The Upper Des Moines-Republican, October 15, 1930 Lon Whitehill was down from Hurt on business Monday. John Wolfe was down from Mankato on business Thursday. Jamos Sheridan was down from Burt on business Saturday. Joe Sherman was down from Bancroft on business yesterday. C. H. Blossom of Burt was calling on Algona friends Saturday. Greg ,Studer from near Corwlth was a business visitor in Algona Monday. Paul Kriethe, the well known Burt fanner was a business visitor in Algona Friday. Beth and Eleanor Backus visited with relatives and friends at Cedar Falls Saturday. A. A. Kading, one of Fenton's leading stock farmers, was in the city on business Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnston spent several days last week visiting with friends in eastern Iowa. Prof. Schmiel of the Lotts Creek Lutheran parochial school, was a vis-- Itor In Algona Saturday. Mrs. W. J. O'Brien and children spent from Friday to Sunday visiting her parents in Emmetsburg. Walter Dalton of Manson was a visitor at the J. W. Sullivan home on Monday and Tuesday of this week. Mrs. Anna Stockwell is visiting with relatives at Cleveland, Ohio, and plans to spend the winter in California. Sam Butts came to Algona from Ok- obojl Monday. He has been employed in an Arnold's Park garage during the summer. Mrs. George Elvldge of Perry spent several days last week in Algona visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Herman. Lloyd Mitchell of Emmetsburg, auditor for the Fullerton Lumber Company in north Iowa, was a visitor in Algona yesterday. Miss Inez Potter, one of the efficient clerks In the K. D. James drug store spent the week end In Mason City visiting Miss Mildred Clayton. Mr. and Mrs. Sid J. Backus were called to Waterloo Sunday by the death of Mrs. Vallie Kuempel of Charles City, wife of the cousin of Mr. Backus. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sullivan and R. S. Blossom spent Sunday in Cedar Falls visiting Margaret Blossom, who is attending Iowa State Teachers College there. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon and son, Maurice, drove to Galva, Iowa, Sunday and visited their daughter, Ruth,' who is teaching in the high school there. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eggert of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rath of Emmetsburg left Monday of last week for Mora, Minnesota, where they will make their home. Agnes Muehe, daughter of Barney Muehe, Wesley farmer, underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Algona hospital last week and is reported as now doing nicely. ; A. L. Cunningham, secretary of the Algona Building & Loan Association, attended the state Building & Loan Aflsociatlon convention at Marshalltown last Thursday and Friday. Paul Keneflck left Sunday for Falr- fleld, to take up a position as booking agent for the Universal Producing Company. This company puts on Legion shows and home talent plays. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Becker arrived In Algona yesterday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nolte. Mr. Becker is a magician and has been traveling through northeastern Iowa. Mesdames S. E. McMahon, A. K. Cliff, T. C. Sherman, Miss Lucia Wallace and Richard Sherman drove to Lake Okobojl Saturday In the McMahon car and enjoyed a campflre dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bockes spent the week end in Des Moines as guests of some friends. Mrs. Edythe L. Dailey drove to Minneapolis Saturday for a week end visit at the home of her mother. Miss Beulah Hartshorn of the Marigold Beauty Shoppe I spent Sunday with her parents at Swea City. The Royal Neighbor lodge will meet Friday evening, October 24th, Instead of the usual Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage and daughter spent Sunday in Masoil City, their former home, visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mayfield spent last week In Des Moines while Mr. Mayfleld was looking after business Interests. Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Ferguson and family of Ames were guests Sunday at •the home of Mrs. Ferguson's sister, Mrs. W. J. Becker. Richard Sherman left Sunday night for New York City after spending a two weeks' vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sherman. Richard is on the editorial staff of the oFrum magazine. Edward Norman came Saturday from Alma, Michigan, to spend two weeks' vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Norman. Edward made the trip by auto. He is employed as chief clerk In the Swift plant in Alma. Mrs. H. L. McCorkle and baby spent last week In Rockwell City visiting her sister, Mrs. V. E. Young. They came to Fort Dodge last Saturday evening where they were met by Dr. McCorkle-who brought them home. Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans left this morning for Des Moines, where '•he doctor will attend a three day meeting of the Missouri Valley Medical society. Representatives from the medical faculties of eleven colleges will be on the program. Ed. Eggert went to Ionia last week Tuesday to be employed by the construction company which repaired the Milwaukee trestle just west of town recently. The company did considerable repair work, putting In over two car loads of new pile. Mrs. Katie Johnson came home on. Saturday from Janesville, Wisconsin, where she had been visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Irvin Tes- sln during the past month. She plans to spend 1 the winter in this community with her children, and will make her headquarters at the home of her son, Harvey Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. William Sorensen of Canby, Minnesota, came down Friday afternoon for a visit with Mr. Sorensen's sisters, Mrs. J. A. Freeh and Mrs. Chas. T. Ellsworth of this place. They left Saturday for Waterloo where they will spend Sunday with another sister of Mr. Sorensen, Mrs. A. G. Schultz. They will return next week for a longer visit here. Messrs. John and Matt Lamuth were called to Monmouth, Iowa, last Friday to attend the funeral of an aunt, Mrs. Anna Agnitsch. Miss Eleanor Lamuth accompanied them. The funeral was held Saturday, morning. After the funeral they left for a short visit at Squaw Creek, Iowa, their boyhood home, returning Sunday. The trip was made In Matt's car. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Ryno and two sons, Dickie and Bob drove to Algon^ last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Ryno and the children remained at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lamuth while Mr. Ryno drove on to Spencer where he was joined by his two brothers, Charles and Jerry and on Salturday left for Colfax, North Dakota, where they attended the funeral of a sister, Mrs. Andrew Griffith, formerly Hattie Ryno. She at one time stayed in Algona and attended the public schools. The services took place Monday morning at the Catholic church at Colfax. She leaves to mourn her loss, besides her family, three sisters and three brothers. WE THANK YOU We have a lot of friends to thank. Who are so loyal to our bank, We want you every one to know That it is you who helps us grow , That makes us always want to try To set and keep our standard high, That makes us always want to be A help to our community. The Iowa State Bank wants you to know That it has faith in you also. Iowa State Bank Algona, Iowa Popular Excursion to CHICAGO OCTOBER 17-18-19 $8 Round Trip Special Attractions Football—Oct. 19.—Bears vs. 'Cardinals See the wonderful Field Museum, the Art Institute and the Lincoln Park Zoo; Admission free. Take a motor bus ride over the greatest Park and Boulevard system In the world. Splendid attractions at the theatres. For going trip, tickets will be honored in coaches on trains (except No. 22) leaving Friday. October 17, Saturday, October 18, and until 7:18 a., m. Sunday, October 19. For return trip, tickets will be honored in coaches on trains (except No. 11) scheduled to reach original starting point not later than midnight of Monday, October 20. No Baggage Checked Children Half Fare For full particulars and tickets apply to Agent Chicago & North Western Ry, 1718 P. H. Hargreaves was quite seriously ill the first of the week with a bad case of the flu. Mr. and Mr*. George Boevers of Mason City were in Algona Saturday calling on old friends. Ncls Jensen, the six year old son of Bernard Jensen of Britt, was operated on for appendicitis at the Algona hospital Monday. Arden, the young son of County Clerk Orton, fractured his arm Monday while playing on one of the slides nt the Bryant school. Mrs. Thos, Akre and son, Donald, and Mrs. Hugh Post and sons, Dick and Bob went to Mason City to attend the night football game. Robert Gabriel and his son arid family of Armstrong visited over Sunday at the home of Mrs. Flora Gabriel and the Crowell Brothers. Dr. H. M. Olson spent last Wednesday at Hampton where he attended a sale which was being held on his moth - er's farm west of the town. A. E. Kresensky returned Monday from Des Moines where he had attended a convention of Carson Pirle Scott merchants, which began Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson drove to Iowa City Friday and brought Mrs. Henry Mason home. Mrs. Mason had been in the hospital for a week or two. Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Doty came last Saturday from Frederlcksburg to Visit the latter's mother, Mrs. Julia F. Brace. They returned fro their home Tuesday. 'Marie Paine was home from Ames Saturday and Sunday to visit her mother, County Recorder Mrs. Laura Paine. Marie Is a sophomore at Iowa State College. Hoyt Raney, who is a freshman student at Iowa State College, spent the week end at home visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Raney. Hoyt was recently pledged to the Sigma Nu fraternity. Miss Mary Blaha Is enjoying a week of vacation from her stenographic duties at the Kent Motor Company. During her absence Leona Llchter Is ac the office hi the afternoon and Alma Grelner In the morning. Darrell Newville spent the week end in Algona visiting his parents, Marshall and Mrs. Floyd Newville. Darrell is a second year forestry student at Ames and has just recovered from a severe attack of appendicitis. George Johnson, *6ne of the members of the Algona high school faculty spent the week end at Cedar Falls attending the homecoming celebration. He was accompanied by Dennis Becker, Harold Martinek and Everyl Adams. Mrs. P. W. Reece and children of Elmore spent Sunday in Algona visiting at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Chas. W. Sarchett. Mrs. Sarchett returned home with them and is spending the week with them on the farm. Miss Kate Skinner, superintendent of the LuVerne schools, and the Mlss- ,es Irene Swanson and Ange Roorda of the LuVerne faculty, spent Sunday in Algona visiting at the home of Kate's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Skinner. Two marriage licenses were-Issued hi the courity clerk's office this week. They were to Fred N. Krough of .Es- thervllle and Marjorie Speicher of Algona and Edward Jacobs of Streator, Illinois and Anna Grahl also of Streator. Mrs. A. B.- Post of Pasadena, Call fornia, visited recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson, Mr. ; and Mrs. M. J. Young and the Crowell Brothers. Mr. Post and the Crowell Brothers and Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. Young were school mates in Wisconsin. Coach and Mrs, Aubrey Bonham returned Sunday from Cedar Falls where they had spent the week end attending the homecoming celebration of the Iowa State Teachers' College. They were accompanied by Edmund Norton, who visited his brother, Elwood, who Is a student at the Teachers' College. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Butler have moved from the McMurray house on East McGregor street. They moved into the house formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mason on North Phillips street. Mr. ana Mrs. Mason will now occupy the house vacated by the Butlers and will move their hatchery to this location. Cecil McGinnis is wearing a bandage over his left eye while he takes treatments for the removal of a small growth which had formed on the eyeball as the result of irritation. Such an irritation is very common among trainmen who are constantly getting bits of cinder and ashes in their eyes. Cecil's eye is doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore spent Sunday here. They left Monday for Ma- pon City, where they have taken an apartment for the present. Mr. Moore nas recently accepted a position with a company that deals in culinery supplies. • His territory includes Cerro 3ordo county and it was necessary for the Moores to be more centrally located. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Hohn, daughter, May Ella, and a girl friend of the latter and Mr. and Mrs. Butterfield of Ringsted were guests Sunday at the lome of Vernon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Hohn. They came to Algona with Mr. and Mrs. Christensen of Ringsted who went on from here to visit elsewhere. Mr. Butterfield is a clothing merchant at Ringsted. Mr. Christensen is a hardware man there. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shiltz enjoyed an over Sunday visit with their son, Fred and A. C. Veil, manager of the J. C. Penny store at Oelwein. Mr. Veil's wife is in Montana at the present time, called there by the death of her mother a short time ago. Mr. Veil was much impressed with our city and the surrounding country. Fred has been with the Penny Company at Oelweia 'or some time and is now a first class salesman, also doing window trimming. In about two weeks he will complete the Penny study courses that he has been taking and will begin on the bookkeeping. Miss Winifred Sarchett has been enjoying radio music from Hollywood, California, every morning for the past week between four and six o'clock a. m. She turned to Yankton, South Da- kato, on the dial and it was too early for them, so she got Hollywood, which was the same on the dial as Yankton. The Hollywood station plays new phonograph records every morning. The time is from two to four as announced, out there. The station is owned by the lios Angeles Evening Herald. Manufacturers' and Jobbers' UTL Lucky purchase! Hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise bought manufacturers and jobbers at less than their cost of production. Now for a big 7-day Oulet Sale. Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, Ladies' Ready-to-wear, Men's and Boys' Sweaters, Underwear, Shoes and Overshoes for the family. Come prepared to buy the biggest bargains in years. New lower prices of your wants for the family that are truly sensational. LADIES' ONE STRAP Patent leather with lizard calf and silk kid trimming, .values up to $5.00 to sell at $2.95 NEW SUEDE Step out in style, black suede, dull kid, patent straps or pumps, values up to $6.00 on sale at $3.95 Children's Slippers or Shoes $1.67 Assortment of children's shoes or slippers for school or dress wear, to go at $1.67. 50 New Dresses MEN'S HEAVY WORK RUBBERS "Hood's", good value at $1.85, on sale at 81.25. MEN'S DRESS RUBBERS To fit all style shoes, on sale at S8c. CHILDREN'S RUBBERS Good grade, all sizes, to sell nt 69c. Nil MM MIX' BOYS' RUBBERS For dress wear, sizes 2'i to 6, on sale at 98c. Men's Four-Buckle All RUBBER OVERSHOES Good wearing quality, on sale at $2.49. Boys' Fall anil Winter CAPS Good assortment to choose from. Values to $1.00 now go at 49c, Ladies Rayon and Jersey BLOOMERS Big assortment of styles. Values up to 95c, now on sale at 49c Men's blue Chambrajr WORK SHIRT 690 Boys' Heavy Cotton SWEATERS Big shawl collars, two pockets. 79c LADIES' UNION SUITS 97c Part wool silk style union suits, short sleeve, ankle length. COTTON BATTS 79c Comforter size batts, pure white cotton, stitched, weight 3 Ibs. on sale at 79c. Men's Lined Jackets $1.49 Heavy weight 220 denim, full cut and strongly made. At $1.49. SMART NEW HATS Special purchase to sell at $1.95 and $2.95 This ve;ir better f'ui's and better materials at lower prices. WINTER COATS The groat.ost val-'i lies we have ever featured at $18.87 A special purchase of a big lot, of coats to go on 'sale at $18.87. You will wonder at this price, worth $25.00 to> $30,00. COATS, good values, assortment^ to choose from $14.87 SMOCKS, the new fall styles $1.87 A lucky pur- r chase of the very newest in felts and velvets worth $5. We bought the cnltre lot to sell at $1,95 & $2.95. A Dress Bargain that probably never can bo duplicated. 50 new styles and colors *-blacte, brown, wines, and greens, all at one low price. $9.87 This dress assortment at above price is made possible by a favorable market condition and our opportune purchase. We want you to see them, they are worth $15.04. Rack special silk , dresses $5.87 Pajamas, made of fine broadcloth $1.87 ^House Dresses, long sleeves, fast color materials 79c Men's Work Shoes Composition or leather soles, with rubber heels, try a pair at $2.47 Sweaters—Wool Shirts Men's All Wool 0. D. Shirts Well made, sizes up to 17, Cl 07 worth $2.98 to sell at _. ? i ' J ' Boy's Wool Blazers Fancy plaids, good weight for win-^ ter wear, values up to $3.50, <M Q7 nil tn o-n nr «P1.OI ; warn all to go at Men's Moleskin Pants Great for wear, big value, worth $3.45, heavy weight, all sizes, to go at . $1.98 Girls' School DRESSES very special at 89c The whole year 'round school dress, long sleeve good weight materials. Men's Work Pants Of heavy weight black or white printed materials, two side pockets and hip pockets, <M AQ big value at _«PI.tJ Boys' Dress or School Pants Select your boy's pants here and save a dollar _1__:_>__.