The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1934 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 18, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Mofnes, Algona, Iowa, October 18, 1934 " OuMi'f CU >HB .... . Nancy, daughter 61 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hutchison, observed her fourth birthday Sunday at her home. Her grandparents, Mr. «nfl Mrs. A. Hutchison, and aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hutchison, and a few of her neighborhood friends were the guests during the afternoon and enjoyed light reTreshmertte. A birthday Mrty was given Monday afternoon for Helen Sue Hutchison by her mother, -Mrs. Theodore Hutchison In honor of her fourth birthday which occurred Wednesday* Fourteen boys and girls were guests and spent the afternoon playing cards. A luncheon was served later. Mrs. Joe Harlg gay* a party Wednesday afternoon of this week for her daughter, Betty, who was four that day. Twelve boys and girls played various games after which they were eerved refreshments. Bible Searchers Class— The Btble Searchers class met on Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. F. A. M. Frost who was assisted by M*sdames Vohs. Bradley, Herman Dau, E. N. Taylor and F. P. Frost. Mrs. Bradley conducted the devotions which was followed by roll call and the business meeting. Rev. Edge gave a short talk on "Takrits" to the 23 members and 10 guests present. Three songs were sung by Ella Mae Johnson, Ruth Malueg and Isabel Oreenberg. The November meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. tf. A. Smith. Hartshorn Reunion— Members of the Hartshorn family held a reunion Sunday at the Elmer Hartshorn home in Algona in honor of Mr. Hartshorn's father, Joe Hartshorn of Ledyard who celebrated his 84th birthday. Those who attended brslde the honoree were his wife and two sons, Everett and John, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kramer of Fort Dodgo, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Engelhart of Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Austin of Tlton- ka, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harthorn of Swea City, Mrs. Ella Hartshorn of Battle Creek, Michigan, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Cotrnian of Algona, Mrs. EVa Newville of Portland, who is a sister of Mrs. Ella Hartshornf Mr. and Mrs. George Steil of Algona and Beulah Hartshorn of Algona. 37th Wedding Anniversary— A 6:30 dinner was given in honor of the 37th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Zanke of Burt at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Harvey of TJnlon township. Thirty rela- tivd; o>id friends were present. A daughter, Helen, of Los Angeles, California, sent special table decorations In honor of the occasion, carrying out a pink and white color scheme. She also sent a pair of silver candle holders as a gift.' The guests presented a lace table cloth to Mr. and Mrs. Zan- toe. The evening was spent at bridge. Lewis Larson of Tltonka received the high score and Mrs. Zanke the low score. Marriage— Hazel D. Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Olson of Fort Dodge and Dow Laidley. son of Mrs. Agnes Laidley and a member of the Algona Upper Des Moines printing force, were married Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. Justice of the Peace Hiram White, performed the oeraaony in the presence of the couple's attendants, Mr. and Mrs. Merle SebwWtert and a few other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Laidley are now at .borne In the J. E. Moulds apartment* on North Street. Big Hallowe'en Dance— A big all-county Hallowe'en dance Thursday evening, November 1st, at the country Club Is announced bv the American Legion and Auxiliary. All members who are eligible for membership in the Legion or Auxiliary are Invited. Costumes are requested by not required. A short business meeting for election of County Legion officers will precede the dance and a lunch will be served by the Algona Auxiliary. Trwro will also be speeches by several prominent speakers. Tltonka Legion Elects— The Breen Post of the American Legion of Tltonka ekcted the following officers for the comine year at their annual meeting Thursday evening, October 