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*The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 5, 1934 Jane Vincent Weds— Jane Vincent, former Algona girl an daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vln cent of Oedar Rapids and Gerald Buc of Feoria, were married Monday at hlg noon at the chapel in St. Paul's Meth odist cfhurch In Cedar Rapids. The were attended by the bride's sister, Mr O. W. Lawrence and Floyd Gold of Pe oria. The bride wore an ankle length gow of white silk, organdie and a large pic ture hat. Her bouquet was of tea rose Her sister wore pink organdie and large white picture hat and carried bouquet of delphiniums. Emily Bofland of Glenwood, Iowa who had been a room mate of th bride when she taught at Newton, san during the ceremony. Ushers were O W. Lawrence and a Mr. Becker of Pe oria. After the wedding a luncheon and re ception was held at the Common wealth apartments in Cedar Raplc and the couple left on a wedding tri In Wisconsin. The bride attended the A'.gon schools and later was graduated from th-3 University of Iowa. She taugh at Newton and has been tenchinR n Franklin Park, Illinois, the past two o three years. Among those who attended the wed ding were six members of the orlgina Luhoshoe Campflre group of whic Jane was a member. They were Mrs Burton Thorpe, Mrs. Louis Reding o Algona; Mrs. Lee Stlllman of Gary Indiana, Mrs. Don Allen of Davenport Mrs. Maurice Cullen of Mason City an Mrs. R. N. Burroughs of Dallas Cen ter. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vincent Mrs. Lela Donnell and the bride's ne phew, Don Clapsaddle, also attended. The coupl-e will be indefinitely locat ed In the east for a time as Mr. Buck is associated with an accounting firm as a public accountant. Scharlnch-Trenary Wedding- William E. Scharlach, son of Mr. am Mrs. C. C. Scharlach, of Algona am Norma June Trenary, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Fred Trenary of Corwith were married Saturday, June 16, at 11 a. m., at the Highland Park Presbyterian church n Des Moines. Dr. H. C Shlffler performed the ceremony. Mrs. Duncan May. sister of the groom and Elmer Trenary were the couple's attendants The bride wore a floor length gown of white satin, with a tight fitting bodice having lace net sleeves puffed to the elbow and tight to the wrists. She wore a white hat and carried bride's roses and lily of the valley. Mrs. May wore a patou model of peach silk net over satin. Her accessories were white and she wore a corsage of roses and sweet peas. The bride Is a graduate of the University of Iowa and a member of Sigma Kappa social sorority and Kappa Phi, Methodist sorority. Mr. Scharlach attended Iowa State College and is now employed by the police department as a radio operator. The couple aro now at home at 1808 Pleasant street, Des Moines. Entertain Saturday Night- Mrs. C. R .LaBarre and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan entertained at a party Saturday night at the Country Club for their sons. Bob ami Allen. Ten couples were present and spent the evening dancing and playing cards. A lunch was then served by Mrs. Qulnn. Nelson Reunion Saturday: The Nelson family reunion was held Saturday, June 28. at the Call State Park. After an old-fashiomd picnic dinner a business meeting was held. The officers elected were: F. A. Nelson, Ringsted, president and Mrs. Joe Oates of Graettlnger, secretary-treasurer. Those attending were: Mrs. Charles Havens of Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. William Butrlck and children of Glidden, Mrs. Ardath Hick and Robert of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nelson and children of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Olson and children of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ben- ?choter of Irvington, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Huff of Algona, Mrs. Ray Thomas and children of Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. George Olsen and sons of Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stevens of Sexton, Mrs. Gertie Thompson of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Thompson and children of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Sophu Petersen and Erma of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelson of Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oakes of Graettlnger, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Christiansen and children of Ringsted, F. A. