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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 26,1934 JMrtMay Party- Ruth Ann Clement, daughter of Mr. and Mrs;. Oharlcs Clement celebrated her Bewnth brthday last Friday and in honor of the occasion entertained a number of he? littte friends at a birthday party. ' tSames were played and lunch serted'at small tables placed In the yard. The guests were Marjorie Dewel, Mwrfhe Caldwell, Joan Lyons, Marilyn Tweet, Bobby and Betty Donovan, James, Wayne and DohWd Will, Mavis Brlggs, Joyce Sterling, Helen Johnson and Charlene Clement of Algona, Jackie Colt ot Chicago who Is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Momyer, Fidalis, Wlnne- fred and Lucius Connelly. Patrick Clement, and Sonny Whttehlil of Bancroft and Jack, Charlotte and Maxlne Guy of LuVerne. Dance at C. C. Monday- Sixty couples were present at the danoe at the Country Club last Monday night and enjoyed dancing to the music of Cec Hurst and his band. One of the high spots of the entertainment was the shawl dance executed by the drummer which was put on In the place of the fan dance, the fans having been forgotten. Melvin Miner and Perry White received the free tickets given each dance to those who had advance: sale 'tickets. The managers of the dance have announced that no advance sale tickets will be sold after the Saturday before the dance. The next dance will be Monday evening, August 6th, and Tiny Little and his orchesti* will lurrilsh the music. Minnesota Covple married Here— The marriage of Henry P. Proehllng to Miss Leanna O. Rieve, both of St. James, Minn., took place at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage last Wednesday, Jujjr 18th. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Meurtr of St. James were in attendance* and Rev. P. J. Braner performed the ceremony. C. O. Party Postponed— The afternoon Country Club party scheduled for yesterday (Wednesday) was postponed because of the extreme heat. Further plans had not been made by the social committee. Former Algona OM Wed»— Miss Helen Bike, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Louis Rike, formely of Algona, who now live in Arnold's Park and Orville Wyatt of Spencer were married recently at Fairmont. The R/evV Charles Miller pjerfotrmfcd the ceremony at the Methotiist parsonage. Miss Cteobelle Hamilton of Es- thervlle attended the couple. The Rikes lived in Algona fifteen or twenty years ago when Mr. Rike was employed at the Ford garage. H. A. Norman Honored— H. A. Norman was the victim of a surprise last Wednesday evening when his fellow workers at the Modern Dry Cleaners and a few neighbors and friends, numbering IS in all. gathered at his home that evening in honor of his birthday. Cards were played in the evening and a luncheon was served later. Mr. Norman was presented wth a carton of cigarettes by the surprise guests. Medora Grandprey Weds— Friends of Miss Medora Grandprey a former home economics instructor in the Algona schools, will be Interested to learn of her marriage on June 28 to Hjalmer Peteraen, publisher of The American at Askov. Minnesota. Miss Grandprey's home was In Owatonna. Pollock's Newspaper News, a small magazine for newspapers, carried the information in its last edition. Entertains at "Scavenger Hunt"— Betty Barry was hostess to a group of nine girls last Thursday evening. A "Scavenger Hunt" was held and the girls divided into groups of threes. The group made up of Kathleen Holtzbauer, Eleanor Lamuth and Laura Hansen received the first prize. Other guests were: Janet Zerfass, June Ad- elte Aman, Catherine Selzer, Alice Payne, Eleanor Payne and Evelyn Van Allen. Home Missionary Society— Members of the Home Missionary society of the Methods* church are meeting this afternoon (Thursday) in the church dining room. •• CALL THEATRE OOOL AND COMFORTABLE Wed.