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fhe tfpper Pea Moines-Republican, July 2,1930 Mrs. dart Etert o! Whltteniofe -*iseday in Algona. Hugh Post was a Business visitor to ".Mason city Monday. Mrs. stell of Titonka visited her son, Joe, a few days last week. ~ Mrs. George W. Johnson Is visiting her sister at Parkersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloom were Sunday visitors in Mason City, Banker Guy M. Butts of Wesley was •over on business Saturday, W. H. Brandow of Chapta was in Algona on business Monday, Wash Harris of 'West Bend was a "business Visitor in Algona Friday. Mrs. Frank Vera has been on the sick list suffering an attack of quinsy. br, W. T. Peters of Burt Was in the city on professional business Monday. P. A. Lonergan of Bancroft was look- Ing after business JfiiattSfs In Algona iMonday. Mrs. G. Ray Smtgi J$as (SaUed to Knoxvllle, Iowa, ThutSday by the death , of a brother. """ Banker Ed. Rahni of St. Benedict, was over looking after business matters Saturday. John Torrine, the Livermore lumber {man, was transacting business in Al, gona Saturday. ' L. D. Hodgson, one of Burt's most prominent farmers, was in Algona on ; 'business Saturday. Joseph Schaben is erecting a modern home on Hale street in the southeast part of Algona. V Miss Bridget 'Oaffney, one of 'the Curses at the. Kossuth hospital was op. -crated on Thursday. ;."Mrt. John Vaughan and son, Rich' ard, were visitors at" Monona, Iowa, a lew days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Herbst moved Into their new bungalow on South Thorington street Tuesday. Carl Hopkins drove out from Chicago and spent Sunday at the W. J. O'Brien home in Algona. --• County Engineer H. Mi Smith was ' a week end visitor at the home of his parents in Washta, Iowa. George .Simmons, who recently moved to Irvington -from Corwith. was a •visitor in the city Monday. Mrs, L. I. Gingerlch is reported ill. She returned recently from a visit at the home" of her son near Titonka. Mrs. Walter Post and son, Kenneth of Clear Lake were guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Van Dorston Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Goeders and family and the Theodore Goeders family were Emmetsburg visitors on Bunday. William Hopkins returned home from Rochester, Minnesota, last week, where he underwent an operation and he is now improving in health. Tyrrell Ingersoll is expected Friday for -a visit -with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll. Tyrrel is prac- • tlcing law;in Cedar/Rapids. Herbert Palmer arrived in Algona T-aswee .rom i -:aoi-- been out there for the' past 'two years. i He Intends to stay in Algoha/ t Melvin Hockinson was visited Sunday by his siter from Red Wing, Minnesota, and his father and mother and another sister from Lake Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fechner of Lu- Verne were visitors in the city Saturday and Mr, Fechner 'represented Lu. Verne in the county convention. Henry W; Nagel, one of : Bancroft's substantial citizens was in Algona Saturday attending the democratic convention and made us a splendid visit. T. J. Vincent and O. W. Lawrence were in Ames the latter part of last week attending a school conducted by the Iowa State Fur Breeders' association. Lawrence Misbach and Everett Anderson are expected home from Detroit Thursday for their summer vacation. The boys are attending Detroit University. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Turner expect to go to Chicago over the week end. Mr. Turner, who is employed in the Steele Clothing store, is taking a two weeks' vacation. A! L. Sarazine and Cecil Levy were Algona callers Sunday. Mr, Sarazine Is employed in Emmetsburg and Mr. Levy is manager of the St. Paul store in that city, Fftuiffie Meyetti, Western tfhieri operator, left Monday for a, two Weeks' vacation at hef home In Dyersvtile, Iowa. W. J. Danlhy of Ottumwa is relieving her, Mrs. John Barr returned last week from girksville, Missouri, where she had been taking treatments and underwent an operation. She is reported as improving nicely. Attorney Robert Parrish of Des Moines Was a business visitor in Algona a few days last week. Mr. Parrlsh is general counsel for the Bell Telephone Company In Iowa. Miss Kathef Ine Pankuk of Fairmont, Minnesota, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Pannkuk, who formerly lived in Algona visited at the Grant easier home over the week end. Frank Simmons of Fairmont, Minnesota, son of Mrs. Clarence Pannkuk, was a brief Algona visitor Saturday enroute to HumbOidt, where he visited friends Over the week ehd. Mrs. Nlta Isaacson returned Monday from Smithfield, where she visited her friend^ Mrs, Kelsey. Her daughter, Miss Elaine Isaacson and Miss Marguerite Dalzlel met her at Fort Dodge and drove her home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wlnslow, Dr, Hale Shirley and John Shirley are in Algona for a visit. The Shirley Boys spent a month in the east visiting Mr. Wlnslow who is a professor in the naval academy ih Annapolis, Maryland. Miss Delia Darling is visiting Algona friends and relatives this week. Miss Darling, who Is school.'nurse, at Emetsburg, Is having her vacation. She expects to spend her time here and in Fort Dodge and Des MOlnes with her sisters. ••.