The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 24, 1937 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 24, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moiaes, Algona, Iowa, June 24,1937 ELLADREYEROF FENTON A BRIDE OFLASTSUNDAY Weds Swinton, Mo. Young Man In Church Ceremony Fenton: The wedding of Ella Dreyer and Olendon Schrum took place Sunday, June 20, at the Lutheran church In Fenton at three o'clock.' The Rev. R. W. Kablltz officiated at the single ring ceremony. Ella is the second daugh- of Mrs. Elsie Dreyer of Fenton and • Glendon the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Schrum of Swinton, Missouri. The maid of honor was Lorena Dreyer, sister of the bride. She was dressed in an orchid Bilk crepe gown. Ruth Dreyer and Verona Radig, cousins of the bride, were bridesmaids. Ruth wore a blue net and Verona a yellow organdy floor length gown. Raymond Dreyer, brother of the bride, was best man. Ushers were Harold and Frank Dreyer. After the wedding the bridal party drove to Algona to have their pictures taken. At 7 o'clock a dinner and reception was held at the home of the bride's mother with 75 Attending. Next week Monday they will leave for Swinton where they will make their home. her, Robert Berkeland, Robert Ran- tetman, Ervlti and Deland Votteler, Ernest Skarre and Roman Reasoner. Cart to take the boys were driven by John Flnnestad, Bertel Berkeland and WHItam Reasoner. Parents of « Son Mr. and Mrs. Lester Welsbrod are parents of a 7V4 pound son born Saturday evening, June 19, at the Mueller hospital. This is their first child. Mrs. Kate Newel went to Hartley last week to visit her son, LeRoy and family. Ms. Frank McFall entertained at quilting Wednesday and Thursday of last week. Mr. and MM, Walter Sorenson of Burt were callers at the Carl Kern home Sunday evening. Margaret Patterson of Seneca visited her brother, Eldon, employed at the A. R. Willretts. The Henry Berghofer family attended a reunion at the Boehenke home in Ventura, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Verbrogte and son, Roy, Armstrong, visited at the Oliver Stoeber home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kramer of Ceylon, Minn., visited their nephew, Wilbur Holldorf and family, Sunday. Swea City Girls in Drinking Party; Sheriff Called Swea City Herald: Sheriff Casey Loss of Algona was Interrupted in his Sunday afternoon newspaper reading or snooxing or whatever it is that sheriffs do on Sunday afternoons by a call from Swea City. He was needed here to umpire a drinking party of ladies and gentlemen. According to those who claim to know, the rules of decorum were set aside by the ladles who argued about husbands, and where hus- abnds ought to be on Sunday afternoon. This and that Is being said about the events, but thus far this paper has not been able to find anything on record on the blotter of any magistrate in this ballwick. This paper does not print rumor or Innuendo. It must have the cold facts. At any rate, the good burghers of our town have taken the Incident in their strides as usual. It is all a part of the social life of our town. It has been realized a long, long time by discerning observers that slight deviations from the amenities In Swea City occur in a high- minded way. Over indulgence in alcoholic beverages, gals pulling one another's hair, knocking one's friend to the earth merely are playful gestures in the interests of benign living and that levity which oils the way along life's path. Here in Swea City we do not engage in common brawling like our neighboring towns of Armstrong, Lakota, Bancroft and Algona. Dinner Host* Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hayenga entertained at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Barnhardt and children, Mary and Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Koepke and daughter, Carodene • and son, Darwin, all ol Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase and Shirley Mae. Girl's Iff X-rayed Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wlllrett took their daughter, Catherine, to Fort Dodge Tuesday. X-rays were taken and the bone in her leg is knit ting satisfactory. 4-H Boys' Outing The 4-H boys' club of Independence township, Palo Alto county enjoyed an outing near Lake last week Tuesday. Medium Attend ing were: Wayne Flnnestad, David Welsbrod, Lyndon and Wayne Ker- I COULDN'T you set 1 WAS MAKINs A Rwvff TUCN! HOW wo l KNOW \NERt GOING TO BOTH SIDES OF THE. — - Eight—or Left You Never Make a Wrong,Turn When You Come Into Our Drive Way Johnson D-X SERVICE STATION State & Moore Jack Stevens of Boone visited from Saturday to Monday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stev< is. Rosemary Nellis of Renwick is spending two weeks with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kern. Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Kern visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blighton at Emmetsburg, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase and daughter, Shirley and Mrs. Peter Hayenga were Fairmont shoppers Monday. Leona Kellog who has been visiting at the Fred Kluse home the past week reutrned to her home at Gait Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade and family were supper guests at the Henry Scheppmans near Irvlngton, Wednesday evening. Arthur Burwash of Champaign, 111., visited his brother, M. E. Burwash Sunday enroute to Ames to attend a cooperative .meeting. Ben Mitchell and Dale Long took the former's daughter, Mrs. Ole Pederson to Rochester 'Saturday, where she took treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte and son, Howard and daughter, Beverly, returned Friday from a two weeks' visit and outing in Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mlelun and children, Junior and Virginia, of Cleveland, Minn., visited at the Henry Berghofer home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tleman and daughter, Gladys and Mr. and Mrs. Art TieU of Algona were entertained the H. B. Theesflelds Sunday. Herman Bonn, Frank Bailey, Wm. Stamer and W. V. Yager v sited John Arbogast at the Coleman hospital in Esthervllle Sunday. Anton Berkeland of Hampton, N. D., visited from Thursday to Sunday with his brother, Bertel Berkeland and family and with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber and the latter's brother, Lyle Bassett visited Mrs. Stoeber's sister, Mrs. Lewis Reed and family at Gqodell, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Huskamp of Brltt and Mr. and Mrs. Herman I Huskamp of Fenton returned Sunday from a five days fishing trip at Round Lake. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp and granddaughter, Joan Witter visited in Des Molnes Saturday and Sunday with Joan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Witter. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bamsey and daughter, Patricia and son, Larry Dean, attended a Dutton family reunion at the fair grounds In Algona Sunday. One hundred attended. Lorraine Wegener, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener, visited from Sunday night to Wednesday with Rosemary Flnnestad daughter of the Amos Flnnestads. Mrs. Carrie Haase and daughter, Pearl, and son, Gall, drove to Minneapolis Wednesday of last week to visit friends. They also visited at Marriage Banns, Herlinda Friders Lawrence Kirsch St. Joe: Banns of marriage were published Sunday In St. Joseph's Catholic church for Herlinda Friders, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Friders and Lawrence Kirsch, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kirsch. The wedding will take place July 7th. GUEST MY AT DOAN CHURCH Burt, Algona, Sexton and Wesley Folks at the Program Doan: Thursday, June 17, was Guest Day at the Doan church and 106 attended There were 26 from Burt, 26 from Algona, eight from Sexton and 15 from Wesley. The following program was rendered: Song, "In My Heart There Rings A Melody"; devotions by Rev. W. J. Patterson; saxophone soles, "My Wild Irish Rose" and "When Clouds Have Vanished and Skies Are Clear," accompanied by Mrs. A. J. Martlnek; piano solos by Dorothy Hoover and Alice Mae Johnson; a closing song- by the Doan Aid. A dainty tray lunch was served, the table having a center piece of pansles and Mrs. Katie Elefson, Aid president, poured. The fllrst Aid president of Doan, Mrs. Neal Smith of Algona was present and also our oldest and honorary member, Mrs. J. D. Andrews who just returned from the west. Has Finger Amputated Herbert Kayser, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kayser, who recently had his index finger quite badly smashed on the left hand, had it amputated to the second joint last week by Dr. Keneflck. Mr. Parents of Daughter and Mrsxi John Berte are Varicose Veins and Rupture I use the ambulant method In treating these conditions. This means that you suffer very little if any pain, do not have to go to bed or lone any blood. You can go right on with your regular work and lose no time except for a few minutes In my office once a week. You are welcome to come in for an examination without charges. At that time I can explain my method of treatment. Dr. S. W. Meyer, D. 0. GENERAL HOSPITAL Algona, Iowa 21-tf Bcrnice Stock Announces A Mid-Summer Frolic Thursday, June 24 High School Auditorium Presenting Her Students of the Dance Featured In A Military Review and Selected Numbers Prices 26c-36c Reserved Seat Sale James Drug, Tues. Baldwin, Wis. They returned home Saturday evening. Mrs. Louise Drake of Whltwood, S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Drake of Moskee, Wyo., and Mildred Drake of Vale, S. D., came Sunday for a visit at the Robert Votteler home and with other relatives. Mrs. F. H. Bohn and daughter, Mary Ann, Mrs. E. K. Johnson and daughter, Marjorie and Mrs. W. J. Welsbrod returned Saturday evening from Ames where they attended the state 4-H club convention. Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder and son, Warren and daughter, Phyllis, left Monday for Indlanola, where the Rev. will attend a Bible school while Mrs. Snyder and the children will visit friends at Creston. Herman Dreyer drove to Algona Saturday evening and met his brother, Emit of Charles City, who came to attend the Dreyr and Schrum wedding Sunday. He returned home this week Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Haack and daughter, Delores of Fairvllle, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rosselsen of Fenton, Mrs. John Seegebarth of Lotts Creek visited their niece, Mrs. Will Hartwlg at Fort Dodge Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Huko Denker and daughters, Jean and Elinor Ann of Lester, spent from Saturday evening at the parental W. J. Wels brods. Florence Weisbrod returned home with them for a weeks' visit. Mr. and Mrs. James Ackerman and children of Lone Rock visited at the A. R. Wlllrett home Sunday and stayed with Willrttt's little daughter, Catherine, while her parents attended the Dreyer-Schrum wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreyer anc daughters, Mrs. Elsie Dreyer anc family, Fenton; Emil preyer of Charles City and Mr. and Mrs Glendon Schrum were dinner guests at the Everett Dreyer home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber of Fenton accompanied by the latter's sisters, Florence and Edm Anderson of Swea City and Russel Byers also of Swea City, left on Saturday for a weeks' fishing in northern Minnesota. Nettle Weisbrod spent last week visiting her sister, Mrs. Kern El erick at Alta and the Elericks brought her home Sunday and were dinner guests of the L. J Weisbrods. Other guests were tn Alfred Meyer family. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Ranney en tertalned at dinner Sunday: Mr and Mrs. C. F. C. Laage and the! daughter, Edith, Mr. and Mrs. W E. Laage, Axel Peterson, Mr. anc Mrs. Hans Wilberg and children o Ringsted and Mr. and Mrs. J. A Schwartz and family. Mrs. Caroline Hartman and he daughter-in-law, Mrs. Gottfrie Hartman and daughter came o Thursday and visited at the Alber Bleckwenn home. Mrs. Gottfrie Hartman and daughter returne home Friday, leaving the elder Mr Hartman for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler an Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Wehrspann a tended the double funeral service of Mrs. Carl Wahj, 35 and her the parents of a baby girl born on Thursday, June 17. Mrs. Harold Clark of Livermore is caring for mother and child. Mr. and Mrs. Berte have a family of four girls and five boys. Young Dizzy Dean Norbert Thilges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thilges, pitched two ball games for the Algona American Legion team Wednesday and Thursday against Lakota and Titonka, winning both games. Marie Flsch returned to the Grille Wagner home Sunday/ Mr. and Mrs. Ted Morle from Fort Dodge spent Sunday with rel- tlves here. Reglna Thilges from West Bend s attending to the household duties t the John Berte home. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul and GIVE HIM A GOOD START in the world amily were Sunday dinner guests t the Peter Kayser home. Rita Arcnd from St. Benedict is assisting with the household duties t the Henry Kohlhaas home. Martha Becker spent Sunday vening and Monday at the Frank Zelmet home near St. Benedict Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding and amily from Whlttemore were Sun- lay afternoon guests at the John I. .Reding home. Neva Brannliteader of Bode Is •pending the summer at the Paul Srnest home. Mm. Ernest and *Jeva are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul of Ottosen and Nicholas J. Becker were Sunday dinner guests at the Nick N. Thllges home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zelmet, Helen Kruecher and Andrew Gisch were Sunday afternoon callers at he Peter Kayser home. Nicholas J. Becker arrived here 'rom Baltimore, Maryland, Wed- iflfcday where he attended Stt Mary's seminary the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thilges accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. iaglind spent Tuesday at Cherokee with Mrs. Barbara Zeller. Mrs. Zeller Is the mother of Mrs. Hag- ilnd. Doan Aid meeting was held at Mrs. Agatha Hansons, Thursday, June 24, Mrs. Marie Christenson assisting. Ice cream, strawberries, cake and coffee will be served at Doan church, Friday, June 25. The pub- tic is Invited. Chas. Uhlenhake of Wesley and the Wm. J. Martlneks motored to Spirit Lake last Sunday, June 13, but found fishing very poor. The various Hansen families of this locality attended the annual Hansen reunion held at the Tom Toung home last Sunday, June 