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TheAlgona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 2,193& CRESCO CHUMS 4H GIRLS ENJOY STAY AT LAKE irvington: The Cresco Chums 4-H dub girls enjoyed an outing at a Clear Lake club the past week end. L. A. Matern and David King took the girls over Thursday and went After them Sunday. The slrla who went were La Verne Gander, Esther Scheppman, Zelda Long, Lois Ban-, Patricia Matern and Dorothy King. In their club work the girls have started their scrap books. At a recent club meeting Stella Mayer was elected treasurer to fill the vacancy caused by the moving •way of Lorraine Thomas. Former Renltlento Visit Miss Mae Knoblock of Waterloo was visiting friends and relatives bere over the week end. Some year ago before the Knoblock family moved to Waterloo they were employed by Edw. Mawdsley. Celebrates Birthday Little Clarence Henntng celebrated his sixth birthday last Wednesday, July 27th by entertaining 12 Of his little friends. Clarence is the on!y son of Mr. «nd Mrs. John Hennlngs, assistants at the loca county home. U, B. Frank), Irvlngton merchant was confined' to his bed recently by Illness. Threshing has been somewha hindered during the last few days by heavy rains. Grain threshed ou< so far has been averaging between 88 and 50 bushels per acre and i» much lighter than usual Mrs. Clara Peters and daughter were visiting here during the past week with relatives and friends Mrs. Peters will be better remembered here as the former Clara Dut ton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Chester • Dutton, proprietor of the Frankl store many years ago. The Peters are now residing In Omaha Neighbors Give Aid To Fire-Hit Family Union: Friends of the W. H. Rled- el family have been very generous In offering to assist them following their recent loss by fire. Their hay rack and harness were destroyed but neighbors who had extra harness and wagon gears and another a rack, came to the rescue, so he would be able to go on threshing without delay. Union farmers cherish and are noted for their neighborly spirit. NEW PLAN BOOK •hows Easy Ways to BUILD or MODERNIZE your Farm Buildings CORWTTH WOMAN CELEBRATES 80TH BIRTHDAY SUN. Corwlth: Mrs. H. L. Llptrap was hostess at a birthday dinner, held at her home, last week Sunday, honor- Ing her mother, Mrs. Whetsler, who was 80 years of age. Mrs. Whetsler Is In apparently good health and enjoying life to a high degree. Her children who were present besides Mrs. Llptrap and her family, were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klmball and family of Klemme, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whetsler and family of Ren- wlclc and Mr. and Mrs. Art Tabb and Eunice of Corwlth. Return* Home John Stull has returned to his work at Iowa City after having spent a short vacation at the home of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Claud Stull. Many Beautiful N«wBARN8I N«w Ways to SAVE MONEY, Labor—fncraasa Production This new plan book is packed f uD of hundreds of time and money saving suggestions for building or modernizing: your farm buildings. Shows how you can build' or modernize at a minimum of, cost. It's too valuable to give; away, so come in and we'll gladly lend you one. Or phone-and we'll mail you one. No obligation. How yoa can plan your buildlnga to make work easier. How to eliminate costly building mistakes. How to provide animal comfort and increase production. Before LJOU BUILDor MODERNIZE Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 25G Jim Pool BUILD or MODERNIZE NOW/ Family Moves to Corwith Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vefnitm and daughter, Mary Jane of Pontlar, Michigan, have moved to Corwl'h and will occupy the Mrs. Irene Bogard home In the north part of town. Mr. Varnum will be employed by the Mulllns Feed A Seed Co. Mr". Varnum is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mullins. Hillings Have Picnic The B. L. Hullng family held a picnic last week, Sunday, at the Eagle Lake State Park. Those pre; cnt were Mr. and Mrs. G*org2 Me- Douglc of Pontiac, 111., Mr and Mr* Will Lelghty of Des Motnea, Mrs. Sadie Eldredge and Mrs. Leighty of Dawson. Mrs. Fred Mattoon returnei last Wednesday from her trip to Olney, 1). Mrs. Robert Masterson, Mrs. Harold Evans and Betty Lou were callers at Wesley last. Friday morning. Miss Maxine