The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1930 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 25, 1930
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HilnililmllilTiiTin The Upper Des Moineg-Republic&n, Juii« 26,1980 •Htt Fenton News Items SSSS? wednesd( * at the Henry Kern of Tlpton arrived Batur- CarJ. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Gootredson atld I *?* at Woman's family were Sunday guests at the O H vlUe ' Minnesota. Graham home. ' ' and Mrs. -J. A. Schwartz and . nd Miss Edith Laage left on Fj-iday^mornhjg for a week's vacation Lake, near Long- i «,!£ fi .,*"& Mrs - John Cole and son. Mrs Alfred Blackwenn was a patient Clur °™ attended a picnic at High Lake at the Dr. McCreery hospital In Whit-1 Suneja y« which was held by the congre- temore last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Newel and Mrs. TV. E. Stoeber were business visitors In fort Dodge Friday. Ration of the St. church of Ringsted. Paul's Lutheran Mrs. J. Belken arid son, Maurice, returned to their home in Iowa Falls on Friday after several weeks' visit at the Made Trip Through Northern Minnesota. J, C. Smith and family and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Raney spent the past week in northern Minnesota. They drove to Duluth, Two Harbors, took the Superior Forest drive and crossed from Ely to Virginia. They then drove to Hlbbing, where they Visited the iron mines and on to Of-and Rapids. They found some excellent fishing and Mr. Smith, who carries a flne line of sportsman's goods, says he is offering prizes, a list of Which was published in the Upper Des Moines-Republican of last week for the largest fish brought in for display In his window. On their way home they visited at St. Cloud, and Alexandria and report a very in- trip. ton, ho™ to Burl -« F. W. Wolfe and son. R. D., were dinner guests at the Calvin Householder home in Lone Rock Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Dehnert and I **' H °ldorf and J. A. Fourntey homes s * e< * Friday Mr and «$ia£?: Ruh afternoon. Mrs nnhtrt family were entertained Sunday at the m Ceylon Saturday. Mrs. Holdorf Is a home of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bonn. daughter of the Kyhls. The Dave L. Curtis vaudeville show I The American Legion Auxiliary held Will be in Fenton all week. Everyone " lelr regularly monthly meeting in the was admitted free Monday night I Legion hall Monday evening, June 16 '"— "• were " ~ W. R. Mrs. Ida Elsenschmidt and daughter, Louise, of Dubuque, arrived Teusday Hadley spent Friday at the home of Mr. Bailey's daughter, Mrs. A. T. Whitlow in Swea and Mrs Wm. Bailey and homes. The Ed. Weisbrod, Ed. Slel and H. P. Weisbrod familes picnicked at the Ambrose Can State Park near Algona Sunday. Mrs. Robert Woefler of Watertown, Wisconsin, left last week Wednesday after a short visit with relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson and Rev. and Mrs. E. T. Gerkin attended the Methodist Brotherhood meeting in Algeria last week. Marjorle Wilberg of Ringsted came Saturday for a few days' visit at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Wilberg. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber were Sun- and H. C. Llndsey and Mrs. C. M. Umsted drove to Carroll Saturday evening to bring bnck Mrs. Lindsay and Edward. Kathleen, who was also visiting there will remain for a moi-e extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber entertained the following dinner guests on Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Stoeber, Silas Henke, and J. Meyer of Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber, Rev. and Mrs. E. T. Gerkin and Rev. J. Cassell drove to Okobojl on Monday, to register and attend to details regarding th« local Epworth League W. C. Nelsons Visit in St. Joseph, Mo, Good Hope, June 24. Special: Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelson returned on last Thursday from St. Joseph, Missouri, where they had been for a week with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Cash. Their visit was prompted by the birth to their daughter, Vernice (Mrs. Cash) June 2 of a fine seven pound girl, Mary Caroyl. W. C. expresses it as his unbiased judgment that this Is the finest baby he ever saw. The Nelson's drove overland and were accompanied by Mrs. Ardath Hicks and her son Bobble, who met them at Sioux City. ren and Lola remained for a more extended visit, the others returning home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ridder of Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lohse and two sons. Miss Arma Light and Mrs. Mary Harsch were entertained at the John Meyers home Sunday in honor Miss Bertha Daniels was lit with ton- silitis several days last week. Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter to Des Molnes Tuesday. Mrs. E. p. Ellsworth of Humboldt called at the B. V. Daniels home Monday afternoon. Mrs. George White and two sons of Sioux City are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Ringsdorf this week. Mrs. Al. Stehle of Mitchell, South Dakota, is visiting her mother. Mrs. Anna Kriethe and at the Paul Kriethe home. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Trainer and a number of friends of Truman, Minnesota, had a picnic at the State Park at Algona Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten drove to Storm Lake Monday morning to get Prof. McDonald, who gave a fine piano recital here that evening. Word was received here Saturday by Fred Ringsdorf stating that the house on his farm at Mapleton, Minnesota, was burned Saturday night. Lester Stow did not come after graduating as was reported, but he is now employed in a butcher shop and has a Job playing in an orchestra. Miss Opal Schrader left last week I for Delavan, Wisconsin, where she will work at a summer resort. Miss Schrad- [ er wfll teach In Mexico next .year. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel and I daughter and Mr. and Mrs. G. L Carroll will leave this week for Kansas, where they wfll visit Mrs.. Carron's old home. Mrs. Melissa- Trunkhfll entertained I a number of neighbors ta honor of her Birthday on Tuesday of last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs Fred Lavrenz; ' WESTMINSTER ABBEY-LONDON Nearly all the rulert of Great Britain tince the Conque»t are burled here betide the bodies of Kng1ftnrl'ggreatitat<t»ffl«i,porti( artists, etc. The building fi 500 feet long, over 800 year* old, .arid has the highest Gothic vault in all England, members who will go to the Institute July 10. of Verle Lohse, who celebrated his eleventh birthday. He was also confirmed that day. Friends of Miss Pearl Haase, received I, ^e Epworth League will put on a word here that she was operated on for K ecture at th e Methodist church Thursi appendicitis In the hospital at Man- < a £* fJS" 1 - A sma11 admission win be kato, Minnesota, last week Wednesday. ; Sparged. The lecture wOI be given by . Miss Haase Is a daughter of August Haase and a former resident here. «Joy visitors at the home of Mrs. Stoeb- ' " — - er's parents, Mr. and TBassett, at Fairmont. Mrs. Ed. Weisbrod and daughters, Xucille and Ethel, and Mrs. E, R. Slei spent Monday at the home of Mrs. Edwin Josten In Klemme. , Miss Frances Bailey and Miss E. L. Erwin of Britt left Sunday for Okoboji •where they will chaperone a group of camp fire girls from Britt. Eugene McConnel, an instructor hi Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gramenz motored to LuVerne Thursday where they «. , vlsited relatives. From there they went Mrs. cnarles to Fort Dodge to take care of some graves and also visit. They returned 1 home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wlddel She Is employed as stenographer to a bank in Mankato. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jbhrr Cole were vfr- itors at the Anthony Domek home at Cylinder Wednesday. Mrs Domek who has been very fll for sonie time, was suddenly taken worse and was taken I to the hospital at Mason City for ob- the'school for deaf and dumb of Council .Bluffs'spent the week end with his Mend, Miss Iva Weisbrod. ' Mr.' and.,Mrs. Wm. Huskamp and Wr. and Mrs. Harye Higley left for a .fishing trip, at the lakes in northern Minnesota last week Tuesday. •' sons, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe and daughter, Edith, were entertained Sunday at the Forest Whistler home at Woolstock. Mrs. Dean Nellis and daughter. Rose Mary of Renwick spent from Tuesday until Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kern. Dean drove over after them and they returned home Sunday. and servatlon to ascertain; If possible; the