The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1942 · Page 5
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RAMSEY REFORMED CHURCH HED FESTIVAL FRIDAY Tltonka: The Harvest Festival at the Ramsey Reformed church by the members of the Ladles Aid, took l<i a little over $46.00 In spite of the '.b'ftd leather Friday evening. A •short program on "Dresses of Yesteryear" was modeled by some of tne ladles from 1000 down through 1942. The piano solo, "Comradds !rt Arms" by Mrs. Ben U. Meyer, -was given and lastly a short skit, "High Pressure Salesmen" given by three ladles, Mrs, John S. Rlppenr trop, Mrs. Ray Rippentrop and Mrs. TD. B. Mayer. Lunteh was sold at the close of the program. Dan Wibben and Arthur LoatS •were business callers at Mason City Saturday. Some of the members of the Good Hope Lutheran Ladles' Aid attended the guest day at Britt Thursday afternoon. . Mrs. Bill Steeberg, Jr., , Port Dodge Friday to s; Week end folth Mr. and ; Steeberg, Sr, ';lMr. and Mrs. Guy Bruns, Mrs Clarence Penning and Geraldlne 'B'riins and Mildred Fox of Wesley took In the show, "Dust to bust' ta Algona, Wednesday evening. '<A skating'party and dartce was held at th'e. Coliseum Friday eve' ntng In honor of Harold Mlller'a birthday. After skating ice cream and .cake was served at the home .Mrs. Senus [Isebrand and son Richard left Friday evening ft train for Chicago where they wll visit the Merlin Isebrand family i •week.. § ' . !.'..- : , '.. '. ,-....'. • £ -.'(Mr. and Mrs. >Earl'Emrhets, wh have had an apartment at .the; C B( iEgesdal'a for the past thre nipnths moved Friday ; to; Burt where Mr. Emmerts is employed. Mrs. Pierre Sartor and Mrs. Mar Oesterreicher were hostesses at buffet supper for the first meetin of the season for the Tltonka Wo ent to hd* the Irs. Bill Beat the Jap with, your old Sera man's ctub Thursday evening. The members wore corsages of War Sav- ngs Stamps, iMrs. Florence Reaser and .Doyle went to Iowa City Tuesday morning where Doyle entered the hospital or observation and. treatment. Doyle Injured his leg about a month igo and has been confined to his ed'ever since. (Mrs. Fred Adamson entertained he U-Deal-M club Thursday afternoon. Guerits were Mrs. Ben U. Meyer, Mrs. Frank Fisher and Mrs. F. G. Elliott. Defense stamps were won by Mrs. Harold Miller and Mrs. Raymond Bartlett. •Mr. -and Mrs. Alvln Honkcn and children 1 were dinner guests at the Henry Plalsiers Friday evening, honoring Mr. Honken as he left on Monday for Des Moines where he will do civil service work. He will be in Des Moines for three months. LEDYARD MOTHER IN HOSPITAL AT BLUE EARTH iLedy>rd: Following an Illness of two Weeks from bronchial pneumonia, death came to Mrs. Francis Alberts Troff'in a Blue Earth hospital Monday, September 21. Sh( had been a patient in the hosplta a week. She was born In Buffalo Center, March 21, 1908. On Sep- tember'1, 1826, she was married to Hemrrie Troff and to this union were born seven children, Arllne, Harold, ArdLs, Dennis, Shirley and Dorothy,' surviving with the father, and Robert, age d4, who died in 1939. She was a member 1 ., of the Evangelical and Reformed church and funeral services were held from there.'ln chttrge'of Rev. E. P. Nuss. Pallbearers were Alfred Miller, Chester Johnson, Melvin Logeman, Harold Darnell, Clarence Darnell and Howard Anderson. Interment was in Highland Home cemetery, Ledyard. Out of town relatives attending included Mr. and Mrs. Sle Miller of Ackley, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lurson of Dumont, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Ahlfs, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ahlfs, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Har- Ralph Smith With Navy Hospital Corp* Mrs. Ruth Jackson of New Hampton, Spent last week at the home of her son-in-law, A. 