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.. The fifteenth annual reunion of t in£i5!! 1 i£"£ he £ last Sunday at t ll State Park with 85 present. Thos who were present and made up t TO TO r and Mrs. Henry Schunck and fam Bnd Jl « ' • r and family of Hector, Mlnnesot , Mrs. of Chero L. R potter "" ,- ' and Mrs. Alvin Nelson of Ring * nd Mrs ' Gardn _ A j . _. — -.— -. viwi-ctn^; s-nuaue I™ 5*fe_°?_»"»»»ft. Mr- and Mrs lamuy of Algona, M • Potter and family o O«H ».• ,/' and MrSl cha ««s Potter and family of Alfrona, Mr. and Mrs Harry Potter and family of Algona Mrs. Pearl Potter and family of Al gona, Mrs. L. D. Potter of Algona Mr and Mrs. Roy Miner and family o Algona. Mrs. AltA glues and t?*** bow and Mr and Mrs Robert Stiles ?I,P haries ^to **•• » n <» Mrs. Frank M ^ C J ofAlgxma, Mrs. May Miller of Algona. Mrs. M. A. Bartholomew and son of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Potter of Algona. Mr. and Mr<: Carroll o!^ r ° f Algpna, Mr. and Mrs'. Delbert Potter and two bovs of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs. Victor Applegate and two children of Conrith. Mr. and Mrs °J f , l £?. teT and bab?- of Algona. and uaniel Potter and children of Boatten- Honor Birthday— A group of friends and relatives surprised Mr. Hanselman on his birthday Sunday night. The following families were present: Herbert Balgeman. Fred Hanselman. George Hanwlman. all of West Bend. Gottlieb Hanselma of LuVerne, Herman Gronbach of Liv ermore, Tom Ellefson. and Merrin Hau fnstein of Burt, Wm. Sengbusch o Algona. and Wm. Binger of West Bend wr. Hanselman received many nice gifts. The evening was spent sociall and the lunch was served later to 5 guests. Baptist L. Av-lVfbvtinn Orel*— The Baptist Ladies' Aid meets with Mrs. French Haldeman In the country next Wednesday. June 27th. Assisting lostesKs are Mesdames Wayne Keith Sertha Dally. T. Schultss and Clark Those wishing a way to go. please cal Mae Eikins early next week The Baptist Mission Circte will meet nursday. June 21. at. UK- church. Mrs ohn Urch will be the lesson lead-r ith a review of the book "Suzuki •oofcs at Japan." Roll call will be an wered with Facts Concerning Japan. Workers M«*t— Riverdale Rcval Morrison-Bonnie Nopilals- Performs Ceremony Talkie at Sister's Wedding oniv , ~«rr - th « — -.1^^ I£r r ~^^ few cam ,e *e nesota. Rev. SJostrand read the wed- She ed fromthe Iowa State Teachers Col- , lege For the past three years she has taught dramatics, music and Dr and and St. John's Day Service *; John ' 3 in surgical department of the state Uni- will participate rftl'ClTTr r\f T/*TT»*» I*. «.X. — • »..*.*. _. I r*M. *I . be observed by a the Presbyterian . city . -_. at Carlton. Mr. Lee «> TT«- gaged in the lumber business In Carlton, where the couple are now at home Spank Upper XuVeme. June 14 cated with Mr. Coleman's parents where they will reside until March 1st when they will go to farming. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dunn and son of Laramle, Wyo., and Mrs. Ruby Hage and daughter of Colorado, arrived last week for an extended visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Dunn was the former Mary Phillips and Mrs. Hage was her sister, Ruby, both have previously lived In thte vicinity. Word was received here last Saturday of the death of Henry Oeigel of Renwlck, father of Mrs. Harold Scott, who lived here some years ago, and also uncle of Fred 8. Oeigel. He leaves In his immediate family his wife and three daughters, namely: Mrs. Pair- field Dean of Corwlth, Mrs. Harold Scott of Ooldfleld and Lena, a teacher in the Renwlck school at home. Bur.. . by the AntHSaloon LeaWe, what h I Veme, a son having previously been burled there. : Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Mikketson