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Tto Atom Vtm PM M»ia«». AlgMt*. fri**, Aug. 26,IMfl FAMILY REUNION ATH.M.ZEIMEr HOME, LIVERMORE A fatally reunion was held on Sunday, August 16 at the Henry M. Zeimet home honoring Sister Mary Mareelllta Gtsch, a slater of Mrs. Zelmet, who was hoirte tot a five-day visit. Those present were: Ben OUch and family, Mf. and Mrs. taiwrence Olsch and -family, Mr. and Mrs. John Olsch and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lichter and sons,, Mr.. and Mrs. Ca - vln Bode and daughters, all of Algona;'Mr. and Mrs, J.ohrr Lenerts! and family, Mr, and Mrs. Mike Mar,so and family, ;Mr. and Mrs. Geo Lenertz, Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Len• erta and son 1 , Mr, and Mrs. Tec Wagnef and i daughter!, Mr. and :Mirs~ Mike Klein and family, Mrs Adolph Kass and daughter, all ol iSt Joe and Llvermore vicinity; Mr and Mrs. Ronald Collins and Mrs Mary Collins, West Behdf Mrs : Edwin Trueve and chlldre^, Wai nut Grove, Minn.; Mrt. John John son and son of Siayton, Minn. 3Hrs. Gus Bosalis, Cherokee; Mrs .Joe Glsoh and daughter, Mt. Lake Minn.; Aflrs. Clarence Elsenbarth rand son .Blue Earth, Minn.; Mr •and Mrs. Martin Waba, Cylinder :Mr. and Mrs. E. Norrls and daugh ter of Manly. . There were about 75 relatives i 'the group. A picnic dinner wa served at noorc. The afternoon vrti spent socially and taking pictures :Slster M Marcelllta left for Ch' cago Friday morning Mr. and Mrs. Paul L/aUllpy o Laurens spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Howard Vinson and Mr A. M. Laldley. IOWA Tues.-Wed., Aug. 25-26 County Fair Attractions Mr. and Mi* tt. B, Morgan a few days at a cottage at Lake 'kotooji. MM. B- MorUuivof Graetttngor came Friday for a visit at^the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bert brings peace to a West... torn by war! Thurs.-Frl^Sat, Aug. 27-29 MURDERER TO THE KILLI Norwoods Here for Visit with old Friends Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Norwood of 1 acoma> Washircgton, have been Islting old Algonft friends for the ast week and are guests at the . gl bme of Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Baron^ Mrs. Norwood Is Mr. Barton's later. Andrew is a son of the late _ _ 3d Norwood, who for a time was Okotooji. he cstptain of the "Lady Norwood," he only steamboat ever to ply the waters of the Upper Des Moines Iver. The Norwoods moved to Ta- onia in 1906. Ed Norwood died in 939 but his wife is still living in 'acortia, also another of the Norwood boys. The third Is employed mfttters n San Francisco. Andrew is In railway work at Tacoma. The vlslt- ng Norwoods were glad to meet again many old Algona friends. Marriage Business In Upward Trend The business of selljng marriage licenses continued to show an up ward trend With four licenses be Ing, taken out the past week, ac cording to Clerk of Courts, Mrs McEvoy. They were Issued to Claire J. Wermerson and Amelda M. Lavrenz, both of Algona; Fran cis L. Schriber and Doris Mae Jen sen, both Algona; Fred Johnson o Swea City and Anneta Karels, Led yard; John B. Walden and Bettj June Brown, both Algona. ALBERTREED, 92, GIVEN HONORS BY IRVINGTON FOLKS Irvington: A reception was given at the local Presbyteran church in Irvington last Friday evening honoring Albert Reed. The occasion was a courtesy extended to Mr. Reed by the people and children of his community for his interest in hem in ercting a granite marker which marks the historic - spot of old Irvington. Mr. 'Reed, belonging to one of ,.ie old families of pioneer days, s the oldest of the last remaining early settlers. It will be remembered that it was nearly 88 years ago that Mr and Mrs. Malachl Clark, their daughter Elizabeth and son, Thomas, with the Wm. Clarks came to Irvington make their hpme as the first permanent settlers. The Lown of Irvington was named after [rving Clark, son of the Wm. Clarks, said to have been the first white child 'born in Irvington. Martha Clark, daughter of the Malachi Clarks, was the first teacher In Kossuth county, teaching in Gopher colleg'e, which was located in Union township. The early history of this township, of the