jRev. Howe of Buffalo Center. Mrs. Wilfred Chaffee returned home i from Rochester, Minnesota, Thursday She reports her sister, Mrs. William Larsen as getting along nicely following an operation at the Mayo hospital. There Was considerable excitement :prevailing In Burt Monday for- the youngsters and" some-older ones- too ow- Voice Your Respect in the Silent Language of Everlasting Qranite O NLY the hallowed great sleep the final sleep amid Westminster Abbey's dusky silence. But no less worthy of worthy shrines are your own departed loved ones'. Why not commission us with the task of appro* priately voicing yow respect—in the silent language of everlasting Granite? We are specialists in Memorial Art and ar.e fully/ qualified to assume this sacred responsibility. Let us consult with you. To those uiho-seak true permanence in a memorial of infinite beauty we recommend Wisconsin Ruby Red granite ~* distinguished in color and unconditionally, guaranteed forever and for all time Godden Monument Co. ALGONA, IOWA cause of her trouble. E, L. Kunkle was an overnight visitor at the home of F. P. Newel Thursday. He has been superintendent of the schools In Bradgate for 1 the past two years and was rehired for two years more. Mr. Kunkle and Fred were I college mates while attending Coe col- I lege at Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wldde!, Mr. and aad they all spent the day together and Mrs. Chris Nielson and Bernice Jensen went to Britt Sunday to I Mrs. L. J. WeisBrod, Mr and Mrs. homeiTheo Weisbrod, Kirs. Viola Mitchell" several J and children, Mr. and'Mrs. Harry Wid- tome of her/.del, and family and Mr. and'Mrs. A Theodore Bleckween. tt Meyers and family enjoyed a fam- Miss Viola/Williams .returned to her *"-ti-,,', (i, 1 . , Charles Lauritzen drove first of Jthe : weeluafier. . VerdeU, J >who has beea her. vacation there. •„ • 2,- E." H. Dehnert and several other members of the LuVerne Rifle dub came over Tuesday evening for a little competition in target shooting. ' . The-Methodist Brotherhood ,sub-dis- ' ; trict will hold a .meeting at Interlaken .jJuly40, As many delegates as possible -~<rpm here should plan to attend. v O, F, O.,Laage and daughter, Edith. • -returned home Monday evening from a -week's visit at various point in Minnesota with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith spent •Sunday at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Rockwpod at Worthington, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod visited with F. E. Weisbrod In Emmetsburg Sunday. Mrs. Weisbrod is expected to return from Oklahoma the first of the week. John Gramena, Elner Fauerby, A. H. Krause and Wm. Brass went to Duck Lake and other lakes In northern Minnesota for a week's fishing trip recently. Postmaster and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod left Sunday for Des Molnas where they will attend a postmasters' convention. They expect to return home Tuesday. f 01 ? Dip !S£ went to Saturday to visit rela- M ° nda y- Chris Godfredson looked after the terests of the cafe during their absence. Mrs. Walter Wlddel entertained the following guests Wednesday afternoon: Mrs. o. F. C. Laage and daughter, Edith, Mrs. tdebe and daughter, Ellen, Mrs 1 . Henry Warner and children and A. Schwartz and daughter, Betty Jean. Alfred Stoeber left for Minneapolis the first part of the week where he will get a car and complete arrangements for his first trip out this year as a salesman for the Northrup King Company. TbJs Is the same firm he traveled for last year. The American Legion Auxiliary held a county meeting at Burt Tuesday, June 17. The following Auxiliary members from Fenton attended: Mesdames E. C. Fauerby, August Nelson, Karl Nelson, Loren Larsen, A. H. Krause, and R. G. Hengel. Mrs. O. H. Graham was a guest of the Woman's club at Burt Wednesday. The ladles dressed as gypsies and went on a cleverly planned "Treasure Hunt" during the afternoon, when the journey was ended they enjoyed a marsh'(mallow and weiner roast. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod and Mrs. Chas. Schemmel drove to Mason City Thursday, where they met Mrs. Schemmel's hus- call State Parfc Sunday. at tfie Ambrora Rev. Joe Cassel from Sioux City arrived at the Rev. E. T. Gevkln home ; Saturday. He will assist Rev. Gerkin with his pastorate during the summer vacation. Mrs. John Gerhardt and daughter. 