4th: commander, Alfred Oestcr- relchsr; vice commander, Thomas Young; adjutant, Nathaniel Walsh: finance officer, Raymond F. Bonacker; sereeant at arms. William H. Ricklefs: Chaplain, Leonard C. Gartner; historian, Howard A. French. Shower Honors Daughter— Mrs. Floyd Turner was hostess to a EUfctllaneous shower at her home on Wednesday svening which was given in honor of her daughter, Pauline, who was married at Canton, South Dakota. September 1st, to Cornelius DeKrulf of Sheldon, Iowa. The bride received many beautiful gifts and refreshments were served to twenty guests after an enjoyable, informal evening. Auxiliary Honors Cast— A party was given by the Legion Auxiliary for the members of the cast of the local talent show, "School Days," Tuesday night following the last curtain. Hie "actors and actresses" adjourned to the Legion hall and a program of various humorous readings, stunts and tap dancing followed and sandwiches, pie 'and coffee were served. SUrer Tea Thniftdmy— Mrs. T. P. Harrington's circle of the Congregational Woman's Association sponsored a silver tea Thursday afternoon of last week, which was given at the home of Mrs. Harrington. On ttae program, a play, directed by Mrs. Den- nli Ooeders and presented by Mrs. M. O. Bourne. Ua Leffert, Esther Pratt, Marlon Corey was given and Mre. Sylvia Gunn gave a piano solo. Light refreshments were then served to fifty guests. Covered DUh Dinner— Eastern Star members will have a covered dish dinner at 6:30 Friday evening. October 19th, at the Masonic Temple. Following the dinner, there will be Initiation work. Those Star members whose husbands do not belong to the Eastern Star, are asked to bring them to the dinner as guests. V. f. W. Auxiliary— The Ladles Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U. 8. will nnet Thursday evening at the Legion hall. The organization wab iormec here a few months ago. Mrs. Ernst Thiel U presidest, Mrs. Harold Sorensen is secretary, and Mrs. Haze Brims is treasurer. Senior Party The senior party was given Saturday evening at the high school building and,the junior class and their teachers 'were also guests. Games were played the for e part of the evening and dancing was enjoyed until eleven o'clock. Ice cream and wafers were served as refreshments. M. E. Ladle* Aid— The Methodist Ladles' Aid are serving a 1:15 luncheon Thursday at the church in honor of Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Edge. The men of the church are also urged to attend the luncheon. If it Is at all possible. Mrs. Frank Thorpe's division will serve. Baptist MMon Circle— The Baptist Mission Circle will meet Thursday evening, October 18th at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. L. W. Keith. Mrs. George Hoflus will be the leader and a Japanese play will be given by some of the girls. Roll call will be answered by a favorite Bible verse. Thimble Club Meets— Mrs. O. J. Steohenson entertained the adies of the Thimble club Monday afternoon. Each lady brought their own sewing, upon which they sewed during the afternoon. A luncheon was /erved later. in the production, Saturday of this week. characters. Nearl the book ... of t oni the wrong si tracks. It's a sto man Interest, and every member of thoroughly enjoy. "Lady by Choice." typical Robson co Lombard romance. Tennessee. meals In a New earn her keep. Love" her beautiful lio Carminati, singer, finds tell who will win hand. The fi ty of money. first time. ent. tt&O&O&<J<wX(:M^ A fipr y% ft i \TRE it -•ji. "iifti I " I U|:| TTEroBH' BBHs WH> mxtm.M.pHM3ueup»tmLeg test hnmaa stories come to the screen i, "Mrs. Wiggs of ," which is the fea- ["heatre, Friday and yeek. W. C. Fields «d by Pauline Lord le, are the leading everyone has read le family that lived le oif the railroad •y packed with hu- above all, one that the family can mother of the rno- jombard, who could heart without much ouble to the other stars in "Lady by Jay— Monday show 1 , remember "Lady for to see this one, and 111 mourn the over*e May Robson In It combines the Tiedy and a typical • * adlant beattfy and opera, was born in ang in a church n the movies. Beshe sang for her York restaurant to In "One Nlghti of ul voice, that has of Metropolitan Op- to the screen. Tul- lumself