The tipper Des Moines-Republican, September 3,1930 |Jt| -- «.~I»»«I«J1 Societies and Clubs. W* C. T. tt. Meets- The regular meeting of the W, O. T. tr. will be held at the home 6f Mrs. Jessie Dalzlel, 162 East McGregor street, next Tuesday afternoon, September 9. All members and friends are uvited. The county W. O. T. tf convention is to meet at the Penton M. E. church Wednesday, September 10, for the -afternoon and evening. The official bo&rd meeting Js called for '.15 p. m., the gener.-v! sesion following at two-thirty. There will be a covered dish luncheon at flVe-thlrty, coffee to furnished by the entertaining Onion. Rev. Muhleman of Eagle Grove will be the speaker for the evening, the services beginning at seven-thirty. A good program has been prepared for the day and the public Is Invited. D. A. R. at State Park— Mesdamea L.E. Fairbanks, L. J. Dickinson, W. L. Whitney and G. H. Free will entertain the local D. A. R. chapter next Tuesday at a one o'clock luncheon at the shelter house In the Call State Park. " A business meeting will follow the luncheon and the following program will be given: roll call, vacation items; talk, Report on The Continental Congress, Mrs. Veda Murtagh and \v?rs.. Myrtle Dickinson. Woman's, The Algona' Woman's tiub will opiiu its year with a six-thirty dinner at the Country 'club "Thursday evening, September li. 1 ^'attractive program has been, arranged '/and'-' members are permitted' to' -bring gu'estSi-' A charge of sixty-five cents per plate ' will be made for the dirfrier >; and reservations should be made: bjtj Wednesday, evening, September ,;4fcf.;i'?e!ephone, '303 or 103 for reservations; ".'.fj,;'-; •:•; ",, . , Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles and Mrs J. B~. AJiner';&iteflaihed their club a a dries' o'clock'Abridge luncheon at th Country. Club last Wednesday. Ther were ttyo-Substitutes,'Mrs. B. H. Craw ford i: ahd' ; iifrs.'-W. B. Nugent. Mrs. H W-Fjbtqh'and Mrs. E. A. Schemel won the"'prizes?-' 'ic;---.'• Entertain ; iit Fish Dinner— Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lorenz entertained ten guests at a fish dinner at the Country Club last Wednesday Might. Mr. Lorenz brought the fish buck with him from northern \Vls :.c<t:uin. After, dinner bridge was playec? and A. K. Kresensky won the prize. Club— P. Brundaga entertained jCJub at her home last Thurs'. Ammunson was high Nichols was low. Mrs. ren visited at the home of Mrs. Brayton's brother, Lee McKinnon, near Waterloo several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cooper of Minneapolis came down Sunday to visit at the Charles Schroder home. Mrs. Cooper is a sister of Mr. Schrader. Miss Ruth Martin and Bertha Ber- daw were guests of the Misses Esther and Ruth Hodgson Sunday night. They were enroute to Rockford, Illinois, where they will teach. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Graham who have beeti &t San Francisco and are itwirnmg to their home at Kalamazoo, Michigan, visited at the B. W. Brooke home on Thursday of last week. Mrs. R. L. Cogdlll and Miss Leola Goddeh attended a 'party at the home of Mrs. Pannie Albright Sunday in honor of Miss Wilma Albright who will soon return to Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ladendorf of Rock Island, Illinois, came last week to visit Ray's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A..Ladendorf. Sunday they all drove to Silver Lake, where they spent the day. Mrs. Clarence Baker accompanied Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Glddings to Pine City, where she visited her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Glddings visited at the homo of Norman Ward, a brother of the latter. • , A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Jain, August 26th. This makes them three sons and five daughters. Mrs. Carrie Taylor of Algona has been caring for Mrs. Jain and little son. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Steahle of Mitchell, South Dakota, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wernli of Hazen, North Dakota, were here to attend the funeral of their mother, Mrs. Anna Kriethe on Monday. Charles Coffin who has been work- tag at Belvldere, where they have been putting up an electric coal chute, visited here over Sunday with his parents. They went to Fox Lake -where they are also erecting a chute. • Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Volentine took Miss Winsome Volentine to Sanborn Sunday where she will teach this year. Miss Ida Anderson accompanied them and stopped off at Hartley to visit her brother, Harry Linder, who Is 111. Elmer Hodgson of Hartley, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hodgson of Donnelley, Minnesota, Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Hodgson and two children of Breckenridge, Minnesota, came Saturday tb visit at the L. D. Hodgson home over Sunday. Hollls Trainer, son of Mr. and Mrs W. T. Trainer was married Saturday to Miss Nina Spaulding of Sparta Wisconsin. They visited over Sunday with Hollis' parents, leaving Monday morning for Sparta, where they will make their home. Hollis has a host of friends here who extend their best wishes. her home at Parley after a few days' viiit at the W. P. Vaske home. - Mr. and Mrs. William Sandt and children of Fairmont were visiting with Bancroft relatives Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Lipp of wa* conia, Minnesota, spent a few days last week at the A. H. Fuchs home. Miss Mary Doyle left Saturday for Prairie du Sac Wisconsin, where she wilt teach school tne next year. Ole Kluesner left "Monday for Dyers- rllle, where he will do plowln? on a farm he has rented for next year. Mike Roskopf of Los Angeles Is visiting at the home of his sister, Mrs. Joe Baltz and at the R. J. Welp home. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Menke returned Sunday from Dubuque vXhere they spent the past week visiting relatives. James O'Connor of Waterloo was here Saturday looking after his farm. Louis Dudding is living on the place. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Myers of Dubnque are visiting at the home of the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs, John Boyer the Veeklyibrtdge , tournament ' EU?U j?A4ucig' v ,ab *iuu3\\jvuuvt3f } UAUU '. (?. Scanlan won, the-prize,'About g.., .+ - Jty, ladiw|S = attended.' 1 '''Tfiere wUl be Ijf* four, more meetings this year. BANCROFT NEWS. at,the Country dlub Tuesday night A* two course luncheon was served * '• • A '' , ' ' — — , • , , \" x. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Olson are the proud parents of a baby girl born Tuesday. r Arthur iRahe of Cherokee was - visit- tag Bancroft friends the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cogley are the .ett'Thies left'Monday for £>erry where she will again teach school John, Prank and Leona Droessler attended-the state fair at Des Moines Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hatten and children of Stacyville, spent Sunday at the M. P. Schiltz and Mrs. Mary Hatten homes. Mr. and Mrs. John Fellman and family returned last Thurbday from a week's visit at Dyersvllle and New V'rnna. Miss Lillian Godfredson returned from Des Moines Friday where she had represented the Kossuth county Four H club. Mrs. Leo Eudde and children of Jo llet. Illinois, spent lest week vi ting at the l'Yii-1: Coyne and ./ecrge Mill er homes. Barney Brink and sons, Bernard and Raymond left Monday for North Da kota, where they will look after the former's farm. Mr. an,d Mrs. Raymond Wllhelml o: Clinton spent over Sunday at the homi of the former's father, P. S. Wilhelml and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harris of Fairmont spent Wednesday at the Henry Fox home. Mrs. Harris Is a sister of Mr. Fox. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Schiltz and children left Thursday for Cherokee for a visit at the home of the letter's brother and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Menke of Fairmont spent Wednesday at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Menke. Robert Qulnn left Wednesday for Minneapolis where he will enter St. Paul Seminary. This is his second year at this place. Mr. and Mrs. John Schiltz and children of Des Moines spent the week end at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. M. L. Schiltz. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Ostwinkle of Des Moines are visiting at the Henry Deltcring hcme and the Charles Ost- winkle home at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. William Dries and children of Sheldon, visited the first of the week at the home of the lady's •father, Andrew Hellman, • r Dr. and Mrs. L. J. 