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The Algona Upper Pea Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Julj 6,1938 Death of Washington Reported in Old Paper Sale of Colored Girl Was Advertised in Early Journal Death Takes Infant Son of Mr. and Mr«. Ernest Bruellman West Bend: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bruellman mourn the loss of their three months old son. who died in Iowa was still an unexplored tfilderness and the Little Corporal the hospital at Fort Dodge, Thurs- Jfapoleon was keeping good British uny morning, citizens from sleeping nights when a paper, brought into the Upper Des Moines office last week, was published. Mrs. Chapman, the possessor of The little one had not been well since birth. There are t\vo other children in the family. The funeral services were he!d Friday afternoon 2:30 at the Apostolic church, with the newspaper, is living for a time Rev. Joseph Banwart conducting In Algona with Miss Mary Streit. j the services. Burial was in the Most interesting part of the paper; church cemetery. Mrs. Richard Cle-nl has been en i the sick Jist the past ten days. Rev. and Mrs. H. J. Needing were business visitors at Algona Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dav are NATTRE COOPERATES TO WHIP DEPRESSION-Tulsa. Oklanoma: Spl. CFI photo to Algona Upper Des Moines bv Lori Scott. Tulsa. Oklahoma: Spring and summer rains have changed the semi-arid ranges of Oklahoma into luxuriant pastures and hundreds of thousands of cattle are being moved now into the eastern half of Oklahoma to finish the season in the Osage and Ozark hills. Old time ranchers claim Eastern Oklahoma will be able to pasture more than half a million head of fat cattle this summer and fall. The Ulster County Gazette, is the account it carries of the death and funeral services of George Washington, first president of the United States. Black Border* l%wd The paper was the first issue printed dated Frances Chambers, Corwith, Weds Merle Holt, Ottoseti i after his death and although' t!le parents of a son born Saturdsv Saturday. Jan. 4. 1783. irn3, ! n '' or n"ng. This is their first child, doubtless the first official news of i Roderick Black of Tulsa, Okli- the death of of the great soldier- statesman. In honor of the dead leader the two inside pages on which accounts appeared had heavy black borders, column rules, and "cut-off rules. J*ublishers of the newspaper were numbered 88. Volume n. The paper had four pages of four columns .each and is just about the size of the Saturday Shopper published homa. came Monday to spend his vacation here with his grandmother. Mrs. J. C. Kongsbach and other relatives. Mrs. Ivan Hunt of Del Monte California, is visiting in the home of her mother. Mrs. L. J. Kohler Mrs. Hunt was Mable Wilderman before her marriage. She will remain until August The Bay View club held its annual picnic Tuesday at the home of by the two Algona newspapers. It, M-- AJ 01 T-C. //» "" haa been kept in a family Bible " ! Mr " . Ad . a Sioan ' The afternoon was Is rather creased but the paper is not yellowed and the printing i= very clear. " Letter from Also contained In this issue is the first letter from congress to the new playing games and Mrs. na Dewitt held the highest scorc. V picnic lunch was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wutrich and six children returned to their home at Pu.'aski. Iowa. Tuesday morn- congress to : i.i?. Mrs. Wutrich was formerly president. John Adams.! Louisa Barm-art, the daughter of " " le " ew ' s of Was h'n?ton's ' Rev. Jos. Banwart. She has sister? was a poem m eulogy-, written and brothers living around here oy an anonymous young lady and : who she visited another poem was used as an ad-! Mr . and Mrs . Xorman D , Eroer . _ .'"on and son. Billy and Mrs. Roo- •' trt Shea left Wednesday for I)-si Moines to visit in the home of his] .