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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, July 3d, 1030 Aubrey Bonham Marriott— Aubrey Bonham, coach of the local high school, was married last Thursday morning in the MaBOh City Methodist parsonage to Margaret Wallace of Santa Clara, California. After the ceremony the couple drove to the groom's home in Earlville, Iowa. Mr. Bonham returned to Algona after a few days and the bride is expected here tomon-ow. They will make their home with Mrs. E. C. Dickinson, where they will have light housekeeping rooms. , Mr. Bonham is the son of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Bonham of Earlville and is a graduate of Iowa State Teachers' College at Cedar Falls. He has been with iAt locftl high school for the past three years.' Mi's, fionham U a daugh- .tter.of.Mr. and Mrs. David Wallace ''•bf'Bailta, Clara and is a graduate of '-"the University of California. She has been teaching in the Santa Clara grade schools. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace accom- .pattied ithelr daughter east on a tour through'Canada and attended the wetKHn§ bMr. Bonham met his bride a year ago while both were attending summ'e¥ H school 1 at 1 the University of California. . Entertain for Visitor— ;-.•? The'.Misses Ruth and Marion McMahon entertained eighteen friends at ,a bridge.party Friday evening at the S. E. McMahbn home in honor of Miss Betty 3 Kellertberger of Davenport, who had beeftiRuth's guest for several days. The girls,were.Alpha Chi Omega sorority sisters at the University of Iowa. ' The guesjts included Mrs. T. F. OTTaire, "Mrs. F'.'F! Twdgbbd,'Mrs: Eugene Mur' : tSgh, 'Elizabeth Kairi, Kathleen Holtz•'• bsiuen Ella 1 Lewis; Margaret Blossom, (AlicefRie.ts..Catherine Mcpall, Jeannette Goeders,' Mrs. W. D. "Andrews, Ann • ;Mur.Jagli,,(Kvitli Qtokes, Georgia Car- 7mean of flajoprpft, Jiuie Corey and the '.hqn&re&;''Mra. Tftogood won high prize for pridiei -arid 'Ann ,Murtagh, second. 1 'June"Corey Wri the cut prize and Miss ^Keile'fiBerg'e'i 1 was presented with a ''''grifcSirprtee:''•'•> •;• ••••••••- •• li.Wcddpfl MiVJi' 6 Brown Church— I. Last. Wednesday, Howard L. Whitney .a of .MinneftPOjis, accompanied by Miss Millicent .Quenyold . of Detroit Lakes, linnespta;, arrived hi Algona for a vis- LEADS UNIQUE CHOIR Des Molnea, Special: Professor C. A. Fullerton of Iowa State Teachers College, who will lead one of the largest choirs ever known to have been assembled at any one time or place, as a unique feature Of the Sunday program, August 2i, at the coming Iowa State Fair. Over 6,080 boys and girls from the rural schools of Iowa who have been trained during the last six months will be assembled at the fair for this one day to present a program in front of the grandstand OB Sunday afternoon and evening. Educators and musical leaders from coast to coast are watching the work which Iowa is doing in this field, and many visitors from other states are expected to be present in Des Molnes to bear the choir. >3K«83»»MWScaaaao»3W LUVERNE NEWS. Leona Ramus spent a few days at Mason City last week. Maxlne Smith is visiting friends in Forest City this week. Miss Ruth Llchty spent last week with relatives in Goidfield. Mike Wegner of Fort Dodge spent last week with his many relatives in LuVerne. W. F. Godfrey and wife and daughter, Rubye, picnicked in the Humboldt Park Sunday. The Good Will club will have their next meeting August 7th with Mrs. Herman Meyers. Miss Anna Warmblef is in the Fort Dodge hospital receiving treatments for stomach trouble. Mr. and Mrs. I. .H. Benedict and Mrs. Georgia Chapman were Fort Dodge callers Friday. A seven pound baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Basil Phillips July 24th. All are doing well. Rev. Kollman and family of Royal, Iowa, spent over Sunday last week at the Fred Schneider home. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Patterson from icllc Mason City spent over Sunday with' was the William Ramus family. The Chambers families held their reunion at the Eli Chambers farm a Fairview Sunday of last week. Mrs. Rockhill fi-om Larchwood and Mr. and Mrs. Rockhill and children are visiting the Rev. Reyman home this week. Mrs. Albert News Items Service Station Opened— At the grand opening of the K. & H oil station here Saturday, the manage ment gave away eight gallons of ice cream and at least one hundred tint fifty cigars to the many customers who patronized the company during thi day. The service station is all com pleted and presents a very attractive appearance. The building is of ra brick construction, prettily finished off with white stucco material and is complete and up-to-date in every respect Besides the station, the company, which consists of Stockholders In nearby Kossuth and Hancock county territory has two trucks which make dally deliveries in the country. James Haverly is service manager and Adolph Killan and William Ward are truckmen. Pinned Under Car- Miss Margaret Seefeld, young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Seefeld, experienced a real thrill Thursday, which she does not care to repeat very sud' denly. She had been to, the field with lunch for the harvesters and in coming back to the house, lost control of the car. The car turned over several times pinning Margaret under and keeping Schneider left las .."jit ,!with; 'liis parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wh'ithey.' 'Thursday morning they left and drove to the Little Brown Church near Nashua where they were united in marriage. From there, they Went to Davenport and other eastern points on their wedding trip.and Will soon be at home in Minneapolis. Howard is rone of Algona's young who has made good and his bride 1 .to be a charming and talented ' Jady whom he met while a stud- of Minnesota. Winfleld, Kansas 175 in the party ,< , place >June .Jo, at $», .Presbyterian 1 f church >in Slue "Earth, Minnesota, with the Rev. Albert Husted performing the jejrvlee~ The witnesses presented.at " marriage were, M3s/" / Lu'" i ' *-*- nafSJeach. The afternoon ..« ^.^.JttrJIdge. Mrs. J. F.;:0ver- mjir wolf me 1 high prize. Those who - spent the day at the lake were Mrs. H. „' E. RIst, Mrs. M. P. Haggard, Mrs. Al ^ Falkenhainer, Mrs. A. L. Peterson, Mrs. ' W. K. Ferguson, Mrs. D. H. Goeders, Mrs. A. TJhlendorf, Mrs. S. E. McMahon, Mrs T. P. Harrington, Mrs. F. W. Wehler and Mrs. Overmyer. Golf Party— I«Jrs. Melzar Falkenhainer entertained' ten guests Friday evening in honor of her husband's birthday. The even- fng's ; diversion was miniature golf at the pony golf course on McGregor street. After the golf game the guests went to the Falkenhainer home where refreshments were served. Bridge Club Entertained — Mrs. S. A- Worster and Mrs. Roy Keen entertained their bridge club on Wednesday evering of last week at the TibbeVte tea room from where the guests went to the Worster home for an evening of.^ bridge. . Mrs. H. W. I'letch won the high scbre and Mrs. Makes Tour of South and Eastern States. Miss Anna Nelson returned recently from a tour through the south and eastern part of the country, which she took with the Omnibus College, which •is sent out from There were about which traveled in a train composed of nine busses. Two advance busses carried the baggage and pitched camp each night in time to have it ready for the group when it arrived. There were instructors with the group who conducted trips through museums and who took charge of the historical trips. The college toured the South first, and then went up the Shenandoah valley to Washington, D. C., going on to Boston, New York, up into the Maine woods on to Quebec. Anna is the daughter of Mrs. Anna Nelson. Last year',sbejtaught t at Big Piney, Wyom- Jng, a^net she will'.return there the last, of August . ,, successful farmer for' several Tfie aewJy- weds >ra nowTmalnng n won thp second high. P. O. Helping '||?rid Society— The Helping Hand society of the Presbyterian church will meet at the home \Bt , Mrs. John Vinson Thursday afternoon, .August 7. at two-thirty. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. J. H. McDonald, Mrs. Hugh Herman, and Mrs. James Godden. Entertained Missionary— Mrs. H. N. Wilson entertained the Methodist Missionary society afc her home Thursday afternoon of last week. Bancroft Man Gets Fifteen Days in Jail. Leonard Johnson of Bancroft was brought to the county jail Monday by Deputy Sheriff Harris. He was given fifteen days by the justice of peaoe in Bancroft for intoxication and causing trouble at the home of his pr.rents in Bancrpft. Visiting Here from New Hampshire. Mr, and Mrs. Jones of Henniker, New Hampshire, arrived in Algona Monday morninf for a visit at the W. L. Whitney hoine. Mrs. Jones is Mr. Whitney's cousin. Mr. Jones is engaged in the telephone business in New Hampshire, ;x^ ^ Baptist Church. The usual