The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 22, 1937 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 22, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, AJgona, Iowa, July 22,193? F.SIMPSON HURT WHEN CAR AND MAINTAINER HIT Shroud of Dust Hid the Machine As Car Approached Seneca: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simpson and daughters met with what might have been a very serious accident Saturday afternoon. Jay Godden was coming south with his road maintainer six miles north of Seneca when the Simpson car. also coming south crashed into the maintainer. The maintainer made such a dust that it was impossible for any one to see it. Mrs. Simpson was driving at quite a high rate of speed and it was impossible for h?r to stop when she saw the maintninrr. Mr. Simpson was rushed to a hospital where it was found thas nn artery in his head was <•«'. Fire clamps were u?t»d to c!cs* the wound. He was also badly shaken up and bruised. The olhfr members of the famUr w*r? rrt Kidiv injured but trip car w-s.? IwcKy damaged. j . Ringsdorf Now Recovering Portland: Mrs. Will Ringsdorf returned Saturday from the Rochester hospital where she success- r ully underwent a major operation She is doing remarkably well, be- ine up and around. Mr. artd Mrs John Trunkhill were callers there last Sundav. Mr*. Slit<b»f Oiven Surprlw Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee was happily surprised on her birthday last Sunday noon when n group came in bringing well-filled briskets. Those in attendance were: her mother. Mrs. Kate Pittmer and daughter. Josephine of Algona. Mr. and Mrs Roy Bierstedt and son. Donald, of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gmnzow. son Boyd of Algona. Dr. rxnd Mrs. A. L. Dittmer and son. Gordon of Thornton. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Siesbee of Algona were present in the afternoon. Little Donai-.l Bierstedt of Lone Rock stayed to spend the week with his grnnd- rnrerjts. L. TVe!p of near Titonka cut oats the r-i.<t n-pek in Portland township. Her.ry Puts of Burt spent Saturday and Sunday with hi? sen. Fanny rut-. Marj^ri? M.t\?,?n of Marble Rock jp»nt list week with the Leo Brayton family. Banker Mr. ar><3 Mrs. Cbs.?"fs XtoK*an | Tony and farr.ilr spm; *v?rir\g ^r r at the Tom 55. J-J*.T> and Mrs. Joe Heaney one evening week at the ARMSTRONG BOY INJURED IN WRECK OFAIRPLANE Armstrong: Bascom Slemp, flying business man from Spencer and hi: friend. William Knipe. a Spencer salesman were both critically Injured Saturday afternoon wh Slemp's monoplane was wrecked in a field near Peterson. Iowa. Slcmp suffered botli legs broken and Knipe suffered n skull fracture. P'ciip is the president of the Madern Memorials of Iowa, a tombstone company, and Knipe is a salesman for the Spencer Gas & Electric Company. Knipe is the son of Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Knipe of this place and his parents were called to Spencer following the accident. and Mr? Port McCorkle of srert Suneiiy evening at the Mr. and Mrs. Raj- F«?rs*-, a^-,' j R. s \- McWhnrters. son. Kesrar-tJs -t£ nr»r Fw.tor:. sper.t I R lnny B!»ich of Burt was help Surdsr s" :S* jis-fs:*! C*r' Peter-! ;_-,£ sen F the work on his farm here u-eek. where Albert Baas and St. Joe Lady in Porch Fall S?. Jw. JCrs. Artftar El* hsd the rrjisfccl'ir?^ -SitTirtiAT morning to stom^i* i-TiJ ?*.". w-ilkir.s up the porcc i£»ps io«i brsak her right arm jtr«t ij>rv» th? wrist. Louise Bergsr is ussstiTtg vr1:h the household dut:"-s. j f?.rr,ily live. ZiU Mrs. Clarence Crouch's sister. Mr*. Mv.-tne B: j '--er of Clemens, is srendins the week at the Clarence Crouch home. Mr. nnd Mrs Oran Hudson visited the little Riley boy last Sunday, who is a patient in Kossuth hospital. He is seriously ill. Visitors at the C. Crouch home Monday and Tuesday were Ciar- returned home from ! e j' ce '? >'?»" M rs M . L Baker, also u reurne ome rom Iowa City lost Monday, where shei her hu3band ani] famll >'had gone for medi<r;»l Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Weydert moved into their new home northwest of St. Joe last week. Mary Flake of Davenport is visiting at the George Thul home. Miss Flake is a niece of Mrs. Thul. Mrs. John Thul and daughters. Amanda and Rita