Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1933 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 29, 1933
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KOBStJTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALOONA, I6WA CHURCH SCENE OF WEDDING OF FENTON COUPLE IHtmSfaAY TI'TV^ Parsons Family If olds Reunion at Call Park Irvington, June 27—The Parsons family reunion was held Sunday At the Ambrose A. Call state park, tfenton, June 27—61. John's Lu- more than 76 attending. From a theran church, Fairville, was the distance ,came Mr. and Mrs. Stan- setting for a wedding last week ley Parsons, Cbokio, Minn., the Wednesday afternoon, when Ar- John Brandows, Fairmont; and Mf. Walwortto several weeks. The Chrlstensons and Mr. Harness left for the return trip Sunday evening The IRev. A. English preachec Sunday on Our Ministry to Che Dead, taking his text from 1st Cor nold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kate Han- and Mrs. William Parsons, of fflel- telman, was married to Caroline, mond. The reunion was smaller this daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford year than usual. Prink, by the 'Rev. H. D. Stamer, pastor. The bride was attended by Surprise Honors George Wolfe— her sister Edna and the bride- Mrs. George Wolfe gave a sur- groom'a sister Lucile, and bridegroom's attendants were the prise iparty Sunday in honor of her his husband's birthday. Guests were (brother" Eldon "and the '"bride's Dr. and Mrs. Everett Schultz, of brother Fred. The bride wore a Pella; Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Schultz, dr'ess of white satin and carried a Mr. and Mrs. William Wolfe, Mr. bouquet of roses and baby-ibreath. Her attendants wore pastel shades Bernard Wolfes, all of Lu Verne Of yellow and pink organdy and . Mctean » g nirthdav Observed— Carried bouquets of tea roses. Lit- A._OT.ciieaui_8 nirinuay uwaerrea— tie Carmen Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Miller, was flower girl and carried a ibasket of pink roaes. She wore pale blue silk. The couple left Thursday to visit relatives at Dubuque and other ilnthians, 15:21. The congregationa ' reading this week is the 51st psalm The annual church and Sunday school picnic has been planned for July 4 at the Ambrose A. 'Call state park. Eleanor Anderson, student at Iowa Falls, sister pf Mrs. George Wolfe, and Irene Cox, Cedar Rapids, were visitors Saturday at the Wolfe home... They motored back to Cedar Falls Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Ricca, Saguache, Colo., are parents of a girl Mary Jo, born June 20. Mrs. Bflcea M ™ - A - J ] MoL6acn entertained at a ls a granddaughter of Mrs. Mary « »..«„., ji ci A,.. i_ n of s Harness and the daughter of Mrs, Mrs. George Block, and the Mr. McLean. Guests were the iRev. Mrs. Casey Loss, Mr. and Lo » n P. Roneys. Mr. points, and were also to attend the ""? -"« ™' B - ." Century of Progress. They will live unable to atte ^ d j. on a farm near iFenton. <«* V. J. -Schlchtl were Observes Mlsslonnry Sunday- Ditsworth Family Has Reunion— Guests at Roscoe Mawdsleys Sunday were the Rome Robisons, the Mrs . Mina Ward. The Riccas have one other child. Hazel, daugihter of (Mr. and Mrs, Earl Powell, and Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Gowan, both of Mason City, have been spending a few weeks with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Greenfield. (Mrs. Joseph Wadleigh's brother and' his wife from Minnesota are visiting the Wadleighs. Visitors at William Boldrldge's Sunday were a lawyer named Morris and his family from Des Molnes. * The annual DitswortHi family re- school i union was held Sunday at the Am- Missionary Sunday was obsened H arry SaJbins, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon at the Methodist church Sunday Roblson Mr . and Mrs . Ha rold Cur- forenoon with special music and a ran> the Dan