rooming services will be kelcl at the Baptist church next Sunday. A£ this evening hour we shall Join withrftlfe ether churches of the Cfty in the union service at the Presbyterian oliurch—Frank H. Webfeter, .he IVli-s. John Scholtee and children of spent Mor.day with Mrs. Sdhottes' mother, Mrs. David OTCeefe ** 'A number ''of TTnlon township people Attended 'the funeral of William P. Hum Monday morning at the Catholic church in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arndorfer and children attended a dance given in the Sexton hall with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Meyers as host and hostess. Darlene Zentner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.' Zentner, of LuVerne is spending a-'few weeks at the home of her grandfather, Sam Zentner. Alice Mahoney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mahoney, returned home Sunday after spending two weeks at the Henry Nelson home near Sexton. Threshing is the important task of the day. Several runs started last Thursday. There are so many small threshing runs with several farmers in groups of three or four who have a Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilrett, Jr., of Chicago came last week for a visit with Fred's brothers in Union and also bis parents who reside In Plum Creek. Fred is in the garage business in Chicago and is doing well. Mrs. Robert Leason and daughter, not the long dreaded job it used to be. Oats on the Chester Schoby farm now operated by Robert Stewart, went sixty-one bushels to the acre. Barley is well filled out but is not yielding as heavily as expected. "Bobbie" Ryno of Fort Dodge was a guest of his cousins, Bernard and Robert Bode, Friday evening. Kathryn Bod« returned to Fort Dodge with the Rynos Saturday for a couple of weeks. The Rynos returned home Friday from an auto trip to North and South . "-iiriota und Minnesota, stopping at the Hode home enroute home. Albert Gould had the experience of (iOing into the ditch on his way to V'lKona Saturday evening from the I'Vsnk Hofius farm where he is employed. He was descending the hill ju^'t west of the H. fins place when Ills lights went out and his car ran into the ditch. Some boys helped him out and no damage was done to either t'ue driver or the car. A very happy group of relatives en- joj'L'tl u picnic in the Herman Will- ruut woods in Union township, on Sunday alternoon. They were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Willrett and daughter, Elsie, son Erio of Plum Creek; Mr. and und Mrs. Rudolph Wilrett of Union; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Willrett, Fenton; and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Willrett, Jr., of Chicago. A picnic dinner and supper was much enjoyed. Thursday for Hereford, Texas, where she will spend a month visiting with her parents. The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid society held an Ice cream and cake social in the city hall Saturday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Steussy and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Robison e.nd family of North Platte, Nebraska, picnicked in Algona Sunday. The Boone and Hamilton counties picnic was held at the Algona fair grounds last Sunday, were-in attendance. George Belz and sister from Cedar Falls came to look after their farm interests. Mr. Belz was a, former resident of this vicinity. Katie Lau, who was seriously injured in an automobile accident last Sunday, was able to leave the Algona hospital Tuesday and returned to her home. Mrs. Lucinda Stone of LuVerne was operated on Tuesday at her home for an attack of acute appendicitis. She is getting along nicely at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godfrey, daughters, Rubye and Florence, Mr. and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey and Floyd . Masterson visited Exposition Park at Fort Dodge Sunday. i 3, Mrs, Cornell and son of Moline, Illinois, is at, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry , Von Draska. Mr, Von I?raska and Mrs. Cornell are brother and sister. igartner. and Long SpeaUersbip Term» Henry Cluy was speaker of the house of representatives longer tlmu ciny otlier man. lie was elected six different times, although lie did not serve out six full terms or congresses. He resigned the speaUershlp twice. Joseph G. Cannon und Champ Clurti each served us speaker of tlie bouse eight years. guests last Zimmerman of,New.Glarus, Wisconsin, and Mr. and Mrs.' Rudolph Zimmerman of Monticello, .Wisconsin, V* '^ An 1 eight pound boy arrived at the }ome of' Mr. and Mrs. Gus Wegner at HarHand,,.Minnesotau.