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The Algona Upper Pes Moinea, Algona, Iowa, July 8, 1937 North East * Kossuth 20 WOMEN AT e Mrs. finnen, Mrs. Kippen trop, Hostess to Farm Bureau Ladies Lakota: Mrs. George Ennen, assisted by Mrs. Alvin Rlppentrop and Mrs. O. J. Rlppentrop. were hostesses to the Ledyard township women's farm bureau, Friday afternoon, at Mrs. Ennens. women were present. About 20 It was decided at the business meeting to exchange handkerchiefs for the birthdays this year. Last year the women exchanged dish towels and enjoyed the novelty. Bertha Nitz gave a reading for the program and each woman gave a seasonable household hint for roll call. The next meeting will be with Mrs. O. J. Rlppentrop, Sept. 3rd as it was decided to omit the August meeting. Old Hats Give Fun Mrs. H. Flagg, Cincinnati, Ohio, and her mother, Mrs. Peter Ewing, Elmore, Mrs. W. L. Emerson and mother, Mrs. A. R. Snyder and Mrs. F. C. Kiester, Elmore, were guests at the Harry Mussmans, Thursday. Mesdames Flagg and Emerson are girlhood friends of Mrs. Mussman and the occasion celebrated Mrs Flagg's birthday. The women spent a very enjoyable day and at lunchtime each one appeared wearing a real old hat, the more antique the better, which added to the merriment. u.u C - ?• Wh a'ens spent Sunday with the John Heetlands. The A. C. Klot-res drove to Algona bundny to attend the July 4th celebration. Mrs. A. T. Buckels and Mrs. Clifford Buckels were Fairmont visitors Thursday. Thp Ray and Charles Winters spent Sunday with the Jerry Meet- TYKE THEATRE T1TONKA, IOWA PRIDAY-SATUBDAY, JULY 9-ie "TOP OP THE TOWN" With Doris Nolan and George Murphy SUNDAY-MONDAY, JULY 11-12 LOUIS-BRADDOCK FIGHT PICTURES And Feature "Penrod and Sam" WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY, JULY 14-15 "FAMILY AFFAIR" With Lionel Barrymore and Cecilia Parker FOR YOUR FORT DEARBORN HOTEL 550 $1 .50 ROOMS FROM Under new management this 18-story fireproof building Is being completely remodeled and refurnished .. . Every convenience, including running ice water in every room . . . New air conditioned Coffee Shop serving excellent food at lowest prices. LA SALLE & VAN BUBEN STREETS • Opposite LA SALLE STREET STATION ADMITTING THE MURDER AND ATTACK ON THREE little girls at Los Angeles, Calif., is Albert Dyer.WPA worker, a crossing guard in a park where the little girls were in the habit of playing. The five men facing the table are police and district attorney's office officials. With their backs to the camera are a witness at the left, and Dyer at the right. A police shorthand reporter is at the right of Dyer. The slayer said he lured the girls outside of the city, into n ravine, where they were to trap rabbits. Then he took them, one at n time, into the ravine where he first strangled them, then attacked them. The girls were 7, 8 and 9 years of age. CHICAGO lands where they enjoyed a plcni dinner. The Harry Moes, the Rev. Nelson the Harry Warburtons, the J. H Warburtons and their niece, Marj McKlnney spent Sunday evening a the Samuel Warburtons where the enjoyed a picnic supper. Mrs. Wilbur Sparks and Dell Grace Kline visited their parents here one evening last week. Dell; Grace is spending her vacatloi working for her sister, Mrs. Spark in the restaurant in Graettinger. Mesdames Charles Eggerth am Henry Mitchell returned Frida; from a vacation trip to several point, in Iowa. Mrs. Eggerth's mother Mrs. Minnie Slater, Glenwood, ac companied her home for severa weeks' visit. Dr. and Mrs, Robert Brown arriv ed from Canton, New York, Sunday for a visit with Mrs. Brown's sister Mrs. I. E. Wortman and family. Mr Brown is a professor in St. Law rence University. Lena Amnndson of Eagle Grove, another sister i also visiting the Wortmans. Mrs. LeRoy Husknnip is visiting her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Kline, while her husband is nt Cam] Dodge on road patrol study. Mrs Huskamp nnd Arlene Lewis drove to Esthcrville last Thursday