The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1934 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 24, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 24, 1931 FENTON COUPLE OBSERVE 40TH WEDDING DATE Mr. and Mrs. August Meyer Received Many Beautiful Gifts Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. August Meyer observed their 40th wedding anniversary at their home Friday evening. They were the recipients of many beautiful gifts. The guests were: the Rev and Mrs. R. w. Kabelltz and family, R. C. Rchmer. Mr. and Mrs Hugo Mlttag, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Jenta, Mrs Bleckwonn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rosseisen. Mrs. Mary Mittag, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wolfgrarn. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Krause, Mrs. Elmers, Mrs. Fred Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ohm nnd Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmidt nnd family. Mr. nnd Mrs. w. H. Elmers and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Elmers and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. H Meyer and family, Mr and Mrs. Martin Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbertson and family, Art Meyer, Fred Meyer, Bertha Kressin, Lydla Meyer and Tom Frank) of Algona, John Elmers and Edna Potratz. day in the church parlor with the Mesdames J. A. Schwartz, J. T. Waite, L. J. Wefsbrod and Donald W-flsbrod hostesses. Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod and daughter, Isabelle played a piano duet and Mrs. Weisbrod also read a story entitled "Mortgage Lifter." Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson entertained the following guests at a Sunday dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Newel and family, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johnson. Elsie Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Johnson and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson, the Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Stahmer and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wegener of Algona. The Rev. R. W. Kabelltz, pastor of the St. John's Lutheran church confirmed a class of seven Sunday. The members were: Edmund Krause, Ruth Dreyer, Evelyn Klatt, Maxine Jentz, Irene Bleckwenn, Arnold Dreyer and John Struecker. The Rev. H. D. Stahmer, tmstor of the Pairvllle Lutheran church confirmed a class of three members Sunday. They were: Dorothy Bruhn, Lucille Bleckwenn and Marjorie Johnson. SEXTON NEWS WESLEY SENIOR CLASS END YEAR WITH BIG BANQUET; 45 ATTENDED Junior Class Mothers Served Meat; Attend Show After Program Richard Menftrt IU Richard Hengel suffered serious Illness Friday evening from obstruction of the bowels. On Saturday he was taken to the McCreery hospital at Whlttemore. Bo was reported better Monday. While hl.i condition is still .serious it Is hoped he will recover without an operation. Mrs. Alvin ZumacTi entertained the members of h«r sewing circle last week "Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Bailey, and children of Iowa Falls drove hero to spend Sunday at the parental Frank Bailey home. The Legion and Auxiliary held a joint meeting last week Monday evening with Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Ohm as host and hostess. Mary -OoorRia, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. G. W. Ne.wel has been under the care of a physician since last week. ah.- has throat trouble. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Newel drovo to Waldorf, Minn.. Saturday evening for •\ visit, with the latter's mother, Mrs. Alary Sorenson and family. