The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 7, 1934 MARRIAGE OF MISS RUBY KOEPKE, WILFRED COLEMAN THURSDAY EVENING /Showers Honoring Bride- to-be Were Given During The Past Week Irvington: The Ladles Aid society entertained about sixty ladies at a very • delightful party last Thursday afternoon at the church annex honoring Miss Ruby Koepke, whose approaching marriage to Wilfred Coleman will be solemnized next Thursday evening at the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Prank EMteworth with •whom she has made her home for several years. Several guessing garni* comprised the entertainment for the afternoon conducted by Mrs. John Schultz and Mrs. George Wolfe. Later Miss Koepke unwrapped her packages assisted by the Misses Katherine and Dorothy Schultz. She received many •useful and lovely gifts. The ladies then served lunch which was enjoyed by all. Out of town guests were Mrs. Coleman of LuVerne, Mrs. Edw. Ditsworth of Hurt, Mrs. .Cora Virgin, her mother, Mrs. M. E. Worster, Mrs. Alice Uitsworth, RJV. English and his daughter, Ethel, and Eunice Bowman, all of Algona. Shower at Egel Home Misg Effie Egei entertained a number of Irvington's younger set at a miscellaneous show-sr last Friday af- •ternoon honoring Miss Ruby Koepke. A recipe book was made for the honoree and a guessing game was enjoyed. Later In the afternoon lunch was served and Ruby opened her gifts. Twelve girla enjoyed the party. The Irvington baseball team was vlc- "torious Sunday afternoon defeating the Hobarton nine 5 to 0. However the game was not completed due to the rain. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wolfe visited last Wednesday with the Paul Hudson family. The Wolfes live in Rlverdale township on the old Ned Dodge place. The two ladies are sisters. Several in this community noticed the sun dogs last Saturday afternoon and several plausible reasons were given by different ones. However, they are very uncommon at this time of the year. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Alice C'alry of Whittemore. In the afternoon the Seeleys motored to Armstrong and visited relatives and returned later in the evening. Bernard Frankl returned to Irvington last Friday for a visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Frankl. Bernard Is employed at Brooklinc, Massachusetts, and will spend his week's vacation here. Roy Watson and son, Bob, arrived last Saturday morning from California .for a visit with their family. Dick, another £on, also returned from Decorah the same day. Bob will remain the entire summer. Donald Frankl suffered a very painful accident last week when he ran a barb wire into his left hand while he was assisting his father with some Teed grinding. Later infection developed and it became necessary to administer a shot for lockjaw. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard attended the funeral last Sunday afternoon of Mrs. W. W. O'EKll of Bancroft. Some years ago when the Blanchard family lived at Bancroft the two families were neighbors. Mrs. O'Dell is one of Bancroft's oldest citizens. Mrs. Roy Clarke of Decornh visited from W- dnesdny until Sunday of last week with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Oeo. Johnson. On Saturday Mrs. Johnson's sister from Waterloo, her mother, Mrs. Chas. Clarke of Brttt and another sister, Mrs. Ben Hartzcll were her guests. Mr. and Mrs. John Bockes and their two children, Kenneth and Joyce visited Sunday with Mrs. Bockes' brother, Ralph, stumbo at Corwith. On Friday evening Mrs. Bock-?s attended a shower in Algona honoring Mrs. Edw. Ostrum given by Mrs. E. A. Ouderlan and Mrs. Frank Ostrum. Miss Leona Stewart, who formerly lived west of Irvington, now taking a course in beauty culture at Des Moines waa a guest at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart of Algona on Memorial Day. Thursday the Stewart family motored with Leona back to Des Moines, where she will resume her studies. Lou Crammond of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, visited r«|tetlves here last Tuesday and Wednesday. Tuesday accompanied by his cousin Mrs. Alice Duryea and the Ralph Lage family, he visited relatives at Seneca. Among other Memorial visitors here were the Will Parsons family of Belmond and Mrs. Rachael Shackleford of Algona. Evidently the demand is Just as great as ever for rentnig farms. The George Wolfes are moving next March 1st from the farm, owned by Mrs. Woods to a place they have purchased east of LuVerne and to date exactly fifty-four individuals have wanted to rent this farm. Julius Kunz of Wesley is managing Mrs. Woods' business transactions here. