The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 12,1937 ores Omntry Chib Guest I>ay- The woman's Country Club guest day last week Wednesday was considered the most successful event «1f the kind In the club's history Women from Fairmont, Webster City, Belmond, Clarion. Eagle Grove, Spencer and Humboldt attended. There were 60.Out of town guests and altogether no women took part. The golf tournament which was sponsored by Mrs. Robert Larson, Mrs. H. M. Smith and Delia Welter drew » record number of entrants. By nine a. m. 40 women had fegistered and were ready to play. At noon the golf prizes were awarded. Mrs. Forest Christensen, Eagle Grove, won first on 18 holes by a score of 91. Low on 9 holes was won by Miss Cutchell on nine holes was won by Miss Cuttell of Spencer, and second low by Mrs. Henley of Humboldt. In a contest at putting Mrs. C. J. Birdsall of Clarion and Mrs. Forest Christensen of Ragle Grove tied the score. First prize was awarded to Mrs. Mason of Webster City for driving closest to the cup on the fourth green. Her ball landed only two flag-lengths from the cup. Mrs. L. Nelson of Clnrion of the Clarmont club was second, landing within three flag-lengths of the pin. A driving contest was sponsored by the "pros" Larry Souzen and John Haggard. Each contestant had three balls and the drives were averaged. Miss Cuttell of Spencer won first with a drive of 170 yards. Gladys Tyrell of Clarion won second with 150 yar'ds. At noon the women were summoned to th* club dining room, which was decorated with tall bouquets of gladioli in large vases. On each table small garden Bowers were •cattered about giving the impression of a flower garden. Mrs. H. M. Hauberg, Mrs. S. E. MeMahon. and Mrs. H. E. Woodward of Whitte more were the decorating commit tee. A three course luncheon wa served. Mrs. Joe Bloom was chair woman of the dining room commit tee. Bridge followed the luncheon Mrs. Forest Christensen of Eagl Grove won high over all. First high guest prize went to Mrs. Roy Eneix of Eagle Grove: second high to Mrs. TyrcII of the Claremont club and third to Mrs. dossier of Engl Grove. High prize over all among Algona women was won by Mrs Robert T.nrson; second by Mrs. W G. MrCullough. and third by Mrs C. R. Holt and fourth by Mrs. Kar Hoffman. Only four Algona women entered the golf tournament. Pink Family Reunion— The annual Pink family reunion was held Sunday at the Ambrose A. Call state park and attending were Mr. and Mrs. John Pink and son, Robert of Titonkn: Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bolenus nnd son. Robert of Weslpy; Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Hawley, Mrs. Neoml DeWilde and daugh- Constance Joy of Mason City: Mr. and Mrs. John Pink and daughter. Alirc. Mrs. Ella Pink and daughter. Mrs. Clarence Leedom and the latter's three children. Leona. Kenneth, and Patsy Mae. and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bull of Hampton; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grimes and son. David, Mr. and Mrs. David Pink. Jr., and daughter, Aleta of Buffalo Center; Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders of Sexton; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stott and son. Keith. Mrs. W. F. Amesbury and children. Billy and June of Algona: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dehmlow. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur C. Grothaus of Mountain Lake. Minnesota: Uncle David Pink, of Buffalo Center, was the guest of honor being the oldest person present. He was 87 years old last March .2. Visitors were Erma Maassen and The NEW CALL AND "tf COMFORTABLE Now Showing \Vm. Powell and Luise Rainer In "THE EMPERORS CANDLESTICKS' Guy Saturday, August 14th Comedy Kibbee in "THE BIG SHOT" Sunday-Monday, August 15-16 Top rating! 