of Boone, visited Sunday with MAj MUc- kelson'a parents, Mr. and Mr/ Perry Phillips. They were enroute to Minneapolis and lona, Wls., to visit Mrs Emma Venrlch, grandmother of Mr" Mikkelson. Other guests at th« Phillips home Sunday were their son, Clarence and wife of Omaha and their new daughter, Olnger Lee, also Mis Phillips parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Nelson of Spencer. The latter all returned to their homes the same day. Just think of buying one of the country's finest Walloon tires and a gallon of motor oil for less than you'd expect to pay for the tire alone. You can still save money on tires at Gamble's, jjg ~ ^—— «^j;>« tutciit vii mtr otace uni-1 win participate I vtnri nt u — -"~- HS&r"S»^ saSSS^^ sl^^^TpfiS and _ _ n,, graduates-orihe-"Ai^ W«* «^ to^John t^ap^ n? brida, couple left Saturdav bv ™' *"' ^^ *"' P ™ Ch ' uto on a trip through the west" and Tuesday word was received here from firm at Pike's Peak. Colorado . ui-*v4 v.«iiiut^:ii ui -Dtmll-Pn- * J ci.'i.>v.Mi. i j eau. North Dakota. A dinner was serv- ft came in ed at noon and the rest of the afternoon was spent in visiting and various games among the children. Birthday ci«b at Des Moino— •Those eight ladies from here, members of a Birthday club, who irere the guests of Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, Thm»5»v and Friday of last week entered an unusual and Interesting ttoV Mr& Murtagh entertained them Thursday at a luncheon In honor of her birthday which she celebrated 12. 1P34. at the home of Wanda , wwn. Tn :.,-ined.-monsiratior r Mt '*-l- They will be at home in July at 221 E. Elm street, which house was' recent - by in the afternoon to p!av nm- L nA **« *"* ry s-lec'i.ns. Winda Han- f ourn€S from ..... BOr n was chosen the detente ta go to Bou 5 ne °" °«* h ° n ' Ames. They sold Doocnrn tr, S?.vf *«* ™<* s - "Top of by the W. and Mrs - J. G. They sold popcorn to make money to send the delegate to Ames. All members were present at th» ing. Lunch was served by the hostess and the meeting was adjourned. Mrs. M. J. Dvffy • - . . BOUrne ° n thelr h ° ne nnoon trip in the " ' ~~ —-~*MJ «BWWS^^^ J CTV^UJ Mrs. M. J. Duffy was hostess at a Sara ---. tew w- prize went Peak—Ev fine As near heaven as we Showers for Sara Doran— Loretta Howie was hostess Monday evening at a miscellaneous shows for ""an who will be married this (Thursday) to Hoyt Raney —'- were present and play- on State Treasurer Leo Wegman an< Ed Rahm and other state ofHcUAs. Friday Mrs. Murtagh again entertained them at a dinner at which Mrs Rpsco» Call of Des Moines. formerly of Algona. was a guest. The ladies from here who went to Des Moines were: Mrs. S. E. McMahon. Mrs. J. O. Paxson, Mrs. D. H. Goeders Mtt ^i^^ 1 "'. 1115 - A " L ' Pearson. Mrs.' Al Falkenhainer. Mrs M. P. Haggard and Mrs. M. P. Weaver. Honors Gaest Thursday Miss Kate Skinner entertained at a bridge party Thursday afternoon in honor of her sister-in-law, Mrs Fred Skinner of Springfield, Illinois, who has been visiting here. Bridge was played at four tables and high sco-e prize went to Mrs. Anton* Didricksen. Mrs. W. T. Peters of Burt received the second prlae. A guest prize was awarded to Mrs. Skinner. Out of town guests wfre Mrs. Maurice O'Connell of Lombard, Illinois, Mrs. Cecil Hof Mrs Ray Stone and Mrs. Zwlefel. all of Lu- Verne, and Mrs. W. T. Peters of Burt are from Whittemore. received Enfertatas Afternoon Party- Mrs. Willard Ringgenberg was to- hostess to the members of the Afternoon bridge club last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Leslie Samp reseived the first prize. Wednesday afternoon of next week the four "lows" will en- tain the four "highs" at the shelter house. Royal Neighbor Conventlo: A Royal