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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 9,1937 Mr. and Mrs. Ons Helnrlch and son, Ronald of Clear Lake were callers at the Herb Furst home, Friday. Doris Reynold* of Orinnell wag a guest of Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Schaap Tuesday and Wednesday. Doris is a sister of Mrs. Schaap. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bach of Fairbury, Illinois, were dinner guests Monday of their old friends, Mr. and Mru. C. C. Schaflach. Mrs. H. 3. Drench of Coltnan, South Dakota, was a guest from Sunday until Wednesday of her sister, Mrs. Josephine Stanton. Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Olson and son, Melvin, and Mary Wyse returned Tuesday noon from a week's vacation spent at Menahga in northern Minnesota. Mrs. Nan Burroughs of Tucson, Arizona, is a house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh. Mr. . and Mrs. Murtagh drove to Nevada Sunday and brought h«r here. Mrs. 3. H. Brechtbtll and Mrs. .J. O. F. Price are expecting their nephew and nfece, Homer and Carmen Eggerth of Spokane, Washington, today. (Thursday) for a visit. Harry Eby, Max Eby and Walter Levon of Chicago were week end guests of Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Fox. Harry Is Mrs. Fox's father, Max a nephew and Walter a friend of Mrs. Fox. Mrs. Charlen I* Bryant of St. Louis, Missouri, arrived from Sioux City, where she had been visiting friends and relatives Tuesday for a 10 day visit with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. W. T. Reidy. Glen Raney, Olen Shore, Dr. Walter Fraser and C. B. Matson left on Tuesday for Clear Lake to attend the clergy-layman conference of the Episcopal church of Iowa which was held at the Bishop Morrison Lodge. Mrs. B. L. Hilliard of South Bend, Indiana, and Ruth Bishop, who is a teacher in the Iowa City schools, will return to their homes, Friday, after visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop for the past 10 days. Get On a Bender! Sink under your seat with laughs. Be cock-eyed with howls and get tight with glee. "TOPPER" From Thorne Smith's Novel FILMED with a trick camera. ITS NOVEL as television. Cary Grant Connie Bennett Roland Young Blllie Burke Wed.-Thurs., Sept. 15-16 Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Crawford an family of Minneapolis left Monda after visiting since Thursday wit Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf The women are sisters. Fred Kent, Jr., son ot Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent, left Sunday fo Missouri, where he will attend th Kelper Military Academy. His par ents drove him down, returning on Wednesday. Rev. and Mrs. R. Voorhles hav moved into the parsonage of th Nazarene church. They arrived on Friday from Kimball, South Dak ota. Rev. Voorhies is the new past or of the Nazarene church. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Walz and son, Jimmy, of Winona, Minnesota were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyt Muckey from Monday until Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Walz ar uncle and aunt of Valeria and Rus sell Plckett. Mr. and Mra. D. J. Scanlon o Rock Valley arrived Tuesday fo a visit at the home of Dr. and Mrs F. C. Scanlon. They are the par ents of Dr. Scanlon. Dr. and Mrs Scanlon met them at Fenton, Tues day evening. Mr. and Mm. R. J. Or over of Des Moines spent the week end at the home of Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Wai lace. Marie Grover of Burt was a guest there Sunday. Mr. Grover is a brother and Marie a sister 01 Mrs. Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Furat and family and Maxine Dailey drove to Renwick last week Thursday and visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs L. W. Heetland. They also spen Wednesday with relatives at Lakota and Buffalo Center. Mm. Frank Shllte and Mr*. LeRoy McWhorter drove to Mason City last week Wednesday on a business and pleasure trip. They had dinner with John Shllts, son ol the former, who Is employed In the Decker offices at Mason City. Mrs. Maude McBroom returnee Wednesday from a lake In northern Minnesota, where she had been for a week's rest and will visit until Friday with her sister, Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Mrs. McBroom is the principal of the elementary school at the University of Iowa. Rev. W. G. Muhleman held the quarterly conference at Forest City, Tuesday evening for Rev. C. H. Seward, who was a former pastor here at the Methodist church. Rev. Seward underwent a serious sick attack this year but kept up his church throughout it all. L. M. Osterbauer arrived Tuesday morning from Ottawa, Illinois, coming here to visit his sister, Mrs. Ann Fechner and to attend the Kossuth county fair. Mr. Osterbauer has been manager of the Creedon