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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 6, SENECANS ATTEND NUPTIAL SHOWER ATRINGSTED, Seneca:. Mesdames Jens ftalver- son, Otto Wliberg>MHlen Jensen. Martin Wllberg, Henry Looft; Fred Brown, Joe Madden and LaV<>rine and Mr. amd Mrs. A. B. Nelsbh and Frances attended a post-miptlal shower at the Peter Thorsen hosne at Ringsted last Monday evening honoring Mrs. Ray Ahlbrandt, the former Pearl Nelson, of Denver, Colo. The evening's entertainment consisted of a program and games, during which the bride was presented with many lovely gifts. Refreshments were served -by Mesdames Herman Qeilenfeldt and Peter Thorson, who were also the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carney of Algona Were Thursday evening supper guests at the Rdy Osbjbrrts. Hie women are sisters. , ;-,r i>; John Crowley spent tiejfera^ days last week-at the UniverMtyjhospl" tal at Iowa City for alchfck-iip. He has been feeling milch better of late. The Seneca Seniors accompanied toy Supt. Kingery, spent Monday .it Algona where class .pictures were taken. A picnic dinner was enjoyed at noon. •To date the Seneca 'baseball team ha» wOn'-two games and lost one. They, -defeated the' Rlngsted and Bancroft public'school teams, but •were outscored 'by Lone Rock. Cfarry, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Godden, was brought home from the Kossuth hospital last .week Thursday where he had been confln- ed a week due to a serious case of tatestlnal flu. ' ",'' Mrs. A. K. Uhr of Swea City spent Wednesday at the Millen Jensen home- She accompanied Mrs. Otto Kelly Who Was enroute to Fenton to speild the 1 day "'with her mother, Mrs. Anna Osborri. . ' ' , : The Roy Osborns, Clarence Osborns and Fred Browns attended a farewell'party for the Rev. Watermans at the M.' E. church at Fenton Tuesday evening. These families were members of the Sunday School class taught by Rev. Waterman. . Rev. and -Mrs. S- O. 'Sande left Wednesday morning for Minneapolis Where they; *H1 make th6lf future home. R6V. Sartde pfSached his farewell sermon last Sunday. Their daughter, Pearl, who Is employed by a bank in Minneapolis, was hero for the day. Supt. and Mrs. .kingery were Mon day evening dinner guests at the James Nyman home. The two families are on the topic committee for the P. T. A. program which 'will be held this week Thursday evening. Dale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nlymann, has been absent from school this week due to sinus infection. .Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nelson were host and hostess to the former's daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ahlbrandt at a .farewell party last Thursday evening. The Ahl- brandts left the following Friday morning for their hom6 at Denver, Cola, after sever'afl weeks!, visit with relatives. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown, the Herman Geilenfeldt of Lotts Creek, the Joe Neumans of Bancroft, Mr, and Mrs. Peter Thorson, Anton Nelson, Wm, and Jennie, and the August Nelsons of Rhlgsted and Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neffi Halversotf and children of Fenton. ; Mrs. Helen White Campaigns for Clerk Swea City Herald: First candidate to show up in the Herald san-c- lum Ihls fall is Mrs. HiraMi (Helen) While of AlgOha who ?a campaigning for clerk of courts on the republican ticket Her husband, former Algona attorney and republican county chairman, enlisted in the army earlier this year, and'is just completing basic training with the m.Mitary police at Fort Riley, Kansas. Mrs. White, a young women of engaging personality, was reared in Kossuth county as a member of the Jasperson family. Her fath-; er before retiring to California, was an elevator operator and feed deal er in Aigo v na. Wesley Car Wrecked as Steering Gear Breaks Wesley Strieker of Clear Lake, formerly of Wesley escaped with bruises and shock Thursday afternoon when Ihe sleerlrig wheel of Ihe car he was driving broke as he was driving from Algona oul near the Evergreen cemetery. The car was badly damaged. Try Our Long Life Tire Service Have your tires checked fre- , quently,. and, your wheels^ bal-. ';: anced regularly to.Save u'hriec-- essary wear and tear.' Drive in today for inspection. CAB WASHING AND '.-•'' PO1ISHING " :J Prompt Service Use Champlin Oils and Greases Park's Super Service Phone 798 Sta,te and Harlan St, Don't Neglect Your Car You may have tp drive it a long time before . it can be replace(d. Let us give i,t a check-upv We are motor specialists. All work guaranteed to please YOU. We alsb dio all kinds of body and fender repairing. FREE ESTIMATES. Allen Motor Co. W.E.ALLEN N. Thorington St. Phpne 595 $%y;K!