8 stirs—four for mother and dad; four for kids. Rudyard Kipling wrote "Captains Courageous" now to thrill all Hearts! Rudyaid Kipling's 20th CENTURY! FOX PICTURE VICTOR MclAGLEN Tuesday, August 17 Stuart Erwin and ,Trun Muir in "DANCE, CHARLIE, DANCE" News—Ready to Serve Musical—Roger Wolf Kahn Band Act GRAND OPENING FREE OIL! Saturday, August 14th 2 qts. Coryell -70- Motor Oil FREE with purchase of 6 or more gallons of Gasoline Volume Operations bring to Motorists of this City FIRST GRADE Coryell -70- PRODUCTS AT PRICES ALWAYS LESS CORYELL -70- PRODUCTS Over 5UO Stations in 11 States GEORGE J. ELBERT Nebraska and Dodge Sts. Alf-uiia, la. Roland Sherrot of Clear Lake; Esther Wemper of Buffalo Center nnd Mamie Lcedam of Green City. Missouri. Dinner was served at one table under shade trees, and a social afternoon was enjoyed. Potter Reunion— The annual Potter family reunion was held at the fairgrounds Sunday and attending were Mr. and Mrs. James Reed and daughter. Hector, Minnesota; Mrsi Neva Schunk and two children and Mrs. Ella Potter and son, Sherman of Sioux City; Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ellsworth, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hayes and family, Mr. and Mrs. Orrie Miller and family and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller and family, Mr. and Mrs. Applegate. Mrs. M. Miller. Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew and son. Mrs. L. E. Potter, the Elmer. Harry, Bert. Carol, Ben. Charles, and Pearl Potters, all of Algona: Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Potter and Ray Miner nnd wife of Fort Dodge; Dr. and Mrs. Ray Potter and family of Sehaller; Dr. and Mrs. Day Potter and family of Storm Lake: Mr. nnd Mrs. Dwight Potter nnd fnmily of Swea City; Mrs. Alta Stiles of Charles City: Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Alderman of Al&OtllATl's Omaha and Clarence Gardner. A program was given by members of the family and time was spent socially. Dinner at Country Club— Another dinner bridge party in the series was held at the club house at the Country Club. Tuesday evening. There were 35 in attendance. Those serving on the committee were Mrs. Miedke. chairwoman. A. H. Borchardt. F. E. Saunders. C. L. Lehman. H. L. Gilmore, Mrs. P. J. Christe nsen. Mrs. W. T. Daughan. Sliierk. Joe Kelly. Mrs. K. D. James. Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas. and W. P. French. High prizes in >ridge went to Don Hutchison, and rtrs. Henry Dobson. Mrs. \V. A. Vigars received the consolation prize, nnd the prize for the ques- ionaire was won by Jane Cretzmeyer. Bridge Club- Mrs. F. C. Scanlon entortnined her bridge club members at a dinner bridge. Thursday evening in ihe Pine Room at Hotel Algona. Covers were laid for eight. Mr.s H. M. Smith and Mrs. Walter Lorenz were guests of the club. T'.ie high srore prize was won by Mrs. H. M. Hauberg. and the second prize by Mrs. M. J. Streit. The club prts- ented Mrs. Lconn Falkenhainer. who is leaving soon to make h»r home at Red Oak. with a farewell gift. Mrs. Godfrey Eenterta-ned— The following entertainments were held during the past week in honor of Mrs. George W. Godfrey of Ames. Mrs. J. F. Overmyer entertained at six o'clock dinner at her home. Thursday evening. Mrs. W. A. Foster entertained her needle club Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Godfrey as club guest, and Mrs. Hortense Ferguson and Minnie J. Coate entertained Mrs. Godfrey and Mrs. Overmeyer at dinner Monday. Campflre Meeting— Mrs. M. G. Bourne was hostess Thursday evening to a group of former members of a local Iwaloga chapter of Campfire gir\s. Guests were Mrs. R. L. Duncan (Esther Free). Mrs. Lyle Mathes fNetha French). Mrs. Willis Cotton (Edith Morgan), Mrs. Richard Wight (Mildred Bailey). Mrs. H. L. McCorkle (Ada Jaspcrson). nnd Ernestine Chubb. The hostess was formerly Opal Sarchett. Campfire songs were sung. Potter Party- Mrs. L R Potter entertained last Wednesday at a one o'clock luncheon at her home honoring her daughter. Mr.s. Alta Stiles of Charles City. Guests were Mrs. Pearl Potter. Mrs. Elmer I'otter. Mr.s. Ben Potter. Mr.s. Charles Potter, Mrs. Harry Potter and Mrs. \V. H. Hodges, all of Algona. and Mrs. Klla Potter of Sioux City. A social afternoon followed the luncheon. Livermore: A quiet wedding was held Tuesday at two o'clock at the Lutheran church at LuVerne when Miss Zelda Neal, daughter of Mrs. Edward O'Neil of Livermore and Harry Neal of Minneaoplis, became the bride of Lawrence