The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 19, 1938 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 19, 1938
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GEO.ROEPKES ATTEND SON'S GRADUATION Two Other Livermore Youths Graduate Prom School Uverrhore: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Roepke who enjoyed a vacation that took them to Great Lakes to witness the graduation of their son Clair, and two other Livermore young men, David Shields and LaVaughn Rlley, on July 4, returned to their home here Thursday Their son, and Shields, accompanied them home, where they are on their 10 day furlough. When they return to the Great Lakes station, they expect to leave shortly The Algona tJpper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 19,1938 for the west coast It ported that Rliey wfll has been re- be stationed at Norfolk, West Virginia. These three young men are all graduates of the Livermore high school and like their work, and are getting along splendidly in their naval training. Respectively, they are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. C F Roepke, Mr. and Mrs. C. Shields and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rlley of this place. EIGHT LIVERMORE PEOPLE NAMED PARTY DELEGATES Livermore: At a recent meeting at Dakota City when the republican and democratic conventions were held, several Livermore people were elected to serve as delegates. Franklin Jaqua) candidate for Judge of the 14th district, chose as his delegates to the district judicial convention nine men, Harry Zigrang of Livermore being one of the nine men chosen, to serve the republican party. Others from Livermore who were elected were W. F. Johnson. Frank Hoffman, Mrs. W. F. Johnson, and W. M. Smith to the democratic state convention. Delegates to the democratic state judicial convention included the names of Livermore people, including Howard Hoffman, W. M. Smith and Mrs. W. M. Smith. F ROM TWENTY TEARS AGO Mary Sarchet New Union Club Leader Union: The calendar committee to prepare the new club year books for the Union Mothers and Daughters club has been announced. They are Mary Wood, Bertha Sarchett and Ada Hoflus. Mary Sarchett was voted to the presidency to fill a vacancy made by a resignation. Mae Etherlgton was elected third vice president. Olena Martin and Ray McCorkle thought they would slip one over on their friends when they boarded a train and went to Hampton. They were quietly married in that city. However, the news had been too good to keep and little by little hints had been dropped until the truth had been made known. The young couple stood high and had been receiving many congratulations. « « « The Lnhosho Camp Fire girls had started on their annual two weeks camping trip. Those who belonged to the organiation were Mablu Bedell, Ruth Linsday. Rachel Davidson, Eleanor Fraser, Isabel Hutchison, Klizabeth Dickinson, Edythe Wright, Blanche McFadden, Ruth and Gladys Tribon, Helen Vinson Vinna Vincent and Mildred Kresensky. Martha Dewel, guardian of the Camp Fire, and Alice Peek were to be with the girls. The girls were to occupy the Tribon cottage on Algona beach. * » » A number of new benches had been placed on the court house Hwn as some sort of a resting place had been needed for some time. * * • The C. S. Johnson family had been on a trip to the city of Chicago. They had gone to "see the sights" and to visit relatives in that city. * • * Dr. and Mm. F. L. Tribon, Mary Dawson of Independence and Mrs. Christine Rena of Dunkerton had been visiting at the Mrs. Mary Lampright and F. L. Tribon homes. * * * Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chubb and daughter, Ernestine, Mrs. M Herbst and Adele had motored to Hartley and had visited Mr. Tennant, father of Mrs. Chubb and Mrs. Herbst. * « * Mrs. C. G. Dreenman had died at her home. She had been survived by her husband, daughter. Loin, three brothers and one sister. • # * The