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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 28,1938 PETERS FAMILY HOLDS ANNUAL REUNION AT SPENCER RECENTLY Wesley\ Rev. and Mrs. Okko Peters and daughters, Imogene and Virglna of Traer, Iowa, came on Tuesday for a visit with friends and relatives. On Wednesday a Peters reunion was held at Spencer with between 60 and 70 present. Those attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Claua Tjarks, James, Henry and Harry Jergenson of Wesley, Rev and Mrs. Okko Peters of Traer, Mrs. John Humke of Ackley, Nancy Peters of Woden. Mr. and Mrs. Claus PeBoer and Herman and Maurice of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Christian Peters of Wesley, Rev. and Mrs. Strong of Lytton, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pirksen of Woden, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tjarks of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. George Pommer, and Hannah Mie and Henry of Wesley, also quite .1 number of relatives from around Spencer. Vfelta Dr. Raney Mrs. Magnus Lichter of Burt spent Monday at the Pr. H. H. Raney home. Tuesday she and Mrs. Raney accompanied Dr. Raney to Emmetsburg where the ladles visited Mrs. Llchter's parents, the W. H. Howies, while Pr. Raney went on to Mech- ansville to a veterinary'clinic. Mrs. W. E. Hutchison went to Fort Dodge Sunday with the Clarence Bergesons of Ruthven. The Sam Alne family spent Sunday visiting at the Gerhard Skart- land home at Guckeen, Minn. Grace Kouba of Des Moines visited here with her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kouba, Sr., last Sunday. Mrs. Palsy Gleason of Ulin City, III., visited her brother-in-law, Guy M. Butts, a short time last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson and son, Arvin, attended a family reun- union at Blue Earth Sunday, June 19. Mrs. Clara Erdman of Denver, Colo., has been visiting her brothers, Henry and Mike Arndorfer, and others at St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moulds of Sioux City were Tuesday guests at the Ben Hopkins home. He was formerly Kossuth county sheriff. Mr. and Mrs. George Van Horn of Milton, Wis., were over night guests Tuesday at the home of her cousin, FISHERMEN ATTENTION The New True Blue Shakespeare Reel—built like c. watch-- and Trigger Reel DeMght U S. Patent No. 151-730 is on the market. $6.00 (and tax) Postage Paid In U. S. /.sk your dealer for further In- f01 matin. WrIU or see the new invention at Rike Mfg. Oo. Arnold* Park, Iowa Vee Mullln and family. They are on Wielr way to California. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMahon and baby daughter, Patricia Ann, spent Sunday with his mother at Garner. Mr, McMahon'g grandmother, MYs. E. C. Waller returned home with them for a week's visit. Edward Funnemark is at Miller, teaching a daily vacation Bible school. He has charge of the entire school except on Tuesdays and Wednesdays when the pastor teaches. The school will close July 1. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Brandt and Mary Lou, the Howard Hendersons and Jackie and the John Brandts of Clear Lake were Sunday guests at the R. C. Bauer home, Bernadette Bauer returned home with them for a visit. Mrs. Oscar Erickson and son, Forest brought Arabella McPherson home Wednesday night from Elmhurst, 111., where sl^ had spent the past three weeks. While there she attended the graduation of Forest Erickson. Mrs. Frank Kouba, Jr., and Shirley left Wednesday morning for Cottonwobd, Minn., where she will visit at the home of her parents for a week. Rosemary Seller is taking care of the Kouba household and looking after Craig. Richpoint News Georga Anne Geigel, Storm Lake, spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel. Mrs. J. F. Devine and daughters, Maxine, Betty and Bernlece, visited at the R. H. Skilling home last Wednesday afternoon. Birdie Schulz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Schulz, Is a patient at the Kossuth hospital, having undergone an appendicitis operation last Thursday. ' Mary Black, student nurse at the State University hospital, will return to her duties after a three weeks' vacation spent with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Black. The Irvington township school board held a special meeting at the center school last Tuesday evening. The purpose of the meeting was to purchase reference