The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1931 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 21, 1931
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?i£,i' y . & •r '' *>a The Upper Des Moines Republican, January 21, 1931 Wesley Lodges Installed Officers. Wesley, January 19. Special: Members of the Ode! Fellpw and Rebekah lodges met. Friday evening for the pur- pere of holding joint installation of officers for the ensuing year. The staff of installing officers of the Algona lodges was present and very ably and creditably put cm the work. The following officers for the I. O. O. F. lodge were installed: noble grand. John Amesbury: vice grand. W. W. Sturdi- •vant; secretary, Preston Chapirt; treasurer. Guy M. Butts; chaplain, Wallace Benton; warden, Paul Frpeburg: conductor. Alfred Nelson; inside gnardtan; Carl Johnson: outside guardian. Harold Tryon: Arlo Dawson and Carl Franzen, right and left supporters to noble grand; Roy Wiseman and William Knight, scene supporters; Ihno Gerdes and Ammon Lease, right and left supporters to vice grand. The following officers for the Rebe- kahs were installed: noble, grand, Mrs. Paul Erdmann; vice grand. Mrs. Carl Johnson; secretary, Mrs. Vec Mullin; treasurer. Mrs. Guy M. Butts; warden. Mrs. Eunice Nelson; conductor. Miss Eva McCall; chaplain. Mrs. John Amesbury: inside guardian. Hattie Price; right supporter to noble grand, Mrs. Wallace Benton; left supporter to noble grand, Mrs. Sturdivant; right supporter to vice grand. Mrs. N. C. Kelson; left support to vise grand. Mrs. William Knight. After the installation ceremonies, a few hours of dancing to the music furnished by Green's orchestra of Lu- Verne, was enjoyed by the serving of refreshments. Even Preachers Have Taste for Liquor. An inexperienced backwoods preacher, not wise to the iniquity of the world, was recently entertained at a dinner where a glass of milk punch •was quietly set by each plate. In silence and happiness he quaffed his goblet and then feelingly remarked, "Madam, you should dally thank God for such a cow." — Ex. WEST BEND NEWS. yy&asy&a&K^^ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koch attended the basket ball game at Ruthven on Friday evening. Mr. Scharr, the local high school music instructor, spent the week end at his home in Storm Lake. Mrs. Bough of Algona is spending- a few days visiting at the home of her niece, Mrs. Carl Vohs and family. . George Foley and Tom Williams returned Friday from Sheldon, where they had been attending a Masonic school of instruction. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mikes and Mrs. L A. Johnston were among the basket ball fans who attended the game at Ruthven Friday evening. Kenneth Miller, Alvin Maberry and Mr. and Hrs. C. C. Miller and their daughter, Dorothy, attended the basket ball game at Ruthven on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Giles Geist went to Havelock on Saturday for a week end visit .with relatives. The snow storm kept, them from returning home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Keuper and three children of near Rodman spent Fri- doy afternoon In West Bend. Mrs. Kuyper attended the missionary meeting at the home of Mrs. Watson. Mrs. Vemon Zimmerman of Omaha Came Monday for a visit at the home of Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Zimmerman. Mrs. Zimmerman is a daughter-in-law *of Rev. Zimmerman and this Is her first visit here. Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler returned home Friday evening from Des Moines where they had been since 'Tuesday attending the meeting of the Iowa Veterinary association in session ;at that place. The independent basket ball team Journeyed over from Bancroft Friday evening and player! with the local team. Bancroft, was defeated by a score of 45 to 20. John Satern moved his family tip from Bode Wednesday and they are occupying the George Ivey residence Three of the children .started to school Monday. Mr. Satern is the new manager of the Champlin oil station. The district Sunday School convention of Palo Alto county will be held in the Methodist church January 29th. The West Bend Presbyterian and M E. churches will be represented. A program is being prepared and wHi b? given later. Mr. and Mrs. Dubbs and daughter. Mildred, attended the funeral of Mis Vera White at Rolfe Sunday. Miss White died at the Oakdale sanitarium of tuberculosis. Her father. Earl White farmed south of town a few years ago and