•• ..; "> Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Hazeltine of Washington, Iowa, are expected here for the Fourth of'July for a visit at the Joe Cosgrove home: They will leave for; Yellowstone Park soon after tile Fourth for a two weeks' Vacation., Hazel Potter will accompany them. Mr. and Mrs.'W. L. Martin enjoyed a visit Sunday from the latter's uncle, A. Burners' and son, A. P. and wife of Wapella, Illinois,, and the la let's daughter, Fern, of Robinson, Illinois, who were enroute home from:a visit with relatives in LaCross, Wisconsin, and Mankato, Minnesota. \ • Floyd Perkins, who was the. manager of the Webster County Buick garage a year or so ago, arrived" fii Algeria the latter part of last week from Tulsa, Oklahoma. He is selling Chevrolets in that city. He intends to stay in Algona visiting friends until after the Fourth. Through an error last week's issue contained a local item which read that Mr. and Mrs. Lou Crammond of North Dakota were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver. It should have read Mr. and Mrs. Lou Weaver. Mr. Weaver is a brother of M. P. and has many friends who knew him when he was a resident here. Vernon Hohn is quite ill With inflammatory rheumatism at his home in Ringsted. The rheumatism has "affected his arms to the extent that he is unable to feed himself. His mother, Mrs. D.'W, Hohn, was at Blngsted most of last week to care for him.• She returned to Rmgsted 'again-Monday to assist Iri caring for,him: Mrs. Forest Putney, and brother, Geo. Johnson, and Mrs. Johnson are expected next week from their home in Denver for a visit-with their stater, Mrs. W. J. Becker of Algona, and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Johnson of Wesley. Mrs. Putney is secretary to the Vallery Bonding Company of Denver. Mr. Johnson is a banker. George Cole and daughter, Georgia and Elinor Ann, of Maxwell were in Algona Sunday visiting with' Algona relatives. Mrs. Cole has been in Algona about ten day helping to care for her mother, Mrs. I. G. Dewel, who has been ill. Mr. Cole and daughters returned to. Maxwell Sunday evening, but Mrs. Cole remained* Georgia was graduated in June from Rockford College, at Rockford, Illinois. Patients at the Kossutn hospital this week are Miss Bridget Gaffney, one of the nurs.es who is employed there who was operated on Thursday, June 26. Her sister, a trained nurse from Rockwell, is caring for her. On Tuesday morning a seven pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegner of Fenton. Mrs. Anna Beerman underwent a major operation Friday. On Friday a nine and a half pound daughter was born to Mr, and Mrs. Robert Loss. .The little one has been christened Jean Marie. New Victor Records 22436—You Darlin', Fox trot. There's a Tear for Every Smile in Hollywood, Fox trot. From First National Picture", "Show-Girl in Hollywood. Blue Steele and his Orchestra. 22430—There's Happiness Over the Hill, Fox trot. ^'Shoo, .the Hoodoo Away, Fox trot. From Pathe Picture "Swing High." George Olsen and his Music. 22439—Blue is the Night (From Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Picture, "Their Own Desire,")— James Melton. I Remember You from Somewhere, ("Somewhere in My Dreams")—James Melton, 22440— Dancing "With Tears in My Eyes. Johnny Marvin. I'm in the Market for You. (From William Fox Picture, "High Society Blues")— Johnny Marvin. 22438— Circus Echoes (Introducing Memphis, the Majestic) Ringling Brothers & Barnum & B&ilsy Eand, Entry of the Gladiators, Bingling Brothers & Barnuw & Bailey Baud with Calliope, The Radio Shop JJ6 North Thoringto» Mrs. Ann Fechne? has been 111 and confined to her home since Thursday. W. T. Fish, the Lone Rock implement man, was a business visitor in Algona yestctfday. C. H. and J. R. Blossom, two of Burt's leading citizens, were Aljrona visitors Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Holtzbauer, Lorraine Tiefneyj and Alice BeWmer spent Sunday at Clear Lake. .._. arid Mrs. Charles Hofius who live in Florida arrived last week for a visit with Kossuth county relatives. Mrs. A. tJhlehdorf came recently from Chicago to spend the summer with her daughter, Mrs. D. H. Goeders. Marie Beerman and Mrs. Loren Muikler returned to the Ohrischilles & Herbst store Monday after two weeks' vacation. Dallas Foster and Miss Martha Oreenley of Fort^ Dodge were guests Sunday at the home of Dallas' uncle, W. A. Foster. Attorney E. J. Van