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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 2, 1938 ARMSTRONG GIRL TAKES TRIP IN WEST Armstrong: Miss Irene Irmiter of St Paul, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmiter of Armstrong left Sunday morning, July 28th for ft three weeks' vacation In the western states. She will visit her Bister and husband, Mr. and Mr*. Irwin Bauman and son, Ronald, at Snohomish, Washington. The Baumanns formerly lived here and at Ledyard. Miss Barbara Smith visited Wednesday afternoon with Joyce Han- •sen. Miss Lurene Klnnander and friend of Gary, Indiana, are visiting relatives here this week. Mrs. John Laffcy and Gary Owen and Donna Miller visited Monday at the Olaf Twedt home In Es- thervllle. Union Woman Visits Father Injured By Kick from Horse Union: Mrs. Robert Harvey visited her father, Joe Zanke. east of Burt, Wednesday. Mr. Zanke was' kicked In the face by a horse which was being loaded Into a truck to be taken to the Harvey farm. He received several cuts about the nose and center of his face and was thrown backward out of the truck, striking the back of his head on the ground. He has Improved since the accident occurred last Saturday. One License Issued Clerk of Court Katherlne Me- Evoy Issued a marriage license to WJnford Johnson and Esther White, both of Glencoe, Minn., Monday. FENCING COSTS SLASHED o2S ELECTRIC FENCER tin* with /\MA7lnr, mi* DIVERTED Now build a stock tight fence cm low a» $10.00 per mile. One strand oi used barbed wire on light stakes holds them like steel and concrete. A tremendous saving. Sale six-volt batteries last many months and give sting that stops them. Call for demonstration HOBARTON CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR 18 EOW-tf Union Mothers And Daughters Club Has Out Doors Program Union: The Union Mothers and Daughters club was entertained at an out door program by the daughters of the club at the Louis Bode home, Wednesday afternoon, July 27th. Forty-five attended. A abort business session was held, opened by the club song. The meeting was then turned over to the chairman of the program committee, Mary Tjaden. Short pieces were spoken by Joan Bode, Rachel Glsch and a skit was given by the daughters. Others on the program were Betty Sarchett, Ruth Glsch, Ruth Heerdt, Joan Romstad, Letty Sarchet, Mary and Dorothy Gisch and Hazel Jenklnson. A pageant, "Mothers of the World" was the concluding number. Eleanor Vogel was prologue reader and Ruth Heerdt accompanist. Mary and Abble Tjaden, Jean Marie Sarchet, Katherlne Bode and Mary Gisch formed the chorus. Girls depicting the various mothers of the world were: Joan Bode, Joan Romstad, Betty Sarchet, Rachel Gfsteh, Letty Sarchett, Dorothy Glsch, Ruth Gisch and Joyce Romstad. The finale was "America, the Beautiful." On the program committee was Mary Tjaden, chairwoman, assisted by Jean Sarchet, Eleanor Vogel and Katherlne Bode; menu committee, Kate and Beth Annls, assisted by Louise Romstad, Ida Winkle, Jr., Anna Marlow and Carrie Bourne. The daughters served the dainty tray lunch prepared by the committee. SENECA RESIDENT, IN CAR ACCIDENT Seneca: Henry McGregor and son, Forrest, were badly bruised and shaken up when their car was struck by a gravel truck Saturday evening and they were thrown Into the ditch. The McGregors were returning from Swea City to their home. Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Classon attended the funeral of a nephew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Classon near Blue Earth, Minn., Wednesday. Duane Campbell is spending several days with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dye of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hedln spent Monday evening at Milford, getting acquainted with a new nephew of Mrs. Hedin. Ruby Paulson Is working at the John Long home near Burt. Mrs. H. H. Murray has been on the sick list the past week. Al Miller and son, Milo and Geo. M'iler returned Monday of last week from their fishing trip and Geo. Miller li'.i Friday to help with threshing on his farms In South Dakota before leaving for his home in California. We do our own Lens Grinding. DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. ASTHMA HAY FEVER Many Sufferers of Asthma and Hay Fever Are Getting Relief by Using GALIN The London Council on Asthma decided that Asthma. Hay Fever/ Eczema and certain types of stomach disorders all belonged to the same family. U appears that the majority of people who suffer with these conditions are sensitive to some food or other substances or a combination of more than one of each. Hives is a good example, here some food is at fault, in hay fever we know it is pollen. Get a bolt!