The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 13, 1931 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 13, 1931
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The Upper Des Moines-Bepttblicaa, May 13,1931 LtlVerne Students Held Banquet Friday. LuVerne, May 12. Special: The annual junior-senior banquet was held Friday evening at the community hall. The room and table decorations were In blue and silver. Covers were la Jor the seniors, juniors, school facti ty and the school board and their wiv and husbands. Pern Barton acted as toastmistress and the following toas were given: Jazz in Music. John Voss Appreciation in Art, Alice Ellis; Lon Skirts, Elsie Hunt; Speculation in In dustry. Mr. Agard; Television i Science,. Carl Lang; Free Verse in Poe f ry, Superintendent Kate Skinner. Miss OeraldJne Borman gave a piano sol and Miss Charlene Christensen gav two pianologues. The three course din ner wa« prepared under the supervi ion of the Ladies' Aid society and th Epworth League of the Methodis church and served by seven girls. (last Friday afternoon. The subject of I the meeting was basket weaving. %B&®y&y&^^ SENECA NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Turner of LaPorte. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nielsen of Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Richmond of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osborn and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Osborn and daughter were Sunday dinner guests at the Wm. Osborn home. LEDTTAED NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Carpenter were Fairmont visitors last Monday. Miss Hanna Hagge has been helping the past week at the A. E. Lauritzen home. Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson spent he week end at the Gust Anderson home. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Campbell were Sunday dinner guests at the Leon Worden home. John Worden of Algona visited at he Worden and Campbell homes last Monday. Miss Olga Berger went to Carroll ou Thursday to spend the week at Uie ome of her parents. The Women's Foreign Missionary society will meet Thursday afternoon at the K. J. WomacK home. Every member bring a guest and a covered dish and sandwiches. Mrs. Harriett Maetzener has been caring for Evelyn Mayne this past week. Evelyn is considerably improved and her many friends hope she win soon be aMe to be up and out again. The Epworth League cabinet and Rev. and Mrs. Johnson met in the church basement Wednesday eveniag for a six o'clock sapper and business meeting. Later in the evening a meet, [ing was held upstairs for the purpose of organizing a choir and holding the first practice. Due to the play not very many were out but an organization was effected and it is hoped that more wi'.; be able to help later. I Wesley News Items Mr. j>. d Mrs. Albert Yegge announce I A drop in grinding prices Has become the birth of a baby boy born Thurs- j effective at the Farmers' Cooperativ Society. Fine grinding has been reduc Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rieke and son ** of Williams, spent the week end hew 2£» w5th relatives, Mrs. M. Hanson and son. Marinius, of LuVerne spent Sunday m the home of Vee Mullin. The athrit Sunday School class meets this wwk Tuesday night at the Gordon C. Giddings home. Mr. and Mrs- duwnce Bergwon and Shirley Ana of Hobarton spent Sunday at the Albert Reno home Mr. and Mrs. William Walker of cents '« ° y&&®c8^^ WEST RENT) m*WQ rrsMi Bxnv nfi W». Mrs. Lester visited the first grade on Friday afternoon and afterwards at the Victoria Jensen spent the week end with Ruby Paulsen. Nels Christiansen spent the week end In Des Moines and Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell and K Duncan son Kenneth were Fairmont visitors on oeorge Duncan Wednesday. Alfred Schultz Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Nissen and Clara S^fJS^? rm ? hOSPital Hansen of Council Bluffs spent the' W under &° a minor week end at the Chris Nielsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Mlllen Jensen Mrs. Jennie Jensen and son, Linus visited this week end at Waterloo and Cedar Falls. went to Des Moines Mrs. O. Brauer is somewhat improv- ed but , ls , st ^' ' M considerable P 8111 - Her friends are hopin * for a Mrs. J. M. Wear returniSl Friday after being gone a week to Wheaton, II- llnois, where she attended her sister's funeral. Hazel Gardner came home on Sun- The men finished graveling the road on Friday- The town from toe «"* the decWsd to Mrs. E. A. Anderegg was an Algona visitor Thursday. Charles Riley of Livernwire was business visitor in towa Monday. Mrs. Frank Hunderttoark is somewhat improved from her recent severe case of flu. Mr. and Mrs, Myron Boos entertained the Parmi Nous bridge club at their home Thursday evening. Mrs. p. j. Dewitt. Mrs. Elmer Putnam and Mrs, Ed. Anderegg were Algona visitors Monday forenoon. Miss Jean Harr c the ndt ena at ,^ nt home of her aunt, Mrs. Frank Besch and family Mrs. R I Corwith spent Sunday with her parents, itr. and Mrs, I. w. Lease. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bonnstetter and ro children drove to Ooodell Saturday to visit untfl Sunday in the home of her aunt. Mr. and Mrs. EmO Wester who have been gone a week on a business trip to the Dakotas, returned home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Toney Rasmussen and family of Forest City spent Sunday in the home of her sister, Mrs. H. J. Sraley. Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Giddings of 3urt and children, Marie, Rodney and Gordon, visited at the A. E. Giddings mme Sunday. Mrs. Frank Kouba. Jr., entertained Deal "Em bridge club Thursday afternoon. thp Mrs. ttno A. Gerties won wre Sn Rev. Howe of Buffalo Center and Mjuult . v were In U»e cit y «»is the Wesley * Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meurer and Cher. •11 Ann drove to Des Moines Friday trip. - . day from Chicago where she is a train- w f ek *? the mteres t of ed nurse to visit her mother, Mrs. E. M. Gardner. Mrs. ostcrman Mrs. Fairish The Seneca boys' base ball team and meet cufl ' c>rd Parrish of Blue Earth came played Lone Rock at Seneca last Fri- wn Sunda y to attend the baccalaur- day evening. Lone Rock eate serrices score of 17 to 9. won by a Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and Mrs. H. I. Pharo is at Eyota, Mtane- sola, helping care for her Hayne who the returned to ho ,, is very UL , wno Mankato Sunday to resume her school duties at the business college. AIT. ana Mrs. Charles Riley and son, Lavon. of Llvermore, r.pent Sunday af- eight cents to six cents. A recent cu in power rates has made the reductio possible. George and Prank Spanglea- spen Thursday night at Wesley visiting re latives and friends. They had return ed that day from Freeport, Illinois, to where they had gone to attend th funeral of their mother. They drove on the next day to their homes a Everly and Spirit Lake. Mrs. Inger Nelson of Buffalo, New York, left Friday for a visit with her sister. Mrs. J. Bohannon of Algona Then she will go to Edgely, North Dakota, to visit a brother, George Halverson. Mrs. Nelson has been a guest in the home of her sister, Mrs. Olaf Funnemark, the past month. Mrs. Maggie Immerfall of Avon, Minnesota, visited relatives here the latter part of last week after having been in Freeport, Illinois, to attend the funeral of her sister. She is visiting this week near St. Benedict and expects to go from there to Mallard to visit her brother, August Studer. Mrs. Abbie easier, who has been seriously ill the past month, is somewhat improved and was moved Tuesday from her own home to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Gale Stockwell. The Mrs. easier house is now being occupied by the William Carman family, who moved In Friday. Mr. Garman operates one of the Lorenz ol stations. Cashier and Mrs. John Uhlenhake Jackie and Roger, of Stockholm, Wis consin, spent from Saturday unti Tuesday morning in the homes of John Uhlenhake, Sr., R. C. Bauer and Gus Brandt. Tuesday morning they together with his mother, left for Fort Madison, to spend about a week in the homes of his two sisters, Mrs. Joe anc Mrs. George Krogmeier. Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson and !E enneth and Duane s P eo ^ Sunday at daughter, Elaine spent Saturday night home of Mrs. Thompson's father, at Ledyard visiting the parents of Mr. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Ander- Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill are W ' B - M&son ot LuVerne. W. G. Weinberger spent the week end in Minneapolis visiting her hus- band and ner mother who has been , - temoon at the home of Mr and Mrs. \VflHam I35T *•** • »*«A UUA. / The Methodist Ladies' Aid met at The Jorgen Skow family drove to Jewell Sunday to attend services and F. Kyle, who has been nurs- a meeting of the choral unions of Story at the Hugh McCntchin home for j county. A pastor from Minneapolis de- the past two months, returned to her [ own home north of Britt Sunday. . . the proud parents of a baby boy born vjsitm & then f °r several weeks. mornin &: George And- Mrs. Depping entertained the Reform erspn is caring for mother and baby. Church Aid at her home on Thursday This makes the second child and boy afternoon. A large crowd was present in the family. and a i ove j y Iunch was serv^ George Charlson of I The junior high base ball team play- •h h u- w_ Proud parents of a ed Elmore junior high Thursday after- w« rEa,t« !!if,. week Thursday, noon on the local diamond and suc- Mrs. Charlson will be remembered in ceeded in defeating them 23 to 5. the community as Gladys Thompson ,, „ „,•„.. *_ ». ... * ««uijsuu| Mrs. George Moulton entertained the M. E. Ladies' Aid in the church Thurs- Turner of La-' day afternoon. A nice crowd was pre- the church Wednesday afternoon Mrs MrS- GeOrge LIoyd of Brltt B. L. Roberts and Mrs B E ! Walker' Wreglst5 S" 110 ^ in the homes of ' vv<UKer served refreshments. ter. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lohr and daugh- en of Sunday at the home of Mrs. Lohr mother, Mrs. Ella Wichman AV~H. u u „ . ' Ayrshire base ball team prior to her marriage. here and attended the funeral | of an old friend, Hugh McCutchin. Henderson, Mr. and, Mr. i — were entertained nt the J. L. Haverly home Sunday even- Ing. A. L. Klelnpeter and Mr. and Porte City and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nielsen of Waterloo and Pauline Osborn of Cedar Falls spent the week end at the John and Wm. Osborn homes Mrs. Turner Is a sister of John and .Wm. Osborn. Mrs. Win. Osborn, Saxton, Mrs. Walter Mrs. Lawrence Richmond and Mrs. Wilbert Richmond of Armstrong attended a farm 1 bureau.meeting at the CrPOffl'A XTd1/1 i l4tf*. '^ L i%«v» t jB^''J'l* ** —*» **!___. .^_ j sent and a lovely lunch was served. Miss Alice Mayne, who Is a student in a college at Mankato, Minnesota, spent the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mayne. Miss Ida Jenks of Newton came to spend Mother's Day with her mother, Mrs.. Blanche Jenks. She was accompanied by Frank Reddinger of Des for better luck next time. urvPees to Mrs. Paul Dorweiler returned home Upend the day at the Dr Leon Smith t f ehweek from her visit and Vincent Kleinpeter homes. 0 ' 0 : L£- View dub meets with Mr, STCSfi 'tnt Millinery Beginning May 16 and continuing 100 Hats at $1.00 each 100 Hats at $2.50 each. 100 Hats at one-fourth off. Select your liat now from our large display. All the new colors, shapes and materials in vogue. Any child's hat $1.50 each, including leghorns, hairbraids, etc. Hooked rug patterns, any size, $1.00 each. Just received a variety of sizes in ladies' chiffon voile dresses priced at $1.95 to $2.95 each. No two alike. Let us show themj. The Elite Shop \._.1. C i 1 J C< i i» ^* Adolph Mikes Tuesday, May 12, for! of the larger stores In clear Lake. tneir ann ' 204 East State St. Tow.'l " their annual Mothers' Day program Each member is to Invite a guest who Is a mother. , I. J. Weber and son, .ive to Omaha jFriday to spend the week end at the home of tfrs, Weber's parents. They returned home Monday.. , T - —.-.-—,— -.^.- drove to Clarion Sunday. They encountered a 'Bin on their way home so hard that hey couldn't see across the road and hall near Goldfleld. Little Johnny Munson, son of Mr. nd Mrs. John Munson is suffering from an abcess under his eye. The doctor removed^ a spoonful of pus and he now seems to be improving. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bydberg and family of Chicago spent Thursday and Friday visiting Mrs. Rydberg-s sister, Mrs. E. R. Cobb and brothers, John and Thorsteln Satern and families. The public teachers gave a postnuptial shower on Mrs. Paul Robinson Wednesday evening. Mrs. Robinson was Miss Nadine Jennings, the second grade teacher In the public school for the past four years. The bride received many useful gifts. Mrs. Wash Harris entertained her Sunday School class of boys in honor of Gordon Zimmerman, who'is leaving West Bend. Each member invited a guest. They spent the evening with games and stunts and a delicious lunch was served by the hostess. Dr. H. Frank Givens returned home Thursday morning from his father's home in Virginia. His father has been very ill and Mrs, Givens is still there helping care for him. Dr. Givens' friends are very glad to see him back as it is very inconvenient to have the doctor absent. J. C. Scurr and ten boys of the animal husbandry class In high school went to Ames Friday to attend the big celebration being staged there. Among those