The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 23, 1930 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 23, 1930
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tfflfte? Bea Moine^-Seimbltcan, July 28,19|Q . til6 Sftftbroft teal estate ntan» ? %is fh Algona oh buslfless " John Kohlhaas was lit Fort Dodge 'last Thursday" attending a meeting of •General Electric dealers. W. -"B. Quarton "spent Saturday in •Minnesota looking after business mat- teft ab Sherbtirn and Fairmont. • N, V, towe and Glen McMurray of •the Tire service Station spent Mon• day In' Mason city on business, ft. 8, Blossom "was called to W&verly 'last Thursday by the death of aa tatint.;*He returtled home on Friday, Hariey Bartlett, who-is employed In . ^ *.i.i...«*» * i&.»;&i4A«.*ci HriTtAA'ifi taking By IS IBIUIIH <his'diitles. 'the countyMr 'a two-weeks' Vacation Dorothy Taylor, daughter of Mta. 'Ernest Tayl6r, Is-how efflpldyed aff the Elbert Garage where she will be book' -keeper.' •><• Mr. attd Mrs;-Al Bloom and family -spent Sunday In Mason City visiting Mr. Bloom's- parents, Wtt. and Mrs. •Sam Bloom. Mr.'and-Mrs. Arthur-HelJjerg and children and. Mr. and .Mrs. Henry Johannsen spent--Sunday, at Interlakeri and Fatrin&ttt. ', " Raymond Kresensky returned last week A-om Davenport where he had spent-some time,,.visiting his sister, "Mrs. John Allen.* Mrs. Margaret "Bushnell Hofmaster -left this Week for Denver/ Colorado, for aft extended visit .with h« sister, 7Mrs', Jtean WadsWorth. ' '•' Mr/and and Mrs/Tom Maxwell and daughters, Mabel of Dubuque'and Mrs. •Paul-Fox, of Sac City spent the week - end at the Backus Home. Dr.vand Mrs. P. E. Walley spent a week's vacation" last week touring in " Missouri and the northern part of Ar- "kansas. " They returned home on Friday. .' , ' • ' Editor Bert Harw'ood of the Clarion "Monitor spent several davs this week visiting at the home of his son, Bert, who Is reported much improved in health. ,' Mr.''and Mrs. Ralph Donovan enjoy•ed a'few days' vacation last week at "Lake Okobojl. Mr. Donovan manages the Super- Service filling station on "East State'street. , Mr. and Mrs. John Conway of Osgood were Algona visitors Friday. Mr. Conway Is the cousin of E. J. McEvoy 'and Mrs. Conway is a niece-of Mrs. ' Peter ;Murtha, Sr. Elsie Specht returned Monday from an automobile trip which she took With some- friends through Detroit, . points* In" ^ Canada.,Washington,'^.*O.; •' Mt. Vernon,' and Niagara. • ;_',.*• % Gus Perslg.'Elmore's stock man and •a former Hebron township farmer,' ac- •companled by I. L. Wilmert, •gona vlsltors..Thursday;.'iW» ,- -'nice visit .with,;Mr,MBerslg, Sarhey Muehe of Wesley wau a busi- ftesf visitor in Algona ott Tuesday. Mr*. Hageh of Tltonka visited her daughter, Mrs. Frank Vera, and family the first of the week. E. W. Larsott oi Minneapolis started wotk Monday for the Win. Bell Groin company to the office of A. E. Anderson. Mrs. John Wolfe s came down froni Mahkato, Minnesota, for *» few days' visit with friends and relatives last week. Evelyn Bode left today to Join a house party of school chums at Lake Okobojl, She expects to be gone a week. Perry McDonald and H. 3. McChesney drove down from Burt yesterday and spent the day With old friends In Algoha. Paul Kentsfick left 6ne day last week for, Iowa City, where he Is to attend the last session of summer school at the university. Mrs. Grant easier and daughters, Hazel and Esther, returned Saturday from Iowa Palls whefe-they visited a niece of Mrs. Casler, Mrs.'Heriry Griefnow. 1'. ,The Misses Marguerite DaMel, Elaine Isaacson arid Helerl .G0eder$ returned Wednesday from Bobne where they spent nine days at the girls' cfynp there. / .'•'.. ••>[.; ' : - V Only one marriage flense ,was is- U6d by the county clerk fbr thls'-Week. liis was Issued to George sehropfer f, Algona and Agnes Pletsch of •Mil*,. /aukee. /.-,... -^'.. v ' Mr. and Mrs. wm'iam Hawcott .rej urned the middle of the weeK from h'ad !a ^'^lom^ftViowa^ltyjTttOTap^TO^Jl his, tamily 'were- at» Templar/>JPark, SplrtV Lake, and Visited L bis * patents ' "Kr. and Mrs. W. F.,Jenklnson. ' " Mis£ Florence Kresensky of • lows ,. -City visited last week,at .the home,.of her 'grandmother* Mrs, 1 J. O. Kfesen- *-sky,»&nd with othfi?