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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 25, 1931
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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, February 25, 1931 SOCLE Musical Recital Meases — I Party for Father toefrfclhoHz— An interchange of gifts and friend- j The trustees of the Catholic church llness and a mutual appreciation and mutual discovery, made the musical vespers at the Congregational church last Sunday evening a most happy and beneficial affair 1 . Mrs. Ingraham is the possess of a lovely high soprano voice, whose clear musical tones were especially marked In the upper ranges of her heavier numbers, such as Gounod's "O, Divine Redeemer," and the Isaiah number at the climax of her program, "A Highway Shall be There." Her singing shows the background of extensive training as well as a natural artistry. Miss Ellis Bracken gave satisfaction and firm support In her organ numbers. Her playing showed delicacy, sympathy, and warmth; and the restraint manifested all through her numbers was overcome in the rising enthusiasm of the "Pilgrims' Chorus" from Tannhauser by Wagner. The church auditorium was filled by those who came to enjoy this hour of worship through music, and thc-y were not disappointed. Following the program the music committee of the church entertained the musicians and their friends who drove over with them from Mason City at a luncheon served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh. Arnonc at St. Benedict gave a surprise birthday party. Sunday, February 15. for their pastor. Father B. H. Loeffelholtz The guests played buSco, foSlowuig which a dellcous luncheon was served at a table decorated in a yellow, white and pink color scheme. A large birthday cake with pink candles was used as the centerpiece. The pastor was presented with a gift and received the best wishes of the group for many more happy birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schlerman and Frank Loeffelholtz of Mt. Carmel who were visiting their brother. Father LoeffelholU. were out of town guests at the party. Grover Family Gathering— Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Wallace entertained several members of the Grover family at a dinner Sunday In honor of Mrs. Wallace's father. J. H. Grover of Burt. The guesta Included Mr. and Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks and son. Grover. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Grover and son. Harold, and Miss Marie Grover, all of Burt. Mr. Grover was 92 years old last July, and at the present time Is busy pulling in his garden. In all his nine- tv-:-o years this is the first time he 1 •" " ?d In the garden in February, of the week he planted early ;ts and the like. gathered together to heip James Cruik- „» j fh&si. father of Arthur and Leonard of Union, celebrate his birthday. Those present I were the Arthur and Frank Cruikshank i fsculies. Mr. and Mrs. John Ditsworth ham and Miriam Ingraham. husband j and daughter of Mrs. Ingraham and j Parfr for James Crmkshank — Judge and Mrs. J. J. Clark, and oSh-, A ' ^r^ gj ren by Mr. and Mrs. ers. | Leonard Cruiishank "Sunday was a — :: ~ j verr happy event. Relatives were Zel'a Buflington Weds— Miss Zella Buffington. daughter 01 Mr. and Mrs. Phil Buffington of TI- tonka, and Erroll Harris of Hampton were married Saturday ereninr, February 14. at the home of the Methodist minister. Rev. Arthur Young In Hampton. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Harris, of Sheffield, a brother and sister-in-law of the groom, j J ° Zella was graduated from the Titonia ! — high school with the class of 1325. j and later from a beauty culture schoolj at Sioux Falls. South Dakota, and at r o. E. S. Meetin«— Des Molnes. For some time she was j Tc£ j^-,^ me eans of the O. E. S. employed at the Marigold Beauty j ^ ^ j^ M ^^g^ March 3. Mrs. Shoppe I in Algona. About six months | K( ,TIJ«> blanker wortr-T erand matron of i ago she went to Hampton where £hs i IQ^" and M^L Zola SchaeS^r. district | has been engaged as an operator in : , : _.