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The Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 15,1934 LASTPRE-LENT CARD PARTY AT • ST. JOE IS HELD Mrs. Metzen, U. Lentsch, Mrs. Lenerts, Frank Bor mann Win Prizes SL Joe: The last card party before Lent In St. Joseph's hall was well attended Sunday evening. Five hundred was played at thirty tables with high prizes being awarded to Mrs. William Meteen and Urban Lentsch. BridRt 1 was played at fifteen tables with high prizes being awarded to Mrs. Owi-jre Lenertz and Frank Bormann. A door prize was awarded to Mrs. Joseph Mel- avin. Mrs. John Frlders. chairman of the serving committee, served lunch to about two hundred and twenty. Urban Lentsch spent Sunday in Liv- crmore with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kramer spent Lv^t Thursday at the Glarfnoe Kramer home. Rev. George Theoboki attended Ute funeral of MSKT O'Connell si SSo.« City Friday. The Friendly club is having their j monthly meeting this week Wednesday at the Anton Becker home. | Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kramer and children from near Algona were Sunday visitors at the Jim Reding home. The St. Joseph choir starts practicing Friday evening for Thirteen Hour Adoration and Easter services. Mary Fisch from near St. Benedict is attendntg the household duties at the Mrs. Frank Weydert home. Viola Mueller from Whlttemore spent last week at the John Friders home. She returned home Tuesday evening. Mrs. Charles Berte was taken to Fort Dodge Mertey hospital last Wednesday where she underwent a major operation. Quite a number from here attended the Naumann-Klocke wedding dance at the I. O. O. F. hall in Algona Tuesday evening. Bobble Reding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding of Whittemore, spent several days the past week at tlie John B. Reding home. A number from here attended a wed- j ding dance at the I. O. O. F. hall In Algona Mnoday evening in honor of, Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson. Mrs. Jcanette Cljevengw. working under the CWS school nursing service was in the St. Joseph school examining the school pupils last, week. Nicholas Wagner. Joseph Becker, Harold Friders and Lawrence Klrsch atended St. Michael's church bazaar at Whlttemore Wednesday evening. Mrs. Mike Peffer and two sons, Lawrence and Henry, from near Algona, were visitors last Wednesday morning nt the home of Mrs. Lucy Wagner. Franklin Wagner, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner, spent Wednesday night and Thursday at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and. Mrs. Fred TUg. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hlibert and son, Gordon, moved onto the farm with M.TB. Hubert's father, Henry OWUhecik- cr and will assist htm In running the place. Mr. and Mrs. Mike WcycVrt and their children and Nick Weydert from New Richland, Minn., returned to their home Thursday after several days in this vicinity. A farewell party was held Monday evening at the George Bormann home Tor John Reding who left Tuesday for his home In Dlckerlck. Luxemburg, after about eight months' visit with relatives. Congregational €hurch The circles of the Ladies Aid will meet Thursday afternoon, February 15. If in doubt as to the place where your circle meets, phone the chairman of your circle for the required information. The Day of Prayer will be observed •with a union meeting at the Presbyterian church Friday afternoon, Feb. 16th. Services for Sunday, Feb. 18th: The church school at 10 o'clock. Morning woifahlp wttto children's tafe at 11 o'clock. Sermon topic, 'The Worship of Mammon," Young people's meeting nt 7 o'clock. Fenton News Items Mrs. Paul Nemitz had the misfortune of breaking her right arm at the wrist by a fnll on the Ice Saturday. The Mesdnmps Ringsdorf. Graham, Holding and Leroy and William Boettcher of Burt attended a quilting party at the E. C. Wcisbrod home Saturday. Mr and Mrs. W. V. Yager entertained their bridfre club last Thursday evening. Mrs. O. H. Graham won high prize and .1. A Schwartz received the ]ovr. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesfleld and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Herder were six o'clock dinner guest* at the home of Dr. S W. Meyers, last week Wednesday evening. Mrs. A. J. Kraiise, Mrs. Everett Drey- rr and Mrs. Richard Henprcl attended n qiiiltinir party at trie home of Mrs. Alfred Schmidt at tone Rock last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Finrr.'tad enjoyed * TisH from their daughters. Mrs. Att> Sjrorjtorn of Minneapolis and Mrs. I. nl'i RnndTn of EStherrille. from last Thursday until Monday. The quarterly irwfiinjt of ilie American L#*K>a Auxi'iarr of Kossuth coun- " Methodist church aOwnoon. About Titonka. ty was !*.«• to C$:T. Brirt. Alevrta. Lone Rock. Bancroft. WrsJey and Fenton wrrr represented. Sir? VC R Wolfe was hostess to two t.<»h)*? of bridge last week Monday night. Mrs. H. H. WkJdel won high score priie and Mrs. F. H. Eigler received the low score prize. Other guests were Mary Jane Eigler, the Mes- dames J. A. Mueller, O. W. Newel, J. H. Reeder and F. P. Newel. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. WIddel entertained at bridge Friday evening. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. John Andreason of Rlngsted, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft and Mr. and Mrs. Mlllen Jensen of Seneca. George Jensen received the. high score prize and Mrs. Millen Jen- srn, the travel prize. The regular meeting of the P. T. A. was held last week Wednesday night in the high school auditorium. Dr. J. A. Mueller read the play, "Green Pastures." Mrs. W. P. Welsbrod sang severs! negro spirituals in keeping with the reading. The boys' glee club sang a number of selections. Hostesses were Marjorie Bailey and the Mesdames O. H. Graham, F. H. Bohn, Dorothy Gerhard, C. G. Humphrey, Grace Gibbons, H. C. Lindsey and H. H. Widdel. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz were agreeably surprised by a group of neighbors last, week Tuesday evening at their home. The evening was spent in playing five hundred. They were presented with a bridge lamp. On Thursday evening, relatives gathered at their home by surprise and spent the evening. They presented them with a coffee dripper and electric toaster. On Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Jentz was guest of honor at a surprise party at the St.. John's church, sponsored by the Lutheran aid society. She received an electric flat Iron as a from the aid members. remembrance Refreshments were served at all of the parties. The Jentz family will leave soon for their new home in Graettinger, where they will operate a lunch room. 'MR. AND MRS. ON 35TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY PLANS FOR NEW SWEA CITY HIGH GYM PROGRESS- ARCHITECT HIRED Splendid Basketball Record Deserves Reward; Business Men Back Move Swea City: Business men and members of the board of education drove to Thompson on Tuesday to confer with that school board in regard to plans for a new gymnasium, making the trip were A. B. Tweeten, R. A. Bravender. Ray Sperbeck, Emil Larson, D. W. Fuits, Henry Myhr, Fred Peterson, Win. Krumm, Otto Jensen and Supt. E. H. Parson-s. No definite plans have been made to date. Declam Contest Held A preliminary elimination declamatory contest was held Friday evening at the high school building. The three placing In their respective classes are as follows: oratorical, Roy Bravender, Edward Montgomery and Florence Picht: dramatic, Jane Carlson, Darlene Kcsler and Jeannette Wilson; humorous, Robert Haglund, Arlotte Skromme and Alpha Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. John Young and son, Errol and daughter, Lela, left. Friday for Wisconsin, where they will make their future home. Mr. and Mr*. Henry SchueVer, Jr., newlyweds, gave a free dance to their many friends at the Legion hall Friday night. Over 200 friends enjoyed the courtesy. About 200 couple enjoyed a free dance at the Legion hall Thursday evening which was given by L. Ferguson of Swea township In honor of a recent marriage. LeRoy Applequist, uon of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Applequist, had an emergency operation for ruptured appendix at the hospital at Welcome, Minn., on Friday atfernoon. He is reported as improving. Word has been received here of the death of Wm. Hutchlnson of Grinnell He was a former resident here. His sons, Russell and Vernon and daughters Mrs. Chris Beck and Ray Logan attended the funeral. The annual Boy Scout supper was held at the high school dining room Monday evening. Feb. 12. Boy Scout mothers are in charge of the banquet were: Mesdames Fred Seylar, L. A. Haglund and V. S. Leland. Mrs A. J. Christenscn entertained at bridge Friday afternoon. Bridge was played at 9 tables. High score was won by Mrs. Oscar Christensen of lingsted, second high by Miss Kathryn Crause and traveling prize by Mrs. Ray Lord. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson en- ertained a group of friends Friday ev- ;nlng in honor of Mr. and" Mrs. O. S. fehrson. prior to their departure to ••airrnont, Minn., where Mr. Pehrson »as purchased a suburban grocery store. flfty friends enjoyed a social even- ng. Miss Adelaide Severson. only daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Severson of Sagle township, was married on Jan. 24 to Chas. chambers of Eagle township at the Swedish Lutheran parson- Age nt East Chain. Minn., by Rev. Richard Johnson. They are a popular couple, and many friends extend congratulations. They will live on a farm n Eagle township after March 1. Fourteen new members were inl- iated into the American Legion Auxi- iary at the regular meeting Tuseday vening. An American radio program was presented by the children of the American Legion Auxiliary members. 'orty members and forty-five children were present. Hostesses were Mes- damcs V. Leland. Wm. Leland, Karl Anderson. H. T. Winter and G. K. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Art Fandel, Mr. and Mrs Herman Fandel, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Semon, and Edward Fandel were dinner guests Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Elbert of Algona. When Arthur Kelly was sweeping the floor of the barber shop Wednesday he bumped the stove and knocked a pan of boiling water to the floor, in so doing he burned hte arm and leg quite seriously. Peter Schumacher entertained five tables of bridge at a surprise party on Sunday evening in honor of the birthday of his wife. Mrs. Burdlne and John Uhlenhake received high prise and Carl Hansen received low. Mrs. Anna Dau and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jergens, Herbert Zumach, Mnrgalrtft and Johanna Berntnghaua attended the wedding of Victor Dau and Viola Zinnell at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Dau will live just south of town. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Besch. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Elbert, Mrs. Emma Hlibert and son, Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Weydert attended the funeral of Frank Weydert of Bode which was held In the St. Jde Catholic church Wednesday morning. Eileen O'Brien entertained a num- jer of friends Sunday evening at her home in honor of Patricia Weir, it being her birthday. Five hundred was played. Lucille O'Brien received high, Edmund O'Brien, travel and Kathleen Holtzbauer, received low. O. J. Kaschmltter, Mrs, Frank B>eh- mer of Wllmot, Minn., Mrs. John Brolch of Adrian, Minn., and Mrs. Catherine O'Brien returned home Friday after taking Mrs. Schrler to the hospital at Iowa City. Mrs. Broich and Mrs. Brehmer returned to their homes In Minnesota Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel entertained at a six o'clock dinner Sunday evening. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Elbert, Algona, George Fandel and family, Mrs. Emma Hlibert, the Ralph Fandels, Tom Kellys, Alfred 8e- mons, Herman Fandels, Arthur Fan- dels and Edward Fandel. ERDMANN-GOETZ WEDDING HELD IN WESLEY, MONDAY Pine Young Couple United in Pretty Ceremony at St. Joseph's Church Wesley: A very pretty wedding took lace Monday morning, Feb. 12, when Jiss Elizabeth Erdmann and Henry Goetz took their vows at eight o'clock n the presence of a large gathering of elatives and friends at the St. Joseph's Catholic church. Rev. A. J. Wagoner » WHrTTEMOItE NEWS y&&Q®&a^^ Albert Vaudt went to Livermore on business Monday. Melbourne Simpson and John Waldron were in Mason City Sundcy. Ed Burke, Peter and Margaret Mos- bnch lire on the sick list this week. Phyllis Reynolds of Algona spent a few days visiting Mrs. Tom McDonnell. Helen Farrell of Forest City spent Lawrence jride. Eramann, bnoWhet of the with her mother, Mrs. Nell CALL THEATRE February 17-28 Algona, Iowa Bank Depixsit Nii?ht Tuesday. Feb. 'M and t-vi-ry Tuesday th'ri. alter. Register iti UK- Theatre Lobby. Saturday, Febuary 17 EDW. G. ROBINSON "DAKK HAZARD" &•<• "Wnr Cry" the famous whippet ruct- dog ivon 511,000.00 in la.sl thn-.