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|f*A1|6ria Upper Pes Moines Tuesday, July 13, !lbn Nelson Named Of Lu Verne Legion Post ,—-.«,...„ — Jon Nelson was elected commander of the American Lesion Ernest Morkle Pnst CM at the meeting held in the Legion building Monday even- jrig. He will succeed irvin H. Chfipman, who served in the same capacity the past year. .- Other officers elected are: August Pei'fiande, vice-command- fed; Lewis Block, adjutant; Ray ngatd, finances; John Schmidt, chaplain; Walter Engel, historian, Bnd Dale Brayton, sergeant-aU atWs. i_ At the business meeting the Post'made initial plans for'a real 'home community picnic to be held some time in September, the date to be announced later. LiaSfes P661 Hall Jaspar Vaughn ' has leased the Gebi-ge Volentine pool hall and opened for business Saturday Julv 10. The rooms over the pool hall, 'occupied by Mr. anc Mrs. George Volentine. have been rented to Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Elllfrit^ 'and family. The future plans of Mr. 'and Mrs George Volentine and two daughters are not definite at this writing. 'Visit From Seattle , Mr. and Mrs. Leo Chapman and .daughter Valeria of Seattle. Wash., arrived Monday for a visit with Mr. Chapman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Chapman and brother I. H. Chapman. They flew east on a buying trip for a paper companv Mr. Chapman is associated with. En- route here they went to Detroit where they purchased a Packard car^ to make their trip back to their home on tht west coast. Bid & By Club The Bid and By Bridge club Was entertained Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Arnold Hjellc with all members present. Bridge was played at three tables. Mrs. Ray 'Agarcl, Iwo. The hostess served refreshments. -The next meeting will be with Mrs. Cecil Baker in August. Banker Star Hurler The donkey ball game held in the baseball park Thursdnv even- ing, sponsored by the Walter L. Hefti Lockers, drew a good .crowd. The game ended in a tie score of 4 to 4. Much enj6yment was furnished when Banker John A. Nelson went into the pitcher's box to relieve Herman Warmbier. Banker Nelson was credited with the tieing score. The donkey team was from Carlisle, Iowa. Evening. Slar Circle The Evening Star Circle of the Woman's Society of Christian Service .of the Methodist church met with Mrs. Ray Agard on Thursday evening, July 8, With seven members present. The devotions were led* by Mrs. Agard and the lesson was in charge of Mrs. Allen Brink. After a brief business meeting . the evening was spent socially, followed by refreshments. Methodist Circles The three Circles of the Wom- of the Methodist church will meet Wednesday, July 14. as fol- 1, with Mesdames Rnvmond Legler. lows: Circle Wilson and Devotions, Mrs.' Roert Hardcopf, and lesson, Mrs. Ray Stone. Circle 2, with Mrs. Van Hansen. Devotions, Mrs. Cecil Jolliffe, lesson, Mrs. Charles Nygaard. Cir- ant-Marlnes., tie Is ft6w located in South America. P*6Sbyief!an Wemeft the Women's' Societ Presbyterian church w tained at the home 6f Ham Hedilek, Wednesdays July 1 7. There were 20 'me'rfttjel-g p5Pfes- ertt and two guests, Mrs. Le6 Chapman and daughter Valeria of Seattle, Wash. Devotions were " led . by Mrs Von Draska. At the meeti/ie; in charge of the ftresl dent, Emma Krause, the sbciet; voted to make a frtohey co'Mrlbu tion to the .fund for the littl Judy Ettreim of near' Renwick who is afflicted with 'a' rare kid ney disease. Several other pledged to giVe individual 'dorta tions. The hostess serVe'd ,' refresh ments. The next mee'tiriK ; wil be Wednesday, July 21, with Mrs L H. Benedict. Mrs. Raymond Johrtsbn of Al gona spent Friday with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hah selman Sr. Mrs, I. H. 'Benedict returnee Thursday from a week's sta; with her dalighter' a'rtd soh'-ih-lavv Mr. and Mrs. Emil Myer, Garo and Lyle in Muscatine. 'Othe guests in the Meyer home ove the Week-end • holidays Were their son and brother), Mr. anc Mrs. Ira Benedict of Milwaukee cle 3 will have a town park. picnic at the Cemetery Association The LuVerne Cemetery association held its regular meeting in the town hall Thursday, July with a good attendance. Mrs. Elsie Steussy. president of the society, presided a.t the business meeting, after which a social hour was enjoyed. Miss Lena Geigel of Renwick was a gue of the society. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Elsie Steussy and Mrs. Martha Schneider. The next meet- ng will be a pot-luck picnic at the park, Thursday, August 12. Reioins Merchant Marine Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Benedict have received word of the re-en- istment of their grandson Daniel. son of Mr: and Mrs. Ira Benedict >f Milwaukee, Wis. Daniel, who is 20 years flld, erved 2 '•. years in the Merch- TOOL KITS Wis. Mr. and Mrs. man took their LeRoy Hansel niece Ross Ann Ideal for the handy-man about the house . . . "must" for the Professional craftsman . . . a fine birthday gift for a son or daughter . . . one of our completely outfitted tool chests. All sizes, all prices. Come in today and see our fine assortment of tools. 'WE'VE THE BEST TOOLS IN TOWN' KOHLHAAS HARDWARE Christiensen to her home in For Dodge Thursday, after she had spent some time here ;visiting a their home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips nnd Mrs. Phillips' mother, Mrs Harvey of Algona Were recen cuests of Mr. Phillips' aunt Mrs Jennie Phillips. Mrs. Ernest Holzaffel and son of Lawton, Okla., visited her sis- <e'--jn-law Mrs. Wilford Berryhill, Superior, Wis., at Ihe homo of Mrs. Berryhill's parents, Mr and Mrs. Frank Gronbach. Mrs. Wilson Legler' returned home Monday from her-trip to Bensnville, 111., where she visited her aunt Mrs. Lena Young. Mrs. Frank Gillotti and son Stephen of" Dps Moines came Monday to visit at'the Home of Doctor and Mrs. John Skogmo. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Agard spent two clays fiishing at Ma'rikato, Minn. Mrs. Anna Wpodson of Fort Dodge arid grandmother of Mrs. Agard came to stav with Linda, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A'gar'd during their ab- ence. Wilford Berryhill flew Mrs. Berryhill to Lu Verne 'Wednesday [rpm their home in Superior, Wis. ,and she will'spend''a'Week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach. George Merkle and , daughter Esther returned Wednesday from their trip to Saint Paul and Minneapolis, Minn., where they visited.'Mr. Mei-kle's son's Walter and Elmer'Merkle and'daughter^. Mrs. James' PaulsVm and'families; Mrs. Edna Larimer, accompanr ied by her sister Florence Hinz, was taken by ambulance to ; Iowa City, Thursday. Mrs! Larimer entered the University hospital, where she will undergo surgery. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman and daughters Glenda and Audrey, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Harley Christiensen and daughters Rose Ann and Laura Mae of Fort Dodge spent over the Fourth of July fishing at Twin Lakes, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Orvis Clapsaddle and Beulah Eggleston of Des Moines were recent week-end holiday guests of the ladies''par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. George A. Eggleston. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Davidson, accompanied by Fred Asa of Algona, returned Tuesday from a, week-end trip to Mowequa, 111., where they visited at the Lee Dickerson home. Lillie Lou Dickerson, niece of Mrs. Davidson, came home with them for a visifT Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zentner returned to their home in Madison, Wis., Wednesday.'They'were called here by the hospitalization of his mother Mrs. Maggie Zen't- ner, who underwent a major operation at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Zentner was able to leave the hospital Satur- To a little girl just learning to telephone... if you're on a party line you'll want to use the phone the way Mother and Dad and Big Brother do, won't you? Well, honey, it's like this. You won't talk too long, will you? Or call all the kids one after another? Or get panicky if you hear someone talking when you start to make a call? (Just hang up, that's all.) And you won't forget to hang up when you are through talking either, will you?» Oh, you'll make a fine party-liner; NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY ...... ',}'£ a ay, July ID.U'nd t ii ttdW hojfne of her sister^. Mrs.