$i!&Qi$&!^^ 1 Wednesday, October q-7 • 1 ''" * * "Z=*<3f?ANiD ATTRACTIONS—2 * 4 'v Weaver Brothers . Jacfc Benny and In "OiLJl to? 4 er.j REV.GROTEJ.E. PASTOR LEDYARD, TO ARMSTRONG (Ledyard: A farewell party wa held at .the M. B. church parlors I •honor of Rev. and Mrs. H. N. Grot who have been transferred 16 th pastorate at Armstrong. Mrs. E! vin Carpenter acted as chairman o the program committee. The pro gram consisted of a solo by M.'s Everhart, several readings by Mis Wilson and a vocal duet by Mrs Wm. Stubbe and Jean Gabel. Afte the program Mrs. Mayer presente them wfth a gift of a coffee servin set after which a social time wa enjoyed and a lovely lunch served There were 75 guests In attenc ance. Rev. and Mrs. Grote hav made many friends during their sta here and, will be greatly missed. A w.'.sh them much pleasure In the! new field. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Warner visile Sunday at the Nick Nemmers horn in Bancroft. Lewis Alvers of Milford, Iowa spent the week end with his mothe Mr. and Mrs. Wenzel. , Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller ar the parents of a 12'/4 pound bab boy born to them Friday, Oct. 2 Rev. and 'Mrs. Edw. Nuss drov to, 'Algona to visit Mrs. Art Kram ersmeler at the General hospital. jMr. and Mrs. Joe Limber of Buf falo Center called at the Alber Brand home Wednesday evening. . iFrank Looft of Seneca and Fre Looft of Swea City called at th N. A. Plngel home. Friday after noon. Mrs. Louis 'Kaphengst entertaine the Evangelical Reformed Ladle. Aid at the church parlors Thursda afternoon. Mrs. Joe Mayne and Mrs. 'Lar Skaar entertained the M. E. Ladies Aid at the church parlors Thursda afternoon. •(Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Melz of Blu Earth were dinner guests at th home of their niece, Mrs. Alber Brand Monday- Herbert Warner arrived Tuesda from Baralboo, Wis., for a visit a the home of his uncle, the As Warner family. Mrs. Pete Troff and son, Bobb; and Mrs. Alvin Dillon visited wit Mrs. Troff's mother at Swea Cit Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hans F'xen and son Mrs. Henry Anderson and son an family of Marshall, Minn., visile Thursday at the J. H. Welfar home. The Youth Fellowship of the Ev angelical Reformed church will hoi a devotional meettng Sunday eve ning. Miss Doretta Johnson wi" be Ihe leader. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Worde: and little son moved to the J. C Blome farm last Saturday. Thoy hiavelbeen working the.past season on'a''farm near Brlcelyn, Minn. The Misses Connie Garry anc Phyllis Strand who attend colleg at Mankato, Minn., spent last wee: end at the home of their parents Mrs. Alice Strand and Lawrenc Strand homes,' Little Carol Dee Jorgenson; daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Mery Jorgenson, returned home from low City Saturday. She has been tak ing treatment at the University hos pi tal the past month. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schroeder am son Bobby of Chicago and Mr. am Mrs. Martin Gabel and sons, Floyi and Darold of Swea City were dlir ner guests at the Albert Bran< home Wednesday evening. Miss Katb.erf.ne, Carpenter, daugh ter of Mr?. D. A. Carpenter, return ed from her trip to California an spent a few days here with he mother 'before taking up her dutie at the hospital in Austin-, Minn. Mrs. Frank Kerkhove and son Francis of Minneapolis are visiling at the home of the former's sis ter, Mrs. Max Nitz and family. Mr Kerkhove is employed in govern ment defense work in the Wes Indies. Pvt. Elwood Green of the Medica Corps, Ft. Omaha, Neb., surprise his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Green by dropping in on them ear ly Friday morning for a two-da; furlough. He returned to Fort Omaha Saturday evening. Herbert Trenary arrived home on Thursday from San Francisco, Calif, for a week's furlough. He Is visiting his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Herb Trenary and brothers a|nd sisters and their families. Hip is fireman 2nd class in the U. S. Navy. Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Kinnamon and daughter, Kaye, of Brooklyn, Iowa, visited^ Saturday afternoon at the Lawrence Pingel hocne Mrs. 'Kinnamon will be better remembered as Miss Ruth Jones, a former teacher In the local school The Alfred Kramersmeler' family moved to Ledyard Thursday into the house vacated last week by the Jake Stubbe family, Mrs. Kram- ersmeler and children had been staying in Armstrong until a vacant house could be found 'for them here. , ' Father Maynard, Mrs. Lebens i daughter, Mltzie, Mrs, Chas. H'4- ferty, Mrs, Christ Gelhaua and Miss Doris Welfare spent Thursday in Minneapolis visiting with Mrs. Jack Lynch, who is taking treatments there. They report her as-improving as well as-can be expected, ,Mrs, (Ma* Nits.