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The Algona Upper {tea Moinos, AlgonA, lowtv, MWLv _^P_, * * ._ .......i. ^ -...—..... ...,*. ...-^ j»*-...... -.j— y . j...... c.. ,. J ,_-.,. > .i'n OTOSEN WOMEN HOLD ARMISTICE DAY PROGRAM Ottosen: The Ottosen Legion Auxiliary sponsored a program and lunch at the Ottosen school house Wednesday night observing Armistice Day. The program was as follows: National Anthem by the audience, Pledge of Allegiance by the audience, Flag Drill, by primary grades, Marine Hymn by 7th and 8th grada boys, fpalk by Rev. Schneck of Rolfe, commun'ty sing of World War I and World War II songs, solo, "Memories" hnd "God Bring Them Safely to Our Arms Again" by Mrs. Rose Peterson, prayer by Mrs. Clara Solberg. solos, Pledge Allegiance" and "God Bless Our Men" by Mrs. Merle Fnulk. A lunch •was served the proceeds of which •were to go towards purchasing a bond for the Auxiliary. 1.ADIES RURAL, CLUB MET AT ERNEST ENOCKSON HOME The Ladies Rural club met at the home of Mrs. Ernest Knockson Thursday afternoon, Nov. 12. Scripture was read by thct hostess. Thirteen members responded to roll call. Plans were made for the club members to spend Thursday, Ktov. 19, at the Ottosen school house sewing for the Red Cross. More Red Cross sewing as distributee at th'a meeting. Special feature •was a contest of which Mrs. Chet Alme was the winner. Visitors were Mrs. Peter Enockson, Mrs. Donnlc Cooper, Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl anc Airs. Sylvan Jacobson. UEGION AUXILIARY MEETS AT STORBSUND HOME The Ottosen Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Gerner Storo- sunrt Tuesday, Nov. 10. The president, Mrs. Anton Speich, was in charge of the meeting. Mrs. Matl Clark gave the report on the district meeting held at Fort Dodge Several letters from boys who wore sent cookies, etc., were read at this meeting. Plans were completed for the Armistice Day program held at the Ottosen school Wednesday night. Visitors were Mrs. Sarah Storesund of Rolfe, Mr. and Mrs. John Severson of Pocahontas, Mrs. Melvin Longseth, Mrs. Eddie Zinnel. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wehrspann spent Sunday In LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lang spent Sunday at Lansing, Iowa, and Prairie du Chien, .W:a., visiting. The Presbyterian Ladies' A'd met at the church parlors Friday afternoon with Mrs. Max Clark and Mrs. Matt Clark hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Enockson and Mrs. Helen Campbell attended the Humboldt high school operetta Friday night at Humboldt. Mrs. Robert Naeve and son, Donald returned to their home at El Renol, Okla)., , Wednesday after spending several weeks wtlh relatives here. Mrs. Peter Enockson, Mrs. Oacar Oppedahl and Peter, Mrs. Ernest Enockson and girls helped Mrs. Sylvan Jacobson celebrate her birthday Wednesday afternoon at her home. A surprise birthday was held nt the George Cooper home Thursday night in honor of Ralph Cooper's birthday. Five hundred was played. Clyde Cooper won men's high, Mrs. Hollis Cooper, ladies' hfgh and Mrs. Clyde Cooper low and Floyd Williams low. Lunch was served. RUSSELL CAROL JACKMAN WED AT GOOD HOPE Good Hope: A private weddin occurred at the Good Hope parson age last Friday evening at 8 p. m The contracting parties were Miss Carol Jackmarr and Russell Jen son. The bride is a daughter o Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jackman,, farm ers living near Lotts Creek. Sh( is a teacher of District No. 5 schoo !« Union township and highly re spccted young woman in our com munity. The groom Is the son o O. R. Jensen farmer living irorth of Lone Rock. He is planning to enter the armed services of hlf country within a few weeks. Mr and Mrs. Wm. Knoll, sister and brother-in-law of the bride, attended the couple. They left Friday eve- n'ng for a week end honeymoor trip. Rev. M. M. Schaper, Good Hope pastor, read the wedding ceremony. WEEK ONE OF MANY WEDDINGS OF SWEA CITY BOYS AND GIRLS Mr. and Mrs. OReter Enockson were Wednesday visitors in Spencer. Ed Johnson of Eagle Grove spent Tuesday at the Antone Spiech Jiome. Mrs. J. B. Jacobson of Bode spent a few days at the Sylvan Jacobson ihome. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid is holding its annual Norwegain supper Dec. 2. Mrs. C. N. Peterson of Spring Valley is visiting at the Cliff Lander home. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Luke of Dakota KJity xvere last Sunday visitors at the Jake Vesterby home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wehrspann, ^^ Swea City: Miss Edna Anderson and Russell Byera were married on Nov. 7 at the Baptist parsonage at Algona by the pastor, Rev. C. F. Volzke. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Gregor Deim. Thn bride is a daughter of Mrs. Harnot Anderson and graduated from the Swea City high school. She has been employed as clerk (n Rystad's store the past few years^ The bride-groom is a son of Mrs. Sadio Anderson and was employed at the Forest City Produce Co., before his call to army serv'ce for which he left Tuesday afternoon following their marriage. Miss Lena Kaluzne and Gilbert Pefferman and Miss Ardis Tjens- void, Armstrong, and Lloyd Godfredson, Bancroft, were married at Blue Earth in a double ceremony Sept. 17, at the Baptist parsonago. Mrs. Pefferman is a daughter of Mrs. Steve Kaluzne and grew to young womanhood here, attending the Swea City school. Mr. Pefferman is a son of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pefferman, who are farm ! 'ns three miles east of Swea City. The couple will live with the bride's mother. Both Mr. and Mrs. Pefferman are employed at the Johnson produce. Mrs. Godfredson is a daughter ol Sven Tensvold, a farmer north ol Armstrong. She is a graduate of the Grant consolidated high school The Godfredsons will live at Bancroft. Mrs. Clare Erickson, formerly ol Swea City, now at 31 North Second street, announces the marriage ol her daughter, Harriet Irene Erickson to Sgt. Alfred Eugene Jason of Fresno, Calif., at Fresno in the presence of a few friends and the bride's mother. The bride is a graduate of the Swea City high school and also attended Woodbury Business college at Los Angeles, and is secretary of the Army induction station at Fresno. Mr. Jason ''S a member of the medical staff at the induction center. They will make their home at 1028 Al* hambra Ave., Fresno. F In a letter written to Editor Sperbeck, Pvt. Leonard Ji Peterson says, "I was married to Miss Pearl Andrews of 809 Charles street, St. Paul. The wedding took place at the First Methodist church in Brownwood, Texas. My company commander, Lieut. John H. Cassem and his w'.fe stood up with us." Ledyard Vicinity News Items I Send Hiro Your PICTURE In one of Long's attractive i sservice or traveler's cases. ^ Many styles at i Long's Studio Over Council Oak THE BEST—FOR LESS Mr. and Mrs. Earl Berg visited at the Aug. Gabel home Monday. Mr. Berg is with the Army Air Corps and !•& stationed at Miami Beach. Dr. and Mrs. J. R. McNearney of Des Moines visited over the week endi at the home of Mrs. McNearney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. Geo., Thompson and son, Duane, were guests of Rev. and Mrs. Carl Hammer one afternoon and supper while in Sioux City last week. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gabel of Swea City were Sunday dinner guests at the Albert Brand home. Mrs. Gabel and sons, Floyd and Darold, were supper guests also. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty of Lu- Verne and Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson McCall and daughters, Adrian and Ruth Lichty, all of Chicago, spent Thursday at the George Thompson home. Mrs. Rose Moultorr arrived in Ledyard Thursday from Algoni where she had visited her daughter, Mrs. Gerald Warner, since Nov. 1. She will visit Ledyard friends for several days. Mrs. Henry Blome and Mrs. L, D. Mayne called on Mrs. Lorenz Nitz and Mrs. Paul Nitz and babies Monday and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Poppe and family at Lakota visMed them Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Lorenz Nitz and infant daughter returned home from the Buffalo Center hospital arid is staying at the L. A. Nitz home at present. The baby :s in an incubator at the Nitz home and Mrs. L. A. Nitz is caring for the mother and baby. Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 18-18 Use Calendar Coupons Challenge to women who think things are more important than love! Fri. and Sat Nov. 20-S1 ROMANCE: t,, «f fie oil fieWs! with RJCHMO AHilNf ARLEN IUP6I 8e.cp.ag Featijre Virginia Bruce io ' "CAJUBFCfc, SOFT Sun.-Mon.-Tues., Nov. 2^23-21 RAF ADVENTURE against GESTAPO Five MHO Qunmando Bald RAYMOND MASSEY NANCY COLEMAN Alan Hale Jack Lynch drove to Minneapolis Friday to 'bring back Mrs. Lynch who had been taking treatments there the past couple of weeks. Mrs. Lynch has been staying with her friend, Mrs. Margaret Thompson, while in the city. Mrs. Thompson will be 'better remembered here as Margaret Welch, daughter of Mrs. Mary Welch. Mrs. H. M. Dyer, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson of Ledyard and Mrs. D. D. Maxon of Blue Earth visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ewing at Jeffers, Minn., last Sunday. Mrs. Ewing was formerly Blanche Elvidge of Ledyard. The Ewings have two children, Deloris, who teaches at Lakefield, Minn., and Warren in California. They send greetings to all Ledyard friends. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Collins and children, Marilyn and Billy, came Saturday for a visit at the homes of Mrs. Collins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green and brothers, Ted Green, also her sisters, Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse. Mr. and Mrs. Collins live in Chicago. Pvt. Elwood Green of Ft. Omaha, Nebr., will also spend several days at the home of his parents while his sister and family are visiting here. SWEA CITY SCHOOL CHANGES HOURS Sea City: Supt. A. H. Schuler announced at the Parent-Teachers' meeting last week that beginning Dec. 1, school will open at 10 a. m. and run till one p. m. The afternoon sessions will be from two until five p. m. The change will bs made to accommodate farm pupils during ar time. Clem Hogans, W-Bend, To Job at Niagara Falls West Bend: Mr. and Mrs. Clern Ho"an left by auto Wednesday for Niagara Falls, N. Y., where they oxpect to work in a defence plant. Mrs. Hogan's sister and husbpnd, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Blossom, live here. Mr. and Mrs. Hogan expect to return to West Bend after l.hc war and in the meantime Bill Baas will look after their home. TITONKA NEWS The Ramsey Reformed Ladies' Aid will have its annual supper and bazaar November 19. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Tesch were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nyman, at Woden Sunday. Richard and Benjamin Meyer spent from Friday evening until Sunday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Tapper. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gray are the parents of a nine and one-hall pound boy born Thursday, November 5th. He has been named Melvin Duane. Wm. 'Ricklefs who is employee at a defense plant at Ankeny, arrived home Saturday morning to spend the week end with his wife and Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher and children attended the funeral of Mr Fisher's mother, Mrs. E. A. Fish er of Britt, who passed away on Tuesday night Mrs. Ed Aukes and Mrs. Rober Bunkofske were hostesses at th> Ramsey Reformed Ladies Aid on Wednesday with 20 members an" seven guests present. Mrs. Raymond Bartlett was th hostess to the home project group at her home Friday afternoon. Th lesson was on Remodeling and Con servatioa o/ the Family Wardrobe Married Armistice Evening- Helen Zentner, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Walter Zentner, and Ken neth, son of Mrs. Walter Geilen feld, all of Algona, were united in marriage Wednesday evening al the Trinity Lutheran parsonage a seven o'clock. The Rev. P. J Braner performed the sngle ring ceremony. They were attended by Mary Lea Dearchs and William Kohl. The bride wore a powder blue wool crepe rdess with black accessories and Wore a shoulder corsage of Joanna Hill roses. Her attendant wore a rose crepe dress w'.th black accessories and a corsage of roses and swcetpeas. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents to twenty immediate relatives and close friends. The new M!r. and Mrs. Geilenfeld will make their home in Algona where the groom is employed at the National Tea store and the bride Is employed at the office of Dr. C. C. Sh.'«rk. Norlne Grelner Becomes Bride— Norine Greiner, daughter of Mrs. P. J. Greiner, became the bride of Staff Sgt. Steve J. Murchland of Camp Pickett, Virginia, son of Mrs. Ollie Robinault Thursday at St. Cecelips church> (Father R. V. Sweeney performed the single ring cermony. They were attended by Stanley Greiner, brother of the bride, and Mrs. E. E. Flnnell, sis- tre of the bride. Mrs. Murchland wore a gold wool dress with brown accessories and wore a corsage of bronze roses. Her attendant wore an aqua dress with black accessories and wore a corsage of red roses. The 'bride is a graduate of the Algona high school and is employed at the Old Age Assistance office at the court house. The groom is a graduate of the Denison high school and Is a Staff Sergeant at Camp Pickett, Virginia. Circles to Meet— The W. S. C.' S. circles of the Methodist church will meet Thursday afternoon with the following lostesses. Mrs. Charles Clement's circle with Mrs. F. M. Sterling, VIrs. A. E. Michel's circle and Mrs. ?. E. Sawyer's circles will meet in the church dining room, Mrs. R. W. Anderson's circle with Mrs. Walter Bwy. Mrs. E. J. Hermanson's circle with