The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 16, 1930 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 16, 1930
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f he tftme? Des Moines-fteptiMidfttt, July 16,1930 . _X^^- - -* *--* -•-"• •'-— .^w^^iA^aiA—jj^Maia^-&a.j—-^^jga^^^aaaiiw^aMtlaaaM**** . 6! FMtoh was & vis- Mt ffi Argons, Sattird&y. tSafiikef Beott Haana 6f LuVerne ' tftrisaeted business th AlgWfc 8atur* French, the fitonka lumber jnan was to. Algona on business Saturday. ft A. Kent and family left Sunday for Yellowstone national Park on their vacation. -Mrs. Joel Herbst-is enjoying a vaca- tlon from the Ohristensen Brothers' :6toreihis week* John McEnroe, young son of Mr. and Mrs, Mike McEnroe, underwent a sinus operation one day last Week. 'MT. and Mrs. Stanley Keith are the i parents of a nine pound son bom at 'the Algona hospital recently. •Mra. George Platt and son, George Of Neosho, Missouri, are visitors with re .latlves in Algona at |his tirne. - Eugene Pearson andjjkarold Cosgrove .drove to Hampton lap Week" to work for the Fox Construction GompanJ?- '" J. A. Freeh, district supervisor of the 3Bf. A. Y., left Sunday for Des Moines to attend a convention of supervisors. , John Long, £he Iowa Falls monument man, who was to business here for several years, was a visitor to Algona Mon (day. ^Mrs/ft. Maiarky" of Chicago spent fjrom Tuesday until Thursday of last •Week with her friend, Mrs. Edythe L ' Bill bailey left Friday for Camp Fos- '.fer.iwherete will spend a week or ten days. ,He spent several days at the camp last year. , . , R'. Si Blossom drove to Cedar Falls last Friday and visited with his sls- ter-lnrlaws; the Misses- Grace and Margaret Batt.> Banker John" Oullert' and Tony Bchrnidt two, 'of Whittetnore's promi- iierit business men, were in AlgOna 6n Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloom spent Sunday at Mason City with Joe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bam Bloom. While la MaSoh Olty he tfied out one of the new miniature golf courses.,. A daughter Was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Briggs ffi Fairmont last Thursday. "Soup" is one' of the popular barbers in the Clement & Brlggs barber shop under the Algona hotel, A daughter was born EJunday night to Mrs. T. A. Vau* at the Algona hospital.- Mrs. Vaux lives hi stlllman Valley, Illinois, and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Pearson of Algona. Senator-elect and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson arrived home from Washington, D. 0., Saturday to spend the summer in Algona. The children will come out later driving the Dickinson car. Bill Plxler, who recently sold his cafe In Eagle Grove and with Mrs. Pbder, spent several weeks with their Algona friends, has purchased and taken possession of a restaurant at Evanston, Illinois. J. M .Ryan of Muiot, North Dakota, Was in Algor(a for a short time Satur* day looking up old friends. Mr. Ryan used to make Algona a year or so ago when he was with the Purina Mills of Minneapolis. •Mr. • and Mrs. Floyd Gardner, the latter 1 *! father, O. D. Ward, and his son, Arthur, returned Thursday from a trip to Kansas where they-apent'two days-. At Lebanon they .visited Mr. Ward's two sisters and at topeka'lhey visited a brother of the late Mrs. Ward. •; Mr. and r "Mrs. H. N. Krtisei accompanied by-their daughteV-in-law, Mrs. Hubert Kruse and. daughter, Patricia, 6f OWe!,. Nebraska, ..who .are visiting iere, drov£ to Minneapolis' Monday to attend the funeral of. Mr; Kfuse's neph- attend the funeral Of. . ew. Homer Ferris. They returned to Al- gonffMTonday.rilght. " business Monday, 1 Dr. Lawrence Mosbach a former ^Whittemore boy, was l an Algona visitor 'Sunday. He is now practicing veterlpL- ary medicine in*,HU|aboldte ? | v W. H. Freeman returnea from'.Davenport last Thursday where he had Tieen called by the serious illness of a sSster; -.He left his- sister.but .slightly improved, H. H. Clapsaddle a former fanner living northeast of Algona, now a rural letter carrier out