The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 25, 1937 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 25, 1937
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The Algona Uppet gas Mdaes, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 25, 1937 .Hammers Meat »Boycott Them the Kossuth Farmers Suggest ftflft* Katf *U__-i ... .. ^5^J A corn belt threat to boycott products manufactured by C. I O. union followers If that org* H vc « Homer Martin, United Automo!% Corkers' president, to withhold consumption of meat " a warnln * thls> n A ', °' Nea1 ' of the American Farm Bureau Federation, wired the declaration to Martin, Tuesday of this week. The wire read as follows: American farmers are shock- 'ed at newspaper reports of your urge upon members of C I O automobile unions to withhold consumption of meat in an effort to reduce prices. If this is an invitation for American farmers to take similar action against products manufactured by C. I. O. labor, we accept. Factory wages are mor e than 20 per cent In excess of Ifi29 level, and retail food prices including meat are 20 per cent less than during th e same period. National welfare demands a balance between agriculturs, labor and Industry, and American farmers will resist by whatever means necessary any efforts to aggravate the present disparities. About Town Says Ambidextrous is Wilbur Holdren. Building an Inside ticket booth at Call, Wilbur was driving nails with his left hand. Shifting position found the light unsuitable for the left so he moved the hammer to the right hand and went merrily on unconscious of the change. • * • Evan Finncll believes a fox, when hungry, will come to feast. So— he sits on moonlight nights in a blind In a slough full of reeds,-weeds and pheasants and waits. Still, the bag Is empty. • • » A would-be strike of truck drivers in Mason City left the. local creamery without a means of unloading its butter temporarily. The regular haulers were tied up and another company permitted use of its system. • • • Short conversation between Marshall Frank Green and an inebriate: Frank—"Where are you from?" Drunk—"I'm from the prettiest spot in Ireland." Drunk—"Shay, what state is this?" Frank—'7owa." Drunk, waving his hand, "That's where the tall corn grows." • • • A local contractor had so many tickets for the drawing last evening It waa necessary to hold a party at which he got the guests to sign them for him. • • • Now is the time of year when one should start putting out feed for the birds which stay here all winter. • * • Coon hunting is a real sport for those participating. One party went out last week to follow the hounds. Deep in the woods, dark as pitch, the dogs found a trail. They followed, baying lustily. The hunters' hearts beat fast They ran, walked, fell over logs, brushed saplings aside and above all kept within hearing distance of the hound. At last the dog stopped, the prey was treed, the hunters closed In for the kill. The first sight of the hound showed them he was resting easily on the running board of the car waiting for a ride home. » • • It Is- an enormous thing to hare the trapping season open. A number of local families exists on what Is revenued from the sale of furs. In fact, hundreds of dollars keep them self-supporting and tide them throughout the winter. • * * In this movement for the preservation of places and things many suggestions have been heard. An important one comes from Howard Platt who has seen an old hand bellows used by blacksmiths standing out in ruin near a building in Irvington. * • • The annual complaint The Legion needs a larger hall for Its feather party. Folks come away disgusted and complain that they cannot get in to play the various games. When there Is money to be spent why not get it when the opportunity arises? Mr. and Mrs. H. B. White spent Thanksgiving day at Mason City with the latter's sister, Mrs. B. E. Young. The Lloyd Muckey family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., at a Thanksgiving dinner. Mrs. John Walsh spent the week end in Chicago where she visited her friend, Ann Wallace, at the Allerton Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Jacobson were guests of th e latter's grandmother, Mrs. J. S. Kersey at Eldora Thanksgiving day. Mrs. K. D. James left Wednesday afternoon for Omaha, Nebraska, to spend the week end with her daughter, Mrs. C. B. Nasby. Mrs. C. T. Griffith, who makes her home with the Frank Greens visited from Saturday until Monday with friends in Des Molnes. Mrs. William