expected German drive on the west front had started and with thirty divisions the Germans had t-mashed into the American lines, only to have been mowed down by the thousands with 1500 taken prisoners. A dispatch had stated: "Americans hold lines east of Rhcims and are not giving an inch. They stand like a stone wall and lave captured many German prisoners. The general attack is continuous. Situation is satisfactory. Germans engaged with thirty divisions. Americans capture over one thousand prisoners. German attacks repulsed. Fifteen thousand Germans crossed the Marne at the American front. Not a hell of a lot nre left." • » • Two hundred and thirty-nine Kossuth county boys were to leave Algona July 25th for Camp Gordon, Atlanta, Gorgla. A big program was being planned by the Algona Commercial Club and the Red Cross, when the largest contingent that had been called was to leave. • • • Kutherlne Van Ness, 11-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Van Ness, had received a nire letter from a sailor on the U. S. Destroyer Smith. The previous fall Katherine had knitted a sweater for the Red Cross and on the inside had her name and age. The snllor had told her of his home and little sister in North Dakota and had said he was 22 years old, just 11 years older than one was, and had thanked her most profusely for her work. She had prized this letter most highly. TEN YEARS AGO A trio of Algona yotmg ladle* In their teens had shocked some of the residents of North Thorington street by strolling down the street at dusk puffing on what old fogies had called "coffin nails". The cigarette had certainly been popular since the war and Algona girls were not going to be at the rear of the procession. * * * Miw Frances Mathew of tekn- loosa spent a day visiting at the M. P. Haggard home with her friend. Eleanor Haggard Twogood. The girls had driven to Oskaloosa, Miss Mathew returning to her home and Mrs. Twogood meeting Mr. Twogood. The Twogoods had returned to Algona. Mr. Twogood, who had been in the business office of the St. Louis Cardinals baseball club for the season, had be'en taking his vacation. Mr. Twogood had expected to continue his course at the University of Iowa that fall. Mrs. Twogood was graduated frcm the university in June. * » * Mr. and Mrs. 3. L. Bonar had driven over to West Okoboji and were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Horst of Hartley, at their lake cottage on the west shore. The judge had taken his bathing suit along, but he said that he didn't get It wet Sim. J. F. Oranzow and family had enjoyed a week end visit from her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Parchman and daughters, Clara and Augusta of Cresco, Iowa. * * * Sirs. Chet Long had been spending the week at Clear Lake as guardian for the We-Tom- A-Chick Gamp Fire girls, who had been taking a week's outing at the Tribon cottage on Algona Beach. Among the girls present were: Eleanor Keen, Mary Elizabeth Foster, Mary Joyce Hartman, Virginia Schnepf, Janet Zerfass, Gertrude Morrow, Elizabeth Schoby, Bernice Dearch?. Gertrude Long, Arba Dee Long, and Nancy Miller of Chicago. The girls had financed the trip themselves with money which they had made during the winter from bake sales. * * * PrlHcilla SouthRRto, daughter of Mrs. B. M. Southgate, had accepted a position as instructor in the Marshalltown schools. Miss Southgate had been employed during the previous year as instructor in the Y. W. C. A. at Mason City and the position at Marshalltown had been a promotion. • • • The subject of a fmlmming pool in Algona had been a much discussed subject. Superintendent Kelly had stated that the city had about $40,000 in a sinking fund which should have been about $90.000. He suggested that the city vote bonds for $25,000 for the purpose. * • « Ve*ta Parsons had died after n long illness. She was survived by her mother, five sisters and three brothers. Matt Lamuth, manager for Swift & Co., here, had