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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 12,1934 Wed— Algona friends of the Frank Henderson And Rons Stebbtns families of Po- tnona will be interested to learn of the of the former's son, MelTln and the latter'* couple's daughter I/eet». The ceremony was performed May 5, at Yuma, Arizona, and announcement of the marrage was revealed July 5 at a bridge party ortven at the Padua Hills studio. Ihe couple left California Tuesday of last week on a trip which will take them to Chicago and New York City. They will also stop at the Grand canyon, Washington, D. C., Niagara Falls, Yellowstone National Park and San Francisco. They will be in Des Moines about August 5 and will drive to Algona for a short visit with Melvin's aunt, Mrs. Elsie Cady and daughter, Evelyn, and with his grandmother, Mrs. Henderson, who makes her home" with the Cadya. Melvin was graduated from the Al- feona high school in 1922 and moved with his parents to Pomona where he attended Pomona College and later Berkeley. He was affiliated with the Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity and the Phi Delta Epsllon foreign trade fraternity.. He Is now field assistant for the Equitable Life Assurance Co. Of New York. The bride lived here with her parents until she was about ten or twelve years old when they moved to Pomona. She attended Pomona Junior college and the TJ. C. L. A. She is a member of the PI Sigma Gamma sorority. After their wedding trip they will be at home in Pomona. Coming Dinner-Bridge at C. C.— The coming dinner-bridge Country Club party will be the evening of July 17. The committee in charge will be: chairman, Mrs. Wade Sullivan. L. C. Nugent, Mrs. M. O. Norton. Raymond Norton. Mrs. K. D. James, R. O. Bjustrom, Mrs. W. P. French, I.. F. Rice, Mrs. H. B. Whte. M. C. McMahon, Mrs. H. E. Rist, and Fr»nk Zender. SpradHrvr-Waller Nuptials— Miss May Genevieve Spradllng daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sprad- llng, Sparta, Wis., became the bride of Russell B. Waller, Junior editor of The Algona Upper Des Moines, in a ceremony performed last Friday morn- Ing at The Little Brown Church, near Nashua, Iowa. They were attended by Dr. and Mrs. R. i». Probasco of Ackley Iowa. The bride is a twin sister o! Mrs. Hollls Trainer of Burt. Following ttie ceremony, the couple left for the Twin Cities, and from there planned on taking a motor trip into northern Wisconsin and Michigan, Into northern Ontario, Toronto Niagara Falls and Chicago, where they will visit the century of Progress. They will be gone about two weeks. Mrs. Waller, prior to her arrival at Burt where she cared for her sister during a recent serious illness-, was in charge of a osyohopathic ward at the Cook County "hospital in Chicago. She is a charming and capable young woman and during her stay at Burt has made many friends who will be glad that she Is to remain in this vicinity. Mr. Waller is the son of E. R. Walle» of St. Paul. He completed his work at the University of Minnesota three years ago and the following October came to Algona where he purchased a half interest in the Algona Upper Des Moines from the late Sid J. Backus. Upon their return to Algona the last of next week the Wallers will be at iome In the Vera apartments. Spear Clan Reunion— Eighty-two attended the Spear reunion held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sarchett. Those attend- ng were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sarchett Howard, Betty, Letty and Richard and Frank Spear of Algona; Warffle OHnger, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Olinger and Ralph of Owatonna, Minn.; Mr and Mrs. Harold Olinger and Richard of Faribault, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs Wtoi. B. Spear, Mildred and Mervin of Campla, Wls.; Mr. and Mrs. Dell Barker of Waldorf, Jfinn.; Mrs. Dora Fraser, Mary, Ruth and John, Miss Minnie Barker, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Spear, Ruth Ann, Sherry, Elnora and Betty Lattimer, Virgil Soear and Loyd, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Moofe, Wayne Keith and Sheila, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Potter, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fraser, Jimmie, Helen, Irene and Kafrherlne, all of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Presley