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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 1, 1937
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The Algona Upper Das Moinea, Algona, Iowa, July 1,1937 Omega McGrath will spend the week end at Rockford, Illnlois vis- itlrig friends. , Mrs. Aim Fechner Is spending this week at Titonka visiting her slater, Mrs. John Falk. • O. A. Montyw attended a family reunion at Knoxville, Iowa, Sunday and returned home, Monday. MaiT Foster of Bloomfleld, Iowa, Is making a month's visit at the W. C. Zrelatt Home. She Is a niece of Mrs. Cretan. Mr*. to, L. Leffert Is making an extended visit tn Swea City with be* brother and sister, John and fitmma Anderson, Mir. and Mrs, C. O. Iretan of New- ton'spent the week end as guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelan. The men, are brothers. '.W- A. Foster expects to leave on Monday for Chicago to attend the furniture mSHfet and buy merch- andiwfw his store. ;* r. and Mrs. Harry Larson and boj i of FVjfeat City weri Sunday £*.< its of Mrs. Larson's parents, Mr. fljic [Mrs. C. F. Specht. :3H r. and Mrs. A. W. Amnnson and f|fn lly will spend the week end at Bill worth, Iowa, visiting Mrs. Am- uiM>n's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. He; holds. ij) jr. and Mrs. Chris Larsen of Al- Wtt Lea, Minnesota, visited Mr. and Mr M. J. Duffy and family, Sun- <Jky Mr. and Mrs. Larsen are Mrs. tNtffcr's parents. iMr. and Mrs. D. I* McDonald and family will visit the 4th and 5th of Jlily at Wilmar, Minnesota, with MrsLj McDonald's parents, Mr. and Mf^ Swan Anderson. JB. P. Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kohl, Aburine McCuliough, Lola and Miatile Kohl and Ruth McKee were gtlMts Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kohl In Union township. Hr. and Mrs. Ralph Fischer of Clara City, Minnesota, were visitors Mpnday and Tuesday, of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Specht and Mr. and Mrs. A.,yt. Behrends. Mr. FtScher Is a cousin of Mrs. Specht TAILORING Ladies and Men's Suits Coats REPAIRING REUN1NO REMODELING Clopt on , „ The Tailor Phone 88 Over Behlmer's Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hofer and son, Raymond and daughter, Don- nle, visited last week end at the Elmer Jasperson home. Mrs. Hofer Is a sister of Elmer Jasperson. Mrs. William Altwegg returned to her home Sunday night from Elkader, Iowa, where she spent a week with her daughter, Jeanne, who operates a beauty parlor there. Mr. and Mrs. C. Comeltassen of Alta and the latter's sister, Mrs. A, R. Youngquist of Whlttler, California, and Marie Grover of Burt, visited Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Wallace, Tuesday. Mrs. D. H. Ooeders* mother, Mrs. A. Uhlendorf, of Chicago, arrived Monday morning for her customary summer visit. Many local women have received dainty handkerchiefs made by Mrs. Uhlendorf. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt drove to Des Moines Tuesday on business. Their daughter, Esther, accompanied them, as far as Ames where she will be a guest In the Frank Matties home. She will return Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Blalne Asher of Spencer were week end guests of the latter's sister, Gertrude Kuch- enreuther. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Asher left for Rochester, Minnesota, where Mr. Asher will go through the clinic., N Bernard Wallace flew to Algona from Randolph Field, San Antonio, Texas, Sunday, and visited, until Wednesday, at the home of his uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Wallace. Bernard is an instructor and Inspector at Randolph Field. Mrs. Demur McFadden Is having a week's vacation from her duties in the Druggists' Mutual offices. She Is spending the week at home. Tuesday, she and her sister, Mrs. EM Genrich, drove to Llvermore to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jones. Mrs. I* E. Ackert of Minneapolis and Mrs. Lois Overgaard of Wilmar, Minnesota, sister of Mrs. D. L. McDonald, visited at tbe McDonald home over the week end. Mrs. McDonald accompanied the former to Minneapolis and Is visiting there this week. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Strandberg and daughter, Shirley of Boone and Mrs. Anna Strandberg of Ogden will visit this week end with Mr. and Mrs. R E. Hilsteadt G. E. Strandberg is a brother of Mrs. Hilsteadt, and Mrs. Anna Strandberg Is their mother. Mrs. William Oeering was one of the 1000 winners of the Old Gold contest. These winners were sent 90 more puzzles which were to be worked In ten days, and the time was up Monday. The second set was reported to be much more difficult than the first Mrs. Evart Eyrea and son, Phil, arrived Sunday to visit the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Berg- fleld. Evart Eyres will spend the Fourth of July here and he and Mrs. Eyres will return to their home in LeMars, Monday. Little Phil will remain for a visit with his grandparents. ^ Makes your paint money go twice at far—outlasts other paints 2 to 1. 4 Gives you a whiter job—or on* with truer tints. Makes your home standout. "•Stays clean, fresh and bright years after other paints streak. • Saves one whole coat on new wood —two coats do a better job than three have ever done before. • Resists four great paint evils: checking, cracking, peeling, fading. Come in and let us tell you about Devoe's new 2-Coat House Painting System. Ifs different from anything you've used before—employs two different paints, each specially made for its own job. The undercoat seals wood pores: dings to old paint; forms a perfect base. The top-coat denes weather—stays whiter. Employ a reputable {winter and specify Devoe. BOTSFORD LUMBER Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool VtlOPIO BY AMERICA S OLDEST P A I N T ' C O M P A N T - I 5 T . 1754 Pre-Holiday Food Values! Big Twist Bread V 9c ARMOUR'S STAR CANNED HEATS ARMOUR'S STAB Corned beef^A* 19c ARMOUR'S STAR COBNED Beef Hash £T 15c ARMOUR'S STAR Roast Beef*,** AMOUR'S STAR VIENNA Sausage 2 ^ 19c ARMOUR'S STAR ARMOUR'S STAR n^^f «««d 16 oz. I C_ OeCl Noodle* can ltM * Mild American snck Chees Sultana Peanut Butter Heinz Tomato Ketchup Campbell's Tomato Juice 4 .,. - I UWEEDA 1 Ib. Ritz Crackers RAKERS box Syrup 2 Cake Flour POPCORN > b PilUbury' -i i I runxHwv ~ Cracker Jack* CONFECTION 3 Paper Napkins Scot Paper Towels Rinso riL* 0 * 21c 21c 15c 19c 25c 23c 19c 23c lOc ""* RIPE BANANAS SWElTEATDf i** 19c 17c 18e IWv 3 It*. 21c 2 for 27c I <MM! S lores- Mr. and Mr*. Victor Rochtean are the proud parents of a baby boy born here Saturday. Several "Algona Lutheran families attended the mission festival of the Whittemore Lutheran church last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, D. R. Pratt attended the Trager family reunion at Sumner Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Pratt was formerly a Trager. Rev. P. S. Braner preached last Sunday for the mission festival at Ayrshire, Iowa. He Is the pastor for the local Trinity Lutheran church. Mr. an3 Mrs. C. O. Ban of Webster City stopped to call on Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster Tuesday on their way home from Fergus Falls, where they had been visiting. Mr. and Mr*. Kenneth Samp and two sons of Lake Mills will spend the week end with their respective mothers, Mrs. Andrew Qodfredson and Mrs. Nlta Isaacson. ' Don ClapMddle, son of H. D. Clapsaddle, left Wednesday morning for Cedar Rapids to visit his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vincent, for several weeks during the summer. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thompson left Wednesday to return to their home in San Antonio, Texas, after a four day visit with the former's sister, Ella Thompson. Mr. Thompson Is n the oil business In Texas. James Spencer, son of Mrs. Emily Spencer, left Wednesday morning for Ladysmith, Wisconsin, to visit M. O. Simmons, a former Algona resident He also expects to visit relatives in Rhinelander, Wisconsin. Mrs. Roy Berrie and son of Mason City arrived Sunday for a week's visit with Mrs. Berrle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry. Roy Berrie will join his family for the week end and they will return to Mason City, Monday. August ..Huenhold.. and.. Theo. Swalve left Saturday night for New Tork City from where they will sail Tor Germany. This Is the third trip back to Germany for Mr. Huenhold since he originally crossed to this country. Mr. Huenhold says this will be the last ' Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McDoogal