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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 8, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 8,1934 LAKOTA FOLKS MOVED TO NEW LOCATIONS FIRST OF THE MONTH Community Bids Adieu to Old Neighbors, Prepares to Welcome New Uakota: A few of those who moved in Lakota and vicinity the past week are: fche Frank Tryon family moved to Bast Chain and the place they vacated is now occupied by the Fred Laabs family, who for the past several years have lived on the M. Christ farm northeast Of town. This place will now be occupied by the Bert Patterson family. The Ed Kienltz family who were unable to get a farm moved to Burt. Mrs. Wlleox and family moved onto the place vac- nted by the Klenitz family. The Hillard The John Rippentrop family of Woden, visited with relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Rippentrop spent Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Dena Spiers. The George Heetland family visited last Thursday evening at the Louis Heetland home at Algona. Miss Arlene Lewis was up from Lu- Verne to spend the week end at the parental C. R. Lewis home. Little Donald Winter, son of the Raymond Winters, has been 111 the past week with the chicken pox. Miss Hulvn Ssnden entertalnrxi t. v e Michael Winters and Tabe Loats «t sxipper last Saturday evenintf. The Ledyard township Farm Bureau Ladies club met last Frirtsv afternoon at the home of Mrs, L A. Nits. Preliminary State Declant Contest is Held at Ledyard Ledyard: On last Wednesday even- Ing a preliminary state declamatory contest was held in the high school auditorium with Swea City, Grant. Lakota and Ledyard taking part, l*d- yard took all three firsts. In the oratorical class Kenneth Thompson of Ledyard took first with "Esau, America's Patron S*tnt". and William powers of Lsktoa took second with "The Pail to Arms." In the dramatic class, Lyla Hamm of Ledyard took first with • Kyes" and Betty Ley of Lakot« took srccnd with "Madame Butterfly." In the humorous class James Logan of Ledyurd took firs* with "The Hem* Talent Relwwsai" and Alpha Simmons of SWT» City <or»k sewnd with "The Baby Talk Bride " F. OrrrmvfT. 3. FVflvn \raltn*. * The Judges wet* rtWwfU and Miss of Alp>n» Abbas family moved to near Dclavan, Mrs w E Gutknrflit and Mr* FT- j Minn., and the place vacated by them man Hanson have both bwn iV. an.1 i was taken by the Andrew Bockctaar. mnfit^Hi tt> tiicJi tx4s !Iw ps-i; family, who moved from the Mrs. Hel- j TJl , E A wort man family ,>T> t ! I iner Beeiikcu farm .-Out.hwr.-t of tc^r;. • <. - • .T T Heaney of Burt flt (he .Vnks twne Her.rv Mll-f-riril fATmly of ?u?>^M a; i.?ie Roy KsMp horoe. LUVERNE FOLKS HOSTS AT PARTY FOR MASTERSON, COLWELL Supper, Program, Social Time Held on Eve of Moving Away LuVerne: A farewell party was given In the town hall Friday for 1 Mr. and Wi*. r» A Cfcrnrr.trr vixiUni ( )rpd ftnd the Robm Mastewon and Hugh Ool- wrtl families by friends and members of th* Prwfcyterlan church. A supper was served at 7:30 after Which there was a program and a. social time tnjoywi by alt present. The Master»n family h«re moved to a farm one mile west of Corwith and the oolwell family have moved to a farm near Alpons Thp Evansrrltcal Missionary society met Trmrsday afternoon with Mrs. Lang. The kindergarten has been dlscontin- osborn has returned to this place now beine occupied bv Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pannktik of the Titonk* vicinity. The McCarthy fnmilv from Clark. South Dakota, have taken the Wellington farm vacated by the Clyd-? Shipler family who have moved tc near Forest City. The Andrew Jansen family who were employed by Jerry Ukena on the small farm north of town have moved into rooms over the Rosenau hardware, and the place vacated by them was taken over by Hilbert Walt- house. The Raymond Winter familv moved from, Swea City, and the A. E. Andersons moved to Swea City. tN two families pxehantred places. T*he Adam Reefer family who lived on the place known as the old Nickels farm northeast of town have moved to a small acreage near Buffalo Center, and the Wro, Jooee family of near Eunore are occupying this place. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond WOeox moved to Eagle Grove where they will start farming. The George Hayes family who for several years have been living on the Dan Harberger farm, moved to the Schlssel it Ley farm southeast of town known as the old Bverding farm, the Dick Sleeper family of the vicinity of German Valley are now on the place vacated by the Hayes. The Elmer Darg familv went to a farm near Woden, and the place vacated by them will be fartnr-i this vcar by Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Knutsen. The John Wlrtles fam- ilv moved to a place near Granada, Minn. There were a few more changes of town but we wore unable to fret the locutions they were moving Vfm L'--svr!n WTTV «;nr.«r «-"f-~-~ f- Sunday at the C K NTir Tho Mv"'a?l Winers snri ITie Wa** 1 Falls'wfr? rrtfrt.V.nrd at dinner Sunday at the home of Mrs. , T \:* 4 ,a TTor!- Th? O orce He?:1and faw.ily irrrr en- ttTt-iined at supwr Sunday evening at *?-<• home rf iSr" srsrt Mrs R L. Williams, Mrs Ju'i.i Workman an<5 Gertrude Wort man visi'.ea onr last week with Russell TCintrr at t>e hospital in Buffalo Center. The A. L. Soren?en farnilv were up from Bode Sunday visiting at thr home of Mrs. Sorensen's parent*. Mr. and Mrs. C. R, Lewis. Virgil Smith, who is attending the University of Dubuqne. was home over the week end to visit his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Smith. Archie Fedee. who is in Uie employ of the Bell Telephone Co.. here, was an over Sunday visitor at the home of his parents at Northwood. Russell Winter, who has been at the hospital at Buffalo Center, recovering from his recent appendicitis operation came home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Bert us Jansen received word last Saturday that her aunt, Mrs. Cote, had passed away at Webster City. The funeral was to be held on Tuesday. The Wade Balls visited Sunday evcn- .n" at the C. A. Winter home. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Winter of Mason City also guests a;, the Winters the •;nme evening. rslsy s! M. K Sprrry boon.- j j, or j-, ome i n Fenton. ".'..-I.-* Mrs , A. L. spooner is visiting her » Mayt-T enter'.Aivsfd six '"-mother. Mrs. Schaffer and her sister, CUT-RATE GROCERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS 21c RAISTNS, 2 Ibs. DATES, 2 Ibs. JELL PWDR. 6 pkgs. OATMEAL, 2 Irge. boxes i COFFEE, 3 Iba. CORN FLAKES 2 Irge. pkgs. _— BRAN FLAKES | H 2 pkgs „ IIC LAUNDRY SOAP, 10 bars _ SOAP CHIPS, 97 r 2 Irge. pkgs. —M I \» Crushed Pine- C R /i apple, No. 10 can till I* FLOUR Fireplace $1.58 Rose $1.62 Lucky Boy $1.68 Mother's Best ..$1.83 OmarV $1-95 24*4 Ib. sacks Lucky Boy 85c Mother's Best ...95c Oranges, 2 doz 29cj| Lettuce, 2 for 13c Spinach, 3 Ibs. 26c , Radishes, 3 bu. lOc Bananas, 4 Ibs. ___23c || Apples, 5 Ibs. 95c "Busiest Little Store in Town." CALL THEATRE March 3-15 Algona, Iowa Only Theatre in Northern Iowa with Western Electric Wide Range Bound. $12,000.00 Invested in high class sound equipment for your pleasure. $70.00 per month to factory man to deliver the best at all times. Only Theatre with large comfortable lobbies In which to meet friends. Only Theatre equipped with hard of hearing head- BANK NIGUT EVERY TUESDAY! Saturday, March 3 Sun.-Mon., March 4-5 Tuesday, March 6 Ken, Wonder Horse in "King of Wild Horw*" On thf- Htagu—Maxwell House Coifee quartet The great radio colored quartet CLARK GABLE CLAUDETTE COLBERT "IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT" Colored Silly Symphony "Lullaby Land" On the itagi-—Maxwell H/ix-.i; Coffee Radio Hour Quartet BANK DEPOSIT NIGHT SYLVIA SIDNEY FREDERIC MARCH "GOOD DAME" TViiirs T?ri GHETA GARBO JOHN GILBERT .-inurs.