- Thurs., July 25 26 It's grand for the Family. Every father and son should see this one. Grantland Rice's "Flying Bodies." News and Cartoon. /Friday, July 27th The first German Talking Picture Ever shown In Algona. Four Star Rating. Also 3 siJffte reel Features and News. Tell your friends! Saturday, July 28 It's big for the kids. 8 to 60 years of age. Outdoor—Action—Comedy. Buck Jonee "THE FIGHTING RANGER" News, Aesop Fable. Scrappy, Lost Jungle Serial and Mickey McGuire and Gang in "MICKEY'S TRAVELS" It's More for Your Money. Sunday-Monday, July 29-30 Another bijj unit .show. CVmu-cly- Druina Mu>ic.--rA-\vs. Walt Disney's Colored .Silly S\ni- 'THE BIG BAD WOLF 1 Sec..ml In Th L - Thri-.' LiUle P.,',-x MUhiL.il- I;-h.i:r. Jor.r.; iind h!> Uniul N V.- NVvV.s alld Madge Evans Otto Kruger Una Merkel Ted Healy Robert Young "ALLGOOD AMERICANS" Retitkd "Pui-U Ir.tf-rludi-' Story of what happened in the Tuuri.it and Student Colony in ParU when Lindbergh landed in Parti. Marvelous Fashion sequences. Tuesday, July 31 Bank Night Ann Southern Paul Kelly "BUND" DATE" Comedy, "Another Wild Idea," and "Those wei'ti Wonderful I>aj'i." New —jitft released. Wed.» Thurs., Fri., August 1-2-3 Matlne Thursday 2:30 Better than "David Harum" Evening C. C. Party— The next evening Country Club dinner party will be given Tuesday night, July 31, at the club house and will be in charge of the following committee: chairman, D. P. Smith, Mrs. Dennis Ooeders, O. W. Stlllman, Mrs. Milton Norton, E. C. McMahon, Mrs. Walter Lorenz. Dr. W. T. Peters, Mrs. H. B. White, W. O. McCullough and W. T. Oaughan. Joanne Dahl Cetebmtw— Monday afternoon Mrs. Milton Dah entertained five little girls in honor of her daughter Joanne's fifth birthday Present were Mona Bell Taylor, Ruth Ann Burns. Betty Jean Pratt, Delores Kulander and Lenore Haig. Games were played and refreshments served A cake with five candles and home flowers furnished the decorations. Observe* fifth Birthday- Little Ruth Ann, daughter of County Treasurer and Mrs. M. J. Duffy, observed her fifth birthday Wednesday of last week and in honor of the occasion was hostess to five of her little friends. Oames were played during the afternoon and a lunch was served later by Mrs. Duffy. Entertains Club- Mrs. George Mahoney entertained the E. T. W. bridge club Wednesday afternoon at her home. Mrs. Bert Cronan won the high prize, Mrs. Fred Powell the travel prize, and Mrs. Andrew Godfredson, the low prize. Guests for Birthday Dinner— Margaret Ann Beardfcley obgervted her thirteenth birthday Tuesday and that evening invited seven guests in for dinner. The rest of the evening was spent informally. Titonka Gold Star Mothers Honored Wesley: The American Legion Auxiliary held their regular meeting on Thursday night with Miss Laura Wolf as hostess. Twelve members were present. The Auxiliary ladies will operate a stand Wesley day, and several committees were appointed. One of the members attended open house held at the Dr. Pierre Sartor home in Ti- tunka for their Gold Star Mother members Thursday afternoon which was attended by 50 women of the com. munlty. A Gold Star mother is one who sacrificed a son or sons during the World War and Titonka claims three, namely, Mrs. Jennie Breen. Mrs. Emma F. Heifner and Mrs. Mattle Harringa. Wesley's unit has one Gold Star mother member, Mrs. J. D. Andrews, after whose son the local American Legion post was named. It is also planned that Wesley will have a delegate to the annual state convention to be held in Des Molnes next month, the 22. 23 and 24th. Algonian's Brother Hurt in Accident Mrs. Andy Johnson, clerk at Cum- mlngs' 5c and lOc store, and her broker, Roy Guy were called to Colfax, Iowa, Friday because of a car accident in which her cousin, Lyle Normandin was killed and her brother. Melvin, received a serious injury. The two boys were rdlng with a youth who had gotten a new car to which he was not yet quite familiar. A car passed them on a gravel road and It is thought the dust made by the passing car made visibility poor and resulted in the accident. Mrs. Johnson's brother was thrown out of the car against a concrete post which was snapped in two jy the force of the Impact. Thlrty- ;wo stitches were taken to close a wound in his leg and his bruises were numerous and severe. The driver was considerably shaken and bruised but otherwise was unharmed. Spirit Lake Man Would Succeed Sen. Patterson Attorney H. E. Narey