The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1934 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 21, 1934
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Bert Pecks Visit With Ringsted Friends Rlngsted News: Mr. and Mrs. B«rt , Monday evening. Mr. Peck erected two of the first store buildings that were built in Ringsted. He said ho had to clear the corn stalks off the ground before he could get a vacant place to nn? snn t for the foiindatlom of buildings. He had planned to start a store h-rre but incoming busings men ° nStnt to rent his and remained he finally rented them a resident of Aljrom amazed at " The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 21,1934 M. L. Vinaas went ov«r for the evening meeting ne Mrs. Wolfz and dntishter. Ella and p odrre <3son gave a shower at the home on Thursday of last week m honor of Mrs. Cecil Godfredson. Mrs Godfredson received many beautiful and useful presents. Forty-five were ?»* ; Homip mnde ic '- cream, cake wafers were served. BURT NEWS MxyKK( * :f &^^ (Crowded Out Last Week) ™ Moines. - drov Tuesday where Mr Thompson attended a meeting of the Masonic grand lodge. Mr and Mrs. Charles Olson and two daughters. Mary Beth Coffin anc! Rubv Walters drove to West Bend Sunday afternoon to view the grotto. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Keith snent the week end at the lakes with Mr. and Mrs. Oordie Ogg of Algona. Miss irma Davison came last Wednesday and will spend her vacation here with her father, W. J. Davison. Irma taught at Bradgate last year. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. B. L. F-helps on Tuesday of last •week. Mrs. Carrie Taylor of Algona is caring for Mrs. Phelps and baby. The Woman's Missionary society will be held Saturday at the home of Mrs James Sewick with Mrs. F. O. Stow assisting. Election of officers will be held. George Gray drove to Waterloo Wednesday of last week to get his mother who has been visiting at Omaha. L. B. Daniels aocomoanied Mr. Gray to Waterloo. Mrs. Rowley of Mitchell, South Dakota, la visiting at the Al Staehle home. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Souerman and son, Jimmy, also spent Sunday at the Staehle home. »trs. O. C. Glddings drove to Wesley Friday of last week to get her mother, Mrs. Matilda Ward who has been visiting at the George Benner home the past two weeks. Mrs. Donald Stow, Mrs. Fferry Stow and two children, Mrs. Clifford Per- rtsh and two children and Wlllard Stow of Newton came last Thursday to visit the J. P. Stow home. Word was received here of the death of Mrs. Joe McDonald-McCuen, a lormer Btirt lady. Mrs. McCuen has made her home in California for many years since leaving Burt. Dr. B. D. Temple filled the pulpit at LUVERNE NEWS . (Crowded Out Last Week) - Ramus nt an I. o. A . meeting in DCS Monies Sunday. M> v a i n » Mra ; here Musicians on July Fourth Program s of Sioux hnm f^P Dimler is visiting at the home of her aunt. Mrs. Gerald Herbener and family in Mason City. C. H. Lichty, Joe Lichty, Guv Benedict and John Voss spent last week fishing in northern Minnesota. Billy Chapman won first in the state m general science academic test at Iowa city. He received a gold key. Mrs Harold Sorensen accompanied n- sister, Mrs. Johnson of Algona to Omaha, last week to visit relatives Mrs. Klawltter who suffered a stroke several weeks ago is quite ill at the iom e of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Tiede Mrs. Nellie O'COnnell and daughters of Lombard, m are vlsit)n a( . the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Ellis. Lela Godfrey was home a few davs ast week from the University hospital n Iowa City where she is taking nurses raining. forma Partridge, primary Inhere the past two years, is uite m with the mumps at her home n Owatonna, Minn. George Tiede went to Ames Monday o attend the graduation exercises of pwa State College. His sister. Miss era Tiede, was one of the graduates. Mr. and Mrs. Irwln Chapman and TITONKANEWS . (Crowded Out Last Wookl ,-??