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SWEACiTYGffiL BRIDE 1WRSDAY Velda Johns Weds Ycim, Fairmont Man; To l»ive on Farm Swea City: Velda, only child o Mr and Mrs. Will Johns, Seneca and Frank, son of Julius, Simon, o Fairmont, were married last week Thursday at the St. John's Evangel leal church at Fairmont With th Rev. L. F. Sudmeyer officiating. ,.1 .! )rtde was <3ress ed in navy blue silk crepe with blue acces series. She carried a bridal bouque of roses. Her attendant, Miss Mary Simon, sister of the groom, wore a navy blue silk dress, and carried carnations. The groom wore a dark suit and was attended by a friend Junior Carter. The bride is a graduate of the Seneca high school and also of p « ul 's Beauty school In Minneapolis. The groom graduated from the Fairmont high school In the class of '31. He assists his father in farming. Mr. and Mrs. Simons will be at home at their farm home near Fairmont, after April 15. May Purchase New Busses President D. W. Fulta of the local board of education, announced last week that the board contemplates no changes on the faculty although teachers have not yet been given their contracts. A new law pertaining to the ownership of school busses will make it necessary for the local school to purchase new busses, It is believed. The personnel of the board Is the same as last year. Wm. Evans and Joe Preston having been reelected. A H. Schuler is superintendent. District Rally The district rally of Baptist women's missionary societies will be held at Renwick next Wednesday, The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 5, 1938 April 8. Baptist churches from six counties win participate in this meeting. Mrs. F. R. Asquith o? Waterloo, state president, and Mrs. Paul Morf of Frederieksburg, state secretary of girls' guild work, will in"? 8 * 1 ! 1 - The principal speaker win be Miss Louise Carter of Los Angeles. Churches sending delegates will be Webster City, Swes City, Rockwell City, Renwick, Oold- III ' If 0 '!" 68 ' Port Dodge. Esther- vllle, Eagle Grove, Curlew, Corwlth, vr« ™'» Ban « roft nnd Al * ona Mrs Walter Smith is association president and Mrs. F. R. Saldeman of Algona is secretary. Ladle*'* Guild Meeting n, Th » < Lu adies Gulld commemorated the 60th anniversary of the Home Mission society by giving the pageant, "The Challenge of the Birthday Candles" at the regular meeting. Friday. A large birthday cake was placed on a table and lighted by six evangels—each representing a decade of the work of the society. Those taking part were Mrs. Emil L-arson, Mrs. Frank Looft, Mrs. Fred Peterson, Mrs. J. E. Vaux, wrs. Virgil Jensen, Mrs. Andrew Van Alstine, Mrs. Mervin Kelly, Miss Laila Berg and Mrs. Dettmai Thompson. A sliver offering for lome Missions was taken, amount- ng to about $10. Several guests from the other churches were present. Hostesses were Mrs. P. J. ieiken, Mrs. Fred Berggren nnd Bernlce Vaughan. The birthday cake was served with the lunch. Mrs. L. O. McNeil is in Mason City helping her son get ready to wove to Chicago. She expects to >e away for about a month. Ernest Miller, one of the first res- dents of East Swea township, was aken to the Kossuth hospital Monay tor medical treatment. Mrs. George K. Nelson reports he has secured C. R. Bennett, as uest speaker for the April P. T. A. meeting, who is educational dir- ctor of the Bancroft CCC camp. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Blomster rove to Rochester last week to ut their daughter, Patty, under bservatlon at the Mayo clinic. No THEODORE SCHROEDER, 78, DEAD AT WESLEY; SERVICES HELD SATURDAY received here at this writing. Miss Emma Nelson went to Omaha last Thursday to attend the funeral of the son of her brother, Alfred Nelson. The young man^was a student in the college there an<5 died from pneumonia. She was accompanied home by another brother, Ernest Nelson, who spent a few days with his mother, Mrs. Swan Nelson. John Haglund went to Des Moines Friday to see his brother, Robert Haglund, who is In the veteran-?' hospital for treatment of stomach ulcers. Bob expects to leave the hospital some time this week. He will convalesce at the home of relatives In tndianola, after which he will return to his work in the CCC camp at Ottumwa. The Rev. and Mrs. R. P. Bronleewe and Mrs. Walter O. Smith were in Algona Monday afternoon to help arrange the program . for the Northern Iowa Baptist meeting which will be held In Algona in June. Others who were present were the Rev. T. V. L. Harvey of Fort Dodge, and the Rev. C. G. Wright also of Fort Dodge. The meeting was held at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Volzke. Mr. Bronleewe is moderator of this association. Former St. Joe Resident; And Burial Was at St. Joe eport as to her condition had been Cream Prices Paid As Follows MARCH 15 TO APRIL 15 Whole Milk Butterfat ______ 39c Sweet Cream Butterfat _____ 35c No. 1 Cream Butterfat _ _ _ 33c , F. O. B. Algona Co-op Creamery Co. Phone 400 Have You Money To Invest? 