'J* Long. A large crowd attended the Mission Festival held all day Sunday at the trinity Lutheran church/ Communion Services at the St. Thomas church will -be held on Thursday morning at ten o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. William Peeh became the parents of a. baby boy born Wednesday at the Kossuth hospital. Albert Qranzow spent from Thursday until Saturday at Cedar Rapids where he attended a sales conference Mrs. Lucille Carlson of Algona Is receiving medical treatment at the General hospital. She entered the hospital Sunday. Mr. ftjid Mrs. C. G. Fredell of Sioux City spent Monday and Tuesday of last week of. tne home 6f Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Robinson., Mrs. Janet Verveer, Lorraine TJerney and Hazel Potter, all employed at Des Moines, spent the week end in Algona visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. G> H. Uaylor and Mrs. Campbell Humphrey went to Des Moines Friday to bring back Mr. Taylor who has been in the Veterans' hospital there for Several weeks. Mr. Taylor IS feeling much better now. Mr. and Mrs. Leo finmerfall became the parents of their first child, a girl, born Wednesday at the Kossuth hospital. The baby has been named Sheryl Diane. Mr. Immerfall is employed at the auditor's office at the court house. Mrs. Immerfall is the former Darleire Stott. Mrs. R. J. Harrington and MM. R. B. Waller went to Boone Monday where they met Mr, and Mrs. Frank W. Fuller of Long Beach, California. They went on to Dess Moines where they visited Lieut. Harrington and R. B. Waller, Lieut. Harrington leaves this week for Ft Rlley, Kansas, where' he has been transferred. Mrs. Fuller was the former Bernlce Harrington. fJWWWWWVW^^ Mrs. Hor* Kriiw of Vfntpn spent the week end at the home 6f her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mur- tagtt, >Wm. oVDau accompanied Harold Sorensen of LuVerne to northern Minnesota last week on a fishing trip. Julia Earth went to Klmball, South Dakota, Friday where she was called by the 1 death of her brother-in-law. Mrs. Henry Wcgener Is HI at the General hospital. Mrs. Wegener, wh(Jse home Was formerly In Whif> temore, now lives In Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Chase of Sib- Icy have moved to Algona where Mr. Chase is employed by the Pioneer Seed Corn company. Mrs. Jennie Colwell of Irvlngton, who has been living with her son, Floyd, at Humboldt, has moved to Algona for the winter months. Mrs. J. W. Sullivan Went to Adel Sunday of last week to visit relatives and friends. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Fardel. Mr. and MM. Thomas Keneflnlt and son, Thomas of Eagle Grove, spent Sunday of last week'at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Kene- fi'ck. Mr. and Mrs. George Carmody and daughter, Sarah Ann, of Clinton spent last week in Whittemore and Algona visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Clark Godden and .Mrs. Flora Riebhoff went to Spencer last Thursday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Gutknecht. Dorothea Bjustrom headed the refreshment committee at the first all-college party of the year at the Dakota Wesleyan University on Friday night. Ralph Lewis Smith, Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith of Union township, enlisted in the navy at Spencer July 15th. On the 20th he Was sent to Great Lakes where he took preliminary training, followed by six weeks medical schooling aftei which he will be assigned to the navy hospital corps. Ralph is » graduate of the Burt high school in the class of 1936. LEDYARD NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Leo Thilges of near - - - ' Kirl Farmers: May we suggest that NOW, while parts are available, Is tlia tlirie to overhaul and repair your corn picker and tractor. Used Machines No. 5 McCbrmlck-Deering endgate seeder with grass ' .-.. seed attachment. ' . 36" WOods Bros, all steel thresher. Make us an offer. No. 4,McCorinick-Deerlng .cream ^separator... '4': C" -'[.; " Royal BluV cream separate):' ''•' '.'"' , Deerlng corn binder One 2-16" I H. C. Little Genius plow. McCormick-Deering Store •-- : '' •''• -I £, ~ iL*' *L** ••' f '& '..;. ..