-i.-ter. -Mr?. Gto. Folty. Thpy have: been here visiting with his mother, j Mrs. George Emerson. The Emcr- .-'.-n:- live in St. Louis. Mo., ,-rnd Mrs. following except indicates. Luther Andres & Co. have this d-;v Been opening poods both brigl-'t and gay. i Foreign news was obtained through private letters and they evidently were not very accurate for VIRGINIA THOMAS WEDS RAYMOND WEHRSPANN Couple United in Ceremony at Fort Dodge, Iowa Ottosen: A pretty wedding was solemnized at 12 o'clock noon on Thursday at Wraywoad in Fort Dodge, when Miss Virginia Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Thomas of Fort Dodge, became the bride of Raymond Wehrspann. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wehr- spann of Ottosen. The Rev. E. J. Otto of West Bend officiated, us- as best m ing a double ring ceremony. ' Bride Wears White The bride wore nn anlde length white lace dress with a finger tip Couple Will Beat Home In Ottosen After July 15 FUNERAL SERVICES WERE HELD FOR MRS. CORA DRINNAN AT SENECA Ottosen: At four o'clock on Thursday. June 30. at the home of the bride's parents. Miss Frances Chambers, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs. H. O. Chambers of Corwith. was united in marriage to Merle Holt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Holt of Ottosen. The Rev. K. W. G. Killer of Corwith officiated, using a single ring ceremony. The bride wore an ankle length white satin dress with a long flow- ins veil and carrieoT a corsage of Talisman roses and sweet peas Attended by Verna Holt She was attended by Miss Verna Holt, sister of the groom, who wore Swea City: Funeral services were held. Saturday afternoon at the Presbyterian church in Armstrong for Mrs. Cora Drinnan. widow oi Jerry Drinnan. who preceded her in death less than a year ago. Mrs. Drinnan was born Cora Brayton and was a daughter of R. L. Brayton. one of the earlier pioneers of Seneca township and at the time of her death was the only remaining resident of Seneca township who lived there prior to 1870. She had been in failing health for several months. About a month ago she went to a hospital in Estherville because of a heart condition, returning to her home about two reeks ago. She died Thursday, i June 30. about four o'clock in the norning. She leaves to mourn her passing. \vo sons. Robert and Ross Kessel: v.-o daughters. Elsie Kessel and lada. who is married and living in 'hoenix. Arizona, and a foster son. Ralph Drinnan, who lives at the lome in Seneca. Burial was in the Fish cemetery in Seneca, where she was laid to rest with her husband, her former husband. Xels Kessel. and an infant daughter. Petersons last Friday were A. W. Udy and daughter of Blue Earth, father and sister of Mrs. Peterson, and her grandfather. W. A. Witter who lives in the Old Soldier's Home at Marshalltown. Contractor B. F. Lane of Minneapolis started work Tuesday with a crew of three to replace the old water tank with a new one of the ] same capacity. They found the tower in much worse condition than anticipated and at this writing the water service is still being main- Mr and Mrs. Hal Skilling. The Armour Lemkees, Edward Mawdsleys. Lee Col wells, Hal Skillings and O. L. Miller, attended the celebration at Algona the Fourth. Harry Brennedke of Hawkeye, was a week end guest at the Armor Lemkee home. On Sunday the Lemkee family spent the day at Clear Lake. Miss Cassie Skilling arrived on Friday morning from Baltimore, Maryland, to spend the Fourth o July with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Dick Skilling. Mrs. Stella Terhune was hostes? last Thursday at her home to th» local Aid society. During the next two months the regular meetings Kr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch were Sunday callers at the home of Mrs