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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 21, 1942
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•1 . 'I- CORWITH MAN AND LUVERNE GIRL WED IN MISSOURI Corwith: Miss Burnell Wagner, daughter 'of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wagner of LuVerne ti/id Lavoy Dawson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jie Dawaon of Corwith, were married at the Methodist parsonage In Bethany, Mo., Saturday July It. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Prey of Corwith. After a short wedding trip they will mnke their home with the groom's parents at Corwith for the present. G'ORVyiTH EDITOR BREAKS BONE IN FOOT Charles Murr, who is employed at the Mullins feed store, fractumi four bones in the big toe on his left foot, when a hand truck which lie was using, fell on his foot. Ho is still making his way about on crutches. Mr. Murr Is the former editor of the Corwith Hustler. SON BORN TO BIB. AND MRS, HAROLD OLSON IN WEST Friend and relatives were sur- •prised Thursday morning when the mail brought announcements of a son born to Mr. and Mrs.. Harold Olson at Los Angeles, /Calrl., The livtle fellow was borri July ll. ; fl,t the Methodist hospital at Lies Angeles and weighed six pounds and six oz. This is the Olsons' first child and has been named Oliver Richard. Mrs. Olson is the former Zelma Applegtae. one of the twin daughters of Ernestf Applegatie^ The Olsons were former Corwith residents and moved to California last fall where Mr. Oleson is employed in an airplane footory. THE MWLLINS SPEND A WEEK AT CLEAR LAKE Mrs. John O. Mullins and their children are enjoying a week's outing at Clear Lake. Tuesday Mrs. Leonard Mullins and boys spent the day at Clear Lake. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Earl. Chambers ami family drove to Clear Lake and spent the night with the Mullins family. On Sunday both the Chambers and Mullins families attended the Iowa State College picnic at Mason City. Both Mr. Chambers and Mrs. Mullins were former students at Iowa State College. MRS. A. W. WILLIAMS IN CRITICAL CONDITION Mrs. Mitchell Williams of Chicago came lost Thursday to assist at the Jim Williams home and to foe with her mother-in-law, Mrs. A W. Williams, who is in a critical condition at the Kossuth hospital following a fall at her home resulting in the breaking of her hip Mrs. Williams' daughter, Mrs. Jack Toillion of Eagle Grove and her granddaughter, Mrs. Bernard Hasman of Goldfield have also been here assisting at the home and also with Mrs. Williams at the hospital. the Galloway family. Dewey, the oldest son and the daughter both underwent appendectomies at the Mercy hospital In Mason City early in the summer. Ernest Applegate went to Des Moines Friday morning on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson visited their daughter, Mrs. Harold Evans and family at Webster City, Wednesday. Mr and Mrs. Charles Erlckson and children, Burlette, Richard and Alfred went to Dunlap this week, to visit at the home of Mrs. Erickson's mother, Mrs. Christine Burling. John Oxley returned home Wednesday of last week from Rocn- ester, Minn., where he took their son, Tommy, for a physical examination and check-up at the Mayo clinic. They report a favorable condition. Miss Laurena Robinson of Marathon and Miss Greta Chamberlin of Humboldt concluded a visit with Miss Edith Wilson and returned to their homes last week. All three are teachers in the Corwith consolidated school. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown, tho Harold Brown family visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Brown's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Daggy at Humboldt. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Engh of Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Potter of Algona visited Thursday afternoon with their daughter, Mrs. Victor Ap- gate and family. Mr. Potter left by bus Thursday evening for Iowa City where he will enter the hospital for examination and possibly an operation. Friends received word here Tuesday of a son born to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jesse, Monday at the General hospital in Algona. The Jesse family were former Corwith residents, having lived west of Corwitn for about eight years, and moving this spring to a farm near Titonka. This is the second son for lh-2 Jesses. Betty Scace, who is employed at Des Moines spent tne week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Scace. Her friend, Miss Loretta Birmingham of Des Moines, accompanied her here and together they visited Miss Birmingham a parents Saturday at Lake Okoboji. The Scaces took them to Des Moines Sunday. 'BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR LITTLE FOLKS AT LONE ROCK Lone Rock: Mrs. A. A. Krueger entertained a group of little folks at a birthday party Thursday afternoon In honor of her daughter, Janet bee's fifth birthday. The little guests were Shirley Alme of Ottosen, Barbara Qulnn, Donna Mae Blanchard, LeRoy Schrador, Marjorle Jean HaucU, Garryl Householder, Bobby Flaig, Diekie Jenson, Dickie Snyder, Max Flaig, Dennis Priebe, John Cotton, David Householder, Dan and Jo Ella Culbort- son, Palma Joy Olson, Kay Ham- lln and Betty Whitehouse, also Mrs. S. M. Gladstone and daughter, Bcu- Inh and Lucille Genrich. TWELVE LONElilOCK WOMEN ATTEND SVVEA CO.TV PARTY Mrs. Roy Jensen and daughter, Marjorle, Miss Tena Jensen, Mrs. Fred Dransfeldt, Mrs. E. M. Jensen and Dorothy, Mrs. Doyle Sanders and Janice, Mrs. Gerald Angus, Miss Clara Bierle and Mrs. Jack Qiiinn arid Salrbara attended a shower for Mrs. Orran Keune at Bode at the Otis Sanders home at Swea City Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz wtere Des Moines visitors Tuesday. Darlene Webb of Titonka spent the; week at the M. O. Richards home. f~ •;', Mrs. Otis Saiiderd aftd Glfcn ef Swea City, were callef? here- Wed* nesday. ' , . ' Dorothy HansOn, Fort Dodge, spent the week end at the Frank Macumber home. Shirley Alme, Ottosen, spent the week with her grandparents, the j. M. Blanchards. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard and daughters, Patricia drove to Rochester, Tuesday, returning home Friday. . Mr. and Mrs. Jack Quinn arfcl children, Barbara and Cletus spent the week end with relatives at Pipestone, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Dacken- and Janice Milligan of Lisbon spent frcm Thursday until Sunday at the Frank Dackon home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Macumber spent Wednesday and Thursday at Mason City where Mrs. Macumber took treatments for her eyes. Mrs. Elsie Major, Chicago, Mrs. Wm. Krause of Ayrshire and Mrs. Herman Krause of Fenton were guests of Mrs. Dora Laabs Monday afternoon. / Mrs. Lawrence Rath was honored at a miscellaneous shower at the Fred Genrich home Friday evening. Hostesses were Mrs. Frert- etfick Schtfltz, MrrfJ Emil Kraft, Mrs. Ralph Hurlbert, Mrs. Albert Shaser Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mrs. Wm. Rath, Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. E. M. Jensen, Mrs. Jack Quinn, Mrs. Harry Hobson, Mrs. Frank Householder. Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and Fred Genrich. Battling and Bates Cars In Collision Near Burt Russell Hutchins Hits Parked Car and Pays $10 and Costs Early Sunday morning a truck went into the ditch near the Chrome Cafe. A highway patrolman, investigating the accident, had his cat- parked near and Russell Hutching drove into it from the rear. He was picked up 'for careless driving and fined $25 with a $15 suspension by Justice Ostwinkle. He paid the $10 fine and $3 costs. THREE OF GALLOWAY FAMILY HAVE OPERATIONS Mrs. Louis Galloway submitted to a major operation at the General hospital at Algona Thursday of last week. This is the third operation this summer for members of "Cat Fishermen" For Sure-Catch prepared catfish 'bait, and plain and spring treble hooks— see H. W. Becker's Sporting Goods Store "Fish and Feel Fit' ARTHUR PLATHE, ST. JOE, RATES CORPORAL IN ARMY St Joe: Pvt. ArthursPlathe was recently promoted to the rank of corporal at Camp Barkley, Texas. He is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs Charles Plathe and he is a ledquarters company mechanic. Corporal Arthur Plathe was inducted in the army January 25th and had been stationed at Camp Walters, Texas, where