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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 7,1934 Esther Lamnth Weds— I Thnrston-Ha*gara Nuptials- One of the prettiest weddings of the! One of the early JUTM wddlngs _of season occurred Tuesday morning at 7:30 at St. Cecelia's church when Esther Lamuth became the bride of Carroll Puth. Father T. J. Davern read the single ring ceremony. Before the ceremony Evelyn Bode sang "Because." During the services she sang "Domlne non som Dlgnos" and Schubert's "Ave Maria" assisted by Helen Zittrltsch with Julia McEnroe at the organ. The wedding march was played by the bride's sister, Mrs. William Ryno of Port Dodge. The church was decorated with a profusion of baskets of pink and white peonies, ferns and palms. The bride wore a dress of shell pink moussellne de sole with white accessories and carried a colonial bouquet of Talisman roses. She was attended by her sister, Irene, who wore hyacinth blue with white accessories and a shoulder corsage of pink roses. The groom was attended by his broth, Erwin Puth of Tama. A three course wedding breakfast was served to the sixteen immediate members of the two families at the Hotel Algona. Table decorations wer? pink and white. Following the breakfast a reception was held at. the home of the bride's parents from 12 until 2 o'clock. Relatives from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Puth, son Erwin and daughter. Luclle and Mrs. Orla Groves and two children. Bonnie and Patty of Tama. The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs. John Lamuth. She was graduated from the Algona high school In 1922 and attend-fd Iowa State College for two years. She taught school in (frrwlth and Whlttemore and was for A time employed In the office of the county treasurer. For the past three years she has been the obliging and Airnpetent commercial clerk In the offiob of the Northwestern Bell Telephone company. Mr, Puth Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. JV Puth of Tama. He received his education in the Tama school. He is now with the plant department of the Northwestern BeH Telephone Co.. a position which he has held for .the past ten years. The couple left for a two weeks wedding trip and upon their return will be temporarily located at Lakota. The bride's going away costume was of navy taffeta with gray accessories Mir?? Lamuth's many Algona friends extend best wishes. Kun*-Wehler Marriapc Monday— A wedding of interest to citizens of Wesley and Alpona took place Monday morning at seven o'clock at tho St. Joseph's Catholic church al \wsley when Miss Lucille Kunz. oldest daughter of Mrs. Ann M. Kunz. became th? bride of Raymond E. Wchler of Algonn. They took their marriaee vows in the presence of a largo feathering of friends from both towns when the Rev. A. J. Wagner read the nuptial mass, and •were attended by Miss Marie Wehler and Julius M. Kunz, sister and brother of the bridal couple. The bride wore a beautiful gown of a light blue color with white accessories, and carried a shower bouquet of orchids, lilies of the valley and Johanna roses . Miss "Wehter also wore blue and carried a bouciuet of pink roses and lillies of the valley. Both Mr. and Mrs. Wehler ore numbered among the finest young people lr the Algona and Wesley localities and have the best wishes of their many friends. Following the o?remony the bridal couple together with the members of their families retired to the bride's home where a wedding breakfast was served. Mrs. Wehler Is a graduate of the Wesley high school, and graduated from a course in nurses's training at the St Anthony hospital at Carroll where she did private duty for a. year and a half For the past two and a half years £he has been employed a-s nurse assistant at the Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer office in Algona. Sh? Ls a KM of pleasing personality and has a host of friends Mr. Wchler is manager of the Wehler Jewelry store in Algona. Following ; short wedding trip they will be at home in Algona when- they have rented the Falkenhalner apartment on North Thorington street. Germann-Bonder Wedding— On June 2. 