arrived home with his family from n three weeks' vacation at Gray Eagle. Minn., with relatives. Mr. Lamuth, who owned three of the best lots on North Jones street, had started work on a fine new home which he expected to complete late in the fall. The house was to be 28 by 30 in the main and high. was to be two stories .Mr. and Mm. Dana 1'axnon and son hud been vacationing in northern Minnesota. MRS. NORMAN HOLLAND IS HONORED GUEST AT PARTY Recent Bride showered' M I; , and Mr V Victor Hoganson With Gifts Before Bridge H£*± FOOT COMFORT THAT HAS WON MILLIONS TO WOLVERINE Shell HORSEHIDES AND here's why. Both our Boles and uppers are made of SHELL HORSEHIDE —from that portion of the hide directly over the horse's hips, which alone contains the tough inner- shell, a close fibred substance like your fingernail You can soak us all day — we'll always dry out glove soft, and stay soft Comfortable as moccasins I We're tanned that way. Come in and see us. Then you'll know the difference between Wolverine Shell Homfhide and other work shoe leather. HUB CLOTHIERS "The Clothing Corner of North Iowa" Livermore: Mrs. Norman Holland, a recent bride, was a guest of honor at an afternoon bridge party at thu home of Mrs. C. Kenneth Howard Friday, when seven tablen were in play. Mrs. Howard was assisted In the entertaining by Miss Irene Geishecker. Mrs. Ted Wagner received high score. Mrs. Gronbach second high and Mrs. Frank Hilbert, the chair prize. Mrs. Glen Simmons received the guest prize. Out of town guests included Mrs. Harold Hunt, Algona; Mrs. Glen Simmons, Fort Dodge; Mrs. Paul Robinson, Bradgate. and Miss Mary Meyers, Webster City. Preceding the serving, in the prettily decorated home with garden flowers, the bride was showered with lovely and useful gifts. Miss Patricia Goodenough who visited at the Malin home for a few days, has returned to Des where she U employed, Mrs. John Frederick entertained two church societies during the past week. She had the women of the Missionary society Friday, and on Wednesday she entertained the Aid members. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Neal of Minneapolis have been visiting relatives in this and the Algona vicinity during the past week. Mr. Neal is the brother of Mrs. Weaver Hewitt of this place. Mrs. A. Pearce, who has been a guest in the F. R. Millett home for several weeks, concluded her stay and left for Chicago, where she will visit for a time, before returning to her home in New York. Mrs*. Deltnar McEntaffer ot Fort Dodge spent the week end here visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tillson. Mr. McEntaffer is engaged in the Cocoanut Grove, playing tenor saxophone with Karl King. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boyd and son, Virgil, have returned from a trip to Grand Meadow, Minn. Since their return they have been en£er- taining a niece, Mi** Raraona Boyd of Leroy, Minn., and their ion, Melvin, of Waterloo, has been here fur a visit SUSIE—by Editli Swansmi C NOVM SCOTTTV, | KMOvV VOO GOIN6 OV/CR TO MftRYSNVPEB -OH I OO&HT TO SCOTTY WITH ME. Au.-tNcn$E SHE SAVS i cwrr HAv/E ANV— WftNT>TD CO WITH Me, BUT SOME COOKIES -NOT THIS TIME. , JUST TlUt \ frtT Exclusively each week In The Algonn Upper Des Mnincs CAUSE THEN I COULO TELL SCOTTY TO SCARE nee INYO CJUINft. Mt- AT LtA?T ONE COO«Y. srare tons tio TO tun r Hrvracra sAYTiRs op ronn ca WJEH .PTIOT IDITfflC S ,AM ITRT.1 HIc'f.nAS AVT*rB. CHTCi TO BE n.Lttsrmro. rat lie' s»n») ACCEPTED 11.00 IILL CO-OPEBftTIVlE CHICOCO North East Kossuth News S. A. LINDSAY RITES AT LAKOTA: OLD FRIENDS WERE PALLBEARERS Daughter, 5 Grandchildren Survive; Services at Presbyterian Church of Chicago and Mrs. Margaret Biegger of California, spent a few i days visiting at the Sidney Hogan- """"i wnere "° e JWI " lalte a Hlx . . ... . 