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BURT FAMILIES TRAVELED 5700 MIUSONTRIP E. C. Bierstedts and Walter Sorensons Back from West Coast Burt: Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt and daughter. Gladys and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson returned Sunday from a three weeks' trip in the west They visited Yellowstone Park, a brother of Mrs Kerstedt at Tacomn. Washington They visited San Francisco and saw the new bridge there. On the way home they visited Salt L<»ke wy. At Denver they visited Mr Sorenson's brother. Their trip took them into 13 states and thev traveled about 5700 miles. The AlgoM trppr Pea Moifleg, Algonft, Iowa. Sept. 30,1037 Mrs. Watklns were luncheon guest Tuesday at the Mrs. E. J. Murtae home in Algona. A. H. Meinzer is having a new stoker installed in his home. The R. J. Hammerstrom's visile relatives at Emmetsburg Sunday The August Stroms, Algona. vis ited Sunday at the Jay D. Graham home. Mrs. Carrie Taylor. Algonn, vis itcd at the J. P. Cunningham horn Friday. The D. F. Slaughters visited thei daughter. Wilma at Mason City on Sunday. The Art Fandels spent Sunda: with Mr. Fandel's parents at Whit temore. Virginia Trenary entertained j group of friends at a watermelon party Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney spent the week end with Mr. Heaney's brother at Mankato. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schultt Marshall, Minn., were Sunday supper guests at the A. H. M'einzer home. Dale Kennedy. Lois Graham and Vera Chipman. Mason City, spent ' the week end here at their'various homes. Raemond Koestler. who teaches at Spencer, spent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George j Koestler. j The Rev. and Mrs L. Richmann I and daughters and Mrs. R. A May Given A play. "Out of the Fog" was presented at the Methodist church Sunday evening. The various parts taken by Mrs. G. E. Brace, and Leslie Graham. Sri- Tester Brace. Melvin Nelson. Harold Hobson. J. D Graham and •SHSF™^^'" • Gladys Bierstedt spent from Sun- Mrs. L. D. „ _ abooJ 29 ladies Friday afternoon us » coarttsT for her si Mr* Mjra Watkins who is Tisitsaj: her* at tint time a (ONE BOLLIG, SENECA, BRIDE OF HENRY IRMITER ON TUESDAY A. M. Armstrong: Miss lone Kathryn Bollig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Julius Bollig of Seneca and Henry Irmiter. Jr.. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmiter of Armstrong were united in marriage in a double ring ceremony at eight o'clock on Tuesday morning at St John's Catholic church in Bancroft. The Rev. Joseph Schultes performed the ceremony. The attendants were Miss Irene Irmiter of St. Paul, sister of the groom and Gordon Bollig of Seneca, brother of the bride. The bride was attired in a floor engrth white moire taffeta dress ivith a long white veil and carried n bouquet of roses and snapdragons. After the ceremony a dinner was held at the home of the bride's parents near Seneca. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmiter and son. Willard and daughter. Marie, Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. John Metzger and Mrs. Clarence Metzger of Algona. Mrs. Irmiter graduated from the Seneca high school with the class of 1934 and also graduated from the Fort Dodge Beauty Academy this summer. Mr. Irmiter graduated from the Armstrong high school with the class of 1931 and until this spring he has farmed near Armstrong. The young people will reside near Ringsted where the groom is engaged n farming. The Vaughn Wallaces. Mason nty. visited Mr. Wallace's moth- r. Mrs. Bertha Wallace and his ister, Mrs. G. P. Hawcott Sunday The Horace Schencks. Crystal Lake, were Sunday dinner guests t the Robert Lesson home and pent the evening at the L. H. chenck home. Mrs. Paul Moore went to Bode on Tiursday to spend a week or two ith her daughter. Mrs. Leonard •chmidt. while Mr. Schmidt is away n a fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bahling and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bahling visited the Messrs. Bahling's sister. Mrs . Fort Madison Mrs. Watkins at of , Mrs Hasrcott was to have a catar- I set removed from her ere. aad the guests were nortly o-M f _ ^ e George Wordens. Dows. vis- friends of hers. Mrs. Hodircn and i ' :ed Saturday at the Rev. G. H. daughters, Esther ,wd Ruth and j w **«l home. They were formerly i parishioners of Rev. Wessel. Mrs. J. G. McDonald and daughter. Mary Jean. Mrs. Maude Han- na and Alice Eighme visited the ,5 THIS '•'. £ rotto at w >st Bend Sunday. • - * — -—•~ f iii«i« \<T,IJ v^uii- j ir\a 111 r -»»v^ji ^. *->miiui|( s sjsitr. Airs. ' ^L!