PAOEE1GMT- JBaptiscd At Fenton '• Fenton: Leoln Rose Mueller, daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. Mayhard Mueller of Merced, Calif., Was baptized last Sunday at the St. John's Lutheran church in Fcnton. Sponsors were her grandparents, Mr. Louis Mueller. • and Mrs. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS G.t H«ma Ctmfort that Lcite • Houtetime with an EAGLE f CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phont ui today CowanBldgSupplyCo. I'liono t?7."> 4LGONA, IOWA fownsetid Club Meeting — The Townsend Sewing Fcnton Girt to wed— Circle met at their hall for an afternoon session on August 5, to make plans tor the future. Due to the sale of the property occupied toy the group, the club will have to move, and the disposal of club property was the main discussion. Anyone having personal dishes left at the hall, should call for it at once. The club spent the rest of time sewing. Rivcrdalc Friendly Club— The Riverdale Ladies club met Wednesday, August 7, with Mrs. Jewell Patterson, Mrs. Verl Patterson assislifig. Sixteen were present. Mrs. Howard Schoby read the old and new mottoes, and Mfs. Jewell Patterson read a poem. Mrs. August Bei'nati and'Rosina Thilge had charge of, games. Guests were Mrs. Martin Furst, Mrs. Wilbu Martin of Bode, and Mrs. Cheste: Schoby of Algona. Next meeting will be held Sept. 4 at Mrs. Alfrec Grill'* with Mrs. Ray Fitch assisting. Wagon Boxes. Wagons. Hog Waterers. Sweep Rakes. Pump Jacks. Separators. Milkers. Currying Machines. Hammermilk and Belts. Manure Loaders and Stackers, both Hydraulic and Mechanical. Lime Spreaders. 8-ft. Tandem Disc. 1 Deep well Water System. Used Machinery Will Rogers* Humorous Stoty Bj> WILL ROGERS S INCE Calvin CooUdgfa c«fts6d to be President the boys ia Washington have been re-telling & lot of M6WftS, AlflQNA:IIIWA' LaVonne Newel, above, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel of Fenton, has announced her engagement to Richard McMarly of Hartley. The wedding will take place in the fall. Miss Newel caught the past year at Hartley, and prior to that attended school in Fenton and graduated from I Iowa State Teachers college. Miss Newel will be one of the most charming brides of the fall season. Jokes about how. Cal saved up words at the White House. One of the stories la about a newspaper man that met the President away from Washington, out in the Black Hills, maybe it wifc. This here reporter thought he might get the boss to talk a little when he was maybe off his guard, so far from home. ( So Cal answered every question with, "No." Or he would say, "I can't say anything about that," or "Don't quote me." • Finally, when the reporter was about to go away, he says to Cool- iclge, "Say, Mr. President, ain't you going to give me anything at all to print?" '"No," says Coolidjre, "and please remember that everything I haven't said it not for publication either!" (American Nowa Features, Inc.) Hi Low Britlffc Club— The Hi-Low 'bridge club met with Mrs. D. D. Paxon last Wednesday. Mrs. G. D. Brundage, a guest of the club, won the higli score prize. The low score prize went to Mrs. Ted Larson. Mowers. Mills. Tires. Chains. Steel Wheels. Burr Hamincrmills. Manure Loaders. One 1-18 inch J. D. Plow. WANTED TO BUY: Combines, Discs, Pickers, Tractors, Plows. Allis-Chalmers—Oliver—New Idea Massey-Harris Phone 714 Algona birthday parly Friday afternoon 1'or Agnes Bilsboroup.l). Twenty- five nut-sis wore present and a pot Hick U:ncli was enjoyed. Miss Bils- boroiij.'h was given many handkerchiefs and cards in addition to a gift of money. The presentation •was made bv Mrs. Lolla Laden- dorl'f. Because of her approaching r'bsence at the time oT her birthday. I his wack. Mrs. II. A. Bates . . „ ~ . I was given a j.'il't t-.f money also, lassimtes Have Reunion- I ,,, nd m .,, ivc: , Ulo congratulations j A group of woman who were and good -wishes of (hose present. ligh school classmates, and their I — lu&bands, enjoyed a picnic supper it the Call state park Saturday 'hose attending were Mr. and Mrs. Laird Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hutchison. Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Zer_ I'ass, Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fristedt, and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Lawrence. "50fl'- Party- Mrs. Aclolph Hendrickson entertained at a 500 party Friday afternoon, three tables being in play. High score prize was'won by Mrs. Mary Heard, the chair prize by Mrs. Earl Bowman, door prize by Mrs. June McMurray, travel prize by Frieda Willey, and the low score prize by Mrs. Leo Bellock. Baldwins Wed 25 Years- Mr. and Mrs. Bert Baldwin celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Tuesday, August G. A family dinner was enjoyed at noon at the Baldwin home, with the out- of-town guests 'being Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dixon, parents of Mrs. Baldwin, of Bancroft, Mrs. Allen Marshall of Irvington. and Mrs. Rose Schumacher of Whittemore. Oprn house wasuheld in the from 8 to 11 o'clock. evening Bible Searchers Birthday— The Bible Searchers class of the Methodist church gave a surpriss The THRILL of a long waited for Vacation . . . You Can't Beat it I Mrs. Ruby Boyce of Waterloo spent a diiv or two last week •••ith he-: 1 pi'-cnls, Mi-, and Mrs. FJovd l'-'-ncr. Airs. Boyce is with HK Unit'r! Rc-iefit Life Insurance Co. of Omaha, in Waterloo. Mr. end H~~. T. F. O'Haire spent n few d-'vs last week at one of the Gockien cottages at Oko.bo.ii. Winifrad P.nd Patricia Plumb returned Frid ny from a 10-day visit in Chicago and vicinity. At Downers Grove they were gues's of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Plumb and other elatives. In Chicago, they visited their sister and 1 irot l '>p''-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. John Miller. While there they were joined by T'-an Beimel of Madison.Wis., and Anne Stackpoole of Kingman, Ariz., for a reunion. The last named girls served in the WAVES with Winifred. ' , M-.-M PoSorcoT arrived V/ednas- t!ay morn ing to spend a lew •'•"o'"-- with I-V cousin *,*£»& Hutchison and his Grandparents, Mi-, and Mrs. C. E. Murlagh and Mrs. Viva B. Peterson. Mell is | the son of captain and Mrs. M. A. Peterson of Washington, D. C. Ann. Frchner rnd her nieces Mrs. Ha.-uld Kranlz of Swea City and Mr.;. Pcb-.-rt Can- of Titonka were in Mason City the first of i last we ok attending the merch- . Mrs. Elbert Dunn and cv.'LM', AJi-.ii and G-n-v of sons DeWitt, Neb., HTC visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. HE in for two weeks. They came the first of last. week. They, will ;i1*o» visit Mrs. Dunn's sister, Mrs. Cliff Hoover. Mr. c'nd Mrs. C. C. Craig of Hanlontown visited Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Craig Sunday. 1 The men are brothers. Dr. L. W. Fox and son Billie, who has been spending the summer here -and )da F.lbert, leu -'.i'nd;'v for Tut/son, Ariz., where Mrs. POX make.-' her home. Doctor Fox V-HI be (he-re ? couple of I weeks. Billie and Miss Elbcrt ' will n.'inain at Tucson with Mrs. The R<3v. end Mrs. R. F. Kitl- rell of the Baptist church left Monday cm a two weeks vacation, i he first oart of which will ; ;e so-, m at Waterloo with Mr. Kittivir.s mother and Mrs. Kitt- toll's Khiar and husband. During their ubsece, John Jordan, a lay•nan with license to preach, will ill the pulpit. Mrs. K. E. Wight and son Bob- hie and his friend, Bernard Smith, of Clayton, N. M., having concluded their visit here with Mi.-;. Wight's parents, Mr. and U:s. iH.ii!-: y, went to Sioux City to visit the C. N. Aalfs. They '-. It lh:-re Thursday for home. Mrs. Aali's is a sister of Mrs. vVij-ht. A message to the Bai- .eys from Mrs. Wight staled she .•e,H.-)iecl home Friday. 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