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K088UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA daughters Hildegaarde JBtath. After the ceremony, , a *ray luncheon was served to -wedding party and guests. EMMETSBURG WOMAN WEDS FENTONMAN Canton, July 3 — (Bertha Haack •nd iErnost Rosseisen -were married "Wednesday -afternoon at 5 o'clock *t the home of the 'bridegroom in Venton. They were attended by the bride's sister and brother-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Kading Sixty relatives and friends attended the ceremony, which was performed by the Rev. R. W. Kabelitz faator of the St. John's Lutheran •church, of Fenton. Two songs, "O "^Perfect Love" and "Obedience 1 •wore suns by Mrs. R. W. Kabelitz am hoi the The •3*ride has been employed as housekeeper in Kmmetsburg for the past 32 years. Mr. Rosseisen is a retired farmer. They will live in 4Penton. In the evening they were •charlvaried by a group of 300 There was a free talkie in town that evening and the entire crowt 'Joined in the charivari. 13 Attend E. L. Convention— The Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder, Uernrce and Beatrice Kramer, Mar- Jorie, Donna Jean and John (Bailey 'SGugene Newel, Virginia (Frank «wold Newel, Ardis Voigt, Isabelle Weisbrod and Mrs. A. H. Meyers attended a district Epworth League xjonvention in Emmetsburg a week mgo Monday night. The Bible story -contest took place in the evening. ^enton had three contestants — Har«ld Newel in the devotional class, Isabelle Weisbrod in the dramatic class and Virginia Frank in the OBiblo story class. Virginia placed first in her division and will compete in the Northwest Iowa conference in July to be held at the Methodist camp grounds at lake •Okoboji. Fenton's league won the efficiency plaque given for local "work done by the 'league. They had vmore than 4000 points. Fenton 4-H Club Meets- Marie Miller was hostess to 16 members of the Fenton 4-H club at ler home last week Monday after- vnoon. Roll call was attractive •places for book cases. The program included a talk on attractive Jbookcases and shelves, by Lorena Dreyer; demonstration of flower arrangement, Marjorie Bailey; ne- «ro spirituals, sung by Virginia tfVank, Ardis Voight, and Leona Borehardt. The remainder of the afternoon was spent practicing the folk dances for Rally day festival at Algona Tuesday. Mrs. Muriel lieaverton, H. D, A., Algona, was present at the meeting. Free Talkie is Given— The Iowa Fanners State Insur- •ance company gave a free talkie in •the open air here last "Wednesday. This, together week with •the band concert, drew as large a •crowd to town as a Fourth of July •celebration. The band boys served iome made ice cream and cake to help pay for some new instruments. Daughter of Kyles Dies- Mrs. J. A. Furtney, of Ceylon, -daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. .Kyle, of Fenton, died at the Fairmont hospital following an operation last Thursday morning. She is survived by her husband and one •child. Funeral services were held Saturday at Ceylon. South Side Wins Ball Game Sunday at St. Joe St. Joe, July 3—As the St. Joe Cardinals were unafble to get a game for any other team for last Sunday, they organized two pickups, the North Side against the South Side, and the South Side won, 8-3. The .Rev. .Father Theo- ence Hurscht, relatives of the John Bertes who are visiting here, accompanied toy Agnes Berte, drove to West Bend Sunday to see the gfotto. Matt Mergen and his children, Florence, Mary, and Arthur, accom- Si'de; Edw. Welter and Andy Kramer for the North Side. John B. Reding was umpire. Next Sunday the Cardinals will play the Maple Lawn team. Ziemeta Vow at LOB Ang«le»— Word has been received by Mr. and Mrs. William 'Dey.ine that Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ziemet, newlyweds, have reached their new home at Los Angeles. They spent two weeks on the way sightseeing and visiting. Mrs. Ziemet wrote that the desert was terribly hot and dry. Four Girls to World's Fair- Irene Geishecker and [Laura Hll- bert, St. Joe, Bernice Brown, Livermore, and Marie Buffington, Wesley, left Saturday night by train from Algona for Chicago for a week at the world's fair. Youth's Birthday Is Observed— A number from here attended a birthday party tor Raymond Mueller,'near Whittemore, last Thursday evening. It was his 17th birthday. Other St. Joe. Mrs. August Berte, (Elizabeth and Joseph Berte, Alphons Berte, and Agnes Berte drove to Templeton Sunday to spend