Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1934 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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1PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA .THURSDAY WRESTLERS TO GIVE ANOTHER SHOWAT BURT Burt, August, 7—A second athletic show will take place here Friday evening. Boxing matches arc scheduled between "Runt" Schrader, Burt, and Louis Wildin, Algona; Harold Anderson, Algona, and Orie Peterson, Burt; Doan Brand, Fort Dodgo, and Johnnie Cosgrove, rritonka; "Chuck" Schrader and Wendell Jurgeson, Algona; Harold Feller, Burt and Roy Braylon, .Wesley. "Hank" Carter and Dick JTrulson, Britt, will wrestle. Tisifing Tn }Tnrslmlltown— Mrs. M. M. Ohipman left Saturday for Marshalltown to visit her parents. Site made a short visit at the V. E. Sellers home at Eldora on her way to Marshalltown. .loan Chipman is visiting her nunt al Armstrong, while her mother is •away. Attend State 15. 15. Tourney- Mr, and Mrs. L. H. Schenck went to Rockwell City Wednesday to at- .tend the state base ball tournaments. From there they went to Cherokee, where they attended a state convention of rural mail carriers Thursday. Slilplors Have Family Krmiion— Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bellinger, of Cedar Rapids, visited over the week end at Earl Shipler's. A Shipler family reunion was held Sunday. Kebeknh Fienio »xt Week— The Rcbekah Lodge is planning Its annual picnic next week Friday at Tuttle Lake. Rebekahs, Odd Fellows, and families are invited. Lotts Creekers to Attend Whittemore Lutheran Fest Lotts Creek, Aug. 7—The Immanuel Lutherans are invited to attend a mission festival of St. Paul's church, Whittemore, next Sunday Smith's parents at Plainfield, Iowa. Other Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyer, Mrs. John Kohhves, and the latter's Aid Sooinl Nets 825— The Aid society held a homemade ice cream social on the street Saturday evening and cleared over $25. Other Burt NOTTS. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Carroll and two daughters, who spent last week at George Carroll's and G. J. F. Vogel's, left Saturday for their home at Afton, N. Y. They were to stop at Chicago on their way liome. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Gicldin.es and daughter Zola, and Mrs. Matilda Ward, attended the funeral of four year-old Howard Walker at Wesley Sunday afternoon, and visited Mr. Giddings' father. Mrs. Velma McBride and Ruth Schroeder wont to Whittemore a week a,co Tuesday to care for the Ralph Bartlett children, while Mr. and Sirs. Bartlett are away on a fishing trip. Mrs. Sadie Schenck, who has spent the past month with her sons, left for her home in Minneapolis Saturday. Her son, Horace and his wife, o£ Titonka, took her home. Stella Isenbcrger spent several 'flays last week at Clark Godden's. Friday Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Isenberger and Stella and Mrs. Paul Lee spent the day at Walter Klamp's. Rachel Clapsaddle entertained the following at dinner Friday evening: Margaret Morness, Virginia .Thaves, lone Moyer, Helen Schrader, and Marilda Pratt. The Henry Stroemens, St. James, Minn., arived Sunday for a visit at the N. I. Morness home. Mr. Stroe- ner returned home, but the others remained for a week. Mrs. Bertha Schwictert and son 'Willard returned Sunday after two weeks -with relatives at Grceley and C'olesburg. Her sou Lester brought her home. Mrs. Elizabeth Little, of Kingsley, came Saturday for a week or two with her daughter, Mrs. K. J. Smith. The Smiths went to Spencer to meet her. Mrs. Clarence Dau, Milltown, Wis., visited last week at the Frank and Clarence Riebhoff homes. She in the Louis Greinert grove, formerly the Vaudt grove. The morning services begin at 10:30, the Rev. H. R. Wrede, Garner, preaching. In the afternoon the Rev. Theo. Hinck, Marshalltown, frequently heard over station KFJB, will speak. The Little German Band will accompany singing, and the women will serve free lunch at noon, ^__ — . 