The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 10, 1937 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 10, 1937
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The Algona Upper Deb Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 10,1937 WSb Schmidt^ Cherokee, was a guest of Frances McEnroe, Sunday. Vemon KohOiaas went to Des Moirres Wednesday on a business itrlp.<, I Mf. and Mrs. O. H. Out; left on Wednesday for a two weeks' trip •through the Ozarka. Mewrs. and Mesdames carl Van Hoven and Arlo Stoltenberg were Sunday visitors at Estherville MM. O. It Williams and Mrs. A. E. Michel spent Sunday at Mason City'where they attended a funeral. ,, Mab^I Sorensen will entertain to> Mabel Sorensen will entertanl to- nlgh$: (Thursday), honoring Mrs. Alwlir Huenhold. A group of eight friends met informally Wednesday at the home of Mrs. ; W. K. Ferguson and spent the afternoon at needle work. Griace Holmes of Oskaloos'a is vislthijg this week at the <kome of her ancle, T. H. Holmes. pSh* is a teacher near Des Moinejk Th& Anderson Riteway grocery is driving a new International panel delivery purchased recently from the StcCormlck-Deerlng store. Mn and Mrs. Andy Anderson will leave Saturday for a three weeks' trip to Duluth, Port Arthur, Winnipeg (and other points in Canada. : Mrvand Mrs. L. E. Linnan went to Mason City yesterday and will attend the State Bar convention which Is being held there Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Larson have moved in the Becker property on South Thorlngton. Mr. Larson Is the driver on the bus which is routed between Algona and Fort Dodge. Mrs. Etma Johnson, Eagle Grove, and son, Russell, Marjorie and Roger Mlckleson, Humboldt, were Wednesday visitors at the Carrol Johnson home. Carrol Johnson is the son of Mrs. Johnson. Mrs. L. H. Reding, who has been in Chicago for a week visiting her sister, Veda Steil, returned home Monday evening. Miss Steil is employed at the International Council of religious education. Mrs. P. V. Janse left Wednesday morning with her son-in-law, H. T. Miller. Mr. Miller will take her as far as Fort Madison where she will stay a week. Mr. Miller will go on to Oklahoma City. "Hook" McClurg, St. Louis, "Red" Corick and Earl Traul, Newton. were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kapp, and daughter, Mrs. Traul, who had been here seven weeks, returned to Newton with her husband. Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Relley, Red Oak, were here Wednesday at the home of their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. O, S. Reiley. Mr. Relley is the secretary of the Chamber of Commerce. Children's day will be observed at the Irvington church on Sunday morning, June 13th. Any one wishing to contribute flowers for decorating the church please notify Doris Colwell, who is In charge. Mrs. T. C. Sherman came home Wednesday from Minneapolis, where she had been the guest ol her sister, Mrs. R. R. Kennedy since Saturday. Mrs. Kennedy had visited at the Sherman home since Memorial Day. The following attorneys attended the State Bar Association meeting at Mason City Wednesday evening: L. E. Linnan, Robert Harrington, Hiram White and Theo. Hutchison. The meeting will last through Thursday and Friday. Ruth McKee, society and local reporter for the Algona Upper Des Moines, is spending this week" on vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy McKee, in Mason City. Mrs. Marvin Doherty assisted at this office during her absence. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hanson and a daughter returned Sunday from a week In Sioux City. Mr. Hanson, who Is employed at the local Council Oak grocery store, was badly scalded In an accident at the store three weeks ago and has been off duty. He will return to work May 1st if he is able. Mrs. W. J. Payne met her husband at Mason City, Sunday, where they visited their daughter, Eleanor, who Is a student nurse at the Mercy hospital. Mr. Payne Is the state field manager of the Des Moines Register and Tribune. Mr. Payne has been working in Osaage the past week. Mrs. Payne re turned home Monday. John Ferguson came Wednesday evening for a short visit with his mother, Mrs. W. K. Ferguson, and will return to Ames today to join a group of four boys who leave Friday for Virginia, where they will spend the summer working in a lumber mill as part of their required practical work before graduation from the forestry department at Iowa State College. Word from Mr. and Mrs. Karl Shumway states that they are now located In an apartment in Athens, Pennsylvania. They had previously been with his brother, Durland, at Towanda. Karl, who formerly was