OF ARMSTRONG PAIR ANNOUNCED the secret marriage of their daugh ter, Ardella to Arnold LeMalre o too U k Sr th 'r Minft - The ™™°« v 0 . 0 * " Ia « J uly 3. 1938, at Moun Vernon South Dakota, with the Rev - mtotatop here Were attend ed by Mr Barhow of Arm Caught in Wringer Marilyn Burt, three year old ™t U £ ter ,1 Mr ' ttnd Mr8 ' Alva *""•' got her right arm caught In a wash machine wringer Monday afternoon ' Glen Burt - Mr - an of Rlngsted and Mrs wr. D Hw an< !, dau « hter - Marie were all Wednesday evening visitors at the Alva Burt home. Mrs. Lou Robinson of Cedar Rap- Jds is spending this week with her nieces, Mrs. J. B. Knlpe. The Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Boade and family are visiting the latter's •parents in DeSmet, South Dakota, Bill Moore left Thursday morning for Minnesota and Milwaukee, WIs., where he will visit with relatives. Rose Ellen Whitlow and Betty Jane Gabriel spent several days vls- "» ln J MU " WhlUow'a grandparents at Fenton. Mr. and Mr§. Lyle Askeland are the parent* of a girl, Marlene Louise, born Sunday, August 21st. This is their second child. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Robinson are the parents of a baby girl born on Sunday, August 28th at the Coleman hospital in Esthervllle. Mrs. Carrie Togstad and two children, Virgil and Bjrnlc« left on Tuesday for Rock Rapids, where they will make their future home. Miss Grace Gaarde left Friday for Upper Sandusky, Ohio, where she expects to sign a contract as athletic director In that community for the coming year. Mrs. T. L. Johnson and son, Dick visited relatives in Waterloo last week. Her sister, Florence Blekfeld, who is employed in Waterloo, returned to Armstrong with her for a few days' visit. *fo AlffttftUpper Des Koines Algona, Iowa, Sept. 6,1938 Churchillt Holds Annual Reunion in Armstrong Sunday Armstrong: The Churchill family held their annual reunion on Sunday, Aug. 28, at the Sam Churchill home in Armstrong. There were seven of the original family who settled In Emmet county over 60 years ago, present. They were C. 8. Churchill, Mrs. Mary Felke, Aura Churchill, Mrs. Lily Horswell, William Churchill, Sam Churchill of Armstrong and Mrs. Eva Calry Dayton of Algcna. Others present were: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fox and son, Lyman of Monterey, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seeley and son, Bert, of Whlttj- more, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beck of Esthervllle, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. 3mlth and son, Clarence and Mrs. tx>ren Calry of Jefferson, Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Calry of Waterloo, Mrs. Lillian Dunn of Huron, S. D., Miss Selen York of Lake Preston, S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Flier and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gaarde and children of Haifa, Mrs. Aura Churchill and son, Leslie; Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Peterson, Mrs. Libble Hoppus and two sons, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Oaarde, Mr. and Mrs. Byrl Horswell, Mrs. Sam Churchill, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Troestler and daughter, riah, and Hr. and Mrs. Merrll Nlcoson and daughter, Jerry Louise, all of Armstrong. EAGLETOWNSHIP SCHOOLS OPEN Swea-Eagle: The schools In Eage township opened last Monday. The teachers are: Dlst. No. 1 Kathyn Larson; Dlst. No. 2, Alice Uhr; )lst. No. 3, Lillian Brones; Dlst. fo. 4, Kenneth Nelson; Dlst. No. , Miss Ardenbrlgbt and Dlst. No. , Myrtle Holcomb. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Chambers are arents of a son born August 24. Mr. and Mrs. G«o. Harner and illdren, James and June, together nth a group of other relatives had a picnic dinner at West Bend last Sunday. Jessie and Rose HenrtsocV of Ooldfleld were guests at the J. E Harner hjkie from Saturday last week unfWTuesday. On Monday they accompanied Mrs. J. E. Harn- cr and son, Lester and Carrie Harner of Swea City to visit Mrs. Eva Harner at Good Thunder, Minn. 5ENECA SCHOOL BEGINS, 5 PAIRS TWINS REGISTER Seneca: The Seneca school startled Monday with two new teachers added to the teaching staff. The school has five sets of twins in its enrollment, Jean and Joanne Kennedy, Mervln and Melvln Klein and Lester and Lloyd Volght, all In the high school and Everett and Ervln Elmers In the sixth grade and Donald and Darlene Elmers In the second grade. The two sets of Elmers twins are children of Mr. and Mrs. Emit Elmers. Florence Jensen Is working at the Leo Lampe home near Bancroft. Freda Haack of Lone Rock helped Mrs. Sheldon Merrill several days last week. Mrs. Alice Duryea of Irvlngton Is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Campbell. Mrs. E. M. Gardner and daughter Bertha returned Monday from a vls- It with relatives In South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Godden enter- tanled at a party In their home on Thursday evening honoring Mr. and Mrs. Paul Volgt. Mr. and Mrs. Marlnus Nellsen and daughters were supper guests at the Carl Nielsen home In Graettlnger and helped Mr. Neilsen celebrate his birthday. Goetz Reunion Held in Wesley Wesley: A Goetz reunion was held at the Mrs. Mary Goetz home Thursday evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Llnden- meyer of Hammond, Indiana; Mrs. Mary Goetz and Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Goetz and family, the Anthony Johnson family, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Goetz. the Joe, Leo and Henry Goetz family and Miss Lorraine Garman. A picnic supper wns held on the lawn with 42 present. