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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 29, 1937
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, April :29,1937 Woman's dab- Over 128 women attended the Kossuth County Federation of Woman's club spring meeting held in the Baptist church, Tuesday. Mrs. Ray Stone, LuVerne, presided at the meetings which began In the morning. Mrs. Mary Woodward, Whittemore, was elected county chairman; Mrs. Helen Peters, Burt, vice county chairman; Mrs. Homer Downs, Tltonka, secretary, and M». Carl Hutchins, Plum Creek, treasurer. Mrs. Oliver Graham, Burt, was elected as delegate to attend the biennial meeting at Sioux City In May. At noon a luncheon was served by the Baptist Aid and members from the Bel Canto Music club furnished the music. Mrs. A. D. Wiese, Manning, eighth district director, and Mrs. W. H. ffathorne. Mason City, state recording secretary, were the principal speakers together with several other district officers, who were present and gave reports for the two year term ending this summer. Wlltey Family Reunion— The Wllley family held a family reunion in Algona which was celebrated with a dinner Saturday night at the Jesse Wllley home Attending were Jesse's two brothers, Alfred of Tacoma, Washington, John of Seattle. Washington, his •ister, Mrs. E. M. Glasgo of Spencer, and sister-in-law, Mrs. A. C. Wifley of Algona. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wiley's •on, Cecil, 'wife and two children of Manchester, and Alfred's son Henry of Tacoma, who brought his father and uncle here from the west Boyal Neighbor Club— The Royal Neighbor club was entertained at a ode o'clock luncheon Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Esther Helberg. Those on the committee were Mrs. H W. Post. Mrs. H. A. Van Alstyne, Mrs. W| W. Glllespie, Mrs. R. W. Roeder and Mrs. Oscar Anderson. There were four tables of bridge. Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., won the first prize, and the consolation prize went to Mrs. Fred Powell. Mrs. Elmer Hartshorn drew the door prize. To Be Wed— Banns of marriage were announced for the first time at St Cecelia's Catholic church for Ira Kohl and Zora Keith. Ira Kohl is one of the finest young men of this vicinity. He is the second oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl. Miss Keith is the daughter of Harry Keith, and is one of Algona's most populnr and accomplished young ladies. Algona feels highly proud of the betrothal of these two young people and extends to them their heartiest of wishes. Centenary Claw— The Centenary class of the Methodist church met for a 6:30 dinner, Tuesday evening, at the church. Mrs. Wesley Dutton was chairman of the affair. Mrs. A. E. Michel was in charge of the program. A group of songs were sung by Edward Genrich. and group of song were sung by Donald Johnson, accompanied by Mrs. Vaughn Rising, Merle Pratt played a trumpet solo, and was accompanied by Barbara Haggard. There was also community singing led by Mrs. Michel. Birthday Ctob— " Mrs. Roy Keen was hostess to the members of the Birthday club at her home, Tuesday evening. The party was in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Milton Norton. The honoree received a gift from each member. Mrs. Dana Paxson received the high score prize at bridge. Mrs Antone Johnson was a guest. Helping Hand Society— The Presbyterian Helping Hand society meets Thursday of nexi week, May 6. at the church at Z:30 in the afternoon. The hostesses will be Mrs. R. H. Guderian, Mrs Maude Moore, Mrs. Mawdsley, Mrs. L. W. Gillespie. Mrs. Hugh Col' well and Mrs. Wade Little. L. O. A. Claw— Mrs. George Vance and Mrs. Bert Deal will be hostesses to the members of the L. O. A. class of the Congregational church at the home of the former Wednesday evening, Legion Auxiliary— The radio and work meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held at the home of Mrs. L. W. Fox, Friday, April 30, at 2:30 in the afternoon. Young People's Meeting— Young People's meeting will be held In the basement of the Trinity Lutheran church, Friday evening at 8:00 o'clock. Just Unpacked New styles for Women, Children MORE FAMILIES MOYETOLUVERNE And Shortage of Good Places