the children attended the public school. The high school basket ball teams went to Ruthven Friday evening and played a hard fought game. The local teams beat Ruthven by a score, for the girls, 22 to 13 and for the boys 23 to 16. The teams will play Bode here Tuesday evening and Mallard there on Friday evening. While Wash Harris was in town Thursday evening, a number of relatives gathered at their home to surprise him and remind him of his birthday. Mrs. Harris called him horn? and on arriving his small grandchildren greeted him with a birthday song. The evening was spent with games and visiting. A delicious lunch which the guests brought with them, was served. Mrs. H. A. Sloan was pleasantly surprised Saturday evening when her daughters invited the rest of the family in to spend the evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Thorstein Satem and family, Mrs. Guy Post, of near Mallard, and Mrs. Fred Wirtz of Rodman. Miss Neva Sloan remembered with a telephone call and the absent members of the family from a distance with letters and gifts. An enjoyable evening was spent and refreshments were served. McFarland & Walker's store Is being remodeled and will be much more convenient. The grocery department will be in the back of the store. The notions will be on the south side near the rear, the shoes near the front. On ;he north side near the front part will i>e the ready-to-wear department and :he dry goods near them. A balcony- is being built across the back part. This will be used for oilcloths, llno- eums, rugs and Mr. McFarland will have his office there. Tuesday evening the Plover basket ball girls came over for a game with the West Bend girls. The Plover girls defeated the West Bend girls by a score of 44 to 29. The superintendent of the Mallard school was the referee. The Algona boys' basket ball team won from the local boys' team the same evening by a score of 23 to 16. 'The girls' team was treated to an oyster supper after the game by the coach, Miss Stadtmuller. The supper was prepared and served by Miss Greells, and the domestic science girls in the school dining room. The Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary society of the Presbyterian church met at the home of Mrs. Geo. Watson Friday afternoon at three o'clock. The meeting was called, to order by the president, Mrs. Hayne, who led the. devotions. Invocation was given by Mrs. Zimmerman. Ten members responded to roll call by verses from the Psalms. A business meeting was held followed by the program. Mrs. George Watson gave a very Interesting reading, "A Chinese Puzzle." Mrs. Carl Vohs played two beautiful violin selections, "Rock of Ages" and "Smiling Through." A playlet, "The Clinic of a Missionary Specialist" was given by four girls, Helen Watson, Dorothy Miller, Grace Sloan and Josephine Carver and was much enjoyed by all. The offering was taken and the meeting was dimlssed by the Mlzpah benediction. A lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Watson and Mrs. C. C. Miller, assisted by four girls. A number of visitors were present and spent an enjoyable afternoon. Weslev 'News Items Iowa Coal A baby girl came to gladden th? home of' Mr. and Mrs. John Youngwirth Thursday. Nick Miller was taken to the Kossuth hospital Thursday where he submitted to a mastoid operation. Roy Wiseman left for Des Moines about ten days «?o where he submitted to an operation for hernia. Mr. and Mrs. Martin WUberg of F'enton spent Friday as p.iests in the home of her sister. Mrs. Henry Looft. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Giddines were entertained at, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Anderson at Aleona Sunday. Carl Ltndstrom left for the Polyclinic hospital In Des Moines two weeks ago where he has submitted to treatments. Mrs. Max Sfuder and children of Manly spent Saturday visiting her father. 