'Welp and A. Mayer of Waterloo spent the week end at the home of the former's mother, Items Mr. and Mrs. W. B, Evans of Blythe- gale, Missouri, came Monday to visit at the Wm. Elvidge and C. B. Chipman homes. ., ,. Mr. and Mrs. John Trunkhill and Iva and Mennet are at the Black Hills this week and also visiting with relatives In Wisconsin. Mrs. MaqAruthur and daughter, Miss Jessie MacArthur of Ames came Monday for a.two weeks' visit at the W. A. MacArthur home. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Isenberger and children of Valley Junction came Saturday to .visit Burton's parents, Mr and Mrs. J. O. Isenberger. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Moore and children returned home Sunday from Hillsdale, South Dakota, where they visited at the Wm. Anderson home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brayton and child- Alice Hunt, of Swea City Is visiting with .her grandmother, Mrs. Ros- mll Hunt. Miss Mary Sheridan left Monday for Des Moines where she will complete a course In beauty culture. Mrs. Bertha Midleton of Rockford, Illinois, Is visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Peter Gillls. Julia Vaske and Doris Pearson left Monday for Mankato, where they will attend commercial college. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Janvrln and son of Lone Rock spent Wednesday at the A. J. Doleschal home. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lossback of WUmar, Minnesota, visited last week at the W. P. Vaske home. Margaret Hansen left the latter part of the week for New Sharon where she will teach school next year. Miss Clarinda Osterhaus returned to Since the world began, your Virgin Diamond has never adorned any finger but yours, Never before worn or individually owned, Certified 'irgin Diamonds come ' you free from any talnk of ownership, Of guaranteed quality/ at standard prices, in distinctive mountings, direct from the mines to you, genuine Virgin Diamonds are sold exclusively through AUTHORIZED VIRGIN DIAMOND DEALERS F. W. Wehler & Co. Jewelers and Optometrists. VIRGIN DIAMONDS Miss Sylvaria Hauperfr left Friday for Alton after spending a few days with relatives .here. She will teach school tjhere\the next year. Mrs. J. J. Sherman left Saturday for Kensal, North Dakota, where she was called by the illness of her mother, who fell and broke her hip. J. B. Mousel, and daughter, Mrs. C. P. McKellip and children left Saturday for their home in Ottumwa after a two weeks' visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schlicte and children of Sauk Center, Minnesota, arrived last Tuesday for a visit with the latter's father, Andrew Hellman. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Tuthill of Cedar Falls and Mrs. Mary Flynn of Delwein arrived Saturday for a visit at the home of Mrs. William Carlon. Miss Theresa Richter of Wesley arrived in Bancroft Wednesday where she will spend the next year attending school. She will stay at the A. H Fuchs home. Rev. and Mrs. Charles Bryden and daughter, Helen, drove to High Lake, Friday where they heard an address gvien by Rev. Cleveland of Yankton, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. George Hess and children and the former's father of Carrol, spent a few days last week at the home of Mrs. Hess' parents, Mi-, and Mrs. John Bernhard. , Mr. and Mrs. George Hatten and children of Adams, Minnesota, visited at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Mary Hatten and at the Frank and Louis Hatten homes. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Doyle and children, of Yankton, South Dakota, are visiting at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Doyle and with other relatives and friends. Mrs. H. H. Kidder and daughter, Doris, left Thusrday for their home In Brownsville, Texas, after a three months' visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Pearson. Dr. and Mrs. Peter Nemmers and children of Chicago spent the week end at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Nemmers, and with other relatives and friends. Eci. Droessler, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wagner and Ted Neuwoner of East Dubuque returned from Sebeka, Minnesota, recently where they ylsted at the Lindon, White and Kadow homes. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richardson and children of Algona were dinner guests at the Dr. E. A. Howe home Saturday. After dinner, accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Howe they drove to Elmore to attend the funeral of a relative. The Misses Marion and Marjorie Gould, Murray Finley of Mason City, Robert King of Des Moines. Yank Elin<; of Garner and Doris Hutton and Elmer Keller enjoyed a picnic at Pilot Knob Park near Forest City Sunday. Ambrose Mescher who is working on the dairy farm at Des Moines spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, I' 1 . H. Mescher. His .sister, M;iry revalued home with him Monday vv'hcve she will again take up mil linery work, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Barrentlne, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Nieland and family, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wittmer and Mr. and Mrs. John Karls were at Titonka Thursday night where they helped to celebrate the seventy-sixth birthday of Art Honken. Married Attest SS— Wllma Pauline Gerdes was married at the home of her parents, Tuesday evening, August 26, to Witllani Prtlz of Titonka. Tne ceremony was pet- formed toy Rev. Schoenlein, German Lutheran pastor of Titonka in the pie- sence of thirty-five guests. While her 'aunt, Mrs. I. A. Gerdes, pla/od Mendelsohn's Wedding March, the couple, attended by Marguerite- Pnhnkuk nnd Lester Callies, took their places under a large white bell In the living room which had been prettily decornt^ ed in pink and white streamers. The bride wore a pretty dress of salmon colored georgette trimmed in vuffles and lace. Her bridesmaid wore pfhk georgette. Following the ceremony, delicious refreshments Were served to the guests. The bride's cake was especially beautiful being made up three tiers, prettily decorated with white icing and pink rosebuds. The new Mrs. Fritz is the oldest daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Gerdes, substantial farmers northeast of town. She attended high school at Wesley several years ago, since which time she has remained at home. Mr. Fritz Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fritz and has lived near Titonka since childhood. The couple left the next morning for a wedding trip to Des Moines, Shenandoah Chicago and other points and upon their return will be at home on his father's" farm. Quarterly Conference — The fourth quarterly conference of the Methodist church in Wesley was held at the church Friday evening, August 29. Rev. W. H. Lease of Algona presided at the meeting. The official board of last year, consisting of Raymond, Theron, Carl Hanson, Carl Franzen, Wallace Donovan, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Benton, Mrs. John Amesbury, Mrs. H. M. Hanson and Florence cione considerable improving oh the Giddings who has been a member for many years, resigned and his son was elected to his place, The Northwest Iowa conference of the.^M. E. church will convene at Storm Lake, Tuesday, September 15. All reports from all departments of the church are to be In by that time. The church here will hold church assembly day September 15 at eight o'clock p. m. There is, to be an annual report of each department of the church at that meeting The Methodist church at Wesley has done considerable imporving on the property this year. The church and parsonage have been partly reshlngl- ed, the church has been painted and papered inside, new runners placed in the aisles. The 'church has also purchased some new hymnals. The committee that chose the paper for the church shower excellent judgment and the rooms look spick and span. Harvest Festival— The Harvest Home Festival at the CMigi'egational church Sunday morn- ug was attended oy a very large croncl. The churci had been specinl- ly decorated with fall floiwrs, fruM, -.Tgefuble* shocks nl corn and sheaves of grain. .Sunday .-School met at ten o'clock followed 1 by ;'eleyen o'clock services .'Jhe 'cM^'fendered'. rectal mu- .