of Webster, Wiscon, suvwos calling on old friends here this week. Miss Olive Lewis, who is a clerk at -the Chrischilles & Herbst store, was compelled to take an enforced vacation the first of the week because of trouble -with her ankle. "\ - Mr. and Mrs. Otto Falkenhainer were *alled to Long Prarie, Minnesota, this .w&ek to attend the funeral of Mrs. Fal. .kennalner's brother, Dr. J. Thornquest of Glendale, California. Mr. and Mrs, O. Madsori, L. O. Haft- son and Raymond' Cook motored to Waterloo to spend Sunday. Tommy and John Kohlhaas, Jr., spent the last week with their uncle on his farm near LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Pecarek of Chicago visited all of last week at the home of the latter^slster, Mrs. Irvin Ursh. Mr. and Mrs. P, J. Chrlstettsen and two children, John and Joyce, are spending this 1 week at their cottage at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs Harold Neville and .two children and Mr. and Mrs. John Shad of Hope, Minnesota, left last week on a western trip. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard flemey and little son, Craig, of Mason city spent Sunday at the home of Bernard's mother, Mrs. George Holtebauer. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Schroyer and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dovey of Hampton spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Schroyer's daughter, Mrs. Victor Lowe. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Little and two children spent Sunday in Humboldt where they were dinner guests of Mr. Little's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Little. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Butler are now living hi the O. W. McMurray house on West McGregor street Mrs. Butler was before her marriage, Miss Zada Flnnell. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith returned Friday from a vacation trip of a week. They spent several days at Clear Lake Where they had a cottage and also visited in Minnesota, Miss Alma Grelner is now employed at the Tire Service Station morning and at the Godden Monument Company in the afternoons. Dr. R. M. Wallace and E. J- ' came -home Thursday \' , John A. -BlggSj , a ..nephew of • J*rs. W. H. Freeman, visited In' Algona at the Freeman* home lasfc-Thur?day.,Mr. Biggs who lives at Mandanv North Dakota, is general agent for the Curtis* Publishing Company, having North Dakota, South Dakota 'and Nebraska under bis supervision. •; t Rev. and Mrs.'C. E; Carl,, left" Monday .for sonr an -auto trip' from Walker, ,, . through Yellowstone Park and points west. Carl will go on to Calfornla and will return in two weeks while his parents will' stay for about five weeks. Rev. Olsson is pastor of the Fust Lutheran church In Algona. Mr. and Mrs. George Boevers were over from Mason City last Friday looking after their farm north of town and visiting their friends. The former Boevers farm home, one of the finest in the county, is again owned by them, and they are contemplating returning. here and making their home on the place if they can dispose of their fine home In Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Boevers, who have lived In Mason City for about ten years, will be welcomed back by their many old friends. , wvwwyuwwwvvwv Call Theatre Minnesota, where they had spent two a^on a fishing trip. They fished at Federal: Dam and caught some nice . * ~ ittv "and Mrs. Fred W. wehler and son Raymond, drove to Des Moines on Sunday after . Raymond's daughter, Peggy Jane, who had spent three weeks visiting her mother at Omaha and with other relatives . Miss Gladys Mahana of Davenport came" Sunday for avtyt withher sls- terv Mrs. 