employed In this office for several years, and his brother, who was at one time located at Bancroft, are both employed In a print- Ing establishment In Athens. Talk about your cooled, air-conditioned stores —we nave a dandy these days. Buy Your Fresh and Cooked Meats at Long's POST CEREAL DEAL 1 pkg. Post Toasties, 1 pkg. Huskies, 1 pkg. Post Bran Flakes free 60c value all for 37c Reg. pkg. Satina free with 1 pkg. Gloss Starch, both for lOc Spring Chickens on Short Notice at Long's % REDEEM Your Coco-Cola Coupon at Long's &oeoic8xoettc83&&^^ Thank You Folks For your numerous expressions of confidence and good will. While we were not ready for the big scoop published in an Algona paper last week, we shall do our best to merit the sentiments of loyalty on the part of our friends and customers. From now until January first nineteen hundred and thirty-eight the store will continue to be known and advertised as .Zender & Caidwell, Thereafter the store will be advertised under the new firm name. Once again I say—"Thank You All." Sincerely Yours, Frank C. Zender A. E. Kresensky returned Tuesday from Des Moines where he attended a shoe fair. Ray Asher will make a business trip to Des Moines Friday. He is the Firestone representative in this territory. The Luther League met Wednesday evening at the home of Lucille and Elgena Calhoun. The Calhouns ahd Gronwalls entertained. " Mr. and Mrs. Harold Both spent the week end In Janesville, Minnesota, where they were guests of Mrs. Roth's sister, Kathryn. Hugh Herman, who was in Rochester, Minnesota, for two months receiving medical treatment is now home and is gaining slowly. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal and Mr. and Mra. Merle Webster returned Sunday from a week at Lake Wln- neboglsh in northern Minnesota. Rev. and Mrs 9, H. Edge drove to Mt. Vernon Sunday evening to bring their daughter, Betty, home. She is a sophomore at Cornell this year. Bud Robinson, formerly of Bancroft, has joined the George L. Miller crew and is staying at the home of his brother, Everett Robinson. Miss Pauline Kearney, Clutter, Iowa, arrived Sunday for an indefinite visit with her aunt, Mrs. Sadie Frankl, and cousin, John Frank!. Matt Lamuth and his daughter, Mary, left for Waseca, Minnesota, this morning for a few days' with Ralph Lamuth, who manages the Swift plant there. Mrs. L. E. Linnan returned Sunday from Chicago where she had visited since Tuesday with her sisters. Mr. Linnan drove to Boone Sunday to meet her. Arthur Qalnes, St. Louis, arrived last week Tuesday for a two weeks' vacation. He is the guest of Alice Zeigler at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zeigler. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kresensky, Mankato, were guests of Mr. Kresensky's mother, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky, Sunday. Mr. ICresensky is the superintendent of the schools in Mankato. Mrs. Wm. Godfrey who has been ill for several weeks with kidney complications Is reported better. Mrs. Godfrey's daughter, Bertha, teaches the local first grade at the high school. Mrs. Harold Falkenhalner spent Sunday until Wednesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Goeders. Mrs. Falkenhalner has a summer cottage at Clear Lake, where she is spending the summer. R. O. Richardson and son, Ray, and Roy Brownell and his father, J. A. Brownell, left Wednesday for Lake Hattle, near Pine River, Minnesota, where they will spend a few days fishing at the Brownell cottage. Mrs. John Baldwin and daughter returned Sunday from a three weeks' visit with her mother, Mra. E. G. Ford, Vandalia, Mo. Mr. Baldwin, who Is in the I. G. A. store, drove down after her Saturday night. Mra. Wm. Lodwlg entertained Monday evening at her,home hon- orjag her huaband, who was celebrating his birthday. There were fifty guests. Refreshments were served and the evening was spent playing bridge. Ellis Benedict, Huntington Park, California, who had been a guest of Bob Post for a week, returned to California, last week Friday. Ellis and Bob attended Whittier College, Whittier, California, together last year. Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand attended the 75th jubilee of the founding of the Gustavus Adolphus college at St. Peter, Minnesota, on Sunday. The Sjostrands also were guests of Rev. Sjostrand's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sjostrand. Duke KlnMy, county auditor, went to Des Moines last week Friday to have a private conference with Geo. Tinley, who is the head of the board of assessment, concerning the homestead tax. Mr. Kinsey returned Saturday morning. Pat Cullen, who was formerly of Algona, and was employed at the Zender & Caidwell clothing store, underwent an appendectomy a week ago Saturday. He is getting along very nicely. He is now employed in an Emmetsburg clothing store. Mr. and Mrs. V. I. Sharlach and two daughters of Oklahoma City, visited last week at the C. C. Shar- lach home here. Over the week end Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sharlach, Mrs. B. F. May and Edna Sharlach, all of Des Moines, were guests at the Sharlach home here. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Norton were week end guests at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norton. Elwood is principal and manual training teacher at Lawton. From here he and his wife went to Wheatland, where they will spend the remainder of the summer with her parents. Mrs. H. E. Johnson of Conde, South Dakota, visited from Saturday until Monday at the home of her son, Stanley, Algona mail carrier. Monday she left for Madison, Wisconsin, where she wlil spend a month with her daughter. Later in the summer she expects to make a longer visit in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. John Haggard, Barbara Haggard and Mrs. Forest Twogood are expected home Thursday from Moscow, Idaho. The Haggards and Barbara have been visiting the Twogoods the past week or ten days. Mrs. Twogood will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard, while her husband is attending summer school in California. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Whitehead of Perry, and Mrs. Delia Ryan, Chicago, were guests of Mr. and Mra. Wade Sullivan, Sunday. Mr. Whitehead is the editor of the Perry Daily Chief. Mrs. Ryan came to visit her sister, Mary Willey, who U ill at the Kossuth hospital. Dr. Geo. Elvidge, of Perry, came with the Whiteheads to visit the Hugh Hermans. Mr. and Mra. Everett Robinson were able to talc* their littte daughter, Beverly Ann home from the hospital Sunday. Th» baby welsh- ed about two and one half pound* at birth April 3, but now weighs aix and on» hall pounds and U doing nicely. Tb* baby waa one of twins, but the other did not survive. Mr. Robinton U employed at th» Council Oak. Arthur Hneaer returned from a business trip to Chicago Monday. Or. and Mra. B. K. Richardson, Wesley, were Sunday guests of Dr and Mrs. S. W. Meyer. Father T. J. Davern and Father Ahmann left Monday for Sioux City where they will be in retreat for a week. Mr. and Mra. J. M. Storm went to Granville, North Dakota, Tuesday to visit Mrs. Storm's sister, Mrs. W. E. Carty. Sir. and MrA Albert Grooters and family attended a family reunion Sunday at the home of Mr. Grooters* brother, Garret Grooters, Fort Dodge. Elaine Dumas, who has been here for two weeks with her sister and brother-tn-law, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Waldron, returned home to Jacksonville, Minn., Sunday. There were 2100 popples sold on poppy day, making total of $206.91. Mrs. Theo. Larson was in charge of the sale. The poppy day was sponsored by the American Legion AuxiUary. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller, Pasadena, California, arrived last week Monday for a two weeks' visit with friends and relatives. Mr. Miller was the owner of the Borchardt drug store sixteen years ago. Mrs. F. M. Esser and sons, Jas., and Vincent, left for Streator, 111., Wednesday, where they will visit Mra. Esser's sister, Delia Janett. From there they will go to Decatur, III. They will remain a week. Isabel Greenberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Greenberg. arrived home Sunday from Iowa City, where she has been attending the University of Iowa. She was again elected to the University Players. Pearl Walker, who is office assistant at the General hospital, will leave the first part of next week for a two weeks' vacation. She will go to Seattle, Washington, and San Jose and Los Angeles, California. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller took their niece, Mary Thompson home to Estherville, Sunday. She had been here for a week. Donna Belle Merron, another niece, also accompanied them. She is employed at the Iowa State Bank. Hazel Potter left Tuesday for a week's vacation. She went to Omaha to visit Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lonergan. Mrs. Lonergan was formerly Inez Potter and was employed at the James drug store. Hazel is employed at the Iowa State Bank. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Logan of Spencer visited Sunday and Monday at the home of her sister, Mrs. W. J. Fuller. They had been in Minneapolis to attend the funeral of Mr. Logan's brother, Dr. Logan, who was a son-in-law of Mrs. C. E. Heise. The Russell Maxwells have sold their present home to Kenneth Knudson, who Is employed at the Pratt Electric Co. The Maxwells have purchased two lots and will build in the near future a new home just south of their present home, which is on 70S North Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Lon F. Wright left Monday for a aix weeks or two months' trip through the west and points In Canada. They will goto California by way of Denver, Salt Lake City. Bouldet*, up the coast through Washington, stop at Lake Louise and Banff and return by way of Yellowstone Park. Edward Illg and his nephew and niece, Aloysius Illg and Mrs. Rosalie Dolores of Curry, Minnesota, returned to their home Sunday after a visit of several days at the home of the former's brother, George Illg in Algona. They came to attend the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Nick N. Thilges. The following girls will leave on Sunday to attend the Girls Friendly camp, Camp Morrison, Clear Lake: Rosalie Swanson^ Patricia Hull, Helen Johnson, Mary Johnson, Meredith Raney. Vera Johnson, Ardeen Olson, Marilyn Woodward, Whlttemore,-and Loan Lyons, Humboldt. Camp Morrison is an Episcopalian camp. The girls will stay for a week. Mrs. Neal Smith and children, Leona, David and Harriett, will leave the latter part of the month for a six weeks' trip,, which will take them through Yellowstone and Glacier Parks, Colorado; Vancouver, Canada, and to Salem, Oregon, where they will visit Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. Conrad Falk, thence to Yosemlte Park, California, and Salt Lake City, Utah. Preparation* are being made for Flag Day, which is Monday, June 14th. The American Legion and Auxiliary are continuing their campaign to get the main street properly and uniformly decorated with flags. They are greatly pleased with the response which the merchants are giving. Harvey Ingham will be here to dedicate the marker at the site of the Gopher College. Roland White, who has been studying law at the University of Iowa, arrived Sunday to visit his maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McWhorter. Roland's mother. Mrs. Alice White. Wauke- i gan. III., arrived last week Monday | and her other .son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. White. Iowa Falls, spent Sunday here.- Roland and Mrs. White will be here for a month. Mrs. R. C. Collinson, Elmore, Minn., who was formerly Violet Hinkel, daughter of Mrs. Ida Hinkel. of Algona. has purchased the Little Shoe store from Mrs. Percy Little, Elmore. Mrs. Collinson owned the Family Shoe store, which stock she shipped to Jimmie Neville. Mrs. Collinson took over the Little Shoe store this week and she in now busy rearranging the stock and putting in more shelving for additional stock. The interior will be repainted and other changes made to make the store up-to-date in every respect. Marjorie Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Johnson, Irvington, leaves this Wednesday for a vacation of two or three weeks. At LaCrosse. Wisconsin, she will be met by Julia Stuger, University student there, and together they will visit the Anton Keutel family in LaCrosse, then to Minneapolis for a few days with friends there, thence to Ladysmitb, Wisconsin, for a couple of weeks with Miss Stauger's parent*. After a short visit there she will return with Uarjorie for a visit at the home of her sister. Mrs. Clinton Rev. P. J. Braner delivered an address on Christian Education in the school auditorium of the Lutheran school in Whlttemore last Friday evening. Several hundred dollars have been raised for the Methodist church fund. The committee In charge was as follows: Mrs. W. A. Foster, Mrs. Paul Bell and Edw. Genrich. An organ recital was given last week Thursday to raise the funds for the repairing of the organ. Mrs. Don Hutchins will continue as the organist. Edith May Budlong, who Is employed at the AAA offices, will leave Sunday with two of her aunts, Edith and Hazel Budlong. Titonka. for a three weeks' trip. They will bring back Edith May's sister, Marguerite, who fell two years ago and broke her back and who has been recuperating in California with her aunt. Marguerite will then spend the summer here. The following group of ladle? went on a garden visiting tour on Wednesday, at Fort Dodge: from Algona, Mesdames W. K. Ferguson. R. M. Wallace, J. O. F. Price, Wm. Brechtblll. H. M. Hauberg and from Burt, Mesdames H. O. Buell, C. C. Smith. T. Brooks. A. H. Meln- zer and Miss Marie Grover. Mrs. Ferguson entertained this same group at a one o'clock luncheon at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Borchardt were called to Harrington, Kansas. Tuesday by the serious illness of the