Schulzes, Mr. and Mrs. demonstration play The Voice, by August Roi , l80n and Mr . Mesdames iA. H. Meyers, C. G. p e rcv Philn . Humphrey, Frank McFall, W. R. _ Wolfe, and Charles Weisbrod. The S. S. Class Has Party — Rev. J. T. Snyder gave a short . The Beginners Sunday „ _______ talk. The evening service was con- class of whidh Mrs. K. P. Honey is i brose A. Call state park, more than ducted by one of the local gospel teacher, with their mothers and 1 10 ° persons attending, among them teams, Raymond Zweifel, Maurice others, had a picnic at the Ambrose " Bilsborough, Marjorie Bailey, and A. Call state park Friday, more Virginia Frank. The orchestra than 35 attending. played several selections. Pupils • in the Sunday school primary and BUnd lawyer at Home- intermediate departments have or- i William Hahle, recently graduat- ganized a choir which made its first ed from the Iowa City law school, appearance iSunday evening. Home from School for Deaf— dva, daughter of Mrs. H. P. Weisbrod, got home last week Monday from Washington, D. C., where she had attended Gallaudet college, is at the home of hts parents for an extended visit before practicing. he begins other Irvliitrton News. Mrs. Jack (Dutton, (Broken Bo'w, a Neb., wrote recently that crops school for the deaf, during the last there were badly In need of rain, year, on a scholarship awarded to Bertha, only child of Mr. and Mrs. her by the state school for the deaf Dutton, who had (been in. the em- at Council Bluffs. She will spend Pl°y of t* 16 board of education at the rest of the summer at home, Lincoln, Neb., for a number of but plans to continue her education years, taught school last year, and in the fall. She stopped at Chi-, now is traveling in the west. Mrs. cago for three days at the Century Amos Stewart, Mrs. Dutton's inoth- of Progress. Charles F. Gibbons is. Dead— E. A. Weisbrod received word Week ago of the death of Mrs. Weis- er, lives with them. The Roy Blytihes and Vaughn Schichtl, Chicago, arrived at Mrs. V. J. Schichtl's Friday. After visiting there and at, John Frankl's, ,>I wuoi. 1*O "J \Jl^ bLtC VltJttUll \Jl_ IVil O» VV ClO*" I *"O fclifc** \j CfcJl\A M>W .' U \-fllil JL' 1 Cllini ^Ot brod's father, Charles F. Gibbons, they left Monday, accompanied by Hawley, Minn. Mrs. Weisbrod had Mrs. Nina Blythe, for Waukon, gone there two weeks before, after | Minn., where they will spend a hearing of her father's serious illness. Mr. Gibbons' daughter-in- Saw, Mrs. <F. C. Gibbons, accompanied by her sister, Alice Kluss, drove to Hawley to attend the funeral Saturday. Wllbergs Are 50 Years Wed— The E. A. Eisenschmidts, the Clarence Andersons, Dubuque, and the C. J. Shaugers, Waterloo, came one day last week to visit the Nels Wilberga and attend the Golden Wedding of the Wilbergs, celebrated in connection with the Jensen Camily reunion Sunday at Seneca. Bands Play With Each Other— The Ringsted band played with the local band here last week Wednesday night, 40 pieces altogether. Saturday evening the local liand returned the courtesy at Ringsted. month's vacation with the Arthur Blythes. Vaugihn remained with his mother, Mrs. Schichtl. The Christensens and Frank Harness, Walworth, Wis., arrived at Frank Ditsworth's Saturday, accompanied by Mrs. Lafe Turner, Algona, and her sons Lee and Robert, who had been visiting relatives at Other Fenton News. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp went to iDes Moines Saturday for an over-Sunday wisit with their daughter, Mrs. Wesley Witter. They were accompanied by Mrs. George Ooetsch, who visited her daughter Mildred. The J. F. and F. P. Newels visited Sunday at F. E. Weisbrod's, Em- 42 TITONKA FARMERS GET CREAM CHECKS Titonka, June 25 — The Titonka creamery pays farmers hvere- a lot of money every month. Here is the latest check list: Nicfc Heesch,. $211.14; Warner Smfflt,. $MSU)8;: A. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford* Trpwbridge, of Lucedale, Miss. Mrs. Del Barker and her son-in- law, R. Lowe, Waldorf, (Minn., came to William Rutledge's Friday and took Mr. and Mrs. Butledge to attend a iRutledge reunion at Del Barker's Sunday. Mrs. Mabel Wesley, Algona, has been spending some time at Samuel Reaper's, helping care for Mr. Reaper, who is confined to bed with anemia and complications. Mrs. iLoren Rutledge entertained recently at a birthday party in honor of Sier daughter Barbara, a large number of whose friends attended. The Aid met at the Annex last Thursday, SO members and guests attending. Mrs. A. McLean and Mrs. K. P. Roney were hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Emery, Los Angeles, are visiting- their son Elmer. Lavon Sankey is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Herman Warmbier. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Youngwirth have returned from Elk R.lver, Minn., where they visited Mr, Youngwirth's parents. The Missionary society meets this week 'Friday at. the church; Mrs. William Bold'rid'ge, leader. The Peter Wilters, Ottosen, spent Sunday with (Mrs. Wil'ter's .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wood. •Mrs. J. M. Cox entertained in honor of Mr. Cox's birthday iSun- day. last week visiting their friend", Paul Gartner, of Rowan, formerly of Titonka. Sunday the • Ray fSsnsems, accompanied by Harold Gartner, who takes care of bees here, drove to Rowan to spend Sunday;, return- fng- Monday and bringing Junior and! Forest with them. Alice" Gterfner, of Rowan, expects to spend' the week here helping Harol'di. lier brother, and C. C. Hoon take; (rare bees. RINGSDORFS OF BURT HOSTS TO FAMILY GROUP iBurt, June 27—The Ross and Earl JRingsdorfs, Newark, S. D,, arrived last Thursday to visit the boy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. (Fred Ringadorf, and sister, Mrs. Harry Cheeval, Bakersfield, Calif. The Ringsdorf children are all here now for the first time in years, and' a family reunion wa^ held Sunday at Fred's, which the William Rlngsdorfs, Mrs. Elizabeth Ringsdorf, the Roy Ringsdorfs, Zola Shipler, the iF. A. Rlngsdorfs, and the G. E. Braces also attended. Junior Njne Is Undefeated— The Burt Junior ball team has thus far won every game played this season. 'Last week Tuesday it played Fenton here and ,won, 26-3. The boys were to have gone to Swea City Friday, but the game was forfeited iby Swea City. They will play at Titonka this week Tuesday, and Bancroft comes here (Friday. This will wind .up v the season. Surprise for Mrs. C. C. Smith— 1 The Henry Guides, Bancroft, the Martin Larsens, iSeneca, and Mrs. A. H. Fuchs, Rosemary Murphy, and Collette C. Welp t , Bancroft, surprised Mrs. C. C. Smith last week Tuesday evening by coming to help ler celebrate a birthday. A wiener roast at an 6utdoor fireplace on the Smith lawn was the chief feature. Birthday Is Celebrated- Saturday was Mrs. K. J. Smith's birthday, and her daughter Mary Ann gave her a surprise bridge party. Guests were 'Mesdames C. Smith, Al Staehle, H. O. Buell, <*. iL. Pratt, L. A. Boettcher, and D. L. McDonald, and Jrma Davison. New Daughter for Weirs— 1 A daughter, Janice Rae, was born :o Supt. and Mrs. Donald Weir June 19 at the home of Mrs. Weir's tarents at Sussex, Wis. flslt Lands in T«x, wedding of Horace Bchenck and Ann fining at Buffalo.Center last week Wednesday, Mrs. Oertle Thompson will enter-; tain' the Presbyterian Mite society this week Wednesday; Mrs. 