- M?s- I* A-'Njtz, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blome and Mr. and Mrs. Wm- Poppe attended a farewell party at the Lutheran church parlors at Lakota on Wednesday evening In honor of Mrs, Wm- Langhols who wMl move to Waverly Monday, She was presented with $25, The members of the freshman class of the Ledyard consolidated sent*! wil) be initiated on Friday evening at the school building. Members of the class are Kenneth Dili Ion: KpnseH Knutson, Faye Berhow, " ' yabnjje, Stella Mae Fro, ' ir, Hen^y Eggertb, " ' Reese, Getty j*h. liosfi Ma? rte "JlsPp^SG^^yRUJMI. Johnson, Bernard -^ Tf 8 *, •(U* •^JJWjr- »!*wfe «r < v 'Jr Mrs. f)el Cfopton took a vacatlo from the Chrlachllles • store las week. Lv A. Wtnkel has been confine to his home for the past week will the flu. Mrs. Carrie Taylor spent Frldn, In Mason City where she attende to bus!>ness matters. Mm Or. L. Volis entertained th members of the Thimble club Mon day afternobn at her home. Lillian Granzow, who teaches a Dennison, spent the week end 1 Algona with relatives and friends, Dr. Karl Hoffman n(nd Dr. H. JM Olson will go to Mason City Thurs day where they will attend a tabl clinic. Maurice Etherlngton and Johi Frankl spent last week Mr dlfferen parts of Wyoming on a tmsines trip. Mr. and Mrs. Don Boevcrs becam the parents of a baby girl born Tuesday of last week at an Algom hospital. Mr. and Mrs- Raymon Henry spent Ihe week end in Burlington Where they visited the former* parents. Mrs. Hollls Benschoter will en tertain Ihe members of Ihe St Tho mas Guild Thursday afternoon' a her home. Mr. and Mrs. Dore Freeh wen to Jefferson Thursday afternoon where the former Attended lo bus! tress matters. Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Miller o Grlrmell spent the week end art th home of the former's mother, Mrs Mary Miller. Mrs, L. O. Baker and Mrs. C- H WilHams spent Sunday at Kan awha at the home of Dr. and Mrs H. H. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Hansen l>e came the parents of their secon child, a. boy, born : Monday at th Kossuth hospital. The Catholic Daughters of Am erica will have a bus'-ness meet ing Thursday, Oct. 8th at eigh p. m. at the Academy. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Vogt o Fenton were Sunday guests at th home of the laller's "parents, Mi and Mrs. Fred Geigel. Mr- and Mrs. Robert Clark movei to Webster City last week. Mr Clark is a patrolman and has been transferred to that territory. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thaves wll go to Des Moines Frf-day where Mr Thaves will attend a Bankers Lifi Insurance school for three days. A. L. Long went to Des Moinei Saturday to bring back his daugh ter, Mrs. Doris Pitcher, who wil spend the week here in Algona. Bob Geigel, freshman at the Unl versity of Iowa at Iowa Cily, spen the week end at the home of h'< parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel Mrs. D. J. Logan of Spencer if spending the week at the home of Mr. And -'Mrs'. W.'J..Fuller. Mrs Logan and Mrs. Fuller are sisters Dr. and Mrs. John Keneflck spen Monday evening at Eagle Grove a the home of the former's mother Mrs. Thomas Kenefick, who Is in bad health. ._'••. - -' : A. E. Hovey of Badger spent las week at the home of his son, Ed win Hovey, and is spending this week at the home of another son L. B. Hovey. BANCROFT NEWS Donald Murray and Art Devin of Ames spent the week end a their parental home. . OSilly Welp of Georgia, came las Tuesday for a visit at the home o his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J Welp. Jim Shillingtore of St. Paul is spending this week at the home o Ms parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J Shillington. Miss Margaret Devine and Sgt Raymond Goodneaw of Des Moinei spent the. week end at the home o Mrs. •Lillian Devine. •Elizabelh Cogley, who graduated from nurses' training this summer has accepted a position in SI. Francis hospital at Waterloo. Mr. and 'Mrs. Tony Nemmers of Los Angeles^ Calif., and George Nemmers of Nashua spenl Ihe lasl week at the Clarence and Nick Sfemmera home. Elaine Peterson, local beauty operator, left Friday with her brother, Vernice of Arthur for a weeks trip through Colorado. Mrs. Clarence Diers is working !