4% Investments and savings accounts have always received 4% or more invested with this Association. Any amount starts a savings account. No Shares to Buy— No Fee* to Pay 21 years of continuous service to Investors and home owners Our savings certificates are tax exempt Safety of Your Investment Insured up to $5,000 by the Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. AMPLE FUNDS FOR BUILDING. REMODELING, PURCHASING AND REFINANCING OF HOMES. APPROVED F. H. A. REPRESENTATIVE Algona Federal Savings & Loan Association Phone 55 C. R. LaBarrc, Sec'y-Treas 10 and 12 MRS. WEAVER, SEXTON, BURIED Rites at Wesley With Bur ial in Calvary at Algona Sexton: The funeral services for Mrs. Jacob Weaver were held on Wednesday morning with short services at the home in Sexton at 9:30 and at 10 o'clock at the St. Cecelia's Catholic church In Algona. Burial Was made In Calvary cemetery In Algona. Relatives who attended from a distance were her sister from Ap- llngton, Minn., and a brother and nephew from Fort Dodge. Mrs. Weaver was 59 years old and had made her home in Sexton for many years. Mrs. Weaver had been in poor health for quite some time and just recently was In Iowa City for treatment. After coming home from Iowa City she was taken to the Kossuth hospital where she remained until the time of her death. She is survived by her husband and one son, Bernard, and her sister in Minnesota, and a brother in Fort Dodge. Severn! of the Sexton ladies attended the cooking school In Algona. Fred Neahring made a trip to Ddfc Moines Friday afternoon, returning the same night Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield nnd Edith were visitors Tuesday in Al- Wesley: Funeral services for Theodore Schroeder, 78, who passed away Thursday noon following n three years' illness with cancer, were held at St. Joseph's Catholic church in Wesley Saturday morning at 8:SO o'clock, with the Rev. A. J. Wagner in charge of the Requiem Mass. Mr. Schroeder was born in Dick- rl, Luxemburg, on December 31, 1859, and came to America at the age of 20 years and settled on a farm near St. Joe, Iowa. He was married soon after to Katherine Wagner of St. Joe, and to which union seven children were born, three of whom survive, namely: Margaret, who has always made her home with her father in his declining years; Mrs. Mary Wright of Houston, Texas, and Mrs. Anna Terharr of Rice, Minn. This Mrs. Schroeder passed away in Septem ber, 1895. Later he was married to Margaret Wagner, sister of the first wife, and to this union were born three children, two of whom survive, Nicholas of Pierz, Minn., and Mrs. Katherine Francis of Corwith. This Mrs. Schroeder passed away in 1923. Besides this he leaves 13 grandchildren and a brother who still lives In Luxemburg. He and his family came to Wesley in the fall of 1895 and has lived here ever since. He was at first engaged in the furniture and undertaking business, later In a general store. For twenty years he serv.'d the community as assessor, giving up his duties in that line only three years ago due to 111 health. Following services Saturday morning, the remains will be taken to the St. Joe Catholic cemetery, where burial will take place in the family lot. Sponsor Trap Shoot The Wesley Conservation League sponsored a trap shoot at the 'ocal baseball diamond Sunday afternoon. April 3rd. Their regular monthly meeting was held the following night. Ciub Meeting At LuVerne Scheduled; Two Others Held LuVerne: The date for the Apr! .neeting of the Community club hns been set ahead from April 11 to Wednesday. April 6. J. D. Lowe Algono, will be the speaker, with a talk on the workings of the Conservation League. The Presbyterian Women's Missionary society met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Henr> Kubly. Mrs. Harry Von Draska presided and Mrs. F. I. Chapman led the devotional period. Mrs. Carrie Coleman told of the work of the International Council of Women among emigrants, Miss Kfeets Finley reported on Work Among Polish