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KOeSUTH COUNTY ADTANCB. ALQONA. IOWA ... r t^ : ; ;^M£:vf*«^ ,/ '- \ , . , '^'f$\ HAS HARVEST HOME PROGRAM Lakota, Nov. 22—Ledyard township's Farm Bureau sponsored the annual .Harvest HotaD service at Four Weddings This IVeck— Mabel Arlene, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Zeigler, Algona, and the Presbyterian church Sunday James E., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- evening with the following pro-j ward Fickbohm, Whittemore, were gram: song, audience; vocal solo, j married Tuesday morning at the Near to the Heart of God, Jerry i Catholic rectory, Whittemore, the Ukena; scripture and prayer, thoi^fj'..^ 1 ^'..^ 611 . l lerfovmit »S a sin- Rev. Mr. Buthman, new Algona district superintendent, who also gave the Thanksgiving address; vocal duet, Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht and a tea.-blue, ! street-length dress, with wine ac- i cessories. ; her sister She was attended Myrna, also attired oy beth Ashing, Mrs. Iris Worster assisting. Sliakespeftro Clubs Elect— Algona's three Junior Shakespeare clubs elected officers Saturday at the home of their sponsor, Mrs. E. A. Genrich. The Intermediate grades elected Anna. Mae Hockey, president; Kenneth Brown vice; Frances Bunting, secretary; Eula Mae Sharp, assistant. The seventh grades elected Bet- man owns the Eagle Iron Works of which Clalr ia sales manager. It Wasn't » "Soup" Dinner— • Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Neville en* tertatned Mr. and Mrs. ft. E. Hist, Mr. and Mrs, T, H. Holmes, and Doctor Janse Friday evening at what the guests had Understood would be a "soup dinner" but 1 turned out to be a turkey dinner with all trimmings. Jimmy, It la understood, fell from grace and a- In jty Ann Sharp president; — — — -T — •«. --•• -.*« uui.ik.j.i.vsvx*ii, tii.iv* , - .. - ' — —- — •**« ..»j - v —--• ~m*i jj j^n GOIUCUL i Jcixiruill Jerry Heetland; song, choir. A' teal-blue but with black accessor- j Padgett, vice; Floyd Sawyer sec- ..nntr.! I*™,,- , . i__ ^,_ _ i ' es - Both wore shoulder r.araneaa refnrv. Tha a)o-i,*i, „.„,,< '_« social hour was spent in the church dining room following thei wore shoulder corsages service, and the project served cake and coffee. Attends Funeral of Niece— Maurice Fickbohm, Whittemore , women; brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Following the ceremony j pclock dinner was served to 11 •* *• IT ._, . " ••"•-• i w«. \,\j LUG •"•Ji -liCQUlLL. 1 MR Mrs. Henry Patterson returned a! immediate families at the home of group, .rneta at 10 a week ago Monday from Sebeka.lthe bride's parents at Algona e ° ( j!* l 'i up ^ m . et8 at 10 a Minn., where she went the preced-i the newlyweds then left for a ing Friday to attend the funeral of | week's honeymoon trip to St her niece, Gladys, 13-year-old i Louis, where they are visitine rinlltrlltnt' r\F li n« V... n J.V. .... m , i t f*i aln,* -,P it i_ 11 . ** daughter of her brother 'Everett! sister of the bride, Mrs Arthur Doreubush, who died at the ,Wes-! Galnes. ' J ley hospital in Wadeim November j The bride is a 1937 graduate of' 9 of a heart ailment after an ill-' the Algona high school and the ness of two weeks. Gladys was bridegroom i s a 1931 graduate of the only daughter, and besides her j the New Hampton high school. Mr. retary. The eighth graders chose Jahue Hardgrove for president; Douglas Brown, vice}' Meredith Rnney, secretary. The clubs are studying Beautl- „ ful Stories from Shakespeare, by the JE. Nesbitt. The intermediate group, ^me'ts at 10 a. m. every Sat urday; the seventh and eighth groups,, on alternate Saturdays fo ft 5:30 covered-dish supper. Al meetitlgs are held at Mrs. Gen baivdoned his "soup"dlet In sion. recent well knoAVn honor of tho occa- The couple will be'sary. Following were seated Ervin, eral services were held at the ] at home for a time with''the 'brioV Paddock Bethle Lutheran Free Parents. unaes church with the pastor, the Rev. Carl Berg officiating. The Dorenbush family are former residents of this community, of which Everett is a member. Other sisters attending the funeral were Mrs. John Alberts, Swea City. Mrs. Maggie, Dorenbush, Mrs. J. W. Smith, and < Mrs. Rose Schleifer, all of Buffalo] Center; and a brothr, John Dorenbush and his wife, of Elmore. Girl's Birthday Celebrated- Mrs. D. E. Dewel entertained from 4 o'clock till 6:30 Friday af honor of her daughter F. B. Meeting i s Held— Ledyard township's general Farm DEVINE-McNALLY. Kathryn Maxine, daughter of Mr and Mrs. James F. Devine, Algona and Francis D. McNally, son of Mr aud Mrs. W. P. McNally, Emmetsburg, were married Wednesday r ,-.,„ at gt Cecella , s church . _ , The couple was attendee by Bernice Devine, Algona, sister OL the bride, and Gerald McNally Emmetsburg, brother of the bridegroom. Betty Kohlhaas sang three solos. --- .,..