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TWO PARTIES IN HONOR OF REGENT BRIDE Lu Verne, April 24—Two postnuptial parties were given last veek in honor of Mrs. Fred Hintz, xnnouncement of whose marriage n January had been made recently. Thursday afternoon 12 members of the Lu Verne Rebekah lodge drove to the bride's home in Livermore and presented her with a titchen shower. Games and con- ,csts furnished the entertainment 'or the afternoon, and refreshments were served. Friday evening Presbyterian church women entertained in her honor at the W. L. Ramus home, and 30 enjoyed the occasion. The main feature of the evening's entertainment was a pantomime depicting the newlyweds 25 years lience. Jennie Mason and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey won first prize. A miscellaneous shower was giv- m Mrs. Hintz. Her nephew, Dean Rainus, dressed as cupid, presenting the gifts. Crowds nt Church Services— Evangelistic meetings being held at the Methodist church last week and this have been very interesting and there has been a good attendance. The "Singing Brookes," of Waterloo, have had charge of the music and special features, • and pastors from the Renwick, Hardy and Wesley churches have been helping the Rev. Mr. Baddeley in giving the sermons. Sunday night, which was organization and mother's night, Mrs. U. S. Grant received a remembrance for being the oldest mother there. It was founc out that four different countries of Europe, and 14 states of U. S. were the birthplaces of those present Delegations were present from Renwick and Livermore, and the local Presbyterians and Evangelical congregations dismissed their own services. The Boosters, group of children, will furnish the special part of the Friday evening program. Rural Letter Carriers Meet— Lu Verne rural carriers were hosts a week ago Tuesday evening to the Rural Letter Carriers asso elation of Kossuth county at Ray Stone's. After a short busines session, bridge and "500" were en joyed with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Berg of Swea City, winning high prize at bridge, and Mr. and Mrs. L. Heif ner at 500. Fred Rasmussen re ceived the cut prize. Lunch wa Union M.4 D. Club Hears Program Thursday Evening Four Corners, Apr. 24—The F. C. Mothers & Daughters club met last Thursday with Mrs. Arch Walker, 5 present. The meeting was open- id with How Can I Leave Thee, ,nd roll call was answered with avorite flowers and the exchange if flower seeds. A duet was sung iy Mrs. Mitchell and Irene Bjus- rom, and a reading, A Boy's Moth-' r, was given by Mrs. Cecil Bjus- rom. A book report on The Lanern in Her Hand was given by VIrs. Alice Ditsworth, and a recita- ion by Donna Jean Mitchell, after vhich Fitting Your Child Into the 'uture, a reading, was given by VIrs. Edna Mitchell. The next meet- ng will be with Mrs. John Rich Way 3. Demonstration Pinner Given— An aluminum demonstration dinner was served at Joseph Elbert's ast week Monday night, and at- ending were Mr. and Mrs. Matt tnapp, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lehman, Mr. and Mrs. John Mertz, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rich, the Louis .lOwmans, Mrs. Verla Lowman, daughter Jacqueline, Ruth Robinson, and the Arnold Elberts, Al- ;ona. The dinner was prepared Relation to Health. The rest of the evening was spent at cards. Winds Uncover the Oats— The fierce wind and dirt storms of the last week covered oats in low places so deep it is doubtful that they will grow, and elsewhere left oat seed in piles on high ground where the soil was blown off. ' Other Four Corners. Mildred Robinson, who had spent a week with the Herman Lindemans, Hurnboldt, came home last week Wednesday, accompanied by Mrs. Lindeman, who stayed overnight to attend the club meeting and served by a Mr. King and wife, of West Bend. Mr. King his has }een in the employ of the Wear- Jver aluminum company four years. After dinner a talk was given by Mr. King on Food and Its Thursday. The Louis Lowmans, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham, daughters Ellen and Delia, Mrs. Verla Lowman, and the latter's daughter Jacqueline spent Sunday with the Ray Smiths, near Burt. O. W, Metcalf, Gurnee, 111., father of Mrs. Leslie