<{n July^ 18th. ifrs. Wegner was V resident of Lu- Verne and an employe in the ' local ,elephone exchange. The storms south and east of town Saturday evening were quite severe. The mil stripped the corn fields and the wind was terrific, blowing out a plate glass window in the Henry Marty residence southeast of town. Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Afjard of Goidfield were visitors in the Peter Thompson home Monday. They have recently returned from their month's outing. , Coach Agard will teach in the LuVerne schools the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson drove to Granger Saturday for an over Sunday visit with Mrs. Patterson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Broadie. They were accompanied by Mrs. Patterson's sister. Miss Sally Broadie, who has been visiting here the past two weeks. Mrs. J. B. O'Connor and Mrs. Alice Griffith and children, Patsy, Bob, Joe, and Betty of Indianapolis, Indiana, came Thursday of last week by auto for a month's visit at the Hal Rogers home. Mrs. O'Connor will visit with friends in Belmond, Garner and Britt. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason and Chas. Patterson of LuVerne accompanied by Mrs. Ollie Marshall of Cedar Rapids, drove to Rochester last Friday to see Mrs. John White who was in the hospital at that place. Mrs. White had the misfortune to fall and break her hip last week. The Peitzke families held their reunion last Sunday at Algona. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peitzke of LuVerne; Mr. and Mrs. Verne Stone and twins of Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. George Deitzel and children of Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Allen and daughters, Donna and Fern, of LuVerne; and Mr. and Mijs. Fay Thompson of Eagle Grove and Roy Peitzke and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly and their son and daughter, Elmer and Evelyn, returned home Saturday evening from a two months' vacation trip. They left here about the first of May by auto and toured through the western states. They visited Mrs. Kubly's brother and family in California and also visited Mrs. O. J. Johnston and Webb White in California, former residents of Lu- Verne. The Kublys saw many beautiful sights and enjoyed every minute of their trip. her captive for fifteen minutes. Kobus Henning of Britt happened along and relieved the girl of her burden. She an Algona hospital where it was found that she had received a cut on her forehead and numerous other scratches and bruises on her arms and lega. She was able to return home the same evening and is now improving. Overcome by Heat- Mrs. John Ormsby was called to Waukon last Monday night to tihe bedside of her brother, Leo McCroden, who had been overcome by the heat during the day. He had been sick with ulcers of the stomach and the heat proved too- much, for his weakened condition. Mrs. Ormsby accompanied her sister, Mrs. John Barrett and husband of Crystal Lake. They returned the following day to Forest City, bringing Leo back with them in an ambulance to the home of Leonard Baxter. Mrs. Ormsby returned home Sunday ,and reports him,to be coming along all right now. She expected to return to Forest City on Wed- A large number nesday. Farewell Party- Eighty relatives and friends met at the Fred Bentele home Monday night and sprung a farewell surprise party on Nels M. Johnson who leaves on Wednesday for his home in Alamo, Texas. Refreshments consisting of ice cream, cake and coffee were served at a late hour. Herbert, who came up with his father, two months ago, will remain for.an indefinite stay with his sister, Mrs. Bentele, and expects to be one of the confirmants at the Congregational church this fall. Mr. Johnson owns ten acres of land in the fer- ;ile Rio (Yande valley, which he rents out and he and his wife live in Alamo enjoying the full benefits of the sunny south. _ ,• » - , w Birthday Picnic^— t ' t ' <v Rev. R. K. Cook and wife, son Goc- 1 don and daughter Marjorte, called on riends here-Monday, They had attended a. picnic at'the Renwick Park leld hi honor of his birthday and, the toe* bjrthda»,.ot ,J.i H^LWarburton: of jakbta.