*\, T '' : " nt:ff '' 1y With Mrs. r . A. Hoon. n club met Mrs. Homo,- . . . . . , Down., was hfch. Mrs. Ravmond TVn- acker was low. Mr<. FrnnrXs MrDoivpJi nf DPS Moines and Mrs. GOOI-RO Ron- nckPr wrro Riipsts. W. F. I ho na't from I i- Mrs. C. B. Mitchell, of Burt. and former resident of Good Hope parsonage, e; roMirned home from Moringsldo Coll " last Saturday nfternoon. proplo with his .sinijinfr at, Methodist n?s in Alpnna, was present with -f PiipTimpntlmf. Eileen? Hlck- . " 1( 1 -'P'nt an hour sinpintf In his A pnum rf church forties met yes;or- 1m:ii<fab:o manner. Mr CMtvlli is work' day afternoon and gnv-- the churoh a Sll P "::h Dr. Hiokman In'tho I'nmp of thorough cleaning, ditmliif? ---' "- -'-- - - •• - '."»IP or led ooiloction of soil our .storms had deposited. for Children's Tlay is brine carried forward tho dnto of winch will j , T , . bo nnnouneyd next week It will no Hnmstrmt. M. !>.. loft Friday be possible to observe- tlm fi . - m Tm for Cleveland. Ohio, t •> nttond 17 as ' ' ' ' moflie.ii enliven: ion Co to o,,t r ,l° Ur M ° ntfon s 18 '^- pictured above, are versatile sin-rers and banio n nH ea Or f tinn 7 JnstrumentRlists. who use two piano acordians. a Uieri in peUi g " f" aCt ' ""** have been cal! ^ d the Mills Br °- BURT NEWS the Presbyterian church Sunday. He liad attended the 20th class reunion and stopped here to call on friends. He gave an interesting talk. Mrs. Walter Burkley and Mrs. Wickwire who have been visiting at the J. H. Graham home, returned to their come at Webster City Monday. Mr. Burkley drove up to get them. Mlw Helen fmn eg Bplrtt ZAte <«U1- «d at the M.TE. Larsen and C. L. Fhelps homes one day last week. Miss Taft Is home from Alaska on a two months vacation from missionary work. Iver Nordin has been hired for 12 months as Janitor by the school board. Mr. Nordin expects to go to Ames next •week where he will take a short course In the work. His work starts July 1. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Oustaf.son and three children of Roseland, Minn., spent Friday at the Iver Nordin home. The two families were neighbors In Minnesota. They were enroute to Curlew to visit relatives. The Birthday Circle met at the home of Mrs. B«lle Reynolds on Tnursday of last week to celebrate the birthdays of Mrs. Reynolds and Mrs. Jame.-j Ollem. A good time was enjoyed by all and a cafetarta lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hammerstrum and two sons drove to DCS Moines Sunday where Donald and Kirby Smith, Jr., attended the Register & Tribune carriers' convention. Miss Marie Carter accompanied them to Dfs Moines. Mrs. E. E. Pain-?. Miss Lulu Hawcott r. T-.,,, r>es Moines Monday ff e y and Bobb y attended the «gister & Tribune carriers' conven- on and banquet. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Spooner are siting at the home of her brother, Dr •fark Williams in Minot, North Dakota. T r,f,? WU1 also vislt her mother, Mrs. Williams In North Dakota. The Good Will club held their annual Dicnlc Sunday at the center school house. After a picnic dinner, numbers were sold and the lucky number which was held by Lee Troutman won a quilt. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Christensen, Charlene and Marjory of Fort Dodge were calling on friends in LuVerne Saturday. Miss Chariene remained for an over Sunday visit with Armintha Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Toohey, Mr. and Mrs (Crowded Out Last Week) L. L. Clement of Ames spent Thursday here at the S. J. Blossom home. Mrs. W. T. Petrs and Mrs. opal Morrison spent Friday at Mason City. Miss Francis Vaughn of Rolfe has been hired as the fifth and sixth grade teacher. Victor Mansmith spent last w-eek in Algona with his sister, Mrs. Lawrence Gillesple. Dr. R. D. Temple of Ca'i.'crnia WHS calling on old friends hers over thp week end. Mrs. Will Carman and two «ons are spending the week with her father W D. Kearns. ' Mrs. S. J. John, Miss Esther Olson and Mrs. J. T. Haney drove to West Bend Sunday. Carl Bahling accompanied relatives from Greenfield on a fishing trip over the week end. Miss Ruby Walters of Fairmont is spending two weeks here with her aunt Mrs. Charles Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dorsey and children of Ledyard spent Friday at the C I. Mansmith home. xacawecwfo-cwr' IRVINGTON NEWS Knut.son, Ruth Robison, Bernndine Platho. and th? honoree. Virginia Good and Ellen Pomm-erening were unable to be present. Lunch was served late in the afternoon and Miss Koepke was presented with a gift. Ruby is the first member of the 1933 normal training- class to be married. Mrs. Wm. Runchey entertained eight ladies at 12 o'clock dinner Saturday noon honoring her mother, Mrs. Wm. Greenn?ld and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Robert Runchey, whose birthdays both occurred on that day. Guests were Mrs. Mary Runchey of Algona, Mrs. Ella Grant of Elgin, 111., Mrs. Ed Wildin, Mrs. John Ulfers and her daughter. Vernbslle of Fenton and Mrs. Robert Runchey of Hobarton. The afternoon was spent nt visiting. On Sunday the Win.. Greenfields, Robert Run- cheys and John Ulfers visited at Manson with Mrs. Greenfield's nephew, Charles Morrison and the John Brunds family. '^'.. :o jnin his family who are vl.-itiiiq;' Irs. Hani.-tvrei's p:urn;s, The annual Sunday Prhnn] iv>nip O f north of T | tonkn . rnntr.K hnl rmr, :md races jotrotlirr with tho nsnnl picnic cimnrr mnk-- up th, proem m. Mrs. Brill. Bnrbnrn nmi Pn'tv left ' Mrs. Knto Prhn (ho first, of ert V .sin., dmmhter of thp fnnner ;\ nert. of Fenton was a caller Mom'-iv n>i Mrs. Wm. Troplow with wh.> m ' '.--' • board--d a number of y<\ir>. .•,••,•, wlni-- weM . f tlv Tr, n- Mr nl;i ' Mrs. P M Prlvirrr- ttmily of L.ivnmir. W-omiiv. ;l - ' f " r n visit with tllr C^'arli"; Kr week f ~r Monroe. Wis.. ! by way of Strawberry Point, Mrs Frank Fisher and lilUe daughter Ann accompanied (hem as far as Mnnntia where sh? will visit her mother for two weeks. Miss Hnze] Budlon? received a very painful injury to her b.ick Thursday afternoon whilo cleaning the back porch. was takrn to the Kossuth liospitnl Friday aftrrnonn for x-rny and trratmrnt.s. It fcimd nrwvsary for ' . , . Verne Toohey were visiting relatives in Arnolds Park Sunday, Their granddaughter, who has been here several weeks, returned to h«r home In Arnolds * Mr. and Mrs. Ray stone returned hfme from Cedar Palls Monday. Mrs. Coleman, who had been visiting her er, MiM I<aui»» Colombo «t Wa- for severer weeks accompanied home. George Stoddard of Renwick visited between trains with relatives In Lu- Verne Monday Ion Ihis why to Des Moines to attend the Masonic grand lodge. He will also visit at the home of his sister- in-law, Mrs. Oca Stoddard. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Stone, Mrs. Blanche Allen of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Thompson and family of Eagle Grove, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peltz- ke and son. Jimmy of Webster City were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Peitzke Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. w. F. Godfrey and daughters went to Spenoer Thursday to attend the 2Sth convention of Retail Harness Makers Association, which was held there Thursday and Friday There w<?re about 150 in attendance at a one o'clock luncheon at the Tangney Hotel, after which the men went, to the Legion Hall for their program and the ladies were taken for a 40-mile ride around Lake Okoboji. At six ;> banquet was served at the Lake Par Hotel at Lake Okoboji. CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW R.J.Harrington J D I,owe HARRINGTON &. LOWE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 212-14 First Nafl Bank Blk ALGONA, IOWA J. L. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QUARTON H. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW OSlce over Kossuth County State Bank Office Phone, 427 ALGONA. IOWA A. Hutchison Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison ATTORNEYS AT LAW Quinby Bldg. Phone "51 E. J. VAN NESS & G. W. STIIXMAN LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W Algona, Iowa J. W. Sullivan fdec'd) S. E. McMahon L. E. Llnnan SUILIVAV, McMAIION ic LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALOONA, IOWA PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L Rist over Rexall drug store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 326 ALOONA, IOWA C. II. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon & Physician Office John Galbraith Bldg. Phone 444-310 W. D. ANDREWS, D. O. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon General Hospital Phones: Office 187; Residence 688 ALGONA, IOWA Gaylord D. Shumway Edward D. Kelly SHUMWAY A KEIXY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krause Building Algona, Iowa Phone 58 L. A. WENKEL, ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Quinby Building. Phone 180. ALOONA, IOWA SB. C. McMAHON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krause Bldg. Algona. Iowa Phone 139 HIKAAf B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DAK SON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Ttanfc Bldg. Office Rhone 46O-J Reg. 315 ALGONA. IOWA CAKJtOL A. WANDEtt ATTORNEY AT LA.W Over Pofitoflica Pbooe 41 P. V. JANSE, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office on South Dodge St. Phone No.—Res. 366; Office 666 MELVIN G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg. (Crowded Out Last Week) Edmund Capesius, son of Mr. ,..,„ Mrs. Frank Capesius arrived home last week from Columbia College at Dubuque where he has completed his firs* year of college. Mrs. Lafe Turner was a guest last Friday of her friend, Mrs. Frank Ditsworth and Mrs. Clara Sorensen and daughter, Francis, visited Monday with their cousin, Jim Stacy. Mr. and Mrs. Qeo. Wolfe visited last Saturday with Mrs. Wolfe's parents Mr. and Mra. Emil Anderson east of ^ verne farmers. Mrs. Anderson has been critically ill with a severe throat infection. Dorothy Mawdsley, daughter of Edw. Mawdsley, rode her pony "Goldie" to the Roscoe Mawdsley home in Plum Creek township last Thursday aftcr- ?.•?'.. MJss Doroth y will visit a week with her aunt and uncle. Quite a number from the Galbraith and east Irvington vicinity attended the funeral Friday of Herbert Gerber, son of David Gerber. The funeral was held n the little rural church east of West Bend and interment was made in the West Bend cemetery. Many farmers are taking advantage of the new ruling given by the de- mrtmcnt of agriculture in regard to the and not under cultivation and are owing soy beans, sudan grass and al- alfa, hence to date the price has ad- •anced on all of these seeds. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Parsons were at he home of their son, Ralph at. Burt Sunday, /the occasion being Ralph's Jlrthday and a family reunion was held to honor the event. Other cue.sts w«re Mr. and Mrs. Ted Johnson the Harvey Johnsons, and Dg Whites. , the Matt Kelleys Phones—Office 197 Res. 211 DENTISTS OS. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Gas or Novocaliie used for extraction Located over Chriateiiieu Store Phone: Business 166, Residence «70 ALGONA. IOWA DR. C. D. SCIIAAP DENTIST Quinby Bldg. Phone 133 Res-Phone 174 Algona, Iowa Dr. L. W. Fox VETERINARIANS Dr. J. B. Wiokc) Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 475-W Algona, Iowa Kefi. 475-R L. M. JMEBIUTT Wortlciui and Funeral Director Phone 11 Algona. Iowa County workers ha/e been busy recently working on various culverts and small bridges in Iivington township The county trucks have been collecting the large stones along the public highway and depositing them along the abuttments of bridges to protect the dirt from washing away. The Friendly Hour club was entertained last Wednesday with Mrs. Fiid- ers of Rlverdale township. Miss A-»- atha Thilges was assisting hostess. Mrs Vern Barker and Mrs. Hanstn provided entertainment Jor the afternoon The next meeting will be a picnic held July 4th at the Bob Casey home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller are re- Jicing over the birth of a son born ast Sunday forenoon. This makes a amily of thrts? boys and one girl for he Millers. They live on (he Daub arm-, known to older residents as the old Buse farm. Mrs. Millvr is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jchn Cox. The annual picnic of the Good Will lub of Sherman township was held ast Sunday, June 10 at tin- center cnooi in Sherman. The club consists f 26 members. However 125 at'ended he picnic and enjoyed the fv.-tivitip.s f the day. In the afternoon the men layed baseball and the ladies visited About. 50 attended the Aid society of the Algona Presbyterian church at. the Fred Geigel home last Thursday afternoon. Arrangements wtre made for having a stand at the fairgrounds for the 4th of July celebration. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Myra Ostrum Clarence Shilts and Mrs. Lempke. The July meeting will be with Mrs. L. J DeGraw. The Cresco Embroidery c-lub met for : Q&&&<y9Xf&&^^ (Crowded Out Last Week) Ray Brown was a business visitor a vlanson Friday. Lewis Wildin, Sr., Is reported somewhat Improved. Etheline Muckey of Algona is spend ngr her vacation assisting Mrs. L. A Vipond. Mr. and Mrs. Will Greenfield were /isitors Friday afternoon at the W. L Martin home in Algona. Mrs. J. M. Cox received word las week of the Illness of her mother resld ing near Broken Bow, Neb. A 7% pound eon was born Saturday night to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller They now have one daughter and three sons. Mrs. Mary Runchey of Algona and Mrs. Ella Grant of Elgin, 111., were guests Sunday at the Robert Runchey home. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Perry of Manson were callers at the Ray Brown home Sunday evening. Mr. Perry works for the Gamble store. Mr. and Mrs. Will Greenfield and the Will Runcheys also the John Ulfers of Fenton were guests Sunday at the John Berends at Manson. A goodly number from here attended the play, "The Prisoner at the Bar at the union services held at the M. E. church in Algona Sunday evening. Mrs. Estella Sabin of Atgona and the H. I. Sablns were callers Sunday afternoon at the Andrew Funk home in Lotts Creek and at the J. M. Cox