Walker, left for home Friday night. He had been with the Walkers since last September. Aeijelt Myers, Ringsted, son-in- law of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nickerson, spent several days last week shearing sheep in this neighborhood. Jane and Ella Walker, Algona, attended the club meeting at Mrs. Arch Walker's last Thursday and remained till Friday morning. served at a guests from late hour, outside the Invited county were Mr. and Mrs. Ole Fjetland, of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Entler, of Rutland, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rasmussen, of Renwick. next county meeting will be The held May 15 at R. E. Berg's, City. at Swea Surprise for Mrs. Williams— Mrs. Cecil Williams was pleasantly surprised last week Wednesday when a group of friends came in the afternoon to help her celebrate her birthday. The afternoon was spent playing progressive rook at four tables. Mrs. Charles Wolf won high score, Mrs. Wilfred Jones low, and Mrs, Cecil Williams, travel. The lunch served was brought by the guests and they also presented Mrs. Williams with a gift as a remembrance of the occasion. WHITTEMORE 50TH WEDDING DATE OBSERVED Whittemore, Apr. 24—Relatives athered at the Albert Baas home Sunday to surprise Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Saager in honor of their 60th wedding anniversary, and noon dinner was served to 70 persons. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs, Emil Schmeling, Whittemore, the former Mrs. Saager's only brother; the Harry and W. M. Schmelings, Emmetsburg; the Ervin, Arthur, and Otto Schmelings, and Lester Schmeling, Cylinder;, the Robert Bells and the Herbert Schmelings, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Saager were born at Kammine, Germany, in 1859 and 1860 respectively, and were married there April 24, 1884, coming to the United States nine years later, or in 1893. One child, a boy who died at 2, was born to them. They have 40 nieces and nephews. Christ Meyer Birthday Observed- Christ Meyer was taken by sur- price Sunday evening in honor of his birthday. Six o'clock dinner brought by the guests was served to 60. Attending: the William Wehrspans, Ottosen; the John Geizenauers, Lone Rock; the Otto Wichtendahls, Lotts Creek; Mr. and Mrs. William Lauck and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Baas, Whittemore; the Henry Bruhns family and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bolllnger, Fenton; Mrs. Mary Bruhns, her children, and the Herman Schneiders the Erwin, Alfred, and Ferdinand Bruhns families, and the Robert Wagners, all of Fairville, 5 and 6 % ON SAVINGS WITH SAFETY ALGONA BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCLVTION Inc. 1917 Authorized Capital i $1,000,000.00 For 17 years this Association has continued to pay not less than 5% on paid-up shares and 6% on installment shares. A continuous record since organization of good earnings, all very carefully secured through first mortgage loans on Algona property conservatively appraised and insured. You can invest in a lump sum or start a savings of $1.00 per month —anytime. Interest paid January 1st and July 1st each year. EXPERIENCE AND CARE IN handling the savings of hundreds of members in this Association together with a continuous record of sound earnings is your proof for the safety of this organization. THE ALGONA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION i' Directors and Officers. H. R. Cowan Presiden 1 M. G. Norton Vice President C. R. La Barre ... Sec'y-Treasurer G. W. Stillman Counci M. P. Weaver A. L. Peterson o Enter State Contest— (Richard Niver will take part in a state music contest May 3 at lo, r a City. He will play a clarinet E. J. McEvoy W. B. Quarton Send $1 1 for the next 5 months of The ATLANTIC MONTHLY Make the most of your reading hours. Enjoy the wit, the wisdom, the companionship, the charm that have made the Atlantic, for seventy-five years, Americas most Quoted and most cherished magazine. Send $1 (mentioning- this ad) to The Atlantic Monthly, 8 Arlington St., Boston Vo Birthdays Are Observed— •Relatives gathered at E. R. Meyr's last Tihursday evening: in hon- f Carol's and her grandfather H. Benedict's birthday. Rook 'f ur- ished