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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 30,1938 RVINGTONPHONE SERVICE K.O.'D ! BYR.R.DERRICK •Irvington: Telephone service was bmewhat Interrupted last Tuesday h lines; IB, 8 and 27 when a large terrlok going over the old M & ft. L. railroad pulled the lines down list north of the Paul Blacks. The terrick Is being used In removing he old rails Of the now discontinued ft. it St. L. railroad. i Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dremmel and jon, Donald, spent the week end at ihe Des Moines state fair. They (cere accompanied by Mr. and Mrs Harold Van Allen. : Barney Frank), local exponent of til political and local affairs is much Improved In health and Is now able to be about without the assistance of a cane or crutch. : Mrs. Mildred Wight of New Mexico and Mrs. Merle Aalfs of Sioux City were guests last week of their krandmother, Mrs. Eva Gardner at the Hugh Raney home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole and two children of Woodbine, were week end guests at the home of Mr Dole's mother, Mrs. Mary Dole. Sun- lay dinner guests also present were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Harmon and >aby of Woden. Mr. and Mrs. John Weber returned last Wednesday from Pontlac, 11., where they visited with Mr. and itrs. Frank Weber, parents of Mr. Weber and also with the John Hlnes knd Joe Eyman families, Mrs. Hlnes md Mrs. Eyman being sisters of Kr. Weber. Mr. and Mrs. John Burge and laughter, Zoe, of Cedar Rapids, vere week end guests at the home if their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Fred 'ark. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Burge of Charles City were Sunday dinner ruesta of the Parks, Guy being a son of the Burges of Cedar Rapids. irvington Couple I Announce Marriage ! Irvington: Miss Eleanor Jenkins and Ronald Gardner surprised their many friends by announcing their j marriage last Friday. Eleanor is 'the only daughter of Mr. and MM. Leslie Jenkins and Ronald is the younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Gardner, farmers of Plum Creek, township. The many good wishes' of their friends are extended to this enterprising young couple. ' Whittemore Nurse* Vacation, Other* Resume Training Whlttem6re: Mrs. John GHedeu, Lawrence, and Ladonna Glleden, and Mildred Fandel drove to Do* Moines Thursday to get Misses Luclle Glleden and Mary Bauman, who are taking nurses' training at the Mercy hospital In Des Moines. The girls will visit with their parents for two weeks. Joe, Agnes, Ruth and Eleanor Loebach took Dorothy Loebach and Lenore Elbert back to Des Molncs Thursday, where the latter two girls will resume their nurses' training duties at the Mercy hospital at Des Moines. The girls had visited with their parents for two weeks. Return From Rochester Mr. and Mrs. James B. Geelan and son, Jimmle. returned home from Rochseter, Minn., last week Tuesday. While at Rochester Jimmie had his tonsils and adenoids removed. Dischers Have f»«p*t» Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Stahmer nnd family of Hinton and Rev. and Mrs. Walter Wagner and bnby of Emmetsburg were Thursday evening dinner guests at the home of Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Dlscher. Miss Alice Duffy of Mason Cit.y spent Thursday and Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Barber and family returned Saturday after a week's vacation with relatives in South Dakota. Miss Mary Velt Is visiting with relatives In Idaho. Miss Veil's sister, Sister Mary Clara of Sioux City accompanied Mary. Genevleve Alig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Alig went to Des Moines Friday where she will take physical examinations so that she may enter nurses' training at the Mercy hospital in Des Moines in September. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Jessen and son, Ralph, returned home Saturday evening from a two weeks visit with relatives at Elmhurst, 111. They also visited Mr. Jessen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Jessen and P. L. Jessen's sister, Mrs. Ed Hampton at West Chicago. Mrs. Thomas Stenson and her daughter who have been visiting at the Phil Hendersons, have return ed to their home in Minneapolis. Marcclla Henderson went home with them for a visit. Here's What's Coming Sept. - Cool Oct. - Very Cool Nov. - COLD and that weather program will move FAST—it always does because there is so much to be done BEFORE it gets cold. Cement work of all kinds, walks especially should be done VERY SOON. Outside repairs, too. Get the materials for YOUR fall work from our large new stock. F. S. Norton & SOD Phone 229 Algoua, Iowa RENEWED COLORS Have You Heard? Our newly installed equipment actually brightens the colors of the garments. The solvent is perfectly clear for each tumbler full of clothes— no gum-like coating left on the garments to deaden the colors and we can clean your clothes in less time. It's time to have fall garments fresh and ready for cool days. Our alteration department id at your service if garments need repair before cleaning. Try Our Laundry Service Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 537 FENTON FOR WARDS MEET THURSDAY Fenton: The Femtoii Forwards 4-H club met Thursday afternoon, August 25, with Shirley, Pauline and Phyllis Frank. Talks, "Attractive Book Ends", by Marian Fln- nestad and "Waste Baskets. Useful and Good Looking," by Fatth Finnestad, were given. "What is Good In Material and Design for Bedspreads", was given by Betty Jean Schwartz. Plans were made for the Kossuth fair and the posters to be made for the 4-H booth were assigned to the following. Activity—Dorothy and Lorena Dreyer; Publicity—Mary Ann Bohn and Betty Jean Schwartz; Health—Irene Krause and Kathryn Ohm: Organization—Ruth Dreyer and Shirley Frank. Mary Ann Bohn. Faith Finnestad, Betty Jean Schwartz, Betty Ann Meyers, Marian Finnestad and Lavonne Newel v,-o.r<> selected to slnf;. "Dreaming", accompanied on the violin by Shirley Frank, at the county fair 4-H club booth, between the demonstration to be given. Poetry was in charge of Mary Ann Bohn, Dorothy nnd Ruth Dreyer. Guests were Mrs.. Don Weisbrod nnd daughter. Anna Rae and Marilyn. Mrs. C. H. Newel, Isabel Ohm and Rosemary Finnestad. Helen Kern started work Monday nt tho L. J. Weisbrod home, while Mrs. Weisbrod is convalescing from a broken arm. Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske and sons, Ward, Kay and Lynn, spent Friday at Fort Dodge where Ward had his eyes tested by a specialist. Norms Scuelke of Storm Lake visited her brother-in-law and sister, the Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Rehder at Falrville from last week Wednesday to Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck and Lucile Bleckwenn and Arlo Voigt returned home Friday evening from a week's visit with relative? and friends at Hawley, Minn. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mansager enjoyed fishing and a picnic supper at Silver Lake Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Stems and daughter, Shirley attended the Iowa State Fair from Friday to Tuesday While there they were guests of MIM. Siems' cousin, Mrs. Henry Ehm and family. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson and son, Kenneth and Mrs. F. H. Bohn went to Okoboji last week Tuesday to bring home some of the Fenton 4-H club girls who spent several days at the lake. Florence Weisbrod returned home Friday evening from a three weeks' visit with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Denker at Lester, Iowa. Enroute home she visited friends in Sheldon. Hans Krause, Chaa. Glaus and Robert Krause returned home this week Monday from Chicago where they spent a week with relatives of the Krauses. Elsie Major, who spent three weeks here with relatives accompanied them to her home. Mr. and Mrs. John Light and Mr. Melvin Mansager and children, children, Eugene and Delores left Saturday afternoon for Iowa Falls to upend the week end at the Clyde Brooks home. Mrs. Brooka Is a daughter of the Lights and a sister of Mrs. Mansager. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mueller anc family moved Into the Albert Wolfgram home last week Tuesday which was vacated by the Walter Jentz } family. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tietz have moved, from the Zumach apartments into the Gramenz home vacated by the Muellers. The Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Hlnck and daughters, Elizabeth and Rosley of Leeds, Iowa, and the Rev. and Mrs. Herbert Berner of Ireton were 'guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Rehder, Falrville, while attending the Lutheran conference nt Whittemore from Monday to Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ruhnke and sons, Louis, Kenneth and Herbert of St. Joseph, Missouri, were Thurs^ day night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hantelman. The party was enroute to their home from a vacation spent in northern Minnesota. The Ruhnkes are no relation to the Fenton Ruhnkes. Mr. and Mrs. Don Weisbrod and daughters, Anna Rae and Marilyn, left early Friday for Moulton, Iowa to visit Mrs. Weisbrod's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stansberry. They will also visit Mrs. Weisbrod'a brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs Joe Cashmark and family at Albia. They returned home this week Sunday. Mrs. Henry Horstman and daughter Bernice and sons, George and Clarence and John Henicks, all of Elkader, Iowa, visited Friday to Saturday with the Alfred Meyers family and John Meyers. They left Saturday for a visit until Sunday with Mr! and Mrs. J. A. Ridder. of Fairmont. Mrs. Horstman is a sister of John Meyers and Mrs. Ridder. Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Stahmer and children of Hinton, Iowa, attended the Lutheran conference at Whittemore last week Sunday to Thursday. They also visited the Rev. Discher family at Whittemore and the Hilbert Hantelmans and George Siems near Fenton. They returned home last week Thursday. Rev. Stahmer is the former pastor at Fairville. A get together of the Wolfe clan was held a week ago last Sunday at the W. R. Wolfe home. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Wolfe of Glendale, California; Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Wolfe of Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Greenwalt and sons of Muusena; H. A. Scott of Fremont, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Henderson, Keota; Mrs. Ruth Forby, North Little Rock, Arkansas; Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Householder and family of Lone Rock, Ellen Wolfe, Lone Rock, and Free man Wolfe of Fenton. Portland Hay Fever Victim Goes North Portland: Mrs. Ray McWhorter left Saturday morning with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sheehan of Algona for a week's fishing trip. They expected possibly to drive as far as Canada. Mrs. McWhorter hoped to get relief from hay fever in the different climate. Bring Daughters Home Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl and son. Bobby went to Iowa Falls Sunday. August 28th to get the .Tanells' daughters, Lavina and Loreen. who have made a short visit with their sister. Elda Jandl, there. Me and Mrs. W. J. Stewart entertained a niece. Miss Mary Ann Primlslng of Melvin. from Thursday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shipler went to Des Moines Friday for several days at the Iowa State Fair. The little daughter is staying with the Roscoe Stewarts. Wesley Boys Leave On Nebraska Trip Wesley: Dennis and Donald Lickteig, Elliot Waldschmidt and Clem Ohmes left Monday by auto for a trip through Nebraska, where they visited relatives at various places and through Colorado and Wyoming. Wesleyan Enters Pair Wesley: Ben G. Studer has enter- d the competition in the Hereford cattle division at the National Livestock Show which opened at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines on August 24th. He will try to win a share of the $80,000 In cash prizes being offered in the contest this year. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••n CLOSING OUT SALE PITTSBURGH SUNPROOF PAINT ENAMEL Inside Gloss - Wall Paint 50% Off The Biggest Paint Bargain Ever Offered Barker Drug •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••n Several Union Farms Change Proprietors Union: Durwood MitUg ha» rented the land on the Geo. Kohl farm, but the Kohls will continue to reside on the farm. The Clarence Kramers will move to a farm near Forest City. The Karl Millers will move east of Burt. Other changes are also pending. DOAN ICECREAM SOCIAL NETS $31 Doan: Ai !