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The Algona Upper Des Moines. Algona. Iowa, April 8,1937 QUOTES —^q^{yi]J—MJU-JU-U - r*rm Lwdwlff-Enochson— A very pretty wedding was sol emnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Myron E. Ludwig Sunday afternoon at 4:30 when Helen Cecelia Enochson, youngest daughter of Mrs. R. E. Enochson of Ottosen became the bride of Herman Willlam Ludwig, son of Mrs. John Ludwig;, West Bend. The couple were attended by Marie Dunn and Arnold Wilderman of West Bend. Rev. English offic- Iciated at the single ring ceremony. Rev. Hupser played a violin solo, "Melody in F" by Rubenstetn as the bridal party descended the stairs. During the ceremony he played the "Melody df Love." The bride Was attired in a gown of haze grey with navy blue ac- cesories. Her bridesmaid wore navy bhle with steel grey accessories. The bride carried a large bouquet of pink snap dragons and the bridesmaid's shoulder corsage was of the same flowers. A wedding supper was served after the ceremony. following which the bridal party left for Fort Dodge. The bride attended the schools of Ottosen. The groom is a graduate of the West Bend high school. They will be at home In West Bend, where he is employed by M. and 3. R. Rakes. The couple have a host of friends who wish them much success and happiness during their wedded life. flower Club— At a meeting of the Kossuth county Flower club at the library clublboms, Monday night, plans werf formulated for a spring flower mow and plant sale, to which no definite date has been set. Mrs. Hairy Bode, president of the county organization has appointed obalrmen of various committees. *trs. H. E. Woodward of Whitte- rtore and W. W. GIHespte. chair- van, are on the committee for schedules, H. N. Kruse, committee /on finance, Mrs. Wesley Dutton, /registration chairman, Mrs. Agnes / Seeley, chairman for the prize / committee, Glen Raney, publicity / chairman, and Mrs. Tom Holmes to find a location for the show, next meeting will be May 10. The GOLD FISH We have a large Aquarium well stocked with fish. Common Gold Fish each Fantails, Shubunki Black Moors and 1A Chinese Telescopes "' Water Plants, IA- per bunch **'*' Colored IA- Shells _. 1VC Sea Shells IA- ftv —.—_..,.„ Castles each Wafer Fish C_/ Food at "V Fish Bowls ; 19c, 39c, 79c, 89c We Give Green Stamp* BEN FRANKLIN BUTLER, Owneil 10c-15c Congregational Meeting:— The annual congregational meeting of the Presbyterian church \va? held at the church, Monday evening, with 100 persons attending A buffet supper was served. Fol- given from the various orgBCt Y lowing the dinner reports were given i;' the various organizations An election of officers was helc with J. H. Hoppe and Homer Young being elected as new elders, ant E. R. Mawdsley and L. F. Rice, two new trustees. E. D. Sheehan. Dennis Pratt, and Frank Geigel were reelected as elders. Homer Young was elected as Sunday School superintendent succeeding Frank Geigel. Ed Sheehan was also reelected treasurer of the church and R. S. Blossom, secretary of the church and benevolence treasurer Joe Richer was reelected head usher. Ladies* Aid— The Concordia Ladies' Aid of the Trinity Lutheran church held its monthly meeting last week Thursday. About 40 ladies were present. Mrs. Chris Heise and Mrs. H. Ewoldt were taken In as new members. The Aid has now on active membership of 38. A lively interest is shown by all members in the work of the society. Mrs. W. Dau and Mrs. E. Dreesman served a delicious lunch and the entertainment committee had charge of the program. HI-Lo— Mrs. W. D. Howie will entertain the members of the Hi-Lo bridge club at her home in Emmetsburg Thursday evening. Algona ladies to attend are Mrs. Joe Harig. Mrs. A. J. Schnepf, Mrs. John Frank!, Mrs. Harry Hargreaves, Mrs. Lloyd Welelndorf, Mrs. Russell Cook, Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew, Mrs. Fred Bartholomew, and Mrs. W. P. Hemphlll. Wedding Performed— The marfage of Vernon Jeffries of Wlnnebago, Minn., and Miss Viola Halverson of Delaven, Minn., took place in the Trinity Lutheran parsonage Tuesday noon. Mrs. P. J. Braner and J. C. Heath were in attendance. The Rev. P. J. Braner officiated. The young couple will make their home at Winnebago, Minn. H'atonye Club— The Watanye club members met for a 6:30 dinner in the Blue Room at the Hotel Algona, Tuesday evening. Mrs. C. Paul Carlson was the guest speaker, who spoke on her trip to Europe. Child Study Club— The Child Study club will meet with Mrs. Burdette Agard Tuesday, April 13. Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon will assist. M/WWWVWWWWWWVVt Annual Alumni Dance Academy Hall, Whittemore Tiny Little and his Orchestra Monday April 12 Everybody Welcome >^<x«wo#otf0ffoac>w^jx*^^ D. A. R. to The D. A. R. members will meet Tuesday afternoon, April 13. at the home of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson for a luncheon at noon. Hostesses are Mrs. Al Falkenhainer, Mrs. C. B. Murtngh. Mrs. Murl .Grlggs and Mrs. Theo Herbst. This will be the regular monthly meeting. Birthday Party- Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., entertained at two tables Of bridge, Monday evening, the. occasion being her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynk received the high score family prize, and the second high family prize went Lloyd Muckey. to Mr. and Mrs. Lodge— The members of the Rcbckah lodge will meet at he hall Tuesday evening nt a 8:30 covered dish supper. The meeting Is for the children and grandchildren of the Rebekah members. Each member is to bring a covered dish and sandwiches. Dessert Club— The Dessert bridge club met at the home of Mrs. Louis Lynk Friday afternoon. There were eight ladies present. Mrs. George Conklin won the high score prize, and Mrs. Russell Cook a guest of the club, received the guest prize. Dinner-Bridge— Mrs. Russell Waller entertained the eight members of her bridge club at her home at a 7:00 dinner, Tuesday evening. Following dinner, bridge was played. Mrs. E. V. Pierce won the first prize. Woman's Club— The Algona Woman's Club will meet Friday. April 9 at the 11 brary club room. The topic will be "The American Home and Its OSCAR PEARSON OF BANCROFT DIES SUNDAY AT AGE OF 84 Dora Montag of West Bend Weds West Bend: A very pretty wedding occurred Tuesday morning al St. Peter and Paul's church, at 10 o'clock, when Miss Dora Montag and Bennie Allen were united in marriage. Rev. Bernard Montag, a brother of the bride, from Templeton, Iowa, performed the ceremony, The bride, who was dressed In a white satin gown, was attended by her sister, Mary, who was attired in gold taffeta. The groom was attended by his cousin. The happy couple will reside in West Bend They gave a wedding dance to their friends at the Legion Hall, Tuesday evening. The bride Is the fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs Henry Montag and has lived here all her life. The groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Allen and came to West Bend with his parents two years ago. Relation to Conservation." speaker will be J. D. Lowe. The TheMan About Town Soya Theo. Herbst received an emergency message from home Monday night while directing the band at Its weekly rehearsal. The Herbst boys were locked in the bathroom and the maid had gone out taking the key with her. • » • Lorraine Amdorfcr blushes majestically when she opens the cash register to take out nickels as she misunderstands a customer asking for a "Nlckless," cent cigar. that mild five Ted ChrtschiUe* was In De* Moines, April 1st. He sent a telegram collect to Harry Hull. Harry read the message, "April 'Fool," and refused to pay for It. The fool- Ing was on Ted because the company made him deposit the cost of the letter before accepting It • • • Body Guderian, Unotyplst at the Advance, doesn't get much out of tbe mewiing a «oop«n.Uoi.v> L*«t year tb* Advance came out on Thursdays and be worked on Wednesday evenings. The VFW met on Wednesday nights and he could not attend. This year the Advance has Its big day on Tuesdays and he works Monday nights. So, this year, the VFW meets on Monday nights and he cannot take in the fun. • • * Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jianouff attended the show together. Mrs. won on her card. Being a trifle stage frightened she held Mr.'s card while he went forward and drew a prize. When he was comfortably aeate^, Mrs. won on his card and then fate decreed she must face the staring crowd for it wouldn't look reasonable have George win twice. to April 10 11-12 Home of Mirrophonic Sound Now Showing Thru Fri. I Sat.