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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 28,1934 Roeder-WIIley Marriage— JViedp Haasl Roeder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Boeder, of Algeria, and Chester Arthur Willey, son of Mr. atid Mrs. Geotge Willey of Algona. were married this morning (Thursday) at 8 o'clock at the Catholic church. Rev. C. A. Ahmann performing the single ring ceremony. The bride wore a starched yellow chiffon ankle length gown with white accessories and carried a bouquet of snapdragons and baby breath. Her attendant, Minnie Elbert, now of Whlt- temore, wore a green taffeta and net dress and a shoulder corsage of rosebuds. Richard Vaughan was best man to the groom. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents to about twen,ty-flvfl guests. The couple then left on a short, honeymoon trip after which they will be at home in Algona. Out of town relatives present at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sweeney and daughter, Gladys and son, Raymond and Mrs. Mary Sweeney of Lnnslng, Iowa. The groom Is employed by Fr-ftJ Ryther who repairs and mov^s buildings. Mothers and Daughters Banquet — The second anniversary of the Mothers and Daughters banquet was held lost Wednesday at 6:30 in the First Lutheran hall. After the two-course dinner, at which fifty-five were present, the candles on the birthday cake were lighted by Lorraine BJellnnd. the youngest member present. The program as follows was given: Toast. "Our Mothers," Gertrude Nelson; recitation. "Mother." Anita Thompson; song. "Our Mothers' Songs," Junior choir; Toast. Hymns to Daughters, Arlene Olsen; piano solo, Mill Wheel song, Vivian Bakkcn. Home Missionary Society— The Women's Home Mssionary society of the Methodist church will meet this Thursday afternoon at the church. Graduates Entertained— A reception for the graduates who attend the Baptist church, was held Tuesday. June 19, at 7:45. A program wjildi was under the leadership of Helen Cook, was enjoyed by all. The class prophecy was written by Dorothy Urch. Dr. Bice of Sioux City College, gave a very interesting talk. Gifts were presented to the graduates by the B. Y. P. U. president, Edna Mae Sill. After the program refreshments were served. July 3rd Picnic at C. C.— Members of the Country Club will hold a family picnic at the club house the evening of July 3rd. Each member is askel to bring another family with them. Ice cream and candy bars will be furnished by the Country Club and after dark there will be a few fireworks, committee in charge of the entertainment is as follows: chairman. E. C. HanclKr. Bob James, Walter Lorenz and Victor Parsons. Suppe rwill be served at 6:30 followed with a concert by the high school band from 7:30 until 8:20. 95 Conple Dance at C. C.— Ninety-five couplos danced to the music of Cec Hurst and his ten piece i band last Monday evening nt the Country G"4ib. These dances are held every two wwks and the nrxt one will be given Monday night. July 9th. Jack Howard and his New Yorkers, who are now playing at the New Arngon Ballroom in Minneapolis will furnish the music. Afternoon C. C. Party Wednesday- Forty reservations had been made by Wednesday morning for the one o'clock luncheon and afternoon bridge to be held that day. The names pf those who received prizes will be published next week. St. Thomas Guild— St. Thomas Guld will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Dora Fraser. Algon. i Call Theatre— It's Cool Always Attend Fourth of July Celebration at Fair Grounds. Some time (luring the day give yourself a treat—ask for a pass-oul check. Come up to the theatre—cool off and see a swell show. Return to fair grounds. Xo extra charge. Wed.-Thurs., June 27-28 Money back guarantee. It's been screened. We know it's big. Win. Powell Myrna Loy in Dashiel Ilammett's "THE THIN MAN" Also 20 Minutes at the World's Fair, Chicago. New News. Friday, June 29 Benefit of Veterans of Foreign Wars buy tickets of committee. Richard Dix in "ACE OF ACES" Wild Cargo, Love on a Ladder and New News. Saturday Special, June 30 Revival. SAMUEL GOLDWYN F reduction ANTOR i*, FROM SPAIN UNITED ARTISTS PICTUttE Farmers' Nleht Award Serial and Scrappy. Sunday-Monday, July 1-2 I'-'s big fun. Wheeler and Woolsey Thelma Todd Dorothy Lee in "COCKEYED CAVALIERS" N-.-w—just released. It's laughs all the way. Also Colored Silly Symphony, "Punny Little Bunnies." Tuesday, July 3 $125 Bank Night $125 Two must go. Stuart Ervrin Lupe Velez Schnozzle Durante Thurs.