'Herman Hauberg. The Hau- berea drove to' Nora Springs after her. Miss-Mahana is cashier for a loan company * to, Davenport. • Miss Betty Elliott, who had been a guest' of her sorority sister, Lucille Windell, for a few days, left Saturday for Davenport, where she will joto her moffier and return to her home in Inglewood, California. Mrs. Earl Stenson of Chicago came Sunday from Chicago for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Roy Brownell She was accompanied by her small son, and a friendr Mrs. Elmer Fennow and son, also of Chicago. They will be here about two weeks. Mrs. A. S. Ferryman of Atlantic, Iowa, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. E. Michel. She returned to Algona about ,ten days ago with Mrs. Michel and two sons who had visited to Allan-* tic for several days. Mr. Ferryman, who came 1 with them, ^ returned home 'last week., -"•(-, ;£ „ . Mr.-and Mrs.', Humn ; -White are lending this week»at Clear-Lake to the ^^tihnson cottage?? Hiram's sister, ^^•BucMftnd ^"*— «* Miss katherlne Guehl is visiting with friends at Merrill, Iowa, this week. Mr. ahd Mrs. John Prankl and family are spending their vacation in the Black Hills. Df. F. W. Cairy of Sioux City spent several days last week In Algona and vicinity on business. Miss Ge*lna Janssen of Lakota was operated on for appendicitis at the Algona hospital Saturday. Mrs. tT, G. Hall of Kansas City, formerly Miss Ella Helgens of Algona, visited relatives here during the past Week. Mrs. Arthur Ferguson and two boys are here from Keokuk visiting at the home of Mrs. Ferguson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Norton. Mrs. Ella Laird is spending three weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Theodore Aulman of Des Moines at Spirit Lake. She has Ween gone a little over a Week, Mrs. H. H. Barger ahd daughter, Ber- nlta, of Cedar Falls, came Tuesday morning for a visit with the former's brother? J. A. Freeh and family, and with other relatives. The Brownell shoe store Is having a big clearance sale this month to which they offer many excellent bargains to their customers. Thejr ad apears to another part of the paper. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jergenson of Fort Dodge spent Sunday with Miss Mabel Thelin at the Kossuth hospital, where Miss Thelin is employed as a nurse. Mrs. Jergenson is a sister of Miss Thelin. Marie Wehler left Saturday for San Francisco to visit her sister, Mrs. A. W. Farrell, who will be remembered as Miss Gertrude Wehler. She is having her vacation from the Haggard & Fal- kenhalner Insurance office, and will be gone about three weeks. Edward Rammer came home last week from Rochester, Minnesota, where he underwent an operation for kidney trouble some weeks ago. The. doctors there told him that he would get over his trouble and that he could go to his home to Great Falls, Montana, soon. Ed. Is the son of Greg Rammer. Mrs. W. P. Hemphlll is visiting in Kansas City this week. James Sheridan of Bancroft was an Algona business visitor Tuesday. E. J. Murtagh is leaving today for Waverly to attend the funeral of an aunt. Rev. W. A. Frazler drove to Madison, Wisconsin, last week on business, returning Monday. Vernon Reeves, who is employed at Wesley spent Sunday with Mrs. Reeves at the Mrs. Samp home. Melvln Hocktnson Is enjoying a two weeks' vacation at the home of his sister, in Red Wing, Minnesota. | Sheriff and Mrs. L. E. Hovey and son j Eldon, left this morning for a weeks vacation In northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rustemeler spent Sunday at Bancroft. Mr. Rustemeler Is employed at the Algona Hog Market. J E. Plndell of Fort Dodge visited Miss Vesa Hiarter latet weefe. Miss Harter is a nurse at the Eossuth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Vincent visited at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Vincent on Monday. Miss Wilma Selpman left Wednesday for Belle Plaine where she will visit her grandmother, and other relatives and friends. Dr. and Mrs. K. R. Ferguson returned to their home in Ames last week after several days' visit at the home of Mrs. Pure Ice Cream The kind that melts quickly is a Wholesome,;fin-- crgizing Food. The kind we manufacture at tlie Algonquin Confectionery Where friends meet to enjoy a treat of otir delicious Home Made Ice Cream or Dainty Lunch. The Best of Candies, Cigars, Cigarettes, • 101 East State Street