6. M. Huber at-the Kossuth hospital. Viest) Kiilsholm and children and Miss Millie Meyers were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Funnemark Sunday. Jorpen Skow attended the funeral of Mrs. Hoppe at Algona Satrday afternoon. The Hopp and Skow families were neighbors at one time. The sum of $1855 was realized by the American Legion Auxiliary at the food and bake sale held at the A. L. Kleinpeter store Saturday. Mrs. Henry Dorweiler of West Bend and Mrs. Julius Studer of St. Benedict were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Studer Saturday. Miss Katie Eden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eden, has entered the Algona hospital, where she has commenced a course in nurses' training. Mrt and Mrs.. Elliott Severeld of Dows and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Henry and daughter of Ackley were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft Sunday. Mrs. C. H. Moore returned home Friday evening from Madison, South Dakota, where she had been since the holidays visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. G. A. Wenk. At the meeting of the town council the past week. Paul Freeburg was hired as marshal! to fill the vacancy caused by he resignation of William Knight, which will take effect February first. William M. Gordon of Corwith was the successful winner of the pony given away at the Charles Downs .annual pony dance last Thursday evening. A >'ery large crowd was In attendance at the dance. The home of John Weiland is under Quarantine for scarlet fever. Mrs. Weiland being the afflicted member of the family. Her mother, Mrs. Ira Thompson is caring for the family and household duties. Mrs. Charles Heebner and Mrs. Farnk Kutz of Rockwell Mrs. City Per Ton spent Saturday visiting their father, Nick Miller who is confined to the Kossuth hospital in Algona. . These ladles were formerly known as Anna and Tracy Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Funnemark entertained the members of the Wesley township farm bureau Friday evening at their home. Plans were laid and a program studied for the coming year. Mrs. Funnemark served a very delicious lunch to the guests. Jorgen Skow spent from Wednesday until Thursday at Waterloo in attendance at the Iowa Creamery Secretary & Managers' Association meeting which was held there at that time. The meeting was held as a special to elect a state creamery secretary. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chambers of Stuart spent several days the past week at the home of his sister, Mrs. Tom Nelson. Upon their return home on Thursday, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Chambers who has visited since the holidays, accompanied them home. Dr. W. H. Lease began his evangelistic meetings at the Methodist church Tuesday evening of this week. It is planned to continue these for two weeks omitting Saturday nights. Dr. Lease will deliver the sermons in the evenings as well as Sunday morning and night. O. M. Huber, who has been visiting with his daughter, Mrs. Max Studer, near Manly, was brought home Thursday and taken to the Kossuth hosni- tal where he was advised to remain for at least a week. It seems that Mr. Huber's heart is rather weak and a period of rest was prescribed for his recvoery. Rock-a-bye baby—down at the Fred Looft home. We are pleased to report a big bouncing baby boy who ar • We will have another our of:' Iowa's Best Coal that * ' will bo on track, January 23rd. Place your orders now as it will all be sold off from the car. Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 250 or :!78. M. J. Tool, MgT. *f»fr*fo~»*Jlr*<*9+Jb*~*>+^^ fi®Ba^<>:&v<%&&0ff&^ PERMANENT WAVE SPECIAL We have purchased one of the new Frederic Combination Spiral and CroquifiioJc permanent waving machines. With this new machine wo can give either u spiral or croquignole wave or a combination of the two waves. These combination waves are very popular because of their tight end curl, and they are much mo)'e lasting than just a croquignolc wave. We ure using the best Frederic pads on these waves and not the cheapest grade. As soon as our machine arrives we will make a special price on these waves for a short time only. Wttteh this paper for our special prices. Our regular price on Nnivctte Croqulgole Waves is now $5.00. Marigold Beauty Shoppe II Over K. D. James Drug Store. Phone 93 <yj^m&<tt®®&a^^ rived at the Looft home Sunday morn- ini? and will answer to the call of Charles Wayne. Mother and son are doing nicely and Fred will show signs of surviving within a few days H is thought. Fred Diekman left Sunday fo- Anita, where" he will spend s, few days this wtek as auditor at the Kunz Grain Company elevator there. Mrs. Diek- n:ann. who has been ill with gland trouble and mouth infection, is greatly improved and is able to be about again. Miss Selmer is employed at the-Diekmann home. Mrs. Charles Murphy. Mrs. John Hutchison. Mrs. Julius Kunz. Mrs. John Ormsby. Mrs. Alfred Erdman and Mrs. Harry Johnson attended a card party sponsored by the Catholic Daughters at Brftt Saturday