1'nrl.v for Fort Dodge Gnrsts— Hilda and Elma Potratz, Bernita Fuller, and Francis Schwinderman, all of Fort Dodge, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Po- trat/t, parents of Hilda and Elma. A party was given at the Potratz home Sunday evening in honor of the visitors. Attending: the Alvin Potratzes, the Eclw. Maahs family, and Esther Potratz, Whittemore, Godfrey, Joseph, and Doorthy Loebach, Henry Wctzel, Bernice Winkel, Helen Radig, and Marie Schal- lin. — > Smiflis Ifoiup From Tour — The Harold Smiths have returned from visits with Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. Blum, Peru, 111., at the World's fair, and with Mr. ELLA EWOLDT, OF L, R,, WEDS ALGONA YOUTH Lone Rock, Aug 7 — Mr. and Mrs. Karl Ewoldt announce the marriage of their youngest daughter, Ella, to Joseph Culbertson, of Algona. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Johnson, pastor of the Methodist church, at the parsonage, in Lakota, July 24. They left immediately for Wells, Minn., where Mr. Culbertson is employed. They arrived Saturday for a two-day visit at the Ewoldt home. Attend Carriers Convention — Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich, accompanied by Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and Vera Morris, drove to Cherokee last Thursdav, the Genriches daughter Elsie attended the tuner al of Jacob Hengel at Fenton las week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potrat spent Sunday evening at Arthu Geilenfeld's, Lu Verne, and wer acompanied by the George Schult zes. Gertrude and Lois Kucker gave small party last week Wednesday Attending: Dolores Potratz, Rut Thompson, Ann Hackbarth. The Edw. Maahs family and Es ther Potratz, Whittemore, were a Richard Potratz's Friday evening helping with threshing. Esther Siems and her mothei Mrs. Emilie Siems, Whittemore, vi sited Sunday evening at Edw Kucker's. Bruno Ristau, Sioux City, calle on his aunt, Mrs. Richard Potrat? Saturday. He works In a Swif plant. A number from here attended mission festival at Fenton Sunday The Little Gorman Band played. Mrs. Fred Meyer Sr., Fenton spent last week Monday at Martii Meyer's. Alvin Potratz is laid up with boil on one ankle. Lotts Creek plays Bode here nex Sunday. day with Mrs. Jack Quinn. Mrs. W. J. Cotton returned Fri day from a trip with her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan, of Al gona. They visited in Illinois, Wis consin, and Minnesota. The H. J. Okes, Columbus June tion, and Howard Okes, Iowa Citj spent last week at the Chris Shas er's. Wednesday they drove to Lit tie Lake for the day. Mrs. Ernest Priebe, who ha been at her son Carl's, Fenton, re turned home Friday feeling muc improved. Edward Priebes, Fentoi spent Sunday there. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dransfeld entertained Sunday the L. R. Roc ericks, Frank Bahlings, of Bur and Mrs. Walter Powell, Gran Rapids, Mich. Mrs. Mervin Marlow, Lola Mar low, and June Bierle spent las Thursday in Livermore visiting th former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Col Hncj 11 lib. Mrs. W. G. Flaig and daughte Joan, who have been visiting Mr NEW MEXICO IN GRIP OF THEJROUGHT Irvington, Aug. 7—Byrl Roney, Roswell, N. M., brother of M. L. Roney, writes that New Mexico is in the grip of the worst drought that has been known since he moved there over 27 years ago. Ranges are parched and the government is shooting the starving cattle, now too thin and weak to get to market. The McMellon reservoir, a government project, GO miles south of Roswell, fed by the Pecos river, has dried up, and thousands of tons of fish were lost. The reservoir had irrigated the- lower valleys, and the crops are suffering and if rain does not come immediately they will be a total loss. Embroidery Club Meets— The Crcsco Embroidery club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. A. J. Brown, all members but one present. The program arranged by Mrs. Walter Ban- consisted of two piano duets by Mrs. M. G. Parsons and granddaughter Phyllis Maxwell ; and solos by Mabeline Miller and Mrs. Herbert Schmeling. Mrs. Schmeling also played on her uke- lele and sang. Club members will hold their annual picnic at the Call park August 19. Sec Michigan Tornado Damage— Effie Egel and Everett Van Steinburg, who left a week ago ""uesday for Flint, Mich., arrived Thursday just after a tornado had wept through that vicinity. Traf- ic was brought to a standstill vhile the debris was being cleared way. They