'S. H. lAten and Mrs.'C. J. Whitney, assisting hostesses. Esther and Ruth Hodgson spent last Thursday With Mrs, George Marty at the Marty cottage at Clear Lake. Mrs. Marty and RUth were college friends. Mr. and Mrs. IF. J. Mann, Mrs. Ada Mann, and Mr. and Mrs, W. E. Stahl Went to the OkoboJIs Saturday for a week at the Mann cottage. . Mrs. Bertha Wallace, of Mason City, and her daughter Isla came last week Wednesday, to visit another daughter, Mrs. G. P. Hawcott. iDr. W. T. Peters and George Koestler left Friday for Weslaco, Tex., where they own land. They traveled in the Peters car. •Mrs. Lillian Sheldon returned last week Monday from C.onde, S. D., where she had spent several months with relatives. Wlllard Stow and George Manus, who are in the reforestation service, are now stationed at Rochester, Minn. Mrs, C. W. Patterson will entertain the U and I Circle this week Friday, Mrs, P. W. Kollasch assisting. iyl« l« employed in the..city, Esther Bmmaiine was bortt 14 to Mr. and Mrs. Oeofge Oowift*, Mason City, who now have three Iboys and three girls. The mother was Dorothy Greenfield. A daughter was born June 18 to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham, of Good Hope, who now have tour girls and one boy. The mother was Iva Lowman. Mr. artd Mrs. Charles Williams, Valley City, N, D., arrived June 19 to visit, the former's brother, F. A. William. Charles, who is Well known here, is a coal dealer. The Williams daughters are both at the Belleview hospital, New York City, where Edna is a supervisor,' and (Harriett is in her second year of nurses' training. City and County La Vonne Greise spent last week at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Dundas, Armstrong, Mrs. Niel (Nielson, Spencer, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Armstrong. Nellie Ward came from Klemme Saturday for an extended visit at the G. C. Giddings home. Mrs. H. A. Whitehill is at Lodi r Wis., helping care for a sister who is critically sick. Mrs. P. F. Kriethe entertained the Presibyterian choir last Thursday evening. Melvin Rannenberg, Storm Lake, visited over Sunday at Helen Thompson's. •Lillian Bollinger, Algona, spent last week with Viva Brayton. Schram, $116.16; $120.48; Bruno; Chris Brandt,. Sleeker,. John A. Harms, $107.52; Graham Bros., $102; Harry Ricklers,, $101.52; Henry Gray & Sons-,. $100.80; Geo. Rippentrop, $100.56,-, Edw. Zweifel r $37.68,-, W..S. Gror&r,. $!H5.7G; Herman Dreesman, $87.84r. Frank Meyer, $87.60; M. Smidt, nietsburg. The Ralph Stoebers, of $87.36; E. J. Buss, <$86.64; Bartlett Charles City, and the Oliver Stoe-l & Sons, $82.&6; Ubbe Winter. $81.36; John E. $ leper, $81.36'; John Koestler, $80.16; B:onna Schutter, $79.92; Ben U. Meyer,, $78.48;: JTen- nie Hansen, $77.28; Fred Sleeker, were Sunday guests "of Mr." Curry's!* 75 - 12 : Peter Ubben. J71.76; Phil and Mrs. Baker's mother, Mrs ;Bufflngton Estate, $TL28;. Frank •bers, Cedar Palls, were over-Sunday visitors at W. E. Stoeber's. The W. M. Currys, Estherville, an<l the E. 'L. 'Bakers, Armstrong, Emma Curry, anil sister, Mrs. F. J. .Weisbrod. The Mike, .F. • J., and Charles Weisbrods, Mrs. H. P. Weisbrod. and the latter's son (Lester and daughter Iva were entertained at John Bellinger's Sunday. The, John Wallaces, the Theodore Weisbrods, Mrs. Viola Mitchell, and the latter's children, Billie and (Bobbie, were entertained Sunday at d. J. WeisJjrod's. The Fenton 4-H club held a special meeting at Donna Jean and 'Marjorie Bailey's Saturday to practice for Rally day at Algona week Tuesday. this The 'F. H. JEiglers drove to Ames last Thursday to visit the C. C. Brookers, and bring home Mary Jane Eigler, who had spent two weeks there. Mrs. L. iM. Finnestad attended a Reneca Lutheran Aid meeting at lier granddaughter Mrs. Melvin Norland's, near Seneca, last Thurs- Rakow, $70.32; Clarence Cltristen- son, J68.G4; Geo. Peterson, $67.20; Walbert Bruns, $67.20; Tom. Young,. $66.48; O. Michaelson, $66; Dick Beenken, $65.28; G. L. Schmidt, $65.04; Win. Welhousen, $65.04; C. E. Brown, $64.08; Carl Watson, $63.36; J. K. Harms, $62.88; Phelps & Sons, $62.40; W. A. Brandt, $62.40; Chas. Hipp, $61.68; Mark Bacon, $61.68. Barber Peterson on Vacation 1 — A. M. Peterson left last week: •Sunday for a lake near,Minneapolis- where he