MRS. M'DONALD RITES AT BURT LAST THURSDAY Grandsons Adfc As iPaU Bearers; Was 79 Tears of Age ,, Burt = Funeral services for Mrs Mary McDonald, 79, who died at her home here Monday morning from heart trouble were held on Thursday afternoon at the Presby- Mt £ ?u u !£ h> the Rev " °- B - M!tch «", Methodist minister, conducting the service. Burial was in the Burt cemetery. Her five grandsons and a grand nephew acted as pall bear- ^ips. ^Mary Alice Oodden was bom near 1 April 14,1867. When nine age she came with her .. _ D tnis county and settled on the Golden farm south of Burt I to tnn, farm !n Portland township until 1904, when they where 8he has «'nce the fo1 '* « Urv « ed by her wh«« n -, Mre - Maude Hanna, with whom she made her home; J. O. Donald, Mrs. Bertha Elvidge, all of An£. and , ?** Mabel Ne'son' Ames, a sister, Mrs. Eliza Stow Burt, and two brothers, James Ood- &. * 0n ^,, and Oeor * e Godden, Madison, Wisconsin, and nine grandchildren, also survive Mrs. Helen Huntley, Clarion, Is a guest of her cousin, Mrs E H Staley. • ' Mrs. V. T. Martinson and daughter, Lois, spent last week with Mrs. Martinson's mother at Forest H. Goodhart, West Bend, spent Friday and Saturday of last week with Arthur Mitchell a college chum. Helen Lorene Beresford, Vlnton, is spending a few days with her grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson. Mrs. Ella MacArthur, Wilton Junction, came last week Tuesday, called here by the death of Dr. W T. Peters. and Mrs. H. Williams, Mas- J, Ohio, came a week ago Sunday for a two weeks' visit at the home of their cousin, Tom Trenary. Mrs. Bertha Wallace returned last week Monday from Clear Lake where she had spent a week with relatives. She also spent a week at Mason City. .» M ?f' f* U ? s P err y and son, Carrei, Carlos, Minn., came a week ago Friday for a visit with her brothers and sisters here. She was former- y Leila Smith. A daughter was born Tuesday «£ ^ Au * *• to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn ftlke of East Chain, Minn., at the home of Mrs. Rike's mother Mrs. Augusta Beltz. The L. H. Schencks took Mr. Schenck's mother, Mrs. Sadie Jchenck, who has been visiting "ere, to her home In Minneapolis iturday. They spent the week id there. Kossuth lodge No. 540 A. F. and i fcTm^ observe Past patrons' ight Thursday evening, August 13. \ dinner will be served by the East- rn Star ladles before the meeting. There will be initiation. rs. c. B. Mitchell and her sls- Mrs. MacChesney of Evanston, H., who Is visiting here, and her Ehe Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, August 11.1936 Coming to The Call Theatre 12-13-M a " d Warren Wlllla m '" "Satan Met A Lady" - Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, Aug. We've Just Unpacked These Chic New Strlesli... BROWN BLACK NAVY HUNTER'S GREEN SMOKE GREY daughter, Mrs. W. A. Schram, Tl tonka, spent last Thursday anc. Friday with relatives at Storm Lake and Alta. Mrs. E. Marie Johnson, Los Ang eles, California, and Wallace And erson, Harcourt, came Wednesday Mrs. Johnson will visit severa weeks with her nieces, Mrs. R. S John and Esther Olson. On Thurs day the group visited Niagara Cav< near Decorah. Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Marty, Spring Valley, 111., visited from Thursday to Friday at the A. H. Melnzer home. Friday, they left accompanied by Mrs. Melnzer for a week's visit with relatives near Dickinson North Dakota. Dr. Marty is Mrs, Melnzer's brother. Plum Creek News Leo Miller shelled corn at the Jewell Larson farm Thursday. The Elmer Jasperson family has ranted a farm near Bancroft and will move there March 1. John Altwegg and daughters, Bernice and Zada spent last Sunday at the Wm. Altwegg home. Mr. and Mrs. George Schlck and son, John, spent last week visiting friends in and near Owatonna. Minn. Dr. Louise Munch, Frank Munch and little Thelma Albright spent last week at the Norman Mayne home in Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Samson and sons, Dickie and Paul, left on Friday for Wisconsin, where they will visit Mrs. Samson's relatives. The Roscoe Mawdsley family drove to Corwlth vicinity Sunday to spend the day with the Dan Schulu family. The two ladies are slaters. * Guaranteed by Oeed Meuiekeeplng a* advertised therein ...we're "up in the air" with excitement about their beauty and originality!... and one glance at these stunning styles will tell you why! Come in and try them on! Kresen sky's --—- o—» iwMiiijr visited Albright's parents, the Elmer Gross family at Rockford, last Sun- im, f MU " IUttle Qro »" "turned with them and will spend several weeks here with her sister. New