The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 7,1938 ores ttath McMahon The St. Cecelia's Catholic church was the scene of a beautiful wedding Saturday morning at 8:30 when Miss Ruth McMahon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. R McMahon of Algona, and Dr. Ralph Carpenter, *on of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carpenter of Minneapolis were united in marriage. Father J. M. Malllng- «r officiated at the single ring service. Miss Julia McEnroe played a prelude of nuptial music while the guests assembled. The "Bridal Chorus" from Lohengrin was played «8 the bridal party entered the Church. Miss McMahon was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. E. C. McMahon, Algona, sang "A Prayer Perfect" and "Schubert's Ave Mnrle." Her selections also Included two communion hymns, "Amar Jesu" and "O Lord I Am Not Worthy." Just before Mendelssohn's recessional she sang "All for Three." The matron of honor was Mrs. Richard Schmitz of Storm Lake, sister of the bride. Little Nancy McMahon, niece of the .bride, wns flower girl. Dr. John McMurray, lova City, was best man and Maurice McMahon and DP. Ralph Gilbert, Iowa City, were ushers. After the service the bridal party formed a receiving llirt and received congratulations from the guests. Immediately following a reception In buffet style for sdiffe severity relatives and close frletids, was" held at the home of the brlde'8 parents. Schmitz of Storm Lake; Mrs. Ma« Grapotte, San Antonio, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Featherstone, Omaha, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark. Titonka; Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Fritsh, Frank Zeigler and daughter Peggy. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Maben, Mr. and Mrs. George Free and Supt. and Mrs. Woods, all of Garner. Methodist Aid— " Mrs. J. F. Overmyer was elected president of the Methodist Aid society Thursday afternoon at the annual election. Mrs. Carl Irelan was named secretary and Mrs. Bur- detlc Agnrd. treasurer. The program was n parade of wedding dresses. The oldest one modeled belonged to Mrs. Charles Walker and was worn 58 yenrs ago. The top of the dress was made from her mother's wedding dress, thus making it over 100 years old. Wedding dresses were modeled by Mrs. Don Miller, who wore her own. Mrs. P. A. Danson. Mr,bel Sor- cnsen, Phyllis Sawyer. Eleanor Thorpe, Mary Ellen Halpin. Ine/ Harris, Mary McGuire and Mrs. Wallace MacDougall. During the parade Mrs. W. H. Rockey read short sketches about each dress and Mrs. Don Hutchins played various wedding marches, appropriate to the occasion. Women to Webster City- Women members of the Algona Country Club have been invited to attend Ladies' Golf Day at the Observes Birthday— Mrs. John Olson, who lives with her daughter. Mrs. Frank Thompson, four miles north of Algona, observed her 86th birthday, Saturday. Despite her years she works hard at daily tasks and enjoys the good health she retains. She also reads without glasses. She was born In Norway and came to Chicago when a young girl with her mother. At the time of the Chicago fire she wns working as a seamstress and lost all of her belongings. Her husband preceded her in death 14 years ago. She has one brother in Denver, Colo. Luncheon-Bruti?" — Hostessei r a on o'cli:,!.- lunch- Following the reception Dr. Car- Webster Citv Countrv Club Touri- enter and his bride left by auto ™?. bst 5 r J?£J^l^r.i7i JL hlf* bfcen invited. women will penter and his bride left by for a trip to'th* east coast They will be at home July 1 at 933 Iowa Avenue. Iowa City, where Dr. Carpenter Is practicing. He Is a graduate of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and had a four months scholarship in surgery at Johns Hopkins. Following a two years rotating interne- ship at the University of Philadelphia he had a residency in otolaryngology and oral surgery at the University hospital of Iowa and is at present associate in the same department there. Mrs. Carpenter graduated from the Algona high school nnd attended Rosary college at River