Amesbury and children, Billy and Jane, spent Thanksgiving as guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Howley at Mason City. Mrs. J. C. Jacobson of Dows wa» a guest at the home of her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Jacobson from Sunday until Thurs- i day. Two Indicted By Jury Here, One Sentenced Indlctmento Bfainnt Elmer Emory, Wesley, and A E Mann, formerly of Tftonka, were returned by the Koraoth grand Jury, late Wednesday afternoon. Emory was indicted on a charge of assault with Intent to Inflict bodily injury. He entered an Immediate plea of ffullty, and was sentenced to one year In the Ft. Madison penitentiary, a maximum sentence on the charge. Judge Davidson heard the plea. II. W. Allller represented Emory. A. E. Mann, who formerly operated a hatchery at Xlfonka, was indicted on three counts, charging embezzlement, and obtaining property under false pretenses. The case will probably not he tried this term of court, County Attorney L. A. Winkcl, stated. A charge of driving while drunk against Carlyle Johnson, was dismissed by the grand jury. Read The Want Ads—It Pay*. Come on down to the N N E X [CHRISCHILLES ] There are big bargain* awaiting you at the ANNEX till* end—GOBU and dre*«e* at unbelievabily low prior*. We a you to go over to that little »hop Friday or Saturday and get your (hare. EXTRA SPECIAL We have about five dozen THIS FALL'S print cotton dresses, that sold at $1.19 and 98c which we will put out at the extremely low price of «8c or 2 for $1.25. These dresses are fast color, perfect fitting and come only in misses' sizes from 14 to 20. Two days only. More and more new dresses on the $1.09 silk dress rack—really wonderful values in THIS SEASON'S STYLES. All sizes and many challie prints (very good) among them. Former prices are up to f8.00 for only 1.99 Other special silk dress values at $2.99 Also a rack of choice wools (to $9.00) for $4.98 WARM WINTER COATS in the wanted colors and also pile fabrics, for only Evelyn Smith, student at the Iowa State Teachers' College, at Cedar Falls, spent Thanksgiving day with her mother, Mrs. Clyde Smith. iMr. and Mrs. William Schroeder of Boone were Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Doherty. The Schroeders are cousins of Mrs. Doherty. Mary Foster, musical Instructor at the Primghar schools, arrived Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving vacation with her'parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster. Sir. and Sirs. Melvin Knoll left Wednesday for Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where they were guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Knoll until Friday. nia Leffert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Leffert, arrived Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving day with her parents. Ilia attends the Iowa State College at Ames. •June Adele Overmyer, teacher at Oskaloosa, arrived Thursday morning and will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmeyer, during her Thanksgiving vacation. Mr. and Sirs. E. C. Olson and family of Pocahontas were dinner guests Thanksgiving day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vigars. Mrs. Olson and Mrs. Vigars are sisters. Margaret Vicars arrived Wednesday from Chicago where she is a student at the University of Chicago for a surprise visit over Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vigars. Mr. and Mrs. L. i. Dickinson and grandson, Lynn Hunter, plan to spend Thanksgiving day in Des Molnes at the home of their son Call Dickinson and family, where they will be Joined by Mr*. Hunter. Mr. and Strs. Edmond Norton and Merle Norton of MoUne, Illinois, and Mr. and Mrs. Ellwood Norton of Lawton arrived Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norton. Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Wallace, accompanied by the latter's sister Marie Grover of Burt, left Sunday for Texas to spend Thanksgiving with the doctor's relatives at Beaumont and China. They plan to return the first of next week. