PAGE FOUR MRS, N, C, XLAMP DIES; BURIAL HERE , Funeral services will be held to- fcorrow afternoon at 2:30 at the Methodist church for Mrs. H. C. -Klamp, who died at the home of ~9nr daughter, Mrs. C. I,. Ingersoll, Tuesday afternoon. Qhe had been alck six months, and she was taken to the Ingersoll home three •weeks ago. She died of heart and kidney troubles. Mrs. Klamp was iborn October 1, 1854, 79 years ago, in Germany and fcer maiden name was Willmina Caroline Meyer. When she was 18 her parents brought her to this country, and they settled in Clayton county. Three years later, March 9, 1877, She -was married, and the Klamps tanned in Delaware county 19 years. Jn 1895 they moved to Kos- flutb. <sounty and farmed seven miles north of Algona, where their son Walter Klamp now farms. Mr. and Mrs. Klamp moved to Algona three years ago, and lived on Harland street. Mrs. Klamp is survived by her husband, 82, who •will now make his home with Mr; Ingersoll, and by five children Mrs. Ingersoll, 'Algona; Alfred Woodbury, Ore.; Charles, Algona Mrs, Arthur Fluhrer, Charles City and Walter. Another son, Leonard died 13 years ago. Mrs. Louis Mey er, PostviHe, sister of Mrs. Klamp survives, but is low with cancer The 'Rev. Henry Schmidt, Fred- «ricksburg, assisted by the Rev. C V. Hulse, wfll conduct the funeral services, and .burial will be made to Rlverview cemetery, where the •Son is burled. KoaSttf tt COUNTY ADVANCE. ALOONA. tOWA -*• Fenton Youth Weds Girl From Seymour Fenton, June 6—Lawrence, son •of Mrs. Kate Hantelman, near Fenion, and Mabel, daughter of Mr •and Mrs. L. J. Hanna, of Seymour, .were married at the Methodist parsonage, Centerville, last week Wednesday. Lucille Hantelman sister of the 'bridegroom, attended the bride, and Olaf Norland was lest man. The bride is a graduate •of the State Teachers college and ias taught at Mallard and Seymour. Since completing his school .work at Fenton Mr. Hantelman has been employed near Mallard and Bmmetsburg. The newlyweds will live on the Basil MoEvoy farm three miles north of Envmetsburg. Baseball Dates Wanted. Ledyard, June 6—The Ledyard Tigers defeated the Ledyard Man- eaters, 15-11, in a slugging duel Monday, Junkermeier and Zielske on the mound. Claude Reece, Ledyard, of *he Tigers, seeks Sunday dates with all comers. Algonlon Weds Lakota Girl— iLast evening an impressive church wedding was solemnized at the First Presbyterian church, Lakota, when Henrietta Oeraldine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Aalderks, Lakota, and Alvin J., son of Mr. and Mrs. August Huenhold, Algona, were married by the Rev. O. H. Frerklng, pastor. The double-ring ceremony was* performed at 8 o'clock, and the church, decorated with palms and gladioli, was filled with' invited relatives and friends. Lohengrin's vedding march was played by Mrs. J. Ukena as the bride entered on ;he arm of her father. Mrs. O. .H. Frerking sang I Love You Truly and Oh, Promise Me. Viola Bleich, fiurt, intimate , riend of the bride, was maid of 1 honor, and Peggy Edwards, Garner, ' niece of the bride, was flower girl. Donald Cronan, Algona, was best man. The bride was gowned in white satin and lace fashioned in fitted princess lines and having Jong, tight-laced sleeves. Her veil was of tulle caug<ht in cap fashion. She carried a shower (bouquet of yellow Joanna Hill roses, lavender orchids, and lilies of the valley. Miss Bleich wore a gown of pal© yellow organdy cut in long fitted lines with large puffed sleeves. Her accessories were white and she carried a bouquet of yellow Joanna Hill roses and lilies of the valley. Litble Peggy Edwards was dressed in a ruffled frock of pink crepe-de- chine. The bridegroom and the jest man wore foouttonnieres of white gardenias. ; After the wedding a reception was held at the home of the bride's >arents for relatives and intimate 'rlends of bride and bridegroom. 