who went were Clifford Munson Donald Cobb, Donald Jacobs, and Harlan Gerhart. They returned home on Saturday night. Mrs. E. J. Baas was hostess at her home Wednesday when the close Iricnds and relatives gave a shower in honor of Miss Edna Anderegg. They put on a rnock wedding which caused much merriment and other games. | Miss Anderegg received many useful I and beautiful gifts. Miss Alma Odden of Cottonwood, Minnesota, spent Saturday and Sunday visiting in the home of her friend, Mrs. Frank Kouba. Miss Odden teaches in the Granada, Minnesota, schools. Mrs. Raymond Hanson, Mrs. H. M Hanson, Mrs. Theron Hanson, Mrs. n,£, ASV^ury and Mrs. Gordon C. Giddings attended a convention of the Woman's Foreign Missionary societv held at Forest City Wednesday. The Joe Loebig house north of the tracks is undergoing a spring house cleaning and will be occupied this week by J. R. Hansen and family, who recently came to Wesley from the town livered the morning services in the Lutheran church and in the afternoon they attended a program of choir songs given by the choral union. The program was held in one of the large gymnasiums of the town, the public school having purchased this building , Mr. when the Lutheran College, formerly and of Jewell consolidated with the school at Forest City. The study club met Thursday, May 7, at the Vincent Daughn home for the last regular.meeting of the club year. Meetings during the summers months will be- of purely social nature and the study program will be resumed In September. The day's program was in charge of Mrs. George Aldrich, who read a splendid paper on "The Origin and Observance of Mothers' Day," concluding with a touching poem, "Old mother" by Charles E. Ross. Annual election of officers will be held May 21st at the A. M. Lease home. Sterling Lease was among the eight een guests at the T. L. Larson home In Algona Saturday who had been invitee in to help Miss Meredith oelebrali her sixth birthday. Games were play ed antf Miss Benedict, her teacher, told them interesting stories after which the numerous gifts were unwrapped Her mother served the little playmates to a nice lunch set at' two taWes decorated in colors of pink and white. A large birthday cake with six candles graced the middle of one of the tables LET US WORRY ABOUT YOUR OLD TIRES We will make you a liberal '< allowance on a set of new U. S. TIRES Here's a way to exchange tire worry for tire satisfaction at minimum cost to you. Trade in your worn-out tires. We will give you a liberal allowance and replace them with hand* ' some, husky U. S. Tires. These long-life tires will help your brakes—let you travel faster in safety—add immeasurably to driving . pleasure. Get your old tires appraised today. We promise you a big saving and the end of your tire troubles. Elbert Garage South of Court House Phone 612. H £r rdy ; Mrs Vee Mullin. Is a sister of Name in Gold FREE will be engraved on any of our Amity Bill Folds and our prices are right $1.00 $1.50 $2.00 $2.50 $3.50 $5.00 An ideal present for the BOY GRADUATE. Everything carried in a good drug and jewelry store. i LUSBY'S Drugs and Jewelry ^wwvvvwvvwwvv^^ H, W, POST Dray and Transfer Phone 298, Algona, Iowa Long Dirtanc* Hauling. Eveiy load insured acraiiut lo»» or damage. Equipped to do mil kind* of druyiag and hauling. tt-tt Mrs. Richard Van Hoorn has been very ill the past week with pneumonia and under the care of a trained nurse and two doctors, she was formerly jrace Lupen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lupen of Kanawha. Thev have one daughter a month old. — • _ The senior class play will be given Thursday and Friday evenings at the nign school auditorium. The play is a mystery play, "Cat O' Nine Tails." The cast is working hard on their parts and it promises to be a fine play. Miss Adeline Halverson, the dramatic coach, is coaching the play. The fire department of West Bend as called to Rodman Saturday night to fight a fire in the barber shop and >pol hall. They succeeded in putting ;he fire out before more buldings were- >urned. The Buildings burned are On he west side of main street and the store buildings are also on that side. The brooder house on the Dr. Givens farm west of town, where the Wlrtz Brothers are farming was burned to the ground some time Friday night. About five hundred baby chicks nearly three weeks old were Burned. It is thought that the stove exploded. It Is rather hard luck on these young men and their sister who have put In much time caring for the chickens. The Sunday