to visi an uncle-in-law of Mrs. Huskamp who is in a hospital there. The Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerking came from Twin Lakes for the Sun day morning service and returned to Twin Lakes the same afternoon The Jerry Ukenns accompnniei them down and spent a few dayi there. Jerry's brother, the Rev Gerald Ukena nnd family, are also there for their vacation. Mrs. Edwin Flower nnd little daughter of Grand Junction, came Friday for a visit with friends here Mrs. Flower was formerly Beulah Sell and resided with her parents, .he William Bells enst of town. Mrs. Flower reports that her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Bell, left on June 1. for New Jersey to visit their son, Willard. The Rev. Harvey Nelson and two Dakota Epworth Leaguers, Eleanor Hoe and Snyde Patterson, three eaguers from Ledyard and three 'rom Buffalo Center with Mrs. jiiugcr, the pastor's wife, left on Monday for Okoboji to attend the League Institute. The group from the three towns will occupy the cottage owned by the Rev. Bert Weaver of Jolly, Iowa. There will be no preaching service at the local Methodist church hut Sunday School will meet as usual. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Craven and daughter, Miss Daisy Craven who is visiting with her parents, enjoying her vacation from her duties in Black's department store in Waterloo, drove to Ames Friday to spend the day with Misses Gladys and Beryl Boggess, and to celebrate little Caralou'a first birthday. Titonka Family Into New Home Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, owners of the Wilson cafe, moved Tuesday into their new modern and Mp to date home on French street. This new home is equipped with all the latest equipment for comfort, including an automatic oil heating furnace and air conditioner, water softener, etc., and furnished with new modernistic furnishings and hangings. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson are to be congratulated upon being able to build and furnish this splendid home after eight years of frugal labor and good management in their up-to-date cafe. Ledyard Families Visit Over Fourth Ledyard: Edward Halverson oe- companied his brother and family, Mr. nnd Mrs. Milo Halverson of Buffalo Center and Mrs. Martin Knllestad of Frost to North Dakota on Sunday to visit their brother, Andrew Halverson who is seriously ill in a hospital there. Visitors Arrive At Titonka To Attend Heifners Reunion Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. George Lamorcux and son. Markey of Marshalltown arrived Friday night for a few clays' visit with their many relatives and friends in this community, and to attend the annual Emma F. Htifner family reunion. Mrs. Lamoreux is a granddaughter of Mrs. Heifncr. Mrs. Fred Wentz of Blue Earth was the house guest Wednesday nt the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin Bleich. Mjss Twilah Hamstreet. daughter Hamstreet, is days with rel- of Dr. and Mrs. spending several How Much Will a Want Ad Cost? If you have something to buy, Sgll, trade or rent, or if you want something to buy, trade or rent, write you ad in the squares below, using one word in each square. Then add tlie total words, multiply each word by two cents, and send ad with amount to this newspaper. Want ads are read by everybody. Try one. Send Your Want Ad To The Algona Upper Des Moines Today atives at Clear Lake. Miss Patricia Ball, who is attending summer school at Iowa City visited over the week end, and the 4th with her parents, Dr. and Mrs R. C. Ball. Mrs. W. J. Denton received wore Saturday of the serious illness of her ;reat-aunt, Mrs. Sally Major, o Corwith. Mrs. Major is suffering with cancer, with no hopes of re- 'Overy. Mrs. J. D. Andrews is visiting at he home of her daughter, Mrs Archie Struthers (nee Carol Andews), at Sulphur Spring, Iowa. Mrs Struthers made the trip here to take itr mother home with her. William De Vail accompanied by lis friend, Miss Ann Sonnenberg, elebrated with Mr. De Vall's par- nts, meeting them at Fairmont, to pend thfl day together. Mr. De /all's parents live at St. James. Miss Lucile Peterson, daughter of rlr. and Mrs. Ernest Peterson, wa.3 most pleasantly surprised Friday evening when many of her young friends dropped in enmasse to help her celebrate her birthday. Ice cream, cake and sandwiches were served to the crowd. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tuttle of Los Angeles, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Sietsema and daughter. Miss Grace, left Tuesday morning for northern Minnesota on a two weeks fishing trip. Upon their return the Tuttles will return to their home in California. Mrs. Rose Plumb arrived here on Friday evening from her home in Green Mountain to attend the Emma F. Heifner annual family reunion. Mrs. Plumb is a daughter of Mrs. Heifner. After spending a few LEDYARD NEWS . weeks here, Mrs. Plumb will leave for California to visit at the home of a daughter. The Leon Wordens spc*>.t Sunday in Fairmon' nr.d at the l.\' e° there. The George Thompson family spent Sunday afternoon at Interlaken. There will bo no church services in the Methodist church next Sunday, July 11. The Rev. and Mrs. A. A. Depping visited this pnst week with relatives nt Wnukon and Baxter. The George and Anton Andersons of Chicago spent the week end nt the parental Gas Anderson home. The Wm. Gnrrys nnd Mrs. Wnlsh left Saturday for Interlnken where they had n cottage for several days. Mrs. Edwnrd Knonc.- drove to Stnm Lnko Fn'Ji.y to Ink • her ino'.hpr, Mrs .1. A. Barge- of Lakota. Mrs. Rose Monlton of Swea City spent the wock end here and with her son, the Frank Moultons of Blue Earth. Maxine Wortlen, who visited this past work iit the Leon Worden home, left Saturday for her home in Dows. The Ernest .Tenrensons of Elmore nnd the Aielt Troffs were Sunday puests nt the parental Albert Barnes home. Annn, Agnes and Hattie Olson o Bancroft nnd Hnnnh nnd Esther O son of Minneapolis cnlled Sunday « D. B. MViyer home. Lnrs Skanr nnd Joe Troff drov the two Skna>- trucks to Moline, III Snturdny to bring bnck machine^ for Boudrye & Carpenter. Mrs. Dorc Freeh nnd Peggy o Al;;onn visted Fridny at the D. A. Link home. Peggy remained to visit her grandparents for n week. Jenn Gnble is visiting this week nt the Ed Christ home in Fores) City. Mnrjorie Gable spent the week end at the Martin Cubic home in Grant. Mrs. Martha Gable accompanied :he Paul Oldenburgs of Elmore to Eldora on Saturday where Mrs. jnble visited her mother, Mrs. Ruhnke. They returned Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Link, Betty Louise and Darr^ll of Cedar Rnp- ids came Saturday to visit relatives over the Fourth. On Sunday the D. A. Links nnd the Roy Links attended H family picnic at the lakes. D. A. Carpenter nnd son, Elvin left Saturday morning for Chicago. Mrs. Elvin Carpenter who has been visiting her parents at Olin, joined them and accompanied them to Chicago where they were to spend the Fourth. Mrs. D. B. Mayer and daughters, Barbara and Peggy Lou returned Saturday from n two weeks' visit at Waterloo and Birmingham. Mnr- jorie Mayer remained in Birmingham to visit at the home in her aunt, Mrs. A. C. Miller fur a month The following girls of the Epworth League left Monday for Okoboji to attend the annual institute: Edith Logan. Muriel Recce, Cleo Gable, Alvira Halverson and Beulah Looft. They will be accompanied by Rev. Nelson, Sndie Patterson, und Eleanor Moe of Lakota and by Mrs. Gauger nnd four girls of Buffalo Center. P. Torino and son. Lyie of Boncroft visited Tuesday at the Em I Larson home. _ Mr. and Mrs. Will Thompson returned Friday from a trip to the Black Hills. South Dakota. Mrs Anna Clark stayed at the Thompson home while they were away. John Deim together with his. daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ber't and their daughter, Shirley Aiv.i, lift l'is' week Friday on a ten-day trip to Frederic)-;:. Colorado. Miss Maxine Erickson who is taking n nurses' training course in the Midway hospital, St. Paul, is spending; a few days' vacation at the home of her parents, the Forest Erirksons. Mr. av 1 Mr-. F-orl Fnhy nf Tip-.