'Georgia of Burt and Mrs. Raymond Relmers and daughter, Mary Rae, of . League- members held' a special meeting at the ; Methodist church Sunday evening for the purpose of ^reorganizing. .They; voted' to have- a bake sale Iruthe near future to raise money to send members to tile Ep- worffi League institute which will be held at Lake OkoBoji'Jmy W. Mr, and Mrs. G. R. Krause and' sons; August and Edmund, went to VaT- paraiso, Indiana, Sunday, after their daughter, Alvira, who has- been a nur- sic Instructor in the school' there for the pest year. On then- return they stopped in Chicago for a little sightseeing. Alvira will teach' music at Garner next year.. Miss Viola Light drove toExira, Towa Monday where she met four of her college mates. From there they left by car for Denver, Colorado, where they will attend a national home economics convention which Is being held there. They expect to- be gone about three weeks and will spend part of the time sight-seeing. The Standard Bearers held their regular monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod with Marjorie Bailey as hostess, Tuesday evening. Arrangements were made to take charge of the musical program Sunday evening. Delegates were chosen and plans were made to attend the district meeting at Dolllvei- next we.ek Tuesday evening, June 24. Refreshments were served. Miss Vera Larson daughter of Mr. Sunday where they visited at the home of Mr. Godden's sister, Mrs. Gottlieb^ GutknecHt. They reported Mr Gutknecht as getting along nicely at this time: A family reunion- orthe-Putrich family was- Held In 1 Lotts- Creek Saturday. Flfty-ramr relatives- were- present and' a good tltae-was-enjoyed'by ait. A 1 Che 1 picnic dinner was enjoyed. The relatives get together once- a* year sndi Have a picnic:On Sunday afternoon- Miss Helen Oodaerr and -Rlcnaiidson, were- married at the home'Of the bride's parents, Mr.- and Mrs. Tom Godcfenv They will live in Algona where the groom is employed" as a painter. The bride has .been- teaching for several years and has many friends who* wish' them-happiness; and success; Wm. Elvidge, accompanied by his Brother Joe and Mr. and Mrs Roy .Jensen- went to Ferry where they visited at the home of'Mr. and Mrs: Geo: Elvidge. Dr. Elvidge took his father,. JO? Elvidge and Wm.' Elvidge on to Des Mbines to visit their cousin, James- Heatfiershaw before they returned' to- their homes; • The Marvin hotel has been greatly •improved this spring and last Friday O. At number of the young people of this community plan to attend the Luther- .an, young people's convention at Clear Lake this week end, MJ^. and Mrs, J. M. Cox and Mr. Bad Mrs. Earl Milter, and family of Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the Ben Patter tywnA Mr. and Mas, L. F. mngnqgor were HnnanifaJffj, Minnesota, visitors last Sunday. They said everything Is looking good on. the truck forma giving all appearances of .producing a good crop. Mr,, and: Mrs.. George Patterson and family of Waterlop visted at the O. R. and Dan. Patterson home over the week end. Winifred and Alden stayed to visit their cousins, here and at Armstrong. A- J., Blerstedt and sons shipped a car load of hogs ta the Chicago market Saturday. Wm. Elmers also shipped two, car loads, of cattle Saturday to Chicago; from Fenton. Mr. Elmers accompanied his stock. Chas. J. Caspar! is spending this Week at Ackley at the home of his cousin, Mrs. Joseph Hanig and family. Mr, and Mrs. John Arndorfer and family spent Sunday afternoorr at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John' Goetr at Wesley. Mr. and ; Mrs;.Emil Arndorter and Mr. and Mrsr Jule Arndorfer and daughter spent 1 Sunday afternoon at the, state parfcSat' Algona; Mr. and Mrs: Joseph Rahm, Sr., left Sunday for Owntonna,. Minnesota; for a few daysVviaF with- ttieir dtaignter, Mrs. Fred Mtiftrt' and' familyi Mr. and MflcE. F. Rahm and finfly eft last Frldaartor Omaha ttr visit ' Mrs. Rahm's'i Brother, Robert? Shemel and family. ITiey returned' Borne orr Monday. „ • MtQti RBsee Arndorfer, sonc Herbert and daughterrOenevieve and Jake iud 1 wig drove toaMaaon- City Sfcftmfey on business and also witnessed the air tour at that place. Fred Huschka and daughter, Mrs. iLois Glenn and her daughter, Gerald- hie-of Aurora, South Dakota, and Mr. and Btrs. Frank Huschka of Bradford spent Friday and Saturday at the home of Mis. John Huschka. EXPERT BLIND PIANO TUNER AD. work guaranteed. Spent the past year tuning pianos for the State University of Iowa: W, C. HAHLE Mrs. Schemmel returned to their home in Calmar and Stanley to his home here. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner and daughter, Lola, and Mr. and Mrs. Wll- bert- Holdorf and family visited Sunday at the Wm. Campbell home at Pickerel Lake. Mrs. Holdorf and child- THE SHOE MAN band and Stanley Munch Mr. and I and Mrs - Hans Larson and Nels F. Nel---• • • son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nelson were married Wednesday, June 18, at the Little Brown Church near Nashua. They left immediately after the ceremony for a honeymoon trip touring the Black Hills and Yellowstone Park, They will be at home to their many friends July 1, on the Dr. J. T. Waite farm near Ringsted. Miss Luclnda Hantleman was the guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower given at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Ed. Kressln In Lotts Creek on Sunday. Miss Hantleman is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs, D. F. Hantleman of this place and will be married this week Tuesday at the German Lutheran church. There were about forty guests present. The bride-to-be received many beautiful gifts. A delicious two course luncheon was served by the hostesses, The Four-H club held their regular meeting at the home of Virginia Frank Tuesday, June 17. Roll was answered with Different Kinds of Fastenings, A demonstration on buttonholes was given by Marlys Jensen. A report on the trip to Ames was given by Maxine Weisbrod and Marjorle Bailey. It was decided that the Four-H club members should give a banquet In honor of their mothers in the -M. E. church parlor on Wednesday evening, June 25. The lead er, fourteen members and four visitors were present. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The M. E. Aid society held their regular meeting in the church parlors on Thursday afternoon, June 20. The meeting was opened with a scripture reading by the president, Mrs, G. W. Newel, who also led In prayer. This was followed by group singing. A discussion was held whether or not to run a stand at the Field Day which will be put on by the Legion Auxiliary some time after harvest. Due to the scarcity of members being present' It was held over till next meeting. There being no other business on hand thy meeting was adjourned. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Mesdames H. P. Weisbrod, WWWWVVW^JW^ A Big Fuss Why all this fuss about Byrd getting back from the South Pole? I cannot see what we want of it. There is no place down there whore a fellow could start a filling station and make some money. And why all this fuss about young Lindbergh, I reckon he is just the samu as any other kid. Hi; may grow up to be a smart man, u politician or secretary of some big syndicate or the high toned president of some whiskey ring. We have too many of that kind now. They labor not, neither do they spin; yet Soloman in his palmiest days did not throw the parties and live like those birds down east. To a man they are for farm relief, that is, they relieve us of all we produce at manipulated prices. For years I have worked night and day trying to keep the price of shoes down where it should be and now they pass a tariff bill which will give the factories a chance to raise their prices. Thank goodness I have orders placed for all staple shoes and slippers 'enough to last up to Christinas. The novelties we have to buy from hand to mouth. So tarlif or no tariff you can buy shoes at Neville's at the same old prices. Jimmie Neville Algona, Iowa. G. W. Newell/, Wm. Osborn. George Goetsch and •. and' Mrs; Vihaas- gave a Ban-- quet as- a formal opening. The building has been repainted inside and outside, a new front ^nd rear porch has been- added antf a new hot water system has been installed with hot and cold water in each room. New parlor furniture has also been added. A four course dinner was served. Music- was furnished by the high school orchestra. . A large crowd of Methodist folks from here attended the district pic- ntc at Algona on Tuesday of last week. Each Sunday School was to have a float