^_ ii ,, t7 . ^^ ^ p-espr-t a-^j a ^^y^ the Mari-Posa Beauty Shop. Mr. Har- : ^-^daris is desired. ~There will be ris is a son of Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Harris of Hampton. He was graduated from the Hampton high school in 1923 and later attended the Iowa State Teachers' college at Cedar Falls. He is employed as c!erk at the Hotel Coonley at Hampton. While in Algoca Zella made many friends who will wish her every happiness. Dornblcr-Polter Nuptials Viola Catherine Dornbler of Corwith and Carroll, only son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Potter of Algona, were married Tuesday, February 17, at the M E. parsonage at Gowrle by the Rev. Patterson. They spent a short time with games, with a business meeting Ora Rieken read a patriotic article and Ella Hutchins read a magazine article on Washington. The next meeting will be held March 4th at the home of Sadie Hopkins with Lela Seeley assisting in serving. BVthday Party— Forty-four relatives and friends of Fred Lavrenz gathered at his home Sunday evening to help him celebrate his seventy-fifth birthday. Bridge and five hundred was played, the high score winners being Mrs. August Becker and Mr. Wagoner, the low score win- r.ers being Louie Hintz and August Huenhold. Lunch was served after the Mr. Lavrenz was presented substantial sum of money as a birthday gift from the guests. Training School— The fourth subject matter training school of the first year home management project, "Planned Leisure and Personal Efficiency." will be held at the home of Mrs. George Godfrey Friday. February 27. The meeting will begin at ten In the morning and close at four In the afternoon. The ladies are to bring one covered dish and sandwiches. All members are urged to come and bring friends who are interested in this work. Union Mothers and Daughters— The Union Mothers and Daughters club will meet tomorrow at the home of Mary Wood with Ethel Smith as assisting hostess. The program includes a solo by Rev. Wood; a paper ••What is that in thy Hand," by Minnie Sarchett; magazine article, "If you Don't Like Yourself Change." by Ada Hofius. This will be the first of a series of regular meetings as the winters parties have been concluded for this year. HIGH SCHOOL WON LAST TWO GAMES Clarion Lost 33 to 17 and Hampton by the Score of 12 to 10. LOCALS WON FIVE CONFERENCE GAMES. N. B. B. Club— Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bergeson ea- A nii, t1 J^N Ml . <vo*u ana- vvAJi* *^t»o~w».^ -—. ... «r n -n «l..v» T».,.«.^otr and family. Dr. Harry Jeakinson and tertamed the N- BLB. riub Tuesday no. ROKT. of Iowa City, Lew Jenk-j evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Ring- Cresco township and Miss j genbere won the familyhigh prize for has been csr- ! bridge. Mrs. W. H. Cummlngs won ' - I Sorensen Fazn3T E«mion— W. F. i the ladies' cut prize and Mr. Ring- cenberg won the men's cut prize. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cummlngs of Algona land Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuecker of West Bend were guests. Refreshments fere served late in the evening. Dinner Clnb— Mr. and Mrs. N. V. Lowe enter- :ained their dinner club Friday even- in? at a seven o'clock dinner. Bridge . ires played during the evening. Mrs. ru in The afternoon Spied Bartholomew won the high prize are inrit«:. At ; for t jj e ; a( ijes, Mr. Bartholomew for .. W. P. Hempbill won the low prize for the ladies and Dr. Hairy McCorkle won the low prize for rr.en. X. B. Bridge Dinner Clnb— The X. B. bridge dinner club was entertainer Tuesday evening at a seven o'clock dinner at the home of Mr. and in attendance is a scoot! o' lurtdictioc a school o to wizci all ne=Asr rs-elre o'clccj: 2 l-jccbson ~2 be &5rr- -;- e 3. Buchanan. There are six _..,.. . , Carroll^ grandparent^ Mr. and Mrs. Richarf . B. F. Tilton at Gowrie before going A Soressea fe~"y reunion in Union •-as held at the Jess Ssressen fcsine Susday. Fefcnarr 22- Dinner and j couples in the club. Mr. and Mrs. A. supper was ea/ojtc by the following j ^_ Lo n , TOn the high family bridge relatives: Mr. a.-ii Mrs. Julias Pewr-- j prize. son, Lars Sorecsfn. sons Haroid and j — :: — MH. on a short wedding trip to Des Moines and Fort Dodge. This week they are with the groom's parents, but after March 1, they will be at home on the Warner farm in Cresco township recently vacated by the Clem Hogan family. Carroll was graduated from the Algona high school a few years ago, and has since been farming in the Algona vicinity. The young couple has the best wishes of their many friends. Si Thomas Guild— St. Thomas' Guild will meet on Thursday, March 5, at one o'clock with Tony day to the Roy Elruie fsna near Irr- ington; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S^ph- enson of Ledvaid; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gould of Union and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Soressen of Fargo, North Dakota. sored last Fri- I County Federation Meeting- Phnn Creek CIA- Toe Plum Creek: Social and Literary club met February 18th at the