Forest. III., one year, later graduating: frcm the University of low.i. She wns n member of the Alpha Chi Omegu sorority. She taught at Galva nnd Garner the past two years. Out of town gueats included Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Gilbert, Dr. John Gray and Miss Thelma Smith of Iowa City; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schmitz and Mr. and Mrs. Amil be gone ten days. day. A golf tournament will be held In the morning, followed by a one o'clock luncheon and an afternoon of bridge. Twenty-five towns have The following Alsrona Bttend: Mrs. H. B. White. Mrs. H. L. Gilmore. Mrs. Bob Larson. Mrs. Ted Larson. Mrs. B. A. Schemel. Mrs D. P. Smith, Mrs. H. M. Smith. Mrs. Burdctte Agard. Mrs. Al Gronzow. Mrs. C. W Morck. Mrs. S. W. Mever. Mrs. H. M. Olson. Mis. Wm. F. Steele. Mrs. P. A. Danson. Mrs. John Kohlhaas Mrs Fred Timm. Mrs. Chet Holt and Mrs. Kirby Smith of Burt. lfmiHi> Part}— Jane McWhorter will entertain at a house party at Spirit Ijike. Her guests are to be Gnvle Shnckel- tord. Betty Merrit'. Janice Wagoner. Enid Fuller. Louise Smith. Shirley Vinson and Joyce Mittag. Mrs. Helen Seeley and Mrs. Clar- eon nnd bridge party held in the dining room of the Hotel Algona, Saturday afternoon were Mrs. Howard French. Mrs. Robert Larson. Mrs. Dana Paxson. Mrs. H. M. Potter. Mrs. H. E. Woodward, nnd Mrs. Marguerite Kcnefick. There were 13 tables of contract. Mrs. Dwight Andrews. Mrs. Don Nugent, Mrs. E. A. Scheme). Mrs. Floyd Saunders, Mrs. G. D. Shumway, and Mrs. J. L. Bonnr were the winners of the high prizes. Family Picnic— The Miller family met at the Call State Park for a family picnic last week Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Crawford of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bartholomew. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Miller, Mr. nnd Mrs. O L. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. George L. Miller, Algona. and Mr. nnd Mrs. D. E. Miller of Grlnnell were those in attendance. A picnic dinner was followed by a social afternoon. Honors Mother's Birthday- Mrs. Oscar Anderson of Elmore, mother of H. A. Vnn Alstyne. was a guest of honor. Sundny at Call Park, at a picnic in honor of her 72nd birthday. In addition t.< Mr. nnd Mrs. Van Alstyne, guests in- chided Mrs. C. H. Johnson of El- m'ore. a daughter of Mrs. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harris of Lone Rock and Mrs. Maxom nnd husband VERDA MEYER WEDS WM. OSTWALD OF WHITTEMORE LAST WEDNESDAY Popular Young Ooupl Will Make Home on Whittemore Farm Whittemore: A very pretty wed ding took place last Wednesday June 1st at St. Paul's Lutheran church when Miss Verda Meyer daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo Meyer, became the bride of Will lam Ostwald. son of Mr. and Mrs Curl Ostwald. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev W. H. Discher in the presence of n very large number of relatives and friends. The bride was beautifully attirec in nn ankle length white georgette dress with satin stripe. She wore a long trailing veil trimmed with orange blossoms and seed pearls She carried a large bouquet of TheMan A bout Town Say9 Paisley are to chaperon the group. The'y will leave Friday to ence Tues.-W«U June 7-8 Top British Release Thun.-FrU June 9-10 A great comedy' Kath'arineHEPBURN Gary GRANT , BRINGING *!»«"!; Saturday, June 11 Double treat! Charlie Rugglra Walter Catlrtt plus Bobby Breen in (Re-isaue) Rainbow on the River f::u-t picture he ever rr.:ide. Sun.