of Spirit Lake is being boomed for state senator from this district to succeed Senator Geo. W. Patterson If and when he is elected lieutenant governor. Fred W. Jones, county superintendent of schools of Spirit Lake, Fred A Bennett of Arnolds Park, and Attorney W. B. Bedell of Spirit Lake, .were Algona visitors last Saturday in 'the interests of Mr. Narey's candidacy. The visiting trio who were handsome and affable gentlemen, seemed to think that Mr. Patterson would be elected this fall without doubt and they were going to get Mr. Narey in the running ear- Ip. Mr. Narey Is one of the prominent lawyers of northern Iowa and would make the republicans a good candidate for state senator. Aviation Instructor Talks to Kiwanians The guest, speaker on the program at the regular Kiwanls meeting lai-t Thursday noon was Bernard Wallace, nephew of Dr. Ii. M. Wallace, and an army aviation instructor at Randolph Field, San Antonio, Texas. Mr. Wai- lac*; talked about the Hawaiian la- la! uU and aviation and allowed movies as he ijj-jke. Hospital News General Hospital News July 20lh. Arlein: Uurnin of Bnti had her lui^ll.i alii! acivTto.tl.-. ivir.ijvt d. July 2'.1. J. C. Helm of Woden and r- Weia all (>l;i lalloll 1'jl' the ITIllfA'ai III hu> ton.jiio. July 'J-i. KctA.iKi H.inn ,n of Al;"jiu hall ill-, apjK'l.UlX IrlllOVld. July -4, ;i.u two year old Aim i,i Mr. ai;d Mii. Call Aibj'ighl ol near Al- ^Oli.i v!UtTi:U ll.C !.o.\<J.l.il Uj I'v-C-'lV iM.i;illlM Kiilo'AlIi^ tllC . 'AuliottlJlg Ul GOLDEN WEDDING OBSERVED BY SWEA COUPLE IN WEST COAST CELEBRATION Ne»!> Mi's. Hoy Pickiiu ol Aljjoiu. y_u\t birth (o a baby ijul wi-ifhina 1 jiouudi Wt-Unciday n.oniiny, July Ualii. Muule ijcabba ol Imagtun had liii app ndi\ ivniowd Tuesday eve-mug, July 24lh. Chester Cewk catered the hospital Tuesday ail/emoon to receive treatment for a c'eep cut ill hu right aria which jequired itvx-ral ^litciiei. The wound waj received when hb arm Wius caught iii 4 t«4t ai tlie Norton Machine Worki. wilerc he Li employed. Mra. Jack Liidwig ol Si. Benedict gu'.e birth to a baby boy Friday. Thn.' child weigiied TV.- pounds, and haa been named William Henry. Strange MutriiuouuJ Uiu&tcr uf OH- J&O.OOO.UOU lieirau! Au Iiut>- trated Article of Marrlaa;,- OJM! Uivurce ill lli^li Society, lu Tile Aiucricaji Weekly. The Ma^azuu; Utslrilmted With N*c*t Sou day's Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tegelberg 1 Feted by Many Other Ex-Swea City-ana Swea City: A golden wedding anniversary of unusual interest to this community was held at Inglewood, California, where Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tegelberg celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. The bride's attendant was Mrs. C. J. Anderson of Alhambra (former pioneer resident of Swea City) and the groom's attendant was Fred Bromark, of Los Angeles (also a former resident of Swea City). The wedding ceremony was performed by Rev. Carl Anderson, a former pastor of the Swedish Baptist church hi Swea township. One hundred relatives and friends were in attendance. A three •course dinner was served. Gilbert Tegelberg was toastmaster. Children of this worthy couple present were: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Tegelberg and daughter of Klngsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tegelberg and son, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Larson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arnle Hovey and famfty Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Telegelberg and son, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Tegelberg all of Inglewood, California; another daughter, Mrs. Otto Eckholm of Wilmar, Minn., was unable to attend. The Tegeleberg family are pioneer residents of Swea township and all the children were born and reared here. Later the parents retired from the farm and moved to Swea Citv then left here and moved to Klngsburcr California. Old friends here extend congratulations. Baptists Open Celebration The Baptist congregation opened the celebration of their 40th anniversarv on Monday with Dr. L. Sleeves of Wat- erloo as principal speaker at daily meetings