will take an extend'ed vacation for his health. He • expects tio spend part of his time • witlii relatives. A barber from RUdd 1 Isj Balt- fng care of his shop. .Hazel IBudlong, Mrs. Jay ' Bud- Fong, and Mrs. Frances Budlbng drove to Hampton Saturday to> bring Edith Budlong home'for-the week-end. Bund Gives First Concert 1 — The Titonka band, -composed: mostly of high school' students,. gave its first concert Saturday evening at the Pannkuk- eoflseum. Mr. Bolen, of Alexander,, ifc director. Other Titonka News. This week Wednesday afternoon the Reformed church Aid' -will meet in the basement of the church witli Mesdames John and Claus Risius, day. The Alvin Kluss family, Gait, fcpent Sunday at the parental F. C Kluss home, and the Carl Wolfes Klemme, were at W. H. Wolfe's. J. F. N'ewel and F. P. Newel attended a meeting o£ funeral directors at Fort Dodge last week Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. -F. W. Lakin and her grandchildren, Ruth and Verlin Espe, spent last week at Ellsworth. Margaret Stephenson came from Algona last Thursday to visit at her brother K. O.'s. Mrs. F. P. Newel was hostess to her sewing circle Friday evening. Fenton Girl Tours South in "College" Florence C. Newel, Fenton, daughter of Frank 'Newel, deceased, former Kossuth supervisor, is one o* 600 students enrolled in Omnibus college, affiliated with the Municipal university, Wichita, Kas., who are touring the old south, Washington, New York, New Eng- iand, Niagara Falls, and the world's fair. Only students seeking university credits are enrolled. Stops are made for classes conducted in tents. Students travel in. fouaaes or their own cars. I'lmutauqua Given at Woden— Last week Wednesday night the "Four-Day Chautauftua" group of the Methodist Epworth League, with Willis Phelps, as manager, and Mrs. S. J. DeVries, director, drove to Woden and gave the chau- tauqua as half of the program for the evening. The Woden League furnished the other half under the direction of the Rev. Ralph Baker. The Leagues have been trying to earn money to go to institute at Lake Gkoboji. The Titonka League will serve a luncheon Saturday afternoon in the basement of the Methodist church. Hunsens Visit at llovren— Junior and Forest Hansen spent LET'S GO GLENN CBOSE AND HIS BAND Featuring Christie Hansen, Saxophonist Recently of Ziegfeld Follies, Music Box Revue, and Rio Rito, playing at MISBACH HALL, ALGONA SATURDAY, JULY 1st, 1933 ftostseses. Whooping Cougb at MeWhntcir'a— The three children of Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhotter have 1 the vhooping coughs- Town Nine Defeats Fenton— The town ball team played Fenon there Sunday,, and' I"enton wear, •2-7. Other Burt News. Coletta Cunningham and' riends, San Antonio;. Tex;, visited Miss Cunningham's sister; Mrs. L. Fairbanks, a day or two last week, and from here 1 went to Minneapolis, accompanied! by Mirsv Fairbanks. Two of the- party remained there, the others returning art week Tuesday for a' week: with Ars. Fairbanks. Dr. and Mrs. W. TI Peters and' heir daughter Mary tee 1 went to 1 Waterloo last week Tuesday, and Doctor Peters attended' ai medical' •onvention, while Mrs. Peters and' ler daughter visited the Cecil Wolfes. Mr. Wolfe formerly tielpeuT te local bank receiver- and! now iias a similar job at Waterloo. Bfrs. Celista Porter; 1 , daughter;. Mrs. 'Grace McMillan, and' two grandsons, Calvin and Clfeir.' Tones;. all of St. Paul, came Friday to visit Mrs. Porter's sister, Mrs. (Edwina 1 Prirft. Mrs. McMillan and' Clair went Back Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. ScHenck;.of Irigfewood, Calif., and their daughter Lorraine arrived last week Mornlay for several weeks with South Cresco s. Stehenck's parents, Mr. and 1 .. E. Paine, and Mr;- SfcHenck's; mother at Algona. IWr. and Mrs. Chas. Kenning, of Ames, brought !Ruth Sitiroeder, wlhr had' been spending a week with them, home Saturday, and returned' tot Ames Sunday, takingr Sarah' Sbllroed'er with them. ,91'ary Fairbanks, Fort Dodge telephone' employe, spent lasfe week- with lier parents, Mr, an67'Mrs. G'. tT. Fairbanks, and she and" Wilma- 1 Slaughter left Saturday for the worlcTs- fair. •Mr. and 1 Mrs. F. L. Pratt and Mrs. BertlVa Duckmanton visited thej Howard Heidkes, Estherville, Sun" (Fay, ami called on the AV. 