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The Algona Upper DM MoteM, Algona, Iowa, July 19,1938 'OTES Janet Zerfass Weds — Janet Zerfass, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Zerfass of Algona, and Louis Verveer of Des Moines, *on of Mrs. Louis Verveer of DCS Molnes, were married in a quiet, simple ceremony In the presence of relatives only at the St. Cecelia rectory, Saturday morning, July 16. 1838. Father C. A. Ahmnnn performed the single ring ceremony. ; The bride wore a brown sheer •dress with beige accessories. Mrs. Verveer graduated from the Algona high school, attended the Frances Shimer School for girls. and the University of Cincinnati. and has since been emploved in Pes »t Moines. ' At Mother* ft Daughters Clob— The Cresco Mothers and Daugh ters club was entertained Wednes day afternoon by Mrs. Frank Kelly with 18 members present. The meet ing was opened with the grou singing "America", and roll call wa answered by each member tellln, who her favorite actor and actres were. Alice Sparks read "Denta Chair Fear." Guests of the club were Mrs. Msry Heard and Mrs A. D. Lehman. The next meeting will be August 24. and will be a contest banquet. Installation of Officer n meeting of the Kossuth I County Legion Auxiliary held In m f v . ; ^- u ..._. „* P.IUII J-iuAiimi \ neiu in Mr. Verveer graduated from the (the Burt school gym the" following Roosevelt high school at Des Moires I county officers were installed- Mrs and the Massachusetts Institute of Fern Peterson Swea City pres- Technology. He is now the State! ident: Mrs. Nellie Wolfe. "Fenton Uirector of Finance of the WPA nt vice president: Mrs. Mary Woart- Des Molnes. (ward. Whittemore. secretary: Mrs. Immediately after the ceremony a < ^ ^ Cotton, Lone Rock,' histor- •wedding breakfast was served "st''an: Mrs. Jerry Heetland. Lakota, the Hotel Algona to 28 relatives and 1 Mrs. Elva Boettcher. Burt, ser- close friends. The young couple left I geants-at-arms. and Mrs. Eva Pet- for a two weeks wedding trip in j erson. Titonka. chaplain, northern Minnesota. They will be' —••-at home in Des Moines. August 1. Out of town relatives present nt the ceremony were Mrs. Louis Ver•veer of Des Moines. Mary Zerfass of Cincinnati. Ohio, and Agnes Rics of Bloomington, 111. Wedding Anniversary— Mr. and Mr». J. E. Walker cel- Blrthday Dinner- Mrs. Bert Deal was pleasantly surprised Sunday evening, when she came home to find that her family had honored her witn a surprise birthday supper. Those in attendance were her brother. Andrew Morlan and family, her sisters and brothers-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Rob- TheMan About Town Say9 The fair board Is avenged. Fntf overtook a man and wife who celebrated the Fourth of July at the fairgrounds as guests of the association. They entered the grounds on a free pass under the wire fence To date more than six dollars have been spent doctoring from contict- ing poison ivy vines. » * • Don Cook reached Into thp potato sack and pulled out a spud resembling a human foot with toes, wrinkles, dirt and all. everything, in fact, except the toe nails. • » * Lushy'K jeweler i* foreciuting fh« making of a new gum. Wrigley's i 'emon flavor nt a penny a stick to j •ommemorize the great Dizzy Dtan lurchase. Not so fast. sir. it may be sugar coated before the season h Brownies Winners of Semi-Pro Cup By Two Victories Algona's Brownies, newly crowned district semi-pro champions, kept their crown untarnished by a 10 to 6 victory over El ma, Sunday night. The Brownies won their title and a trophy in the national semi-pro tournament. Playing at Rockwell City the Brownies first dumped Pilot Mound nnri then blasted the tough Fort Dodge Ccrtainteed Millers 8 to 1 to win the district title. The local club played smart nlr tight ball. The triumph over the Millers was additionally satisfying because it save the Brownies a 2 out of 3 edge on Fort Dodge. Thursday night the local color?.' BURT WOMEN GO TOAIDGUESTDAY Burt: The following Burt ladies attended the guest day of the Methodist Aid society at Titonka last Wednesday afternoon: The Mesdames J. G. Sewlck, B. K. Bahnson, H. W. Manus, W. J. Lockwood, M. M. Chlpman, C. H. Schrader, Fred Jennings. C. S. Coffin, C. E. Slgs- bee. Bertha Wallace. Roy Ringsdorf and Bertha Daniels