The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 3, 1937 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 3, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moiaes, Algona, towa, June 3,1937 ST. JOE COUPLE TO WED, JUNE 14 St Joe: Banns of marriage were published Sunday In St. Joseph's church for the first time for Margaret Plsch. oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs. Nick Fisch and Anton Weydert, youngest son of Mrs Frank Weydert. The wedding will take place on June 14th in St. Joseph's church. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Hubcrty and fnmily from Whittemore spent Sunday at the Will Thilges home. Mr. and Mrs. Prosper Frideres and daughter spent Sunday at the Frank Zcimct home near St. Benedict. Dominic Zcimet of West Bend spent Sunday at the Henry Zeimet, Sr.. home. Pptcr Reding: from Monterey, Minn., visited with relatives here over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. White from Des Moines spent Sunday at the William Boldridge home. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding and family and Mrs. Lucy Wagner were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Nick Reding home near Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner and Mrs. Lucy Wagner were Wednesday evening visitors at the Ed Besch home near Whittemore. Lorena Bormann spent Sunday with Marjorle Reding. Louis Schmidt is driving a new Pontiac coupe. Edward Klein spent the week at the Joe Keenes. Lone Rock Homes Scene of Parties After Confirmation Lone Rock: The A. H Hannas entertained Sunday In honor of their daughter, Helen Mae's confirmation. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wolfgram, Hertha Ruhnke, the Walter Jentz family, the George Jentz family and the Arthur Muellers, all of Fenton; the Mark Simmons family, Fairmont; Lois Anderson, Spencer; and Mrs. George Hanna, son Everett and daughter, Myrtle. News Items of Wesley Vicinity Visit Chrlstonsons Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hubbard and daughter, Anita, of Patterson are visiting the P. M. Christensons. They will remain there while Mr. and Mrs. Christenson are visiting their daughter. Marietta at Pueblo, Colorado. They left Tuesday. pas LuVerne Girl Is Bride of Algonian LuVerne: The marriage of Elva Barton and Dwight Hardgrove, Algona, was announced Sunday by them as having taken place on May 20. Miss Barton, who is the daughter of Mrs. Kate Barton of Lu- Verne. has been employed in Algona for some time and recently has been working at the Wellendorf Hatchery. She has lived in this community with her parents, attending' the Lutheran parochial school and the local high school. The groom attended the Algona high school and is now employed on a farm near Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Hardgrove have not yet announced their plans for the future. Children's Exercises Lone Rock Church Lone Rock: Children's Day exercises were held Sunday at the local church. The following program was given: Welcome, Joan Flaig; song, primary and junior classes; Bible story, Eula Mae Sharp; poem, Kenneth Householder; Bible story, Betty Ann Sharp; recitation, Phyllis Hawks; Beatitudes, junior class; 23rd Psalm, Helen Jensen; acrostic, daily vacation Bible school, Joyce Marlow, Ersel Bierle, Donald Jensen, Charles Householder; song, primary and Junior classes; Edgar Guest poems by Dorta Mae *Blanchqrd, Lucille Genrich, Maxine Flalg. Ruby and Violet Nelson, Jean Arends, Virginia Frye and Catherine Mae Householder. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rice spent Sunday in Dows. Gust Kraft spent Sunday with the Adolph Perils. Whittemore. Mrs. Michael Elbert, Algona, spent Thursday with Kathryn Stcbrltz. Gladys and Mrs. Ida Tarbell left Thursday for her home at Walterloo, after spending a week with friends. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lewis and daughter, Jeannette. Oskaloosa, spent Sunday and Monday with their daughter, Mrs. W. G. Flaig and family. Mrs. Fiaig and her children returned with them for a two weeks' vacation. Mrs. Will Hillman and son, Wilfred, Welcome, Minn., spent Saturday and Sunday at the Fred Genrich home. All visited Sunday with the F. L. Haucks. Livermore and the W. D. Haucks, Humboldt. Crtiifirmntlon Party The Walter Faulstichs entertained Sunday in honor of their daugh- cr, Dorothy's birthday and also the confirmation of Dorothy and Wilfred. Attending were: Mr. and VIrs. Herman Dreyer. the Ernest Muellers and the Leo Jaskulkes, all of Fenton. Shower for Miss Radig A miscellaneous shower was held nt the Lotts Creek school Saturday afternoon in honor of Helen Radig. Fifty attended,. Lunch was j served by the hostesses. Mrs. Emil Labs and Mrs. L. C. Dreyer, Fenton. Ruby Knock is Guest The Henry Kuecks entertained at Sunday dinner in honor of their daughter, Ruby's confirmation. Attending were: the Arthur Heiden- withs. Mrs. Dorothy Sebers and son, Ralph, Whittemore. Mrs. Emelie Heidenwith. Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen, Carl Jensen and Lucille Nelson. The Harley Shellitos. Ames, spent the week end here with Mrs. N. L Cotton. The Emil Krafts spent Sunday afternoon at the Otto Borchardts. Fenton. The Fred Dransfeldts spent Sunday with Mrs. Marie Christenson. Titonka. The M. H. Hciters, Livermore. spent Sunday afternoon at the W. C. Heiters. Glen Mino and Pearl Wiener spent Sunday with Mrs. Mabel Mino, Grant. The Harry Rahns. Dodge Center. Minn., spent Friday and Saturday with friends. The Delmar Angus family, Algona, were Sunday guests of the R. T. Angus family. The M. O. Richards family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bilsborough, Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen. Seneca spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen. The Joe Culbertsons and Mr. and VIrs. Karl Ewoldt spent Sunday at the C. C. Cushings, Swea City. The F. P. Schroeders, Fenton, and John Whltford spent Sunday afternoon at the H. A. Wieners. The American Legion Auxiliary sold popples Saturday taking In 114.80. They also held a candy sale. Dorothy Macumber, Fort Dodge, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Macumber. Mrs. Jessie Stcbritz and daughters, Gladys and Kathryn, visited Saturday with Mrs. Stcbritz, Mason City. The Joe Culbertsons and the Merle Culbertsons left Monday for a visit Minn. The Lee Goetz family spent Sunday at Algona. Miss Rosemary Seller Is being employed .at the Milton Giddings home doing household duties. Mrs. Stanley Simpson has been employed at the Lester Larson home the past week assisting with household duties. Mrs. Lucille Wehler, Gordon and Frances Kunz, all of Des Moines, spent Memorial Day at Wesley visiting relatives and friends. Miss Pauline Hildman, who wen to National City, California, las December 1st, returned to he mother's home here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Madson an son of Des Moines spent their Mem orial vacation week end here a guests at the Raymond Hanso: home. Lawrence Youngwirth and Law rence Goetz left for Chicago Mon day night to resume their employ ment having visited home folk since Saturday. Henry Schore. Clarence Ward and Oliver Young spent severs days over the week end at Spiri Lake fishing. They report thei: luck very pood. Edward Funnemark returned t< his home here this week from Northfield, Minn., where he ha completed his freshman year as student at St. Olof College. Sisters of St. Francis in charge of the St. Joseph's parochial schoo grades, are leaving next Monday June 7th. for Milwaukee to spent the summer months at St. Francis convent. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alne and three children spent Sunday and Monday with her parents, the Lars Severseikes at Roland. Rosalie remained for a two weeks' visit with her grandparents. Martha Haynes, who has been working at Mason City since New Year's time, spent Memorial week end here with her parents. Arlene Is spending this week at Algona visiting and assisting in the Henry Furst home. Miss Betty Lcmkee returned to her home in Irvington Saturday after a week's visit at the J. T. Meurer home. Betty is expecting to enter the Iowa State Teachers' College at Cedar Falls for a summer school course. Mrs. Amos Bonacher and children and her sister. Miss Floris Nelson of Woodburn, Oregon, who has been visiting her relatives in and about Titonka and Wesley for the past several weeks, called Sunday afternoorTat the Raymond Hanson home. Mrs. Wyott Stott, Mrs. L. A. Boettcher, Mrs. F. A. Ringsdorf, and Mrs. Gerald Brace, all of Burt spent Saturday afternoon in Wesley visiting their uncle. A. E. Giddings and took occasion to decorate graves of relatives in the Evergreen cemetery. Graduation exercifes for ten 8th grade graduates from the St. Joseph parochial school were held at the church Sunday- afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. A. J. Wagner gave a very nice commencement address and gave out diplomas to each of the graduates. Miss Anna Johnson, home economics teacher In the high school at Boone, has returned to Wesley fo her annual vacation with her sis ters here. Their mother, Mrs. Nil M. Johnson of Alamo, Texas, is ex pected here, also, some time dur Ing the month of June. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lebens of Lls more, Minn., visited at the Ed Loe big home Sunday. They were vis iting at Buffalo Center over Mem oriaj. Day and took occasion t come to Wesley to see their forme neighbors, both families having Hv ed near one another at Lismore. Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Felt are ex pected in Wesley the latter part o this week. Word has bee'n receiv ed here that they expected to leav Rockledge. Florida, Saturday morn ing and the trip takes about i week inasmuch as • they stop en route to visit numerous relative and friends. ~^ Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hanson and Russell were Sunday dinne guests at the home of her sister Mrs. Milton Giddings. In the aft ernoon they took her mother, Mrs Mae Harris, to her home in Algona she having been here since Tuesday night, to assist with the care: of the now boy in 'the home. Giddings Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wester received the glad tidings from their son Karl and wife, Sunday morning announcing the arrival of a daughter to them that morning. This is their flrst child and the Westers' first grandchild. The Karl Westers live nt Keosauqua, but for the present are at Des Moines to be near her parents, the Beards. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Welllk left Wednesday morning for Omaha, where Thursday they will be present for the graduation exercises at Jrelghton University where their son, Leo, is a graduate this year "rom a law course. Leo who was married a year ago, together with lis wife, are expecting to come to Wesley for their annual vacation isit with his parents. Miss Theodora Bottom, daughter of Rev. Bottom, and his brother, another Rev. Bottom and his wife, all of Sioux City, spent several days as guests at the local Bottom home he middle and latter part of the week, coming especially to attend he commencement exercises of the 937 high school class of which >tary Ellen Bottom was a mem- jer. Shirley Ann Hanson, daughter of he Raymond Hansons, celebrated er llth birthday Sunday and her oiks observed the occasion by in- iting in 20 guests for the day. "hose present were the Gordon Biddings family, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer •lawe, the Roy Madsons of Des ifoines, and the Howard Hansons f Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loebig, Edmond nd Gordon, Mrs. John Young- rlrth and sons, Ambrose and Dick, Mrs. Bill Stalzer, all of Wesley, Mri. Ferstl, Mr. Stires and Mrs. foungwirth all of Whittemore, rove to Marshalltown last week 'uesday to attend the funeral of Clem Jensen, 28, who died very uddenly a few days prior. Clem was a cousin of Mrs. Loebig and wa» married about a year and a lalf ago. KOHIS OF UNION WEEK END HOSTS Union: Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kohl and Richard