the day with sister Deatilla, Sister Boneueta, and Sister Benvenuta, daughters of Mrs. August Berte. . Mr. and Mrs. John Becker and their daughter Rose drove to Faribault, Minn., Sunday and spent the day with the Valentine Engert and Edward Haas families. Mrs. Engert and Mrs. Haas are sisters of Mrs. Becker. Florence, Mary, 'and Arthur Mergen, Lucille Baumberger, and Clar- Lucille Baumlberger, all of- Dell Rapids, S. D., came Saturday .to visit-till Wednesday with the John Bertes. Mrs. Berte is a daughter of .Mr. Mergen. (Mr. and Mrs. James Becker and Clar'ence Kramer left Sunday for Claremont, Minn., to visit relatives .till after the Fourth. They were also to" visit at Owatonna. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thilges^ daughter Rosina, and Susan and Martin : 'Friders were recent dinner guests at the Nick Krieps home, near St. Benedict. The Rev. George Theobald attended the 60th anniversary celebration of the Rev. J: L. Fitzpat- rlck's ordination Monday at Barnum. Mr. and Mrs. John Friders and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Friders drove to Lost Island last Thursday to fish and had good luck. Lbretta Gales, taking nurse's 'training at the Fort 'Dodge Mercy hospital, came home Friday tor a vacation. (Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding were business callers at Bancroft last week Wednesday. Raymond Becker, Burt, came to visit relatives here till after the Fourth. Two men from Jewell were here part of last week, cleaning cisterns. The Tony Kirsches, Algona, spent Sunday afternoon at Joseph Becker's. Simon Ziemet and Clarence Marso were at Fort Dodge Saturday. Susan (Friders is spending this week at the Peter Thilges home. Neal Morrow, Akron, is spending some time. at Thos. Devlne's. Victor Friders stepped on a rusty nail one day last week. MARIE HAHN, WHITTEMORE, JUNE BRIDE Whittemore, July 3 — Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Sahn, Whittemore, was married to Ralph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Albright, Burt, by the Rev. Mr. Discher, pastor, at St. Paul's church here last week Wednesday evening. I Love You Truly and 3h Promise Me were sung by the iride's cousin, Phyllis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Misbach, Fairmont. Esther Siems was bridesmaid, and the bridegroom's brother Robert Albright was best man. The jride is a graduate of the local ligh school and since graduation lad been teaching rural schools, in return from a honeymoon trip ;he newlyweds Burt. will farm near Tonner Resident Loses Father— The Dennis Smiths called on the John Arbogasts and Fred Daus Friday. They were en route home to "Worthington, (Minn., from Perry, "where they attended the funeral of airs. Smith's father, G. A. Jones, «0. The Smiths are former Fenton •residents. Gh-1 for the Ray Ruskes— (Mrs. C. F. Ruske has received announcement of the birth of a 'daughter, Nancy Lou, to her son Hay and 'his wife, who live in Colorado. This is the second daughter, and they have one son. First 1» Musk-, Memory—• Five cars from Fenton attended the 4-H club (Rally in Algona last •week Tuesday. Fenton was awarded first in the Music Memory 'contest and second in the picture waemory contest. Calf dub Plans Tour— The Golden Dairy 4-« dairy calf •club met att D. IF. Mantelman's last week Monday evening. Randall Hoffman, (Palo Alto county agent, attended. A judging tour was planned. Vuest Day Is Planned— The Methodist W. F. M. S. will •observe its annual guest day at the «hurch this week Thursday, and *nemt>ers of the W. F. M. S. will be guests, Other Fenton News. W. E. Stoeber. son Wilfred and •daughter Gladys, and Hazel Weis- 40 to State Brand Meeting— (Ralph Bartlett, local creamery manager, entered five Whittemore :ontestants in a cream judging contest at a meeting of the Mason City State Brand Creameries last Thursday: ^Leonard Loebach, Bertha and August Vaudt, Eldora, Dau, Evelyn Voight. Forty persons from here attended the meeting: August Vaudt, fir., .Louis, Tillie, and Walter ' Wednesday. Wilfred left 4rom there on his old route, as .salesman for the Northrup King company. This is his fifth 3T«ar at the work. The F. P. Newels went to Wal- vdorf, Minn., Sunday for an over- *he-iEV>urth visit with Mrs. Newel's another, Mrs. Mury Harmon, and »ister, Mrs. William Prod, and "brother, J. A. Harmon, the latter of *Jew Ulm. "William Voigt went to Des Moines one day last week for treatment of varicose veins, and ^was accompanied Iby his