School class of the Presbyterian church planned a surprise farewell pary for Margaret Zimmerman Thursday evening. Margaret was invited to take dinner at the home of Mae Slosyi and the rest of the class accompanied by their Sunday School teacher, Miss Violet Kuckenbecker, came in and surprised her. The evening was spent in a merry way playing games. A lunch of Ice cream and cake was served. The class presented Margaret with a small token of remembrance. The Christian Endeavor society gave a farewell social gathering in honor of Rev. and Mrs. Zimmerman and family who are soon to leave for a new field of work. The evening was spent with games and a delicious dinner was serv ed by the members. The Zimmerman family haa been steady workers in the Christian Endeavor society and the members presented them with a magazine rack as a token of appreciation to this good family. The family responded in their usual Jolly way an4 Rev. Zimmerman invited them to come to see them in their new home, when thev wanted to get into mischief. The baccalaureate sermon will be i, 1 " !hed by Rw. H. I. Pharo of the Methodist church at the school house Sunday evening, May 17th. The commencement exercises will be held Monday evening, May 18 In the high school auditorium at eight o'clock. Rev. R A. Brough of Dows will be the speaker. The graduates are: Edna Schneider, Edna Harms, Edna Thoman, lantha Gerhart, Edwin Dorweiler, Anna Christiansen, Laura Hinton, Harry Hinton, Pranda Mersch, Mary Ludwigr, Eva Fisher, Dorothy Sloan, William Schmidt, Bernald Mertz, Emii Yoch Dorothy Dunn and Harold Mikes.- The twin babies, Darrell Meredith and Carol Merilyn, son and daughter of Mr. snd Mre. Paul Erdmann and Martha Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ffanfe Fox, were received in holy baptism at the Methodist church Sun,?, mornin s- A short program consisting of vocal numbers and readings were also enjoyed as a Mother's Day treat at the church services. Ladies Aid meets this week: Wednesday in the "hurch parlors. — _ The senior class of the high school will hold their class day exercises on Wednesday afternoon, May 13. The following program will be given: processional, played by Margaret Denninger; Class History by Laura Hinton; Two Sets of Characteristics, by Anna Christiansen and Dorothy Sloan- Class Will by Bernald Mertz; class Prophecy by Mary Ludwlg; Class Poem, Edna Harms; song, by the senior boys; We Wonder, lantha Gerhart; senior class stunts; presentation of class picture to the school; To the Juniors by Edwin porwefler and, Response by Rolfcrt Carter, junior class president; senior class song by the seniors. Ted Ringsdorf purchased a new Ford car last week. Tom Trenary went to Des Moines Monday on business. Mary Ann Smith was ill Monday and unable to go to school. The ladies of the Presbyterian church cleaned the church Wednesday. Russell Chipman of Ames spent the week end here with his parents. Mrs. C. S. Coffin will entertain the sewing club Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clement of Ames spent Sunday at the "Sid" Blossom home. Lue Meliza and E. O. Chipman drove to Mason City on business Saturday. Mrs. Aurilla Coffin spent Sunday at the W. E. McDonald home in Algona. A number of young people held a picnic at the H. A. Smith home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ringsdorf were guests at the Roy Ringsdorf home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Graham were guests at the James Bewick home on Sunday. Mrs. p. o. stow spent several days at the C. L. Phelps home the first of the week. Anna Stow were guests at the C. L Phelps home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Moyer ant two children were guests at the Hans Koestler home Sunday. Mrs. Wm. Wagner of Oelweln spent the week end with her parents, Mr and Mrs. E. O. Mann. A baby boy was born Saturday, May 9th to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney John. This makes thera three sons. The eighth grade children from the rural schools took examinations at the school house last Friday. The Ladles' Home Missionary society will meet, at the home of Mrs. K. W. Brook Saturday afternoon. - Miss Velma Mansmith of Algona spent Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Mansmith: Mrs. Floyd Gibbons drove to Webster City Monday. Miss Alice" KTuss is visiting at the Gibbons home: Howard Chipman came from Mason City to spend the week end with his parent*., Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Chlpman. Harold Smith and Frank