i«VfV • •*,, 'V 5, Itf SWEA PEOPLE Alfttttt tipper »«8 Moines, Algona FORmiMBAR - Swea City; Mr, arid Mfs. A. M IfdAnlneh, of Swea. City, and theh son*in4awaftd datighfgf, Mr. and tafs. Charles Faugust, of Guckeen TVHnn.) drove 16 Williams Sunday Jo attettd funeral set-vices for Mrs i MoAnmches' sister's * ihuSband ' •Charles-M.^tnimbar. ' Mr. Trumbarv Vho was well* known here through frequent vis- Its, Had been ill for several months and had 'been at the "University hospital at'lOwa City, More re: «estlylie had entered the Webster •I City hospital, where h« succumb* «ett- to the effeets of his illness, i last week, •.'..>. . • • ' . For ^ many years he Conducted a 'brokerage office at Williams, do* Ing tax accounting arid handling real estate and loans.:He and his •wife, the former Margaret Pound, , of Urbana, 111., had no children He was about 73 years" old. : Burial was at Webster City, ' Mrs. Trumbar,- accompanied the McAninches to Swea City. fnvltttiong., fteiallv-es a'Hd tt tends hem have ceWed 4 invitations tov th«i wed* ding of Missi Sonnle Mae kar&on, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JSdwafi J« Larson, .inglewood, Calif., to KefftUt A. FagWfir, ensign In the United States Naval Reserve, who is stationed In Virginia. The wedding took place at Ingle wood Sunday at 4 o'clock, The couple will live in Florida. The bride's father is a brother of Einil Art and Paul Larson here. Parents. Mr. and (Mrs, Glen Olson are parents df a Son born Friday, July 0, at the Forbes hospital. Sunday Dinner Guests. 'Mr.,.arid,Mrs. Emil Larson and the (Floyd Treat family were Sunday dinner guests at the Francis Treat home. " . Visited Last Week. Mrs. Albert Ellman, of Milwau- ee, Wis., visited last week at tha Art Anderson home. to •• ? Urtis ,. who have been living ,*»•« houtt on William farm where Mr. Curtis was employed as a farm hand, have IS^faiij 1 * 811 '*! ¥ rs - Curtls and the children will live with Mr Curtis' paretiis. Mr. Curtis expects to be called soon for induction into the army. Home on Furlough. Sgt.-Everett Erickson, who serv- d one year in the European thae- er of - War, came Saturday for a Uflough : at home Of his sister, Miss Florence Erickson. fia*Ie Aid Society. The Eagle Aid Society met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Glen Clark. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Chauncey Waterbury ahd Mfs. Merton Roalson. Baptist Gulld~ The Baptist Ladies Guild will meet tomorrow at Guild Hall, iostesses are Mrs. Andrew Berg, Mrs. Clayton Roalson and Mrs. 3ale Reed. Miss Freda Bergeson has charge Of program. Music will be in charge of Jean Erickson. HONEVMEAD MEEL Put FAST, LOW-COST ^ GAINS on your,' PI«S HONEYMEAD MEEL fed w!»h V corn Is o balanced pig ration '•'... that Includes good qual- Ity proteins, minerals and vitamin soiree*. Pigs need these mtrlents »o put on i; fast, low-cost gains—to help get well-finished hogs ready for the best-paying market. Today — order your supply of HONEYMEAD MEEL from yonr Honeymead dealer. HONEVMEAD Get URGE, STURDY LITTERS from SOWS .HONEVMEAD MEEL furnishes essential nutrients to help keep your sows In good flesh and thrifty condition through the gestation, farrowing and lactation periods. It also helps sows develop vigorous young pigs that will l/ve, grow, and gate. -Your Honeymead dealer Is "amply supplied with HONEY- MEAD MEEL from the two modern Honeymead plants. :rs co. Spencer, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schular and their two children of Chicago, 111. are visiting his parents, the Henry Scnulars. • , 'Marcia Jenson, daughter of Virgil Jensons is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Alma Jacobson, Winnebago, Minn. Betty Anderson, registered nurse from Boulder City, Nev., 'is visit- in S at home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Anderson. Lucille Berg, student at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, is visiting at the home of Her parents, the Andrew Bergs. .. Miss Edith Mitchell, of Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Pearl -Rogers, of .Modesta. Calif., visited during"' the week with Mrs. John Jongberg. Anna Lindbloom, teacher at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, visited last week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Forest Erickson. 