children, Mercedes and 'Billy, Jr., who had ' tonsils and adenoids removed. Paul .Eigler is employed at the tlrug store in Eiumetsburg. "Mrs. F. H. Eigier, Mrs. F. P. Newel, Mrs. H. H. Widdel, and «frs. F. J. Weisbrod visited Em- «aetsliuj'g friends last Thursday. The E. J. Franks had a visit from lis sisters, airs. A. R. Hatch, Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. R. L. War- •ing. Chicago, and his father, C. Charles City, last week ITuesday. (Florence We' '/rod spent several lys last week at Sheldon, where •*be formerly taught. <Mrs._E. A. Weisbrod has returned" where she Hawley, Minn., -spent four weeks. Vaudt, Rosella ' Voight, 'Edward Youngwirth, the George, Herman, and WiJliam Meyer families; William Gade, Alfrieda Gade, Charles Kollasch, the William Hanovers, the Ralph iBantletts, Dick Shell- myer, Guinevere 'Kelly, and Louis Greinart. Walkers In Family Reunion— A Walker family reunion was held Sunday at Interlaken, 30 attending: the Delbert and Harold Walkers, Delavan, Minn., Ralph Walker, Whittemore; the Carl Walkers, Goldfield; the ,R. O. Bjus- trqms, the Harold Kueckers, and Ella and Jane Walker, Algona; Elma Locke of Remer, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker, son Lloyd and Lillian Heidenwith, all of Whittemore. Behnkes Home from Fair— Teacher and Mrs, H. W. Behnke returned last week Wednesday from two -weeks in Illinois and Indiana. They were accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Haberkamp,. Roselle, 111., who went back Sunday. Mrs. Haberkamp was Gertrude Behnke before her marriage June 24. The Behnkes made visits and attended the world's fair. Lucian Meurer Enters C. C. C.— Mr. and Mrs. John Laubenthal, accompanied by Mrs. Joseph Meurer and her son Lucian, drove to Fort Dodge last week Monday, and ILucian enlisted in the reforesta- | tion army there. When last heard from he was at Des Moines, where he was to be stationed two weeks to be vaccinated and otherwise prepared for ttie service. Mrs. Stems Birthday Observed— (Friends helped Mrs. Christ Siems celebrate her 65th birthday last week Tuesday evening. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wichtendahl, West Bend; the Edward Kueckers; the Noah Reisners Lotts Creek; the Herman Haaoks and the George Siems family, Fenton; and the Herman Gades. Seuions Lose Newborn Son— 'Funeral services were conducted by Father Hyland last Thursday morning at St. Michael's church i'or Edward Joseph, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Seinon. The child was born last Monday evening, and died Wednesday. Fishermen Haye Good Luck— Three fishermen, Oscar Poirot, Dr. J. W. McCreery, and Father William Veit, returned last week Tuesday from ten days of fishing vacation in northern Minnesota. They sent home many fish and also brought many with them. Mrs. Woodward's Mother Sick— Mrs. H. E. Woodward received a brother at Rochester, N. Y., saying that their mother was not expected to live. Mrs. Woodward left the same night for Rochester. Bruhn Infant Is Baptised— iRuth Ann, only child of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn, was christened Sunday at the Fairville Lutheran church. Sponsors were Mrs. George Meyer, the balby's grandmother, and Henry Bruhn, uncle. Five Join Lutheran Church— A quarterly meeting was held Sunday at St. Paul's (Lutheran school. George Wachtendahl, August Behrnan, George Gronbach, Robert Braatz, and Albert Meyer joined the congregation. North Side Defeats South- Players living north of the railroad played klttenball against the South Side last week Wednesday evening and won, 6-5. Mrs. Boupe to Iowa City— A Red Cross ambulance from Iowa City took Mrs. Frank Roupe to the state university hospital last Thursday. Ball Team Defeats Bode— The ball nine won from Bode Sunday here, 13-12. Other Whittemore News. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Hagan; Wayne Bell, and (Harold Behnke visited last week Wednesday at the Julius Baas home near Burt, and the men helped Mr. Baas put up hay. While they were there (Peter Kollasch, also Burt, fell from a hay rack and broke his nose. (Mrs. Kollasch and Mrs. Baas are sisters. •Peter Volk has been confined to 'bed two weeks with rheumatism. iL. W. Swanson took his father to Des Moines one day last week, and the elder iMr. Swanson was to go thence to Chicago to attend the world's fair and visit the son Jesse, employed as electrical engineer on the grounds. •Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reinhard, Yakima, Wash., and their daughter Ruth arrived'-'by car one day last week and stopped at Peter Elbert's. They were en route to the world's fair to spend the summer weeks while Mr. (Rejnhard will be employed in the Washington state booth. (Rosalind Gude, Des Moines, is visaing her sister, Mrs. Carl Hansen. She was accomipanied here by Joan Hansen, who had been at Des Moines for some time. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Cash, Anamosa, were over- the-IFourth guests of the Hansens. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bowman. Mr. Bowman's sister Molly, and Sto- sella Voigt drove to Des Moines last week Tuesday and Miss Bowman entered Mercy hospital for an appendicitis operation Wednesday. The others returned Wednesday. Mrs. Christ Siems was dinner hostess last Thursday evening to the P. L. Jessens, the Rev. and Mrs. Disher, son Norman, the Noah Reisners, Lotts Creek, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wichtendahl. West Bend. •Leander and Otmer Fandel, Ladysmith, Wis., came Saturday to visit relatives. They are sons of Joseph Fandel and brothers of Mike and Peter Fandel. Steve Bowman was taken back to Fort Dodge Saturday, and four drainage tubes were put into the hand in which he has blood-poisoning. Bernice, daughter of Supervisor and Mrs. F. J. Balgeman, returned Friday from a week with her sister, Mrs. C. C. Johnson, Mallard. Oscar Schattschneider and Ruth Balgeman drove to Clinton, Sunday to visit Oscar's sister, Mrs. William Wegener, returning Monday. Mrs. Margaret Heller's son William came home for the Fourth. He 7 is in the reforestration army at Albia. The Jerry Sullivans, Armstrong,: visited Mrs. Sullivan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Felder, last week. John Cullen, Jr., is spending a few weeks at Madrid, as teacher in a summer school. The P. L. Jessons left Saturday for Chicago to visit relatives. EX-WESLEYAN RADIO MAN ON NAVAL VESSEL Wesley, July 3—Gerald, son of the Rev. R. E. Cook, former Methodist pastor 'here, called on his old chum, Milton Gtddingg, and other local friends last Thursday, the family now lives at Green Mountain, where Mr. Cook has been Congregational pastor for spme years. Gerald had three years of a teachers course at Morningside, but Is at present mall carrier on a rural route near Green (Mountain. Hi» brother Glen joined the navy in 1931, and is now radio operator on the UJS-S. Langley,-aircraft carrier whose base is at San Diego. The ship cruises between San Diego and, San : iFYancisco, ..also, making short Ocean voyages to'-furnish practice for air pilots in taking off and alighting. Leone, now Mrs. G. S. Hlckey, lives on a farm near Aurelia, and has one daughter, Joyce Vlrglne, eight months. Gordon was graduated from high school last year; and Marjorie, now 15, will be a senior next year. Mr. Cook cane to conduct a funeral at Renwick, where he was pastor many years, and Gerald, who accompanied him, drove on to Wesley. Clyde Moore Is Married— Clyde Moore, who made his home with his sister, Mrs. H. E. Whyte, part of the time during the Methodist pastorate of the .Rev. Mr. Whyte here, 1926-J92S, was married to Alta Cox at the Methodist church, 'Lake City, Sunday, June 18, Mr. Whyte officiating. Following the ceremony, Mrs. Whyte sang. After a wedding Journey, the Moores were to be at home at 'Long Grove. Miss Cox was a popular teacher in Lucas county. Hutchison Suffers Relapse- William Hutohinson, who v was at Kossuth hospital, following a serious operation, was improving, but had a •' turn -for 'the worse • last Thursday. He was to be brough home/Saturday. A (brother, I. W Hutchirisoriii Rock-Island, 111., whom he had not seen for 17 years, Is here, and a daughter, Mrs.'Car Charlstrom, Fort .Dodge, with Mr ^harlstrom and their two "sons, visited him last Thursday. Girls llfake Ylaitbig Trip- Margaret and Grace, daughters of Mrs. Bertha 'Looft, drove to Wln- ;hrop and Waterloo last Thursday returning ' (Friday. They visitee friends. Margaret .formerly taught at Winfchrop, and Grace, who was graduated from the Gates Business college, Waterloo, is now doing secretarial work at JUiSalle Extension university, Chicago. Wood Splinter Pierces Eye— Donald Kraus, 16, the elder "of two sons of Charles Kraus, Wesley merchant, recently had his left eye was injured. A flying splinter pierced it while he was chopping wood. The eye has cohtinuel to bleed so much that at last reports it could not be thoroughly examined. Methodist Aid Gives Picnic— The