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Wolsbrod and children, Hazel and Maurice and Verlin Espo were six o'clock dinner guests :it the F. E. Weisbrod home in Emmetsburg Sunday. Mrs. Peter Hayenga was taken to the Miller hospital in Fairmont the fore part of last we<k where she underwent ,i major operation on Tuesday. She is recovering nicely. Florence Wolsbrod. teaching in D?s Moines nnd Marjorle Elliott of Webster City were woek end visitors at the home of the former's parents, Mr and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Warner and their daughter Sally Ann of Des Moln<•« came Saturday for a visit at the parental Sam Warner home. Mr. Warner returned Sunday evening. Mrs Warner will remain for a two wrek.s visit. Margie Klelnhexnll was a six o'clock <!mner gurst at the W. R. Wolfe home last week Wednesday evening. She left Saturday after closing her slxtl consecutive term In our public school for her home at Archer. Miss Kh-in- licxall will return npaln next yoar. Tho Methodist Aid society met Fri- Sheriff On tlii" Republican TirUK Subject to til- will of the vou-ro ut the June Piiinarics. Y.n;.- :-,uppori will bn appreciated. Gilbert Hargreaves eo:oo»wa Mrs. George Aman and daughter. Thpcla were Monday visitors In Mason City. W. Z. Miller visited Sunday evening at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. B. E. Saunders. Mrs. Bert Saunders visited Monday nfterncon at the home of Mrs. May Harris and family. Mario Harris and Arthur Stueber were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Sarah Wise and family. The Sexton ball team played Uie Doan team at the Doan baseball diamond Sunday. The Sexton team won the game. Mrs. May Harris nnd daughter. Mary were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hanson near Wesley. Mrs. W. Z. Miller and daughter. Lois visited the first of last week at Sioux City at th<? home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Thornton. Winifred Plumb, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plumb, visited the fore part of this week with her grandmother. Mrs. MitcVyell In Algona. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield nnd daughter. Edith, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richards of Algona to Blue Fnrth Sunday, where th?y spent the day visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. August Kirscltfiaum and children. Kathryn and Leo, drove to Crystal Lake last week Thursday morning where they with the Ollie Kirschbaum family spent the day fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glav^ 6f Britt nnd Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Johnson and little son of near Goldfleld were all Sunday dinner guests nt the home of their daughter and sister. Mrs. Fred Neabrlng nnd family. Andy Bak-er. sons Kenneth and Vir- pil. daughter Mable. Nellie Christianson and a boy friend of Kenneth Baker nil of Mason City were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John V. Huff. Mrs. Stanley Gardner and little daughter. Donna Jean of Algona also visited there Sunday. Mm. August Kirschbaum, children Kathryn nnd Ix-o, Mrs. Sarah Wise, daughters Nell nnd Mrs. Drusilla Ncbie were Sunday afternoon visitors nt the honv? of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Kisenman nnd family near Britt. Mr. Eisenman has been quite sick nnd is still confined to his bed. Mrs. Kirsch- bnum Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elsenman. Wesley: The annual junior-senior banquet of 1934 Is a thing of the past, but with it lingers precious memories of the occasion. The senior class colors, red and white, predominated In the decorating of the lodge hall where tables were laid for the serving of 45 students and members of the faculty. The banquet was carried out In the violin musical them* with the attendants finding their places at the tables by their names printed on violin booklets. This was in line with their motto. "On the violin of life, we play the chords of success." Pretty little red and white nut cups wer? nt each place. The program proved very entertaining with the welcome given by the junior octette, prelude by Maxlne Wolfe, Chords of Success. June Hudson. Melody by Thocla Eisenbacher. Stradivar- lus, Supt. K. R. Rowley. Notes to Seniors. Dennis Lelckteig. nnd the final song. The junior c'ass presented favors to the members of the senior class, to the and to their sponsor, Miss Helen After the banquet nnd program the party drove to Alprona where they attended the show "Viva Villa," nnd thus ended the activities of a most pkasant evening. who hnv.? a birthday this month, each a birthday gift. The baccalaureate services took place at the Klelnpeter hall as scheduled for Sunday night with a gotxily