and Lulu Hawcott Bancroft, Ringsted Lead Kossuth Loop Bancroft retained Its lead In the North Kossuth league race S-funday. club piayed one of "its toughest and' Lefty Hatten turned in another pitching masterpiece. The Lions' southpaw, who has been just about primes of the season against the Colored All-Stars, nn nil-negro team. The Rame was on the stand-out pitcher of the league Bill Frerman took u* to tank .vinner take all b-=is On Snndav I struck out 22 men while shutting Worthington played here under the! °"1 Swea City 3 to °' Dp.hts. Algona won both games. In the Elmn contest Forrest and Huston were the battery for Algona while Miller and Corrick worked for the invaders. Forrest went the garden inspector of last week's I route for the Brownies and although ommentation. Bill combines a he was touched rather freely was egetable and flower garden with never In great trouble bearing down eautiful shrubs and trees which is j in ihe clutches and being aided by eally a honey to look at. And you'll 1 timely hitting by his team mates ~ ».->. .».v. w . *&. ** o«f%vr *.vi- . _, -- — ebrated their «Kh wedding anniv-1 ert Simonsen of Graettinger. and ersary "'trrnftlW All .of their 1 Mr and Mrs - Dirk Sorensen of Al- children were home for the occasion: Mr. and *fr». D. E: Wajker of Easton. Minn;, itr. and Mrs; H. R Walker 1 of Deiivao, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Kuecker and children, Geraldine and Jamea. of Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs. R M. Walker of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Walker and children, Charles and Richard, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bjustrom am daughter. Dorothea, all of Algona were in attendance. A seven o'clock dinner was served at the club house at the Country Club, and the evening was enjoyed socially at the J. E. Walker home at 517 North Wooster. A chair and ottomen were presented to the couple as a gift. Engagement Announced— The engagement and approaching marriage of Mios Valeria Pickett daughter of Mrs. L. S. Muckey to Robert Williams, son of Mr."and C. H. Williams, was announced at a party Friday evening given by the bride-elect's mother at the Muckey home in Algona. Twenty close friends of Miss Pickett wero included in the courtesy. Each guest was given a slip of paper in an "original notice" form which told of the date, to be Aug. 2. Lcona Llchtcr received the high score 1 award, and Mrs. Wallace Clow 1 Coldwater, Michigan, the low at chlnker check. Refreshments were served nt the close of thc evening. Valeria is secretary to the Harrington & Lowe law firm and Mr. Williams is emploved at the Hub Clothiers. gona, and her mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Morlan. *A social evening was enjoyed. Dinner Party at C. C— The third evening dinner party of the season is being planned at the Algona Country Club for Tuesday 'this evening.! The committee in charge includes Mrs. L. C. Nugent H. M. Smith. Alvin Huenhold Mrs never see more than one dandelion at a time on his lawn In the sprin' for they are taken right out, a feat ure all should indulge in. * * * A couple of big boys who work inside mostly wanted to fish yesterday but were afraid of the little mosquito. They fished almost incognito with spats and veil and one had boots of leather which would make the rattlesnake crawl into his hole with shame. * * * Danny White, the colorful colored right fielder of the Brownies, was in the same Golden Glove tournament finals in Chicago that sent Gene Murtagh. M. P. Weaver. Dr. I Joe Louis up to the title. Danny F. C. Scanlon. Mrs. Joe Green-1 now lo °king for a sparring mate berg. W. W. Sullivan and Harold I wno can take il a « a warmup to a Gilmore. - — -.