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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, September 10, 1930 Local Mrs. Ann Feehner spent Sunday In Mason City with friends. Mr, and Mrs. James Pentecost are the patents of a baby boy bom on .August 31. Hugh Post drove to Sibley Wednesday oh business and went on from there to Minneapolis. A. M. Jasperson arrived from California last week for a visit with relatives and old friends. Mr, and Mrs. "Harry Bixby of Fort Dodge were guests of Mr. and Mrs. .J. W, Little Sunday. E. W. Lusby is expected home today or Thursday from Des Moines where he has been Visiting his daughter, Mrs. H. Pierce Witmer, for a few days. Lon Whitehlll was down from Burt yesterday calling on friends. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Baylor drove to Hardy Sunday and visited friends, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Landwehr. Qaralt Johnson, a youth of Burt, lost the tip of one of his little fingers last week when he accidently smashed it.. Mrs. Burl of Armstrong, formerly Miss Gladys Kennedy, popular Kossuth county school teacher, was a visitor hi Algona Monday. Agnes Nordstrom, nurse at the Nevada sanitarium, came Friday and visited until Sunday wth home folks. She returned with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson who went to visit Miss Mayme Betts, Who is recuperating at the sanitarium. . , : Call jphefetre * Algona^ THURS. & FBI., SEPT. 11-12. I dashing Northwest Mountie and She dances her way from the low CJtnart Tfrwrin dives of Africa to the highest of' .. oiuait trwin New York's social set. tne dumb adorer of "Sweetie." Also Talking Comedy. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Strandberg and nieces, Alberta and Eleanor Snell, visited jjfth Algona relatives yesterday. The six year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pompe of Lone Rock had her appendix removed at the Algona hospital Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Davenport were guests of friends and relatives in Humboldt Sunday. Mr. Davenport's parents live near Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murtha and family of Ventura were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. Murtha's mother, Mrs. Mary Murtha. Mrs. L. D. Dickinson who spent several weeks here left last week for Mason City, where she will spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Van Ness. Mrs. Jane Clark left a week ago Sunday to attend the King-Loomls reunion at Janesvllle, Wisconsin, she expects to be home Friday of this week. •Mrs. O. A. Brunson, who spent the summer at Clear Lake with her son, Allen, Who is practicing law in Mason City, visited over Sunday with Algona friends. Mrs. Tom Bennett of- Fairmont visited at the Anton and Oscar Anderson homes the first of the week. Mrs. Bennett Is a Sister of the Anderson brothers. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hunter left Wednesday for Washington, D. C., after , several weeks at the home of Mrs. i I Hunter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. SUNDAY, SEPT. H. Ramon Navarre does his finest singing and acting In a passionate romance 'CALL OP THE FLESH' with Dorothy Jordan ftenee Adoree Nance O'Neill Ernest Torrence Come arid hear Ramon Navarro sing "Bidi Pagliacci". and "Questo o Quella" from "Riglettb." Also Paramount News and Vltaphone Varieties. Matinee starts at one p. m. and runs continuous. MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15-16-17. Matinee, Tuesday at 2:30. Just a great big man with a great big mouth. You'll roar every time he opens it in with Dorothy Mackaill Frank Foy Noah Beery An all technicolor Vltaphone production. Also Talking News and Vitaphone Varieties. Matinee on Thursday at 2:30. SATURDAY, SEPT. 13. Matinee at 1:30. Night show starts at 7: IB. A mirthful, melodious, rough house revel. "DANGEROUS NAN Mc&REW" with Helen Kane hear her croon "I'm Dangerous Nan" to Victor Moore the famous stage comic land James Hall He's just as funny as he was in "Hold; Everything." with Joe E. Brown '. Bernice Claire Jack Whiting Also Vitapbone Acts. Better ~ Brighter-Whiter LIGHT A* Lets Expense from Kerosene This wonderful new instant4ight Aladdin gives more than ten times- the light of the common kerosene 1 lamp. Burns one-half as mud* fuel. Even better iaquafity than any other artificial light—in fact it is next to sunlight. The New Modernize* Aladdin Mantle Lamp LIGHTS INSTANTLY And is the most reliable incandescent jnantte lamp ever made. For reading;, sewing or writing there is no light that can compare with, U. Sate, durable, economical. Womeaand children operateit with ease. You cannot begin to appro* date the difference between the Aladdto' and th?old style temp unta you see it. For Sole bv Kohlhaas Hardware Dickinson. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. O'Brien arrived iome Monday night from a few days' rip to Minneapolis. They attended he wedding of Mrs. O'Brien's sister while there. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven of Burt are the parents of a fine pair of twins, a boy and girl, who arrived August 1. The twins give them a family >f four chuldren. Hugh Post drove to Mason City on Wednesday with the G. A. Brunson lousehold goods. Mrs. Brunson plans .0 live there where Allen Is practic- ng .as an attorney. W. V. Pool has been 111 since Sunday, afternoon with what is believed to >e gall stone attacks and suffers great- y. At this writing Tuesday, noon he has obtained very little rest or relief. Banker Robert Hagiunrl of Swea City was ^n Algona visitor Monday. He was walking with the uid of' a cane and stated that while out on the farm IB had stepped into a hole and Injured his leg. Mrs. Walter Schoby and two daughters were over from Mason City the irst of the week and visited at the iome of the former's mother, Mrs. Hose Brown and her sister, Mrs. Clifford Clark. John R. Lee, who has been jeweler In the Borchardt drug store for the past two years or more, has resigned and will leave for Chicago today to take a two year course at the Chicago School of Optometry. His wife will accompany him. Alice Behlmer left Monday for Baltimore, Maryland, where she will teach physical training. ,%. Chicago she was met by a school frlehij who will also teach at Baltimore. The; girls are both graduates of the Chicago Normal School of Physical Training. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson and Miss Grace Turner drove to Nevada Sunday to visit Miss Mayme Betts who is taking treatments at the sanitarium thore.viSIie-liBB.been at Nevada-about four weeks and Is showing some tot provement. Miss Betts Is chief operator of the telephone exchange here Superintendent J. F. Overmyer o: the Algona schools and Archie Michel of the school board attended the dedication ceremonies Monday of the fine new school building at Estherville. The building which has just been finished cost in the neighborhood of $170,000 and Is one of the finest In northern Iowa. Marriage licenses for the past weel were issued to: Robert Emmet Rellly OL Algona and Bessie Ruth Pasley of Sexton; Fred Erickson of Bancroft and Goldie Senefelder of Swea City; Leonard Arndorfer of St. Benedict and Mildred Loeblg of Wesley; Joseph Anderson of Fenton and Delia Anderson o' Swea City. Miss Shirley Hill of Fort Dodge lef Thursday for Chicago, where she was to enter St. Luke's hospital for i nurses' training course. Mrs. Johv Moore gave a farewell chicken dinnci last Sunday for her. Shirley's parents Mr. and Mrs. Myron Hill of Fort Dodge and her grandmother, Mrs. O. Lorenz 'of Algona were present. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Murtagh an: the children spent the week end at Spirit Lake and Charley and his son James, fished for a few hours in north Spirit Lake, where Charley has fished for the past twenty-five years. They made a fine' catch of thirty-nine pike 'and perch and this editor has been feasting on fish lately owing to their generosity. James Murtagh came last week fo a two weeks' visit with his parents, Mr and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, before go ing back to finish his college course at' the University of Iowa. James ha been connected with the state highwaj department for nearly a year and a half. He has been stationed, at Mus catlne for the most of the time. The 'Martin county fair, rated ttv best county fair In southern Minne sota, will be held this year at Fair mont, on September 16 and 17. Man Kossuth county people attend this fal and this year the entertainment prom Ises to be better than ever. We not that one of the novel entertalnmen features this year Is a, girls' boxln match. Mr. and Mrs. Karel Horan arrive In Algona last week for a visit wit his parents. Karel was to attend training school of the General Elec trie Company starting August 16, bu when he arrived In Chicago he foun out that it had been put off until th first of the year. Karel has been lo cated in California for the' past few years with a bond company. He wi assist his father in the electrical buei ness while here, John Frankl has made a bid on. the A. J. Keen farm a mile and a half east of Algona on the paving which Is" being sold by the receiver of the old First National Bank. The sale is to take place at the court house in Algona at two p. m. on September 12. The place wW go to the highest bidder, in'ft news item last week thjs paper gave the date of the sale wrong, The date is September 12- This is a splendid farm and some one is going Wm. Larimer of LuVerne transacted business in Algona Monday. Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews left last week for a ten day trip in northern Minnesota. Deputy Game Warden Moses of Emmetsburg was in Algona on official business Monday. Jake Keller, one of Bancroft's leading citizens, was a business visitor in Algona Saturday. Harold Clayton spent the week end in Mason City visiting his sister, Mrs. Ward McWhorter. James Uhney salesman for the Cudahy Packing Company, spent the week end visiting his parents at Hawarden. C.