-xn. -QLEEN CHRISTINA- March 7-8-9 Saturday, March 10 EXTRA — DOUBLE FEATURE — EXTRA BUCK JONES in "TUHIIX HUNTER" ROBERT ARMSTRONG HELEN MACK "SON OF KONG" Starting where you left off Ln "King Kong" Sun.-Mon., March 1112 Three Reels of Grand Entertainment Norm* TerriH of "Show Boat" A dancing chorus rivaling Berkeley's famous girls. Four Eaton Eoys in 'Around the Clock' Constance Bennett pranchot Tone Botfwell bblero, Kiun Colombo, Fumy Knight "MOULIN ROUGE" Story ulu-a Kmart—dialogue—fireworks—sets lavish—^st Tuesday, March 13 BANK DEPOSIT NIGUT LYLE TALBOT .. AILENE MACMAHON ANN DVORAK FRANK M-HUOH GLENDA FARRELL -HEAT LIGHTNING" Wed. Thurs., March H16 Photographed in the Arctic Regions Ail Native cast "KSQUIMO" Trader Horu Thrills .. •V pri frirri.1* Friflfl fVfning in bon- , Mrs cr of Jirr ninth birthday. Mrs TVr, Of>s.-ri <-f Rmoro visited on tn porcst City. Glenn Godfrey camp up from Fort Monday "for a few days' visit PLUM CREEK NEWS her mother. Mrs. Eriekson. who is Friday s! thf home of lier parents. | a; the p3rpn t a i W. F. Godfrey home. Mr. and Mrs J. T. Welfare. " ____ T>e M F.. Ladies' Aid will br en- Ttmrsdav afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. K. Lnuritten. Mr and Mrs Robert Oustafson and Elendft Harold were In Marathon and Albert City Saturday on business. Milcivii r.irpr-r of Lakota spen; sev- tral days the past week at the home of her sister. Mrs, Edward Knoner. Mrs. Fred Dorsey and children and Mrs. Ervin Bowman visited at the C. I. Mansmith home In Burt. Saturday. Mrs. Albert Barnes spent several days last week at Armstrong helping ^care for •\-ery in. The R<nr. F. O. Johnson of Lakota and the Ingham family of Elmore. were Sunday guests at the Edward Halvcrson home. The Peter Cassem family and the Willis Pingle family, both residing north of town, were quarantined for the small pox Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Al Zlflske and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zielske drove to Vincent Sunday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mr?. Raymond Wilcox. Friends and neighbors gathered afe the Martin Gab!" home last evening In a farewell surprise party. The Gab- Irs are moving to a farm in Grant tlilr. week. On u''xt Sunday morninc*. Rev. W. G. Mrhlrman of Alcrona will preach In h • Methodist church. Fcllo - .vinfr the. •Trvices a fellow-hip dinner will be held tho bcucmcnt. TH". V. A. Barrett, nnd infant, son ,'rnecl home Monday from the Cos-nth hospital in Alrrona. Miss Beth I of Livermore is here assisting I er sister, Mrs. Barrett. Rnlativcs here received word this week if the marriage of Lawrence Barnes, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barnes, to Dena Crowley -on January 17th, at Cedar City, Utah. On last Monday evening a group of friends held a surprise farewell party for Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Priest at their dome. The Priests are moving soon to a farm In Grant township. Last Thursday the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company installed a new toll switchboard, cable and test panel at the local exchange, preparatory to cutting in a new circuit into service. This will give Ledyard two toll lines In place of one and will gve quicker toll service. On Saturday afternoon Miss Alice Mayne entertained at a miscellaneous shower for Miss Anita Gelhaus at the Ella Oelhaus home. Muslo, reading and contests furnlshen entertainment. The brlde-<to-be received many lovely and useful gitfs. A dainty lunch was served by the hostesses to about 75 guests. The Epworth League met Sunday evening in the church with Tllmer Halverson as leader. The newly elected officers of the League are as follows: Armln SchuUz, president; James Logan, first vice president; Kenneth Thompson, second vice president; Tll- mer Halverson, treasurer; Henrietta rr*d« Miller, Martha and Florence Lund and Boy Smith were confirmed Wednesday evening in the Lutheran rtwnrh Mr. and Mrs. Hayes of Ctoquet. Minn, are visiting this w*ek with Mrs. Scribner and famllr. Mrs. Scribner