'L. Websters, recent automobile^ accident* 1 Mrs. E. C. Wllklns motored to Red Oak on business last week Wednesday, returning last Thursday, Miss Edith Gregson 'and Mrs. Wlllard Gregson, Algona, accompanied her. Mrs, Victor Applegate and her children, Doris and Robert E., returned fast week Wednesday to tftei : r home at Corwith, after several weeks'with the former's parents, 3£r. and; /Mrs. E. C. Potter. The John Ulfer.s family, Fenton, and the William Greenfields, Irv- i'Hgtonv were guests 'Sunday at William Hundley's, Mr. Ulfers is still unable to worl,. 'having suffered blood-poisoning: En one.Band last February.. Mrs. A. CE. Spear;, Slierburn, M3hn.,, and! four cftildiren were «ver- SUnday guests at E.. C. (Plotter's'. Mesdames Estella SaWx and J, F. iSbiioby,. 'OaB&ola; Sanujjley (Mr, and Wfs. ©. A.- Sample,, ygt: amd! Mrsi M. J. Jones, the Vern Barkers, the Earl 1 Millers;, a/nd' Mr;. ante Mrs. A. J".. Brown were 1 guests Statiajp at the J. M. Cox home in honor of J. M.'s birthday. Mbt3itms5 &: JDa-u^i&T'S' oDuil) was entertaimdUast. w*elt W/erfhes- iay by Mrs. L. A. (Bolter, and luncheon' was; 'served! to a;. TUte next meeting will be on: July 5 for ai quilting- at' fflrs. HI C. Pbtiterfs:. Mr:, and'. M&s.. JPranfe BTell^,- Budl ai «isit Thursdaw, from, oMl neigttioas; ati Hartley;, wlio. ranunted! «no»s, ietter here tBan in ; <Jbt section;. Mrs. Elmea- Bennett,, son 'Calving' " Mildred Maxwell! (iff tfrs. J. F. Cook, Algona, Mrs. Tom Jeid, Gootsl Hope; and "Wayne' Schichtl, Irvihgton, were- gueste; Ktt THursdtuc' at: HE ;'Ei,. DHtlt)«i1iK. ' M. N. Phillips accompanied, Mr. and Mrs. T.SBD Goedens MonUay on a Business, aid: DUefaamje) •tntip to &iis; old home ai 1 . MarsbaiaaWn and GLt- '-m;. Mr;. Hhillipfsi andl Mars. Goad- rs have rilativcij tltere.. The William ttiinclieys. had. ai rts- tifrom Sata-das?,, Juna 17, dill 'Monday, June 117, tree ai th« son Lyle, his ttoammate; OUen LlUeral, ef iSioux City, Dorife B^rister, South Sioux "Sty, Nelj,, andl the latter's guest, MUriei: EfctHft Onawa, all students at. Moraffcgsiate college. Sioux City. Mrs.. J. D. Andrews, daughter Carol, Mrs. Van Hansen; daughter- Darterre, Mrs. Lucy <Lizer,- and AviS; Mary Johnson spent Saturday af- and teaches in ternoon at William iRingsdorf's. v»o, w«c. ,- , Mrs - George Carroll' and Fred - Vosel Ieft Monday for ««reator, 111'.. Mrs. Carroll wfll visit a who h ° both erf Wesley, were Titonka visitors iSun- day. Harold, Mildred, and' Ferne Krantz, Anna, Gra«e> and Pauline Blakley, and Vern and Lewis Bacon spent Sunday at Int'tfrlaken 1 .. Mrs. Carl Callies entertained 1 her bridge club last witek WetJnesday afternoon. Friends Kidfiuip Brtrfe. 'Lone Rock, Ju-ne 27—iMr. and Mrs. Harlan Blatechard, newlyweds, were uharivarieif iFriday evening, and the bride was taken for a ride which ended at C. E. Householder's, where 150 pe.ople were served ice cream. distant points will be> there. The Otto Kraushaai-s, of Cambridge, Mass., are expected sosie- tfwe this week for tfte rest of: the summer with Mrs. Kraushuflr's father, O. P. McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer drove to Humboldt Sund&y, and were joined there by Mr. Meinzer's mother and sisters, Fort Dodge, and his aunt, Helen Mehcier. Mrs. Emil Leack is sperjiing a few days with her daughter, Mrs. (Ralph Steward, near Algona. A son>, Merton, was born to Mr. and Mrii. Steward June, 20. Mr. and Mvs. L. H. Schenck and' Mrs. Gilbert Nelson attended the ADVANCE WANT AD5 (SELL Our yard is full of standard quality BUILDING MATERIALS Let us help you solve your building problems. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229—Lumber and Coal Adrls, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar 'Anderson, recently began clerking at Hawcott & Ogg's. Jos. Shaben left June 19 for Ann Arbor, Mich., to spend two months with his daughters Lillian, Irene, and Margaret and son (Lee. Mrs. B. ;L. Hoenk entertained her bridge club last week Wednesday. Mrs. M. L. Goslln, Charles City, was an out of town guest. Mr. and Mrs. 8. 'D. Smith have returned from a two weeks vacation in northern Minnesota. Mrs. Smith is Mrs. John Laing's daughter Gertrude. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker left June 18 for two weeks at the world's fair and at points in Illinois and Indiana and as far east as Washington, D. C. TfTONU MOTHEfl DIES: BA8Y LIVES TIM Tltonks, Sunday atterhoott Mrs. Ottreftce Mechiar died «t her ht>fli* *oii|h ojt town, following the, birth of a ion, Who survives- Mrs. Mechlar jjras born May 9,18W, at Verdi^: ^If; and when She wall; Bye^illfr bid moved with her parents to a f near Burt. March 6, IMd, she married to Clarence Mechlar,' «6n of Mr, and Mrs. Herman Mfcehlftr," and three sons were both, two d! whom have died. They began housekeeping on the Herman Mechlar farm south of Titonka, where they lived ever Since. MM. Mechlar is survived by her husband and infant son, her father, John Koestler; brothers, Melvin, of Kurkhoven, Minn,, Miner, ot TI-! tonka, and Bveryl, of Armstrong;! and two sisters, Mrs. Lela Harsch, : of California, and Holly*, at home. Before her marriage Mrs. Mechlar was Frances Koestler, eldest daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. John Koestler. Funeral services were .In.' charge of the Rev. Fremont TaUl, a week ago Tuesday afternoon at the Methodist chufch. 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' Think of tti A reiponsible maker with a tire so eood that he can aMume tUk. which were formerly youi^ Come in and see the bond. Tnen you'U knowkow much extra v»lue you get la * FUk tire today. Elbert Garage South ol Conrttoase Algoia, low, 19x475 19x500 TIME JNIDI6IESTI acid. Stores. Try itl BISMA-R 4*401. 5' • JAM BU SINES! DIRECTOI KOB8UTH COUNTT «7«ekly Newspaper Founwl Entered a* Second-Ciaai 1 OMetnber 31. 1908. at the 1 at Algona, Iowa, Under I of March 2, .. LAWYERS B. Quartern QUARTON A MILLBi Law Offices. Phone*: Office 427, resld Algona, Iowa. J. I.. BONAB • Attorney -at-Law Office Iowa State Bank ] tfflce phone 460-W. •JULMVAN, McHAHON f. W. Sullivan s. B,! L. E. Linnan Attorneys-at-Law. Phone*: Office, 261; J, W, I •*. E. McM., 403. Alt HARRINGTON & P. P. Harrington L. J. Attorneys-at-Law Phones: Office, 28; T. *. J. VAS NESS, G. AV. STC Lawyers Office over Iowa St -hone ,213-W. Al« - >. D. Shumway BJ. Dl 811 DM WAT & KEUT| Attorneys-at-Law Office in Qulnby Block •>hone 58 Alt L. A. WINKEL Atttorney-at-I-aw Office in Quinby BulUUnj Phone 180 HIBAH B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State I Phone 206, P. A. DAJfSOS Attorney-At-Law Office over Iowa State Phones: Office, 460-J.i ~ CARROL A. Attomey-at- Office over Postolfice.j Phone 65 DOCTORS JOHN N. Physician and Snr|Mj Office over Rexall Drug Office phone 300 Res. phone 326. C. H. CRET/MEIEB Physician and SurgeoM Office In John Galbraitn Phones: Office, 310; P. V. JANSE, M. Phyplclan and Sw|««l Office on South Dod M Phones: Office, 660; re Algona, Iowa Office in .Qulnby / Phone MBLVIN O. Pliyilclan and Office in Postofflce r*honea: O"lce. 197r W, P. Oiteopathlc Physician Located in General Phone*; Office^STj B. 1. EVANS, Q VW Borchardt Phonea: Residence 31, Algona, Iowa, PB, H. M. 01-80*- Dentlst, Gas or novocalne ««* . over CbrWe Phones: Business 166, Algona L State Offlce.

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