-.; A.;;'- • 1 ;^*'; - v - •*•*-•'•>; Phone 52 Walt Han, Mgr. ringa, Mr. and Mrs. John Stohr, Mr 'and Mrs. Elmer Stohr, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson, all of Buffalo Center; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stohr, Elmore, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hirsch, Corwith; Mr. and Mrs. At- >ert Everding, Mr. and Mrs. Heniy; Ahlfs, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Chr.'st, all of Forest City; John Alberts an'l Miss Florence Alberts of Swea City; ; Mr. and Mrs. Glaus Ubben, Miss Grace Karrels, Amboy, Minn.; Ben Karels, Lake Crystal, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. John Karrels, Bancroft; Mr. anw. Mrs. Robert Simons, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simons, Jr., Mr; and Mrs. Joe Simons, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Weller and Mrs. Wilbur W'tftjes, Lakota; Frank Pruisman, Woden; Miss Fannf« plark, Mr. Awe, Tom Anderson and James Hues of, Thompson. ,. .- , :i ...••. 4-CORNERSCLUB )THERS Farmers — ATTENTION • i \-, • '•.-.. KR1SS-KROSS—ALL SIZES Coast-to-Coast Store From where I sit... •• • ' *• . •* Ay Joe Marsh Four .Corners: -Twenty-five mem*, bers and'three visitors were present at the Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club meeting with Mrs. Rose Sabin Thursday afternoon. The meeting was called to order by the v'<;e president. An interesting paper was given by Irene Bjustrom on the picturesque St. Lawrence. The club will make a wool quilt of 6-inch squares to be given to soldiers. The next meeting will be held at Susie Wltham's and Rena Cruikshank will give a reading. The members are to bring the'.r quilt lock, scissors and thimble. •Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harlan were i"r'.day evening callers at the John abin home. . .> • Mr. and Mrs.. Smith attended a arm bureau meeting Friday evening at the community hall. (Mrs. John McNeill 'and baby' ame, home • from the hospital last week,. but she has been -'suffering with an attack of flu. . ' Mrs. Arne Pedersen, daughter of Mr. a,nd Mrs. W. R. Smith, spent he week with her uncle and aunt, dr. and Mrs. Ami! Pearson. Mrs. George Lee was happily sur- 4 ;rlaed Saturday afternoon, the occasion being her birthday. Those attending were Mesdames Otto Haran, Howard and Everett Witham, Chris Jensen, Jerome Eisenbarth, Ohet Robinson, Ray Smith, John iich, Wm. Drayton and Mrs. Lee's mother, Mrs, Harvey Johnston of Algona. Mrs. Lee received many nice gifts. Cake and coffee were served. ,•••.*•• ED CAREY, our fire chief, came stompin'lnto the println'pffl?e last week, mad4«r*n a "Sayl" he yells, "If I eojjld, get my bands on that fellow. Qoebhels, I'd stick a 8re hoie'fjijkU! mouth and turn 09 the pr«Mtfh w Ed shouts, poundin' my 4f*J£ r*¥° y° B know what be'* pottin op the German ihort-WB? e propagtmU to America NOW? He'« t«llto' felki that Aperican i 118, People realize that if Goebbelq wants beer taken away from our soldiers— there mwt be a reason. The enemy won't stop anything that's hwtlw our army, try to stop whatever** to grin. course" "Calm ypnwel*, Ed," wyi I, "Nobody's going to * " " Goebbeli Wls 'em/' cant help but like they hope^tbey're 'Just flrinjn'wba,t the Secret ' and th« other Amy «B»tdoi»'tywsee „ , this b«re-f»ced lie on th» stir up trouble." '(Pretty «tupld propftga^dj, W «ay. Pretty »iUy, *?»» for-ftf N««i»," sj»y» It , ' "Bow tot* i*y» S^» 'fhwe'i people fa> thto 5«>>}ntry tb*t yyti W token out of tb« campfl^Tlwt sure is goi»f t» bwfl §ra»? «or§J% And thl» lie «rt«ipiy i»>«l for Mr »**," / other a flfbttn? f w -.. America «*",*V i From wb»r« i §iM @ra w why G«bkU wwtt bx*r wt o) rather f*ce M iT»f that ri«bU £p 0*1 thai *a* foHreedom ft WM tmd mtf tjA ftel «Kry dty,.. * " -Not if I kRoy by%«4wJt!w" • ,f# / -7«t"?' Bode have bought the John Kirk home. They wMl not take possession immediately ana the Kirks will remain there. Mrs. Mary Lalngr, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith and Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rosenkranz, the latter of Spencer, were Sunday dinner guests at tne L. F. Pratt home at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Johannsen ,tl Waverly and Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Johannsen of Estherville were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen. Mr. and Mrs. John Kirk went to Waterloo Wednesday where they adopted a ten-day old baby boy. They have named him John Peter. Mr. Kirk owns the Buick garage. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Attelson and son of Fort Dodge spent the week end in' Algona with friends. Mr. Attelson is a teacher in the junior college and the high school at Fort Dodge. i Mrs. Dorance D. Greer. returned Thursday from Washington, 'D. C., where she had spent several days with her husband, Lieut. Greer, who is in the army. Wesley Wm. Lee came home on Tuesday of last week from West Palm Beach, Flordia, to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Lee. Wesley had a ten day furlough from the. army air corps. Mrs. Ruth Payne, a relief operator, whose home is at Mt. Pleasant Is working at the local Western Union telegraph office, replacing Walter Larkins who has been sent to Gering, Nebraska. Miss Camilla Riebhoff of Minneapolis and Mr. aird Mrs. A. W. Meschsr and daughteir, Barbara Anna of St. Paul spent Monday and Tuesday of last week visiting at the home of Mrs. Flora Riebhoff. •Howard Medln, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Medin, graduated . from the army air corps at Luke Field, Arizona, today (Tuesday). He is now a lieutenant. He expects to come home for a visit the last of the .week. Mr. and Mrs; Albert Leigh became the parents of their first child, a girl, born Wednesday at the Kossuth hospital. This is the first grandchild, for Mr. and Mrs. Sim Leigh, prominent iresidents of Sherman township. ' - ' Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Amfahr of Algona and Wallace Youngwirth and Ruth Forberger of Wesley returned Sunday evening after spending the week end at Fort (Leavenworth, Kansas, where they visited Larry Youngwirth of Wesley. .Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Pellsek and daughter, Martha Lou, and Mrs. B. A. Galbralth went to Minneapolis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Peldsek visited friends and Mrs. Galbraith visited her husband who is In the Veterans Hospital there. iMrs. W. O. Dau, Mrs. H. D. Meyers and-son-, and Mrs. B. P. Ingebritson and two daughters attended a birthday party at Swea City for Peter Ehlers last-week who was 80 years old. He is a grandfather of Mrs. Ingebritson and Mrs. Dau's father. fThe Iteachers of 'Ledyard consolidated school attended a teachers' meeting at Emmetsburg Monday. Julius Len'tsch has been spending a week, with his brother at CrooK- ston, Minn., also on a fishing trip. Miss Dorothy Black of Amboy, Minn., visited Sunday at the homn of her uncle, Cecil Black, an-d family. World Wide Communion Sundny will be observed at the Evangel?<:al Reformed church on Sunday, Oct. 4th. Father Maynard and Chris Gelhaus spent Thursday visiting at the Martin McGuire home at St. Jpe. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly, M.'as Delores Mayne and Mrs. Lawrence Mayne were Estherville shoppers Monday. Grandma Thackery of Armstrong visited la* week with her daughter Mrs, Frank Kelly, and other Ledyard relatives. Mrs. J. H. Welfare, Miss Doris Welfare, Mrs, Knute Bonnickson and Mrs. Milford Christian shopped at Fairmont Tuesday. Miss Hunter of DeWitt, Miss Everhart of Charles City and Miss Ros- lien of Kensett spent the week end at their respective homes. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brand called at the Wm. LaCour .home- at Amboy, Minn., on their way home from the Twin Cities Monday evening. |L A Nitz moved the Jake Stubbe family Ito Baxter, Iowa, on Thursday. Jake has secured a position there to drive a poultry and egg truck. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Flynn and son, Lawrence, left Wednesday for Min- leapolis where he will attend the University of Minnesota the coming year. The Youth Fellowship of the Evangelical Reformed church was entertained by Rev. and Mrs. Edw. Nuss in the church basement on Tuesday, Sept. 22. Mrs. Wm. Watts and son, Wm., were Sunday dinner guests at the J. H. Welfare -home and also visited with other relatives and friends in and around Ledyard. Mrs. Anna Nemmers, Mr. and Mrs.: Harvey Coates, Mrs. Asa Warner and Harold Warner visited on Monday at the Maynard Warner home at Lake Mills, Iowa. Mrs. Marvin Lloyd and Miss Na- dlne Hans left Friday for Camp Orowder, Mo., to visit with Pvt. Marvin Lloyd and Pvt Ear) Jorgenson who are stationed there. '•Work was started the local beet dump here Monday. The following men are employed therea Tice Brack, Jack McDonald, Men Mayrc, Albert Barnes and Henry Frye. Mr. and Mrs. Art Kramersmeier are the parents of a 10 Ib. baby girl born to them Sept. 24th at thp Algona Generafhospital. They have one other child, also a daughter, Eddie Munyer left Wednesday evening for Camp Kit Carson at Denver, Colo., after spending a furlough here at the home of his sis- er and family, the-Chas. Basharas. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Nemmers of Los Angeles. Calif., and George 'emmers of Nashua, Iowa, visited Thursday and Friday at the home f their sister, Mrs. Asa Warner. Ledyard: Mr.'and Mrs. Wm- La Cour of Amboy, Minn., attended mission festival "at the Evangelical ieformed church here Sunday and Iso visited at the Richard Zielske ome. jack Lynch and daughter, JTac- queJine and Father Maynard visited Sunday arid Monday with Mrs. Jack Lynch at Minneapolis. They report Mrs. Lynch Irnproving which her many friends will be pleased to hear. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sanders of Elmore visited Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Paul Nitz and family. Miss Eleanor Sanders, who has been spending a week with her sister, returned home with them Sunday evening. ' faev. E. N. Nuss drove to Ceylon, Minn., to take Dr. T. P. Bollingor of Madison, Wis., there for his next speaking engagement. Dr. Bollln- ger was the mission fest speaker at the Evangelical Reformed church here on Sept. 20. The M. E. Ladles' Aid Will be entertained at the church basement this week. Mrs. Joe Mayne /will | be hostess. Everyone is cordially Invited to attend. Service will again be held as usual on Sunday, Oct. 4 at the M. E. church. Raymond Browning of San Pedro, Calif., left Saturday after spending a two week's furlough .with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Browning at Lone Rock and with other relatives and friends at Ledyard. Raymond is with the U. S. Navy. Mr. and Mrs. A. Munyer and their daughter Rose of Rugby, N. D., and Mrs. S. M. Freljl of Lawton, N. -D., arrived in- Ledyard at the Chris Bashara home to visit their son and brother, Pvt. Eddie Munyer, first class, who was spending a 9-dny furlough hgre. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Coates of Detroit, Mich., Marvin Ackerson of Lone Rock, Miss Esther Luedtke of Lotts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ackerson of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Warner and Mrs. Anna Nemmers of Bancroft visited at the Asa Warrrer home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Zander ol Mason City, daughter of Wm. Wenzel, were Sunday dinner guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wenzel. Mr. and Mrs. Zander are leaving for, Oakland, Calif., fcrhere (tttey Will make their home. He has secured a job there with the Westlnghbuae Electric Co. ,A farewell parity was held at the Glenn Sehse home Monday evening honoring Mr. and Mrs. Jake Stubbe and Sally Jo. About 30 guests attended. The evening was spent play- Ing cards after which a lovely lunch was served by the hostess, after which the guests departed for their homes wishing Mr. and Mra. Stubbe much success in their new work. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schroeder aftd family and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thompson were guedts of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ehlers, Harry's folks, at Swea City on Tuesday evening at a birthday surprise party. Mr. Ehler was 80 years old and Is very active. He had received 75 birthday ards from his friends that day nd a number attended the party. Hr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Schipull Beat the Jap with your old Scrap Mr. and Mrs. H.