at 7:49. These services will be illustrated wlh charts. His son, Bruce Steevea will assist with vocal and concert solos. July 29th will mark the anniversary day with former pastors in charge as well as visiting pastors. On Tuesday evening, July 31 a homecoming will be held at the City Park. It is expected that 600 will attend. Rev. O. R. Seimans to pastor of the Baptist church. Harvesting Is about half completed in this locality. The Intense hot weather makes it difficult for this type of work. Mrs. L. O. McNeU who suffered a stroke two weeks ago is in a serious condition and is failing daly. Mr*. Rilla Felky is caring for her. Henry Myhr of the Northern Lumber Company acted as host to a group of carpenters together with their Jam- lies at a lumbermen's convention at Sylvania Park Sunday. The Maple Hill softball team played the Swea City All Stars on Friday night in a ten Inning contest with a tie score of 5 to 8. The game was called off on account of the darkness and will be played at a later date. The Northwest softball team won the second half of the tournament by defeating the Northeast team by a score of 3 to 0. Sam Knutson and M. Roalson are the battery for the Northeast and Sam Hethershaw and Harry Montgomery for the Northwest. Jule Seifert of the Selfert grading crew was taken suddenly ill on Sunday. He is now under the doctor's care and has Bomtewhat improved. The Seifert grading crew is moving to the Ed Fosgren farm where they will make camp after completing three miles in Swea township. The Lutheran congregation has made arrangements for the grading of the drive to the cemetery. Five iavermore Boys Have Strange Disease Ltvermore: Five Llvermore youths are afflicted with ft strange disease which is puzzling physicians. Herbert Holmes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Holmes; Robert Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Davis, and Alfred Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Smith, were the first stricken The symptoms included cramping of the legs followed by severe pains in the head and high temperatures. The three had been swimming in the river north of town and it is still undetermined whether the river is connected in any way with their sickness The two other cases were reported late Saturday when the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Gale Berryhill and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Armstrong, became ill. These boys also went swimming in the river and showed the same symptoms. The condition of the Davis, Holmes and Berryhill boys is Improving while the Armstrong and Smith youths are still quite sick. The Smith boy, who had been up and around for a day, is again confined to his bed. Former Expressman Dies in Atlantic Word was received here that Carl Howe, now of Atlantic, Iowa, had died of heart trouble very suddenly Sunday. Funeral services were held Tuesday at Atlantic. Mr. Row-e lived here with his wife and family from 1918 to 1921 or 1922 and was the expressman .Ills nosltion having been taken by Walter 3ood, when Mr. Rowe was transferred to Eagle Grove. After a few years there the Rowe family moved to At- antlc, Mr. Rowe'a home town. Mr. and Mrs. Rowe made their home in the louse on the corner of McGregor and Thorington streets while living in Algona. Mr. Rowe was a man of about IS years of age and he is survived by his wife and four children, three boys and one girl. One small son preceeds Tim In death, having drowned on Mothers' Day about five years ago. NEW FEATURES AT STATE FAIR Many Added Attractions Being Prepared for Fair Aug. 22-31 Des Mones, Iowa, July 25, Special: New types of exhibits and radical departures In modern entertainment will headline the eight days' programs of this year's Iowa State Fair and Exposition which opens here Just four weeks from today. Last minute plans for the huge 360 acre show window of Iowa to be in progress here from Aug. 22 through Aug. 31, were made public this week by fair executives, revealing an exposition, entirely different in many aspects from state fairs of previous years. Here are some of the new features in process of preparation: A farm women's "hobby" exhibit, offering prizes for displays of the favorite hobbles of Iowa farm women. An Iowa school music festival Aug. 20, bringing together over 10,000 children's voices in concerts and competitions, and over 100 Iowa school bauds. This will be the largest event of its kind ever held In the United States. The first state championship kitten- ball tournament ever held in Iowa, with the champion 4-H team of each county entered. An exhibit by the Iowa Department of Agriculture dealing wth chinch bug control, and another dealing with corn loans. An exhibit by the U. S. Department of Agriculture showing farmers how to mape more money by planting less acreage in grains. An Iowa farm boys' and girls' drama tournament. In the daly entertainment programs, the fair management has announced plans for continuation of night horse races, which attracted such attention when introduced to the midwest for the first time in last year's exposition. What Rind of Leather Make* THE LONGEST WEARING WORKSHOE? Two Million Men "Wolverine Shell Horsehide!" |^."SO\\ llu.-be f.nU uixml leather— and >oull always ih(«*,e Woltrrinr ~>|R-|| I lurDelude.-,, a, million* of luell du. Hie mcol durable ij all leathers ii horiehide. ,\o olher hide contains that reiulorcuiK ahell »h« h MiiiwliLi off (afUr the ouuide skin wears do»u) and laiL= indefinite!). Wrolvt-riue UM.-S onijrbheil 1 lorj>elude. heote Wolverine' often outwear ordinary i>hijed two (oone. They s»tu > MjH and pliable, the ieaiua d«j«j'l rip. and you've never MXU leather with such re- msiiiiU'e to buruyard ucitiat. ,, . . ,. . Vet Wolveriim cwl oo mui-c tbanabot»c*o«dujary quahty. Couie in today and Uy uu jour ^uvorit* »t>ie. unkic IcuKtb U> kn.«-Jii»4i ' ••"••• WOLVERINE WORK SHOES fSfltft WOBK CLOVES The HUB Ltuthold- Williama- Reynolds ALGONA. IOWA Clothiers FOREST CITY NAN COMMfTC SUICIDE Threatened to Shoot Himself When Sale of Beer Was Refused Married Hazel Staley, Algona Girl, But Was Later Divorced from Her Mark Olson, 37, Forest City cloth- Ing merchant, shot and killed himself at his home there last Sunday inorn- ing. The death of Mr. Olson is of mow than ordinary interest to Algona people, as he was the former husband of a former Algona girl, Miss Hazel Staley, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Staley, former well known Algona folks. Mark Olson, who was the son of a pioneer clothing mte-chant at Forest City inherited the prosperous clothing business of his father. After marrying Miss Staley and after the birth of two children they were divorced and Mrs. Olson and two children are now living in Chicago with Mrs. Jesse Staley, her mother. Olson married the second time and leaves his widow but no children. The story of the suicide as given in the Mason City paper follows: According to an investigation made by Sheriff J. F. Johnston. Olson got up about 3 o'clock in the morning and went to the Hawkes hotel to purchase some beer. Clarence Hawkea, proprietor of the hotel, told him beer could not be sold on Sunday. Riteway Specials A big COWBOY Hat for the little fellows and 3 Ige. 13 oz. pkgs. Jack Sprat CORN FLAKES all for Pork and Beans 1Q r 2 No. 2 cans LU ^ Pears, No. 10 can Salad Dressing, quart jar Tomatoes, OC| r 2 No. 2V 2 cans __ *"'*' Tickle Jell Candy per pound Corn, 1Q r 2 No. 2 cans *•'*' Coffee, per pound 2 Ibs 47c Threat ft* Hotel "Well, I might as well shoot myself," Olson told Hawkes, according to the sheriff. Then, according to the sheriff, Olson returned to the kitchen of his apartment and shot himself. His wifft was to another room of the apartment when this occurred. The sheriff said that he teamed that when Olson left his apartment early to the morning he was unable to find the key to get out and had smashed a glass panel in the door. Married Second Tune The shot entered his body about two inches below his heart. A coroner'* hearing was scheduled for thto afternoon. , . . The clothing store was established by his father, W. A. Olson, many yean ago. His father is now dead and .the son operated the. clothing stare for the past seven years. 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