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Nolson and Mrs. Sena Nelson of Ringsted. Afternoon C. C. Party— Forty-five guests were present at the one o'clock luncheon Wednesday at the Country Club. Bridge was p'.aycd the rest of the afternoon anrt In contract Mrs. Dennis Goeders re-eivpd the high score prize, Mrs. L. G. Baker th-e medium score prize *nd Mrs. Arlo Adams the low score prize. Mrs. WIU Daughan was presented the high score prize, Mrs. R. H. Fautz of Sioux City the medium score prize and Mrs. Joe Kelly the low score prize in auction. Those in charge of the party were: chairman, Mrs. John Kohlhaas, Mrs. Ted Larson and Mrs. Roy BJustrom. Surprise Mrs. Harold Carr— Five couples surprised Mrs. Harold Carr Sunday night at her home which was the former James McDonald home on Call street, in honor of her birthday. The evening was spent informally and after Mrs. Carr had unwrapped ler presents, refreshments were served. Those couples present were: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Frederick. Mr. and Mrs. McAtee. Mr. and Mr?. W. H. Dow, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Potter and Mr, and Mrs. F. L. Thorpe. Mrs. Specht Guest of Honor— Elsie Specht gave a surprise party Saturday afternoon in honor of her mother. Mrs. C. F. Specht who oele- rated her birthday that day. The af- crnoon was spent In visiting and re- "reshments were served later. Those adles present were Mrs. Grant Sarnie, Caplola Samcle, Mrs. Frank Green, firs. Harvey Cbleman. Mrs. A. W. Beh- ends. Mrs. Mell Ferguson and Mrs. ntone Didriksen. Algona Couple Attendants- Last Thursday morning. June 28th. at 10:30 o'clock, Luela Jacobs of Hawarden, Iowa, became the bride of Merle Focklington of Hawarden. Rev. P. J. Braner performed the single ring ceremony at the Lutheran church in Algona and the couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bollock, old friends of the -young couple. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pockllngton will live at Hawarden, Iowa, where the groom \s employed as a .truck driver. CALL THEATRE, Algona COOL AND COMFORTABLE Thurs.-Fri., July 5-6 Parade. Ann Harding John Boles Helen Vinson "THE LIFE OF VERGIE WINTERS" Saturday Extra Spec. For the whole family. Joe E. Brown 'THE CIRCUS CLOWN Extra added attraction—The Fly- 3odonas in their astonishing act on the flying trapeze; Poodles Hanneford and Troupe in death-defying •questrian feats; The Picchiani Family In the most sensational tumbling act on earth; Mamk- Ward—miraculous marvel of the flying lings. Step Right up, folks. The big show b about to begin. Serial—News—Scrappy Sun.-Mon., July 8-9 It's grand to be able to offer thla grand entertainment. For the en- ;lre family. Shirley Temple Jimmy Dunn Claire Trevor in "BABY TAKE A BOW" Better than "Little Miss Marker" or "Stand Up and Cheer." AJUo Big Musical, "Let's Play Post Office." New News and Mickey Mouse." Bank Nite Tues July 10 Wm .Powell Edna Best la "THE KEY" A love thief who waa the joul of honor. Wednesday Thursday, July 11-12 OUTSTANDING PRODUCTION! And Lanny Ross in "TUNE UP AND SING" A girl-spy, beautiful, dangerous . . . but a prisoner of love! Robert W. Chambers' grand romance, brought to the screen with the spectacle ot 'Birth of a Nalon," Uie heart-beat of ••Suiilin' Through." Marion Davies Gary Cooper With Jean Parker, Katharine Alexander, Ted Healy, Four Mills Bros. A Metro-Guldwii-Mayer Cosmopolitan Production Fri.-Sat., July 13-14 Bichard Dix Irene Dunn in CIMMARON Sun.