--. i u ,, i. ji.i^j 0 fcciieiui I'UlIll rtAl-, u • j Bureau jueeting was held at Chas „ „„ e , Dride wore a Venice-blue ' Wlth black accessories Gutknecht's Friday evening with n good-sized crowd present. The meeting was opened by group singing, followed by prayer by the Rev. Carl Hammer. C. H. Van Vlack. of Ames, specialist in installing water systems in farm „ „„ P and a shoulder corsage of pink sweet peas and sweetheart roses. The bridesmaid was attired plum-colored crepe dress, black accessories, and corsage of white sweet 0 ..^ t ^i «J^utiAiO 111 Icll 111 „!,«« 1 * --•--« ^ homes, gave a talk on ways and sa ™°n-c?lored carnations. in with wore a peas and me«.n s and gave information to all questioners. A short play, Thank- flu at Last, was given by some the project women. Virgil Wir....... played Stars and Stripes Forever on the piano. The losing side of the recent spelling contest served an oyster supped to the crowd. Society is Entertained— Mesdames William Schroeder and J. A. Bargar were hostesses to the Presbyterian Missionary society at Mrs. Schroeder's Friday afternoon. The meeting opened with group singing. Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht had charge of devotions. Mrs. H. Bert Ley (Marion Wheeler) sang a solo, Just for Today. Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht gave a mon- Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the n by some of ? nd .^ e P arcn te f or the immediate Virgil Wirtjes ^ nmllles - and the couple then left Cousin Martha's Thanks- Mrs. Jerry Heetlaud gave ologue, giving. an interesting talk on the study- book, Rebuilding Rural America. The meeting was closed with group singing. Home from Eastern Trip— Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schissel returned Thursday evening from a trip to Pittsburgh, Pa., where they visited Mr. Schissel's youngest sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hendry. They were accompanied on the trip by Mr. Schissel's mother, Mrs. J. P. Schissel, and daughter Collette, Minneapolis. Several stops were made, both going and coming home, to visit other relatives. At Bloomington, 111., they visited Mrs. J. P. Schissel's mother, Mrs. Mary Haage, 84 years old, who is in a hospital there. Spend Holiday in Chicago— Ellen Hammer, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Carl Hammer and two friends, joy Macusson and Mrs. C. Harrison, all of Sioux City, came Sunday morning, and the Hammers accompanied them to Chicago to spend Thanksgiving with other children. The Hammers two sons and a daughter in for a short wedding trip, after which they will be at home at Emmetsburg. The bride is a graduate of the Algona high school and for the last few years has taught Koseuth rural schools. She will continue to teach her present school in Cresco township till spring. The bridegroom i s a graduate of the Hmmetsburg high school and is employed at .Waldron's Cafe, Em- games, the guests . at a long table centered with a unique birthday cake made by the honoree's great-aunt Mrs. B. A. Thorpe, in the form of the house of the Seven. Dwarfs "Snow White" stood in a doorway and the "dwarfs" stood in front of the house. The "house" had a cracker root cracker-jack slides, candy windows, etc. Guests at the party were 15 iris: Charlene and Ruth Ann Clement, Marjorie Eason, Muriel Burgess, Ann Stillman, Rosalie Hal- Pin. Jean Thorpe, Nancy, Joan, and Sue Hutchison, Barbara Beck, Lois Barnard, Dorothy Nichols, Merilyn Tuttle and Virginia Scanlan. Safety Meeting Tomorrow Night— The Union Alethean * 4-H girls club Is sponsoring a highway safety community meeting for tornor- •ow (Friday) evening at the Good New Cookbook is Ready— A