Fitch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas Clarke of Britt. Other guests at the Clarke home for the day who are known here, were Mr. and Mis John Raney of Livermore and Mr' and Mrs. Walter Davfs and daughter of Moorhead, Minn. Mrs. Davis is better known here as the former Mnttie Raney. tained by pumping'water direct into j will be discontinued. the mains. The Junior American Out of town guests at the Fred Auxiliary girls met Tuesday afternoon with Kathryn Anderson. The regular meeting of the Am crican Legion Auxiliary will be held Tuesday. July 5th. Installation of officers will take place. The new officers are: president. Mrs. Will Peters: first vice president, Mrs Harold Hedges: second vice president, Mrs. Carl Anderson; secretary, Mrs. Wm. Barker; treasurer. I Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Barrett of Legion i Troy, Iowa, are spending the sum- Mrs. Harold Jones; chaplain, Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson; sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. Anna Clark; historian, Mrs. Wm. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson were at Forest City Friday attending the funeral of Mrs. Nellie Haroldson, mother of Mrs. Wm. Nelson. Mr*. John Origer, St. Joe, Operated Upon Last Week St. Joe: Mrs. John Origer underwent an operation at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital. Tuesday. Agnes Kirsch is attending to the household duties at the Origer home. Mrs. Theresa Hammer of Irvington spent several days at the William Hammer home the past week. rived Monday morning, for a visit of a month with her mother. Mrs. . . Nellie Van Allen. Mrs. Keith will mer months at the home of Mts, Barrett's parents, Mr. and Mrs Chas. Raney. at Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. John Mullica nnd two sons.( Larry and Billy and Mrs. W. F. Mullica all of Detroit. Mich., arrived at the George Hackman Sr., home recently for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Simmons of Cedar Falls visited last week at the David King home. Mrs. Simmons, mother of Lester, returned with them for an indefinite stay. Miss Joella Aiken, sister of Mrs. Geo. Hackman, Jr., was a guest at the Hackman Sr., home recently. Miss Aiken is dean of women nt a girls' school in Virginia. The Friendly Hour woman's club of Riverdale township will enter tain their husbands and families at their anual picnic on Wednesday, Safety Sam Says . be remembered as Evelvn Van Allen. ard D. Schmitz and son. Storm Lake of Mr. of July 6. The event will be held in the pasture at the Mike Leners home. In the recent county Conserva" tion contest sponsored for the jun- were guests at the iors, Eugene Colwell. high winner, had accredited to his points the Before the ceremony. Miss Elaine Chambers, cousin of the brid-> ' fnns "Because of You." The wed-! "'"? march by Mendelssohn w Robert B. Eggen of Fort Dodge; end Marguerite J. Myers of Hum-! boldt, were married at the Trinity Lutheran parsnoage Saturday even- ning at 7:30 o'clock with Rev. P. J. . Braner officiating. Walter and Nor- evening to spend the week end ma Gottschalk. both of Fort Dodee »TlH tHo 1^r»M».*K feA*>a :__... ° hunting for this destructive bird. The odds of the careful motorist are about 9 to 1 in his favor. There would be fewer accidents If he took 1 to 100 chances. ARE VOU SURE ABOUT YOUR CAR? Let's give It a complete 1 n- spection, it's the safe way to do. Wm. C. Dau Garage Towing Service Repairing, Fender find Body Work Painting 125 S. Dodge Phone 105 Richnrd Thul in the Fourth here. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gales ar>d family enjoyed a visit last week from Mrs. Gales' father nnd her •- ....p. - . •••••j - -•- — .- *-«VJH4Vl^^L>llH \\ tIS ' . .. _, veil and carried a white prayer! Played by Mrs. John Mullins cf! . Otner and nls wlfe from Watkins. .'