=_- . -... pending battle on a nearby sport -••.. | card. No one is barred. Hurry Bridgetfp nub— j • * * The members of the Brideette ; Of a " lMn R* onp would meet on club were entertained by Mrs Tel ron<1 "' as !1 b 'cycle with a rider Larson at her home. Thursday af:- ! £. one other than "'Sheriff Lionel trnoon. with Mrs. C. W Morck' vcv ' He (lifl mana ge to get out and Mrs. L. L. Lease of Weslev a« ° f the u ' a - v of cars hut needs prac- who staked him to a fine run lead in the first inning. Elma got three in the fourth whet its barrel-chested centerfielder Tubby Cashman. hit one on the line over the right field fence with two aborad. The Brownies clinchec affairs with a three run outburst in the seventh. Red Corrick. former Algona star managing Elma. got a nice hand at the opening of the game but had dismal evening going hitless and striking out twice in punches and finally in the ninth. Algona had won a tight 3 to 0 nme from the visitors before but :his contest settled everything but the old question. "Where's Elma?" guests. A one o'clock luncheon tice and lots of it. It must have It's A Curious Thing V \ ^ ' ' > ^^ fa) (•? ^Ym^7\ kfrrtj WHY DO WE HAVE CMBRELLAS? "Why arc horseshoes lucky?" Because the number of nails in them was originally seven, which was a lucky number. It "'as also thought lucky by primitive people because of its shape. It is easy to reach us. Just call us at any time for cleaning. The phone number is .V;7 Free Moth Proofing Modern Dry Cleaners up and down like a novice horse- hack rider's. , --. .. —..,_ u *. t\j\. r\ llllll. lit IJJI t ». . .vas served and bridge was played at' rough paving for the bike be- three tables. Mrs. J. W. Little and | " use lLi p ne }_'s i elbows were going Mrs. Earl Griffith were the prize winners. Ranpy Reunion— A Raney family reunion was held Sunday at the Glen Raney home. Vfr. and Mrs. Robert Moore of Wei- cy. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney of Irvington, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Raney of Chicago. Newton Heiter of LuVerne. and Hattie Raney and Mrs. Cora Raney of Algona were iii "Utendancc. -Marriage Performed— Justice of thc Peace Delia Welter performed the marriage ceremony of Oliver Bartlett and Marguerite Tllley. both of Minneapolis, at her office, Friday afternoon. G. W Stlllman and F. A. Newville, both of Algona witnessed the ceremony. Birthday Surprsie— Bert Cronan was surprised Saturday evening, when a group of friends dropped in to help him celebrate his birthday. The guests ar- All-Star K-Ball Team Beats Brownies Monday Nite, 8 to 4 Algona D-bal!ers successfully upheld the honor of their league Ian night (Monday) when their All- Star club defeated the Browni«»s 8 to 4. but the way was left open for a return game which will be played August 1. The Brownies challenged for the second contest before the first was over. Both sides came out of the battle with honor. The dyed in the wool D-ballers won and the Brownies, with some local youngsters in their line-up. provided enough sparkling plays to show that they would be hard to beat with their whole squad playing. The All-Stars garnered eight runs and nine hits off the pitching of _,- . ,, )..*,„ ri.TId t, nil'* -* * •^•^'•IHfm, \JL green apple pie to satiate the hun-i BoltlrK 'Ke. Morgan catching, while ger with lots of sugar and oh such thc Brown le s got four runs and sev- - ' '' en hits off the deliveries of Johnson and Seipman. with Clrcgson as the Ringsted was the only other team to keep an unblemished record, defeating Burt 8 to 2 behind the fine pitching of Patterson. It was a well-played game with good fielding on both sides. Ringsted scored three In the sixth inning and four in the seventh to clinch the game. V. Meyers. Ringsted's centerfielder, made two hits to bring his batting average to .368 for the season. Wesley broke into the win column by defeating Whittemore in a tightly contested game. 2 to 1. Whittemore got a run in the first inning on two hits and an error but Wesley scored in both the fourth and the sixth. Martin Bleich of Wesley allowed six hits, keeping them well scattci- ed and striking out nine men. Kenne of Whittemore allowed five hits and fanned five. Batteries for Wesley were Bleich and Lloyd, for Whittc- more Kenne and Farrell. Titonka also gained Its initial win of the season downing Lotts Creek 12 to 5 on the Lotts Creek diamond. In the first half of the ninth the score was tied at four all. but in that stanza Titonka pushed across eight runs. Pijahn and Greyer hit home runs for Lotts >eek and Batt clouted one for Titonka with a man on the sacks. League Standings Won Lost Pet. Home Town Boy Really Makes Gooc Mr. and Ms. Leo Dalley were visitors In Algona last Wednesday and Leo called oh many of his oh friends here. They are living in Sioux City now where Leo Is secretary of the Chamber of Commerce having gone there from Spencer several months ago. Leo brough his mother to Algona, where she will spend some time with her son Torn and family. Mrs. Dalley, Sr. recently returned from Los Angeles. California, where her son,4Jar- ry lives. Leo was a visitor a* the Upper Des Moines office where he began work just 32 years ago. He left this office, where he was fore man, some years later for Spencer and a like job. During the World War he served In the army at Honolulu. Returning from the war he married a Spencer girl and they have one daughter. 