Hotel at Ottawa for 14 years. Mrs. Fechner will return with him for a vis- It. USED CARS 1935 Oldsmobile 6 Sedan 1935 Chevrolet Standard Sedan ^cwpd tudpr ~ 'th'' deiuke'touring iudor * 1937 Oldsmobile Sedan 1937 Plymouth Sedan HOENK MOTOR SERVICE Wwit of Court llouw MM ALWAYS COOL. >•& Now Through Saturday—Two Faetures 21c Hoot Gibson Grant Withers In in "Biding Avenger" "Paradise Express" Dick Tracy Serial Sunday-Monday, Sept. 12-13 Two Great Attractions 21c Clark GABLE VIWB Tues., Sept. 14—Extended run moved from New Call Eobt. Taylor, Eleanor Powell in "BROADWAY MELODY OP 1938" Lewis Burnman of Charles City was a guest of Burdene Towne, on Tuesday. Melzar Falkenhainer drove to Rod Oak, Sunday, to visit his children Tasker and Diane. Betty Meron of Estherville Is vis iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs R. H. Miller for a few days. A regular church service win be held at 11 o'clock, Sunday forenoon Sept. 12 at the Episcopal church. Rev. P. -I. Braner preached Sun day afternoon for the mission fest ival of the Lutheran church at Fen ton. Eleanor Doe of Piprsfone, Mln nesota, arrived Friday for a twc week's visit with Dr. and Mrs. W. Fox. Mrs. George Rnnkln of Teketnah Nebraska, called on her old schoo friend, Mrs. H. M. Olson, Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Falkenhainc: of St. Paul will spend the week end at the home of the former 1 ! daughter, Mrs. H. W. Pletch. Mrs. Tracy Venennm and child ren of Winona, Mo., arrived here to make their home with the form er's daughter, Mrs. Jack Frosf? Evelyn Smith, daughter of Mrs Clyde Smith, left Wednesday fo Cedar Falls, where she Is a senior at the Iowa State Teachers Col lege. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Bandy am daughter, Jane, of Britt are th guests today of Mr. and Mrs. C H. Williams, and will attend th fair here. Paul Hamil, who is employed as jeweler in the Leper Optical company in Mason City, spent the week end with his wife at the Frank Zender home. Mrs. Carl Van Koven waa calle* to Esthcrvllle, Monday evening, b; the death of her mother, Mrs. G. H Stevens. She died at her home after an illness of four years. Wilfred Carlson, general agent for the Northwestern Mutual Ins Co., at Swea City, won a prize 01 an electric roaster in a contest helc recently for insurance increase. Marvin Waller of St Paul, a brother of R. B. Waller, vlsltec here Saturday and Sunday, returning home Monday. He is employed In the Minnesota state capital. Eleanor Payne, student nurse a( the Mercy hospital at Mason City, visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne, Tuesday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Wagner of Smith Center, Kansas, arrived on Wednesday for a visit at the home of Rev. and Mrs. George Vance. They are the parents of Mrs. Vance. B. P. Benson of Albion and his brother, Pete, of Hayfield, spent he week end at the former's home here. B. P. Benson is the depot agent at Albion on the M. & St. L. railroad. Lieut, and Mrs. M. A. Peterson and family of Annapolis will arrive Monday for a week's visit with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Willrett, George Hohenberger, Sr., and Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner attended the mission festival of the Lutheran congregation at Llvermore, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Bin. Lee Bunuejr of Wteettntn fteplds, Wtooiuiiv*** ORDER NOW FOR EARLY DELIVERY AVOID THE RUSH! It wont be long before coal prices will ba skyrocketing. That's why Phone 308 you should place your order now... we nave a full supply at rock-hot- Bijg'ht now torn prices. Grain & Coal Go, South of Milwaukee Depot rived Tuesday and will visit the rest of the week with Mr. and Urs. M. P. Weaver. The guests are cousins of Mrs. Weaver. .Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Miller return- d home, Friday, after six months n Glendale, California. Mr. Millr was employed for the first Jive months and spent the last month raveling throughout the state. Mr. and Mrs. O»cur Gilley, Mr. md Mrs. Dean Brownell and Mrs. Nora Brownell of Maynard, Iowa, will visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt, Sunday. The guests arc relatives of Mr. Pratt. Esther Pratt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt, will leave Sunday for Minneapolis where she will take a course in business training at a business college. Esther attended Iowa State College at Ames last year. Oonlon Loebig who has been helping at the Rufus Welter drug store in Corwith, resigned his position there the latter part of last week and Monday morning commenced work in Algona as clerk In the Anderson Jack Sprat store here. .Mr. and Mn*. Harry Otteraon of Washington, D. C., arrived Sunday an dare guests this week at the home of Mr. and Mm. Loyd Wellendorf. Mr. Ottemon Is employed by the