he received his basic training and went to a mechanics school for 13 weeks. ST. JOE FOLKS VISIT AT WATEBTOWN, S. D. Frank Hilbert, Sr., accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gales, Mrs. Nick Thilges and Ronald Hilbert spent several days last week with the Jake Zellers at Watertown, S. D and the Ed Butlers at Wea- bay S D They returned home on Wednesday. Bernadine Hilbert, who had been visiting in South Dakota, returned home with them. Mrs. Vernon Kramer returned home Wednesday from St. Joseph s Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge, where she underwent an operation for appendicitis. Darlene and Leona Reding spent last week at the Jim Reding home Rev. Hasserbrock to New D-Moines Charge Ledyard: The Rev. and Mrs. Wilbur Hasserbrock have spent the past two weeks visiting at the Wilson Brack home in Ledyard and with friends and relatives near Lakota. Mr. Hasserbrock, who has been preaching in Davenport, will take up new duties as a minister in a Presbyterian church in Des Moines. Clarence Riddle, 21, Joins U. S. Navy Acording to word from Great Lakes, 111., Clarence Oscar Riddle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Riddle Algona, has joined the navy anc is now taking training in the Great Lakes station. A collision of the Frank, Bahling car in which Mrs. Bahling and her daughter, Mrs. Loyola O'Brien and the latter's baby were riding and the Schuyler Bates' car, containing Mr. and Mrs. Bates and heir son-in-law, Don Marlow at :he corner one-half mile west of Burt early Wednesday evening resulted in severe injuries to several, ktrs. Bahling suffered severe bruises and was taken to the hospital for treatment. The baby was knocked unconscious, but was not ser- .ously hurt. ~ overturned, severe scalp wound, a crushed cheek bone and severe bruises. Mrs. Bates, who was trapped in the car, cut a deep gash in her arm, when she -broke through the window to get out. Don Marlow was under the car and suffered a broken cla- vice and a serious chest injury. Most of the group were taken to the Kossuth hospital. The Bates car was Mr. Bates suffered a Whittemore News Maynard Roeber enjoyed a week's vacation from the H. W. Geelan store last week. Ruth Fleming of Chicago is spending a two weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming. AIR-CONDITIONED auniOR Remission... Tuos.-WwIXriuirs., July 31-22-23 See It Again! UNCUT! FULL.LENGTH!^ Every Scene Intact. Continuous Showings. Come any time up to 9 P. M. and tee the complete _ picture.' "You reatfy jioven'1 i«en G W T W , until you'vt tten it "'Jff'J ^fjff; Fri.-Sat., July 24-25 Big Double Feature Three Way Show Two Showings Daily 2 p.m. and 8 p. m. p r j ce —I8c-40c—matinee Prices—18c-50c—night _.... Sunday, -Holiday and ON THE SCREEN AT LAST! TYRONE JOAN POWER-FONTAINE THIS 'Second Feature Texas Banger Tun Holt in "COME ON DANGER" Fun for entire family Saturday Ruth Brattz is spending a week's vacatiion \\lith her skater, Laura Braatz, at the Edwin Johnson home in Mason City. Albert (Babe) Potratz returned home from Moline, 111., last week where he has been employed the past two months. Sgt. Bernard McDonald, son of Mrs. Mae McDonald, arrived here last week Tuesday for a ten day furlough. Mr. McDonald is stationed at Bangor, Maine. Mr. and Mrs. Ervvin KuecUer and children of Ames spent their vacation last week with relatives here, and with Mr. Kuecker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueckor. Mr. and Mrs, Herman Voigt and daughter, Elenora, accompanied by Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, drove to Fort Dodge last week where Mr. Voigt consulted with an eye specialist. Elmer Ostwald formerly employed in the Elbert garage, has accepted a position as mechanic in the W. C. Dau garage in Algona. Ho started his new duties Wednes| day morning. (Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kaschmitter and family of Sheldon, spent their vacation at the home of Mrs. Kaschmitter's mother, Mrs. Theresa Kollasch and other relatives in Whittemore and its vicinity. Mrs. Adam Luchsinger was taken to the Emmetsburg hospital last week Monday where she has a special nurse. She returned home from Rochester, Minn., a