no mean in a. cnetip u»ic, lorn (In the movie), second man in the time It Is hard to i the ftijr sirwer's curtain tells you. received the united and Is A high class the producers plen- 3 on Tuesday, Weday of next week. I Leslie Howard in re together for the a Soviet secret ag- ritish aarent. Would Bernice Jensen of Seneca, a Bride at Ceremony on Oct. 9 Seneca: Benrlce Jensen, daughter of Kir. and Mrs. Fred Jensen, became the bride of Simird O1ten of Rinested. on October 9th at the church at Deoew. The bride was attended bv her sister. Victoria and the eroom was attended bv his brother. Alvin. The vounar coun- le will make their home near Binar- Rt.Crt <»^u« Julia Saunders was a Sundav dinner euest at the Henry Sctomdlt home near Armstrong. Grace McOreswr suent Saturday evening and Sunday at the James Doocy l»Dme of Swea dty. Henry Hoeck. Jr., of Swea Citv was a supper euest at the A. T. Paulsen home Sunday evening. TJie senior class motored to Aleona Tuesday asd had ttieir pictures taken. There arp 15 in the class. Mrs. Alice Durvea of Irvlneton spent last week at th*» home of her dauehter. Mrs. B. J. Campbell. Kenneth Campbell soent, the week end at the home of his sTster. Mrs. Harvey Christensen of Rlnasted. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Doocv left last Wednesday to visit relatives in Illinois also attended the world's fair. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pedersen and daughter, Arlene, of Ringsted, were Sunday calisrs at the J. H. Saunders home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Turner and Mr. and Mrs. T. Drow of Curlew were Sunday callers at the J. H. Saunders home. Dorothy Hoeck. and Mavis Preston spent Friday afternoon with their friend. Patsy Kennedy, celebrating her birthday. James Dolan and the V. R Hahn family of Rlnested were Sundav dinner euests at the Elmer Zeieler horns in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Art Soear and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Shaw and family of Sherbum. Minn., were Sunday visitors at the Ole Johanson home. Charles Grimsehl of LuVerne Dies at Home of Son Luyerne: Charles Grimsehl. 86 years old, died Tuesdav. Oct. 9th. at one o'clock at the home of his son. Geo. ortosehl of complications due to old aee. Funeral services were held on Thursday afternoon at 2:30 in the Lutheran church of which he was a member, conducted bv the castor. Rev. Whittenbere. Burial was in the local remptprv. Mr. Grfmsehl was born In The 3. J. Club met with Mr rv Lichtv Friday afternoon wl teen present. A paper on the Helen Keller was read bv Mrs. Sanford. A business meeting w and a report given on the coun eraitiort meeting at Afema b Bernard Wolf. yu-u^ww^y^y^yftHift^yflfiflQfl093Q*BOQC9J93 | SEXTON NEWS M Miss Edith Greenfield was sick list a few davs last week. Mr. and Mrs. Strother Wise i mllv were callers at. Sexton Bur Walter Owen of Clearfleld, 1 picking corn for B. E. Sanders « is no corn at his home. Mrs. Eliza Richards of Aliron Thursday nhtht with her sIsU Arthur Greenfield and family. Miss Nell Wise kit last week day for Swea Cltv where she T It her sister. Mrs. Llovd H. Stei family. Mrs. Ida Harris scent Saturds with her daughter. Mrs. MUto dines and husband at Wesley, turned home Sunday. Mrs. Laura Francis and son. visited Saturday evenlntt at th of her daughter, Mrs. Grace and family at Corwlth. Mr. and Mrs. Harvev Steve Wilbur and Everett and Mr. a Leo Steven were at the John v sen home at Hutohins for Sund ner. Thp Sexton Ladles' Aid baza supper held at the Sexton h week Thursday evening was * tended and the ladles cleared sum. Mr. and Mrs. Date Thompsi childreh. PlxvlBs. Dean said were Sundav dinner euests at tr. of his uarents. Mr. and Mrs Thompson at Goodell. Mr. and Mrs. Sanders. Mr. a L. A. Bolenus and son. Root aauenter. June and James Aw over to Mason Citv to spend with Mr. and Mrs. Hawlev. Mr and Mrs. Fred Neahrlng tie son. Donald visited and we riAi* miMCtJl f-»HTltf A.V Alt Brltw npr KUCOMO QUlm4»v «*w "** ww horn* of her parents. Mr. an Henry Glave. The occasion w Glave's birthday. Mr and Mrs. Hallard Snvd flve children left Thursday for ton. where they visited with i over the week end. returning h Sundav or Mondav. Rav Huff mother, Mrs. Mary Huff are sta the Snvder home taking care farm duties. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kirs and two children. Bobble an Marie of Garner came Saturda and spent the nlerht with his i Mr. and Mrs. William Kirs K A i>n atmHotr mnrnlnff. tnCV if Mrs. club was entertained nesdav afternoon by Mre. ^Horeer U\ nd- horst with 13 members and »»«> orient. The hpSt««onenlnK wSted of two short IfJ ev Isn't, EvervthiiW and MetTA mwrt was rfrei^ rf the tv (ederaitlon meetfn«rby Mrs. Mason N. cut. jjcaare is a r>in.*on ugciib. TVVLUU ceinetei v. «u. XJIJUIIK^", """../;;; ^ you think so strongly of a cause that Hanover, Germany. June 2. 1848. and rm, .mild kill ttwTman vou love tor came to the United States when he you would kill the man you love for that cause? That is the problem that faces the Soviet girl. The background of the picture—revolution, bloodshed, strife—is one that lends enchantment to the superb acting of the characters. Friday and Saturday of next week. • • • Manager Rice has a high clao lineup of pictures for the entire week, with plenty of good short subjects also booked for variety. Social Events of Week at Bancroft Honored at Party Bancroft: Georgia Cannean gave a card party Saturday night in honor of Mrs. A. J. Berens of Chicago. Bridge was played at three tables. Regina Berens received high prize, Mrs. H. E. Weber the hunting prize and Mrs. Berens received itiie truest nrize. A verv delicious luncheon was served. Drone-Leinincer Nuptials— Miss Mildred Drone, daughter o Mrs. Anna Drone of Algona and Ro Lelninger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Josepl LeirAinger of Lotts Creek were marrie last Thursday evening at the Trlni ty Lutheran parsonage with the Rev P J. Braner officiating. Leo Leininger and Mlsa Ruth Lelninger were the attendants. Seven O'clock Dinner— A seven o'clock dinner was given on Friday evening by Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith at tne Country Club. Twelve couples were present. The hours after dimmer were spent in playing bridge and first ladies' and men's prizes went to Mr. and Mrs. U. H. Miller. Birthday Club Dinner— Mrs. T. P. Harrington was hostess Monday evening at a 6:30 dinner given for the members of her birthday club Mrs G H. Morse of Esthervtlle was a giKst, of the club. The after dinner houri were spent, playing bridge. Idle Hour Luncheon— Members of the Idle Hour bridge club met at the home of Mrs. DK White and enjoyed a one o'clock cov- <red dish luncheon Wednesday afternoon of tliis week Bridge was play- t-d during the afternoon. Hostess Friday Evening— Miss Ruth Messenger was hostess to a groun of her friends Friday evening _ . ' _ . , 1_ TD~ift,,j± ii-rif T»l'Jf*iH ftf. of Initial Meeting Thursday— The Initial meeting of the Woman's Foreign Missionary society was held on Thursday afternoon of last week at the Methodist church. The newly elected officers were in charge of the meeting. Episcopal Guild— The Guild of the Episcopal church meets Thursday (today) afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. Glen Raney. Royal Nrigbbor Club— The Royal Neighbor club will meet Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Ralph Brown. Entertained at Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reck-?r entertained County Attorney and Mrs. Mau- Ico McMahon of Algona, Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Weber and Mr .and Mrs. Joe Welp, Jr., at a chicken dinner at their home Wednesday ev;ning. Cards were played after the dinner. Frank was I. E. Weber and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Baptist Church Arthur S. Ilueoer, pastor The pastor was glad to be back in the pulpit again 4ast Sunday. He hopes to continue tlte work with new energy. Let us all make a special effort to get into the work whole-heartedly. Morning worship at 11 a. m. Evening praise s> rve at 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 10 a. m. B. Y. P. U. at, 7 p. m. Bible Study and prayer meeting Wednesdays at 7:30 p. m. IRVINGTON NEWS last week. Bridge was played at three tables and Jirit prize went Miss Lynor Olson. Miss Leoud Kran. rtceiwd Uie second^prize. . , ., Circles to Meet Today— The various circles of the Woman's Association of the Congregational church are meeting today (Thursday* at the following homes: Dennis Coders, A. A. Lyons. E. R. Morrison and G. H. Fref. . U<«t«» WedJftwday Evenin*Eight, members of her bndge club m «t with Mrs. Joel Hvrbot Wednesday prise- Mr, and Mrs. S;ward Thornton and children were week end visitors at the home of Soward's parents n-ar Em- .ntrt.