-Sun.-Mon., Fernaud Gravel Joan Blondell "THE KING AND THE CHORUS GIRL" War rimy or may not be just around the corner. Nevertheless scrap iron and cast is being ship- peel from this locality at large pric.-ea. Truck loads up into the thirties are being weighed daily at the Norton scales. & Son lumber yard Miss Dorothy Shellmeyer of Algona spent the past week at the home of her aunts, Misses Jennie and Nellie Shellmeyer. The Bay View club met at the home of Mrs. Alma Kongsbach. on Tuesday afternoon. The hostess gave a very Interesting account of her trip to Florida, Louisiana and Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Bonnstetter brought their baby daughter home from the hospital In Fort Dodge, Monday. She has been a very sick baby with Infection In her ears, and she also had pneumonia. Hugh Dunn came home from Story City, Monday, where he left Mrs. Dunn and his daughter, Margaret, who is in a hospital since an Suio accident at Story City, .vhen Margaret was badly injured. Leo Jorden Weds; Many Local Folks At Wedding Dance The marriage of Leo D. Jordan, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jordon of Clear Lake, to Miss Bertha Dankbar, daughter of Mrs. Frances Dankbar of Garner, took place Tuesday morning, April 6, at the St Boniface 'Catholic church of Gamer. The, Rev. M. J. Man- ternoch officiated. The attendants were Miss Edna Jordan, Mason City, and Bernard Dankbar of Garner. During the cermeony R. J. Fritsch sang two colos. A wedding breakfast was served to the bridal party and relatives at the home of Mrs. A. L. Jordan. A wedding dance was t;i"f.n Tuesday rvcn'ng in Garner for relatives and frlendc. Mr. and Mrs Alvin Weber, a.-n Jerry and A t.. Jordan of Lu"cine, attended the wjdJ.i? on! dance. Others from Algona wore: Mr. rnd Mrs. Cliff Bjustrom, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Kaln, Piu'.'na and Mary Black, Isabella Kaln, Hugh Black and Miss Vern Knecht and ftiecd. -•-.'-, I M JordMt .Is, a. fvmer ^Ituuu and hvirigton boy.* Mr. and MM. Jordan will be at home on their farm near Ventura after April IS. Coming Tuesday Victor McLaglen in "NANCY STEELE IS MISSING" Finnan Laing ha* a novi-l rrpro- <l(K;(ion of how spring plowing is done in Kansas and will he glad to show it to anyone interested. Daughn Sitters Winning Amateurs In Wesley Program Wesley: The Amateur program presented Friday night by the American Legion Auxiliary of Wesley was very well attended and a varied program presented by local amateurs of most every nature. Twenty numbers were given with first place going to the Daughn sisters who presented a guitar and song number; second place to Merwin Dimond with two hill-billy songs, and third place to Gaylord Landers with a tenor solo. Miss Ruth Mary Bauer was awarded the orchid bedspread. The number with the most time spent in preparation, perhaps, was the one act play, "This Way Out" given by six young people of the community and coached by Mrs. L. T. Hoot. ThU number was a strong runner up for one of the prizes. Wednesday-Thursday, April 14-15 Daily matinee 2 p. m. HOW W£ C DAILY NEWS, TK. AUGUST 8, 1935 'Ecstasy,' I ^bidden Film Burned by U.S. *EcslaUy," the Aim found ob-1 '.hut the fiiia b« duUoyed oa July ttM by » Ftd«r«l court jury »od Ulh," b« Mid. iiU by cinema critics, U • bund- fill of Mhei. 1C wu put ••** .•*• "- ' '" "" " ' "" "Several mrn U-ntilied to illicit relatives," taken from the front page story of Tuesday 1 ;) A'l- vaiuc. 1,',-iing the words of th<- Set Simp — It ain't right. To talk about one'. 1 , relatives and thtir private (joint;.