-Mon., June li-13 Fr«-d McMurray Harriett HilUird in "Cocoanut Grove" and the baby — A lair.e leopard fight picture* — round by round. of Blue Earth. S. S. S. Bridge Club— The S. S. S. brid.sr club met with Mrs. John Frnser Thursday afternoon. Bridge was played at t\vo tables. Mrs Charles Plathe of Bode received the high prize, and Mrs. Lou Matcrn received the lo.v prize. Matilda Germnnn of Des A young lady In this year's graduation class was given n radio by an admiring boy. Only a boy. friend of the donor. Mras witness at presentation exercises which consisted of n couple of smacks by the leceiver on the giver's cheek. The witness later declared he was wrongly done by. for it was he who furnished the cash for C. O. D charges and should share in the reward. • * * A fishing party with Dr. Fox as white calla lilies. Miss Rosella Volgt, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor. Miss Helen Meyer, sister of the bride, wore an ankle-length yellow silk georgette dress with pleated skirt. She carried a bouquet of pale pink carnations. Emaline Gade, niece of the groom, who was flower girl, wore a pale blue organdy dress. A 5:30 dinner was served to 100 relatives and friends at the home of the bride's parents. Mrs. Ostwnld attended St. Paul's Luthernn school here and graduated from the public high school with the class of 1937. She was employ ed last summer at the Lutheran Orphan home nt Fort Dodge, later working for Rev. and Mrs. Burgess at Algona. Mr. Ostwald nttended the Lutheran school here nnd since has been doing farm work. The couple will mnke'their home on a farm north of Whittemore. Moines was an out of town guest. A luncheon was served by the hostess. Post-Nuptial Shower— Mrs. Clark Scuffham, Mrs. Violet Benschoter. and Mrs. Emma Cosgrove were co-hostesses. Wednesday afternoon at a post nuptial miscellaneous rhower honoring Mrs. August Bernau. Jr. There were 20 guests present. The afternoon was spent at games and giving the bride advice. A luncheon was served. W. C. T. I .— Mrs. Harvey Steven entertained the Algona W. C. T. U. at her home north of Sexton. Wendesday after noon. There were 20 in attendance. Following the meeting a picnic supper was enjoyed. Bridget Club- Mrs. George Stewart will entertain the members of her Bridget club at a one o'clock luncheon at her home, Tuesday afternoon (today). The afternoon will be spent at bridge. Men's Club Picnic— The Men's club of the Presbyterian church and the members' wives will meet nt the shelter house at the Cull State Park for a picnic at 0:45 o'clock. Thursday evening. Dessert Clul*— The Dessert rlub was entertained Friday afternoon, at the home of Mrs Leon Merritt. There were eight present vith Mrs Oscar Anderson as the club guest. Luther League to Meet— The First Lutheran Luther League meets on Wednesday evening, at the home of Elgena and Lucille Calhoun. Strawberry Crop At St. Benedict St Benedict: The strawberry rop will aoon be in progress as on.e report gathering some and i'ij:.s are there will be a large '"'jrrr.etletta departed last .i Armstrong, where she -.'. -.vith teaching summer a member traveled many miles to lake to angle. Out on the high seas the doctor assembled his rod. opened the tackle box for leaders and lures nnd gasped in astonishment. It was not the tackle box he opened. Doc had taken along a vaccination kit by error. * * * When fishermen turn off the road at the east side of the Plum Creek bridge to wend their way to their favorite hole they travel on a one way traffic lane with a wheel path just a few Inches from a straight down high river bank So close Is it that one looking out the window cannot see the edge of the bank for it is hidden under the running board. It will be a miracle not to hear of someone going over. * * * Down at Gordon'i lunch. Ma is featuring a pie of special goodness for it is labeled in white on the window. "Cheery Pie" (Could do much better with a sample cut under the belt). * * * That big sign east of town which reads Welcome to Algonat the Friendly City" is a dandy for mot- orisU in the day time. But, ah me, at night. On* Uttte bulb giving about 10 candle power looms up so only the near sighted at close range could make out the Intentions o the city's desire to have them make use of Its hospitality. * « • Roy Boeder lost hln hat Not un usual, for many hats are lost. But Mrs. Roeder can tell a story about the missing hat nnd although out of her usual line of tales, it is interesting, for one can have much fun punning at Roy. Chet Williams' dad, grand old man of 94. and a vet of the Civil War, is planning on accepting an invitation from the state of Pennsylvania to the national Gettysberg encampment. He asked Chet to hunt him up a