were called to Mason City, Sunday, by the critical illness of Mr. Me- Dougat's mother, Mrs, Lonna McDougal. who is In one of the local hospitals. Little hope was expressed for her recovery. Mr. McDougal remained in Mason City. Mrs. EWon Llndatrom and children. Franklin and Diane return%>1 to their home in LaSalle, Indiana, on Thursday (today) after a two months' visit at the home of the former's father, Floyd Pierce. Little Diane Lindstrom was born here at the Kossuth hospital a few weeks ago. JosepE Reed and Lillian Storrlck, Both of dark. South Dakota, were married Saturday evening at eight o' the Lutheran .parsonage with Rev. P. J. Braner performing the cermony. Mrs. Cora Reed of Clark, South Dakota, and Mrs. Enid Benson of Algona were in attendance. Mr*. Win. C. Dau and her mother, Mrs. Peter Khlers of Swea City, returned to their homes, Monday, after visiting Mrs. Ben Sornsen In Walnut, Imra, since last week Wednesday. Jfrm. Sornsen Is also * daughter of Mrs. Baler*. The women spent a day in Council Bluffs visiting 1 friends. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Mikketoon and son, Phillips, arrived Sunday from their home in Dickinson, North Dakota, for a week's visit with Mrs. Mikkelson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips. Mrs. Mikkelson will be remembered as Pauline Phillips. Mr. Mikkelson manages a Gamble store there, j Sim. Julia Benson returned from Austin, Minnesota, Monday where she had been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bradfleld. Her daughter, Phyllis Good, and Etta Bacon, drove to Austin, Sunday, and Phyllis will remain there this week. Etta Bacon brought Mrs. Season home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bradfleld of Austin, Minnesota, are the parents of a seven pound baby girl born Saturday morning at an Austin hospital. The little girl has been named Patricia Bayrie, and U the first child for the firadfields. Mrs. Bradfleld will be remembered as Verona Benson and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Benson. Mr. and Mrs. John Hendriclu and daughter of Garnet, Kansas, have been in Fairmont, Minnesota, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pannkuk. Both families drove to Algona, Tuesday, to visit friends. Mrs. Hendricks will be remembered as Lillian Moline. They left Fairmont for Minneapolis today (Thursday) to visit a brother of Mrs. Hendricks, Ed Moline. Mr. and Mrs. Will F. Walker have been entertaining Mr. Walker's brother, the Rev. Walter Walker, who with his wife and daughter are on their way to Great Falls, Montana, on a vacation trip. Rev. Walker grew up in Algona and has many friends here. For many years he has been a Baptist minister, but has now retired and U living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mrs. Dick Cowan l» pending a week's vacation at home. She is employed at the Ben Franklin store. Tuesday, Mrs. Cowan and her mother, Mrs. W. P. Hemphill, drove to Des Moines on a business and pleasure trip. They were accompanied by Stanley Patterson, who is employed in the Algona Creamery, and will spend the week visiting friends and relatives in Dea Moiaes. Martha Dewel and a girl friend of Muskogee, Oklahoma, arrived Monday evening for a two weeks' visit with friends and relatives of th/5 former. Tuesday, the girls drove over to the Dewel cottage at Clear Lake and returned Wednesday. Others at the cottage were Mrs. Burton Thorpe and Viola Hells* of Algona and Mrs. George G. Cote of Maxwell, fromer aig^'a" and the tatter's daughter, Elinor and a friend of Des Moines. Mra. Lee O. Watte, wife «f KsUte* Wolfe of the Titonka Topic, WM ao Algona visitor last Friday, aad paid this office, • abort but irHmrt call. Editor Wolfe bad juat returned from a visit of several week* to toe scene* of hia boyhood day* in West Virginia. Kls letters teBiiur of M» trip published tn the Topic, were vwy interesting. During fate afcmiet Mrs. Wolfe conducted the Tople te a manner showins; that she I* a very capable newspaper woman. Mm. Wolfe, who baa » wonderful *o**r garden, brought tixis office a besut- tfulbou«u*t. Rttlda Hnltcrntrtutt of Bancroft spent the past week visiting Mrs. J. T. Bohannon and Miss Minnie Medln. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Howie and daughter, Beverly and Mrs. Howie's mother, Mrs. Bower-Ing of Emmetsburg were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cook. Iota Lehman, Jerry McDowell and Ruth Studebaker of Des Moines, spent the week end visiting at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lehman. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon took Dr. F. E. Sawyer to Clear Lake Tuesday evening to join his family, who are vacationing at Arlle Marshall cottage. The Marshalls are of Mason City. Jimmy Holt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chet Holt accompanied them and will spend the week end at the cottage. IRVINGTON GRADE IS WASHED AWAY New Grade Partially Built But Never Completed Is a Danger About Town Say* Bert Cronan rides with the greatest of ease on a nuw rubber tire lawn mower at the Bryant school yard. The kids look and wonder and think and wish but their turn never comes. * • • A minor auto accident from which no damage was done was close to fatal to a witness. In making out report Sheriff Casey Loss was going routine with the blanks. In examining Art Kucker, a witness, Casey made Art think he was a person of the past In the space opposite the words, "Dead or Injured," the sheriff wrote the name, Art Kucker. It seems quite unfair to fine trackers who park on State street in tbe zone where trucks of limited length are banned. There is no way for them, other than local ones, to know the ordinance. How much nicer to call their attention to the law and then direct them to a side street. Bob Larson sports a thirty dollar golt bag full of expensive clubs. But that doesn't make a perfect golfer. In going the rounds Bob came upon his ball, took a stance, measured the stroke, poised and wham. Clear around and onto the side of his chin went the club. The doctor sewed the wound and the barber couldn't shave that spot for several days but the club was undented. Reverend SJostrand wears a bright yellow sweater with the letter "G" upon it. In his college days at Gustavus Adolphus he was a member of the track team and went high in the air as a pole vaulter to earn it. * * • A few year* ago Iowa nearly had a law compelling drivers to keep two hands on the steering wheel. Now, or with the first of the next month, July, the law requires the driver to stick his hand out the window and signal his intentions, stopping or turning any direction. Remember it is a part of tbe law with penalties attached for not doing so. It is bad for tbe young folks. Tbe ardent swain cannot k*ep one arm out the window and the other around bis lady and drive carefully. • • * When the Sam Smiths and the Dolph Raneys were touring the east they stood on a depot platform wondering how to get to Coney Island. An interurban stopped. Sam went aboard and asked the conductor. "Does this train go to Coney—." and before it was finished the door closed and Sam was swished away. The other folks followed in the train but forty-five stations at the Island were too many to search with results and with hours of worry and vain hope behind them the party was accidently reunited at the Union station back in the city. * * • Algona I* about to resurface' tbe paved streets where asphalt was laid many years back. Of course there is no significance at this time, five of the six councilman and the mayor live on streets to be repaired. Frank Heinaoha. a. former Algona boy now of California, is visiting at the Huenhold home. He took advantage of the swimming pool for Its refreshing coolness. Running from the dressing room and not considering the floor Frank dove into the shallow end. A large bruise, almost a shiner, resulted from tbe meeting of cement and head. For two days explanations are the chief concern among old friends. * • * Just before friends part. Gordon Dewel and Bill Steele visited towns east in commemoration of the good times of late years and a finale for the two. At Clear Lake they bought firecrackers. "Red" lighted an aerial bomb. It went high into the air but made no noise of explosion. As he stood peering into the sky and waiting the blast the thing landed beside him on the pavement. Results—a leg which looks like the recipient of a shot gun blast and a needed new pair of pants. * • • If you will notice, as many have, on the Coca-Cola bottle the inscription "Patented December 25. 