^ _ „ , wte Carl Hansonffamily'of Wedey/'tle •A. * Q^' 'Smith and" Warburton'zfainilies of Xakota. Each year these families get together and celebrate these.blrth- days;., Rev. Cook was tt^e Methodist minister here for several years, moving from here to Renwick. He is now stationed at Green Mountain, near Marshalltown, and is a, pastor of the Methodist church there. ' Slumber Party— Miss Helen Funnemark entertained a group of girls at a slumber party last Wednesday night. Refreshments were served hi the evening and after a "restful" night hi a tent, the girls enjoyed breakfast near the tent. The girls who were guests included 'Anna Flom, Edna Carlson, Ada and Luella Simpson, Anna Funnemark and Rose Boettcher. Miss Helen is enrolled as student at St. Olaf College at Northfield and the as her Likes Her School- Friends have received word from Miss Beverly Ketrlns who went to Kalaaifteoo, Michigan, a month ago, that she likes her school work artd though lonesome at first, finds plenty of things to do now. She has three room mates,, who are from Washington, Idaho and Kentucky. The girls are preparing for a teaching position in state schools in Michigan, ' Miss Alice Flom Is visiting this week at the Henry Funttemark home. Mrs. A. M. .Lease and Mrs. L. L. Lease are entertaining the Methodist Ladies Aid Wednesday of this week. Miss Arlene Matern of Algona spent several days over the week end with her cousins, the Otto KUnti daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Neuroth were called to Adrian, Minnesota, to be at the bedside of her brother, who is very ill. Mrs. Julius Kunz and Mrs. H. J. Braley attended the Tuesday afternoon bridge party at the Algona Country Club. Mike Flom and Charles Price drove to Bloomer, Wisconsin, Friday to visit a few days at the Arthur Haverly home at that place. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Fox, Mrs. Florence Orthel and Mr. and Mrs. Gale Stockwell and family enjoyed a picnic at Eagle Lake Sunday. • Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchison and Mr. and Mrs. William Hutchison drove to West Bend Sunday to spend the day and to see the grotto. Dr. James Adams, who has been tome since July first, returned to Youngstown, Ohio, last Friday for a stay of six weeks Or longer. Mr. and Mrs. Swan Nelson, Mrs. Fred Seefeld, Miss Hannah Nelsort and Edith Spitler drove to Mason City on Friday on a business and pleasure trip. Fred Looft and Louis Wingert drove to Des Moines Wednesday with Raymond Wingert, where they went to :onsult a specialist in regard to Ray's lealth. Mrs. Susie Gray, Mrs. Kntie Schiltz and Miss Susie Pfeffner drove to Mason City Tuesday. Miss Schiltz remained until Saturday for a visit at the Wm. Hayes home.' : Mrs. John Arndorfer returned home ast week from Mason City, where she had been in a hospital for relief from sinus trouble. She has been troubled with it for some tune. Threshing has begun in real earnest n this community at the begining of he week. Some threshing was done tie latter part of last week but only a few rigs were out at that time. Mrs. William Henderson and Mrs. 'aul Erdman drove to Humboldt on Thursday to get James Henderson, who tad been visiting with his,grandmother and grandfather, Mr. and Mrs. Pavick. H. Flom and son, Halvor, have >een employed at the John Hutchison home the past three weeks putting hi a nejv floor, both upstairs and down. The 'flooring is quarter-sawed oak and will be finished' With>wjK.|&i«\i4;-* ^aii^ssss:^—^ •."-iLffi.ji'i'f r«< «s A gang of gravel haulers are stationed out at the gfsvel,ptt east ef town and have taken over ihe rtsurf&c- in* of sdme of -thrroftds wound wes- 1 ley. Just now they are working on the; Titonka road, two miles west of town, the Slsenbacher road going north and tho road going east past the Catholic cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. GiddingS spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Lempke ftt Meservey. She was formerly Miss Amelia Heutteman of Garner and taught the Carl Hanson school here several years ago. upon their return they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hanson at Kanawha. Rev. and Mrs. A. R. tfettner of Spo* kane, Washington, Miss Alice Engun and Orion Melvold of Cottonwood, spent Wednesday and Thursday with Mr; and Mrs. Frank Kouba. Upon their return to Minnesota, Mrs. Kouba's' sister, Lillian Melvold, returned with them after a week spent here. Mrs. Anna Frantz and two children of Mertomlnee, Michigan, spent Friday and Saturday with her brother, J. T. Meurer and family. On Sunday Joe took her to Whittemore where they visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meurer, who had been In a car accident the week before. They both suffered some injury but are now nearly back to normal. Algona Markets. Corn $ .75 Oats 26 Barley 48 Hogs .' 