and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner were Sunday afternoon callers at the Nick Eischen home. Friends here are pleased to hear that Mrs. Lewis McWhortcr of Algona is expected home from Des Moines Mercy hospital, the last of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Phelps and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps and family spent Friday evening at Swea City and enjoyed the band cancert and entertainment held there. We sell and Install Chamberlain Weatherstrip for doors and win- lows. COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY GO, I(nvu Stutc Hank ALGONA, IOWA CARPETS For every room in the home Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson left for Montana to visit with their daughter. Miss Lorna Braland of Mason City spent the week end at the parental Jonas Braland home. Bobby N'irosen. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Xicosen of Rolfe Is vis- itin.i relatives here this week. Orville Johnson left Thursday for Des Moines. where he has employment nt the White Funeral home. Mrs. Laura Severson nccompanied Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bosworth from Chicago Sunday evening and she is now visiting friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steiner and children of Armstrong and Mrs. Lone Rock Vicinity News Items Steiner's parents of Estherville. leftj with relatives. Thursday for a trip to Mandan. N. D.. to visit friends and relatives. The Misses Naomi Hewitt. Francis and Edith Dniil of Swea City and Oma Huff of Armstrong returned the last of the week from Seattle. Washington and a trip to Alaska. Miss Leth:> DeBates motored to Mapleton. Minn.. Saturday to bring her brother. Clifton to his home here for the week end. They were aNo jiocompnied here by Nellie and Mary Gurdet of Mankato. Minn. They nil returned to Minnesota, on Monday morning after spending the week end at the respective Anton T-uerdet and Mrs. Frances DeBates home. Mis: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Saxton of Fair- Lone Rock: Out of town people here for the funeral of Emil Laabs last week were the Rev. and Mrs. Rex Miller, Bouten; Raymond Schultz, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schultz, Fort Dodge; Bernlce Schultz. Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dreyer, Mrs. Henry Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Liesener, all of Austin, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Radig and Mr. and Mrs. Art Kressin of Wahpeton. N, D. Martha Ruhnke. Burt, Is employ cd at the Rudolph Peters home. The Jim Ackermans spent Sun day at the Ben Guenthers. Esther villt. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hauck. Hum boldt. spent Sunday at the F. Gen riches. Oust Kraft spent a few days lasl ivcek nt the Adolph Perils. Whitte more. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dransfeldt attended a reunion at Waterloo on Sunday. Neighbors and friends cut grain at the Mrs. Emil Laabs farm last Thursday. Ronald Chrischilles, Fenton, spent he past week at the Henry ichroeders. The Merle Culbertsons were Sunday dinner guests at the Will Reim ers, Fenton. Ellen Wolfe, Swea City, came on Sunday for a visit at the Calvin Householders. The Harvey Rahns. Dodge Center, Minn., spent Friday and Saturday Marie S.ixton. daughter of inont. Minn., but formerly of Armstrong and Alfred Link of Woonsocket, South Dakota, were married July 1st in Lakefield. Minn. They were attended by Mrs. I. L. Porter and Homer Rittger both of Fairmont, Minn., and friends of the couple. The bride wore a white suit with navy accessories and her attendant wore a grey suit with pink accessories. Mrs. Linke is well mown here having attended the local high school and graduated with the class of 1932. She attended the Istherville junior college and taught several years in Iowa I^ake township and Haifa consolidated schools. After a wedding trip to the Black Hills they will live in Fort Dodge, where the groom is employed. Word has been received here of the marriage of Miss Clara Jane Gilmore of Fort Collins, Colorado, to Dean Van Dyke of Brush, Colo., on June 26th at the home of the bride's parents, with her father officiating. Mrs. Van Dyke is the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. E. [rwin