.'hea. who is n dr.ushtcr of the Ge.i. I hon Foleys. lives in Iowa City. She book with streamers of and lilies-of-the vallev. rib- J Wesley, sister of the bride Bft-' She I t- v nnd Marlys Mullins. niece. Minn, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Plathe a;-- Wench Among advert. nt wns e-i« which announced: //or Sale. The one half of a saw mill and also a stout. healthy, active Negro wench. Any person inclined to purchase may know particulars by applying to John Schoonmaker, jun. at Rochester. Except in size the paper fund- from the Upper Des Moines today We do not, however, have any "bonnet paper" for sale. That is on« sen-ice which is now handled bv some of our advertisers. , Kran , t Fo|ev attcnrled by Miss Mereditn | t: '-e bride, were Mower girls. Th"yi (>om Panied by Mr. and Mrs. William " sistc-r of the bride, w:!0' u " ore white and peach dresses and ! Hammer from here and Mr. wore an ankle length pink lace dress \ carried baskets of roses. " WESTERNRANCHER VISITS IN LUVERNE ^. ,, t nu, v tut i»tiptr lunil- I i f\ f\f\f\ • • amentally i s not B reatly different > 10(000 Acres m OllC Tract: frnm th» TT*A»-.n». T^«_ •»»_: . ' Impressed by North Iowa Beauty UNEMPLOYED ARE SLOW TO FILE BENEFIT CLAIMS Only 18 Registered at Employment Office on Saturday LuVernt: Guests at the Chambers nnd Hof home Ir.st wpek were Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hudson and Mr! and Mrs. Merle Brouse, of Valentine. Xob. The Hudsons attended the u-eddinR Friaay of Frances Chambers near Corwith. Mrs. Hu-1- j Jon being a cousin of the Cham-' btrs brother.". They had left Valentine June 1'. ar.d )nd been visiting and sightseeing in the Oz:m:s in southern Missouri ;-.r.d ;;t variou- plate* ir Ir,-..--,. T (-'- Hu'!--,r.«, have a rand: r,f ov -r •i.'fx.'j ntrt-- and the Arouse., live in the groom, acted as best man , n r ceremony, a three Have Violin. Tiano .Music ^ w^^^^dS th^tid^i Jlrs. \\. G. Byerhoff played the ] table. The house was beautiful- piano and Mrs. Frederick Feneli. j lv decorated in white and peach Jr.. of Rochester. X. Y.. played the cr ''Pe paper with ferns and roses violin. The bride was given in mar- Guests were Rev. and Mrs K riage by her father, O. W. Thomas, j ^". G. Hiller. Mr. and Mrs. H O Following the ceremony a thr:e | Chambers of Corwith Mr and M-s '" " nnd drove to LeSeuer. Minn.. Tuesday evening to attend the wedding dnn-c of Mr. Hammer's niece. course dinner was served. Leave on Trip Those from Ottosen who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wehr- spann and sons. Elmer. Donald and Leo and Verna Holt and Rev. anJ Mrs. E. J. Otto of West Bend. The couple left on a wedding trip and will live on the W. R Wehr- spann farm. Peter Holt and daughters. Marga Gerdies Family Goes To Reunion, Picnic Gerled: The Ole Gerdis family at' dha Fo " rth ° f July picnic at Scha " mber S home at Buffalo day and a half of the film'-' w-is over S.-iturday noon, (jf- of the compensation com- miv,,on have set 2% . 1S the Ilumber oi job insurance claimants th--v expect will appear at the Algona ,A- »„ u mg tht " rit W "k Of Julv Al! who seek to file claims agair.^ the unemployment compensation commission mmt be registered in the files of the emp!oy lm . n , .„,-,.. ,. t I'r.ivtr-ity t ff.'.ir [,! tt:•. . 1'.:.•!'.{--i in •-•.'•::••! in tha •-nr.v-.;:-!. The.--.- !:-.<> four distinct sr..; s'--.tc ar.(i the one a' \_dli-r.iinf- i= for the !--ir.dhi!l ri-eior. They f orr.ir.'-nUd on the beauty of northern Iowa :\: this .season of t!v >'• -ar whirh anyone who has visited tho-.e pans of .Vcbra.