1 weeks course in dramatics at the son home here. Victor, who was a I McLean College. Betty will be a Lakota: Funeral services for S. A. Lindsay were held last week Wednesday afternoon with the Rev. 0. H Frerking in charge. A male quartette composed of Jerry'Ukena and son, Paul, Jerry Heetland and 1. E. Wortman sang three numbers and A. T. Buckels, Art Lester, W. C. Schultz, Rollie Steele, Wm. Tn.- ley and Leonard Christ were pallbearers. Sidney A. Lindsay, son of Lyman C. and Margaret Lindsay, was born at DeKalb, III., Dec. 16, 1868, and died July 11, following a heart attack. He was married to Effie Wiltie Jan. 9, 1895. To this union three children were born, one son and one daughter dying in infancy leaving Mrs. Rachel Kienitz, a daughter, and five grandchildren to mourn his passing. His wife, parents, three brothers Wesley, Wallace and Edward and one sister. Ida, all preceded him in death. He was laid to rest beside his wife and children in Maple Hill cemetery. Among those from out of town who attended the funeral were- Mr nnd Mrs. Cadwell Wiltsie, their daughter. Betty Rose and her friend Deloris Wolford of Freeport, 111.; Frank Wiltsie, Fairmont: Mr and Mrs. Charles Wiitsie, Blue Earth Minn.; Mrs. William Harris, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fox, Bancroft; Mrs. Beth Johnson, Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Coleman and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peterson, Algona. At C. E. Convention Marcella Thaves spent last week at Parksvlllc, Missouri, attending a Christian Endeavor convention as a delegate from the Fort Dodge Presbytery. Marcella Is assistant telephone operator here. Winter Family Reunion The Winter family held their third reunion at the Jerry Hcetlands Insf week Sunday nnd 69 attended. The Winter family is one of the pioneers of this vicinity. A Methodist church board meeting was held at the Harry Moe.s, o;j Thursday evening. Mrs. Rt-nshaw's sister, Mrs. Ralph Peterson of Mason City is spending her vacation with the Renshaws. Ray Smith nnd his mother, Mrs. Ida Smith, returned the latter part of last week from a business trip a Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs, Ray Hertzke and son are taking a vacation and are /isiting Mrs. Hertzke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wirtjcs at Granada, Minn. Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Beemer and son, Hobby, left last week Tuesday morp- ng for northern Minnesota for a week of fishing and sightseeing. Beth, daughter of Mr. and MM. W. E. Ley, left last week for Chicago, where she will take a six John Jdrdahl of Hebron, Seriously 111 at Rochester Hebron: John Jordahl who underwent an operation at Rochester a couple of weeks ago, has been very low but is somewhat improved, although his condition is still not very good. His uaughter, Mrs. Marvin Nichols, has been staying with him all the time and some of the rest of tne family have been there off and on. Harlan Roland of Brainerd, Minn., is spending a month with Loren and Donald Hanson. Lars Egcsdahl and family enjoyed a visit from one of his sisters in Illinois last week. Adrian Hauskin has Invested in a new combine and is the first one In this neighborhood to own one. Maxlne Havelnnd is spending a few days with her cousins, Thelma and Berdean Frandle nnd Levine Legried. Mrs. Ernest Hnlverson entertained a group of relatives at a birthdny party for her mother-in-law, Mrs. Arthur Halverson, last Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kroch and family drove to Fairmont, Minn, last Thursday night to bring homo his youngest son, who has been visiting with his uncle, Bill Trasamar, a former resident of Hebron township. Mr. and Mr. Olin Larson had their infant daughter bai*ized Sunday, July 10, at the Zion church at Rake by Rev. Sorlien, She received the name of Shirley Avon. The sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Halverson and Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Matheson. The following were entertained for dinner Sunday, July 10, at the Oscar Frandles: Mrs. C. O. Legrlcd and