-Fri., July 5-6 TvT^Y YE A~R ~O N E" PICTURE STANDS OUT FROM ALL THE RESTI "JOE PALOOKA 1 And New News and Comedy, ready for July 4th. Get Wednesday, July 4 All Day and All Night Every two hours. Attend Celebration at, fair grounds. Some lime during day aik fur pass ouc check. Come to the theatre. Cool off, see a corkug show. Return to the grounds —210 extra charge. Ben Bernie and his Band with Jack Oakie Alison Skipworth "SHOOT THE WORKS" It's big fun and music. Also Colored Silly Symphony, "Fuiiuy LitUt Bunnies." Oiracied by Allr«d Sanicll. From (he iiory b/ Louis Brcmdeld. Pon-jro S. Btrmon, ei«c. producer "Matinee 2:30 Thursday. Saturday Spec., July 7 Raney Reunion Sunday— One hundred and fourteen attended the 14th annual Raney family reunion held at the Call State Park Sunday, June 24th. They were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baney and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Raney and Charlotte of Livermore; Mrs. Flora Raney and Arthur of LuVerne; Mr. and Mrs. C. E Clarke, Ronald and Robert and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hartzell and family and Mrs. James Ross and Ireta and Betty, all of Britt; Dr. and Mrs. P W. Cairy of Sioux City; Dr. and Mrs. Win. Southwlck and family of Marahallt- town; Mrs. James Balney and family of Fairfax, Minnesota; Mrs. Edward Pantfkuk and Billy and Mtes Ruth Starks of Owatonna, Minnesota; Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson and family of Rich Point; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skilllng of Irvngton; Mrs. Cora Baney and Harriett and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Raney and Meredith. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Raney and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney and family, Mrs. Robert Moore and family, Mr. and Mrs. B, H. Potter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shore and family, Mrs. Jesse Schmidt and Durwood. Mr. and Mrs. John Prayer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Potter. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Moore and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark, and Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght Potter and Dean, all of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ramy of West Union,; Mfrs. Clnire Erickson and Dorothy of Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Nelson of Rinirsted: Mr. and Mrs. Victor Apple- paite and famly of Corwith; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Joss of Garner; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raney and Charles of Rutland; Mr. and Mrs Virgil Barrett and Virgil. Jr.. of Ledyard. Visitors ptresont were: Mr*. B. E. Clarke. Big Ston-?. Suoth Dakota; Mrs. George Lanstcr_and family. Big Stone. South Dakota; Joe Johnson, of Bode: Miss Anna Allwood. West Union; Miss Kathleen McClellan. LuVerne and Miss Garnett Adams. Corwith. Dntton Reunion Saturday— The Dutton clan held their 28th annual reunion Saturday at the fairgrounds with 96 relatives in attendance. Those present were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Dutton and family. Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Dutton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pierce, Mr. and rs. W. A. Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Coleman and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. George Steil. all of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Jo«>ph Koppcn and family of Livermorc; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell and family of Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wordcn and son of Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Chri.stcnscn of Ringstcd; Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Montgomery and fon. Mr. and Mrs. C Juhl of Forest City: Mrs. Arthur Horlon and family of Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. Russrl! Bam- scy and son Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kar- ncV, and family. Mrs. Charles Walker and daughter of Lake Park; Mrs. C. J. Dutton of Omaha; Mrs. Frank Miller and son of Claremont. Minnesota; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H:flcr and family of Granada, Minnesota; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wordcn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Logo and son. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ihle, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Richter and son. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Engclby and son. Walter Dutton and family of Elmore; Minnie Starck of Duluth. A program was given after the dinner and letters w:re read from absent relatives. The following ofli- cers for 1935 were elected: W. A. Dutton, reflected president, and Mrs. Wallace McArthur, reflected secretary- treasurer. Raney-Doran Marriage— A popular and well known Algona young couple were united in marriage ast Thursday morning when Sara Elizabeth Doran and Hoyt Ranev were married In the Catholic parsonage with Father T. J. Davern performing tl.e single ring orremony. Loretta Howie and Magnus Lichter were the couple's attendants. The bride Ls a daughter of Mr.;. Ann Zittrttsch of Algona. She is a graduate of the Algona high school in the class of 1931. For the past year she has been employed at Chrischllles <k Heri>st dry goods store. The groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Raney of Algona. He was a member of the class of 1930 of the Algona high school and graduated this year from the Iowa State College at Ames where he took a veterinary course. He jhas now set up a practice at Kingsley Iowa, which is near Sioux City. Both the bride and her attendant wore navy blue triple sheer ensembles with white accessories and shoulder corsages of raoes and baby breath. Immediately after the ceremony the couple left on their honeymoon a: Clear Lake where they enjoyed a week's i outing. They will be at home at King- slty alter July 1st. Annual II. V. A. Convention— The animal convention of th*? R. N. A. lodge was held at Bitherville last WedtU'oday. Algona was on the program with three numbers, a play- k-r.e. fancy drill and in the retiring ir.arrh com- it. Algona won first place in tin,; conu-at. the pr.ze being $300 un<i truv.