^ W f d ^5 sd9 -y ^th 1»« parents j Taylor, who is in a hospital at Man- Mr ar.d Mrs. R. F. Hawcott went tt> Rochester. Minn- Vonday. where M Mrs. G E. Brace entertained her I - -— Sunday School class Saturday aft- the baby a couple of weeks ago. and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rachut and family. Man ly. spent Sunday at the H/E. Ra chut home. They are Mr. Rachut's mother and brother. Joe Kerr and daughter. Alice, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kerr and two daughters, all of Waterloo, spent Sunday at the C. C. Smith home. Joe Kerr is Mrs. Smith's uncle. Mrs. Raymond Housour and baby returned to their home in Algona Saturday after being at the G. C. Giddings home since the birth of HERE? of our farm w ; ;sco>r.icrs sold 125 cnickens by telephone above the regular market price, giving her extra profit and p-^ded income. Farmers' records show that 44 per cent of their calls are fpr buying, selling, harvesting and other business that increases farm profits and income. o o • A telephone more than pays for Itttlf on the lot builncn alone •nd la an craary. encr such ai fire, thlevci, accident orclclc- f - neii, OM coll may be wertfc more than icrv. lee eeitt far a lifetime. NORTHWESTERN IELL TELEPHONE COMPANY .emoon at a party at her home, ; farewell J 3rnes for Lorena Riebhoff. Armstrong. Des Moines (Visited here with his mother. Mrs I Dora Armstrong, last Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Minnie Saxton, "Renwick, spent a week ago Sunday with Mrs. Armstrong. Dance at SEXTON Saturday Night, Oct. 2 Mason City's Bed Hot Dance Band Ladies free by presefir- ing this art before 9:30. (•cuts :}f)c and le tax Ladies, 10r: a Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Miller. Albion. | Xcbr.. spent last week at the Fred Jennings home. Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Jennings are sisters. The Millers \vcre in the drought section anc plan to locate in this county. Mrs. Thoburn Speicher and son Billie. left Monday for Evanston 111., to visit Mrs. Speicher's parents while Rev. Speicher is attending the Methodist conference at Sioux City He left Tuesday for Sioux City. C. W. Schryver. who had been in a very serious condition at his home here for several weeks, was token to the Kossuth hospital, where he was operated upon. He was report| ed to be getting along nicely Mon- IF You Need To Build, Remodel or Improve Real Estate Property See Us Algona Federal Savings and Loan Association («i K. State St. ; day Mrs. J. G. Sewick entertained the I Woman's Home Missionary society last Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Tho- bum Speicher was elected secretary and Miss Mattie Warner mite box secretary to take the place of two officers who are leaving town. 5 Fenton Young People Returned From 5-Wfeek Trip Fenton: Reuben, Rupert and Mabel Luedtke. children of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Luedtke and Edwin and Harold Luedtke, sons of Arthur Luedtke. returned home Sunday evening from a five weeks' vacation trip spent at Yellowstone Park, Glacier Park, all the western states and the coast, then south to the Boulder Dam to Mexico and home They visited many places of Inter est and report a most enjoyabl trip. Babies Baptized Baptismal services were conduct ed hy the Rev. J. T. Snyder Sunday in the Fenton Methodist church The babies receiving baptism were Kay Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson of Ottosen, Ronald Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortensen; Audrey Kae daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. E Stralcy; Jerry Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Kern; Marlene Sylvia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Welsbrod and Larry Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz. Mr. and Mm. V. J. Tatum. Mr. and Mrs Earl Oaborn, Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell and Miss Ann Finn were taken into the church by letter and Laura Boetteher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Boetteher, was taken into the church by faith. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zumach wera entertained at the C. W. Morck home in Algona, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach of Itolfe attended church here Sunday and visited Fenton relatives. Beatrice Kramer, local telephone FORMER DOAN LADY DIES OF INF^PARALYSB Mrs. M. E. Hoover's Death* Shock to Her Many Friends Doan: Friends and neighbors were shocked to hear of the sudden death of Mrs. M, E. Hoover, which occurred in Iowa City, following a few days' illness. Infantile paralysis was the cause of her death and interment was in the Britt cemetery. They were Doan residents, until they moved south of Britt a few years ago. Sympath is extended the family in their be reavement Mrs. J. D. Andrews visited at Mai lard several days last week. Mrs. Florine Hood will be th lostess to the Aid Oct 7. Mrs Katie Elefson will assist. Rev. W. J. Patterson will leav Tuesday. Sept 28, to attend con ference at Sioux City this week. The Charles Barrickmans of Al gona visited Sunday with Mrs. Bar rickman's parents, Mr. and Mrs Henry Nelson. Quite a number of friends attended the funeral of Charles Larsen at the Burt Presbyterian church Saturday afternoon. The Guy Dimond family and Mr. «nd Mrs. Howard Sparks were Sunday dinner guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dimond of Britt Catherine Simpson, R. N., returned to Minneapolis Friday, after having spent the past two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Harvey Simpson here. Albert Collins of Lohrvllle, Loretta and Margaret McDermott of Jamaica, Iowa, visited at the Russell Brady home a short time Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Kenne. Johnnie and Bernadlne, Mrs. John Wilso» of here and John Weber of Chicago visited at the Jake Kockler home at Swea City, Sunday. Richard Seymour and Earl Schmidt who attend the Emmetsburg junior college, spent the week end with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Seymour and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schmidt respectively. Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, sons. William, Ernest and Alvin and daughter. Selma, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck. son, Henry, and daughter, Lucille, were Sunday dinner guests at the Edwin Lieb home at Letts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Connie Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwlth, son Ells- OTTORUHNKE CRACKS RIBS Falls From Scaffold While Shingling A Hog Barn Letts Creek: unfortunate to Otto Ruhnke was have several ribs broken when he fell from a scaffold while shingling a hog barn at the Art Rusch place. Mrs. Alvina Powers of Burt, a siter'of Mr. Ruhnke, came Sunday morning to help take care of him for a few days. Supt Inspects School and Mrs. Mueller and worth. Mrs. Dorothy Sebers and son, Ralph of here and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Algona visited at the Martin Meyer home at Garner, Sunday. Mrs. Ruth Sparks nad sister, Mrs. [xjnese Wolf visited friends in Britt Saturday and the Howard Sparks drove to Belmond and visited at the James Altwegg home. James Asa and brother, Charles arrived Friday evening, Sept. 24, it the L. A. Bolenus home and on Monday Mrs. James Asa and children returned home at Decatur, HI with them. Corwith Groups Open Fall Season Corwith-Falrview: The World Wide Guild of the First Baptist church met last week and elected the following officers: president Ivadelle Izzard: vice president, Thelma Hash; secretary. Erma Frey treasurer. Ruth Liptrap: reporter, Thelma Hash and councellor, Portia Johnson. Mrs. Marian Williams was made an honorary member. The next six months' lessons will be on Rtiral America. The Guild is now making hospital supplies for Belgian Congo. The Corwith Woman's Club held its first meeting of the year at the home of Abbie Bush." members were present. Eighteen The program consisted of a piano solo by Gladys Wood and a report on "The Background of the Jews" cis Oxley. The Catholic Ladies Aid served a supper last Saturday evening at the Legion hall The committee in charge of the supper included Mrs R. C. Welter, Mrs. Fred Bush, Mrs.' John Sloan and Mrs. Ralph Johnson. Whittemore News PILLSBURY'S.BEST PLAYS A LEAD in the Motion Picture Cooking School i -. -. and '"The Bride Wakes Up" to the fact that for extra-good baking you need extra-good flour. And she learns that if you want perfect baking results, every time, it's wise to us« Pillsbury-sBesi! Follow the lead of countless experienced cooks —use Pilisbury's Best regularly ! PILLSBURYS BEST [N9 w&9&09*0iF nMF9tn» operator, enjoyed a week's vacation last week and spent It out of town. Mr. arid Mrs. Ix-ster Johnson and faniily of Bancroft were Sunday ilinner Kue.sts at the Charles Newel ho/ru-. Mr ;uid Mr,. John Kramer and f-iiiuly visited Mrs. Kramer's par<•»' Mr. and Mrs. Nels Krogh at I-ikelicM, Minn. ,Sund;iy. IT. ;ind Mrs. J. A. Mueller and daughter. Virginia Ruth and u.< .-In Vi.i^t left Sunday for a ik 1 , ii.iiin^ j,i northern Min- Mr and Mr.-,. Kenneth Stephenson \-A-I, , iiildreti and Jess Van Busi i.I Ol.tr.i3fn were Sunday din- 2uc.il., of Hcv. and Mrs. J. T -li-( •Mr., Aivui Zumach entertained at t.iblt.