week ago and it is reported that her condition is iierious. . Mrs. Clare Roll and daughter, Carol, and Mrs. Anthony Mathas of Manly, Mrs. Herman Ludwig and Mrs. Mary Ludwig of West Bend and Joan Esser of Algona, visited at the John Volk home here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Jessen and son, Ralph, returned home Thurs- evening from Elmhurst, 111., where [ they visited with Mr. Jessen's parents, and with relatives of Mrs. Jessen. They also took a trip 'ct Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. William Koehnecke of Sheldon dropped in on their relatives here Friday morning to spend the week end In Whittemore. They were enroute home from a week's vacation in Minneapolis and Milwaukee. Mr. •Dorine Fraser is working in the AAA office in Algona. Mrs. Lewis Larsen was confined to her bed by illness last week. R. W. Rash is painting eight rooms in the iTtonka school building. The Busy Bee club met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Norris. The U. and I. circle met last Tuesday afternoon at the Mrs. Wm. Larson home, Diane Glasscock, Des Moines, spent Tuesday afternoon at the ] Karl Anderson home. ; John Rash left Friday evening for Chicago, where he will spend several weeks with his sister, Mrs. William Ernst. The Rev. and Mrs. G. H. Wessel and daughter, Lurena, were dinner guests Wednesday at the Walter Widdel home at Fenton. The Hi-Low bridge club met with Mrs. J. G. McDonald last Tuesday afternoon and were supper guests at the J. G. Sewick home. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dremmel and son, Robert, Aurora, 111., arrived Thursday for a visit with Floyd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Drem- Maifled Sunday— •Laufft Jean (Smith, daughter df Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Smith of Algona became the bride of Arne Pedersert, son of Morton and Mary Pederaeir, 6n Sunday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents. Rev. Schaper of the Good Hope church performed the single ring ceremony in the presence of the immediate family. Aline Martinek- of Wesley played the wedding march and Eva Lee Smith sang two songs. The couple was attended by Elida Tapper and Ralph Smith, brothei of the bride. The bride was 4ttlred in- a bluu street length dress with white accessories and wore a corsage of roses. Her attendant wore a navy blue dress with a corsage of mixed flowers. The house was decorated In red, white and blue. The bride is a 1040 graduate of the Titonka high school and has been employed at Dermand's cafe The groom is a 1939 graduate of the Algona high school and has been employed at the Algona Upper Des Moines until recently,'when he joined the army air corps. Out of town guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan, and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Person all of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Leek of Arnegard, North Dakota, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hauptly of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Everett Wltham of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. L. J, Lowman, Jr., of Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller of Algon-a. . Mr. and Mrs. Pedersen will make their home in Alg^ona pending Mr. Pedersen's call into the army air corps, Wed In Missouri- Pearl Hovey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hovey of Algona, became the bride of Cecil LeRoy Cook, son of Mrs. Leota. Cook on July 4th at Bethany, Missouri. They wore married by the Methodst minister and were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Keith Merryman of Britt. A single ring ceremony was used. The bride was attired in a street length salmon colored dress and her attendant wore a green street length dress. Mrs. Cook is a graduate of the Algona high school with the class of 1941 and until recently has been employed at Cummings. The grocm is also a 1941' graduate of the Algona high school and has gone to Kenosha, Wisconsin, where he wil be employed in a defense plant Mrs. Cook will join him in a week or ten days. Wed In Efl*t~ . Amem Mtnglllno, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Mtngilino of