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The Algdna Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 5, 1934 WESLEY FARMERS AHEAD OF KNEE HIGH BY FOURTH JULY PROPHECY Oats Could be Heavier, But Corn Prospects Are '• Very Bright Wesley: Most of the farmers in the Wesley community are through, or will be through Shortly, plowing their com for the last round this year. The crop has grown rapidly and is far In advance of the usual knee high by the Fourth of July measurements. Oats will not be as heavy as hoped for. but it too grew surprslngly fast after the drenching rain of a month ago. Moisture at this time is needed badly for all vegetation. Gravel Pit a Mecca The Kossuth county gravel pit three miles over into Hancock county is fast becoming the mecca for bathers in this community. Some nights it is reported that around a hundred cars can be seen parked on the grounds. While a gravel pit isn't supposed to be the safest place to swim, those who go in declare there are no drops until the further south end Is reached. The Kouba Food Market of Wesley last week installed an electric refrigerator in the Mrs. Catherine Shlpman home at Corwlth. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kouba, Sr, and Grace and Vera took then- grandson and nephew, Donnie Van Costing to his home In diaries City, Sunday. Kenneth Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thompson, submitted to an operation for the removal of his appendix at the Kossuth hospital in Algona Friday night. Minnie and Will Frimml and sister. Mrs. Paul Brabec and her two daughters left Saturday for a visit over the week end with another sister, Mrs. Ryan at Marengo, lows. Members of the Methodist Ladies' Aid will hold an ice cream social on Saturday night, July 7th on the vacant lot between the Kouba Food Market and the Lease hardware store. Mr. and Mrs. Ed HUdman and family took her father, Fred Wirth to his honw at Gilbert Saturday night following his visit here for two weeks with his several daughters and their families. Mr. and Mrs. George Aldrich and Jerrold left Tuesday morning for a week's vacation to be spent with her sisters at Minneapolis and with relatives at other points in Minnesota and South Dakota. The P. C. Haynes, Bill Rlcke, Bill Foertsch families and Allie and Geo. Foertsch enjoyed a day's outing and fishing trip to Crystal Lake one day last week and report the capture of a large number of fish. Mrs. Bertha S. Looft and three daughters, Margaret, Grace and Johnette, were entertained Friday for dinner at the Ole Johannesen home at Seneca. For supper that evening they were guests at the home of Grandma Looft at Lakota. Mr. and Mis. Karl Wester of Mason City spent from Thursday until Sunday here with his parents enjoying a three days' vacation from, his duties In the employ of the extension depart- ment at ithe Iowa State Collpee at Ames. Mrs. DcSpence Bentley and two year old daughter, Ardls Rose of Birmingham, Alabama, are here for a several week's visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Giddings. Mr. Bentley is a government chemist and inspector. Miss Margaret Haverly who spent the past week visiting her folks, the Henry Haverlys returned to Fort Dodge Saturday, to continue her employment doing housework. Her brother Clarence Haverly also spent several days of last week here visiting relatives. Mrs. Leon F. Smith and three children, Waytw, Joan and Paul, of Fort Dodge spent last week here visiting hoi parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kleinpeter returning to their home Monday. Another Kleinpc-ter daughter, Mrs. Don Meleney of Britt and baby spent several days here last week. Eleven members of the local American Legion Auxiliary sewed carpet rags at the Mrs. Halvor Flom home Friday afternoon. Pictures were taken during the afternoon which will be used to decorate the scrap book which Mrs Flom will enter in the county contest at, the county meeting in August. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kunz and three children. Junior, June Adele and Mary Adine. left Monday morning for a two w-ceks' trip which will take them to the northern part of Minnesota where Jule will attend to business in connection with the Federal Surety Company of Davenport for wliich he is the receiver in charge, Miss Nola Grattidge acted as hostess to eight playmates Saturday, June 23 in celebration of her llth birthday anniversary. The afternoon hours were spent in swimming at tee pool In Algona followed by a weiner roast on the Grattidge back lawn at supper tune. All the girls had a very nice time and voted their appreciation of fine entertainment. Mrs. C. S. Guy celebrated her birthday anniversary Friday and in observing the event stepped over the traces a trifle by leaving the cafe early in the morning in company with Mrs. W. A. Fischer. Mrs. Paul Erdmann and Mrs. Emil Wester for a fishing trip to Lost Island. The day was most enjoyably spent vacationing from household cares and duties. The Art Careys of Des Moines brought their daughter, Jean Marie, and nephew. Edward Kunz here Friday night following Eddie's visit at the Corey home since the middle of th-; week. Edward and Jean Marie left Saturday night for Madison, Wisconsin, where he will return to his employment for a grocery firm, and where Jean Marie expects to visit at the Ruth B. Kunz home. A tx»f steak fry picnic supper with all the celebrating families bringing festive goodies was enjoyed at Eagle Lake Tuesday evening honoring Mr. and Mrs. Otto Carlson and Bernice, who spent the past week here visiting his sister. Mrs. Carl Franzen. The Franzcns entertained a group of their friends Thursday evening in honor of the Carlsons who left the next morn- Ing lor their home In Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Scurr and family returned Thursday from Ames where Mr. Scurr attended a short course. Mrs. Scurr visited at Gilman. After the Fourth Used Car Bargains Roalson-Wollentine Wedding Nuptials Occurred Last Week Lakota: Wednesday at high noon at the Immanuel Lutheran church at Swea City, occurred the marriage of Hazel Marie Roalson of Swea City, and Ono. Kenneth Wollentlne of this place. Rev. Raymond Swanson, pastor of the church, united theae young people by using the single ring ceremony. The young people were attended by Miss Alice Peterson of Ringsted, a friend of the bride, and Theo. Wollentine, brother of the groom. Before the ceremony Clayton Roalson sang '•! Love You Truly," and after the ceremony Miss Martha Holcomb sang "More Love to Thee." The young couple will go to housekeeping in a new house that has been built recently north of town where the groom is farming in partnership with his stepfather, J. H. Holcomb. Guests from here who attended the wedding were Mrs. J. E. Ukena ard daughter, Dorothy, Mrs. J. R. Heetland, Mrs Walter Hans and children, Nadine and Loren and Mr and Mrs. C. O. Peterson. Miss Beulah Looft spent several days last week with her friend Catherine Powers. Paul Ukena and John and Don Wortman spent Friday at the Wade Ball home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tutton of Buffalo Center, visited Sunday evening at the Peter Bruer hcme. Mrs. Fred Schroeder and infant, daughter returned home Thursday from the hospital at Buffalo Center. Harold Johnson has been going about the past several days wth a severe case of Ivy poisoning, his faoe being badly swollen. Little Miss Dorothy Klrby of Chicago arrived here on Saturday for an extended visit at the home of her aunt, Mrs. S. P. Powers. L. Nelson and daughter and son of Algona, and Guy Hart and daughter of Bancroft were visitors Sunday even- Ing at the Wade Ball home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis returned home Thursday from their trip through the Black Hills and Wyoming te-here they visited with relatives. Mrs. S. P. Powers and children, Catherine and Bobby, and Beulah Looft spent Saturday at Algona where they went to meet, Mrs Powers' nlere, Dorothy Klrby. The Tom Loats family of Titonka and the Higo Loats family of Buffalo Center visited Tuesday evening at the E. A. Wortman home. The men are brothers of Mrs. Wortman. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Winter and the Earl Goodnow families of Mason City were here on Monday to visit with Mrs. E. A. Wortman who Is seriously ill at her home south of town. Mrs. W. E. Dawson and daughter, Shirley, of Excelsior. Minn., are here visiting at th.? home of Mrs. Dawson's mother, Mr. C. R. Smith. Another guest at the Smith home is Little Miss Doris Jean Heetland of Buffalo Center. Mrs. T. E. Tclcamp drove to Algona Thursday afternoon to bring home her daughter, Adah, Mary Jane Lewis and Miriam Heetland, who with their leader Miss Emma Gutknecht had been at Ames fo rseveral days attending a 4-H Kirls' convention. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Palmer a".d four children of Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hart of Bancroft, LaVerne Llesveld, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley and Mrs. Harvey Johnson and son, Harold were visitors Monday evening at the Wade Ball home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bruer and their children, the Peter Bruers of this place, the Wm. Rlcklefs of Titonka, the Fred Weinbergers of Buffalo Center and the C. H. Rippentrops and Harold Madtskes of Elmore met Sunday at Woods Lake and enjoyed a family picnic. Swea City Pioneer Dies; 111 5 Days Funeral services for Mrs. Chas. A. Peterson, 73, who died Sunday, June 10, at her home east of Swea City, were held the following Tuesday afternoon at the Baptist church in Swea City with the Rev. G. R. Selmans in charge. She had been ill only five days. Anna Jedebury was born In Sweden on January 9, 1861. When a girl of 20 she came to the United States and located at Galesburg, Illinois. She married Charles A. Peterson at Moline during her flrst years in this country and she and her husband made their home in Moline until 1891 when th«y moved to a farm south of Ledyard. The Petersons purchased their hom« place three years later and Mrs. Peterson lived there until her death. Her husband died December 15. 1928, and she lived with her two sons, Wm. and Art. Beside the two mentioned she Is survived by a son, Walter, at Armstrong and a daughter, Mrs. Hazel Nelson of Bancroft. There are 17 grandchildren. WEST BEND NEWS Mrs. Ira Pauley Is quite ill with heart trouble. Mrs. Wm. Riley has been very 111 the past week. Mrs. John Abbas and children spent Saturday in EsthervUle visiting her sister. Mr and Mrs. Raymond Wilson and daughter, Ruth, were Clear Lake visitors Sunday. Miss Helen Watson Is visiting In the home of her brother, Morris Watson at Rock Rapids, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mikes returned Thursday morning from Chicago where they spent a few days at the fair. Misses Clara Freiden, Helen Montag and Francis Hinton attended the 4-H club meeting at Ames the past week. Mrs. Wash Harris returned home from Hardy Tuesday morning after a few days visit at the home of her son, John. Mrs. J. H. Bardsley and children of Neola. Iowa, are spending some time at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. John Walker and son returned to Chicago Wednesday after a visit with his sister. Mrs. E. L. Hayne and his parents in Rodman. The Happy Housewife club and guests enjoyed a picnic and wiener roast at McKnlghts Points, Thursday afternoon. About 25 were present. Mr. and Mrs. George Foley and Mrs. Frank Foley and Mrs. Ina Nylen drove to Jefferson Iowa, Tuesday to see Mrs. Lafe Elkins, Mrs. Frank Foky's sister, who Is ill. The members of the Bay View club drove to Lake Okoboji Tuesday and spent the day with Mrs. F. W. Whitford at their cottage at the Methodist I camp grounds. LUVERNE NEWS | yv&&y&&y®^^ (Too Late for Last Week) Mr and Mrs. Fred Merkle visited on Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Lehman at Boiholm. Captain Wiggins from Minnesota is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Zwiefel. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kubly and family attended a family reunion at Fairmont Suniflay. Mrs. Barney Gardner and Mrs. H. C. Allen visited Friday and Saturday with the Ed Kuns family in Iowa Falls. Mrs. A. J. Season and baby daughter, Mary Susan, returned home from the hospital in Fort Dodge Sunday. Mrs. Ingalls Swishers and Treadwell Robertson of Iowa City visited over Sunday with Scott and Consuelo Hanna. Miss Dorothy Haniselman of Chicago Is visiting at the home of .her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanselman. The Senior Ladles' Bible class of the Methodist church held a birthday par- tv in honor of Mrs. Nellie Gregory on Saturday afternoon. Mrs Nellie Gregory who has been taking care of Mrs. Kate Smith at her home in Humboldt, returned to her home here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Hof went to Carroll. Iowa., Sunday for a visit with relatives Mr. Hof returned home while Mrs. Hof remained for a week's visit. Mrs. Arnold Sanders and son, Stuart and Mrs. Raddle returned home Sunday after spending a week In) Chicago and other points In Illinois with relatives. The Good Will club met Thursday with Mrs. Christensen. Mrs. Carl Swanson and Mrs. J. J. Wadleltfh assisting. At the same time a birthday party was field on the lawn. Mrs. Schaffer who has been at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. P. Dow In Forest City, has returned to Lu- Verne to spend the summer at the home of Dr. and MM. A. L. Spponcr. Mrs. Chester Dull end daughter, Dorothy of Chesterfield, Indiana, came on Friday for a visit at the home of her Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Klrscna Laundry. Phone 267. «-« parents, Mr. and Mrs J. S Schultz. This is Mrs. Dull's flrst visit here in Mrs* Robert Masterson of Corwlth spent last week at the home of her daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey. Mrs. Masterson and Mrs. Godfrey went to Humboldt on Thursday and spent the day with friends. Mrs. Maurice O'Connell and daughter. Maureen, returnedto their home: in Lombard, Illinois, Thursday after two weeks' visit at the W. H. EUte home. The older daughter, Msatt^ remained for a longer visit with n*r grandparents. Relatives gathered at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krause on Friday evening for a picnic Ira honor 01 Mr. and Mrs. Ira Benedict and son, Danny of Milwaukee, who visited last week at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Benedict. They returned to their home in Wisconsin Sunday. PLUM CREEK NEWS Mrs. C. C. Robinson of near .Algona is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs Wm. Altwegg. Mr. Kinney, who does work and lives at Spenoer church services at center school Sunday evening. The John Scholler and A. JHscheld families were visitors at ttie grotto ui West Bend last Sunday. They enjoyed a picnic dinner together. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Larson are parents of a new daughter born June 14th^ The little one has been named Rum Virginia. Mrs. Bllnkman of Algona was the nurse and she returned to her home Friday. A post nuptial shower was held •* the shelter house at the Call State park on Friday, June 15th In honor of Mrs. Fern Drone. Eighty ImritaWons were sent out. Hostesses were Mrs. Leonard Drager, Mrs. Robert Kaln, Jr. Mrs. MeMn Olson and Mrs. Loyal Young. Rrefresments were served and the honree received many lovely gilts. (Too Late for Last Week) Mr. and Mrs. John Gross were Bancroft visitors on Monday. Joe Laage of Irvington vicinity spent several days last week with Garnet Pickard. James Altwegg of Belmond spent Saturday afternoon at the Wm. Altwegg home. Junior Mawdsley had his tonsils removed on Wednesady. He Is getting along nicely. WVWWWWWWWVWVWSrW Surf Ballroom CLEAR LAKE Cliff Perrine and his 11 NBS Stan July 56-7-8 | Air changed every two m'nutcs. COOL—COOL—COOL USED CARS 1929 Chevrolet coach 1929 Pontiac coach 1932 Chevrolet coach Algona Auto Market West of Court House Keep Your Eye on Your Roof Watch for needed repairs. If taken in time the cost is usually small. When neglected, a hard rain may cause heavy damage to the interior of the home. A wet spot on the ceiling, after a rain, is a danger signal. Repair at once. It will save money. • Botsford Lumber Co. Jim Pool, Mgr. Phone 256. 1933 Chevrolet coupe. 