entertainment and as served by Mrs. Meyer. lunch eacher Goes to Onawa— Norma Partridge, recently elect- d for her third year as primary eacher here, has declined the elec- on as she was elected second rade teacher at Onawa at an in- rease in salary. Nebraska Pastor Preaches Here— The Rev. H. C. Marting, Fairbury, Neb., and his sisters, Emma and Louise Marting, of Carroll, arrived Saturday for an evening at their nephew the Rev. H. W. Discher's, going on Sunday to Rochester Minn., where Louise Marting was ning the high scores were Elda Baas and Leonard Meyer. Eighth Child for Kelleys— Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kelley are parents of a boy, born last Thursday. There are seven other children, four girls and three boys. Card Party Planned Tonight— A card party will be given by the .osary society at the Academy hall lis week Thursday night, and ivaney's band will play. dna Mosbach to >Ved— Banns were called for the first me at St. Michael's Catholic lurch Sunday for Harvey Elbert nd Edna Mosbach. r lllinni Boeber Has Birthday— Relatives and friends helped Villiam Roeber celebrate a birth- ay Sunday evening. WHITTEMORE NEWS Sunday dinner guests at Herman ade's were Mr. and Mrs. H. W. iehnke, the P. L. Jessens, Mr. and Jrs. Henry Wichtendahl, the Arold Gades, all of Whittemore, and ilr. and Mrs. Arthur Gade and iteta Gade, R. N., Algona, the latter daughter of the Herman Gades. uests at. Herman Voight's were tie William Meyers, Whittemore, he Martin Meyers, Garner, and the '.rchie Voights. The Champion reports that Tom !elly stepped off the curb in front f the cafe last week Monday and tumbled into a rut in the street. Doctor McCreery found that one of his ankles had suffered a severe prain. Crutches have since been his means of getting around. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bowman were ,t Mason City Friday, and were ac- ompanied to Whittemore by Roslla Voight, who spent the week- nd with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voight. Rosella attends a rTason City business school. Winifred Carlisle, Ames student, pent the week-end with his par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carlisle, and called on his college roommate, John Simpson, who is recov- ring from an appendicitis opera- L R, LEGION POST ELECTS NEW OFFICERS Lone Rock, Apr. 24—The Legion met at the Legion hall a week ago Monday evening, and elected the following officers: Commander, I. W. Nelson; adjutant, R. L. Padgett; finance officer, Roy Jensen; chaplain, Thomas O'Donnell; historian, George Rath. There is an Auxiliary here, and both organizations are active, particularly the women, Mlto Society Has Program— The Mite society met last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. L. E. Godfrey. Mrs. Godfrey read the Scripture, followed by the Lord's prayer. Marian Jensen gave an illustrated reading, Every Day Lessons, and Mary Jane Hoflus gave a reading, The Cross of Christ. The song, The Old Rugged Cross, was sung. The next meeting will be with Mrs. William Krause, Mrs. R. L. Padgett assisting. Newbroughs Hare Visitors— Mrs. M, E. Blanchard and Mrs. Edward Blanchard and children, all of Irvington, and Mrs. Delmar Angus and son Robert, Algona, came a week ago Tuesday evening. Mrs. Edward Blanchard stayed at her parental home, the A. D. New- broughs, and the remainder of the group stayed at Lawrence Newbrough's. Wednesday they visited relatives before returning home. Spencer Burglars Nip Leo Dailey The office of Leo C. Dailey, former Algontan who is secretary of the Spencer Chamber of Commerce and the Clay county fair, was visited by a thief or thieves last week Tuesday morning, and the sum of $12.60 for business permits under the new state sales tax law was taken. Wednesday with Mrs.-Fred Gen- Bible Study was held last week Wednesday at Claude Whitehill's. We solve your problem on bearings for t.. trucks, and passenger cars. " We carry a large supply of timpkln roll*. J Ings and new-departure ball bearings. \v e !» D f 30 to 40 per cent. e sav «l Joe Greenberg PHONE 118 Pay Your Advance Subscription] to consult Mayo physicians, Discher accompanying them. Mr, Mr olo and will be accompanied by rene Swenson. Joy for Arnold Itistmis— A 5%-lb. boy was born last week Vednesday at Mr. and Mrs, Arno Ristau, their first child. Other Lu Verne News. Mrs. W. H. Godfrey and Bertha, f Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Itone and twin sons, of Mason ^ity, were guests of Lu Verne rela- ives Sunday. Lela Godfrey spent last week at lome. Sue is a student nurse at the university hospital, Iowa City, and (has just recovered from acar- et fever. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty and Ruth, and Lottie and Jennie Mason vere Sunday guests at J. A. Zwei- el's at Corwith. Mrs. Aaron Steussy visited her mother, Mrs. Weiland, and other •elatives at Britt Friday. Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Spooner vis- ted at A. Lloyd Spooner's, at Fort Dodge, last week. F. A. Niver, who has employment Marling preached in German Sunday morning at the local Lutheran church. Walter Thomas Kills Himself— Walter Thomas, 34, single, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas Sr., Clarissa, Minn., recently committed suicide by hanging himsel from a joist in the basement of a brother's home. His feet were drag ging and it was evident that he had bent his knees and stranged him self. He had a brother Harvey a West Bend and a brother Ray a Mallard, and he was well known here. Shower Honors Nelda Crawford— A prenuptial shower took plac at Mrs. Roy Crawford's last wee' Monday in honor of Nelda Craw ford, who will be married soon t William Finn, Algona. After bridg refreshments were served. Th bride-to-be received many gifts Hostesses were Mrs. Betty Craw ford, Mrs. Tracy Crawford, an Minnie Elbert. at Omaha, spent the home. week-end at The schoolhouse is being roofed with asbestos shingles. Whittemore Shower for Lucille Zunmch— Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Zumach, BO Laddie, the Herman Zumachs, an the Reinhard Zumachs attended recent shower at Mr. and Mrs. Aug ust Zumach's Zumach, who in honor of Luci will be married i ion. The Jos. Cullens, Minonk, 111., Floyd Torgeson, Bode, at the Lutheran church, Fenton, soon. Party for Lutheran Choir— The Louis Greinerts entertained the Lutheran choir Friday evening at six tables of cards. High was won by Lillian Heidenwith and Lester Baas, low by Elfrieda Gade and Leonard Meyer low, A two- course luncheon was served. rrived Friday to visit the J. S. iullens. Mrs. Cullen' and her daughter Patricia Ann stayed here while Joseph went to Rochester Sunday for a physical examination. The Lutheran Aid association ad a social last week Wednesday evening, and high at cards was won by Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz. Mrs. Louis Greinert and Robert Braatz were low. The Stephen Coles, Cedar Falls, arrived at J. S. Cullen's Friday, and Mr. Cole went home Sunday, caving his wife and son for a fur- .her visit. Mrs. Cole was former- y Katherlne Cullen. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Carmody, of 3raettinger, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves, Algona, and their son Kenneth spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carmody. Buttermaker Ralph Bartlett went to Des Moines one day recently to attend a state butter control board educational meeting. He was accompanied by Edw. Cullen. The Nick Redings went to St. Joe last week Wednesday evening to help Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wag- eiier celebrate their first wedding anniversary. The C. J. Olivers, Emmetsburg, were Sunday visitors at William Oliver's. The Joe Matiques, also Emmetsburg, were at J. S. Cullen's. Mr. and Mrs. William Hantle- rnan's daughter. Alice, who had been a patient at the McCreery hospital, was taken home Friday. The Frank Schattschneiders anc Mrs. Schattschneider's pe rents, Mr and Mrs. Jacob Hengel, spent a few days last week at Des Moines. Kern Ellerich was sick with the lu last week. James Fleming, attending a business college at Mason City, spent Sunday evennig with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming. Mrs. Mary Erue lately returned from West Union, where she spent two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Walter Dullard. Mrs. Ben Chrischilles, Fenton, has been a patient at the McCreery hospital; Viola Balgeman, R. N., nurse. Edw. Burke and his daughter Ella went to