- herLaki. .-'outh Dnitotn. visited Friday with Mrs. Fnhy's cousin, Mrs. Emil Ltr'ion. Thi'V report. Fouth Dakota looking fine, plenty r,f rain and nrr rnjoyiiiR vcuctahlcs frnm pardons with prospects for crops looking fine 1 now. Mrs. Forest Erickson has been in St. Pan! the past week culled there by the ilealh of her sister. Julia Lindblonm. Miss Linclbloom is a (laughter of John A. Llndblom nnd was born in Eagle township. In her teen age she moved with her parents to St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ollom. South St. Paul, Minn., spent the Fourth at the Herman Putz home. Notice of Resolution to Dissolve The Call Opera House Company STATIC OF 1O\VA. KOSS1JTH COUNTY. SS. TO AI.I, WHOM IT MAY CONCKISN I'nlillr nolleo Is hereby given Hint nt n special mcetiiiK of the stockholders of (In- ('nil opera ICoilsi Company, n eorporat Ion organize*, nm! existing under mill bv rlrtm> of Ihe laws or tin. state "f Iowa nm' held nl Nn. :!ni North TlmrirKton Street.. In the city of AlKona Stall f lown. mi thv fitli <!ny nf .lime. 1U;',7 I the hour <if .'1:111) o'clock I". M. nt \vliii-h incotiiiK all "f tl.o stockholders representing all of the cnp- llal stork of said corporation were present, thp following resolution \vns unanimously adopted liy said stockholders, all tho voles represented by Ihe whole stork of said eorporalloh belnK cast In favor of Ihe adoption of said resolution: •!M-:sol,Vl ; :i>. Ihnt the minutes of the special rneoliinc of the llnnnl of I'lrcrtor.s of the eorporatlon helil nt No. S»l North ThorluKlon Street City of AlKona, Stale of Jowa. in tl.e nth ilay of .Tune. 1!C!7. at 2:::> o'clock In the afternoon, he am! sain mites are hereby approved, ratified and confirmed and tlie reeom- mendations to the stockholder* I herein made tiro hereltv acceple, nnd approved: UKSOI.VKI) I'TIITIIKI:. that al ads and things done liv the Hnan ( iMr.'ctors nml Mffleers of tlie ei.r- ponitlon from its Ineeptlon to date In and tin; same ar" hi-rehy approved ratified and eonllrmed. The proposition of N. C. 1'Jce o Aluora. Iowa, to Imy the real estnti upon wlileli the Call opera llousi slonil prior lo Us dexl met Ion bv fin In April. 11U7. for tl.e sum of I3.lion.iii and the further propoMtion to dls solve the corporation and wind up Its affairs WIIH laid before tlie meet lllK. Aftfl- fllll dl.sCUHSion ,(,|ll dcjlll erallon Mild upon motion ilulv maili and seriinled the following rcxolii lion was unanimous! v iidoplcd: \vnii:in-:AS. tin- ca'n opem iiousi of Athena, /own. In .April. lfi:{7, was desiroyeil by fire which was i i- I sateil for liy Insurance jn the MHO of f K'.lHHMlii; and. \\ IIKKIOAS. It IK no longer possible to conduct and operate moving picture shows aril do a general opera 'Use and JIlovlllW pfcfure .--how hljs- •ss vvllhout reliiiihllni; said opera house; jiocl. XVIIKIIKAS. the proceeds of sulil Insurance ami Ihe real estate upon willed said opera I.,,use slum! are Ihe snlr a = «eto of ilils eorpor.l lion. and II has- unpaid lln)i||l;le.« or dehts In Ihe ;i|>|>r»\lin,-iii> yum of $.?B()ft nil • and. \VHK!!K.AS. N. c. i;| ..... ,f AlKona. Iowa, has offered to Imy said real estate I'm- Ihe sum of $:T.Oinl.ilO In crts/i; m:il. \VIIKI:MAS. in MH- opinion of tiio -•loekliolders (lie s-.il.l ..IT.-r of dlf said N. c. lilee lo hu> «ald real estate should lie accepted an. I the corporn- lion dlssolveil and its affalis wound tip. he il KKSOIA'KM. thai Ihe propocit Inn of i I.e said N. c. p.iee to Iniy «aid real estate lie and the same i? hereby accepted and the Hoard of IMieet- irs is hereb\ anlhoi(/eij, enipoiver- d and directed tc. eonvey s-aid real state, said conveyance to hn en cut- d in liehalf of the . oi-piiratlon l,v he rrcsitl.Tl ati't Sc'-i >-l ,ir ee'-ipf "f MIC s.