handsome Methodist loose- loaf and ring-binder cook book carrying some 500 recipes contributed by women of the church, will be on sale next'week at 50c a copy. Customers are to place orders with Mrs. S. W. Meyer. The books have blue and red covers and can be used as Chrlsmos gifts. The Advance shop did the printing. Algonn Girl "Sweet Sixteen"— Jeanette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sterling, was taken by surprise on her 16'th birthday Tuesday, when five of her friends arrived for 6: ; 30 dinner and the evening. They were .Dorothy Dailey, Marilyn Fuller, Mary Jane Naville, Margaret Beardsley, and Botty Scanlan. Jeanette is a sophomore in high school. Shower for the "Sisters"— Se. Cecelia" Academy students gave a surprise food shower for the Presentation Sisters Monday evening at the academy! The seniors had charge, and the evening was spent at BuHco, followed by refreshments. The teachers received a large asosrtment of food products. Thanks Party at Church— ' A Thanksgiving party was glv- m Tuesday evening at the Pres- >yterian church, with Mrs. Edw. Sheehan, Mrs. R. H. Guderian, MRS.KALLESTAD, LEO YARD, IS 83; EVENT OBSERVED Nov.' 22—Mrs. Anna celebrated her. 83rd Ledyard, Kallestad birthday on November 16 at her daughter, .Mrs. Edw. T. Halyer- soh's. It was also the birthday of TO REMODEL LIVEBMOBE Ltvermore, Nov. ,2-— Following tho fire that ruined the: seven-room apartment at the Rock Island station last Week Tuesday the corn- pany sent representatives to In- Mrs. Kallestad's grandson, Le Mar| 8 p e ot the building, and It was de- Wangen, Albert Lea. Some 62 rel- elded to rebuild and reflnish the atlves and friends gathered to interior. celebrate the occasions: Sigurd This wns gratifying for Agent H. Thompson, Mrs. Martin Kallestad, L. nnd Mrs. Swanson, who had Mrs. Lennls Quam,. Mrs. Albert; lived at the apartment 23 years. Hope church. A speaker has been secured rom the state highway patrol, and he will discuss safety on the high- vays and show pictures relating to afe driving. Mrs. Ruth Seaton-Hicks, home emonsfration agent, will talk on community asset, program will be metsburg. PAETZ-VENTEICHER. Gladys, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Paetz, Algona, and Cyril, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Venteicher, Osage, were married this (Thanksgiving) morning at St. Cecelia's church, Algona. The Rev Father Mallinger officiated in a single-ring ceremony. Aline Martinek, Waterloo teacher, played the wedding march. The bride was attired in a white tnffeta, floor-length gown, with finger-tip veil, and she carried a prayer book. Doris Paetz, Algona, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid, and she wore a rose-taffeta floor- length gown, with a corsage of violets. Leon Venteicher, Osage, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Following the ceremony, a wedding breakfast was served to 16 guests at the home of the bride's parents, and the newlyweds then left for a short wedding trip. The bride, a 1929 graduate the Algona high school, will of con- have •Chicago and suburbs whom have not seen for more year. tinue duties this winter as cashier and bookkeeper at the S. & L. store. The bridegroom farms near Wesley. LICKTEIG-WALDSCHMIDT. Tuesday morning at St. Joseph's church, Wesley, Edna Mae, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lickteig, and Elliott, second son of he clubs as a nd there will be other umbers. No admission charged. The girls will oclve a lunch at a small charge and will sell homemade candy to raise funds for club work. Announcement Party. Given- Mrs. B. A. Thorpe and Mildred Rich, the latter of the W. C. Dewel home, were at Maxwell Saturday and Sunday and attended an announcement party at Geo. G. toes Saturday for Elinor Ann Cole who will be married December 28 to J. Maurice Christy, of Maxwell. There were 24 guests some from Des Moines, where the bride-elect is employed, others from Maxwell. The couple will live at New Providence, where the bride-groom has a Smith-Hughes agricultural teaching job. The Coles formerly lived here. IVn-tan.yans In Benefit Party— The Wa-Tan-Ye club gave a benefit bingo party Tuesday evening at Laura Mitchell's, 30 members Ind guests attending. Assisting hostesses were Flora Tiss, Elva Ewoldt, and Bertha E. Johnson. Christine -Wernert, club guest, won a door prize; Anna Buss, a lucky chair prize. A two-course luncheon was served late in the evening At a short business meeting arrangements were made to give and Jean Murtagh in charge. The ittendance was some 75 at 6:30 dinner. The Rev. C. W. Pfeiffe.