Chicago visit relatives. Monday to Mary Catherine Rooney has been sick. School Teachers Are Beelected— The school board has reelected Miss Emanuel, high school teacher; Miss Lindstrom, fifth to eighth grades; and Supt. F. J. Rochford. Miss Lynch, another high school teacher, will not return next year. Attend Wedding at Fenton— Messrs, and Mesdames William Rusch Sr. and Jr., Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Zumach, son Herbert, and Eldora Dau attended the Meyer-Mittag wedding at Fenton Sunday. Lutheran Socials Are Given— The St. Paul's Y. P. S. had a social last Thursday evening. Cards were played at ten tables, and win- Garden Project Started— The emergency relief garden project for needy families is under the auspices of the Legion Auxiliary this year instead of the Red Cross, which conducted them last year. Families who desire seeds for gardens can make application to Mrs. W. G. Flaig, president of the local Auxiliary. Pnpils Enter Poster Contest— The fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth grade pupils have entered the poppy poster contest sponsored by the Legion Auxiliary. Three prizes, $1, 75c and 50 cents, will be awarded the winners. The first prize poster will be sent to Des Moines to be judged in a state contest. Helps on County Playlet— Mrs. Roy Jensen was in 'Titonka last week Tuesday, helping prepare a skit to be presented by the Kos-r suth Legion Auxiliary units at a convention in Fort Dodge the first part of May. Lone Bock Defeats Seneca— The Lone Rock baseball team won its second victory of the season by defeating Seneca on the local diamond last week Tuesday afternoon 10-5. Other Lone Bock. A. A. Krueger, accompanied by 0. H. Graham, Fenton, C. L. Holding, Burt, and Mr. McGwynn, Ringsted, drove to Mason City last week Wednesday to attend a Standard Oil meeting. Dr. R. H. Schrecengost, formerly of Swea City, and now of Los Angeles, and J. J. Anderson, Swea City, were last week Tuesday visitors at H. J. Rice's. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Macumber took their son Clarence back to camp at the Dolllver state park, near Lehigh, Sunday. He spent last week here. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich attended a Kossuth rural letter carrier's meeting at Ray Stone's In Lu Verne a week ago Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whitney and son George, Mapleton, Minn., were Sunday guests at I. W. Nelson's. The Nelsons formerly lived there. Edith Worthington, who has been visiting the Enos Worthingtons, Estherville, came home Saturday, Mrs. Worthington bringing her. Charles Zoller, of Lakota, spent .he week-end at Frederick Schultz's. He returned with his parents, who visited there Sunday. The Orville Rosendahl family, of Superior, spent Friday evening and Saturday at William Krause's. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davis, Emmetsburg, spent Sunday at George Pettit's and visited relatives. George Sears, Grinnell, who is a cow-tester, was a Sunday guest at the Eugene Hofius home. Ersel Blanchard and Chester Alme drove to Glldden Sunday, visiting the J. M. Hulburts. Deone Hawks, Seneca, spent the week-end at the Mrs. E. M. Hawks and Dell Marlow homes. Mrs. P. M. Christenson served on the petit jury at Algona a week ago Monday and Tuesday. The Harley Shellltos, of Ames, spent Saturday afternoon and Sunday at N. L. Cotton's. The Andrew Thomsens spent Sunday afternoon at Knud Thornsen's in Ringsted. The P. M. Christensons were visitors at J. M. Jensen's, Ringsted, Sunday. Tommy Long has purchased 500 pedigreed, trap-nested White Leghorns. Mother's club will meet next Enjoy this special blend 3APAK "Fresh from the Garden*" BotsforcTs Free Paint Demonstration! Friday and Saturday, April 27 and 28 An expert demonstrator will be here on above dates! to advise the correct use of paints and colors. The most] severe tests known will be made of DEVOE wall fin-l ishes and varnishes. Come and see for yourself why] DEVOE materials are superior in quality. See your own rooms and furniture in colors on the new] moving picture machine at our office. We will paint the FIRST FOUR CHAIRS or small! pieces of furniture FREE. You choose the color. 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