Sarchett, Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Rom- stead and John of Burt Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Spear. Ralph, Bradford, Donald, Robert, Patty and Fern of Sherburn, Minn.; Mrs. F. A. Mapes, Irene, Frances and Ruth and Roy Oilman of Earlham, Iowa; Mrs. Joe Fraser, Ronald, Robert, Dorothy Lois, Louis, Harlan and Lary of Sexton; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fraser, Carmilla, Maxlne, Lyle, Carroll and Dorine of Burt. Dance at Country Club— Monday evening one of the series of every other week dances was held at the Country Club with about ninety- five couples" in attendance. Tiny Little a.nd his ten piece orchestra furnished the music. A new feature was introduced at the dance which ought to prove popular. Each person who gave lis advance sale ticket at the door re- ST. BENEDICT MAN DIES ON FRIDAY; WIFE AND THREE CHILDREN SURVIVE Thimble Club — Members of a sewing club called the Thimble club met Monday afternoon with Mrs. Walter Good. Band Socety- Members of the Helping hand society will nwet Thursday (today) with Mrs. Fred Parks in the country. Entertainments Honor Visitors— Mrs. J. L. Bonar, Mrs. T. H. Chris chilles and Mrs. L. C. Nugent were hostesses Tuesday at a one ofclocl luncheon given in honor of Mrs. Rober Crawford of Indianapolis, Indiana, who is now visiting (here. Twelve guests were present and contract bridge was played- during the afternoon. Mr* Peter Chrltsensen received the high score prize and guest prizes were presented to Mrs. Crawford and Mrs Harold Quarton. Dr. and Mrs. Crawford were guest of honor at seven o'clock, dlti- ner Tuesday evening given at the Country Club by Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Faikenhainer and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Stlllman. Nine pouples were present The evening was spent informally following the dinner. CALL THEATRE Always Comfortable Wed.-Thur*., July 11-12 Robert W. Chambers' class picture of the week. Gary Cooper Marion Davies " OPERATOR 13" and Lanny Ross in "Tune Up andStng." New News. Fri. and Sat., July 13-14 Metro's 'answer to better subjects. ThrtUs—comedy—cltver .dialogue. Recommended by Federated clubs. For the family (except very sensitive children). Big fun and thrill show. Two days. And on the stage—in person—Little 11 year old Norma Leeney of Iowa City, house guest of Mrs. Tom McDowell of Whittemore. lii CiUo»icai dancing—tap, toe and •acrobatic. A big treat for kiddies. It's a family program. And Aesop's Fable—Scrappy—Our Gang Com-edy. Watch, "Spunky" and "Scottie" hitch hike to the picnic. New News. Clyde Beatty Serial. NO ADVANCE IN PRICES. Sunday and Monday, July 15-16 Bitf—For the Family. Drive 50 miles—bring the kiddies. Walt Disney's Colored Silly Symphony. "The Grasshopper and the Ants." Brilliant Music on Wide Range Sound. Musical, "Tin Hot Harmony." Vitaphone Special "Slackers of the Jungle." New Ne vs. And a W. C. FieM.s' Lau^h Special. reived half of it back with a number on it. The other half was then put in a hat and two were drawn out during the dance. Those who held the lucky numbers and received the free dance tickets, one apiece, were Bob Williams and John Ferguson. Two tickets to the next dance will be given free at every dance but only those who have advance sale tickets will be in the way to receive a ticket. Next dance which will be Monday night, July 23. Cec Hurst and his well known band will furnish the music. Family Gathering 1 — A family gathering In honor of the birthdays of L. W Glllespie of Algona and Vernon Dorsey ot Ledyard was held Sunday at the State Park here. Those present and who enjoyed the picnic dinner were: Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Puffer and son, Paul, of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Puffer of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dors>ey and family of Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs- C. I. Mansmith of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Glllespie of Algona. L,. W. Oillesple was also surprised ;hat evening when Rudy and Chubb Guderlan, Winnie Scott and Stew McFadden gathered at his home as a surprise. .. ...:...,' J?i I" 1 ^nncheon for G neat- Mrs, w. E. Hawcott entertained last Friday at a. one o'clock luncheon given t the home of Mrs. Anna March, in ionor of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Fay Hopkins of Olendale, California, who