>n her shop thh week. (Mr. and Mrs. Ed Herrdrickson and Marilyn and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Hartnan of Mason City, spent the week end visiting Mrs. Hendrlck- son's sister, Mrs. W. E. Quinn and 'amily- Mr, and Mrs, Roy Lleurance en :ertained at a party at their home Sunday evening in honor of their ?pth wedding anniversary. The guests presented them with a set of china..' . ' A home nursing class was started in Bancroft under the direction of Mrs. Hamstreet of Titonka and classes will be held on Tuesday and Friday afternoona at 1;8 ° in the lublio school, The (Most Rey, Edmqnd Heelan, bishop of the Sioux City Diocese, admjflrisefred connrmation on IMes-, day afternoon in St. John's church at three o'clock to 165 persons. As- iating priests were Rev, E. S. Maynard of Ledyard, Rev. Bernard @is- he!4 of Armstrong and Rev. Mai- inger of Algona. ^ohahnsen was honored at a ..,.J» PWr^r heW Tfeursday eve- Ding (n honor of his 78th, birthday- Tiose present were Rev- and Mrs. & Q- Sande, Mr. and Mra, Hans Pre^thus an4 family and Mrs., Bea- lan'of £Eancrof|i the John, d§w* ewce and Fred Johannsens, the Wpbergs and the Henry Farrow, who, left for the rmy Tuesday, was honored at n toner test Sunday a£ the home of Mr. aasj JUT*. JPJW Fa.rrow. Th«s« Mrs. Ncal Smith will be hostess to the women of the W. C. T. U. Wednesday afternoon at her home. There will be an American Legion Auxiliary county meeting at Swea City Tuesday, October 13 at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. William Kuhn returned to her home in Algona Saturday after spending the week at Madison, Wisconsin, at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ed Jergenson. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt returned Friday from Iowa City and West Union where they spent several days visiting relatives and at- tendtag to business matters. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kolilhaas and son, Phil and Mrs. Karl Hoffman and daughter, Joan, speVit Sunday at Swaledale visiting Betty Kohlhaas, who teaches school there. diet Williams and Roy Christensen spent Sunday at Lake Okobojl. Mr. Williams is the owner of the Hub Clothiers and Mr. Christensen the owner of the Christensen store. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Meads and Mrs. Paul Jones of Ames are spending today (Tuesday) at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nyle Latch. Mr. Latch is a brother of the two ladles. Mrs. C. O. Schajrlach underwent an operation at the Kossuth hospital Monday. Her daughter, Geneva, who !a employed at Des Moines, is spending the week here with her parents. Jacqueline Claussen, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Art Clausen of Swea City, returned to her home Friday after spending several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Inge- brltson. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Slgsbce of Fort Dodge spent Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee. W. J. left Monday for St. Paul where he will be employed in a defense plant. Richard Keen, son of Mr,, and Mrs. Roy Keen, will go to Colombia University at New York C.'ty, where he will be in the nalvy. Richard enlisted several weeks ago and is to report October 26. Mr. and Mrs. James Wahl and sons, Jim and Jack of Rockwell City, spent the week end at the fJarol'd Roth and Dennis Pratt homes. Mr. Wahl was formerly employed at the Pratt Electric Co. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Besch became the parents of their first child, a girl, born Sunday at the Kossuth hospital. The baby has been named Donna Marie. Mr. Besch is employed by the Viking Oil company. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hedrick fit Hot Springs, Arkansas, spent the week end at the home of Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Olson entertained several people Saturday evening '.n honor of Mr. and Mrs. Hedrick. To The Voters Of The First District It has been more tha'n forty years since the east end of our district has been represented on our county board, so, we of the east end feel that it is our turn next, so if you argee and think we are justified in our askings, then give me your support in the coming election and it will be greatly appreciated. Yours for an impartial square deal to all administration. I am for. adquate relief and home labor in all branc5h.es of county work. Frank K. Clapsaddle Republican Candidate for Supervisor, First District LuVerne Township 40* '/'S/S/////////////////////////S//////S///////////////A Wadleigh, « stouten?; At Iowa State College frt Ames, and Louise Wadleigh, a, student at Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls, spent the week end with ttteir parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wadlejgh. Or. and Mrs, A. 3. Kason will go to LuVerne tonight (Tuesday) and will spend the evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schneider. They Will celebrate Dr. Eason's birthday and Mrs. Schneider's birthday at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wicks moved Into the Frank .Geigel bungalow on South Wooster street Thursday which was vacated by the Robert Clark family. Mr. Wicks Is the manger of the Arnold Motor Supply store In Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoffman and children, LaVonne and Jimmy, and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Willger spent Sunday at the S. A. Hirner home at St. Benedict. Mrs. Hoffman and Mrs. Hirner are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Willger. Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Biensen of State Center and Mrs. Freeman Lander of DeKalb, Illinois, spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nyle Latch. Mrs. Latch is Mr. and Mrs. Blensen's daughter, and Mrs. Lander's niece. Mrs. W. A. Murray of Bancroft and Mrs. Joe Kelly spent the week .end at Iowa City where they attended the Great Lakes-Iowa University football game. Omer Kelly son of Mrs. Kelly, played on the Great Lakes team during the first quarter. A. L. Pulllftm leaves today after a five-day furlough spent in Algona looking after business Interests. He is located at Chanute Field, Rantoul, Illinois, and goes back there for another month or six weeks of special training. He was formerly with the Equitable Life Assurance Society here. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hagg of StJames, Minnesota, spent Sunday in Algona at the home of Mr. Hagg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hagg. Elmer who for a number of years published the St. James Courier, which he sold a yealr ago, is now the proprietor of a job printing shop in St. James. JJaVonne White, daughter of the late Joe White, returned to her home in Detroit Saturday after spending the week end at the home of -Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Post. The Post Son, Dick, returned to San Diego Sunday after spending the past ten days on leave from the navy with his parents. Mrs* !Lee Passmore and son, David, spent the week end in Des Moines visiting Mr. Passmore, who had a few days' leave from the army. Mrs. A. A. Sterling and Mrs. Harlan Frankl and daughter, Diane accompanied Mrs. Passmore as far as Webster City and spent the week end there with relatives. Mrs. Nick Krieps and dauhgtera, Mary and Martha, moved to Algona about two weeks ago and are now living in the former R, E. Kain home which the Krieps recently purch'&ea', % Kri-eps fit* . his farm to fals sort, Joe, 1 finishing up his Work theFe ' moving tA towrt! Atdry'ttH. attending the Algona high Icfiti Oren JaJiperson came t^&lty fntti'' Glendale, California, any la fiffli* ; ing his brother, Elmer, and sister". Mrs. H. B.,White. Ores re««»t^ \ sold his ice dream buslnesii in Glen- ' dale, where he has been located tot some years, and Li back here looking for a farm. He expects to move his famMy back here in 16 "> stairt farming this spring.- Orert* grew up in Algona and Is the 1 sort of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Jasperson* former Algonana who have made their home in Glendale for severer years. 5 FOOTBALL Friday, Oct. 9 -- 8 p.m. AlgonaHighSchool; - V8 - . Eagle Grove » \ ' • '» Single Admission— ''.'.;, "••' .,..'.• Adults, 36c plus tax: ''44'*.'—: ' ' • i Jr.-Senior high, 27c plus ;tax 3c, 30c Children below 7th grade lOc' You Can Still Save on Season Tickets Season Tickets— t Adult, $1.00 plus tax lOc —~--$1.10) ,j Students, 54e plus tax, 6c,u- u.60cj P Roofing Painting Insulation Storm Sash Siding Give Your Home This CheckJJp! Buildings in- , Shape ForWjinter^ Perhaps it is a new roof, your house needs, or a f ew ftoa^dj/of siding, or a new window. Don't neglect any of these small rep^a it items. Taking: care of minor repairs as necessary will save..'greater expense later. Arid it is well to take care of these tihijngs %Mle materials are available. ' ' ^ ; ^ ORDER YOUR STORM SASH AND REPLACE BROKEN GLASS NOW! • ' "". " : "*;'" . SeevTJs •. .' '' > F. S. NORTON & SON Phone 229 Time For Better Health Uncle Sam Says, "Take Care of Your Health" Make Your Selections Soon from our Large Display of Bedroom Suites, Direct from Factories. You still have 12 months to pay. ACT NOW! ' ,; li , MteJ . 3 . a; ;jjjj '', r«>*.'i I i ;'£* -".la Ui >' TT v Kfftkj • „ ^ /€ -,* , I*. -*«*

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