Baltimore, Maryland, (became the bride of Harold Dearehs. sort of Mf. and Mrs. C. E.'Dearehs of AigOna, on Sunday, June 28. The single ring cere- nony was performed toy Father itabbenstlne at the St. Johns church in Baltimore. Mr, Dearehs Is a graduate of the Algona high school with the. class of 1837. He later attended art aircraft schtjol In Des Moines and is at present an assembly Instructor at the Glen Martin Aircraft plant at Baltimore, Maryland. Mr. and Mrs. Dearehs are making their nome at Overly, a few miles from Baltimore. Dinner for Visitor- Esther Lavrenz entertained, at a seven o'cmck dinner Monday evening in honor of Mrs. E. V. Worley of Des Moines, who spent a few days visiting friends here. Mrs. Worley and her husband were former residents of Algona, "Mr. Wor«y having been the manager of the Iowa State' Employment office lere, where Esther was also employed. Trinity Ladies The annual picnic of the Trin- .ty Lutheran Ladies Aid was held last Thursday afternoon at the Call State Park with 4n present. The entertainment consisted of singing, games and contests. _ Lunch was served. The committee, Mrs. Loren Brown, Mrs. Mike 'Loss, Jr., and Mrs. Fred Kossieck, had charge of the program. Tw'o-baH Foursome at O. C.— '• A two-ball foursome followed by a dinner was held Sunday at the Country Club. The committee In charge was W. H. Sharp, chairman Mrs. Harold Cowan, ' co-chairman, Dr. W. D. Andrews, Mrs. Clark Bennett, Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer, Milton Dahl, Mrs. Duane Dewd, Edith Welter and liulu Kohl. Birthday Observed- Friday was Mrs. Albin Spongberg's birthday and in honor of the occasion the Birthday Club had a luncheon at the home of Mrs. Willlam Dehnert. Out of town guests were Mrs. M. L. Vinaas and Mrs. Claude Sigsbee of Burt and Mrs. R. A. Iliff of Webster City. Luncheon Honors Visitor— Mrs. E. V. Worley was guest of honor Monday at a -one ' o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. L. E. Linnan. Mrs. Worley, whose home is in Des Moines, is visiting at the Linnan home. COST OF POOR TO KOSSITTH ONE OF STATE'S LOWEST Though kossuth county' is the largest in area In Iowa and ranks 28rd in population the edat of poor outside county home per person per '.week was f i.8i, aocof dlltg to a report Issued by the Iowa Taxpayers Association. The auvey was made IK 1938 and 1940. According to-the r«po'rt there were If counties showing a cost per person of less than $2.00 and in this group Kossuth ranks 12th. Monroe Qounty High The highest cost.per person during the two year's covered by the survey was found to be Monroe county, the population being only 14,600, a little better than half less that of Kassiilh. Monroe costs were $9.61 per person. The ne*t high was Woodbury county with $8.88. The lowest cost per person was shown by Emmet county With $1.19. The majority -of the femaln- »!*« <tf t™ ^vl 1 ' es th« 6f <Mif Navy Mrs. Seft Ru«»ellRo*8, Eiiliftl* it* U* reSS^tfck^th^ son, Russell, who was taking advanced instruction in musld at the Northwestern Silvers ty •* EVart- abtvn ill had •enlisted-in the United s bt »vV. «w-*jj.*ffi32!«, son of the Rosses and since gr ing from the Corwith high hTd completed a college co Mornlngslde College ***.»*& music in the schools at Correction, vllle. We Had received hi iof Music degree this past ---I • '• ••-—IJ.'.T Marjorle Boyken, waitress at W«son's cafe, acdompafllBd Mr,, an£,;, Mrs-. Howard Rose, of Brlttr to the Great Lakes naval'tralnlng station Friday, where-Waiter Rose, son of pect to return oh Sunday. The Decision Ha* B^h Made! The War Production Board Says—No More Innerspring Mattresses After Sept. 1 We will take care of all orders that we can d!ur- ing the remainder of July and August. DON'T DELAY! FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED- as long as our present supply lasts,., Our stock, is running low. Bnrt Mattress Co. P. L. Stalnbrook Phone Wlilttemore 32F13 29* mel. The Kossuth Rationing Board is to be in Burt Friday, July 24, from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. to register local residents for addibionall canning sugar. The Fidelis Sunday School class meets Wednesday afternoon, July 23, at the home of Mrs. Bahne