and Mrs. Rajva are sisters. Th* Tuesday dub met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. I. H. Benedict. There was a good attendance, ten members and four visitors being present. Roy Barton of St. Paul came on Sunday to see his mother. Mrs. Leander Barton. Mrs, RwaeQ Courtney »nd her children of Oedar Rapids and Mrs. Ver. He Teller and Roy Van Voast of Fort Dodge also are here to see their grandmother. Mrs. Barton, who is very ill. The third and fourth grades gave a declamatory contest Tuesday evening. March 6. Those taking part are the following: Alice Hedrick. Marjorie Hedrick, Betty Thompson. Bessie Schmidt, Audrey Holmes. Marjorie Wegner, Beverly Smith, Arlcnc Thomas, Dorothy McCteUan. Doris Dehnert, Vera Dimler, Betty Ramus, Marcella Henderson, Victor Baumgart*ner, LeRoy Wagner, Bobby Thomas, Dale Zentner, Stanley Genrich, Adolph Lund and Johnny Schmidt. Other features of the program will be the school orchestra. The A. Eischeld family were callers Sunday afternoon at the Perry Phillips home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Seeley and son Craig, spent Monday evening at the Wm. Altwegg home. The Fred Glbkin family have moved to the Gco. Miller farm at Plum Creek and will be employed by Mr. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Albright and child have moved to the Chas. Owen farm, which they will operate this year. Louis Ball returned to his home at Clear Lake this week after visiting at the home of his sister, Mrs. Elmer Jasperson for two weeks. Mrs. Anna Drone and son. Fern and Mrs. Walter Bleich and daughter, Joan, were visitors Saturday at the Orton Bleich home In Hampton. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Knox entertained a number of neighbors Saturday evening nt cards In honor of the George Johnson family, who are moving from this vicinity. A nic? time was enjoyed and a suitable gift presented to the family. The George Johnson family are moving thi? week from the Fred Kent farm to the S-ccfold farm near Sexton. Le- Kov. tho son who has been too ill to m?~ko the change on March 1, Is much better nt this time. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hnldemnn cf Algona will mange the Kont farm this year. Mrs. Elmrr Ja^peraon gave a family inner on Sunday in honor of her hus- I land's birthday. The following persons vere in attendance: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Holer and family of Goodcll, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Young and family of Mason City, the Harry McCorkle lam- ily nnd Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Whlta of Algona. It. their sisters, Miss Leona Berens and Mrs. Lee Brown. They returned home Sunday evening. Mrs. Mayme Baker of Leon, who has been visiting her sister. Mrs. G. W. Oarmean, foi; the past two months, accompanied them to Omaha where she boarded the train for DenviT to visit a brother. number of ladies at an an day party Friday of last week. Her daughter, Mrs. Phillip Puffer of Corwlth, spent several days here. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman, and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham called at the W. H. Klamp home Sunday. Mrs. Maittp's mother Who Buffered a stroke about four weeks ago, to still seriously ill. O. C. Oiddlngs drove to Corwlth Sunday to get Mrs. OlddingB and MW Nellie Ward who Wave been at the waiter Ward home for some time.Mn. Ringsdorf accompanied Wm and visited her father at Wesley. H. A .Oettman, «»n*gW of the City Oil Co. here, attended an entertainment consisting of a lecture and moving pcturra showing how Tytfol products are made. TBhis was given at Buffalo Center Friday evening for Tydol deal- era. Leroy Burger has erected a new oil station and moved it up on Main street next to the cream station, where he will operate tt. This is to be a Farmers Co-operative station and win sell K. & H. products and will be managed by Leroy Burger. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters were dinner guests of Mrs. Elizabeth TTeptow Sunday. They drove to Algona where they called at the Charles Barrlckman h"me «n<1 Mary T.«H», who spent the week end at the Barrickman home, returned home with them. Jo Ann. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Chipman, entertained 22 little friends at a party in honor of her fifth birthday March first. The party was held at the home of her grandfather, E. O. Chipman. A nice time was en- Joyed by the little tots and refreshments were served by Mrs. Chipman. A meettag of the parent-teachers association will be held tonight at the school house. The following program will be given: a talk on Manners and Speech by Mrs. H. W. Trainer; a discussion of Companionship and Ideals and Losing and Forgetting Habit by Mrs. C. B. Chipman also a paper on Dishonesty In Speech and Action by Mrs. J. W. Dorranoe. Mrs. I. B. wortman and two Mrs. Connie Roelftem* and son, Oew. and Mrs. Harry Mufflmanwallced out to tfce Wade Ball home Friday The wade Balls were entertained la* week Tuesday evening at a waffl*Cup- per at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bruer, the occasion being to eelebrwfe t3w Bruer's flrtt wedding anniversary. •Wife Ae«n club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of M^^EJrfEl ray at which time they entertained tti» member* of the PrUcffla dub. A program was given and tho» who «efr«t were tin. H. H. Murray, Mrs. M«r* mond Smith and Mrs, Louise ThMOb The Presbyterian Ladles' Aid WtQ meet on Thursday afternoon at the church parlors at wMeh time they wffl serve the usual 26 cent supper to the public. The (hostesses are Mrs. O«o. Heettend. Mrs. J. H. neetland, Mrs. H. J. Berschmaa, Mrs. Delia M. Smith and Mrs. John Roelfsema. Peterson Studio Mgnrm, fowa We Photograph Anything at Anytime Weddings, Graduations, Confirmation and Babies our specialty. Folders and paper surfaces of the newest styles and lowest prices. Better Pictures, Less Money. Will F. Brown Manager. O'Keefe, secretary; pianist. Alvlra Halverson IRVINGTON NEWS Max Lage, brother of Ralpli Lage. returned to his home at Lattimer, last Wednesday after a several days' visit at the Lage home. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Miller of Cresco township returned last Sunday from a week's visit with their daughter, Mra. Edith Crawford of Minneapolis. Mrs. chas. Magnusson and daughter, Louise, of Algona, were Sunday callers at the Sim Leigh home. Mrs. Leigh Miss Inez Potter of Algona visited at the G. W. Carmean residence on Sunday. J. H. Sheridan and Ray Doyle drove to Anamosa last week to visit Johnny Chessire, an old friend. Rev. Father Scholtes and Charles Quinn drove to the Twin Citiea Tuesday on business. They returned Uiat evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Menke and daughter, Maxlne, drove to Iowa City lost Thursday. The baby was taken through the clinic. Miss Georgia Carmean la able to walk without the aid of a cane but her foot which she injured In a basketball game is still quite sore. The Jelderks have moved Into the house north of Miss Mattle Winkle's residence and close neighbors held a house-wurmlng for them. A meeting of the stockholders and directors of the Farmers Mutual Tele- jhone. Company was held in Bradley lall Saturday at 2 o'clock of last week. Evans Carmean and Gauld Wise, a fraternity brother of Evans, motored here from. Des Moines Friday to spend the week with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Carmean. Mr. and Mra. P. A. Recker. oona Dickie and Phil, Monica Underkofler, Mr. and Mra. G. 8. Underkofier and daughter, Joyce, visited Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Underkofler at Belmond Sunday. John Williams has been seriously ill with the flu the past week. He Is reported to be on the mend. Mr. Will- Miss Clara Shaw visited friends in Algona Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney visited friends at Ledyard Sunday. The Walter Anderson