8.50 Eggs 14-.21 Hens .'....„„,„ 12 -.16 Roosters „ ..14-.18 Notice Concerning thfe New School House. Anyone who has business at the hew school housei is requested to CbMe to the office on the grounds. .Otherwise no spectators or loafers, will Be toter- ated.—Mayer <te Sofi, Contractors, 1 KRYL AT PAIR Des Moines, Special: Bohumlr Kryl, Internationally- famous band 'conductor! whose 40- piece concert band will be one of the headline features of the' 8-day antertainment • program at the 1930 Iowa State Fair and 1 Exposition here, Aug. 20 to 2». " ' Call Theatre — Algona . Northwest Iowa's Summer Resort.: : .'-••;••' ••.•'"' When going places and doing tilings, plan for Algona. $6,005 Kooler AIre power plant guarantees you comfort. Thousands of cubic'feet'of'clean, fresh air taken through hundreds of gallons of ice water. This makes our guarantee possible. Cooling comfort or money back. Trade matinees every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Prices 10c-30c. Sunday. : one p. m. and every two hours. Plan to come in and cool off.••-.. :''•:••'.-'•• THURS. AND FRIDAY, JULY 31-AUGUST 1. Thursday matinee 2:30—Prices 10c-30o. Fun—Hilarity—Music—Song. Join us in the party of the stars. All Paramount stars in the cast. "PARAMOUNT ON PARADE" It's a big show. Also— Talking News Reel—New. .'••'••:' SATURDAy SPECIAI)) AUGUST 2. ' Two-thirty matinee, prices—10c-30c. -. You're in for the time of your life. -, '•:,:• Pifi Dorsay Victor McLaglen Lilyan Tashman • choir of the school is Tronhjem, Norway, at this week in a celebration commemorating the 900th anniversary of the introduction of Christianity to Norway. A Car Accident— George B. Ludwig, Sr., and son-in- law, Dan Froehlich, suffered a car accident Monday morning down by the O'Neil farm while returning home from a trip to Wesley. It is thought that a spring broke which caused Froehlich to lose control of the car. The occu- Mrs./Harry Hazen.'at Marcus is very ill and-little! hope is held for her recovery. 28he is a daughter of Mrs. Milda Nlles, who has spent several years with" her mother. Nelsj,MjJohnson, his daughter, Anna, and a Miss Light of Fenton drove to Logan last Tuesday. Miss Ligfit and Miss Johnson are both teachers and went on business in connection with teaching'there next year. Mrs. George Spangler, son Willard and daughter, Verneil, of Everly, spent !rom Wednesday until Saturday with ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Benner. They are employed at the telephone exchange at Everly. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fritz and children of Titonka were Sunday visitors with his mother, Mrs. N. E, Hansen. Harold Hansen has been spending a portion of his school vacation with his brother, Lawrence at Thompson. Druggist and Mrs. H. J. Braley and Ethel drove to Albert Lea Sunday, where they met her mother, Mrs. Geo. Emmons, and together they enjoyed a picnic outing at Edgewood Park on the north shore of the lake. Mrs. Marion Paulson was pleasantly surprised Tuesday afternoon when a group of friends came in to wish her a happy birthday. The ladles all brought pants escaped with only a few minor | we ii-nued baskets and late in the vt, bruises and cuts, although the car is I ternoon a delicious lunch was served. Goote Ii Little Known The Emperor goose, which breeds in small numbers on the Yukon delta in Alaska, Is the most handsome and leust known of till the wild geese of North A morion, ornithologists declare, formerly abuiidunt, the ranks of this goose huve been badly reduced by the Inroads niude by Eskimos during the nesting Kerotene Shut* Off Air When kerosene Is poured on the top of stagnant water In a pond, U kills the wlggletotls under the surface because (he air supply is cm off. This eventually kills tho Insects ID the wu ter. badly damaged. The top was completely removed in its travel consisting of two or three complete turn-overs. Goes to Hospital— Mr. and Mrs. James Hodges left on Saturday for Bismarck, North Dakota, where Mrs. Hodges will enter a hospital for a physical examination and if need be, will submit to an operation. They