* of Colin and see what it will do for you. Calin is an aid is overcoming the disagreeable symptons of these conditions. We have a folder which is interesting reading on the above conditions, it's free. LUSBY DRUG STORE Tlx ckoic* h ««»Hy *>»d«- Th« Andrew* Hotel it titutttd in th« c«nttr of the downtown diitrict - « few rtepi to ihopt «nd tmiiMiMntt. GtMiU *r« *lw«yt com- forttbk in plwunt, honwlik* room* Appetizing food for brwkfot luncheon «ad dinner - »erved In (the Collee Shop...G«re|c i«vicb..Ai| ANDREWS Fandels on Vacation The Art Fandels left Thursday evening for a Week's vacation with relatives at Whitemore, Emmetsburg and other points. Mr. Fandel e assistant at the Melnzer jewelry store. Mother VliiU The Glen Andersons entertained Mr. Anderson's mother, two sisters and brother of Frazec, Minn., last week. Tuesday the Andersons and their guests visited the grotto at West Bend. Mrs. Laraen Entertain* Mrs. Lewis Larsen entertained about 20 women Tuesday afternoon n honor of Mr. Larsen's daughter- in-law, Mrs. James Larsen. Most of the-guests were old friends of Mrs. James Larsen. Mr. and Mrs. ames Larsen, who had spent several weeks here, left Wednesday for Tama to visit Mrs. Larsen's brother. From there they were to go to Dllvet, HI., to make their home. Their son Is a teacher In Olivet College. CHICAGO GUESTS LEAVESATURDAY AFTER BURT VISIT Burt: Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Patterson left Saturday for their home in Chicago after a three weeks' vis- t with .Wendell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Patterson. DM Moines Visitor* Leave Mrs, J. E. Goodwin, son John and daughter, Betty, Des Moines, spent Thursday night at the C. C. Smith home. Jimmy Smith went home with them for a week's visit. Mrs. Goodwin is a sister of C. C. a • 1 K. J. Smith. Arrivals from South Dakota The Ernest Hansens and Evelyn Jensen, Henry, S. D., arrived Tuesday for a visit at the Rev. J. M. Doms home. The Hansens went on :o Lake Bluff, III., Wednesday, but Miss Jensen remained for a couple of week's visit at the Doms home. Ex-Alfrona Woman Is Entertained by Livermore Friends Livermore: Mrs. Fred Pooch, who recently moved to Livermore from Algona, was pleasantly surprised to have a number of her acquaintances come to her home Wednesday afternoon, the party being sponsored by a Bister-ln-law, Mrs. Norman Scott. Four tables were In play at bridge, with Mrs. William Davis recelvlne the high score, Mrs. Thomas McKenna the travel and Mrs. Anna Pooch the consolation. Two out of town guests were present, Miss Clara Smith of Alden; and Miss Louise Zwlefel of Webster City. Gifts and lunch were brought by the guests and a social hour followed. Helen Underberg is recuperating at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Underberg west of town, following an operation «t Fort Dodge Thursday. Helen has had considerable nose and throat trouble and It Is hoped she will be much Improved following the operation. Visit In Algona Lulu Hawcott and Scllna Clifton and their guest, Mrs. Henry Anderson, Lake Wilson, Minn., were din- -.er guests Tuesday evening at the IV. E. 