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•t WHmEMORECIRL MARRBNOV.S IN CALIFORNIA Whlttemore: Mf. and Mrs. Cteo announce the marriage their daughter, Helen, tb Bert See ley, son Of Mr. and Mrs. Harry See ley. They were marrted Nov. 6th at 2:30, Sunday afternoon. Th Rev. Henry O. Krlhgel of Glendale •Cattf., performed the double rln, ceremony. Hie bride was attractive in gold street length dress with brown accessories. She wore a corsage o gardenias, red roses and baby* breath. A friend of the bride, Mrs B. McCoy of Glendale, Was brides maid. She wore a tan street lengtl dress with green acceaaor.'ea. flowers were Talisman rosea. He The bridegroom was attired in a brown tweed suit. His attendant was Lie Wellyn Bell, a close friend. Immediately after the ceremony a dinner was served at the Floren tine Gardens. The table was beau tlfully decorated with a large wed ding cake as the'centerpiece, a gifi of the best man, Mr. Bell. 'Mrs. C. L. Cavanaugh was taken to St. Mary's hospital In Rochester, M3im. ( Wednesday afternoon with a severe infection. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer drove to Des Moines Wednesday where .Mrs. Meyer had a cancerous growth removed from her face. C. L.. Cavanaugh left for Rochester, Minn., Thursday to visit with Mrs. Cavanaugh who is a patient ta St. Mary's hospital at Rochester Melvin Heinrich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heinrich and Georgte Frost, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold IVoat, left from Algona last week Tuesday evening for Camp Dodge, to be Inducted in the army. _ Sgt. Henry Behnke ,of Camp -Beale, Calif., Corp. Eugene Kollasch of Camp Polk, La., Pvt. Maynard Roeber, Idncoln, Neb., Pvt. Roland COULD YOU USE $100? Bet you cmn think of many uses for it! Well, yon cap get $605100-$200 or more In IMMEDIATE CASH through us. Money to pay store bills, doctor bills, Insurance, buy coal, clothes, feed, livestock —easy monthly payments—special plan for farmers. SERVICE STRICTLY CONOTDENTIAI, L. 8. Bohannon Phone 103 Algom, la. The Algona Uftter Dfes Koines, Algona, Iowa* Itofc 17, - £ro»n Blythe, Calif., MO ftll home this week on a furlough with their respeotto) parent^ Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, son Rtyftiond, and daughter, Bvelyn and filenora, Mr. and Mrs .Herman Meyer of here, Rosalia Volet and Dorothy Setters df Algona, Harold Vblgt from Sare Diego, Calif., were Wednesday evening dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Heiden- wlth, Milton Espe, Wilmar and Mfttjofle Weber, from Wh'.ttemore, and iPvt. Roland Weber from Blythe, Calif., were later callers. BBS-TON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller and sons of Mason City arrived Friday evening at the home of Mrs, Mary Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sanders and children of Mallard were callers Wednesday evening at the B. E. Sanders home.. * Mr. and Mrs. John Schuler and children, Ed and Arlene Hammond. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Beadle and son of Swea City were visitors on Tuesday evening at the Oscar Hammond home. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mlmbach were Sunday dinner guests at the iiortte of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mim- baeh of Renwlck. The birthday of LiOo Mlmbach was celebrated. The Mimbachs are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. William Green and daughter of Algona were callers in Sexton Thursday evening. They also visited at the M.'.ke Pfeffer lome and brought back their daughter, Gloria, who was visiting there. Mrs. Sim Bern's and Mrs. B. E. Sanders entertained the Sexton woman's project group at the Sanders home Tuesday. Mrs. Bemis iresented the lesson, "Conserva- lon of Family Wardrobe" to a (roup of homemakers. Several types of patching were Illustrated. An nteresting quiz oft clothing and new terms of cloth was given with open- discussfon following. A lunch vas served 'by the hostesses. Mrs. Herman Wise entertained tho Sexton Woman's Society of Chris- Ian Service on Thursday, Nov. 12. loll call was answered with a Bible verse containing .price. Business meeting was conducted by irs. B. E. Sanders. Devotion was ed by Mrs. W. C. Taylor and the esson given by Mrs. S.'m Bemis. 