home of The Kossuth county federation will meet at the Presbyterian church in Lakota Tuesday, March 3. Swea City, Lakota and Ledyard are to be the hostess clubs. There will be a good and a covered dish lunch- Will go to the Tournament. Finals In Wrestling Tournament Were He'd Monday Night at Local Gym. The Algona high school basket ball quintet won their last home game last Friday night by the score of 33 to 17 over Clarion in a well played game. Samp and Moore, two of Algona's regulars, were put out of the game on personal fouls, but the locals were too much for Clarion even with them out of the game. Hargreaves and Ban- played well for Algona with Hargreaves the high point man of the game with 14 points. Saturday night the locals Journeyed to Hampton and took that team into camp by the score of 12 to 10. This was the smallest score the locals have made this year and needless to say it was nip and tuck throughout the game with most of the points made by free throws because of the close guarding of both teams. Poor Shooting. Both teams were poor in hitting the rim of the basket from the field, but this was due to the close guarding. Hargreaves made four straight free throws. Williams gave a nice exhibition at back guard. The locals had a fairly good season after starting out well and then losing two veteran players. They won five out of six conference games which is a good record for any team. Then- next games are at the county tournament at Ledyard and then they will take part in the sectional tournament at Plover. The boys are determined to maka a good showing at both places. Wrestling Tournament. In the wrestling tournament at the high school gymnasium on Monday night the spectators saw some real wrestling and are in hopes that next year the high school will have a regular wrestling schedule with out of town teams. The results of the matches are: R. Medin threw M. Yeoman in 5 seconds in the 95 pound class; Ferguson threw J. Bishop In 61 seconds in the 85 pound class; W. Jergensen threw Bill Spencer in the 105 pound class; T. Vipond threw H. Palmer in the 125 pound class; Shilts threw Kelly in the 115 pound class; K. Knudsen threw D. Cook in the 150 pound class: C. Medin threw W. Zeigler in the 135 pound class; Monlux threw C. Norman n the 165 pound class and E. Adams threw K. Hansen in the 180 pound class. pi'u&Iiittl eon. Helping- Hand Society— The Helping Hand society of the ______ ____ , Dehnert with \ramte Gilbride i Presbyterian church wfll meet at the assisting. The meeting opened with phojsograph music and the club sang America. Ro3 call was "Pacts About Mrs. Walter Fraser. {Lincoln &nd Washington." After the Such Things As time and distance are of no account to Our service reaches out, by means of us. roiling stock, to wherever the need may be. The hour means nothing to us, for our service Is waiting every hour of the twenty- four No matter when nor from whence one may call, he will find our service ready and competent. MERRJTT FUNERAL HOME -SupKr'mr Service' home of Mrs. L. J. DeGraw on Thursday, March 5. The assisting hostesses be Mrs. G. C. Barton, Mrs. A. W. Amunson and Mrs. Elizabeth Lemkee. Goeders Style Show— The Goeders Company will have a style show at the store this evening, Then about a dozen Algona girls and women will model some of the new spring apparel. There will also be a demonstration of Rollins hose. Opportunity Clnb— Mrs. C. R. LaBarre entertained the Opportunity club at a pot luck luncheon last Wednesday at one o'clock. Mrs. Loyd WeJlendorf won the high prize, and Mrs. Ralph Elbert won the low prize for the bridge game. Woman's Club to Meet— The Woman's club will meet at the ibrary Friday evening, February 27th t seven-thirty o'clock. The following rogram will be given: Singing Towers, Ars. Lura Sanders; travel talk by Frances Auner and a solo. x>yal Temperance Legion— The Loyal Temperance Legion will meet with Mrs. Ellis McWhorter on Friday at 4:15 p. m. Roll call will be i! Combination Wuvos Permanent Waves 5.00 w± g ±.