-Mon., July 15-16 Big nioiiciU act "Tm Kot Harmony" dlid W. C. Fields Baby LeRoy iu "THE OLD FASHION ED WAY" Honor Anders Anderson— Seventy-five friends and associates of Anders Anderson gathered at the First Lutheran Hall Friday night in honor of his eighty-seventh birthday which he celebrated the next day. A short and interesting program was given as follows: songs by a quartette consisting of Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand, Dorothy and Palmer Sellstrom, poem by Arlene Olson and the piece, A Beautiful Flavor by Aria Bakken. Rev. Sjostrand then spoke a few words to which Mr. Anderson responded and thank-ed the gathering The guests then seated themselves at four long tables prettily dkcorafred with candles and colors of pink and green and with a birthday cake centering each table. Luncheon was served and the guests departed. Mr. Anderson was presented with a purse as a birthday gift from those present. Guest Here Gives Program— Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Burrell of Perry spent the week end with their daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Tuttle. Another daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Melo- vldoff and two children of Salem. Oregon, accompanied them. Mr. Melovl- doff, a very outstanding concernt violinist, gave n short program at the M. E. church Sunday morning. He is bund, master and music instructor in the Wilamette University at Salem. Mrs. j Melovldoff is the nonw economics instructor nt the Government Indian , school at Chewawa. Oregon. | — * * } Hostess at Luncheon-Dinner— j Mrs. P. J. Christensen. Mrs. Roy j Christensen and Mrs. E. A. Schemel were hostesses Saturday at a I o'clock luncheon and also at a 7 o'clock dinner. Contract bridge was played in the afternoon at five Tables and hieh score prizes w^nt to Mrs. H. L. GUmore. Mrs. W. D. Andrews and Mrs. Melzar Falkenhainer. In the eveninsc bridge was played at four tables and Mrs. H. M. Hauberg. Mrs G. W. Stillman. Union Folks Home This Week After Trip to Southwest Union- The Harry Ward family are expected hom« this week from a trip of three weeks in the Black Hills In South Dakota and at Las Vegas, Nevada, at I he Cyril Wingert home. Mrs. Wingert was formerly Lottie Ward. The trip was made In a new Ford coach Just recently purchased. Fern Drone and wife are looking after the duties at the Ward farm during their absence. Gardners Gather A family (fathering was held Sunday at the Austin Gardner homain Plum Creek. Dinner was served. Those attending from Union were the Leonard Cniikshank, Stanley Gardner and Glen Jenkinson families- Back From Canada Frank Cniikshank. Sr.. returned home Fridav afternoon from a visit with his dauorhter, Mrs. Arthur Jackman and familv at Saskatchewan. Canada. He reports everything on the trip as verv drv. H<? drove through accompanying Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cruikshank- CUPID HAS BUSY WEEKATFENTON WITH 3 WEDDINGS One Secret Ceremony in Minnesota Uncovered in News Article and Mrs. prizes. H. V. Hull received high Social Gathering— A social gathering of the Y. P. S. of the Trinity Lutheran church was held at the Chas. Geilenfeld farm last Friday evening. About forty young folks attended the gathering. The evsning was spent with playing kittenball and other various games. After this refreshments were served. Th? evenin? was enjoyed by all. Miss Frieda Pnetz is president and Helmuth Huenhold is vice president of the socle'y. C. C. Party July llth— The next afternoon Country Club party with a one o'clock luncheon and afternoon bridge will be given July llth at the club house. The party will be in charge of: chairman. Mrs. J. F. Ovormyer Mrs. P. A. Danson. Mrs. M. P. Haggard. Mrs. R. H. Miller, Mrs. M. P. Weaver. Guests at 6:30 Dinner— Mrs. W. E. Laird was hostess to a few friends Monday evening at a 6:30 dinner. The remainder of th-? evening was spent informally in visiting and playing cards. Legion Auxiliary Meet— The American Legion Auxliary will meet Friday night at 8 o'clock at the Legion Hall. At this time delegates will be elected to the state convention at Des Moines. Birthday Party Monday- Mary Ellen Worster observed he* 13th birthday Monday and invited nine guests In for the afternoon. Games were played and a supper was served later. Hostess to W. C. T. U.