'Mrs. Kern Blair and daughter, of Des Moines came last Monday for a visit with friends here and with Mrs.). Blairfs father-iini-law and mother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Blair. Mr. and Mrs. Orvas Bergeson and samll son, of Minneapolis, Minn., returned to their home last Saturday after a week's vacation from factory work with his parents, the Ed Bergesons. Stewards Hold Family Reunion At Kanawha FORMER LAKOTAN, SCHAPI DIED MY 4 iLakota: Mrs* Henry T. Sehaper died July 4 at her home here, She had been in poor health for nearly 10 years. Funeral services were held at the Coning funeral home in Blue Earth, Minn., Saturday afternoon and she was interred in Maple Mil cemetery, Lakota. Surviving are her husband and four sons—Leroy, Amboy, Minn.; Raympnd, Edwin and Theron, Brush Creek, Minn. A daughter died in infancy. m Mrs. Schaper was born Luvlna Elizabeth Lester in Floyd, Va., Feb. 15, 1885. She was married to Henry Schaper at her home in 1902 and shortly after that they moved to Kossuth county and lived on a farm southwest of Lakota and other parts of the vicinity un til 17 years ago. They then move to Minnesota near Brush Cree and lived there until Mrs. Snap er's death. i Mrs. '-Schaper was 'baptized i the Baptist church at Lakota in 1910. Surviving her also are severa brothers and sisters, all of whom live in Virginia except a sister Mrs. Art • Lester, Lakota, and a brother, L. P. Lester, Boone, ant eight grandchildren. < Her parents and one forothe preceeded her in.death in Virginia Lutherans Hold Picnic. The Lutherans held their annua picnic at the Mike Christ farm home Sunday with dinner for more than 75. A program, games and ice cream and cake furnished entertainment in the afternoon. ALGONA FLOttt & FEED CO. Next to Northwestern Freight Depot on 169 Phone 257 Burt: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward . and family attended a •eunion of .the Steward families at Kanawha Sunday. The following •elatives were also there: Mr. and Urs. Paul Macauley and Donald, Mrs. Mary' Steward, Mr. and Mrs. Hiffprd Abbas and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Ralhp Steward and Merton and Gary Abbas, of Burt; the Or- vll Stewards, of Garner; the Everett Stewards, of St. Ansgar; and Mrs.. Schuhmacher, of Myrtle, Minn. The gathering was in honor of a relative who was home on furlough. Visit Son. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meyer and Mrs. Meyer's 'brother George Smith, of Wilton, Wis., visited the Meyer's'son Arlie and family here last week." They also visited th? W. E. Gutknechts and Roland Smith, Sr. Spends Vacation In Ames. Helen-Behrends spent a few days of her vacation visiting at the Marvin Baums at Ames. They brought her home Thursday. Visits Heetlands! Ruby Daniels spent the weekend visiting at the Jerry Heetlands. Ruby is now employed in a beauty parlor in Algona. Burt4-HClub Elects Officers Burt: The Hurt 4-H club elected officers* for. next year at last Thursday's meeting•*v,-at vBenny Kahler's home They are 'president Stanley, Riedel; vice-president, Harold Fischer; -secretary, Alice Tigges, and reporter, Doris Salisbury. ' Fourteen members 'and one visitor responded to roll call. n Now MEET a man who could walk at the rate of 135 miles a day . . . Captain Robert Barclay of Ury, England. In 1808 he bet he could walk one mile every hour for 1,000 consecutive hours. The amazing thing is he did it! Imagine . : ; one mile during each hour, day and nightj for 41 days and 16 hours." But Captain Barclay's feet hurt, and plenty • . . Now that cars are wearing out at an alarming rate, many exrmotorists are unhappy about their feet, too; I % s Every mile you drive speeds the day when ^ your own car will wea? out and quit , ; ; it gete thf professional care that can check needlesg wear, Lester Brothers Visit Mr. and Mrs. -George Lester and youngest daughter, Woden, were Sunday visitors at the Art Lesters. The 3 'brothers George, John who is in the army and who is visiting here, -and Clarence were i all supper guests with their brothe Art and his wife. ! Glen Klocke fell from his motor cycle last week and injured on knee. ' ; Fred Schroeder, his son Winston and Nick Behrends went to Spiri Lake, Saturday to fish. . ' Mrs. Henrietta Aaldreks, wh spent the month of June in Al gona, came home Sunday evening 'Pvt.; : .Greener) husband of tht former MaxineEllman,"is spending a furlough with his wife and relatives. . , . •.-''" '.-;• F/O. Winston Schroeder spenl the weekend with his parents 'Mr and Mrs. Fred Schroeder. Winston is stationed at Madison, Wis. Ernest Wortman drove to Kirksville, Mo., last week and brought home his wife and son Billie, who had been visiting her mother. The three daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Will Schroeder spent last week visiting their .parents". Margaret is attending school in Min- neapoMs, Minn., Lola, at Omaha, Nebr., and Dorothy, at Des Moines Dorothy left for Des Moines Sunday evening from Algona. Audrey Hastings,' visited relatives in Minneapolis, last week. Audrey's sister, Mrs. .J. O. Converse, and her son John and wife and little daughter, Lee Ann, Minneapolis, came for a visit with Mrs. ^Converse's father, Mr. Hastings. Mrs. Converse stayed with her father while 'Audrey went on a short vacation, accompanying her nephew and wife home. Franks To Be School Custodian Swea City: Elmer Franks, o Bancroft, will replace William Christensen as school