__: 5 -W This Is Our Regular Price MARIGOLD Beauty Shoppe No, II Over K. D. James Drug Store. Phone 93 Algona, Iowa. WJV Vernon Band at Mardi Gras. The United States Navy Band of which Vernon Stehle Is a member, played during the Mardi Gras in New Orleans. Vernon says that New Orleans Is an odd mixture of the new and old world. The ancient French quarter with its narrow streets, bal- conized houses, missions and markets, is very colorful and interesting. The city has a crib district operating with official tolerance if not its sanction. Old timers will understand what is meant by the crib district. The very same rows of shuttered places are operated about the Identical way in which they did years ago. The climate is mild and palm trees flourish through- cut the city. Vernon also met Rudy Vallee while in New Orleans. Royal Neighbor Club— The Royal Neighbor club met on Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Hugh Post. There were sixty-five present including several guests who were Mrs Albin Spongberg, Mrs. Howard Vinson Mrs. W. A. Vigars, Mrs. Perm Laing and Mrs. Bert Muckey. The party was an old time affair and all wore old time dresses. Roll call was answered with an old time incident. "An Old Fash- loned Garden" was sung by a trio composed of Mrs. L. W. Swanson of Whittemore, Mrs. H. A. Relmer and Mrs. John Storm. Mrs. Elmer Hartshorn gave a reading. Assisting Mrs. Post were Mrs. Ralph Brown, Mrs. Roy Crawford, Mrs. Lloyd Muckey, Theater Chatter. We haven't seen the complete program for the March theatre calendar, but we can tell you what is scheduled of next week and give you just a hint of what is coming. Thursday will be the second night for "Fighting Caravans," one of the biggest pioneer pictures ever produced. After seeing the early settlers of Kentucky plodding over the mountains from Virsinia in the picture, "The Great Meadow," their bhre feet bleeding and torn by the sharp rocks, we began to wonder if the pioneer pictures were not & bit overdrawn, but from one who was a pioneer himself we learned that right here in our own county of Kossuth the early day farmers followed the plow in their bare feet As a result we decided that the trials depicted in the pictures were not overdrawn as much as we thought. There has been a change in the program for Friday and Saturday of this week, and theatre fans will be more than pleased with the substitution of Ann" Harding, Clive Brook and Conrad Nagel In "East Lynne." Miss Harding was the star of "Holiday," which was here a few months ago. In "East Lvnne" she takes the part of a girl who" loves life. Clive Brook is the friend who took her to Paris and Vienna and Conrad Nagel Is her hus- }and, who could not understand. • • • Sunday, March 1, will find Nancy Carroll at the Call in "Stolen Heaven." It is the story of a hold up man and a little street walker, both very young, who decide to enjoy the hold up man's 11 gotten gains in one grand honeymoon, a big party, before they end it all. With a young fortune they dash to Florida. Of the ending, the New Yorker has the following to say, "All the characters suddenly turn noble. Epworth League and Boy Scout without a moment's warning and that shred of optimism you had once is gone—gone 'orever." The critic continues with 'Nancy Carroll herself it suddenly struck me, is becoming more and more Clara Bow—a sedater Clara Bow, hotigh that makes her no nun." • • • "Sit Tight," with Joe E. Brown and Winnie Lightner is scheduled for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. You enow it must be comedy from start to finish with these two together. • • • Walter Huston, who gave a first rate performance In "The Criminal Code" as the warden of the prison, will play Thursday and Friday of next week in Abraham Lincoln." Walter Huston is a majestic "Lincoln." D. W. Griffith is said to have painted the great humanity of a great man with a master touch. The week will end with Harold Bell Wright's "Eyes of the World" on Saturday. • • • Among other pictures which we know about for this month are "Kiss Me Again," the beautiful production from 'Mademoiselle Modiste", with Victor Herbert's music. Those who saw this picture at Mrs. Rice's theatre party were more than pleased with it. "Rango," Is another number for this month. It is a stirring jungle picture with a real story. You are not to mistake it for "Just another wild animal picture." Doug Fairbanks hasn't been seen in Algona since "The Taming of the Shrew," but he is scheduled for this "qeaghjng for the Moon." It $ 3 3&8&&®0^^ The New Brilliant Arrivals is a dizzy comedy with. Doug as a go-getting stock broker. Bebe Daniels helps to furnish the romance. You will also have a chance to see Mary Pickford again. Her picture which will be shown here this month Is "Kl- ki." Outside of short subjects she hasn't been here either since she played with her famous husband hi "The Taming of the Shrew." Another hot number for March is "Fifty Million Frenchmen." And dont forget Joan Crawford in "Dance Fools Dance" is one of the pictures you just can't miss. The story concerns a one time wealthy girl who must work for a living, and a brother, Billy Bakewell, who falls in with gangsters because of the easy money graft, only to find that death is a heavy penalty for easy money. It is a fast and thrilling entertainment Algona Markets. Corn * - 44 Oats 24 Barley • 35 Hogs .8.00 Eggs 09-.15 Springs • -18 Hens .13-.16 Stags 13 As Attractive in Price as in Style $6,00 $6,50 Gay Pumps—new application of trimmings—high and low heel»— whatever your taste desires in smart looking footwear, you're bound to find it in these new arrivals. Colors, all of them. An abundance of fine leathers. Christensen Bros. 