— Miss Belle Purvis will be hostess to the W. C. T. U. July 10th at 2:30 p. m. All members and friends are urged to be present. Kossuth Girls Win State 4-H Honor At Ames Conclave Twenty-eight 4-H girls and leaders were a part of the large delegation of 1600 people who attended the 4-H girls' club convention at Ames last week from Monday until Thursday Inclusive. Algona business men furnished free transportation to and from the convention. Frederica Girres, Wesley, was one of 13 girls who wrote a perfect paper in the music memory contest In which there were 380 girls participating. Frederica was given a set of 4-H club songs In recognition of the good work she did in the music memory contest. Lilah Kaphenst of Hebron township, was one of 78 girls who received bet- t/cr than 90 per cent in their mu.sic memory papers. She was awarded a copy of the Four Leaf Clover aong. Frances McEnroe of Algona played a violin solo at Uie convention se.v>ion Tuesday morning and she played on the radio program over WOI Thursday noon. Ida Mae Gardner of Plum Creek spent several days list, wees with Luc-He Bod?. Mr. and Mr?. Chester Bailey spent the •rees end at St. Paul and returned Monday everjpjt. John Laa;u;h was a dinner sjuest on Sur.dsv a: :N? home of his daughter. Mrs. LouU Bode. Eldon Stoffel. who is managing a ero- cerv st-Tr? a; Rinssted. spent Sunday with his parents. Mr. and Mrs- Em.il Stoffel. Ethel McFadden spent from Tuesday until Saturday of last week with Mrs. Frank CruiksSank They were former schoolmates. Kathryn Bode accompanied her aunt Mrs. Carroll Puth and her husband and Mrs. Kate Laughrin to Fort Dodg«? Sundav and brought home Mrs. John Lamuth. Sunday evening one of Chester Bailey's horses came In contact with a wire fence, cutting Its neck. The wound was very deep, but fortunately the gullet was not injured, although the flesh was torn from it. A veterinarian was called, who cleaned the wound, but could not sew it due to the fact that infection might set in. The Union club will hold its next meeting on July 19th at the home of Mayme Stelnman with Carrie Bourne as assisting hostess. The dauehters will take charge of this meetine and every member is requested to brinz a daughter. The committee in charee P Dorothy Ward, chairman. Eleanor Vogel and Lucile Dearchs. MISSION FESTIVAL AT LOTTS CREEK Lotts Creek: The annual mission festival of the Lutheran congregation will be held on Sunday. July 8th at the Herman Hintz erove. The morning services will begin at ten o'clock with Rev. Boye of Ocheydan preaching in the German lanoruapte. English services begin at 2:30 o'clock with Rev. W. H. Discher of Whittemore preaching the sermon. A free lunch will be served to all vlsftinK guests at noon. Esther Schmiel spent the week end at the Paul Trauger .home at Algona. The local ball team defeated the Lakota team last Sunday by a score of 11 to 8 at the Lakota diamond. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jaskulke received the ead news of the dreath of their srandchild. the little eighteen months old daughter of their son. Herman and wife, who live near Armstrong. The child had been ill with measles arj complications. Friends of Grandfather Mlttag will be elad to hear that he has so far recovered from his recent lllnens that he enjoyed a day of fishing at Last Island Lakp last week and caught his limit of nsh. Mrs. Win. Wetzej who submitted to a major operation at the General hosoltal at Aleona last Thurs- dav Li recovering as well as can be expected. Fenton: On Sunday evening at eight o'clock occurred the marriage of Elvira Krauw and Enos Wrede of Garner. Miss Krauw is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Krause of this place and Mr. Wrede Is the son of the Rev. and Mrs. H. R. Wrede of Garner. The single ring ceremony was read by tr>? Rev. Wrede. The brkie wore a (town of egg shell silk crepe