*^gona, ; rejatlves She Is a student at the State IJntver- .-sity.^ ( ' '., •' ' P. •#. Obristensen > came.' home Monday Jrom. Spirit Lake, where, he h-vd . spsnt'the week with his family at their • coitage. Mrs, Chrlstensen and fie •children will remain at the lake for so:ne time. Mrs. C. O. Simpson, Miss Delia Darling and the latter's sisters, Mrs. Mark ' 'Taylor and Mr. Taylor and daughter 'left Saturday,for Lake Battle fn Mtn nesota, where'ttiey will spend a week or ten days. Mrs. Nettie Dorsett, formerly Miss ' Nettle Ditsworth, returned to her horn at Lucedale, Mississippi, after severa weeks' visit with relatives and friends •in this vicinity. Mrs. Dorsett Is post mistress at Lucedale. Mr^ and $trs, D. L. Klopton of Wat • erloo are here; for, a r vislt, of a weeX o ten days at.'frhfi Jpme of Mrs, Klopton' parents, Mr.. %nd~, Mrs, K, Dreesman THrs.*Klopton was'before'her marriag Miss.Anna Dreesman. orthern Minnesota where they een on a Vacation and also fishing trip. ' , ; *•• ' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sullivan drove to lochester,' Mtanesota, Tuesday. Mr. tullivan was to 'attend to some legal iusiness;and they were to return some Ime Thursday., Miss Mabel Thelln spent. Saturday nd Sunday at' Rockwell, a guest of illss Bridget Gaffney ( ,who is with her amlly a few weeks while recovering rom a recent operation. Mr. and Mrs. "A. H. Stock went to LaCrosse, Wisconsin, Saturday to visit heir daughter, Bernice, who is attend- ng summer : school there. They re- uriied home the fore part of the week. Miss O. Gene Ostwinkle of Buffalo, New York, a registered nurse!, and Miss Helen Ostwinkle of Algona, are pending part of their vacation at the :ome of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ostwinklu at: Des Moines. • . W. B. Nugent and Ed. Cashren. drove out from Chicago and spent the week end with .the former's wife and fam- ]y who are spending 1 the summer with Mrs. Nugent's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Dingley. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan enjoyed a visit, last week .from a r brotj}erfc James^H/MorganVof-'Pasadena^Oftll- tornla;%ho came 'here from^s^les, North Dakota, and" returned'-there^to, J. E. Findell at fVftt Dodge spent Sunday with Miss Vet* Harter. Miss vera Harter and Miss. Mabel Thelln spttft Friday hi Fort Dodge. Miss tJhfts"'vYernert is havhig her vacation frtmi the GoederS store this week. Mrs. 1. G. Dewel Is reported quite ill and is being attended by Miss Doran, the nurse. Clifford Aalfs and James tfhney spent the Week end in Sioux City visiting their parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Lawrence eame from Clear Lake Monday and stayed until Tuesday. Mr. Lawrence was here on business., Mrs. Maggie McMahon and daughter, Kathleen, of Emmetsbtirg, are spending a few days In Algoha with Mrs. Nellie, McMahon. Mrs/Harold Patterson ieft Saturday for a visit With friends In Mankato, and Minneapolis. She expected to re turn the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. {Sender took a trip through Wisconsin last week visiting Port Washington and Milwaukee, where, they had relatives. They ie- turned last Friday. E. T. Stevenson was in Algona visiting Tuesday. Mr. Stevenson is well known in Algona having bartered here for yeairs. He Is now opeartlng a hotel In Greene, Iowa. Mrs. B. E. McMahon and daughter RUth, Mrs. O. B. MUrtagn and Mrs ft. W, Horlgan came home Saturday from- Minneapolis where they had Spent a few days visiting. Marshall F. A. Newvllle went to Storm Lake the first of the Week ant arrested a man named Clark charged with reckless/driving and for which he'paid k.flne of $60.00 and costs. Last week's-issue contained the. an nouncemettt of the birth of a daugh ter to Mr. and Mrs. William Selpman This was an error. The child Is boy, the second son for the family. Betty Kellenberg Of Davenport cam Tuesday "from an Alpha Chi Omega house party at Okobojl and will spen a few days visiting at the S. E. Me Mahon home with her sorority sister Ruth McMahon. Mr. and Mrs. M. F.,Baker of De- ,ook after harvesting on his 'MlssHSleanor' Fraser^ daughter' of Dr.?ana, Mrs. Walter 15raser,'ar|lved in Mgbna" last ^£T IXUi t BkUU A»JM»»» *•»• * • 