-J:u car f lite. COWITHGIRL TOWED SOON Frances Chambers Honored at Shower, Presented j With Gifts and Mav s Mr and Mrs LorVn! Cente , r ' Wh " e the Gerdis » nd Honl; Daniels and sons. Keith and Con '" ^''"^ """'- -" ley of Cttosen: Mr. ar.d Mrs. Sam Hudson of Nebraska, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jacobs and Pattv Ann of Wen Bend: Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holt of Arnolds Park. Mr. and Mrs. John Mullins and children of Vlesley. Mr. an3 Mrs. Earl Cham- were in attendance. Week end guests at the H. W. Miller home were Mr. Miller's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Miller. an aunt. Miss Emma Miller nnd his sister. Leona Miller, all of MnpJe- ton. Minnesota, and Mr. Miller's brother and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Miller of Minnesota Lake. Minnesota. Leona will remain to visit the remainder of the week. § IRVINGTON NEWS bers and son. Xorman. Mr and Mrs. Leonard Mullins nnd son Hou-ard. nnd Kenneth Wagner all of Corwith. ' Attended Iowa State TJieb r;de is a graduate of th.> i. or with high school and attend".] Iowa State Tcar-hers' college For f-- J'.IM three years she has bc-.-n ...,.: grade teacher in the West E<>~d Ins?: M hool. " ( T.'ic- proorn is a graduate of •'-•' frti).,.f: iii-h school. relatives gathered for a reunion Mrs. Peter Kramer. Mrs. Bi Gerdis and Mrs. Ted Gerdis visiti recently at the Ole Gerdis home. The Rev. Bronleewe and wife o the Swea City Baptist church, wer evening visitors in the Finn homi on Friday evening. Eunice, daughter of Ed Dontje was quite ill for a time this week f.nd an operation for appendicitis seemed advisable but the young lady recovered without undergoing one He is in' insurance agent for the Farmer; J'.iMl ion-.,,any. They left on H "l>n-; trip and plan to he at tht ; r ne in Otto-en July 13. M :;r. ajir.rt- terday. .Every claimant must have hia s 0 cial security number with him wh, 'i* nit-s his claim. It he have that identification ... t c im-nt service staff cannot doe . Although persons are ^compensation a 10 rile < :-.;;"..''!' woii.f-r I. .-, j_<ro !<i"-! t!.- • Mill,It I.,- I. ,a v.'.Jli more than "'.•> low I-rov:- Ralph Dwight is the narr.e chosen •'.v Mr. and Mr., Dwight Hardgrove .or their .,on, who wa-, born at UK- r.ome of hi., ^randmothtr. Mr., Kn'e Barton. June 27. The nardgrave* 1 i-'-rne is at Algona. T::t-_ Verne .Sloi.es. Mason City a:.<j tr.fr F,y Tht,m;,.rf,rt, Eag.'t Gro:v.l »; c;.t Tuc-sday with Mrs. H E. Pe.t- ' Tr.ey also attended the fun•'••'. '•'• -V:- W H Gr,.J!r r y. A'.zijr * Mrs Pe.'.zKe s brother, p. H. Ru:«:i. 2D-BALLTILTS ON TAP TONIGHT C^rwi'h-Fairview: A rni-cellan- 'Oii-. shower was he-Id at the W. H. Me marr. home a week a;;o last Fri'jay in honor of Miss Franre., Chambers, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. H. O. Chambers. Mrs. A. E. Mullin, was. as-!i.~tant hostess. Various forms of entertainment occupied! the afternoon and Miss Chambers v.-a:, presented with a lovely collec- After the unwrapping gifts a dainty lunch was of the served. Mr ar.<j Mr.- Jake S< hubert. Marcella ar.tl Lucille. Mr. and Mrs. i-.c.-.r.eth Grrgiijii and son, and Gent .-':.i]man drove to Sutherland a v.etr: ago last Sunday to attend a leijr.ior. ,.( the Brahrner family. Miss I'-e'.ty Bagtn.stoc-k of Holstein, a n:eie c/f Mr-. S'. hubert, rtturni d :.- '.:.:• 'A'.'h t.'je/r. A U'.'oj], nf Inends anil relative., ;-• -T.cr.-.j •;• t Friets of 1 spent Tuesday at the Finn home arid the ladies attended the sho.-- ing of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" at Swea City in the evening. Mr,. D. O. Friets is taking a short vacation at the Dolmage hospital :n Buffalo Center. While there she was visited by the stork wm ! left a tine tight pound son. This makes a fine family of two bov.