'Hawcott home In Algona. Cn the afternoon Mrs. Hawcott took :hem and her mother, Mrs. Will Hopkins to West Bend to sec the grotto. HofttaiR to Club Mrs. W. W. Boettcher was hostc™ to the Fortnightly club Friday afternoon. Visit In Ames Mrs. Jennie Blossom and Jennie Thompson accompanied Lester Clement to Ames Friday and are spending a welk or so there at the Clement home. Become* Mason Supt. M. C. Bowie received his third degree In Masonry at the meet- Ing Thursday evening. His father, Or. I* U Bowie, Zearjng, wa» present and conferred the degree upon him. Mrs. Jnmes Ol'om was hostess to the Birthday Circle, Thursday flfteiroon. Mrs. Rachel Lowe spent several days last week nt the Bradley home In Bancroft. Mrs. L. H. Schenck and J. K. Hunscn visited the Matt Hansen home Friday. Carol Jensen, Crystal Lake, visited last week ut the Martin Larsen hume. She is their nlcco Mrs. O. H. Graham went to Fenton Friday afternoon und installed officers for the Fenton Legion Aux' Iliary. Mifc. Ed Thaves and her mother; Mm. Lon Schml f t, were hostesses to the sewing circle Thursday after- neon. Supt. and Mrs. M. C. Bowie and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thaves were dinner guests at the J. T. Heaney home Friday evening. O. P. McDonald, who has been seriously ill at his home here several weeks, was slightly lmpro\ed the end of the week. Mrs. Maude Lathrop, Algona, and daughter Meredith, Salem, Oregon, were dinner guests Tuesday evening at the H. A. Thompson home. Mrs. J. G. OUpsaclclle and son, roan and Lcona Lichtcr, Algona, went to Cedu. Rapids Monday to spend a few da>s with relatives. Mr. aqd Mm. Kenneth Isenbcrg-1 er and baby, Des Moinea, came on Thursday for a visit with Mr. Isenberger's aunt, Mrs. M. L. Vlnaas. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wegener, of Clinton, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wegener of Algona visited Thursday ut the E. C. Bierstedt home. Margaret Morness, who is cm- ployed In Chicago spent from Thursday to Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Morness. The three Sunday School classes taught by the Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Dems and Ruth Hodgson enjoyed u roller skating party ut Titonka on Thursday evening. Mrs. Ross Ringsdorf and daughter, Mapleton, Minn., cume Tuesday and took Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf home with them to spend a few days and assist with threshing. Keith Thaves und Max Schruder left Friday morning for u short visit in the Twin Cities und expeeled to return with Hichurd Chipmiin, when he came home for the week end. The Roy Anderson.-, who have Portland Township Couple Entertain Portland: Mr. and Mrs. G. O. McFarland entertained the letter's sister, Mrs. Elmer Ptterson, her husband, their son and daughter, Mrs. Corliss Kail and her husband, all of Webster City, over the week end. 30 HORSES IN WESLEYAREAILL Several Have Died From Recurrence of Sleeping Sickness Wesley: Dr. Raney reported early this week that there were about 30 cases of sleeping sickness nmon? horses in this vicinity. Several of the horses have died of the nil- mcnt. UNION YOUNGSTER TAKEN TO IOWA CTTY SPECIALIST Union: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lleur- ance took their four year old son, who was injured in June when struck by a car, to lowft City to consult a bone specialist. The boy hns been unable to walk and they feared the bones might be Injured In such a manner that if neglected might cause him to be crippled. Mrs. Lieurance remained In Iowa City with her son. Alden Reid, son of Mrs. John Reid, underwent nn appendectomy Wednesday. Dr. Bourne was the attending surgeon. He wns tnken suddenly ill. He is about 19 year;* old. Sexton Girls Help Cook for Threshers Sexton: Lois, Edna and Esther Fitch went to Garner Wednesday to help at the home of their sister, Mrs. John Wetland. Mrs. Wetland suffered a nervous breakdown and is unable to be alone. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Delbler and Mr. and Mrs. Win. Delbler spent Thursday at the Roy Delbler home near Tltonka. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Deltrick and children spent last week Saturday and Sunday with relatives Iti Spencer. Mrs. W. C. Taylor was a dinner guest at the George Olsen, !?.