suit of blue with gleaming buttons such as the G. ti. R. boys have worn. Asked why the new suit, he remarked, "Those blooming rebels will all be decked out in grey" which signifies the unforgotten rivalry between the blue of the north and the gray of the south. With nearly half of the year gone by one is confronted with the question often. "When la Bill Steele going to turn those calendars around displaying the other side of the feminine pulchritude?" Good advertising is what makes folks talk and read about it. Bill selected just that, for it catches the eye of all and voices the opinion of many. Plan Celebration St Michael's parish Is planning .heir annual two-day celebration for July 3rd nnd 4th. There will DC free attractions, ball games, Children's sports, fireworks, danc- ng and other amusements. Ella Burke was hostess to the members of the Tuesday bridge club t her home last Tuesday. Bridge was played at two tables. Mrs. ohn Uhlenhake won the high prir.3 nd Mrs. Martin Elscheid the cut rize. Mr. and Mrs. George Maahs and John nnd Ed Maahs drove to Potosi, Wis.. Tuesday, to attend the funeral of their cousin. Robert Manhs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Maahs of thnt plnce. They returned home Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Kuecker nnd son. Maurice of Ames, spent the week end at the Henry Kueckar home here. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer of St. Joe spent Sunday at the Kuecker home and also at the William Meyer home. 26 Graduate At Armstrong High Armstrong: On Thursday evening May 26th. twenty-six seniors received their diplomas. The members of the class are: Orla F. Larsen, Jimmy R. Vig- dal. Craig Irwin, LeRoy O. LeVan. Velma R. LcVan. Bernfae I. Horswell, Geneva L. Swanson. Doris E. Gangstad. Ethel Virginia Davis, Fay M. Moore. Elaine L. Locker, Steven J. Gurdet, George J. Homsey. William F. Whitlow. Ella E. Burt. Ellen I. Larson. Tresa L. Lane. Helen Larson. Theodore Weiby. Harold Anderson, Alma Danielson. Maxine G. Cronk, Evelyn M. Caboth, Wayne O. Christensen. L. Mandaline Paris, and Dorothy June Fischer. 2 N. W. Kosauth In State Brain Derby This Week Armstrong: Two students frtiirt northwest Kossuth are entitled t compete In the annual Brain Defby Monday and Tuesday, June 8th ano 7th at Iowa City. The student) «W Helen Larsen, daughter of Mr. anJ Mrs. Andrew Larsen, who will write the English correctness 12 test Marie Irmlter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Irmlter, will write the English correctness 11 test. Their tests will be taken Monday from two until four o'clock. Sprained Wrist Letha Lindegaarde had the misfortune to> sprain her left wrist when she fell on the skating rink at Interlaken Park on the last day of school. Miss Lorraine Johnson of Aian- kato spent a few days with her father, Joe Johnson. Miss Ruth Houseman of Fairmont, spent several days at the parental C. J. Houseman home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robinson have been visiting friends and relatives in Marshalltown the past week. Mrs. Martin Ravn and daughter, Virginia, are spending this week In Elk Point, S. D.. with Mrs. Ravn s mother. Howard Looft of LuVerne visited at the parental N. E. Looft home. Mr. Looft operates a meat market in LuVerne. Miss Lorene Kinnander and a friends and Mrs. Mable Eckhart of Marseilles, III., have been visiting relatives here for several days. Miss Marlnda Paris, a student nurse at Peoria, HI., Is enjoying a two weeks' vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Paris, Sr. Mrs. Arnold Sorenson of Rlngsted, Mrs. Cora Palmer, Mrs. R. E. Burt, and her father. Mr. Bare, visited on Monday afternoon with Mrs. H. M. Irmlter. Jim Knlpe, a student at the University of Iowa at Iowa City, arrived here the first of the week to spend the summer at the parental J. B. Knlpe home. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson and son, Mcrvin: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Knutson and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmiter and Willard and Marie were Tuesday evening visitors at the Andy Burt. Sr.. home. The event was a surprise party in honor of Mr Burl's son, Alva. Entertain for Betrothed Miss Lucille Fisher, junior high Instructor, was guest of honor at a shower and breakfast given Wed- nf*jd*y momtn* by Mta Donna McCreary and Mr*. Wm. Beck at the Beck home. Her marriage to Dr. Merrill Johnson of Corning will take place in June. Banns of Matrimony The banns of matrimony were published for the first time at 3t. Mary's Catholic church here between Delores Kennedy and Leon Looft, both of Armstrong. The wedding is to take place in June. Harold Mitchell, a student at the Mason City business college, spent the week end at the parental Wm. B. Mitchell home. Mrs. Silas Knutson and Mrs. Carol Knutson and son of Williams spent Memorial day visiting friends and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. John Pritchard and three children and Miss Florence Laffey all of Britt, were Sunday guests at the parental John Laffey home. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Buchan and Miss Viola Buchan, of Des Moines, visited over Memorial Day at the home of their mother, Mrs. J. A. Haisman. The Muses Gertrude and Josephine Blum and Betty Camden. all of Minneapolis, spent Memorial day at the respective Bridget Blum and E. S. Camden homes. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Robinson of Northwood are the parents of a Union Pupils Are Givtn High Rating From Grade Exams Union: Reports have been received from the recent eighth grade examinations of pupils from Union They ranked very high as no aver age "was below 80 per cent. There were 15 graduates. The two high est punils received prizes. Mary Joyce Rich, daughter of Mr. an Mrs. Ed Rich from District No. 7 won first with a score of 94.3 per cent. Eileen Lleurance won secon. place with a score of 92,7. She in frotn District No. 1. Rtith H*erd of District No. 4 lacked two-tenths of a percent in tying for secon place. Her score was 92.5 per cent Eileen is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lleurance. Ruth is the daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Walte Heerdt. Return to St Paul Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl left fo their home at St. Paul last week Thursday. Other guests here ove Memorial Dny were Mr. and Mrs Harvey Kohl. Richard Kohl and a lady friend, all of St. Paul. While here they were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kohl at supper one evening and at the George Elbeit and George Fandel homes near Rodman. It was a real family reunion. Susie Engler of Arnold's Park, and Kate Holdrldge, the latter of California, spent a couple of days last week with the latter's niece, Mrs. Frank Hofiui. Mrs. Presley Sarchett, daughter Jessie, accompanied Mr. and Mr*. Will Bourne to West Bend one afternoon last week where they called at the Joe McCormick home. Mrs. Verne Sarchett visited la:it BREAKS WRIST IN FALL FROM MANGER, SENECA ed'a'broken wrist Wednesday when he fell from a barn manger. Mr. and Mrs. Howard enjoyed a visit from relatives Moines the past week. Maxine Cody Is spending several days at the home of he* aunt, Mrs. Norman Thompson In Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Van Alstlne and sons of Elmore were supper guests at the Sheldon Merrill home Tuesday evening- Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Bolllg and 'amily called on Duane Campbell at the Coleman hospital In Esther- Ille Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson and Mr Johnson's sister of Fort Dodge pent Sunday and Monday at the jarental Carl Peterson home. Mr. and Mrs. Marinus Nelson and aughter enjoyed a visit from Mr. kelson's brother and family of ihelby county for several days this ast week. Duane Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Campbell, Is Improving t the Coleman hospital In Esther- ille and expects to return to his ome soon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smldkunz and amily of near Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Haack and Wm. Haack f near Lone Rock spent Monday venlng at the Leslie Denton home. Mrs. Harley Hoeck and