Robisons, Wrights, Johnsons, Carlona, Fills, Greens, Groses, Wiltfongs, Parsons, Haggards, Sample and others with Samples and many others with their hardships, and social activities almost reads like -fiction. So the span of Mr. Reed's 92 years reaches from pioneer days to modern living. Mr Reed, after spending several weeKs visiting here and in North Dakota .has returned to his home in Kan siis. It may .be said the best wishes of the community are extended to him—an entertaining and interesting grand old'man. Trinity Lutheran parochial chool will begin on Monday, Aug- . IJr. and Mrs. C. O, Shle/rk spent the week end in Des Moines where •he former attended to business alters. , Bert Satikey, son of Mrs. dara Sankey, is spending the week at the George Rife Moines. home in Des Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien and family and the latter's-parents spent last week at Horsehoe Lake, Minnesota. Mm Walter Ewey, wife of the barber, underwent an operation at the Kossuth, hospital Tuesday of last week. Ncls Chrlstensen and daughter, Jewell of Spencer spent Thursday at the home *f Mr. and Mrs. Roy Christensen. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bacon and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leason spent last week on a vacation in the Black Hills. Rev. C. C. Richardson was the speaker at the Mission Festival at the First Presbyterian church at Woden Sunday. Duane Klefln, who has been employed at Hood's, began working in the Selby grocery store at Webster City today. Artcnet Wooster and Margaret Sunday, Aug. 80—4 days Bettty Keene and Eddie Foy, Jr. in 'MOONLIGHT MASQUERADE' Second Feature Tyronne Power in "BLOOD AND SAND" ,Iltn Pool r«(turhed Saturday from Minneapolis where he had spent a few days on business. Miss Esther Needing arrived on Tuesday* evening to spend a few days at the Nevins Cuplin home. Mf- and Mrs. Chet BeSart and daughter, Judy, spent the week end at Mason City at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Green. The Frank Thorpe family will move the first of 'September to Ames where he will be night'cus- todian \n one of the State College buildings. Mrs. J. F. Pellsek and Mrs. Lloyd Robinson went to Des Moines on Thursday where they were alternate delegaes to the Legion Auxiliary convention. ir/mtard Genrtch of Amen spent the week end in Algona visiting friends. Howard recently move' to Ames with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Genrich. Dr. and MTSJ B. M. Wallace are enroute to California where they Will visit for two weeks with the latter's brother, R. J. Grover who is in a hospital there. Charles Lund returned VVednc! day to New Orleans after visit ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hen ry Lund for the past few days Charles is in the army. Jean Bawn of Eagle Grove spent Sunday at the home of their friend, Dorothy Dalley. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. White of Iowa Falls spent Sunday of last week with the latter's mother, Mrs. Ellis McWhorter. Mfl. and Mrs. George! Conklin spent a few days last week at Rochester where the latter went through the clinic. Mr. and, Mrs. Joe Kelly of Laurens spent Sunday at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hamill. Mrs. Kelly is Mr. Hamill's sister. Mrs, Clint Lighter's circle of the Methodist church met at the home of Mrs. Walter Johnson for a one o'clock picnic Thursday afternoon. Rev. C. C. Richardson and Frank Geigel attended a special meeting of the Fort Dodge Presbytery at the Y. W. C. A. at Fort Dodge on Frida<y. Mr, and Mrs. Wj J. Slgsbee and daughter, Ruth Ann of Fort Dodge were guests at Ihd home of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Slgsbee Friday evening. Mrs. Karen Parchman and daughters, Augusta and Clafra, arrived (Monday for a few days' visit at the'home of Mr. and Mrs. Alberjt Granzow.. "''' Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Powers and family will move today (Tuesday^ to the Frank Geigel home aft 421 South Wooster street. They formerly lived on East Call street. * Rev/ P. J. Braner left- Sunday •'afternoon to attend \the synodical convention of the Iowa