SURPRISE DINNER Mrs. John Travelsteail was pleasantly surprised by relatives and friends Friday evening, the date being her 52nd birthday. An enjoyable evening was. spent by the following: Mr. and Mrs. L. Darnstaedt and daughter, Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Darnstaedt and daughter, Delphine, Mr. and Mrs- Rudolph Verseman and daughter, Gertrude, and Rosa Darnstaedt at home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman. Guet- erslob, Rudolph and Leona, Mr. IS THERE TOO MUCH URIC ACID IN YOUR BLOOD? Get this FREE 85 cent bottle Did you get up 1 this .morning tired, head dull, back aching, joints stiff, muscles sore, weak ail over? Were you in and out ot bed half a dozen times last night? Are congested kidneys, irritated bladder, rheumatic pains and aches making you feel "old" and miserable? miserable? Jfrs. Hy. Lueelemann, Sr.; and son, Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Lueclermann and children, Mabel, Harold and Vernon, Mrs. John Verseman and children, Rosie, Amanda, Wilbert, . Mr. and Mrs. Hy. Guetersioh, Sr., and sons, Eel, Walter, Will and Herbert, Mr. and Mrs. E. Bellman n ami .children, .children, Leona and Calvin, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mainz and children, Rudolph, Rudolph, Arnold and Leona, Mr. and Mrs. fly. Hollinann and children, Elfvi'eda, .Leo and Walter, Mr. and Mrs. Oust Vogcl and children, Adeline,. Lenorai Charles and Re- fi'eta. Mi-, and Mrs. Art Vogel and children, Norma. Reviera, Robert anet VJo'e'l, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ar- •belter, ,Sr., and sons, Albert, Mart, Walter and Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. Art Guetersioh and daughter, Mildred, • John Meisner, Walter, Steuve, Elmer Ratjen, Edmund Verseman, Rudolph Busch, Arthur Hnllmann, Joe Ratjen, Misses Alma Alma and Nora Stueven and Nieva Sanders. - They all departed wish- ini x ; Mrs. Darnotaeclt many Imppy returns of the day.