to Live la Noted 10c-l5c-19c-25c Large selection to choose from. Some with Lastex tops Women's and Children's Colorful Slacks 59c - 79c - $1.00 Bright Halters 25c - 29c SPECIAL Fit & Sat. Only 24x48 in. cotton Tarn Bugs 35c each 2 for 65c Limit 2 to a customer BEN FRANKLIN^ W. V. Butler, Owner IOWA TWO NEW FEATURES 21c Saturday 11 O'clock Moruiiitf Matinee FREE TO ALL CHILDREN FREE Fun and Thrills. Register for your Looky Viewer and Reel of real Motion picture film. 10 reels to begiven free, one each week at Saturday matinee. A Few Subjects 1—President of U. S. 2—Capitols of World a—Capitols of U S. 4—Pictorial Story ^f tllt; Life of Christ. ~j —Popular Bn-tds of Dogs. 6—]0u Years of LadieV Fashions 7—Interesting World Travelogue. JOI1V THE IIK'K TRAt'V 1 LIB K.VITKIMY given each week with several free guest ti< ru-ts and major prizes. Special (SfcJ*-.: 'IV Program Features Saturday Morning Thurs. Fri.-Sat., April 29 30, May 1 Saturday malice* 1-3:30 Uobt. LJviogfctoa la "BJHttR* OF THE M HUSTLING SKULL" Betty Furae«i ta "FAIB WARNING" Last Chapter Serial and Koin iOub. LuVerne: Almost every week finds more families moving in Lu^ Verne. The Cecil Williams moved Saturday to the Konarska house in north LuVerne. The Fred Zwiefels moved upstairs in the Spooner property and the Jack Johnsons now live in the downstairs rooms. The Chandos Smiths are moving into the Chambers and Hof property recently vacated by the J. R. Farrells. In fact there is really a shortage of places to live, as many are unable to find homes who would like to move into town. At Aunt's Funeral Mrs. Wm. Blgings attended burial services Saturday at Goldfleld for an aunt, Mrs. F. I. Stoddard, 78, Des Moines. On Sunday several of the relatives who had attended the funeral were dinner guests of the Bigings. They were Dr. Genevieve Stoddard, Alta Stoddard and Dorothy Ahrends, Des Moines, Mrs. Geo. Stocldard, Renwick. Geo. Stoddard, Rock Island and Phil Stoddard. St. Anthxmy. Mrs. Blgings accompanied her brother, George, when he took Phil to St. Anthony, Sunday aftenroon. Shprmwr Twp. *-H The Sherman Township 4-H club met Saturday afternoon with Luella Blumer. Fifteen members and four others were present and named favorite birds in response to roll call. Elizabeth Ann Ingham and a Mrs. Pep pet man. Bancroft, were from out of town. Miss Ingham reviewed the two lessons in Home Decorating that the group had missetl during the winter. Esther Meritle, the local leader, gave a talk on "How March Music Originated". The hostess who Is assistant leader, served a dainty lunch. Evelyn Pergande will be hostess at the next meeting May 8. Dave Gardner went to Iowa City Saturday where he expects to undergo an operation for sinus trouble. Florence Hintz went to Des Moines Saturday. She will be employed 1 in the restaurant managed by Mrs. Llllie Hesse. Mrs. Ed Asa. Racine, Wis.. and her sister. Helen Patterson hare been visiting former friends here the past week. Mrs. Frank Sanford and Wayne. Mrs. Archie' Sanford. Wtllard and Gerry took Mrs. Josephine Sanford o Ellsworth Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson •ent to Granger Sunday taking ome Mrs. Patterson's parents, Mr. nd Mrs. D. D. Broadie, who had pent the week here. Early Discovery of Corwith Fire Avert* Tragedy Corwith.: A fire, which, could have caused serious damage, broke out in Corwith last Friday. J. A. Zwiefel, mamger of the Quality store, was burning some rubbish behind the store when the wind carried some sparks to a small building located between the Quality store and the Corwith Implement Company. It was discovered soon after It started and was put out before further damage was done. The Methodist Ladles' Aid served dinner at the church parlors Monday. Frank Rlockwood and Erio Erickson were Algona visitors Sunday. George Evans, Sr.. and son, Harold, were at Eiagle Grove and! Woolstock Monday. Charles Bosworth and Jim Williams have both purchased 1 new F-20 Farmall tractors. Mrs. F. J. Bush went to Britt Tuesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Raymond Dimond and family. John and Edward Evans visited at the home of their brother, Millard Evans at Kanawha, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gbihenour and