Kohl came down Saturday from St. Paul and visited the boys' parents until Monday evening. The Kohls were all guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kohl In Algona Sunday for dinner. Guests Monday at the Geo. Hbhl home besides the visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kohl, Lulu and Mabel Kohl and Ruth McKee all of Algona. George Kohl and wife came Wednesday for a visit at the parental home until next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Keefe left last Monday and returned Friday after visiting at Bagley, Duluth, St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ward spent Decoration Day at Spirit Lake and Okoboji. Jane McWhorter and Patricia Matern were guests of Verena Krieps over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Krieps, Algona were dinner guests at the Krieps home Sunday. Lucille Bode spent part of Sunday and Memorial Day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode. She had been fishing with a group of friends from Fort Dodge at Lost Island and stopped off In Algona on the return trip. Mrs. Eva Gardner, who was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Chester Bailey, left Memorial Day for a visit with another daughter, Mrs. 7has. Patterson near Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Taylor and Mrs. Taylor's mother, Mrs. Daniel Rlcke of Sioux City were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey. Martha Krieps, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Krieps Is the new office girl at Dr. Keneflcks. Ida Stoffel resigned to assist her moth- r during the summer months. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schoby with Hr. and Mrs. Louis Carman of Cresco township, spent a day re- 'ently at Mason City. Mrs. Jacob Winkel has been with the flu the past week. Ill Portland Twp. with relatives in Wells, C«Kf&&^aKX^^ DOAN NEWS Nancy Jean, daughter of Waivel Movers, visited her aunt, Mrs. Hans Koeatler of Burt. Mrs. Andrew Hansen and Sheila Mrs. William Wcntzell, Ledyard. called at the Mrs. Lillian Worthington and Emil Kruft homes recently. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer, the Leonard Dittmers. and Deleina Rogers spent last Thusrday in Mason City. Mr. und Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer were guests at the home of Charles Dittmer Sunday in honoi- of his 73nl birthday. Oust Kraft and Mrs. Walter Faulsttr-h attended the funeral of Mrs Henry Utof. Fenton, last week XI Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs William Nelson and daughters, Ruby and Violet, spent Saturday at E;igle Grove vi.siting tin- Lawrence Larsons. The Jess Hohensteins, Amboy. spent the week end with Ann visited Mrs. John last week Tuesday. Caushlin The Tom Klrfsona and Rudolph I-arsons drove to Bancroft Sunday and report u heavy ra ii.f a ll in thai Jocality. Ralph Slol' was taken Minn.. the I W! Nelsons. Mrs. H" J Bacon. Algona. spent Monday there. Mrs. Ralph Rie.lel, daughter fliurlottt- and Florence Householder. all of Funton. -spent Thursday evening at the Lawrt-nre N'ew- .. , , - .. to the; Th.- fharlr.i Hawks family. Spir- Ko-, hospital l;, st Thursday. If,,; it Uuluv were ,Sund.,y .supper Surprise Birthday Party Mrs. John Schneider was greatly surprised Monday afternoon when ten friends arrived here to celebrate her birthday anniversary. The guests provided the refreshments and the afternoon was spent socially. Mrs. Schneidei was presented with one dozen sherbets as a birthday gift. Lrgion Auxiliary Meets Mrs. Wyott Stott entertained the Legion Auxiliary Thursday afternoon at her home. Twelve ladies wen; present. The afternoon was spent sewing carpet rags and visiting. A delicious luncheon was served by the hostess. Attend C. E. Rally Richard and Darlene Brayton accompanied the Rev. Joseph Doms, Burt. Clarence Riddle, 8. Thaves, and Lyla Olson to Rolfe Friday evening to attend a Christian Endeavor rally. Richard was to speak on the program. Des .Hoilies Visitor* Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Clark, Des Moines, visited Monday at the Col- lii utl arid Hood homes. Mrs. Cullirott returned . Moines with them. Mr. and Mrs. j Srandparents were "also present. G. C. Hood and children drove to I ——— - DCS Moines Wednesday, bringing evening at the D. M. and Roscoe Stewart home. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Clayton visited the tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. De Pew, Emmetsburg last Sunday. Mrs. R. S. McWhorter was guest of the Woman's club meeting held last week at the home of Mrs. Cora Asa, near Sexton. Mrs. Ivan Long was one of the hostesses of the Mite society at a meeting held in Burt Wednesday afternoon. She took as guests Mrs. Will Grover and Mrs. G. O. McFarland. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith took their daughter Ramona, to the University hospital, Iowa City, last week for a consultation with the physicians in regard to the child's health. Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson and two daughters accompanied the Paul Hudsons of Irvington to Buffalo Center, Sunday to visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. G. O. McFarland, Darrell, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McFarland, and Alfred vifcited last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Petersen, Webster City. Mrs. Petersen and Mrs. G. O. McFarland are sisters. The Alfred Godfredsons went to Mason City last week Sunday to help Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Godfredson celebrate their first wedding Texas Visitor St. Joe: Andrew Kupper, from ilndsey, Texas, is visiting his sister, rfrs. Adolph Fuhrmann. and fam- y. He is driving a new car home rom Detroit. Sells Beauty Shop St. Benedict: Mrs. John McKenna is discontinuing the beauty shop in St. Benedict, having sold her equipment to her daughter, Irene, who has purchased a shop In Stacyvllle. and is moving there this week. Marlow Reunion Lone Rock: A Marlow reunion was held Sunday at the Edw. Marlows, Burt. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. George Harms and the Charles Hawks family, all of Spirit Lake, the Burt Marlows and the Hugh and Dell Marlow families. Leaves for Texas St Joe: Andrew Kupper from Lindsay, Texas, left for his home Wednesday afternoon after a several days' visit at the Adolph Fuhrmann home. Mr. Kupper was on his way home from Detroit, Mr. and I anniversary. The tatter's parents to Dea! Mr and Mrs. Ralph Lee and her c-.-n in poor health for Hi- pa.-,t Minn . has t. several i.ionll The Henry Kih!e's and U'tn. J Murtir.t.t drovr '» Klmnre rfimdav iifu-niuon and reported iu-v. y raiii in that vicinity. Catherine Wolf returned to In r home .Saturday ;.fter>litv .( the A. J. Mai-tinei: home fc.r'tle pas' nine months. Mr. ;md Mi.s. Edmund and Mr and Mrs. Quentin 13juMn,ni nt Four Corners were Clear I.ik.. vi - l.iil Week Tilt...lay Howard ri|.. i k.-. Ju:,e -I:: wyu l!iinond drov,- to ]:.. Sund.iy lu :,. ..• t 'arolyn I who had an o|ier:iti<,,i lir-t Barbir.i Jean Holt ur.n.ii i Thursday -vi-:iin^ frurn liu school and !i: ; \v.-, tl, day Tor \V:,ierim>. v, ri enter u bu.sine;..-, coll coming year. The Ijoan Won'.an'H taincd the Plum f >e society Wednesday afteinunn M;-v 26, at the home of Mrs. I ,-, ri A.I.I. Roll cull was by .'"ime- thing about Memorial I'ay and ..tier a short business meeting it wa., decided to close their club" for the year with a picnic for the- member., und families, the last Sunday in June at an Iowa lake. A tar dance was given by Sheila Ann llansen und a piano aulo b." Darlciie Han-i wer if Mr.- Ha'.vk, Kate Hawks, f-iinily were The M.-Ivin there Mi. and Mr.. J. M Hulbert. O],d<i«-i:. M.'T.t thr W-..-K . nd at the J. M. I-,! .nrhanl:,. Eugene Elanhcard Ma..i,n city, <-p..-nt the wi.(-k Hu.Tt,- also H. A. Wicm r '••irl and KIN, i end ons f;.-rald and in 1'fi. Saturday | [.,.,„„,,,' 'ri|. t<, r;:,.n-.v,,od. ! d;iv the Collicotts buck with thern on Thursday. Violet Long is in New Prague, Minn., where she has employment. The G. (j McFarlunds were Alg')ii;i cullers Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Agnes Sutley called Friday afternoon at the H. S. McVVhort- >:rs. Mrs. Sarn Winchull and Mrs. Geo. viaitetl at Cor with Tnurs- it Mr. Wi, .1- Mr ' .'""