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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 11, 1937
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The Algona Upper Peg Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 11, 1937 W.C.T.U. LEADER , SEXTON SPEAKER t Mrs. Jergen Skow Gives Sunday Talk on "Alcohol Family" "Se*ton: Mrs. Jergen Skow, pres- 'Ident of the W. C. T. U. of Kossuth «ounty, gave a very Interesting talk to children of the Sunday School Sunday morning during the morn- Ing session. This was a temperance talk and she took for her subject, •"The Alcohol Family." It was very interesting to the older one.i as -well as to the children. Injury to Knee Mr*. Anna Green had the misfortune to run a nail In her knee Monday afternoon. The nail was In a plank which she lifted to move it, dropping the plank, the nail piercing her knee, making a quite panlful wound. Edith Greenfield spent Monday with Mrs. W. A. Young assisting her with her work. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Bemia and Delores spent the week end with relatives at Esthervllle. Mr. and Mr*. A. D. Young were visitors Sunday evening at the home of their son, Loyal aAd family in Plum Creek. Mr*. Sarah Wise and daughter, Mrs. Drusilla Noble accompanied the Kenry Phillips family of Algona to Mapleton, Minn., Sunday to visit at the Lloyd Stevens home. 'They returned home the same evening. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise were visitors at the Voss home near Lu- Verne Sunday. They took Mrs. Wise's sister, Delores Voss home. Delores has been spending several days here at the home of her sister, Mrs. Wise. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and Edith were dinner guests Sunday with Mrs. Eliza Richards of Algona and accompanied Mrs. Richards to the funeral of L. A. Miner which was held at two o'clock at the Algona Baptist church. Rev. Vance of the Congregational church officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Stevens gave a party for the young people of the Sunday School class Friday evening In honor of the birthday of their youngest son, Everett. They also practiced a song to sing for .Sunday School. After the practice games were played and lunch was served. Has Birthday Lone Rock: Mrs. Robert Benzine, .sons LuVerne and Robert, and John Benxlne, all of Jollet, 111., spent from Friday until Tuesday at the Richard Longs and the RJuph Thompsons. Sunday, Mrs. Long wm* »urpriMd in honor of hen birthday* Attending were all men- *nd the A. O lamp**, , the Arthur liftoff*. Bancroft, the Jim Longs, and Mrs. Anns Newbrough and son, Donald, Humboldt FUR We pay top prices for your Fur. Season is now open on all fur bearing aiiiinnis, except Beaver and Otter JOE GREENBERG- Phone 118 •••••••••••••••••i News Items of Fenton Vicinity 10 lit. Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hanover are the parents of a ten pound daughter, Mary Jane, born on Thursday, Nov. 4th. This is their first cnlld. Mrs. HaHover is the former Edna Bruhn, daughter of Mrs. Mary Bruhn. Clara Bruhn Is caring for Mrs. Hanovej and her daughter. Entertain* at Bridge Mrs. Freclovs Welsbrod entertained her bridge club at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Osborn Saturday afternoon. Mrs. E. C. Welsbrod won the high score prize and Mrs. E. J. Frank the low. Mrs. W. R. Wolfe, Mrs. R. C. Goetsch and Mrs. Frank Weisbrod, the latter of Ringsted, played for absent mamiwta. 500 Card Party Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glaus entertained the following at five hundred Thursday evening: Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fauerby, Mr. and -Mrs. Arthur Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dean and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Klatt. Sam Warner won the high score prize and Mrs. Klatt the consolation. Ruth and Verlin Espe spent Saturday with their father, John Espe at Sanborn, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greinert were entertained at the Ernest Votteler home Sunday evening. William Donahoe, Jr., went to Davenport Saturday evening for a few days' visit with his wife. Rev. J. G. Waterman and Hadley Bailey attended an Epworth League meeting at Algona Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reeder and family of Palmer were entertained at /the Clarence Theesfield home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and son, Edward of Algona, visited at the Everett Dreyer home Sunday evening. Mildred Goetsch of Des Moines spent Staurday and Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Goetsch. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and John Munch were entertained at the Charles Schemel home at Swea City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reimers and family of Ringsted visited at the parental Henry Reimers home on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Tatum entertained Mr. and Mrs. John Newel and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel at dinner Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Huskamp went to Waseca. Minn., Saturday where Mr. Huskamp will be employed with rural electrification work. Mrs. J. A. Mueller submitted to an operation on her foot at the Fort Dodge hospital last Friday. She 1* getting along nicely: Mr,, and Mrs. Alfred Meyers and Mr. and Mr*. V. J. Tatum were six o'clock dinner guests at the Oliver Stoeber horn* Friday evenlrig. Mr. ,«nd Mr*. PftuI Blgler daughter, Sharon Lee of Boon*, visited the latter 1 * sister, Mr*. Everett Dreyer and family Sunday afternoon. Donna Jean Bailey who Is employed at the Joe McGovern home near Whittemore spent several days last week with her father, Frank Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reed and family of Goodell, visited Mr. and H, W,POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss or damage.. Equipped to do HO Kinds of draying and hauling. Mrs. Raymond Stoeber, Sunday. Mrs. Reed and Mrs. Stoeber are sisters. Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Waite return- so home lest week Wsdncsd&y from Duluth, Minn., where f.\ey spent several weeks with relatives of Mrs. Waite. Mr. and Mrs. E. A.' Welsbrod and Mary Alice Gibbons of Whittemore visited at the H. C. Lindsey home Saturday evening, and also with other friends. Mrs. Edward Priebe and daughter, LaVaun, Mrs. F. H. Bohn and daughter, Mary Ann and Mrs. Ernest Votteler were Fort Dodge shoppers Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Waterman attended a meeting of the Joint session of the Algona-Fort Dodge districts at Humboldt on Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Delmer Cooper and daughter, Pauline of Algona visited Mrs. Cooper's parents, Rev. and Mrs. Waterman from Thursday to Sunday of last week. Dr. J. A. Mueller attended a meeting at Fort Dodge Friday. Dr. Litzenberg, head of the obstetrics department at the University of Min- sota was the principal speaker. Walter Loek returned Friday to resume his teaching at the parochial school after several weeks' absence due to Illness. Margaret Fiene of Lotts Creek substituted fpr him. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer and sons, Duane and Derald and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler and daughter, Sharon Lee of' Boone were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reimers entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnestad and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Stamer and ISr. and Mrs. W. V. Yager and son, Clarence. F. H. Bohn and Charles Folk took Mrs. Folk to her home at Humboi'dt Saturday aftsrnoon, having spent several days here with her husband. Mr. Bohn and Mr Folk returned home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Priebe and their daughter, Lavaun and son, Mervin, visited at the George Pettit home Sunday afternoon. Mr. Pettit. who suffered a stroke a week ago, is still confined to his bed. Mrs. F. H. Bohn and daughter, Mary Ann were entertained Sunday at the E. K Johnson home. Sunday evening the Johnson family, Mrs. Bohn and Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Priebe attended a movie in Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dean entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Brown and family of Gruver and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stumbo of Renwlck. Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Stumbo arc daughters of Mrs. Dean. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eigler entertained at a family dinner Sunday evening in honor of their 31st wedding anniversary. Guest* were Mr. and Mr*. Paul Eigler and 'daughter, Sharon Lee of Boone and Mr. and Mr*. Derwood Kigler. Mr*. Harold Qoeteeh who underwent an appendlcltl* operation *>l the Miller hospital in Fairmont several weeks ago, was brought to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hanson, last Sunday. She is getting along nicely. Mrs. George Boeti.-her entertained the Legion Auxiliary at her home Friday afternoon Mrs. C. H. Geronsln presented the Auxiliary with a quilt top which tha ladies will quilt und sell tickets on. Poppies were ordered for Poppy Day. Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Stahmer entertained at tiinrer Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bauer and son.i, LaVerne and Donald and Mr.