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Wesley Man Is f''alld -Mrs i. T?. Stu- Carol and Lorraine .Bleich dndafyand Tuesday, Aug. 2 6hcl3 Ih.'Aiffes attending the annual-meeting>of the Iowa Institute 0f;C0opiFative^. J. P. Studer was 1 reelected Advisory director foiv'a' j> !j|;eatfHe.)*m: LojrfaJne sanf IW6 solos at the banquet .which was attended by 450 people'.,' •> ' •% »*' >• , * •' Pr0.Nu£rtW:<il6Uriesy ' , Janet ftefblamen of' BHtt~vtes honored Sunday Aug. 8 at a prenuptial shower at the Mrs Martha West komi. She will become the bride of CletUs West on Wednesday, Aug. 18.. T6 Serve Breakfasts Breakfast will be sold'in the Parish hall Sunday, August 29, after both Masses. A fpod sale will also, be held by circles 2 and 3 of the' C.D.A. Colorado Guests Mrs Louisa 1 Newman- of. Grand Rapids. Mich, and her daughter ;- Miss Henriette Shesky of Beavei- Dam. Colo., .visi.ted the former's niece. Mrs Alfred Erdman and] family and other relatives several days' over the weekend. Ban«»,of Marriage Banns of marriage were published for the second time sun- day in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Rev L. N. Klein for Janet Reibsamen of Britt and Cletus West and for Patricia 'Rlchtsmeier and Paul Schmidt of Adaaa. The first couple will be niarrSed .Wednesday, August 18 and the other couple on Saturday, 'August 21. At Sllve* Wedding I Mr • and' Mrs Tom For burget and Tommy, Mr and Mrs Frank BJeich and family, Art Bleich'and children, Mr and MrsT. Seller, Mr ahd Mrs J. Seller attended the silver, wedding anniversary cele- Mation of Mr -and Mrs Martin Bleich of Miller Sunday, July 25 at the home of the honored couple's • daughter Mrs Lawrence Besch fet Whittemore. On Western Trip Mr and Mrs, Will Denton of Titottka visited friends here briefly Wednesday morning enfoute to Minneapolis, where they expected to board a train for a two week's trip to Missoula, Montana; Spokane and Seattle, Wash.; and Portland, Ore., to visit relatives and friends several weeks. The Denton's owned and operated a drug store in Titonka for thirty years or more and recently sold their business and retired. >§H0 Wt (Rapid Fuel Delivery]] Brings You BETTER LIVING WhereVer You Are With Conveniences> 'with THERMOGAS The Preferred IP BOTTLED GAS SERVICE Cooking Water Heating! Clothes' Drying New COOKING Pleoivre THERMOGAS fflves you quicker, cleaner, 'more enjoyable cooking. Reduces kitchen drudgery;' 'Plenty of HOT WATER Automatically THBUMOGAS provides more hot water ciuloker. Low operating . cost, too. : As Before — Your Easy, Automatic!. CLOTHES DRYING Fluff-dry j r our clothes Indoors, In minutes wltti THERMOGAS. Saves time ana work. for the ; Best In Gas Appliances, Both Bottle and Natural RAPID THERMOGAS COMPANY Attend Reunions Mr and Mrs J. P. Studer and family attended the annual Sheppman family reunion 'at the Legion hall at West Bend Sunday August. 1. The annual A. A. Studer clan reunion will be held at the Ed Cmk near Woden Sunday, Aug. 16,... y infant Baptised The baby girl Born to Mr and and Myry/in Dimond, July 14 was baptized ^Sunday, Aug. 1 in 'St; Joseph's Catholic church by Rev, L. N. Klein and named Barbara Ellen. Sponsors were the infant's sistei* Mary Lou Dimond and their grandfather, Frank Stebritz. Keith flaverly, who had his basic training at the naval base at San Diego, then went to the Naval Air Technical Training school at Norman, Okla. for 8 weeks has been 'transferred to the Nav> Photography School at Pensa,cola, Fla. for a 14 week course^ t Mrs Armand Tabb of Corwith visited Mrs Tillie Loebig Saturday, July 24. Mr and Mrs P. C. Haynes and their houseguests, Mr and Mrs B, Nadelhoffer of Eau Claire, Wis, and Mr and Mrs R. W. Saunche of Hudson, Wis., enjoyed a picnic Sunday, July 25 with Mr and Mrs Ed Farnum and four children at the latter couple's home in Corwith. Mr and' Mrs- Will Hood and son John of Algona joined the Haynes family picnic. Mr and Mrs Tom. Forburger-and Tommy accompanied by Mr and Mrs Sylvester Garman and Merle of Britt spent Tuesday in Ames Tommy and Merle-.will enter the State college next month. Sunday evening guests at the Ivan Johnson home in honor o. Roland Johnson's ninth birthday were Mr and Mrs Oscar .Johnson and Bobby, Mr and Mrs Ray Carlson and Marvin and Mr anc Mrs Howard Funriemark anc family. Mr and. Mrs R. W. Saunche 01 Hudson, Wisconsin left Thursday for their home following a week's visit at the parental, .P. C. Haynes home. Mrs Will Nadelhoffer of Eau Claire, Wis. came with them and her httsband came Fridaj and visited here till. Sunday. Mrs Sophia Hildman, Beatrice and Leo visited Mr and Mrs Tonj Hildman ahd. family ahd Mr Hildman's mother, Mrs Katherin Downs at Bradgate Sunday even S- " . ; Roland Johnson was nine year old Saturday, Aug. 7 and he am his v brother Ronald had as thei ov'ernite guests Wednesday. . Jim Rogness, Philip Seaberg,' Rick Krau's and Denny Funnemar who.had spent several days wit his cousins. - ; ; Denny Funnemark," son of Mr and .Mrs Ho.ward Tunnemark was a houseguest several days last'week with their cousins, the Ivan Johnson children. ....; George Kemper was taken to St. Ann hospjtal, Algona,-July 23 for medical care. " Mrs Tillie Loebig had as her visitors one day recently former schoolmates Mr and Mrs Art Craig of Rutland, Illinois. Mr and Mrs J. % M. Kunz. Billy and Julia Ann and Mrs ' Kunz s parents, Mr and Mrs Clarence Ward went to Bead Lake -near Hampton Sunday Aug. 1, to join Bancroft Girl Is Nurse Graduate Bancroft—Donna Mae Laif>p£i daughter of Mr and Mrs H.