Neighbor convention was held at Estherville Wednesday and 30 ladies from here represented the Algona district. Several contests and games were muc henjoyed. Further details will be given about the nwet- ternoon. Mrs. Leslie Samp received Madonna Quinn entertained a group of girls at another miscellaneous shower for Sara Tuesday night. The girls went to the theatre the first part of - evening. Bridge was played for a -t time after that and the honoree tnen opened her presents. Guests present were Sara Doran. Helen Becker Leona Lichter. Frances Zender, Bemic- Harrington, Mary Janice Rice, Irene Dalziel, Loretta Howie and Gladys Ris- Hospital News Kossnth Hospital News Tuesday. Mrs. Roy Jensen of L* Rock underwent a major operation. Hazel Budlong of Titonka entered on Thursday to receive treatment Tor two fractured vertebrae which she suffered when she fell from a porch. Bauer of Wesley gave u — weighing 6% hoj~»," 'i"HHV^ •'"•-^JUifall of Algona had her tonsils removed Monday M " Ida Minkler of Algona entere WESLEY NEWS treatment. hir; K ? rifflth of Swea «ty sav birth toa baby boy Wednesday of las ChUd has been nam ^ d Cha ttr"V~~.,™V" ° r llm n** entered o Wednesday for nwdteal treatment. Wllma I«abs and Wava Gall Croud *£££** to have «** *» f' E. O. Dinner— — Members of the P. E. O. entertainU Ladlt * f Aid of First Lutheran— uGir hlUthflnHe at a f4t«M«_ wr.^i j. T*hf» T.nHtfta Al<4 ^9 *Vt«. t*i i * . . . eeran their husbands at a dinner Wednesday evening at the Country Club house Consul General Harold Quarton will' give a talk as part of the program. Centenary Class Picnic— A large crowd was present at th« Methodist Centenary class picnic at the Call State Park Monday evening. This is an annual affair and members and their families are invited. to Wa-Un-Tefr— Irene Vaudt and Amy Johnson wer« hostesses to the members of tn« Wa- tan-ye club Monday evening at the Rosewall home. Following a luncheon the evening was spent Informally The Ladles Aid of the First Luth- the Floyd Bilsborough home. Mrs T O. Thompson will be the assisting hostess. Bible Scbool A Presbyterian Bible School program WU. be held at the Presbyterian church Friday evening, June 22nd, at 7-30 o'clock. Everyone U cordially invited Third Week Merry Month of JUNE FOOD VALUES POST TOASTIES CERTO ! Calumet Baking Powder, 1 Ib. 25c Grape Nuta, pkj. n c 2 for 23c La France, pk* o. 2 pkr*. for ..9e .lie 28c ' can 3c 35c IOWA STATE BRAND BUTTER, Ib. 8 o'clock COFFEE, 3 Ibs. 55c SALADA, Bteck or Green TEA, i,* 15c ^29c *TEISCIIMAN'S YEAST, cake SLXTANA Broken Sliced PINEAPPLE, SHREDDED WHEAT, 2 pk 3s . 23c DEL MONTE, Bed SALMON, S L 19c ENCORE Spaghetti, Noodles MACARONI, P l<g. 5c POUS'S FANCY Grapefruit, 2^ 2 25c TISSUE SEMINOLE, 4-u. 25c KWVK 'tt Mf r^i SOAP, 3 calces 13c IVOKY FLAKESJg. P Ug. 21c Black Baapberries, pt. lOc Cabbage, 2 Ibs. 9c Lemons, doz. 390 Tomatoes, 4 Ibs. 25c Oranges, 288 size, doz. 25c New Potatoes, 10 Ibs. _25c UKE FIDUR 23c GOLD MEDAL Tested" Flour 1.17 Ib. bag $2.27 Ib. WHITE HOUSE EVAPORATED MJLK 3 ORAXDMOTUEB'S Hltite or Whole Wheat PAN ROLLS ., doz. 5c HEINZ Beans, 3 16-oz. cau» Kic« Hiikes, 2 Ketebap, 2 . 2Xc 25c STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE quickly, easily W jtl, B1SQCICK fH£ CHEAT RJIAHJIC & PACIFIC TEA" CO. M.Jdk- W>".tcln fj, Second Evening c. C. Party— The second evening Country Clu party of the season was held Tuesda evening with forty-four guests presen at tne 6:45 dinner. A music contes was entered into following the dinne and the Ruests were divided into flv groups with P. J. Christensen's grou receiving the prize. Bridge was thei played. Mrs. T. H. Miller of Ofclahom; City and J. C. Galloway of Ames wer high prize winners. Mrs. Ralph Hori pan and A. L. Peterson the