text books for each of the schools now In opera- ion. • Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Eddy and family, Aurelia, Iowa, were week end guests at the A. D. Headlcy home in Irvington. Mrs. Eddy Is the Headleys* only daughter. Elizabeth and Jeanne Eddy remained to spend this week with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jenkins and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson went Sunday to West Concord, Minn., to visit at the Irving Urch home. Mrs. Urch is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson. The group helped to celebrate the third birthday of Master Albert Urch. John Froehlich in company with 67 Iowa State Collet* student*. left last Monday for South Carolina, where they will be stationed for a month In a sunyner forestry camp. They will then go to Tennessee for four more weeks in camp. This 6-foot McCORMICK-DEERING Combine Saves Money and Grain at Harvest Time • Tho McCormlck-De*rinf No. W live* up to «r»ry expectation when it to** into your field* of ripened grain. We are proud to offer it to our customer* a* tku one bttt antwur to the demand for a tmatt combine that Jot* a rutt job of thmhing. McCormick Deering Store Phone 52 East State Street Down She Goes Pride goeth before a fait Trade has been extra good so far this year and things have been rolling along so fine that before I noticed it we were getting to be what they call cocky. To get swell-headed is about the worst thing that can happen to a person. ' So we are coming down to earth and bringing prices down with us, No denying, shoes and clothes of all kinds are getting cheaper. This week everything in Neville's Store has been marked down to correspond with the new low prices now in vogue. We want to hold the spUndid ine of customers that in now dealing at Neville's. I know by experience that new standard goods at low prices w.ll keep them coming. We know that people like us not so much for ourselves as for the real value they receive. The saving they make on good standard shoes and clothe- is what bring, them back to Neville's. Our system is simple and inexpensive No iaiu-y fixiurt-s, no rent to pay. no schemes of any kind used o increase sales. Just good honest merchandis.n,; with standard, well-known lines at small profit*. Live and let live is our motto. If a customer is good natured and shows a disposition to buy we give that customer a good fit and plenty of service If a cusotmer is high brow, cranky and duagree- abU we tell him or her what every clerk in town would Hke to tell them We get rid of that kind for two reasons: wHh ourimttU profiU S w e cannot afford to entertain them andI taetdM they spoil the business morale of the store. Jimmie Neville LAfE SENATOR AND WIFE—Washington, D. C.: Senator Royal S. Copeland, (D) of New York, who died in his hotel apartment here, Is pictured above with his wife when they enjoyed themselves at a recent social function. Death came from complications resulting from exhaustion, attending physicians said. Senator Copeland was serving his third term and his 16th year in the senior chamber of the National Congress. He had almost collapsed in the senate^ during the closing hours of the last hectic session of Congress. Haverlys Have California Visitors; Plan Reunion Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haverly and Mrs. Joseph Klelnpeter of California, who came last Tuesday for a two weeks' visit and Mrs. Agatha Haverly were dinner and supper guests at the J. L. Haverly homo Wednesday. On Thursday they were entertained at the Jim Haverly home, on Friday at the Henry Haverly home. Saturday, they were guests at the Albert Klelnpeters and on Sunday a family reunion of the Haverly relatives will be held at the J. L. Haverly farm home. About 80 relatives are expected to be present. Mrs. Josephine Kleinpeter was formerly Josephine Haverly. Fred Haverly has been in California for the past 25 years and this is his first visit home. Armstrong Gets Improved Electric Light Service Armstrong, June 21 — A new lighting system is planned. The residential streets will be illuminated all night, and the lighting In the business district will be doubled, all at no increase In cost. Three hundred watt lamps are to be installed in the DUB T iness district, and will burn till midnight; after that seven will be left burning. In the residential district the lights have been turned off