Perkins has returned home after a two weeks' vacation with her aunt, Mrs. Harry Lichty, at LuVerne. Wallace Woodbury of Des Moines spent « few days of the past week at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Woodbury. Mrs. Ray Daughan entertained the Everready club Wednesday of last week with fourteen present. Mrs. Daughan served a two course luncheon. Mrs. P. E. Walley accompanied a group of girls to Clear Lake where they are enjoying a week's out- Ing at the Des Moines cottage. The girls who went are Virginia Walley, Evelyn Weber, Betty Scace. Leona Thompson, Harriet Oxley and Dorothy Hilyard. Texan Visitor Among Guests at Lotts Creek Horn Lottft Creek: Mrs. Augusta Mark graf of Fort Worth, Texas an Mrs. Dettman and Mr. and Mr Paul Dettman of Burt, Mr, and Mr Wm. Mafon of Dolllver, Mr. an Mrs. Wm. Rusch, 8r., of Whltte more, and Mr. and Mrs. Marti Meyer and Elvira were Sunday eve nlng, July 24th, supper guests a the Nick Oengler home. Mr. an Mrs. Wm. Rusch, Jr., and famll of Wh I Item ore were callers In th evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dltsworth an Richard were Thursday evening vis Itors at the Art Jackman home. Mrs. Herman Gade and famll. were Thursday afternoon visitor at the Hugo Faulstlch home an also dinner guests. Otto WJchtendahl of Lotts Creek received word that his brother, Geo Wlchtendahl of West Bend wa taken In an ambulance to Rocheste where he Is suffering from blooc poison in his hand. August Clearance i SALE »l!Jt rfieera, hop*acklng, Unriu, pbUn crept*, only Wash Dresses, regular to $ 1 .25 ____ 69c All Sportswear __. __________ Half Pri'/e Dresses, values to $3.95 now ____ $1.98 Slips, taffeta, regular $ 1 .98 value _ _ _98c Blouses, values to $1 .98, now ______ 98c Silk Hose, regular $1 .00, 2 pair _ . _$1.69 Summer Bags all go at only ________ 50c Pajamas and Gowns, cool batiste __88c Paradise Footwear ____ . _________ $3.85 Knee-Hi Hose, regular 79c ________ 49c White Shoes, values to $5.00 _____ $1.98 Anklets, values to 25c ____________ lOc Shoes, Odd Pairs ____ ,_ _________ $1.00 Coats and Suits _______________ £ Price Knit Dresses, regular $11.75 ___ $5.95 Odd Lot of Silk Hose ______ . _______ 39c Group of Hats __________________ 25c Batiste Panties _________________ 19c House Slippers _________________ . _ 50c Summer Suits ___ . _____________ \ Price Cartwright Dresses, spring and summer garments ___________ \ Price Wash Dresses, 1 4 to 48 _________ $1 ..49 Slacks and Shirts ____________ each.SOc Formats, regular $5 to $8 _________ $2.00 Shirley Temple Dresses ________ $1.19 Children's Sandals ________ . _______ 50c Silk Lastex Girdles ______________ 98c KRESENSKY'S RUBY BERG WILL BE SWEA-EAGLE HEALTH ENTRANT Swea-Eagle: Miss Lucille Pepoon, home demonstration agent of Algona, met with the Swea 4-H club demonstration team, Phyllis Pro* ton and Ruby Berg at the home of Mrs. E. Lanon last Thursday evening. The Swell girls have all hnd their health examinations and Rubv Berg scored highest in the club. She will compete with other county girls at Algona Tuesday. Betty Walker Goes Back to Des Moines Hurt: Betty Walker, who had spent several weeks at the home of her mother, Mrs. Carl Bahllng on sick leave, returned to Des Moines Sunday, where she is taking nurse's training at the Methodist hospital Movie Reviews Lila Berg was at Iowa Falls from n week ago Sunday until Wednesday attending the Baptist Assembly held there. Alden Devary of near Mason City is visiting at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. EVB.UH. CALIFORNIA BOY VISITS WEST BEND West Bend: Ferris Grig^s o' California, ca.ue Friday for a vitlt at •he ij«ie o! niy granjfather. Frani. "oyle. He is I've yearj old and he came from California with nix uncle, '"arren FVlttn, wh > is at Emmethburg visiting hi? parents. W. F. Attend Daubendiek of Calumet, Carl Daubcndiek and daughter, Ruth, of Alton. Miss Elethtt Daubendiek of Remsen. attended a meeting of the stockholders of the bank here, Monday. Carl and his daughter morning. left for Anita Tuesday Arm In/crted George \Vi< htendahl was taken to Rochester for treatment for an infected arm. Infection bet in ^fter ht knocked the scab from a cut on hi« arm. He was unconscious when taken to Rochester hut was much improved at this writing. Mr. Gross of Lone Rock spe,it Wednesday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Jeanne Simmons. Miss Ruth Noeding spent the past week visiting friends in Dubuque, Iowa. She attended colle!;<_> there last year. Misses Marie Dunn and Mae Sloan were business visitors. Thursday, at Rodman in the interests of the telephone company . Mr. and Mrs. Allen Uearhart arc ..pending thtir vacation a*, the lakes lu-ar Bemidji, Minn. Mr. f.tarhart 1.1 Die town marshal. Mr. and Mrs. Berne MiHtr of Ionia, Iowa, are visiting in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. l. 1 . Miller, and at the H. M. ManU home. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Munson, daughter Charlcne and sun Cliff, were business visitors ut Ragle Grove Tuesday. They alsj visited relatives while there. The Home Study class met with Mrs. M. T. Munson, Thursday afternoon. Rev. and Mrs. Noeding and Mrs. Ernest Dick of Oklahoma City. Oklahoma. were welcome guests. Mrs. Orville Harr of Havelock, called at the W. M. Rilty home on Thursday afternoon. Her father, C'harlus Simmons, who has been ut the Riley home, w.'iit home witn, Mrs. Harr The Chr/atian Young: People's society held a wiener roust at Mc- Kniglil's Point Thursday evening. Rev. Noediug chaperonedi The evening wus spent in playing games and ainyijig. (By Eleanor Fra»er) Miss Cmto asked me whether the picture version of the "Lone Wolf in Paris" follows the story, as written by Louis Joseph Vance (which we have agreed is well-written. I can't answer as to that, having for- goten It except that The Lone Wolf did reform. However faithfulness to the story may be, the moving picture is more than average In Itself. It is photographed carefully with an eye to beauty of composition and general effect. Frances Lederer makes a most acceptable Lone Wolf hero, Frances Drake the lovely lady, and there Is a support' ing cast of sufficient villainy in flp pearance. Another thing particularly pleasing in this picture is absence of over-pretentiousness. It is a Col' umbia picture, as is "Holiday." Columbia Pictures Corp. do not go In for splurge and super-splendor, perhaps because they may not have a several million a picture budget. But that is nil to the good. It l.o the same old Idea that restriction makes for better art. And It begins to seem that the public is somewhat satiated with unlimited magnificence. A super spectacle once In a blue moon Is a high spot in the ordinary run of life, but to b? regaled with an outslzed production every week or so—for don't forget that the average movie-goer attends pretty regularly—is too much for comfortable consumption, both mentally apd physically. So when one sees a good entertain- nunt that doesn't pretend to b<j a bit more than It '», one can really appreciate It, One aspect that was especially noticeable was an absence of Innumerable large size closeupx. It seemed to me that the picture was presented less personally, that Is. as though the producer had had a more detached viewpoint, that he had thought less of Impressing his future audiences and more of making a logical, smoothly flowing narrative In pictures. For example, I don't remember even one gigantic close-up of the entertainers in the floor show. Considering that they Were only an incident, unnecessary for the furthering of the plot, it was quite proper that they should not loom large In the scale of cinematography. They were seen from the viewpoint of the principals. But let it be said that they were well- photographed In an artistic arrangement of lights and shadow*. It really requires a foreigner to portray the role of the Lone Wolf, since he is continental In character and his life is laid largely In European cities. Hence, the choice of Francis Lederer Is a happy one. Not only is he a capable actor, but he is dark and handsome in a romantic way suited to one rescuing royal beauty In distress from villainous traitors. Jenkins is the valet to the Lone Wolf, the valet who reformed peforce when his master reformed but still given to active twinges of regret. There is a clever une sided telephone conversation ft-1 ween Jenkins iml hi:: n-'i'tcr, that tells I)],- whr.l» the picture does not follow the story. It Is undoubtedly a mistake for a. producer to change very radically a well-known and popular story but It Is still being done. The cast of "White Banners" Is excellent But the story as presented appears somewhat specious. Marjorie Phillip*, Ann* May and BHa Harr are spending the