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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, December 6,1934 focalfyents •w, Mr '.J^ Mrs ' GIen Bennett spent Thanksgiving l n Mason City. James Flnley left Tuesday of last Week for Austin, Minnesota, on a business mission. Miss lona Mlddleton of Eagle Grove sister of Mrs. N. C. Bice, is visiting at the Rice home at this time. Charles W. Humphrey of Charles ty, brother of Mrs. W. C. Steele, wa$ a Thai.Ksgiving day guest at the Sterfe notne. Kmhnb Spongberg, teacher at Fayette, Iowa, spent the Thanksgiving vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs AI Spongberg. Loralne Coonan and her friend, Beruice Moses, both of Emmetsburg, spent trie week end wi-ih the former's sister Mrs. M. J. Strelt. Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Little and son and daughter were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Charles B. Little, Jr., inome In HUmboldt. Mrs. Thos. Akre and son, Donald drove to clear Lake Thursday and after a brief stop there went on to Mason City for the day. Mr. and Mrs. Dor? Freeh and little daughter, Peggy, spent Thanksgiving tiny wtth Mrs. Freeh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Link at Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Eckhart moved Sunday from their apartments in the Wm. Funk house to the Elke apartments on Dodge street. Ruth Marshall of Mason city returned to her home Sunday evening after visiting here since Thanksgiving day with Phyllis Sawyer. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Burmeister were guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Burtneister at Minnesota Lake, Minnesota, over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Danfcon spent Thanksgiving day in Spirit Lake, the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Scholten. Mrs. Scholten Is the former Florence Danson. Bob Cliff of Ames, accompanied Dick Cowan, student at Iowa Slate College, to Algona and spent from Wednesday evening until Sunday here at the Cowan home. C. E. Oakey and Roy Milliard of Cor- ninpr, Town, were guests of K. D. James from Monday until Thursday of last weelc. The men came pheasant hunting. to enjoy the Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L. Webster returned Sunday after visiting their daughter. Mrs. Heike in Estherville for the past several w<reks. Mrs. Heike was the former Marie Webster. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Richards and family of Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Greenfield and daughter, Edith of Sexton, were Thanksgiving day guests of Mrs. A. O. Richards. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Helberg and Ralph Rlnggenberg, all of Newton, were visitors at the Art Helberg and Wlllard Rlnggenberg homes Saturday of the pheasant hunting season. Mildred DeGraw returned Sunday evening to Cedar Palls to resume her teaching- duties after spending' the Thanksgiving -vacation with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. j. DeOraw. George Godfrey of Ames visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. H. Godfrey Monday evening: until Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Godfrey Is assistant to the president of the Iowa State College at Amea. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Joynt nnd children visited relatives In Cylinder. Sunday nnd also visited with Mr. Joynt's sister, Mrs. Joe Helfler of Dyersvllle, Iowa, who happened to be visiting In Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kirsch and their children, Arthur and Rose Mary, spent Thanksgiving day in Dexter, Minnesota, with Mrs. Klrsch's sister, Mrs. L,. A. Seefeldt and family and her brother, Fred Helgens. Irene Simpson of Armstrong, member of the school faculty there, was a Kuest over the week tnd of Kate Skinner here. Miss Skinner, who teaches in Fort Dodge, spent, the vacati:n with her mother here. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt and their children returned Mcnday evening from Lemmon, South Dakota, where they had visited about a week with Mr. Pratt's parents. Th e Pratts lived in Lemmon for about three years at one time. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Williams spent Thanksgiving day In Brltt where they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. August Lee. This la the first time that Mrs. Williams has been able to travtl any distance since her operation some weeks ago. O. A. Joynt, L. A. Winkel, Joe Bea- tenlehner, M. T. McGuire, E. C. McMahon, Leslie McEnroe, Nick Willger, Vic Prlderes and Leonard Volt were among those from here who attended the Knights of Columbus Initiation in EmmeUburg Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Dodds of Newton and son, William, student at University of Iowa, and Mrs. Louise Williams of Newton were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Morrison. Mrs. Dodds is> Mr. Morrison's mother and Mrs. Williams is his grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace MacDougall and little son, Bvbbie, were guests on Thursday in Mason City at the home of the Jailer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tubbesing. Mr. and Mrs. Jay K nt of Lone Tree were also guests there. Mrs. Kent is a sister of Mrs. MacPougaJl. Lluyd Pratt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt, came hpme Wednesday evening from Iowa Slate T.ao.:er.-, College in Cedar Falls, which he entered this fall. He will remain home until after Christmas when he will eater Iowa Stale Coll. ue at Ames to take up an electrical course. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McCorkle wid son, Donny, returned Saturday evening from Melbourne, where they had vislfctd with Mrs. McCorkle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin, since Wednesday. The McCorkes intended to return Friday morning but were snowbound. Hugh Post is fon:ed to walk with crutches, the result of a broken bone While at work a Bernadine Barnes was a visitor In Mnnkato with friends over Thanksgiving. Mrs. Anna Dau of Whlttemore visited at the home of her son, Wm. C. Dau and family, Thanksgiving day. Donald Erickson, who was operated upon at the Kossuth hospital, returned hom e Tuesday of this week. Mrs. George Holtzbauer returned on Tuesday evening from Nashua where she had spent the past ten days with her sister. F. G. Holm of Boone came here for the pheasant hunting during the open season and visited his sister, Mrs. Del Mahan. H. D. clapsaddle was able to return to work Monday after being confined at hornte for ten days with a severe attack of the quinsy. Esther Dearchs, member of the Lu- Vtrne faculty, spent the Thanksgiving vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dearchs. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal and family visited Mrs. Deal's sister, Mrs. Raymond Loveall and family at Graettln- ger Thanksgiving day. Margaret Blossom left Sunday for Cedar Falls where she will attend Iowa State Teachers College to continue her study for a B. A. degree. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Kruse and several relatives from Swea City visited from Thursday until Saturday with tlKlr son, in O'Neill, Nebraska. Mrs. Jennie Dye returned to (her home in Minneapolis Friday after visiting a few days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Edythe L. Dailey. Mrs. E. J. Rawson returned Friday to Ames to stay with her daughter, Esther, after having spent a few days in Algona on business matters. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Murtagh and Jas. McDonald were dinner guests at the H. O. Buell home in surt Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Georg-3 Elbert and •ihe latter's sister, Bernadine Barnes, visited the ladies' parertte, Dr. and Mrs. Barnes In Rolfe, over the week end. Dr. F. C. Scanlan left Sunday afternoon for Rochester, Minnesota, with a patient who was to enter the Mayo clinic. He was expected back Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt R. Walker and three children of Ottumwa visited the former's mother, Mrs. Charles Walker, and other relatives here Thanksgiving day. Pauline March returned Sunday to lesume her studies at the Hamilton Business college after visiting her mother, Mrs. L. C. Hanson, during the vacation. DonaJd Hughes of Emmetsburg is the new ckrk at the Council Oak store. He takes the place of Roy Ptckens, who moved to Hartley to manage the Council Oak store there. Roland White of Iowa Falls, returned to his home Monday morning after spending the time since Wednesday evening at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McWhorter. Rose Ludwig, who has been suffering with, a heart attack, for the past five weeks is showing Improvement at this time. She Is being cared for ty Miss Myrtle- Turnbaugh at the letter's home. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Gcdden and their children, Ruth and Billy of Emmetsburg, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Godden and children Thanksgiving day. The two men are brothers. Ruth visited her cousins until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. Pierce WKmer, the former's mother, Mrs. Witmer, Sr., and Mr. Glinilan, all of Des Moines, returned to their homes lo-st Thursday evening after a few days' visit with tlr. younger Mrs. Winner's \V. Lusby. H. W. Miller spent Thanksgiving at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Miller at Minnesota Lake. He wa.s accompanied home by his brother, A baby girl was born Sunday evening to Mr. and Mrs. John S. Thompson. Mr. Thompson is a mail clerk. Joyc-? Christensen and Mary Catherine Hum spent their Thanksgiving vacation in Ames at the Galloway and Cliff homes. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Vanderwerf «re the parents of a baby daughter born Monday night. Mother and baby are getting along nicely. Phyllis Parsons, stenographer In the Sullivan, McMahon and Linnan office, suffered an attack of lumbago Thursday and Friday of last week. John Frank! expected to return on Wednesday morning of this week from Chicago where he had gone Sunday evening after shipping some cattle. S. E. McMahon was able to come down town Tuesday to his office for a while after being confined to his home for about a month with heart trouble. Mrs. A. Uhlendorf of Chicago arrived here Saturday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Dennis Goeders. Mrs. Uhlendorf will visit here until after the first of the year. Miss Katharine Krause of Spencer visited over the week end with Miss Eleanor Jean Edge, at the Dr. J. H. Edge residence. She returned to Spencer Tu-tsday morning. C. F. Erickson of Minneapolis can:'? Tuesday for a visit with his brother, O. W. Erickson. Mrs. C. F. Erickson hns been a guest at the Erickson home here for several weeks. Rev. W. G. Muhleman spent Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week in Omaha, where he attended a meeting of the district superintend- •tnts of Iowa and Nebraska. Glair Blossom come home Saturday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blossom. Clalr has been working with the Iowa State Highway Oomtnisslon for several months. Claude and Howard Seeley, Floyd Reibhoff and Wm. Dodds left Monday for Chicago to attend the International livestock show which Is In session from the 1st to the 8th of th'.s month. Betty Backus spent Thanksgiving day with her mother, Mrs. Sid J. Backus and sister, Eleanor, in Des Moines. Eleanor accompanied her back Friday morning and visited here until Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre and family drove to Vlnton and Waterloo to spend Thanksgiving day with relatives. They were unable to return, though, until Sunday because of the heavy and deep snow. C. B. Murtagh drove here from Des Moines Thursday afternoon intending to spend the week, end here attending to business matters. Saturday, however, he was called back to Des Moines by Governor Herring. Terrv Cullen. son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cullen of Mason City, came here Wednesday at the home of his grandfather, A. Strelt, and Is visiting there and with other relatives here. He also visited relatives in Whltte- more. I Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Laing drove to Rochester, Minnesota, a few days ago and Mrs. Laing entered the Mayo clinic for examination. Wednesday afternoon she underwent an operation and Mr. Laing was expected back Thursday (today). Mrs. George Peck and eon and daughter, Ray and Ora Jones, returned Saturday after visiting since Tuesday evening with the former's sons, Kenneth and family In Hartford, Wisconsin, and Evan and BUI In Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Norman Walker and Helen Goeders drove to Fort Dodge where they met the former's brother, Harold and Harold Pnrsley. both seniors at Iowa State College, and from there the party continued to Stxlix, Iowa, to spend Thanksgiving at the parental Walker home. Orn Jcnes, clerk on the first floor of >' visit with Christensen Bros, store, had the miss father, E. fortune to slip on a step while de'cend- Mrs. John Self, who was ill, suffering from the flu, is improving nicely. The Ed and Glen Oollinson families of Clear Lake were guests Thursday at the A. M. Cclllnson home. Mrs. Susie Engler returned the fore part of last week to her home at Spirit Lake after a few days Ivcre. Mrs. L. B. Potter went Thursday night to Charles City to visit her daughter, Mrs. Alta Stiles and sons. Mr. anB Mrs. Theo. Goeders and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Jones were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell in Swea City. Paul Hutching, member of the faculty at Gilmore City, spent the Thanksgiving vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchlns. Mrs. Ray Barton returned last week after a month's visit with her daughter and other relatives at points In the southern part of the state. .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilde and their daughter. Donna Jean of Toledo, Iowa, were guests from Wednesday until Friday at the W. A. Dutton home. The two ladles are sisters. Dr. Clyde Ohitty of Correctionvllle came Sunday and Mrs. Kazlah Bradley accompanied him home and will again mak-j her home this winter with her daughter, Mrs. Chitty and family. Mrs. Mae Harris of Sexton moved Into Mrs. Kaelah Bradley's house on College street Tuesday of last week. A daughter. Mary, who has been with Mrs. A. D. Richards, will live with h-:r mother. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy visited Monday evening ) n Whittcmore with friends. Thanksgiving day, dinner guests at their home were: Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy, Sr.. and Alice, Frances and Hugh, aJl of Whittemore. Mrs. J. F. Cook returned home on Tuesday night, having gone In September to assist in caring for her mother and .to visit her brother and sister at Chester, Montana. She also visited relatives at Draper and Vivian, South Dakota. Emmetsburg Man Succeeds McEvoy Lawrence D. Brcnnan, Palo Alto county corn-hog chairman, has been nam~ ed as twelfth district deputy of the Knights of Columbus left vacant by the late E. J. McEvov of Algona, who died last week, shortly after being reelected clerk of courts. Brennan will have charge of the chapters at Algona, Estherville, Emmetsburg and Mason City, the same as did Mr. McEvoy. The position Is considered on e of distinction in this great Catholic order. Junior Class Gave Play at High School The junior class presented its play, "Skidding." last week Monday evening at the- high school. The play was directed by Mrs. D. H. Goeders, who was nssisted by members of the faculty. The play was a light comedy, well produced, with Mrs. Goeders' customary attention to finishing details. Parts were carefully delineated by the cast which was composed of Theodora Larson. Letha Walberg. Betty Gunn, Bernice Dodds. Audrey Rucker. Bob Post. Wayne Moore. Clark Redfleld, Watson March, and John, Christensen. Between acts there was a specialty tap dance by Helen Frankl and Eva Shackelford, and a short skit by a group of boys. Dennis Meyers Week in New York Dennis Myers, well known Algona man, and line football coach at Yale University, and Mary Phlllipa Jeffreys, were married Thursday, November 27th in St. Patrick's Cathedral at New York CKy. The couple will make their home in New Haven, Connecticut. Announcements wen- received here by several Alpro'.iiaas. Mary PhiUl.rm is the dauah- ter of Mrs. Wm. Jeffreys of Ironton, Ohio, and Dennis is the son of Mr and Mrs. Wov Myers of Algona. While attending high school here. Dennis made a great showing In football and was a member cf the football team which won the state championship in 1926. He attended the University of Iowa and was a star athlete there. This year he took a position as line coarli at Yale and was assured of (his position for th-c- next three years if Yale won four games. They won four games and over and also beat Harvard, a feat which hadn't been accomplished for several years. His salary amounts to $6,000. and the many beautiful bouquets of flowers sent for the occasion. All the children but Cn-f were with her for (he day, as follows: Mrs. Wm. C. Richmond of Stanley; W. T. Fish of Whlttemore; Mrs. Sylvia Lnnnlng of Algona; Mrs. Walter G. Smith of Swea City; and Mrs. Jfarry McChane of Bvivt; another daughter, Mrs. E. K. Junkins of Kennedy. 111., was unable to be present. Two nle-Ks, Misses Alma and Ad« Fleming, came from Chicago to spend the anniversary with their aunt. Mrs. Fish has been a resident of the county since 1868, coming from New York Mate with her husband, the late C. o. Fl«h. to a homestead In Sene- cft township. She is one of Koasufch's early-day teachers, having received her Iowa ceruiicate In In68.. previously having taught in Chicago. Mrs. Lucy Fish Observed 90th Birthday, Nov. 24 On Saturday, Nov. 24th, occurred the 90th birthday of a long-time resident of Kossuth county, Mrs. Lucy M. Fish of Algona. The any was celebrated quietly, with a family dinner at noon and calls from friends and neighbors In the afternoon. Mrs. Fish especially enjoyed the scores of greetings and birthday messages, which were received from old friends and relatives on both coasts, Brings Back Deer From Canadian Hunt J. D. Lowe, of the Harrington & Lowe law firm, returned the first of last week from a hunting trip into Canada which he made In company with J. C. Koppen of Buffalo Center. The men hoprd to get a moose, but did not see any males and It Is against the law to shoot females. However, each one returned with a deer. The men were hunting northeast of Wester Falls, Ontario, which Is In the Lnke of tiie Woods region. They traveled by car as far as the roads went find packed their belongings UK remainder of the distance. They camped in an old hunting shack which WHS magnificently equipped with an old stove and a pair of springs . c et up on -•'lumps and wired to the wall