14 years of age. His work as secretary of the Spencer Fair is known all over Iowa, and finally ended in his going to Sioux City as the head of the Chamber of Commerce at a salary of 16,000 per year. He likes his new job and we are sure that Sioux City will like Leo. This is a case where it may be truly said that "the home town boy makes good." Spend Sun., Mon. At Clear Lake Home Wesley: Ethel Braley, Stanley Smith of Marshalltown and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elklns of Des Molnes spent Sunday night and Monday at Clear Lake with-Mrs. Elklns' mother. Ethel rrturtW to Des Molnes with the Elktns Monday night. The Woman's missionary society of the Presbyterian church will meet Thursday aftrenoon at 2:30 p. m.. in the church, with Mrs. Fred Geigel and Mrs. Frank Geigfil as hostesses. Mrs. A. E. Kresensky entertained at a birthday party, Thursday aft- | ernoon In honor of her daughter Alice's third birthday. Elgh* chIM •en and their mothers were Invited lefreshments were served and the afternoon was spent socially. H. M. Bock*-* and daughter, Jndj Cay, and Rose and Christine Arend •isited Saturday and Sunday at the Bockes home at Waterlbo Des Moines, and Lucille is a clerk In a Kresge store In Waterloo. Dr. And Mrs. V. E. Burgess and children, Roger and Murial, Bob Grooters, Donnie MDCoHtle, Clark Orton, Roger Mlch«l,'Wa.yn« Bjustrom, Mary Crulkshank. Eugenia Little, Katherlne ScKoby, Mrs. Hugh Post and Andy Phlllfl* returned Sunday after a week at the Epworth League Institute at the Methodist Camp at Lake Okobojl. The' above people represented the Algona unit. Jean Kinsejr, daughter of Mr. Mtd Mrs. E. S. Klnsey, wrote in a recent letter to her parent* that she had the opportunity to board one of the largest ocean liners' afloat In' Hie New York harbor. She was s graduate of the Bt. CeeeiHMietaemy this spring and Is spending the summer with an uncle, L. C. Klnsey, a yarn merchant In New York City. The trip is a graduation present. She expects to return the middle of August. Ed.EwaldtDies in Auto Accident Fenton: Ed Ewaldt, 43. carpenter of Wall Lake, was Instantly killed in an auto acldent Saturday evening July 2. He had been making improvements on the farm tenanted by H. O. Peterson, just west of Fenton. The accident occurred near Pomeroy, Iowa, while he was en- route home accompanied by another carpenter, Tom Conroy and Rex Jones, the latter, a nephew of Ewaldt. The car, a V-8 roadster, was owned by Conroy and was being operated by Jones, who was learning to drive. Ewaldt was unmarried. Mrs. Glen Adrian Honored at Shower Dorothy and Lucille Bockes returned with them for a visit of a week at the Bockes home and with other relatives. Dorothy Is a student nurse at the Methodist hospital at up in the heart of tlif city where nationally known products are sold and advertised are signs for the shopper's lure which are partly obliterated with grass an.J weeds. It doesn't speak well of the product to he sold or the service to be rendered. * * * Good thiiiKi come in drove*. Mr-,. Cleve Barton sent up an appeasi crust. It almost crumbled by admiring it and even tasted better than it looked which is putting it beyond the imagination. » * • Today an Invitation out to dinner, not luncheon mind you. has been accepted nt the round table of a threshing crew. It's great to tell you about it before the din 'cause no telling when the recovery will be made. The place you can find out for yourself, hut here's rived with a pot-luck dinner. evening was spent playing cards. L'm r on"'town' s hip"wit'h e. - P u ,.. „. ~~ :: T, 1 M ' tlJ I' »n the table. Hie St. Thomas Episcopal Guild! « • "•ill meet with Mr*. Dora Fraser on ' Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. ..... They •all him the Henry Wallace of Stars' receiver. Approximately 350 fans saw the contest. Phil Kohlhaas was struck In the stomach by a hard-driven foul ball during the game and knocked nearly out but apparently recovered ail right. Tonight the kitten hall players rejoin their teams and resume the the Bancroft Ringsted . Swea City .... Titonka Hurt Wesley Lotts Creek Whittcmore 2 2 . 