and carried a bouquet of Talisman roses and baby breath. Her bridesmaid was Ann Wrede, sister of the bridegroom. August Krause, brother of tre bride, waa best man. Edmund Krause. brother of the brkie and Harold Wredo. brother of the bridegroom, wore ushers. Lucille Wesson, a former uupsl ,'f Mrs. Wvedes, sang "O Promise Me." .icconiua-nied oi> the organ by Le- cna Borchnrdt. who also played 'he wedding march from Lohengrin. The bridesmaid wore a gown of vellow or- «u ndy and carried bronze snapdragons and baby breath. The bride was graduated from the Fenton high school and attended college at Grituiell for one vear. She completed her course and received her ciesrree at Valparaiso, Indiana, and has taught the four intervening years at Garner. Mr. Wrede attended, college at New Ulm. Minnesota, and has since been employed with the Central States Electric Company. This spring he purchased a half Interest in the B. R. Krause grocery at Burt of which he is now manager. A wedding dinner was served to one hundred and forty relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Wrede will jo to housekeeping at once In Burt. Pettlt-Wehnpan Weddtajr HUdred Pettlt. son of Mr. and Mrs. George Pettit of Lone Rock and Elvira, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Wchrspann w-ere united in marriage at eight o'clock Friday evening at the St. John's Lutheran church at Fairville by the Rev. H. D. Stahmer. The bride was attired in a gown of ankle length chiffon organdy and carrie-d a bcuaiKt of vellow snapdragons. Her cousin. Ruby Hantelman. was her bridesmaid and wore nn ankle length dress of green organdy and carried a jouquet of Dink snapdragons and baby jreath. Raymond Priebe was best man. Th-e bride Is the only child of Mr. and Mrs. Wehrspann and was graduated from the Fenton high school with the class of 1930. She has remained at home with her parents since. Mr. Pettit attended the Lone Rock public school and Is now employed with the Gotesch Motor Company lere. Mr. and Mrs. Pettit left immediately after the ceremony for an extended trip into Minnesota. PLUM CREEK NEWS IRVING-TON NEWS CRESCO NEWS The Earl Miller family were Sunday visitors at the J. M. Cox and H. T. Sabin koines in Alxona. Juatuta. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Potter won the $100 lust week 'lut.-.^day given at the Call Theatre. Gerald and Dean Crawford of Min- i.eaixjlio came Thursday night to the hon.e of Uv-ir grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miller. Daniel Potter and children left on Friday for their home at Boat,tx;neiiau. North Dakota, after visiting relatives at Hector and Minneapolis tnroute. IJolph Miller and Mi« Alberta Gro- ieubach and Arthur Stueber of Sexton went to Grimicll for the 4th. Alberta will remain at home there. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brandow and daughter. Mildred, and tons, Kenneth, Lloyd, and Ellsworth W*TC w«elc end and Sunday visitors at Obkaloo&a. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown of Boone stopped & few hours here wth relatives Monday enroute to Brainerd, Minnesota, on a fUhlng trip and a month of vacation. Clyde D. Uartki and wife of Oaklyn. New Jersey, spent two davs Uu>t week with hid brother Lloyd E.. and Miss Camilla Frankl Ls visiting this week with her grandparents at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ditsworth, Mrs. Sam Reaper and John Mclhattin were Sundav dinner guests at the Ed Ditsworth home near Burt. Mrs. A. J. Brown accompanied her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Dpef-sman to Chicago where they will spend several days attending the Century of Progress. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Greenfield and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Runchey visited Sundav at the John Ulftrs home at fen ton. Mrs. Ulfers is a daughter of Mrs. Greenfield and a sister of Mrs. Huncliey. MLs-s Leona Stewart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart, former west of Irvington residents, is spending this week at the home of her parents in AJ- Kona. Ml^s Lcona is taking a course in beauty culture in DCS Moines. Mrs. James Raines arid daughter, Gtraldin of Fairfax, Minn., were last Tuesday visitors at the Roy Fitch home. Mrs. Raines is a cousin of Mrs. Fitch. Mrs. Raines will be remembered by older residents as the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Starks and when a small child lived in this community. Among those who attended the celebration at Mason City last Thursday tixjitoortd by the Iowa State Brand Creamery a-->sociation were the Edw. Mawdslevs, Cleve Stewarts, Geo. Hack- mans, Clarence Mawdsleys. Fred Gei- geLa. Ralph Lages. and Neal Smiths. The baiiuuet is an annual affair and is given to Uw patrons of the various creameries belonging to the association. Mesdames Marl*: Scuflham, Laura Bockes and Norma Gillespie entertained last Wednesday afternoon at a benefit bridge party for the Royal Neighbor lodge. Six dollars and twenty-five cents were realizred and turned into the lodge treasury. Mrs. Carl Hutchins received first raize. Mrs. Herman Plait, low and l&fs. Prank Obtrurn travel Mrs. Wm. Luciwig, Mrs. KnuUon and. David King were guests. wife aiul all motored io Zuterlakeu and Pairmrnit Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Carl Hayues of Peoria 111., arrived Sunday morning £or a visit with tlie former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E Ha, ne and were accompanied by Mis. Ellen Potter. The latter will reman for a, visit with Mrs Mae Miller and Mrs. L. B. Potter and other relatives and old frk-nda. The Havnes exoect to return borne tuday (Thursday). Relnifrs-Wisbrod Nuptials News leaked out here last week of the marriage of Frieda Reimers, the daughter of Mrs. Kate Menz and Shelby Weiabrod, son of Mrs. H. P. Wels- brod. The couple were secretly married at Lakeleld, Minnesota, June 14. A former Fenton resident now living at Lakefleld saw the announcement in the paper and promptly sent it here and the secret waJi out. Mr. Wels- brod is connected with the WeUbrod Implement Company here and they will live in Fenton. Breaks Collarbone Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Geronsln received word last week that their son, Harold, had br en taken to the station hos- Dltal at Fort Des Moines for treatment for a broken collar bone which tie received playing klttenbcll In the CCC camp at Eldora, where he 13 located. Donald Gibson from Havelock was a visitor at the Wm. Altwegg home on Friday. Mrs. Christopher McWhcrter spent several days at the Claude Seeley home. Mrs. Frank Haldeman was hostess to the Algona Baptist Ladies' Aid last Thursday. The Elmer Jasperson family spent Sunday at the Victor Young home in Mason City. Henry Elscheids of Rich Point vicinity were Sunday visitors at the A. Eischeld home. Geo. Kain has gonte to Colorado to look for employment. He may remain there permanently. Mrs. Layman of Whlttemore visited at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Julius Baas, last week. The annual meeting of the Plum Creek school board was held Monday at the center school house. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Henderson and family of Plover were visitors at the John Gross home Sunday. Mr. ami Mrs. James Davidson were visitors from Wednesday to Friday near Oinah* at the home of Mrs. Karl Anderson. Miss Lois Stevens who has been employed at the Jewell Larson home returned to Ser home near corwlth on Tuesday. Elgina, Calhoun and Doris Davidson entertained ten little friends en Thursday ati tneir OratunoUier Johnson's home in honor of their birthdays. Mis. Guy Harmon who has been a patient at the Ic-wa Ctty hospital five weeks, is expected home this week. Helen Miller has been staying at the Harmon home during her absence taking care of the household. Fred Gremmels of Dubuque is vla- Itlng his sister, Mrs. Fred Kuecker nd familv and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mitchell are en- loying a visit from the letter's sister, .