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Leigh and family visited Decoration Day at Algona with Mrs. Chas. Magnusson, mother of Mrs. Leigh. Other guests included Wm. LMgh and son, Robert, of Amboy, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Butterfield of Elmore. The latter two were former residents of this community and Mrs. Wm. Leigh, known to many here as Jennie Magnusson, is buried at Algona. Howard Clarke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Clarke, of Britt, and brother of Mrs. Ray Fitch and George Johnson of this vicinity was married last Sunday at Mason City to Miss Edna Bunkofske of Burt. At present Howard Is ed in the singles snowing under the married men. The next game was between the pick of the county high school teams and the Titonka Indians and was very interesting. The younger aggregation gave way but not before they had demonstrated to the older playj'rs what they could do. Mrs. John Wood spent Wednesday evening visiting old friends at Bancroft. Howard Andrews and Wm. Denton left Saturday night for Spirit Lake to fish for a few of the big ones at that place. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Larson and son, Roger, Jeft for the north early Sunday morning to be gone for a week on a fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cosgrove of Hammond, Indiana, arrived here Wednesday for an extended visit with his parents and many friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Penrtergast and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Fisher drove to Fort Dodge Thursday nipht to attend a lecture by a national figure. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Nelson of Burt were in town Saturday visiting friends for a short time. Mr. Nelson is reported to have sold his farm and seeks a location in town. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Wilson were Mason City callers last Friday, thi Misses Crone and Henderson accom panylng them that far on their way to their respective homes. Titonka Young Man Is Assigned Pastorate Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Pnnn- uk with their son and daughter. Bon .nd Fanny attended the graduation xerctees of their son, John at the Lu- heran Theological seminary at Du- juqws Wednesday evening. John hns been appointed to nil the pulpit at Hop- klnton, Iowa, and will take charge immediately. On their way home the Pannkuks stopped at Aplington, Town, where they made a short visit with his son, the Rev. Henry Pannkuk. nic. Mi.-s Blnck will cro to Union township to trnch noxt y-rnr nnd Miss Knth- f-rinp Schult7. nnd Normn Raney have brrn engaged to toach here for the noxt LOTTS CREEK NEWS working near Sexton and Edna will remain at home. However after March 1st they will go to farming. Howard has visited many times at Irvington and has a host ot friends who wish •him good luck. James Hill former manager of the local Irvington Co-operative elevator and his brother spent a few hours in this vicinity last Thursday on their way back to their home at Rock Rapids, Iowa, from the Wesley neighborhood where thsy had spent Memorial day. Jim is now operating a harness and shoe repair shop and states that this portion of the state looked much better than where he is living. He also remarked that stock was dying there for want of water and those whose wells had gone dry were buying water. Word was received here last week of the death of Mrs. Nick Groh of Le- Mars at her home there on Wednesday morning. Mrs. Groh was 70 years old at the time of her death. She own*d the farm now tenanted by the M. E. Blanchards known to older residents as the Rollte- Bush place. Mrs. Groh is survived by a daughter, who has been here many times looking after the farm owned by her mother and her husband. Later word was received here that Mr. Groh passed away at his home in LeMars Sunday morning. No definite particulars were given. Trinity Lutherans Held Their Mission Festival! The Algona Trinity Lutheran church celebrated its annual mission festival last Sunday. A large crowd especially in the afternoon attended the festival. The Rev. G. R. Juengel of Fort Dodge, conducted the forenoon services, while the Rev. V. Kollman of Royal, Iowa, preached the English sermon in the afternoon services. The choir and school children helped to beautify the services by the singing of appropriate songs. The following pastors beside the festive speakers attended the services: Revs. R. W. Kabelltz of Fenton, E. Flene, Lotts Creek, I. G. Kitzmann of West