- jave a reading, followed by a short m hanksgiving message. Small Party Honors Birthday— •Mrs. John Jordan entertained at small dinner party Friday even- ng in honor of her son Johnny vho was seven years old. Guests fere Gary Waldron, Dale Collins, Jerry Good, and Donald Bjustrom. Party for Mrs. Tan HOTCH— Mrs. Alwta Huenhold entertained at a party Tuesday honoring hostesses were Egeness, Mrs. Adls Engumm, Alnia Nesge, Hanna \febeg, Iver Amundson, Mrs. Peter Pederaon, Martin Amundson, Mrs. Adolph Monson, Mrs. Moris Hanson, and Mr. ttnd Mrs. Eddie Amundson, all of Frost, Minn.; Mrs. Emma Olson, the Rev. Mr. Tufte, Mrs. Amund Halvorson, Mrs. Mabel Bengseter, and Mrs. Edward Monson, all of Bricelyn, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Weber, ler granddaughter, Mrs. Martin rlalverson, Mrs. Margaret Clark, ler son, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Wan- fen, and'a son, all of Albert Lea; Urs. Luellia Johnson, Guckeen, Minn.; the Rev. Mr. (illegible), tfrs. Otis Mldthune, and Mrs. Carl Jalverson, Elmore; Mrs. C. C. Er- lahl, Rake; Mrs. .Lawrence Pingle, Wr. and Mrs. George Looft, the Chester Johnsons, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pingle, the Charles Basharas, Rose Munyer, the Harold Gran- ners, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Mayer, and Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Storey, all of Ledyard. Coast Guests Tlsit Here- Mr, and Mrs. Roy Ward, San Bernardino, Calif., arrived last Work commenced Saturday, when Edw. Malkmus and Arthur Reeves, local men, started clearing away the debris, scraping walls, etc. Division Superintendent C. C. Cunningham, Cedar Rftpids, made personal inspection, and other railroad representatives who carte were P. E. Strate, master mechan-r ic; John Panzer, electrician. Railroad crews were ordered here to rush the work. John Wonderly & Son have the contract for lathing and plaster- Ing; Don White, interior decorating; and Bert Brown has put the lighting system in temporary order, awaiting arrival of the company crew. week Thursday to visit relatives and old, friends. Mrs. Ward was Margaret Zielske. To greet the visitors there was a gathering Sunday at Richard Zielske'e, and attending were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jackson, Spirit Lake, the Walter Wruckes, and Irma Oldenberg, of Mankato, the Raymon Wilcoxes, of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Oldenberg, Elmore, the Alfred and Arthur Zielskes, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Mayne, the Carl Zielskes, Mrs. Paul Zielske, and the letter's family. Mr. and Mrs. Ward left on their return trip Sunday evening, and Mrs. Richard Zielske accompanied them for the winter in California. Sunday Guests Entertained— Sunday dinner guests at Albert L. F. Rice, Robert Gill, and Frank Shilts. Twenty women attended. Date Reserved for Dinner— The Good Hope Aid will hold its annual bazaar and serve dinner at the Legion hall Saturday, December 10. ' Other Society. Mrs. Elmer Phillips entertained the Aces High bridge club last week Wednesday at two tables. Mrs. Frank Vera won high; Mrs. Roy Wooldridge was second; ~and Mrs. Phillips won travel. This is re-organized club which formerly was called Easy Aces. Mrs. John Dreesman entertained the Bridgette club at a one o'clock luncheon last week Tuesday. Two tables were in Mrs. Two tables were George Stewart Flood, Hubbard; August Klepke, Eldora; the Leroy Thilges family, Bode; Mrs. Theresa Hammer and the John 1 Hammers, Irvington; Mrs. Weaver and Mel Abbas, Buffalo Center; Oran Abbas, Tltonka; Leonard Manthei, Blue Earth- the Arthur Brandts and the John Man- theis, Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Nitz and John Matzener were Sunday evening supper guests of the John Heetlands. Birthday Surprise Party Given— Mrs. Charles Bashara was taken by surprise Friday evening, when friends arrived to help celebrate a birthday. The guests were the