-; on. i ••. not of the best of cti- 'Tin baiti two mi-u upproarhrd it front iloor. (inn t,l them, our x' fiu-inl iJuti II Kwalinon. rapped i urn- 'I in conversation with hi i i paitm-r. Uiironiii-Kju.ily he railed j In. i li,t rind rappee] the second Urn'; j v.ithuut turning from the talking. I 'I he 1,,-i-ond rap v.a.n nM needed fi.r j it had ijroii;{h>- a lady to the scene! ;:r.d the seeond was well placed, i iirjt nn the door, hut on the lady's j Funeral Services Held On Sunday; Wife, Three Brothers Survive Bancroft: Oscar Pearson, 7 years old, passed away Sunday morning after a brief Illness. The deceased had Bancroft for been a resident ol many years. On Thursday morning he became il with pleurisy but his Illness was not thought to be serious. On Sunday he suffered a stroke which took his life. The deceased leaves to mourn his wife and three brothers. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon In the Swedish Lutheran church of which Mr Pearson was a life-long member. A council meeting was held at the Farmers & Traders Savings Bank. Monday evening. The seniors of the Bancroft high school will present their class play Thursday and Friday of this week Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson are the parents of a son, born Thursday. This is the flrst child. Mrs. Johnson was formerly Leona Schneider. A music recital was given Mon< day evening In St. John's auditorium by the music pupils of St John's school. Twenty-eight chlld.- ren took part in the program. Mrs. H. J. Guide, Mrs. R. E. Hutton and Rev. Sylvester Grady drove to Winona, Minn., Tuesday, to take Maxlne Guide and Margaret Devlne there where they attend St Theresa's college. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thles moved into their new home, the residence formerly owned by J. B. Schiltz, Monday. The Henry Lappe family moved Into the house vacated by the Thles family, which they recently bought. Lieut. Peterson Win* Naval Promotion The promotion of Mel A. Peterson from junior grade lieutenant to the full rank of lieutenant in the United States Navy was announced from Washington last week. Lieutenant Peterson Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson of Algona, and he and his wife and little son have been at the naval academy at An- neapolis, since last fall where Lieut Peterson has been taking special work. After graduation he was located on the west coast for several years. Mrs. Peterson is the former Ann Murtagh, daughter of State Comptroller and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh of Algona. The promotion of Lieutenant Peterson carries with It a substantial raise in salary. Frank Winkels Married 56 Years Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wlnkel celebrated their fifty-fourth wedding anniversary last week Thursday at Clear Lake where they were given a party by their daughter, Mrs. L. J. Kutschara. Other guests were another daughter, Mrs. W. J. Gralam of Minneapolis- and Mrs. O. M. Amundson. Mr. Wlnkei. who is 8« years of age, is one of the few remaining- pioneers of Algona. He conducted a meat market for many yearn, but retired a number of r'ear.s ago. Old Algona friends will join in congratulating this worthy couple. tO^i^MtiOQ^^ Ofti-lltinir-i mil- M'l-n u (>i-r»on oni*.-r ;i < up of <.o(!Y'- in ;i c;if.-. j.ull out a luiu ii from hi* iiuikut ;m<J enjoy tlh; iiit:;al. iJr. fci.h;i;i|< gutM UM-..L- .sort o/ t (: better, 'i he <io< tor t;ii<L-;i treiitini fit.i for Ijahlne.-.:* an<i failing h'tir in fi h;irber shop with onu (jf the- lie 1 // :iurt-lire hair grower;*. As he biu /or a half hour with the Vitcuutn over his head, there ia nothing to do but talk lit rtail. Now lie makes u.sc of this wait by tul'.inx an electric razor to the barber shop ariJ shaving himself. » * • Kiu>tcr Sunday lirouifht Joy to the f;id.-, of one Kunti ly be-hool. Each one wan presented with u real live baby chick. And I hut ia one of the inu.ji appreciated Uiingu a uchool ran <i<). The kids have a responsibility. They have u life to look after. They become of a creative n.mil building coop^, making iieat, 1 ;<.