'lans for election of officers were nade for the meeting Dec. 3rd at :he home of Mrs. W. C. Tayor. A unch was served by the hostess. Haymaker Timothy groming in a field of WESLEY JUNIORS TO PRESENT CLASS PLAY NOVEMBER 18 Wesley: The Junor class play be presented Wednesday, Nov. 18th in the audltortam. The myster comedy Is "The Phantom Bells." J matinee will be presented at 2:1 and the evening performance wil start at 8:00. The bast includes: Mrs, Rhodes Mary Lee Erdman; Laura Rhodes 'Alice Youngwlrth; ILelia iSaiyles Catherine Schrauth; Marian Booth Aria Jean Yegge; Harriet Forbes Joe Johnson; Ned Caruthers, Luw ell Erdman; Jack Page, Rober Dekman; Darrell Carson, Bud Al ne; Vlctofr Lavdlle, Fatal Rlggs Mrs. Hemmf.ngway Is class sponsor MISSIONARY SOCIETY TO MEET WEDNESDAY P. M. The C. O. of A. held Its regulai meeting In the parish hall Wednea day evening. It was decided that the mlssinoary society will meet on Wednesday afternoons, the same day that the C. D. of A. meets Irt the evenings, especially during the cold weather. The second publ'c card party will be held In the parish hall Sunday evening, Nov. 22nd sponsored by the C. D. of A. After the meeting Wednesday evening games were played with Mrs. John Hildman, Alumna Oppedahl and Francis Selmers In charge. On the refreshments committee Mrs Joe Goetz, Mrs. Lou Goetz, Mrs. Lael Root, Mrs. Frank' Bleich, Mrs. Louis Lickteig and Neli Fr.'mml served. The next meeting wMl be Wednesday evening, Nov. 25th. Janf«e, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Vitzthum, four years old Saturday. Dwlght Wagner of the Great lover is producing heads measur- ng up to ten inches on the farm Lamb near Bloomfield. lentiful rains and good growing •eather Is proving a boon to hay nd grasses in southern Iowa this easonr. Fuel Is Short! Insulate Your Home y Against Heat Loss With Save 1-3 of your fuel bill by pouring Zonolite Insulation in your attic — you can do the work yourself. Costs only To Zonolite an attic 24x30. Terms to suit your pocketbook. ZONOLITE BRINGS YOU YEAR 'ROUND COMFORT Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 286 Jim Pool Lakes Naval Traning station, spent last week at his parental Al Wagner home. The PriscMla Phoebe society meeting which was to have been held Wednesday, Nov. 25th, has been postponed. Merle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Loeblg, came from Camp San Lusl Obispo, Calif., last week to spend a furlough here. The second -first aid class with an enrollment of J5o ladtes held its second meeting in the Exchange State Bank basement Thursday evening. Mrs. Frank Bleich and Mrs. Tom McMahon will be hostesses at the meeting of the Catholic Missionary society Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 25th. Guests at the Raymond Hanssn home the past two weeks were Mrs. Hanson's brother and Wife, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dahlin and family of Davenport. Mrs. August Engstrom and daughter, Mrs. Albert Johnson, spent several days last week at Esthervllle visiting Mrs. Bngistrom's da'ugh- ter, Mrs. Everett Harris and family. Mrs. Alf Studer, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. George Kelch and two children* of Kanaha v. ed another daughter, .Mrs, Ed Downs and family at Titonka o- Thursday afternoon. Mrs. M. H. Wagner entertalne her bridge club Thursday after noon. Mrs. F. Christensen and Mr-' V. Kleinpeter were guests. Mrs Christensen won high acore priz and Mrs. Kleinpeter low score prize Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer enterta'ned he bridge club Thursday afternoon Mrs. Frank Blelch, Mrs. Delber Benton and Hilda Goetz were guests Mrs, Tom McMahon won high score prize and Mrs. R. C. Bauer low score prize. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Seller entertained a group of relatives Sunday, Nov. 8th, In honor of the'.r daughter and son-in-law, Mr. anc Mrs. Dale Swaney who were here from Camp honeymoon. Swift, Texas, on a Mr. and Mrs. Ray WMigert and family came from California last week where he was doing radio work for the government. He went on to New Jersey to continue his work while his wife and family remained with his mother,: Mrs. Mike Wingert. Banns of marriage were published for the second time Sunday in St. Josephs Catholic church for Eva Jtuder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben G. Studer and Roland Wald- ichmldt, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. o Waldschmidt of Fort Dodge, former Wesley vicinity farmers. Patricia Rlchtsmeier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Rlchtsmeier, was 2 years old on Nov. 10th. In her lonor 11 girl friends were enter- alned at her farm home Sunday, November 8th. Games and contests were enjoyed dur?.ng the afternoon. Mrs. Rlchtsmeier served delicious refreshments. Patty received many ovely birthday gifts. Sunday, Nov. 8th, the Frank Beichs, Art Blelchs, Tom Forburg- ers of Wesley, the Joe Krleps of Sexton, the Sylvester Garmans of Stllson, the Louis Minnehans of Jefferson, the John Blelchs of Brttt, he Martin. Blelchs of Miller arrd Jranpa Albert Bleich of Wesley at- ended a Bleich family reunion at he Will Houdek home at Garner. Officers for the 7th and 8th grades n the parochial school Friday were lose Studer, president; Chervil Meurer, vice president; Jeannlne Ituder, secretary; Leon Berger, reasurer; Ruth Hauptman, report- r. Theresa Lorenz, Irene Han-ig, Jonald Hauptmann and David Cle'npeter were selected as a committee for entertainment at the next meeting. St. Joseph's Loyal League s the name chosen for the club or- anlzed by the two grades. The Adolph Kilian family attend- d a Garman family reunion at the .ichard Garman home near St. Jenedlct Sunday, Nov. 8th, honor- ng Gdrald Garman, who left last ireek for induction into the army. >thers who attended were-the Sylester Garmans of Stilson, the Art Garmans of Denhart, the Will Gar- mans of Alton, the Stanley Garmans of Oorwlth, the Victor Garmans of Hurt, and Leona and Bob at home. Leo was married Recently and lives In California. The Gar- mans were Wesley vicinity farmers up until several years ago. KARL SCHWARTZ, FENTON, HONOR MAN AT AIR BASE Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. J. A Schwartz drove to Sioux Falls, S D., Tuesday afternoon to attend the graduation exercises of the first class to graduate from the technical radio school at the Air Base of which their son PvL Karl F. Schwartz was a member. Karl was one of the ten honor students In the class. These ten men held an average ranging .between 90.9 and 02.2 and were given special recognition in the graduation exercises. The class of 339 received diplomas as radio operator mechanics and are being sent this week to various parts of the world. Mrs. Don Wels- i>rod accompanied the Schwartzes is far as Lester to visit at the Hugo Denker home. Robert Krause left Wednesday for Des Moines and from there eft for San Diego, Calif., to begin duty as a U. S. Marine. Mrs. Theo. Bleckwenn and Mrs. Dtto Borchardt were 'hostesses to ;he St. John's Lutheran Aid on Wednesday afternoon In the church lasement. Clarence Blerstedt came home on Monday from Iowa City where he ms .been with his small daugh- er, Clara, Who has been a patient n the hospHal there since October 6th. Mrs. Blerstedt remained there with her daughter who is Improv- trict convention held at Clear Lake a week ago were given. Lunch was served. Guests included Mesdames W. E. Laage, Wm. Meyer, Norman Pflster, E. Helland and Hazel Uenl^nsort". 'December hostesses are Mesdames John Tieman, Jacob Zwiefel, Raymond Zwlefel, Clarence Menz, Roy Osborn and J. T. Waite. LEDYARD NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brack and Mrs. Tice Brack were Fairmont visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Weiner are enjoying a visit from Mrs. Weiner's brother, Wm. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Plngle Were calling at the Mrs. Margaret Looft lome at Swea City on Sunday. Albert Brand and Martin Gabel were business visitors In the Twin Cities Sunday afternoon and Monday. Mrs. Blvin Carpenter atid soft Jack, Is spending a week vlsltinf at the home of her parents at Ollft Iowa. Mrs. Everett Kelly and Mrs. Si las Johnson of Swea Gity visited Mondtqy afternoon at the Peter Troff home. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Plngle were Burt callers Monday afternoon-, Mrs. Pingle having denta work done. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson spent the week end at Charles City visMlng Mrs. Thompson's brothers and families. Miss Margery Barnes and Margaret Yahnke were supper guests at the Harry Schroeder home on Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ackerson and little granddaughter from Wesley spent Sunday vistting at the Asa Warner home. Robert Peterson and Donald Thompson of Des Moines spent several days at the L. A. Nitz home here while hunting. ttiii setCy fi&dte 67 £#& spent {he week fttd vlMtShtJbi home of her sister atid family,: And Mrs. Pete Troff, Chas. BasHara and Tommy, went to Fort Dodge Tue»* day to consult aft eye specialist ft% gardlng Tommy's eyes, Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald arid family were entertained at a pheasant dinner on Sunday at the Art Murray home at Bancroft. Rev. Planz of Titonka and Aug. Baumann of (Lakota visited at the L. A. Nitz, Paul Nltz and Lorert* Nitz homes on Friday afternoon. Donald Pugsley of Des MolneS la spending several days With his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Reece and also hunting pheasants. Mrs. Peter Knops and daughter, Mrs. Arvid Brand and son, Gary, returned to their home at So. St. Paul, Monday afternoon after spending several days visiting at the Albert Brand home and With other relatives and friends in and around Ledyard. ywwwwvwwwwwwvwvwwwwwwvwv^ I CAN SURE USE IT! 6ure^-yow sacrifice some convenience by driving slower snid perfcsps, Jess pfjten, ,fe H t the sacriHe,, j, ^^ compared to wh^t tb? fcoys |n s« rv^ are doing, GJye them equlpmerit sroj they W|H do So, to Jnfljn^n t£e efficiency pf your car, keep J( properly fressed, and change tfee oil w jif never «ecess%ry. : Let tfs (Steak Tour Cfc* for Wi»tea? , QJJM Park's Super Service ifc, m !ftftWWWVWVft^^ BURT RESIDENTS HOLDPROGRAMON ARMISTICE DAY Burt? The business houses here closed from 2 to 4 p. m. Armistice Day and an Armistice program for the community was held in the school gymnasium., It included two numbers toy the band; America; prayer (by the Rev. Paul Figge; pres- [ enbatton of scrap drive prizes by M. M. Chlpman; presentation of flag by H. E. Rachut; pledge to the flag, led by Boy Scouts; remarks by J. L. Mller; Isolo, JSTedra Wolf; address toy Mr. Hamilton of Mason City; patriotic numbers by the mixed chorus; and Star Spangled Banner. The sewing circle met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. M. E. Polhemus. .The Klaus Pruismans, Kanawha, spent Sunday at the R. L Ackerman home. The iFortnightly club met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jim Christensen. The Waither League met Thursday evening w/th Herbert and Dale Welske as hosts. G. J. F. and W. H. Vogel returned Wednesday from a business trip to Pine City, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Kermjt Christensen, Rlngsted. visited Burt friends last week Wednesday. Mrs. Carl SeJp of Irvington spent a few days last week at the home of her brother, Clyde Bristow. The Clarence Riebhoffs were last week Sunday visitors at. the Melvln Ellingson home at Ottosen. Mrs, John Crawford, Marlon, visited from Sunday to Wednesday of last week with her sister, Mrs. J. H. Grahpm. Mr. and Mrs. Qulnn Altorighti Des Mo.'