E T. Halversons, Dr. and Mrs. B A Storey, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nitz, daughter Joyce, the Chester Johnsons, Fred Munyer, Eleanor Sand- high; Mrs. Theo Larson, The club will meet next at Mrs. J. W. Little's. play,' ers ' and Edwin Munyer. California Tisltor Comes second. | Mrs. till Sunday at Hawthorne, Bash- than Attend a t Hurt— Mesdames George Heetland, Jerry Ukena, and I. E. Wortman, aud iMnm Thaves droves to Burt Fri- thev 1< -' VLC '* ; ' « I1U -uiiiiot , - n I Mr. and Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt, were married by the Rev. Father A. J. Wagener, who read the nuptial high mass in a single-ring ceremony. The bride was attired in whlta satin, with slippers to match, and ...__, — ^, , ^^j tt _, JUJUIIL i' i 1— | t'-» «••*»! ii i m. (311^1 j (lay noon to attend the Presbyter- j veil with train. She carried Jan bazaar and dinner. Emma' 1 --i naves intended to call yel- on her , - ..w <,M.JJ. un llGi brother^ Gus Thaves, but found he to Iowa City for treat- had gone mem. Lakotans Move to Oelwein— Lickteig, low roses. Anasta'sia sister of the bride, was maid of aqua Thanksgiving basket Algona family. to a needy Tuesday evening at ^Tua^^, 5£*^^ ££*%? and nor P-IIOQT TWV.O t^««-i Trt_i_» *.*w**s. and her guest, Mrs. Fred Erickson, I Minneapolis. The Birthday club met yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Andrew Godfredson, the occasion being her birthday. There are eight mem- Shower for Wesley Bride— Lorraine Garman, Wesley, was honoree at a miscellaneous shower Saturday at a Wesley lodge hall and some 100 women attended and presented the bride-to-be with iSSoh gi ™ c o rds was followed »v unch. Miss Garman was married PMIH Wednesday morning to of and ^s,^^~°d=:-L -TM honor and wore a dress of „, blue, with silver slippers and ^ flower in her hair. She carried Pink carnations and white chrysanthemums. Luella Waldschmidt, to to make their home. The have been residents of this vicinity tor many years. Their sous Walter, Eldon, and Loren, and daughter -Mrs. Harry Blome, live here, aud a son in Oelwein. Son fur IMiirliii Slaters— A sqn was born to Mr. and Mrs Marliu Slater at their home south of town. Mr. Slater's sister, Mrs ° - . The couple will gi re P-H , ing dance at Sex ^°u Friday night in conjunction with tho Paetz - Venteicher wedding ° Four Sisters Get Together— A Miss Olson, of Park Rapids, .Minn., spent a week ago Friday to Sunday at Doctor B. A. Storey's . | nd Florence Olson and the H. H! •t^ ^ £ honoree was presented jSerslands, Decorah, was there that with handkerchiefs. Saturday and Sunday.. The threa The Birthday club met Tuesday evening at D. D. Paxson's and honored the birthday of Mrs." D. P Smith, who was presented with gifts. At bridge Mrs. M. G. Norton won high; * Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Roland entertained their bridge club last week Tuesday evening. Mr. Mrs. W. C. McDougall won high for i men and women; Mrs. Helberg was Sunday.. The three women are Mrs. 'Storey's sisters. Aunt of Mrs. Frye Dies— Mrs. C. G. .Frye received word Friday of the death of an aunt Belle Ogilvie, Pilot Grove, Minn' The funeral was held Sunday. Mr' and Mrs. Frye, Mr. and Mrs. Roband the Max Nitzes McEntaffcrs to Elgin, Ill- Mr, and Mrs. Delmar McEntaffer left Saturday for Elgin, 111., where both accepted former positions. Mrs. McEntaffer at the Elgin watch factory, Mr. McEntaffer In the shoe department of a J. C. Penney store. They had spent a few weeks with Mrs. McEntaffer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tillson. Mr. McEntaf- fer recently closed a season of engagements with .an orchestra. Junior Play Draws Crowds- Credit is due Alvin Bredall and his cast of 20 characters who presented a junior play here Friday and Saturday nights, Everybody's Getting Married. The performance drew a large audience both night.?; Shower for Recent llride— Invitations have been Issued for a shower at the town evening for a recent „.., Pauline Lentsch-Jennings. Goes to Rochester, N. ¥.