Methodist Aid will give a picnic on the church lown this week Wednesday afternoon. The usual fee of 15 cents will be asked. Those who attend will take baskets. Officers will be elected. Wind Breaks a Window— ,,In a storm Friday evening which was accompanied by wind glass in the upper sash pf a west window at George Benner's was sucked out. Sun Irvington Woman Eggs Baked By Irvington, July 3—A woman in this community recently made a discovery which some may .doubt, but which, nevertheless, was real. While she was driving along the road near her home she saw an empty hen's nest with a few eggs in it. She investigated and found that the eggs were good, tout had been cooked by the hot sun. Another woman has had setting hens leave their nests, yet the eggs hatched, the weather having been so warm that the eggs did not cool off at night. The chicks were none the worse oft for their mother's negligence. Still another woman i a few weeks at the William Bold- lock, Algona, and their son, ard. Mrs. Addle Thompson, of Morn* son, Is spending a few weeks with her sister, Mrs, S.-&. Merrlam, at Hattie Burllngartie's.; Mr. and rMs. Eroil Anderson visited at George Wolfe's last Thurs,day. They recently returned from the world's fair. The Aid will meet next week Thursday at the Annex; Mesdames M. L. Honey and V. J. Schlchtl, hostesses. Cradle, son of (Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Morris, Des Moines, is spending Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. Hoss Ringsdorf, •Newark, S. O., and their youngest child, Royce, called on Ross's grandfather, W. P. Giddings, and other relatives here Monday evening. They had been at Iowa Falls to visit Mrs. R.'s relatives, and were returning to .Hurt for a fart- well family supper before starting for home. Mrs. Hubert Grain, St. -Louis, and her little daughter Joan are expected July 4 to visit relatives. Her brother, Earl Goodnow, and sister, Mrs. Vernon Benner, live at Mason City. She will probably attend a Fourth of July picnic at her sister, Mrs. Herman Ostercamp's. iQtto' Nelson,,Omaha, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred .Nelson Friday. He Is trucking for a transfer company, and toe drove on to Mason City after a load of cheese. Mrs. A. M. Lease and her son Burrell Duane returned from Urbana last week Tuesday evening, following two weeks with the former's parents. •Mrs. Guy M. Butts, is making good recovery from injuries suffered recently when her car left the road near Rock Falls. The Fred Dietananns and 'Florence Hansen came back from Chicago and the fair last week Wednesday. "Grandma" Turgeson went to Algona last Thursday evening to visit Mrs. Homer Anderson. Alfred Nelson is able to walk about and be out doors a little. says she has the best mother hen in the country. It Is , rather a small bert, and last year it stole a nest, appearing later with 17 chicks, all of- which were • raised. Then' this year' she' disappeared again, but was found on a nest of 29 eggs. She was left with all the eggs but two, and out of the 27 she hatched 24, and so far has been raising her family successfully. Former Resident Visits Here- Albert L. (Reed, brother-in-law of the late Mrs. Mary Patterson, recently spent several days at the Morrih Parson home. Mr. Reed who lives at Topeka, Kans., was en route to Seattle to visit 'a sister Mrs. Martha 'Burtis. He was 8S in May, but Is in good health. He lives with his 'son Burleigh, who teaches chemistry-In a Topeka uni- iversity. The elder Mr. (Reed has charge of the chemistry storeroom He is weir known to older residents here," having once owned a farm on the IRidge road. B. M. Watson Hen Again— Ray Watson, San Francisco, who after a few days here recently, went to Pennsylvania, got back early last week and was to remain till after the Fourth. He was in poor health when he left here a few years ago, but says the California climate made him well again. He wifl ,be accomipanied to California by bis son Paul, while Bob, who spent last winter with his father at San Francisco, will remain till August; when he will go back to continue school work. Missionary Society Has Program— The Missionary society met Friday at the church, Mrs. William Boldridge in charge of the devotional meeting.. (Roll call was answered with scripture verses, and articles'-on The Philippines, the West Indies, and other subjects were read by Mesdames M. L. Roney and V. J. Schichtl and Elsie and Effie Egel. A solo was sung by Shirley Roney, and