Youth In America, Lottie Mason read a magazine articla on "The Dirty Dozen" and Mrs. J. L Llchty gave a summary of missionary work among foreigners in America. The annual meeting of the Presbyterian Ladies Aid was held at the community hall Wednesday evening. Members and their families gathered for a 6:30 covered dish dinner and the business meeting was held immediately after and the secretary showed that the group had been active during the year under the leadership of Mrs. A. J. Eason. Officers chosen for next year are Mrs. Harry Christensen, president; Mrs. Harry Von Draska vice president; Mrs. J. L. Lichty secretary, and Mrs. Arthur Riley. treasurer. New Blacksmith At 55th Anniversary of Widdels, Fenton Km ton: Mrs. H. H. Wid<!rl entertained a group of relatives nnd friend? nst week Tuesday afternoon i honor of the 55th Wedding anniv tnry of hrr parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ms WilhorR. Tho nft.-rnocn was ent in visiting with Mr. nnd Mrs Vilborg. Mrs. S. O. Snndc of Ser n gave a short talk. Mrs. W! .el. assisted by Donna Jean R;. -y served a luncheon. Guests included Mrs. Peter Jensen nnd Mrs. S. O. Knnde nnd Mr. and Mrs. Mnrtln Wilberg and family of Seneca. Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin Jensen and Mrs. H. N. Wilberg of Ringsted. Mrs. Wallace Packman of Iowa City. Hans Wilberg nnd Mrs. J. A. Schwartz. ARMSTRONG NEW8 Bernnda Burgess is suffering; n sprained ankle. George Beck broke his right leg while working on his farm recent- gona at the home of Mrs. Eliza Richards. The ladies of the home project work are practicing a play to be put on at Burt, Achievement Day, Friday of next week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Dctrlck lire the parents of a baby girl born Monday. The Detricks have three other children, two boys and a girl. W. J. Green had the misfortune to break the bones in his ri-<ht hand while doing chores nt the Dulo Thompson home just enst of tuivn Friday morning. He was taken to Dr. Kenefick in Algona, where it was put in a cast. Scarlet Fever Case The Mrs. Anthony Johnson home is under quarantine for scarlet fever with Bernadine, 9, having the illness in a mild form. The other Johnson children, Lillian. William, Edward and Joe are staying with their maternal grandmother, Mrs Mary Goetz. At the L. A. Ternes home, which was placed under quarantine a week ago or more. Four more patients are reported ns being ill, with Mrs. Ternes being critically ill. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Rasmussen nnd two children of Forest City I Livermore: The McPherso blacksmith shop, which has bee closed for some time, because o Mr. McPherson taking over th duties of city marshal and electric ian has been opened with a ne manager in charge. Mr. McPherson has secured th services of A. M. Smith, who come from Fair field. Mr. Smith expects to movo hi family here as soon as a suitabl house is obtainable. BANCROFT NEWS Attention Farmers \V<> soil Northrup, King & Co.'s high g Field Seeds. Como in and let us figure your requirements. We'll make any mixture you want, Investigate our quality and germination. We have a good stock on hand and will fill hoth lar^e and .small orders. Other items of interest now are pure hulk Lawn Seed, Lawn and Garden Fertilizer, Chick Starting Mash, German Peat Moss and Hygeno Litter. ona Flour and Wesley People At Funeral in Britt Wesley: L. P. Olson and the Carl Pearson family together with many friends in this community drove to Britt Friday afternoon to attend the funeral of Mrs. Ed Peterson, 66, who passed away Tuesda spent Tuesday fit the H. J. Braley home. Mrs. Albert Johnson returned to her home at Grantsburg, Wis., Thursday night following a two weeks' visit here with Johnson and Engstrom relatives. J. C. Skow is recuperating from a cracked ankle bone which he received a week ago when the horse he was leading about the place kicked him in the ankle. Swcn Nelson celebrated his 74th birthday Thursday and his daughter, Hanna, invited in a group of friends nnd relatives to spend the afternoon and evening with them. Dr. nnd Mrs. H. H. Raney were guests nt n bridge party in the home of friends at Kiemme Wednesday night. They formerly lived at Kiemme before coming to Wesley last fall. John Hutchison, assistant cashier, and Andrew Gollner, director of the Exchange State bank attended a bankers' meeting of the Kossuth county organization held at Whit- '.emore Tuesday evening. Mrs. Mary Kinkade of West Bend spent the