Gilmore of Fort Collins. Colo.. iut former residents of Armstrong. lev. Gilmore was formerly the Presbyterian minister here a few years igo, but now resides in Colorado. •She attended high school here for •several years and attended Colorado State College at Fort Collins, where -he majored in sociology and economics. Mr. Van Dyke also attended Colorado State College and vv:i:i namr-il to the All-Conference football team last yc-ar as tackle. The couple will live in Urush, Colo., v.'here he i.s employed. Portland Twp. The luxury of it! ... But l>eli«y<:! It «>r not — a practical luxury. With prices a-, thcv Jie, sinurt budgeters arc giving their homes a |»re*eut thai run he enjoyed for years to conic.. .wlua.Uwl.iy'o price,-, will be only a plea->anl memory. The carpel lliat we carry \f in*'),- by ihe 15i^,:low Vt'eavers. Ami that mean* dial it's niaile of Lively Vt'ool. Thi: ii>-w patternb^Hfc->ai> fcmarl a-= they can be. '(Joiiu: and judge for yourself. ff 1 1 D (juare 'an] Visitors at the John Trunkhill home lust Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs, F. BradrJick of De* Moines, the latter u niece of Mr. Trunkhill, also Mrs. Fred Lnvrenz and Mrs Kd Sanderson of Burt. Mrs. I). W. Smith has improved eiumiih to sit in a chair every day and h;i.-> regular rnenls. It is hoped she may alnn rfi<iiin her speech. Mrs. .Smith suffered a stroke of apoplexy early in the spring. Mr. and Mrs. John Trunkhill called recently ;il the William StewarU :iiiil found tilt ntiv son corning along nic.-ly. Betty Sttwim. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. KCJ.H.TH- .Sltrwart. i,-i helping with ihe hoiriehold dutie.-i. .Sunday viiitor.-, at the Tony .Jiiiidl v.i n- Mr. and Mrs Mennet T: unKhill ;ui'l family. Kliia. whu hu.-, been employed at lite .John Ki-id.i, Gi.nd Hop,-, also vi.^iteil there. lii-'ll.i fz.-ipp retunied to Altfona after a uc-tk'.-, vi.-,it with thi: Jandl.i Mr. and Mrs. Kill., McWhorU-r and r'raiiddau;;ljl. r. Jam-, spent .' inday i -veiling witii their son. Ray •i!.d I imily. Mary ,Janu ,- McWiiurt- '-!• w. ni to Ah;ona v.-ith them and •i-i.-.ed in.til M,,iid:iy. ./am.- Mr- \'.iioii,..T b;t,u_'ht .Mary .Janii-e home i ••:id u.-i!,-.J f,,r hi-v,.ral day.-, at thu l: .y M. U'hoiH-is. ! Til.. Ponl.i.d i'ro-,,.--,s . lub wir- I ' i a DOII,jurt ,,f mixed t«j Mis. '.'.'ill }'.ii;-:-,iJoit in iioi hesler. •'•'••'' '-' ; ' M.-iy faiihfulmember.A leiiiber. Mis Lewis no 1.^ a patient in . !>*.:, MOIIH s, vva, d Ijy tiic > lub with l-'i i'j Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hibler. Gran nda. Minn., spent Sunday at the Harry Hobsons. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wegener. Algona were Sunday supper guests at the Alex Radigs. The Walter Thompsons spent Sunday evening with Mrs. Bernard Jensen. Good Hope. Calvin Householder, who trucks out of Fort Dodge, spent the week end here with his family. Eva Freer returned Monday to her home at Sheldon, after a week's visit at the Eugene Pearsons. Evelyn Bierstedt. Burt, and Leonard Warner. Fcnton. were Sunday supper guests at the L.yle Marlows. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Currnn and family. Mason City spent Sunday afternoon at the P. M. Christensons. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer returned Saturday from Rochester, where she went through the clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bilsborough of Titonka, were Sunday dinner guest of the M. O. Richards family. Donald Bierstedt spent a few days last week with Mrs. William Bierstedt. He is now at the C. E. Sigs- bees, Burt. Georgia Bartholomew. Fort Dodge came Thursday for a visit at the V. J. Gross home. She is a niece of Mrs. Gross. Mr. and Mrs. Will Christenson and granddaughter, Joan Zwiefel spent Sunday afternoon at the A. F. Kruegers, Fairmont. Nila Burtis, Algona, spent the week end at the W. C. Heiters. Sunday all spent the afternoon at the grotto, in West Bend. Mrs. William Krause. who has been visiting friends here, went to Fenton Saturday where she will visit the R. L. Padgetts. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jaskulke, Fenton, and their daughter, Hilda, of Minneapolis are spending this week at the Walter Faulstichs. The Charles Hill family moved on Sunday to their new home at Meservey. where he will be superintendent this coming school year. Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Hobson received word Friday of the birth of a boy to Mr. and Mrs. William Hobson of San Diego, California. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard and Mrs. Lawrence Newbroufch and son, Frederick, were Sunday guests at the Albert Thompsons. Bancroft. Vera Morris left Friday to visit until Sunday at the T. J. Talmers, Cowrie. She continued to Clarion to spend the week at the J. S. Stewarts. The K. J. Heidenwiths. Swea City, .spent .Sunday afternoon at the Fred Wegeners. The Robert Wegencra. Whittemor*. were evening guests there. Mr. and Mrs. Will Drayton, Mr. and Mrs. Lilhe Thompson and daughter, Neva, were Sunday din ner guests of the Walter Thompsons. Mrs. Richard Long and son, John took Mrs. Anna NYwhrough and son to their home in Humblodt, Sunday after uniting here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz. their daughter. Muxine and Verona and Kvelyn Klatt, all of Fenton were supper guests of the Walter Krauses. Kiinji c 1'riebe, who has spent the past week here with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Krnest I'riehe. returned to her home in i'ancroft .Saturday night. The Henry Kuecks. Mr. and Mrs. liernard Jensen. ;<nd Mr. and Mrs. W. i. Uodds, (Jood Hope, attended a picnic at the Methodist camp, al Lake, Sunday. The Raymond Bierstedts and t le Kiank Householders surprised Mrs. <'. K. Sigibee, Burt, last Friday evening on tier birthday. The Bier- sledt.j were- also guesU there Sunday. The Harvey Oibos family, Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. (.'. W. Hterdt, (iood Hope, Mary Ann Flaig and Junior Wagner. VVtbater City, were .Sunday dinner gues>U of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ackerman. The Henry Schroeders, the Car Wieners, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wlen er and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mlnp at tended a birthday party Sunday eve nlng for Edith Schroeder at th home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs P. F. Schroeder, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Larson, Clin ton, Mrs. Marie Christenson an< Margaret Christenson, Titonka were week ago Wednesday guest of the Fred Dransfeldts. Mr. ant Mrs. Nels Handevlt, Jackson, Minn spent Friday evening there. Hertha Ruhnke and Larry ant Dickie Theesfleld, Fenton, spent Sunday and Monday morning with Elma Krueger. Mrs. Clarence Theesfleld. Fenton. and Mrs. Howard Relder and children, Palmer drove here for them Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William Mouw and family, and Francis Bnnman. all of Holland. Minn., and Marie Jentz. Slayton, Minn., spent Sunday at the Jack Quinns. Mrs. Quinn's father, Mr. Kerr, who has spent the sum mer here, returned to his home at Holland. Benny Murray, Detroit, and son, Russell of Forest City, North Carolina, who have spent the past two weeks here with relatives, left on Thursday afternoon for North Carolina, accompanied by June Bicrle, who will accompany Mr. Murray to Detroit for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Walsh, their children, Alice, Mary Ellen and Edmund, returned here Friday from Reddick, 111., where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Walsh's father. T. F. Halloran. Mr. Walsh's mother. Mrs. Ann Walsh. Chicago, accompanied them here for a visit. The Edw. Blanchards, Irvington, were Sunday guests at the A. D. Newbroughs. The Blanchards and and Mrs. Howard Blanchard, also of Irvington. spent last week Wednesday evening at the Lawrence Newbroughs. The former's son. Delbert, who has been visiting it the Newbroughs, returned home vith them. SEXTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Moon. Wesley. pent Sunday at the W. C. Taylor lome. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and :ons. Wilbur and Everett, spent Sunday at the Lloyd Stevens home, icar Mapleton, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Fitch. Burt, nd Mrs. Nordstrom. Algona, and Hr. and Mrs. Perry Lowman and ittlc daughter, Sexton, spent Sun- lay evening at the Chester Fitch lome. Richard Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Z. Miller, was brought lome Saturday from the Kossuth lospital, Algona, where he had un- ergone a major operation. He is ible to be up part of the time. W. A. Wise and Mrs. Katie Metalf and daughter, Thelma left for heir home in Houston, Texas, nnd 'urcell. Oklahoma, Monday afternoon after spending three weeks here with W. A.'s mother. Mrs. Sarah Wise and other relatives. Mr. iVIae lives in Houston and Mrs. Hetcalf and Thelma In Purcell, Ok- ahoma. Mrs. Sarah Wise, Mr. and Mrs. -lerman Wise and Mrs. Drusllla Voble spent Sunday nt Clear Lake, .•here a family picnic was held in lonor of W. A. Wise, Houston, Texis, son of Mrs. Sarah Wise, and M'rs. Katie Metralf and daughter, Thelma of Purcell. Oklahoma, who lave spent three weeks here with relatives. The dinner was given as a farewell for tho guests who are caving for their homes this week. SWEA CITY NEWS The Albert Heasea of Burt were visitors at the Barney Hesvlg home Sunday. Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson entertained the Past Matrons' club of the O. E S. at her home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larsen and family and Russell Roba attended a Ringsted community picnic at Tuttle Lake a week ago Sunday. The Larsens are former Ringsted residents. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Starr left last Tuesday for their home in Seattle, Washington, after a weaks' visit with Mrs. Stan-'s parents, the John A. Andersons, at Hurt's Lake near here. The Berggren family held a farewell picnic at the Okamanpedan State Park Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berggren who left Tuesday to make their home in San Diego. California. Manager Roy Smith of the Swea City hatchery left Thursday for a three weeks trip to Baltimore, Maryland, and other eastern points. He will attend a national dealers convention during part of his stay. A nephew, Gifford Smith, accompanied him on the trip. FENTON NEWS 'Jrs. Metcalf is ,Vise. a niece of Mrs. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY, si. No. 4271 In District Court, June i'erm, 1037. 'i'o All Whom It May Concern: You iire hereby notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Mary Willey, Deceased, dated April 15. 1937, having been this day liled, opened and read, Tuesday, the 10th day of August, 1937, ia fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said county, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persona interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed us and for the lust Will and Testament of *aid deceased. Dated af Algona, Iowa, July 10 1U37. KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. Sullivan, McMalion &. Linnan, attorneys. 28-30 Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall en- ertained Mr. and Mrs. John Menz and son, Willard and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz and son, Larry Lee at dinner Sunday, honoring their daughter, Janet's 9th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber and daughter, Gladys, visited from Friday to Sunday evening with the Art Ortmeyer, Ralph and Fred Stoeber families In Charles City, nd with Lawrence Bohn at Mason City. Relatives at the Dr. E. W. Ruske lomc Sunday were the Robert Morse family of Des Moines. Mrs. L. Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Er- Olson and family and Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Flink and family, all Spencer. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod. Mrs. Donald Veisbrod and daughters and Elinor Dcnker visited with Mrs. B. H. Sudmeier of Timber Lake, S. D., who is n Bancroft, having been called here by the death of her sister, Mattie Winkel. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod spent rom Saturday to Sunday with their lon-in-law and daughter, Mr. and VIrs. Kern Elerick of Alta. Betty Ann Meyers, who spent two weeks with the Elericks, accompanied her ;randparents home. Mr. and Mrs. John Light, Mr. and lira. Melvin Mansager and child- en. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meyers and amily and the William Stimple amily enjoyed a picnic at Medium Lake, Emmetsburg, last week Wednesday evening. The Independence Idealists 4-H club met Monday morning. July 19, with Virginia Berkeland. Margaret Dunkelberg, H. D. A., was present and assisted the demonstration teams, who are trying out for the achievement day program. Mrs. E. K. Johnson entertained Sunday afternoon in honor of her daughter, Eunice's llth birthday. Guests were Virginia and Marlon Hengel, Geneva Olson, Lavonne Newel, Lorraine Wegener and Doris Dehncrt. the latter of LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Von Ahncn of Dunlap were supper guests at the Ernest Votteler home Sunday. Mr. Von Ahnen is a contractor near Graettinger at this time and he and his wife are long time friends of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Votteler in Fenton. Mrs. Mary Sorenson and Mrs. Win. Ford arid son. Pat, and daughter. Kay, and Mrs. Gail Cummings mid son. Jerry, all of Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Newel of thin place were Thursday evening din- Read The Want Ads—It Pays. Glass Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass Greenberg Auto Supply 38-tf We also have the best assortment of Linoleums and the lowest prices in northern Iowa. Foster's Algona, Iowa JM'I.'I 1! 1.' I ", ID I'JI I" "'M r,.:iii in '•"'. 'i ; i" •<"" -,',1,1,11 JIMIKII; i:io.'!:)( , ,' i ' 'I i I I ,1 I :,, , , '_'!) HO,* i',, I i,!. 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Ford and son, Pat, and her daughter Kay, from Faribault, Minn., and Mrs. Gall Cummings and son, Jerry of Wells, Minn., visited Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Newel from last week Wednesday to Friday. Mrs. Sorenson is Mrs. Newel's mother and Mrs. Ford and Mrs. Cummings are her sisters. Friends here of Mrs. E. A. Wiesbrod of Whlttemore will be pleased to know that she drove to Dodge Center, Minn., Friday and took her mother. Mrs. Mary Gibbons to her home there. Mrs. Gibbons has been visiting her daughter for several weeks. Mrs. Weisbrod was accompanied by her nieces, Mary Alice and Phyllis Gibbons. The Fenton Walther League entertained at a social meeting on Thurday evening, July 15, at .the home of Mrs. Elsie Dreyer. The evening was spent at games after which they all enjoyed a wiener roast. Alice Dreyer of Des Moines who is spending three weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dreyer, was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. George Mienke drove to Sioux City Saturday night to attend the ordination of Mrs. Mienke's cousin, William Malloy, Into the Catholic priesthood, which took place Sunday morning in the cathedral there. On Monday morn- Ing the Mienkes attended his first mass at the Assumption church, Emmetsburg. and afterwards attended a reception at his mother's home. Mrs. William Malloy of real Oak township. The afternoon was spent playing games. Eunice received a number of lovely gifts, among them a new bicycle from her parents. Afternoon and evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel, Mr. and VIrs. C. F. Wegener and son, Marlin, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johnson, all of this place, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dehnert and family of Lu- Verne. Doris Dehnert accompanied her parents home after a week's ,-isit at the Johnson home. The A. A. L.. insurance group of he St. John's Lutheran church held a picnic in the church basement on Sunday. They had planned to go to he river but on account of the rain met in the church basement with each family bringing a well-filled msket for n dinner. Members are: vlr. and Mrs. August Zumach of ^olfe, Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Mueller, Mr. and "Stomach Pains So Bad I Could Hardly Work" Says C. S. Gross: "After taking Adla Tablets the pains are gone and eat anything." Try three weeks, Adla treatment on our money back guarantee. Adla Tablets bring quick relief from a sore stomach, palna between meals. Idlgestlon and heartburn due to excess acidity. If not your money If refunded.—E. W. Lusby, by. Druggist. Mrs. Merman Dreyer, Alice, AWna and Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. wll- rett and children, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jentz and family. GuesU were the Rev and Mrs. R. W. KAbelltz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berghofer and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Theesfleld of Ringsted and Ed Bauman also of Ringsted. 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