The Upper flea Moittea.Sepublieafl; gepteinber 17, 1930 ALGONA WINS IN PRACTICE GAME Locals Defeated 1?ottgh l*iv- ettnore Teaitt by the Score of 12 to 6, ACQUIRE POLISH. Ends Bave Not *6t Learned to tfse Their Wands. Backs Atfe Slow hi Starting _•_ ^ -_ : ,i S 7 ^ ^. _,.,-, The Algona high school gridstens played; a practice game with Livermore last night on the local field and the locals won by the score of 12 to 0. Llvermore showed up very well for a school vthat has been playing football for only a few years and they gave the Bulldogs the fight of their lives. The > local; tea'm has many defects to iron;out-If<they are;to go through the season with a i clean slate, but as It Is still early In the season the boys willi probably .gefc'lnto 4heir fighting spirit before j.the Opening .game with Brltt Junior 'College. •.,:..'•• A:blgifault with the locals last night was ;the''ends' failure, to use their hands on -tfaje .[Opposing: intereference. They wouldilefc-the'interference get to their body tiros putting them, out of the playwandncdnsequently the runner would getioutslde; of them and make s-before being downed by SQC1E i61d rfilh.aThe.«nds must learn flrsl My'ls to turn a play p -and ^jfJ-they don't the team Wr bl xr baW handicapped throughout the season.^ _Tn the "baokfie'ld -one halfback showed ub 7 Asrell ahil tore' through when he Woman's Club Opening— The Algona Woman's club dinne held Thursday evening at the Coun try Club was ft very successful open ing for the organization's club year There were 114 members and guest who attended the dinner and pro gram. Arrangements for the affai were made by the social and program and year book committees. The flrs number on the program was a piano trio by Mrs. Raymond Norton, Mrs Sylvia Gunn, and Mrs. J. S. Auner followed by two solos by Miss Edris Vohs, who sang as her first number 'Quelle Souftlance" by Lenormand. Hei second number was "Coming Home' by Wllloby. Five girls accompanied by Miss Jeannette Goeders at the piano gave a rose dance. The girls Were Sara Doran, Bernice Harrington, Leona and Margaret Lichter, and Loretta Howie. Miss Grace Miller public school music instructor, sang two numbers, "What the Chimney Sang" and "Sylvia." The program was closed with a book review and cuttings from the play "Green Pastures" given by Mrs. D. R. Steele. A quartet composed of Roland Steele, Dr. C. D. Schaap, Roy Keen and Donald Smith sang several selections and old negro spirituals in connection with Mrs. Steele's readings. Club singing be- ;ween courses was lead by Mrs. A. E. Michel. Legion Entertains Auxiliary— Hagg Post of the American Legion will entertain the Auxiliary at the Legion hall Thursday evening to listen to the program to be broadcast by the Daughters club met last week Thursday with Mrs, Iva Witham. twenty- two members were present, also five visitors as follows: Mrs. Otto Taylor and son, Mrs. Cora Smith and children of Hurt; Mrs. P. A. Witham and Mrs. Viti- Ing and daughter of Algona and Mrs. Graham. Roll call was answered by an "Economy." Alpha-Delphian— The Alpha-Delphian society met re* cently at the home of Mrs. D. D. Paxson and elected officers for the coming year. Mrs. M. J. Streit was elected president; Mrs. D. D. Paxson, Vice president and Mrs. John McEnroe, secretary and treasurer. Programs were made out for the next half year. The next meeting will be held Monday at the home of Mrs. F. F. Barker. Mrs. J. S. Auner will give an outline of the )lay, "Green Pastures." Criticisms will be given by Mrs. Barker, followed by a general discussion. Country Club Party- Forty reservations were made for ,he bridge dinner at the Country Club Tuesday night. Mrs. Helen Brushing- lam won the women's high prize for bridge and R. W. Horrlgan won the men's high prize. Dr. and Mrs; A. D. Adams, Mr, and Mrs. B. F. Sorensen, VIr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas, J. C. Mawdsley nd J. A. McDonald made up the committee. Wesky News Items Study Club Met— The study club met lot its first tweet* Ing of the year with the president, Mrs. Ciena LOoft, on September llth, Nine members responded to foil call by naming a favorite garden flower. Mrs. Clotilda Hutchison read an excellent paper on the subject of "Pall Garden* ing, Bulbs, and Shrubs." Transplant- Ing and cultivation of wild flowers, grouping of perennials and care of flower gardens