•.. homa Thursday noon. Mrs. Olsen had threshers. Mrc. Perry Lowman and children and Mrs. Chester Fitch and htr children spent Thursday with their niotner, Mrs. Jchn NorJstrcm In Algona, LuVerne Missionary Society Convenes Lu Verne: The Presbyterian Missionary society met Friday evening with Mrs. Henry Kubly, Anna Murray leading the devotions and Mrs. Irvin Chapman the lesson which wns on the subject. "Rapid Changes" with special emphasis on the work in China. Plans were made to send the box of bandages, scarfs and dresses for White Cross work. The bandages go to a hospital in Persia and the other articles to a school for Spnnlsli speaking people In Chl- maa, New Mexico. New Station Manager Ben Arends Is the n-"v mnnnger of the Standard Oil stat'.on amUwlth his family is living In an npnrtmont a'jove the telephone office Until the beginning nf the sd.npi ve,?r ho will hr nssistsd hy his tirnthrr. Leonard, who will Ht thnt time rc- r.ssume his diilie.> as bnml instructor in the Manning schools. Mr. Ar- cnd came here from Alexander, lown. Visit In LuVrrnp J. A. Rleddel and daughter have been visiting at the G'-M.nx Ried'le's. Mrs. Wm. Rnmus, Jr., Gilmore City, spent part of the week with relatives in LuVerne. Minneapolis People Visit Mrs. Berthn Cr«iil rnd daughter, Miss Helen Crail of Minneapolis, are visiting with their daughter and s'ster, Mrs. Pnul Williams Last week Mondny the Rev. anil Mrs. Williams ami t'-i^ir gu-'.rs vlsitc I tnc grotto t. „ West LCI d. A former college friend of the Rev. L. Wlttenburg, the Rev. Curl Eisele of Red Bud, III., and his family were guests at the Wittenburg home last week Tuesday Mrs. W. L. Moore, Omaha, spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Wilson Legler and family. She was accompanied here by another sister. H. W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against low or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draylng and hauling. aa-tf ThriMthlng Well Along Threshing was In full swing the latter part of last week. The heavy rain on Tuesday morning stopped it for a day or so. but a few outfits have finished their runs. Farm Buildings Wired. The buildings on the Frank Kouba farm, tenanted by Sim Hirncr, have been wired for electricity. Mrs. Alfred Erdman assisted Mrs. J. P. Studer with thresher cooking last Thursday. Mildred Fox was confined to her bed for several days last week with a severe attack of quinsy. Mrs. Helen Johnson helped her sister-in-law, Mrs. George Goetz, cook for thresh*™ last week. Mrs. Anton Goetz was confined to her bed several "days last week and was under the care of a doctor. Mrs. Catherine Downs spent several days last week with her daughter, Mrs. Julius Seller of St. Benedict. Mrs. Ed Hildman was confined to her bed for several days last week suffering from « severe attack of quinsy. Mrs. Eldon Ravlln and children went to Underwood last wcel; and will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ryan, for about a month. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Paulsen and the Ole K. Flom family attended church services at the new $79,000 Radio Chapel at Muson City, Sunday, July 24. Mr. and Mrs. Ihno Gerdes, Lavon and Sylvia Ann returned home Monday from Corydon, where they had visited several days with his brother and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fuls and four children of Bolivia, Minn., visited here from Monday until Wednesday at the homes of her sisters, Mrs, John and George Welg. The Lon Gouge family, the Frank Spangler family of Britt and the John Spangler and Rudy Young families of Garner, enjoyed a picnic at Clear Lake on Sunday, July 24. HER BEST BREAKFAST AND DELICIOUS QUAKER OATS CUTS BREAKFAST COSTS, TOO I W HAT a blessing that one of the most nourishing and thrifty breakfasts you can eat is so delicious, too! Children and grownups love the delicate flavor of whole grain Quaker Oats. • And money-saving oatmeal is the richest of all whole grain foods in proteins. Proteins are the vital food elements needed for building muscle, firm flesh, and strength. Oatmeal also excels in such important minerals as iron and phosphorus, and in precious Vitamin Bi for combating nervousness, indigestion and constipation. So help yourself keep fit and help your youngsters grow sturdy mid strong by serving Quaker Oats of ten. It's very economical , . . ready in only 2) £ minutes . . . and millions agree it's their best breakfast for strength and lasting energy. Get Quaker Oats From Your Grocer Toe/ay! QUAKER OATS Rich in Nerve-Nourishing Vitamin BI Mrs. Lloyd King, who with Raymond Legler went to Chicago for a week end '-(sit. Services Sunday morning at the Lutheran church were conducted by Student pastor, M. H. Kordmelcr, Fnribnult. Minn., Mr. Nordmeler hns been tiig.iged to tench the upper four grades at the Chnatinn Day school during the coming year. Florence Hof had as guests on Tuesday two of her John Fletcher college friends. They were Maylou Johnston, music teacher In the college and Mrs. Gideon Williamson, Wolln.