• c i rrnm social was •'eld at the U-oan church Tuesday evening, Aug. 23 and $31 were taken in. The money is to be used for wiring the church. Woman's Clnh Mrs. Elna Buffinjtcn had the members of the Doan Woman's club meet at her home Wednesday afternoon and programs fo.- the coming year were given out. Mrs. Van Hansen of Ottosen and Mrs. Dean Andrews of Burt reaigne 1 from the club and Mrs. O. E. Hott and Mrs. Peter Ahrend are new members. Visits Mother Mr. and Mrs. Everett Robinson, who operate a Council Oak storj tit Sioux Falls. S. D.. visited the latter's mother. Mrs. Amos Angle, on Tuesday night and Wednesday of this week. They came Sunday and on Monday. Aug. 22, attended the wedding of his brother. Eugene Robinson to Ruth Cink at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Hott and Barbara Jean left Wedn°sdny. Aug. 24th for points in Michigan nnd III., where they will visit relatives. They expect to be gone two weeks. Dale Struthers purchased a V-9 at Algona Friday and Saturday he and Mrs. Struthers and Mr and Mrs. Theo. Hoover left for the state fair at Des Moines. They will return Sunday night. 105 Attend Family Reunion in Portland Portland: The W. J. McFarland family reunion was held Sunday at Goldfleld. A group picture was taken of the 108 relatives who registered. A program was held In the afternoon, also a ball game and election of officers. Mrs. G. O. McFarland of Portland township resigned from the presidency after 11 years of ser. vice in that office. The children, grandchildren and great grandchildren were from Springfield, S. D.. Fairmont, Minn., Webster City. Fort Dodge, Roland. Stanhope, Stratford. Swea City. Led • yard, Burt and the W. J. MeFar- lands are residents of Bancroft Zola Shipler, Maxwell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Rlngsdorf, visited from Sunday, Aug. 21st, until Thursday with friends and relatives here. Zola was a Tuesday dinner guest at the W. J. Stewart!-. After spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. Geo. Emerson, Mrs. Geo. Foley of Des Moines returned to her home, Wednesday evening. CLOSING OUT SALE I have decided to quit fanning nnd will soil the following (Inscribed prop (>rty at Public Auction on the' Dominic Stuflick farm. 1 mile south of St. Benedict. 4 miles south and 1 mile east of Sexton. (» miles west. 2 miles north of Corwith, 8 miles north and 1 mile east of LuVerne, on Monday Sept. 5 Sale Starts at 12:30 59 head of Livestock 59 Head of Horses 3 One gray horse, wt. 1400; one roan horse, wt. 1600; one brown horse, wt. 1400. 1O Milk Cows 1O Four Guernseys, 5 Holsteins, 1 Hereford, all young cows, 1 fresh and rest to freshen soon 11 Heifers 11 One roan 2 yr old heifer, will be fresh in six weeks.. 2 Tlolstein and 1 Hereford will be fresh this fall Fouryearlinii heifers, 2 spring calves. 1. small calf. 35 Head of Hogs 35 One sow, f> pigs, one yearling Hampshire boar, 27 spring pigs. MACHINERY One new W-C Altls-Chalmers tractor (rubber In frunt); one new Allis-Chalmcr cultivator with heavy duty power lift; one 14-ft. Allis-Chnlmers disc, bought new this spring; 1 International 18- In bottom plow; 1 new 8-ft. McCormick-Dcering spring tooth harrow; 1 John Deere 999 corn planter with 80 rd. new wire; 1 hay rake; 1 Dane mower; one 20-ft. dray with cart; 2 single row cultivators; 1 surface cultivator; 1 endgate seeder; one 16-inch, sulky plow; 1 wide tire wagon with new box; 1 hay rack with wagon; 1 silage rack; 1 new McCormlck-Deerlng cream separator, large size; 1 new OIl-o-Matic brooder stove, tin chicken coops; 1 grindstone; hay fork; two 50-gaI gas. barrels; three 5 gal. cream cans; 1 new 10 gal cream can; 2 sets of breeching harness with collars; 2 scoop boards. 15 tons wild hay in barn, 1 small stack wild hay, 1 stack straw, ',4 of 8S acres of corn in field. (300 chickens, 150 White Leghorns, 150 Buff Leghorns, mostly pullets.) 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