past week here at the Theodore Schroeder residence, assisting Margaret in the care of her morning following a y'ears f.lne7 s . futher dur ng I hi last QUAKER OATS n4* •••§•«•••* 4* •••4* (5 3 Splendid Breakfast »ay$ Ruth Harknet$, Great American Explorer, who captured Su-Lin, only Giant Panda in captivity/ • What a bargain in breakfuta! Quaker Oau, mainstay °f millions costs only tt cent per serving — yet it's exceedingly rich in food energy, snd in flavor! Every serving contains abundant Vitamin B—the precious vitamin you need every day to combat nervousness,constipation and poor appetite! • • .Older tne one and only Quaker Out at today's special prices, which many grocers fea- . Mrs. Peterson was a sister of Mr. Olson and mother of Mrs. Carl Pearson living northeast of town. Besides the above she leaves her husband and nine other children nimely: Bernhardt of Blooming Prarie, Minn.; Victor of Wisconsin- Louis of Mitchell, South Dakotp : Emmanuel of Britt; Walter of Crystal Lake; George of Fairmont, Minn.; Mrs. John Brown of Britt; Mrs. Bernhardt Jensen of Britt and Mrs. Chris Hogan of Buffalo Center. Rev. O. M. Johnson was in charge of the funeral services with burial taking place in the Britt Evergreen '-'emetery. Mrs. Glenn spent the SENECA NEWS Mrs. A. T. Paulsen helped Mrs. Curtis Olsen hang paper Wednesday. Emil Elmers has been confined to his bed with pneumonia and under the care of a doctor the past couple of weeks. Elmer Johnson, son of Mrs. Lottie Johnson is seriously ill in the Bancroft hospital as a result of a ruptured appendix operation. The Helpful Thursday club met at the home of Mrs. Clem Dotson Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Robert Burt as assistant hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Elrner Lee and sons spent from Siturday until Monday at Manchester with Mr. Lee's sister Mrs. Alfred Berkland and famiiy. Donald John.son treated his teacher and the pupils of the first and second grades to candy Tues- death). A daughter, Francis of Corwith last week at the Linus Eisenbacher who is about to finish his senior year studying for the priesthood at St. Louis Mo., will be ordained at the Cathedral in Sioux City on Sunday, May 1st, at 8:30 o'clock a. m. His firs'. solemn mass will be sung at the local St. Joseph's Catholic church here on Tuesday morning, May 3rd Members of the Stitch and Chat circle entertained other members of the Aid at a silver tea given at the Mrs. Arlo Dawson home Tuesday A similar tea is being planned by the lucijibcia of the Good Will group and will be held at the homv; of Mrs. Al Wagner the third Wednesday in April. Editor and Mrs. Harold Clark vis ited friends in Ames Sunday. Lucille Dyer left Friday for nn extended visit with friends In Min neapolis. Mrs. J. A. Devine spent Sundnj, at Ames visiting with her son. Em met, who attends college there. Margaret Qulnn worked lust week at the home of Mrs. Ralph Markka in Algona. Miss Emma Adolphson left on Tuesday for Minneapolis where sh is to take care of Lizzie Furstcn burg, who is ill. Mrs. Nelson Mathsoti and s_.. Kenneth and daughter, Linnca vis ited with relatives in Minncapoll over the week end. Mr." and Mrs. Phil Sheridan nnd two sons returned to their home a Ames Saturday after spending th week at the J. H. Sheridan and H J. Deltering homes. J. H. Sheridan, R. J. Doyle, Betty Sheridan and Monica Baker .students of the State University o Iowa, returned to Bancroft with them for a short visit with his parents, Mr. and Crs. C. C. Baker. Mrs. Ada Ellis and two children Franklin nnd Shirley and Ti n Guest of California, arrived Saturday for a visit nt the Thos. Guest home. Mr.s. Ellis is a daughter of Mr. nnd Mr.s. Ciiiest. Mr.s. Ada Ellis, Thos. Guest, Tim <7uc.st, Bill Dudding and daughter, Betty visited Mrs.'Thos. Guest >u Iowa City, who is ill in the University hospital. Mrs. w. J. Welp, son Bob and daughter, Margy of Fort Dodge vi>- itcd at the M. A. Saunders home, Sunday. They and Mrs. Saunders and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baker also visited at Windom, Minn., ut the C. V. Skilling home, Sunday. SEXTON NEWS A " derS ° n ( ' hildren St. Benedict New day. day. The occasion was his birth- Mr, and Mrs. Harley Hoeck entertained a number of friends and relatives at a card party at their home Wednesday evening in honor of thejr wedding anniversary and Mr. Hoeck's birthday. George Anderson and daughter Elaine of Chicago spent several aays tbe past week at the Mrs E «. Gardener