}. Augusta Stahmer of Davenport, Rev. and Mrs. W. K. Wegener and son, David of Emmotsburg inci Paul Schwenzlin of Clinton, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weiabrod spent Saturday and Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kem Elerick at Alia and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Veaux at Ida Grove. Betty Ann Meyers, who had accompanied the J. T. Snyders to Alta, returned home Sunday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Weisbrod. Ed Bierstedt and daughters, Evelyn of Burt and Gladys of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Art Bierstedt and family of Lakota, Leonard Warner of Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ohm and son, Martin of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Warner and daughter, Sally of Des Moines were entertained Sunday at the Sam Warner home. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bauer and sons, La Verne and Donald and Mrs. Augusta Stahmer of Davenport came Saturday for a visit with Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Stahmer and family at Fairville. Mrs. Stahmer is the Rev. Stahmer's mother and Mrs. Bauer is his sister. The Bauer family returned home Sunday, leaving Mrs. Stahmer for an indefinite stay. Virginia Frank was taken bv surprise last week Wednesday evening when a group of friends gathered at her home to celebrate her birthday anniversary. Bridge was played at two tables with Mrs V. J. Tutum winning the high score prize and Gladys Sleichter the low. Other guests were Anna Finn, Pearl Christensen, Edith Dahl, Bernice Brown and Mrs. Dorothea Gerhardt. noon at West Bend vBBtlng the grotto. The R. T. Angus family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dlttme'r and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Angus were Sunday guests at the Addison Millers. Corwith. Mrs. T. D. Arends and dau:,hter. Patricia spent from Thursday until Sunday with Mrs. Frank Hefting at Newhall. They also visited friends in Vlnton. The D. W. Furnaus spent the 200 AT FIRST STJOE PARTY 16 Tables of Bridge, and Five Hundred Open Fall Season St. Joe: The first card party for this fall was held Sunday evening in St. Joseph's hall with a good crowd in attendance. Bridge was ^ _ o D ___ played at 15 tables with Mrs. Jas. Meyers, Fenton. They spent the Reding from Algona and Ray Gales afternoon with the George Lowen- receiving prizes. bergs, Armstrong. *",5™ , hun « red i R ^ y i M Mrs. E. M. Jensen, Mrs. W. J. and Charles Sauer received prizes. t d M R j ttend . Door prize was awarded to Su,,» ^ Qne o . clock y Innche , n and Frideres. Mrs. George Bormann br , dg( , pafty at the OHver stowes Dolllver, last Friday. ^ The Jim Ackermans spent Sunday afternoon with the G. J. Burts, Armstrong. They were evening callers of Muriel Long at the Kossuth hospital, Algona. Mrs. John Dempsey spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfredson, Ringsted. They drove to Fairmont to visit Mr. Godfredson's mother in the hospital there. The Rev. and Mrs. Speicher and week end at the parental William Furnaus, Swaledale, Mrs. Mattie Carr accompanied them home for a week's visit. The Merle Culbertsons were Sunday dinner guests of the August and her circle were In charge of the refreshments served to 200 guests. Ray Becker and Richard Hoberer left last week for Texas. Ambrose Ulaschtn is spending this week at the Eugene Thul home near Ottosen. Rev. Father Illg from Oto. Iowa, spent Sunday with relatives here and In Algona. Leo Bormann, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Bormann has the whooping cough. Stella Mae Reding spent Saturday night and Sunday at the Jim Ked- ng home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Frideres of Whittemore spent Sunday at the John Frideres home. Peter Kaysers and sons were Tuesday evening visitors at the Nick Eischen home near Algona. Darlene Reding spent several days last week with her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ceding in Algona. Aloysius Gales recently nt tended .he Notre Dame football game in Minneapolis. He also spent several days with relatives. Mrs. John Frideres Is at the lorne of her son, Victor near Wes- :ey helping care for her daughter- n-law who has the scarlet fever. William Hammer and Andrew Erpelding attended the furiertTl of Mr. Hammer's uncle, William Steil, at Eden Valley, Minn., Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schmacher, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding and family and Mrs. Alvin Zinnell <»nd son of Whittemore were Friday evening visitors at the Orville Wagner lome. Mrs. Annie Thilges and daughter, Lucy and Mrs. Leslie Jensen' and daughter of Lakota were last Sunday visitors at the Orville Wagner home. Mrs. Thilges Is a sister of