fhe tippet ffes Moines-ftepublican, July 23,1930 News Visits fit Mrs. Axel Johnson returned home Wedttefeday from a visit with friends at Kenyon, Minnesota. She spent several weeks at the homes of ArvM Halt* gretl and foth Slalne, who at one tlriift Were near neighbors of the Johnsons When they lived on their farm three tulles -east of Wesley. Mrs. Johnson brings'back the report that afl crops looked like they would have a wonderful stand and although the com needed rain, It Was nearly as far advanced us Iowa Corn. Mrs. Johnsbh Bays if One wants to be royally entertained, the Hultjgens and Elaine families SUrely caff fulfill one's wishes., Her daughter,' Edna, wh6 clerks at the A. L. Klelnpeter store, spent her va* cation taking some two weeks at Ceder Falls and Waterloo, She spent some time with an 1. B. T. C. chum, Mrs. Harvey Glbbs, at Cedar Falls and the remainder of her tune with Miss Maybelle Stlfer at Waterloo, who holds an office position nt an electric shop. Miss Stlfer was formerly bookkeeper and stenographer at the First National Bank here. Celebrates Birthday— , Mrs. Swan Nelson celebrated her eightieth birthday Saturday and shortly after noon, was greatly surprised when the members of the Swedish Ladles' Aid walked. In to spend the afternoon with her. There Were about forty present and after a Jolly visit, lunch was served. Mrs. Nelson is en Joying reasonably good health and beside attending church regularly is able to go to visit her many friends. There are three daughters living, Mrs. Johanna Hanson, Mrs. Fred Seefeld and Hannah Nelson. Mrs. Roy Spitler of Goodell died a few years ago. From Mason City- Mrs. J.. F. OHern of Mason City spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. John Ormsby and family. She brought two of the Ormsby children, Joseph and Mary, who have been'there.,the past five weeks, home with her. Joseph will stay here but Mary returned for a few.weeks' longer visit. Another daughter, Eileen Ormsby, has been at the home of her aunt, Mrs. John Barrett, at Crystal Lake, since school was put, and will help her aunt on the farm until school opens in the fall. '.'•'•/ Evangelist Leaves— Rev. Julius Lee, who has been conducting evangelistic meetings at Britt for the past four weeks, closed his meetings Sunday night and left Monday for Madison to Join his family, who lives there. He expects to take a trip to Norway September I, to visit the home of his parents. The tent used for the services at Britt will be left up for a time and will be used by the congregations of Wesley, Hutchins the upper flat and Britt for joint Sunday evening services. Pree Church .Meeting- Mrs. Marlon Paulson will conduct a Free church meeting Wednesday afternoon at the Upper Flat church. Her husband* left Thursday for Minneapolis on business In connection with the Bible institute of which he Is the .treasurer as well as one of the instructors. He expects to solicit for funds .*ln x Minnesota and Wisconsin during the month of August. Swan Monson and eon, Edward, spent Sunday with the Oscaf MOnson " lly at Gamer. MM. Hattie Price and son, tfarold, ahd Wife were guests at the Robert Ward home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Way of fces Mblnes were entertained at the Julius Ktinz home Sunday, Clarence Ward'left the fore part of the Week for Rochester, where he expected to go through the clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Seller of near St. Benedict spent Sunday with-her parents, Mr. ahd MrS. Charles Downs. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Johnson of West Bend were Sunday guests at the home of his sister, Mrs. Ernest Hutchison, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grant and Mite Edna Loebig were entertained at the home of Mr, and Mrs, Roy Sherman Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hopkins the Wesley and Hutchins station agents, enjoyed a day-off outing at Mason City Sunday. V Mr. and Mrs. Homer Anderson and daughter, Mary and Mrs. Mary Harris of Algona were guests at the Gor- dOn O. Giddlngs home Sunday. Delbert Benton was laid up for several days last week when he cut his hand on a windshield at the Haupt- ttian garage where he Is _employed. Mlsc Lillian Studer of Mason City spent Sunday at the home of her un- , ' children and three or four other passengers flew in on Wesley Saturday coming from Mason City in eighteen /falnutes. Mr. Lowers was employed here as a mechanic at the L. W. Haupt- inan garage and as co-pilot of the John A. Hauptman plane. Since then he has been Instructor at an airport at Grand Forks, North Dakota. Corwlth Visitors— The Misses Eleanor and Lillian Johnson, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. David Johnson of Corwlth have been here the past ten days visiting at the Emil Wester home. "They will return home •Wednesday when another daughter Vivian, will come for a week's visit The Wester family and the Johnson girls spent Sunday at the Emil Sorenson home near Corwlth. Visits In Breda- Miss J. Schoelenmoller, registered nurse of the Kossuth hospital, spent from Friday until Sunday with her uncle, Rev. George F. Wessllng. On Sunday, Rev. Wessllng took his sister, Mrs. Anna Schmltz and daughter Agnes to Breda, where they were to visit the fore-part of the week. Miss Emma Hoddap also accompanied them to Breda. 'Picnic at Forest City— Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley and Ethe; packed a picnic dinner on Sunday and enjoyed an outing at the Country Club ,'a't Forest City with her sister, Mrs. -A. E. Robinson and family and their son, Alson. who is working as Junior 'interne at the Irish hospital at Forest City. In the afternoon the grown-ups played golf for pastime. Visit In Wesley- Mr, and Mrs. Henry Miller, son Donald Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pierce, Miss Katie Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson, all of Mason City, visited here and at LuVerae Sunday. Mesdames Miller and Price are sisters and Mr. Johnson is a brother of Mrs. Srn- est Hutchison. le, „„, Nathan Studer. Lillian Is the cashier at the Hanford Hotel in Maon City. Ted Pfeffer of, Freeport, Illinois, came Saturday for his -wife and two children, who .had visited here two, weeks with her grandmother, Mrs. C. E. Roblson. Mr. and Mrs. Enunett Campbell and daughter, Margaret Ann; of .Rockwell, visited at the L. H. Kleinpeter home Friday. They had been to Lake Mllle ic on their vacation. Guy. Butts spent several days last week on a trip to southwestern Iowa and reports the crops In excellent condition, but none better than right here In our own northern Iowa. Nick Miller returned-last week from Mankato where, he, had visited ten days with his daughter, Mrs. Glenn Wilson and family. He also visited 'two sons, Prank ai^d John, at Janesville. Mrs. Albert C. Johnson of Grantsburg, Wisconsin, visited from Monday until Saturday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Engstrom and with other relatives. Friends of Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe of Tltonka have received word that she underwent a major operation at Rochester, July 12, and that she expects to return home in about two weeks. Mrs. Axel Johnson and daughter, Edna, were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Donovan.- In .'the evening >jthey .drove^to 1 Algona' to visit-the-'Donovan family there. " Mr. and Mrs, Guy M. Butts attended the encampment of the Patriarchs Militant, a branch of the Odd Fellow lodge, at Clear Lake last week and report <a series,of successful meetings. son Worn Friday at "their'home three miles west of town. Mrs. Thompson was formerly a Francis girl of Cor- wlth, Miss Edith Spitler of Goodell, who has been visiting her grandmother and grandfather, Mr. and Mrs. Bwan Nelson, for the past two weeks, Is, put with her aunt, Mrs. Fred Beef eld;-'this week. Mrs. Wm. Lloyd cut her hand on a sherbert glass one day last week at the C S Guy cafe". The wound required three stitches for its closing. She was drying the glass when It broke in her hand. Miss Florence Yegge underwent an operation for the removal of her appendix at the Kossuth hospital Monday, July 14. She is getting along nicely and will soon be able to return home. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cooney and son, James, were guests Sunday at the Anthony Hildman home at Whittemore. Their Infant daughter, Joyce Ann, received holy baptism and Mr. and Mrs, Cooney were her sponsors, Supervisor .and Mrs. Olaf Furine- mark and Editor and Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe of Tltonka enjoyed a flsh dinner at the W. J. Weisbrod Home at Fenton a week ago, The flsh had been caught in northern Minnesota. Miss Mary Dornbier left Monday of last week with Mr, and Mrs. Gordon French for Philadelphia where she will be employed at the French home. They had been here visiting with relatives and friends at Algona and Burt, Mrs G. A. Wenk and children left Saturday for their home in Madison, South Dakota, after a two weeks visit at the home of her parents, Rev. and Mrs O. H. Moore. Miss Lulu B, Moore accompanied them home for a visit.. Mr. and Mrs, Charles ?ayik who weri here recently visiting at the Wm. Henderson home, have gpne to Hum- Cal lat White's Grocery, buy one pound of om A-BC vacuum pack Coffee at the regular price of 48c and receive a ticket good for a beautiful portraitof your favorite screen star by presenting the ticket at the Call Theatre. SPECIAL NOTICE W, arfconttatog our sale of No. 10 Fruits (or the JjUJjW" of the wef *' •i ^ . __ ^Bb ^*. . BLOOM'S THREE-DAY SALE Such Prices Only Good tor Three Da THREE DAY Prices only Gooa 101 VOLUME Nearly every day yon read of some store staging a one, two, of three rday volflhie sale Irt an effort to do the greatest day's business In the history of the store. Mirny records have been broken. We have challenged all records. Bloom's store of Al* •fttiut Is statins a three day sale with one thought In mind, to break all records of sales or crowds. Ten days? business to be done In Three Days. Follow the crowds to Bloom's Store. Thurs., Friday, Saturday July, 24, 25, 26 THREE DAYS ONLY! Such prices yon will wonder. We have made some wonderful buys, all summer goods al final redactions. Everything reduced. Stores everywhere have broken many sales records. This is a contest to show them what Alfrona can do. Yes, It Is a matter of pride, that Is the reason for such prices. Read them ail, analyze them nil. Be fair to yourself and come to this sale. Three Days Ontyl WORK SHIRTS f! 69c Blue chambray, sizes 15^to 17,. well made, while they last 59c. Silk Dresses Final Clearance and Reduction on Silk Dresses, Dress Must Be Sold, Boys' UNION SUITS athletic styles. 43c Every Values to $7.95 summer styles. Choose several from this group. These will go quickly so be here when the doors open. Now to go at Lucky indeed will be the women who share in this great sale for beyond doubt these are the greatest values ever offered, Dresses that sold up ' to $15.00, now to go at "Boulevard" P. & G. SOAP 10 bars 29c limit 10 bars to customer) . $000 Dresses 1.77 Women's PAJAMAS ,;•:. Vagabond and tuck- in styles, $2.00 values now $1,77 $.1.95 and $2.50 values. All new right now styles. Sizes 14 to 42 on sale. 3 for $5.00. Shantung ensemble dresses, all silk pique. Dark crepes. A wonderful . assortment.. Values up to $19.85, now to go at , LADIES' SLIPPERS |QC Patent or kid leather slippers, Cuban or I*'" spike heels, new lasts. Value up to $5.00 £ now to go at All Linen TOWELING extra special, per yd. 15c ,• - Listerine . l *.& TOOTHPASTE 25c size, 3 pkgs. for' liCf-o'-'^i Men's > . OXFORDS $5 and $5.25 values. | Black and tan calfskin in good styles, on sale 1.95 Men's and Young Men's SUITS Wen! These suits are truly remarkable valuep in every sense of the word and the 5 price Is so low it is almost 7 unbelievable. Your choice of 1 the lot $6.95 Dark, medium, patterns for men and young men! See this lot an opportunity of a e«time, 't >. v ' '• .Men's Work Pants $1.67 Charming new Ladies' Summer 1 AA Hats 1 ' uu At a new low price. Embroidery stitched and crepes, pastel, floppy felts, straws cleverly trimmed In bows and tucks, all $5 values now at a final clean-up sale at $1.00. Men's Dress PANTS Both light and dark patterns. Actual $5.95 grade, on sale $2.68 Ladies' House DRESSES A regular 98c dress, fast colors, to sell 2 for $1.00 See What $1 WiU Buy 18c Hope muslin, 7 yards for A 79c Silk knitted-Tarns, 2 if or V J ;Boys' ( Long Pants for ..