13. The Dean Andrews and Loyal Young families returned Tuesday from their trip west. Mrs. J. D. Andrews returned with them and will spend the summer with her sons and daughters here. Mrs. A. J. Mnrtlnek and Mrs. Rae Smith and daughters attended n miscellaneous shower at the Burt Presbyterian churcfh last Tuesday, June 15, in honor of Mrs. J. T. Heaney, nee Iva Trunkhlll. Leslie Hansen and daughter of California, who came for the Hansen reunion visited his brothers. Van and Gordon Hansen, Monday and Tuesday of last week. His daughter. Mrs. Ray Metzka of Kankakee, 111., is also visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Faulkner and three children and Mrs. Dora Ferrlgan all of Chicago arrived last Saturday and are visiting at the John Mahoney and Henry Nelson families. Sunday a family picnic dinner was held at the Call State Park. Next week they will go to Williams, Iowa, to visit Howard Ferrlgan and family. Mr. Faulkner will return soon to Chicago but Mrs. Faulkner and children and Mrs. Dora Ferrtgan will visit here two months. , Collins, Livermore. Mrs. Jessie Stebritz, Bancroft, spent Tuesday night here with her mother, her daughter, Kathryn returning with her Wednesday after spending the day. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reuter, of Fairmont, their daughter, Mrs. Wilbur Lindsten and daughter. Lynn, Minneapolis, called at the N. L. Cotton home Sunday. Marie and Esther Hutchlnson, Eileen Walsh and Mrs. Bernard O'Donnell attended a shower last Thursday for Dorothy Schiltz at the P. J. Schiltz home, Bancroft. The Theodore Jacobsons, Humboldt, the Alton Hulberts, Whltte- more, the Harvey Nelsons and A. P. Nelson, Britt, were all Sunday dinner guests at the William Nel sons. Mrs. Fred Genrich, Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mrl. M. E. Blanchard, and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough were entertained last Friday afternoon at the Charles Stoddard home, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rudolph, son Howard, daughter Grace, and Mrs. Llllie Blemmer, all of Denver, Colo., drove here Thursday evening remaining until Monday at the Frank Householders. Mrs. Oscar Householder, Mason City, daughter Helen, Minneapolis, and Mrs Frank Stebritz and two children, Algona, were callers at the C. E. Householders and Mrs. Kate Hawks home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. 3. Shelllto, their duaghter, Norma and Mrs. Lizzie Shellito, Ames, came Saturday to the N. L. Cotton home. Mr. Shellito left Sunday for Rockwell City where he will cashier the state shoot. Dr. and Mrs. D. R. Snyder, their daughter, Patricia, son Donald, Mr. and Mrs. W. Carson and daughter Marilyn, all of Elmore, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Snyder. Patricia remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Faulstlch and children, Gloria and Charles, were Sunday guests at the Herman Jaskulkes, Armstrong. John, Wilfred, Dorothy, Alice and Adeline Faulstlch attended a birthday picnic for Merf.on Stewart, son of Mr. and Mrs. !Ralph Stewart at his home Sunday. He was four years old. MINNEAPOLIS toptectbl* 8*4 riOtd AftdftWt OtCIWM Of tn( nffranfnf OF fts rooMM, tnt cpitt ytt rtk* rtmfatd by ** rtsff *mt tht HlH FOOa MITCu In <Pnmf fOOW *OO COlfM fwtncnnort) At Anuftwi| ritMted if 4tfi Strtfct •I Htfwtplfi Avtrac, ft In tht mfcfct of bwlntn, •Viopplny no MWMfMM fctfvttits. draft •HttxhM c A for mrf dtltcrt vow c*. . STH.TO4 ANDREWS HOTEL 4TH STREET AT HENNEPIN AVE. rn%yiy&i?i&$%tt LONE ROCK NEWS afigxycsttHS^^ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen and Family attended the Madison family reunion Sunday. Mrs. Curtis Olsen and Mrs. Irv- In Classen are enjoying a visit from their niece of Mallard. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Campbell and family attended the Dutton family reunion held at Algona Saturday. Frieda, Haack of near Lone Rock is spending several days at home of her sister, Mrs. Leslie Denton. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lage and family of near Irvington were Sun- CORONA! On Display at Tbt Algooa Upper Des Homes mother, Mrs. August Reece, 75, at the Baptist church in Estherville, Sunday. Mrs. Walz and her mother were killed in an auto accident. Mrs. Otto Witte, Carl Pompe, Mrs. Lena Pompe and Harold Brosowske of Barney, N. D.. came last week Wednesday to visit relatives. They all returned home Sunday, except Mrs. Pompe who will visit her sisters, Mrs. Mary Mittag and Mrs. August Meyer, and her son at Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Larsen and son, Wallingford, Earl Larsons of Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz and baby son, Lawrence Zwiefel, Mr. and Mrs. Gar Horsewell of Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Zwiefel and children were entertained at the Jacob Zwiefel home Sunday fox dinner. Mr. and lira. Fred