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the Algona Upper Des Moines, Algoim, Iowa, Aug 30,1938 MARTY REUNION HELDINLUVERNE &|anddaughter from New York Oaine Greaetet Distance for Event o» 8paclous home <* Cathernle Marty and daughter, Emma was the scene of a happy family reunion Sunday,. Aug. 21st u grandchildren were present with the exception of and Melvin Marty who are attending the Evangelical Assembly at Cedar Jf RliS, Those present were the eight sons Otto Henry, Will and Ed and their families and Adam and Matt, all of Lu Verne and Fred and family of •Cloquet Minn., and George and family of Mason City. Miss Dorothea Marty R. N., a grand daughter of New York City, <!ame the greatest distance. Miss Marty is supervisor in the obstetrical department in Lennox hospital, New York City. Last year she spent her vacation In Bermuda. Mrs. Marty and her husband, the 3ate Dietrich Marty came to Lu- Verne in 1861. She has known the privation and hardships of pioneer life. She has always been essentially interested in her home and "her family but has never lost sight of the welfare of the community and takes especial Interest in her •church—the Evangelical—to which she and her family belong. Mrs. Marty has one daughter, Emma, •who makes her home with her. Fred Meyer was unfortunate enough to break a bone in one arm "when he was cranking a truck. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rudolph, of Silbley. 111., were guests of Mrs. Kate Huff from Wednesday until Saturday ot lost week. Miss Addle Thompson Morrison, •who has been visiting here Is now visiting her niece, Mrs. Ilattie Burlingame at Algona. Walter Petreson, band director, is taking a weeks vacation before he begins his duties as instructor in the local school and was to spend it at Roland and Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. John Abbas, Latimer, spent Sunday at the Win. Kla- wltters. Their daughter, Anita, who has spent the past two weeks here .returned home with them. Mrs. Flora Raney came home Sunday a week ago, from Minnesota, where she had been with her son, Forrest and friends from Reinbeck. They were fishing near Cass Lake. The Stanley Strands of Racine, spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. Arthur Krause and family. They left Monday morning Aug. 22nd, on their way to the Black Hills. Guests nt the Henry Kubleys a week ago were Mi. and Mrs. Ben Elme and daughter, Ilene, Mr. and' Mrs. Geo. Meythale?, Monroe, Wis., and Mrs. Lena Blatti and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rhlner, LJoldfleld. Of interest to Lu Verne people in the fact that Mr*. Olaf Hansen, "Decorah, who was elected vice president, of the Iowa American Legion Auxiliary at Waterloo last week, is a cousin of Supt. A. C. Evans. Mrs. Peter Thompson, Ernest Grant and Allen Thompsons were dinner guests at the Fay Thompsons nt Eagle Grove. The Vern Stones, of Mason City and the Geo. Dltzels of Spencer, spent the day with Myra Peitzke here. The Milton Woitos, Scranton, were Lu Verne visitors recently. Mr. Woito hsa stayed at Scranton all summer to conduct the concerts of the band. He la band instructor In the schools there. He formerly taught at Bancroft and West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Hardkopf and Mr. .and Mrs. John Tlss left on Monda morning for DeRltter, Louisiana. Th«y are to visit the Adrian Tigs family who formeMy lived at Hanna. They expect to be gone about two weeks. Mrs. DeRae Godfrey had as a guest, Thursday afternoon, her sister, Mrs. Gordon Hibbard, and two children, San Diego, Calif. The Hibbards moved from Humboldt to California about six years ago where Mr. Hibbard Is employed in an airplane factory. Mrs. William Wilson and her brother, Ernest Jones, both of Pittsburgh, Pa., spent the week end at the home of their cousin, Mrs. Emily Guy and her father, W. E. Jones, It is the first time the ladies had met in 30 years and they had •many interesting things to discuss. Mrs. Josephine Smith, who makes her home with her son and wife, C. C. Smith was the honor guest at a handkerchief shower at the home of Mrs. Peter Thompson, Saturday afternono, Aug. 20th. The Smiths left last week for Manly, where he is a member of the school faculty. UNION MAN HAS ODD INFECTION Union: Arthur Beck went to Iowa City last Wednesday to get treatment or find out what caused the Infection and swelling in his hands. It is believed he was poisoned from the rust In the grain during