representing a port of the church work.' The high school orchestra air were In a hay rack which was nicely decorated and were invited by Dr.. Lease to lead the parade. They were followed by the men's Sunday School class in a car with a banner, "Get Dad and the Kids win Trail Along." This was followed by a trailer ful of children from the,primary classes to the young people's class. All feel proud of our Sunday School. After the parade a picnic dinner was enjoyed by all and talks were given by several and a good time was had by all. awx&&8fyx^^ Mrs. Kueck and children were Fairmont callers Saturday. Mrs. Jennie Jensen spent Tuesday with Mrs. Wm. Osborn. , Alfred Peterson is suffering from a bad case of quinsy this week. The Four-H club will meet next Thursday at the Seneca school. Mr. Sterling of Buffalo Center visited the O. R, Patterson home Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Richmond spent Monday evening at the Wm. Osborn home. Melvin Brown is spending this week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn. Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Bolllg are spending a week visiting relatives at Comfrey, Minnesota, Mlnda Wilberg spent last week at the O. M. Thompson home helping prepare for the wedding. Representative and Mrs. J. H. Jen<- sen attended a farm bureau meeting' at Burt Wednesday night. Mr, and Mrs, Joseph Anderson spent Friday evening at the Raymond Anderson home near Swea City, The Bea Potter, family attended the Potter family rejuriort hrfd at the Call State Park Saturday. A basket dinner was served under the trees at noon and most at the day remaining W as spent visiting and enjoying the program. F.. M* Holgy and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Wright of Fort Dodge and Marion. Wright, Mr. and Mrs Robert Carney and family of Ringsted and Mr and Mrs. Hoy Osborn and sons spent Sunday at the C. C. Cooper home. The annual Jensen family reunion is to be held in the Martin Wilberg grove, if the weather permits, June 29, However, if it is rainy, the reunion will be held over the J. M. Jensen store in Ringsted. The regular set time is the last Sunday In June. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn and daughter, Pauline, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brown and sons, Melvin and Wilfred of Armstrong, Mr, and Mrs. Earl Osborn and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goetsch and son, Dale, were Sunday dinner guests at the George Goetsch home. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Anderson, who have been visiting with relatives here, Miss Madella Anderson and Arnold Anderson went to Des Molnes Friday The Leland Andersons are returning to. then: home, but Arnold and Madella' only .accompanied them for a short visit. They are expected to return home; Tuesday. A new bunagalow has just been completed on the Otto R. Jensen farm. TJi house is all modernly equipped, exuep for electricity. Jt Is wired however, ant electricity Is to be installed as soon a possible. The house is very neat aru cozy appearing and certainly maJtes an attractive addition to the farm home Fred E. Jensen has been helping to /vwwwwwwwwwwwvwvvv You Will Want to Look Your Best July 4 ELK Clianifi If Tailor* STeiul your garments tp,us early and avoid the rush, We call for and deliver, Phone 330. Elk Cleaners ^orthwest Iowa's Largest and Finest Cleaners. build it. He Otto Jensen. is a brother-to-iaw o Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weiner were shoppers at Algona Saturday. Mrs. John Grangenett and daughter Marie, were shoppers at Algona Monday, Martin Rahm and Mrs, J. L Rnskopf were at Algona Friday afternoon on business. Rev. T. J. Davern of Algona was a caller Monday at the home of Rev. B H. Loeffelholtz, ' Frank Grangenett, T. F. Howard and !,. J, Fehr attended the ball game at Sunday. Mrs, Wm. Weiner and Mrs. Jack Ludwig returned home Sunday from the Kossuth, hospital at, Algona. Mr. and Mrs, A- J. Qrangenett and son, Lawrence Anthony, were shoppers at Algona Saturday afternoon. ^ White's Grocery Friday and Saturday Specials Flour - Flour We want more people to #et acquainted with our brands of Flour, p , 49 lb* Blue Ribbon, 49 b, sack A, B, c., 49 ib. $1,83 Special prfa* on Salmon for the ne*t ten

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