week vacationing at Clear Lake. Jerry Go«a visited his mother, Mrs. Phyllis Good at Fort Dodge from Sunday until Thursday, Jerry Bob Anderson, little son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson, has been 111 since last week Wednesday. Josephine Mulllns returned to her home in Omaha, Sunday, after a two weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. W. T. Daughan and family. Ed Osterbaner of Rockford, III., visited his sister, Mrs. Anne Fechner, from Tuesday Until Saturday. He also attended to business matters. Evelyn Capener of Carroll, was the dental assistant In the office of Dr. H. M. Olsen last week when Magdalene Stoffel was on her vacation. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer and Family spent Sunday visiting Mrs. Sawyer's brother, V. C. Walkeck and 'amily, who reside on a farm near larner. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Walker mid son, Roy spent the week end in Sioux -Ity on business, and at Salfx vislt- ng Mr. Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walker. Mrs. May Hnirington, daughter Sernice, and Alice Payne will leave T.iursday fo.- u ten day vaca'.im rip through the Black Hills rind to Yellowstone National Park. Mr*. B. C. Weaver arrived Thursday and visited until Saturday with ler friend, Mrs. Al Granzow. Mrs Weaver's home Is In Mason City and she formerly lived In Algona. Mrs. Edythe Dal ley and Mrs. Elen Wagoner drove to Des Moines Sunday. Mrs. Dalley visited her son Bill, and Mrs. Wagoner was a guett at the home of friends, Mr. and Mrs, Heine Sorstedt. Mrs. Blalne Asher and baby aughter, Mary, of Spencer, visited rom Tuesday until Sunday at the home of the former's brother, Har- Id Kuchenreuther, and her sister, Gertrude Kuchenreuther. Betty and Eleanor Edge returned o their home in Mitchell. South >akota, after a week's visit here. Jetty was a guest at the W. G. McCullough home, and Eleanor was a uest of Eleanor Thorpe. Sir. and Mrs. Hector McCullan of Windsor, Oontarlo. Canada, stopped itonday, and visited Mrs. McCullan's cusln, Mrs. Ann Fechnur. The ftCulIar.i were oj: 'heir way to the est coast for a vacation trip. .Mr. and Mrs. H. W. .Miller. Dr. nd Mrs. John Keneflck returned ast week Tuesday evening after n ve day vacation trip to Duluth, :enara, and Winnipeg, Canada, and hrough Itasca State Park. Paul Laldley came Sunday to vU- t at the homes of bis brother, Dow, and sister. Mrs. H. M. Vlnson, and o take his daughter, Jean and fancy, home with him after a eek's visit at the Vlnson home. Mrs. D. 3. Bredall and daughter, Denese. returned, Friday, after a two weeks' visit with relatives In Spencer. Patricia Cowan returned with them nnd will visit here with her cousin, Dcncse, for a week. Dr. William Montux arrived Saturday morning and will be a guest at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Monlux for two w«»ks. Dr. Monlux teaches pathology at Cornell University In Ithaca, New York. Mr. and Mm. Leon Merritt, Enid Fuller and Phyllis Sawyer drove to Madison, Wts., Saturday, and brought Betty Merritt home Sunday night. Betty has been there several weeks taking Instruction at the Music clinic. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard drove to Winnebago, Minnesota, Sunday, and visited at the home of Mm. Barnard's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mm. C. A. Norman. Mrs. Barnard's ccusin, Elaine Van Arnarn of Minneapolis returned with them for a week's visit here. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Kramer and son, Charles, and Mrs\ Kathryn Kramer of Dyersvllle, Iowa, left on Friday after a week's visit at the home of Mr. and Mr*. C. H. Ost- wlnkle. C. H. Kramer Is a brother of Mrs. Ostwlnkle and Mrs. Kathryn Kramer Is their mother. Olrense* went to be hard hit this year, the little ones as well as Ring lings. The one Eddie Selfert has been with this summer disbanded recently and Eddie Is now bark with his old friend, Frank LdRue. with whom he did an acrobatic number for years. They are In Marlon, In dlana, preparing for a tour of fairs this fall. Dr. mid Mrs. H. M. Olson and son, Melvln, and Mr. and Mrs. Burdettc Agard, daughter, Ruth Ann, and Mrs. Award's mother, Mrs. Fred Davis and Leona Walker drove to Mlnadga. Minnesota, Saturday to the Olson cabin near Leech Lake. Mr. Agard and Dr. Olson, returned Monday, and the women will remain for a week. Maude McBrootn and