'here were 30 guests at the wed- ing. Out of town guests were Mr. md Mrs. August Huenhold, daugfo- er Lulu Anne, and son H. F. luenhold, the Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner, and Mayor and. Mrs. C. F. pecht, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mwards, Garner; iMr. and (Mrs. O. 1. Aalderks, Cincinnati, O.; Mrs. I. L. Iversen, daughter (Elizabeth Ann, Marian Iversen, and Robert Iversen, Clinton; Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Bleich, Hurt. .After the reception the newlyweds departed on a honeymoon to Michigan and Chicago. The bride wore a cape dress of grey crepe with touches of flesh-colored organdy, accessories grey. Mr. and Mrs. Huenhold will be at home at 429 Church street Algona, after July 1. Fifty Years Country Club Season Opened— The opening Country club party took place last Thursday night at the .clubhouse. , A .two-course dinner was served at 7 o'clock. After dinner a group ,of girls gave a tumbling and lap-dancing act: Helen Franlkl, Helaine Ostrum, Eva Shackelford, Ruth Turner, A'llne Geilenfeldt, and Dorothy DeMott. Evelyn Smith played the music. Games and dancing followed. Mrs. Raymond McCorkle and her orchestra played. The committee in charge was: Messrs, and Mesdames M. H. Falkehhainer, D. E. Dewe'l, H. M. Smith, F. E. Kent, II. H. Miller, Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews, June Corey, and Dr. H. M. Olson. TV/fR. AND-MRS." Philip Schemel, iVA Al'gona, who celebrated the 50th anniversary of their wedding last week Monday. (Mrs. Huenhold is a graduate of the Lakota high school and of the normal school qf the University of Dubuque. She has taught three years, and has lived at Lakota all her life. Mr. Huenhold is a florist in association with his father and brother Helmuth, and is a member of the Algona Kiwanls club. Lu Ella Potter Is Bride— Lu Ella D., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Potter, was married at 6 p. m. May 27 to Dallas R. Alderman, Omaha, at the Central Congregational church, Omaha, by the Rev. Mr. Smith. They began housekeeping at once in a furnished apartment at 3012 Chicago street, Omaha. The bride was born and reared here, and was graduated from bhe Algona high school in 1926. She then taught rural schools and attended summer school at Ames, where she was graduated last August. ' At Seneca, Vinton, and Ashton she served as English and domestic science teacher and declamatory coach. She finished teaching at Ash ton May 26, and was asked to return in September. The bridegroom was graduated from the Omaha high school and spent four years at Ames in the electrical engineering department, being graduated in 1932. He was chosen to membership in the honorary Phi Beta Kappa fraternity. Since graduation he has been In the employ of a bonding company. His parents reside at Omaha, and his fatheV is also an engineer. The newlyweds are expected here for the Potter reunion June 18. Lcdyard Girl Is Married- Mr, and Mrs. Thos. Lynch, Ledyard announce the marriage of their daughter (Margaret to F. James Palmer, Renwidk, Thursday, June 1, at Ledyard. Attendants were Mary and David Lynch, sister and brother of the bride. The new Mrs. Palmer is a graduate of the Ledyard high school and lias had two years at the State Teachers college. She taught a rural school near Renwick two years, and for the last three years had taught the third and fourth grades In the Seneca Consolidated schools. Mr. (Palmer has been superintendent of the Renwick light plant five years. First Afternoon C. C. Party- Five tables of women played bridge Tuesday at the first afternoon party of the season at the Country club clubhouse. Mrs. M. G. Norton won first prize at contract bridge; Mrs. Leo Spilles at auction bridge. Next Tuesday an evening party will be held, with the following committee in charge: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bonar, chari- man, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Pletch, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Horigan, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster, (Leighton Misfoach, and Marie Wehler. William Chubb to Marry— William E., son of^Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Chubb, will be married next week Saturday to Marian B. Wilson, St. Paul, in a church wedding. He