were described In an In* terestlng manner. Attractive booklets designed and painted by Mrs. Looft and containing the printed programs for the year's work were given to each member and six were mailed to honorary members who have moved from Wesley since the club was federated. The newly elected officers of the club are: president, Mrs. Cena Looft; vice president, Mrs. Marie Blelch; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Veva Lease. , hdd'th6"ball, but for the most part the 1 '" 1 backs have riot yet got the idea of''"going to'-town"'when they have the^ball instead ; they loaf for a few steps before 'Starting out and therefore lose valuable time and ground. A big boMeV pulled by one of the local quarter backs was the failure to call for a punt on the fourth down and this led directly to the Llvermore touchdown after an Algona back let an opponent get behind him on a forward .pass. This is always fatal and the backs__should train themselves to speea enough to do this. The coach only tell them how to do most things, but he cannot get out Id arid do it fpr them, the boys are a little green ,will take some time to fktoks and from the way American Legion convention through the kindness of the Victor division of the R. C. A.-Vlctor Company and the National Broadcasting Company. A radio will be furnished by the Reliable Radio Shop which is agent for the R. C. A.-Victor radio. The meeting will begin at 7:45 p. m. American Legion posts and their Auxiliaries all over the country will be listening in to the program which is to be broadcast from Paneuil Hall. Among others who will be heard in this great program are President Herbert Hoover, Calvin Coolidge, Alfred E. Smith, General John J. Pershmg, O. L. Bondenhamer, national commander of the American Le- 'arty at Tibbetts Tearoom— Mrs. Hurt Harwood entertained the R-Own bridge club and eight other friends at the Tibbetts tearoom Thursday evening. Mrs. Fred Bartholomew won the guest prize and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer won the club prize. Mrs. L. H. Crawford won the consolation prize. Luncheon was served at the close of the evening. Fall flowers were used as decorations. Child Study Club— The Child's Study club met with Mrs. M. M. Morrow Tuesday. Mrs. H. E. Woodward of Whlttemore had charge of the lesson topic, "What to Expect from our Schools." The officers of the club are Mrs. C. H. Long, presl- Party- Members of the .... _...„ lodge sponsored a card party at the lodge hall Wednesday afternoon. Ten tables, five each of bridge and five hundred, were filled out and altogether there were fifty women present.,Six of the Algona lodge members came over to spend the afternoon. Mrs. Post of Algona won first prize in bridge and Mrs. Matt Laux won low prize. In five hundred, Mrs. Oliver Youni? Won first prize and Mrs. Henry Kunz the low. A nice lunch was served as a fitting climax to the entertainment. Had Accident- Fritz Linstrom is the possessor of a new Chevrolet automobile, which is the outcome of an accident with which he met Thursday evening while returning home from town. He ran into a large dog In the road which caused him to tackled and blocked •Were the type which e advantage of all •line*, is 'fairly heavy t,,into v the mood to bnj defense it will gion, and the governors of ten or more dent; Mrs. H. E. Woodward, vice states together with world famous sing- president; Mrs. F. E. Sawyer, secretary ers and musicians. There will be cards and treasurer. The club meets every 'and lunch after the program. Those month, who are not members of the Legion or Auxiliary and do not have radios will -_,„«-,_..,, ,„, ,,„ ,,„,_ have an opportunity to hear .this great Entertained for Mrs. Kaln- program at the Reliable Radio Shop Mrs. Frank Seller gave a one o'clock where a public address system will be luncheon Monday in honor of Mrs. Nora Kain who is here from Aurora, Illinois, for a visit with Algona friends [ and relatives. The afternoon was spent playing bridge. Mrs. D. D. Paxson used. Schultz-Bjustroiu Nuptials- ~rvi^ vu y iI 'S fuul ^ ''on^qerense is wui i j^ejafpowerful^qpponent to crash tnrouRh, J *?A'ix •>"• i Anna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. won the high prize and Mrs. M. J. Thomas Schultz of Algona and Clif- streit won the second high. Mrs. Kain ton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew BJus- wa s presented with a guest prize, trom, of Algona, were married Saturday, September 6 at the Little Brown Church. The ceremony was performed I by Rev: William Kent, of Nashua, at high noon. Miss Ilrene;; Mitchell and Thursday, September 18, at two-thirty Quentin Bjusfroni, brother of the in the church parlors. An important ^ . groom, ^accompanied them. T^ienbrideJ business /meeting will be, held;and a strides | wore a idress* Of .white 'crepe and her program given. Immediately 'after the lesmald wore blue. Mr. BJustrom is | program a fifteen cent lunch will be served, Mrs. Lloyd Muckey Is chair- Aid Meets— The M. E. Ladies' Aid will meet on upset. He had the presence of mind to hang firmly onto the steering wheel and after the car had turned over completely, landing on Its wheels, he tried to start the car for its homeward journey. It was discovered that the front wheel was bent and one of the back wheels had been torn loose. Visited Aunt- Mr, and Mrs. Cliff Mouser and Miss Allen Ruble of*Clinton, Illinois, visited the past week with their aunt, Mrs. Zack Gibson. On Tuesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Gibson entertained twenty guests in their honor. These guests included three of their sons, Jim, Sam and Elmer, then- wives and families, her sister and husband, Chas. Darby of LuVerne and Joe Matille and wife of Corwith. On Wednesday, the Gibson family and their company were all entertained at the James Gibson home at Bancroft. c at, the Helberg garage. The ^Stalled ^iii Four Feet of Water. John: Frank! and Phil' Koolhaas Jiad a ^rather exciting experience last Friday ^evening as, they were leaving Ma- n/LMi. *=.*Mll •K" JU..S* »* fL . _» J_ a$d~ Mrs,-; Bjustrom spent a few days' nqneymoon In Wisconsin and 'sA Minneapolis. They returned to the Andrew Bjnstrom home last week Wednes- *day7 arid '«x& now atjh'bme In one of , former; Slagle houses on Diagonal of -. the committee. , street. Illy'for "Algona. It was about ^twelve o'clock at night and the rain tjwas coming down in sheets. Mr. Frankl "was jlrtylhg his" Buick coupe and was ; just going' under, the viaduct on No. 18 a r - few blocks from the mnin part of Mason City. Everything was dark and John sailed on until he and Phil ''noticed water coming up through the floorboards and through the doors. By the time the car was stopped it v;a3 found that they were completely marooned in about four feet of water. They both decided to spend the night there but two young boys came along 'and waded out to thorn. They got a rope ahji a car and pulled the marooned Algontans to dry land. It was found that if the car had gone a hundred ••,] feet farther it would have been in Luncheon for Miss Vohs— Mrs. Raymond Norton gave a three course bridge luncheon Friday of last week for Miss Edris Vohs whose marriage to Dr. D.' P. Grettl of Chicago is to be one of the early fall weddings. Baskets of asters were used for table decorations. The afternoon was spent playing bridge. Mrs. F. F. Barker won the high prize, and Miss Vohs was presented with a guest prize. Out of town guests were Mrs. Carl Vohs and Mrs. Otto Dorweiler of West Bend. Miss Vohs, wfio Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Vohs of Algona, has been teaching the past few years at Downers Grove, Illinois, and while there studied voice at the Cosmopolitan School in Chicago. She has given water six feet deep. It rained four inches In about fifteen minutes and the mains could not handle the water. At ., Clear Lake the men found house/: with , ; floors close to the ground were roll. iiiig up rugs to keep them from getting ' wet. Anyway, John and PHI, hhd a good time out of it and were lucky hot to get a wetting. , Specht's Car Burns in Ditch. William Specht had a narrow escape last Wednesday evening when he was coming home from Irvington. As he neared the corner south of the Dick Skilllng farm he saw flames coining up from beneath his car. He jumped to save himself, and the car went into the ditch where it burned. The car was a second hand Buick coach which he had purchased a few weeks ago. Riverdale Farmer Buys Barry House. J. P. Thilges, well known Riverdale farmer, has purchased the house and lot owned by the late Mrs. Susan Barry, in the Third Ward, and will move into it with his family some time this fall. His farm will be run by his boys, three recitals