Mrs. Lucy Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. George Thul, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hllbert, Sr., and daughter, Irene Geishecker »nd Florence and Elvira Geishecker attended the Sacred Heart bazaar at Livermore, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenry Thilges, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Capesius and Mr*. Clara Walker were guest* dt P. C. Reding »t the ham* of Mr*. M. M. MlIleY at Monterey. Minn.. lb*{ week. Mr. Reding is a brother of Mesdames Thilgea, Capesius and Walker. Mr. and Mrs. John Hammer and family took Mrs. Theresa Hammtr and Joe Steil to the Henry Balk home at LeSeuer. Minn., Tuesday. On Thursday, Mrs. Theresa Hammer and her brother, Joe Steil, attended the funeral of their brother, William Steil, 60, of Eden Valley. Minn. son, Gerald, Burt, were Sunday din- i son ' yVnterloo ner guests of the William Nelsons. I ' ^ The Alton Hurlburts, Whlttemor;,' NEWS OF WEEK FROMLUVERNE « W. H. M. S. Meeting The Woman's Homr Missionary society of the Methodist rhnrch met Thursdny afternoon with Mrs. Ray Stone. There were 14 present. Mrs. Ralph Davidson led the devotional period and Mrs. John Brinkle the study, and Mrs. Peter Thompson announced the plans for the thankoffcring service which will be held Sunday morning. Mrs. Harry Lichty sang a solo and Mrs. Henry Peitzke presented the enigmas. At the business meeting plans were made to pack two Christmas boxes, one for the Hayward School for Girls at Albuquerque. New Mexico, and one of fruit and food for the Harriet Ballou Day Nursery at Sioux City. A number of the members plan to attend the unit meeting at Clarion Nov. 19. Week End Visits The Roy Ridcnoim spent Sunday nt the Frank Shipley home near Swen Cily. KreJ Htumgartners "pent the day with relatives nt Fort Dodge. GuRsts nt the Dr. H. D. Meyer home over the week end were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Richeson and QUAKER OATS say» Great American Pilot Murwin Ator, is great to keep yon fit!" Cottuwu iifo r of AttttticQit famous Flagthipt • No wonder Qu«ker O»ts it called BREAKFAST OF GREAT AMERICANS I It's • warm, friendly breakfast, rich !n flavor, rich in food energy. And gives you an abundance of Nature's Vitamin B, the vitamin your system needs daily to combat nervousness, constipation ana poor appetite! Yet Quaker Oats, mainstay of milKon*, costs only H cent per serving. You can't beat Quaker Oats for a breakfast! specials today! BKACES-UP NERVES & D/GEST/ON were afternoon visitors there. Mrs. Frank Flaig and Mrs. Caroline Ackerman spent Sunday afternoon with the Fred Willretts, Algona. Elsie Willrett accompanied Mrs. Flalg home for a few days' visit. Mrs. Lyle Marlow and daughter, Gergiann, spent last Thursday at the E. C. Bierstedts, Burt. Friday all spent the evening with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Macumber, AJ- gona. Ernest Krueger and daughter, Ruth, Burt, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mri. Charles Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Morris visited at the Henry Manus home at Burt in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Snyder, Elmore, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ehrich and two chldren, Blue THarth, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Snyder. The former are Mr. Snyder's parents and Mrs. Enrich is his sister. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, daughter, Grace, Mr. and Mrs. John Newbrough and W. J, Reynolds spent Sunday at the Arthur Reynolds home, Humboldt, the occasion being in honor of Mrs. Reynolds' birthday. Mrs. Elmer Thompson and her daughter. Delma, Platte, S. D., spent from Wednesday until Saturday at the L. B. Holllsters. Mrs. Thompson and daughter and Mrs. Hollister were Saturday dinner guests with the Fred Wegeners. A birthday party waa neld for Curl WUnjr at his homo last Wednesday e>-cnin?. Attending were the Henry Schroeders, H. A. Wieners, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mino, and the Roy ChrischlUes family, and Mr* Martha Chrt*:hWea,:Vir,ton Mr. and Mrs. James Morgan, o California, «nd Mr. and Mrt. W. t* Cotton were last Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton and the Shellitos were Saturday supper guess of the W. J. Cottons, the W J.'s being Sunday dinner guests of the N. L.'s. with FAIRBANKS-MORSE COAL HEAT You con hav» AUTOMATIC coat kaai for !