to hold them in place. Next time the men plan to take more than one blanket apiece, not so much for warmth as for padding on the springs. PLUM CREEK NEWS The Albert Mrtzeer farnllv drove to OauroU. Iowa, Thursday and visited relatives until Suiidiv. Claire Hansen was ill nnd absent from his studies at the Algona high .school for several davs. Mr. nnrj Mrr James Dnvlclsovi and family suent Thankselvinz da-' at Uic Kd Johnson honir ncir Aleor.a. MJ. and Mrs. Elmer Jasucrson and fnmilv werp visitors at. the Orlo Ball hcme In Clear Lake Thankseivlne dav. Louis Ball, who has been a visitor at the Elmer Jaspcrson home lor some time has returned to his home «t CKar Lake. Jeanne Altwree- who has been em- plovrrl at Elknrfer. Iowa, thff nnst rtx months is vlsKlntr nt the horn? ot her nartnts. the Wm. Altwftres for a short time. Miss Mnrv Glsch who teaches schcol in District No. 2 and Genevieve Alt- wees, who teaches district No. 5. re- centlv held successful socials and 0ro- itrams In their respective districts. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Plckard enter- •:alned the following persons at dinner Thankseivlnsf dav. Mrs. C. C. Robinson, the L. R. Robinson famllv. H. D Robinson nnd son, Walter and thn Wm. Altweirir famllv. BENEDICT NEWS | ? Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kunkel are the parents of a baby girl born Sunday morning. Miss Rose Kutschara of near Sexton spent the week end •'with Mfr. and Mrs. Glenn Francis. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Ludwig and fatally spent Sunday with her parents, the Henry Lichters at Algona. Mrs. Mary Simons, daughter, Mel- vlna and son, Ralph spent Sunday afternoon nt the George Grein home. Mrs. Mary Simons, daughter Melvina and son. Ralph, were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Math Borman home. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rahm, and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Raskopf were Thanks- glvins dinner guests at the N. H. Raskopf home. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Downs and their daughter, Marcia Ann and Mrs. N. H. Raskopf and Mrs. Henry Seller w«re shoppers at Algona Monday afternoon. Miss Irene Fasbender of Des Moines spent from Thanksgiving day until Sunday with her mother and sisters. Mrs. Mary Fasbender, Agatha and Bertha. Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer and daughter. Pntsy and Mrs. Jcsephlne Ro.senmeyer and Aug. Huschka werei Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mrs. Anna Huschka. llev. A. J. Arndcrfer of Charter Oak spent last week end with relatives here and on Wednesday evening he gave a, movie nt the school hall wihich wa« well attended and enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Amdorfer were host and hostess to a Thanksgiving dinner at their home. Those present wtre Rev. A. J. Arndorfcr of Charter Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Plckcns and and daughter, Mary Estelle and Betty Arn- dorfcr all of Hartley, Dean and Lenora Arndorfer cf Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Carroll and daughter of near LuVerne. Ing the stairs In the store Monday morning. Her left arm was broken In the fall and she will be forced to carry it in a sling for the next three weeks. Myron, and the two spent the week Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Raney, Mrs. Ann end in Chicago attending the Interns-1 Zktrltsch and daughter. Frances Ann. tlonal Live Stock chow. Students from Iowa State TeaclKrs College of Cedar Falls who were home for the Thanksgiving vacation were: Madonna Quinn, Margaret Vlgars, Leona Smith, Ella Zuniach, Evelyn Smith, Woodrow Sarchett. Rdberta Skilllng', Lloyd Pratt and Mary Black. Mr. and Mrs. B. Buchanan of Toledo, Iowa, returned to their home en Sunday afkr spending last week at Hie home of their son, G. S. Buchanan Mrs. G. S. Buchanan's sister, Mrs. N. P. Hoover and husband and daughter, Helen of Mason City, were Thanksgiving day guests at the Buchanan home. Earl Walker of Jewell, Iowa, has been appointed as the new Northwe.st- irn depot telegraph operator. He takes U:e place of Wm. Allen, who has be^n transferred to th e Irvington station. The change was made Thanksgiving day. Neither of the men have moved their families to their respective working towns. Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Laird and their daughter, Linda, of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Clair Laird of Des Moines, Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Laird of Sioux Falls. South Dakota, visited Wednesday and Thursday o« last week with Mrs. Ella Laird. The latter couple !.o visited at the home of Mrs. J. J. Cosgrove, who is Mrs. Laird's mother. Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Coffin, broke the bone near her ankle in her right leg Friday aftet- 110011 while skiing with a companion Uie Chubb hills. Elizabeth, 112 years old, will not be ubk- to return to school until after the holidays. Bertha Kuchenreuther returned from Des Moines Sunday and resumed her dutKs as nurse in Dr. P. V. Janses cilice Tuesday. Bertha has been In Des Moines several weeks. She was a patient in a hospital there for nine days and visited at the R. W. Meford homtr afterwards. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Greenwood of w«re Thanksgiving gue:ts in Klngsley at the home of their son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Raney. The latter couple accompanied their parents home to Algona and visited here until Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Edward Genrich and her two sisters, Ruth and Arlenei spent the last week end with their grandmother, Mrs. W. H. Jennings at Boone. Ruth is a teacher In Ledyard and Arlene has a position at the Druggists Mutual Insurance office. She makes her home with the Genriches. Mrs. George Free and daughter, Suare expected back next Sunday from Pasadena, California, where they have visited her mother. Mrs. George Falrie, since the first of October. Geo. who recently resigned his position at James drug store to take a position in his uncle's drug store at Fort Dodge, is now working at Jamfs again. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Thompson an1 daughter, Mrs. B. Merron and her two daughters, Donnabelle and B:tty, parents and bisters of Mrs. Ralph Miller, and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lorenz, the lat- Sidney, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Long and e Sopped hitting his foot, injuring a toe »n of Council Blufls, Mr and Mrs. and bruialiiK th e foot badly. H,: has Bruce _Pocht and baby of Des Molne, and bruising the foot badly been confined to his howc the pa±t two weeks and it will be a couple more before lie will be able Co get around. Elsie Hehnke who Is employed at the N. C. Rice home and also ar. the Call Theatre, Is again back at her duties after a ten weeks' vacation, title underwent an operation and was in St. Marys hospital, Hoch-.sler, ioi' four weeks. After that &ue returned to her home in WhlUcmor.. Elsie's Biitny friends here missed l:tr during her absence and are glad that she i* back spent Thanksgiving day at the L. W. Fox home. Dr. F. W. Cairy of Sioux City was a guest at tr»»s home during '.lie pheasant season. Mr. and Mis. Joe Harig and child- 1^11 and Mrs. Hailg's siiter, Ruth McMahon, drove to Fort Dodge Sunday. From there Ruth went on to Galva where she Uuciiei. At Fort Dodge, the Harigs met another sialer cf Mrs Haiig, Mrs. Richard SchuiiU. of Storm Lake who accompanied them herv for •A few days' visit, with her parents, Mr. and Mw. S. E. McMahon. ter a iitfter of Mr. Miller, were guests Thanksgiving day at th e Miller home. All the visitors were from Bstherville. Donnabelle remained for a lontrer vio- it, returning to her home Sunday. Mrs. M. J. Quinn and daughter. Madonna of Iowa Falls where Madonna is a student at the Iowa Slate Teachers College, visited here at the Joel H^rbsC home during Thank-sgiv- j ing vacation. They returned M:nday morning. Mrs. Herbst is a daughter of Mrs. Quinn. Other guests at the Herb.t home over Thanksgiving were Mrs. fierbsts brother. Bud, from Woodstock, Mian., who visited until Sunday evening, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Christensen and son, Bobby of Grat-: linger. Mrs. Cliristensen is the former Zita Quinn. Mrs. Frank Shilts enjoyed a visit over Thanksgiving day from her daughter. Mrs. Merwin Foote and husband of Hastings, Nebraska. Mr. shuts' two sons, John and Melvin, of Mason City. were h:me for Thanksgiving day and Mrs. Shilts and Mr. and Mrs. Foote took them back Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Foote returned to their home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Du'ton recenc- ly received word that the former's sister. Mrs. A. E. DitswoKh, the former Nanny Dutton. now cf Luc dale. M'S- tippl, hud passed away November -i after a year of very poor health. She is survived by her husband and Uirfci .sons. Mrs. Ditsworth was reared in und around Algona and left with he/ iiiiiband for Lucedale about 21 year- ano. Th Duttoris recen'ly returned from a trip duruig which they her. Department Stores Here's a Special Rayon Undergarments Bloomers, Briefs, Band Panties and Vests 39c Take advantage of this special sroup—at this price. Lay in a supply of thev* undergarments for gifts and yourself as well. They're worth more than the price Indicates. 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