Russell of Rake, Mr. and Mrs. Bcrnild Legried and Bob Hauskinn, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Haveland and girls, Mr. and Mr. Clifford Legried and Betty Jean of Clear Lake, Oscar Legried and family and Theresa Legried of Bricelyn. EDWARD DONTJE. GERLED. INJURED Gcrlcd: Edward Dontje was painfully Injured when the tine of a hay fork ran through the calf of his leg while they were putting hay in the barn. Mrs. Dontje is also crippled from an attack of her old ailment, phlebitis. Miss Mlna Gerdis is helping at the home. former Livermore man, is still engaged in the handline of a government plane between Chicago and St. Louis. Mrs. Marie Hanson, who has been at Mercy hospital following the birth of her son who died when but a few days old. has returned to Livermore. Her mother, Mrs. P. Murphy, who is also a patient at thu same hospital, following an operation, is still there and it will he some time before she is able to return home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jennings have returned from a trip that took them to Miller and Pierre, S. D. While at Miller they visited their son, Clayton, who has been located there since April in the interest of distributing stock that he had shipped into Miller from Texas. This job about completed, Clayton intends to remain in that locality for a time where he will buy and ship market stock. He is the youngest member of the Jennings stock buyers firm of this place. Ex-Fenton Supt. Now Studying for Degree Fenton: Of interest to Fenton people will be the news that Prof. Harry Pfieffer, former Fenton superintendent, has been granted a year's leave of absence from Ypsilanti University, Ypsilanti. Michigan, where he has been teaching for some time. Professor Pfieft'er is now in New York, doing research work and completing a dof tor's degree which tie hopes will be conferred on him some time this summer. Mrs. Pfieffer is the former Helen Bordener, who taught here during the time Professor Pfieffer was at the head of the Fenton school. She is doing substitute work in teaching' home economics in Ypsilanti schools for the past few years. New Yorkerg VUit sophomore at Grinnell this fall. Mesdames Samuel Warburton, James Bruer, George Altizer and J. H. Warburton attended the Methodist Aid guest day at Titonka la:it week Weanesday afternoon. A large crowd from the surrounding towns attended. Mrs. Wade Ball entertained Mrs. Charles Lewis and her four daughters Thursday afternoon in honor of' one daughter, Mrs. Art Sorensen, I The Ole Gerdis family spent Sunday at Guckeen with a daughter of the family Mrs. Dick Dontje. An uncle and cousin of Frank Kelly and the Lawrence Mayne family were Sunday guests in the Frank Kelly home. Mrs. Frank Kelly accompanied Mrs. Howard Mayne on a trip to Eagle Grove Wednesday, where they visited Mrs. Jenks and Grandma Niester, formerly of Ledyard. Dearchs Clan Held Reunion on Sunday Union: A gathering of relative^ of the Dearchs family was held at the Call State Park, recently, hor.- oring Mrs. Kate Holdridge and Mrs. Minnie Dearchs and daughter, Lois, Lakota Lady Host To County Project Workers on Friday Portland: A county home project contact meeting was held Friday. July 15th, with Mrs. Jerry Hcet- Innd, Lakotn. Mrs. Wynne H. Jn- robs, district committcewomnn, of Forest City, was introduced by Mis. Heetland, and gave a summary of the 1938 women's project work, which consists of lessons on " of Adequate Meals", Methods of Cookery for Meats", "Feeding the Sick" and "Modern Trends in Breadmnking." Miss Lucille Pcp- oon, home demonstration agent and Mrs. A. L, Brown, Algona, were present. Those attending from Plum Creek township were Mesdames Wayne Keith, chairman, Gus Torine and Mrs. Agnes Seeley.; Harrison township, Mrs. Margaret Doocy, chairman; Greenwood, Mrs. C. C. Inman, chairman, and daughter Elizabeth, Mrs. G. G. Pefferman, substituting township publicity chairman; Ledyard, Mesdames