-Jin;,' ami watering and full into i constructive character. The chicka grow. tiacii new feather gives proof of the kkia' well »,>ent care. The giving-u-ehick act is getting ruiulta. • * * A lust line for any local column: one hears up and down the street the question naked, "Had your Washerman today?" Velma Weydert 15 Last Sunday St. Joe: A surprise birthday party was held Sunday afternoon in honor of Velma Weydert'n 15th birthday. Her friends gathered at the Nick Thilgtsi home and then j/rwttdcd to Vcim.Vs h"mc. She is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mr.i. J;une:i Weydert. The afternoon wast .spent at playing game.t. Lunch was server!. Those present •A'crt Marjone arid Mary Jane Kedmj;, I'earl He'iing. I-orena, Kl t:. in or and Maxim: florman, Rita and Martha Hut-Mar, Uernadine H<:i:i«-r, IjoroUiy and Mary Wagner, Mary Kaber, Man ella Thilgea, JO/KI l>kvui>:. Thomas Wagner, Arthur, Vernon and IJcImar Plathe Veliiia was presented with pretty gifu and her friends wished he many more i.appy birthdays. Father of Wesley Woman Succumbs Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lick teig returned home Wednesday from Greeley, Kansas, to where they were called due to the critlca illness and death of her father George Rosnef, 68. Burial took place Monday morning at the St John's Catholic church in Greeley with burial taking place in the cemetery there. He leaves besides his daughter, Mm. Licktelg of Wen ley, two other daughters, two sons and Mrs. Rosner. Mr. Rosner had been ill since last fall. On their return home the Lickteigs stopped at Clyde, Missouri, where they visited from Tuenday until Wednesday with two of Mr. Lickteig'n aU- era. Rev. W. H. Dlscher, Whittemore, Rev. H. D. Stahmer of Falrville and Rev. W. Wagner of Emmetsburg attended the northwest ministers' conference from last week Tuesday until Thursday at Ochey- dnn. Mrs. Margaret Elbert, Mrs. Peter Foxsen and son, Joseph, spent from last week Thursday until Friday at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt and Mr. and Mrs. Dee Ostwald, northeast of Wesley. Marvin and Pauline Weydert, Bernice Farrell and Molly Bauman returned to Cherokee Tuesday after spending their Easter vacation with their respective parents. They are student In the Junior College in Cherokee. Leo Conway, son of Mr. and Mrs James Conway, James Fandel, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wllllma Fandel returned to Sioux City Sunday, where they attend Trinity College after spending their Easter vacation at home. Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Braatz and Herbert and Alvina Braatz of Mapleton. Minn., Art Putz of Mlnne< sola Lake, Minn., and Edna Braatz of St. Paul were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz. Sister Mary Elizabeth, accompanied by another Sister of Leavenworth, Kansas, and Mrs. Nellie Jackman and Mrs. Bert Ryan of Emmetaburg visited with Mrs. Josie Goss at the Frank Bestenlehner home, Monday. {Catherine Klrschbaum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Klrschbaum left for Des Moines Sunday to take examination before the Iowa State Board for beauty culture. She will be employed in the Kathrup's Beauty shop In Spencer next week. Word was received here by Mr. and Mrs. Allle Carlisle that a girl was born to their daughter, Mrs. Earl Ackerman of Burt In the Kossuth hospital on Palm Sunday. This Is the flrst child for Mr. and Mrs. Ackerman and the flrst grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle. Mrs. Catherine O'Brien and Mrs. Tim O'Brien visited at the home of Mrs. T. R. Martin in Emmetsburg, Friday. Mrs. Claude Laughlin, sister of Mrs. Martin, recently came from Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she visited Mary Alma O'Brien, daughter of Mrs. Catherine O'Brien and reports that Mary Alma Is much improved In health. DOAN NEWS O. E. Hott is driving a new Nash purchased at Mason City recently. Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Ventelcber and Cyril spent last Thursday in tfason City. W. J. Martlnek of Brltt spent Easter with his sons, A. J. and Wm. J. Martlnek. The Doan Aid meets with Mr*. Guy Carlson April 8, with Mrs. Peter Hansen assisting. Mr. and Mn, IRV1NGTON DANCE PLANNEDFRIDAY At I. 0. 