Bend, W. H. Discher of Whittemore, H. D. Stahmer of Cylinder, Louis Wittenberg of LuVerne. W. H. Schlei of Livermore and Prof. W. H. Behnke of Whittemore. The concert given by the band and octet on Friday was very well attended. Louise Ruhnke was released from quarantine last Tuesday after having had scarlet fever. The Frank Schueller family attended the funeral of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Schueller. Ronald ncted as pall bearer. Th.? Rev. E. Fiene left Tuesday to attend a pastoral convention of the northwestern district at Marcus, Iowa. He will return home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dreycr accompanied by Bill's mother of Hobarton spent the week end in Austin, Minn., at the Carl and Henry Dreyer homes. Mrs. Anna Mittag and Mr. nnd Mrs. 3dwin Mittag visited at the F. W. Mit- ag home on Sunday evening. F. W. Wittag has been confined to his bed most of last week Margaret Fiene spent a week vislt- ng at the D. L. Driver home in Algona. Mallnda Kaading who has been 111 with intestinal flu and complications, i somewhat improved. In the ball game between Lotts Creek and Fenton Sunday, Lotts Creek was defeated by a score of 6 to 2. An extremely large crowd attended the game. The local bfend played several numbers. . About twenty-five neighbors arrived at tlv Rnlph Brown !icme fnrly Inst Friday morning to wreck his large cat- tlo barn partly demolished by the wind recently. Rnlph will begin to rebuild nt once. Mrs. Brown served the men dinner. Irvington township has three candidates that have announced themselves r,s wanting the office of township assessor. Mrs. A. L. Benschoter of the Irvington precinct. A. L. Greenfield of Sexton and Leslie Jenkins of the Rich Point neighborhood. Mike Loss. Jr., entertained somfc friends last Wednesday evening at a dnncing party at the shelter house at tlio Call State Park. On the same night, the Irvington baseball club sponsored a benefit danc-e at the I. O. O. F. hall. A good crowd was reported. Last Thursday Sim Leigh celebrated his birthday. In the evening the John Bockes and Paul Blumer families nrriv- -d to help make festive the occasion. Phillip, eight year old son of the Blu- mcrs also had a birthday on the same- date and the families always get together on this occasion. The republican caucus was held Ip.st Monday evening at the local < leva* or. Hugh 'Raney. precinct com mil tec man Annual Picnic at Lotts Creek Planned for Sunday The annual picnic of the- Letts Creek parish school will be h^M noxt. Sunday, Juno 10, one-half mil^ north nnd 1 1 4 miles west of the church. This is a big event of the year nnd is looked forward to by those who always onjny a good time. The interesting nnd pleasing program which will bfc presented is printed below: presided. Delegates elected to county conv--ntion were Fred Lutheran Parish School Closes The Trinity Lutheran Parish school closed for the summer vacation Monday. A picnic was held in the afternoon on the school grounds. The school had nn enrollment of twenty pupils Two children graduated and received their diplomas for high school entrance last Sunday. The graduates are Ruth Will and Alecn Bellinger. Rev. am Mrs. P. J. Brancr had charge of the school. Two Community Functions During Week at Titonka Titonka: Monday night was Mother and Daughters night here for the Rebekah lodge and a varied and interesting program was presented. A recitation, "The Meaning of the Carnation" by Stgwcll followed by another "A Fellow's Mother" by Stephen De Vrics, Jr.. were well given. A harmonica solo by Mrs. Intermill followed by the presentation of the play "Gold Star Mother" by the sixth grade pupils and a short address by Mrs. J. F. Fisher whose subject was "Why We Should Interest Our Daughters In Rcbekah Odd Fellowship" concluded the program. After the program games were played of various kinds and each was treated to a delicious lunch. School Community Day Thursday was community day at the school house which terminated the school year for the pupils. The program started at ten In the morning and lasted throughout the day till after Jive o'clock in the evening. A large crowd attended the program and a lunch was served at 12 o'clock. After lunch the band played for an hour followed by two ball games. The first game between the married and single men end- TITONKA NEWS America A. B. C. — Gertrude Kuecker Vacation Song Evening Chores— Victor FnTilstich Like Unto an Eagle — Octet Rain Bcrnloe Hasse Hunter and Rabbit. 