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Llnden- schmldt left for their home at Hammond, Indiana, Saturday forenoon, after a week's visit with his mother, Mrs. Mary Goetz and other relatives. Birth of a Boy A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Froehlich at the General hospital, Algona, last Monday morn- Ing, August 29. Mrs. Froehlich was Wllma Selpman of Algona before har marriage. Fort Dodge Thursday afternoon o a business and pleasure trip. The returned Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Hlrner an two daughter*, Lucille and Ann May, left Monday Aug. 26 for week's visit at Quincy, 111., wher Mr. Hirner's mother lives. Mrs. Will Ward took her friends Mrs. Eldon Waldbllllg and Edward and Gertrude Waldbllllg to Fort Dodge, Tuesday. They had vlsltet at the Ward home since Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Winger and family returned to their home at McAllen, Texas, after a two weeks visit here with his mother, Mr? Michael Wingert, and other rel atives. Mr. and Mrs. John Fessler were Tuesday night guests at the John Rlchter home. The Fesslers had lived south of town about 30 years ago and had been visiting relatives Including the Webers In Minnesota Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reno and Mrs. Paul Flaherty returned on Tuesday night from a ten day visit at several places In Illinois and Wisconsin. Paul Flaherty of Chicago came back with them for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Meuhe, Ruth and John, left Friday morning for a week's visit In Illinois. They will visit relatives at several different places. Clare Hlldman is looking after the Meuhe farm work during their absence. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Waldschmldt, Luella and Edna May Llcktelg went to Des Molnes, Thursday, taking Irene Allg to the hospital there, where she Is a student nurse. Irene's mother accompanied them and they returned home the Same night. Buys 80 Acre* Frank Fox will move next spring to the farm he recently purchased from Julius Kunz out of the assets of the Federal Surety Co. The farm consist* of 80 acres and is located in Wayne county In southern Iowa. Irene Hayne* Weds A party waa held Friday night at the P. C. Haynes home honoring Irene Haynes who was to be married Monday Sept. S to Edward Far- Hum. Mr*, McMahon Ho*teM Mr*. Tom McMahon entertained the member* of her bridge club on Thursday afternoon at her home Guests were Irma Ward and Mrs D. J. Zerbe. Mrs. Zerbe won high prize and Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer won second high. This is the first partv to be held by this club since last spring. Whether you're short or toll... A Slip to Fit YOU! Floray slips ore first in the medium-priced field to present this idea! No longer need you do tedious altering... for these slips are the correct length, the proper proportions throughout for ANY figure! Sized as carefully as fine-made dresses! No riding, ^ no sagging, no twisting... and no side seams! 9 f Left—Satin suede (rayon Right—Satincel (acetate taffeta) tailored, lace or rayon) satin, tailored medallion ^ slip, beautifully ^ trimmed $1.00»»J- , . $1.69 In either lenath. In either length., Nation Learns of Vital Health Benefit* 'TO THINK soon A DELICIOUS » BREAKFAST CONTAINS THAT NCRVC- NOURISHING fOOD . 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The baby boy born to Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Angle two weeks ago has been named John Amos Clayton. Mr. and Mrs. Ole K. Flom, Anna and Ethel and Marilyn Larson of Brltt spent Thursday and Friday at Klron. Leila Wester of Ames spent her week's vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wester. i Irene Sherman of St. Paul spent several days last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sherman. Mrs. Oscar Erlckson and Evelyn came Tuesday evening from Elmhurst, III., for a visit with Arabella McPherson. The Ben Eden family and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schutjer attended the stale fair at DCS Mo'ne* Wednesday. Mrs. Halvor Floom, Jr., took Mar. garet Flom to Exira, Iowa, Thursday where the latter will begin her duties us teacher. Mrs. Hoy Klcinptter aud two children. David and Diu:i;i. were callers at the George Kelsh home. Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. William Huuptly and Minnie Kutschara returned home recently from a week spent ut a cottage at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fox returned Monday night from their Missouri trip. Louisa Fox stayed there to attend school this year. Mrs, Ben Eden received a frac ture of the right arm above the wrist Saturday afternoon while cranking the family car. Walter Scholtz of Philudelpnia visited at the Emil Wester home from Monday till Wednesday before going on to Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sherman and family moved from Whittemore on Wednesday into the Sturdivant house in the west part of town. Annu Wester left Monday nignt for New York City after spending the past month here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wester. Mrs. Lael Root and baby, Ellen. went to Clear Lake Thursday where they visited her parents', Mr. and Mrs. George Sheridan, until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson and son, Arvin, returned the latter part o/ the week from a two weeks' vacation In Chicgo and Muskegon, Mich. Mr. and Mri. Harry Mathahs brought Uwir daughter, Dorothy Ann boma Friday morning from Algona after a tonsil and adenoid operation. Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and family, jimmy and Jack, went to 14FROMLUVERNE TO GO TO SCHOOL LuVerne: College life will star for some LuVerne young people am will be renewed by others In the next week or two. The first to go will be Shirley Blumer, Hazel Ny gaard and Phil Llchty, Jr. They wll attend Hamilton Business Colleg at Mason City. Kenneth Marty and Elinor Mae Wolto plan to go to Western Union College at LeMars Dolores Voss is making tentative plans to enter Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls. These are all 1938 high school graduates. Jeannette Henderson wll Iresume work In her course In journalism nt the University of Minnesota, Earl Legler will begin his third year at I. 6. T. C., Earl Hanselman, who has been working In the Humboldt Co-Oepratlve creamery this summer, will continue his dairy and economics course at Iowa State at Ames and Wm. Chapman will start his second year In a mechanical engineering course. Edward Lindebak Is a second year student at Waldorl college at Forest City and Robert Smith will begin work there. Donald Trauger, son of Mrs. Helen Trauger. is to study at the University of Minnesota and will be a part time Instructor there. Robert T'aug- er, who Is having a month's vacation, will return to Annapolis to begin his last year at the Academy there. . .... 3. 3. Club Me«t» The Initial meeting of the new year for the J. J. club was held Friday afternoon with Mr*. Chas. Wolf. Mrs. Harry Llchty had charge of the afternoon's entertainment after a discussion of plans for the year was held. Mrs. Bernard Wolf is the new president. Double Wedding The Misses Gladys Ramus nnj Virginia Ramus, daughters of Mr and Mrs. Otto Ramus of LuVerne were married at a double wedding I ceremony at the Grace Methodist church, Des Molnes. Friday afternoon, Aug. 2fl at four o'clock In the afternoon. Gladys became the bride of Wendell Jurgenson of Algona and Virginia became the bride of Charles Sorensen of Corwlth. The young couples spent a few days at the state fair and Friday afternoon a miscellaneous shower was held at the parental Otto Ramus home with their sisters, Mrs. Henry Marr, Cor- wlth, and Mrs. Percy Schlchtl as the hostesses to about 20 friends and relatives. Mrs. George Tiede visited relatives at Madison, S. D., several days last week. Erwln and Donald Meyers spent ast week nt Plato and Hamburg, Minn., visiting relatives. About 50 friends attended the Ver ion Lang funeral at Nora Spring; rom LuVerne. Wednesday. L. H. Llchty went to Iowa City Wednesday for a check-up on an iperation performed last spring. Mr. and Mrs. John Welner. formerly of LuVerne, now of Lincoln, feb.. visited here this week at the iome of relatives. They attended lie Hof-Wolto family reunion held t Clear Lake Sunday. Mrs. Rachel Hanna and daughter, Geneva, Fairmont, Minn., were the uests Friday at the home of Mrs. 'eter Thompson. They recently re. jrned from a S.OOO mile auto trip irough the western states. They Isited the Dr. Ward Hannas at xmg Beach, California, and other elatlves at Burllngham. Dr. George Walrath, Algona, has ented the former office of Dr. A. J. Canon, who has moved to Algona nd will begin the practice of den- stry as soon as the office Is redecorated. Dr. Walrath has a wife and little daughter and will move his family here as soon as a home can be found. Besides being an experienced dentist he Is a musician and at present Is soloist with the Algona band. SENECA SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY East Seneca: Supt. Francis Slaglo returned home Thursday from Minneapolis where he attended summer school at the university. The Seneca school opened Monday, August 28th. Helpfnl Club Mert* The Helpful Thursday club mot at the home of Susan Kracht on Thursday. Mrs. Virgil Moore was assisting hostess. 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