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster and daughter, Mary, Mr. and Mrs. J F Overmyer and daughter. June Adele Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Tribon and Mr! Wesley Red Cross Workers in Drive Wesley: The annual Red Cross drive for membership and donations went forth Friday as scheduled for the local town with the Study club members sponsoring the enrollment and the eight solicitors, namely: Mrs. John Mullins, Mrs. Milton Oiddlngs. Mrs. Arlo Dawson, Mrs. George Aldrlch, Mrs. Charles Kraus, Mrs. Alfred Erdmann. Mrs. Vincent Daughn and Mrs. A. M. Lease, were successful In enrolling 38 members and secured $13.60 as donations for the cause. It is thought at this time that the proceeds may be swelled inasmuch as others may wish to contribute before the closing date, Thanksgiving day. Get 40 Red Cross Enrollees, LuVerne LuVerne: The Red Cross membership drive has been carried on the past week under the chairmanship of the Rev. E. E. Hancock. More than 40 memberships had been received before Tuesday with some reports yet to come in. Rev. Hancock was assisted by Hulda Frltze- meier, Florence Godfrey and the Mesdames R. L. Corbin, J. L. Llch- ty, Alex Evans and Arthur Hof. Miss Schmidtke Guest at Shower Swea-Eagle: Mrs. Thos. Plutt was hostess at a miscellaneous shower last Sunday afternoon at her home in honor of her niece, MIs-» Harriett Schmidtke, who will become the bride of Earl Wagner, soon. Miss Schmidtke ha* b«en assisting Mrs. Platt with her house work for •ome tlnw. A Urge group of friends and relative* were present. The bride-to-be received ma:iy lovely gifts. The hostess served lu-ich. turns-Sennit* Nuptial*— Catherine L. Sehultz and George H. Harris were united In marriage Wednesday afternoon at 4:80 at the home of Rev. A. English. Rev. English read the single ring ceremony. The bride was attended by her sister, Dorothy SchuTtz of Irvington, and the groom was attended by a friend, Melvin Hughes of Clear Lake. The bride wore a blue-green wool crepe dress and black accessories The bridesmaid was attired in n blue-green wool crepe dress of a darker shade, and also wore black accessories. Both wore shoulder corsages of tea roses. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs H. M. Harris of Algona He graduated from the Wesley high school In J920, and attended a business college In Des Moines Ho served four years in the U. S Naw At present he is operating the Cnn- hl* £ f"- 8 " 0 " °" State street with his brother, Ken Harris. o 1) h lr brid ? ls the dau Kht«?r of Mr and Mrs. John Schultz of Irving- 1°"' u S , h J Seated from the Al- ™rf around schools in and was served at .. A wedding dinner „„., ., e , V ea at the home of the bride's parents im mediately following the" ceremony Z52 J £? UM ?. CO «P'«» '*« for a short a short to Minneapolis Mr at ln Honsewnrminic Parry— Elizabeth Nugent entertained a group of Rirls Monday evening at a housewarmlng party nt her new home, the Mrs. Minnie Long apartment. The eveninjf was spent nt hand work and refreshments were served. Duck Dinner— Louise Magnus.son was hostess to a group of girls Sunday for a duck dinner. The afternoon was spent informally. Aninns Entertain— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aman entertained the following guests nt dinner Sunday: Mrs. Clara Lewis and daughter. Kiln. Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Taylor nncl Mr. and Mrs. W L Whitney. next Family Dinners— Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton were hostsfa ' -"family Thanksgiving dinner at their home, Thursday Guests were Mrs. Button's brothers F^ed Layrenz. Jr., and family of Burt and Rmil Lavrenz and family of Rogers, Mlniwaota. her aJnt and cousin,. Mrs. Henry Lavrenz and daughters, and father, Fred Lavrenz, all of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. William Dau McCormick-Deering Day December 7 Royal NH(fhbor Tuesday, December 7, will be Me- . were hosts at a family Thanksgiving dinner. Their guests were* Mr? ami Mrs;.. Ben Sornsen and two children and the former's mother, Mrs Augusta Sornsen of Walnut, Iowa! Mrs. Sornsen and Mrs. Dau are sisters, the latter's brothers. Carl Schroeder and family of Swea City, and Harry Schroeder and family of Ledyard, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ehlers of Swea City, and Mr. Dau's mother, Mrs. Anna Dau of Whlttemore. Weddings . Announced— Mildred May Wright, daughter of Mr., and Mrs. Harry Wright of Mason City, and Jack Bulmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bulmer of Youngstown, Ohio, were united In marriage at Mason City, November 11. They will be at home In Cherokee, Iowa. The Wrights wens former Algona residents. Mr. and Mrs. Edmond. Norton of Mollne, Illinois, arrived Wednesday for a visit with the former's parent*, .Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norton. The young* couple were married November 6, 1937, at Iowa City. Mrs Norton was Violet Gustafson before her marriage, and this is her first visit In Algona, , - Cormlck-Deering day In Algona. In the afternoon there will be talks and a special display of farm machinery. There will be a free movie, and a dance in the evening. Some of Bernice Stock's dance pupils will ?ut on a feature number. Further announcement will be made next week. 9.90 & 16.50 GET THE ANNEX HABIT—it'it money in your pocket and Mrs. L. W. Keith were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the De i I ,.\7 \\r t White home near Burt. LuVemC Woman S Mr. and .Mm. J. M. Hopp* and daughter. Marlon, the latter a Burt school teacher, drove to Moline Illinois, Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with the Hoppe son Manly. The Hoppeo then drove on to Chicago for the week end. JanHM Murtagh drove to Emmeta- burg, Friday, to meet his sister Betty, and brought her home to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs C B. Murtagh, during the week end. Betty is a sophomore at the University of Iowa at Iowa City. Mr», L. T. Dailey of Granada, Minn., came Sunday to spend Thanksgiving with her mother, Mrs. Nels Larson, and brother, John THIS NEED NOT HAPPEN TO YOU1 WIU.V VOM <OIM« OUT THAT'S TO MO.IM tO*e/ EVERYONE LIKES HEALTHY. PEPPY PEOPLE. REGAIN YOUR .KKALTH — AND WITH IT FRIENDS. BUILD UP YOUR BLOOD! Doo't mil* all the good time* you can have if you havt ;he pep and energy that present day activities demand. Don t be satUhed with just being half well. There i* hope for vcu nov/ in a new preparation which com- biom', besides tosica, iron in a form easily assimilated and vitamin B, the body building vitamin. It U CORVAN TABLETS. Build MD tk* Uoo4M)i the system in general responds. Com* la and let <& tell you how you may try CORVAN TABLETS. Do it today. Doa't wait? Lusby Husband Passes Lu Verne: Word received by the Charles Wolfs Monday night stated that Edward McPherson had died that evening at Osceola. He was a of Mrs. Kate Barton, his wife being the former Cora Barton. Funeral services wcr e held Wednesday afternoon at Os- teola with burial at Leslie, Iowa. Delores Montag, W-Bend, to Wed West Bend: The Catholic Young ___, .„...„., uwi.ii, People's society gave a shower at who went after her. Mr. Dailey will ,' the Casino, Sunday, in honor of rfriv. A~.,~ ,„- Thanksgiving day [ Delores Montag, a bride-to-be The " """ bride received many beautiful gifts. Miss Montag is the only daughter of Mrs. Will Montag, and will be married to Clarence Kemna in the near future. Mrs. Gilbride Plum Creek Host Irvington3 Mrs. Clara Gilbride was hostess tn the F'lum Creek Literary society on last Wodiies- day. The response to roll rail was answered with "Am I Thankful and Why." Mrs. Ethel Gardner gave a talk on "Special Days in Germany, Russia, Spain and America." and Mrs. Lora Raney talked on "A Nation United." At Funeral 1 Rltca Mrs. Lucy Reaper. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Reaper and Harry Dltsworth motored to Lanark, 111., last Saturday, accompanying the body of John McElhatten, who was buried at that place. Mr. McElhatten was well known in this community as he had lived with his sister, Mrs. Lucy Reaper at various times over a period of many years. Funeral services were conducted at Lanark where burial was made. Visitors at King* Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reilcy nnd daughter, Ida, of West Bend wcre callers Sunday at the David Kings. In spite of the fact that Mrs. Re'ley has been an invalid confined to n wheel chair for many years, she still maintains a very cheerful disposition. Other guests of the Kings were Mrs. King's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Simmons, of Fairmont. Mrs. George Simmon j, mother of Mark, returned home with them for an indefinite stay. The next regular meeting of the Irvington dancing club will be held Dec. 3. Mildred Dole started working recently at the Joe Bloom store in Algona, The George Schumachers were Thanksgiving day guests at the home of Mrs. Schumacher's parents near Woden. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dremmel attended the yearly banquet of the "Busy Bee" club of Union township held last Friday. Walter Halsrud and a friend Jeft last Friday by auto (c* Wo» Lucille Bode Home Union: Lucille Bode, Fort Dodge came Tuesday t ospend a weeks- vacation with her parents from her duties at the Brady Transfer Co of that city. She has been In their employ for three years. Infant Baptized Union: The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Allen was christened Sunday by Father Mnllinger of St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona. H e was named "Jimmy Vance." Sponsors were Gertrude Stoffel and Charles Dahlhauser Burt School Vacation Burt: There will be no school on Thursday and Friday. Erna Baars music teacner, plans to go tn Milwaukee for the week end. where she will meet Charlotte Warrior a former Burt teacher, now working in Chicago. Dance nt the V. F. W. Hall Thanksgiving Carnival Thurs. Nov. 25 ivbiv night Nov. 27 $ Bill Markley and his $ Orchestra o QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOJ eles, Calif., where h» will enrpJH b\ a diesel engineering achofttr W»««r Is the ion of Mr. and Mrs. P«t«r Hahrud. Raymond Harr, Wesley Lee and Henry Scheppman of Irvington and Bert Sherman of South Dakota have 2pn e to California for an In- I. G A. SPECIALS FOR Fri. - Sat. - Mon. GRAPEFRUIT, seedless, large 7 for 25c BANANAS, nice yellow __ .dozen 23c CRANBERRIES, fresh 2 Ibs. 25c Pure Cane SUGAR 10 lb ,S3c IOA Cocoa 2 Ibs. 17c Clorox pts. 13c CAROL Peanut Butter 1 _ 2 Ibs. 25c CAROL Catsup, 14 oz. bottle 2—21c Jumbo Tall IOA Tomato Juice _. 3 cans 25c No. 2'j cons Purple Prunes _2 cans 19c NAVY , BEANS 5 22c SPAGHETTI cut 5 , h . 37c Bantam No. 2 Golden Corn _ _ _2 cans 23c IGA No. 2'/ a Hominy 2 cans!9c 18K No. 2 Pumpkin 2 cans 15c Ex. Standard •••••••••••I Tomatoes, No. 2,3 cans 25c I MACARONI IGA I cut Soap Flakes, Ig. pkg. 17c Ir -v* Cream Cereal, 5 Ib. bag 28c 1K " IGA g IOA BUCKWHEAT OATMEAL I Pancake Flour 5 Ib. bag 25c. OUICK nl * ">•*"• *• I/I 4 tvvnn«M Mrs. Thornton and young son. Bobby, are rapidly recovering. A lew days ago Mrs. Thornton's ami became somewhat painful and upon careful investigation it WHS found to be broken. and Mrs. Dailey will accompany him home. Sim. France* Lonrrgan and Sir*. W. R. Laird of Sioux Falls, South Dakota arrived Monday night for a visit at the home of their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. H L Potter, and Mrs. Joe Cosgrove Frances Lonergan and W. R. Laird arrived Wednesday night. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller were the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs L G. Thompson, her little niece, Mary- Thompson, and her sister, Mrs Buena Merron, all of Esthcrville. Mary will remain until Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Miller, when Mr. and Mrs. Miller will take her home. Jack Koppen O f Buffalo Outer was in Algona Monday looking after business matters. He managed to live through his recent hunting trip with Joe Lowe in Canada without accident, but had the misfortune to tear the ligaments in his right shoulder the other day while unloading some barrels of antifreeze. David Phillip*, John McDowell, Miss Barbara Moyle, Merle Pratt I and Ruby Turner drove to Carroll ' Tuesday evening to visit Barbara Haggard who is in the St. Anthony's hospital there following :ier recent accident. They found her resting quite comfortably after the ordeal Mr. and Mrs. Haggard, who had been with Barbara since she was hurt, came home Tuesday evening but will return and spend Thanksgiving with her. Bancroft Hunters Nab Four Foxes Bancroft:A large crowd attended the fox hunt Sunday about six miles northeast of Bancroft. The following are those who shot the four foxes: Hank Dontje, Frank Hat ten, Wilfred Ltroessler and Arnold Deitcring. The proceeds from the sale of the hides will be used for a party for the participants. Pastor Declines Rev. R. E. Clearwutur, of Leslie, Mich, who had been called to the pastorate of the local Baptist church, was refused u release by his congregation, local Baptist leaders have been informed. At Dacorah Shower »t>aaj«d Mr. and Mr* '«_ I* *y Jw ,_ _ P»Mtft Mr. and Trinity Lutheran Church F. J. Broiler, uuttor Next Sunday, as on the First Sunday in Advent: German service at 9 u. m. Sunday School at 10 a. m. English service at 10:30 a. m. Young people's meeting Friday of this week at 8 o'clock. The children will practice for Christmas Sunday afternoon at two o'clock. day afternoon where the losing side in an attendance contest banqueted the winners. Mrs. R. W. Roeder was the captain of the winning team and Mrs. H. W. Post was the captain of the losing team. The parly was followed by bridge. Mrs. Frank Vera won the high prize, and A school program given by M).is Mrs. Frank Ostrum won the door prize. Mrs. Fred Powell and Mrs. Andrew Godfredson received prizes for perfect attendance during- the ycjir, and a high score priz e for having the highest total in bridge for the year was won by Mrs Elmer Hartshorn. Wedding Anniversary— Mr. and