home. They also attended the funeral of Mr. Anderson s father in Ledyard. Mrs Anderson were unable to come because of an eye injury that Shirley hu i •ecewed from a pair of soissors Read Th« Want Ad«—It Pay*. Mrs. Irene Studer and children called on the Greg Studers last Saturday. Mrs. John Ludwig of Fort Dodge was in the vicinity calling on her sisten-in-iaw. Mrs. Greg Studer, Saturday and Sunday. _ Miss Irene Grandgennet spent Saturday at Algona visiting Helen Wildin and the Johnsons. She rt- iiort.s a very fine time. Rev. Kramer and Ben Dorr drove Lo Hampton nursery Monday to :.clect the evergreens and shrubs 'or the church grounds. Mr. and Mrs. Al Kosenmeyer. Mr. Mild Mrs. August Ki-hr. Mr. and Mrs ! Herbert Arndorfcr und Caroline ArndorftT drove to Mason City CD Saturday to attend the funeral cf Mrs. Goesclu-1. a relative of theirs. Mr. ami Mr.-i. Mike Arndorfer and I'hildren. Mrs. Mary Studtr and Mrs Ben Dorr drove to Bancroft to •all on Mrs. Dora Andorfer and the l.eo Arndorfer family recently. They found Mrs. Dora Arndorfer i 1 ) and around and feeling much improved. She was delighted to see some of her old friends and neighbors. Mr. ;nid Mrs. Elm.fr. Hoeck and sou of I-e.Mars spent several days i lie pa. ; week ut the home of this former':; brother, Hariey Hoeck and familv Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hartley spent Sunday with friends in Webster City. Mrs. Chester Fitch was a dinner guest Monday at the W. J. Green home. Phyllis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Thompson, was on the sick list Monday. Harold Fitch has gone to Burt to work for his uncle, John Koestler for the summer. The Sexton ladies held a bake sale Saturday at the A. & P. store in Algona. They took in ten di>:- iars. y- Fred and Ben Canon returned this week from Missouri, where they iad spent the winter. The annual creamery meeting and dinner was held Tuesday in the Methodist church basement. A large Towd attended. Miss Ardella Halverson of Fairmont, and Curtis Halverson and Arnold Lamere of Blue Earth, vls- ted Sunday at the Carl Halverson home. Mr. and Mrs. James Klrchner and Miss Viola Buchan all of Des Moines, spent the week end at the home of their mother, Mrs. J. A. Haisman. Mr. and Mrs. H M. Irmiter and son, Wlllard, and Mr. and Mrs. Alva Burt and daughter, Marilyn, visited Sunday evening at the Oscar Johnson home. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Gurdet was baptized Sunday nt St. Mary's Catholic church by the Rev. Bernard Eischeid. The bnby was nnmed Charles Lelnnd nnd the sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmiter. Whittemore News Mrs. Mac Butler wns in Spencer on business Monday. Joe Sherman of Bancroft Mr. and Mrs. W. 2 Taylor and soi Dean, were Sunday visitors at the Ferris Johnson home at Gilmore City. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fitch «nd children spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Fitch's mother, Mrs. Nordstrom. Chester Fitch and his father, Ed Fitch, went to Burt, Monday morning where they will dig u cistern this week. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Neuman spent Sunday at the home of their daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Orville HedricU iouth of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Green and •hildrcn spent Sunday with Mr. Green's mother. Mrs. Grace Turner, near LuVerne. Tile Mike Pfeffers are drilling a •iew well on their farm south if town. They have drilled over 201) eet and still have to go deeper to ;ei a good vein of water. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stevens and family of Mapleton, Minn., spent Sunday with Mrs. Stevens' mother. Mrd. Sarah Wise and family and at the Harvey Stevens home i.ortli of Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Witham became parents cf an »'- pound daughter, Sunday at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Witham is the former Agnes Pftffer. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pftffer, Si.. and now lives at Garner. Mr. and Mrs. W. 2. Miller, son Richard and daughter. Luis, spent Sunday at Storm Lake with Mr. and Mrs. Philip Thornton an-J children. Lois remained for a longer visit during school vacation. Mrs. Thornton is the former Ruth Miller. was erecting old friends in Whitlemorc Monday. Russ Snunders, Britt, was r. business caller In Whittemore lust Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bnrton of Algona were Sunday callers nt the Tom Weir home. Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elcrick of Altn Vista spent Saturday with Whittemore friends. Mrs. Nellie McMahon of spent Sunday with Mrs. Will Hlg- 'jins In Whittemore. Marie Semon spent the week end at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Kelly in Emmetsburg. C. L. Cavanaugh attended a district druggists meeting held In Emmetsburg last Thursday. Mrs. Emil Thilge.i of Bods spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gengler. The Rev. William Veil attended funeral services for Father George Costello at Lohrville, Monday." Frank Spille.s purchased a new Chevrolet nut«m«bi!» from the 'oirot & .Schattschneidcr garage. Mr. and Mrs. James Gcelnn and ons. Jimmie and Jack, spent Sim- lay with relatives in Fort (Judge. Francis ("Butch") Kollnsch spent a.st week in Mason City at tho ionic uf Mr. and Mr.s. Clark Mi ade. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tliull, Mr. an< Mr.s. Mike Besch were Sunday uests at the John Biseniu.s home. Pauline Dnhlhnuser and Kelwin Collasch of Algona were Sunday isitors nt the John Biseniu.s home. Esther and Elmer Ostwald return- d Sunday evening from a few -lays' i.sit with relatives in Sioux Falls, Mrs. Li.'o Gerber of West l!end pent .several days the past week t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harrv lelmke. Mr.s. Ernest Weisbrod and her aughter, Alice, spent Kriil.iy at the Ben Weisbrod home in Ern- met.sburg. Mr. and Mrs. Jame.s Fleming of Mason City spent Sunday witli the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck -r were callers at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer near St. Joi- Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brunniv and daughter. Geraldine of Mason City were guests at the R. H. Fir.nell home Sunday. Rosemary Semon. who is employed in Algona spent the week end at the parental home of Mr. anu Mrs. Alfred Semon. Mrs. Clarke Meade and s<;n of Mason City spent from last Thursday until Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kollasch. Mrs. Henry Haag is about in i wheel chair after being in be*l for three months when she suffered a broken pelvic bone in a car accident. Loretta Wilson of Algona. Elaine Wilson of LuVerne and Avis Wilson of Fenton spent Sunday with their mother. Mrs. John Wilson of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson an 1 •son of Independence. Mo.. spent several day.s last week vi.siting with relatives. They returned to their home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank B;,lg t m-.ni drove to Webster C'ity one day last week to visit at tile home of their daughter and husband. Mr and Mrs. Frank Behnke. Dorothy Seber.s went to Ai^Mia with Mr. and Mr.s. Lloyd \VaiLcr Sunday evening. She will be employed as a clerk in the Christcn- >en store during the tire .sale. Robert Finuell returned to Anu-s last Wednesday after spend:;i^ s t -v- "fal days with his parent.-*. Mr. and Mr.s. Robert Finncll. Sr. Robei i i:, '•>• student at Iowa Slate College. Frank Rochford. Alkv Kain Marguerite Creteman, K .tln-r Sifms -uiii .\\ttie Saiiiiuia attended the March Central teacht: s' convention at Kurt Dodge Saturday. Mr.s. John Ryan of Chicago arrived here Saturday morning fur a few days visit with her ai.ster and brother. Ella and Frank Bulk- She returned to her hnyn« in Chi- nio Monday. Guests of the A. D. Rrocnn fn'ii- ily and Mrs. Mary Brognn Sunday wer;? Mr. nnd Mrs. Forrest Rrorian and Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrry Ferkins of Dows and Mrs. Arnold Roshwlg of Games, Minn., Mrs. Grcenn and daughter, Elaine of Fairmont. Mr. nnd Mrs. Herman Zumach Irove to Rochester. Minn.. Monday morning where Mrs. Zumach will go through the Mayo clinic and consult specialists in regard to her health. Mrs. Zumarh has not been I feeling well for several months. BARRET BROAD SHADOW ASPHALT SHINGLES Shad-O-Band Shingles— Architects, home owners, builders agree that the thickness of a shingle's shadow Is to a great extent the measure of a roof's attractiveness. Barrett's built-in shadow gives n tile-like appearance. Fire Safety— Barrett uses a thick surfacing of granulated minerals. Sparks and cinders failing on Broad Shadow Roof burn out harmless. SEE OUR COLOR ASSORTMENT. Botsford Lumber Co. Plione 23(i Jim Pool He's got mere "oil-changers" . tied to a post... because ONLY YOUR MILEAGE MERCHANT OIL-PLATES YOUR ENGINE PLATING Is more than OIL CHANCING You'll get ... 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