at 11. The town council and the Central States Electric Co. are cooperating In the new program. Coliiradoann Are Guests Here— Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Johnson, Ft. Collins, Colo., are spending two weeks with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sturtevant and Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, respectively. Lorna Braland, B!BO Fort Collins, came with the visitors for two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Braland. The party was also accompanied by Helen Ann Heneman, Bernallllo, N. M., who is visiting relatives here and at Eetherville. Fishing at Minnesota Lake- Mrs. Alpha Irish, Canton, 111.. with the letter's husband, left Monday for a week at Leech Lake, near Walker, Minn. Mr. Haworth Is a rural mail carrier, and his nephew* f«rl Haworth, is substituting for him. H. S. Hand Playn at Lake— The hiKh school band played at Interlaken park, near • Fairmont, Sunday, and ninny Armstrong peo- )le attended. [Jlrl'H Appendix IK Out- Nellie Offenstein is recuperating at the Coleman hospital, Estherville, from an appendicitis operation. __ Other Armstrong News. Harold Mitchell, who attends .he Hamilton business college at Mason C'lty, is spending the summer at the parental William Mitchell's. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. LeVan, and daughter Velma, and son LeRoy visited day. relatives at Elmore Sun- Pehrson's house has also been completed. Mrs. Frances Slevolt of Maple HSU visited last Tuesday at the Martin Molinder home. Mrs. Harry Lindie and daughter, Maurine are spending a week at Clear Lake where Mrs. Lindie Is taking medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. A. Prang and daughter, Janice and Mrs. Eva Harner of Good Thunder, Minn., visited at the G. B. Harner home in Swea City a week ago last Sunday. Other relatives who met there and enjoyed a picnic dinner were the J. E. Harner and Fred McGregor families. BUSINESSMEN PLAN WESLEY DAY Wesley: A meeting of the Wesley business and professional men was held Thursday night in the Klelnpet- er hnll and it wns decided to sponsor a Wesley Day. A definite date was not set but will be some time | for the occasion were Mrs." Hugh Mrs. Eva Gardner Has 85th Birthday Irvington: Mrs. Eva Gardner celebrated her ?5th birthday last Thursday, June 23, at the home of her son, Delos, in Union township and in honor of the occasion the annual Gardner reunion was held with a picnic dinner at noon. Children of Mrs. Gardner, who were present from the second to the tenth of August. The different committees are to hold a meeting Monday night to make further plans for the celebration. Gravel Streets In Town |Raney\ Mrs. Chas. Patterson of Hurt, Mrs. Chester Bailey, Floyd nnd Austin Gardner all of Algona, also the families of the above named. Mrs. Gardner was born in New York state in 1853. When still a where the family lived for many years. Although Mrs. Gardner's health now does not permit her to be very active, she still retains a keen mind and keeps up on the political news of the day. Mothers, Daughters Will Meet June 30 Union: The Union Mothers nnd Daughters club will meet on June j 30th with Mary DeGrnw the assisting hostess being Julia Dearrhs. Roll call wns answered by giving thr> name of n famous hero. Magazine article. "Roots" was given by Mn? Dr. and Mrs. Ruske, Family Leave on Visit Fenton: Dr. nnd Mrs. E. W. Ruske and sons, Ward, Kaye and Lynn, and the doctor's mother, Mrs. Emma Ruske. left Wednesday for n, three weks' visit with the doctor's brother. Ray, and family at Colorado Springs, Colo. Mrs. Emma Ruske will remain for a several month's visit. Several hundred yartis of gravel' smnn child her parents moved to Etherington: discussion of Parl iamentary law, Mrs. Oo. St. John are being dumped on Wesley side 111., later coming to Iowa and lo- streets this week. J. L. Studer, A!