- years—a lrt-at tor all duj! lover-. And IJurk Jones in "The Fighting Code" ChaiAi-r No. 2 Woli Dog Serial Sunday-Monday, Feb. 18-19 PAT O'BRIEN JOAN BLONDEIJLi CiLfcNDA PAHRKI.L ALLEN JENKINS "I'VE GOT YOUR NUMBER" On the Stag*— "Big City Girl Revue" featuring sallv O'Maliey and 4 otiw-r vaudeville acts Bank Di-posit Night Tuesday, Feb. 20 Wed., Thurs. Fri Feb. 21 22-23 Saturday, Feb. 24 WARREN WILLIAM JEAN MUIR "BEDSIDE" Houri of Paris—Tune Detective—Rock-a-bye Also JjL-k LX'iiny and Band. JANET GAYNOR LIONEL BARRYMORE "CAROLINA" Meet th-j Champ News Saturday Super Special DICK BARTHELMESS "MASSACRE"—Big Indian Epic No. 3 Wolf Uog Serial "Scrappy." Sun.-Hon., Feb. 25-26 Tuesday, Feb. 27 GBO. RAfrV CAROL LOMBARD SALLY RAND (Fan Dancer) "BOLERO" You've heard of Sally Raud—in Chicago during World's Fair. See her here. Laurel aJid Hardy in "Dirty Work" BANK DEPOSIT NIGHT ZMJC Grey'g "THE LAST ROUNDUP" The be^t outdoor picture in months. Here Hill's Song. Musical, Slttla' on the Bade iTard Fence". The Mild West. Wed., Feb. 28 at Ford Garage or Coil Theatre for Free TicktLi. Thesi- matinees and night show •THESE THIKTV YEARS" 1-2 of 11*34; tfcu* Gabl* in "If. Hft Good Dmne; Biwfc'n Wild Cargo; D»rid HMnni; E»- Sunday Farrell. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Schmitt, Jr., and family isited relatives in Bancroft Sunday. Dr. L. A. Mosbach and family of Humboldt spent Sunday visiting his parents. John Cullen and Father Hyland visited Friday with Joe Mulroney of Emmetsburg. Mrs. E. J. Butler and daughter, Ruth Ann visited Friday with Mrs. Roy Crawford. Mr and Mrs. Frank Dorweiler were dinner guests Sunday with Mrs. Josephine Haag. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker and son Ralpit visited relatives at Dclavan Minn., Friday. Mr. and Mr-x Edw. Droessler of Ban- m>n t .pi nt Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Fran!: l>Tner. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Elbert visited Mr and Mr.s. Louis Elbert at EmmeUsburg Friday evening. Jrjiin and Henry Haag took part ir a minstrel show u,l Corwith Frida; and Saturday evening. Mr. a/Hi Mrs Cletus Oliver and fam ily ol EiiiiiK.a.-burg .spent Sunday wi'l Mr and Mr.-;. W. T. Oliver. LiK-ille Heimers. -student of Am* .-pent Hi.; week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Win. H<-imers. Mr. and Mia. Ed Maaiu> are t'r. • par nits ol u baby girl. Thia gives them family of three boys and two girls. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker and L!o> W' ru in Aigonu Sunday visiting Mi> Walker's mother, Mrs. Locke, who is il Kile, n O'Brien and Mrs. E. J. But ler and daughter, Rutli Ann of Al B<ma visited relatives Thursday after noon. John Leinenbach returned home Sat urday morning from Glen Haven, Wis cunsin, after spending a month viiitin relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Will Fandel, Mr. an Mrs. James Butler went to LHchflelc Minn., to attended the wedding of Mil dred Reilly. William Meyer underwent a herni operation at the McCreery hospital on Monday morning Viola Balgeman, R. N.. is his nurse. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Brennan of Emmetsburg visited relatives Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller returned to Emmetsburg with them. Mrs, Mike Esser from Cfcstleton. North Dakota., and Mrs. John Fandel and daughter of Mason City visited relatives and friends here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kollasch, and Mr. and Mrs. August Elbert went to Iowa City Tuesday morning u> visit Mrs. Schrier, who is a patient at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mulroney and son, Peter of Etauoeteburg and Will Donahoe of FeiiUw, Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Cullen were entertained at dinner cm Sunday by Mrs. Nell Farrell. Following the ceremony a- wedding breakfast was served to the immediate relatives at the home of the bride 1 which had been festively decorated in colors and designs In keeping with the St. Valentine season. Mr. Goctz is a son of the late John 3oetz and Mrs. Ooetz, and he and hla jride are numbered among the finest young people in the Wesley locality and have the best wishes of a host of friends. After March 1st, the young couple will make their home on the farm three miles north of town which at present is occupied by the Roy Wisemans. The newlywcds treated! UhelC scoreb of Wends to a wedding dance held at the Sexton hall Monday night. fficlated at the' ceremony. 