la visiting here. Contract bridge was >layed in the afternoon and Mrs. Hop- tins received the flrst prize Mrs. W. ?. French received the second prize. HCMrvatlona for C. C. Party— Reservations for the afternoon Country Club luncheon, and bridge party Wednesday numbered forty-five .t last reports. More were expected ater. The committee in charge is headed by Mrs. J. F. Overmyer. Mrs. Trauger Guest of Honor— Mrs. Paul Trauger, who with her lusband and son will move to Chari:on. Iowa. Saturday, was the guest of honor at an afternoon party Tuesday given at the A. A. Lyon home by Mrs. Lyon. Mrs. H. L. Hoenk. Mrs. Robert Larson and Mrs. Albert Oranzow. The ladie.s plaved bridge at three tables and flrst prize was given to Mrs. Harry McCorkle and second to Mrs. Trauger. She was also presented with a guest prize. Mrs. Russell Weaver of Mason City and Mr. Weaver's mother of Sterling, Illinois, were out of town guests. Guests at Okjoboji Cottage- Several couples, the ladies of which ar? members of a Birthday club, spent Saturday and Sunday at Lake Okoboji, the guests of Mrs. Pauline Worster. The guests were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keen, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Thorpe, Mr. and Mrs- Don Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Norton, Mr. and Mrs. Dana Pax&on, Mrs. Emily Spencer and M. M. Morrow of Audubon. Honor Three Birthdays— Monday afternoon. Mrs. Myrtle Vining entertained nineteen at the F. A Wltham home in honor of the birthday of Mrs. F. A. Witham and granddaughter, Harriet Frances Vlninjf and great granddaughter, Patricia Sue Sohmellng the latter one year old and Harriet, five. Seven little girls were present and seated at a low table and chiidrvii's chairs and home flowers decorated the table. Afternoon C'lub— Mrs. 1-V-te Wnldr-m was ho. 1 -t<V-s to the mi'iiibi.'r.-, of her ufu-riiOon club Mi Tu» hday ulteriioun. Bridge was played Passes at Port Dodge Hospital After Only Three Weeks' Illness St. Benedict: Frank Erdman passed away at Fort Dodge hospital Friday morning after being ill the past two weeks, at the age of 3O years. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Erdman. Funeral services were held Monday morning at 9 o'clock at the local church with Rev. H. B. Kramer officiating'. He leaves to mourn his untimely death, his wife, 3 children, the youngest 4 weeks old, his aged parents, three sisters. Mrs. Joe Arndorfer, Jr., Mrs. John Steil of Algona and Justina, married and living at Marshall, Minn, five brothers, Herman Erdman near LuVerne, Erall of Mitchell, South Dakota, Tony and Arthur of Michigan. .Mr. Erdman's death is mourned by the whole community. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. RofTns and family of Halbur spent Sunday at the Wm. Eich home. RobPrta Susan, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Arndorfer is seriously ill with bronchial pneumonia. Mrs. Leo C. Miller and children and Genevieva Arndorfer of Plum Creek spent Sunday afternoon with the la-i- ies' mother, Mrs. Rose Arndorfer. Mrs. John Bierl of Tamplcton came Saturday to attend the funeral on Monday of her brother, Frank Erdman. who passed away Friday morning at a Fort Dodge hospital. Visitors at the Al Rosemyer home Sunday afternoon were Mrs. Anna Huschka, Mrs. John Arndorfer MRS. Morris Daley, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Arndorfer and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eischeid. Mr. and Mrs. 7*. yr. Mulert and their daughter of Cla«x>mont, Minn., drove down Saturday evening and spent several days with the latfer's mother, Mrs. Francis Rahm at the P. F. Immerfall home. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fehr returned Friday evening from a ten days' trip to Illinois. At Lena they visited with the former's relatives and at Elliott with the latter's sister. Mrs. O. E. Beng Jr., formerly Hilda Arndorfer. Miss Vivian Stephenson of Chicago, who had spent the post w-ek with relatives here, returned to that city Saturday even 1 .13 accompanied by her cousin. Louisa Hio-isa, who will spend a week thera sigV.s^^ng at the '.ity and bt the Words Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Arndorfer of Milwaukee came last week Thursday and visited with the former's brother, John Arndorfer and sister, Mrs. P. J. Oreiner of Algona. Th°y left Sunday for Beaver Dam, accompanied by the former's