home. Mrs. August Bahling and daughter. Esther of Burt were guests Sunday of vir. and Mrs. Ray Brown and all vis- ted the West Bend grotto in the af- ernoon. The Potter reunion Is to be held lere Sunday. Among those planning o attend are Mrs. Alta Stiles and ons of Charles City and the Daniel Potters of Battenau, North Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ru'.vhey and laughter, Mary and Charles Llndhorst were guests Wednesday evening of last week at the home of the former's son Fc-rnley and wife in honor of thp mother's birthday. Ralph Brown of Ray, Arizona, came last w«x-k Tuesday to the home of his father, G. W. Brown. Mrs. Brown came Saturday. She is home demonstration agent from Ames. They left Monday for Oskuloosa. The Dr. L. D. Potter family of Storm Lake and the E. C. Potters were visitors Sunday at the homt- of Mrs. L. E. Potler in Algona. Dr. and Mrs. L. D. Pot- u<r aho viiiu-d the laUer's mother, Mrs. C E. He-ise in Algona. The Plum Creek Literary society and trie Mothers and Daughters clubs of Union. Four Corners and Cresco arc- to have tht-ir picnic Thursday. A goo.l program is nlamu-d. Each one attending is to bring a dime and register. Alice and Mabel, daughters of Mi. and Mrs. Fred Zfigli-r of Algona, rv- last w«-k from a vi.sit ni-ar their regular June meeting with Mrs Pearl Parsons in Iryingtou. The program w;is in observance of Fathtrs 1 Day. Mrs. N^ls Mitchell and Mrs A J. BJ-OWP gave appropriate readings. meeting- dosed with a piano duet played by Mrs. Pirsons and her grand - daugHkr, Phvlit, Maxwell. A delicious two course luach was served Mrs RaJph of Burt and Mrs Malt Kt-lly weie guests. The rorrnal training class of 1933 of which Ruby Koepke was a member entertained in her honor at a shower last afternoon at trie Stat- Park preseut were Margaret Browu No/ ma Raney, Mary Black. Dorothy Aim-s with Messrs. and M<-sdnmes Harry Bunding, Everett Hedland arid Irwin Ktcker. All were former itiident; Mr. and Mrs. Andy Fthlhauer of Cauiston, British Columbia, Canada, canie here June first to visit a sisttr, Mrs. L. A. Vipond. They expect to later visit Mr. Fehlhauer's sisu-rs in Chicago and attend the Century of Pro- Mr.-. Anna Phillips of Algona came last we-.k Wednesday to visit at the home of her daughter. Mrs. D. S. WU- dm. Sunday evening the B. M. Markwardt family of Webster City were visitors at the D. S. Wildin home. Mrs. Phillips accompanied th.tnx home for a week's visit. Guests Saturday at the Wm. Runchey home in honor of Mrs. Runchey's mother, Mrs. Will Greenfield's 73rd birthday wtre Mr. Greenfield, Mi-. Ed Wildin, Mrs. Robert Ruiichey and Wanda Lee, Mrs. Ella Grant of Elgin, 111. and MX. and Mrs. John UlK-r^ and Vera Belle of Pen tou. The Mothers and Daughters club eritenained lust week by Mrs. L R. Gingei-ich in Algona. Sixteen were present, two of whom were guests, Mrs Mary Runch-vy of Algona and Mrs. Bi-ll of North Dakota. Mi's. B. F. Sparks read an article. "Marie Quits Worry' and Mrs. James Kelly. "Our Daughters" and 2 otter thort articles on the cure oi childj-eu; "Our 7Jub Supper" wus jiven by Mrs. E. C. Potter and Mrs. F. Piu-ka gave a li^t of conundrums. The club Is to meet, next week with ilrs. D. D. Sparks, the program berny in charge of Mrs. Gingexich. her to be put in a piaster and it, will probably bo about six \ve-~k.s before she can leave tho hospital. GOOD HOPE NEWS (Crowded Out Last Week) The Ed Broesders were dinner guests of the George Broesders family las; Sunday. Erna Madson of Eagle Grove visited from Saturday to Tuesday at the Good Hope parsonage. A fine six pound baby girl. Betty Jean, was born to the Kenneth Rut- ledges early last Monday morning. The Ben Knolls are here from Santa Ana. California, for nn extended visit with their home folks and oilier relatives and friends. Mrs. Lyle Morris arrived Tuesday morning from Northport, Long Island New York, to spend the summer Mrs. of Mrs. T?n!led«T<\ The drove through and Mrs. Mary Von wing dust -••"'•:. ',::r patheriinr was held. TUv. Allen Wood wa.s In Aliroiia nil :iv TlK--(i:ly in alVmlilnpo „; „ mrr ^. T of UK .'