'Fraid Cat— Phui Fuorstormu Comes a Birdie Mother's Day— Ruth Meino Evening Chimes — Octet "If— Dorald RndiR Hop. Hop. Hop rorn-Hncr Rhnprorty—Rob Lolnlnger Grandfather's Clock Equality--F.rtgnr Sr.hmiel Swruvr- River Octet, You Rrl Your Life—Dorothy Wioh- tenciahl June Brines Row- Poet ie Tn.)u?tire—<!eor(te'.ta Banniclc My IVK—Wilbert Ruhnke. Little Colt—Arlin Kohlwcs. Pony Ride Tlic Mule—F,v-Tett Mittag The Mill -Octet That COT^- Feeling—Lorna Faulstlcn Housewife—Viola Luedtke Fox and Goose Taking Possessions—Ruby FiHTstenatt Up In n Lofty Treo Gardrn Rain—Dolly Polratz The Candy Bar Tree--Kermlt Kuec- kor Old Oaken Bucket—Octet Wearing—Phyllis Gengler OiitRTOWlrtR cloth's—Robert Fuer- stonrui Bound: Lovely Evening. IRVINaTON NEWS Plnsb;rers have been busy the past week working at home. the Harry Seoley A large crowd attended the missionary society last Friday afternoon at the annex. Mr. nnd Mrs. Secloy from north of Whittemore visited last Tuesday with their son, Harry. Mrs. Paul Loaverton returned to her home south of Algona after a week's visit with friends at Charles City. Miss Ruth Black, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black, returned to her home Sunday from the Kossuth hospital where she has been recuperating from a serious infection. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dribler, Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson of Burt and Evert Van Stenbcrg were all Sunday guest.'; I at the Chas. Egel home. Irvington play-cd baseWaJl at St. Benedict last Sunday and suffered a good trouncing. However, upon returning the boys failed to report the score. The Fred Dole and Barney Frankl families were among those who attended the commencement exercises last Sunday •evening at the academy. Mr. and Mrs. Hrnry Scheppman and daughter. Esther, visited Sunday with Henry's brother and family at Lake- Held, Minn. They returned home the same day. The many friends of Stove Loss, Sr,. nre glad to hear he is recuperating no nicely at his home south of Irvington. after a K-ngthy stay at tho Kossuth hospital in Algona. The Aid society met Thursday at tho church annex. The program was a shower for Miss Ruby Kot-pk: whose approaching wedding to Wilfred Coloman has been announced. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber and Frank \Veb;r were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Walter Barr Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilklns were at the Forbes Stlltz home. The Rome Roblson family visited on Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Dan Schultz at Goldfleld. Since Mr. Schultz retired from farming he has been operating a gravel truck in that vicinity. Alvin Weber. M. L. Roney, Carl Snakes We have 140 pairs of snakes that need selling. They are up to date slippers made of genuine water snake skin. They came in the last big buy that I made in St. Louis. They are cool and nice for summer wear and very very dressy. They are real quality slippers and supposed to sell at M.OO to *5.00 a pair but as we do not litae snakes and want to close them out we offer any pair in the bunch at *1.98. We have all sizes and nearly all widths. This is a mighty pretty bargain and will not last long at $1.98 a pair. JIMMIE NEVILLE THE SHOE MAN ALGONA, IA- jfmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmummmummmmmmm Big Furniture Auction Saturday, June 9th Afternoon and Evening Naudain Bldg. West of Kent Motor This is by far the largest consignment to be sold in months. Par too larse to itemize. Among other things in this sate are unclaimed freieht merchandise consisting .of 8 packing oases of dishes, cloth- ingetc Furniture consisting of oak and walnut dining room suites, overstuffed davenports, breakfast sets, drop fcit tabes, a number of good ice boxes, ranging from 50 to 100 pounds, chairs, radios, rugs, chest of drawers, shop tools. Bring in your live stock or anything you nave to sell. Attend tills huge Auction. Auctioneers, Col. €. O Riddle & L. H. Dockhorn of Des Moines. Dr. D. E. Kulp of Emmetsburg was a business caller Tuesday afternoon. Qlen Relbsamen and son of Marshalltown were here Memorial Day. Mrs. Ted Rike injured her rlghjt arm Monday while cranking her car. Clayton Schreiner aad sister of Oel- w:in visited Friday with Miss Ardith Nauman. C. H. Cooper and K. I. Fisher made a business trip to Algona Monday morning. Titonka Indians played ball at Goodell Memorial Day losing by a score of 4 to 2. Mrs. F. C. Wentz and son, John Frederick, were visitors in Blue F.arth Memorial Day. Bern to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swalve Tuesday morning a baby girl. This is their second daughter. Mrs Will Amcsbury nnd son, Billie, are here visiting at the John Pin* and Earl Stott homes. Mr. and Mrs. Guldo Sartor are nicely settled in rooms over Dr. Sartor's office for the summer. Mr .and Mrs. Maurice Hansen are the proud parents of a baby girl born to them Tuesday afternoon. Earl Parker of Rudd was In charge of the Petersen barber shop during Andrew Petersen's absence. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hansen of Swea City spent Memorial Day with his mother, Mrs. Nelsena Hansen. Miss Marie Bufflngton will attend school at Cedar Falls this summer, teaving some day this week. Mrs. Betty Sturdlvant of Fort Dodge ! spent the past week visiting her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Smit hot Lakota spent Wednesday afternoon with their daughter, Mrs. Robert Clemens. The Budlong Bros, sold 100 head of cattle to Raymond Krantz and they were trucked to Austin, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Flick Davis of Bancroft drove down Saturday evening to I visit Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Larson and son, Roger returned Wednesday evening fijpm a flsning trip in northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ladendorf of Burt and Ray Ladendorf were recent visitors at the Lloyd Bartlett home in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Heifn«r and daughter, Lois, drove to Des Moines Wednesday. Miss Lois stayed to eiitsr a beauty culture school. Mrs. Ernest A. Hansen and daughter, Audrey and Miss Vivian Kruse of Rudd spent the week end with relatives in Titonka and Doan. Miss Edith Budlong of Hampton drove home Tuesday evening to spend Memorial Day. Miss Betty Budlong returned with her Wednesday evening. A post-nuptial shower was held 01 Saturday alt/.rnoon for Mrs. Clare Heif ner at the Geo. Higgins home. Many useful and beautiful gifts were rec«iv ed. Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Wright an ^ daughter, Lennioe of Colo, Iowa, spent; tew cups a day of tl: Is Saturday and Sunday visiting _ at ^ the I ^jj quickly, surely and the and Hugh Raney. Mrs. Fred Oeigel was elected to nil the vacancy of Mrs George Godfrey as commlttecwomr.n. Miss Ruth Black, oldest daughter o Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Black, has brei critically 111 the past week and was removed to the Kossuth hospital. It is rather unfortunate for Ruth to be 111 at this time as she is In this year's graduating class. However, Ruth has been one of Irvington's outstanding pupils and her scholastic standing has been of the highest. May she have a speedy recovery. A birthday surprise party was given to Mrs. T. J. Wlckwire last Monday evening when a number of her friends and neighbors called at her home. Later they departed to the Chris Jensen home where the evening was spent, playing games. Those who attended were the Frank nnd Isador Elsenbarths, L?o Dunlnp's, Burltngarnes, Egels. Lol- llers. Jennets, and Jensens. Late in the evening lunch wns served. Several from this community have received invitations to a shower honoring Miss Bcrnice Campbell, whose approaching marriage has been nnnounc- . d for June G at the Little Brown Church at Nashua. Miss Campbell is the only daughter of Mr. and Ralph Campbell of Seneca and who lived for Fome time with her parents when they tenanted the farm upon which th" Ralph Lnges now live. Miss Campbell's nance is a Mr. Chrlstrnsen of Ringstcd nnd after a trip to the Worlds Fair at Chicago they will reside at Ringstcd. Mesdames Walter Dal", John Storm and Rnlph Lage nre the hostesses for the shower on Friday afternoon. Tire codes come nnd tire cocks go but you'll still nnd outstanding valuer, at Gamble Stores. Here's one—a Crest Balloon Tire nnd a Gallon of Oil for CALL, THEATRE June 3-18 Algona, Iowa Nortlnvost Jmva Cooling Station TCP, Air, AValcr. Saiiitor. Always comfortably cool. f>0,(K>0 <>n. ft. Kooler Airo System, ('all HIP iionrost, 1ele|>hon<> operator for onr program, they Imvp the information. Western Electric Wide Range Sound Sun.-Mon., June 3-4 CLARK GABT.K MYRNA LOY WM. POWELL "MANHATTAN MELODRAMA" Now News Night Bofore Xmas Technicolor Ted Healy Musical "Tho Big Idea." $50.00 BANK DEPOSIT NIGHT $50.00 Otto Krugpr Karen Morloy Nils Asther less than you'd expect to pay for the tire. L UGDUClijr f rune 5 Wed.-Thurs., Tune 6-7 Fri.-Sat., June 8-9 Sun.-Mon., June 10-11 Tuesday, June 12 Wed.