-l. Algona has won first in U.i.-, eoi.i.c.,1 the last two years. Those atu-ndniK from here were Mtv;damt-s R. j W. Htji-d r. George Ya^er. Frtd Pow- lt-11. Ii rt Muckoy, Scott Moor.;, Art Ht-'.heri', Seima Godfred-on. Mabrl Rf.-ntz. H. Bruiis. Bob Carney. H P<«t. John Hardsjrave, Frank Oat rum. George Sciiifhaiii. Mary Gudenan. L. Swan.s- on. Ann Ziuritich. Zada Butler. Ralph Bmwn. Mary Laing. N-.-11'.e Var. Allen. J. Allen, Frank Vera. Guy Manor. H. Cok-n.an. Fred Parks. Fred Geigel. Imogene Wildin. Ben Hynds. L. Obon. and Wilma Straver. Mrs. Fred Powell b.L-ld the lucky number for trie occa- Monal chair prii.- given away at t'r.e ckue ut the meeting. R. N. A. lodge meeting Thursday evening at the Legion hail begirui.ng at 8 o'clock. Miscellanea ug Shower Held— A miscellaneous shower was given Friday afternoon by her mother lor Frieda Boeder. Who was married this mornung (Thursday) to Cheater Willey of Algona. Thirty gutsts were present and the time was &peoi in playing bridge. First prize went to Mrs. WIERD BASEBALL GAME WON BY WESLEY FROM ST. JOE CARDINALS Game Delayed several Times Due to Hot Arguments With Umpires St. Joe: The St. Joe Cardinals drop- ned a wterd game to the Wesley nine last Sunday by a score of 8 to 0. The Wesley team put six runs across the plate In the second Innings on four hits, coupled with a pair or errors, clinched the game for Wesley. The game was delayed several times due to some hot arguments with the umpires. Next Sunday the Cardinals play St. Benedict at St. Benedict. Appendicitis, Age 72 Peter J. Erpelding was taken sick w3:h an attack of appendicitis and rushed to Fort Dodge Mercv hospital last week Monday for treatment, Mr. Erpelding is 72 years of age. Mrs. Anna KrairWr Passes Mrs. Anna Kramer passed away at the homo of her daughter. Mrs. Marv Lentsch Sunday evening after a wrek of fcrlous illness. Obituary facts next week. Klttcnball Games McNelH's Champlaln kittenball team defeated tto? Bode team Tuesday evening by a score of 2 to 4. On Friday evening McNelH's team defeated the Western Beauties by a SCOP? of 4 to 3 on the Champlaln diamond north !he oil station. of Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. William Haglind cele- brated their 20th wedding anniversary Sunday by enjoying a picnic at th>? Leo Hivnna home south of Humboldt, who also celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary that day. Nick Dieter and daughter and his granddaughter from Texas are visiting here. Vincent Kellner and friend from St. Benedict visited with relatives and friends in this vicinity NSunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zelmet, Sr., and family were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Mike Wagner home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Klsch, Mike and John Brass were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Joseph Meurer home at Wesley. Mrs. Dan Moore Is enjoying a visit from her mother and sister. Mrs. An- nts and daughter, Beth of Miles City, Montana. Elst? and Alvina Garman from Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. George Garmann of Blue Earth were visitors at the William Reding home Sunday. James artd Merrill Moore returned home Saturday evening after a week's visit In the home of their uncle (Mr. Moore's brother) a veterinary at Dunlap. Mr. and Mrs. William Hammer and sons, Darwin and Herbert, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hammer to the John Hammer home near Swea City to attend the Hammer family reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding of Whltte- more were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs. Lucy Wagner. Mary Jane Reding remairted for a few days' visit with relatives here. Marvin Beding, son of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Bed- Ing, accompanied the Nick Bedings home for several days. F. L. Miller home and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Martin of Armstrong visited on Wednesday of last week. The ladles are both nieces of F. L. Miller. Mrs. Alice Miller and daughter, June of Minneapolis came Saturday evening to the P. L. Miller home, June going on to Fort Dodge Tuesday where she was bridesmaid for a friend there. They returned home Tuesday night. The Mothers and Daughters club was entertained last week Wednesday by Mrs. D. D. Sparks. Sixteen members and guests were present. There was no program. The next meeting la to be July llth with Mrs. L. A, Potter. A covered dish luncheon will be served. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Pry and daugh- ter Audrey and son, Ernest arid Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Gregson, Mr. and E S Skillina; and EllzabetJh Ann, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Harvey and two daughters Mir. and Mrs. O. L. MUlef and Betty, Monica Studer of Corwith and family picnic dinner at the Park Sunday. A large number enjoyed picnic dinner Sunday at the Ambrose A. Call State Park In honor of Daniel Potter of Boateneau, North Dakota.. Those present were Mrs. Mabel Potter of Spencer, Mrs. Alice Miller of Minneapolis D. C. Potter and son of Port Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. George McNlsh and daughter of Kanawha. Mrs. McNish was formerly Effie Baker. Sam Smith, low to Mrs. Henry Wagner and travel to Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee. Decorations were carried out in yellow and white. The bride-to-be then opened her many and beautiful presents. Was Six Last Friday- Theresa Ann. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bliley. was six ypnr.< old last ? riday and in honor of tlv? occasion was hostess to seven boys arc! girls at a party In the afternoon. Gu r> sts played games and a luncheon was served ater by Mrs. Blilrv. Those present were Ruth Ann and Rose Mary Duffy, Joyce Ann Aman, Beverly Ann Stebrltz, Mary Catherine Cain of Fort Dodge. Billy Joynt and Billy B-lsr-r. Concert Program Ready for Tonight The band concert program for this evening, as announced Tuesday, is as follows: "In Honor Bound." march; "Barnum and Bailey's." march; "Jolly Robbers," .-election; popular number; "Morning. Noon and Night," overture: "Medley King." march; "L "Estuduntelan." waltz; "Sliding Sid." trombone selec- .ion; "Panorama.' overture; "Salute to Uncle Sam." march. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Sally Kranz. mother of Mrs. T. H. ChrtschiUes. Is expected In Algona some time during the next two weeks. Mrs. Kranz is at present on her way to California from Honolulu, where she has spent the past three weeks. She has been visiting her son in California. Mrs. John Goeders has always enjoyed a good fishing trip, but she has not indulged in the sport much of late. However, the other day sh" 1 ac- tontJo, Texas. Mrs. N. C. Skow and daughter, Helen, are also visiting at the Turner home. Mrs. Skow Is Mrs. Turner's daughter. Another daughter, Mrs. O. O. McKlm of Omaha, is coming Sunday for a visit. She will be remembered as Dorothy Turner. Mrs. Turner's daughter, Mrs. O. M. White, her husband and children, returned to D?g Moines last Saturday after a f°w days' visit at her home and that of Mr. White's mother, Mrs. Herman Dau. CRESCO NEWS Mrs. L. E. Martin enjoyed a visit on Thursday from her mother, Mrs. August Harig of St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wilkins and D. E. Miller went to Grinnell Saturday and returned Sunday bringing Miss Alberta Grosenbach with them. Mrs. Thomas Metcalf recently fell off the back porch of her home, striking a metal bushel basket and breaking some ribs. She is now able to do her own work. Mrs. Jsmes Reed and son, James and daughters, Celia and Dorothy Stark and husband and two children of Hector. Minn., returned home last week Tuesday evening. The John Dltsworth family attended the Ditsworth family reunion Sunday at the Call State Park. Tbe E. C. Potters. O. 8. Moores and B. H. and D. B. Potters attended the Raney reunion Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Finn of Algona were callers Sunday evening at the companicd her son, Dennis, and a few other friends and spent five hours out in a boat and returned with a fine catch of fish. The Iowa State Bank has been undergoing a series of changes in the interior during the past week. The fixtures at the receiving and paying windows have been remodeled for convenience, and the partition between the lobby and the entrance has been removed. Other changes are also being made. Harold Turner came Monday for a 2 weeks' visit with his mother, Mrs. Ka- thertne Turner and his sister, Miss Grace. Harold is manager of the Payton ready-to-wear store in San An- A Crest Tire and a Gallon of Oil 'or much less than you would expect :o pay for the tire alone. A real saving.—Gamble Stores. 26 A First National Hit Farmers Night Award all adults. News, Serial iuid Scrappy. Sun.-Mon., July 8-9 Shirley Temple Jimmy Dunn in "BABY TAKE A BOW )! 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The br.st of the so-called "knee-type" springs as used on the most expensive cars for a more comfortable back-seat ride. T-slot Pistons with four rings Instead of the usual three. Four- bearing Crankshaft—Valve-seat Inserts—Oil Filter—Temperature and Oil Pressure Indicators on Instrument Panel—Steel Artillery Wheels. Prices as low as $485 for Standard Plymouth. All prices f. o. b. factory, Detroit, subject, to chang? without notice. Time payments to nt your budget. Ask your dealer for the Official Chrysler Motors Commercial Credit Plan. Elbert Garage Phone 612 South of Court House worKS Here are all the noi&e mikers, flares, tor- pedoe*. skyrockets. tor a "baus-up" 4Ui! Fireworks were never so exciting »» tlii s year's selection. Netv thrillr in noi<e and color—new safety—and prices thai mil allow you to celebrate to your heart's content. Get Vm today! 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