Mrs. K. P. Roney reviewed The Rural Billion, by Charles McConnell. Four-H Girls Give. Program— The Riverdale 4-H girls gave a program at the Patterson schoolhouse last week Wednesday evening: song by chorus; motion song, three girls; solo, Maibelme Miller; two songs :by quartet; Goodbye Sweetheart, group of boys; two drills; By-By, Blackbird. After the program the girls served homemade ice cream and cake. They cleared $5. The club has 14 members. Albertha Boldridge Has Birthday— A number of neighbors went to William Boldridge's Sunday for a surprise in honor of Albertha, who was celebrating a birthday. At;ending were the Karels, the peter Halsrods, the Vern Barkers, the William OVIetzgers, Mrs. 'Ed Hammer, John Hammer, Mary Menke and Mrs. Emma McConnell. Boy Has Foot Infection- Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs Loren Rutledge, has (been suffering from infection in one foot from a nail. Other Irvington. The Rev. A. English preached a >atriotic sermon Sunday on "Lest We Forget." The congregational reading this week is the 5th chapter of Matthew. A Sunday school picnic which was to have taken ilace July 4 at the Ambrose A. Call state park was called off. A number on t a recent 4-H -pro- Tarn at the J. M. Patterson school louse was a play, "Me and Betty." Other numbers not mentioned in a previous report were talks by tosetta Barker,and Virgie Halsrod, and readings by Agnes and Annetta Karels. Mabel Gilmore, ILos Angeles; vis- ted MrSi Morris (Parsons one day ast week. She is a teacher, and she will leave this week Wednesday for two weeks at the world's air. Messrs, and Mesdames George Killer, Alex Miller, and Godfrey Strieker attended a iState Brand creamery picnic at Mason City last Thursday. - r The Paul Hudsons recently had a visit from the Fred Hudsons, who were driving to Wisconsin rom California. Fred and Paul are brothers. Guests at M. L. Roney's Sunday were the IRoscoe Mawdsleys, near Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. John Whee- rldge's. , The Aid meeting for this week 'Thursday at the Annex has been postponed. South CreMO Thirteen South Crescoans attended the annual plftilc of the four rural mothers and daughters clubs neighboring Algona—Cresco, Union, Four Corners, and Plum Creek—last Thursday at the Ambrose A. Call state park. A total of 80 persons registered. The program was: piano solo, Mrs. D. S. Wildin; readings, Irene Witham, Bernice Oodds; A Trip to Hawaii, Minnie J. Coate; duets, Ruth Robinson, Margaret Ditsworth, Evelyn Cruikshank at the piano; trombone solo, Fern Krampe. John Henning, of the county farm, 'became seriously sick last week Wednesday night and had an appendicitis operation at the Kossuth hospital last Thursday, Gail, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Potter, has been at Algona since Sunday, caring for her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Webster, who suffered injuries in a recent automobile accident near Estherville. Messrs, and Mesdames John Brown and Thomas Saddoris, Boone, came Saturday to spend Sunday with the G. W. Browns and the D. D. Sparks family till Monday. The George Fausts and a Mrs. Stagy, Waterloo, with Mrs. William Funk, Algona, were guests Sunday at Andrew Funk's and visited the West Bend grotto. Mr. and Mrs. C. IL. Hiserodt attended a Johnson family picnic Sunday at Harvey Johnson's at the old Johnson homestead in Plum Creek. ' The Ward McWhorters came from Osage last week Tuesday for a week at Mrs. McWhorter's father A. E. Clayton's. The T. E. Harrs motored to Belmond Sunday, accompanied by Edith «eed and Mrs. Frank Shackelford, Algona. Fenton Ella Kyle, employed at iMason City, is spending two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, R. N. Kyle. Mrs. Raymond Stoeber spent several days last week with the parental Charles Bassets, Fairmont. ROBSON BROS. CIRCU ALGONA Tuesday, JUIY 11 One Day Only—Afternoon 2 P.M.—Night 8 Greatly Reduced PrlccR — Children lOc, Adu Show Grounds, Durant's Pasture, East State Acres of Tents—T^lce tt«, Former Size. Ri<j| n Trapeze"Perfbrmer«.,V^li'e Walkers. Clowns nd^ Other Animals. Don't Waste Your Money on Cheap Tii You can at the folloi prices. 475-19 4'ply $7.65 6 ply $ 9.35 500-19 4 ply 8.20 6 ply 10.35 525-18 4 ply 9.20 5 ply 11.40 32x6 Truck Tire $29.00 KELLY LOT O' MILES 450-21 $5.60 475-19 $6 05 500-19 J6.S Buy now as tires will double in price) before long. GLASS—Yc^ur broken glass replaced while i wait. 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