saw the world's fair Wednesday. Effie plans to spend ome time visiting in and around n lint. bur Fisher, a family gathering was held at the home Sunday. Mr. Fisher's relatives attended, also Mrs. Fisher's, her family name be- months, left for Illinois Friday. He plans to return in the late fall and spend the winter here. Aid will meet this Thursday afternoon at the church annex. Hostesses are Mrs. Ben Terhune and Mrs. T. E. Wickwiro. The market basket project will be continued, is working for the government. Mrs. Ella Potter, Sioux City, and Mrs. Mac Miller, of Algona, spent last week AVcdnesday at 0. L. Miller's. Mrs. Potter went to Jewell Friday to visit other relatives. James Hudson, CCC worker at Forest City, visited here Sunday. He may be sent to a camp out of the state. Mrs. M. G. Parsons has been seriously ill with summer flu, and Mrs. A. Jordan has also been sick. Ray Wickwlre, in CCC camp at Forest City, has recovered,from a severe case of poison ivy. Portland attending a state convention of rural mail carriers and the auxiliary. Mrs. Blanchard went to Sutherland, visiting her daughter Mrs. John Sones, and Vera went on to Aurelia, visiting Esther Nelson. They all returned Saturday, Beverly Jean Sones accompanied them here for a visit at J. M. Blanchard's. is a daughter of Frank Riebhoff. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Walter Powell, Grand Rapids, Mich., came a week ago Tuesday for a month with her sister, Mrs. Frank Bahling, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs Quenton Carey, Ames, visited from Wednesday to Friday with Mrs. Carey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Rubey. Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Thmopson went to Chicago Friday night, and •attended the World's fair. They returned Monday morning. The J. G. Sewicks, F. O. Stows, Geo. Grays and Mrs. Ida Anderson had a picnic dinner Sunday at J. O. Graham's at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. AVellington Stingley, Yukon, Okla., arrived Sunday to visit Mrs. Mary Steward the latter's sister. Maurice Thompson was seriously 111 Saturday night with an obstruction of the bowels. He is better at present. G. P. Hawcott and Ed. Thaves attended the state baseball tournament at Rockwell City Wednesday. JLorene and Lavina Jandl spent last week with their aunt, Mrs, Floyd Bilsborough, at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ziegler and daughter Elmore, Minn., spent Sunday at Ernil Leeck's. Thelma Westberg, Des Moines, and a friend from Iowa City, are Visiting Marilda Pratt. _ Mr. Banner, who lias been work- Ing on the section here, has been transferred to Fenton. Mrs. Ruth Spooner Pike, and son, 'a former Burt teacher, is visiting at W. T. Kennedy's. Verna Stewart visited from .Thursday to Monday with friends at Cedar Falls. Mrs. Harry Lewis and daughter, Algona, visited Mrs. Louisa Thomp- Eon Saturday. Marilyn Boettcher had her aed- aoids and tonsils removed last ^Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baas are parents of a daughter born Monday morning. Leona Neitzel is visiting her uncle, B. H. Marlow, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Rubey visited friends at the Okobojis Sunday. A. J. Xoeland visited at Swea 'City Sunday overling. Viola Trenary had her tonsils removed Friday. Birthday Honored at Picnic— The R. T. Angus family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer, Lois Whitehall, John McNeil and Evelyn Cruikshank, of Algona, and the Delmar Angus family, Algona held a picnic Sunday at the Call state park honoring Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer's birthday anniversary. Hoy's Birthday Is Honored— Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sanders entertained Saturday in honor of their son Glenn's fifth birthday. Attending were Mrs. Claus Helmke, daughter Eva. Mrs. R. M. Goestch and Mrs. A. M. Goetsch, all of Renwick, and Mrs. Peter Helmke, of Des Moines. Flaig's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lewis, Oskaloosa, returned Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Helgason, son Windell and wife, of Wallingford, were last week Tuesday guests at Frederick Schultz's. Dorothy Macumber, student at Fort Dodge business schools, spent