— Mrs W. F. Johnson leaves this week Tuesday for Rochester, N Y to care for a sister who Is in pool- health. Other Llvermore News. Mr. and Mrs. James Elder drove to Swea City Sunday and there Picked up their daughter Irene, who had been spending a few days ^, h fr !l nds * n , d ^tended a junior music conduc EXPRESS RADIOROA j^wEl^flRHIIHi^fck. ££2£^£>{JSi]t •liMHlrENii hall Friday bride, Mrs. *"*-"• , O , ""'•• • . Jmi owa coodntfct € BEFORE NOB 1 CHIMB Phone 170 $09.95 Radio & Milton Dahl ENIT p av - Elders were residents of that place when Mr. Elder was manager of an elevator there Mrs Arthur Trauger, Lu Verne, was here Sunday, guest at W. M Smiths. . Mrs. Trauger i s coatein- Watson - RUPTUR SHIELD EXPERT HERE H. M. SHEVJFAN, widely known tt 1 w"^' 0 ' ViU I^onrtly the 1>ahkonsa Hotej, port Wednesday and 11,'ursday f r,"' b " nd u a. i is a C p. says: The tremendous improve- ment over all former methods, effecting immediate the strengthens the weakened closes the openina lays on the average case?!egara" 2* °L h «"*»'ttas, straining? or anrt' ert a ? d attended. low. dance. Laird Family in Get-Together— week Wprinc«riav i ~"f •, """csjuum, wa .s me ThI b " desmald and w °''e salmon pink, i " 1 -' -LJl Charles ICggerth, mother and baby, employed on the is caring Mr. Slater for is farm and son. Edw. Wirtjes they have one other Birthday is Observed- Peggy Grabau t celebrated her 13th birthday Friday with a luncheon for 12 girl friends, aud the evening was spent playing bingo with several prizes awarded. IValleutincs Have Sou — Mr. and Mrs. George Wallentine are parents of a 7%-lb. son, born at the Buffalo Center Thursday night. This first child. hospital is their Other Lakota News. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman and Mr. aud Mrs. Arthur Ogren were among those who attended the bazaar and chicken supper at the Ramsey Reformed church in German township Thursday evening. Supt. Earl Grabau and Doctor Geileafeldt drove to Ames Saturday to attend the Iowa State-Nebraska football game. The Emory Smiths spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bob Clemans at Titonka. with silver slippers. She carried pink carnations and white chrysanthemums. The bridegroom was attended by his brother Roland and the bribe's brother Dennis. A wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents. The newlyweds will live on a, farm four miles east of town* across the road from the Waldschmidts. Some 100 women attended a miscellaneous shower Sunday at the lodge hall for the bride, and after bingo, lunch was served. The bride-to-be received gifts. many Cresco M. & D. Announcement— In the Cresco Mothers & Daughters story in Saturday's Shopper it should have been said that the program published was given last week Wednesday at the club meeting instead of that it would be given at a party this week Friday evening. The request to know how many voted at the November election was of the club members instead of the women at the executive board meeting at Algona on November 12. The club will give the party this week Friday evening at the South Creeco community house for families and the young people of the surrounding community. The entertainment will be music, singing, games, etc. Members are to take sandwiches, a covered dish, and extras for their guests. Coffee will be served. The next club meeting will be on December 7 with Mrs,. Eliza- Mrs. Ella Laird is entertaining family at Thanksgiving din- he r ner today. Guests are Mr. and Mrs. led Aulman, d au g ht e r Ruth A State Legion Adjutant and Mrs. R H^ M ' d * ughter Lil ^a, and Mr! and Mrs. Clair Laird, all of Des Moines, and the C. E. Chubbs Alt , Aulmaa and are daughters, R. j. a nd Uair sons, of Mrs. Laird. Mr. Aul- 666 Liquid. Tablets Salve. Nose Drops relieves COLDS, FEVEB AOT) HEADACHES due to Colds . Mrs. Harry Hargreaves entertained the Hi-Low bridge club Tuesday evening at two tables. Mrs. Oscar Erickson was high, and Mrs. Lloyd Wellendprf was low Oldtlmers Here for Calls- Mr, and Mre. Henry Anderson, of Marshall, Minn., called on Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gelhaus, the J. H. Welfares, and Laureen Kesseler last week- Thursday. They once lived on the present Edw. Reece farm. Try «Kub.My.Tism,» a Wonderful Liniment. To buy Insurance, dothing. fuel, tumuhinga . . to wfiqoBJee TWIT oar, pay oii present contract, advance more money and reduce payment*. to pay overdue bills advanced on your own SJSPKI- tura and security. 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