District, West, of the Evangelical Lutheran church, from August 23 to 28 at West Okoboji. Mrs. Carl Boqmer, Hubbard, In., is visiting at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage since last Thursday. She is the sister of Mrs. P. J Braner and the widow of the late Rev. Carl Roemer of Hubbard. Mr. and Mm, Lee Llchty and son, Evan of Sioux Falls visited last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwell, Mr. and Mrs. Lioh- ty.were on their wa^ to Chicago, where they will make their home. Dr. A. J. Eason, Rev. C. C. Klch- ardsqn, W .A. Hardy, and R. J. Nealy, the latter of Burt, attended the Army Air show at Dea Moines Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Gadclls and daughters, Sherryl and Vickl, spent the week end at Spirit Lake; with Mr. and Mrs. Clark Close of Sioux Falls, who have cottages there. Durwood Baker arrived from Ames Friday to spend a few weeks vacation with his mother, Mrs. L. G. Baker, before reouming his studies at the Iowa Sta'-.e College. Sergeant B. O. Brechtbillj stationed at Monterey, California, left Wednesday morning for his post after visiting with his uncle, J. H. Brechtbill and family for a few days. Mrs. Lillian Hora of New York City arrived last week fcr a ten- Help Win With A Full Bin! A full coal bin these days doesn't mean you're a hoarder ... it means you're cooperating with Uncle Sam! Buying now relieves tlhe strain on heavy winter shipping . . . prevents shortage later on. If you haven't done, so already . . j order coal, today! •Worhr f$id Buy Bonds The Boys Will Bight ' RIAESLY Lumber CO. , Milwaukee Depot Plaza A - Phone 234 !*£ Ice Is a Natural Preservative most f«wds have » high molsiure they are apt and Order Ice t your Food $n$ Health New J94g Oa$le«Mx>? in the \_/*t»Jf w» » • » *-»•" -—— day visit with her sister, Mrs. E. H. Pittman and family and with her mother, Mrs. J. J. Spalla, at Britt. The Red Cross sewing rooms are open every afternoon. Mrs. Sam Medin would like volunteers to take charge of the rooms one day a week or one day a month and are asked to call her. Mrs. Don Alt spent the Week end at Sioux Falls with her husband who is in the army and stationed there, Mrs. Alt is, making her home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gveenberg. Marguerite Dalriel arrived Sunday from San Luis Obispo, California, for a week's visit with her par- Mr! and Mrs. E. W. Lusby. Miss Dalziel is assistant supervisor at San Luis Obispo camp. Mr. and Mrs. Will F. Walker en• tertained last week Miss Hazel Brewer and her brother, Charles of Vinton; Iowa.They 'have been tourist friends at DeLand, Florida, for the past four winters. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bedell of Pipestone, Minnesota, arrived Saturday for several days visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Medin. Theo. Bahn of Mason City arrived Sunday for a. visit at the Medin home. Mr, and Mrs, Nyle Latch and family left Saturday everting for State Center where they will spend the week at the homes of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Biensen dnd Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Latch. | Elmer Lee, Pjon of Mr, and Mrs. David" E. Zaugg tyent to Des Moines Tuesday ore business and also attended the Army and Navy how while there. Mr* Joe Dooley and daughters, Rita and Mrs. Dan En-gesser, the abler of WWttemore, spent Monday in Des Moines. Alice Matties, daughter of Mr. attd Mrs. Lyle Mathes, had her tonsils and adenoids remcved at the :<ossuth hospital Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Strlckler became parents of their second child, a son, born Thursday, he be- ttg named David Howard. Bob Wolfe Is (nldng his vacation this week from the Shllts Brown- oilt shoe store and is spending It in Minneapolis where his sister lives. •Mr and Mrs. George W. Kern of Scotta Bluff. Neb.c are visiting this week at the home of Mrs. Kern's mothetf, Mrs. Mary Collins. Mrs. Harry Greenbcirg returned Wednesday evening after spending the past week with her husband at Fort Francis E. Warren, Wyoming. Mr, and Mrs. James Fcnnlmorc of Burlington visited last week with the Ray Larsons. Mrs. Fenrri- more