Algeria, Io#a' Ferguson's sister, Mrs. W. J. Becker. Mrs. S. E. McMahon and daughter Ruth, Mrs. C. B. Murtagh and Mrs. Ralph Horlgan drove to Minneapolis for a visit Wednesday. They Intend to return on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. William Anderegg of West Bend, accompanied by a daughter and her son and daughter of Danvers, Illinois, were Algona visitors yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Sorstedt spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Nelson at Orleans. Mr. Nelson was form- County Recorder Mrs. Laura Paine and her daughter, Marie, accompanied by Miss Eva Strelt, left Thursday night for Detroit, wnere Mrs. Paine and Marie will visit then 4 son and brother, Roland. Eva went on to Lapeer, Michigan, to visit her brother, Fred, and. family. They will be gone about two weeks. ,, H. M. Thllges took Mrsi. Thilges to Mason City Sunday, where she took the evening train to St. Louis to be with her daughter, Miss Valeria, -who Is having source orthopedic work done in the McLaln Sanitarium. If Miss Valeria gets along all right she expects to bring her home the latter part of August. Mr. and Mrs. John Nlles of Eldora are spending a month in Algona. Mrs. Niles, before her marriage was Miss Marie Plathe, former Kossuth county home demonstration agent. She is doing some extension work, and her husband who has been known in the county through his poultry work, is culling chickens. \, ' Mr. and Mrs R.'E. Whitney 'of Fond du'Lao, Wisconsin, are the parents of a baby -daughter, who was born Thursday, July 10. She is the first child, and the first grandchild for Mrs. E.O. dov The . . erly assistant receiver lor the closed banks here. Mrs." John Harter of Fort Dodge visited Miss Vera Harter at the Kossuth hospital last week. Miss Harter returned with her and spent Sunday in Fort Dodge. Miss Ernestine Chubb is home from Frederlcksburg, Maryland, for a-vlsit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O/T. Chubb. Ernestine Is home demonstration agent at Fredericksburg, Mrs. James Patterson was 111 several he Misses Jennie and Katherlne Coort ; days last week and confined to her home. Rev. ™ Y W. A. Frazler returned Monday morning from Madison, Wisconsin, where he had spent a week. Miss Bertha Waterman, who teaches at Rock Island, is spending^the summer with her sister, Mrs. A. J. Schnepf. Harold Turner, who is now engaged In business in San Antonio, Texas, is here visiting with his mother and other ey and they will continue to, make i heir home. T t .. and last Mr. and Mrs. O. ft' MalOn* son, Merrill, left Wednesday of relatives. Miss Katherlne Van Ness will at- Mr. home and Mrs. Henry Becker came .««« Tuesday •from a trip through southern Minnesota and South Dakota. They were gone about ten days, ana vislteo^fflends apd relatives. Betty Kellenberger of Davenport came Sunday night for a visit with her sorority sister, Ruth McMahon. sne left this morning .tor Okobojl to attend an Alpha Chi Omega sorority house party. Ed. and Torkel Hill drove to Minneapolis last Wednesday on a business trip While there they took in part of the golf tournament which was held at the Interlachen club. They came back last Friday. A. K. Cliff l 'had toe mtefortune of spraining his'back ratr Thursday while helping He has been confined to ms Dicklhson,.deputy Bounty - w ^ -. , Oool and comfortable on*»*www— —^ ~— *i — • — --- *«*«<>«" «x«« «* ent ; An Immense power plant.' 13 horse power motors. /JW-galtons of . water rtote cools/cleans and purifies 50,000 cubic feet of air and We wae .drives It through the theatre under control from the box office. We 'ke th/Weather that suits you-always. Make your suggestions to the it, hi one -minute, , . 'make thWeather that ,ushers. We; can change Ma- THUKS. & FEI., '•Entertainment to-'a' big way. ttaee" 2:30 Thursday 1 " iOc-30c, :- V,Alice. White . . and a remtfrkable cast to' '•SWEET MAMMA." 