-burtr. The elder Thorntons w-re jvvav and Stward assisted with the ::hores. Miss Lf-ona Stewart of DCS Moines visited with the home folks over the cJi end. Ltona will comnlete her — ars-i' of studv on Nov. 15 and has already found employment awai'-ina her •raduation. At the Harvest festival suoner served last Wednesday ev< tiing at the lo- iil church annex bv the ladies ol the society a sum of 880.15 was realized. It was reported that 323 Dc-oole were served. Local veterinarians were busy re- ccntlv testina cattk- in this vicinitv. A n-rv .'mall oercentaae have been le- uorted as reactors. This act is now re- cmij-i-d bv law with the intention of wiumi' out T. B. in cattle. Mr. and Mrs. Cnas. Eael accouiDani- *d bv their .son. Ernst aJid Vivian Miller attended a family reunio nSunday Will Cosgrove of Wesley was transacting business in Bancroft. Monday. Anton Mathahs and son of Thorrton visited Saturday with J. H. Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith of Burt visited Sunday at the H. J. Guide tiome. Geo. Markla of Burt spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Reinharc Potthoff. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Berens are visiting at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs. Peter Berens. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fox entertain ed Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox at din ner at Uielr home Sunday. John MtrrlU and Walter William drove to Rockwell City Sunday anc spent the day wtth Father Rober Quinn. Mrs. Bill Goche and son, EM, drcv o Rochester Sunday to visit their so and brother, Art, who Is ill in the hos pital there. Mrs. Richard Farrow and sons, Clyd and Robert- of Sauk Center, Minivesot came Sunday for a visit at the Parro and McGuire homes. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Schneider, and Mr. and Mrs. John Schneider attended a family reunion at the Lyle Dickey home at Ames Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Al Fangman of Alta visiud at the home of their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fangman was 24 years old. He lived one vear in Chicago, moving to State Center In 1887 and to LuVeme in 1888. where he has resided for 48 years. His wife preceded him in death In 1908 and In 1914 he retired from the farm and has made Ws home with his daughters. M*. Josephine Will of Fairmont; Minn., Mrs. Gottlieb Hanselman and Mrs. Richard Wegner of LuVerne tnd, hia son. George Orimsehl of LuVerne. who arr left, to mourn his demise. One son died in 1896 of diphtheria. Mrs. Krause Dlca Mrs. Ous Krause died Saturday in the hospital at Cherokee where she has been a oatlent for many years. She leaves her husband, one daughter. Envma. and two sons. Clarenoei and Arthur, who reside north of Lu- Verne. _ A baby boy was born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson. Al Gels of Lincoln, is visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Gels. Ed Klasse Is suffering with a broken arm received while cranking a car. Mr. and and Mrs. R. D. Sublett of Eaek Grove visited friends here on Sunday. Mrs. Austin Burtis visited last week with her mother, Mrs. Jutt* in Webster Citv. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Murray of Des Moines visited Sunday at the Will Murray home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Graham entertained the school faculty at a six D. m. dinner Fridav cvenlne. Mrs. Kate Huff visited from W-:d- nesdav until Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Jensen at Webster Citv. Mr. and Mrs. Eustace and lamllv etumed home Monday from a week's Isit with relatives and friends in Akon. A miscellaneous shower »•«*!