share of the parents of the graduates and friends present for tho occasion. The processional was played by Miss Packard followed by convocation by Rev. McNulty. A mixed chorus sang ••Beautiful Savior." followed bv the sermon delivered by Rev. McNulty. Rev. and Mrs. McNulty spent, from Monday morning until Thursday of last W"?ek at Famhamvllle, where they were called owing to the illness and death of Mrs. McNulty's brother-in-law. Wm. S. Clutter, 69. who passed awny following a short Illness with Influenza and double pneumc/nla. Futternl services were held W-e-dnesday afternoon at the Congregational church at Farnhamville of which he hadi been a faithful member for forty years. He was a prominent and prosperous farmer and his funeral was very larprlv attended ns his friends in the community and elsewhere were numbered greatly. Ho leaves his wife, a daughter and a son. Parochial Graduation Graduation exercises for the members of the eighth grade graduation class of the St. Joseph's parochial school will be held June 3rd with diplomas being presented by the Rev. A. J. Wagner. School closes Tuesday. May 29th. Members of the oraduatlng class are John Welg, Mark Studer, Ma- thlas Erdmann, Duane Sherman, James Cruise, Dorothy Youngwirth. Alice Forburger. Lucille Hlldmann, Ruth Mcuhe and Thclma Oppednhl. Their clnss plays were presented Monday niiht to a largf nnd npprecintlve audience. Burt Buttermaker and Wife Entertain 6th Division Members Burt: Mr. nnd Mrs. Lambert Roetman entertained the buttemiakers and their wtv-rs of the sixth divisions of the county at their home on Thursday of last week. Forty were present nnd interesting meeting held. TITONKA MAN I. B. A. SECRETARY Kossuth Man Honored at Meeting Held in Sioux City Recently Titoiik;i: At a meeting hold at Sioux City last w,ok bankrrs of Northwest Iowa elrctod Wm. Boykcn secretary of eroup two of the Iowa Bvikers' A.e*o- cintion for a two yrnr t^rm. Mr. Boyken is vice president of the T'tonka Savings Bank and prrsldmt of the Kossuth CAninty Bankers Association The seniors went to Clear Luke Monday for their annual "Skip Day." Mrs. Flick Davis of Bancroft visited Tuesday with Mr-. Harold Johnson The Gerrfte Krueger family mover! Into the Krominga residence the past week Mi.s,s Gladys BogBC;,.s vi.Mtcd r»! F.s- thrrville a few days the fore pni't of the week. A pre-nuptial shower was held for Magdalene Sartor at Bancroft. Thursday night. Dorothy and Henry Radmankor drove to Dos Moines Sunday to visit ''loir father. John Radamnkor. who urdiv- went, an operation at n hospital tlvre the post wrek. Mrs. Rartnimkrr bwn staying at DPS Moines ;o be :i<Mr her husband. Saturday morning Mrs Horace Sehenek, the Misses Ruth Mayborry, Irmn Campbell. Alleno Johnson. Btm- lah and Lorrcin Larson. Lillian Crone. Lmira Srwick and Gladys Burkina drove to B\ifTnlo Center and had a breakfast party on Kthel Wollmeyer. Miss Wellmeyer formerly tnueht at Tl- tonkn. Sunday the Tltonka ball club journeyed to Buffalo Center to help put on an exhibition r*t good fast ball playing. Home runs by Bob Wood and Bill Batt featured the game. Bockoi- man, Cnllies and Batt did ttv- mound duties and Batt caught a nice panic behind the pinto for tho locals. The score Tltonka 11. Buffalo 9. The frirls in the freshman and 'vnior homo economic.s classes ei'tertnined tholr motliors Tue.'rtay afternoon in tho domestic sclemv rooms. A short program was presented aftor which a delicious lunch was served whidi had been prepared by the Rirls. Tho jzu'-sis Mrsdamos Bftrl Blakoly. L. C. Heifno-. Fred Boykmn, Goorpe Kwn, Ose?r Miller. Roy Budlong. H. A .French and Miss Maude Stecker. Mr?. H. I. Torgors-n was honored at Attends Graduation Edson demons, who Is working here in the Monitor office for W. A. MacArthur. wont attend the to Lakota Wednesday to commencement ewrcls"$ One of his daughters is a graduate of the class this year. LOTTS CREEK NEWS Lillian Schallln helped (it the Rev. Fienv home several days week. Mrs. Flene h:us been on the r.ick list. Mrs. Ed Kuock'T. Mrs. Otto Wich- t''ndahl. Mrs. Noah Rclsner and Mrs. Nick GeiiRtM vi-ited the Lutheran La- tlles Aid .society meeting at Whitte- moro on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. John Kohl we* accompanied the John Jacob family to Austin, Minn., la t Thursday. Mrs K"hlwes visited IPT .MIII. O-car and family nnd tho Jacobs visit d with Mr. .Jacobs' parents. The Merli- CulbcrUon futnily. the M.irtin and Win. Meyer families spent. Thursday ownln;-; nt tli. Anuu.