1932 Ford tudor 1931 Ford Victoria 1929 Chevrolet coach 1929 Wliippet Coach 1928 Chevrolet Sedan i 1933 Ford V-8 truck » Model TH $10.0(3 up 8 TITONKA NEWS 8 DRASTIC PRICE REDUCTIONS TEHMS Kent Motor Co, Ford Sak-.s and Service Growing Mash During the hot summer months change your laying Hock over oil to a good Growing Mash. It will help them through the moult and get them back into production sooner. $1.70 per hundred LET US MIX YOUB MASH Anderson Grain and Coal Company ffffO^&Q^iyQXf&Ofa J. P. Fisher and son, Stanley were In Algona Thursday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Homer C. Barbour and children were in Algona Friday shopping. Miss Mathilda Falk la the new secretary for the Titonka Telephone Company. Mr. and Mrs. George Ahrns and daughter of California have been visiting Mrs. Ahrns' sister, Mrs. John Rode, Sr. Mrs. Myron Schenck of Minneapolis was the guest of her son, Horace and *lfe. On Friday they took her to Algona to vist relatives there. The newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. John Osterman returned from a three weeks' honeymoon trip Thursday evening. They will be at home to their many friends on her father's farm northeast of town. On Thursday evening, Mr. and Mrs. John Pink had as dinner gueats. Mr and Mrs. Harry McElroy of E»;;ie Grove. Mrs. Logan Keagle and son, Bobby, of Minneapolis, and Chas. Relbsamen. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreesman and children left the first of the wetk to visit Mrs, Dreesman'3 father, Rev. Schoon at Sibley, from where they will go to Sioux Falls, South Dakota, to visit Rev. Haken. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Pendergaast left Friday morning by auto for Niagara Falls no visit a sister of Mrs. Pendergast. Another sister expects to join her there from Regina, Canada. The Pen- dergasta wll visit the World's Fair before returning home. Mrs. Mary Young and Mrs. Mable Wilson held a work meeting at the W. J. Denton home. A good crowd was present to sew carpet rags to be sent to the hospital at Knoxville for the men to make into sarpet rugs. A very delicious lunch was served at the close of the meeting. Misa Edith Budlong of Hampton and Dr. Maye Budlong of Waterloo came Saturday night to visit their mother and on Sunday they drove to Algona to visit their sister, Miss Hazel at the Kossuth hospital On Sunday evening Dr. Budlong returned to her home. Miss Edith will enjoy » three weeks' vacation from her duties at the bank in Hampton. UP TO '50 BRING CHEVROLET to the record low price of At M. & St. L. Elevator Phone 308. Twenty Radio Bugs In County Organize Whitteinure: Twenty amateur radio broadcasters met at Weil Bead Sunday and organized a N. I. R. A- club. Harold Rojji of Wnittemore was elected ttj president, with C. O. Ouatab>oa. sec- rvtuj-y-treiuiUJcr. btartiujj September 1 they will meet the third Friday ol eacn month. NEW REDUCED PRICES STANDARD MODELS Sport Roadster $465 125 Coach 493 25 Coupe 489 25 MASTER MODELS Sport Roadvter M* Coach N» Town Sedan *1S Sedan *40 Coup* 564 Sport Coupe «*• Sedan Delivery *M COMMERCIAL CARS Commercial Chassis 355 Utility Long Chassis 515 Dual Long Chassis 535 Utility Chassis and Cab 575 Dual ^hftftr^ and Cab • 595 Utility Long Chassis and Cab 4*5 Dual Long Chassis and Cab 435 Commercial Panel 575 Special Commercial Panel 595 Utility Panel 75* Dual Cab and Stake Body «M Dual Long Cab and Stake Body 74* jUwv* a*« lift fitHMf stl B*ft»ntff omn *t With buoip+rf, cpax* tu» o/ StftulMftl Modftu it !/• »30 »/. f.u.t>. Flint, /*o£ to low < 35 35 3« 35 35 35 45 30 5» M M M a» a* 35 35 M M 5* fttoh. of ooaianrejfl off* yuQt»l •«u/paM<i« **<*•. " -----/»«W oti otatl Vila AND UP, F. O. B. FLINT, MICH. ^CHEVROLET With the announcement of price reductions several weeks ago, Chevrolet ttepped into the mott favorable price petition it has enjoyed in a long time! Reduction* «mf>npying to a* much M f SO— tke mott •"^r t vnrial price cult announced in the low-price field thit yeai —dropped Chevrolet's base price to a new low figure of (465. Just compare this price—compare any Chevrolet price—with those of other can. Then compare what you get for what you pay! There'll be no question in your mfayf which car to buy. Chevrolet offers patented Knee-Action—and others do not! The same thing applies to Fisher body, cable-controlled brakes, shock-proof steering, and valve-in-head six-cylinder engine. Chevrolet gives you far more features— far finer quality. Yet the price of the Chevrolet Standard is lower than that of any other six or any eight in the world. CHEVROLET UOTOB COMPANY. DETROIT. MICHIGAN Kohlhaas Bros. Garage Phone 200 — Algona

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