'i™«•-— — —— -- Witt, Iowa, -.were, guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Sorstedt. Mr. Baker was formerly associated -with the bank receiver's office in Algona and also at Swea City. Frances Zender, daughtw of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bender, left Sunday for. a week's visit with a school friend in Wlnnebago, Nebraska. They both attended school at Mount St. Mary's academy In Cherokee. ' " • Anna Buss of the Kossuth bounty State Bank, Elma Schroeder of the Elk Cleaners and Margaret Palmer, accompanied by Anna's mother, Mrs. D. J. Buss, left the first of .the week on a trip to the Dells of Wisconsin, and to other points. Mr. and Mrs. George Elbert and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Walters attended a birthday party at Whittemore Sunday in honor of Peter Elbert, father, of George and' Mrs. Walters, who celebrated his seventy-iujst birthday. There,, were forty who attended^e^annlver- tai^nf;.' 1 . l - - l t-^.T' y 0. H. and 3. R. Blossom of Burt were usiness visitors in Algona yesterday. Mrs. Lars Sortnseh, now of Rlng- sted, was an over Sunday visitor In Algona. A. A. Kading, one of Fentot's pros- erous farmers, was In the city on msiness Tuesday. • A. A. Sterling Is taking his vaca- lon from the Foster furniture store and Is visiting a' sister In Illinois. Mrs. Nita Isaacson has gone to Een- er on a vacation trip. Mrs. F. H. Seller is taking her place at the hospital. Dr. Ball, the Titonka veterinarian, was a professional caller In Algona xiday. He was accompanied by Edward Boyken. Dr. Wm. Flory and Miss Lucille Peterson of Minneapolis visited from Friday until Saturday with Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews. James Johnson of Green Say, Wisconsin, was calling on Algona friends ;oday. Mr. Johnson conducted a barber shop in Bancroft for a number of years. The Royal Neighbors will have an ice cream social on the Oscar Anderson lawn Saturday evening. Ice cream, cake, coffee and hamburgers will be served. Miss Jean Keller of Chicago has been visiting her brother, Jack, here for the past week. She intends to stay a few more days. Her brother Is connected with the • Brill Commission Company. William C. Freeman and family of Gtithrie, Oklahoma, who have been visiting at the home Of his uncle, Wm. H. Freeman, of this city, left Tuesday for Davenport, Rock Island and other" points east. Little Betty Scanlan, oldest daughter of Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Scanlan, fell from a tree Tuesday evening while at play and fractured her arm. A small branch on which she was stand- . Ing broke under her weight. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith of Sexton are the parents of a baby girl born Monday. The baby .has been named Donna Jean. This Is the first child. Mrs. Smith was before her marriage Miss Gladys Robinson. Joseph Courtney and daughter, Lor-. retta, and the latter's friend, Alice ollins, of Thornton were' guests on BROWNELL'S Annual July Clearance SHOE SALE Now in progress, Prices and styles that will make you buy .. September. ;. „..,. . "Grace'"Blanchard' ; came 'home the last of the week froni'a*visit" of ten- days wlths friends, at>Clear Lake, Charles Cfty.'Britt and Humboldt. She left agaln>Tuwday.'for. ,WJnpebago, Minnesota, where she expected to visit a sister for several days. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer drove to Iowa City last Wednesday to bring home their daughter. June Adele, who has been' attending summer school at the University. They caire home by way of Oskaloosa in order to look over that town as June Adele 'is to teach there next fall. 'They arrived home Friday. - ••:.= ••"<••• T. A,JBfown of ;lowa City came on Wednesday of last week to ;the home of his sister, Mrs. W. V. Pool. Both left Thursday morning to visit) their step-father, E. G. Polmateer at Chokio, Minnesota, returning home Saturday evening. Mr. Brown left Monday morning for his home. Miss O. Gene Ostwinkle, surgical supervisor of Mercy hospital at Buffalo. New York, is spending a month's sary Mr,- and "Mrs, .Good,- and . , , daughter. 5 Virginia, spent Saturday and at the home<of her; parents, Mr, »n4 Mrs. O.^.