at the Cosmopolitan recital hall In the Klmball building. Plum Creek Social Club— The Plum Creek Social and Literary club met September 10, at the home of Ella Bode with Sadie Hopkins as as- Birthday 'Surprise— '••: Mrs. Peter Jenkins and the'children gave Mr. Jenkins a surprise 1 party last Sunday on bis seventy-seventh birthday. Those 'present were Mr. and Mrs. Richter and family of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Clayton and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Riddle and family and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jenkins and family. Entertained Club— Mrs. D. R. Steele entertained the members of her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Guests who were not members of the club included Mrs. R. H. Crawford) Msrs. R. H. Spencer and Mrs. R. H. Miller Mrs. H. W. Pletch had high score for bridge. Dinner Party Sunday— Mir. and Mrs. M. J. Streit entertained twenty-two friends at a seven o'clock dinner Sunday evening as a courtesy for Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Bonham. The evening was spent at bridge. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky won the high prize. Birthday Dinner- Mrs. Horace Clapsaddle gave a birthday dinner Wednesday of last week for Mrs. Jennie Vanderlinden who cele- Superlntendent and Mrs. E. R. Swanson drove to Rowan Saturday to spend the week end with friends. Mrs. W. W. Sturdiyant spent from Wednesday to Friday with her sister, Mrs. Walter Thompson, at Northwood. Mr. and Mrs. George Holtzbauer of Algona and Miss Susie Pfeflner were entertained at the Emma Studer home Sunday. 'Miss Virginia'Benton left Monday for .Mankato where she entered the Mankato Business College for a course hi stenography. Frank Huff has sold his farm mach niery, live stock, grain, Corn crop i the field and other farm belongings t George Schutjer of Titorika and wi move to Buffalo Center Ocotber flrs where he will operate a pool hall. Mr. and Mrs. Swan Nelson, the! daughters, Hattna and Mrs. Fred See feld and children, drove to Hampto Sunday td spend the day at the Ro Spltler home. The Spitlers have re Cently moved there from Goodell. A parents and teachers hieetlng wil be held Tuesday evening next week t Which all interested parties are givei a hearty welcome, A demonstration o class work will be put bn by each o the teachers and refreshments will b served. — Mrs. Elizabeth Amesbury and he daughter, Clara, returned home from Carroll Saturday where they had been visiting relatives the past fortnight. On Royal Neighbor ^°!) d *£, tl \ e5 l le " ** Mankato, wher ? they expect to visit friends and rela tives for .a time. ,.'.,Rev. c. H, Moore and wife drove tc Buffalo Center Sunday to witness tht laying of the cornerstone of the new Methodist church which is being con structed by the congregation which He served last yean Rev. A. A. Howe former pastor here, is now at Buffalo Center. Mrs. Mary Goetz and daughter, Dorothy, returned home Monday following three Weeks spent with a host of their relatives In Illinpls and Indiana. While away they attended a big family reunion held In the park at Princeton, ni- nois, where they had gathered for a picnic dinner. * Homer Lawson, his three sons, Russel, Dick and Bob, left last week for Dubuque, where Bob will enter Columbia Academy for another year's work. Russell and Dick will return home with their father and expect to leave next week for Ames, where they will enter Iowa State College. ~ Mrs. George Aldrich entertained sixteen ladles at four tables of bridge Tuesday of last week Mrs. J. L. Haverly won head prize, Mrs. Frank Kouba, Jr., second high, and Mrs. L. L. Lease low prize. The hostess served a fine two course lunch at the close of the card entertainment. While Mr. and Mrs. Ben Felt were In Illinois recently they called on the George Spangler, Sr. t family there and found them to/be enjoying good health. They wished to be remembered to their many friends to this community. Then- sons, George and Frank, and wives were home for a brief visit. The Ladies' Aid met at the church last Wednesday for the purpose of el- Leaves...., »V You'll be enraptured the minute you see ,them. You'll say "OOli! Ah! Stunning! Gorgeous" and lots of other sweet nothings. But there are sweet somethings about these shoes. Supple leathers used in a new way! Suede, Reptiles, Bad, Patent, Satin, Crepe, Brocade. Flattering lasts made on new lines. Oxfords, ties, operas, strap pumps. You know our shoes are always chic and .of the ordinary, and these Falls models will make you more certain than ever. \ ' •' .' ••,.