-.t Meyer homo in Ponton in honor of the •10th wedding anniversary of Mr. and M'.-.s. Meyer. The Yoiijiff P. oplu's .society met on Friday «'vi ntmr. A fair .sized crowd nt- i-iul-d. The entertainment cor.'.iMed of .•tunics and miinbcr.s by Die German ixiiKl. Tlif .v.-rvin 1 ,,' commUti-' rousn.t- >d of Luella and Lucille M;\V<T. Kcn- !!•(.': Km ck'/r. and Kduin WichU'miahl. Mr. nnd Mrs. Armour Lemkee nnd children of Irvington were Sunday Bursts at the J. T. Meuror home. Henry nnd Loui.w Hnuptly were Sunday guests nt the home of their parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jacob Hauptly. Mr. nnd Mrs. Leo Bleich nnd two daughters woro guests Sunday nt the Smith parental home nt Goldfield. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Dlrkscn nnd fnmlly of Albert Lea were week end guests at the home of hor father. B. J. Muehe. The Frank Kouba. Jr.. I. A. Gerdes, George Aldrich nnd L. L. Lease families enjoyed a picnic outing at the State Pnrk nt Clear Lake Sunday. Miss Valera Meyer, grnde teacher in the Mason City schools, spent from Friday night until Sunday visiting nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison. Memorial services will be held at the Methodist church next Sunday morn- Ing with special music by the choir. Sunday 'school as usual at eleven o'clock. Mr. nnd Mrs. Vee Mullin nnd fnm- lly drove to Emmetsburg Sundny evening where they pleasantly .-wnt n f?w hours nt the home of his cousin, Gor- dcn Carpenter nnd family. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Rlcke and family of William. 1 ! wor> week end guests nt the honio^ of their parents, the Stuftlicks at St. Benedict and the Henry Rlcke.s scuth of town. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben F. Pelt were over tho week end guests a! the home of his mother. Mr*. Mary Felt at Mason City. Grniicfmn Pel! is about (lie .same a- y ar and is beinir cared for by a practical nurse at all tlmo.s. Mr. nnd Mrs. John AnK'.sbiirv. Mr. nnd Mr.-.. Anthony Hildmnn and Mr. end Mrs. Sturdivant motored t, > Lost Island Sunday where they spent the Lutheran Mission Festival The congregation of the Lutheran church celebrated their annual mission festival Sunday. Rev. L. F. Schneider of Loster. lown. preached in the forenoon. Rev. W. H. Dtscher of Whltte- more was the speaker In tlv afternoon. Tho Indies served a luncheon in the church dining room nt noon. A large crowd attended the festival. Tlie Auxiliary ladies will have a poppy sale Saturday. Mrs. Clalr Winkle is ill with n throat Infection at the Algona hospital. Mrs. A. H. Nafus of Nashua is visiting at the E. O. Chip-man home. Miss Clara Shaw visited Mrs. N. E. Vokntinc nt Fairmont, Minn.. Sunday. A Masonic meeting of Past Masters was hold here last Thursday evening. Mrs. G. C. Gidditifrs will entertain the Birthday Circle Thursday cf tills week. A baby boy was recently born to Mr. and Mrs. Raney Putz nenr Truman, Minn. Mr. (lav on a pirnic cm'in<: and friliiiu;. | H So;:rm;:n Hoeck of Wisconsin hiis been visiting at the home of Mrs. Au«usta Kinney. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chris Godfreilson of Algona called nt the Oscar Riddle home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Joss Thorson moved Into the Smith house on Main street Monday. L. D. Hodgson, who has Ix'cn seriously 111 with pneumonia i.s reported as Improving at this time Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Morness drove to Blue Earth Friday where they railed at the N. E. Whltehurst home. The Auxiliary ladie.s will hav a work mcct.iiiK at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. H.ul ke on Friday of this week. Mr. and Mr--. Meyers and children (if niaioiv moved into the house vneu'.ed bv tlic Roy Ollem family the llr.-.l of the weelc. Mr. and Mrs I,. M H 'earlier went to Son-it Lake Mondav \vh re they will few day.s with Mr. and Mr.,. Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl nf City nre visiting the S. G. K family east of town. I Clayton Schriener of Oclwein was n week •end gue.'t nt the h,me of his friend. Miss Arclit.h Nnunian. Win. Ricklefs local candidate for sheriff of Kossuth county, wis campaigning ii\ Swea City Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Newville of Mason City were visiting Sunday with his parents. Mr. nnri Mrs. C. J. Newvlll-'. Baccalaureate services were held on Sunday night. May 20th nt the Lutheran church Rov. Schoenleln delivered the sermon. Howard French nnd M. S. Craven drove to Spirit Lake Monday night on a short ashing trip, staying till Wednesday evening. Dale Craven. Frank D. F'flinr. Arlo Lnrfien nnd Wayne Hag* 1 !! tried their luck on Silver Lake Tuesday. Nn prcord cntch wa.s reported. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hughes and Mr?. Henry Car-Ins who have been visiting the L. C. Heifner home the past week, returned to tlvir home aj, Afton .Sunday. Mrs. Win. Larson returned home on Wednesday evening from Hurt when she helped take cave of Mrs ni'berl Nelson, who has been quite ill the post wtek. Mrs. W. F. Haimtrcet. Watson and Twylah. left for Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania. Wednesday to attend the golden wedding anniversary of Mrs. Ham- s'reel's parents. The news arrived the past week from Detroit. Michigan, that Mr. nnd Mrs. Soph us Nelson were the proud and happy parents of n new baby boy. Mrs. Nelson was B?ulah Schutjcr before her marriage. Saturday afternoon Wm. Stenzel's HttV? 3 year old son while riding his tricycle en the porch, came too close to the ed;?e nnd tipped oft breaking his arm. Medical attention was secured Immediately. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. V. Pendergn't nnd Betty Kokesh accompanied by Mr. nnd Mrjs J. F. Fisher attended church at Clear Lake Sunday morning after which they drove to Has:. Park ut, Mn.soii City for n picnic lunch. Q, r a surprise birthday party Monday evening. May 14th Riven by Mrs. Stephen Do Vries nt the lattor's home. The pnest-s were: Mr". II. I. Torprsen. Mrs. Carl F. callies. Mrs. C A. Moon, Mrs ,t P Fisher. Miss Meryl . Irma Campbell Mrs. Torjrrrson WM the recipient, nf m:\nv Rifts. Cards were played and Mrrh honors w-~re carried otT by Mi.---, Campbell and Mrs. J. F. Fishrr rrreiyod the low anri Mrs. rorgersen received tho travl prl/>o. Tho senior cln-is plnv. "Shirt, Sleeves" wa.s r'ro.sonted to a well filled auditorium Thursday and Fridnv nights the, past weok. Miss Alleno Johnson. English Vncher. who coached the play did remarkably well In assigning the parts caitso the players stomod tn tnko their parts well. Tlie oust, of characters included Wilbur Schram. H-Men Boed. Bill Kennedy. Ardith Nnuman. Lots Heifnor. Herman Riggert, Bernice Larson. Geo. Bookelman. Lorraine Peterson. Stanley Larson. Russol Kuclien- rcuUior, HR^ol Miller. Alice Pannkuk. Paulino Blakolv. Feriv Krant?. Donald C-^grovc and Art Askin. F. A. NEWVILLE for Constable Alir»iia Ti'wnsliip Your Vot«> Will He ;i|)|)ri'ci;il('<l. 21* BEER Kor Yiuir Sunday Kato Lager Beer, $1.19 12 Bottle Case Schlitx. Biuhvcisri 1 . Old Stvlc Lau-cr. (inldm drain I'.rll. Si-lii-11. JOE BLOOM ('arising spac<> in hack of our store. i DANCE Karl Wood and lli.> MUMC. uy, May ~l Cii'o. R Ivt'e'.s Hnin.swiek R cording Band. 14 plctvs Sat., Suii., Mav :!li-'!7 Surf Balh'oom Clear Lake, Iowa Clever Styles in WHITE Brimmed Hats It's a brim that does it ... adds chic to your costume and a welcome flattery to you. Especially if it's cue of tliese brand-new pique or linen atyles we're featuring very specially from S1.95 «p. If you know your brima tola summar, you'll hurry to choose one of these particularly smart hats. The Elite However, ti -hill!j "wasn't so ('nnd" Mr. UIK\ Mrs. J lin Ani": bury drove to Carroll Mollv r'-> Day \vh--Te they .'P'lil the day vi-iiint' at tlie Mr.-, Kh- I'aty th Ame.'-biirv and William Anie.s- burv Ionics. Thc-v were arcomp-inied to Carroll by I/-e Hopkins of Ahjrma. f.. H. Kleinpeter who .'-ol'l •"ut his .•-hoi' businc.s.s in .Storm Lal;e a inniith a!io af'.cr being in busine-.s th:-re a year, will move to Ida Grov June l'-t where Roy ha 1 ', lucvo'ed a |jo-H'cr.i with a linn .selling' wa .Inn;: M':,i Mii;:d O-'lif .Sariol' "!' Tilo]j';:i jtpi-nt Monday here vi.