Bahnson, with Mrs. M. M. Chipman as assisting hostess. Richard Chipman had his leg operated on at Rochester, Minn., laat Monday. G. J. F. Vogel who went with him a few days before, JUNIOR LEGION TEAM, BANCROFT, WIN IN DISTRICT Bancroft:. The Bancroft Junior Legion baseball team won the eighth district championship at Fort Dodge last Wednesday in a round robin tournament. They won over Manson 2 to 1 in the first game and then downed Fort Dodge 9 to 1 to win the series. VOLUNTEER HELP NEEDED IN RED CROSS MENDING Red Cross mending parties of teen-aged girls will be started in Bancroft if enough Interested persons can be contacted. Mrs. J. F. Helinsky is in charge. Mildred Fangman left for Chicago last Saturday evening, where she will work. Mrs. Eva Mason of Pine Camp, N. Y., came last Thursday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Evans Carmean. Everista Hatten, who has been visiting at the Gordon Hatten home at Foley, Minn., returned Saturday Stanley Patterson Promoted Corporal In a letter recently received by his mother, Mrs. Gusta Patterson, city, Stanley Patterson announces that he has been promoted to corporal. He Is stationed at Muroo, California, With a medical detachment. He enlisted here last November 6th. Attention, Men The Navy Recruiting Station at Spencer, Iowa, wishes to inform you that, even though classified under the Selective Service, you can enlist in the Navy and Naval Reserve up to the moment you are actually inducted into the army. Make your application and take your physical examination at the Spencer Recruiting Station, 'and your transportation will be furnished to Des Moines for final checkup and' enlistment. Don't wait until it is too late. Apply now at Spencer, Iowa, second floor of the Clay County Court House. evening. Margot Backtell, Chicago, is Hospital News BONDS AT TUBS Koehnecke is the C. M. St. Paul section foreman at Sheldon and a former Whittemore resident. Dorothy Sebers returned to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Saturday afternoon. She accompanied Mrs, Augusta Lavrenz and daughter, Elda, Amelia and Esther of Algona, to Okoboji, where they spent last week at the George Elbert cottage in West Okoboji She returned to her Duties at the Cummings stjro in Algona Monday morning. up came home Monday afternoon. Edward Paine, who is employed by the Postal Telegraph and Cable Co., at Harlingen, Texas, spent a few days the first of last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Paine. Mrs. Bill Hines, Ames, and Arlene Ryg, Rake, visited Tuesday evening at the home of their sister, Mrs. Arthur Baum. Rosie Ryg went to Rake with them to spend a day or two with her parents. .Gerald Geesman arrived from Fort Dix, New Jersey, last week to spend a furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Geesman. He had been in the hospital there two or three months with an injured knee. Mrs. Bert Palmer and Miss Lucia Wallace, Algona, spent Thursday at the K. J. Smith home. In the afternoon several other ladles were entertained at bridge at the Smith home. They were Mrs. H. O. Buell, Mrs. Al Steahle, Mrs. F. L. Pratt, Mrs. Casey Loss and Mrs. R. J. Nealy. June Rash, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Rash, and Orville White, Jr., Nashville Tenn., were married July 4 at Columbia, Tenn., in the Methodist church there. The bride, who is a graduate of the Burt high school, is manager of a photo studio at Nashville. Mr. White operates the White Appliance Co ut Nashville. Mrs. G. W. Leek, Arnegard, N. D., has been visiting her brothers and sisters here the past week or two. A week ago Sunday a family gathering was held at the Emil Person home in her honor. The Tom Trenary, Floyd Duncan, Henry Smith, Ralph Dugan and Ray Smith families were there, also Mr. and Mrs. Heine Miller and daughter of Graettlnger. spending this week visiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Thomas Murphy and family. Mrs. Sam Heaton of Champaign. 