Mrs. George Spongberg celebrated their silver wedding anniversary, Sunday, with a family dinner. The anniversary date fell OH Friday but could not be celebrated at that time. Mrs. James Jergenson and two children of Dagmar Montana, were here for the occasion. Mrs. Jergensen and Mrs. Spongberg are sisters. A special feature of the wedding was a cake sent here from relatives in Denmark. Handkerchief Club— The Handkerchief Birthday club honred Mrs. Andrew Godfredson's birthday at the honoree's home Monday afternoon. There were two tables of bridge in play. Mrs. Meta Redfield won the high score prize in bridge, Mrs. Andrew Godfredson the travel prize, and consolation prize went to Mrs. John Storm Mrs. William Geering was a guest. Following brdige a pot luck luncheon was served. \\atitii) i- Party—' ^Beulah Larson. Jessie Smith and Klva Ewaldt were hostesses of Wa- lunye flub members /it the home of the latter two hostesses at a bridge party. Tuesday evening. Eleanor fraser was a guest of the club. There were four tables of bridge. Flora Tiss won the high prize, Bertha Johnson the low prize, and Mr.-;. Lura Sanders the lucky spoon prize Confirmation instruction day at 9:30 a. m. Satur- The Ladie*' Aid meets next week Thursday at 2 p. m. The election of officers will be held. First Lutheran Church ML A, fl^MtnuML pMtar School at 10 at 7:80. A a. m. V( W. will on 8»tur- <'lub— Mrs. Melvin Knoll entertained hur sewing club members at her home Tuesday evening. Those in attendance were Mary Harris, Evelyn Toothiiian. Margaret Brown. Ltona Stewart. Virginia Schnepf, and Valeria 1'ickett. Plans for a Christmas puny were made. The hostess served a luncheon to her guests at Anderson's cafe. Club Banquet— The Union Mothers and Daughters club banquet will be held at the First Lutheran church in Algona, December 2 at 12:30. The banquet U to be served by ladies of the church. Anyone wishing to bring a guest may do so. Phone Mrs. Cora Reid and Mrs. Ada Honus for reservations. Bel Outto Club— ','~ Member* of the Bel Canto music club met W«da**day afternoon with MM. W. W. Sullivan. Mr* Bertha Michel WM Uw leader, and the «ub- ject wu "Madolic Elwatnt in Mu»lc, { Part IT'. ! Norma Itaney at the Galbrnith school last Friday night was very well attended, the schoolhouse being full to overbowing. Abe Carter received the Indian blanket. Mr. and Mrs. nay Haucnstein have disposed of their interest in the oil station located on the Airline and are now moving to Rock Rapids. Hay's brolher, Elmer lias purchased the entire outfit and is now open for business. Mr. and Mrs. Orvilie Hedrick entertained a number of friends and relatives Sunday at dinner honoring Mrs. Mary Itob e Broi-kmun, aunt of Mrs. Hedrick. Mrs. Brockman lives at Macon. Mo. Mrs. Brockman returned to her home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Muerer, Wesley were called to Ollie. Iowa, after receiving a. message that Peter Brass, father of Mrs. Muerer was critically ill. Mr. Brass had lived for many years in and around Irvington and is well known to the older residents. The Meurer children are staying at the Armor Lemkees. Word has been received of the recent marriage of Mrs. Arthur Allen, former Algona resident many years ago. When the Aliens lived in Algona, Art as he was commonly known to his friends operated a restaurant and later a photograph gallery. After inovin-; to the west they lived near Salem, Oregon, and it was here Mr. Allen Jied some years ago. Many Irvington residents v\c._ trekking annul.i for tile Thanksgiving holidays. Edward Mawdsley was a dinner Kiitst of ins aunt, Mrs. Clara Lewi.-; of Algona. while,the ('heater Schobys were with Mrs. Schoby's sister. Mrs. Mary Hunigan. Tiu- Arthur Tiutz family motored to Fenton to be with Mrs. Tietz's mother. The Sim Leigh I family enjoyed a family reunion at the My-run Ludwigs in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Loss, Sr.. were ho^t ami hostess to their children and other near relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fred I J ark motored to Cedar Rapids where they were week end i guests of relatives. Old Resident 111 Word has been received here that Mrs. Kate Turner, former AJgona resident, has undergone a serious operation at the Mercy hospital in DCS Moiiies. Mrs. Turner's son, Harold of San Antonio, Texas, is with his mother as are all of the other children. The Turner family were Algona residents for many years. Bulk Dates New t'rop Prunes, 'arge size 2 Ibs. 17c Red A. 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