afternoon. About eighteen tables of bridge and five hundred were played followed by the serving of an inviting lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haverly and son, Clarence, drove to Fort Dodge on Saturday, where they spent the day with their daughter, Dorothy, who Is taking a course in nurses training at the Mercy hospital. Clarence, who has been home since shortly after Thanksgiving week plans to return to his work as cow tester at Waukon this week. The Catholic Daughters of America enjoyed a very successful card party Wednesday evening at their ! John Hartshorn was a business call- hall. Nineteen tables of bridge and \ er at Algona Saturday. busi- We Have Moved to Roupe's Grocery St«*e Come in or phone for First-Class Rdio Repair Service. We work day or fight Ben's Radio Shep Phone 577 » •> Algon Iowa LEDYABD NEWS. dred and E. M. Olson winning first in bridge. A nice lunch was served at the close of the evenings' entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley and Mrs. Albert Mumma were entertained at a seven o'clock dinner party at the home of Mrs. Baker in Britt Tuesday even- Ing. Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Braley were host and hostess to a group of friends who were served a three course dinner at nine tables. After the dinner, bridge was enjoyed by the three dozen guests present. Mr. and Mrs. N. Studer have received word from then- son, Ed., at Excelsior that Donald, their son, met with an auto accident last week which resulted in a double fractured thigh bone for Donald. It was thought at first that the leg would have to be amputated, but Saturday the word was received here which looked favorable for the keeping of his limb. Little LeRoy Krull, thirteen months old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jerry Barnes was a business caller at Algona Saturday afternoon. Ed. Halverson was a business caller at Bancroft -last Monday evening. Mrs. Jesse O'Keefe was having dental work done at Lakota Thursday. Charles Gael was transacting business at Fairmont Thursday afternoon. Miss Barbara Wylam was a business caller at Bancroft Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz were business callers at Fairmont Thursday. W. A. Dutton of Algona was calling at the Ed. Campbell home here Monday afternoon. Joe Jenks of Bancroft spent Thursday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jenks. Mrs. T. Parrish and Mrs. Hazel Osterman of Blue Earth were callers here Friday evening. Krull, living between Wesley and Wo- I Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson and den, passed away Thursday night at eight o'clock following a siege of flu- pneumonia. Funeral services were held at one o'clock at Woden with burial taking place in the Buffalo township cemetery. Besides his parents, he leaves four brothers and two sisters. The Study club met in regular session on Thursday, January 15, at the home of Mrs. J. L. Haverly. Eight members responded to roll call by naming an article made of glass. The lesson on the manufacture of glass was daughter came Saturday from Seneca for a visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Looft and Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Plngel were shoppers at Fairmont Friday afternoon. Rev. Damon was taken to the hospital at Fairmont last Saturday. At this writing he is slowly improving. Norma Manswith, who Is working at Algona, spent Sunday here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Mansmith. The Sewing circle met last Mon, . . . ,, , . - , day evening with Mrs. Virgil'Barrett, conducted by Veva Lease, who supple- , Everyone enjoyed the - evening very mented her talk with pictures from the t m .,.h Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company. Mrs. Joe Otis and Mrs. William German were guests of the club. Reports come from Emma Studer that she is out of danger at this writing, having been a petrt»rt—sufferer from colltfls. Her father'and brother, Julius, spent Thursday at the Mercy hospital at Mason City with her. Upon their return home Mrs. Bertha Ritchmeier accompanied them and remained until Saturday evening when she again left to be with her sister, until Sunday when one of her sons from Ackley was to come for her. Friends here have received; announcements of the marriage of Miss Thelma Roe of Garner to Cecil Stille, also of Garner. The wedding took place Thursday morning at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Roe. The couple will make