Pullman Company in Washington. Mrs. Otterson and Mrs. Wellendorf are brother and sister. I)r. and Mm. Ralph Menxel of Ames are moving to Salt Lake City Sunday. Mrs. Menzel Is the •laughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver. Dr. Menzel will be the professor of chemistry in a college at Salt Lake City. At Ames he was the assistant to the professor of chemistry at the Iowa State College. K. R. Sollitroin will take hU MICHAEL ESSER, ONCE WHITTCMORE RESIDENT, DIES AT FARGO, N.D. Whittemoore: Michael Esser, 72,, Casselton, North Dakota, former resident and a brother of Albert Esser, Mrs. Henry Felder and Mrs. Matt Krebsbach of Whittemore and Frank Esser of Algona, died Thursday in a hospital at Fargo. Mr. Esser was taken to the hospital on August 11. Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Felder, Albert Esser, and Mrs. Matt Krebsbach and Frank Esser of Algona drove to Fargo to see their brother. When they left on Thursday morning, he was apparently feeling pretty well. When they arrived home, there was a telegram stating that he had passed away ofily a few hours after their departure. He leaves to mourn his death, his wife, three brothers and three sisters, Albert Esser, Mrs. Henry Felder, and Mrs. Lena Krebsbach of Whittemore, Frank Esser and Mrs. Lizzie Koppen of Algona and Joe Esser of Midway City, Calif. Eleven children also survive: Otto, Simon, Lawrence, Cunegundes Schmitt and Rosella of Casselton, North Dakota; Mrs. Dora Fandel and Mrs. Marie Blake of Mason City; Mrs. Eva Becker of Wells, Minn.; Victor, Celestine and Cletus of Los Angeles, Calif. Married 24 Years A number of relatives gathered at the Art Heidenwith home Friday evening to help Mr. and Mrs. Heidenwith celebrate their 24th wedding anniversary and to also help Mrs. Heidenwith celebrate her birthday. Those who attended were Mrs. Emilie Heidenwith, Rosella Volgt and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Algona, the Herman Volgt, Geo. Schuttz, Henry Lauck, families, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer and son, Walter, all of here. Two Stork Calls Mr. and Mrs. James Hogan are parents of a girl, Mary Rae, born Thursday at the local hospital. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Benschoter are parents of a boy born at an Algona hospital, Saturday. Sunday Dinner Guests Sunday dinner guests at the Chas. Salz home were: Mr. and Mrs. John Winkelman, Mr. and Mrs. John Turnbaugh and Mrs. Fred Boland and daughter, Theresa of Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Will Poland and Joe Poland of Everly; Mrs. Conrad Loebach. Mrs. Ben Rusch and son and William Salz of Lenore. 111.; Walter Schall of Rockwell; Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hagemnn of Blunt, South Dakota; Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Loebach, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Knecht and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kollasch and family, all of here. The E. M. Sheidler family, Fort Dodge, visited at the Curtis Sheidler home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Schattschneider spent a couple of days the first of the week with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCreery and daughter, Valerie of Fonda, visited at the Dr. J. W. McCreery and H. S. Dailey homes. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson, Rolfe, accompanied by Miss Francis Hurley of Rolfe were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Herman Volf?t home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueckcr spent Sunday at the Erwin Kuecker home at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer of Garner were also visiting at the Erwin Kueckers. Bernard McDonald took his sister, Mrs. Al Rech to Bode, Friday, from where she left for her home at South Gate. Calif., after having visited with relatives here one month. Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher and sons, Norman and Paul, left Tuesday afternoon for Wall Lake, where they will spend ten days at the home of Mrs. Discher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peters, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Behrends of Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan of Burt, Miss Josephne Behrends of Chicago a/id Mr. Hymand Akelburg of Aurora, 111., were Sunday dinner guests at the James Kelso home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kueckcr and son, Donald and Mrs. Anna Wilson of West Bend and Mrs. Henry Kuecker drove to Round Lake, Minn., Thursday to visit Mrs. Sophia Thompson, a sister of the three ladies. On their way home, they stopped at the Lloyd Luchsinger home in Graettinger. Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher received word Sunday of the death of the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Pratt of Early. The son was run over by an auto and killed instantly on Saturday evening. Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher and family attended the funeral at Lake View, Tuesday. Mrs. Pratt is a cousin of Mrs. Discher. Mr. nnd Mrs. Oscar Hammond finrl Kttlo son nnd Mr. and Mrs Will Hnmmonil find Mr. nnd Mrs Arthur Greenfield nml Rdith were Sundny dinner guests at tho Clem Cunningham homo near Irvington Mrs. Snrnh Wise nnd daughter Mrs. Drusilla Noble, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Arch Burger of Burt (o Staples. Minn., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ophoim. They started on Thursday of last week. Mrs Opheim is the former Nell Wise. Rewrites Of News From Last Tuesday's Kostuth County Advance John Baas, Vera Knecht, Married At Whittemore Whittemore: John Baas, son of Mrs. Charles Baas of here, and Miss Vera Knecht, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Knecht of Algona were united in marriage at the St. Paul's Lutheran parsonage here Tuesday morning at nine o'clock. Rev. W. H Discher performed the ceremony. Winifred Knecht, brother of the bride, acted as best man and Evelyn Volght, a friend, acted a* brides- .wM jU$Ued In a. * ^. blue ault with blue * accessor lea and wore a corsage of yellow gladiol and roses. Miss Volgt wore a grey suit with black accessories and wore a corsage of pink gladioli and roses. A dinner was served to 15 guests at the Silver Grey cafe in Algonn, after which the couple left for a honeymoon to Yellowstone National Park. , They will make their home on Mr. Baas' farm south of town after the 15th. Bob and Palmer, and Gertrude Nelson, daughter of Mrs. Alma Nelson, to St. Peter, Minnesota, Sunday. Gertrude is a senior at the Gust- iivus Adolphus college and Bob a junior. This is Palmer's first year. He has been employed at the Akre grocery for the past two years, and Tom Bruns is taking his place. Lotts Greek News Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler and family were Sunday evening visitors at the Win. Lauck home. The Arnold Meines entertained the Little German Band at a watermelon party Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bell and family of West Bend were callers at the Otto Wichtendahl home Sunday afternoon. The Ladies' Aid meets Friday afternoon in the Lof.ts Creek parochial school basement with Mrs. Martin Meyer as hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radlg, Donald and Evelyn drove to Dea Moines Monday morning where the latter entered college. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lauck, Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Winkel, Mr. and Mr*. Andrew Elbert, Mr. rod Mra. BUI Elbert left early Monday morning for a flanlng trip at Leech Lake. Mr. and Mr». Wm. Huron and daughter, Harcella from Dolliver and a daughter, Viola from Dag Moinwi ware Sunday afernooo call- era at the Jofen Markgraf home. Reunion The Frank Kollasch, P. G. Kol- usch, Leo Kollasch. Andrew El- >crt and Frank Rochford families, iluth and Beatrice Kollasch and Mrs. Theresa Kollasch and Theresa ind John all of here, attended u Kollasch family reunion at the Henry Kaschmitter home In Sheldon. HIM Blood I'oUoniiiK Mr. and Mrs. James Kelso, Sr., received word one day last week that their son, James, Jr., of Davenport had been in a hospital in Davenport with blood poisoning. James, Jr., is feeling better now and is out of the hospital, but is otill under the doctor's care. DUlocak* Elbow Donald, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stigman, fell Friday while at play and fractured and dislocated his elbow. M. E. Aid Elect* The Methodist Ladies' Aid met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Campney. Election of officers was held. Mrs. R. A. Bartlett was reelected president, and Mrs. Elmo Barber, secretary and treasurer. Jim Bisenius recently purchased a new Chevrolet. Edna McDonald of Sioux City visited her mother, Mrs. Mike McDonald one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Bulge-man drove to Clarksville, Saturday, to spend a few days with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Finley and family of Flint. Mich., are spending this week at the L. E. Doyle home. Mr. and Mrs. Art Geilenfeld and family of Luverne, were Saturday evening dinner guests at the Louis Braatz home. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cole and sons, John and Jerry of Cudur Falls, spent the week end jt I lie John S. Cullen home. Willis Farrell of Waterloo is spending a couple of days this week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrell. Mr, and Mrs. Ed Merriun of Rockford, 111., and Ed Goetscli of Houston, Texas, visited at the Carl Ebert home Monday. Nina, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Faber, entertained a number of girls Saturday at her home in honor of her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Fandel drove to Sioux City Thursday to take their son and daughter, James and Ada, to attend school there. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vaudt of here and Mr. and Mrs. Curl Morck and daughter, Virginia attended the Minnesota state fair a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vaudt of LuVerne, Mr and Mra. William Vaudt and Mr. and Mru. Herman Vaudt attended a reunion at Interlaken park, Sunday. Ralph Braatz of Mnplcton, Minn., spent the week end at the Louis Braatz nome. Ralphs sister, Esther Braatz. accompanied him back to Mapletoti to make her home. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Elbert and son. Otto and Durwood Walters, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vaughn were Sunday dinner guests at the Louis Elbert home at Pocahontas. Mr. and Mrs. Will Meyer and son, Alvin, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behnke visited with the Becker families at North- rdp, Minn.,' Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. George Winkel, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lauck and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Elbert left Monday morning for a few weeks' fishing trip at Leech Lake and other points in northern Minnesota. Shower At Ottosen For Bride, Monday Otto.si.-n: A miscellaneous .shower was given in honor of Mrs. Donald | a two-way dres.iiiiK table. Mi-Bain of iJes MiiincH formerly Kn- FAC'INO ROBBERY charges an George A. Allen. 20, and Earl Layman. 25. both transients. who were bound to the grand jury Mon day morning by Mayor C. F. Spccht on charge of holding up the Deep Rock filling station here, managed by Walter Meyers, late Thursday evening of last week. They were Identified by Meyers, after being ar rested at Fort Dodge, Friday night when patrolmen received reports that two suspicious looking char acters had been hanging around a certain car. Laymon was armei when arrested. The youths were under bonds of $1.000, which they had not furnished. The crime o' transporting a stolen car across a state line is a federal offense, and as the men had driven a stolen car from Blue Earth to Fort Dodge they may also have federal prosecu lion. In the meantime, they are bound over to the September term of court in Algona. * * * FIVE LOCAL HOMES were re ported sold last week by C. W. Nic oulln, local realtor. Homes sold were the Ziemer home to J. B. John ston, the Mary Dunn bungalow to Mrs. George Holtzbauer, the Harry Wilson home to Alice Sabin, the Lottie Kain house to Dr. P. V. Jansc and the R. H. Guderian tenanl house to Edna M. Smith. * * # Et'GENE WALSH, who broke jail here last October, was returned to the local jail Saturday by Sheriff Casey Loss, from Glasgow. Montana, where he was arrested. It is planned to try Walsh on a charge of violating the state narcotic laws, on which charge he was originally arrested last fall, at Burt. Since his escape he lost an eye pierced by a shot, the whys and wherefores of which he did not divulge. He is held in solitary confinement at the jail at present. * * * ALICE HUNT, 22, of Swea City, killed herself Monday morning at her parents' home, by shooting herself in the head with a shotgun. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delbcrt Hunt, who live five miles north of Swea City in Grant township. No motive was offered for the act, except that the young lady had been In a nervous condition. Funeral services were to be held Tuesday afternoon at Swea City. * • • JOHN O. MIJLLIN8, who farms near Wesley, has announced an expansion of his hybrid seed corn business, and has 20 acres grown for seed. New drying equipment is be Ing built al Corwtth which has bin room for 6,000 bushels of seed corn He plans a field day there next Tuesday. * * • JAMES A. FARLEY, postmaster general of the U. S.. was unable to n«'t to AlK'ina for the proposed dedication of the new postoffice, .slated originally for today. * * * PORTLAND I-II girls won a stati- fair ribbon. Virginia Trenitry and LaVonnn Ringsdorf won a ri-d ribbon for their demonstration of id RichardH, at the Lutheran church imrlor.s Monday afternoon. The bride received many beautiful and useful gifts. Enid Richards is the only daughters ot Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rich- irds and was married it year and i half ago. Her marriage was announced last month by her mother. Enid is a graduate of the Ottosen ligh school with the class of I<j;i4. She attended Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, Iowa University at towa City and the University of iopeHota last year. Mr. and Mrs. Donald McBain will make their home in Chicago. Ruth Soppeland of Vincent is vis- ting her sister, Mrs. Oliver Christensen, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hc-nrikson and Mrs. Rasmussen spent Sunday at fhe Donald Usher home at J'redericksburg. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid will meet Wednesday, Sept. 15, at the .-hurch parlors with Mrs. LeRoy Kleppe and Mrs. Henry Lovlg as io.slua.-ju3. Visitors at the Peter Holt home Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Sew- trd Holt and daughter, Mary Katharine, Mr. and Mrs. E. Veil, all of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holt of Sheldon; Mr. and Mrs. Ber- lard Jacobs and daughter, Patty Ann of West Bend and Mr. and r:j. Lorun Daniels and sons. SEXTON NEWS | v&&ya&®&^ Esther Fitch spent Sunday at the ionic of her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fitch. Kdiiu NordstroKi of Algona is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Chester Fitch. Mr. und Mru. Ferris Johnson and family of 'jilmoru City were- visitors Sunday at the W. C Taylor home. Eveyn Oxley went to Bancroft Monday to teach home economics und Englisii in the Bancroft high school. Mrs. Grace Green and daughter, Mrs. Keith Sheppurd were Sunday dinner guests ut the home of Mrs. VV. J. Green. Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum und children and Jim Bluine spent the week end at Fairmont, Minn., on a Hulling trip. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Day of Belvidere. 111., spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise. Mrs. Day and Mrs. Wise were former college room mates, Miss Marie Pfeffer went home on Sunday after spending three week* at the home of her sister, Mrs. Wm Green, caring for Mrs. Green and the new baby, Gary Eugene. Leonard Christ, Wife Lakota, Are Injured Lnkota: Mr. and Mrs. t,oonnrrl Christ and little son nnd daughter. drove to Wallingford Wednesday of last week, and on their way home, near Dolliver ran into loose gravel, causing their car to strike the end of a bridge. The rrn. rnlifri over into a flv» font ditrh. but they were able Ml RP( thrnogh a <1r»or. They got help to right the machine, nnd drove to Dolliver for oil. gas. etc.. and although the car was damaged, they drove it home. Mr. Christ suffered an injured shoulder, Mrs. Christ a broken nose, and Arvllla was badly bruised. Th» little boy was not hurt TIIK REDING FAMILY held its annual reunion. Sunday, at the Kt. Joseph parish hall, with 30 families represented. The committee in charge ron.sistcd of Mesdames Jas. Reding, Jorm Weydert and Matt Kirsch. * * • ARLENE L. GRAN/OW, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abort Granzow, and Lester G. Kenyon of Dubuquc, who is the bookkeeper in the Cowan & Son office, were married Saturday at the Little Brown church near Nashua. Mr. and Mrs. Granzow entertained the bridal party at Charles City, Saturday evening at a dinner party. Mrs. Kenyon graduated from the Algona high school in 1935, and she has since been employed in the office of O. S. Reiley, secretary of the chamber of commerce. They are making their home in the Bergfleld apartment, on South Thornigton street. • » • A CLINK' for crippled children from three counties, 21 years of age or younger will be held at Algona, I Friday, Sept. 17, at the Kossuth hospital. Diagnosis and suggestion for treatment will be given free of charge at the clinic, under ttie auspices of the county medical societies. Follow-up treatments will be arrangud for by tin- child's local physician. Mrs. Lillian Kerr of Iowa City is making arrangements for the local clinic. Funds for the clinic come from the Social Security act. Braatz Family Reunion Whittemure: Mr. and Mrs. \\Yrn- er Braatz and family. Kinil Hiaai/,. Mr. and Mrs. I,oui.-> Ilratt/. an i family all of here atlcn-lni a fainiiy reunion at Sunday. Others who attended w-r--: Mr. ami Mrs. Jim Burnettu and three children. Mrs. Otto '/abul ot' Milwaukee. Wis.. Ralph Itru.itz of Mapleton, Minn.. Alvina anil Herbert Braat/.. Thelina Piltz. Lk-lva. Schultz and Art Putz of Minnesota, Lake, Minn Richpoint News Lyle Raney attende dthe Medin wedding in Cedar Rapids Sunday. Dick Potter, Algona. spent the week end at the Hugh Raney home. Walter Barr and family were callers at the John Weber home Sunday evening. The Frank Capesius ami Steve Devnie families attended the Reding reunion at St. Joe Sunday. J. A, Johnson and George Johnson and families went tu Fort Dodge Sunday to atten :i family picnic at the Dolliver Park. rvuA 7& SHOE FA A LL triumph in SUEDE ..«a"steal" from the bright summer multi- colors ... this handsome tie is done in rich Autumn shades of brown.. or in black, garnet and gunmetal! It's a "find" at Kresensky's SHOES HOSIERY DRESSES m SLEEK and LOVELY NEW! Sleekly Moulded Frocks In)' n-rly lljittci-in.i'- with new draped lii'ilicr- ami necklines. < «|c;uniiiy satins, >linT Wnol>, ribbed ere|>es. Hlaek, enlul 1 ^ $000 to $1 A95 10

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