-, and two j.'irls for this well Itnown Onni^t-i i *.» . °! fi - mil >'. Gerled extends n warm OOCletlCS and ClubS ? I welcome to this young man as do % ;,lso th - ' C-'O'O'O to the Honors Sister ! tale of " n ' er brudder." Mrs. Walter Roberts entertained at an afternoon party, Thursday afternoon, honoring her sister Anna Rose Bass, who is a guest it tht? Roberts' home. There were four tables of bridge in play. Mrs H M Potter. Mrs M. H. Doherty. and Mrs. R. W. Anderson were the re- of the high prizes. tert lancheon was served. A des-1 llurrithy Shutto mill IVarl Wulk, fru n , , -- -- , .r are spending the wtelt at Lake -Mrs. Roberts also entertained at Okoboji bridge Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walker returned a few days ago from a western trip. Herman Becker, Kenneth Rontv and Lee Colwell were fishing at Lost Island last Thursday. Miss Zoe Burge of Cedar Rapids visited last week with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Park. Frank Asa and family motored to Waterloo, leaving early Sunday morning, and visited with relatives. Mrs. Edward Blanchard has betn III the past week. Her children have been guests of their grandparents at Lone Rock. The Misses Roberta and Marguerite Skilling were week end guests at the home of their parent.* Furniture We have real Values, for you in Suites, Rugs & Odd Pieces See Us for Real Values Foster Furniture Company &»^%^! s S»5'-.irE rw ' O:-;: BOYS RETURN FROM LONG TRIP Wt.-ley: J iof.,ld Ci-.-.t!(..s Jr ;..r-i Uorothy K.-,,ii, ar. 1 fri-.-i.d 11 - r< ' ' Broke .,( 0>kai, ,.;,a retained tarly Thursday inon.li.g frou. a ;-.•.•„ v . t ,. r . auto tiip thiou^'h ti.e >ve-: <,:, v/i.'./ri they covered b> tier tn-.n I, i, >•> m:l TlKV \'!>itt-'i 1,-i ;I.. e . :,; -, v -. , fright tcLm,; 111 ni(,.-t ,,f t;,.,. x/l ...tej'." tlates and al.,o in (••,,, ..,;.. 2,000 At Iowa State Brand Convention Approximately 2 M'."; pelruli, :.• tended the eleven::, ai::.:.,! ;n,' • held l-.i-,t Thui. a-.y . : tl.,." j ''..-. , State Brand Crejir.erii - I:., t;-.. third largest coopi. ran. ing association in the U. Last year's busine.v, v ed as the best in the hist asociation which has stant increases. ,•-- h.ome of Mr iin.i !;>.:!r:sl(-r.er last v.'eek •i.,i;^ for a surprise par- |.rt--.«.-r:t were Mr. :-.Ji£i • •:•• Mr., Jlarry Wi.-k: ifr- \V;:!:er Thoiii;,- ::..- .'.^,-.0.0, Mr. ;.n-i --::•; Mr. and Mi, :<r!.-.or. Mr ;:i,,J Mr, Mr, \Varren M-In- .or Mr ai.-i Mr.-.. K,v h:.'i f-.rr.:;y and Mr^. •-.:.'i dau^nter. Judy. , v.-ere iervt-d ar.d Mr .r.v.i-lttr were |,re.,er.t- t 'r.. Char its Murr ar.d Mr a.-.d Mr.,. J. P. .d f-ijn:iy - .tended tne :•• -••-•jr,ion hfcid at tr.-.- • \ J --.ii'. r.t^ar ForL L>od^..- .r.day. i t-ived the ISriilce fluti— Mrs. H. c Hargreaves entertain- e-1 l-.er r.ridge < hit; member- at a ' '•" '" •" ''• i : "i' heon. Wednesday •:.:irnoijn ('uvt i , were laid for •-./i.t. Afr.- C, li Cook won thu n.^ri -.ore [in.,.,. .\f r , (j,, ;ir Kri, k••o^n. the st'ci.nd hit-h [ rize. ar.d Mr.,. W 1"> ifiiwit won !j;e < c/ii.,olatioii .Mr. and Mr-t. K. J. Luing and family and Max King are bpendin Mr. nnd Mi--,. IJ.-rnard Yroinun are the i,arent.-> of a son born at tiu- Ki..-.,uth hospital. .Sund.iy. July ';. 'J'i.ii !.-> their second buy. Omar lit-lly left for Oiniiha, Mon- <iay. win-re he will attend summer si hool at Crtighton L'mver.sity, aiu; hei-'in training for football. Ireiu- ( apesilis and Tick Ifurl'-y of Mason City wert week end visitors at the home of Irene's parent-,. -Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cape.,ius. K. it. Waller of St. I'aul vikiU-d :.t the home of his son and wife. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller from -Saturday until this morning (Tues- ',': of the H<- t;. Pa.r:. a-:d t ::•.,, n. , ornpai Htyt of Ha-.-e Grace and Ma Hi-l.o (luf>— Mi- .Nfaurire -Bartholomew enter:a,n,.-d the Hi-Lo bridj.',.- , lur, ,; her h ;tne. Tuesday evening. Mrs' Jot Hang won the high prize and tne iow prize went to Mrs W P H---m;.hill. Mr,. John Frankl anj ••'', \\- I). Hov.