custodian following Mr, Christensen's resignation to accept employment with the county highway patrol. / Mr Franks, who now is employed in a Bancroft hardware store, wil begin his' new duties Aug. 1, and will moyfl his family here as soon as a house can be obtained. IBVINGrTON NEWS Str*M*5*h ypuj? car's life your Standard Oil Qtftir Gw Gore Servies, CAPTAW „,„,_, tatts walking 4«a» p Krause §B, §ip4ay Returns to Des Moines, MJsa Camilla Frankj has returned to Des Moines where she is taking nurses, training, alter >a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. P;r? ank J- • c Wil}3 has one year Jeft before he^ course is completed. Visit tn New ¥s»riir Mr. and M rs t Oonald Frank] have gcwfl to'Sawpspn, N. Y.; (or 8, t visjt with U- Bernard Frank} after yisitwg Jast week with friends and relative? here, Don* aid's rating js thst «f chief war* rant Qffiger, afl* 'he h»s just returned from Nataii.BrwU, making the trip bacls to the @tetes by Plane, For sometjine now he wiH ' gehjcht} h as been aa4 J at fee t , fegye been parents. LED*A»» NEWS Sisters Visit* Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Roelfsema, of Paton, and Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Everett and girls, of Storm Lake , o orm ae, were Sunday guests at the Edward •---•-- -* — -• Knoner home7 Mrs. Roelfsema" Janice and Patty Everett sisters. «* v "*"*"•* UIJM JL. aviijr XM VCX CtL Mrs. Everett and Mrs. Knoner are are visiting .at Knonoers this week. Mrs. Everett and Mrs. Knoner were in Fairmont, Minn., July 3. . \ USWA Meeting. There will be a work meetin b of the U. S. W. A. tomorrow at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Herber 'Ulska. Mrs. Wiemer's Mother 111. Mrs. E. E. Williams, of Stevens ias been ill the past week and con- ined to her bed. She is the mother f Mrs. William Wiemer. Visit Carpenters, Sgt. and Mrs. John Botchelor •and son Michael, who have 'been stationed' at Kingman, Ariz., came last Thursday to visit at the parental D. A. Carpenter home. They left on Monday to visit his parents before returning to Victorville, Calif., to which place he has been transferred. Mrs. Carl iNoyes and daughter Carol, of Austin, Minn., are also guests at Carpenters. On Sunday Mrs, Carl Niehaus and Mrs. Victor McKinney and son Craig, of Granada, were also guests as were the Elvin Carpenters of JLedyard. ed & group of ladies Jffidfly afternoon in the second of the followup teas of the U. S. W, A. vanishing teas. The afternoon was spenl socially and a lunch was served. SEXTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Welfare and Doris and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Welfare visited their sister Mrs. Watts at Waseca, Minn., Sunday. Mrs. William Flynn went to Blue Earth, Minn., Friday tp. visit at the home of her sister. ' Her brother-in-law had , suffered a stroke last week. • Mrs. Elvin Carpenter entertain- Guests Near Renwlck. Mr. and Mrs. Alferd Opheim and children, Mrs. Sarah Wise and Mrs. Druisie Noble were Sunday dinner guests at the home of (Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise and family I near Renwick. John Herman Op heim remained with his uncle fo a longer visit. Guests at Parents' Home. Mr. and Mrs... Everett Steven and Anna Marie'were Sunday vis^ itors at the home of Mrs. Steven'; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alber Genrich, near LuVerne. Deloris Bemis is visiting this week with her uncle and aunt Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Shicky, and family at their cottage on Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mimtoack -accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson and Glennda Sue Sunday afternoon tb see how the corn and'tf&ts crops were standing the cool weather. i Visitors at Titonka. Mrs. Pearl Beukema and family were Sunday afternoon visitor^ at the home of Mr. and Mfs, Fen Kraul and family near.Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sanford, of near LuVerne, were Sunday evening visitors at the home of 'Mr. and Mrs. Glenn .Gabrielson. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond, Darrell and Rhonda were Sunday afteHwott adttnt al Mr. flftd Ut& Auglflrt 4 Mr. .Ray Shift UHd f daughters, of Cedar Sapi weekend visitors at th% ' his ferothers,'Johft aftd fl Mr. ahd Mrs. Maftiri Doris, Deloris ahd Tomitiy near Britt, were Sufiday. evenlfttf, visitors at the home of Mrs. Hind* ers 1 mother, Mfs. Druisie Nobte., H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and haul- Ing. NEW MACHINERY Sweep rakes and hay stackers, pump jacks, mower windrowers, flaretype wagon boxes, air compressor, water tanks, manure loaders, Used Machinery Mowers, sweep rakes, Wagon boxes, Hammer- mills, elevator jack, manure loader. Complete service for.Allis Chalmers, Oliver, New Idea and Massey-Harris machines. 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