daughter of Eagle Grove visited at the Jay King home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bonnstetter attended a Masonic bridge benefit at Kanawna last TEursday evening; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bonnstetter and llttlfr daughter. Kay,, were Sun>guests at the Hat-man. Helmke home in B*itt. Mr. and Mrs. M. Pi Peterman spent Sunday at the home of their daughter. Mrs. Otis Cook and family at Befmond. Mr. and Mrs-. Henry Man; spent Sunday at the Rome of the former's- parents, Mr. amf. Mrs. Stott Man la Spirit Lake. Mrs. Clarence Robinson and Mrs. Peter Jacobs were hostesses to the American Legion Auxiliary at the Legion tall Tuesday niglit Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maw and Mrs. Gusta Hartwig visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Smith and Patricia at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Dick DeBoest of Waterloo were week end guests at the home of Mrs. DeBoest's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roftert Masters on. Mr. and Mrs. Jamew Gwenfleld and Sandra Kay of West Bend, were guests at the Home of her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. C. H. Martin, Sunday. A large number of peopte attended the services conducted by the Rev. CedarhoJm of Waterloo at the First Baptist church: IB Corwith Jnion Club Sets May 6th As Next Date of Meeting Union: The Union Mothers and Daughters club will meet May 6th ith Ethel Smith and Laura Hohnstein as hostesses at the home of le former. Roll call will be ans- ered with Mother's Day poems. V paper, "How Are We Mothers o Fit Our Children for the Demands of the Next Generations" ill be given by Elizabeth Schenck. Mu.fic will be given by Fern Uiach. May 21st will be the Rural Schools Day this year which will je the termination of the school ear and the usual gathering and ports will be held The eighth grade graduates will also bs honor- d. i)i.-k Tracy i.s on lliC Ail- Tune in on Cincinnati. I*ill.'i5 or Detroit. Sun. Thru Tues., May 24 Huir aud Donald Wood* lu "ONCE A DOCTOK" 2 Feature* Mow Sic Dick Purctil and Mary Bruui in "WAVY Sunday afternoon-. I The Rev. and; Mrs. Albert Rust and children were Friday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs. Harold Heimendlnger and family near Brttt. The Men's Brotherhood met Wed nesday evening at the Alber Brown home. Mr. Brown led the meeting. The next meeting will be held May 5 with Claude Bogard. Callers at the J. A. Zwiefel norm Sunday afternoon were Mr. an< Mrs. Irvin Chapman and son. Wm of LuVerne. Percy Howland of For est City and the Jensen sisters o Garner. Mrs. Clifford Applegate. Mrs. Roland L. Hanswirth. Mrs. Donal Dean, and Mrs. W. H. Perkins at tended a Home Missionary conven tion of the Algona district at Laur ens Thursday. Mrs. H. A. Brockman and son Lloyd of Britt, were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown. Gordon Brockman. who spent the week end at the Brown home, returned home with Other Society N«w* LONE BOOK NEWS eww Child Study Club— The Child Study club members held their regular meeting-Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. S. Bohannon. Mrs. Burdette Agard was the assisting hostesses. Ten of the twelve members were present. Idle Hour Club— Mrs. G. D. Stokes was hostess at a one o'clock luncheon Wednesday afternoon to the members of the Idle Hour bridge club. There were three tables of bridge. Mrs. H. R. Cowan was a guest of the club. Celebrates 9!nd Birthday- Mr, and Mrs. Mike Loss, Jr., entertained Wednesday evening at a small party horibring the grandmother of Mr. Loss, Mri. Mary Stewart The occasion was Mrs; Stewart's 92nd birthday. The guests were a few relatives and friends. Guest Honored— Mrs. Al Spongberg honored .her guests, Mrs. Clarence Stebbins and daughter, Ardith, at a party at the Spongberg home, to which twelve guests were Invited, Wednesday afternoon. A social time was enjoyed. St Thomas Guild— The St Thomas Guild of the Episcopal cHurch will meet Friday afternoon at 2\30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. George Benschoter. Mrs. Leslie Huff will be the assisting hostess. Choir Entertained— Mrs. E. J. Murtagh and Mrs. H. R. Cowan entertained the Congregational