-Thurs., June 13-14 •THE CRIME DOCTOR" New News. Vinornt Lopez and Band Hollywood News WARNER BAXTER JIMMY DUNN 5 year old wonder. SHIRLEY TEMPLE AUNT JEMIMA in "STAND UP AND CHEER" RICHARD DIX IRENE DUNN "STINGAREF," The stars of "Cimmnron" Ride Again New News service, Paramount Serial, Scrappy and 3 reel feature comedy, Lnurcl & Hardy In "Oliver The Eighth" nlso Hagonbeck-Wallnce Circus wild animal menagerie with Clyde Beatty. world's greatest animal trainer in Episode No. 1, serial "THE LOST JUNGLE- JOAN CRAWFCmiJ "SADIE MC KEE" Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse in "Giant Land" and comic color "The Bravo Tin Soldier". New News. BANK DEPOSIT NIGHT SPENCER TRACV LORETTA YOUNG "MAN'S CASTLE" Hearst News. Comedy, "I'll Take Vanilla" DICK POWELL MILLS BROS. Ted Fiorito nml band nnd 3 Radio Roirues In "TWENTY MILLION SWEETHEARTS" New News. Junior Vltaphonc Feature America's Champion Good Man Who Went Wrong! Just One of tlie Many Interesting Stories Appearing In The American Wwkly. the Majraiine Distributed With Next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. Comedy—HOLLYWOOD PARTY—Mtisical Laurel and Hardy, Lupc Vclex, Polly Moran Fri.-Sat., Jack Pearl (Baron MunohhauMn) Ted Healy Chas. Bnltcrworth, Shirley ROM, Eddie Qulllon 15-16 * Jimmy Dnrante and Mickey Mouse No. 2 Clyde Bentty and Hnpentx-ck-Wnllnce clrcur, wild animals serial, "The Lost Jungle" q 11T1 TVTnn cll '.v Lombardo nnd Royal Canadians , ~r"'» Vi'lrz nntl Yolniida Burns and Allen June 17-18 -MANY HAPPY UETURNS- Hutchlns, B. Frankl and Fred served on the election board in the Irvington precinct. Only forty-three votes cast, this being one o f the lightest elections ever held. Little Betty Dye of Mason City, niece of Mrs. R. C. La«e came last Sunday 1 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer iDye to visit her aunt and cousins. The Dyes returned to their home the sam« ay but Betty will remain indefinitely. Miss Pearl Leigh closed her school ear last Friday with a program. On Sunday the school had their annual icnic and enjoyed the day. Miss Leigh i the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sim Leigh. Mrs. Mabel Potter of Spencer and Mrs. Lee Miller of Algona were week end guests at the O. L. Miller home. Mrs. Miller is Mr. Miller's moth*r. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hayne also visited Sunday with the Millers. Howard Blanchurd, son of Mr. and | Mrs. M. E. Blanchard arrived home ' ast week from Clarion where he has completed a successful school year of caching. Howard will remain at the parental home for the summer vacation. School will close this Friday in Irvington Dist. No. 9 with a school pic- OLD AGE PENSION TAX NOW DUE And Payable before JULY 1 Every person 21 years of age or over is subject to this tax of $ 1.00 for the year 1934. This should be paid before July I st. For your convenience there will be a representative from the treasurer's office at the bank or town hall in the following towns on dates named: RHEUMATISM Backache AND KIDNEY TROUBLE Drink your rheumatism and kidney troubles away with delicious YERB- AVTDA. one of Nature's greatest blood purifiers. No dope, no diet. Just a - 1 " 1 *" Herman Rachut home and with other friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Schwcppe and daughter, Beverly drove to St. Jauie^, Sunday to visii at the_ parental home. Their son, Earl, who has been visiting his grandparent the pait week, returned home with them. Mrs. Oaxrie Bonacktr, Mrs. Horace Scheuck, Mrs. Fred Weiitz, Mrs. Homer Downs, Mrs. Oscar Bluuehurd, Mri. Lev Wolff and Mrs. Mary Oc^Lc-rrcichc-r haw issued invitations tu atwud a kitchen shower, Thursday evening, June 1th, to be held in the Coliseum, honoring Miss Magdalene Swtor. hannleaBly cleanse your blood of uric acid. Your kidneys will rapidly improve and your backache disappear. You *u nuun. .-suits the first week, and by drinking Yerbavida continuously instead of tea and coffee, your rheumatism will be permanently relieved Yerbavida is inexpensive, too. A large package for only SI.00. If your local druggist cannot supply you, accept no substitute but send $1.00 direct to Yerbavida Sales Co., B1U Southwest Bldg.. Los Angeles, California. Or a 20-page book "The Story of Yerbavida' free on rfcguest. For Bale at Lusby'8 Drug Store. Bancroft __.__ Monday, June 11 Swea City __ Tuesday, June 12 Titonka __ Wednesday, June 13 LuVerne Thursday, June 14 Whittemore __ Friday, June 15 Ledyard Saturday, June 16 Wesley Monday, June 18 Burt Tuesday, June 19 Lakota __._ Wednesday, June 20 Lone Rock _ -Thursday, June 21 Fenton Friday, June 22 M. J. Duffy, County Treasurer, or a deputy will be on hand to receive payment of the tax. M. J. Duffy County i reasurer, Kossuth County.
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