*«:" Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs August Brown fn honor of Mrs. Harold Brandow. Assisting hostess i»ere MlsdSnes John DitswortH and W. H, Brandow. Favorite redoes were writ M ^S^dec^tio^^n keeping with Hallowe'en and O* color scheme was carried out m a two course luncheon served by Ditswortji and Marie and . wirfp^sent anTmSnV bSSSfof URii were received. John Ernelding has traded his Ford touring car and now drives a Plymouth. , ,. . The Qewsre Brassee, family visited the Henry Snyder family near Fenton Sunday. Mrs. Prank Stoner left Tuesday morning for Iowa Citv for treatment for diabetes. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox were callers Sunday afternoon at the M. J. Jones home In Ataona. Mrs. A. OUUngham and daughter. Alice called on friends In Aurona on Tuesday afternoon. The Delbm Fasnau famUv of Aleona moved into the R. J. Vincent house in Hobarton. Rose . , Iv accompanied bv Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kirschbaum and his sister. Mrs. Hen- rv Fennewald of Dubuaue. for Ayrshire where they visited Sundav at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kirschbaum and family. PLUM GREEK NEWS Louis Ball of Clear Lake, is visiting at the home of hla sister, Mrs. Elmer Jasperson. Mr. and Mrs. A. Elscheid gave a dance at their home Friday night for a group of neighbors. C. B. Albright was a business visitor at Sioux Falls and other South Dakota point* last week. ttie John Grow family were •visitors at the home of his brother, Floyd, near Well*, Minnesota. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Plckard and Oar- nutt, were at Mason City on Saturday night and Sunday visiting with the Everett Robinson family, nephew of Mrs. Plckard. Mrs. Wm. Altwegg and Genevieve were at Havelock Friday night and Saturday viiltlng the Howard Glb- on family, who were residents of this Iclnlty at one time. Mrs. C. C. Rob- rvson accompanied them there and remained for a longer visit. Mrs. Henrv Tahke of Wlndom. Minnesota Is vlsitlna at the home of her aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Glaus Kruse. Mrs. Emma Lehman and son. Earl o Boxholm visited a few davs with their daughter and sister. Mrs. Fred Merkle and husband. A loint meeting was held Tuesday of the Progressive. Tuesdav and J. J clubs in the community hall. Th« countv president. Mrs. J. H. Warbur ton of Lakota sooke. Mr. and Mrs. Harroll Burtts. Mrs. Dick V/ermcrson and son Richard, returned home Saturday from a month's visit with their sister, Mrs. George Rosboroueh in Idaho. Mrs. Prlscllla Schafler Cresco Mothers Club Ha* Meeting and Zeigler compose the charge. Fred Carter returned last-week from ^Deration and L. Parsons farm. Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Martin _—_-— T to^ractSm. Mton.. SundM •nA> Oeo. Johnson spent the day at the home or his niece, Mrs. H. T. Sabin, John EroeMta* has rented » farm near St. Joe and Victor Applejate a farm near Stllson northeast of Corwith, to move on Marcn 1st. Mrs. Homer Lindhorst reoelvedwprd last week that her mother in Brokaw hospital, Bloomisgton, 111, for two months, was recovering from a brown hlo. ; Jt Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Helserodt were among the «uests Sunday ^it Uw J. J. Johnson home at Rich Point. Mrs. Estella Sabln of AlBona accompanied them, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Slater of Polo. Ill. former residents here, left last week Wednesday afternoon for Waterloo to vlsK the latter's sister in that city enroute home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parks attended, a meeting of the Men's club of ttoe PresJ>vterian church of Alarona Tuesday evening, Oct. 16. at the F. L. Oel- sel home on the Ridge roart near Irvington. Messrs, and Mesdames A. D. Lehman and D. A, Tcet«T left Sunday morning eoine to Yankton. South Dakota, then Sioux Citv and Cherokee on sWhtseeins tour. They will return uume Monday. Messrs, and Mesdames Robert and Will Runchev and the boys' mother. Mrs, Mary F.unchev of Alaona left on Saturday morning to visit at the Ellis Runchev and Mrs. G?orire Flaw families at Neoaho. Mo. Florence G»Hfehecker ehtextained a group of classmates and friends Sunday afternoon. The amusements consisted of a treasure hunt and card playing. Refreshments were served and everyone spent a happy afternoon. STALLED ByaDead Battery ! . been with her daushter. who has Mrs. A. L and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Dyer. The banns of marriage were published Sunday for the first time in St. John's Catholic church between Charlotte Hood and Charles McGuire. Jack and Junior Stovor of Graet- tinif. r, Lawrence Bergman and Frank Burgess of Einmelsburg and Bernard McGuire spent Sunday at Charles City. Margaret Bauer was honored at a Soooner went to Forest Citv where she will soend the winter months with her daughter. Mrs. Dows. The Youne People's Sundav School class of the Evangelical church held a Hallowe'en and masau-erade oartv on I Fridav evenina at the Georste Merkle Home with fifteen vouna oeoole ore- ent. Mrs. George Martv of Mason Citv isit/ed Fridav with her Darents. Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Soooner. She went o Fort Dodue Saturday for a visit with her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Llovd Soooner. , A oantrv shower was held for Mr. _.ici Mrs. JasuL-r Vauahn Mondav evening of last week in the church parlo-.s bv the members of the Eoworth .eaeue of which Mrs. VauKhn Is a nember. Mrs. A. M. Curran. who has been vUituig relatives here, has returned to tier home in Navtahwaush. Minn. Her daughter and husband. Mr. and Mrs. ' Guv and Artie Curran accoin- oanied her for a visit. Before cold weather better drive in and lei u* cluck over your battery. Cold wave* are hard on undercharged batteries—let Us Inspect and service yoora now and you'll be certain of avoiding trouble later. Goodrich Tires Washing—Greasing Willard Batteries Tydol Gas Veedol Oil Clapp's Master Service West of Court House Phone 26. . :iniilv. brothers and Eisel. Mrs. Johanna skiers of Beckman. Mrs. aned Tuesday afternoon. . . . rnaher of Mrs. Eael. re-sides with her dauKhter. Mrs. AuKUSt Bueiiflic. while the crowd gathered at the home of Mrs. Helen Schuldt for their dlmic-r. Then- were fort v uresent. Once a Fashion Kin*— Now Living oil a Fft>-C«ut Uaily Head About This Former Autocrat of Dretfit iu The AiuericaJi Weekly, the Magazine Distributed With Next Sunday'* Chicago Herald *ud shower at the Kockler home Tuesday evening. Miss Bauer will be married next Tuesday morning to Martin Krapp. Mrs. Bridget Quinn. daughters, Margaret and Julia and granddaughter Madeline Lattimer and Matilda Stork transacted business in Mason Cliy or Saturday. Mrs. Bridget Quina and Margaret Madeline Lattimer. Mrs. McCleisch and Donald and Dorothv. visited at the Jack Quinn home in Lou--- Rock on Thursday. Mrs. George Carmeun entertained two tables of bridge Friday evening in honor of Mrs. Ed Knioult who is visiting at the John Williams home. Mrs. E. B. Kohnke received high prize and Mrs. Knipple Uie guest priie. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dtilering and daughters, Marguerite, Mildred, Marina went to Remsen Saturday where they will attend the funeral of Rev. Jt**ph Scruiit* who died Saturday. The funeral servlcea wer<; held Tuesday uujnurm at ten o'clock,. Permanent Wave Sp lecal Eug- Special Prices oil our ene Spiral and Realistic Cro- quigiiole Wave for a limited time nly. Marigold Cosmetic Shop CALL I HE ATRE Every One a Hit! Wed.Thurs., Oct. 17-18 Butterworth and Durante with a bunch of college boys and girls in "STUDENTS TOUR" Also the great musical "Songs of the Colleges" Friday-Saturday, Oct. 19-20 Grand and glorious fun. For the family. Full show after night football game. Tues., Wed., Thur»., Oct. 23-24-25 The outstanding picture of the month. Money-back guarantee on thta one. Remember you get all the beautiful overtones on Western Electric Wide Rrange Sound here. ''Au^ .\\OOrC i 1 - O o! rnc most radia W.C. FIELDS Evelyn VENABLE KENT TAYLOR News and Serial. Sunday-Monday, Oct. 21-22 It's worth its weight in gold. The big S unit ehow. No. 1—Grandfather's Clock No. a—Dumbbell Lettcn No. 3—New New* No. 4—Loon Errot in a grand tech- nicolor Junior feature— ..... .. • • -8EBVICE WITH A SMILE" No. S—Better than l*4r for a Day. Ok FIRST LADY of the SCREEN WiMOfff OFJJWt • • i IU.U" 1 ! V! K CAKMINA1I • IAI.BOT •,_ MONA HAKRIK ' BYCI with MAY ROBSON CAROLE LOMBARD ROGER POOR 4 CGU/MMI ftCTUM Friday and Saturday, Oct. 26-27 Special Rip-tick!ing comedy. It's grand FRANCIS HOWARD. ISHMMT IKVMM HCHf I DOROTHY WE Special Saturday—Vaudeville Rand's Dog Circui faiXGQQ&QQ&<^^

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