from Thursday till Sunday at the parental Macumber's. Mrs. Glenn Sharp and daughters, Mrs. Alex Krueger, and Mrs. John Dempsey, of Fenton, spent Saturday in Emmetsburg. The Ernest Petersons and Mary Radig, Pasadena, Calif., were last week Wednesdoy evening guests at R. L. Padgett's. The Andrew Thomsons were Sunday guests at Knud Thomson's Ringsted, honoring Mrs. Thomson's 69th birthday. Glenn Leeper, who has been o Ms Job at Fort Collins- Florence Black, who left here for 'ort Collins, Colo., June 7, has >een employed there by the Excel- ior cosmetic company. She has aken a course in beauty culture nd gives facials along with her itlrer work. She will remain indefinitely, and will visit in Cali- ornia before returning to Iowa. cliool Bids to Be Opened— Another meeting of the school oard will be held this Tuesday light to receive and open sealed bids for the building of the addi- ion on the schoolhouse. It is understood that four Algona contrac- ors have put in bids for the work, Work on the building will be started immediately. Sexton is Defeated 8-C— The Irvington ball team defeated 3exton 8-6 Sunday at the Lu Verne diamond. Fay Gress, of the [rvington team, relief pitched in :he last five of an 11-inning game. Irvington will play West Bend here next Sunday. Sharps Sfove to Dayton— G. A. Sharps moved household goods to Dayton last week Wednesday, and left Friday for their new home. August Nelson, Seneci, is op- orating a grocery store in the building previously occupied by the Sharps. Thrw- f'inirers Crushed. Burt, AUK. 7—P. A. Looft had three- fiageri quite badly crushed, he caught his hand in the ele- chain at L. D. Hodgson's o^e day last week. Girl's Hand Badly Cut— Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Emil Kraft, had the misfortune to fall on (he cement while carrying a glass tumbler one day last week The broken glass badly cut hei left hand. Two Ifavo Poison Ivy— AVilliam Leeper and Alton Pettit, county employees, are suffering with severe cases of poison ivy, Other Lone Bock. Lucile Genrich spent from Thursday till Saturday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, Irvington. Saturday, Mrs. Blanchard, and son Edward, and Tommy Long, drove here, Mrs. Edward Blanchard and children, who have been visiting at Albert Thompson's, returning with them. Week-end guests at R. I. Simpson's were the Rev. Willard Bell, Oto, the Rev. C. L. Liming family. Aurelia, George Liming, Adair, and Juy Liming, Milford, O. The Rey. and George Liming are brothers of Mrs. Simpson. Charles Simpson accompanied George home for a visit. Mrs. Walter Paulson and children, of Downey, spent the week-end at E. W. Jensen's. Mrs. Paulson is a sister of Mr. Jensen. Sunday they drove to Eldora, and Mr. Jensen's larents, from Iowa City, joined .hem there for a picnic at the state park. Mrs. Margaret Davidson, Mason ?ity, came Monday to visit at L. R. Roderick's and Robert Dransfeldt's. Urs. Mary Roderick, who has been lere for some time, returned to Mason City last Thursday, the L. Rodericks taking her. Mr. and Mrs. A. Stolls, of Ames, spent from last week Tuesday till Thursday with their daughter Mrs. Andrew Thornesen. Mr. Thornesen and Victor Rogers made a business rip to Sioux City last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kuhn and Helen Kuhn, of Algcna, drove to lumboldt Sunday. Mrs. Frank Culm's daughter, Mrs. Genevieve jtubbs, of Des Moines, accompan- ed them here for a week's visit. Henry Kniss, Lanark, 111., who has been visiting at Conrad Rahn's returned Sunday from the Estherville hospital, where he has been the past week for medical attention. Mrs. A. W. Lampe and daughter, of Ventura, spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Long. They spent Thurs- . lowt ' week patient at the hospital in City, returned home last Wednesday. R. L. Padgett is laying brick in Algona. Friday his family acompan- ied him to Algona, visiting at Wil Delmert's. The Fred Rath and Ralph HuV bert families enjoyed a picnic a the Call state park in Algona Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. R'ce spen Saturday and Sunday in Hampton visiting Mrs. Rice's sister Editl Hoxie. Mrs. Myrle Milligan, Algona spent the week-end at the Rev. S M. Gladstone's and