-i. John Benson and husband of Eagle Grove. Mrs. Kate Newel went to the Patch lotel at Millers Bay on Lake Okobo- ii la.st week where she will work as long as the resort season lasts. Mr. and Mrs. John Froh and Emll, Margaret and Martha Bley of Mallard visited at the George Stems and Robert Voettler homes Sunday. Mrs. J. A. Mueller was hostess to the Hook and Needle club Saturday even- ng. ThU was the last meeting of the club until fall. Club guests w«re Mrs. E. W. Ruske and Selma Meyer. Mr. and Mrs Ernest Peterson and Mrs Mary Radig of Pasadena, California, are making an extended visit with relatives here. "They were six o'clock dinner guests at the August Zumach home Thursday evening. Mrs. J. B. Hansen was hostess to the Dorcas sewing circle Friday afternoon. Club guests were Mrs. E. C. Fauerby, Mrs. GilTingham, Mra. Shelby Wesbrod, Mrs. George Goetsch, Mrs. John Gramenz and Mrs. Carrie Voigt. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller spent last Thursday at Lake Okobojl where the yatterided a meetln gof the Upper IX-s Moines Medical society The women were entertained at bridge and a banquet, was enjoyed in the evening at the Inn. Miss Margaret Hedrtck of Mason CJty visited over Friday until Monday with her friend. Lois Miller. The Sexton baseball team played the Irvington team on the Irvington diamond Sunday with Sexton winning. Little Phyllis and Lois Fraser visited Sunday afternoon with their little friend, Bonnie Snyder, north of town. Miss Bernice Bobblnhouse of Titon- kA accompanied Mrs. Evert Hodgin to ftrcid last week Friday wh'.-re thoy will both visit for a while Mrs. Roy Sarchett and family of near Algona were Wednesday afternoon visitors at the home of her sister, Mrs. Joseph Fraser and family here. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Merriam and family of near Corwith were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and family north of town. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders. Mrs H?nry Hawley and little granddaughter, Constance Joy were Wednesday afternoon visitors at Tltonk.i at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Pink and family. Mrs. Sarah Wise^on, Herman, and daughter, Nell, drove to Mason City Sunday where they vteltcd with their sons and brothers, Hack and Strother Wise and families at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise. Mr .and Mrs. Lou Bolenus, Robert and June of near Doan, Mr. and Mra. Earl Stott and son, Keith of Tltonka, Mrs. Naomi DeWllde and her father, Henry Hawley of Mason City were all visitors Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Saunders. Kathryn Klrschbaum visited last week at Britt at the home of her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Elsenman and family. Sunday, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Klrschbaum and Leo drove over and spent the day bringing Kathryn home with them. Mrs. Ray Black and Mrs. Laura Francis entertained trie Ladles Aid of Sexton at the homo of Mrs. Black last week Thursday afternoon. A nice crowd attended and a very interesting les&on of Bible study waa enjoyed by all. A delicious lunch was served by the hoste&s. , Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Brophy, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham and family and Mr. and Mrs. J ihn Miller all drove to Mason city last Thursday where they attended the Iowa State Brand creamery banquet at the creamery near Mason City. St. Joe Girl Now Sisterhood Member St Joe: Jimtnlc ThUges, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gales, Mrs. John Altman, Loretta and Olga Gales, left Tuesday morning for Techney, II- loinois, to attend the investment to the Sisterhood of Mary Marguerite, who will be better remembered by her many friends as Armella Gales. They will visit relatives in Waterloo and Chicago and also attend the World's Fair before returning home. Tom Becker returned from the Fort Dodge Mercy hospital Saturday afternoon. Mr and Mrs. Andrew Reding and family were visitors in this vicinity on Sunday. Sister Claudia left Wednesday afternoon for Dubuque to attend the funeral of a relative. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dieter from West Bend visited with relatives in this vicinity Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Albert Relling from Mt. week with the Relling family. They returned home Thursday. Mr and Mrs. William Hammer and son were visitors at the Herbert Bengo home near Bradgate Sunday. Stella Borm'ann, R. N.. wenb to Fort Dodge Mercy hospital Tuesday evening to care for Peter J. Erpeldlng. Mr. and Mrs. George Schaller and family visited with the Henry .Bonnstetter family at Whlttemore last Sunday. Edward Becker and Florinne Josal of Tower City. North Dakota, arrived here Thursday to visit with Edward's parents and other relatives. Relatives and friends gathered at the Mike Redine home Sunday evening to help Mrs. Reding celebrate her 64th birthday which occurred on the 28th. Isabelle and Reglna Kruecher were called to their home at Currie, Minn. Sunday evening due to the illness of their mother. Jeter Zelmet took them up and returned home Monday. Mrs. George Bormann, Marcella Thilges, Thelma Bormann and Betty Jane Bormann had their tonsils removed at Fort Dodge Friday. Francis Er- peldlnR had his. removed on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer attended a birthday party Friday evening In honor of Raymond Kramer at the Oox home near Algona. The Cox familv are neighbors to the Joe Kramer family. Q r •'*• Week-End Specials Puffed Wheat, Q f Quaker, pkg O*» Grape Nuts, per pkg Sure-Jell, 2 pkgs Corn 3 No. 2 cans Ice Cream Jello, per pkg Malt, Council Oak per can Peaberry Coffee, per pound Mop Sticks, Q r sale price «7*» Pork & Beans, 'IA~ tall can 1V1. Kell. Corn Flakes 2 pkgs Black Flag y 2 pt. 25c, pt. 45c, Qt. 75c Velvet and Prince 11 p Albert, per can Ill* Fly Swatters, Q p dime value Ov» Stock Salt, CC- 100 Ib. bag tl«IC Block Salt, per block Salmon, 2 tall cana Peas, No. 2 can, new crop Milk, tall can 1C r *.u\r 6c Little Girl From Armstrong Buried Delurta Ann Jaokulke, 19 mouths old daughter of Mr. and M«. H. J. Jmfcul- ke, of AruuU'oiig, died Saturday morning W the KuaiuLh hospital from kid- uvy trouble and complications, left trout the measles. Funeral services were held at the Lutheran church at Armstrong Monday afternoon. "She Walked Into Ills Parlor"— that Gripping Story of a Modern Business Giri'g Struggle for True Love—Begins in Hie American Weekly, the Mar**ine Distributed With Next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. Stomach Trouble Sufferers Drink YERBAVIDA This remarkable beverage, made from a desert herb known, as the "Plant of Life," has brought about most amazing results In the different forms of stomach trouble—hyper-acidity, gastritis, heartburn, dyspepsia, and ulcers. Yerbavlda is » drugiett beverage and Its dehdous flavor is very plfMtng to the taste. A cup at each meal promotes good digestion, while a cup at bedttma insures good refresh- Ing sleep. Yerbavlda is Inexpensive, too. A large paclragtt. enough for 240 cups, can be obtained for only $1.00. U your local druggistu cannot supply you, accept no substitute, but seod *1.00 direct to Yerbavida Sales Co., 612 southwest Bldg., Los Angeles, California. Or s 36- page book, "The story of Yerbavlda" free on request. For fcWo at Lusbys Drug atore. Statement of The IOWA STATE BANK Algona, Iowa On call of the Superintendent of Banking June 30, 1934 Resources Cash or Its Equivalent—Cash & due from banks $934,271.99 United State Bonds __ 3b'7,500.00 State and Kossuth County Bonds 32,700.00 $1,334,471.99 First Mortgages on Improved Heal Estate 131,050.99 Loans to Customers , 231 011.14 Corn Loans "_. 22G,'l73.60 Poor Fund Warrants 3,088.47 Overdrafts ' '<%9 Banking House & Fixtures 19,0(HXOO Stock in Federal Reserve Bank 3*000.00 Stock in Fed. Dep. Ins. Corp. !J423.'l2 $1,949,219.63 Liabilities Capital Stock $ 50,000.00 Surplus Rn nnn nn TT r. . ._ ~ '— — — — — — — UU.UUU.UU Undivided Profits 30 714 22 Deposits 1,818,505.31 DEPOSITS INSURED $1,919,219.53

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