•• • , • Christensen Bros. SHOE DEPAETMENT. sisting hostess. Roll call was answered j brated her sixt y-second birthday. D. D. by a favorite musical selection. After fciapsaddle and Mrs. Vanderlinden's the business meeting a program was given. Musical selections were given by Leota Geigel, and Evelyn Bode sang two vocal numbers. An interesting article on the origin of folk songs was given by Grace Phillips. Celena McCorkle played two piano numbers and Ida May Gardner sang two vocal selections. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Ora Relken with Mrs. lone Bacon assisting. Neighborhood Party— A group of about forty-five neighbors and friends of Mrs. A. C. Becker gathered at her home Sunday evening for a surprise birthday party. The evening was spent playing five hundred. Mrs. Chas. Kuchynka won the first prize for the women and Fred Powell won the flrat prize for the men. The low prizes were won by Mrs. Gottlieb Gronbach and Ed. Goetsch. Refreshments were served. Four Corners M. & D. Club— The Four Corner Mothers and slster| Mrs Vel guests. were otner Play Bridge at State Park— A group of women gathered at the shelter house at the Call State Park last Wednesday for a one o'clock luncheon and an afternoon of bridge. Mrs. W. E. McDonald won the first prize and Mrs. George St. John won the second prize. Country Club Tournament— J."T. Meurer, wife ' arid'^Satightef, Cheryll Ann, spent Sunday with, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meurer, at Whittemore. B. H. Erdman, who.has been making his home -with his son, Matt, and family, left Friday for Dyersville, to live with one of his sisters there. • Joe Otis and wife went to Rockwell City Thursday to visit her mother, Mrs, A. Schwldesky, and a sister, Mrs. Andy Kutz, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nelson, Alfred, Jr., and Helen took Mrs. Dan Kimes to her home at Fontanelle Sunday after her visit here of three weeks. Carl and Tony Llndenschmidt of Chicago spent the past week with their aunt, Mrs. Catherine Hildman, and other relatives here and at Ayrshire. Miss Irma Arndorfer who has been home for a month's vacation from nursing duties, returned Friday to Battle Creek, Michigan, to again resume her work. Mrs. Jululs Seller has accepted a teaching position at hte Andrew Gollner rural school. Mrs. Seller was Miss Catherine Downs before her marriage last June. Dr. F. L. Adams and son, Dr. James Adams, left Monday" morning for a trip by car for a couple of weeks to the Blaek Hills and the Yellowstone National Park. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murphy, Patricia Miller of Wesley, and the Ed. Doyle family of Kanawha were guests in the Ralph Valentine home In Algona Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolf returned home Tuesday evening from Illinois, where they had spent the past, three weeks with relatives at various, places in the state. Mr. and Mrs. Glair Roblson and son, Marion, of Irvington, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith and Donnajean of Sex- ^^xoiax^^«^<^^ffffx^y^ SPECIAL if' FDR TWO WEEKS BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 22ND Shampoo and Finger Wave $1.00 Oil Shampoo and Finger Wave $1,25 Naivette Croquignole Permanent Waves $7.50 Open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evenings, Watch this paper for our specials. Marigold Beauty Shoppe II (Over K. D. James Drug- Store.) -- Phone 93. Eight women played in the Country ton, were Sunday guests at the home Club bridge tournament meeting which --••-•-•• — - - •• ' was held Friday at the club house. Mrs. Frank Seller won the high prize. There will be two more meetings of the tournament before its close. Evening Party— Mr. and Mrs. W. P. French entertained at three tables of bridge Monday evening. Mrs. G. W. Stillman won the first prize for the ladies and Mr. Stillman won the high prize for the men. Baptist Mission Circle— The Baptist Mission Circle will meet with Mrs. Harvey Coleman Thursday afternoon. Mrs. John Urch will be leader. The subject will be "On a Slow Train Through Cuba." Dinner Club Meets— The members of one of the Algona