1 I 1 . .1 0 0 1.000 1.000 .500 .500 .5')? .500 .000 .000 Rewrites Of News From Uit Thursday's Kouuth County Advance HELPFUL HANNAH'S Household Hints Cornstarch aids fudge-add a teaspoon of cornstarch to i-;tch cup of sugar and see how much better your fudge will be. Bread g:ve* you ptp and ( lirrgy needed to work hard. Our Hit-.id give., tiiat energy. business of the pennant chase. White- Rose lends the pack by virtue of its victory over Hub Clothiers . , last week and will meet Barry's in the first game at r,:-tr, p. m. The Clothiers tangle with the Pioneers •John Bc-iser tcmk advantage of -i' '" ""' !a ' ron ' 1 tussle. Hub Clo'h- b.'isebnll game at St. Paul S-itur- ' !*' rs lost " ''"'" K '" m ' witn LuVen:» Irvington: Mrs. Tony Klooster was hostess on Sunday afternoon at a miscellaneous shower honoring the former Ivabelle MJIler whose marriage to Glen Adrian ha* been announced. The new Mrs. Adrian is the youngest daughter of Mrs. Sam Miller and has been raised in this community, attending the local schools. .-, -. .... »j t. « ii ui n.-iiur* [• 1 , — - - ^ • •., clay and sat in the stands Corn-' hun ' 1; '- v •'• to 2 hllt this contest did Paring the great league games'with i IK<t <ount on "'<•' record. the Brownie., have played '• there seems to be no difference. In i his opinion none .should give re-i verse comments on the home team ' Pioneers . — '-• '•"'- u'^iiii: it-aici », , I'iaymg. John heard the crowd boo' 7, , rys like the folks do here. Saw a parade of pitchers, thirty-one hits, only one error and twenty-four run* Sounds similar to local games and made him feel at home. Pat Matern Hostess To Cresco 4-H Club Irvington: Miss Patricia Matern was hostess to the Cresco 4-H girla' <lub last Saturday afternoon. The tfcii the girls had previously planned nn a means of raising funds for their treasury has been postponed indefinitely. Get Radiogram Mr. and Mrs. C. H. O.itwinkle of Algona received a r;idifjgrum from their .son. Carl, operator on a sh:ii out of Kan Frnin-i.-n-n ff L . .said I,- ationed in Alaska for a month The- StamliiiKs W White P.ose 5 Hub Clothiers 4 2 1 Prl. .833 .606 .333 WHICH OfUOUf CHILDREN'ARE MOST LOYAL? •it!i...-e 2 p. m. "It Happc-ned One Night" "Mr. Di-i-ds" "Awfill Truth" "HOLIDAY" Carey Grant Katharine Hepburn Lew Ayres Binnie Barnes Jean Dixon Edw. Everett Horton KXTUA "Rubinoff and Baud" Sunday and Monday, July 24 25 Margaret Sullavan, James Stewart in "SHOP WOEN ANGEL" Brownies Rally to Down Worthington Sunday Nite, 5-4 Before a rabid, near-capacity crowd the Algona Brownies fought their way to a 9 to 4 win over Worthington at the local park Sunday night, finally pulling the game out of the fire in a typical Frank Merriwell last half of the ninth rally. The Brownies were especially anxious to win this contest for it meant they would not eat hamburgers this week, the game involving not only the glory of winning but also the gate receipts for the teams agreed to play on a winner take all basis. With gate from a capacity crowd to play for, every close decision precipitated a decent of ball players umpires and at times the . rov.d appeared ready to join in the arjju- I niL-nt. In the pay-off ninth inning. White who had been hitting the ball TWENTY-TWO HOGS were slightly scorched and some injured when a car driven by Maurice Stein- borow. Mallard, crashed into a truck driven by Arnold Thompson. Graet- tingcr, four niiles west of Algona, about 11 p. m., Wednesday night The car sideswiped the truck, cut open the gas tank of the truck, and set the truck afire. Neither driver was hurt. The truck fire was extinguished the Algona fire department. The hogs were pulled from the '' - - by by, and other volunteers. They were roaming the c ountryi.