'The bride ffWt and Roberta Davlson of Mason who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt 5.1^ were Sunday dinner guests at the Srdrnann, looked lovely In a white fiat crepe gown accompanied by ».pretty vefl fastened cap fatthvan and earned a oose spray of pink and white carnations. Her bridesmaid. Miss Dorothy Goetz, sister of the bridegroom, wore a medium green colored silk gown with to match and also carried carnations. The groom was attended by Bring Well Filled Baskets to Surprise Gathering Last Thursday Lone Rock: Mr. and Mrs. Bdw. Bler- stedt were pleasantly surprised last Thursday, when ft group of the Lutheran Ladles' Aid and their husbands of Hurt, gathered at their horn* with weU- fUled baskets to help them ettebnto their 35th wedding annlrtrwry. In the evening the following relatives gathered for a surprise party: Mr. and Mm. Robert Wagner and family of nUrvilfr, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner and daughter. Lola of Jienton, Mr. and Mrs, Win. frcd SlgSbee, and Miss Oiadys Bier* stdt of Algona, Mr. and Mw, Art Blwr- stcdt, Mr. and Mrs, Walter Bwewm. and Carrie and Doris Blerstedt of Bnrt. and Elmer and Wm. Ostwald of Whit- tewmre and Mr, and Mrs, Ray BlwU-dt of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs, Jay Qodden of visited at the Bert Oodden horn* Sunday. Andrry Thomsen and family visited at the Kntid Thomsen home at. Rlng- sted Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Johnson of Manly were entertained at the Watson Shick home Sunday. The Friday club held a quilting bee at the home of Mrs. Watson Shick last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Sprank attended n card party at the Wm. Ooche home last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton had as Sunday dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Morgan of Algona. John Newbrough, who underwent an operation at the Kossuth hospital, was able to come home Sunday. Esther Oodden entertained at Sunday dinner, Hattie Warda. Clifford Schrader and Warren Ringsdorf. The Friday club will meet Friday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. J. M. Blanchard. Mrs. Watson Shick will be assisting hostess. Mrs. K. M. Hawks, Mclvin Hawks and family, and Mrs. Jessie Stebrltz and daughter, Kathryn visited at the Chas. Hawks home at Seneca Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kraft entertained Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Borchardt of East Chain. Minn., and the Otto Borchardt family of Penton Sunday. Chester Simpson, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Simpson, who has been a patient at the Kossuth hospital for the past five weeks, was brought home Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hawks of Marshall. North Dakota, came Saturday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hawks and other relatives. Mrs. Fred Willrett, son Erlck, daughter, Mrs. Wm. Fitzgerald of Algona and Mrs. C. Ackerman and son. Earl of Hurt were dinner guests at the Frank Plaig home Friday, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Roderick and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Drans- 1 West Bend Girl i* Bride; Cagers Take Second in Tourney West Bend: A very pretty wedding was solemnized at the Lutheran church Tuesday at two o'clock when Viola Zm- nel or West Bend and Victor Dau of Whlttemore were united in marriage. The ceremony was performed by Rev. 1. O. Kiteman; using the double ring ceremony. The bride Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Art Zlnnel of Oarfleld township, and the groom to the ton of Mrs. Anna Dau of Whlttemore. A wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents to a large number of invited guests. Mr. and Mrs. Dau will live on the farm of the groom's mother near Whlttemore. Married In A'gona Ml* Esther Keller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Keller, and Walter Banwart, *on of Dan Banwart, were united in marralge In Algona, Thursday at the Methodist parsonage. They left Friday for a wedding trip to Lemar, Missouri. Their many friends extend congratulations. Boys' Team Second The boys' basketball team played in the county