has been at Minneapolis during the last several years, in the employ of Bradstreets and in odd time * MMHIBM ^^ HM ^^ B " M ^^MHM^^^^M^^^M INSURANCE Having taken over the insurance business of the former Cunningham & Lacy Insurance Agency, we shall be glad to be of service to all their former patrons. We are in a position to provide Insurance coverage in all its branches in reliable companies at reasonable rates, and can give good terms if iesired. Insurance Surety Bonds H. N. KRUSE UfSUBANCE AGENCY Telephone 125 Algona, Io wa attending the university of Mlnne sota. A St. Paul paper recently published pictures of the bridesmaids for the wedftig, also * picture of the maid of honor. Annual Flower Show Tomorrow— The Woman's club will hold its annual flower show tomorrow Jn the library club rooms. Prizes are offered for the best white, red, ant pink peonies; best and second best collection of Iris; most artistic basket or bowl containing any .variety at flowers. The library rooms will be open from 10 a. m. on, bui no entfles will be received after 1:30 p. m. There will be a musical program at 3:30. Little Girl's Illrthday Observed— Mrs. E. S. SkiLling, South Cresco entertained Saturday Jn honor of her daughter (Elizabeth Ann's seventh birthday. Guests were: Mary Frances and Fern Carney, Imogene Rtnggenbergj Betty Mae Miller, Helen and 'Barbara Zentner, 'Dona Jean Phillips, Barbara Ann and Beveriy (Harvey, Mary and Jane Moe. Dona Jean Waldron, and Richard Skilling. Other Society. The St. Thomas Guild meets today with Mrs. George Benschoter. » Mrs. 0. J. Stephenson Honored. iFenton, June 6—Mrs. O. J. Stephenson was honor guest at a farewell party at Wilbert Holldorl's Saturday evening given by her sewing circle. She was presented with a gift. The Stephensons have not decided on'a location. Mrs. Stephenson and her daughter Margaret went to Newton Sunday to visit the Ellis Stephensons. j JLOCALS Mrs. J. B. Layman, of Jewell, came Sunday to visit her slater, Mrs. W. H. Lacy. • Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mawcott were expected home yesterday from a week's vacation at Ldke Coronas, Minn. The M, J. Lacys went to Audubon yesterday to visit with Mrs, (Lacy's parents, H. J. will return this week-end, Mrs. Lacy and her son remaining for several weeks. The Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hutsfc drove to Sioux City Monday to attend exercises Tuesday at which their daughter Ruth was graduated from Morningslde college. The Neal Smiths, accompanied by Dorothy Sellstrom, drove to Sioux City Monday to bring home Harriett Smith, who has finished her Junior year at Morningslde college. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Caldwell and bheir daughter Maxine drove to MarshiaJltown for Decoration day with relatives. They also made stops at Reinbeck, Bldora, and Steamboat Rock. Antoinette Bonnstetter, now in sharge of R. P. C. poor relief in Humboldt county, reviewed he work there and read a report o her relief activities in this count) during the last year. Mr. and Mrs. W. .B. McDonald son Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Harry foMurray, and Mr. and Mrs. M. J HcCall were week-end guests of he E. W. Lusbys at the Lusby cot- age at Clear Lake. Mrs. T. P. Harrington and her A... daughter Bentlc* went to Iowa City Saturday to attend exercises at the-state universly at which Mrs. Harrington's »ort Robert was graduated from the law 'college, Jos.' Mlsbacn, his ; brother -&.> <J,, Fairmont, and H. R. Rosewall, of Blue Earth, returned last Thursday from a four-day convention of Kraft store managers past and present at a buyers' meeting at Des Molnes, Veda Herbst, of Oakdale, Cftllf,, Went to Spirit Lake last week Tuesday to visit her aunt, Mrs, Freeman Patch. She drove , here from California two weeks ago, and had been guest of her brothers T. T. and J. M. (Frances Messer, high school history teacher, and her mother spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchison home. Miss Messer has roomed there for some years while teaching here. The Messer home is at Humboldt. parents Bear ch Pooch was for mcrly Plum Creek Mo;. He as a Oenevieve, Mo., an «"K too hard, with s condition is recover weeks o * lth been Sewer Pipe- We have a full line of sewer pipe, tile, and building blocks on hand. If you contemplate painting, repairing, or fixing up your home do it now, as prices will be higher later on. We give Coupons to the World's Fair. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229—Lumber and Coal Here's Good NEWS I have taken over the entire low er floor of Christensen's st 0 r e during the eight bi ff Capacity days beginning Friday morning and will have for you yard gootb in silks, cotton goods, drap e r y goods, curtains, hosiery, underwear, bathing suits, silk dresse., suits, coats, sweaters, skirts, and many other useful things all at prices cheaper than I've been able to offer at any of my sales. Mrs. F. L. Tribon At Christensen's Store Smart Summer Wraps $6,95 $8,95 $13,95 COATS The white coat is the right wrap for summer. You can wear it with everything, everywhere, and be in the spotlight of fashion. Both swagger and belted styles. Tub Dresses for Cool colorfast sheer dresses for girls in sizes from 3 to 14. You will say as does everyone that sees them that they are the daintiest, prettiest you've seen. $1,00 $1,95 $2,95 Capacity BEGISSISfi FRIDAY, JUN SUITS ^"^^™p^iai»iiiiii«iiili^^Bi are Bathing Suits and Accessories JM The Smartest We Have Seen *' A white flannel or linen suit makes a very smart garment for summer wear. With short tailored jacket or three-quarter length swagger style. Tub Frocks You'll Admire Colorfast dresses by such mak- I ers as 'Nelly Don" and "Marcy F, Lee", in attractive styles that are made from sheer materials $1,95 $2,98 and better. Summer Needs PRINCESS SLIPS Silk crepe princess slips —lace trimmed in both white and tea rose. These are of the longer length—sizes 34 to 46. Capacity Days 89c SUMMER GIRDLES The new mesh weave, cool combinations and girdles for comfort during the hot summer. Capacity £4 AJB Days $I.£D PAJAMAS Colorfast print pajamas in colorful patterns and stripes with white organdie trim. Very cleverly styled. Capacity OA«» Days O9C MM^HB TURKISH TOWELS Two big special offerings in Turkish Towels. Heavy double thread quality with pretty colored border trims. SILK HOSE Pull-fashioned chiffon or service weight ladies' silk hose in new summer shades. Siz. 8^ to I0y 2 Capacity CO^t Days 1 O«fv Two pairs for 95c ••••••••••••^•MBB RAYON UNDERWEAR Genuine "Athena" quality undergarments in new styles of briefs — French panties, step-ins and dance sets. Capacity Days. Specially Priced for Capacity Dav«n Dresses of Every Type $2,98 $3,95 $6,95 $11,75 Dust Proof Storage Closets '"A •••••^ _______ Dozens of more bargains as good as these Christensen Bros. Co. At a cost less than a good garment bag. $1.95 A large dust proof and moth free closet large enougli to told from 6 to 12 garments for only $1.85. TJiew are actual closets tliat satisfy a desire for sturdy construe- tion. Built from cedar col. ored composition board, wltli a wood frame nil around It. Buy these for your liome or lake cottage to use as extra closets, a place for bunting and fishing closets, Ideal as a storage closet. 60 IB. blgh, 15 in. w lde and 20 In. deep. ^^^^M SUMMER GLOVES The popular mesh and leather weight suedes of the genuine "Kayser" quality in white and eggshell. Capacity Days £• WHITE BAGS The season's most popular accessory to dress is the white bag. W e of- ter a large group of the fmer quality bags during Capacity A A Days .___ 89C La France' and 'Wayne JVnit quality full - fashioned hose, $1 quality m new summer shades' service and sheer chif- 2 pairs for ~fcl.« ; DRESS FABRICS Summer dress goods in nb weaves, shantungs celenese voiles, in St- ractive, colorful pat- CHILDREN'S SOX Two big groups of the newer styles in children's, anklets in sizes for-smaller and larger kiddies J>oth. Capacity Days (BARTER BELTS "Hickory" quality narrower girdles and garter belts in the new summer meshes and light weight fabrics. Capacity Days.. 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