Member Joins Seneca Mixers Portland Twp. News of Week Portland: Ralph Bristow came home recently from Seattle, Washington, where he has been visiting relatives since December. A boyfriend, Ellis Teas, Pasadena, California, accompanied him home. He went on to Des Moines Sunday to visit relatives. The John Koestlers are driving a new Nash sedan. Mrs. Orie Peterson and children have the chicken pox. The Ivan Long family visited the Chris Longs last Sunday. Lawrence Bell, Algona, spent a week at the Albert Baas home. Mrs. R. S. McWhorter and her daughters called on Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Friday afternoon. Mrs. R. S. McWhorter and daugh- ers were Wednesday dinner guests at the Bert McCorkle home. Delma Baker, Mason City, spent a few days last week with her JACOB HANIG OF WESLEY PASSES Was 38 Years of Age; Ser vices Held Last Saturday Wesley: Jacob Hanig died suddenly last week Wednesday night at his home in Wesley. He had made a trip that day to visit a doctor at Britt, a friend driving his car for him. Funeral services were held at St. Joseph's church at nine o'clock Saturday morning, conducted by the Hev. A. J. Wagener, and burial was made in St. Joseph's cemetery. Mr. Hanig was 38 years of age. 'e was married in 1920 to Clara Steffen, Ackley. Mrs. Hanig died n July, 1926, leaving a daughter only six weeks old. Mr. Hanig farmed near Wesley until the death of his wife. He hen moved to town, and he and his mother, Mrs. Paulina Hanig, made their home together. The children all survive: Evelyn, *avon, Maxine and Bernadine. Mr. lanlg also leaves two brothers, George and Leo, Wiesley; and three sisters. Sister Mary Luke, Dubuque, and Katy and Lulu, who are married and live in the southern part of the state. His mother, Mrs. Paulina Hanig, survives. She has cared for the children since their mother's death. Ml5ter hi TO . ° f Mr8 ' OIe dahl Wednesday afternoon. Mra Peterson waa voted In aa a new T£I ^i"' Jens Pete "«n and irvin Classen won prizes for the contests of the afternoon. Mrs. Cecil Bailey and daughter, Lavonne were club guests. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Marinus Nelson. Here at last—Terms you have never seen before. 11.00 Down «V°° £" Weeh buys'a CORO^ ADO Electric Ironer. Many women pay more than this to have their IT n V? n , e - Sale P ric8 on Electric Refrigerators. As low aa 174.60,-JGambl, Stores. f 2 ff.1 ] I A POSITIVE CLEANUP On Our Entire Stock of LAMPS Both table and floor models, every lamp in stock, going while- they last at just Y 2 Price Not a lamp in stock reserved. This is an opportunity to buy tlie lamp you have needed at a real bargain price. RICHARDSON'S FURNITURE COMPANY '•Where Furniture Sells For Less" aunt, Mrs. Clarence Crouch. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl, Lorena, Lavina, and Bobby were at Clear Lake a week ago Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Diebler and daughter, Lois, Kanawha, vis- ted the G. U. Fairbanks home on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert McCorkle and lay McCorkle were business callers Thursday morning at the R. S. McWhorter home. Mrs. S. M. Peterson, daughter, Erna, Nancy and Caula Leland vis- :ed the John Schneiders, Bancroft, "uesday afternoon. Mrs. Harvey Goodell and two hildren, Leonard and Harlan, of St. Peter, Minn., visited the Wayne Keiths three days last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rassmussen •ent to Des Moines last Sunday to ttend the wedding of the former's later, Miss Stella Rassmussen. • Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jandl, Fair- anks, Minn., visited the Tony andl's last Sunday afternoon. Leo andl is a nephew of Tony Jandl. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brown and daughter, Margaret, Algona, and the John Brown family, Britt, visited Thursday at the Wayne Keith home. Martin Becker suffered from dizziness while mowing hay Friday afternoon and had to be taken to the doctor that evening for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brayton, the Herman Coks, Kenneth and Clifford Carlson and Avery and Mrs. Fitch were Tuesday afternoon call- era at Algona. Leland F. Leland and family, Minneapolis, spent the week end with the S. M. Peterson's. Their daughters, Nancy and Caula, remained for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Clarke, Oes i Motnes, newlyweds, visited the latter's sister, Mrs. Garnie Hood, a I week ago Sunday. Mrs. Clarke was Eula Collicott before her marriage. Loretta Larson and Mrs. W. J. Stewart went to Sibley last week Tuesday to visit the latter's sister, Mrs. Cylde Guerpin. Miss Larson went on to George, Iowa, where she formerly taught. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rainier and children, Ilia and Dwight, Milwaukee, and Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Owen, Algona, called on the Will Grovers last Sunday afternoon. They also called at the E. O. Mann home. The LeRoy Kleinpeter family came home last Thursday, following a short visit at Minneapolis. The Alfred Erdman family spent Sunday at Llvermore, with the family of Mrs. Erdman's brother. Frank Conley. The Legion Auxiliary held a meeting at Mrs. Kate Kennedy's last Thursday evening. The hostess served lunch. Mrs. Olivia Benner and her son Delmar, visited Sunday and Monday with their daughter and sister, Mrs. George Spungler, Everly. The Rev. O. Johnson, Britt and Wesley pastor, and his family returned Friday, following a vacation spent at Williams Bay and Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley drove to Des Moines last Thursday, to take back their daughter, Ethel who is employed there at Bishop's cafeteria. Donald, little son of Mr. and Mrs. George Hanig, has returned from Kossuth hospital, Algona, where he was operated upon for hernia two weeks ago. Mrs. Peter Skow, who was taken seriously ill a week ago, is now able to be up. She is the mother of Jorgen Skow and the Mesdames Ole Flom and Marlon Paulson. Dorothy, six-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Flehler, Is making a two weeks' visit with relatives at Grafton. Mr. Flehler is employed at the Wesley Farmers' creamery. Mrs. Mumma, wife of Lieut. Albert J. Mumma, waa expected on Friday, to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley. Carmen was to come here from Iowa City, having visited her brother, Dr. Alaon Braley, there. All but one of the ten grandchildren of Mr. and Mra. E. Goodnow vialted them Sunday accompanied by the parents. The families were thoae of Earl Goodnow, Mason City; Mra. Herman Ostercamp, Wesley; and Mrs. Hubert D. Grain, St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. H. D. Grain, St. Louis, accompanied by her little daughter, Jean, has visited three weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Goodnow, and relatives here and at Mason City. Mr. Grain, who travels for the Dow Chemical company, having headquarters at Midland, Michigan, was unable to come this year. Mra. Grain will start for Des Moines Saturday noon, and will go thence home. Caught In Pump Jack, But Unhurt Seneca: Merlin Dotson, son 01 Mr. und Mrs. Clem Dotson, met with what might have been a. very serious accident when he got his leg in the pump jack. A large gash was cut in his leg which required three stitches and three clumps close. Ruby Puulsen was employed at the Sheldon Merrill home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and sons spei.t Thursday evening at the A. T. Paulsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hawbaker und sons of Marathon called at the Hurley Hoeck home Thursday. Bobby and Joan Anderson are spending several weeks at the Mervin Murphy home in Fairmont. Kaymond Elmers accompanied Jiis grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. August Meyers of Fenton to Cedar Kupids and Charles, where they are visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Christensen of Swea City, Mrs. Leo Lampe and daughter of Bancroft and Mrs. O. R. Jejigen spent Wednesday at the K. E. Jensen home. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Campbell and children, Patricia, Billy, Mary Sue and Douglas left Friday morning, Aug. 7, for Decatur. 111., where they will visit Mr. Campbell's parents, Mr. und Mrs. W. B. Ctunpbell 'iml with other relatives and friends in Beasou, Virden and Cuba, III. rlKt has less chance on the CONCRETE FARM "OAR out from the nearest •*• fire department . . . what will happen if fire breaks out in your home or barn? The best answer is to build with concrete. For concrete can't burn. It resists fire;retarda it and keeps it from spreading. Protects your family. Saves from destruction the valuable herd and equipment on which your livelihood depends. Concrete farm homes and buildings are attractive and comfortable, economical to build and to own. You can do much of the construction yourself. Or ask your cement dealer to recommend a good concrete contractor. Check lut »od p<ute aa • potul for helpful literature. POBTUND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 408 Hubbcll Bldg., Dei Mome>, Iowa Homo D Concrete Baru O.*iKpu»e» D Feeding Floor. DOrao- •riw.n Poultry Howes O Storage Cell D MOlt Home, a Concrete M*Vin|. 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