choir at a 6:30 dinner at the former's home, Tuesday evening. Games were enjoyed following the dinner. Bridge Clnb— Mrs. L. E. Hovey entertained her bridge club at her home Monday evening. Mrs. H. W.'Becker received the high score prize, and Mrs. Owen Nichols the low score prize. Past Matrons' Clnb— The Past Matrons of the East' ern Star met at the Masonte T«m- ple Monday afternoon for a one o'clock luncheon. There was a short meeting, and they worked on their quilt Afternoon Luncheon—Mrs. V. 3. Lalng entertained six women at a four o'clock luncheon, Saturday afternoon. The remainder of the afternoon was spent socially. Beta Sigma Phi—The business girls' sorority, the Beta Sigma Phi. held a regular meeting. Monday evening. Margaret McNown was the hotsess. (• it i i: Whittemore Senior* Guests of Juniors At Annual Banquet Whittemore: The junior cla»» of the local public high school entertained the mentor class last Thuri- day in the Kermoore Hotel at Etn- metsburf at a banquet at «:30 p. them. Mm. Leonard Mullins was in Visitors Honored Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gould and son, Cenneth were guests at the Keith Jtrayer home in Algona Monday evening. The event honored the arrival from Florida of Mr. and Mrs. Andering of Willmar, Minn., and son, Jerome and daughter-in-law, formerly Hazel Ramua, who have been wintering in Florida. They came Sunday and left for their home in Minnesota Tuesday. Cards and lunch were enjoyed during the evening. Other guests in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Donate Cook and baby of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Sorenson and daughter Francis, and Mr. and Mra. Alber Gould and son. Ronald of Union. The Grand Opening—Delhert Dogotch, master of ceremonies. Beautiful Ohio—Misses Blair and Hurley. Eison Neddy Troubadours—Maynard Rpeber, Harold Voigt. N'or- West Bend Friday afternoon. Her sister. Miss Frances Chambers, who teaches in West Bend, returned with her to spend the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chambers. The Catholic Ladies will serve at the Legion hall Wednesday, April 28. Serving committee is Mrs. George Gray, Mrs. Art Kelcb, Mrs. Max Sloan. Mrs. Ed Hauptman. Mrs. Glen Francis, Mrs. Ernest Punke and Mrs R. C. Welter. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Meyers and daughter, Anna expect to leave soon for Arizona. They will be accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Scott Man of Spirit Lake. Mr. Man will remain in Arizona at a T. B. sanitarium and the rest of the party will continue to California and other points Rev. Karl W. G Killer, Meth- oiiUt minister in Corwith, attended the annual meeting of the board Louis Boile was at Fort Dodge on business Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Aalfs and son. of conference claimant* of Northwest Iowa conference the at Storm Lake. Tuesday. April 27. f'.tv. Miller is a director of the hoard and u chairman of the loan board. An official meeting was held last Gary, were Sunday dinner guest.-i j and investment committee of the of Mr. and Mrs. Cheater Bailey. Mra. Laura Hohenatein was caller at the home of her neigh- | Sunday at the Methodic church at 1 which time it was voted to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the dedication of the church next Mxirch 3rd Plant will get under way now to tmil'i up n special anniversary program It is hoped that the church w:il be free from debt on the budding by that time effort will be put forth b«rt Zumach and Delbert Dogotch, Queen of Clubs—Miss Blair. Accordian solo—Melvm Lauck. Voice of Experience Voica of Inexperience, tmogene Wagner and Norbert Zumach; Jelly Jinglers, Harold Voigt and Maynard Roe be r; Blue Hawaii, Misses Lindstrom, Sam m in. Blair and Hurley; Inquiring Microphone, Verda Meyer, Lida Potratz, Delbert Dagotch, Viola Voigt and Annette Simpson; Coming Attractions, Earl Aman, Delbert Dogotch, and Norbert Zumach; Toast to Seniors, Helen Hahn; Toast to Juniors, L»- ona Nass; Toast to Faculty, Christine Kenne; Response, Supt. P.och- ford. Member* ot the senior class are: President, Maynard Roeber; vice president, Melvin Lauck; secretary- treasurer, Harold Voigt; other class members, Leona Nass, Verda Meyer