Gronbach, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Gottlieb Gronbach of Algona. with the Rev. Wittenberg officiating. The couple was attended by Margaret Hoffman, niece of the groom and Merrltt Neal, brother of the bride. Following the wedding the group drove to Fort Dodge where a dinner and theatre party was enjoyed before the bridal couple left for Des Moines and Creston for a short wedding trip. Both young people are well and favorably known here where the siroom has spent most of his life. He was born north of Livermore. where his parents lived until a few years ago when they retired and moved to Algona. He attended parochial and high school at LuVerne. The bride was born nnd lived with returned home Sunday from a tw weeks' fishing trip In norther Minnesota. The Theesfleld sons Larry and Dickie, were her mother at Bode for B number of years, nnd graduated from the Bode high school with the class of She was employed at the telephone office there for a tim< 1 . and also was engaged in hra'ity parlor work. The couple will live in Livermore. A miscellaneous shower was hel< Thursday for Mr. and Mrs. rcnce Gronbach at the home of the sister of the groom. Mrs Fran! Hoffman, when 100 invitations hac been issued. A 5:30 dinner and reception will be held Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs. Elmer Gronbach who Hv- north of town. The gue«t will include the parents of the couple and sisters and brothers. that time with their grandparents Mr. arid Mrs. Charles Theesfield a Armstrong. Eddie Lindsey accompanied hi brother-in-law and sister, Mr. an Mrs. William Kent to Omaha Frl day for an indefinite visit. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schmidt be came the parents of a 9 pound son on Wednesday, August 4th. Mrs Minnie Dreyer is caring for mothe and baby. Mrs. Schmidt will be better remembered as Lena Schmidt. A surprise party honoring Mrs Harry O'Neil of St. Paul nee Sylvia Newel, was held at the Mrs. Elsie Dreyer home Tuesday afternoon Those present were Mrs. Art Krausc and daughter. Irene. Mrs. Minnie Dreyer. Mrs. Everett Dreyer. Mrs Herman Dreyer and daughters Ruth and Alvina. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and Mrs. Don Weisbrod and daughters. Anna Rae and Marilyn The afternoon was spent socially Mrs. O'Neil was presented with a set of eight sherbets and eight goblets to match. FENTON NEWS Dinner Party— Valeria Pickett entertained her Have Second Child Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Torgersen of Bode are parents of an 8 pound son born Tuesday. Aug. 3. They have another son about two years old. Mrs. Torgcrson will be better remembered as Lucille Zumach. Donna Jenn Bailey of Cedar Falls spent the week here with her father. Frank Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler of Boonc spent Sunday at the Everett Dreyer and Frank Eigler homes. Mr.s. Anna Osborn left for Minneapolis. Saturday, where she will visit her niece. Mrs. Mino Pieter- sen. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ridder of Fairmont were Sunday visitors at the John Light home. Mrs. Ridder is Mr. Light's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Eigler, Mr. and Mrs. R, A. Goetsch were last week Tuesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Priebe. Mrs. Cecil Harsch and daughter, Mnry Patricia of Long Beach, California, came Monday for a visit at the John Light and Melvin Mansager homes. Mr. and Mrs. Valley Schott and family of Algona visited Sunday with Mr. Schott's mother, Mrs. Geo. Schott. Donna Mae Schott remained for a week's visit. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Hicks and son. Newton, nnd Elaine Nellis of Omaha came Friday for a few days' visit at the Frank Eigler home. Mrs. Hjcks and Mrs. Eigler are sisters. Mr.s. Clara Mueller left Monday Lone Rock 4-H Wins Honor In County Session Lone Rock: Those from here attending 4-H Achievement Day at Bancroft last Thurday were: Shirley Marlow, Marian Jensen, Doris Mae Blanchard. Maxlne and Mary Ann Flaig. Dorothy Jensen, Lucille Genrich, Helen Mae Hanna, Betty Marlow. Jean Arends. Verdabelle Thomsen, Marjorfe Jensen, Myrtle Hanna. Mrs. A. D. Hanna. daughter. June Adele. Mrs. Tillte Hanna and daughter. Pearl. Shirley Marlow was elected county president Marjorie Jensen's candlewick curtains and Lucille Genrich's lamp, chair and magazine rack are to entered at the state fair. Is Operated I'pon George Long underwent an operation last Thursday on his knee at the Lutheran hospital. Fort Dodge. Dr. Knowles performed the operation. It was caused by an old injury. A portion of cartilage and a small bone were removed. Lawrence Walsh attended the baseball tournmaent at Rockwell City last week. Calvin Householder. Fort Dodge, came Saturday evening for a visit with his family. Mrs. Hattie Sprank and son. John, Oelwein. were last Saturday business callers here. Mrs. John Scegebarth. Letts Creek, spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Dora Laabs. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Flaig and Mrs. Arthur Priebe spent last Friday at Mason City. W. L. Barker, Swea City, came on Saturday for a few days' visit at the C. E. Householders. Ardis Smith, Waterloo, spent from last week Wednesday until Sunday at the J. M. Blanchards. The Jim Ackermans and Joan and Max Flaig spent Sunday afternoon at the G. J. Burta, Armstrong. Fred Genrich and S. E. Straley, Fenton, attended a rural tetter carriers' meeting at Atlantic last week. Mary Jane Hofius, Ottosen and Mrs. H. J. Bacon, Algona. spent Sunday afternoon at the I. W. Nelsons. Mrs. Mervin Marlow. Mrs. Melvin Hawlts and children and Lola Marlow spent last Thursday at Fairmont. Mrs. Robert Eickenberger and club members at a 7 o'clock dinner party at her home Tuesday evening. Guests were Mary Foster. Margaret Brown. Margaret Vigars. Ida Hatpin, Mrs. Bernard Yoeman. Ila l>«ffert. Virginia Schnepf and Evelyn Smith. Following dinner the guests played "bingo", and prizes were awarded to each guest. Auxiliary Convention— The Legion Auxiliary state convention is being held at Ottumwa on August 11. 12 and 13. Delegates from the local organization attending are Mrs Sam Evans and Eleanor Fraser. president and nec- retury of the local unit respectively Family Picnic— : Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Curran of I>f»! Angeles spent la it week at the parental A. F. Curran and J. F .Smith homes. A family picnic .v,i, hi'lil Sunday at the Ambrose A. (Ml . i it.- park, after v.-hii h the Cul- if.>ruii!i) U:ft for th^ii home. • iar> \\aldron is 7— 'in.- V.'.ildron, ion of Mr. and Mi, I' I U'aldron i ultbratcd his •'.-Vi.-i.th birthday at hi.-i hoiiK- on V',', .in • lav of last wi-i-k and enter- -v...| ii,d priors a warded. A <!. h': KI wa.s .-.ervi-d (ill''-»t— K V I'icri •'-• entt-rt.iiiKvl > '•. -i..:.^ honoring ht-r .^i.>,.', Mid Kodncy Hewin.s. '.-..,•. -.vijii by Mrs. Walter ii:d Mr.-, Vic Lowu ul bridge. v. 'A rioi.ur received a, gue.st for Charles City where she will visit children, Bancroft, were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Priebe. Vornon /oiler nnd WillUm Larmer. Bricelyn. Minn., were Saturday linner guests of Mr. and Mr.-,. Frederick Sehu'tz. Mrs. Cecil Seegebarth arrived home Friday after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howe, Rockwell City. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Priebe attended a Diamond oil dealers' picnic and meeting at Emmetsburg last week Tuesday. relatives and friends for several \vi-clfj. after a lengthy visit here \vitli her son. Dr. J. A. Mueller and family. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber and Mr. and Mr.s. A. H. Meyers were joint hostesses at a dinner party Monday evening at the Stoeber home in honor of Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Lively of Palestine, Texas. Florence Newel of St. Paul and Mrs. Harry O'Neil also of St. Paul, came Saturday evening for several days' visit here with relatives. Florence left -Sunday morning but Mrs. O'N'eil will remain until Thursday this week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Midkiff and little daughter, Mary Ellen of Toledo, came Sunday for a visit at the F. P. Newel home Mr. Midkiff left Sunday leaving his wife and daughter for a longer visit Mrs. Midkiff is a former Fenton teacher. Mr. and Mrs. George Goetsch and daughter, Mildred and Mias Agnes Goetsch left Sunday by auto for a visit with the G. M. Murray family at Spring Lake. Minn, John Murray family at Grand Rapids, Minn., and the A. D. Towne home at Osakis, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Burns and daughter of Rockwell City, were visitors at the Dr. J. A. Mueller home Sunday. Mr. Burns accom panied Martin Peril that day to Fort Ripley, near Brainerd, Minn. where both are taking two weeks' training at an army camp. S. E. Straley of Fenton and Fred 'it-uric h of Lone Rock attended a \ Rural Mail Carriers' convention from Thursday evening to Satur- Mrr Chester Alme. Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Mrs. L. T. Jackson spent last Friday with Mrs. Clinton In Bar, Austin, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hibler, Ralston, Neb., and the F. F. Schroeders of Fenton were Sunday dinner and supper guests of the Henry Schroed- ers. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Whalen. son Jack and Lois Whalen, Dolliver, were Sunday afternoon and evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton. Mrs. August Meyer. Fenton. spent Monday at the Merle Cuibertsons. The Cuibertsons spent Sunday evening at the Art Kressins. Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Hora. Crystal Lake, Wia., :• Schenck of and Sadie Schenck, St. Paul, spent Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Tillie Hanna. The Edwin Hawks family and Wayne Hawks, Spirit Lake, spent .Sunday night with Mrs. Kate Hawks. The former left Monday for Oregon. Dottie Murray. Spencer, who is nnd Mm. W K Rractf. during thai) tune. Mr. and Mrs. d.irenee Tivt 4 e.-.ficid Hid Mr. and Mr*. Howard Kei:dt_-r. the. latter t ouple of Plainer. Iowa, l*icnic Supper— K<J! uid Larson. Stanley Muckoy. AinoM Holm Helen and Genevieve St.-rimg i ml Ihe Sterling girlV cou-in Mabel WtLsh of Webster City had a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call Park, Wednesday evening. KuptUt Aid— The Baptist Aid met at the church Thurbday afternoon. Mrs. Robert Schwyhurt, the pastor's wife, gave ,1 talk about a trip to the eaat which she and Mr. Schwyhart made recently. tlorut Club— The Klural Club will meet Monday evening at 8 o'clock ut the club- ruum in the library. Everyone is in w ted to attend who \a iuUreated lay. Mr.s. Straley and duugh'cis. visiting the Charles Bierles, spenl umpaniod them as far as Burt, ihe past week with Viola Bierle at vuiteii her parents, Mr. the Art Wringers, Bancroft. Both opent Monday with the Bieries. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fischer, Swea City, and Mrs. Krneat Fischer spent Saturday at the Mrs. Lillian Wotthingtons. The E J. Heiden- withs. Swta City, spent Friday evening at the Worthingtons Mr. and Mr.i William Lepold anc daughter, Elsie. Milwaukee, and Mrs. Henry Cole a/id son, Jack. Antigo, Wis., came laat week Wednesday to the Fred Wegeners and for a visit with other relatives. Kulhenne Stebritz spent from last week Tuesday until Thursday with her mother, Mrs. Jessie Steb- ritz, Bancroft. Kalherme wan a Thursday supper guest at the Mrg, Albert Schiltz home, Bancroft Theo Krueger anJ daughter, Elma, were Sunday dinner guests at the Clarence Theesflelds, Fenton. Irene McDonald and HertUa Rubn- ke, Fenton, spent last week Tueg- I-'arewi-ll I'arty— I Mr.s. L. W. Kox was hostess at a i farewell party this afternoon "Thursday! for Mr.s. A. K. Slerzing. A one o'clock luncheon was .served | to twelve, and bridge was the diversion of the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. .Slt-rzirig will leave Monday to make thtir home at Spencer. Mr. Slurzing is u state highway patrol- iU-Lo Club— The t-ight members of the Hi- Lo bridge club were entertained by Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf at her home Tuesday evening. High prize went to Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew and low prize to Mrs. Joe Harig. W. (.'