-, of bridge Salurday evt- Mi, honor of Mrs. Enos Wrede. [Dorothea (Jerhardt won the liifcli score prize and Mrs. Clarence Wejjener the travel prize. Mr. a/id Mrs. Henry Btrghofer and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Willrett and family and Mr. and Mis. Art Jentz and family were entertained at dinner Sunday at the K. T. Baumann home in Ringstcd. Mrs. V. Watts of Marathon and Mrs. LeRoy I'arkhurnt of Watford City, North L»ukotu, spent laat week Wednesday at the Bertel Berkeland home, Mrs WtaU and Mrs. Park- hum are the former Pearl and Blanche Crone. Mr and Mrn. John Smith of Cly- mun, Win., came Saturday morning fur a week's visit with Mra. Smith's brother, Bd Urelnert and family, and with other relatives. On Sunday, Mr. tuid Mm. Smith were entertained at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jeutz in Fenton. •f Marrfafe' Banna of matrimony were an nounced for the first time at St Michael's Catholic church for Bern dine Kenne, daughter of Mr. anc •frs. John Kenne and John Weber Chicago. Shelter* Have Boy Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Shelter are parents of a boy born Saturday. Falls Through Skylight John Fisher fell through a sky light at the Carl Ebert farm oni day last week and cut a big gasf in his leg. Stork at Bell's A daughter was born to Mr. an<j Mrs. Alfred Bell, Sunday. This is the Bells' second child. Paul Urlch spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Mary Urich at Dun~in. Mary Kelso spent the week end with her aunt, Mrs. Jess Dugan at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Elbert of Pocahontas visited at the Peter Elbert home Sunday. The Nick Meurer family of Plover visited at the home of Mrs. Joseph Meurer, Sunday. The Joseph McTigue family of Bmmetsburg, visited at the John "ullen home Sunday. Peter Schumacher and Harold iCnecht attended a D-X oil meet- 'ng at Algona Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Youngwith and family of Wesley visited at the John Steier home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eisele and Trank visited at the Albert Eisele home in Blue Earth, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Geelan and Mary Oeelan of Ruthven visited at he James Ceelan home Sunday. Janice Walters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Walters, celebrated her fourth birthday Wednesday. Mrs. Mary McDonnell left for ,'hicHgo Thursday, where she will pend a month with relatives theri Noibert Tietz, son of Mrs. Anna rietz. submitted to a minor opera- ion at the Algona hosiptal, Tue»lay. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer of tamer visited at the William Meyr and Henry Kuecker homes, Sunday. George Beli rends and Mrs. Chas. ierleman of Davenport spent a few ays last week at the James Kelso iome. Mr. and Mrs. Tom White of Des Moines visited at the home of Postmaster and Mrs. John S. Cullen, on unday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Sylvester and on of Sioux City spent the week nd at the home of Mrs. Will iiggins. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sheidler and Mardella and Robert spent the eek end at the C. S. Sheidler home n Manson. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Saunders and daughters. Alma, Genevieve and Eltnor of Britt visited with rienda and relatives here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. James Kelso and aughter, Juanita, spent Sunday at le John KeUo home at Bricelyn, ilinu. Mr. Kelno is not in the best f health. Pair Honored By Birthday Picnic Lone Rock: A picnic honoring the birthdays of Mrs. Laura Hohensteln and W. Ricker was held at the Call State Park, Algona, Sunday. At- ending were: the R. T. Angus fam- ly, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dltt- mer. the Delmar Angus family, Mr. nd Jess Hohenstein, Amboy, Minn.; •Irs. Laura Hohenstein, Joe and Will Ricker, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cruikshank, daug hteM.rray o Ak Cruikshank, daughter Mary. Mr. and Mrs. John McNeil, all of Algona; Mrs. Joe Geibel and twin daughters, Carol and Carmine and Mrs. Lizzie Smith, Corwith. Emelia Erpelding Guest at Shower SL JOB: A pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower in honor of Emelia Erpelding was held In St Joseph's Hall Sunday afternoon. The afternoon was spent at five hundred and socially. High prize in five hundred was awarded to Mrs. Peter Bormann, Jr., low prize to Mrs Henry Zeimet Dorothy Besch of Whittemore received door prize and Mrs. Sebastian Kramer received chair prize. Miss Erpelding was the recipient of many pretty and useful gifts. A delicious lunch was served to 26 guests. daughter from Fort Dodge attended church services here Sunday morning. They .were all day guests at Teacher Schmiel's home Sunday. Monday, Mr. Mueller visited the parochial school. Mr. Mueller Is parochial school superintenden of the Iowa District West. Rev. and Mrs. Fiene visited o Friday evening at the Hugo Fau stlch home. The young people's society wl meet in the school basement Frl day evening, Oct 1. The Richard Potratz family an the Alvin Potratz family vislte with relatives at LuVeme Sunday Mrs. John Kohlwes. who has bee spending a week at the Paul Elgle home in Story City, returned hom Friday. Mrs. Emil Laabs visited Sunda;, at the Wm. Fuerstenau home. Ray mond Laabs spent the same day with Victor Faulstich. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Schealer ar the parents of a baby boy born Sat urday. Sept 25. Mrs. Frank Schall in is taking care of mother and baby. Mrs. Harsh, the practical nurse who is taking care of John Mark by Fran- &""• s P«nt Sunday with her daughter. Mrs. Wm. Bunkofske, at Swea City. Harold Smith, the buttermaker and son, Claire, drove to Plalnfleld Saturday, returning Sunday. Mr Smith's mother accompanied them home and will spend a few days here. ' Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich, Mildred, Lorna, Marie and Wm and the Rev. and Mrs. Leimer of Chicago were Sunday dinner guests at the H. E. Stahlbock home In Ft Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knute from Bloomington, HI, visited at the Wm. WeUel home Sunday and Monday. Ben Stelnkampf Is an uncle of Mrs. Wetzel and also visited there the same time. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mlttag and Everett drove to Truesdale Friday evening and vislted^a few days at the Hugo Mittag home and also with Erwin Mlttag. They returned home Sunday. Sunday afternoon callers at the otto Ruhnke home were the Mr. ^ ^f*' Martln Meyer and Elvira, the Mike Gengler family, Art Rusch family, Art Fuertienau and Mr. and Mr,. Wm. Meyer of FeatonT _.™JJ[' * n j' Mn. Fiene drove to Storm lake Sunday where Rev. Fiene preached at the mission fest- ' who has *««" a few days with her slater Iowa - hrm,i,.'' home with her parents. The Art Luedtke children, Ed*win and Harold, and the Ernest «.i and and Mable, returned home -n ening from thelr WP They were gone five weeks They drove 7700 miles and hit al except North Montana Visitors At Carl Swansons LuVerne: Two of Carl Swanson's brothers, who live in Montana, came to visit here last week and on Sunday a family gathering was held at the Swanson farm. Those attend- ng were: Mr. and Mrs. Theodore iwanson, Mlssoula. Montana; Elmer .Swanson. Helena, Montana; he Elmer Mansons. Manchester; he Harry Newtons, Humboldt; the lennan Dolmans, Britt; the Guy larmons and the Martin Swanuons, Algona. The group brought baskets nd ate dinner and supper together. The afternoon was spent visiting. Heikens Go Wqet Swea City: Mr. and Mm. P. J. lelken left early Wednesday morning enroute to California for i possible four or five weeks' visit with their son, Maurice and fam- "ly at Los Angeles. They took the lorthem route and expect to take Ime on the way to see Boulder Dam in Colorado, and the Bay •ridge at San Frnacisco. They will eturn by way of the southern oute, stopping at San Diego. Farewell Party St. Joe: A farewell party will be iven in honor of Eleanor Klein at IB M. T. McGuire home this week rVednesday evening. Thirty guests ere invited. Miss Klein will leave ext Sunday for Chicago where she as accepted a position and will lao attend a night school where will take up a business course, he has assisted with the household uties at the M. T. McGuire home le past year. the western states Dakota, Oklahoma and Texas Rev. and Mrs. M. f. Leimer of Chicago, who have been spending ±tw Umm £ r vac »«°n «n Beeme? TOunSfn 8 '^ 01 " 1 - Neb " cam « >«»t Thursday to spend a few days at at% HUtr w F ? uUtlch home «"d also Lone U^ 1 ^ F * ul « u 'h home in ta? *f£ i . Mre - Lelmer wa » a sis- Wm - DRESSES '/Smocks - House Coats We have just received a new shipment of exquisitely styled dresses, smocks and house coats. These garments feature many exciting new colors and original prints. You'll find theni just the thing. 1.00-1.95-2.95 THE ELITE Night Football Friday Evening, OCTOBER I ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL -vs.- CLEAR LAKE HIGH SCHOOL Game begins at 8 p. m. Admission: Adults 35c, students 25c. TAILORED COATS for Men and Women Have that new fall coat made to your Individual measurement*. Our fall HunpU* of woolen material* at* exceptional^ good looking. Come In and select one at your earliest convenience. 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