and Lida Potratz. Members of the Junior class are Helen Hahn, Delbert Dogotch, Viola Voigt, Chrialine Kenne, Imogene Wagner, Annette Simpson. Ear Aman and Norbert Zumach. Members of the faculty are: sup erintendent. Frank J. Rochford principal, Francis C. Hurley; Eng lish and music, Gladys Blair grades, Mildred Lindstrom anc primary room, Nettie Saromin Bnlfd New Oarage Work on a new garage at the Eugene Pearson home w» •> started Monday. Contractors from Algona are doing the work. O. A. Snarp. Dayton, spent a few days last week here. THe John Fdths, Algona,' spent Sunday at the A. T. Foths. Mr and Mrs. N. L. Cotton spent last THursday at Mason City. Joe Mockery, Titonka, spent Sun' day at the Andrew Thomsons. The Merwin Marlows spent Sunday at the Frank CdlMrts home,- in Uvermore. The American Legion Auxiliary meets Wednesday, May 8, with Mrs. Fred Flaig. F: A, Whitney, Eagle Grove, spent a few days last week with the H. ETMickas. The Charles Hilt family spent Friday night and Saturday at the E. W.' Guilds, Mason Citv. The R. T. Angus family spent Sunday afternoon with the D&lntar Angus" family, Algona. Elsie Wlllfett, Algona, spent last week Tuesday night and Wednesday at the Frank FlWgs. Dorothy Macumber, Fort Dodge, spent Saturday night and Sunday • with the parental Frank Macutn- t bers. J! M». AdOrph Seeger and children, Kenneth and Dorothy, Albert Lea, spent Friday at the Frank Macunv bers. Mrs. Raymond Bterstedt and Mrs. Frank Householder • and' son, Kenneth, spent Saturday afternoon in Bart Mervin Christenson attended' a Polled Hereford sale at D*« Mblnes f fora last week Tuesday until on Thursday evening. Mfs. H: J. Bacon, Algona, spent last week Wednesday night at the I.- W. Nelsons. They took Ker home Thursday. Gladys Blerstedt spent the week end at the parental E: C. Bterstedts in Bart The Lyle M&riows were Sunday guests there. Lucille. Margaret and Raymond Nelson drove to BMtt Monday, where they will visit the Hirvey Nelsons and A. P: Nelson; Mrs. Raymond Blerstedt attended a Mothers' and Daughters' banquet at the Methodist church in Burt last Friday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbertson attended the funeral of Mr. CU1- bertson's mother, Mfs. Willis Rouse at Ruthven, last Thursday; Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Rlchardi spent last week Tuesday with Mrs. Ellta Richards, Algona; The Rich' ards family spent Sunday there. Milton, Marie and Esther Gtit- zenauer, Armstrong, spent last week Tuesday evening at the Delbert Geitzenauers. Marie remained for a- visit. Mrs. Fred Genrich, Mrs. J. M. Blanchard. Mrs. Ml E: Blantharc aud Mrs. Alex Krueger attendee the furrsral of Chris Behrmann Bancroft. Saturday. Theo. Krueger and daughter. El ma, were Sunday dinner gnesta of the Clarence ThewfieMk; Fenton. They were evening guests of the Waiter Jetrtr family, Fenton. The A. W. LampeB. Ventura, am the Richard Longs, Bancroft, were Sunday dinner guests of the Ralph Thompsons, the occasion being in honor of their son, WltlanTs birth day. The Fred Wegeners and Mrs Amelia Heidenwith, Algona. spen unday at the Leo Sankeys", Britt 'hey were last Thursday evening uests of the Russell Thompsons Burt. William Ja.tkulke. Burt. and W F. Faulstich spent Sunday at Wat rloo on business. Mrs. Jaxkulk nd children stayed with the Faul tic ha. The Everett Richardsons, Algona >Tr. and Mrs. Ornle Behrends. Sen eca. the Alton Huiberts, Whittemore. and the Ralph Huiberts were Sunday dinner guests at the Ora Hulbert*. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmidt and son, Robert, spent Sunday afternoon at the Leo Schmidts. Lillian dav euests at the R F. Schroeders, Fenton. The S. M. Orvlcks were also there. The Schroeders, the H, A. Wieners and the Carl Wiener family attended a five hundred party In honor of Mrs. Roy Chrls- chilles' birthday at her home m Fenton last Friday evening. bor, Mrs. Geo. Boevers, Monday afternoon. There is a strong suspicion that one of Union's popular young men will boon become a benedKt. Note —We are referring to Eidon Ktoff el Last Saturday Stuart Thompson accompanied Harry Ward, who took his bons. Curtis. Don arid Kendall and the son of Rev. Hue»- tr to see the Drake Relays in Des Moines. Mr. and Mr.