$1.79-$1.98 Fall Weight DRESSES $1.57 The styles and the values will attract mother and daughter alike. Velvets, New Jerseys New Jumper Dresses" $2.95 -$3.45 -$4.95 MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS of unusually heavy- quality cotton. 79c GLOVES, Ladies fabric, new styles 69c HUSKING MITTENS—double palm, double thumb, heavy flannel, double sewed, per dozen $1.39 66x80 PART WOOL BLANKETS Good assortment of patterns. $1.98 Children's Tarns New assortment 39c Men's heavy weight Jersey Gloves 12%c pair Men's fall weight rihhed union suit. An extra quality combed cotton garment at 79c Men's 100 pet- cent all wool union suits, grey & huck, sizes up to 46 to sell at $3.69. Children's fleece- lined union suits, sizes 2-4-(> to soil at 69c. Children's sweaters, good assortment of styles, slip over or coat style, 98c BLOOM' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown are the Darents of a baby girl who was born October 13. Mrs. John Brown is caring for Mrs. Brown and the baby. Mrs. August Peterson of Swea City visited with Algona friends today while Mr. Peterson, who is connected with he state highway commission weiu to Fort Dodge on business. Mrs. Lura Sanders was called last week Wednesday to Charles City to attend the funeral of her brother-ln- aw, Frank Sanders which was held Thursday. She returned Thursday ev- nilng Mrs. B. F. Reed plans to leave the }rst of next week for Sioux Falls, South Dakota, for a visit with her son, ?ay. From there she will go to Yankton to spend the winter with her daughter. Mrs.- Troy Holt returned home on Sunday after spending several days in Fort Dodge with her family. Her father was critically ill following an operation, but is now considered on the •oad to recovery. Mrs. J. R. Bright of Glendale, California, is spending the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson and visiting her old friends in Algona and Burt. She leaves on Saturday fpr her home hi the west. County Attorney G. D. Shumway drove to Iowa City Thursday with his father-in-law, A. G. Obrecht of Spen- cer. Mr. Obrecht entered the hospital at Iowa City and Mr. Shumway returned home Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Reiken are the parents of a baby boy born Sunday morning. The little fellow has been named Donald Eugene. Mrs. Reikea was Dorothy Cook of the Plum Creek neighborhood before her marriage. O. W. Nicoulin,, Albert Granzow, Lawrence Gillespie, and Wm. Gilbrme drove to Minneapolis Saturday to attend the Stanford-Minnesota game, which ended in a 0 to 0 tie. The men returned home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dommer of Fargo, North Dakota, are visiting this week at the home of Mrs. Flora Gabrial. Mrs. Dommer is Mrs. Gabriel's daughter. The Dommers expect to start for their home the first of the week. Mrs. H. B. Mason came home Friday evening from Iowa City where she had been a patient at one of the hospitals. While there she had her tonsils and some of her teeth removed Oscar Anderson went after her and brought her home. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Reinhardt of Springfield, Illinois, spent from Tuesday until Saturday at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Behlmer. They are both with a stock company which plays in and around Springfield. Mrs. Reinhardt will be remembered as Miss Margaret Behlmer. Mr. and Mrs. Vene Wilson and family of three girls and two boys from Thompson are moving to Algona soon and have rented the C. R. LaBarre house just south of the LaBarre home. Mr. Wilson has for eleven years been u salesman for the Godden Monument Company, and is moving here for tho convenience of the location. Mrs. S. E. Davenport and daughter, Elsie, will leave today for their home in Greeley and Sterling, Colorado, after about a week's visit in Algona at the home of Mrs. Davenport's father, J. W. Wadsworth and with other relatives and friends. Enroute homo they will drive through the Black Hills. Exinu is home demonstration agent at Sterling. Typewriter ribbons at this office. Notice to Our Friends Who Are Indebted to Us g We are closing out our business and we will $ appreciate it if they will come in and straight| en out their back accounts. Kraft-Misbach Co.
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