1934, at St. John's Catholic church, Des Moines. Frances Oermann. the daughter of Mrs. Eva Germann, a pioneer of Prairie township, was united in marriage to Frank M. Bonder of Algona. Matilda Gerrru'iui, sister of tbrf bride, attended as bridesmaid and Attorney Clyde Conner, attended the groom. The bride wore a beautiful white bilk crepe suite with a gorgeous corsage of orchids and acce-ssories to match. Tlte bridesmaid wore a blue bilk c»-i>e dress with white accessories. the year is that of Miss Harriet Thurs- tou and John Allen Haggard. The single ring ceremony was read Monday morning at ten o'clock by the Episcopal rector at the horns of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Thurston at Virginia. Minnesota. Only Immediate relatives and friends of the couple were present. The brldv? was attended by Miss Rose Mary Johnson of Virginia, who is a teacher in the Ruthven schools. Mr. Haggard was attended by his brother- in-law. Forest F. Twogood. The new Mrs. Haggard is a graduate of Miss Woods school in Minneapolis where she took kindergarten work. Since her graduation she has taught wo years at Woodbine and the past ,-ear at Akron. Iowa. She is a charm- ng young woman and during her visits lere has made many friends. .' groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard. He was graduated Tom the Algona high school and at- ended the University of Iowa and Iowa State College. While at the university he became affiliated with the Phi Delta Theta fraternity. After complet- ng his college work he was for a time associated with his father in the loan nd land business, but for the pa-st year IB has been an appraiser for the Fedral Land Bank with headquarters in Spencer where he and his bride will mak-? their home. He has a host of Tiends who will extend best wishes to lim and his bride. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard and daughter, Barbara and Mr. and Mrs. Forest Twogood attended from Algona Couple Married Sunday A. M.— Martin Bradford Swanson and Gertrude Norman, both of Algona, were married Sunday morning at eight o'clock at the First Lutheran church Rev. M. A. Sjostrand performed the ceremony in the presence of about 3( friends and relatives. Lohengrin anc Mendelssohn wedding marches were played by Anna Nelson. The bride wore a powder blue crepe jacket dress with white accesories and carried a pink and whit? rose bouquet Her attcnd'ant, Lillian Swanson of Britt sister of the groom, wore a tea rose colored dress with a shoulder corsage of roses. Edwin Johnson of Algona was the best man. Following the crremony, the couple drove to Spencer where a three course wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's brother. Alvin Norman Eighteen were present. The new Mrs. Swanson is the daughter of Mrs. Anders Anderson of Algona and is a graduate of the Algona high school of tho class of 1026. Since then she has been teaching in the rura" schools around here. The groom is the son of Aueus Swaivcn of LuVerne and is now employed as attendant in the Aleona Co- oprrative Creamery oi! station. Mr. and Mrs. Swanson are at home now In the Vcra apartments. Kaln-Drone Nuptials— Fern Drone, son of Mrs. Anna Drone of Algona. and Ann M. Kain. dnuahter of Mrs. John Kain ot Plum Crc«k township, were united in marriage on Tuesday- morning ot eight oclock In the Catholic parsonage with Rev. T. J. Davern officiating at the ceremony. Mildred Kain nnd Gerhardt Drone, sister and brother of the bride and groom were in attendance. The brtde was attired in a. white and brown tailor-id suit and wore white accessories. The bridesmaid wore a white and blue suit with white accessories. A wedding dinner was served follow- ng the ceremony by the bride's mother at St. Cecelia's academy with seventy friends and relatives present. The bride graduated from the Algona high school in 1928 and attended fchool in Cedar Falls for two summers. Sine then she has taught in rural schools around her home. The couple are now at home on a tenant farm near the Mark Sarchet farm which the groom is working. Mr. and Mrs. Drone gave a weddini? dance Tuesday night at the floral hall at the fairgrounds and a large crowd was present. ust another that women attractive anc tiful as ever- do you think? "NO SPOONING?"