-* Jerome Andcring and the former's' parents, the «.-ld- tr Mr. and Mr.i. Andering of Willmar, Minn., v.'cre ^u».-.>t.-) Sunday evening at the Albert Bulterfk-id home. Mis. Andering is a bitter of Btn (Jould and Mrs. Butu-riield. Z~>i NEW CAKS have bteii I/ur- rnased in Ko.iauth county U:uo i<ir during tile year of l'j.';7. UNION NEWS DANCE THE TALK OF" THE TOWN Swanee 7 : piece Swing Btad Sat. May 1 SEXTON Ladles 19*; Gents 49* plos<tta: Coming Saturday, May 8th, Raggie Rlngling Swing Band: DANCE THE TALK OF THE TOWN": Swanee 7-piece Swing Band Tuts. May 44 v. P. w. Hauu ALGONA Ladles lOc, Gents 4W pins fatt dip this adv. ladles and flr«9-> ent before 9:30 p. m. and-you-! dance free. ai. Whitteraore News I'eter B.uK.jr. a-'ompai.itd by ^.itfcr Cumr. dro'.>.- «i CncroXts: on \ LiiUies' Aid— The Ladies' Aid of the Trinity Lutheran church meets next week Thursday in the afternoon at two o'clock in the church parlors with Mr.s. Hackbarth and Mra. Drtyer aa hostesbc-s. Bridge Party— Mrs. B. E. Hilbteadl entertained at a bridge party. Tuesday afternoon. There were eight ladies present. Mra. W. C. Irelan and Mrs. L. W. Fox were the prize winners. Want Ads Bring You Quick Result* FariiJI •j.-i.'.i hj-ti.t ti.i: -A'tcii end vvitii li.tir jespe'lui.- j/irt-d'.i Mr:i i'.oy Uju-trort. ii.d daughter, linfiA.ity "'t'l M/4 !•:-. V/alX• er and Mu Harold Kao-H'.r aci>. vi.^itm^ wilii Mia Cecil iijLiStrofn in the McCtce/y i.Hf.^.Vnl ai.'l with Mis. Lloyd Walker at u,t- Art Hi-i'i- j enwith home Saturday aJlerr.<x<n Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stoffel and ton, Michael, were Sunday afternoon vuitor* at the Joseph Elbert home taut of Algona. The young boy* ot the neighborhood played baseball. Mr. and Mrs. Will Rich were gueaU of their daughter and son- in-law, Mm. Robert Ward, Sunday. Mr. and Mra. Lloyd Eiston and < hildren and Mrs. Maine Hofius of fiiirnore City were callers Sunday at the home of Mra. Hofiua' son, Frank Claude Dearchb has been confined to his bed the past week with and was threatened with Schallln. Lotta Creek, spent Saturday afternoon at the Robert Schmidts. Donald Bieratedt spent the week end with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee, Burt His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bieratedt drove there Sunday evening for him. Mrs. A. H. Hanna went to Fairmont last Thursday spending until Sunday with the Mark Simmons family. The Hanna family drove there Sunday and Mrs. Hanna returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard and Mrs. Mary Brunson were Sunday guesU at the Edw. Blancharda in Irvington. The Edw. Blancharda were last week Wednesday dinner guests at the M. E. Blanchards. Mrs. Edw. Zunkle entertained at a skillet party last week Monday at f ernoon. Attending were: Mrs Alex Krueger, Mrs. Mary Brunson Mm. Lawrence Newbrough ant son Frederick and Mrs. M. E. chard. Rudolph Peters and Mrs. Arthur Zumach, accompanied by Mra. August Huenhold and Carl and Caro lyn Peters, all of Algona, drove to Boone Saturday where they at tended the funeral of Mr. Peters uncle, Herman Peters. Mr. and Mra. Lawrence Dittmer accompanied by Mrs. Leonard Ditt rner and daughter, Joan, of Burt, last week Tuesday at Maaoo The rain was very welcome not only for the brnall grain sown, but the farm homewives welcomed the rain water for their cisterna. City. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ditt- riicr were Sunday guests at the Charles Dittmer home, Burt. The Henry Schroeders wer« Sun- Mr. and Mra. Art ««'J family of Burt Mr and Mr* Jo- j scph Elbert and family nl Algo/ia and Rev. Edward Faiidei of K*m- scn were Sunday visitor* fit tii« parental home of Mr. arid Mr* Mike Fandel. Rev. Fandel will re- mam a few days Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey entertained at their home at a dinner recently. The gue»U were cu follows: Mr. and Mm. Ajithony VcnU-ichcr, Mr. and Mra. Lambert Vtnttichcr and Gladys Pautz of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lot bach and family and Mr. and Mm. Theo. Krietht and foxniJy. Live Stock Auction Fairgrounds, Tuesday, May 4 titUe i» Kolr-K very good. Bring In any live fttoek you have for Mile. 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