Sdayv Aug. 27, iftdfl FOR BURT HOMES 5 fiilft: Several houses have -Weeft givtn fresh coats of paiht the last week or two. Ambflg JHem are the H. E. RachuVDr. R. HrThompon and. C. H> Gra- nawi 'homes. On both sides of the block on which these houses are .located all ' the houses but bne have been painted recently. Mrs.' Lottie Isenberger's house is also being repainted. f &wing Club Meets •The Sewing' Circle met Friday afternoon with Mrs. C. S. Coffin. The birthdays of Mrs. J. P. S Tfunkhill and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder were celebrated, 1 Guest ai Shower i,, Mrs. Claude Whitehill Jr., nee S Wanda Mann, was honor guest at a shower given at the Harold (J (vngus home last Tuesday after- hoon. The hostesses were Mrs. H. A. Salisbury, Mrs. Raymond yoga], Mrs. Isabel Steward. Mrs. v Harold Angus, Mrs. Gerald Angus, and Mrs. Gerald Hutchison, „. Bancroft; Mrs. Gerald Brace and Mrs. Guy, Lu Verne; Mrs. Edmund Friclercs, West Bend; Mrs. Charles Clement and Mrs. ..ALGONA UPPEtt DES MOINES, ALGONA IOWA. Claude Whitehill, Algona. At Harvest Festival Mr. and Mrs. Nels J. Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Roland Chaffee attended the Harvest Home Festival at the Upper Flat church near Britt a week ago Sunday. Ailettd Ringsted Wedding ^ Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott attended the Wedding of a grand niece of Mrs. Hawcott, Vivien Madden, and Cecil Langerman, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr, and Mrs. George Madden at Ringsted last Tuesday afternoon. The Rev. L. Richmann,' Ormsby, Minn., performed the ceremony. Visiting ai Burl Bruce Elliott, who is a chief boatswain's mate in the navy and station at Washington, D. C., arrived last week Monday for a visit with his wife, who came several Weeks ago, at the home of her, parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Esarey. The couple were married in April. She was formerly Alice Esarey and had been working in Washington, D. C. The Clayton Johnsons, Fort Dodge, visited Burt friends last week. Mrs. Priscilla Steers, Algona, is a patient at the Burt hospital since Thursday, Mrs. Hans Presthus, Algona, visited at the S. M. Petcrsofi home Thursday. The Jim Christensens went to Lake Okoboji Wednesday for a few days' vacation. Mr. and Mrs. William Brown, Lincoln, Neb., spent last week at the R. J. Nealy home. ' Mary Greise and Joyce Geilcn- feld worked in a stand at the Kossuth county fair last week. ' Pyt. Carrol Reynolds is now stationed at Fort Ogelthorpe Gn., where he is taking some special school work. Barbara and Betty Stenzol of Swea City spent a Jew days last week with their aunt Mrs. Chas. Schrader Jr. Mrs. Luella Sanders, who is working at the Kossuth hospital, spent Thursday at the W. J. Lockwood home. Mrs. Thomas Ryan, Williams, and Gertrude Nixon, Granger, spent Thursday night at the Verne Riebhoff home. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Tryon and children, Bellflower, Calif., are visiting Mrs. Tryan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mann. Ruth, Caroline, Esther, and John Hasse and Mary Jean Rachut were Des Moines visitors Thursday. Supt. and Mrs. W. B. Officer and daughter Margaret left last Tuesday for a visit with relatives at Diagonal 'and Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Grovcr Fairbanks, Fort Wayne, Ind., visited at the home of Mr. Fairbanks'' mother, Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks, last week. Mrs. Lester Lur;i and'children and Myrtle Dahl, Thompson, were dinner guests Thursday at the Wayne Mann home. The ladies are cousins of Mrs. Mann. The Fred Davis family and Mrs. O. A. Campney, Algona, left Saturday for Fifty Lakes, Minn., to visit an uncle of Mrs. Davis. The Walter Campneys went to Des Moines Satnrday to visit at the home of Mrs. Campney's brother Benjamin Thompson and tako in the stale fair, Mrs. -D. A. Chittenden and daughter Phobc, Waverly, came Friday for a visit at the Dr. R. H. Thompson home. They are Mrs. Thompson's mother and sister. Kent Ryerson arrived Monday, after having received his discharge from the 'navy in California. He had visited several places in the west before coming home. The H. E. Rachuts took Elaine and Marilyn Bolgrcn, who had been visiting them, to Mason City Thursday, where they took a train for their home at Walth- am, Minn. , Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McAfee, son and daughter of Anita, visited a week ago from Friday to Sunday at the Charles Spry home. Mr. and Mrs. McAfee are Mrs. Spry's parents. James Fredrickson returned Tuesday from a few days' visit at the home of his sister, Mrs. Lawrence Miller at Ames. He also went to Iowa City to make arrangements for a room. Mr. and IVsrs. flrels J. Nelson and Mrs. Nelson's sisters, Mrs. George Burelback, Perham, Minn., and Martha Lang, Minneapolis, Minn., at the Roland Chafee home. The sisters returned to their homes Friday. 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