.ulj-flis'i-tot loaders of Al- P!'.:i (iiMrirl arraiiiripf: plans for aoti- fio.s in eiinnortion vvlrh ;he s-.scion of it!i\\-.--: Tn-.v.i e.-inf r.-nrc tn lie hold of \Vi.-e-n- 1:i A i-' r -" hi K :i! Tl, P I!<-> v ,s Pnii!!. of I- :;•?!-.( . hu;---. Hison nf (r.-tnii-r. nuMl- i-' n of n-'l'iiniifl. K-v.-M- r of Feinon and ,ir ntiffatu (•• '.}'!•:• w -rj-o a No' of ';•'•• •"•' : '". ''• in.--iir. !T -v:i. !, r ld at <•:•' I"'n-r ,.f I);-.',!,-: Sunt. W. Ci. Muh- ''iiirMi. Airs. Miihli-nian sprvrd dinner a- nrmn. ^rl•-. Jiv-n Mop.,- Is at the Kossuth !)n;,]ii;;il whi're she is reeov-rrins: from HI emerpeney oiKratinn fur straiiRiil- tinflerwont on ropnvt rroii oondi- rs nl: .'' Ilpr " i -' 1 which Friday evening at ten o'clock. Her mtieh bettpr In liiwa tlnii in n-iv ''-'"'"'''fr, r,ola. arrived from Mankato other spotioii throi'sh whioh thrv p'l.s.s I nt ' nm> n ' r ' n fk that nigh;. She was ((I ' " I accompanied by MPT friend, Sadlo Pchaurer. also of Mankato. Chnrlln of Austin. Minn., vlsted at, the. An iiilerstinsr item which we failed !o mention in connection with the nitt- mer rcunon at. Albert Lea last Sunday was that Mnrlo Cnpelli, th- ., Mosrr homo ovfr Hinulny. Mrs. Is mnkiiiR a nlco rocovory ant! it. Is PX- tv-cfod that, .sho will bo ablp to return rr_who has doli^d so mnny of our !,omp in a Poup^f CALL THEATRE her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dittmer. John Reid went to the May hospital at Rochester, Minn., last Tuesday for clinical examination and treatment He was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs Raymond Reid. Arthur Mitchell, son of the Rev. and Abo KitcK«r%«tt:* Apt*. w»m% of month June 17-30 Algona, Iowa NORTHWEST IOWA'S SUMMER RESORT Jw-A'J-Waler-Pinc Suiitor. 60.000 cu. ft. "Koolrp Alre" tern, call the nearest telephone operator for our program have the information and are happy to serve you prO8T<Un ' Western Electric Wide Range Sound Sys- Enrl Carroll's Big Girl Show Wed -Thurs -Fri OAKI ^ VICTOR MACLAGLEN Y»CU. J.I1U1S. JTl. 300 Beautiful Girls in June 20 21 22 "»IURD.ER AT THE VANITIES- Betty Boop in "Where's That Tig«r." Ncws - Saturday, June 23 BETTE DAVIS HUGH HERBERT "FOO OVEB FRISCO" Stuart Erwin and Ann Southern "The Party's Over" Scrappy, Paramount News. Clyde Beatty Hagenbeck-WaUace's wild animal trainer with circus menagerie in No. 3 Episode "Lost Jungle." _ _ Sun»-Mon., 24-26 An Outstanding Entertainment Author same as "Lady for a Day" SHIRLEY TEMPLE ADOLPHE MENJOU DOROTHY DELL "MTTLE BUSS MARKER" Only P'cture aside from one ever to play Paramount Thca/tro, New York City, for 21 solid days. Musical, "Murder In Your Eyes", Mickey Mouse and New Ncws. Tuesday, June 26 BANK DEPOSIT NIGHT VICTOR MACLAGLEN EDMUND LOWE "NO MORE WOMEN" Double—Big Comedy Program—Double. Wed.-Thurs., June 27-28 WM ' POWELL MYRNA LOY -THE THIN MAN- Grand Entertainment. You are urged to plan for this one. Myrna Loy's gowns are stunning. Friday, June 29 Benefit Veterans of Foreign Wars RICHARD DIX In ACE OP ACES" Love on a Ladder. News. "Mild Cargo" (Buy Tickets of Committee) Saturday, June 30 EDDIE CANTOR In "THE KID FROM SPAIN" (RertnU) and JACK HOLT and PAY WRAY In "BLACK MOON" Ncws. 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