Mrs. Clem )otson called on Mrs. Cora Drinnan t the Coleman hospital In Esther- llle Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Drinnan has been seriously'ill with eart trouble but Is somewhat Improved at this writing. tto Modern Mtter ddftttjrt t hunt* of Mrt. Bnfll Blmers nesday afterftoaft. Plans for th* flub picnic to bo h«h the rlvef hear th« Cart PeterWwi farm July l6t». Mrs. Curtis Often and Mrs. Ole Oftedahi wott fHCe* for game* played during the after* noon. Berneta Gaardc of , Armstrong U Bride Armstrong: Miss Berneta of Armstrong became the, bride of Doland Gambell of Forest (JitjF at one o'clock noon, Sun'day, May 29th at the parental P. A. Gaarde home. The Rev. R. R. Irwin performed the ceremony. • ' The couple was attended by Miss Doris Newstrand and John Rath, both teachers at Swea City. The bride was attired In a floor length Ivory white satin grown. Her at' tendant wore a dress of aqua blue. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the parental Gaarde home to' some 80 Immediate relatives and friends. Mrs. 3ambell Is well known here, having graduated from the local school In 1931. She then attended Waldorf College at Forest City and since then has been teaching first and second grades in the school at Swea City. FARMERS ATTENTION Cattle Fly Spray 45c gal. Coact-to-Coa*t Store Used Cars '37 Oldsmobile Touring Sedan '37 Plymouth Tudor Sedan '32 Chevrolet Coach '30 Chevrolet Coach '29 Chevrolet Coupe '28 Chevrolet Sedan West of Court House Hoenk Motor Service Phono 391 H L. Hoeiik vwywvwv The Hoft U-.IW pond ha. It, us- j **% £'< b °™*»}^™™ > ^ -on f-irm i-s rip..=., they are fau^y , u-tl number of annual bathers who; for the new ! f- n j tne high water more fun. Some d-iys as many as a hundred take, •.neir ,-wun The pond's popularity -•..v, m full swing until the pool OIH'»- in a while the papers come /."-li -.V''h !ir:'A-- uf •.vnri'ierilK-Iit c-Jli- r:..-...' A'._'oni"- r>«?\v hol>:!. Won:--T-.:\^ -r-m-i to be all A good — i.i:-i. il'crr.almg weekly, would -: ~. j 3l-irt 'A'un.icrin^ about a ban<i •-.r i O,r:i'-rt Srr;i-son is litre and et no [,!'i. e 'o play. If you ever the CiM saying "parsing th May 2Sth. Mrs. Robinson ia the former Gladys Anvick of this place. Mrs. C. O. "Norby and daughter. Viol t of Windoin. Minn . visited iJf'oration nay at t.1e home of Mr. ami Mrs. Andrew Opsal. MrM. Xor- by will spend this week here with her daughter. Mr.-i. O|.,al. Mr.v Harry Davis iicronipaiiietl i.ir fiiiht-r to his hcmt in Ochveir.. '.o visit a week. Mr. Wahvuth (arm- here the hr.it of the week to attend the graduation exercises of his granddaughter, Ethel Davis. The Misses Donna Miller and Marie Irmiter went to Truman. 14 Swea City Ladies Visited O. E. S. Home • ri" a.qu.tuit yourself with ths j Minnesota .Saturday afternoon and f erecting a new hand shell | Were accompanied home by Mrs. AIR-CONDITIONED Bus Bo of 'j n : COOL, CLEAN, FRESH AIR ike M. S ant pie Low ares l i I'iltrS Who .ife M c.^Liiiu-s | Ucrgi^ren. S ! Minkel. Kr--.: i o. Kin in .-.-ii'Jer. A, J hhn Ira HcW o K. Nelao •sr.d you'll learn to its fullest extent •-he g.ime of passing the buck. • • * Today <Tue*day> i* thf day th.»> lefe.tted candidate* have their la^t half of the seventh inning. The home inning. At home counting. N'ot votes, but listing names of liars. Counting them one by one. Yes. we have liars, even at voting times. Bernard Lorig and daughter, Marlene. who spent Sunday at the par ental John Laffey home. Announcement of the marriage of Mis* Berntla Gaarde and Doland Gambell of Forest City was made at a party given by her mother. Mrs. P. A Gaarde and her sister, Mrs. Harry Beck at the Gaarde home Thursday evening The wedding took place Sunday. May 2iHh. at the parental Gaarde home. li ^ :..'", a. i Sell 500 Cattle j To Wyo, Reservation \ Lutheran Class Confirmed ' Uvermore: One of the largest' Kenneth Bakken Ernest Anfin- doals that Jennings brothers of thi.s !••>""• phlll 'P MaUrud. Ervin Olson, place have made during their y t *r=, i Marvin Calhoun, Gerald Peder*on. ,ilJuane Bilsborough, Dorothy Norman. Maxine Brundage. Pearl Hovey. Bitty Hanson, Anita Thomp- Boulder V-/..::..r .