^Ostwjnkl?, She will also ylsit, frieiids;. vat ; .Bancroft, Roch ester, Des Moines and Chicago 1 be* fore returning to New York. NEWFLOOBSIprOLD Save30c , Sunday at the home of Mr. Courtney's wother, W. E. Courtney and at the_ ?red Chrlstensen home. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Borchardt drove to Des Moines Sunday and took Mr. Borchardt's parents there to catch a' train for their home in Herrington, Kansas. The elder Borchardts had been here visiting for about two weeks. W. J. O'Brien left last Saturday for Milwaukee where he was to spend a few days attending a convention of Northwestern Mutual life Insurance agents. While he is away Mrs. O'Brien and the children are visiting her parents in Emmetsburg. • . Mr. arid Mrs. D. D. Monlux drove to Rochester last week where. Mrs, Monlux underwent several operations. Mr.f Monlux returned home and reports that Mrs. Monlux is doing nicely and that she will be able to come home In a 1 f^w days, Dr;i and Mrs. R. H. Crawford- arid little daughter, Ann, came home Sunday from Rochester, where they had been since ; Tuesday. ' The doctor>,vls- Summer Styles Must Go •' Quality Footwear for Men Women and Children Women's Footwear The newest of this season's summer styles are included in this July Clearance Sale. They are here in all the different leathers. White'Kid, Beige Clair Kid Suntan Kid Almora Brown Kid Lido Sand Calf Beige Glair Calf They are all placed in these two groups. Your choice $4.85 $5.85 So far, this has been our Biggest July Clearance sale. We are making .prices-' so low that every pair of summer styles should be sold during the balance ot this month. i BROWNELL SHOE CO Men's Footwear Worthwhile savings are to be had in these summer styles. They can be worn in the fall as well ns now." The very best of maffjrials, workmanship -and flstylc.' Made by Copeland & 'Ryder and J. P. Smith. * Brown Kid Tan Calf Brown Calf Black Kid Black Calf ^ All odd paii*g"j these choice fr. • S'fe V «i t'X'W $4.85 Shoes: and Hosiery Algona Work on Grand Itted'the ' Do your floors need painting! -Wood-floors, leum floors, cement floors-r-we 'have, just the toughest, Jongwear covering you ever saw. It s an lmproved,ltoe of floor covering that -is > ^ _ ly designed for the scuff of many feet. There are many colors plus white and clear to choose from. Bring in thte'coupon, it is worth 30c on any size ..can and color,of Durable Florenamel. COUPON This coupon when properly signed and present- at our store is worth 3Qc on the purchase of w>y * " Sunday; sigrtd strong whp underwent a "minor pperalion jSupday; Hanson' of tern/Smm w .JBIRPW- * Jwn^f Jo hjs, hiSnjfl ArtM -...ra ^£046. ,W&9JffifWJfe tt * Htflaci l tttlsvpAvtrta _____ .^. Mr«: Good was before -her recent i marriage, Miss Phyllis Benson. Mrs. Lura Sanders leftilast week on a vacation'frtm heVd^ttes-'as city librarian,, She- will ^yjsit her daughter, M^s. A. B, Tejjry'at'Lbgan and her son at Osage. 1 She also plans to attend a Sunday School 'meeting at Cedar Falls. During the three weeks that she' is away Ruth Stokes 1 wJll be librarian In carge. G. D. Brundage left Saturday for Goshen, Indiana, where he will Join Mrs. Brundage and daughter, Maxine who have been visiting there for several weeks. He expects to bring them home with .him in about two weeks Mr. Brundage Is In charge of the shoe department, at the Ohristensen Bros, store. The HSV. A. M. Haggard and his wife Visited with p. A. Haggard In Algona last Saturday. Rev. Haggard who is a cousin of D. A. Haggard, was for many years dean of the Bible school' at Drake University at Des Moines. He is now serving as the pastor , of the First Christian church at Mason City. ' , • Mr. and Mrs. Al Falkenhainer and daufilhter, Mrs. qene Murtagh, and little .grandson, Tasker Falkenhainer, spent Saturday and Sunday in Milwaukee attending the golden weddins anniversary -of . , Mr, Falkenhainer's sister, Mrs. J.-F. Kenkel, who with her husband celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of their marriage. Mr. and" Mrs. Cliff Young will., leave Saturday for their home in Chicago af* ter a -visit with Algona relatives and friends,. Mrs. Young; who was before her •marriage, Miss Elglna Kain, has been here visiting her mother, Mrs. John Kain, some time in June. Mr. Young, has been here about a week. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W, Young. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kain came home- Saturday from DeRalb. Illinois, where they had 'gone on Tuesday after their daughter, Alice, who has been attending summer school at DeKalb. Alice attended Rosary College at River Forest, Illinois, the past year, but has been taking summer school work at DeKalb and staying with her aunts, the Misses A«nes and Cecelia Mullen. The Misses Mullen, who are sisters of Mrs. Kain, came home with them for a visit. Patients at the Kossuth hospital this week are Frank Qronbach, of LuVerne, who wns operated on Tuesday for ap- pendictls; Harold Pommer of Wesley, who h>s a broken shoulder; Mrs. Roy Lowman of Algona, who is a medical patient; Mrs. Oscar Monicjc of Ottosen to whom a baby boy w« born on and clinics Stand Started. Covnan*«& Son, JocalTi, have hacl a force of men at $ieJtalr ^ the cityr i ^ ^ ^, Merwitth'Rlcliardson, small 'daugft- »tet of Mr. afaa-MrsAB. PjiRlchardson, left Saturday to spend ten -days with her grandmother, Mrs,- Mary Schicntl and her aunt, Miss Caroline Sehlchtl, at Cedar Rapids. Her parents took hpr as far as Livermore where she .caught the train. . Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McDopald and ison, Stanley, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Mo- Murray, Mr. and Mrs., E. P. Fuller, 'Mrs. Hazel, Dalziel and daughters, Marguerite and Irene, Mrs. Jessie Dalziel and E. W. Lusby enjoyed a picnic Sunday at the Lusby cottage, Rainbow's End at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Haln and granddaughter, Dorothy Hoover, came home Saturday from. DeWitt, Nebraska,'where they had visited since Tuesday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Elbert Dunn, who was before her marriage, Miss Mildred Hain. They also visited at Lincoln and Beatrice, Nebraska. Mrs. Edythe L. Dailey returned on Sunday from Belle Vista, Arkansas, where she had spent a week's vacation. Bella Vista' is a summer resort. One of its attractive features is the "Mammoth Cave of Arkansas," which is commercialized by dining room arid a dance hall. The temperature in the cave is about sixty-two degrees. Announcements have been received here of the birth of a daughter July 15th at Fairmont to Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fancher. Mrs. Fancher -will be remembered as Miss Mildred Taylor, a daughter of the late Charles and Mrs. Maud Taylor. She grew to young womanhood here and will be well remembered. This Is the first child. Judge J. L. Sonar, Charley Murtagh and J. W. Haggard spent Sunday at Lake Okoboji. They had expected to act as judges in the state bathing beauty contest staged at Arnold's Park that day, but were not invited to act in that capacity owing to the fact that it was decided that their eyes were not strong enough to stand the terrible strain. W. O. Freeman, a nephew of W. H. Freeman, the railway mall clerk, with his wife and two children visited in Al- *h>undsjrfor'ov e r new < ere,ct>n8 the ' assocla- tloij Is still selling certifcates for the construction of-the grand stand. • . , £ ; The '"Week's Weather. Vv \ > High Low Range Wednesday ., fl8 , "" Jved Neighbor to , ^ Gus Mohrs at Holstein. Whittemore, July, 22. ^Sjpecial: Mrs. Carl Hanson" hap bien, ',at, Holsteta caring for Mr." Hanson's mother, ,who Is very 111." Mr. Hanson, 'who> to the meat cutter'at the Zumach shop;'llvea ^neighbors many years to Mr. and Mrs? Gus Mohr Is Holstelnrwhose son killed ils mother last Thursday «'MJS Ho.n-»f 'Thursday ............ .101 Friday ................ 90 Saturday '. ............. 92 Sunday ............... 97 :Monday . ............... 88 Tuesday ............... 