, 28, jiEOLD UCHTY OF LUVERNE TAKES A BRIDE IN IDAHO t LuV'erhe: Miss Volet Little* *% daugfiter of Mrs. Minnie Little of; $ .Bailey,' Idaho, and Harold Lichty, -|t-;TOi1 of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Llehty, ?|.;-.Were united Jn marriage on Sep•v tehiber 28 In the Methodist parsonage at Rupert, "Idaho. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 'Stanford, of Carrey, Idaho. Mrs. Stattfdrd is a sister 6f the new Mrs. Lichty. The bridal couple accompanied by Mr. 'and Mrs. Stanford arrived here Wednesday to Visit at the' home of his parents. The Stanfords 16ft Saturday for ^ their home in Idaho. Harold is the • eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Liehly and had been in the navy for f6tir daughter Sharon, Mrs. Clara San- years, just recently receiving his key and Mrs. Ralph Llndhorst, all honorable •discharge from the ser- of Algona, anB Mrs. Anna Sankey Vice. The new Mr. and Mrs. Lichty were dinner; guests Sunday at the Will live in LuVerne. ... ..home of Mr, and Mrs. Art Riley. —_—»_ I' Mrs. James Paulson arrived recently from Hattiesburg, Miss., to I,visit at the home of her father friends. Mf. arid Mrs.-Martin Sweet and daughter Marilyle and Miss Mary Alice BUJihls arrived recently from Columbus, 1 Ohidi t» visit at the hbrrte bf Mr. and Mrs. William Bigings. Week .end guests at the George Mefkle home was Mr. and Mrs. Waltef Merkle and children 'Joyce and James'of St. Paiil, Mlnti., and Mt. and Mrs. Ernest Roegier of Denver, Colo. Master Sgt. Ralph Blumer arrived borne recently frbhi Camp McCoy, WIs, -where he had received his hottbDable discharge from the army. Ralph is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul, Blumer. A Mrs. Art' Riley and Marjorie and Mrs. Anna Sankey attended funeral services for O. W. Riley Monday afternoon in the Methodist church in Livcfrmoro; Mr. Riley was an uncle to Art Riley. Mr. and Mrs. Veryl Sch'mldt and J.'J. Club Mas Meeting,— The J. J. Club met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lewis Wildin. Mrs. Leon Hint/, of Livermore and Mrs. William Ramus Were guests. Mrs. .Carl Goetseh had charge of the business meeting after which Mrs. Bernard Wolf read an interesting article. A book review wag given by Mrs. Herman' Sohulz. The entertainment for the afternoon was in charge of Mrs. Andrew Niejson. The nertt meeting will be Nov. 2, a party in the city hall. Combat Medical Badjfc— George Merkle and with other relative's and'friends. Mrs. 'Paulson is the foiijner Wilma Merkle. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Legler accompanied by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Legler and his aunt Mrs. Lloyd King .spent the week end at the home of Mrs. Lcgler's parents Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Haas at Walnut, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gronbach and family arrived Sunday to visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gronbach, and with other relatives and,friends. Harold recently received his hon- Sgt. Francis W. Hinz, son of Mr. I brable discharge from the army, •and Mrs. H. J. Hinz of LuVerne, I Mrs. Peter Thompson returned who is in a medical detachment has been awarded the Combat Medical Badge. Sgt. Hinz spent a year overseas. He is now spending a 10 day furlough at the home of his parents. Sgt. Hinz will leave Saturday for Camp Sheridan, 111. Good Will Club Meets— . The Good Will Club met Thursday .afternoon at the'home of Mrs. —-v^-.—• . ... „ iv/r.T-i^o^V, Helena Stripling with Mrs. Harry and Mr. and Mrs. Roy.Mclntasch Christensen as hostess. Mrs. Will- of Sigourney. Other relatives who iam Goetseh and Mrs. Alvin Web- ! attended the dinner home Sunday afternoon after spending a week visiting Mrs. G. ^^^^^ A. Hanna and other relatives at-. ^Bj^*L- Fflirmont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. ' Russell Hanna and sons Bruce and Phil and Mrs. G. A. Hanna brought Mrs. Thompson home. Nearly 80 persons attended a Hanselman family dinner that was held Sunday In the city hall, 'honoring Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mertz er had charge of the entertainment 'for the afternoon. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Family Dinner Sunday— ; A family dinner was 'held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.. Walter Hefti honoring Mr, and Mrs. Walter Merkle and children of St. Paul, Elmer Merkle of Flat Rock, Ohio," and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roeger of Denver, Colo. Other relatives who attended the -dinner were .George Merkle and ^daughter Esther, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marty and family, Mr. and '-'Mrs, Lewis Merkle and daughters, ^ arid Mr. ,and Mrs. Fred Merkle ; and family. Reunion; at ,'tV S, Grantsr-:.- y i, . . ' W? Mr. ; ahd Mrs. Elmer BUffham of ;';Sante Ana, Calif.; spent several,; • days visiting at the 'home of the 'letter's parents Mr. and Mrs. U. S, ; Grant. Mr. and Mrs. Buffman, : were honored at a family reunion • held-Sunday, Oct. 21, at the Grant, home. Those present,in addition f to Mr. and Mrs. Buff'ham, included | Mrs. Grant's, three sons and their . wives. Mrs. Grant, who recently' celebrated her 88th birthday,' ;•- m.oved to Kossuth county with •;her husband more than 50 years • 'ago. • : Nearly'100 attended the.Ceme- •"• tery Association's anun'al chicken '•pie supper that was held Friday "evening in the city hall. : • rMrs. Lloyd King of Lexington, Nebrl, spent several days visiting •at "the home of her sister • and family Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Leg- let. ..'•'• . Albert Hefti was the host- a pink and blue shower afternoon at 'her coun- honoring Mrs. Paul were jfrom Algona, West Bend, Livermore and LuVerne. :../-. Out Of The Army v Bode: Tech. Sgt. Harry Dasen who has served "wtith,\th6\arrny air force overseas for 19- months first landing in Glasgow, Scotland, spending a few months 'in; England, France, Holland and-:Ger- manyV arrived-in Bode ^Saturday morning • . ' '•'[ ;, • fc •. DAMCiS LEGION BALLROOM BANCROFT , Friday, Oct. 20; , ' '.•'. ' 'Al Menke ;•/ Old -Time Danced Eyery : Tuesday. Modern Dances Every ••'.'. : -*.' '" : >-Friday. Miss Marjorie pornholdt of Ar- nniriR Park snent the week end • "^U mg P her Ser Robert Bom.*«* inanager.of the Thompson -> Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kubl.v and r tu/n rhiidrert Miss Mable "Kubly :Sd OrvUle kubly of St- James. Minn., w«re guests at the home of Mr nnH Mrs H ' J Blumer. f ElnS SSkla . of BTaf RocK-, Hbhio. arrived Saturday to spend : a week visiting at the home of Ws lather George Merkle and his sis:,ter Esther and other relatives and . - J COOKED A FINE DINNER; THEN THREW IT TO DOG One lady recenty stated that she used to throw her own dinner to 'the dog most of the time. It made 'her sick just to look at anything to eat. She was swollen with-gas, full of-bloat, had headaches, felt worn out and was badly consti- •pated. Finally she 'got SYS-TONE 'and says she now 'eats everything in sight and digests it perfectly. Bowels;are regulai normal. She is enjoying life i more and feels like "soine woman" since taking this New Compound. . ''..'.;. I SYS-TONE contains 12; Great .Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act on sliig- 'gish liver arid kidneys. iMiser- able people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering! Get SYS-TQNE, Liisby 8f Gloss! Drug Store, . - C REAT CI I Clifton Beiwchbter : . „ Boekelman - -.- * * ^Ti , '.-'- ;:>' :"H'-Vr:' l V^- This A^^ the following Patriotic Farmers of Kos^ith County plaf twnnemark _. ___-_- - - - Wesley SUbri4e . _ „-___--_ ^Algona % Gbetz - - -* . - - . - -.. - -, We»ley U Theron;G» Hamen — - ^ r u-, 4, ^- Wesley Henry Schnakenberg Ervin Seim* Earl Sheppar4 Hopkins- ; -V^ : -- ..".-'• ..•'-.''': •,.,.";•'.•;••''
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