-dav ev,-j h(j , . 'I' th.- li-ilph I-.-'a I'riehe is vith hi:r granri- Mr.s. Erne.-,'. Mrs. Vernon Iv-derson, liode •pent Thursday ut the Wyoll Htott Mrs. Alfred ( vi.,,te<J at tin.- finis Godfred.s'jns. Ring.sted, Wl ek I Satur- I ••. \viii; nr the; i liter- H ' I la Mr ' 1 H.,h,,,r,, I;,,,; - A'-thur IiiHiii'T ':! S,i:.,j iv -,ft,.,., if , H,,l,:.,n- " Kv'.-nm: and l>r. 'l'lmr.~day. | J. i'. Heidersrheid |jun:ha.sed 70 ; head of young c attle Monday at l-ivermore. mi- ljL " 1( ''e.i and Marilyn Trunhhill ,-rs Wc ' L ' Ku " (|j >' "Ujjper guests of Bob, i by and l^tvinn ./a/Kjl. Many I'ortland people attended I: it,, . Mr.; M. Iv.n lo AimatroiiK A .:urpri.-.c Id in hour r itzi-naurr.i Aim-i day i-vi-ning at the i •na u, i. C'h.n-1 'i.sai/ig (he former. p.irtnu, Mr >'.'k ;. He n-tun t !!'• ' ijliuiu-m t n in liuil 'I'hiirbda Marilyn and held evening Visit Old Home Town C. M. Doxsee, former well known Algona business man, now living in Redwood City, California, came to Algona Tuesday with his brother-in-law, Harvey Ingham of the Des Moines Register, to call on old friends and look after their farms in this vicinity. Mr. Doxsee, who was an abstractor in Algona 25 years ago, is in the same business in the west. He pays an annual visit to Algona and regards it as his vacation. He and his brother- in-law, Harvey Ingham, have many friends in Algona who are always glud to see them. Wisconsin Visitors Lone Rock: Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Thompson and Mr. und Mrs. John Thompson and three children, al! of Sun Prairie Wis.. arrived on Saturday for u few days' visit with Mr.s. Lillie Thompson and daughter. ",'e'.;i und other relatives. Sunday. all mentioned, the Walter Thompsons and Mrs. Anna Newbrough pally Krau.s sen. Lee Strath. -r.-, sang "L-.t Mi- Cull You Swcatln. irt," accompanied by liarleiic Hans,-). Mr=. l-'.uy Stone of LuVeriiii-, g ive a book review ou An American Uoctoi-'i Odessey. A two course tr&y luncheon was served tu 22 quests und 16 members. Mrs. Andrew Hauseii poured. The table Wua det.'urated with a ceuturpitxc of tulips. of Mr. and Mrs. Wait, r Krati'-a ifieir liu,,,,. SiunJay i-veninj. "Pi M' Lutler won ln K h pn/...-. I.ind : i-> K.-nton 1,,..,Toe L.iji. :d V.'HH .',011 • lit 'ller-j I), o ii <, in^ iJiid Kdvvard Mite .society meet- my h,s been | ...dpoiied until Jum- witii Mrs. N. L. C,,Uon. The 1 -otuty ii invited to att.-nded the meeting ul the Seneva society ut the church (here, June lu. All who to attend should call \\ ill t'hriiUnson. Mrs pent Thursday afternoon un/J t vc- uid 1 '""" WUh l) " r " l "V -Stewart 1 Mr. and Mr.,. (; ( .or«e I.annm x visited the latter'., ..Liter, Mrs. George <,<«Jden, Kmrm-tobuiK. last Sunday. Ihelma Bn.,tow went to Irvington Thursday evening to .,pe;i.J th.- week end with her cousin. Puulint Selp. l.ouia M.VVnoiter and daughter Jane, were nupj/er jjuest.-, Wednesday evening ut the K H Mi Wiiort- er home. A new Ijclon-s Trunkhil] i ' inii i ' jn ' " ( -"">l ( J, Hurnboldt. held a pi' nic dinnir ul the Ralph Thompsons Tht Ralph Thompsons drove to Humboldl Friday for Mrs. New- Lu Verne Picnic Plans Lu Verne: Committees for thfc annual Community Hicnic rntt last Thuntduy i-v<.nm« und made tentative plans for the Thursday evening. Jun to be held 24th and i/lann June 25tli Further an- i-nta will be made u* the tiireahing //;u..hi/ie delivered to Tony J, i,n<- week It was pun ha.»e-J at O» Mr and Mm Vttnl Maa,b» and ci-ola luwa. \ fumi/y <j( Balaton, Minn., visited Mr and Mr. l..Hoy Burger I with relative* here Sunday and Burl wer^ aupfer guejU fc"ri<Jj»y ' U'/iula? Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and children, Mapleton, Minn., came on Monday for Memorial services at LuVcrne. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven also attended services there. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven were .supper guests of Mrs. Steven'a mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise and family, Monday evening. "First Lady" —one of the newest of engagement and wedding ring ensembles by Granat,—ol white or yellow solid gold, and ablaze with fine diamonds. Set of two rings or cither ring <'an be purchased separately $50.00 to $150.00 A. H. Borchardt & Jewelery RUPTURE H. L. Holliuan, Expert, Minneapolis, Minn., will demonstrate without charge his "Perfect Retention Shields" in Algona, Wednesday June 16, at the Algona Hotel. From 10 a. m. to t p. ra. Please come early. Evenings by appointment. Your ijhyaician will tell you about this serious condition. Any rupture allowed to protrude is dangerous My "Retention Shields" will hold your rupture under any condition of exercise and work. They are sanitary, waterproof and practically Indestructible. Do not wear trusses that will enlarge the opening mid don't neglect thu children. Many satisfied clients in this community. No mall order. HOME OFFICE: 305 Lincoln Bid*. Mlnn<Mn>oU», Minn. 22-23 Sexton Visitor* Over Holiday* Sexton: Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Sarah Wise were: Mr. and Mrs. Arch Burger, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips and children, Algona, and Edith Greenfield, Sexton. Following dinner, the group, went to Britt, Where they were met by Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise and sonS, Frank and Lloyd, Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stratton of Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise had apent the day at the Stratton home. Mrs. Stratton Is a sister of Mack and a daughter of Mrs. Wise. J. E). McEnroe and daughter, Lyle Pugh. went to Des Motnes Monday where Lyle Is employed. Mr. McEnroe will return Tuesday. Mrs. Grace Green and son, Clarence took Sunday dinner with Mrs. W. J. Green and children. She will leave June 4, for Los Angeles, where she will make her future home. Lyle Alexander, Injured In an auto accident, last Sunday afternoon, was reported In a serious condition Monday. Lyle suffered a fractured skull and Internal injuries. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor and sons, Dean and Mitch, went to Humeston, Friday night to spend the week end with relatives and attend Memorial services there on Mondsy. Mrs. Laura Francis will go to Iowa City Wednesday for treatment. She underwent an operation for removal of a growth on her side at the General hospital, Algona, last week. Rlchpoint News Peter Reding, Monterey, Minn., was at the home of his sister, Mr*. Frank Capeslus, recently. Mrs. Rabe, Minneapolis, came last week to spend several weeks with her sister, Mrs. Paul Clark. Chas. Dlebler spent a few days last week In Lanark, 111., attending the funeral of a relative. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Skllllng, Marguerite and Roberta, were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Mary Devlne, Humboldt. Roberta Skllllng and Ruth Black went to Cedar Falls Wednesday to enroll for the summer school session at the State Teachers' College. Paul Black came this week from Iowa City to spend the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Black. Paul Is a sophomore at the State University. Lafe Griffin spent Monday evening at the Fred Gelgel home. Mr. Griffin Is a former resident of this community and now makes his home with his daughter, Mrs. Fred Urch, West Concord, Minn. Miss Leila Wester of Ames pent the week end here with her parents, the Emil Westers. • Perfect food ] teetkra • Fromen dea* —lea cubes time and me • No drily att tkm Bended • No nuiU.H FOR FARM HOMES SAME MODERN REFRIGERATION CITY HOMES ENJOY! SERVEL ELECTROLUX RUNS ON KEROSENE (CooiOd) THH COISPO/V FOR FULL DErari<; THOMAS HABIO SERTICEIttTINGTON, 10 iociinnoo uuHit SWH KMctMnntt VK KcnMGfK VfOtjpsntot, rt. T " USED CARS MUST BE SOLD This Month Look Them Overl Judge Them Yourselfl !1 Make Us An Offer!! 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