1923." Numerous questions have been asked the why of this. In today's Minneapolis Star, Cedric Adams, in his column, answer it. Patents do not go into effect until six months to the day after being grant ed. Dance on Friday There will be a dance at the Irv- ngton hall this Friday evening. July 2, with good music. Everyone is cordially Invited. Radio for tile Cows Armour Lemkee is now milking 'contented" cows. Quite recently Mr. Lemkee installed a radio in his barn to keep up with all the other modern improvements he and his family enjoy. Armour is one of rvington's prosperous farmers. May his milk production increase to a proportion that he may feel repaid for his efforts. Irvington: Due to the heavy rains recently a portion of the grade near the bridge over the Purcell Creek north of the Mawdsley school has been washed away, leaving a very dangerous high bank. Some time ago a new grade was partially built lere. though It was never finished, eavtng the road In a worse condition than it was In the beginning. It seems when such a road is started :he work should be completed, especially when it is a designated ru- •al mail route. The Albert Nielsens, Burt, were Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs. felcna Striplings. They also vis- ted at the H. D. Ristaus. Mrs. Leo iper and three children. Marshall- own. were guests of her cousin, Mrs. Wm. Bigings, Sunday. A gathering of members of the idam Zwiefel families was held at le Eton French home near Renwlck Sunday. Those In attendance. 40 In umber, were the Lee Lichtys and Corn Knee-High Corn on the higher ground in this vicinity was reported "knee high' 1 ast week. From all indications the sawing of "corn knee high by the Fourth" is not making the corn high enough for this season. Cresco 4-H at Kings The Cresco 4-H girls' club was the guest last Friday of Dorothy King. The business meeting consisted of reports given by the leader, Mrs. Ralph Brown and Patricia Matern, who recently returned as delegates from the state 4-H convention in Ames. The Dunlap family entertained a number of their friends at a barn dance on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Herman Becker was taken to an Algona hospital recently suffering with a sfnus Infection. It is reported that Dan Long, Sr, is ill and confined to his bed. Mr. Long lives with a daughter at Kanawha and is in his bis nineties. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dremmel and son. Ronnie and Dorothy Mawdsley spent Sunday at Lost Island on a fishing expedition. They reported a fair catch. Ralph Llndhorst returned to Des Moines Monday forenoon after spending his vaction of two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lindhorst Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutchins entertained Mr. and Mrs. Fred Park, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips and Mr f n^ id,. Monroe Mikkelson for din ner Tuesday evening. Wayne Bflejr, yam* •onof Mr 'and Mrs. Douglas Riley, who baa been a patient at tbe Kossutb hospital for several weeks, is expect ed home in a few days. Nels Mitchell U again around visiting friends and relatives in this comunity after an extended trip to California. Mr. Mitchell contemplates a return trip to the west early this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Steemel and children of Waterloo visited Sunday at the Barney Frankl home. Previous to this they were guests at the Pat Mulligan home near Bancroft The stop in Irvington was made on their homeward journey. Mr. and Mrs. George Noone and Mrs. Kate Chilton were recent visitors at St Peter, Minn., where they visited Mrs. Chilton's brother. Wm. Dagel, who is confined to a hospital there. Mr. Dagel's condition is quite critical and little hope is held for his recovery- Mrs. Kate Chilton, long a well known Irvington resident, was taken to the Kcnsuth hospital Saturday evening. Mrs. Chilton is suffering with acute diabetes. Until this time, however, Mrs. Chilton was unaware she was afflicted with such an ailment She will remain at the hospital indefinitely. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Mikkelson and small son of Dickinson. North Dakota, arrived on Sunday evening for a visit with Mrs. Mikkelson's parents, namely, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips. Mr. Mikkelson manages a Gamble store at Dickinsdh and at one time was connected with the Gamble store at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox spent a very pleasant Sunday when their son Chas- and wifs of Austin, Minn. and Mr. and Mrs. Earl MUler and family of Burt came to the Cox home to help celebrate the 74th birthday of Mr. Cox. However, Mr Cox's birthday was not until Tuesday, which was also the birthday o Raymond Kramer, son of Mr. and Mrs Joe Kramer. Hence the two families united for a jwicuil evening Tuesday. Mr. and Mr.s. CUrence Kramer and the Earl Mills r s wer also guests on this occasion Newlyweds Visit Swea City Home Swea City: Mr. and Mrs. Forest Payne of Plymouth, Wis., were the guests of relatives in this vicinity from Monday until Thursday of last week. They were on their wedding trip. Wednesday night a miscellaneous shower was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Brwin Heidenwith south of town. The evening was spont informally after which a lunch was served- The couple received several lovely gifts. Those in attendance were Mr. and Mra. Cfaas. Fischer, Mrs E. E. Wortbinyton, and family. Wm. Payne and son*, Bernard and Sidney and daughter. Muriel, Mr. and Mi*. Clarence Tokbeim and daughters of Armstrong. Mr. aad Mr*. BSf^fjf Fiseber qm4 family, Mr*. Ltt- Man Worthington, Mr. and Mrs. Hu§e Worthlnaton, all of Lone Rock; Mr. ami Mr*. Clayton Fischer of Ufcota and tbe Befcteawitb*. ^ LUVEENE NEWS 3&B&30&30&%^^ Max Velma and Ferdinand Mey era went to Wausrtoo Friday. When they came home Sunday tb*> * accompanied by Mrs. Delorts Who will visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Holler were here from Sioux City Sunday to get their children who have been ^siting at the Albert Genrich home Ilncetbey brought Dona Genrtcfa home two weeks ago. Tbe Albert SchipulU and her parent*, Mr. and Mrs. George Brown- lewee Clarion, went o> Ottumwa oo Saturday to spend tbe week end at the Barney Jones home. Mrs. Jonea and Mrs. Brownlewee are sisters. Tbe Rev. and Mr*. E. E- Hancock attwtnt a reception given in their honor at tbe Presbyterian church at Ottoaea Friday nigbc. They ffl'f" attf"^ 1 tbe Von Busldrk- Hoit wedding Uu*e Sunday after- Wittenburgs attended the mission services at Whittemore on Sunday night when a missionary to the deaf spoke. Delores Woito, who is attending !owa State Teachers College this summer, spent the week end at lome. Mrs. Geo. Watkinson, Cedar falls, came with her and is staying rith her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred , for a visit. Zwfefels, LuVernp. Ike Smiths. Hardy and the Frenrhf.i. At a young- people's rally at Paton a week ago Sunday a group of local Evangelical young: people gave a short play entitled "The Higher Choice." Those Inking part were Elmer and Wilma Merkle. Elinor Mae Wolto, Marie Fritzemeier and Ralph Blumer. The C«rl Swangons. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and the Martin Siranson.t, Algonn, returned Saturday from a four day fishing trip near Alexandria, Minn. They visited the slater of the Swansons, Mrs. Chester Kurtz, at Bruce, Wis., during their absence. Mrs. P. C. LIchty entertained Thursday evening at three tables of bridge in honor of Mrs. W. B. Hershe, Wichita, Kansas, and Mrs. M. O'Connell, Lombard, III., who are visiting in LuVern*. Mrs. Stone won Wgft sctfre prize ftnd there, were two guests prizes. Mr. ,ind Mrs. Wm. Murray went to Colfnx Sunday to visit their son, Leon, nnd make the acquaintance of n new granddaughter. This is) the sixth child for the Leon Murrays and they are all girls. Two> of the older girls came back with their grandparents for a visit. W. S. Kehrer and daughter, Ethi elyn. Boise, Idaho, arrived here on Saturday for a visit at the Laura and Ella Woito homes. Mr. Kehrer was depot agent for the M. & St. L. before he moved (o Idaho. Mrs. Kehrer who was Marie Brummond. a sister of the Mesdames Woito, died about a year pgo. On Sunday the Woitos and their guests) drove to Okoboji to spend the day at the Harold Woitos. Tbe Rev. L. Wiuenburg preached at a mitr™ festival in tbe f*ith«iran church at Ayrabue Sunday. 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