low prta winners and Mrs. Delbert Potter o Fort Dodge received the travel prize Goes to Hawaii— Richard Sherman, son of Mr. an Mrs Tom Sherman, has been assigned to visit Hawaii tor Vanity Fair maga i * JL tof whlch ^ *» » staff member to write a special article, his folks learn ed this week. He left New York by airplane today, and la to sail Saturday for Honolulu from San Francisco On his return, he wm be met at Dei Moln*s by his parent*, probably about July 18, and plans ou coming home for a visit of a few days. Six-Thirty Dinner^"" Mrs. Joe Greenberg and Mrs. w. E. Laird were joint hostesses Tuesday night at the Greenberg home at a party given in honor of Mrs. Fay Hop- clns of Olendale. California, and Mrs KI'^K^ Mo "' lson ' wn ° celebrated her birthday that day. Contract was played after the 6.30 dinner and table prizes went to Mrs. Hopkins and Mrs H. M. Potter, Prizes were also given to the honorees. Honor Two Matrons Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson and Mrs. wayne Stephenson were honored at a party given at the Percy McGtnnii home Friday night. Bridge was played at four tables and first prize went, to Lydia Meyers. Adris Peterson received the second prize. Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson and husband will move to Gar- mr m about two weeks where Kenneth will manage White's Cut Rate Grocery. Mra. !Gi*hlliA44 Chairman^*— Mrs. John Kohlhaaa will be the ciiairman for the one o'clock luncheon and bridge party to be h«id at the Country Club Wednesday June 27 Mrs Joe Greenberg, Mrs. Ted Larson,' Mrs' Roy Bjustrom and Mrs. Momyer wll be the assisting hostesses. Re&erva lions miis: be made by Tuesday, with tne deadline set at 9 a. m., the ladiej request. Helen Kuhn Celebrates— Htlen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G S. Kuhn. entertained seven girls Tues- aay evening at a party in honor ot her birthday which she observed that clay. Bridge was played and th- fol lowing received priaes: Erma Lea Ueal, Mane Pfjounen-nning, second Dorothy Mavvdsley, travel. Refreshment were served later. Bible Searchers Class— Members of the Bible Searchers class of the Mfcthodist chlurch met at the church Tuesday afternoon and as part of the entertainment listened to au ir.tereating account of htx trip to Chicago and the World's Pair by Mrs G L Vohi Btrnice WUson alio sang several selections. Enjoy Family Picnfc— M 5™ be « of two circles of the Wo" of the Cougregation- bt^t ° K° na «» birth to a baby girl, named Ruth Ann », we| 8Wng 7% pounds, Friday Nick Leners of Algona entered Friday for medical treatment Leona Walker of' Whittemore entered for medical treatment Tuesday Mrs. Dora Urch of Algona entered on Wednesday for medical treatment Harold and Le roy Grandjennett of St Benedict entered for a minor operation Wednesday. H General Hospital News June 14, Mrs. A. L SUbmitted to a «"»Saturday, June 16, Gerald Richard- afnh , < 7 noi ?, Cassler - both of A1 8°» a had their tonsUs removed Monday. June 18. born to Mr. and Sound gu?. ° Xley ° f Corwlth a ^ Miss Hannah Nelson will be hostess i i the Prtscilla Phoebe society at her home next week Wednesday afternoon. | Mrs. Harry Johnson was confined to he fore part of this week „ with a severe case of tonsU- HIS. I Mr. and Mrs. Don Meleney and baby of Britt were Sunday guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kleinpeter. Many friends from Wesley attended the Bleich-«artor wedding dance given at the Coliseum at Titonka Tuesday night of this week. CALL Theatre Northwest Iowa Cooling Station Ice—Air—Water—Pine Sanitor Wed.-Thurs.