—"Well, not with highballs, anyway!" The spoon IK the enemy of the highball, and by using Billy Baxter Self-Stirring Club Soda, this charming New York miss avoids spoon- stirring and enjoys better highballs. The activation of the highly compressed air 1 does the stirring. MARIE DR'ESS. LER, beloved vet' eran of the stago and the screen, goes In for a bit of bicycling and gets as much fun out of It a* any Wampas Baby. NON-STOP TO ROME—George R. Pond, (right) former Navy flier and Cesar* Sabelll, (left) started the trans-Atlantic flight season when they took off from Floyd Bennett field for trip to Rome, 4600 miles away, and landed In Moy, •reland. BONURA MAKES GOOD —New flrst baseman of the Chicago White Sox line* them out. HOMANCE OF THE PACKING INDUSTRY — This modernistic -^uiidir.i st the 1934 World's Fair in Chicago will contain exhibits showing Arn-.c.-.;r and Company's modern methods which bring tasty, whole- oomr r.-.cnis ID every section of the United States. FORMER U. S. SENATOR AND SON—in prl. son stripes. Col. Luke Lea, former Tennessee Senator, publisher ana political leader at the Raleigh, N. C. prison following conviction on banking law violations. Miss Helen Reddle and Eric Erickson were united In marriage Thursday to l- visit n by Justice of the Peace Hl nn • w They will make their home in the tenant house at the Emll Ana Sson farS T Mr. Erickson to employed by Emii Anderson on the farm. Mr- and Mrs. Wmt Reddle, parents of the bride, were witnesses. Mr and Mrs. Paul Farley who have b4n visiting at the Rev. Dftvld Lang home went to I*Mars Wednesday. where they attended the *«•*»«<? ?£ erclses. Walter Farley, a »*°»Jf r v?£ oompanled them »«»*•_, «£»{»>"• they went to Stanton, HI., to attend the 7 graduation «*»**> <*•»**! brother, Dean Farley. " KO to Mowesqua, 111., parental Farley home. Brook«ide to Hold Fir*t Tournament The Brookslde golf club will hold Its first tournament Sunday, June 10. The members will be lined up on two sides headed by President Earl Mason on one side and Sewetary-Treasurer C. V. Smith on the other. The tournament will begin at one o'clock. At present the ?lub has 55 paid members. Monday they held a meet ng of the board of directors and selected committees of three to look after each green and be responsible for keeping th greens oiled. The recent rains have helped considerably to put the greens in better condition. The women are taking an active interest in the golf. Bancroft Lions to Play Opener Here Sunday The first baseball game of the season will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:45 at the fairgrounds. The games will be between the Bancroft Lions and the Algona Independents. The past two vears have been spent In developing voung players but this year experienced men are IKlng added. Gordon Blanchard of Lone Rock, who has been a big success this year with the towa State Teachers' College team will start pitching. Blanchard recently won seven games out of eight for the college. The following men have been practicing and a team for the opening game will be selected from them. From Algona, Forest Twogood, Ed Hill, Ed Butler, Dr. C. J. Scanlan, Omer Kelly, Junior' Kelly, Nany Bruns, Bob Sellstrom, Dick Shackleford, Ferris Miner, Carrol Wander, George Kanouff. Others ara Fish of Whlttemore, Riddle of Burt, Gordon and Donald Blanchard of Lone Rock. r™®&8m&®XX^^ Frank Hofius sheared his sheep last week, having several hundred head. Mrs. G*o. Boevers and Mrs. Harry Ward spent Monday at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius and daughters of Lone Rock visited friends here Memorial day. The Oeorge Kohl and Rudolph Will families attended a picnic held at Whlt- temore last Sunday. Lucille Dearcbs, Dorothy Ward and Kathryn Bode were entertaining the measles this past week. Mr. and Mrs. John Coady and family of Wesley were in this vicinity fishing one day this week and also called on some of tlwlr old neighbors. Bernard Bode was a guest of his cousin, Roland Bode of Plum Creek last Saturday, June 2nd. Both of the boys' birthdays fall on that date. Mr. and Mrs. Schuylcr Bates of Lone Rock spent Memorial day at the Wesley Householder homo. Robert Householder returned