••* than hand firing U now coftiag you! Think oi cutting your coal bill nearly in half—and •liminaaag 98% oi the work and worry at the iojne tim»l Com* in and Ut us *how you. FAlRBANKS-MOHtC AnwrhMi'i PIMM! tMut TW lotntt natt SSn w b utt Anderson Grain & Goal Co. Phoiie308 Milwaukee Tracks Armstrong Man's Car Smashed Up Armstrong: Flynn Mitchell received a very seriously demolished car while in Minneapolis this week end. No one was injured which was very fortunate. Mr. Mitchell is employed in the Heinrich garage here. Appendix Out Mm. Glenn Hoppus has been in Esthervllle with her small son, Ler, who was operated on for appendicitis. Their other child, Jeanne, is staying at the Herman Askeland home during her mother's absence. Helen Arganbright U visiting a f«w day* at the home of Mavis Strom;. John Scbmitt, con of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmidt U recovering from an appendlcltU operation. A, BergMon has finished picking corn and toe Henry Schmidt* have ako completed their picking. Me. and Mr*. H«nry IrmiUr, ST., and Mart* wort Tbur*day •vtniax Will- Christenson Reported Making Slow Improvement Lone Rock: Callers at the Will Christensen home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jensen, Ringsted, Ernest Krueger and daughter, Ruth of Burt, Mr. and Mra. Charles Morris and Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Christensen, who had his arm crushed in a corn picker last week, is slowly improving. Phyllis Lewis, Bancroft* spent the week end with the Carl Wien- rs. Martha Ruhnke, Burt, spent Sunday afternoon with the Rudolph Peters. The S. M. Orvicks, Seneca, were Sunday dinner guests of the P. L. Persons. The R. H. Ortmans, Burt, spent Sunday evening with the Walter Thompsons. The Andrew Thomsons spent Sunday with the Andrew Andersons at Lake Park. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howe, Rockwell City, spent the week end at the George Pettits. ^ Doltie and Forrest Murray, Spencer, spent the week end with the Charles Bierles. The C. M. Gross family were Sunday guests at the Sherwood McDonalds, Algona. The Mtrwin Marlowa and Harlan Marlow were Sunday supper guests of the Lyle Murlows. Mrs. S. M. Orvick and daughter. Myrtle, Seneca, spent Saturday al the Henry Schroeders The Joe Culbertsous were Sunday dinner guests of the George Lowenbergs. Armstrong. Katherine Stebritz left Saturday night for a visit wi'.n her sister, Mrs. Francis Poole, Fiirt Dodge. The Henry Kuecks and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen spent Sunday with the Leo Sankeys, Britt. Nila Burtis, Algona. and Floyd Neellng, Denver, Colo., spent Sunday afternoon with the W. C. Heit- Irene Grangennett, Joe Dorr Win at St. Benedict Party St. Benedict: The jmrty at the parish hall WHS well attended on Sunday night and ull report a good Physlcal Checkup Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Pratt and son are in Iowa City where the son is having medical treatment. Dave Gardner was at Iowa City for a checkup. The report of the chejk- ip is that he will not have to return o the hospital for any more treatment Mr. and Mrs. Frank Biegger vls- ted their son, Keith, at Oakdalc, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey be- ame the parents of a son Saturday. He is to be called Robert William. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Davis and daughter, Vera, Moorland, visited at the Dr. T. L. Williams home, unday. Mrs. Henry Peitzke and sister, Mrs. Ida Norton, Raymond, S. D., islted the first of the week nt the Fay Thompsons, Eagle Grove. The Ted Hendersons have moved lere from Livermore. They are Hv- I ng in a house belonging to Paul Wegner in southwest LuVerne. John Phillips and Harold Lichty drove to Ames Sunday to bring home Mrs. Phillips who had been isiting her parents there last week. Mrs. Emll Meyer, Carol and Lyle and Paul Meyer, Grlnnell, are spending this week at the I. H. Benedicts and with other relatives. Mrs. Henry Hundertmark, Mrs. Ralph Richard, Mrs. Edgar Jacob- Ren and Miss Gaard, Ottosen, spent Saturday at the Rev. E. E. Hancock home. Austin, and Betty Burtis drove to Websler City Sunday. Mrs. Burtis, who has spent the past two weeks with her daughter. Mrs. Wlllard Hershe at Wichita, Kansas, returned Home with them. The Gea Stone*, Csdar Rapid*, transacted butlne** and vicited Hie Ray Stones here from Monday until Thursday of last week. With the Ray Stones they were guests of Mrs. W. Godfrey and Bertha nt Algona Wednesday. A group of members of the Presbyterian missionary society met nt the J. L. Lichty home Monday iift- crnoon to mnkc bandages for the White Cross work. These bandages arc to be used in a hospital in eastern Iron or Persia. Irene Grandgennett won the door prize by guessing the nearest amount of corn in n pint jar. There was a delicious buffet supper served and" u very line variety of food and plenty of it. 25th Birthday Miss Agatha Fasfaender celebrated her 25th birthday Sunday She had her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Studer as dinner guests. Are Visitors Miss Marie Richmeier and Miss Annabelle Hefty, nurses at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge, visited at the Dau Froehlich home as Sunday dinner guests. Mrs. Froehlich and Miss Richmeier are cousins. Vern Dailey Recuperates It is reported that Vernon Dailey is getting along line after his operation. His many friends are glad to hear that he is improving rapidly. Mrs. Alfred Nelson and aons attended a bazaar and dinner at Livermore Sunday. Mrs. August Fchr is cook and housekeeper ut the Herbert Arn- uorfcr home through corn picking. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lichtcr und son, Jackie, were Sunday guests at the parental John Arndorfer home. The infant son of John 1'reushul, was christened Sunday and was named Donald James. Edward and Wilina Arena 1 were sponsors. Tilt; lirsl card party of the season will be next Tuesday evening. Nov. 15. Everybody welcome. Mrs. Lew and Nick Arndorfer circle arc the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Bun Kunkel and son George and daughter Vrunicu and Delores Arndorfer called ut the Mrs. Alfred Nelson home, on Thursday evening Mrs. Fred Erickson left Sunday lo visit her mother und family for a week or more. Her father just died recently and therefore she will time. j The Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Glad- I go to be with her mother for u stone were Sunday dinner guests of ' the Rev. and Mrs. P. L. Patton, Bancroft. Charles Morris accompanied the county board of supervisors to Emmetsburg and Spencer last Wednesday. Mrs. Harley Shellito, daughter Norma, and Mra. Lizzie Shellito, Ante* spent the week end at the N. L. Cotton*. Elizabeth Jensen, Graettinger, spent Sunday at the E. M. Jensena. Mrs. H. N. Osher, who has been visiting here, returned home with her. Mr*. Kate Hawk*, Mr*. Jeuie fcUebriU and Mr*. Kelvin Hawk* and children spent Sunday ~ after- M. E. Blanchards Wed 45 Year* Lone Rock: Mr. and Mrs. M. Blanchard were surprised Sunday in honor of their 45th wedding anniversary which OCCIUB Nov 11 Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kruegen Mn*. Albert Thompson and children, Bancroft, Mrs. Roy Zunkle, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zunkel, the Lawrence Newbroughs, the Sdw. Blanchard*, Irvington, the Delmar Angus family, Algona, the Fred Gtnriche*. and Mr. and Mrs. George Kleafc, Tttonka. They were presented with a radio. New Lotts Creek School Now Open Four Corners: The Lotts Creek District No. 7 school, known us .he Potter school, five miles west of Algomi, on !G'.», und one mile north, are planning a Thanksgiving program to be given Nov. 19th. They are planning to move into .heir new school house some time .his week. It is n very modern and up-to-date building and is furnished with the very latest and expensive desks and seats. Lunch will be served to the public. Mrs Verla Lawman, teacher, expends a hearty welcome to the general public. WEST BEND NEWS Charles Stover, St. Paul spent Friday at the Merle Stovers. Mrs. Carl Vohs was a business visitor in Algona VVednesdway. She has a violin music c'ass there. The high school teachers all drove to Pe-s Monies Friday afternoon to attend a state teachers convention W. H. Daubcndiek returned on Thursday from Lincoln, Neb., where lie had spent a few days on a business mission. Mrs. Kathryn Grippcn and her daughter. Marjork', drove to Masi.n CiU| Thursday, for a week end visit at the Grippcn home. Mrs. Orville Harr ami her father, Charli-s Siiiiin.ui*. Havclock. cu,ine Friday for a week end visit with Mrs. Arthur Simmons. Blanche. Merle und 'Juy Stover iiriivi'ii home \V/cl;i".,.i ly ii'jin Waterloo, wht-r^ they nM visited reliiUve.-i since Ui; i>i L' ''.-lUn^ Mun- ilay. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hint-hart left on Friday for their home at 1'toria, 111., aftt-r two vwcks with Ernest's mother. Mis. Henry Rinu- harl. and other local relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wahl with the former's brothers, William and Al, all of Peoria, 111., were spending a few days last week with Mrs. Wahl's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Metzger. Mrs. Wahl is the former Ruth Metzger. The Wahls were returning from a visit with Mr. Wahls' folks in Minnesota. GET UP NIGHTS? KLUSH KII1.NBVS WITH Jui:lper oil. buehu leaves, etc. Make LI.In simple tent If passage U scanty. Irresuliir. smarts, or burns, have frequent deaire, set up nlghta or If kidneys are alujtgluh causlu* backache. Use juniper oil, bucbu leaves, etc.. made Into little green tablets called Bukeu to Ouuh the kldneyg, juat •• you would iue castor oil to flush the bowel*. 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