Ruth Bishop arrived Monday-for a week's visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A, Bishop. They had been In Minneapolis attending the first term cf summer school at the University of Minnesota, and will return to Iowa City where they teach school. Miss McBroom Is Mrs. Bishop's sister, and Ruth Is a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Oncer Knoll, an>1 «;. tnd Mrs. Melvln Knoll rsi-irn-jil lint week Tuesday f*i m m eight Jny vacation trip. They dro/j to Kansas City, Mo., visited Mrs. Ande's. n's brother, W. II. Anderson on his dairy farm near Nevada. Ma, and drove through the Ozaiks to Eureka Springs, Lake of the Ozarks, ley, who was seriously 111. She has been in Algona the past six weeks visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Nordstrom. Agnes has taken quite ft Httle peit gr&««wte work since going to California and Is connected with on* ef. ttw Los Angeles hospitals. the Shepherd of the Hills country, to St. Louis, Mo., and on home. I MM and M«M Floyd Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Qelgel, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stepheuson and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Scuffham and family, Mrs. Hattle Phillips and daughter, Donna Jean, Mrs. Ann Fechner, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hopkins, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Steoh- enson and family were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pooch at their home in Llvermore last week, Sunday. Mr. and Mr*. Clarence Swanson and Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Pierce, returned Friday evening from a two weeks' vacation Into northern Wisconsin and Minnesota. Among the interesting places they visited wns the Lltte Bohemian resort In northern Wisconsin where Dllllneer and his pals shot their way through a posse of G-men. Mr. Swanson vreni to Centervllle, Saturday, and brought back his daughter, Rosalie, who had been visiting there during h-3r parents' vacation trip. Agnes Nordstrom and hsr sinter, Marie, returned last week from Minneapolis, where they had been visit- Ing another sister, Mrs. Jack Hanley. Agnes, who Is a registered nurse In Los Angeles, was helping to care for her niece, Phyllis Han- .V AT THE UIHIIL 36,812 people were killed by automobiles in 1935. Undoubtedly poor vision van the cause of some of these accidents which might have been avoidable. Your life, your fam- ilr's life and your neighbor'* Jife are in your Lji'ds when you are at the wheel. Play safe. Lei u» check your eye- light today! A. W AMUNSON OPTOMETRIST Over Borchardt'3 of ttory \vittv n! leportiiig ilif e obvioii.'.net::i < ther side. This is a myatt-!./ :>tory that \-:\A the audience in on the evidence; to that they may hunt with the hounds For example, that nice little touch when the hero .surrtptiously transfers some lurnioui powder to the villaintis' hand, and then very toon her fingerprints reveal to the Lone Wolf standing in the darkness just where she has looked to see if the jewel is safe. • • * Hut enough ut the Lone Wolf, and on to consideration of another Columbia picture, "Holiday" with that capital comedy team Katherim; Hepburn and Cary Grant. "Holiday" was made from the stage play of the same name written by Philip Barry. As usual, when a movie i.-t made from a good stage play—that is if the screen writers or tl.e director or some one else doesn't make hash of it—this movie play is good. It is not too long. It is well constructed and rather well edited, too. i Of ten one feels that one could do much better at the scissoring job than the person who is paid for it.' I can tell from the press book that some unnecessary scenes have been eliminated. There is something to be said for the photography, too. There are Ame closeup portrait.* of Katherlne Hepburn in conversation with Grant, which make her look positively beautiful. The coat is uniformly good, with Doris Nolan aa the lovely sister, Lew Ayres the disillusioned brother, and Edward Everett Horton and Birinie Barnes and Jfun Dixon for the le*ser comedy. Henry Daniell does well enough but has a miserable part. "Holiday" htfs plenty of moral to it. in whut seems to me a more palatable form than "White Banners." I am of two minds about the latter. I have heard many complaints th;U „.-,,,..,.,„ FREE! 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