- Scharlach spent the past week visiting with relatives in Illinois. He says the best corn he saw anywhere was in Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Chrlstensen spent Sunday at Ames with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Galloway. Mr. Galloway and Mrs. Christensen are brother and sister. Phillip Mussman, son of George Mussman of Lakota, was operated on September 3, at the Algona hospital for appendicitis and Is recovering nicely. The Foster Furnture store has been redecorated and painted during the past week. The soft tan colored walls give the store a very attractive appearance. John Blinkman has accepted a position with the Bulck Automobile Company and will go to Lincoln, Nebraska, where he will be employed as a mechanic. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Jenklnson and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crulkshank spent several days at the Minnesota State fair last week, driving up In the Crulk- shank car. Mr. and Mrs. Call Dickinson are expected next week from Washington, D. O., for a visit at the home of Call's parents, Senator-elect and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson. L. M. Osterbauer left Monday for his home in Ottawa, Illinois, after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Osterbauer and other relatives durin? the past week. Miss Cecelia Kelly of 3T.mmetsburg spent Thursday and Friday visiting at the J. W. Sullivan home. Miss Kelly is supervisor of music in the Emmetsburg public schools. Mark Stanton leaves Saturday for Dmaha where he will attend Creighon- University. Mark has been em- loyed in the Borchardt drug store ince his graduation from high school. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Skinner and fam- ly left Sunday for their home in Elm- lurst, Illinois, after visiting about a week with Fred's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Skinner and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Lawrence came Sunday for a few days' visit in Algona and Clear Lake. They have moved from Iowa City to Cedar Rapids which will be their home in the fu- ure. Miss Mildred Capesius left Sunday to atend junior college at Cherokee. She was accompanied there by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius. She si a> graduate of Mount St. Marys academy. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson of Mason City were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Lee. Mr. ani Mrs. W. C. Johnson are Mrs. Lee's parents, and Harold Johnson is her brother. •"TStrraffa-'MrBr'o:**:' 1 -wastfy' r8turne<r to their home in Ottumwa Sunday. af T ;er visiting with Mrs. Nasby's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. James. Mrs. Nas- bv spent about a month here and •' ' _*_ _ « a _t T3A«4n fr\t* Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker spent Sunday at Amber Lake. A. L. Bohe was over from Cherokee on business one day last week. Mrs. S. B. French and daughter, Mrs. Kay Setchell, spent Wednesday in Fort Dodge. J. W. Sullivan was a business visitor in Forest City on Tuesday of this week. Miss Veronica Prlester of West Bend is the new clerk at the Neville shoe store. Julius Kunz was over from Wesley Tuesday assisting in checking up on the fair. Carlyle Becker, Emery Beaman and John Shirley went fishing up at Spirit Lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Orames of Bancroft were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson. Bob Parrlsh, attorney from Des Molnes, was in Algona Monday on business matters, and called on friends. C. W. Nlcoulin and C. B. LaBarre left Sunday tor points in Missouri. They are expected home the last of the week. Mrs. Robert Bailey of Philadelphia arrived in Algona yesterday for a visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Keith. Owen Chrlstensen returned to Algona about two weeks ago and is now employed at the Northwestern Bell Telephone office. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Auner and Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles spent the week end at Lake Okobojl at the cottage of Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Auner of Des Molnes. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nugent are spending a part of their two weeks' vaction at Manchester visting witn Mrs. Nugent's parents. Don is assistant county engineer. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Long and the latter's mother, Mrs. Jackman, of New Hampton, left Tuesday for Chicago where they will spend a few days with relatives in Oak Park. The W. O. T. XJ. convention is being held today at Fenton. Among those who attended from Algona were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gelgel, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McWhorter and Mrs. B. F. Reed. Mrs. L. R. Carsten of Hawarden is visiting this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Dau. Mr. Carsten is a salesman for the Armour Company, and made his headquarters in Algona about two years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huebsch are expected in Algona today for a visit with the former's sister, Mrs. F. W. Wehler. They are on their way home to McGregor from Minneapolis where they have been visiting. B S. Blossom drove his daughter, Margaret to Cedar Falls last Sunday and visited with his sisters-in-law, the Misses Grace and Margaret Rait. Margaret Blossom began her second year in the Iowa State Teachers' College. A group of friends gathered at the Emil Stoeffel home Monday evening for — __j Mrs. their THE LITTLE WORD "NO" On the little word "No" you can depend, So many times it is your friend. When n smooth slick agent comes along, This little word "No" will end his song. And pny time when you want to buy, You tan always say "No" if the price is too nigs. All through life there is much to show Your success may depend on this little word The Jr.wa State Bank would have much less In a very short time if it always said "Yes." No . Iowa State Bank Algona, Iowa Attorney Seneff of Mason City was in Algona on business today. Ben Sorensen and Dr. A. D. Adams uttended the American Legion convention at Sioux City Tuesday*. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Blackman and a nephew, A. J. Ellis of Auroa, Illinois,- are guests at the E. C. Clayton home this week. Abner Long and family accompanied by Mrs. Long's mother, Mrs. Jackman, of New Hampton are visiting relatives at Elgin and Chicago this week. Bernard Green is home from Golden, Colorado, for a visit with his mother, Mrs. George Wilson. He has -been working with some bridge contractors during the past year or so. Jeann'ette Goer'ers and June Corey returned Friday of last week from GW- cago, where they had spent a few days while Miss Goeders bought SOTC fall merchandise for the Goedem Company. Herman Nelson and son of Glendale, California, visited in Algona this morn- Ing. Herman was cashier of a Tlton- ka bank twenty years ago when he sold out and went to California, where he Is reputed to have made a fortune In the banking business. His parents still live at Brltt, and h e and his son, Herman, Jr., came back for a vacation visit with-them. Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Tribon were recently made happy over the arrival of another grandchild. The baby Is a little girl who has been named Ruth Ann, She is the first child for Mr. and Mrs, Herman Leoftlnk of Mountain, Wisconsin, and she was born at Wllbino, Wisconsin, August 31. Mrs. Leeftlnk was before her marriage Miss Dorothy Tribon. Mrs. K. C. Wight and two children, Dicky and Bobby, came last week on Tuesday from their home In Clayton, New Mexico, for a month's visit (tt the home of Mrs. Wight's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bailey. Mrs.. Stanley Hansn of Minneapolis, who was befote her marriage, Miss Merle Bailey, was a guest at the home of her parents,from Friday until Sunday of last week. Escaped Prisoner Was Found after Two Years. Leo Barley Was picked tip by locnl officers last week and Is'now. serving out the remaihdei? of his" jail term. Two years ago he wag sentenced to 90 days in Jail 'for"' 'bootloggitlg. 'After serving half of Mrwr$u1ftd"tiiifc while working outside ttiejalf'andno ttace of him was found ufitll he'6ame'through Algona ' recently 1 a'rid w'ai ; rfeeo'gniited. He had beett'm ttto 1 v&st yoi:$iig1or the past two years'.. ! ' ,'' '-.';. ;^, , Sheriff L. H.-ttovey ioW htti a j record which otherM* 11 shoot ; at M; that ho has never lost 'a prf*bhetv''Every one who has skipped has been' picked up again. This is : a record of-^Hlch'Hovev may well be proud.-';''!.;,:'' ',,!,.., Weather Report for ' V the Past Week. Wednesday ....... ..... ,'. . .18 Thursday, -rain 31 v.>...<:88 Friday . . ..... . . ; v . ... ..... .16 Saturday ------- ..,.vj.vi...78 Sunday, rain .05 ...,.;..;'. .'.70 Monday .................... 77 Tuesday ............ . . ;ii; .80 ft2 50 '50 .49 CO; 3B 68 Women help wanted to dress chickens. Apply at Swift & Co., Algona, Iowa. 13-1* to get a bargain. Mr. Nasby was here and at Bode for bwo weeks. Arthur Neitzel, who for a number of years, has conducted a barber shop under Bloom's store, has given this up and started to work for Clement As Brlggs in the Hotel Barber Shop. Art has many friends who will follow him to his new location. Joe White came up from Manilla last week and returned with Mrs. A. Norman and his two children, who had been visiting their grandparents here for a few weeks. Mrs. Norman will remain in Manilla for a months visit. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. H. Jackman of Seattle, Washington, visited at the Ataner Long home several days of last week. Mr. Jackman is Mrs. Longs brother and has been employed by the government in the immigration bureau for thirty-four years. Mr. an Mrs. N. C. Rice and daughter Mary, and Miss Madonna Quinn left Thursday In the Bice Fierce-Arrow for Brookline, Massachusetts, near Boston, where Mary will enter the Choate College for Girls. She was graduated in June from the Algona high school. Miss Amanda Johnson will return to her home in Bode the last of the week after visiting with Algona friends for a few days. Miss Johnson was the housekeeper at the P. P. Zerfass home for several years until Janet Zerfass went to Madison, Wisconsin, a short time ago to attend a preparatory school. Dr R. M. Wallace left Tuesday for Texas on a business trip. He owns some land In Texas and has gone down to look after It. He will stop at Amarillo and also at San Antonio where he has two nephews in the aviation service, Bernard Wallace and Luther Falrbank of Burt. Mrs. Wallace will remain In Burt with her father, J. H. Grover, during the time the doctor is away. Miss Margaret Elliott of Sioux City came a week ago Monday from Okobojl in company with George Corcoran and John Stoddard of Des Moines for a visit at the S. E. McMahon home. They had attended a house party at the lakes. The boys went to Des Moines the same day, but Miss Elliott stayed until Monday of this week. She was a classmate of Marion McMahon at Ames last year. Senator-elect and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson and Mr. and Mrs, Rollin A. Hunter will leave Wednesday morning for Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Whitney and their new daughter, Jean Blair. Mrs. Whitney was before her marriage Miss Elizabeth Dickinson. From Fond du Lac the party will go to Chicago to visit Mr. and Mrs. Qulncy Drummond. Mrs. Drummond will be remembered as Miss Isabel Hutchison. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter will return to their home In Washington, D. 0., from Chicago and the Dickinsons will come back to Algona. MGr, Hunter will begin his last year of law at George Washington University, a surprise party on Mr. and Stoeffel who were celebrating wedding anniversary. The Stoeffels live on the Harry Keith farm north of Algona. Mrs. Cldney Laird and daughter, Jane left Sunday for Hollywood after spending the summer months at the home of Mrs. Laird's mother Mrs. S, B. French. Mr, and Mrs. Kay Setch- 4 aut0pJe^fcam^t£UMa^ they caught the train. Mr. and "Mrs. H. J; Lacy arrived home from their wedding trip in northern Minnesota, the latter part of last week They will occupy the Schaben house in the southeast part of Algona. Mrs Lacy will be remembered as Ruth Reed, a former Algona school teacher. Andrew Jasperson came from Glendale, California, via Chicago last week for a visit with his children here and to look after business interests. He looks fine and reports that his family In California are doing well. He plans on going back the latter part of the week. Mr and Mrs. Paul Wille entertained at a picnic Tuesday at the Call State Park for a number of relatives who are visiting here from Colorado. The group included Mrs. Donald Wille, Mrs. Harold Wille, Mrs. Herbert Glint- se, Mrs. Alfred'Jentz and little daughter and Mi-, and Mrs. George Wille of Algona. The John Wolfe farm of sixty-one acres, a mile east of Algona is being advertised for sale in our -want column this week by our former citizen, Chas. Lampright of Mankato, Minnesota. This Is a good farm and is priced, right, it is understood. Mr. Lamprlght also advertises some bargains In North Dakota farms. Ignatius Wernert came Tuesday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Wernert. He has been in Rochester, New York, this summer in the employ of the Eastman Kodak Company. In close harmon^ -H.J 'M ,-M " '' ' .L -* by ffie new fall costumes and Gordon ,'-, '-V *. | \ l «ucUvidually*-ProporHohed Stockings ' " " '" about two weeks he will return Columbus, where he is teaching part time and working on his doctor of philosophy degree. LOW RATE EXCURSIONS Sept. 12-13-14 $8.00 Round Trip to Chicago Tickets sold for all trains September 12 and 13, and for trains of September 14, leaving selling station not later than 7:18 a. m. Limited for return to September 15. For further particulars ask Local Agent. L. THE MILWAUKEE ROAD "Now," said the Paris designers, "let us all put our heads together and get some perfect harmony —throughout the entire costume—from head to foot as 'twere I" And so the note was sounded. Gordon was quick to catch the key. And here you have the perfect new fall colors In stockings to blend with fall costume colors. ; > X Key of B (Beige range for tporti) Ugh tan • Dlanno Hazeltono Key of D (Dark brown tones) Macron • Fall* tone Thorn • Brown Key of G (Groy-be/ge tonet) Caress • Mystery Tokay Key of i (Evening tones) Lotus • Circe Cymbeline These lovely color; come in Gordon Individually-* Proportioned Stockings and if the sales girl says "Petite,**" (that means you're *mall)... "Princess,**" (that means you're average)... "Regal,**" (that means you're tall) or "Splendide,"" (that means you're generous In proportion). Then, having found your type she will help you decide on the stocking colors to blend with your frock*

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