-Fri., June 20-21-22 IBVINOTON NEWS Ray Watson visited last week with i his mother, Mrs. J. M. Watson of Keo- | Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Olson and family of Wesley and the Lo ya i youngs of Plum Creek were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Headley visited last Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scott of Ooldfleld. Harold was a former depot agent here. The Headleys were enroute home from their trio to T ewell. * Mrs. Alice Duryea and her grar.d- aughter, Dorothy Lage, are making n extended visit at the Elmer Dye ome in Mason City, while Mr. and Krs. Dye are on their vacation touring n the east. Ted Harr recently purchased the remainder of the farm where he is now csiding known to older residents as he old Bowen farm. Mr. Harr has wned a half Interest before, the other artners, being Baugham and McGown of Fort Dodge. Many from this community attended he wedding dance last Thursday even- ng given by Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Coleman. The Colemans are now lo- FOR SALE— Threshers or corn shel- ers* liens. Algona Upper On Molnea. You Were to Send That Suit to the Cleaners Yes, and this is the shop your wife specified—because she knows we do work better. Put a string "round your flnger—call us—and we'll take care of getting the clothes and returning them Service! That's what! Moths are working over time. It will pay you to have your winter garments de-mothed and sealed In moth-proof bags. Cleane ELK rs Saturday, June 23 Double feature. Double short feature FOG OVER FRISCO Sunday and Monday, June 24-25 Crtttjp all say, "Ifa a Natural!" That means it will please anyone anywhere. Only about 10 in a year like this one. For the family. SHE MADE TOUGH MUGS BELIEVE IN FAIRIES! Showed dome* ~ and wit* guy* hew dumb they warn tobout lav* B E T T E D A V I S _ and Stuart Erwln Ann Southern in "THE PARTY'S OVER" Also Clyde Beatty Circus Menagerie serial, "Lost Jungle." New News and Scrappy. Tuesday, June 26 BANK NIGHT o ' ; . R. Morrison and Mrs W E I L*ird, together with their /anji'tes en- Joyed a picaic supper Monday evening in the State Park. I4i« Hour Luncheon Lad^s of the Idle Hour bridge dub were entertained last Wednesday at a luncheon by one of their members, Mrs. A. L. Ptterton. Bridge waa olav- ed in the aJteruoon and the travel priie went to Mrs. W. G. McCuiiou«n. Mrt. eiefsuu Ce4ebra.U»— A group or neighbors atid friencU sur- Rexall Health and Beauty Sale Cara Nome Face Powder, $2.00 Cara Nome Cream, $1.00 $2 Stag Bay R um Shav. Cream 35c »°TH Stag^Powder for Men, 25c 35c _—___ I Ib. Charmona Cold Cream I Klenzo Facial Tissue ... . . Jonteel Face Powder, 50c Jonteel Rouge any shade 50c _ A MO N RUNYON'S Ml$$ JHCEB ADOLPHE MENJOU DOROTHY DELL CHARLES IBICKFORD SHIRLEY TEMPLE Rexall Theatrical Cream 59 C Klenzo Shower Bath Spray ~ ~ 59 C Klenzo Tooth Brush 27c 4 large Cakes Jasmine Toilet Soap II ~~_25c Get this powder and perfume combination with ^^^^ this coupon and only 25c "Morder In Your Eye- It a grand entertainment. in "Shanfhaled" New News. Double comedy program. New News Wednesday-Thursday June 27-28 "THE THIN MAN" Hammete 1 detective story, gowna are stunning. Powell's One you must see! Dont miss It Wm. Powell Myroa Loy Tailors BOTH 69c sr- MM. Tom EJkfiou of Dean on tier birthday Monday night. tirougru rc&cihuieuto aud prudent tptuL au enjoyable time Win. Guxry and John Moui*l attead- ^ urijji <ic^k-ra' couveutiuu Ui list, This coujx>n and 25c entitles me to one of the (-AHA NOME perfume and powder combinations. Name Street Town K. D. JAMES The Rexall Store That Combines Price with Satisfaction The entire printing department of The Algona Upper Des Moines is at you? sennce m your printing D tie jobs or for big runs of planned literature, we i serve you. rr Us Bid on That Next Job. YOU. The Algona Upper Des Moines

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