J. H. Hoi- comb, chairman, J. E. Telcnmp, Sam Warburton, Ted Wallentine and C. O. Peterson; Portland township, Mrs. Martin Becker, county publicity chairman, who also substituted as township chairman. Hospital New« ' respective homes. Mrs '" Uemlale Calif, , Los Angeles, Calif., who is visiting ? rnla ' ajld Mrs. Dearchs will go to here. The other 1 Laramle ' Warning, where she will here. The other daughters are Mesdames Fred Schroeder, Lakota, Olive Reed, Algona, and Merril Sparks, Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. VV. E. Gutknecht were hosts at dinner last week Sunday to Mrs. Anna Skinner, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seeley and daughter, Algona, and Mrs. Delia Smith, Lakota. The Skinners, who at one time lived in Ledyard and Mrs. Smith have been friends since Mrs. Smith (then Delia Deyoe) taught school in Ledyard. visit a daughter (Florence Dearchs). Those attending were Mr. Mrs. August Strom and Mr. and and Install New Officers Of Lakota Auxiliary Lakota : The Legion Auxiliary met last week Monday evening witn Mrs. Mike Christ and the retiring president, Mrs. Waue Bail, installed the new officers of which Mrs. E<iith Schroeder is now president. Mrs. Ball was presnted with a mesh hand bag with the Auxiliary emblem on it in appreciation of her untiring work as president for the past two years. T. Johnson, Livermore, Weds So. Pak. Girl Liverrn&re: Thomas Johnson, son of Mr. ajid Mrs. J. R. Johnson of this place, and Elizabeth Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson of Miller, South Dakota, were married Tuesday at four o'clock at Blue Earth, Minn. The Swea City: MM. Merrill Long of Utica, New York, called at the Geo. K. Nelson home Friday, eoroute to Spirit Lake. Mrs. Long ia a girlhood friend of Mrs. Nelson. ». f u IIUI.-K UL aiua c-urin. Minn. Tne . INeiSOm I couple was attended by four friends, I Mr. and Mrs. C. Frank Scraeffer Ted Jennings and Pauline Lentsch all of Livermore. Read The Want Ada—It Pay*. Mrs. Willis Bilsborough, .Algona; the J. Grahams, Burt; Alfred Matson, Armstrong; the Claude Dearchs Earl Taylors and Frank Hofius families, Union; Mrs. Garret Dearchs, L. J. DeGraw and Cecil McGinnis families, Algona. Mrs. Dearchs has been here since the passing of her husband, Will Dearchs. Mrs. Holdridge also recently lost her husband and he wis brought back here for burial. ARMSTRONG HAS NEW FIGHT ARENA "Wally" Richmond Building "The Ring" Seating 1500 People Wally Richmond, the popular sports promoter nt Armstrong;, is building nn out-door arena there capable of seating 1500 customers. It will have a raised ring nnd raised seats built nround the ring. It will be known as "The Ring," nnd Wally Is the sole promoter nnd manager. Only the best of shows will be given. The opening date will be Thursday evening, July 21st, at 8:30. It will be a mixed card of wrestling and boxing. Billy Spendlove, Canadian light heavyweight wrestling champion, will oppose Bull Ross of Madison, Wisconsin, in a finish wrestling match. Fans will remember Ross us the "villain with the iron in his shoes" who raised the- devil with all of his opponents during the tournament nt Armstrong i few years ago. Spendlove is a wrestler with n reputation for mnk- it tough for anyone. This will be n match worth going mites to ee. Heading the boxing program will be Dion McDermott of Rock Islnnd nnd Rich Boyer of Worthlngton, Minnesota. McDermott is n fast, clever fighter and is a farmer Golden Gloves champion and has bc<m n featured fighter In Chicago and Peorla the past winter. Boycy is one of the best middle weights in Minnesota. He is fast and shifty and Is sure to be a favorite with the fans. These two middle weights will fight ten rounds. A six round fight between Slug Johnson of Armstrong and Birchy Trembly of Fairmont promises to be a slugging matcll. Johnson fought !n Smi Francisco during the past winter. Trembly numbers Sleepy Thompson t.nd other well known fighters among