with them for a two weeks' visit. A family picnic was enjoyed on the Louis Bode lawn Memorial day. Those ares«nt were Mr. and Mrs. John Lam- ith and daughter, Esther and Irene William Ryno and family of Fort Dodge and Mrs. Kate Laughrin and Carroll Futh. Lone Rock Couple Married Wed., June 1 Lone Rock: Ersel Blanchard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard of Lone Rock, was married to Chester Alme, also of Lone Rock, Friday at 4 p. m., at the home of the bride's par- snts. The bride wore a dress of rose crepe and carried a bouquet of roses and carnations. The bridegroom wore a grey suit. Doris Mae Blanchard, youngest sister of the bride, played the wedding march. After the ceremony a two course luncheon was eervedj to about 35 relatives and Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Gladstone. The bride Is the third oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Mr. Blanchard being a prominent business man of Lone Rock. The bridegroom is the oldest son of Brick Alme of McHenry, North Dakota. He came to Lone Rock several years ago, and la at present working for the county. They will be at home In Lone Rock to their many friends after June 15th. Out of town guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Whitehill of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. John Bones of Sutherland, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson of Bancroft. Sirty-three at C. C. Dinner Sixty-three reservations were made for the 6:45 dinner at the regular Country Club evening r>arty given Tuesday ev-rning. Following the dinner a contest was heid and trv<- - pri/.es were givtn to Dr. Arlo Adams and Mrs. H. M. Hai'berg. The rest of the evening was spent in playing auction bridge with prizes going to Mrs Ario Adams, Dr. P. V. Jaase, and Mrs H. L. Gilmore. T:- n«-xt Country Club aft-ernrx>n Shower for Mrs. Ostniin — A miscellaneous shower was given on Friday evening by Mrs. E. A. Ouderlan at the Frank Ostrum home for Mrs. Edward Ostrum. About twenty-five w-ere present and she received many lovely gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Ostrum have taken an apartment in the Vera apartments and are living there now. She has resigned her position at Scanlan's Sanitarium and Sarah Neiling has succeeded her. Shower Honors MIsa Lamuth — Helen Zittritsch entertained at two tables of bridge at the home of Mrs. Hugh Post last Friday evening in honor of Esther Lamuth. The high scores were won by Lulu Kohl and Lillian Kreasin. Miss Lamuth received many beautiful gifts. A two course luncheon was served. Auxiliary Meeting Friday— The American Legion Auxiliary met Friday night at the Legion Hall. A fine program, arranged by Mrs. H. E. Woodward of Whttemore, was presented and Mrs. George St. John gave an interesting account of her trip to England. Miss Ann McNeil, Miss Dorothy Dailey and LeRoy Mathlson were presented with checks. Tournament Ends- Mrs. Forest Twogood closed her contract bridge tournament last week after a. .series of eight games. Mrs. Melzar Falkenhanier and Mrs. A. D. Adams were winners of the tournament and received the cash prize. The tour- Former LuVerne Pastor Dies in Cedar Falls LuVerne: Rev. E. SchroeJer, 71, who for several years was pastor of the Lvans'- .o;xl church in l.aVt-.ie, di'-d at i .- ).i,-:c in Cedar Falls Friday. Funeral services were held Monday at 1:30 in Cedar Falls. Rev. Schroeder leaves to mourn his wife, four daughters, Mrs. Ray stone of LuVerne, Mrs. Geot-B? Wallace and Mrs. W. C. Kraft of Chicago, Mrs. Peter Messer of Sumncr and one son, Dodge. Frank Schroeder. of Fort Mrs. Ray Stone has been In Cedar Falls the pasl week helping care for her father. Ray Stone went to attend the funeral services. Mrs. Ed Dehnert 1ms been quite ill with the mumps. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doty are the parents of a baby boy. Mrs. Cordelia Nellson was operated on last week for appendicitis. Mrs. Clara Hof of Oedar Falls visited relatives here a few days last week. A shower was h«l<J at the home of Mrs. Henry Kubly Saturday in honor of Miss Helen Reddle. Rev. David Lang and eon, Vernon went to LeMars and brought home Carl Lang, who has been attending college Dr. Chase of Fort Dodge was here Ludwig Babe Passes Sunday from Poisoning Darlenc Josephine Ludwig, 10 months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Ludwig, who live south of Algona, died early Sunday morning at the Kossuth hospital. Darlcne, an only child, had contracted a streptococcus sor; throat and the infection had settled in her jaw. Funeral services were hold Monday at St. Cecelia's church here with Rev. T. J. Davern In charge of thn services. Burial was made in Uvs Catholic cemetery here. Friday at the office of Dr. Corblti and emoved the tonsils of eight persons. Miss Esther Merkle accompanied her sister-in-law, Mrs. Walter Merkle, to tier home in St. Paul for a visit recently. David Gardner, who has been having .•ar trouble, went to the University hospital In Iowa City and underwent an operation Monday. Richard Niver, who entered the national music contest held in Des Moines I rated superior. He was presented with 1 a silver medal and a partial scholar- htp. Word has been received here of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dornberger at Huron, South Dacato. Mrs. DornberRer will be remembered as Florence Wermersen. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godfrey and family, Mr. and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey, Roberta Mflsterson, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Brink and son, Allan, Mr. and Mrs. John Brink and son. Richard. Mrs. Joseohine Brtnk attended a birthday dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs. Ray Feltls at her home near Renwick. The Proffressive club held their last meeting for this year Friday at the home of Mrs. F. I. Chapman. There was a good attendance. Roll call was answered bv original poems. A paper was read by Mrs. Austin Burtis on "Usefulness of Poetry." Plans were made for their annual picnic to be held In two weeks. Northwest Iowa Cooling Station Ice—Air Water—Sanitor—always comfortable CALL Theatre, Algona Wed.-Thurs., June 6-7 Warner Barter Sylvia Froos Shirley Temple Baby Wonder In "STAND UP AND CHEER" Sun.-Mon., June 10-11 party will be Thursday, June 12, at a one o'clock luncheon. Bridge will be -- v „ played in the afternoon. Chairman of After a wedding br-akfast at the fort ' e c ,, riim j nfce w Mrs. J. T. Chrischil- Moines Hou-1 with relative and | , t ^ and the r ,._. of lhe committee is follows: Mr=. W. A. Poster, Mrs. Mrs. A. L. Peterson. frielid-s. the couple visited the home o! I J the bride's mother, where th<y had a i ^ p Q riinz family gathering on Sunday, Jui.e 'J. j y ou an . a ^ ; ,. ( j Uj ( . a ll re.scrvatioas by The groom w a gruuiule of Iowa ; n;r _ e 0 ' clot!C Mor.day cwiur.z. Ii~ •!:- : — .- — State College and Ma.->-.uchii.-.'-t'..^ lUt/e. of Technology. At pre..- I,: ;<•-• ha? a position a.s aeronautical ei^".'--- 1 - r ' lj ' the U. S. Navy al '.:..- i-.-w U S. NV.ai Air Station, Sunnyvale. Moui.i.-iir: W v> California, the home of the U. S. S. Macon air.ship. Thi newlywfds l.'tt M^n.iay. .I'll.-- 4 on an (-xtt-nd<-d tour of i ••.>.- '.v.-.-.i ai.'J will vist many points of in'er-a. 'I:. -.. will be ul home in.- lu:t.r part u£ Jua.-: in Mountain View. Cahton.-a. Announced— A shower v.a.-i i. r :\ii by RuUi Mi:K<.e whCK>c marriage lornurly of Algo: Sixten nirls were ceived many gitu. t and first prize went :< lene Frailer receued Tile couple wa 3 n 1933, al Sioux Fall; iwn 'I'l.i .;:.•.. lor Wioi.a 'J Wa> nc B: . but KU.V >.,: Shower for June Bride— A ri..-:C--.l ii-' .'^i i.'/^'-r 'Aa.s held on S •;"::•:-.v af'.'i. r ':: it the home of Mr-- H- rU rt S:r..t:. i'.r Mrs Opal Mor::..,.. ;,:.>...•: u.jr. :^"e !o L>r. M. G. ii ,.".':.•, '.! A;.'-,;.^ v..^ ta/:<- place soon. 'I :.•:•• «•."•• ir.,.: .:•.••-••:. !a<!:>-.- pri-s?nt • -r .•• •;..,.-. >.-... . vii'. in yut-.-.->- ".'.'..• <'.:.•'•'.:' -:••". -•'. •'•••• t-' 1 ''' 1 ^''•-' '.',:'-,.- U. .r i'<i-. ..-.•.-• :•..:;>.-. Alter a jL-.oii which inul iious 1 -- nament games were held in the former Rice gift shop building. Observes 70th Birthday- Mrs. Eva Germarm was pleasantly surprised Sunday, the occasion being i.tr 70th birthday. Those present from out of town were Attorney and Mrs. C. W. C-jnhtT and daughter, Mary Dar- kne and Frances Gennann of Des Monies. Mrs. Conner La a daughter of Mrs. Germanin Women's Association Meets — The Congregational Women's Association will meet next Thursday afternoon at th..