-ide at last reports, while scouting cxped- | itions were trying to round them ' up. The truck and car were both almost total losses, and traffic \v.n tied up for about an hour. • * * NINK COMMITTEES were nam- c-d for March of Progress celebr,. lion days in Algona, August 17-; s . On the general committee are C H. William*, chairman, Joe Bloom R. B. Waller and D. E. Dewel' Other committee chairmen are C R Holt, dance; L. W. Gillespie, bands; A. E. Kresensky, publicity Ralph Miedke, watermelon; F L McMahon and E. A, Schemel, bingo stands; E. L. Vincent concessions; H. M. Hauberg. old settlers and Leo Spilles, lighting. The event will be the largest in Algona since the Diamond Jubilee celebration in 1929. The March of Progress celebration will be Algona's tie-in with the anniversary of Iowa Centennial year. FINEO $25: M. E. Wallace, Fanton, for reckless driving. In Justice Danson's court, last Tuesday. A I'llOWMNG MINK is destroy Eldora Heldt Has Birthday Party, 7th Portland: Kldora Heldt celebrated her 33th birthday Thursday July • th. with a party, entertaining her cm school mates: Virginia Ma-y Jnnice and Joan McWhorter Lorraine Hciderscheidt, Evelyn 'Becker, Jane Keith and a friend of Jane Safety Sam Says Common politeness demands that you give pedestrians a fair chance before running them down. Modern^ Repair Equipment. We have spared no expense.? to equip our shop with every needed device. Bring in your car. Wm. C. Dau Oarage Towing Service Repairing. Fender and Body Work Pointing 12* S. Dodge Phone 103 NEW DEVOE 2-COAT SYSTEM ing rhii.-heii.s in the Irvingt borhood. Los.- on neigh of Hurt and l.he latter's mother. Mr.-,. Jerard und son of KairmOnf. Minn . were c allers .Sunday at the \V. L. Martin home. Mr. and Mrs M. H. Boals and grandson. Hobby, Clinton, Minn., and Mr-. E.-,tulla .Sabm and Mr and Mi.-.. !.. K. Martin were guests Sun•lay at the U'. L. Martin home. Rectal Diseases •'I'ik-T Ki.T.-mc i-'i'Uilai Varicose Veins Hernia 'Ruplurei I S'ivi.- spec lai attention to the liealmenl of these diseases by •iniuulanl method.-*, which mean* Ui.iL >ou c m he up and around u:d io,e no lime: from jour work •.:•:> cjjl. tor the few minutes you -pend taking treatment in my of- fi- e one.e a week. Dr. S. W. Meyer, D. 0. fust floor Sawyer Bldg. Formerly in General Hosp. Bldg. AUiONA, IOWA 2»-tf and with two on and two out rapped a drive into right field to bring m runs needed to win the the twc. game. IJuririK the ball game up until tile ninth inning it had been Worthinij- ton most of the way. The visitora .scored two runs in the lirst with Algona yetting them back in th,second when White.- walked, went u- sec-ond on an overthrow and stole third, .si oring on Brigs*' lio«u-r. A Worlhington man hit a i-ir<-uit dout in the fourth frame but the :>ai ks were.- vac ant and (he visitor* Dallied only a OIHJ run margin. They added another in the eighth which ses have been report ed trom the Frank Hilbert farm the Mike Leners place and an at- .•ipltated a I tempt was thwarted by the family ( upon^ tiie I dog at the Henry Schepj.nmn place 1 Wesley Families Hold Get-Together Picnic at Call Park Wesley: At the Call State Park a get-together picnic.- of several families wa., held. The following families attended: Mr. and Mrs. C G. Uennis, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dennis and son. Merle of Buffalo N. V., the W. H. Schutjer family of Titonka. the L. P. and F. Brethorst families of Sexton, the Harry Fellers of Algona and a Johnson family of Minnesota. sent in to pinch hit the served to set the stage c lunatic ninth inning. for After in fir extra curricular sc-3- bicjn witli the Ali-.Star diamond ball team last night Brownies journey (Monday) to Austin to meet the Packers on their honiu lot before playing a return game with the Minnesota club at Algon-j Sunday night. There U no Thursday night game this week. LuVerne Man Dies Peter Thompson, is.'!, prominent citizen of LuVerne. died at bis home this morning Funerul arrangements have not been completed ul this time. gSouth Plum Creek News (3 Robert Albright is cutting his oats loday and he says they are badly down in patches. A. W. You'ig has u field of whe.it ready for cutting and is considering uswig u combine. The good work of destroying Oun- ada thistles by spraying with oil wa.. being done here a few days ago. James McEnroe shipped out his first cutting of alfalfa hay litm week. 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