-1 eating in Plum Creek township and patriotic music by the club, fred Nelson and E. C. Hutchinson ! • are hauling it from the pit four \ and a half miles east on the old route of highway 18. Mr. and ters. Norman n. Emerson and son. Billy, of St. Ijouis, Mo., are spending their vacation at the home of his mother, Mrs. Gee. Emerson. They spent a few days in Des Moines on their way here, with his sister, Mrs. George Foley. William Hoppes Celebrate Thirtieth Wedding Recently LuVerne: Mrs. Florence Hynes and Lucille Neal, Winnebago, Minnesota, came Friday to help her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hopple east of Lu Verne, celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary. In the evening about 75 neighbors and friends gathered at the Hoppe home in honor of the occasion. Several from Lu Verne attended. Eldon Ravlin is working with the Pioneer Hybrid Seed Company at Algona. Porothy Goctz went to Mason City Tuesday and Wednesday morning submitted to a nasal operation in the Mercy hospital. A son was born to Pr. and Mrs. James Adams of Akron, Ohio, Friday night. Pr. F. L. Adams is the boy's grandfather. Mrs. J. V. Richtsmeier, Mlra and the Clarence Rlchtsmeiers and two children were Fathers' Day visitois at the Nathan Studer home. R. L. Richardson of Blooming Prairie, Minn., visited several days the past week with his son and wife, Pr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease drove to Hanlontown Friday evening to get Sterling who has been visiting relatives there for the past two weeks. The Emil Wester and Paul Engen houses have received new coats pf paint the past week and the trimming on the A. L. Klelnpeter house and the Hauptman garage has been completed. Leo Waldschmidt, farmer living northeast of town, reported that he has in 270 acres of corn, over 200 of which is hybrid. He expected to be through cultivating it for the second time this week. Tuesday, he finished putting up 30 loads of alfalfa from 16 acres of land. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease and Loren drove to Hanlontown Sunday June 19, where they attended the ordinaation of her nephew, M. Harold Rye, Son of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Rye into the Norwegian Lutheran pastorship. The Rev. N. Astrup Larson of Ames, district president, was ordination speaker. The Rev. and Mrs. Rye will have a pastorate at Slood Wood, Minn. Mrs. Alf Studer and Mrs. Jack Haverly took the latter's mother, Mrs. Mathilda Johnson to Ames on Tuesday morning and from there she will go to Cedar Falls for a visit with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fergeson. Mrs. Studer and Mrs. Haverly then drove to Mason City to meet Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haverly and Mrs. Joe Kleinpeter who came in on the train from California. The latter folks will visit relatives around Wesley for two weeks. Our store has always been headquarters for summer furniture in Algona. We have never been ahle to make any money on this lino but we do have a lot of fun putting a price on it. that brings hundreds of folks to our store for the bargains. A dozen Big Umbrellas for the lawn going at St. Benedict Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mitchell, Waterloo, and visiting tfcelr daughter, Mrs. G. H. Beck. Mrs. O. H. Adamfl, and her son Larry are visiting the former's parents at Des Molnes. Bobby Nicosen, Rolfe, is spending several weeks with his Bister, Mrs. William Beck. Mrs. William Krumm is recuperating from a severe heart attack. ^ Ruth Estle'Weds Caleb Hartshorn Swea-Eagle: Ruth Estle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray, Estie of Ledyard and Caleb Hartshorn of this community were married June 4, at Easton. Minn. The bride is a graduate of Ledyard high school. The groom is a graduate of Swea City high school and for the past two years has helped his father on the farm where they will make th£ir home at present. Home from Honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Clark, who were married June 15, have gone to housekeeping in a tenant house on the farm of Mr. Clark's father in Eagle township. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Looft, who were married June 15, returned this week Tuesday from a trip to the Black Hills and have gone to housekeeping at Armstrong, where Mr. Looft Is employed in his father's meat market Entertain 8. S. Cliuw Mrs. OUp Jensen and Mrs. Lewis Eckholm entertained the Baptist Ladies Builders class at the Eckholm home last Thursday evening. A review of the past month's business and lessons were discussed. A large number were present and a lunch was served by the hostesses. Many Farm Improvement* A new barn was built and repairing of other farm buildings done on the farm where Carl Ratha li\^ A new barn was also built on th- Erickson Bros, farm where Geo. live*. Considerable repair work ha* been done on the James Kucbynka farm. Remodeling