-]tin<: lii-r li'ii lul. I Mis-; lyab. 1 Kermis ;;| llu- U'lfplioiif ! <'>:chan/:c. Mi-.s .Sartor tain-ln lii'-t and | .'. roiui primary in the Magnolia .-el.r.o!, it ii y- ar, cuiiipMein-.' her v.'orl: Hu- ll'h of May. ISann.s 1 r tile approachm.: main a; 1 : ot Ml:>5 Lurill.' Kun/ lo Kayinniul \Y''h- !er oi" Algona and M;>s iJohira (YiK., ' lo Kenneth Dwyer ot llumboid' ">viv maue public lur til" lirM. tune '(' the Hi. Jo.-,eph'., I'.ithnlie diurr 1 ' .Sund.iy iiiornir-',:. lVi:':i •Acddini.- v. ill ink. 1 place tin> j,.irl ol Jura. The lady m mbors of U.<- til. .Io- :eph palish "enjoyed" a .scrubbing be< J it the church Tuesday aHenmon. this wing their annual spring hou.v cleaning ai the church. The mukings ( t a delicious lunch weiv brought by tin. 1 and needle.-s to say greatly enjoyed after their hours of labor. The first and solemn communion will ae given to a large group of boy.s and girls at the St. Joseph's Catholic churcli next Sunday morning at the 7:30 mass. The class is exceptionally [..• this year inasmuch as tni.-> first communion has not buen administered at Uie local churcli for two yc-ira. Mrs. Alma Marpee and daughter. Maureen of Wichita, Kansas, spent Uie foix- part of last week here visiting her sister, Mrs. H. J. Braley. Mrs. Marpee and daughter expect to leave £0011 for Chicago where Uiey will spend Uie summer months, returning to Kansas for Uie cooler inonUis of the year. Wallace Donovan and son. Clarenct- and Halvor Plorn, Jr.. drove to Alexandria, Minn., Tuesday of last week where in the afternoon they attended the funeral of Peter Anderson. Mrs. Donovan and Mrs. Flcm who had been at tile Anderson home since Thursday returned home with Uieui the tame evening. Tlie local American Legion Auxiliary lias been called upon to help wiuh the May birthday party to be held ut the Ktioxville bospital thu week. A group of the uiembers niude and sent out three dozeu pop corn balls aud a cusli contribution of $1.00 which will be added to the fund to buy Uie seventy boys Mr. and Mrs. W. A. La'leudorf. Miss C'lara .Shaw. Lucille H-.irtlett am! Mrs. fjay Lador.dorf ol Alptina drove to K! . MLv Wilma Hluir; :ter clo.--d a .'•ucri .vlul term (it ':iiool in I 1 lo',vn-iu|i la-1 Friday A .selio.jl 1 ".' \va.s ei;jo\i-d l,y all. Mr. and Mr.. Charl •;< Ni'wviil Til-inl::i end Mr. \i!le ol Ma-on ( 1' I :u , n );on:r M 'I'll- C n nd Mr-,. Fr.uil- tv r.illed at t liind.iy. '!,•!••!! w!io lia- i at t:e I.'• I !•) n-tiirn \v< i;. ,I:iiin S' i • -.v i ni th.- h.-m . .Mr. and M:'. .Hid Mr--. J. H. n Tu" d.iv (.f I'cJit d iJie Ada liiliiiii ".in- \\in' 'I i .-.ill r c I {•••••••••••••••••••••I USED CARS Chrysler Sedan Ford Model A Coach 1932 Chevrolet Coach das Oil Batteries I'sed Furnace for sale. Kohlhaas Bros. lone 1200 Iowa. lili'..-.1,111 : la'.I v,.'.l; Mann h-.'i i-r 1:1 (.'.;!, Wilii....r. eaiiir (iown .Saturday .Sunday. list el ;-Hd lii.- l.iilier. Tom Triiiner. it tl fur .Jvraiil. Indiana. \\ here !hr> \\<\\ \i-ii Mr. and Mrs. .1. P HUi',v. Ml.- 1 -. I-'lor- I-IHX- .Stow and Darlrne .Slolt. W(l!.i:d Stow and Cecil C5odlred.-> in drove to Nvwtion .Saturday. Tlir-y n'tunwd hoiiu- Kundiiy. Mis:; Mary Fairbanks came home Iroin Fort DodKe last, week when- .she has bi't-ii workniK f<jr a niunber of years She Ls vLsiting her par. ms. Mr. and Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks. It'-v. S. H. Aten left Monday »ight for Cleveland, Ohio, where he will attend the general assembly of the Presbyterian church,. Rev. Aten was a tommissJiier from tlie Fort Dodge Presbytery. Mrs. JiLS, Patterson and daughter. Durlene ot C 'lorado, uild Mr. and MJV Allen Carr drove lo Mankato Sunday to visit relatives Lawrence Wollcott and daughter of Algona ako accuni- Piimed th.:-m Mrs. H. W Trainer who has be»-n seriously ill at the KossuUi hospital, was able to return IKTIU; Saturday, which will be good news to her friends. Her sister, May Spr-idiing, a registered nurse, is caring for hr.-r Miss Marie Grover has been visiting her Bister. Mrs. R. M. Wallace at Algona the past week. 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