the harvest time. Sarchett Condition Serious Presley Sarchett still remains in a serious condition unable to take much nourishment He Is one of Union's oldest residents and best loved pioneers. S. Dakotan Leaves Mrs. P. C. LIckteig of Sioux Falls S. D., returned to her home las Saturday, following a week's vim with her sister, Mrs. Jas. Brophy. Visit In Arnolds Park Mr. and Mrs. Earl Taylor and son, Ralph, visited Mrs. Taylor's sister, Mrs. Maynard Stephenson a Arnold's Park a couple of days this past week. Afternoon of Cards A group of Catholic Ladies en joyed a pleasant afternoon of five hundred at the' Emil Stoffel home last Wednesday. Mrs. Frank Eisen barth won high score and Mrs. L Glisch the travel prize. A delicious lunch was served. Mary Glsch started teaching in the Lone Rock public school Monday, August 29th. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Glsch am taught at Pioneer last year. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cruikshank and three daughters returned home following an extended auto tour o the east They visited In Pennsylvania, Washington, D. C., and Niag ara Falls. Mrs. Nelson, formerly Marie Beck and her little daughter have been visiting several weeks at the Nets Beck home. Her father has not been feeling the best of late. Her husband will come for her In a week or so. Injures Arm on Nail Union: Mrs. Lawrence Glsch Injured her arm on a rusty nail In her chicken house recently, and is suffering considerable pain from the Infection. AIR/STEP FOOTWEAR FOB a/rui t c&cvuwi.#ui untft. NOTE THI SHOCK AUOUINO ACTION Of I HE MACK SOU Brownell Shoe Store Shoes - Hosiery INWANPOW-WOW IN HUMBOLDT ON CONSERVATIONDAY Mesquakie Tribe to Ap pear-Sept. 1 for All-Day Program A genuine Indian celebration, with braves, squaws and papooses from the Mesquakle Indian reservation on hand, Is being held at Humboldt, Thursday, Sept. 1, at Conservation Day In connection with the Humboldt County fair. The outline of the program and historical background of the tribe follows: In 1833, after Blackhawk's defeat, his tribe, the Sacs and their associates, the Foxes, were required to remain at least forty miles west of the Mississippi River. The lands they gave up adjoining that river have ever since been called the Black Hawk Purchase. They own some 3,600 acres, through which runs the Iowa Riv er, and out of which has been taken the ordinary roafe and the Lincoln highway, the two double-trackcc railway rights of way, the easement of the Iowa Railway and Llghi Company, and the dam, pondage and raceway of the J. H. Cherry Strawboard Company. There are 460 Indians of whom some forty are of other than Fox (Mesquakle nation, usually intermarried or are descended from original Mesquakles who returned from Kansas. PROGRAM FOR CONSERVATION DAY, SEPT. 1, 1938 Afternoon Adopting Governor Nelson Kraschel into the Mesquakle dian Tribe. 1. Speeches by older Indians. 2. Adoption dances. 3. Indian name to be given Governor Kraschel by Indian leader of certain clan. (To be fully explained by Youngbear). 4. Governor Kraschel's speech. Evening—Indian Pow Wow 1. Grand council. 2. Speech by Mesquakle brave on Indian Customs of religious worship, and tribal emblems, etc. 3. Songs by all Indians. 4. Indian dances — Mesquakle Shawnee, Buffalo Head. Swan, Snake, contest for best man dancer. 6. Indian Flue solo, Jim Powe- shlek. 6. Boys and girls dances. 7. Dance by Indian youths and maidens. (This beautiful and poetic dance was shown before the public by the tribe for the first time last year). 8. Peace Pipe Dance. 9. Squaw games by Indian girls. 10. Bow and arrow game and contest. Each event on both afternoon and evening program will be interpreted and explained by Geo. Young bear. G In- to Hilda Hesvig-of Armstrong Weds Estherville Man Armstrong: Announcement of the marriage of Miss Hilda Hebvir; of Armstrong to Robert J. Bryan of Estherville is being made by the parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. B. Hesvlg of Swea City. The ceremony took place Saturday evening, August 13th at the Baptist church parsonage in Estherville. The Rev. J. A. Riggs read the single ring ceremony. Anton Gurdet has been visiting his parents In Crockston, Minn., for several days. Miss Caroline Ortmeyer of Cincinnati, Ohio, Is visiting at the home of her brother, W. A. Ortmeyer. Mrs. H. M. Irmlter was confined :o her bed for three dttys with in- 'ectton In her foot caused by severe >urp». Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jaskulke and children and Mr. and Mrs. H. tt. Irmlter were Sunday evening vis- 'tors a week ago at the Oscar John- ion home. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Lilland and family of Slater, have been visiting this week with the latter's sister, Mrs. Carl Halverson, also at the Martin Sampson home. A son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Von Bank had his hand caught in a threshing machine last week and the end of the middle finger on his right hand was taken off. Mr. and Mrs. Monson of Northfield, Minn., visited this week with their daughter, Mrs. L. H. Locker and sons, Matthew and Bergie Monsen and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Burl and their iHughter, Marilyn; Joe Burl and Mei'vin Johnson went co Fargo, N D., where the men will work in the harvest fields for several weeks. Curtis Halverson of Blue Earth, Minn., concluded a week's vacation Sunday at the parental Carl HaJ- verson home here. Curtis is employed in the A. & P. store in Blue Earth. Gladys Hansen, daughter of Mrs. John Hansen, and Junior Offenstein. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Offenstein are both recuperating from appendectomies . performed this week in Estherville. Frances Horse well, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Horswell concluded a three weeks' visit with relatives at White Bear, Minn. Her sister, Virginia, is now visiting in White Bear till school starts. Billy CaJhoun of Ottuwu. III., and Harold Johnson of Armstrong: via- ited Wednesday and Thursday with relatives in Algona. Billy returned to his home in Ottawa, 111., Friday morning and Harold returned to bis home here. Two New Teachers At Seneca School East Seneca: The Seneca consolidated school opened Monday, Aug. 29th, with two new teachers, Miss Marlon Clark of South Dakota teaching first and second grades and Miss Lavole Ellerbrock of Auburn teaching the fifth and six f h grades. The rest of the staff remains the same as last year with Frances Slagle as superintendent; Donald Schultz of Estherville, seventh and eighth grades; Lavonne Madden of Fenton, third and fourth; Frank G. Hanna of Colfax is coach and Janet Stye of Storm Lake is the English Instructor. Tfie school bus drivers for the coming year arc- Virgil Moor.?, Vor- ylc Smith, R. J. Campbell, Olaf Ofi.trfahl, A'bert Cody, Erri'l Elmers, Jess Halverson, Paul Crowley. Leo Denton and Ray Gardner. LaVonne Madden spent last week at Okoboji with friends. Helen Patterson spent Sunday at the parental O. R. Patterson home. Louise Wolf spent the week end with Mrs. Clifford Schrader of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Meyers were Sunday dinner guests at the Albert Meyers, Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen and Calvin were recent dinner guests at the Maurice Jensens. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Hansen, Ringsted, spent Sunday afternoon with the Peter Petersons. Mrs. Amelia Rlke of Algona spent Sunday and Monday at the George Wolf home last week. Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf and family spent Sunday in Woden and Forest City with relatives. The baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Johanson was christened Katherine Ann Sunday. Mrs. J. H. Jensen returned home Sunday after a two weeks visit with her sister at Blue Earth, Minn. Ruth Hantelman, Fenton, assisted Mrs. Lawrence Hantelman with cooking for threshers last week. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Dooc and chidlren were Sunday dinner guests at the Leo Lames, Bancroft,, a week ago. • Mrs. Bertha Looft of Des Moinea spent last week end with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ht.nry Looft. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Holt and son, Jimmie, of Rlngsted, were Thursday dinner guests of the O. R Pattersons. Mrs. Ulla Williamsoi: returned to the Olaf Oftedahls after spending the week with her son, /irt, at Estherville. Mrs. Harold Albright and her daughter, Constance of Ledyard, spent a few days with Mrs. Mildred Simpson. Mrs. P. Olson of Chicago and Tona Egeland of New York visited last week Wednesday at the Henry Looft home. The Seneca Lutheran Aid gave a>i ice cream social in the basement of the Seneca Lutheran church on Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lentsch of Comfrey, Minn., are visiting the Ambrose Lentsch and Julia Bollig homes this week. Mrs. Martin Henrickson and her children. Homer, and Elizabeth of Ringsted, were Wednesday dinner guests at the O. R. Patersons. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Dotson and family. Junior Merrill and Harley Hoeck Jr., attended a Sunday School picnic at Tuttle Lake Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hoeck nnfl son. Jimmie of LeMars. spcn: from Wednesday until Sunday at the Hpr- ley Hoecks. Jimmie remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bailey and daughter, LaVonne motored to M'n- neapolis on a business trip Monday. Mrs. Frances Slagle and small son returned with the Bailes. Mrs. Viola Struecker was assistant hostess last Thursday at a miscel- lantous shower given nt the Clarence Tlieesfield home in Fenton in honor of Miss Edna Theesfield, of Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyers and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and children of Burt, Mr.' and Mrs. Lloyd Hutchinson and family, Lone Rock were dinner guests nt the J. Meyers, Sunday. The community Bible class met last Tuesday with Mrs. Fred Thies, Bancroft. Those who attended from Seneca were Mrs. Frank Looft and daughter, Florence, Mrs. Jay Godden, Mrs. Chas. Oaborn, Mrs. Louis Gast and daughter, Florence. Rev. Patten of Bancroft was in charge. Read The Want Ads—It Pays. Lutheran Aid Ass'n Picnic Drew Sixty The annual picnic of the Aid Association for Lutherans, was held last Wednesday at the Call State Park. There were «0 In attendance The entertainment committee, consisting of the following, Amelda Lavrenz, Luella Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Wlttcopf, Eric Willrett, and Martin Zimmermann, provided the following program. William Dau showed moving pictures of his recent trip In the west. A number of young people, including Frank Tietz, Elmer Ewoldt, Loren and Luella Bell gave musical selections and vocal numbers. A tap dance was given by Evelyn Dau. The Misses Eld* and Esther Lavrenz gave original humorous readings, and Gerhard Wlttcopf acted as the master of ceremonies. Mr. Schultz, state represntatlva of the association, was a guest and gave a report. The Rev. P. /. Braner, Martin Bretthauer, district repreantatlve of Emmetsburg, and Mrs. Ida Zumach. local president of the Algona branch, gave short addresses. A supper in cafeteria style was served by the ladle-?. H.W.POST! Dray and Transfer . Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do aU kinds of draylng and hauling. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw BORCHARDTS SCHOOI SPECIALS urv YOUR NEEDS EARLY SHEAFFER'S LIFE TIME PEN AND PENCILS BE READY for the OPENING BELL Text Books A full line for Algona grade and high school pupils, new and up-to-the-minute. Come In, we will help you. Tablets, Note Books Tablets, note book paper, crayolns, paste. Ink, erasers, rulers, etc. Pens, Pencils Shcaffers from 81 to CIO Other mechanical pens and pencils. lOc 25c 50c WRIST WATCHES AH popular makes, styles, and models. Wide price range In bays' and girls' models. BORCHARDTS iaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw |l>IIIIIHHI!lll!lllllllillll|llllllllllllllllllllllllll!llllllllll|||||||||H AND NOW-BACK TO SCHOOL We're Ready for You with Everything Boys Wear ,s New Fall Suits AT NEW LOW PRICES $5.90 $7.90 $9.75 New Sport Models Ages 6 to 16 St Benedict Teachers Back St. Benedict: The complete teaching staff ot Sisters arrived last Sunday morning. There are three new SisUrg, SisUr Carmeletta, Sister Mlchaelena who were here the previous year. Return from Denver St. Joe: Mr. and Mrs. John Erp- eldlag and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ernst returned Saturday from a ten day trip to Denver. Boy's Wool Slacks VERY SPECIAL VALUES 98c $1.19 $1.98 $2.95 Ages 6 to 16 Boys' School j Shoes You'll be pleased with the New Fall Styles and New Lower Prices. 98c $1.29 $1.98 and better. NEW FALL Polo Shirts By Model 98c Crew Neck, Zipper, and Lace Neck. Others 79c and 49c Ages 4 to 18. CLOTHING AND LL'GGAGE FOR BACK TO SCHOOL OR AWAY TO COLLEGE! School Shirts In New Patterns That You'll Like. 49c 59c 79c Best Values to Be found Anywhere. Ages 4 to 16. II BOYS' OVERALLS AND UNIONALLS, Dark Blue or Striped 2 Great Values 69c and 89c The kind of clothes boys like to wear. take better care of them. They | CORDUROY JIMMY PANTS $1.49 Jackets to Match $1.49 Ages 4 to 10 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH

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