is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richardson became the parents of a boy born Monday of last week at the Kossuth hospital. Mr. Richardson :s a painter. Mrs. Mary Sands has received word that'her son, Russell, has been transferred from Spartansburg, S C., to the Sarasota Air Base ut Sarasota, Florida. Lee Dunn and James Schallei were Des Moines callers Wednes day, where they conferred with th' recruiting office as to joining the United States navy. Joan Potter, daughter of Mr. am Mrs. Harry Potter, is the new clerk at the James drug store. She sue ceeds Kenneth Furst who will at tend Dubuque University. Mr. and Mrs. Bobwt OTson o Sioux City were guests from Satur day until Monday at the Rober Richardsons. The two coupl'J spent Sunday at Okoboji fishing. |Mrs. Russell Thomas and Job. Paul Needing left for their horn at Fonda Tuesday afternoon afte having- spent several days at th home of Mr. and Mrs. Nevins Cup lin. Kenneth Bakken left Monday for Los Angeles, California, to visit his 'brother, Orvllle. who has been working In the office of Bullock's department store since last December. , Enid Puller arrived Monday evening from Des Moines for a week of vacation with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Fuller. Enid is employed by the government at Des Moines. Pvt, Thomas Bestenlehner of Camp Chaffee, Arkansas, is spending a ten day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Best- enlehner. Tom is in the ordnance department. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller returned Monday after spending the past few days at Two Harbors, Minnesota. They visited briefly at the home of the former's parents at Mapleton, Minnesota. Jean Kinscy, duajrhter of Mr. ttnd Mrs. E. S. Kinsey, is spend- ng the week at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Margaret Kieckson, at tfason City. Jean is employed at he Algona Insurance Agency. • Mrj amd Mrs. Lteo Wassenberg became the parents of a girl born ast week at St. Paul. -Mr. and Mrs. Wassenberg have visited here frequency at Ithe hnme of Mr Wassenberg's sister, Mrs. L. E. Lin- Em, Maurice Thompson, who is In th navy in Florida, is spending a few days' leave with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Theodorfc Thompson Maurice was employed at Bor chardt's drug store before enlist ing in the navy. Mrs. Clifford BJustrom and fam ily will move to Des Moines thi week where they will join Mr. Bjus trom, who is empoyed in the ord nance plant at Ankeny. They rt cently sold their suburban stor to L. A. Matern. Mrs. Henry Becker returned o Friday from Sioux City where sh had spent several days with he mother, Mrs. Mary Otto. Henr£ took her to Sioux City and the were accompanied by Mrs. Beck ers niece, Ruth Strandberg, an Evelyn Klatt who spent a day i Sioux City. Amy Seefeld of Cleveland. Oh! spent from Sunday until Friday of last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Seefeld. Miss Seefeld is a teletype and communications operator at Cleveland. She went to Kansas City Friday where she will spend a few days nd from there she Went to New r ork where she will spend a few days. The Methodist parsonage was the oene of an afternoon wedding Sun- ay, August 16, when Marilyn Mlll- r and Ellwood Nunamaker of 'lover were married by the Rev. leorge McDowell. Mrs. Nuna- naker is a niece of Mrs. Wilbur ustlce of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs part Griffith spent Thursday and Friday in Algona. 'hey have spent several weeks at efferson and are now located at Greenfield. Earl, who was foirmer- y assistant County Treasurer, is with the county auditing division f the State Auditor's office. Major and Mrs. William Collins f Charleston, S. C., are visiting at he home of Major Collins' mother, Mrs. Mary Collins. They have also been spending some time with Mrs. Collins' parents at Audubon. Major Collins ia in the veterinary and 18 acting as an Inspector. Mr*. M, A, Harvey and daughter, Judy, and, Mrs. Mildred Par* inenter and two sons of Ankeny Aftd Mrs. Glen Kellogg and daughter, Ruth of Des Moines spent TnU?