dinner clubs gathered at the Country Qf Leonard Dahlln, wife and little daughter, Betty Lou, arrived Saturday from their home in Burlington spend a a week or two visiting with his sister, Mrs. Raymond Hanson and family. Mrs. Thomas Reno, Andrew and Ida Reno, all of Spencer, Mr and Mrs. James Flnnegan of Royal spent Tuesday of last week with their son and brother, Albert Reno, at the Wesley hotel. Axel Curlson, Ed. Wolf, Charles Gibson and Henry Schore returned home Saturday from a week's fishing trip to Lake Winneblgoshish and Cass Lake, Minnesota. They report fishing as being excellent, Mrs. Margaret Lawler, son Everett of New Providence, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Drew and daughter, Dorothy Ann of St. Anthony spent Saturday and Sunday with their daughter and ecting officers for the coming year, Mrs. Raymond Hanson; was elected as president; Mrs. John Amesbury, vice president; Mrs. Carl Franzen, treasurer; Mrs. Arlo Dawson, secretary of records and Mrs. Robert Welter, financial secretary. Mrs. Florence Orthel, who has been at the D'. F. L. Adams home as housekeeper, has given up her work and 'together with her : son, Leo,, has gone to California, where they will make their home. One son and a daughter already live there. Mrs. Anna Lille Is again at the Adams home having been Ihere for severar years bef6re Mrs, Orthel held the position. The Catholic Daughters of America held a card party in the hall Saturday afternoon. Four tables of bridge and four; of five hundred were to use. Two gifts "were presented to the two who held the lucky numbers. •,. Mrs. Fred Looft with number ten won the prize in the bridge department and Miss Nell Frimml'with number thirteen, won the prize at the five hundred tables. Alfred Erdman and family moved their household goods into the B. H. Erdman house across from the Catholic church last week and will take up their residence there. They have been living with her mother, Mrs. Kate Kennedy since their arrival hi June from Curlew where he managed a lumber yard; He is manager of the James A. Smith Lumber Company here taking the place of Bert Norton, who resigned. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Albright and two children of Rockwell City and his parents, Fred Albright, Sr., came up from their homes Saturday and spent un til Monday with her brother, Leo Bleich and sister, Mrs. J. A. Hauptmann, and families. On Sunday they togethe with Albert Bleich, the Alfred Erd man and J. A. Hauptmann famille^ were entertained at the Leo Bleich home to a sumptuous dinner and sup per. Dr. Tom Irish and wife of Fores City were entertained at the H, J Braley home Thursday evening for a six-thirty dinner. Alson Braley ha served as junior Interne at the Irish hospital the past summer months. He left Monday morning fpr Iowa City to again resume his studies in the medical course which he is pursuing and left a week early to be present fo: the "rushing" In connection with th< fraternity of which he is a member. Mr. and Mrs. John Harris of Mac, Illinois, has been here the pas month visiting their daughters, -Mrs Horner Anderson at Algona, and Mrs Lawrence Hanson of Thompson. An other daughter, Marie, is teaching the Herman Carlson school. On October 1, Mr. Harris will take over the dutie: as postmaster at Sexton, living in the Otto Neuman house, Mr, and Mrs Neuman will take over the Quinn store and make their home in the rooms al the rear of the building. Club Friday evening for a Dutch din- sister, Mrs. John Hutchison. ner followed by bridge. Methodist Supper- Trie Methodist Ladies' Aid will have their annual chicken pie supper at the church November 11. Mm. Stockwell Entertained— Mrs. Anna Stockwell entertained ten friends at a dinner party Tuesday noon. The afternoon was spent socially. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Schrauth arrived Friday from their home in Geneva, Illinois, for a brief visit with his relatives here. Since his leaving here about eight years ago, he has been following the carpenter trade. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday night with Mrs. Van Hanson as hostess In the Auxiliary rooms over the Klelnpeter hall. It Is planned that election of officers for the coming year will take place. It. Benedict Couple to Live at Britt. Wesley, September 16. Special: The marriage of Miss Florence Yegge and Lawrence Ludwig was solemnized Monday morning at the St. Boniface church at Garner to the presence of a large gathering of relatives and friends. The bride, who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H, A. Yegge, wore a beautiful gown or orchid colored satin, orchid hat a nd white brocaded "'.Uppers. She carried a bridal bouquet of rises and ferns. Her bridesmaid, Anna Bleich, of Wesley, was dressed in a pretty peach colored all over lace dress with accessories to match. Her bouquet eon- sited" of : carnations ""and "tferas; <• • Mr. Ludwig is a son of Mr. and Mrs. George CiUdwig to the St. Benedict neighborhood, and was attended by his brother, Leo. A wedding breakfast of three courses was served to the immediate relatives after which the bridal couple left for a honeymoon trip to the Black Hills and the Yellowstone National Park. Upon their return they will live at Britt where Mr. Ludwig will operate two pool halls. Union M. & D. Club Met Last Thursday. Union, September 16. Special: The Union (Mothers and Daughters club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Cora Bacon at Algona last Thursday afternoon with her daughter, Mrs. Mary Hoflus of Lone Rock as assisting hostess. A talk, "The Gift of the Great Spirit" was very well given by Mrs. Rowena Ryerson of Portland township. Mrs. Ryerson was formerly Miss Rowena McWhorter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, LeRoy McWhorter and her talk was much enjoyed by the club members. The payment of dues was received by the treasurer and the new club books were given in return. The meeting was conducted by the new president, Winifred Jergenson. The next meeting will be held at the home of Marie Bode, September 26, with Metta Culbertson as assisting hostess. The program consists of music by Lucille Bode, a magazino article by Marjorle Dearchs and a, paper, " Preservation" by Mary Hoflus. Catholic Mission Draws Large Crowds. The mission which has'been held every morning and evening'at St. Cecelia's Catholic church since: last Sunday has been drawing large crowds. It has been conducted by two Jesuit priests from Chicago and they have been giving many interesting 1 and Instructive sermons which have been of Loebig-Arndorfer Wedding at Wesley; Miss Mildred Loeblg and Leonard Arndorfer of Wesley were married on Wednesday morning, September 10, at nine o'clock in the St. Joseph's church at Wesley by Father Geo. -F. Wessling. The couple was attended by the groom's sister, Loraine, and his cousin, Bernard Arndorfer. The bride wore a white satin gown with embroidered white veil, and white satin slippers. Her bridesmaid wore a gown of green georgette with hat to matchi.arollowlng the ceremony a three course dinner was served at noon at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Loeblg. In the evening a wedding dance was given at the lowing•• dayi,the bri< on a wedding nip.'to various points In Minnesota. They will be at'Tiome near St. Benedict on one of the farms own- t ed by the groom's father. * Nazarene Church. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m., lesson title, "Jonah, The Narrow Nationalist, Rebuked." Golden text, "Of a truth I perceive that God Is no respecter of persons; but in every nation he that feareth Him and worketh righteousness, Is accepted with him." (Acts 10: 34-35. Morning worship at eleven o'clock with sermon by the pastor. Text, 23 Proverbs 29:32, verse 30, "They that tarry long at the wine; they that go to seek mixed wine," 32, "At last it bit- eth like a serpent and slngeth like an adder." You will find the cure in Christ, Matt. 11:28, "Come unto me, all ye that labor, and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest." Evening evangelistic service. Wed- interest to Catholics and Protestants nesday evening prayer and praise ser- allke. Everybody is invited to attend ; vice. All our evening services at seven- this mission whfch will be concluded thirty. We welcome you to our eer- next Sunday, I vices.—I. F. Metcalf, pastor. Will ootwtth « well M wttl«H9 QV t e( 80 of tb* Ufl*ti prictd ifeffcr.tub wwhtn on tl* BMita B«cM by WtaW GwMtei Bond ol «* of tht oUttt «M| tuonpd of Q(fw you «t« few o* mor«, « dtgrM of convenient* («v«n for * vpy moU fonlJy) wdkit *«, *p*n<l«biltty, tan* 0, W. Erickson Hardware L. J. NELSON, Met.
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