former's father, who suffered a stroke five or six years ago. Gerald Steussy, who was recently graduated from the Des Moines School of Pharmacy, Is assisting at the Borchardt store until Mr. Borchardt returns. Gerald will then go to Spirit Lake where he has accepted a position in a drug store. Mrs. John Simon Is Club Hostess Irvington: The Cresco Embroidery club was entertained last Wednesday (a week ago) by Mrs. John Simon. Roll call consisted of garden hints with an exchange of fldwer bulbs and plants by each member. The next regular meeting will be held on June 30 with Mrs. Agnes Stewart as hostess. Mrs. Mawdslpy Recuperates Mrs. Mary Mawdsley is recuperating at the home of her son,, Clarence, where she was taken last Thursday from the Kossuth hospital. She will remain until her condition warrants her return to her own home In Algona. Shower for Miss Lenert A large crowd attended the shower for Miss Elizabeth Leners last Sunday afternoon given at the home of her mother, Mrs. Nick Leners. Elizabeth's approaching marriage has been announced for June 15 at the Algona Catholic church. Chas. Diebler was called to Lanark, 111., last week to attend the funeral of a relative. The trip was made by train. The Leo Clarke family of Brltt stopped at the Geo. Johnsons for a call Sunday evening on their way home from Webster City. Mrs. Mary Stewart, who resides with her grandson, Mike Loss, Jr., has not been so well of late. Mrs. Stewart Is past 90 years of age. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hauenstein are contemplating extensive repairs on their filling station west of Irvington on the Airline, formerly owned by the Jas. Staceys. Mra. Ben Hartzell and son, Dale of Britt. were Sunday guests with Mrs. Hartzell's sister. Mrs. Ray Fitch. Mr. and Mra. R. J. Jaff also of Britt visited the Robert Schobys at the same time. Mrs. Jaff is Mrs. Hartzell's daughter. The schools at Knoxville, Tenn., where Geo. Hackman, Jr., is teaching, closed last week for the summer vacation. However, George will not return for some time yet as he has some employment in connection with the school. Lambert Venteicher Of Doan Went Under Knife on Saturday Doan: Lambert Venteicher was the subject of an operation for appendicitis Saturday at one o'clock at the Kossuth hospital. He is getting along as well as can be expected. Dr. Cretzmeyer did the operating. Attend Bthta School Vacation Bible school Is being held In Titonka since last week Monday and various families of Doan alternate in taking their children to Titonka. It will close this week Friday. Mrs. Andrew Hansen was one of the teachers from Doan who Is assisting. Doan Aid To Entertain June 17 is guest day at Donn, when they wfll entertain Burt, Wesley, Algona and Sexton Aids. Has Typhoid Fever Ralph Stoll. who has been ill for the past few- weeks, has typhoid fever, and will continue to be a patient at the Kossuth hospital for some time. An Ice cream and strawberry social will be held at Doan soon. Watch for the date. Mrs. Henry Brandt and children of Kanawha visited the parental Fred Glrres home last week. The Doan Aid accepted an invitation from the Burt Aid to attend their guest day this week Friday, June 11. Mrs. Wm. J. Martinek accompanied Don Wyborney to Rockford Sunday where they spent the day with his parents. Mrs. Dg White entertained some friends last Tuesday afternoon in honor of her birthday and a delicious lunch was served. Mrs. Henry Nelson, who has been troubled with arthritis this spring, recently had her tonsils removed, hoping It will benefit her. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bakke and three children of DCS Moines were guests of the latter's cousin. Mrs. Van Hansen and family last Saturday. Clare Wolfe returned to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolfe last Saturday to spend the summer vacation and has completed his fourth year of work at St. Paul's seminary. The Walter Anderson family drove down from Wlndom, Minn., and spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives and friends and also attended church services at Doan Sunday forenoon. They report plenty of rain In Minnesota. Mrs. Pearl Swanson and son of Cedar Falls called at the Leander Seefeld and Amos Angle homes on Saturday. It Is 17 years since she left Wesley township and she noticed many changes. Fred Seefeld, who lives north of Wesley, is her brother. Virginia and Mary Janice McWhorter spent the week end with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Beit McCorkle, Algona. Harvey Ingham Here The D. A. R. is planning the dedication next Monday, June 14, of the marker at the site of Gopher College, which was the first school