tournament Friday and Saturday In nnmetsburg and won second place. Friday night they played Ayrshire and won by a 34 to 29 score. Saturday afternoon they played Ruth- vcn and won a 25 to 33 score. In the finals Saturday night they met Oraet- Unger and were defeated by a 35 to 13 score, giving Oraotttnger flnt ptace and West Bend, second. Both teams received plaques as trophies. Milton Wolto Is their coach. Mrs. Wash Harris is ill with a bad case of neuritis. Mrs. N. J. Peterson is quite ill at this time at her home here. Rev and Mrs. Arch Conda attended A {waters' conference at La'-cota Tuesday. Mrs. Benjamin Oarthwalte Is very ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. E. White. Charles Rlley'of lAvennore eaHe« at the home of hte parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wni. Riley, Tuesday. Florence and Chas. Foley, Kenneth and Dorothy Miller, Helen Watson ami Grace Sloan attended the boys' basketball tournament in Bmmetsburg o* Friday evening. Poland China Bred Sow Sale at farm 2M>. miles northwest of Armstrong, fa, on primary road No. 43, on Wed., Feb'y 21 50 Bred Sows Bred to farrow through March and April. If you want to buy some real good foundation sows, be sure to attend this sale. Gilts weigh- up to 350 Ibs. The best of breeding and feeding qualities that money can buy. Write for catalog describing the offering. Terms, Cash. Free lunch at noon. Sale starts promptly after lunch. C. J. Houseman Aucts. Cols. H. S. Duncan and Geo. Rinderknecht. Frank Bahling home. The Mothers club met last Wedpe*- <Uy afternoon at the 'home of Mrs. Frank Flalg. Mrs. Harry Hobson was assisting hostess. A paper was given by Mrs. Harold Jones. If the airflow car is the car of tomorrow—the new Brunswick Radios showing now at Gamble's are the radios of day after tomorrow. Stately Century of Progress styles—Neon Tuning—Airplane Dial and Noise Eliminator. 10-tube, tradein price, $6450. Radios, $12.96 and up, 7 BUSINESS is looking UP! The discriminating man will be unusually pleased with our fine custom tailoring. For business wear we show a complete and extensive assortment of distinctive fabrics. The quality of our clothes, the individual character of our styling will appeal to every man with a fondness for really correct attire. Let us make your next garment and show you how much fine tailoring adds to the clothe* you wear. Madson & Hanson "The Home of Better Valuta" OW^^ Mrs. Dora Arndorfer of St. Benedict vLslted the fore part of this week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Anna Kunz. Miss Hi'l<-'n Funnemark, home economics teacher at Rake, spent the week did visiting at the home of her parent*, the Olaf Funnemarks. Mrs. Bertha 8. Looft, Margaret and Johnette, and the Henry Looft family of Seneca, were guests at the Jerry Schuttcr home in West Bend Sun- clay. Mr. and Mrs. OILS Brandt and family of Clear Lake and the J. P. Uhlenhake family of Whittemore spent Sunday visiting in the homes of their mother, Mrs. Mary Uhlenhake and sister, Mrs. R. C. Bauer. Mr. and Mrs. William Carman entertained a group of friends at a bridge- party Sunday night. High .score prizv wa.s awarded to Mrs. J. L. Stud- t-r with low lo Mr.i. F. A. Bonnstetter. The l.oitt.ss :-ervecl a very delicious lunch. Miss Ltlia Wtsler spent from Saturday night until Sunday afternoon at the home of her parents, the Emil Wes- tcr.s. She made the trip in company with George Godfrey of Algona, now on tht staff at the Iowa State College at Ames. Dr. and Mrs. Alson Braley of Iowa City drove up from their home there Saturday afternoon and pleasantly surprised his parents, Druggist and Mrs. H. J. Braley, for a week end visit. Other visitors at the Braley home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Tony Rasmiwaen and family of Forest City, Mrs. E. B. Bralt-y and Marvel of Britt and Dale Frazer of Humboldt. DON'T GET UP NIGHTS Make This 25c Test You need a bladder laxative to Urive 'nit liiiijurltK-M unt) bxct£gtvu acidb that ciiunc trritatlun. burning and fre<iuunt il.-aln;. (iet a 25c box of BUKKT8. the Madder laxative, from any drug store. Aftt.-r four (lays it not relieved tit K6t- UIIK up niKnt go back and get your •money. BUKKTB. containing; buchu leavt-s, juniper oil, etc, acts on the bladder Hlmilur to cattor oil on the bowelu. 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