%,.. v89c Rag Bugs.-2. 'for >^__C^-—-- 7; J'' .Men's Dress Straw Hats .go'at „_ 25e fancy'clress prints, 5 yds. for_ $1.00 Silk Hose, 2 pairs^for $1,48 Pajamas, tuck-in style, now- 45c yd. PeppereL sheeting 2% yd. - Men's DRESS SHIRTS Fancy bi'oadcloths, good make, $1.50 shirt now to go at 88c -.- sttKjs^*'- Solid r ;ieath,er «-r v counters and ini $3.8p .values, lU^ "r *',..,< 12! MW Men's Overall PANTS 220 weight denim, riveted. $1.75 grade on sale at . , Ladies Wash DRESSES Actual $1.25, 1.39 and $1.98 grades. Every dress fast color. "Another" If it fades. Beautiful .newt prints and dimities, broadcloth and charmeuse. Worth up to $1.95. Sizes 19 to 52, your choice 88C LADIES RAYON UNDIES 55o Choose from bloomers, shorties, and panties. Buy several of these garments. Good values at 89c. Now at this low price 55c. Two for $1.00 HOSIERY SALE Pure Silk 77c Pointed or French heels. All new, very fine textured, summer all silk hose, full shades, fashioned $1.50 grades. Sizes 8V4 to 10. Lot of Womeb's SILK HOSIERY While they lastl. In light and dark shades. Sizes up to 10 now on sale at 43c Men's Work SHIRTS Blue or gray chambray or fancy plaids, regular $1.00 shirts. Sizes to 20 77c MEN'S UNION SUITS Well made athletic style union suits, a regular $1)00 value to sell 78c 89c 1.19 BLOOM'S STORE Boys' UNION ALLS Express stripe. Plain blue, size 2 to 8. $1.25 values at 79c boldt where Mr. Pavik is operating a pool hall. He was formerly the manager of the farmers' elevator here. Mr, and Mrs. Chester Smith announce the birth of a baby girl on Monday morning. She is the daughter of Charles Roblson and they are at present making their home with his mother, Mrs. Amy Smith, near Sexton. Roy Wingert, 25 year old son of Michael Wingert, who suffered a stroke three weeks ago, is able to be up and dressed part of the time. His left side Is found to be weak in strength and he has been unable to walk very much. Miss Cecelia Eisenbacher who is attending twelve weeks' summer school at Cedar Falls visited -over the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ignatz A. Eisenbacher. she will teach in the J. N, Studer rural school the coming year, Mr. and Mrs. James Furnam of Williamsburg spent Saturday and part of Sunday with her great aunt, Mrs, Tom Turgeson. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Furnam drove to Portland (to visit with their daughter and sister, Mrs. O. M. Sage, and family. Geprge Hajrrte, who has been one of the oil truckmen for Tom Nelson In the Standard Oil business here, has been transferred to Forest City as the manager of an oil station. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harris, are now located in Algona. The Methodist Woman's Foreign Missionary society will meet Friday afternoon at the Raymond Hanson home. The lesson, "Unfinished Path," will be under the leadership of Mrs. Theron Hanson. After a study period the usual refreshments will be served. Maurine Hanson, Opal Sturdlvant, Ida Young, porothy Krans, and Beuna Niewaid came home Sunday from .a week ^ Spirit &ajte< Where $hey attended Epworth League institute. The ''IS, report ft moss enjoyable u - Mr. and Mrs. 1 E, R. Swanson are out at the Carl T. Franzen farm helping them during the harvest rush. Superintendent Swanson is helping do the field work and Mrs. Swanson is asslst- Mrs. Franzen with the house work. Mrs. Charles Krans, who has been at the home of her mother, Mrs. Geo. Huhn at Manly since late spring, arrived home Thursday night. Mrs. Krans suffered a nervous breakdown last whiter and has been under a doctor's care at Manly part of the time, Mr. and Mrs .Ihno A. Gerdes and two daughters, Lavon, and Sylvia arrived home Saturday night from a three weeks' visit with his brother, John, and family at Cory don. Granpa Gerdes came- home with them to spend the summer with his two sons, Ihno and Henry. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchison have completed putting in a new foundation under their house purchased recently from James Hill. The foundation was made of hollow cement tile and numerous windows were put in, so at some future time a full basement can be made. Mrs. George Fox submitted to a mar Jor operation at one of the Mason City hospital Monday, July 14. Her husband and the William Eden family visited her Sunday and reports are brought back that she is getting along nicely. She was formerly a gchutjer girl of Titonka. Miss Edith Carlson has returned home from Fayette to spend the rest of the summer with, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Carlson. She will again teach the,sixth grade at Fayette this fall and has spent part of the summer tutoring pupils who had failed in their last year's work. Miss Mary Faber, southwest ol town, is reported to be'very ill and little hope Is held for her recovery. A stepr, Mrs. George SJhafer of Brook- iags, South Dakota, came Monday to be with her. Mary Faber has been making her home with a brother, Jacob, near St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. John Amesbury, her niece, Mrs. Krogh and two daughters, drove to Mason City Sunday to meet a friend from Minneapolis, who accompanied Mrs. Krogh and the children to their home in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. They had been here visiting the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John Schore and Mrs. Heiser and daughter of Dwight, Illinois, visited from Thursday until Saturday with Mr. Schore's sister, Mrs. Clarence Ward and family. Mrs. Heiser will be remembered by many of the older people as she lived on the Ward farm some thirty years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murphy have rented the rooms on the first floor of the Mrs. Ed. Kunz residence and expect to move from their present location August 1, Mrs. Kunz, her children Ruth Mary, John.F. and Joseph will continue living at the house and will occupy the upstairs rooms. Miss Delia Kleinpeter, who came home Wednesday from Milwaukee, left again Sunday for Fort Dodge where she has accepted a position as dental hyglenist in the offices of Drs. G. Clark and Leon F. Smith. She was similarly employed in Milwaukee in one of the large dental parlors there. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Whittlker of Clarion visited Thursday at the Arlo Dawson home. Mr. Whittiker and Mr. Dawson attended Union College at Lincoln, Nebraska, and their acquaintanceship since then has been renewed from time to time. Mr. Whittiker operates a silver fox farm near Clarion. Miss Margaret Looft attended the wedding of a college chum, Miss Ordale Olson of Sioux City to Jack Leermakers of Omaha. The wedding took nlace Tuesday night, July 15, at eight o'clock at the home of the bride. The couple will live in southern Califor- nia, where the groom is attending college. The bank at Stratford, Wisconsin, of which Joe Schreitfer, brother-in-law of Ruth Kunz, is a director, was held up by two bandits last week and they escaped with $11,000. The bandits locked the cashier, two employes and two customers in the vault, deliberately scooped up the money and left without being caught. Mrs. Frank Kouba returned home from Cottonwood, Minnesota, Friday night and brought with her, her sister, Lillian, who will visit here for several weeks. Lillian has been here on numerous visits and her many friends here are glad to know'she has been re-elected as a teacher ^at Everett, Washington, for the next year. She recently returned home from a trip to Alaska. rgams USED CARS '29 Chevrolet 6 sedan 1926 Star tudor 1926 Master Buick coach 1929 Ford tudor. 1928 Chev. 4 truck. Standard Buick coach. 1929 Chev, 6 truck 24925 Ford tudors /2 1930 Model A Two- doors. 1926 Chevrolet coach OIL AND GREASE Kohlhaas Bros. Phone 200 Algoim, Town -•;....-.. .
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