-HVpu'ed for Hie festival and the upon opening them found that the contained many beautiful things for he new home. She will be married Sep tembei- 10, to Leonard Arridorfer o near St. Benedict. Teaches at DePanw- Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Giddings lef Thursday for Keota to visit until Sun day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs H, E. Sydal. From there they pla to go to Galesburg, Illinois, to vis'.t his sister, Mrs. Wayne Swinton am on Monday, left for Green Castle tc begin his duties as assistant profes sor In Physics In the DePauw tTni versity. Both Mr. and Mrs. Giddinps are graduates of Cornell College at Mt Vernon since which time he has bee. Instructor in Physics at the tJnlversit of Wisconsin. Bold Shower— A large gathering of the St. Joseph' parishioners met at the school hous Sunday afternoon to tender a fruit anc vegetable shower on the Sisters of th parochial school. The afternoon wa pleasantly spent in visiting and a gen eral get together after which a sump tuous lunch was served, each gues bringing a covered dish. These show ers have been made an annual even and the sisters receive fruit and vege tables of various kinds and amounts. Charivari Newlyweds— Three hilarious groups of youni folks met at the Henry Gerdes homi Tuesday night of last week to glv the Gerdes-Fritz newlyweds a tag, rousing charivari party. rural wc'nwtra played sew nl tions Rev. Jens Pederson i'f llud- vor. jAVis'.pnsih, delivered th«> main ser:non tiding his text from, the Old v&?t Rev.' Pederson was a former pastor , 1)1 thf • -church, having served "hefe" twenty-seven years ago. Parsons who bad roaie from a far for the mcctitiR were, rtutertataed in the va,Tii<;,-j homes fc&.&fljier .following the services. In the evening 'a Joint ; progran^ of the \\LL3f y, Upper Plat and Britt ch'th-dies were a myed at the tent) at Britt. Election of Officers — Members of the Wesley Sunday School classes met at the home of Mrs. Fred Seefeld last Tuesday evening and election of officers took place. Mrs. Seefeld was re-elected as superintendent, Mrs. Axel Johnson, assistant superintendent; Dorothy Krans, secretary; Mrs. H. M. Hanson, treasurer and librarian; Helen Franzen, pianist. Teachers for each class were nominated as follows: Young people's class, L. A. B. Nattress; girls' class, Florence Hanson; boys' class, Mrs. Dick Dimond; Junior class, Erma Ward; primary class, Ida Young. The average attendance is fifty. Attended Funeral — The John Ormsby family attended the funeral Tuesday of this week of her brother Leo McCroden at Forest City. He died Sunday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Sarah McCroden, after an Illness of five or six weeks following a sunstroke which he suffered while running a binder on a farm near Waukon. He was a World War veteran and has been sick much of the time following his services in the army. He was unmarried and lived with his mother. Mrs. Ormsby has been at his bedside much of the time since the beginning of his late illness. High Creamery Checks—The ten high cream checks Issued by the Wesley Farmers' creamery company for July, went ,to Wallace Donovan for $214.85; George Hildman $170.54; Geo. Neuman, $144.10; P. W. Plumb, $137.83; 0. Bane, $130.61; Ernest Bauer, $122.68; William Klein, $113.60; John Kilian, $100.45; Peter Hilbert, $92.97; Ed. Wolfe, $90.87. The drive for "eat more butter" evidently has done some good inasmuch as market reports show a decrease of 3,000,000 pounds of butter in storage from last year. Farewell Party— A group of fifty relatives and friends sprung a surprise farewell party on Dorothy Haverly Sunday night et the D. of A. Hall. The evening was spent in visiting and musical numbers, both vocal and instrumental, intermingled with the evening's pass time, A nice lunch was served and the guests presented with a purse of money In remembrance of the occasion. Her parents,, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haverly, took her to Port Dodge Monday where she entered the Mercy hospital for a three year course In nursing. Teaches in Lincoln- Miss Lulu B Moore returned last week with her sister, Mrs. G. A. Wenk and family to Madison, Sauth Dakota, and left from there to Lincoln, Nebraska, where she will continue teaching in junior high school. Miscellaneous Shower— ..Seventy-five friend* and relatives of Miss Mildred Loebig met at the p. of A. Hall Saturday afternoon to spring a happy miscellaneous shower upon the bride-to-be. The afternoon was enjoyed by playing bridge and five hundred after which a nice luncheon was served. A large wagon packed full of gifts were presented to Mildred and howl Afte much hanging of