84 61 71 67 68 70 67 57 '.24 (27^. .21, gona Sunday and Monday with their Algona relatives. The yisltnig Freemans drove up from their home In Guthrie, pklahoma, where Mr. Freeman is In'the postpffice. Mr. Freemar says that Iowa corn looked the best of any seen by him pn, the way up. Mrs. Wm. Backe and daughter, Viola and August Hunt, all of Watertown Wisconsin, last week visited in Algona with Mrs. Zacke'8 .mother, Mrs. Ernestine Bast and her brother, Max Bas and family, tpj stater, Alma, all o Algpfla.' Mrs. Zaofce also visited he: relatives, at Whittemore. They return' ed home, to Watertown Monday and Mies Alma Bast accompanied them. Mr, and Mrs. Stewart H&zeltine »n< niece, Dorothy Lawson and Haze arrived In Algona Saturday af weeks' tri» through Yellow JDr.Jtwpi»'l0q Sun honw to Washington ftSelttnja W stay fo L her parents, Mr, »n ' Mrs. Fred Phillips left recently to spend the summer with a sister at Monango, South Dakota. She will return to Algona in the fall. Attorney H. W. Miller returned on Monday from a vacation trip to Denver. He was gone about a week and took several excursion trips out of Denver visiting Pike's Peak, Colorado Springs and other points of interest. County Recorder Mrs. Laura Paine and daughter, Marie, and Miss Eva Streit came home Tuesday from their acatlon trip. Mrs. Paine and Male had visited Roland Paine at De- roit and Eva had visted her brother Fred at Lapeer, Michigan. They were one about ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reibhoff and aughter, Clarice, and Mrs. B. A. Tayor drove to Des Moines Saturday to ring home their mother, Mrs. Kate Doege, who had spent two weeks vislt- ng at the home of 1 her niece, Mrs. R. , Jones and other friends and during er stay had her tonsils removed by ^ specialist. Her friends hope it will enefit her health greatly. Amle Peugnet came home 'Friday rom San Antonio, where he had spent everal months with George Galbraith. le came as far as Joplln, Missouri, with a man who was driving up from San Antonio. The remainder of the ;rip was made by bus' and train, Mr. Galbraith's health remains about the ame. Mrs. Marie Lichty, daughter of Jlr. Peugnet, remained in San An- ;onio with Mr. Galbraith. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lamuth and .'amily arrived home Saturday from a hree weeks' vacation in northern Minnesota. Matt is manager of the Swift Plant here and his son, Ralph, is manager of a plant in Faribault, Minnesota. Ralph spent the week end in Algona. The Lamuths spent most of the time at Grey Easle Lake but Matt said he was in Canada for a little fishing also. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorenson were with the Lamuths on their trip. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock drove to LaOrosse, Wisconsin, last Saturday Bernice Is taking a summer course in and visited their daughter, Bernice physical training at a college there and has two weeks more of school. On their way home Mr. and Mrs. Stock stoDDed at Wlnona and Rochester, Minnesota. They visited with W P. Hum, who has been confined to a hospital in Rochester for a number of weeks. The Stocks arrived home on Monday. Sunday School vices at son,says it is,almost impossible leve the boy would-commit such a crime, as he was always well behavecj. He was the only child and would fln- sh high school next year. His mother was a very handsome and refined •ady. ... ;, . ; .,-.y-.i i ' Nazarene Church;'' Sunday School at 9:45 a..m. Lesson title, "Deborah, A leader in A National Smergency." Golden text, "Say to ;hem that are of a fearful heart, Be strong, fear not. (Isaiah 35; 4). Morn- ng worship at eleven 'a. m. Sermon by pastor. Text. Ezeklal'.'OT:^ "Again ie said unto me, Prophesjr up these )ones, and say unto them;,' O ye dry >ones, hear the word of the Lord. Third verse, And he said unto me, Son of Man, can these bones live? And answered, O Lord God, thou know- est." Evangelistic service In the even- ng. Wednesday evening prayer and praise service. You are welcome to our services.—I. F. Metcalf, pastor. Algona Markets, torn Oats Barley 40 Hogs 8.25 Eggs H-.19 Hens H-.15 Roosters , 13-.17 the low prices of cold meats, Bacon and Lard chalked on our windows. It will pay you to stop and read. Food Market We appreciate the wonderful response to our Red Tag Sale. We invite you to celebrate the last day with us OHTjuly aetb.—Gamble Stores. 6 Pure Ice Cream The kind that melts quickly is a Wholesome, Energizing Food. The kind we manufacture at the Algonquin Confectionery Where friends meet to enjoy a ,of our delicious Home Made Ice Cream or Dainty launch. The Best of Candies, Cigars, 101 East State Street - - , Algona, Iowa, W3^P»»»»»3S8?W»»»»»^a^

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