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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 26,1934 focal '&enK Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Zerfass spent the week end at Lake Okobojl. Rev. L. Rlchmann and family of Burt visited with Bey. Braner last -Tuesday. Frieda' Hansen of Bancroft was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. pestotnlk Saturday. Leva Hen-man of Mason city was a gutest at Anfta, Rose KWilhaas last week end. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ooeders were •business visitors in Spirit Lake Saturday and Sunday. • Bernadlne Barnes returned home to .Algona Monday after a few days' visit In Mankato with friends. Gladys Rising, clerk in the dry goods department of Chrtschilles 8c Herbst ia taking this week for vacation. Mary Jane Deegan of Big Timber, Montana, is a guest at the home of her aunt, Mrs. L. O. Baker, this week. Mary Elizabeth Van ABen returned home Saturday after 'spending a week in Buffalo Center with her aunt Mrs. E. W. Benson. BW> Post, Bbb MoCullougn and Maurice Michel, left for Chicago and the World's Pair Saturday. The boys plan to stay for ten days. Mrs. H. C. Barnes of Rolfe returned to her home Wednesday after visiting her daughters, M*B. George Elbert and Bernadlne Battles. Christine Wernert, employed-In the ready-to-wear departifient of the Goedera Company, begatt a two,,weeks •vacation the first of this week' Alice Payne, employed in the Algona Insurance Agency office, to taking a week's vacation and la spending It In Harpers Perry, Iowa, wkn her aunt. Mrs. A. L. Long and Mrs. G. S. Bu. chanan Were visitors of Mrs. Buchanan's slater, Mrs. N. P. Hoover of Mason City Wednesday and Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Halg and their daughter, Lenore were at the Prut* borne In Humboldt Sunday. LaVonne Prue returned home after a week with Lenore. Norman Walker and Helen Ooed- ers drove the letter's slater, Jeanette to Wall Lake, Iowa, Sunday. Jeannette will spend the rest of the summer here with Mr. and Mrs.'Jim Zigrang. Emma Spongberg returned home on Friday evening after attending summer school In Iowa City for the past six weeks. She will spend the rest of the summer ihere with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Al Spongberg. Miss Sara Martuidale and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Curell and children, all of Boone came last Saturday and are mending this week at the Wm. Pes- totnlk home. The visiting ladles and Mrs. pestotnllc are sisters. FARMS For Rent _. , »•' .-> " i * i t We have a few good, well located farms to rent to GOOD farmers. Personal property must be clear. See Us At Once. McDonald & Co. Phone 120 Algona, Iowa Mrs. O. S. Llndsey returned Friday after visiting a week with her daughter, Mrs. Fred Bunker at Payton. A baby girl, weighing 8 pounds, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Koppen last Friday. The child, which has been named Betty Lou and the mother are getting along nicely. They are be- 4ng token care of by Mrs. OrmSby of Wesley. Mr. Koppen is employed at Barrys. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. O. Dau drove the latter's sister. Mrs. Ben Somsen and son, Robert, to Storm Lake Sunday where they met Mr. Sornsen who then returned with his family to their home in Walnut, Iowa. Mrs. Sornsen and son have been visiting here for two weeks. Tom Frankl, son of Mrs. Ann Frank!, resigned his position as clerk In th« shoe department of the Goeders Company Saturday. Tom has been employed there a number of years and was well liked. His position has been taken by Charles (Chuck) Stevenson, son of Mrs. Theo. Herbst. Ellen Long and Irwln Oxtey of Des Moines arrived Saturday at the A. L. Long home and are spending this week thei*. Other guests this week at the Long home are Frances Riddle of Prairie City, Iowa, who arrived Sunday, and Tom Stull of Glendale, California, who came Monday. Charles Smith, accompanied by his friends, Marine Leonard, Doris Hoss and George Hohl, all of Des Moines visited at the home of his uncle, W. A. Barry, and the group were dinner guests Sunday at the J. J. Holtzbauer home. The four were on their way home after vacationing a week at Lake OkobojL Mr. and Mrs. O. W. StUIman left last Thursday for a combined business and pleasure trip In the west. Theyplanned to stop at Cody, Wyoming, Yelowstone Park and Denver before returning. They are expected home the latter part of this week Mrs. BtUlman's mother, 'Mrs. Minnie Holland, is staying with little Ann. Vera