his victims. Four good four round preliminaries complete the card. Admission 40c. "Waliy" has promoted some fine athletic shows in the past, and with his new arena will doubless give the funs some splendid entertainment* Kossuth county sports are his best patron-,. Knssiilh Wednesday, July 6— Arc-en Hovey of Swea City underwent r.n appendectomy. Thursday. July 7— Mrs. Lnel Root of Wesley gave birth to n bnhy girl. Friday. July 8— Gordon Nutt of Ledynrd had his appendix removed. Saturday, July !) — I. K. Hansen of Burt entered for medical rare Sunday, July 10— Harrison Rice of Lone Rock entered ns n medical patient. Sunday, July 10—H. J. Rioe of Lone Rock entered ns a medical patient. Saturday, July 16—Leonnrd Baas of West Bend entered for medicn! care. Saturday, July 16— Bob Clyde of Titonka, medical. Sunday. July 17— Joe Plntt of Algona entered as a medical patient. Sunday, July 17— Mrs. John Red- Ing of Irvlngton gave birth to n baby girl. Monday, July 18— Mrs. Harold Nelson of Algona entered for medical care. General Hospital Sunday. July 3— Airs. Hnrold Meyer of LuVerne gave birth to a baby boy. Wednesday, July 6— Mrs. Lnw- rence Ternes of Wesley entered for major surgery. Wednesday, July 6— Mrs. Raymond Reid, of Algona, medicnl trenl- ment. Friday, July 8—Delores Boeckholt of Titonkn entered for minor surp- ery. Friday, July 8— Mrs. Hcrrnnn Studer of Corwith gnve birth to n bnbv boy. Monday, July 11— George Meyer of LuVerne entered for n tonslllect- omy and ndenoldectomy. Mondny, July 11— Lorraine Bjelland of Elmore, Minn., entered for n tonslllcctomy and ndenoldectomy Tuesday, July 12— Mrs. W P Trucsdell of Ottosen gnve birth to a bnby boy. Tuesday, July 12— Frances Habo- Winter Prices For grv. of Rinoroff. ndonoidcrtomy. Tuesday. July 12 Ruth Pricbe of Bancroft, tonsilloctomy nncl ndc* noidcctomy. Tuesday. July 12---Richard \Vcr- mersen of LuVc-rne hnd his appendix removed. Wednesday. July 13- Mrs. W. D. Andro\v.s of Algonn entered for minor .surgery. Saturday, July 10 — Wayne Alt- wegfr of Algonn underwent n IOTI- sillectomy. Wednesday. July Ifi—Merlin Att- \vfKK of Algona underwent n tonsillectomy. Bridge in Eagle Township is Now Undergoing Repairs Swea-Eagle: The bridge which crosses the dredge ditch near the Wm. Evans farm is undergoing repairs, new supports being placed underneath. The road has been closed the pas.t week during repairs. Union Club Plans Pageant, July 28 Union: The Union Mothers and Daughters club met with Evu Gisch last Thursday afternoon with Elizabeth Kohl assisting in entertaining. William Kohl sang "Cathedral in the Pines" accompanied by Fern Gisch at the piano. Two articles on vacation tours were read by Julia Taylor and Louise Romstad., Extemporaneous talks were given by Mary Wood, Anna Marlw, Frances Gould and Marie Bode. Dorothy Gisch played "Oh Susanna" as a violin solo, and Ruth and Dorothy Gisch played a piano duet. Visitors included Mrs. W. E. Hawcott, Mrs. Gordon Ogg, Mrs. In Kohl and Miss Etta Bacon, Algona: Mrs. Milton Marlow, Burt, and Mary- Weir, Algona. The next meeting will be a daughters' meeting and will be held July 28th on the Louis Bode lawn. A very interesting program is planned by the daughters and will be in the form of a pageant. They will be pleased to see all the mothers present. Grain Make Grain Storage Profitable I-<'t us help you plan tllC UNis, {'('olloIJlic.'ll method of Iniildino new primaries or repairing your present We are headquarters for Weycrhaueser 4- Square Farm Building Service. Raealy Lumber Co. Near Milwaukee depot Phone 2:14 "Now that I have my Cooler- ator I never bother wilh covered dishes. (And such a bother as they used to be !) I am (old the air conditioning in Coolrrnlor prevents rapid drying out and niiniim/cs exchange ot flavors. Whatever the reason, everything tastes better and I save all that extra work." • f Most people want to be rid of Covered dishes. 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