of toe house at The Emil Arndorfera have a new electric frigidaire. Phillip Amaji, Sexton, was a caller at Mrs. Anne Huschka's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Anderson. Renwlck, visited the John McKe- mas Sunday. George Ludwig, Gregory. Studer, and John Ludwig fished at, Lust Island Sunday. Mre. Paulina Harlg, Wesley, an aunt of Mrs. Dan Froehlich, is spending a week here. Victor Kollash, studying for the priesthood at Nazarene, Wis., is at home for the summer. The Everett Stuesys, Maooi City, were at Al Rosenmeyer' 5 ;, Mrs. Josephine Roaenmeyer's Sunday. Dominic Stuflick and Mr. and Mrs. August Harlg, Algona, attended the ball game here Sunday. Hev. Father Kramer made a trip to Fairmont last week Wednesday to visit a brother wlio conducts a hatchery there. Henry Grandgeiiett, employed at Bancroft, John Grandgenet, employed at Algona, were here fur Sunday with the home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Theo Potthoff, Halbur, went home Saturday after » week with relatives here, and Mrs. Simons accompanied them for a week with relatives there. A ball game between St. Benedict and Ottosen Sunday was exciting, and it was well mended The locals won, 5-1. St. Benedict playe at Kanawha next Sunday. Leo Ludwig attended a traf shoot at Webster C'ity Sunday, and the Harold Henlgare accompanied him for the day at Waterloo with Harold's mother, sisters, and brother. Mre. Dornbier and her daughter Celia were Saturday guests of another daughter, Mrs. Viola Potter, west of Algona and from there drove to West Bend to Bee the grotto. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erdmanu, of Marshalltown, daughter Ila. Marie, and son Roger were er Sunday at Ben Kunkel's. Kenneth Spaugler, Garner, spent Sunday (here and at the J. T. Lallier's. The Leo Millers, Plum Creek Mrs. Agnes Miller, Algonu, Mr. and Mre. August Fehr, and Caroline Arndorfer hud dinner at Herbert Arndorfei's Sunday in celebration of Mrs. Fehr's birthday. The J. O. Downs family, Grace Lee. and Thersa and Marlene Arndorfer drove to Beliuond Sunday and visited the Brooks Shetland pony farm. J. O.'s late father, near Wealey, used to raise and sell many Shetland ponies. Mrs. Carrie Erickson, son Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Erickeon, and the Floyd Ericksona attended the 50ih anniversary of the founding of the Baptist church at Bancroft Sunday. The Reva. A. B. Hubbard, lola, Mont.; and Brydoa, Boone, later called on the Ericksons here, Wesley Junior Nine Drubs Forest City Wesley: The Wesley junior team defeated Forest City there Tuesday afternoon by a score of 9 to 0. Jfflin Bottom and Mike Lloyd did the pitching. Mike Lloyd and Bob Studer played with Bancroft, county champions county titleholders at Bancroft, on Wednesday in the county elimination play and will go to Forest City with Bancroft. The two local boya are to play with the Kossuth champions as long as that team IB In he running. Lawn Tallies of steel made to hold umbrella, special $ 3.98 $ 4.98 Heavy stripped canvas folding chairs for the porch and lawn. Easy to carry to a restful shady spot. The greatest bargain we have ever offered. Only 89C We also carry a complete line of Aerolux Porch Shades in stock. Keeps that porch cool and also closes for sleeping purposes. Call us today for estimate. Richardson's Furniture Co. West of Court House the Philip Holcombu and a new' parilcylarly to see Kugene, who basement and repairs on the Robert! was unable to go to Buucroft. SUMMER APPAREL » you must have Cool Summer Clothes that make you feel smartly dressed for traveling, for vacation, for morning till evening wear. Suits of linen and sharkskin— dresses of sheer cotton, silk, linen or lace. Topper of nub- by fabric, linen or washable sharkskin and all at prices you can afford. Cool Classfc Suits $4.95 Crisp, wrinkle-resistant suits for real Summer chic! Snug Jackets, slim or flared skirts. White and pastels. Misses' sizes. Cool Summer Frocks Smart cotton frocks, silk linens, Shantung, both plain and prints. (Jorgeon.s linen frocks with smart neck lines and new skirts, sizes lH to 20 and :58 to 48. $1.98 and $2.98 New Classic Toppers Wear them everywhere with everything. Useful coats with broad shoulders. Neat necklines in taffeta, linen, washable suede cloth and light wools. $4.95 others at 2.95 Kresensky's •&'

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