Boettcher entertained Sunday La honor of Mr Boettcher's and their daughter, day dinner guests at the Ralph Campbell home. Mrs. Alice Duryea of near Irvington is spending several days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ft J. Campbell. Kenneth Campbell entertained some of his small friends at a birthday party at his home Friday. He was eight years old Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hoeck and son of LeMars are spending several days at the home of the former's brother and family, the Harley Hoecks. lone Bollig, who has been a beauty culture student in Fort Dodge, finished her course and is spending Lhis week a,t the parental J. W. 3ollig home. Maxine Cody, member of the Seneca N. R. G. club attended the l-H convention at Ames last week. Elizabeth Burt was chosen to at- Lend but due to the death of her grandmother, Maxine was given the privilege of attending. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Campbell and family and Charles Baird, all of Sioux City, spent from Thursday Verdell's birthday aruUversarlea. The gueots included Mrs. Mary Mittag, Mr. and Mm. Fred Meyer and son, Uw Herman Hints, Alvin Po- trata, Bill Dreyw. Arthur Kmato and Maurice Waltac* families and MM. Hannah Krawln. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen attended a Madsen reunion in Algona The Henry Schroeders, and H. A. Wieners spent Sunday evening at the F. F. Schroeders, Fenton. The Lyle and Hugh Marlow families had a picnic dinner at the Edwin Hawks, Spirit Lake, Sunday. The John Sones family, Sutherland, spent Saturday night and Sunday at the J. M. Blancharda. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flalg spent Friday and Saturday in Ames attending a blacksmiths' convention. Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt and Elma Krueger spent last week Wed nesday at the C. E. Slgsbees, Burt. Mrs. George Hanna and daughter, Myrtle, spent Sunday evening with the Misses Whitney and Warner, Burt. Theo. Kruefcer drove to Elmore, Minn., Monday on a business trip. He also visited the Charles Schultz family. Mr. and Mrs. Emll Laabs, son Raymond and daughter Wilma spent Sunday afternoon at Lake Okobojl. Doris Sanders returned here Sat urday after assisting the past two weeks at the William Kuhns, east of Burt Charles Morris attended a county supervisors' convention at Davenport last week Wednesday and Thursday. The Bernard Leepers spent Sat urday and Sunday at Dodge Center Minn., visiting the Harry Rahns and the Will Leepera. Mrs. Jessie Stebritz and daugh tera, Gladys and Kathryn wen Sunday dinner guests at the A. L Schiltz home, Bancroft. Mrs. Will Bourne, Algona, and Mrs. Susie Easterly, Cedar Rapids were Sunday afternoon callers a the N. L. Cotton home. The Hugh Walshes were enter tained at the Bernard O'Donnell Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs Walsh's 25th wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schult spent Sunday at the Carl Zollers Bricelyn, Minn. Charles Zoller re turned here with them for the sum mer. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sunkey and son Harold, Britt, spent Sunday eve ning at the Henry Kuecks, Bstt Kueck returned with them for visit. Mrs. Lilli Thompson, Haughte Neva, and Mrs. Ralph Thompson attended the funeral of Mrs. And- LOW SUMMER FARES to Yellowstone ANDTHB Pacific Northwest 3o Wwt for • vacation you'll ncra oro«t Visit Yellowstone, Ml. Rainier •ad Mi Biter, omiM on Puc/«t Sound, •wla la ttw Padfio OOMU. Infoy 111* comfort ol trantl on Tin Milwaukee Road. Cheaper than driving your car. No road or w«ath«r haiardi; no nwToui strain. LowMt f UM apply on th« •LKCTRIUKD. AIR-CONDITIONED OLYMPIAN fodern louilit sl*«p*ri and luxury- oung* coaches provide cleanliness and comfort atlowMt coit. Appealing meali n th« dinar only 501. 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Paul- mem, Emil Bimers. Oie Qftodahb, Sigurd OUon», Curtis Otauu, Albeit Oodyi, Carl PeUrseas, Irvin duMM, Marinu* NeUon* A fin* time WM ted by «U wto *tUod«d Burt, Armstrong, last Friday afternoon. Elva Ewoldt and Jessie Smith, Algona. were Sunday dinner guests at the Karl Ewoldts. All spent the afternoon at the F. F. Schroeders, Fenton. Mrs. William Bierstedt and son, Ralph, were Sunday dinner guests at the E. C. Bierstedts, Burt. The Raymond Biemedts were supper guests there. The Fred Haack family spent Sunday afternoon at the William SchuUer*, Bode. They were evening gue«ts at the Albert Scbullera, Wblttemore. Mrs. Merwin Uariow and son, Merrill Faye, returned here Sunday alter a week's visit with Mrs. Marlow's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank v i uc oiiuw u> ruujL ... Uic ocunuu u late and daoi|>. Today, it luoktt an thougb yuu way have to harvest your />i£/i-uriti i/ grain from dowu auti matluu iicluti. Don'I take a ctiauu; ou luwi! 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