sister, Sister M. Elizabeth and cousin, Slsbsr M. DeSales, who had spent the week here. Sister M. DeSales visited her mother, Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer. Merle Hopkins of Mason City was a week end visitor at the Howard Seetey nnwtc* ** home. Mrs. Anna Fechrner and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pooch spent Sunday in Mason city. Hattte Gross of Rockwell, is a visitor at the home of tier sister, Mrs Earl Albright. Mrs. Art Sorensen of Bode visited from Sunday until Tuesday with Miss Elsie Specht. Mr. and Mrs. John Gross and family were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. Fanny Albright. Mrs. T. R, Pickard spent a few days last week at the home of her nephew, Everett Robinson and family at Mason City. Vincent Gerstner of Chicago came Tuesday morning to the home of hi* sister, Mrs. Theo. Larson. He will visit here a week. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Twogood drove to Sioux City where they attended a picnic and reunion of the Twogood family, returning to Algona Sunday evening. T. H. Chrischilles returned Tuesday morning from Chicago where he purchased merchandise for the Cnrlschll- les & Herbst store and attended the Worlds Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Miller and their daughter, Leona, and son, Myron, of Minnesota Lake, Minn., spent Sunday with their son and brother. Attorney H. W. Miller. Nick Maharis was laid up Monday and unable to take charge of his shoe repair and shine shop. In his absence his ten year old son looked after the shine business. Don Trauger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art tTauger, is in Sioux City where he is employed by the Federal Houririg Commission. He has been in Sioux City the past two months. Mrs. Elsie Cady and daughter, Evelyn spent Saturday and Sunday In Mason City where they visited at the Gerald Cady home and made the acquaintance of the new baby at the home. Cady and iiiirh H i.jjii Val score pn/.t.- entine. Mrs. t: low .^coru F A. IJirtlnl-jy ( lub Dinner— Mr. H E HIM ua, ho !i...:::iU'-r.i ol iii-r B:r'::tj,iy i. 1,1','jrt ol Chicago n.oil i lo.io'Aii.-! II.,.- to Mrs. Duru.on .- to !h,- ;b ut a Mi-, Uh- of Mr- Jeannette Goeders is taking a vacation from the Goeders store and is spending this week with Mrs. Eugene Murtagh at Okoboji. Norman Walker and Helen Goeders took her to Okobojl Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Emry of Huron, South Dakota, visited from Monday until Thursday at the home of the lat- ter'a sister, Mrs. J. W. Neville. Mr Emry is secretary of the South Dakota Chamber of Commerce. Clare Fargo of Decorah was In Algona the first of the week visiting at WORLD'S FAIR |jl FIE Baby Leroy Joe Morrison Jan Duggan "The Old Fashioned Way" Tuesday, July 17 Bank Night Gary Grant and Edward Everett Horton in "KISS AND MAKE UP" - ou Beauty il doui)iy p Lo>al <'la»i>— The Bapt:.t Loyal CLi--., -A ill inr<-: Ti.ur-tuy. July 1^. '.".rui Mi':- : . Esthi-r VViIiu.-on Mr.v Cir ruij. H. i,^-i.... wil! !.«• li.c a.-^i-->lin, j ; ;.U.-.!L-.-.J. UtjH call will \s . ais.v.n-t't.a with 1'uiniy or cicvtrr suy- i:.g-> of children. DOAN NEWS Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Murtuiek W'.-re Bntt calico Monday. The Cliycoti and Aflios Ajigie families M;VTC Port Dodge visitors Thursday. D^K- Struthvrs shelled corn Tuesday iiiid Tviiy Veuteicher shelled Wednesday. Mr.i. Heiiry Ha*ley of Ma^oii City v u.ited several days at the Lou Bolelius There will be- .in ice- cream social on tlie Ooaii ciiuich lawii Friday Corwith o t- a liua.: Lu Aluit- Martuiek Wa,> ai cral da> 0 helping dccJiu ill Uie 4th oJ Jlii> pal'u The Oule JSUULliefj. Oeill iid Hvjiry tileriz lajiuiiec. enjoyed iciiic 111 the Call Park July 4'Ji. SPECIAL BARGAINS Every Friday, Saturday, Sunday REDUCED FARES Every Day BIGGER AND BETTER Be sure and ace the World's Fair thi» year. New scientific and cducatujnal exhibits, new villager, symphony circhetttra*. WORLD'S FAIR TOURS Cxp«n»«-Paid Plan As low a* $2.75 and $3.75 per day in Chicago m addition to your rail fare! Tours of 2, 3. 4. 5 or 6 days include lodging, night x-cing, a^mi^^^ to p air> escorts, Convenient transportacioa from Union Station direct to all Fair entrances: Bu» (lOc), Street Car (7c) or Elevated (IGc). Tour parties provided with free Aak foe illustrated World's Fair folder. C. A. Joynt, Agent Algona, Iowa 7/tf MILWAUKEE ROAD the Don Stiles and Lyle Matties home. Mr. and Mrs. Fargo were neighbors of the Matties when they lived in Wellington, Kansas, a few years a<?o. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Swanson and daughter, Rosalie, returned last week from Kansas City and other points In Kansas where they had spent their vacation. Mr. Swanson returned to his duties as manager of the A. & P. store Friday. Mrs. c. A. Joynt's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Reinders, her brothers, Henry and Ed and their wives and family, Mr. Joynfs brothers, Joe and John and daughter, Bernlce and Bob Engles, all of Mallard were guests at the C. A. Joynt home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Spear and two children came here Monday and visited his sister, Mrs. Roy Sarchett and also at the H. A. Salisbury TTome until Thursday (today). They will then vis- It in Minnesota. Mr. Spear is taking a two weeks' vacation from his duties as manager of a lumber yard at Campla, Wisconsin. The Rev. T. J. Davern left Wednesday evening for Adam Shore, a suburb of Boston, where he will spend a month with his*lster, Mrs. J. V. Travers who has a summer home there on the Atlantic ocean. Rev. Ahmann. who came here a Tew weeks ago to be Father Davern's assistant, will be in charge of the parish. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy returned Tuesda^ after a week's vacation, in company with Mrs. Duffy's sister, Mrs. Charles* Rublef and husbaud of Albert Las, at Ida Lake at Alexander, Minnesota. The couples enjoyed flsh- ing and swimming. The Duffy children remained at Albert Lea and returned Monday with their parents. Several young people of Algona left Monday morning for the Epworth League Camp at Lake Okobojl aa follows: Ella Mae Johnson, Margaret Stephenson, Arlene Oranzow, Barbara Haggard, Barbara Hudson, Ruth Empting of Des Moines, Dick Post, Bob Richardson and Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse and their daughter and husband. Rev. and Mrs. Victor Schuldt. Mr. Mid Mrs. John Haggard who have been spending the past week or ten days at Okobojl with Mrs. Gene Murtagh, visited in Algona over the week end, returning to the lake Monday. John expects to resume part of his work as appraiser for the government this week after being laid up with a broken leg. TNie leg i* not \nrell but John expects to get arouna with crutches. Dennis Meyers, head line coach at Yale, came the flrst of the week ana Is visiting/ hi* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyers and Algona friends. He expects to be here off and oi> for about, two weeks. Dennis has made a fine record for hmlself. He was graduated from the Algona high school In 1926 and later from the University of Iowa wtoere he was a star football man. Mrs. Theo. Hotcliison drove her father. State Comptroller O. B. Murtagn back to Des Moines Tuesday of last week after his visit here of a few days. Returning here, Mrs. Hutchison brought her sister, Jean, and nephew, little "Petey" Peterson, back with her. Jean will return the end of this week, but "Petey" will remain until his mother, Mrs. Mall Peterson cornea in a week or so. She ia now in Newport, Rhode island, where Mell Is attending a torpedo school until September 1. Harvest Specials Arsenate of Lead, >|C|/» Thermos Jugs, 1 1C 4 Ib. pkg **" one gallon ** lt ' jCold Pack Canner 1 , 24 qt. with rack ^. •*• Cattle Fly Spray, per gal. Hay Rope, 7-8 inch, 3- strand, long fibre, pure Manila, Aper foot »*"• Thermos Bottles one pint Thermos Bottles, one quart Canvas Horse Covers, per pair Rope Hay Slings, pure Manila Rope, 1 1C each 1 « lt> 3 Tine Hay forks 1 AA good handles *«vV Kohlhaas & Spilles <x&®y&a&iy^^ Special Bargain feature at the Annex Chrischilles & Herbst We have taken our entire stock of string lac? dresses over to the Annex with Instructions to SELL,. To make this easier we have put a real low figure on these beautiful cotton frocks. They are all this season's styles —!n white and colors, sizes 14, 16. 18 and 20—a good assortment cf styks—while they last—a good-bye price THIS NEW KIND OF TUBE ACTUALLY SELF-SEALS PUNCTURES Instantly! •0 MOBE RATS Clooe* tight around any puncturing- object. Never goes flat! And when the object ia removed. thl« amaring tube actually M»/S the puncture. Think of the time, trouble, and expense you save! 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