A. A. Krueg er's. Mohter's club will meet nex Wednesday with Mrs. J. M. Blan chard, Mrs. W. G. Flaig assisting Mrs. S. M. Gladstone and daugh ter, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, returnee last Thursday from Salem, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Will Leeper and the Harry Rahns had a picnic a Iowa Lake Sunday. The Ralph Heflers, of Granada, Minn., were Sunday guests at Harry Hobson's. Algonians to Aid in District Meet Dr. C. R. Schaap, R. J. Harrington, and Dr. A. D. Adams have been named as committee of the local Kiwanis club to prepare a 15- minute program for a Nebraska- Iowa district Kiwanis meeting, at Fort Dodge next month. The Algona program will be given at a banquet. The Algona club of some 40 members plans to attend the convention 100 per cent. Vcrna Stewart spent the weekend at Cedar Falls and Washington, la., visiting friends. Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee has been sick with intestinal flu. Her mother, Mrs. John Dittmer, and daughter Josephine have been caring for her. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fairbanks, Mr. and Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Owen, Mr. nacl Mrs. W. E. Grover, Mrs. Verald Smith, her two children, Marie Grover, and Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Wallace had a family picnic at the Ambrose A. Call park Sunday. Mrs. AV. Wagner, Decorah, came Monday for a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Mann. Bernice Larson has been chosen 4-H health by the Portland club, and will enter a county health contest. Lois Mann was second. The Portland 4-H club held an W.F.IUAT WESLEY GIVES GUEST PARTY Wesley, Aug. 8—A mooting of the Methodist W. F. M. S. at the ohurch Friday afternoon was well attended. Each member had been requested to bring a friend. The program honored new members. Mrs. E. Goodnow led devotions; the lesson, two chapters of Eastern Women Today and Tomorrow, had been reviewed by Mrs. Diekmann, and her paper was read by Mrs. Thoron Hanson. The Mesdames I. C. McNulty and John Mullins sang a duet'; There's a Stranger at the Door was rendered by a quartet consisting of the Mesdames Lawrence Hanson, I. C. McNulty, John Mullins and Carl Hnnsen. Mrs. Amesbury read an article illuminating and explaining the Lord's Prayer, Mrs. Phillips recited a poein, Service, from The Woman's Missionary Friend. Mystery Box questions were answered. Mrs. Amesbury, vice president, presided. The hostesses, Mrs. Carl Hanson and her daughter, Mrs. Gordon C. Giddings, served lunch In the basement. Bailed straw Is selling at $6 per ton and alfalfa hay at $13 per ton. Mr. Roney owns a large sheep ranch near Roswell. Just now he To Resume Church Services— After two weeks vacation church services will be resumed Sunday ai the usual hours. ^ The K. P. Roneys, A. McLeans and Mrs. Mae Grobe enjoyed a picnic with the Henry Lofings, of Mason City, at the East park there Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bal lard, Redwood Falls, Minn., and Virginia Ramus, of Lu Verne, have been recent guests of Mrs. Charles Sankey. Th.e Charles Armstrongs Livermore, and John Riley were Sunday visitors at Roy Hicklin's a Woden. Mrs. Kate Doege, and Mrs Rose Lopor, of Algona, called a week ago Tuesday at Mrs. Franl Ditsworth's and Jake Maasdam's where they visited Mrs. Allan Bui- bank. Mrs. Wilford Colemau spen several days last week with hoi aunt, Mrs. Frank Ditsworth. Thi Seward Thorntons were Sunda; visitors at Emmetsburg. Eunici Thompson and Merrill Parson: spent Sunday at M. G. Parsons'. Mrs. Lew Schichtl recently on tertained at dinner Mrs. H. C. Jo haiisen Jr., Mrs. J. F. Cook, Mrs. M L. Dutton, Mrs. Milton Pierce, Ha zel and Donna Jean Dutton, Mrs C. W. Green and son Lloyd, all o Algona. Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Far rell, Mason City, spent Friday nigh with the Lew Schichtls. They are former Algonians. Recent guests at Henry Schepp man's have been A. P. Pigman, son Glen, and Glen's daughter Ethel and Allie Anderson, all of Round Lake, Minn. Mrs. August Schepp man, of Lakefield, Minn., Mrs. Ben Manis, daughter, and her husband Hammond, Ind., and Mrs. Henry Sander and daughter, of Wes Bend. Mrs. Richard Leigh has been entertaining her mother, Mrs. Estella Cady, her brother, Dumont, and her niece, Maralee Smith, all of Independence. They arrived last Thursday and remained till Monday. John Mcllhattin, of Lanark, 111. who has been with his sister, Mrs Sam Reaper, here for several AKRE'S "Mandalay" Minnesota Flour, is real good flour $1.98 "Omega" fancy Flour, the best for making all kinds of cakes, comes in 5 Ib. packages ___ 39c Upside down cake pan FREE with each package. Baby Stuart Marshmallows, 1-2 Ib. packages ____ lOc Cottage Cheese, a pound for ___________________ I5c Ten ounce tall glass _________________________ I2c Campbell's Soups, 2 new numbers, noodle and cream of mushrooms _____________________ Veal Loaf, very good,, 7-oz. tin _______________ 15c See our Jellies and Jams, Relishes, Pickles, and Olives. Green or black or blended teas are good and the very best is our Pure Quill and Crest Coffees. Try them once and be convinced. Step In at AKRE'S Phones 29 and 291 113 South Dodge St. ome last week Tuesday. Miss ring, H. D. A., helped the girls 1th demonstrations. Mr. ami Mrs. Earle Bellinger ame from Cedar Rapids Saturday o visit their son Charles, who is i Earl ShiplerSs, and Sunday the ellingers, the Russell and James hiplers, the Samuel Shiplers, Laota, the Ralph Shiplers, Algona, nd Ora Simmons, Swea City, had a amily picnic at Earl Shipler's. J. Primising spent last week Vednesday at W. J. Stewart's. He ame for his son Eugene, who had worked at W. T.'s two weeks. Edward Stewart and J. P. Trunk- ill drove to Rockwell City last 'hursday to attend a Legion ball ame. Mr. and Mrs. W. Zimmerman, Al- Lolcota Child Buried Here- Howard, little son of Mr. and Mrs. James Walker, Lakota, who was killed by falling under a wagon-load of grain Friday, was buried in the Joe Johnson lot in Evergreen cemetery here Sunday afternoon. Funeral services, conducted by the Rev. Harold Fletcher, La- kola, were held at the Methodist church here. Many relatives and connections of both parents attend- ied, also local friends. Mrs. Walker was formerly Dorothy Johnson, and is well known here. Howard was one of a family of six. The other five children and the parents survive. He was but little past four years of age, having been born at ing Maulck. from Brltt. Both groups como H. S, Airimiil Will Mcet- The Wesley high school alumni association will hold Its annual meeting on the public school grounds Sunday, August 12, beginning at 2 p. in. Picnic oupper will be serve*d. Wllllnm Eden'still low— William Eden, whose serious sickness was reported last week, is only slightly Improved. Other Wesley News. Among persons attending funeral services for little Howard Walker Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Giddings, Burt, their daughter Kola, and mother, Mrs. Matilda Ward. They afterward called on local relatives. Mrs. Ward is visiting her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Wm. Fisher, Algona. Mrs. Gray, Spartonsburg, South Carolina, who was in this vicinity on business, called upon Mr. and Mrs. Guy M. Butts Sunday. The group drove to the Renwick park nnd met the Rowley family, friends of Mrs. Gray from Fort Dodge; all ate picnic dinner in the park. Mrs. Hubert D. Grain, St. Louis, who had visited her parents, the E. Goodnows, went last week to Mason City for a few days with her brother, Earl Goodnow. From there she was to return home. She was accompanied by her three-year-old AUGUST '» Joan T,CO he Jorge,, s , ; nn 'niorrtonoi sponsored' . Ihoran C , , mid son came Mondny f,,,. Karl's paroiiiH i works f () a week's The Mend; "ion Lease, 'lay to ]IP||, tor, Mrs. ' Hi resiling, RUSSCII ]. flay from ci "• group of •Misan Walk awson er, returned < Mrs. Wednesday; assist. Gene Spun; an cxlcndpd Parents, Mr. nor. The RPV of St. JOKOII town this Kvorly, | ' w ith'hi. and M rSi Gcorje I Fred Arnle lout , ing on Wednesday. derson, Alg r '-'"«l 8 hero i guests at Paul day even i ngi Corwith May 21, 1930. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson, Alden, the paternal, Mr. and Mrs. "Win. Fisher, Algona, cafe proprietors. Methodist Honrtl to Meet— An important meeting of the Methodist official board is called for this week Thursday evening. 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