Ness and family are taking their aniial vacation and are sojourning in the big woods of northern Minnesota. Paul Fechner of LuVerne was In Algona Saturday. Mr. Fechner owns two houses hi Algona, and expects to move up here next year. Betty Hughes went home to Webster City Saturday after visiting the past week with her cousins, Helen, Gene- vleve and Jeannette Sterling. Miss Elsie Bpecht leaves Wednesday for a trip to Detroit and Canada. She is driving with a party of friends and will be gone about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Raney of Chicago are'visiting with relatives In Algona this week. Ralph.is engaged in painting and decorating hi the city. W. P. Hum, who has been' at Rochester for several weeks,'Is reported as doing nicely following an operation. He will undergo another operation before returning home. Eleanor Norton came home a week or so ago from Danbury, .Connecticut where she has been girls' advisor hi the high school hi that city for the past three years. Mr; and Mrs. R. G. Richardson and family .leave Thursday for Sioux City where they will spend the Fourth with Mrs. Richardson's relatives. They will return Sunday or Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen McMurray and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ogg came back Monday from & week's fishing trip to Lake Nokay, Minnesota. They report that the fishing was exceptional in that region Mr, and Mrs. Matt Kirsch of Bode are the parents of a fine ten pound girl who was born Tuesday morning at the Algona hospital. This is the second child. Matt Kirsch is a brother of. Tony Kirsch. Miss Gwen Christensen has resigned her position with the Algona Insurance Agency to accept a position at Spencer. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Christensen of Algona. She went to Spencer last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Johnson came home on Saturday from their western trip. They took then- daughter, Mrs Donald White, as far as Colorado Springs. From there she went to her home in, Grlend^le, California,, • Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Norman and family; and Mr. 'Norman's mother, Mrs Anders Anderson returned Friday from Omaha, where they had spent several days visiting with Mr, Norman's sister, Mrs. N. R. Carlson. Mrs. Orrie Lawrence visited from Friday until Tuesday with her parents Mr,, and Mrs. T. J. Vincent. She anc her husband are spending the summer at Clear Lake where they are-living in the. Tribon cottage on Algona Beach. Marriage license for the week were issued to Orville Hancock. Ruthven, and Leola Ellenbarger, Springdale, Arkansas; George Good, Aleona, and Phyllis Benson/ Algona; Irvln Jergens, Bradgate and Roberta Burris, Bradgate. Mrs. Anna March who has for several years, been cook at the Algona hospital, has rented the John Galbralth home, on East State street and will conduct a boarding and rooming house there. Mrs. Oscar Norman is now cooking at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hutchison and baby drove up from Cedar Rapids last Sunday for a week's visit at the A. Hutchison home. Donald is now a partner in the law firm of Deacon, Sargent, Spangler & Hutchison. He recently bought out the late James Good;s Jnterest. Mr. and Mrs. Angus Cotton of Chicago were in Algona Sunday visiting friends. They have been visiting Mr. Cotton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton at Lone Rock, Mr. Cotton is a graduate of the Algona high ••school, and was an outstanding football man on the local team. M?. and ^Mrjs. L. A. Buker have moved to Marshalltown where Mr. Buker has a position with a machine company. The apartment which they occupied at the home of Mrs. Leonore Peck, has been rented to Mr. and Mrs. Cochren of Webster City who expect to locate in Algona. Mr, and Mrs. Matt Lamuth and family left Saturday for Grey Eagle, Minnesota, where they will spend two weeks' vacation. Mr. Lamuth Is the manager of the local Swift plant. Ralph Lamuth, who Is manager of a Swift plant at Faribault, Minnesota, will join his parents at Grey Eagle. Miss Jean Gait, of Washington, D. O., visited last Friday with her friend, Mrs. M. A. Stewart of Yankton, South Dakota, who was visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. B. F. Reed. Friday was Mr. and Mrs. Stewart's wedding anniversary, and Miss Gait, who attended their wedding last year, came to spend the day with them. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart and the latter's uncle, Henry Hudson, who was visiting here, drove to Yankton Saturday to spend a week. They will return to Algona next Saturday. Bwrt Man to Receive Pension. J, A- Freeh received a telegram from Congressman L, J, Dickinson Monday stating that tHe pension of Chas. Schra ft been allowed at .40.00 DAffiYCALFCLUBS HELDCO. TOURS Visited Farms Throughout County and Held Judging Contests for Members. BABY BEEF TOUR TO BE HELD JULY 12. Kossuth Farmers to Visit Ames on July 7 and see Agricultural Engineering and Economic Divisions. The Algona dairy calf club held Its tour on Saturday of last week. Stops were made at the Godfredson, Leners, Hlg, Jewell Patterson and Chester Schoby farms. The. program included work on feed and management of the calves, work on judging, how to show calves, blanket making and other material of value to the club members. Time out for a picnic lunch was taken at the Schoby farm. Twenty boys and girls and some of their parents were present. Claude Wessell and Jewell Patterson, local club leaders and John Thorngren, county club agent, were in charge of the tour. West Bend Tour. The West Bend dairy calf club tour was also held last week on Tuesday. Barney Downing, local club leader and cow tester for the West Bend association, cooperated hi making the tour a success. The West Bend club is composed of thirty .members and practically all were in attendance. Stops were made at the Bonnstetter, 'Jurgen, Struthers, Chambers and Bernlnghaus farms. Organization Meetings. In addition to the two tours the club program has recently Included organization meetings of the Titonka and Ledyard dairy calf cluBs and of the baby beef club at St. Joe,-as wer as a meeting of the Swea City club. The following ten boys from the county have .enrolled to attend the boys' Four-H club camp at Camp Fos ter on East Okoboji, July 3-4-5-6 Richard Kent and Edward Funnemark of the Wesley club; Vern Patterson and Eldon Shaw of the Algona club Harold Evans and Clayton Roalson o_ the Swea City club; Alvin Erpelding; Richard Thul, Eugene Zelmet and Arthur Plathe of the St. Joe baby beef club. Baby Beef Tour. Carl Oldsen, secretary of the Iowa Beef Producers' association will be in the county July 12, at which time a baby beef tour,will be held. Work on the preparation of the dairy demonstration teams to compete at the Kossuth county fair will be gotten under way next week. The initial tryouf for the livestock Judging team to represent the county at the state; fair wil be held soon. Club members are urged to make plans to compete for the team. Garden Club Work. All colt, poultry, lamb and garden club members have been visited dijr- ing the past" month.'Mrs. Will Wels brod of Fenton Is promoting the garden club work there. Very good results can be noted. Kossuth Farmers to Visit Ames. Much interest has been evidencec in the Kossuth county tour to Iowa State College, which has been scheduled for Monday, July 7. Everyone in the county is Invited to attend anc farm folks and their friends who make the trip from Kossuth county will meet at Morrill Hall on the campus at ten a m. Grant Chapman, superintendent of tours, will "direct the day's activities which will include visits to the agricultural engineering, home economics and veterinary divisions. The dairy and poultry farms will be visited in the morning and a livestock exhibil will be prepared for the visitors at the meat laboratory, followed by visits to the alfalfa and clover plots, the agronomy farm and engineering section. The women will visit the home economics department, greenhouses anc radio station. All who make £he trip will find the visit made interesting and enjoyable by the explanation and discussion of points of interest by those in charge in the various departments WEST BEND NEWS. B. T, Stover was a Rodman visitor on Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Al Falb were Algona visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Alice Pease Is slowly Improving from her recent severe illness. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jolllffe spent Sunday at the home Of Mrs. Alice Pease. Oscar Riley Is the proud owner of a new Chevrolet truck purchased this week at Whittemore. Mir. and Mrs. Iver Brown and sons of Rolfe spent Sunday at the home of Mrs, J. S. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Giles Gelst of Gilmore City were callers at the W. E. White lome Sunday morning. Mrs. H. I. Pharo is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Johnson in Stewartsville, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos and daughter and Miss Ivadel Cleal spent Sun- wlth relatives at Rolfe. Oscar and Lyman Riley and Misses Laverlta Riley and Mae Sloan were Whittemore visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Morey and fam ily of near Cylinder spent Sunday a the home of Mrs. B. A. Morey. The Home Department of the Presbyterian Sunday School met with Mrs. J, L. Henry Thursday afternoon. Jos. Mikes returned ..last week from the Black Hills, where he spent the winter seeking relief from asthma. Lee Post of Pierre, South Dakota, is visiting his brother, Guy Post, and family. He will worts here this summer, Call Theatre ——=AL CON A • " m .r The most beautiful small town theatre in America. Marvelous Sound—Western Electric. Our guarantee—comfortable and happy any time or you? money back. The $6,000.00 "Kooler Aire" System makes this possible. JULY 4tH 10*30 A, M,, and Every Two Hour s Buddy sings Seven Songs Plays fciano Has Five 'Love Affairs. CHARLES 'BUDOr ROGERS "Safety m Numbers Q. QaramauM Dictu TheStoryv; Buddy is 20' years" bicLv He ' ^inherits' $350,000.000. » It * Ul'i * rtrt'i, ., A rich, uiiple., * <:>'.