Reynolds left Monday for California where they expect to work and spend the summer. Mrs. Hawcott, Misses Lulu Hawcott and Selina Clifton were guests Sunday at the William Hawcott home irr Algona. Mrs. C. W. Patterson, Donald Patterson and George Schroeder drove to Ames Saturday for the Veishea program. Mrs. George Allen will entertain the U. and I. Circle at her home May 21 with Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf, Mrs. E O. Mann, Mrs. Ameia Rike and Mrs. Clyde Bristow as assistant hostesses. The last parent-teachers' meeting was held 'Wednesday evening. The eighth grade pupils put on a one act play, "Spring Heydey." This was very good and under the direction of Miss Johns tone. Charles Reynolds, who has not been well for several weeks, fainted Saturday while on his way home from down town. Mr. Reynolds was taken home by friends and is getting along nicely at this time. Dr. W. T. Peters left Tuesday for Des Moines to attend a medical meet- Ing. Miss Margaret Morness accompanied the doctor to Des Moines where she will visit Misses lone Moyer, Helen and Myrtle Schwietert. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ollem and children, who recently moved to Armstrong moved back to Burt Saturday. Roy has been ill and has been at the hospital at Iowa City since leaving Burt. He also expects to go to the hospital again for treatment of ulcers of the stomach. Mrs. S. H. Aten went to Storm Lake .ast Friday to visit her daughter, Irene. Friday was observed as Mother's Day ry the college and a banquet was given Friday evening. Mrs. Aten stayed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stetg and on Saturday they brought Mi*. Aten home. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith, Mr. and «rs. K. J. Smith and children drove Friday *. , , , - — —.. -.*.—-afternoon. Mrs. Wilfred Chaffee will * tl r ay , at the Diolc Smith home. Mr. at the home of her daughter, Mrs. O. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. John Goodwin, *" a0f entertained the im,,u Friendly drcle at her home Thursday afternoon. . .1— * Mrs. Cart Reynolds from near Sexton spent Sunday at the Charles Reynolds home. ' P* class play, "Looking Lovely," wiu be put on by the seniors Thursday evening. Wm. Neat visited here at the A. N. Jensen home last week. He is a brother of Mrs. Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. J. p. stow and MTU. assist her. The Woman's club met at the Donald Wier home Monday evening for a pot luck picnic. This is the last meet- Ing of the season. Rev. S. M. Gladstone of Lone Rock and Rev. Coleman of Algona called at the home of Rev. and Mrs. S. Hi Aten Thursday of last week. H. A. Thompson was sick the flrt,t of the week and unable to be at the harness shop. L. R. Daniels worked at the shop in his place. The Home Guard girls met at the lome of Dorothy Brook Saturday af- ;ernoon. A nice program was given and a fine lunch served by Mrs. Brook. Mrs. Frank Harvey and daughter, Mrs. Elmer Phillips of Algona spent Monday here at the R. L. Cogdlll home Mrs. Harvey is a sister of Mrs. Cog- Mr, and Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf, Mi' and Mrs. L. M. Boettcher, Mrs. Myrtle Ringsdorf and two sons of Bancroft were dinner guests at the Ted Ringsdorf home Sunday. Dy. George Elvidge of Perry and Hugh Herman of Algona called at the Wm. Elvidge home Sunday. They also went to Lone Rock to visit Joe Elvldge ather of Dr. Elvldgo. i Curtis Holding and son, James and! J. N. Holding drove to Oakdale on Saturday to visit Mrs. J. N. Holding who has been at Oakdale for about a year for treatment. r* «, Ai ^L 176 " 5611 was °aUed to Graettinger Thursday by the illness of her father, R. O. Mason. Mrs. Jensen remained until Sunday. Her father was much better the first of the week. The Portland farm bureau ladles will meet at the home of Mrs. w. L. stott and children of Des Moines were also at Jefferson for the day. They had planned a family reunion for Moth""2 ?£?; A ' J- Drft P e r and daughter and Mrs. Gardner of Jefferson were also at the Smith home. K. J. Smith went to Des Moines to attend a Briardale grocers' meeting on Monday and Tuesday. He returned home on Wednesday. BEE SUPPLIES A full line, get them of G-. E. Van Dorston, having moved to north end of N. Minnesota St., .which is first street east of paved road leading to Burt. PLATE GLASS Do not send away for Glass. We undersell wail order houses on auto glass and we serve while you wait, Joe Greenberg

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