McWhorter arrived Saturday from Omaha and visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. EtUa McWhorter until Tuesday morning. Another daughter of the McWhorters, Mrs. Alice White of Waukegan, Illinois, arrived Saturday also and visited until Tuesday. From there «he went to Iowa Palls to visit her two sons. She also intended to visit' In Chicago before returning to her HOtne. Mrs. Helena Koepke of Des Moines was In Algona Tuesday and Wednesday looking alter business matter* and visiting at the home of her brother- in-law, Jerry Helgens. Her daughter, Mrs. Paul Hutchcraft and two little children, Teddy and Marylln of Me- dlapolls, brought her to Algona and went on to Mason City to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tterney. Mrs. Hutchraft will be remembered as June Koepke Mrs. Noah Williamson of Branson, Iowa, accompanlad by Edith Gregson of Sioux City who visited her .brother here and Edna Schartach of Sioux City 'who visited her parents, spent the time from Tuesday until Friday here. Mrs. Williamson was a guest of Mrs. W A. Dotttn. Th» wuUftinion* woo former residents hen about twenty years ago and Mr. Williamson was a barber. The Williamsons were running an apiary in Bronson until Mr. Wlliamson's sudden death the latter part of last January. Mr. and Mrs. William Latham and children, Billy and Geraldlne. and Billy's friend, Milton O'NeU of Kansas City came Sunday for a week's visit with Mrs. Latham's father, Joseph Betoer her sisters Mary and Mrs Eva Delm and brother John. The La- thams have a fruit ranch near Kansas City. Because of th« drought this year their peach crop will not amount to anything but some of the other fruits have done quite well. Mr. and Mrs. John Belser entertained the family group Monday evening at a picnic in the Call State Park. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy were Sunday evening visitors at the Herman Miller home In Mallard. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McGee and son. Billy, of Fairmont. Minnesota, visited at the L. J. Nelson home Friday. Mrs. Prank Hagen returned to her home in Titonka Sunday after visiting her daughter, Mrs. Prank Vera. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent and son, Junior, and Lavonne Larson left on Tuesday for a week's stay at Lake Okobojl. Mr, and Mrs. Wallace McDougaU and Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Danson spent Sunday at Cbrwith with the Bob Danson family. Irene and Marguerite DWzlel arrived home Saturday morning after a week spent in Chicago attending the World's Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bleakley and children of Rapid City, South Dakota, are visiting at the Dr. F. L. Tribon home at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Austin and daughter, Jane of Beatrice. Nebraska, were guests over the week end of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Potter. Lyle E. Reynolds of the Hub cloth- Ing store Is taking his vacation this week and the first part of the time spent It in Mason City. Father Robert, Quinn of Rockwell City, his brother, Charles of Bancroft were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson Tuesday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Anderson of Dayton returned to their home Wednesday after a visit at the D. D. Paxson home since Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Dewel and the former's brother, Donald, spent the week end In Chicago at the World's Fair and visited Dr. Burl Dewel in Evanston. Jane Cretaneyer spent last week in Waverly with relatives. Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer drove to Mason City Saturday and met Jane on her way home. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Larson and Mr. and Mrs. C. Klrkegar of Albert Lea, visited at the M. J. Duffy home Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Larson are Mrs. Duffy's parents. Mrs. John Xhoraau and daughter, Elaine, of Stanley,! Arrived the latter pan of last week and will make a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Windell. Miss Marie Dickinson of Spencer and her guest. Miss Rose Laughlln of Milwaukee, spent Tuesday with Mrs. W. H. Oodden. Miss Laughlln is a cousin of Mrs. Oodden. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Leeftlnk of Mountain, Wisconsin, are guests of the latter's mother, -Mrs. F. L. Tribon. Dr. Tribon Is in Mountain looking after the Leeftlnk farm. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Potter and two boys will leave Saturday on a two weeks' vacation which will be spent in Lincoln, Seward and Beatrice, Nebraska, with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hesse and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Pick of Hartley spent the day Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Morrison. The Morrisons formerly mad,: their home In Hartley. Phyllis Sawyer, Phyllis Mathes. Mary Ellen Worster, Jane Laird and Jean French of Titonka returned home Wednesday morning after spending ten days at .the Y. W. C. A. camp in Boone. Marilyn Gorman, daughter of Mr. and Mra. H. A. Norman, left Tuesday evening of last week for Woden and will spend the rest of the summer near there on the farm of her uncle. Jack Wlbben. Mrs. H. M. Smith and father, Antone Streit, spent the week end in Ashton with their sister and daughter. Mildred Neilchel, Mrs. Smith's niece, returned home with them and is now visiting her. Betty Lou Towne spent last week In Shell Rock with her grandmother, Mrs. O. C. Towne, Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Towne drove to Shell Rock Sunday and returned with their daughter that evening. Mrs. Anna March and children, Pauline and Casper, Harold Swan. Roland Larson and Tailor Hanson will leave Saturday evening for the World's Pair In Chicago where they will stay ANNOUNCEMENT The Cora D. Miller Beauty Shop The shop that brings out your own Individuality is open for business in the Helse Building over the Algonquin Confectionery. Choice of Three »1.00 Specials for 1ft Hot Oil Treatment Shampoo Neck Clip $1.00 Plain Facial Eyebrow Arch Neck Clip $1.00 1 Manicure Arm-Hand Massage Eyebrow Arch $1.00 Specializing In Facials, Manicures. Oil Treatments, Shampoos and Finger Waves Phone 604 for an appointment The Cora D. Miller Beauty Shop Graduate Moler System of Colleges. Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Hutchison and two children vacationed over the week end at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. George Miller and little daughter and Mr. and Mrs. John Shirley spent Sunday at Lake Okobo- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cleemnt spent the week end In Des Moines where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs, Win Kel- eey. Fred Marhoun and Mae Clark of St. Paul were married Tuesday .evening at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. c. Paul Carlson. Beulah Hartshorn and Etta Bacon returned the middle of last week from Lake Okobojl where -they had a cottage for ten days. The Presbyterian Helping Hand society is serving ice cream and home made cake Saturday evening on the court house lawn. Isabel Oreenberg returned Thursday evening from Iowa City where she has been taking a dramatic course fi--r the past six weeks In the university. Fidalis Connelly of Bancroft has been a guest the past two weeks of her cousins, Ruth Ann and Charlene Clement, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clement. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sterling and daughters. Oenevleve and Jeanette went Thursday to visit relatives In Webster City and returned home on Friday morning. Mrs. L. E. Potter has been seriously ill for about a week, suffering with gallstones. Her condition is Improving somewhat at this time and she Is able to sit up a short time each day. John Van Ness Is home from California where he spent the past few months. He made the trip west with Henry Thompson, and while he liked California, he says Iowa looks better to him. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Laird and their daughter, Betty, and Margaret Ann Beardsley will leave next Wednesday for Clear Lake, where they will spend two weeks Bea*. t Mrs. Peter Jenkins who makes her in a cottage on Algona for ten days. Harrlette Smith returned Sunday vwwwwvw*^^ White's Grocery f Specials \* -p-iHaw anH Saturdav On Friday and Saturday Only Toilet 5 rolls 19c (Joffee, good, quality, Ib. _. 19c Fly Kibbous, 10 for Com Flakes, 2 Ige. i>kgs. JOg Laundry Soap, 10 bars 19c K. r. Baking 1Q r Powder, 25c size _ 1JC (backers, 2 Ib. box 19c Jell Powder, 5 pkgs. __ 19c Macaroni, 4 pkgs. .- 19c Laundry Starch, 3 Ib. pkg. 19c evening after spending the time since Thursday at Lake Okoboji with ten other girls from Momlngside College. Harriett* Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Smith. Ewald Volgt of Whittemore, brother of Mrs. E. W. Hansen, underwent an operation Monday afternoon for ruptured appendix at the McCreery hospital at Whittemore. Mr. Volgt's con- iitlon waa very serious Monday even- Ing. Mel Palkenhainer, "Dutch" Lorenz, and H. M. Smith returned Monday evening after spending the week end fishing at Lake Coeur d' Oreilles. Wisconsin, in the Palkenhainer cottage. Dutch reported cashing a 21 pound muskle. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Goslin and son, Freddie Bill, who are now living In Charles City visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kelly. The Goslios mad* their home here until about a year ago. Mr. Gos'in was connected with the Highway Commission office. George Hackman, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Gtorge Hackman.. arrived here Friday after attending summer schr>ol at the University of Tennessee, where he finished work on his master's drgr<v. Mi'. Huekman is a vocational education instructor in Knoxville, Tennessee. Annual Lions club stag picnic will be held tho evening of Tuesday. August 7th. The adm.ifcsion Ui.-ki.-l will cover the cost of ull food and iv- Ire.-Jnrtnts. Tn u picnic will be held in ilie grove on the river west of Bancroft as in former years. Everyone is invited to atuiici. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. M:jr«iin. Mrs. Morgan's mother. Mrs. Jane Clark and the Morgan's daughter, Mrs. Willis Cotton of Lone Rock left on u trip la,t Tuesday morning. The group will v:.-it relatives and friends around Janesville and Madison. Wisconsin, and will also tak-e n the World's Far before returning. A group of girls kit Tuesday morning for Clear Lake where they will spend this week under the chaperon- atje of Mrs. P. R. Bandy of Brill. The group Include* Valeria Pickett, YWV^^ Charlotte Hilton, Ida Halplii. Hutu McKee, Jane Heinphill, Irma Dee Phillips. Marian Benson of Manly and Jane Bandy of Briu. Mrs. L. J. DeGraw and daughter. Mildred, expected to leave this inorn- iug (TJiunsday) lor GJeiidale California, to visit the former's aunt. Mrs. C. B. Holdridge. They will 'i'-*- 1 visit relatives ill Seattle, Washington. and eurolile home will stop ut the home of Mrs. DeGraw's brother. J. W. Dearchs. ill Denver. They expei - to be (foiie abou;, three weeks. home with her son, Leslie and daughter, Mrs. Jesse Riddle In Algona left recently for Solway, Minnesota, where she will visit her daughter, Mrs. R O. Rlchter. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Totten of Forest City were. guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. R. L. Roblnault. The ladies are sisters. The Tottens moved to Forest City a few months ago when they purchased a meat market there Frances Ann Zlttrttsch arrived home the latter part of last week from For DOdge after visiting there at the Jlm- mie Allen home. Frances Ann is suffering with a streptococsus sore throa and Is confined to her bed. Mrs. R. W. Bailey of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, arrived Tuesday morning at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Keith. She will make art "extended visit there and at the hdriMJ'of'her grandfather. E. P. Keith. Donald Akre, Henry Dearchs, Jr., Junior and Walter Beardsley and Gene Wray left in Donald's car Sunday noon for the Black Hills, South Dakota, or points farther west. The boys plan to stay two weeks—or until the money or the car gives out. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Connor of Des Moines arrived Saturday afternoon for a short visit at the Walter Good home. Mrs. Connor and Mrs. Good are sisters. The Connors left the Good home Tuesday morning for Minneapolis where they will also visit. Miss Ruth Lavpenz of Woodward came last Thursday to the home of her aunt, Mrs. John Dutton for a week's visit. Miss Lavrenz's mother, Mr* W. M. Hoffeins, was expected here last night (Wednesday) and will visit here the rest of the week. Mrs. Gaylord Shumway and son, David, were at Okobojl from Wednesday until Sunday as guests of Mr. Shumway's mother, Mrs. D. P. Shumway and his sister, Margaret, who have a cottage there. Mr. Shumway drove to Okoboji Sunday after them. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Turner and little son, Frank, and Mrs. Turner's sister, Dorothy Witham of Elkader came Saturday to the ladles' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Witham and are visiting relatives in and around Algona. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle were dinner guests Sunday at the Errrtl Hedblum home in Ogden. The two families were then guveti of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Carbon also of Ogden. Mis. Hedblum, Mrs Carlson and Mrs. Clapsaddle are sisters Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand will leave next Sunday for Kane, Pennsylvania, where they will visit Mrs. Sjostrand's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Benson. They will also visit in New York state and will stop In Chicago on their way home to attend the World's Pair. Stella Mae Breen, Irene Vaudt and Anna Buss lett for Chicago and the World's Pair Saturday of last week and are spending this week there. The girls are taking the'r vacations. Stella Mae from J. L. Bonar's Uw oftlce, Ir-.r.e from the Couitv Auditor's office and Anna from the Iowa State Bank. Austin Pox of Beverly Hills, California and niece. Mrs. Mervin Fnote of Hastings, Nebraska, left for home last, week after a week's visit at the home of the M. E. Worster family. Austin is th- son of Mrs. Worster and Mrs. Foo'e the daughter of Mrs. Cora Virgin and granddaughter of Mrs Wor- aer. Oleii Bii-si mii-r. as.sb.tant inanacer of i he Gamble store, was in Webster City hot week and remained this week to manage til- Gamble stori Uun.' winle tile manager is taku:» his vacation. Mrs. 13ii-.-emier i.s vis- itiii:: 1 I»T parries in Ur. 3 M ;n.s dur- iir.: her i:U.-band's stay.5 111 Weboti-r Ci'tv. Mil aiui MJ-.-J. Milvin RUUI>J k-fl .S<:' Lii'tl.iv r\eiimg tor Cincayo lo at- lend the World's Fair. They will al- io vi.--it at points in Wisconsin and Minm-.-o'a. Tiiey Wi-r«-- liccumijanied by Mrs. Uoupe'.v ^i.sur and husband of I* land Mclvin is taking 1m week of vacation from the Richardson furniture btore. Mr. and Mio. E. H. Kranz of Pasadena. California, cajne Sunday for a week's visit at the home of Mi-. Kranz's aiotcr. Mrs. T. H. Chriachilles, and with liis mother, Mrs. Sallie Kranz. who Kenneth Knutsen returned from Gun Lake, Minnesota, after spending the >ast week there. S. M. Swanson of Greentop, Missouri after visiting last week with her daughter, Mrs. W. D. Andrews, left on Saturday for Pierre, South Dakota, to visit another daughter. Mrs. c. B. M. Smith and two children, Charles and Mary Susan of Des Wolnea came Wednesday and are visiting at the J. J. HoTlibauer home for a few days and at the home of Mrs. Smith's brother, W. A. Barry. Mr. and Mrs. Roy picklns are the parents of a baby girl born Wednesday morning, July 25th, at the Kossuth hospital. The child weighed 7 pounds and is their first. Roy Is employed in |he Council Oak grocery store. A baby boy, weighing 7% pounds, was born to Mr .and Mrs. Jack Lud- wlg of St. Benedict at the Kossuth hospital last Friday. The child was named William Henry and Is their second child. Mrs. Ludwlg is the former Agnes Llchter. Viola Merrill is taking her vacation from the Milady's Beauty Salon. She had her tonsils removed at her home in Bancroft last week and ex- pecta to return to work next week. Mrs. KermHt IPoTbes is helping out during her absence. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller returned last Frday from their two weeks honeymoon trip Into Canada and th* Great Lakes region. They stopped at Chicago and points In Wisconsin before returning home. They are at home In the Vera apartments. Bonnie Lee Bonar, Phyllis Sawyer, Phyllis Mathes, Jane Laird and Mary Ellen Worster returned Wednesday morning from Boone where they had attended the Y. W. O. A. camp for ten days. Mrs. Bonar drove to Boone after Bonnie and Mrs. Mathes brought the other girls home. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McEvoy recently received a letter from Sylvie Ward who left several weeks ago for China where she will spend at least five years as a missionary. The letter was sent from Yunnanfu and was written on June 3. The letter described some of the conditions In China particularly a brief sketch of the mendicants who live in houseboats in the harbor at Shanghai. Raymond Carter Will Stewart and Jarrei Riddle spertl the week end ere. Tbev returned Sunday to Porst City where they are In a CCC amp. Misses lona Moyer. Helen Schrader. IrRtnla Thaves and Margaret Mome&s went to the Call State Park at Algona unday where they enjoyed a oicnic inner. Jim Kerr took Mrs. Grace Axefeon nd son to Ames Monday. They are •eturnlng to their home in New York fter spending the week at the C. C. Smith home. Mrs. J. M. McDonald and two aughters, Mary Beth Coffin and Mrs. £aude Hanna drove to Estherville on Thursday of last week where they pent the day. Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell, and Rev. and Mrs. A. H. Wood had the misfortune to have their car go into he ditch while going to Pelican Lake ast week. No one was hurt as the car did not upset. Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten and their children left early Monday morning 'or Ambrldge, Penn., where they will visit at the home of Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Aten and Mrs. Aten's mother. They will enjoy a two weeks' vacation. The new members of the Ladies' Aid entertained the Aid and a number of quests at a urogram on Wednesday of last week. A school program was given and proved to be a real comedy. Thte program was organized by Mrs. L. E. and was a prreat success. Miss Esther Olson, who has been clerking in Smith's department store for several years left Sunday for a six weeks vacation. Miss Olson went to Kansas City. Missouri, where she will visit her aunt and will leave Wednesday by bus for Los Angeles, California. Ross Rlnjrsdorf and daughter, Kathleen of Newark, South Dakota, arrived here Monday night at the Fred Rlngs- dorf home. Ross Is moving to a farm near Iowa Falls. Mrs. Rliutsdorf and two sons are on the farm at Iowa Falls and Mr. Ringsdorf will remain In Dakota until after craps are harvested. recently returned from California and i.s nuw at the home of her daughter. The Chrischilleseii drove to Ames after Mr. and Mrs. Kranz Sunday. Fred Frost went to Pierre, South Dakota. Friday on busing. He and his father, F. A. M. Frost are expected home thii week end Mr. and Mrs. J. Frost of Tamil opent Sunday with Mr. Front's father. Mrs. Fred Frost and grandmother, Mrs. F. A M Frost. They had spent the week end with Mri. Frost's parento near Speuoer Burt Woman's Mother Falls 111 on Vacation Trip and Passes On Burt: Prof, and Mrs. Donald Weir and two children, who have been on a trip returned home Saturday night They were accompanied on their trip by Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McGee, the parents of Mrs. Weir. Mrs. McGee was taken ill near Billings, Montana and was taken to the hospital there where she died. Mr. and Mrs. Weir left Sunday morning for Sussex, Wis consln, to attend the funeral. Friends here extend their sympathy to Mr and Mrs. Weir. Miss Virginia Thaves arrived home Wednesday from Minneapolis. A new roof Is being put on the school house and other repairs made. Willard Stow of Newton, Iowa, spent the week end here with his parents. Joe Heaney drove to Mankato on Sunday where he visited his brother. Irma Davlson spent several days last week At Algona with Mrs. Oordle Ogff. Mrs. Al Staehle entertained a number of ladles at bridge Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson visited Mr. Nelson's sister and family at Britt Sunday. Donald, the six year old son of Mr and Mrs. Ora Hulbert is ill with the pneumonia. Arie Dittmer has been ill for several days and unable to work In the harvest field. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Morris returned home Sunday after a visit with Mr Morris' parents. Rev. and Mrs. N. L. Richmond and daughter are visiting relatives at Wheaton. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp attended the funeral of Mr. Klamp's father in Algona; Tuesday. Rev. Paul and daughter Jean of Titonka were dinner guests at the C. L Phelps home Sunday. Mrs. Robert Jones was able to return home from, the hospital Sunday following an operation. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Pannkuk drove to Brtoelyn, Minnesota Thursday where they visited relatives. Miss Irma Davlson went to Melvin, Monday where she will visit at the home of her brother, Frank. Mrs. Bartley of Omaha is visiting her sister, Mrs. F. E. Rubey. Mr. Bartley Is expected here to spend the week end. Mrs. Anna Stow entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow and son Willard and Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stow at dinner on Sunday. Willis Phelps will give a talk e.t the Methodist church Sunday at eleven a. m. during the absence of Rev. C. B. Mitchell. Misses Ruth and Esther Hodgson drove to Armstrong Tuesday where th v visited at the home of Mus bertha Bardo. Mrs. Oscar Riddle returned home from Iowa City Sunday where she had an oueratiou for goiter and hernia at the University hospital. The Ladies' Aid society will n:e t or. Friday, August li a., the ladu > have been invited to Armsironn uii the dale ul their ivgular meL-tin^. Mrs. Kli/.abvth Trepto\v ulid M:.s.s Lois Whit- hill drove to H.illa iSuimav t) visit Mr. anil Mr.->. Joe M-iddt n. .Mrs. Madui-n has been ill. L. R. Daniels and daimti'er Arlnii-. and Mr. and Mr.-. Cl. L 1 . All-.'n drove to Lakolu Sunday vUlele IJK-V vi.-iu-.i at the Elnur Kieniu home. 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