. T. V. Convention— The W. C. T. U. convention will be held in Bancroft at the Baptist church, Tuesday, August 17, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Thoae attending are requested, to bring a picnic supper. Ltutt of the Dal tun boy* dle» "with hi* boot* off". Sole survivor of the notorioUB train and bank robber* pa»i«» away-- renpeutaiiLe. An iuteteattnx article in the American Weekly, the niiHtaainf duttributed with Next Sunday'* Chicago Herald and Examiner. day evening with Elma Krueger. The Harry Hobsons and BerdeHe Roberts were Sunday dinner guests at the D. T. Hobsons, Burt Mr. and Mrs. A. Chamness. Hubbard, who were also there, accompanied the Hobsons home to spend the night The Edw. Blanchards and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blanchard all of Irvington, and the Lawrence New- broughs were Sunday dinner guests of the M. E. Blanchards. They were afternoon callers at the Alex Kruegers. Doyte Mcarland, Burt, Is spending this week at the W. F. Faulstich home. Sunday guests were the Robert Laabs and daughter, Evelyn, Granada, the Herman Jaskulkes, of Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jaskulke. Fenton. and the William Jaskulkes, Waterloo. N. L. Cotton and C. M. Gross made a business trip to Nora Springs last Friday. Mrs. Cotton and grandchildren Juliana, and Angus Cotton and Norma Shelllto and Vfrs. Gross accompanied them to Clear Lake, having a picnic dinner at the state park. Mrs. George S. Angus and son. Stewart. Chicago Heights, came Saturday for a visit at the N. L. Colons. They were all Sunday dinner quests at "the R. T. Angus home. Others there were the Delmar Angus family, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Angus. The Otis Sanders family enter- ained Sunday in honor of their son Glenn's birthday. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. R. M, Goetseh, Jake Tschudy, Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kruse and daughter, Evlyn, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Damon. lardy, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Joetsch, Keystone. G. H. Doty. Tripoli, spent Saturday and Sunday at the AndVBw Tharrp- 1 *ens. M«. Doty and children, who h'wve been vlsltlhg here, accottiparrf- ed' him home. The ThomserW ftntr Doty* attended a birthday dinner lit honor of Mrs. Knud Thomsen, Rlng^ sted, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Holt, Thayer, spent Sunday night at the Thomson's continuing Monday to Rapid City, £. D. Dorothy Macumber, Fort Dodge, came Saturday for A visit until Thursday with her mother, Mrs. Frank Macumber and family. On Sunday Mrs. Macumber, daughter, Dorothy and Mrs. L. T. Jackson, Monroe, Louisiana, son Clarence and Leon* BieAtedt drove to Waterloo to «p»frd Hie. day wtth VCt. Macumber. rs. Hattle Mohf art* Mrs. Ida f aTfoff and family. Gareldlne Laming, who hai been visiting the Fre* Oenrlches returft- «d to her home 1 at Hampton last Week Wednesday: She was a last •«*ek Tuesday dinnwr guest of Vera Morris. Mary stextsrt, ClaHon, spent from Tuesday until Friday wltft Vera, both spending Thursday at Fairmont. Siimftry evening lunch- guests at the Morris home were Mable Lawrence, of Fort Dodge, John Swenson and Russell Franzen, Gowrie. Gumming s NEW THINGS- SPECIAL VALUES New Fall BLOUSES Nilk Crepe, Celancse, Taffeta. New Colors, New Stvles n.oo New Fall CORSAGES Beautiful new velvet flowers lOc 25c New Fall EMBROIDERY Buffet Sets, Vanity Sets. 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SAVES YOU MONEY Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 250 Jim Pool a dutwM. J/x MILWAUKEE RESIDENT: YMCU, tie MilwaukM wo« ona oi our early settUn. GU«H if* dooa a lot oi busiawj out oi thte territory. R. R. MAN I Ana it kas brought a lot to UiU section. Don't foiget that the MilwaultM U « horn* town industry. RESIDENT: I know it U th« way to market and it bring* back good* our dollar* buy, but how it it • "hMM town" concern? R. R. MAN: For ona thing U n&* « large Investment hue in track* and buildiugi, and it render* ei**nU*i wiviceto tni* community. Kt»lO«MT: TUT. itflkt, and I k*>w it employ* xetideote oi every town R.R. MAN. Y««, it employ, Un< oi tfaouMa* in tb» hiudnd* oi tow** It MTTM, and it paid tkev over 48s»0- Uoo daU*H la w«gn U*t yea*, wUca they *pwt locally fat food, dothfe* fii>l inn nltier mnenHtut. «-•««"«—— ft. R. 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