-u- were guests of,,,,,v, the club. I Mr. arid Mrs. Jack Hilton and i Ida HaJpin drove to the Tivin Cities O W Kri, k „„ ,„, , - . f ° r ' he Week enj - and wiii vis 't =.t a on^^'i^^or'Tu"^ 1^^°™"'" ^"' Charl °"*- whi '« : ^ l 'j^K^ n ' ] ^\^'^l The T,l,,Jly Lutheran Ladie. Aid Mi, \V I.,, Ho-.vie .and Mr',' H ( ,'. meL ' ta Thursday afternoon at two Hargreavc, v. ere al.o uu'e.,t. The ' 'i, ^ '" the l ' hurch ' jarlors wi; h atu-rnoor, wa, b , Jcri t at bnd'-'e j talk and Mra ' Ha KS as host- — o— Birthday Lum-hton— M o! l. n.,rk.,t- . ., re, i.rt- ory of the con- Frankl Reelected To Irvington Job Irvington Visitors Irvington: Mr. and Mrs. Kalp'u Campbell and son, puarie, oi Suii- t. ca, brought Mrs. Alice Duryea to her home in Irvington last Thur. 3 - iiay uileriwun after all t.\t(.'iidt<l vi j- il at the Canipbtdl home. Duaue has butfic'ieiilly recovered fruru his rriticul illnei.s to be permitted to .lake short motor trips. r l: K LuVerne Boy Sees Mil waukee Ry. Wreck l-jVerr...-: Mr.-. S K pj.iUij,., ,.,. e'i a letter from her son Ern- vvho i.vtj at M.)..-., City. M<,u- ' J l!-.:i;jg about l.ls Malt to the wreck of the Milwitu- : ' Olympian" limited. ; - -o— H> Iping Hand Society— Tne I'r t . ; oytet;an Helping Hand :^<< uty n.c-tt., Thursday afternoon at li :-;ij o'cioik at the church. The no,trt.v t , will be Mrs. Carl .Sp tl .ht, -Mr.,. L. J. l;e<;niw, Mrs. Albert OKICII. Mrs. Carl Wauge and Mr,. <j f.' Barton. Baptist Aid— 'J'he Baptist Aid meets Thursday Mi Ur. mid Mrs. Arlo Adams of !)<•» Moints relumed to their home thi.-, /norning (Tuesday) after visiting tince Saturday at the home of Mr and Mrs. Ben Sorensen. -Mr. <ui<J .Mru. K. H. Uiller spent the week end and the Kourth at Winner. South Dakota, as guests of Mr. arid Mrs, Verne Smith. Mrs Smith is Mr. Miller's sister. _.„„„.. Theodora Larson and Frances at the home of Mrs. Leslie Jeukiul; L: »rsoii of Chicago arrived Monday 'Iho.-e who have no way of going! "lorning for a visit with their re- and those v.-ho have cars to use, i s Ptctive parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted arc- to meet at thu church at two ^raon, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lar'•'••'• ••'• son. •v, , „ i ****"• *'«•""!< Webster of Htuneston Mr. ami MM. HiUiawi J. Uooley \ Iowa, left last week Monday after DEALER! NORTH THORINGTON a Buick hear Other otiictr- aii Homer I.n.dlioi .-.i i A. Johnson and Fi i urrtd about tv.'o weeli f o'clock. eck '.va., about 28 Hiilts rid u... party ii;-j S ti, u,,, all at liood J from Weal Bend, WUcouwa. w.itcj I u week tm j visit at the iiom7of" M V h the v.reck. When i at the J r rw.,.i..,. i * .. . . i .» ,-. ,, „ w * *"» they found workmen ! Fourth. J. Dooiey home for the i and Mrs. C. H. Taylor. Rev We , , ""a Dooiey of Des Moines i ster is a former Baptist miniat the top of the sleeper came with them, William and Hila i of Algona. etyier.e Corthes to get j are children of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooiey. Mr». Lloyd Keith uud bon, Aluu 1 Palmer of Glendale, Culifornia, <tr- W E are happy and pleased to announce the opening of a new sales and service dealership fur Buick in this section. We are happy because this enterprising organization chose Buick as the car it prefers to represent-«e are pleased because this new dealer enlarges by just that much the sales and service facilities available to Buick's good friends among motorists. We know you .will be more than Pleased "iihiheaitcni-on y uu receive "'•^ new dealership. Vouwi|lfind "* llne " f ™ r * complete, ii s service pn.mpi and expert, its people courte- «us und friendly. \Vehopc you will drop in soon, if for «o other reason than to say "Howdy!" ^muilUeea»i,,ccarand meet a >"e «>rganizalion- yim rea| , oujh , '"know both of them better! BUICK MOTOR DIVISION «NUAl UOTOU IAU. CO "-WT, MICHIGAN YOU* MONgy OOH VAUTHM IN A GENilAl MOTOM CM

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