** day at the home of Mr, and Mrs* Hershell W. Thompson. Mrs. Harvey Is Mrs. Thompson's sister. St. Benedict Church CHICKEN DINNER Sunday, Aug. 8ft, 5 p. m. MENU Chicken and Dressing Mashed Potatoes Gravy Cabbage Salad Buttered Corn Sliced Tomatoes Cottage Cheese Picklqs Ice Cream Cookies Coffee Mr. Farmer- WE BUY GRAIN Let ute bid on your next offering. Satgent & Co. Phone 360 " T Homer And^nson, Mgr Rjogler , . _. , Mrs. L. B, Larson, was severely burned Monday of last week when the steam from the radlaltor of a tractor burned him on the chest. He has been in bed since that time and is now 'much improved. m»»»»s»»»»»#«Ka8 R. S. Blossom Insurance Agency GENERAL INSURANCE iianc iuoi& litjiiv. *-M..V* »*~-, ^ T —^ — — -. — — son of Mr. Mil EM. McGuire, recently has been Non- Assessable Automobile and Truck Insurance Insurance of All Kinds RUPTURE - HOFF, ,of Aflnnwnolis, Minnesota; w demoflstratel, withput charge, Ms «-Rupture Shields' In AJ*ow, Iqwa, Hotel Ateon*, Tuesday, Sept. i l>r)p|n JO (ft, in, fta * p^m, » «T—«« •* w *w *7 * •"• «"* . . R|e%Be^«o»e early, Evening* by e fr$ej} iMipplyjjur my shields to, rupture sufferers in tWs tem» tory for ten years aj)4 longer. I e gtte.4 tfeojja^nds o| cases. H United Stetes during lh,ig «l m Jwqw fn jnay .CAIWS , wrew ™ ^^^^ nervousness, a^ojwth *n/4 8W gains. People b*ylJ» large wptwe* wWcfe k*ve fftpnjl after swrgjcaj operaWona «r intectiaii itee&OSgfa are eanaclallv Invited. *TK snu want «W« yH4P»3E^Ft**;, ?r^*l*»*£. ** *W. i&sWw it (tome- rifcfc 1 _ <fcS\J^biB* •jiJt Tf nnfthift to £&a v ni8 3S?_ _***J«8tP«'p ay ffjw j&vz ndtoww • ' 4 BBiB^X?'" 1 promoted to corpora* at FoM Crockett nefer Garten, Texas. Elmer joiflfld the army last July and has toeert In Texas since that time. . Merle Onklin and Burns Nugent returned last week after spending the past ten days in northern Wisconsin. Merle is the son <rf Mr. and Mrs. George Conklin and Burns is the son of Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nugent. ' Bert*Deal and his: brother-in- law, Bert Morlan and two sons of Brazil, Indiana, left Monday for Seattle, Washington, where they will find employment, . Mr.- Deal has spent the past month here with his family. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop spent Sunday at Albert Lea, Minnesota, visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Les Helle. Mrs. Hello is the former Dorothy Whitney. Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Drxunmond and family and Sue and Teddy Hutchison arrived Saturday from Chio<go. Sue and Teddy spent the w«|<jk Jr> Qhicagq end Mr. and Mrs. Drummond will spend several days here visiting relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Claire Levinn of Hintpn, Iowa, spent-the week end at the home of Mr, and Mrs, W. I* Jensen. The two women are sisters. Mr, and Mrs, Levdnn werte recently married and were returning to -their home (rom Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs, Emery Collins and Mr. and Mrs. Jke Motes of Be- lolt, Kansas, spent Tuesday of last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Clinton Wgrbter. They spent Tuesday evening at Humboldt at the home of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Peterson. Betty Thomas of Rapids, MJcMgajj, Jeft Tuesday of last weeH after spending the past days at |}»e bojpe of her , Parbara Haggard. Miss Misja Haggard were at War4 gelwojrt schpol fer f }rla at ^a^vUte Ten- Thomas »nd team nes«ee. Mr% Mauytca Bartholomew, 9fr% George Mtpsr, wd Mrs. Fred mt> and Daughter, Janice, Complete Line of School Supplies Pencils, pens, notebooks, paper, erasers, rulers, crayolas, etc. Children's Anklets and Underwear Cummings %l° Store I'm buying Bonds to ke«p away Bombs! When You Make Your Deposit^ Buy a Bond! man is toiling today with unselfish aim, That ajj» is embed^ d>ed deep witbip eveyy eitzw of all s follow puts ajsi4e 10% of caw, hu a Bo»d , , , sv ^-Ji.'vtw&'r'"' - ••) * ^ -^ * , ; w Military Tan Calfl Brown Suede with Calfl Black Calfl Antique Red Calfl OO-JJOff JOAN MILLER'S cuteroo in sn«zy goburdine iuedeclotfa. Plus » «yec| leetle dickeyJiird triin ,, 00% my cwwries, f,-, rao;. <a

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