'Shoe Department Algona Trounced Clear Lake 28 to 13. Algona high school won another basket ball game last night at Clear Lake by the score of 28 to 13. The game was fairly fast and the local boys had their basset eyes with them. Hargreaves was again high point man with twelve points, Barr had eight to his credit and Black and Samp, four •ach. Algona's floor work was fairly good and they had only four personal fouls called on them the whole game. Clear Lake has not been as good this season as they usually are, but at that most of their losses have been by small scores. The lineup for Algona was Moore at center, Hargreaves and Barr at forward and Samp and Williarrs as guards. Black, Parsons and Grosenbach subbed. The locals have twelve wins to six defeats for the season and all the defeats except one were by five points or less. Friday afternoon the locals play at the county tournament at Ledyard against LuVerne and Friday night against Titonka. The finals are Saturday night and the boys should win unless Swea City takes their measurement. The district tournament at Plover on March 6, 7, and 8 is next. Thursday of the tournament Algona is paired with Graettlnger and if that is won they play Laurens in the semi-finals. Tracks has been started at the high school and a good schedule has been arranged by Coach Bonham. He has nearly all of last year's men back with some new ones who have been made eligible and should have a fast outfit. The team will take part in either the Drake relays or the Cedar Falls meet in April, then the Sioux Falls meet, followed by the Big Six conference and state district meet in Mason City. Saturday morning at nine o'clock all school boys from the ages of ten to sixteen will meet with Coach Bonham. at the high school gymnasium. They are to bring balls and gloves and will receive Instructions in the fundamentals of playing base ball. &&X8XX08^^ Miss Jean Henry of Whittemore spent the week end at the home of her sister, Mrs. Robert Loss. Maxine Kearns, who has been visiting friends at Lone Rock, came on Saturday for a visit with her grandmother, Mrs. Herman Dau. The ground is in such a condition that farmers were out in the fields the last couple of days discing corn stalks preparatory to spring plowing. Sunday dinner guests at the Robert Loss home were the George and Clevo Stewart families from, south of Algona and Grandma Stewart who lives in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Sorensen of Fargo, North Dakota, arrived by auto .on Friday evening to spend a week at the . home of Mr. Sorensen's brother, Jens and family. An " aluminum demonstration was De£r3M/hQme last "Mr. and Mrs. Or- of Burt were In ' charge; Thu viii? ay Stow quotations or short articles from say- . Mrs. Ed. Carney, Mrs. O. Anderson and ings or doings of Lincoln, Frances E. Willard or Washington. —:;—A. O. Club- Mrs. Ann Fechner entertained the A. O. club Thursday evening at her home. Miss Elma Schroeder won the high prize for bridge and Nellie Mc- Ginnls won the second. Mrs. Forest Phillips was a guest. Dancing Party— The Woodmen gave a' dance last Wednesday evening at the I. O. O. F. hall for the Royal Neighbors. The affair was attended by about 150 couples. The Iowa Blues nished the music. orchestra fur- W. C. T. U. Meeting— The W. C. T. U. will meet at the home of Mrs. W. H. Lease Tuesday, March 3rd at two-thirty p. m. Mrs, Elsham, speaker, come. a state worker will be the All members are urged to Auxiliary Meeting— There will be a regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary Friday evening at seven-thirty. There will be a program on Americanism with Mrs. Fred Bartholomew in charge Birthday Dinner Party- Mrs. Milton Norton entertained four boys at a birthday dinner party on Friday evening for her son, Dick, who was ten years old. After dinner the boys went to the theatre to see the picture "Hell's Angels." Entertained "All Star Cast"— Mrs. D. D. Paxson entertained the "All Star Cast" of the little play which was given at the missionary tea last week, at a one o'clock covered