'Corking racketeering yam. < A Honr kv-Tonk 'show stranded to.a small town giving Alice White and chor- a chance. Also— » Talking News—New. Tears! Laughs 1 Love! Thrills! Jnlldren. They were young. They ad their own , lives 1» live. iEvery day talk). us SAT., TOLY 19—BIO SPECIAL One of the big ones. 2:30 matinee prices lOc-SOc. •C! Bad Map's h^ven fascinating land festering intrigues' .of outcasts,' Also— Talking Comedy. The gay, reckless generation dealing with its elders. Also News and Vltaphone Vaudeville. L"& TUBS., JULY 21-22 r matinee at 2:30—10c-30c. JUMT It's big in a big way. one pT m. and every It's cool at tlw Call. Louis Mann one of the world's greatest actors. Robert Montgomery Elliott Nugent Leila Hyams 'in J Jtriftl*lW*Vj Wftw-'W*!***-"***""** ~~ ~—' *1 _.i ents, Mr/and ,Mrs. W. A. White, expert to joto $henv the middle of the wee^ fora few days'outtog. ' - ( ,Mr. and Mrs. Wm...Selpman, J^, are the parents of a baby girl who arrived Sunday at Mrs.'Stebbtas' hospital. ThiB is then- second child.*' The older s one Is staying with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman'.Dau. Mr. Selpman was employed at the Silverberg store until It was discontinued. . Mr, and Mrs. Godfrey Johnson and six months' old son, .Tommy-of Bg,t- tle Creek, Michigan, came Saturday for a two weeks' visit at the home of Godfrey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Johnson, and with Mrs. Johnson's father, A. Guehl. Godfrey is employed to a valve factory to Battle Creek. Mrs. Sylvia Gunn and daughter, Betty, came home Sunday morning from Oberlin, Ohio, where they had spent three weeks visiting friends. Mrs. Gunn took some summer school work at the conservatory. Miss Jeannette Goeders played the organ at the Congregational church while Mrs. Gunn was away. Sam Arnold of Klrksvllle, Missouri, and his two sisters, Mrs. J. Prancfe Brown of Armarillo, Texas, and Alice of Kirksville, left Monday after a visit of a few days at the home of pr. t and Mrs. w! D. Andrews. Mrs,/ Bypw£s husband - and Dr. Andrews, ^ brothers. Dr, Brown is W Armarillc-; J - Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Olapsaddle •moved this week into then- home on North Phillips street which was occupied until recently by Mr. and Mrs, Donald Nugent. The Nugents moved into one of the Cowan bungalows on East Elm street which was until recently occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Joel Herbst, The ***"": ™" n_.i u « i« 4-Vinl** vianr - g her manriage, osteopath Who gets the best breaks? Thrilling Mysterious Billy Dove as ft Frenchy hotej maid witfe six big fupporttog^tarB^ WEP Features, & THPBS., JVW mattoee »t Herbsts are now living in their new home on South Thortogton street. ' Karl Lueders and »ttj,e spn of Atkins, Iowa, wjas to Algona Monday and paid Rev. Dubbe a short visit. Mr. Lueders Is an acquaintance of Rf»v, Dubbe and said he x contemplated moving to Algona with his fajnily if he was able to secure a house here. He is the representative of a home remedy medicine company and for several years has been living at Atkins, which is seven miles east of Cedar Rapids. ' Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Miller and qhUd- ren of Washington, P. 0., are expected to Algonft today for a visit with Mrs. Miller's brother, W. H. Godden. They will go from here to Emmeteburg to visit Mrs, Miller's parents. Mr. Miller has a month's vacation. He is district supervisor of the closed national banks to several states. There are five men to his office and they have all the .closed national banks In the United States in charge. Mr, and Mrs. George Russell and two children of Glendale, California, came Saturday and haw been guests at ttie bow pf, Mr. and Mrs, Maro Moore. Mr?. BiMMUm befi»t l» wgMe. .Miss Miss.'Ellzabet Mr. and Mrs. Austuv.Fox of'New York have Been visiting at the home of- the former's' mother, Mrs. M.> E. Worster and also- with his sister, Mrs,. Cleve Stewart and Jfamllyi Another sister, Mrs.