0. P. Hall In Algona; Ex-Resident Married Irvlngton: The Irvlngton Dancing club has issued special invitations for a party to be given at the I O O. F. hall in Algona on Friday evening. AH tfub members are to be admitted free, while nonmembers will be charged a small admission. Swanee's six-piece or- eheatra will provide the music. Hugh Raney Hereford cattle disposed of his the flrst of the Joseph Beitz Friday dene Rlngsdorf, *»*«**»** %£. artJ Mrs. Donald Ringwlorf, ha* the measles. Mrs. Thomas Clayton went to Emmetaburg Monday mornlngr to spend a few day. with «J« lve «Harold Becker represented school district No. 8 in a spelling contest held at Algona Monday afternoon. Sunday dinner guests at the Oeo. running home were Harry Lanning and three sons and Will Lann- "ffrs. E. L,. Dickmeyer and daughter, Mrs. Norman Sanderson, visited Thursday afternoon at the O. O. McFarlands. week. Mr. Raney has been feeding about two carloads for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Julius and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Knox were Sunday callers at the George Johnson home. Mrs. Johnson is recuperating slowly from a recent operation. Word was received here recently of the marriage of Leo Jordan and Miss Bertha Dankbar of Garner. Leo Is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jordan, former residents of this vicinity. Dorothy Mawdsley, only daughter of E. R. Mawdsiey, was the subject of an appendicitis operation last Monday morning. The latest reports were that she was recovering very satisfactorily. Wilma Glsh, daughter of Ben Gisch, represented school No. 4 at the county spelling contest last Monday. She was accompanied by Lucille Heldt, Wilfred Glsh and Robert Gelgel. The group made the trip by walking. Mr. and Mrs. David King are making extensive repairs on their home. Late last season a new porch was added and now they are having new floors laid with other improvements being made. David la the younger son of Mr. an3 Mrs. Win. King and resides on the old King homestead. End Those Howecleaning Worries Portland Twp. The Tony Jandls were In Fort Dodge Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Winchell were Algona callers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robert* vi»- Ited the Dave Webers Sunday. G. O. McFariand recently purchased a new Farm-all tractor. The Mennet Trunkhllls spent Sunday at the Tony Jandl home. Blanch McFariand visited Mr*. Louis* Btrswr •tfMtt test the A. B. Ventelcher bom*. Mrs. Ruth Spark* and son, Howard, spent Monday with her brother, John Altwegg at Ruthven. Aline Martlnek, who teaches in Corwith spent Easter with her par' ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Martinek. The Theo. Hoovers, Loyal Youngs, Dean Andrews, Van Han- I sens and Dale Struthers were East- I er guests of Howard Andrews at' Titonka. Mrs. Walter Anderson and children came Saturday evening and visited until Monday with relatives and friends. They returned to their new home Monday afternoon at Wlndom, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Baker of Lake Crystal, Minn., spent a week ago Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Ruth Sparks and brother, Wm. Altwegg. All high school pupils attending the Algona schools are enjoying a week of vacation. ARMSTRONG NEWs THE ONDER SLIP foe < U(e- lime engagement 7 eath inj ev.'ry mil* at woman who (imply IriM Merkle 1» Sherman 4-H Pre* LuVeri-iU The Knerrrian townahi 4-H ciub, which wa*i organized la& summer, held it meeting at the t 'i'. JiJui/.cr home, March 27, a which lime Kathfcr McrUle wa chosen as leader with l.utlla Blunt er, awislatit Mt*. A I. lituwn Algoria. uml Kllzabeth Inr/mn, Ban crofl, were pie.'jinl (iud hclj,t:d th girls plan the work ttjty will do LaVonne Sankey is bre»id*j.t an Barbara Ana Blumer, nce Vesley Girls' Team Honored At Party Wesley: The girls' baaketbal earn constating of ten members were honored at a banquet followec >y a theatre party last Monday evening when the members of the mblic school faculty and the mem- >era of the school board and their wivea entertained them at the Hotel Algpna and at a theatre in ho wing their appreciation for them having won the trophy in the *et- tior.al basketball tournament held at Thompson a fortnight before. A program of impromptu talks was enjoyed with Bupt. E. D. Ravlin acting as toantmaster. Mrs. George Korrest is recover- ng from a alight paralytic stroke. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Richmond are the parents of a son born on Tuesday, March 30th. Curtis Halverson of Blue Earth and Ardella Halverson of Fairmont spent Sunday at the parental Carl Hulverson home. Henry Brooks, who has been confined to the Coleman hospital in Entherville, for nearly four weeks returned to Armstrong this week and u Hlowly Improving at the home of his sister, Mrs. Leota Moore. btuutti tuff panel. D< 1 UK« Km! Fabric, ditli *tyt«. itipcrb tailoring and qualtir pliaf ttt many txKar d*txaU« Uatunt U»* you'll wtat ihu alip M lh« extluMMI ** all g.Ur. TKL'LY A MltVAClE SLIT Christensen Bros. Co. Send your drapes and rugs to us for service that will please. You'll be surprised how moderate our charges are. Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 537 DAY TIME NIGHT TIME time at cAooaa RED CROSS SHOES for every occasion If lt'§ riioo for every oc- cuion that you're looking for, come in and choose yours from our glorious new collection of Red Cross Shoes. Superbly styled to please the most critical. And comfortable .from the first try - on — because they fit your "walking" feet as well as your "sitting" feet. Price still only 16.50. >m AU. FOUR $C50 ' Or TOU» FEET Q V Christensen Bros. Hoenk Motor Agent For Oldsmobile The Hoeiik Motor Co., west of lhe- court house, hau been appointed new dealer for Uitt OJdamobilu uut.ouiobile. Mr. Hoenk went to Minneapolis tin; first of the week mid drove homo onu of Uio new cars. The ttrm ia thoroughly equipped for OlduuobUe service aa they have piuvlouttly bandied this line of cars. Wesley Nine Opens Season At Corwith Wenley: The high school baseball team U getting lined up and Coach (Jeorge OrbeJI has announced seven gamei* to bis played, the first on April 2oth ft Corwith. Next in at WhUtemore on April 'M and five Kami-* in May an follows: May 4, Vernon there; Uuncroft, here the 0th; Crystal Luke, there the llth; Corwith here the 21st and St. Ce- i.elia of Algonu on the 27th. The ticket cuuipuign hu^ been in progress the puit week with many of the yuungbters having sold u number of their given tickets. Spur Ludwig Hurt Wealey: Spur Ludwig bad the to slip on some ice at hiu farm home aouthwest of town Saturday morning, fracturing a bone in one of his legs. His brother, George, took him to an Algoua hospital wbero the injured limb was taken care of and things made as comfortable for him as possible. Chicken Pie Supper liuptint Church Tuesday,'April 13 Chicken Pie Manned Potatoes Gravy Creamed Peas and Carrots Cabbage Salad Rolls Jelly Pickles Cherry or Apple Pis Coffee 40c25c Serving from 5:30 to 1 Sufferer", „. SlrOMACH ULCERS < HYPERACIDITY DEFINITE RELIEF OR MONEY SACK THB WILLAKU TKKATMKNTlaM brought prompt, JaOnltu roJliif la thouModi of i:a*x ui MamMh Mil Du»af«iirf IMcws, dun to HyMraiM- Ity, ami oUoerformior StomachBu- triu due u> Kuut Adit. COLO <f» U OAVt TMAL. for oomrOet* to, femMtao. road "««*Uj*i Myim •I MM." Ajfc fur it—iri»—•* . A. it SMOOTH!! LEG ANT " Two Way - One Way " You'll agree it's .smooth when you see this new Le Gant Cor- H(jh-tte for yourself. To begin with, there's a front panel of diamond patterned batiste; then there's a seamless, two-way stretch, woven L-astex smoothed over the hips; and the back panel does tricks. It's a diamond patterned batiste like the front, but with Lastex threads woven in to create a powerful -up-and-down stretch. This gives you Le Qant's famous 'Two Way-One-Way" control in a brand new dress. If you liked it before (we've never met the woman who didn't) you'll love it now. This is style No. 3161 5.00 Christensen Bros. Algaua'g Styl» CtnUr

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