dish luncheon Tuesday. The afternoon was spent playing bridge. Mrs. Walter Dale. Union P. T. A. Meeting- sip jo uaipnvp . . ,. rtct No. 4 school enjoyed a social ev- nlng at the William Rich home last Wday night. After a short business meeting cards were played. Mrs. Rudolph Will won the high score for the adles and Glen Jenklnson the high 3core for men. Low scores were won by Nan Ward and George RlcW. In- ;trumental music by Clara Thompson and a song "Moonlight on the Colorado" by Bernadim, Alice and Madonna Mahoney accompanied </i the 3lano by their mother were the num- aers on the program. John Mahoney f?ave several selections on the violin. A luncheon brought by the guests was served following the program. One O'clock Luncheon—Mrs. R. J. Keen and Mrs. M. H. Falkenhalner entertained sixteen ladles at a one o'clock luncheon at the Keen home last Wednesday. The afternoon was spent playing bridge. Mrs H. L. Gllmore won the high prize, and Mrs. D. D. Paxson, second high. Mrs. Keen la Hostess- Mrs. R. J. Keen entertained twelve friends at six-thirty dinner Thursday evening. Mrs. G. W. Stillman won the high prize and Mrs. Joel Herbst second In the bridge game which followed the dinner. Idle Hour Club- Mrs. F. A< Corey Is entertaining the Idle Hour bridge club at a one o'clock covered dish luncheon today It-Own Club— The R-Own bridge club la being entertained this afternoon at the home of Mrs 1 . Roy Marty. John Berte Is at present under the care of Dr. Miller of Humboldt. Miss Agatha Arenth visited with 'riends at St. Benedict last Sunday. Alice Plxillips visited at the George Wagner home near Bode Sunday. Thirteen hours adoration will be held at the St. Joseph church next Tuesday. Pr.zef were given and a good time was had by all. Another of those popular aluminum demonstrations was held at the Joe Arndorfer home Tuesday evening of this week. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Frank Erdmann and John Steil of near Sexton. Mr 1 , and Mrs. Stanley Haase of St. Paul spent the week end at the Chester Bailey home. Mrs. Haase will be remembered as Miss Merle Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey drove them as far as Blue Earth Monday afternoon, where they caught a train for home. Capitola Gould attended a surprise party Tuesday evening at the home of Irma Hanlgan of Algona In honor of Lucille Meyers, who has been employed at the M. M. Morrow home. The party was a farewell affair and the honoree was presented with a beautiful gift from her girl friends, who numbered thirteen. She will leave soon for her home near Fenton. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul and Amanda were shoppers at Humboldt one day last week. Miss Zeta Boyd of Livermore visited her friend, Bertha Thul, a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. George Thul and Bertha visited with relatives at Bancroft Thursday. Urban Lentsch of Livermore was a week end visitor at the Peter J. Er- peldlng home. Amanda Thul was on the sick list for a few days last week and unable to attend school. Mrs. Matt Hilbert was at Marion South Dakota, several days last week taking treatments. Henry Kohlhaas has returned from Rochester, where he went to consult the Mayo Brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann, Jr. are the proud parents of a baby boy. This Is their sixth child. Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Zelmet visited at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zelmet last Sunday. Fred IUg and James Weydert gave an old time dance In the Bode hall last week Monday evening. Music was furnished by the Royal Entertainers. Mr. and Mrs. John Becker entertained a group of their friends at a card party last Friday evening. Five hundred was played at eight tables High score was won by John Lentsch and Mrs. Joe Kramer. A delicious two course luncheon was served by the hostess. Our Lobby Neighborly Meeting Place Folks enjoy making appointments to talk with one another in our bank lobby. We enjoy visiting with our patrons. We like to talk over the little things as well as the big things—the human problems that interest us mutually as neighbors. There v/as a time when bank lobbies were, traditionally cold and austere. One reason why patrons like to come to our bank is because the atmosphere of our lobby is neighborly and congenial. Kossuth County State Bank Algona, Iowa. Custom Hatching until March 7, $2.50 per hundred eggs; thereafter $3.00 per hundred. ' ... : The Kossuth County Hatchery 209 E. State St., Phone 800 Algona, Iowa. , 37.39

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