-.D. Mayne and Wallace left Saturday to spend the week end with Mrs. Mayne's par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Neuenfeldt and a sister and brother and their amilies at Alden, Iowa. Pvt. Elwood Green of the medial corps at Omaha, Neb., called its parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green, by phone Wednesday evening. He stated he would be homu 'or a few days the middle of Oct. Beat the Jap with your old Scrap Mr, and Mrs. Ely Quam spent the week end In Dea Moines vlslt- r relatives. Mrs, 'L, C. FUpbfrdson &nd fam- My visited Monday at ttte David Farrow home, y "• >•; . . ,, A- fellowship meeting was held at the Martin Tokheim home on Tuesday evening. - «, •Mr. and Mr?, SisHmall of MaSon City spent the week end with their daughter, Mrs Rose Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. John Halsroan are tfce parents of a baby boy born September 15 at an Algo/ia hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Qeorge Harner and family of near Swea Pity were Sunday dinner guests at the Wallace Reynolds home. Mrs, Mary Govern of Tttonlta visited f«pm Sunday until 'Tuesday wJtot her daughter, Mrs. Wilbur Farrow, who has. been ill. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith and ft/rally- visited Sunday at the B. P. P9B9Van hpm,e in Uimpre and Sunday evening at the Pavid Farrows. , Mr. and Mrs, Jasper Steenhar;! a»4 family returned Tuesday eve* ntng from Kentucky where they vlsifed. the'f e°B. Pvt, J«J»n Steen^ They also dwe to WwhviJJe, , and attended tb» "Qrand Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gllmore will leave Wednesday for a two weeks' vacation in the east. They will visit their son, Edwin," who is attending West Point Military Academy and also Mrs. Gllmore's sister and "family at. Sharon Sprlngs ; New Ygrk, James Neville, son of Hanold Neville, has been selected for train- Ing as a naval aviation cadet and will be ordered to active duty shortly. When* ordered to active duty he will report to the U. a Navy Pre- Fiight school, University of Georgia at-Athens, Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Boy of Ko- wanee, Illinois, became the parents of their first «hild, a boy, born Wednesday. The batoy weighed six pounds a,nd eleven ounces, and has been named-Jerry 1-iee- Mrs. Doy la $» former Janice wagoner, a daughter of Mrs. IBHen Wagoner. Mr, ipd m* »- ft Mo »?» « " p spejit last weeH end at th< of the fermer 1 ^ parents, Mr ^ MT9. M/J. (Moore. Mr., and Mrs. Jjni Mww »f Rutbven, Mr - Mra. p. q. Gardner, th* J t M ,rsff and Jj»e R; C3. Moors'f were Su»d»y dj»n« gvests at tb ^f l|r. an4 Mrs, M#r«_Moore tok, Qaiigbt«r of Mr F, Sift* l«ft •?'" V*«M«U»" i|or.. San Antonio, ***** where flhewiii mate her home with «» bjrQ|*^an_4 Mtoi My, a J ,4_Mr ? Outstanding Creations We are featurjng FLO 1 LILL hats from Chicago and SANIES models from New York, two lines of exclusive millinery that are famous throughout the country. See them at our store. A new shipment has just arrived. fiwea Clly to help celebrate. A vftry pleasant eye'frfng waff dpfnfe ft !<»«* fy lunCM 'served and &fandpd fihle* received ft number of nice gifts, Mr. and Mrs. George Thafopsoit visited at the home of Mr. AfidIB* Win. Weinberger and Mrs. Wshl* berger's mother, Mrs. Minnie G&U agart in Minneapolis several day*, over the week end. Mrs. Welnberg* er was Ledyard's former po&mis* tress when the family lived heffc George Thompson is rural carrtefj The Wlnbergera own their home lit South Minneapolis and Bill has a run from Minneapolis to Sioux City. The family sends greetings to all friends in Ledyard. They also calH ed on Mrs. Jack Lynch of Ledyarsfr who is in the city doctoring and re* port she is much Improved. They also .called on an old schoolmate of the Thompsons who live in the Cities. 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