-i id -^1171 " I' n cash rrom Hie ^ai,l N. Ihe purchase prl. il deliver iii th d.-ed I" '"li,! re:i| nil nfces^ar affairs. Mated this 19:17. ; step? filh ilnv to wind up Its ' of .Tilly. A T)., C T. CHCHR. I're-idrnt. ii'isri 11: c.vr.i,. Secretary. up, , . . l:i, e fo and to ,. \eeui. s .,|,| N. I'. IMe ,.-l:ite. eow mor --, I i!., i .,.: follows. n-Tlilrdi is "-:\\ of • i:: .il I' at i' Til: Ih. I-. I ! ,i | upor •O;IMI]' I i. n if -:i:,| - ; i|,. ,,f said st a ! <• t !•<• ]M''-^ii|' lit Mini t lie •f "' iponition be ..,,!.! (hey a r'e h.'i'el.y a il I Inn l/ci|. emiiowreij nnd lireclcd In t;ik,- all neccssarv steps to « ', '!> Ms aflaii^: I,, p» v ,-i ||' | ts .lehlH nnd ohliUiilliois. ||, distribute I 1 "' '>alan f anv money remaining iis assets: anioiiKst tlie slock- •Iders In proportion to tlicir hold- u« In Ihe eoriiorailoris- „ t (lie (line if nnal dislriliiitlnn. to Rlvc. publl>-|, II.il tile Wlillcil Notice ,,|- IHvsol,,- loii. I,ii;el her W |||i I'roof of |-ni>.. leatloii. and to execute and Ille all Jtlier Insd iiinenls and do all other hltiKs neeessnry to dissolve this •orpornnon ]„ ,],,, ,„„„,„,,. provided You art- further notified tlml In I'ursuMnce ,,t s,, M resolution the o f. neers of s,,id corporation are takliiK 220 Acre Bargain l li heavy soil, larsre sef of line buildings. Ail woven wire IVnce. close 1 (o two n'ond tuwns. Oul of stale owner says to sell if NOW. If is ]>ric- (Ml <00 loW. •See Us At Once Me Donald & Co. Phone 125 Algona Swea-Eagle News G Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass Greenkeig Auto Supply 36-tf Born to Mr. and Francis Torine, a daughter, Sunday, June 27. Warren Dieblcr was a Sunday vis- tor at the Roy Dieblers, Titonka. Glen Crossley of Ames visited this week at the George Moore home. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Schwint are parents of a daughter born last Fri- cay. Mr. and Mrs. David Friets of Ledyard, were Sunday callers at the Emil Larsons. Miss Olive Croasley of Ames was a week end visitor at the Martin Molinder home. Mrs. Otis Hulland and son, Earl of Boone visited Sunday at the J.' El Harrier home. Mrs. Harry Linde and Mrs Frank Isaacson visited Tuesday at the Orrie Johnson dome near AJgonu. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stoutenberg of Burt spent Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Harold Jones. Miss Anna Lnidblom of Kalamazoo, Michigan, visited last week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Forest Erickson. Mr. and Mrs. R. Looby and sou, Edward, of Artesian, South Dakota. were visitors Thursday at the F. C. McGregor home. Mrs. Rudolph Nelson and son, Richard and daughter, June, Mrs. Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins and Rupture I use the ambulant method In treating these conditions. This means that you suffer very little If any pain, do not have to go to bed or lose any blood. You can go right en with your regular work and lose no time except for a few minutes in my office once a week. You are welcome to come in for an examination without charges. At that time I can explain my method of treatment. Dr. S. W. Meyer, D. 0. GENERAL HOSPITAL Algona, Iowa 21-tf How To Look and Feel Fresh and Cool It's easy, when you let The Modern keep your clothes in comfortable condition for summer. Services for Men and "Women You cnn trust the finest summer fabrics . . . the best tailoring . . . the most delicate colors ... to The Modern's gentle, thorough cleansing methods. PHONE 573 FOR PICK-UP Every wool garment is mothproofed— guaranteed for six months or until garment is rc- clcaned elsewhere. Modern Dry Cleaners What's a Picnic without Pepsi-Cola liny ire c,»ld Pepsi-Cola in the Special lVpsi-<'.,la Your Dealer (.'an Supply You 27-29 NIGHT BASEBALL I Friday July 9th Piney Woods, Mississippi (Colored Team) Algona Grays BASEBALL PARK—ALGONA—8:30 P. M. See The New Colored Catcher For The Grays (SUNDAY NITE, JULY IITH^CHARLES CITY UONS

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