home is under quarantine for scarlet fever. Mrs. Lillian Sheldon Is visiting with friends at Redfleld, South Dakota. Mis?es Anna Ovcrgaard and Charlotte Warrior were at Mason City on Saturday. Mrs. Charles Olscn was given a surprise party on her birthday Monday of ln?t week. The Loo Fox fnnilly moved onto the Wm. McDonald farm northeast of town la=t week. R?v. and Mrs. S. H. A'rn entertained the truces of the church nt their home Friday night. The Prtrr T,o-)ft family were Rticsts p.t the Paul Dottman homo reccn!ly. Tho ladies arc sifters. Mr. and Mrs. JPSS ThorrKon an;l children vlsit-ed Mrs. Thoreson's par- nts at Goodell Sunday. A baby boy wa-? born to Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Bike last week at the homo of Mrs. Amelia Rike. Mr. and Mrs. Will Haweott of Algona spent Sunday here with Wilt's mother, Mrs. Annie Haweott. Mr. Paton of Mason City, who is xistoffioe inspector, checked up the local postoffico here Saturday. Mrs. John Dettman recently returned lome from near Lakota where she vis. Ited relatives the past month. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boettcher and children were guests Sunday at the Oliver Graham home at Fenton. Miss Helen Schrader expects to go to Cedar Falls this week where she will attend school thin semester. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Pannkuk and children spent the week end at Tlton- ka with Mr. Pannkuk'a parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ward of Minneapolis spent Saturday and Sunday here at the home of Mrs. Belle Reynolds. The Woman's club met Monday night at the home of Mrs. P. L. Dremmel with Mrs. Wm. Vogel as assisting host- essea. A number of Burt people attended the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Staley at the Good Hope church Monday. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald. Mrs. J. L. Bonar and Mrs. G. W. Stillman drove to Minneapolis Saturday and returned Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow and Donald Stow who Is here visiting (pent Sun- MARCH SALE OF Rugs and Linoleums is Mrs. Magnusson's eldest daughter. The Cre.sco Embroidery club will meet with Mrs. Ben Terhune March 14. Roll call will be an Irish story or poem. A St. Patrick's program will be present(d. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ditsworth and .son, Donald and daughter, Idabelle of Durt were visitors Sunday at the Frank Ditsworth home thers. Mr. and Mrs. The two men are bro- George Sander and family of Cresco township were visitors Monday at the Henry Bcheppman it nephew of Mr. home. George is Scheppman. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wilkins were Sunday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Miller. Miss Geraldlne Johnson of Kansas City Is also a guest at the Miller home. Miss Caasie Skilllng returned recently to Washington, D. C., where she Is employed at Civil Service Work for the government. Several years ago Miss Staling was in similar work also. Mr. and Mrs. Seward Thornton h«-ve stored their household goods for the present at the John Riley residence. Mr. ThornUm'a health has not been so wtll lately and he Is enjoying a much need- is a partner in the Williams & Baker barber shop. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hart, Mrs. Mary Stger, Mary Eernioe and Walter Williams motored to Mallard last, Sunday to attend a birthday party for Jake Graton. There were 31 guests Invited. Cletus Deitering, Monica Underkofler, Rosemary Murphy and Billy How drove to Port Dodge last Tuesday to take in Uie tournament held there on Tueeday and Wednesday. A large crowd from Bancroft also attended the gumes. A surprise birthday supper was hell in honor of May Lattuner's birtida; Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Charles Baker. Those who attended were: Mrs. Andrew Deitering, Mrs. Ra ed vacation. Word has been received recently that, brate Stewart Green's death waj caused by a " Welp. Mrs. Frank