pans, honking o hdrns, etc., the couple presentee themselves and after giving the noise makers generous treats of ice cream and money, they were induced to leave the newlyweds alone and make mer ry somewhere else. Entertains at Bridge— . Mrs. Lester Lease entertained a group of ladies at bridge Thursday afternoon Mrs. -Ihno A. Gerdes won high prize Mrs. Ruth B. Kunz, who is moving to Madison, was present and was presented a gift consisting of a silver cake plate "Thursday Club" engraved on the top. It was decided to meet regularlj every two weeks through the fall and winter months. George Lloyd left Sunday night for St. Paul to attend the Minnesota State feu-. Miss Kathryn Hauptly has accepted a position as instructor of a rural school near Stilson. ,. Miss Irma Dee Benton returned t( her nursing duties at Minneapolis on Thursday night after three weeks at home. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arndorfer early Friday morning.- This makes three little girls in the family. Rev. Jens Pederson of Hudson, Wisconsin, was entertained at the Mrs. P. E. skow and Jorgen Skow homes over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Miller of Randall are' visiting at the homes of his cousin, Carl- Hanson, Julius- Hanson and H. M. Hanson. Airs. Gordon C. Glddings is suffering from an infection In the middle fingei necessary to have it lanced several times. . .Donald .Carlson, ten year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Carlson has gone to Council Bluffs where he will enter school. ,,,This is his second year at the school. Fred and Prank Bentley' drove" -to Missouri Thursday and stayed until Sunday at the bedside of their father, vfho is very ill. Little hope is held for his recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ostercamp entertained Rev. Moore, A. E. Glddings and Gordon Glddings and wives at a Sunday dinner following then- attendance at church. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith and two children, Kenneth and Verna May have returned to their home in New Hartford after a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. C. E, Ward. Mrs. Agatha Haverly spent from Wednesday until Saturday with hei sister, Mrs. E. J. Igou at Mason City and with jher brother-in-law 1 , Ed Spangler and family at Ackley. Mrs. Leigh ton Evans of Omaha spent from Tuesday until Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Charles Kraus. Prom here she went to Manly to visit briefly with her mother, Mrs. George Huhn. Miss Stella Scheberle who has spent ten days visiting her various Kunz relatives, returned home Monday morning, leaving with Mrs. Ruth B. Kunz and family who left for Madison to make their home. Miss Leota Hall left Saturday for New Rlchland, Minnesota, where she will continue another year of teaching. Her sister, DeEtta, left the same day for Forest City, where she will again be principal of the high school. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Kouba, Jr., entertained Mrs. Ruth B. Kunz, two sons and her father, Edward Brady, to a six-thirty dinner Friday evening. Mrs. Kouba made her home with Mrs. Kunz before her marriage a year ago. Mrs. William Knight and Edith returned home Sunday from Center Point, where they had been visiting her parents for the past three weeks. The A. E. Giddings, Gordon Giddings, and, Eli Goodnow family of Algona, Guy Giddings and Fred Ringsdorf families of Burt and the Herman Ostercamps enjoyed a picnic nt the Call State Park at Algona Tuesday evening. Clarence and Marie Rltchmeier of Ackley visited a few days at the home of their- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Nate Studer. Sunday Marie left for Fort Dodge, where she entered the Mercy hospital for a course in nurses' training, Miss Esther Burke came Sunday for a three weeks' vacation to be spent at the Julius Kunz home, Miss Burke has been employed at the Mayo hos- gltal at Rochester for several years and is at present technician at one of the hospitals. Miss Kathryn Cruise is spending some time at home suffering from an infection in her foot. She began her new duties as clerk at the Charles Krans store Wednesday. Up until then she was employed as typesetter at the News-World office. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hanson and ;helr house guests, Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Swanson of BurUngton ana Mr. and Mrs. Roy Madspn of Oes Molna* were entertained at the Gwdbn 0, Glddings home Saturday evening for a seven o'clock dinner. Mayor and Mrs. John Hutchison returned Saturday from a week's trip to Eldora, New Providence, Marshalltown and Des Moines. While at Des Moines they attended the state fair. Mr. Hutehisbii Is assistant cashier at the Exchange State Bank. Marjorle Flaherty returned home tin Saturday for a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James T, Flaherty. She has been at Carroll-the pas* five years where she took a course in nursing and since then she has been working at the hospital. John Kerrlns took his son, John Bissell, and daughter, Dlantha Belle,, to Pleasanton Sunday to stay with their grandmother, Mrs. McClaram during the school year. The children have been here with their paternal grandparents during the summer. Jack Lawless of Chatsworth, Illinois, spent Sunday with a few of his friends at Algona and Wesley. He came on Sunday morning on the flyer and stayed long enough to rent his farm to John and Chuck Kerrlns and then took the flyer back to Illinois. Miss Clara Amesbury and mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Amesbw who have 'been here most of the summer at the John Amesbury home, left Monday of last week for Carroll to visit several weeks with their brother and son, Wm. who owns a hardware store at Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Synder who have been here a week visiting their son, Hallard and daughter, Mrs. Henry Gerdes, returned Thursday to Humeston. They came especially to be present at the wedding of then- granddaughter, Wllma Gerdes to William Fritz. Miss Erma Ward commenced her duties as teacher in the rural school near the William Martlnek home. Cecelia Eisenbacher and Donna Cruise also opened then* schools Monday; Cecelia is teaching the J. N. Btuder school and Donna, the J. F. Cruise sohool. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reno returned home Wednesday from a two weeks' vacation spent with friends at Spencer and Ayrshire, where they were located before coming to Wesley. Their son, Leo, and wife of Buffalo, New York, managed the hotel during their absence. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Skow took her sister, Miss Anna Johnson to Fort Dodge Saturday from where she left for Logan to begin her work as Instructor in the home economics department In the school system there. She will also teach penmanship. Miss Johnson taught in Titonka last year, Mr. and Mrs. R. Latham of lie- Mars came Saturday night for a visit with her brother, > Ben Hopkins, and niece, Mrs. I. A. Gerdes. Wednesday they will leave for Britt to visit with her sister, Mrs. Frank easier. Mir. Latham has a week's vacation from his duties on'the LeMars Sentinel. ' Miss Marion Quire of Kanawha returned home with her school friend, Miss Anna Wester. Thursday and spent two days visiting at the Wester home. She will attend £bwa State Teachers' College lit Cedar Palls this year while. year in mics department. ipfl f nr| -"^ econo" jour • MlsS Arabella M6$Rg*son, who sh> pM on ft tM 6ftn while tAtfO&g flttp*- berries oil the 8th at July, ted Woke her arm, has removed the bandage 6n the affected arm. She finds the arm very weak from lack o! use and this is certainly to be expected Inasmuch as Miss McPhersoa Is B wbmatt of seventy years or more. Clarence E. Koblson Is able td be about the house this week after having been confined to his bed sitiCe" August 22, when he fell while at work at the blacksmith shop. He was stand* ing on a box doing softie work when one 6f his legs gave wtiy, Mr, ftobi" soli has not been fMlng up to par for the last year or mores. Mr« and Mra< Vincent kleinpeter, Miss Adelle Kleinpefer and nephew, ' Wayne Smith, all of Port Dodge, came home Saturday night for a visit with their parents over Sunday and Labor pay. Vincent holds a responsible pos- itlcn in the J. d. Pemiey store and Adelle is employed as dental hygientst In the dental parlors of Clark & Smith. Mrs. Bertha Lobft took 'her two daughters, Margaret and Grace, to Mason City Sunday from which place they left for Winthrop and Waterloo, respectively, to enter another year of their school work. Margaret will teach domestic science for the third year at