-Cora'Virgin, is -here from Lincoln, Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. Fox are enroute to California and are driving through in then- car.. . ^ i Mr. and MM. W. A. Foster -and daughter, Mary Elizabeth, returned on Saturday from Chicago and Janesvllle, Wisconsin. Mr. Foster went into Chicago on business while Mrs. Foster and Mary Elizabeth visited the Hartmans at Janesville. Mary Joyce Hartman returned with them, and will visit here until some time in August when her family expects to drive out here. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aman enjoyed a visit from the latter's sister, .Mrs, John Halverson of Stoughten, Wisconsin, a nephew, Adrian Halverson and his wife of Rockford, Illinois, a brother, Albert Aman of Chicago and Mrs. Kate Aman and daughter, Laura, of Milwaukee. Miss Laura is employed | In government service in Milwaukee and holds a very responsible position. Mr, and Mrs. Carl Krug and three children of Bopne have rented the W. O. Good house on South Dodge street and are now located in Algona. Mr. Krug is driving a mill for the Portable Milling Company. The mill grinds any kind of feed, including corn, wheat, oats, barley, alfalfa, etu. It is mounted on a truck and goes from farm to farm to grind feed. Mr, and Mrs. Good have moved into their new bungalow. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell and Mr. and 'Mrs. Carl Walker left Wednesday for the Black Hills, in South Dakota. They will visit relatives a1| Brookings, Wakonda and Pierre. Mrs. Maxwell was formerly Zelba Patterson and Mrs. Walker was Roby Miner of Algona but now of Hobarton. Robert, the son of the Maxwells, is visiting with his grandparents, Jewell -M. Patterson. The Walkers' son, Charles is home^toce ttiat time but IB gradually getting over the effects. > •>-•-** Mr. and Mrs.,,0, Popart ol stopped at. the L. J. Nelson Monday for .a'visit/ They were on their way"home "Jrom Charles City where Mn Hart'jiad been doing some-surveying^. Hart is superintendent,^ the Bancroft schools. , .__ ft [ Bridget Gaffney, one of the nuroco af:the Kossuth hospital, .fcas recovered sufficiently.fromL . Jw recent IVllEKt Jt^€»v»*wi »»»w » —« — tend summer school at Cedar Falls. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs, J2. J. Van Ness took her as far as Mason City Sunday. Herbert French leaves Thursday for Seattle, Washington, where he is employed in a lumber yard. He has been here for about ten days. Jerry Turner is at Spencer this week helping out at the Steele store while one of the men is away on a vacation Jerry is employed at the Steele store here. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon French and -two children left Saturday for their home In Philadelphia after a ten day visit with relatives and friends in the county. Mrs. Sam Hedrick is reported as no improving as rapidly as was hoped for from her injuries received to an automobile accident and is very badly bruised. Only two marriage licenses were issued the past week. They were to Wm. Evans and Juanlte, Hutchinson, both of Swea City and Neal Anderson and Ethel Jager, both of West Brool?, Minnesota, " * ' ' „ The Mrs, Grace BeaW house on-Call street was sold a while ago to^R. F» Donovan. B\Jllf ***X>klhU«r •»•«.»• ..— • week for Colorado Springs,, where, they will spend the remainder of the summer. Mr. Malone'has been suffering from hay fever andwas'BO miserable that they decided' to leave'f of "the west earlier thantiiftlal._ .J, : ; ; -;'-' i// ' f * Mrs. Hattle Stewart and daughters, BesSle and Jewell, came t from Dubuque the fore part of last week .for a visit with her sister, Mte JVB 1 . Cook. They left -Thursday j to the; Stewart car accompanied ,by. .Mrs.-'. J,.v.9P. Cook for a-vlsit .with relatives la South Dakota andrfrom-', there will go to.the Black HWo^d^eUowstoe^atto- al Hark;. They.''wdllo!also, vdslt.trw ladies' mother,.tMrs.i>Mi.E,.Shirk,1n Fort Benton, Montana. •Mrss.Shlrk^baa visited in Algona r for the past four summers. The party expjcto ,to be gone six weeks. , Fenton Defeated East Chain Sunday. Fenton, July IB. Special: Fenton^wbn a five toning game from East Chain Sunday at Wilbert, Minnesota, ttsr" a newly organized team with Hendrli sen onlhe mound and had little tar* le in scoring eight runs „ \5rnlto, opponents failed to scorei lected three Stogies out of f bat. Next Sun(iay'Pentpn;pli sted at Fentorm?,*; "" .