hattae in Kossuth county, built in 1868. The exercises will take place on Flag Day at 2:30 o'clock at the Schenck school house. Harvey Ingham. editor of the Des Moines Register, will give the address. There will be patriotic music and messages by pioneers, etc. The public is invited. Plum Creek News Mr. and Mrs. Art Haag were Webster City visitors Sunday. The Wm. Harrison family were visitors Sunday at the Robert Harrisons near Fenton. Mrs. Raleigh Pickard visited her mother. Mrs. C. C. Robinson m Algona several days last week. The Misses Bernice and Zada Altwegg of Ruthven were callers Sunday at the Altwegg home. The Roscoe Mawdsley family were Sunday visitors at the Clarence Mawdsley home near Irvington. Wayne Marx of Cedar Falls spent last week repairing and painting the buildings on his father's farm occupied by the Herman Bleichs. Some thirty friends and relatives of Mrs. Albert Metzger went to her home Sunday with well filled picnic baskets to help her celebrate a birthday. Miss Jeanne E. Altwegg and La Verne Hyde of Elkader were week end guests at the Wm. Altwcg, home. Jeanne operates a beauty parlor at Elkader. Wilbert Baas is helping with the farm work at the A. Eischeid home. Mr. Eischeid is slowly recovering from a goitre operation and U now able to do the chores Edna Miller will accompany her grandmother, Mrs. Lilly, who lives at Wesley to New Jersey to visit the Lawrence Lilly family in the near future. Helen Miller is spending the summer helping out at the Ernest Gilbert home. Genevieve Altwegg was in Mason City Monday visiting at the Geo. Plopper home and calling on Helen MfMahnn and Sarah Neel- iax at the Mercy hospital. The girl* are getting alone nicely fol- Tues. Only, Price 10-3 |Moved from the State Theatre. Extended Run Attraction Eobt. Taylor JTHIS IS MY AFFAIB COOL AT THE IOWA Now Thru Saturday GREAT BARGAINS! TWO FEATURES 21c John Mack Brown in "LAWLESS LAND" Barton Mac Lane In "DRAEGERMAN'S COURAGE" Jungle Jim Serial Kids Amateur Hour Sun. Mon., June 13-14 Gene Autry in 'THE OLD CORRAL" Brian Donlevy in "CRACK UP" Mrs. Arch Burger spent Sunday nt Mason City visiting her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Long and family were Sunday dinner guests at the James Holding home. Mr. and Mrs. Del Fitch and son. Avery. returned home Monday from Sterling, III., where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Fitch's father, Geo. Stone. Mrs. Waif Waltman, Mrs. E. L. Dlckmeyer and daughter-in-law. Mrs. Clifford Dlckmeyer spent Wednesday afternoon at the O. O. McFarland home. The Portland Peppy Pals attenoV ed the 4-H Rally Day held at tne Algona high school Tuesday. Portland received a superior rating In the music memory contest. The Portland Peppy Pals held an extra meeting Monday evening at the home of Rachel Becker. Preparations were made for Rally Day and refreshments were served. The Portland Progress club and the Portland Peppy Pals will hold a joint meeting Wednesday afternoon at the R. S. McWhorter home. A children's program will be presented and an enjoyable time is In store for all. A picnic dinner was enjoyed at the Will Ringsdorfs Sunday. Those enjoying the courtesy were Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Doms, Lyla and Leta Olson, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rlngsdorf, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brayton and family of Portland. Mrs. Eva Garman Rites, St. Benedict, Held Last Monday Rich Point: A large crowd attended the funeral of Mrs. Eva Carman at St. Benedict Catholic church last Monday morning. Mra. Garman h«d lived for many years In this vicinity and her death la deeply mourned by a wide circle of friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson were West Bend visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Sill and daughter spent Sunday at the C. J, Sill home in Burt. „ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel attended the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mann, Burt, last Saturday. Tony Goeders, Mason City, called on several in this community last week Friday. The Goeders family are former Algona residents. Georga Anne Geigel spent th» week end at her home here. She Is a student at Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, and will remain thera to attend the summer session. Myrtle Henrikson, Ottosen, To Wed Ottosen: A three course luncheon was given Friday at 12 o'clock by Mrs. Bernard Jacobs at her home in honor of Miss Myrtle Henrikson who will become the bride of Don Usher of Ames, Saturday evening at the Lutheran church. Mrs. W. Truesdell was assistant hostess. 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