Winthrop and Grace will continue her second year's work at the Gates Business College. Dr. James Adams returned home on Thursday from Akron, Ohio, to be home for a month before returning to the east where he will practice medicine. James is the. only son of Dr. F. L. Adams,'and was graduated from the medical college of the University of Iowa a year ago. The past year he worked as Interne in a large hospital at Youngstown, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. George Grunkmeyer and two children of Hayward, Illinois, Mrs. Margaret McManus, Everett O'Neill and Richard Barry all of Burlington, spent from Monday until Sunday at the J. J. O'NeU home. The two ladles, Everett and J. j; O'Neil are brothers and Richard Barry is a nephew of the O'Neils. This was their first trip ever made to Wesley and was greatly enjoyed. The Woman's; Foreign Mislsonary society met last Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. M. Hanson and elected Officers for the coming year. Mrs. G. C. Giddings was elected president, Mi-s. Herman Ostercamp, vice president; Mrs. William Hutchison, recording secretary; Mrs. H. M. Hanson, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Theron Hanson, treasurer. Dues were paid to the end of the church year. Charles Robison and children and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith and baby were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clare Robison southeast of Algona Sunday. Pearl, who has been with Clare this summer has gone to New Hampton to make her home with her aunt, Mrs. William McCann and expects to attend high school there. Mrs. McCann Is a sister of the late Mrs. 0. Robison and spent much of her time here- caring for Pearl during'her early childhood. . • .V , • Disorderly Conduct Nets Thirty-five Days. , „ je roun&y~jBn~Tor thirty•< five days because of disorderly conduct. j ,,.;,j__ ', •'•,t-^5' ." -*-' --».-*H'- *~ ' ~ " '• ~2 Call Theatre - Algona -.jjj Northwest Iowa j s Summer;.Resort. The Kooler Alre Power Plant installed makes the theatre the most comfortable spot in Iowa. The air is different at the Call. WED., SEPT. 3. bal CHANGE OP PROORA& We screened this one and offer; i as one of the very best entertain ments this season.. >-,'-' Wm. Powell. Natalie Moorhead "SHADOW OP THE LAW" You feel the excitement of the film Wanted—Hunted—Haunted for crime he did not commit. Also Comedy Program. Morning show 11 to 1 p.m. Afternoon Show 5 to 7 p. m. Night show 7:15 to 9:16 and 0:15 to 11:15. THUBS. & FBI., SEPT. 4-5. Fair week morning shows 11 tc 1 p. m. Afternoons 5 to 7 o'clock and nights 7:15 to 9:15 and 9:15 to 11:15. Midnight show if you wan 1 it. Come in and cool off at the Call, Sue Carroll Grant Withers in DANCIN SWEETIES A lively story jjiat explains die good and bad in youth's pew code of morals. It will teach parents about their children—and boys and girls about themselves. One of the new year's releases. They met at nine—danced at ten, kissed at eleven, married at twelve. Flam- tag Youth with fuel added to the" fire. Also New Talking: News. SAT., SPPT k Oi Trade matinee at 1:30 p, m. Prices —lOc-SOc. • The new jail break story Conrad Nagel Bernice Claire "HTOBEBEDMEN" San Quentln prison "scenes. Also— Comedy Program. SUNDAY, SEPT. 7. Matinee l p. m, and every two hours The laughing gas of the big fight. Buster Keaton Sally Eilers Cliff Edwards ' 'DOUGHBOYS" All riotous on the Keaton Front, Shell-shocked by a kiss, he won the, war single handed. It's a big laugh. Also- Well balanced program including talking comedy and News—new. MON., TUBS., & WED., SEPT. 8-9-10. Tues. trade matinee at 2:30 p, m. It's a road show attraction, Big n every way—new. Walter Huston The bad man in "The Virginian," he's twice the actor in "THE BAD MAN" Jesert scenes filmed In the Mojave 3esert. Dorothy Revier and James Rennle supporting. Also— Vltaphone Vaudeville. . THUBS. & FRI., SEPT. IMS Prade matinee Thursday at 2:30 p. m. It's one of the new season's road hows. Technicolor. Frank Pay Dorothy MackaJU Noah Beery "BBIGHf UGHTS" ieveal (secrets of bride's strange ast. From queen of a thpnaand miners to belle of New York's smart etj. All in technicolor, Prom lums of Africa to night life of- Yew York. Take » wprtcj tour with danctag girl, Also— * New*.
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