W«lp, Mrs. Jim Sheridan, and Mrs. Peter SchUta. Mr. aud Mrs. McCarty moved here from Clark, South Dakota, and will live on the Wellington farm. They woe honored at a ^trmgr given at the home or Mrs. G. U. Doyle last week. Those attending were, Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Sheridan, Mr. and MR). J. H. Sheridan, Mr and Mrs. Ray Doyle and three children. Twelve friends surprised Catherine Droe&aler Sunday afternoon to cde- ay afternoon at the home of Mr. and '.ra. C. L. Phelps. Mra. J. M. Blanchard and daughter f Lone Rock, and Mrs. Lester Johnon and children from near Bancroft >ent Thursday here. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ladendorf of Alona gpcnt Sunday afternoon and even- rig here with Ray's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ladendorf. A baby boy was born Sunday to Mr. nd Mrs. Clifford Holding. Mrs. Hold- ng is at the home of her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. George Allen. C. B. Coffin began work Monday on a new well on the Dr. McCall farm northeast of Burt. The farm la now occupied by Jim Shlpler. On March 15th, the Birthday circle will have a party In honor of Mrs. Ida Anderson and Mrs. P. 8. Lee's birthdays at the home of Mrs. Lee. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brace and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brace and con were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 8. E. Straley at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Phelps and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Larsen attended the tale of Mrs. Phelp'a parents near Thompson on Wednesday of last week. Mrs. Ward Taft. Alice and Harold of Spirit Lake spent Sunday with relatives here. They visited Mrs. Henry Jennings and at the Fred Jennings home. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Smith and little daughter, Gail, who have been stay- Ing at the Ellis Jain home, moved to Henry Bahllng home goiitheatt of town stroke. However, Mr. Green lived two weeks after he became 3rdt afflicted. Stewart was the eldest son of James GretA. (early pioneer of Irvmgtoa township and Stewartf* mother ww nmfing the organizers and a charter member ot the local Presbyterian church. timer, Betty Poth. Helen Long, Mary Frances Tn ma ", Evelyn Welp, Peggy and Mauri re Deitemig, B>;rnice and Marine Kennedy. The tout enjcfed many playful game* and later a deli- clous lunch. The Mtmft France* and Begin* Eier- I en* teft for Omaha last Friday to vto- reoently. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Christensen who have been living at the George Koestler home since last fall, moved into the R. A. Bleich house in tfae south part of town. Mrs. J. O. Clapsaddle went to Cedar Rapids last Friday and will visit her parents, air. and Mrs. W. f. Main and her son, Deaa, who is attending Coe College. The second la a series of saute concerts given by ihe high school organizations was given at tha Presbyterian church Sunday. A full house appc*- lo»^ f How Luxurious! Hugs and Linoleums over shown in Algona. Priced to turn quickly. Axminster or Velvet 9x12 19.75 ;.. . that's because it's made of lively wool! Imported Lively Wool— chosen for its extra resilience —anchored in place by the True-Tension weave, give* each rug and carpet by the Bigelovr Weavers that extra springy pile. This means extra comfort underfoot and T59.75 and up for a 9 * 13 (fmM n*** •/•*<•• —* •*—> Heavy Weight Axminster 9x12 33.50 First Quality Felt Base Rug 9x12 6.95 Inlaid Linoleum $1.00 per »q. yd. Foster Furniture Co. RITZ HOTEL ^yViinneapolis Newest "Fireproof Hotel Corrv»n)»nt to Jobbcrt «nd D»p«r<iMiH Storat—•» «««y 6ARASE Coffee Shop Ratot Reduced $<| AND UP Hw» ye* <•• Mfoy MM ceol tuuAj^ «0 Mm v*N «M«iU*«d food (hop. M ywi yww p*J*M wMh MM *•••* W femk SpcciW CM> M. M. M* L**cb*»t H Md tfte. Dine cud Dance AT INI r A M O W • SPANISH VILLAGE Mrs. O. I. Mantmlth entertained a I

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