- Schneider. <••.«, . Mf t and Mrs. figfi; Mglin Hartley ;fife visiflhg 61 ' fcfttal Mr, and Mrs. Will h'ttrne. Mr. Legler, totfu > ,wiu* the principal of Algfofte M school the eorninfl year,'has chased 3 home there. Sara Blumer of Waukttffin, arrived Wednesday, 'July 7,'f, frtfjrith's visit with her slsW ' ella Blumor, brothers' Pete, fend Hertrv .Blumer and E6wmu Blumer 6f Algona. Miss Blunter teaches the second grade 'in ''a Watikegan school. She has fust returned from a visit with 'her sister Litella ' BluVfler, ' brothers Pete, Fred and Henry 'Bluffier frnd Edward Blumer 'of Algon'a Miss Blumer teaches the s"ee&ttd .grade in a Waukega*n school; She has ,iust« returned from a visit with her sister Ada, who Is 1 at thfe State Sanitarium in Marylrfftd Enroute, lure she visited in"New York City. Washington, D. C., and Philadelphia. Pa. Mr. ahd Mrs. Edward Dehttert 1'eturned Thursday from a 'trip' to Cleveland. Ohio. They were accompanied by their son-irt4aw and daughter Lt. 'and Mrs. John Peters, who visited Lt. Peters parents in Cleveland. The Pefr- ,ers,then left for Camp Pendleton s Galif.,where he will be stationed. Enroute home Mn and Mrs. Dehnert. stopped in Lake Mills and Waterloo, Wis.. where they visited ,Mr. Dehnert's sister, Mrs. Ida Wallin and his sister, Mrs Kate-Pheede ' in Columbus, Wis' V * ' * J. - >.^'-; ,'•- * V ' £(. 1J 1 ^ . — -ore Independents'had both'gbdd 'arid bad luck last Weekeftd?" TlieV ,were defeated by,.St. 'J6e' f 5-2 then defeated the K'. Cl 'Algorta team. 7-6. lied Sunda farm, fteaf ' ^ Mr. rfnd Mtt; &• ntr o Banbfdft Maw the , weekend ,6f the MiHrr .yl|it f,« it.% JpMe of their daughter, Mr's, 'J«lck A Peterson of Exceisfor, fMinn. ( and at the home. of ',Mf, -.Kohnke's mother Mrs. Rose Kohnke Of Delmar, Mlhn.. // Mr. an'd'Mrs.'^lmrny Chi'istett- sfert of; Whittfmofie tod' Mr. and Mrs. .Wayne Marsiial and> Sherry and Pdm dpent'the' fourth Visit- < -v ,, ;* K.y* v* v* .Jr : f^,^ • v- .;-. • f .^ v ;,, ^,1^f,,t/>^^ : ^^ •'*. " • 2' 1 '.' **• -k •>,: < \ *;*•"' ' •"**?.; VViVv^V' 1 ';!** 5 '*;. -V^t' £ *~,ta. . \ *..<. -_£ii. 1 iL, > 5r i, < iLe 1 l - 1 • .-. ^- f . , ia,_. £_, ii ii ,£ 'a. "i r ..." ^ B^.J"*, ? „ !„> ^ r . ire^ •&(.. . .««t ^"wafe-idfJi^j^-S k~" «£&£ <__ t£ .flK&i JW j£ud !M Mrt/'Aft KffdoW, B&W tflifz- IftF, Mr. aM'''Mm J'Pe'd r K&fiSv 4 arldf Wftbel. ,111 of filflcr i 6fl, sff< Des Moirte-s, Jtld RlchWd-Schlil <i£ dhld&ke fil.* had- & famll.t re Ml^iOtT HT, •^**^ttK! TjyiSfaifiifilfay' neat- 38fln(?rofti» Mr. aM Mrs. Lebflflrfl of Butt visited. Sunday, at the home >0f Mrs, .Klocke's parent- Mr> a-nrl Mrs. OebPfierNfiuman 6 Bancroft, , * ing at the hbme of Mrs. C sen's and Mrs. 'Marshal's 1 ' parents Mr, ahd Mrs.. Andy Bettering, , Mr. and .Mrs. J. H.. WelpVand family, Mr, and' Mrs,. Hal-old Wil* helm! and family, Elsie Wilhelmi, ahd Mrs Leo, .Elsbeekfef and Linda and. Gail, "all of Bancroft, visited M6M*v, at; the Ekrl'Kin- sev home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rtmger and Mr. and Mrs. ' Joe' F6x of; Bafaei'oft returned home Wednesday after spending the cast ten days sightseeing a'nd ' vlslllUg relative's in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Mr. • arid Mi's; ''Den'ttis Fi'oehle and Gerald Frdehle of Des Moin- .es visrted over the weekend at the home' of Dennis and Gerald Froehle's parents ,:,"Mr. -and Mrs. FrankvFroehle of Bancroft. .Mr. and Mrs. DotfElsbecker tmd .Sandra of -Eagle GrdVe ''visitedi Sun- dav at the Froehle home. Jeanne Welp returned to he* home Saturday after a three weeks''visi't at; the* ; Kom.e of Mr. and Mrs; Rommy Welp at Stoi'm Lake. • ; . .amp, ite 'Lake Ct'yst'al, Mlnn.i .i.,^1,.^... ,, r ^. n .^.a_..^^..> .1-T-..-,. j.i-n.t ,i?n^- J -_ , .ii/-n'.-'--"*— -J-^i t if , Mason buy Tutsd&y. to be ftitft Her mother Mfs. 'Ida ..Mfflflafi ' Who . hlti. It is helped that Mrs, MWK^ lef will so6n be well enough t«"' be bi'oUBKt/.to .her dftUghtcr'S' nome 1 here, ttt&t& te ik&n •• ct/te eVeh. Mote a&tfdt&ite > - §. i^l ,?;*w ''^^f^Wp^^v^vv^, * ; ^f v,••• ••''<*! 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