-'K. jampe, was a member of O raduation class from the be for Practical Nurses at. Mercy hospital, Marshalltown, Sunday This is an-18 months course. MiJJ, jampe returned'here Sunday, for a two week's vacation. Mr and Mrs W. E, Smith-; .rod :amily of New'Hartford at afarjfj- ily reiinlpn and.picnic. .-;'' ;Mr arid 'Mrs' Earl Ward ajid family w.ere guests in the parental C. E. Ward home Thursday 'evening; July 22.* They recently moved :: frbm Rockford to Clear Lake 'and Earl! is employed in. a cement plant at Cleat Lake. , ; , Oliver ""and. Rupert 'Young ajfid Lyie Hirner attended a ball game at Mason City Sunday evening,, July 25. • . - '.' The Ruth Circle of. the Methodist church will /serve the luncheon to the Lions-'Club Wednesday evening August .4. i Mr and Mrs Will .Martinek visited 'her, brother and wife Mr and Mrs Arrnon Adolf at Hartley, Saturday, July 31. The Adolf's were marr4ed, July 28. : Mr and Mrs John Weig had as their houseguests several days last? week Mrs Weig's sisters, Mrs Frank Homan and Clem Puls.jQf Ackley.and Mr and Mrs LeoiP.Uls of Olivia, Minn. with Mrs Guy Dimond. J. P. Studer, manager of the K. & H. Oil Company. Joe OoetK and Victor Loebig directors of the Farmer's Cooperative Eleva- ior, attended the State Summer Steeling of the Cooperative Institute at Ames one day last week. Mr and Mrs L. L. Lease attended the wedding Sunday afternoon at Lake Mills of her niece Marilyn Oesme to Ronley Schnell of Ne,well aftd from there Leases dfove up into northern Minnesota for a few days vacation. John Foertsch of fort Brag£, North Carolina is spending & furlough with his mother, Mrs Theresa Foertsch and other relatives. Paul Friberg, who had been a patient at the University hospital, Iowa City, was brought Tuesday to the Carl Johhsoh home. Mr and Mrs .Richard Hammond of Racine, Wis., spent the August 1 weekend at the parental, Mi's Thekla Eisenbacher home. On Monday August 2 they went to Glenwood, Minn., to visit relatives and friends till Friday. Mrs Eisenbacher accompanied them to Reading, Minn, where she visited her two daughters, Mrs Jake and Mrs Girard Strouth and their families. Hammonds will visit here till August 15. v Mr and Mrs Lon Gouge and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Becker and family had as their houseguests several days last week the former couple's granddaughters, Joyce, Janette and Karen Ptacek, daughters of Mr and Mrs Clarence Ptacek of Estherville. Thursday ;he girls went to Duncan to visiv ;heir paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Adolph Ptacek. Start Delivery Of ASC Corn On August K The Algona office of the ASC has been jammed the past few days with farmers wanting to' be the first to deliver their corn to bins 'August 16.. * That's'the starting date in Kossuth and surrounding counties, gained 'his year. Army worms have run their course, for the most pafl, and caused plenty of destruction. The second crop of corn borers, however, is still going strong, eating up profits every day. Most iarm- ers haven't sprayed, due to the fact the spraying must be done at precisely the right time, or no good is derived from it. Grasshoppers have been invading some fields of late, but a serious infestation is not foreseen in this area. Spraying is bringing results where grasshoppers art concerned. Bancroft Building Bancroft — Excavation of the basement for the new Convent has been finished by Kenneth Distworth for the new residence of Mr and Mrs Arnoldy in the Mrs Herman Ostercamp was brought home the fore part of last week from Mercy hospital, Mason City where she was a surgery .patient. . ,,,. Mrs Mandy Nelson .reports, a new grandson, born July 30, at St. Ann hospital, Algona to fAi and Mrs Lloyd Brokman of Corwith. ,• / Orthel Jolly Workers'met Friday,-July 30 with Gloria Sohuis, jane , xegtmeyer and Bonnje Eckels gave demonstrations., ,,. Mr and Mrs Karl Erik! JCiils- holm returned recently from a two week's'trip to western points' including the Bad Lands,- thte Black Hills, Big Horn Mountain, Yellowstone Park, through'the 1 Rocky Mountain region, Nebraska and many other interesting points through the weji. Woman's Missionary Society of the Evangelical Free ,churcn met Thursday afternoon, August 5 and it seems most farmers are getting lined up early. 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