-iton, Massachusetts, formerly tenchcr of expression In the col- IORP. They are sisters and v/ere nc- compnnied by their parents, who live in Webster City. Moth Proofed Cleaning Phone 537 Cooler because they're Cleaner! ENJOY fill tlml SIMU- MHT lins tu offer ;ui(l look smart and "MCI] at tlicsainc thin-! That sounds hart' to do during thi'sc torrid days. Iml it really isn't. Frequent c'lcaniny of your light I'lothes not only makes tlii'in look better, it also makes them ewoler to wear. That's a fact that'sheen tested and proved. Modern Dry Cleaners We Deliver Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison, Mrs. Jule Kunz and two girls, Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson and her mother, Mrs. William Carroll, had a chicken supper at the Cooks' cafe at Algona Tuesday evening, honoring Mrs. Richardson's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Rawley stopped here briefly Tuesday on their way to Des Moines to attend u county superintendents' meeting. Mr. Ruwley is Cluy county superintendent of schools. He wus superintendent of the Wesley school several years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Linus Hutching of Portland, Oregon, arrived Tuesday evening from New York to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Haupt- nian. The couple will return to New York after their visit here both being employed by u photo company in a traveling capacity. Miss Katherine Reimer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Relmer of Evanston, Iowa, came lust Monday and is spending two weeks nl the home of her sister. Mrs. Viiuvnt Klcinpeter, und ut the August (inr- mun home. Rutli (Jarmun. wl.o had worked for the I'uul Reimers tever.il years IIK«. returned from ;i vis.il there and ier. Kuthcrine fame- ba. k been living in the J. W. Dornuict |'. " , tenant house, moved last week into Mi's. Lillian Sheldon's huu*i*. tor-I merly occupied by ..:u Martin | ThrCC Union People lirekt family. r Cuiudine Koepke spent last week HaV6 Birthday Party with her aunt, Mrs. Don L'ronai' al Toledo. The Kuepkes und Crunuii; met ut Hampton Sunday und Caru- dint) came home with her parents, Mr. und Mrs. Floyd Koepke. ff VI National circ JKI.OUOharnc. .. Sixth annual K<»lr<> JIuKt' firework.-! show nightly VEN the folks who travel by thumb can't get around so much cheaper than you can. Just di Jve In to Your Mileage Merchant's and get all the low-cost mileage of his genuine Conoco Bronz-z-z Gasoline. Union: A rlikke.!! ilimit-'r \\'.: Sunday at tl:c Jens Sorensen lunue, honoring tin- birthdays ot UH-UL ut' tilt Hen (juuld children. Albri'i, SeveruT'Burt peo"ple~weiit 'to Ruck- 1 Wl ' s - I-'"»"ld Cook and Mrs. sjuren- vvell City Thursday to the Buncroft- Anthon baseball game. Amung them were Mr. und Mrs. L. A. Boutteher uud Billie. Ed Thaves, Ed Weiskc und J. P. Stuwe. Mrs. George Schunck und daughter, Lorraine, left Wednesday foi- sen. Those attending be.'tidc tin quests of honor were Mrs. Albert (JouM. anci two sons. Donald Cook and son. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Sliuyer and son, Irvinglon; Mr. and Mrs. Soren Didi'icksejj, Britt; M'I. and their home at Arcadia. Calif. They Ml ' b - Bl '» ^ould. Union hud spent u month or mure here with Mrs. Sclienek's parents. Mr. und Mrs. E. E. Fuiac uud other relatives. Mr. and MI.J Bi-n Potter daughter. Joyce, were Friday g uf Mr. und Mrs. Ruy Filch. Wray Service Station Algona Harris Bros Service Station Maahs One-Stop Service Haynes Conoco Station \VesleV

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