- church at 3 o'clock instead of al the usual luncheon hour. This v. ill be tne la^t meeting until September. Mi.. ..I i.:.U Lr-a ao#«0£^X&»^«»iK8X&^^ BABY CHICKS I NEW LOW PRICES 8 § Hatches every Monday and Thursday for next g two weeks. g | Kossuth County Hatchery g Algona, Iowa. O0:O<«»3^»iC8»>S*Wl5fl^ New News Junior Feature Fri.-Sat., June 8-9 A Bargain and How! Richard Dix Irene Dunn in "STINGAREE" The Stars of "Clmmaron" ride again. And super comedy— LAUREL & IIARUV In "Oliver the Eighth" New Serial—Clyde Beatty, Hagen- tx-ek Wallace circus wild animal trainer with circus menagerie In "The Lost Jungle" Episode No. 1. New Paramount News—Scrappy. New News. Comic Ctolor Carton 'The Brave Tin Soldier." Mickey Mouse In "Giant Land." Tuesday, June 12 Bank Deposit Night Spencer Tracy Loretta Young In "MAN'S CASTLE" New News Comedy Program Wed.-Thurs., Jue 13-14 Dick Powell Ginger Rogers In "TWENTY MILLION SWEETHEARTS" lii^e Wa.s pi. Ida Halp.n. .1,1- traMl |. I- 1 ' '< i * ' • r > ' ll ! IL'l-i "Ti Li" 'i' 1 11 iioiujr Uefjruws at 1*111110— R..Ui.ies oi Mr. ai.d Mrs L J. IX- ! C.ra.v n.el at U.e SUle I J arK. '1 Uesday. ! Jul.e i">. :o lieirl tlleiii ueiebratr: their' 40th v,eua:n^ aJ:hr,-.r.-.jrv. Those- pre- ..(.i.l 'Aeie Mr. ai.d Mrs. Cecil McCimnia aiid bao.'. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Taylor South With Rev. Johnson perlonuiny the cvre- mony. The brute, who is a daughter of Mr a«ti Mr.s. B. P. Benson. L, a graduate of this year irom the Al^una high school. The groom was eii.plo;, i-d by the Botsford Lumb.r toinpahy hen.- until a few months ago V.IKII he w^ transferred It/ Austin. MiiaiewAa. The couple are i.ow m-fcii-a theu home in Austin. V'atl^ Surprised— Several friends of Mr. and Mi; iUti. Well lllled i sul'pl'i.>eci t: Dako:u, jand i,o Mrs. Mrs. Frank H. Dearciii and family and Mr. aud Mr.i. Claude I>earcns and lajr.Uy. Mr. and Mrs. De Ciiaw were inaiTi--d ul Whitleinore in Raipli, Mildred L Vurci..., Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. I Married ill April— | EUit: Juiiei and Flo>d ShackcH'ord. j Loin ut Al^unu. were n.an led April It;. ! ly^-l at t'ainii'jiil, Minnesota, w::h the I M-. ti.ouist minuter oiliciaiin*!. The ' ijj .de i.-j einijluiea ut U.e Ko^iiUlh HUJ- Jj'jl UIKI the ^1 ooill ut liie Nol'loll Mu•in iSunciay evening * which was on Wednesday li.o pu - j sent were Mr. ;..:d Mrs. Loa Mal.-in. , Mr. ami Mis. Phil Koe-thler ixlr. anu Mrs. Joe Weydeil. Mr. uncl Mis. John Wejdeit, Mr. .;iid Mis. K.,-i;, V\ia; !l Mr. y.'.J Mr Bell D.ui^er ana Uhd I\lls. Hulpu Aluljji.li. Sirs. Merritt II Mrs. L. M. Merritt was hooteoS to the members of her bridge club laol Thursday evening. High score pri/*: went to Mi'.s. A. W. Ai'iiuiiien and Mrs. G. D. Brundage rec.ivtd the low W. C. T. L'. Meeting- Mrs. J. L Uaub, 20 East College street will be hoiteai to the regular meeting of th.- W. C. T. U. Tuesday, June 12, at 2-'M p. m. A cordial welcome awaits all ladies Interested. L "iua M. & U. Club— The Union M. & D. club will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Kohl. Mrs. H. A. Palter- soii is the ui>sk>ting hosless. Aid— 1'he Baytlit Ladles' Aid meel Thursday ullernoon with Mrs. C. A. Saiitbon. A.'.il.~.tillg hOileii>eo are Mv^daliieo Har- Lai ion and Reaper. to Meet Ncit Week M' 11 .v i-uruai ol ti* • Coi.., ruai eh ^viil a, eel l...-.\!. ehuicil al a t) 30 t-neiv! H 11 Q'l. Mr. Many Thanks loyal ;>uu|jorl which noiiiinaled uie for .liLi-ilf Cf Koj^uth coiii.'y. Your t>up- pui '. Ill lii- 1 lull electiuu Will alsu jpletlatid Cllibcl'l Haaglea\es. ' KEEP COOL in One of our Sheer Cotton Dresses We axe proud to show and you will He proud to wear a "Nelly Don," "Princess Peggy" or a "Marie Dressier" sheer cot&on (rock made from guaranteed washable material— fashioned in the smartest stylea you could wish lor. Sizes from 14 to 54M $1.98 $2.98 $3.98 And Better Christensen Bros. Co. Algona 'a Style Center. rmmmmAmmmummmmmmmmmmmmummmmmmmm

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