expect to be'gone six or eight weeks before returning here to stay with her mother, Mrs. Tom Turgeson. Mr. Hodges will attend to business while in North Dakota. They were residents of Van Hook before coming to Wesley. Family Reunion— Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lease, Sterling and Loren, drove to Hanlontown Sunday to visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. M. T. Rye. In the afternono they enjoyed an Ouverson family reunion at Riverside Park at Fertile. About sixty relatives were present, some coming from as far away as California. Other town represented were Hanlontown, Fertile, Woden, Emmons, Lake Mills, Jolce, Kensett, and Wesley. Birthday Party— Jerrold Aldrich celebrated his tenth birthday last Wednesday, July 23 and entertained twenty of his friends at a party in the afternoon. The guests met at the home and from there went to the tourist park to play games. Late In the afternoon Jerrold's mother served a nice birthday lunch and many packages containing gifts were left with him by which to remember the occasion. Visits in Rochesteiv- Mrs. Clarence Ward and son, Earl, drove to Rochester Sunday to visit her husband who has been there since the Sunday before, Mrs. Ward remained for a few days but Earl returned the same evening, Miss Erma Ward has signed a contract to teach the Wm. Martinek school the coming year. She is a graduate of the Iowa State Teachers' College at Cedar Falls. Russell and Richard Lawson, sons of Homer Lawson, leave Thursday for Des Moines, 'where they will attend the Citizen's Military Training Camp during the month of August. Russell was also in attendance at the camp last year. Roy Spitler and three children of Goodell came up Sunday to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs, Fred Seefeld. Miss Edith returned home with her father, after having spent three weeks with her grandparents and three aunts. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Angle of St. Cloud, Minnesota, are here visiting her brother, Ed. Studer and family. On Sunday the Ed. Studer family, Angle family and the Vernoh Studer family visited at the Grandpa and Grandma I. W. Lease home. The Misses Lillian and Eleanor Johnson, .daughters of David Johnson of Corwith, who have been here visiting at the Emil Wester home, have rer turned to Corwith and another daughter, Vivian, is here for a visit at the Wester home this week, Leo Yegge underwent a major oper? ation Monday morning at a Mason City hospital. He has been greatly troubled lately with what was thought to be tumors or ulcers of the stomach. Leo formerly lived at Algona and Buffalo Center, but now resides in Qaroer. Edward Kunz left Sunday for pes Moines where he will work during the month of August in the secretarial department of the Iowa State Fair association. His uncle, Art Corey, is secretary of the state fair. Last year, Edward was employed in the entry department. Mr, and Mrs. Leo Bleich entertained Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kleinpeter, $|r. and Mi's. Alfred Erdman and Mr- and Mra, L. L. Lease at a swimming pool party Tuesday evening Mrs. Bleich served a nice supper and the guests were te&en to the Algona pool where an hour of swimming was enjoyed. Presented by William Fo.\ McLaglen, a muscle-bound steel worker, batty with love. Fifi Dorsay and Lilyan Tashman are the pair. A big comedy hit. the pair that made "Hot for Paris." The fun and thrill show. ^•_ _ALSO TALKING COMEDY. • ' SUNDAY, AUGUST 3. " ~' • , " Matinee at one p. m. and every two hours: -It's cool at the Call. The $6,000.00 cooling plant—air through ice water makes it possible. The Roxy Theatre, NewBtok City, Just finished this one. Frank Albertson "' H, B. Warner in Sharon Lynn A Pax. movietone [ wastful younger generation, goes on tne jazz mad speedway. Drive for forty miles to be cool Sunday and see a. great show. Also Talking News an<| Program of Short Subjects. ' MOV, & TUBS.. AUG. 4-5 Trade matinee Tuesday at 2:30 p, m. lOc -30c. Another smashing out door action drama. Topping all thrills. When these wild riders love, they fight it •out. Abo Vltaphone Vaudeville. ZANE GREYS WiED, & THURS,, AUG. 0-7 Thursday matinee at 2:30 p. m.— Prices J0o-30c. New—1830-31 release-yNew. Loretta Young Jack Mulhall THE BORDER; LEGION JACK HOLT FAYWRAY EUGENE PAUETTf She found, of per pr«»(i of lerenti Pftll y^

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