\rrrary and baby o f stock buying und selling. ..r . licit h.,mc Monday from i'> r.!ur hospital. The baby >".!.} , beait of tin.- Yurk City typt* of vic a :.„ S<JO u-^tlit lot 1 - : i .-.. AlAiO-VA i lu'.Vtt inTERSTflTETRflnSITimES i. i.i tjeei; i.aiiiud Maryaret Jane. Mra OUif Pearson returned last Wednesday from Sioux City, where -:.c had gout to have a physical ex- uium-iiiun ut .St. Joseph's hospital Mr.3 Pcar.iun underwent a goitre i.jjcrauon there laot year. Doctors | ;.runuun<.ed her '.umlilion very sjit- i ir,f;ictory at her recent examinution. : ,o .she i el ur ned huiuo, being brought. ; 1,1 f.i: .-..1 saiiboru by her daughter. i Bernice. who is employed at Sioux It'iiv Mra K. M. Minkct drove to closed recently when they sold to the government 5<X) head of yearling Hie KOI. Cl I1111U111 U^V liCIU W* jrcdlllllA -• • _^ , n heifers to re-stock the Cheyenne son ' J tan NieUen, Dorothy Brown .SuiiDurn bring Mrs. Pearson Indian Reservation Jennings brothers own about a thousand head of caUle in the state of South Dakota at the present time. Clayton, the youngest member of the tirui chartered a planj at Miller, South Dakota, and new to Midland, Texas, to buy these cuttle, shipping them to Miller for distribution. Rev Kramer will leave some tiiu- Monday or Tuesday for Sioux City for the annual retreat. and Delores Baker were the members of a cUuw confirmed at the ' First Lutheran church, Sunday. This class, together with the class of 1936. was the Largest class ever to be confirmed from the church. Hcv. M. A. Sjostrand is the pastor. The class partook at the Lord's Supper and received their first com- week at the Presley Sarrhett home before leaving for her home at L;ir- amie, Wyoming, on Wednesday She came here to visit her mother. Mrs. Fred Philips, who waa ill. Mrs. Ben Gould was guest at -i post nuptial shower at the Jou Cos- Krove home last Wednesday for Mrs. August Bernau. ncp Dorothy Knutsen. Mrs. Cliff Bt-n.vhnt.-r and Mrs. Clark Sruffham assisted Mrs. Cosgrove in entertaining. Visitors n-i ently at the .Jak Smith home Were: Mr. and Mr Ralph Rt-imer.s and girls of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs fllen Zwief. I ', and sons of Algona. Mr. and Mr^ j Cecil Householder of Karlham and j Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oross of Loii" \ Uoc-k. | Mr. and Mrs. Will Harrison wer.-' callers recently at the Frank Hofius home. Will says his mother. Mrs. Gertrude Harrison left last week for Clay Center. Neb . to visit her daughter. Mrs. Geo. Baiers, who has not been enjoying the best of health lately. Mrs. Earl Taylor and her mother, Mrs. L. J. DeGraw of Algona drove to Spirit Lake last Wednesday to visit Mrs. Maynard Stephenson and make the acquaintance of a new son born Tuesday. May 31st. Mrs. Stephenson is a sister of Mrs. Tay lor and a daughter of Mrs. DeGraw Mr. and Mrs. Merle Squiro and baby of Anderson, Indiana, were callers at the home of the former's cousin, Mrs. Earl Miller. Mr. Squire who just recently graduated from the ministry, is looking for a location. Ruth Squire, his sister from Broken Bow. Neb., waa also a visitor at the Miller home. NO NEVILLE AD THIS WEEK JIMMIE IS IN THE CITY PICKING UP MORE BARGAINS t\ Ilena Kunk«l wao Is employed at Convith, folks. Sunday with her New Wesley Teacher Wesley: Mrs. Dorothy Bender of Swuledale has been hired a* the home economics teacher and seventh and eighth grade teacher for next year in the Wesley public school. She attended Simpson College for two years and Iowa State College at Ames for one year. She has had four years teaching experience. This complete* UM faculty for next year. NOTICE Colwell Live Stock AUCTION At l-'air (inmmla an- now dL-M-outinuc'd until after the county fair. If you have any cattle or hogs to sell privately I still have a good outlet and will make you a hid CHI them—all I ask is a chance. Once more thanking one and all for the cooperation and support you have given this sale. Yours for business H. M. Colwell, Mgr. Phone 445 Algona, la.
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