111., is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Hart. Mrs. Heaton is the former Anthonette Hart. Week end visitors at the N. J. Schiltz home were Mrs. Charles Foth, Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. Mike May, Ashton, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Stough of Sibley. The Greenwood township farm bureau group held Its July picnic at the Maurice Bernhard home, last Sunday. The August picnic will bP held at the J. F. Coyne home. Mrs. V. J. Lattimer and family, and Miss Mabel Hatlestad spent two days last week visiting at Min- Farmers: May we suggest tlhat NOW, While parts are .available, is the time to overhaul and repair your corn picker. . ; - - Used Machines 36" Woods Bros, all steel thresher No. 4 McCormlck-iDeerlng cream separator / Royal Blue cream separator •• , DeLaval cream separator ••...., Deering corn binder • Papec ensilage cutter _ ' Two 15-30 tractors .,, ,.. , . . \ 10-20 tractor Two No. 20 two-row Farmall mounted corn pickers • McGormick-Deeriog Store ALGONA Phone 52 Walt Hall, Mgr. uwyvwwwwwww Miss Hatlestad left her home in New neota, Minn. Saturday for York. Catherine Rahe who has spent the past six weeks attending summer school at Storm Lake, came home with Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hatten . and family of Early Saturday and they spent the week end visiting General Hospital July 7— Wm. P. Studer, Wesley, surgical; Mrs. L. M. Galloway, of Corwith, surgical. July 11— Mrs. Gaylan Vitzthum, Wesley, girl; Mrs. George Spiking, Algona, medical. July 13— Eileen Satern, West Bend, surgical. July 13— Mrs. Ernest Jesse, Titonka, boy. July 14— Esther Larson, Corwith, surgical; Howard Krause,, Lone Rock, surgical; Mrs. Robert Will, Corwith, boy. July 15 — Mrs. Glenn Johnson, Algona, medical; Julie Laubenthal, West Bend, surgical; Goldie Unger, Corwith, surgical. jj u ly 16— Lyle Aarhus.i Fenton, surgical. July 18— Blane Phillips, Algona, surgical. July 19— Mrs. Roland Lenz, Livermore, boy. July 20— Frank Kollasch, Whittemore, surgical. here. Ruth Adolphson and Mrs. Margaret Rosencrans of Des Moines arrived here last week for * visit. Miss Adolphson is visiting her sisters and other relatives. Mrs. Rosencrans is visiting her mother, Mrs. John Nemmers. Kossuth Hospital July e—Mra. Leo Stevens, Britt, MelvinAttigMvwt Surrender License to Drive for 90 Days Melvln Attlg. anoui 20, of- Wesley, on July 9th in an accident in Portland township ran his car into the ditch. Yesterday he was haled into Justice Odlljwinkle's court, charged with failure to report an accident and fined $100, with a suspension of $75, and surrendered his driving license for 90 days. In the meantime he was remanded to the custody of bis brother, Everett At- Germaine Becker returned , Monday from a several weeks' it with relatives at Cp>ton Stella Mae Reding I? with the work at the Vernon 1 er bowe. . Lutheran Speaker ' boy. j u ]y a—John Gingrich, LuVerne, surgical; Wesley Evans, Swea City aurgiqal; James Dodds, AJgoni, surgical; Mrs. Wm. "Barry, Jr., Algona, boy; Jean Kajewski, Cylinder, surgical. July 9—Mrs. George Attig, Wesley, accident; Walter McCormick, West Bend, surgical; Mrs. C. O. Wadlelgh, Wesley, boy. July 10—Leona Kissner, Ringsted, surgical; Mrs. Harold McDonald, Whittemore, boy. July 11—Mrs. Andrew Kramer, I Bode, girl; Wm. G. Daughan, Algona, medical; Wm Fuerstenau, of Lone Rock, medical. July 12—Joe Erdman, Wesley, accident; Frances Hanlg, Wesley, accident;'Mrs. James Besch, Whittemore, girl. i July 13—Mrs. Gene Qaddls, Air gona, girl. July 14—Florence Fude, Cyllnr der, surgical. July 15—Mrs. Roman Yu»k, Algona; Mrs. 'Frank Bahltag, Burt, accident; C. B. Bates, Lone Rock; accident; Don Marlow, Lone Rock, accident. July 17—Mrs. JR. C. Bauer, Wes^Jay July WHtfaura Wlcbtenda&l, West Bend, medical July ?4-R<* gwa, »urgl«4; Algona, ft Al, Now, About This Business of Advertising . . . There are a gr*at many people who think t&fc''advertising isn't very necessary, now that so much merchandise, hem either ' ; been- put out of production qr curtailed, anfi the rest Is pro- 4. tected by price 'ceilings, The fact is tha^ folks w$nt 6> knp.w more about the substitutes they can use ,. -'they want wore in* formation about how to ppnserve what fcljey; fljrfftsly have, want to buy quality goods and they wanV'to'' buy. Tell them In your \ ' The Algona Upper Des Moines

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