-M1SS staying with the Miners. The group will make the trip in the Maxwell car. Wana, daughter of Jewell M. Pat- ' Thursday from operatlon-to leave.the week for her home at Rockwell, plans to be home about two: weeks, until she Is strong enough to resume her duties. •••;•'" "•""•'.:."•'.• ; ••• •^'•-••'•••\.••.:•'•. Mr. and Mrs..' George Johnson •" and Mrs. Forest Putney left Tuesday-. for their home to Denver after visiting for over a week at the home of their sister Mrs. W. J. Becker, of Algona, and with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ja- pob Johnson of Wesley. Mr. and Mis. George Elbert and Mrs. Eugene Keneflck drove to Boone on Sunday and saw the Dodge Eight which Started July first from Detroit, Michigan on a marathon over the United States. The car wUl be driven until it runs no more. It Is to be driven as any average car Is driven for the purpose, f demonstrating the durability of the Dodge motor. Members of the Congregational Sun- ay School, who had been attending lie Young People's conference at OKOM cameThome Monday after a week's utlng. Those who attended the con-, erence were Norma Raney, WUiam 'ergufeon, Arba Dee Long, and WUlard liegle£ 1|hey were chaperoned by «lrs chas. Lathrop. Mr. Lathropi spent torn Tuesday until Friday with them. Mr. and Mrs. N. O, Skow and daughter, Helen, Miss Dorothy Turner, all of Chicago'and Harold Turner of San Antonio, Texas, are visiting their moth- Mrs. Kathertoe Turner and their sisters, Mrs. G. M. White and Mis* Grace Turner. Mr. Skow is head of the art department for the Fox studios and supervises the decorative department for two theatres to Cfc 10 ^ 0 :.*! 6 s a graduate of the Chicago art institute. Glen Turner of Storm Lake is ;he only member of the family who club station convention. She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Morris J. Schock, Mr. and Mrs. Schock and their daughter, Betty Elaine and Marjorie Cunningham daughter of Prof. J. 0. Cunningham Prof, Cunningham Is now in Europe doing research work for the college The party returned to Ames Sunday Miss Patterson is expected home some time to August for a short visit. She will attend the Ames high school this fall. Mr. and Mrs. L. E, Lanphear and four children of Sonnette, Montana, leave today for their home after a visit of several days with Mrs. Lanphear s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Presnell. - Dave been up uj Minnesota at»*B ft Bible, conference of five *, BttR&esQte, Montana, and North - ^ ^- -Thioft w»s held at Alexandria,. Mr. over ftfteen bun- The 'house IB, occupied -,by PEACHES CHERRIES, white 'APRICOTS ___ - PRUNES ___. CHERRIES Pitted CHERRIES, Bik. CHERRIES, Black Pitted ---- BLACKBERRIES PINEAPPLE, PORK & BEANS GOOSEBERRIES' PINEAPPLE, Qg c broken or sliced ... ^^ LOGANBERRIES 1 CHERRIES J f ! t AC Eed Pitted :^^-^*: v " ^ ;e cannot be home to enjoy the reunion. Last week the patients at the Kossuth hospital were Mrs. OF. Wegener Fenton to whom a baby boy was July 1st; Mrs. Ben Anllker of of born West Bend to whom a baby boy was born July 4th; Mrs. Emma Nelmler of Livermore, who was a medical patient; Robin Harr, of Bwea City, who suffered a broken leg Saturday night when hit by a car. Bobby Amunson had his tonsils removed Monday. Patients dismissed last week were Madison Humphrey of Algona; Mrs. Dennis Wegener of UvemuSe and ; Mrs. Robert LOSS confer'' he remem- and infant of Algona. week at the hospital Patients this are Florence Hoppe of Bode, who was operated on ence Yeager of Garner who also had Saturday for appendicitis; Miss Plor, her appendix removed; Lorene Trenary pf Bancroft; Richard Nlver of Lu- Verne, who suffered a broken hip; Er- lok Strom of Algona, who is a medical patient. Dismissed patients ate Robert Harr of Swea Olty and Mrs. O. P. Wegener and infant of Fenton. Special-Tube repair ktti 30 y wth only-ltoat ». «-ta. 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