>nes, came Thursday for a visit at the C. C. Smith home and for the pheasant hunting, Mrs. Chester Sill and daughter,! Jandyce, Algona, spent Thursday at the home of Mrs. Sill's parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. E. E. Paine. Francis Hein returned home the middle of last week from Rochester, Mirni., where he had been taking treatments several weeks, Sgt Lyle <Fraaef' came up from Gamp Barekely, Texas, Wednesday to spend a ten day furlough with bfis parents, Mr, and Mrs. Don Fraser. The W. S, C, S. will hold Us nn- anual bazaar and chicken dinner Thursday eventag, Nov. W in tfje church dining room. Serving will begin ftt 8:30. Aprons, fancy wprfc, home- made candy, etc. will be on I Members of the school dramatics club will present three one act plays Wednesday evening, Nov. 18, in the school auditorium. The three plays are "Love in Bloom", a comedy; "The Pampered Darling," a farce and "Her Adopted Land", a patriotic play. Between plays Gerald Riedel will play a clarinet solo and Shirley (Lockwood a flute solo. The following relatives spent last week Sunday at the J. C. Geesman home: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Geesman of Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hinds, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Geesman and children, and Mrs. ng Mr. and Mrs. Gust Haack announce the marriage of their daughter, Alda to Raymond Brown- ng, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Browning of Lone Rock. The mar- ralge took place Nov. 3 at San Diego, Calif., where Mr. Browning s stationed. He" is training with :he U. S. Navy. Mrs. Don Weisbrod and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz drove to Fort Dodge Vednesday afternoon. Mrs. Schwartz visited her father, C. F. 3. Laage a patient in the Lutheran lospital there. They were accom-i ianied home by Mr. and Mrs. W. . Weisbrod who had visited in Des Moines since Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Davidson and Douglas and Mrs. Harold Neville and Floris of Clintonville^ Wi»., arrived here last Wednesday for a visit at the parental Fred Kluss home. Mrs. Nevlle and 'Floris, left Wednesday night for Corona, Calif., to join Mr. 'Neville and will make their home there for the present. The Davidsons left for their home Thursday. The Womans Club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. QE'lmer Weisbrod and Mrs. Lester Weisbrod the assisting hostess. Sixteen members were present. Motion was made and carried that the club buy a 'bond. Subject leader was Mrs. A. H. Meyer assistant, Mrs. W. B. Laage in the absence -of Mrs. J. A. Schwartz. Mrs. J. Wallace Smith was a guest. Lunch WHS served. The W. S. C. S. met Thursday afternoon in the church basement with Mesdames F. P. Newel, Merwin Wlddel, Ray Kyhl, E. R. Schlei, Mary Hansen and V. J. Tatum as hostesses. Following the business meeting devotions were led by Mrs. George Jorgenson. Citizenship was given by Mrs. John Light and a story given by Mrs. W. E. Laage. Four reports on the W. S. C. S. dis- Super-Values In Our November Sale KRESENSKY'S Buy U. S. War Stamps and Bonds with the money you save here In November. Max Hinds of Jackson, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lighter of Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eddy and son, Mrs. Charles A. Geesman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred White, Jr., and the! daughter, Suzanne of Mason City. Warm, durable, good looking coats that look like fur. Grey and black sizes 14 to 44 $20 Robert Ackerman and Mrs. Frank Fial|r, Algona, topfe «jeir motfewr, Mrs, Caroline Ackerran to Roche*-' ter, i&finn., Monday where sfce was to go through the Mayo clinic, He went up and brought them home on ' ' ' ' ' bis t»r, Mrs. PauJ T-7^ ^~ ^f 37 *"* w^?* .ftfwaJliFl w!p!ff«yairH,ft^ wlbewj|£ . ytMHi ftfm&Wis Super-Values November gale "A Snow Suit all Day Keeps the Doctor Away .. " Fur Trim COATS 12 extra smart fur-trim coats in plaids and plain needle points. 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