their home in Garner. Mrs. Stille Is well and favorably known by many in this community having lived here during her childhood and later returned to be employed in the public school where she was one of the successful teachers for two years. Members of the Deal 'Em club enjoyed a theatre party at Algona Thursday afternoon when the four losers of a round of bridge entertained the high scorers of the club. After the matinee the group retired to the Behlmer candy kichen where a two course lunch was served. The winners were thefollowing: Mrs. H. J. Braley, Mrs. Frank Kouba, Mrs. Charles Murphy and Mrs. Ihno A. Gerdes with Mrs. Albert J. Mumma as invited guest. The losers were Mrs. Julius Kunz, Mrs. Henry Kunz, Mrs. John Hutchison and Mrs. L. L. Lease. Mrs. Bertha Looft, who also was a winner was unable to attend. P. BANCROFT NEWS. A. J. Rahe of Cherokee was a business visitor here Friday. A. Mayer of Waterloo is visiting with relatives and friends here. Miss Amorita Schiltz began work in the Conlan bakery Monday. Rev. P. Sturm of Ledyard attended the card party here Thursday evening. Walter and George Kockler of St. Cloud, Minnesota, are visiting with relatives and friends here. Miss Margaret Miller has resigned her position in the bakery and will work in the telephone office. Mrs. Mary Goodson and Mrs. Geo. Johnson of Algona spent last Tuesday at the Dr. E. A. Howe home. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Schiltz and their daughters, Mildred and Amorita were visitors at Mankato last Thursday. John Ernest of Cedar Rapids was visiting Bancroft friends here the past week. He was a former resident of this vicinity. Miss Teckla Ricken of Algona spent Sunday at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Kate Vaske and with other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Fangman and children of Algona spent Sunday at the M. J. Dyer and Frank Fangman homes. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilhelmi left on Sunday for LeMars to attend the wedding of the latter's niece, Helen Kellen, who will be married Tuesday. Miss Julia Quinn who operated a beauty parlor In the basement of the Conlan bakery, has moved her shop into the John Nemmers office. Pat O'Gara of Mason City, Dorothy Mangan of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pierce of Lakota spent Thursday at the local telephone exchange. Mrs. Ed. Brink and daughter, Helen of Waterloo are visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Joseph Welp and other local relatives and friends Mrs. J. O. Priester and Mrs. Peter Fuchsen of Whittemore spent the past week visiting at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. M. L. Schiltz and with other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Schiltz entertained a number of friends at a card party Sunday evening. Five hundred was played at four tables. Frank Hat ten and Mrs. P. J. Schiltz won the high prizes and LeRoy Schiltz and Mrs. Joe Recker low. Mrs. John Haupert and P. J. Schiltz received cut prizes. A delicious lunch was served. The first of a series of card parties was held at St. John's auditorium on Thursday evening. Both bridge and five hundred were played. Leona Schneider and Joe Recker won high scores, and Mrs. John Brink and P. M. Schiltz low scores in flve hundred. In bridge Mrs. A. H. Deltering and A. A. Droessler won high scores and Mrs. J. H. Sheridan and Mike Hoffman low scores. Leander Menke won $2.50 In gold for the door prize. A Baptist rally was held at Bancroft at the Baptist church Thursday, January 15. A program was given by Rev. Chas. A. Wells, a former newspaper cartoonist, editorial artist and foreign correspondent and writer. Miss Enid Johnson, a missionary from China, gave a demonstration of the work in South China. Rev. Frank Anderson, state secretary and Rev. Lat- lin, a state worker, were also on the program. A large crowd was in attendance. Miss Evelyn Anderson of Chicago is spending her two weeks' vacation here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs; Gus Anderson: Otto'Bauman and'Miss Bel uidip Peterson of Swea 1 City were married' about two weeks ago. They spent last Sunday here visiting his parents. The Seneca basket ball teams played here Friday evening. The Seneca girls easily won their game, while the' Ledyard boys came out victorious after a hard fought battle. Ira Genrich was seriously hurt last Friday while blasting stumps at the Jake Rink home south of towrr.. He was taken immediately to the-hospital at Algona. At this writing wff have not learned how serious the- accident was. LONE BOCK NEWS; Henry Ristaii of LuVerne was in town Friday. Mrs. William Godden is on the sick list at present. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Burt of Burt's Lake were in town Monday. The August Mielke family visited with Mrs. Macumber Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thompson visited 1 relatives here Wednesday. The Larkin club met with Mrs. Watson Shick Thursday afternoon. Plans have been made to have the home declamatory contest February 3rd. Glen Leeper had his tonsils removed last Wednesday at Burt by Dr. Clapsaddle. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris attended the funeral of Tom Hawcott at Burt Friday. Frank Flaig and W, W. Stone of West Bend made a business trip to Titonka Friday. The Roderick Auto Company sold Harlan Blanchard a new Chevrolet coach last week. Willard, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson has been having the chicken pox recently. Mi - . and Mrs. Fred Genrich and Miss Pauline Lewis made a business trip to Fort Dodge Saturday. Mrs. H. J. Rice received word the first of the week that her brother at a place in Nebraska had died, Mrs. Albert Hutchinson and Ernest went to Minneapolis Thursday. Mrs. Hutchinson will stay for a few days. The old Lieb farm house south of the Walter Krause school house was burned down last Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Ackennan and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Quinn visited at the Otis Sanders home Sunday night. The show for Saturday night will be William Halnes In "The Girl Said No," There will also be a two reel comedy. Mrs. John Rath went to Curlew Friday to help care for her little grandson, who has been very ill with the flu. The Sewing club met with Mrs. Jack Quinn Thursday night and will meet with Mrs. Prank Flaig next Thursday night. The first, second, third and fourth grades will give a program at the school gymnasium Tuesday night, January 27th. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rahn went to Fairmont on Saturday and Mrs. Glen Leeper and children returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jensen went to Swea City Sunday to help the Wm, Chrlstensens celebrate their sixteenth wedding anniversary. Charles Hawks, who has been suffering from rheumatism for some time, went to Algona last Tuesday to take treatments from Dr. Scanlan. William O'Donnell who has been visiting with relatives at Campus, Illinois, the past ten days,, returjhed home last Wednesday. Tom O'Donnell returned home from Chicago the same day. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sharp entertained the following at a flve hundred card party Friday night: the Dempsey family, Myron Alderson family and son, Arnold, J. H. Schwartz, Axel Petersons and Seldon Straley, all of Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfredson of Ringsted. The basket ball teams from Fenton played a game here Friday night. The Lone Rock girls won their game by the score of 32 to 20 and the Lone Rock boys lost by the score of 29 to 10. Hanifan of Swea City refereed the games. Ledyard teams will play Lone Rock here Friday night. Gladys Stebritz entertained the following girls at a party Saturday night In honor of her sixteenth birthday: Margaret, Bernice and Imogene ncclcric';, Mary Ellen and Marvel Marlow, Naomi Wagner, Lola Marlow, Vir- pinia Bates and Miss Culbertson of Algona. They all met at tht Hawks home and went to Bancroft to the skating rink and then returned to the Hawks home where a lunch was served. All reported -a good time. The Legion Auxiliary held their January meeting at the Legion hall on Wednesday, January 14th» with ten members present. It was voted to send five dollars for the 1931 poppies and one dollar for the carnival at Knoxville. This month one dollar was sent to our adopted soldier and one dollar our monthly contribution to Knoxville. MlrS. Oscar Earing and Miss Anna Flaig were hostesses. The following is the treasurer of the Auxiliary report for 1930: rehabilitation—dinners for disabled soldiers, $2.80; Christmas cheer monthly donations to Knoxville, $12.00; monthly donations to J. Phillips, $12; Konxvllle fund, $2.80; birthday party at KnoxvOle, $1.00; prize for Fourth of July party, 50c; child welfare, flve sleeping garments, $3.00; cms-fourth poppy proceeds, $3.62; national defense fund, 50c; educational fund, $1.00; flowers for sick and bereaved, $7.85; gifts for departing members, $450; subscription to Iowa Legionalre, $1.00; prize to local theatre, May, 1930, $1.00. J. P. Cunningham is busy these days with assessing. Mrs. Clifford Holding and baby have been ill with the flu. Miss Lucille Sewick was ill for several days of last week. Merle Ash of Wesley visited at the W. H. Smith home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John John were guests at the Ellis Jain home Sunday. The Birthday circle met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Squire Hudson. Harold Jones has been confined to his home by Illness for several days. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. John Schneider was buried here last Tuesday. Riley Hall of El Paso, Illinois, came to attend the funeral of Thomas Hawcott. Miss Cecil Wolfe spent Sunday at Emmetsburg at the home of her sister. Mrs. Rachel Lowe spent Monday at the home of her son, Victor at Algona. The Legion boys are putting on a masquerade dance Thursday night of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald' Brace and son were dinner guests at the Fred Ringsdorf home recently. The U. and I. Circle will hold their annual banquet at the- J. H. Bchroed- er home this week. Senator G. W. Patterson came from Des Moines to spend the end with his family. A baby girl was born to considerable troil with them. f6r the aast year. Mrs. Alfred Gfedson went Moines last wee?here she entered ;he Polyclinic htai for medical ;reatment. Mr. and Mrs. H Trainer of Sparta, Wisconsin, si the week end here with Hollis' Ints, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Trainer. Mr. and Mrs. iWordlh moved on Saturday to one 3eorge Koestler'd farms. The farms been occupied by Walter Sorensffi Mr. and Mrs. j> Stow, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Stow Jtne C. L. Phelps family were dlnnefsts at the C. E. Moore home Sunda Mr. and Mrs. Mitrown and son, Leo of Garner, M/Vlma Williams and Mrs. Catherine wn spent Sunday at the C. B. Chin home. The Methodist Lat Aid will serve a cafeteria supper he church on Thursday night of week at six o'clock. Everyone Is ted to attend. After supper there V» a program and a social time fo. Mrs. C. L. Phelps it Friday at' the Bernard Thompfcome, where a Sunday School clmeeting was held and a mlssionarjjtlng held ta the afternoon. Dlnnes served and a social time enjoyedall. Mr. and Mrs. Charltrsen, Misses Loretta and Beulah In, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Slgsbee aim, Mr. and Mrs. Granzow and chii enjoyed a birthday dinner in hoir Mrs. John Dittmer at her home iana on Sunday. The G. Bunkofske hi c aur;ht fire last Wednesday night was quite badly damaged. The f.arted over the kitchen and a new had to be put on. Considerable m ge was done to the interior by vater used in putting out the fire. The Woman's club me\day night at the home of Mrs. M. Inaas with Mrs. P. L. Dremmel as iant hostess. The program was flows: roll call, Words Commonly ironounc- ed; "Influence of New Si in Latin America," by Mrs. R. E. "hel; "Education of Women In lAmerica,"' by Mrs. M. L. Vlnaas^oks and ' Library" by Mrs. Wm. Vijjoolf review by Mrs. Olllver Or* "Rings of San Luis Rey," by Th' wilder. The hostesses served a dfig Junchv The following officers install-ed in the Eastern Star lod> week- Mrs. F. L. Pratt, W. M.; :,- j O nes'. W. P.; Mrs. Walter KlaJA' M- Walter Klamp, A. P.; Mrs, Trainer, secretary; Mrs. C. Hira^er treasurer; Mrs. C. W Pat, conductress; Mrs E. E. Paine, ai4 coni ductress; Mrs. Elizabeth terson chaplain; Mrs. George ' marshal!; Miss Lottie Bt ganist; Mrs. Ray DremirAdah- Mrs. P. F. Krlethe, Martha; no' Bailey, Electra; Mrs. M.' inaas'- ' ' warden and P. F. Kriethe,-S;i Mrs. Stanley Black at Schrader home Sunday. and Charles A meeting of the held at the home of kofske last Wednes Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lizzie Sb itors Friday o. bureau was Albert Bun- A. Whltehill and were Algona vis- week. Mr. and M/s. George Graham spent several day? last week at the home of daughter, Mrs. Roy Olark. Mr. and Mrs. K. J, Smith and their children were dinner guests at the M. M. Morrow home In Algon* last Friday evening. Fred Lavrens to at St. Paul having Ws eyes treated. Mr. has had Remnant Sale Now Going on at LUSBY'S Wall Paper Store ;{ Call and got yours while tjio selection itt good, They go fust, You can I paper "for a Hcmg/ 1

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