-, hires- o Fol:;,;;;lies'' girls tC,»' r/educate Bud- U'dy^ri; 'fcity < :vwayjJ v ^:He : '••;;• getj ''a.';';great// educations, W The big show all day and all night — 10:30 a. m. and every ^o hours. VAX- V M¥'.< SATURDAY"* JULY 5— 1:30 p. m, and every two no son and his wild, hard-riding cow boys in "THE'* STRANGER." ; •V& • f* «! lootGib- *%»: 'H- ^ $J wil SUNDAY, JULY 6 arid 7—Lillian GfeK, Conrad Dresser in "ONE ROMANTIC NIGHTn^B'fe* r'A. spi f <' I'fcu SUN. 4 MON., JULY 6-7. JOfIMI M. ICUINCK /«»* • LILLIAN CI$U RODLAROCQUE CONRAD NACEL MARIE DREStLER O-P'UEGGIE ToMM W. COMIIDINE.J*, ?***&* ^.^ TUBS. & WED., JULY 8-9 flhi^^^^i^ ^^.- ^^^^»i_ Holiday rt<*j > 5 ••sis W&40-U- t&r."'' f). Always Cool at the Call Do places—do things—touring season ft here. Terrta ,$8,65. OiSmp cots Majestic' Seat Qavers, Chevrolet (3.6$. Tteer }QO par cent pure IT^io per qti pa?-lots,. 8 Mr. and Mrs, George Simmons and son, Ralph, and Mrs. Ida Riley of Irvington spent Sunday at the Wm. Riley home. Mrs. Ernest Dick and children and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barber and family were Emmetsburg visitors Saturday evening. Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Zimmerman and family attended the Ladies Aid meeting at the church in Rodman Wednesday. Ernest Dick left Thursday evening for Kansas City, Missouri, where he will consult specialists in regard to his health. Misses Myrtle and lola Barber of Whittemore spent a few days the past week with Dorothy Miller and other friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dick and son, Duane, and Dicky, motored to Livermore Wednesday for a visit with Mr. Dick's mother. Mr; and Mrs. Prank Collins and sons Francis and Donald, of Livermore were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Riley. Miss Lulu Fisher is spending her vacation with her mother snd pOier relatives. She is taking nunes' train- Miss Lavevita Riley returned to her home at Livermore Thursday after a few days' visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Riley. Mrs. George Emerson and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Emerson of St. Louis drove to Marshalltown Tuesday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Garthwaite. Mrs. J. O. Kongsbach and son, Quen- tln, left Thursday morning for Tulsa, Oklahoma, for a visit of two weeks with Mrs. .Kongshach's daughter, Mrs. Black, and family- . . The Royal Neighbors held a tea at the Methodist church basement Thursday afternoon. A program was given and refreshments were served. A good crowd attended. Mrs. Bancroft and son and Miss Edith Holmes of Sioux Palls, South Dakota, spent last week, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Lockwood. They returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Cunningham spent Sunday visiting relatives at Auburn, Iowa. Miss Oolletta, who has been there for two weeks, returned home with them Monday morning. Williams arrived home Monday from Lynchburg, Virginia, where he spent the past; year teaching music. He wjll spend the summer with his mottwr, Mrs, T. W. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hayne and daughter, Margaret and son, Lloyd, returned Wednesday from Chicago, where they spent the week end at the home of Mrs. Hayne's brother, John Walker and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dick and sons, Duane and Robert and Richard of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, arrived in West Bend Tuesday afternoon for a visit at the home of Mr. and-Mrs. H. R. Bell. Rev. E. E. Zimmerman and daughters Eletha and Margaret motored to Om- ahst last Monday to attended the funeral Of Dr. Patton, well known oculist. Rev. Zimmerman and Dr. Patton were classmates in college. Tuesday morning when Miss Nellie Fogarty was backing out from the curb on main street, her car hit the Henry Elsler car, breaking a wheel and bend- Ing a fender. No one was hurt. Adam Eisler was driving the Elsler car. Miss Helen Watson has been wear- Ing a bandage on her eye the past week because of an accident to her glasses. Little Dean Brlggs threw a marble to a companion and the marble hit '4 lense in her glasses breaking the' glass into her eye. Dr. Qlvens was summoned at once and removed the glass. She ill feeling no ill effects of the accident, although it might have been

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