Mrs. Hermanson, Mrs. lint Lighters circle with Mrs. H. N. Thompson, Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen'o circle with Mrs. Lauritzen, Mrs. W. C. Irelan's circle with Mrs. Irvin Peterson, and Mrs. T. C. Hutchison's circle with Mrs. A. A. Hutchison. Mrs. W. D. Andrews' circle will not meet this month. Farewell for Mrs. Wauge— A farewell party for Mrs. Carl Wauge was held Friday evening at the home of Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. itrs. Wauge who is leaving soon or Waterville, Minnesota, to make ler home with her sisters, Mrs. Dora Kelm, was presented with a ;ift from the group. Hostesses ivere Mesdames Frank Geigel, Fred Getgel, Esther Barton, Katherlne Park, Frank Shilts and C. B. Mur tagh. Bel Canto at Bancroft— The Bel Canto club met Mort' day afternoon at the home of Mrs Harold Hamilton at Bancroft. Mrs C. C. Shierk had charge of the program which was a comparisoi of music >by Ravel, Debussy and MacDowell. Mrs. Hamilton and her daughter played a piano duet by Chopin and Barbara Haggard played a piano solo entitled "For Debussy Children Corner." Shower for Mrs. Greer— Mrs. Dorance D. Greer was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower Friday afternoon at the home oi Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. Mrs. Dick Cowan and Mrs. E. J. Zcnder were the hostesses at the dessert luncheon. Four tables of bridge were In play with Mrs. C. R. LaBarre waning the high prize and Mrs. S. L. Fenney the second prize. Series of Teas at Gaddls'— Mrs. Gene Gaddis has been hostess to several, women the past week at a series of teas held at her home. On Monday afternoon there were four guests present, on Tuesday there were twelve guests, and on Wednesday there were four guests. The afternoons were spent socially. tfoiuewarmlng at Haggti— Mrs. Ed Hagg was guest of honor Thursday afternoon at a surprise liousewarmlng party. Those present were Mrs. A. A. Sterling and daughter, Genevieve, Mrs. R. J. Burns, Mrs. Hugh Post, Mrs. Elsie lady and daughter, Evelyn, Mrs. Carl Haugen, and Mrs. Roy Hutzell. 75 Club to The 75 Club of the Presbyterian church will hold its monthly dinner meeting at the church this evening (Tuesday). The dinner committee consists of Mr. and Mrs. fred Shilts, Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Huenhold, and Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Richardson. Syncopation Club to Meet— Meredith Raney will be hostess to :he members of the Syncopation club Wednesday afternoon at the lome of her parents. Chorus prac- ice will be held to be followed by a social meeting. Club Meets at Meyers— The Couple club met Wednesday evening at the home of Dr. and rfrs. S. W, Meyer's for a pot luck supper. Two tables.of bridge were n play, but the club does not give prizes. Book Club at Rolands— Mrs. Glen Roland entertained the members of the Book club Thursday afternoon at her home. Mrs, r. C. Buthman had charge of the >rogiram. , : \ j Bancroft Vicinity News Items Mrs. Jessie Stebritz, Mason Cjty, ipent iSaturday evening visiting ricnds here. A farewell party honoring John Schemmel was held in Reckers last Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Mayer of Waterloo are the parents of a son born last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kollasch are he parents of a son born last Thursday in Algona. Francis McGregor received two mashed finger tips when his rignt land got caught in a chain last riday. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Ostwinkle and family of Des Moines spent :he week end at the Henry Deiter- ng home. Technical Sgt. Gerald C. Austin spent Thursday and Friday visil- •ng at the Verne Austin and G. A. Pearson homes. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wilhelmi are :he parents of a daughter born on Monday morning. She has been lamed Karen Frances. Miss Jacqueline Tabbert of Farm- ngton, Minn., visited at the N. yT. Memmers and Mrs. Gail Graydon lomes last week end. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reese and Bernard Eichenberger of Des VToines .spent the week end vis't- nrg at the Robert OSiehenberger lome. Corp. Edward Mescher of Con- .erville, Mississippi, s)pent from Thursday until Wednesday visiting at the parental F. H. Mescher iiomc. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vaske, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vaske and family and Mr. and Mrs. Al Lensing and fam- ly were Sunday dinner guests nt ;he Roman Wilhelmi home at Wealey. Mrs. G. D. Hart, Mrs. Elizabeth Williams and Mary Bternice 'at- ended the funeral of Jake Grethen )f Rolfe last Monday. Mr. Greth- Jn was a brother-in-law of Mrs. Hart and Mrs. Williams. Sunday d'nner guests at the Eugene Nurre home were: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Salma and daughter, Winnebago, Minn., Mr. and Mrt. O. H. Tibodean, Delavani Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. George Tibodean of Solomons Island, Maryland. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Neuman entertained Mr. and Mrs., Otto Lande of Ellsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Arnt Egents of Webster City, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Prescott of Clear Lake and Donnafay Merron at dinner and supper Sunday. Mrs. A. H. Foth entertained at a dinner last Tuesday evening in honor of her son, Robert and Ronald Welp, who left last Friday morning for Santa Ana, Calif. Guests '.ncluded LaVerne Wolf, Betty Shillington, Gordon McDonald, Joseph Merrill and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lampe. John Karels, Jr., who left Tuesday evening for the army, was honored at a dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Karels. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Arends Karels of Lake Crystal, Minn., Mr. and Mr?. Arend Honken and daughter, Gordon City, M'.nn., Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kwefc, Arnold, Alice and Arlene, Mr. and Mrs. William Boeckholdt, ' ' and Shirley of Buffalo Center, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Anderson. A farewell party honoring Gordon McDonald who left Tuesday for the army, was held at the Albert Deitering home, Slundjay. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kollasch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Marlow and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kollasch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kollasch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Cogley and two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kollasch of Dodge Center, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kollasch and family of Swea City, Frank and Helen Cogley, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Vogel and Madonna, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kollasch of Algona, and Miss Peterson of Buffalo Center. LOCALS Taskcr Falkenhaincr came up from Red Oak last week for a short visit at the home of his father, Melzar Falkenhainer, and a shot at the pheasants. Tho St. llhonias Guild of the Episcopal church will meet Thursday afternoon for a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. H. E. Woodward at Whittemore. George IMuller is homo on leave from Great Lakes Naval Training Station- where he has just completed his boot training. He was formerly employed at the F. S. Norton & Son lumber yard. Sunday guests at the A. B. Schenck home were Mrs. Bjadie Schenck and daughter, Maude, if Minneapolis, Lois Schenck and Mrs. Stan Cerh of Chicago, and Mr. a.id Mrs. Lloyd Schenck of Burt. James F. Finley. returned to hla home Saturday after undergoing an operation on his eyes at the St. Joseph's Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge two weeks ago. His condition is very much improved. Word has been received by Mrs. Hilda Gronwall that her son, G,er- ald, has been transferred from Norfolk Naval Operating Base to Miami Florida, where he will attend signal man's school for about six months IVfr. and Airs. Robert Schmidt of Cherokee, were guests Sunday of the Misses Julia and Helen McEnroe. Week end viators of the Mc- Enroes were Mr. and Mrs. Ar Drebenstedt and Mr. and Mrs. Ha rold Caspar of Burlington. Mrs. H. B. White and Mrs. Camp bell Humphrey left Monday for Tennessee, where they will visit the.'r husbands who are in the service. Mrs. White will go to Fort Oglethorpe where Hiram is stationed and Mrs. Humphrey will go to Camp Forest, about fifty miles from Ft. Oglethorpe, to visit her husband. MRS, GODFREDSON HEADS CRESCO EMBROIDERY CLUB irvlngton: Mrs. Stella Teriiune was hostess to the Cresco Embrold- ery club last Wednesday afternoon at her home northeast of Irvlngton with 11 members present, Mrs. Earl Miller, club president, was in charge. Election of officers for the new year resulted as follows: -Mrs. Selma Godfredson, president and Mrs. Agnes Dreeaman, secretary- treasurer. Mrs. MilloT,! retiring 1 president and Mrs. Pearl Parsons, retiring secretary-treasurer, were each presented with gifts. Mrs. Ralph Brown had charge of the program. The December Christmas party will be held at the Ralph Brown home. Late In the afternoon a two course luncheon was served. MANY NEIGHBORING FOLKS MADE TRIPS OVER WEEK Many folks were taking advan tage of the nice weather over the week end trekking to and fro. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Norris visited oti Saturday and Sunday with their daughter, lleota, at Sk>ux C.'Cy, where she is taking nurses' training at a hospital at that place. Bob Geigel spent 'the week end at the parental Fred Geigel home, coming from Iowa City; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Godfredson Mlsjted Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Samp and family at Fort Dodge. 'Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sim LeJgh were Urnald Lund, nephew of the Lelghs from Des Moines, and also Mr. Walker and Mr. Schussler of the same place, who came for pheasant hunting. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Reaper and daughter, Bernice, spent Sunday with friends at Bancroft while Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Clarke were at the Reaper home. Dorothy Mawdsley visited last week with friends at Des Moines. Mrs. Estella Sabin, mother of Harry Sabin, entered the Kossuth hospital last Wednesday for medical care, Ben Gish and daughter, Dorothy, and son, Wilfred, visited Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Luclla Collins, near West Bend. Mrs. David King and daughter, Virginia, and son, Ma;c with Faye Krause and Dean Sjogren spent last Saturday at Ames visiting Dorothy King, Iowa State College student. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Parsons; have announced the approaching marriage of their granddaughter, Phyllis Maxwell to Duane Kollasch, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kollasch of Algona. Mrs. Wm. Ward of Calif., but a former Irvington resident, is v.'slt- ing friends and relatives here. For several years the Wards lived on the old Wm. Ward farm now owned by the Ben Terhunes: •• Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stevens of Grundy Center, moved Saturdny :o Algona where Mr. Stevens will save employment at the Algona Bakery. Mr. Stevens Is a brother of Mrs. Donald Robison and Mrs. Robison assisted the Stevens wMh moving. . ••,. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Loss, Sr., entertained at a ifamily dinner Sunday at noon. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gibson and daughter, VTr. and Mrs. Albert Leigh, Mr. and Mrs. Steven-Loss, Jr., and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keller of Dumont. WINTERIZE YOUR CAR \ With the temperature marching down fast, you will want your car to travel in a soldierly fashion, regardless of the weather. Drive in Today for a Winter Check-up JOHNSON'S D-X Station Phone 733 State & Moore GeofgB and Frank Becker, son* of Mr, and Mft. Martin Becker, fe- cently enlisted in the ground crew of the Air Corps at Des Moines. TJie Beckers former!? lived on the old 'Lewis place but are now located in Portland township. One eon, Harold, to still at home. dMtf. afld MM. Vefn McCoy were recent visitors at Llnsboro, at the Wheelan home> Mrs. wheel&n see* turning here with the McCoys for ft short visit. Sunday Mr. McCoy,left for Chicago on a business mission. Other week end guests of the Me* Coys were their son, Merrill, and family of Ne'vada i Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Robert PlUnketts, tenats for the Clarence Mawdsleys, are the parents of a baby girl born last Sunday (a week ago) at the Kossuth hospital, the young Miss being named Betty Ann. The Plunketts have four other chldren, three vlfllted last WeSk at the UMttftHd <fcttWj« W VWtfnlft Ja «f dattfhtef 6jf j Johnson and Aflene, ,the daughter 1 of Mrs. Anna Johnsbn Larson, hbw deceased- Both yauftg ladles arc nieces of Mrs, Roblsdn and Mjs. Larson. On Wednesday the Robl- soris entertained at dlnnef honoring thelf- gUerts, others Included being the Cornelius Larsons* Penny Judith Rae Jacobson of Humboldt swallowed a penny. It was necessary to have medical aid to remove the coin from her throat. She ds recovering. Card of Thanks We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for the beautiful flowers and the many kindnesses extended to us at the time of the death of our beloved mother.—Mr. and Mrs. Vic Hammer and Mra Geo. Noone and family.-.'-* --'f- - |ti* NEW DISCOVERY FOR MASTITIS Due to S/repfococcu* Agalactiae Here to 4ood newt for every farmer who baa Mastitis In hl» herd. About ninety per cent of all Ma>tlti«, or Garftet, '« «"»ed by Streptoroccu* agalactlae. The new dUcov- ery, Beebe G-Lac, (Tyrothricin) consist* of Gramicidin and Tyrocldln, Beebe G-Lac atop* the action of Stxtptococcus atalac- tlae. If Mastitis, due to this microbe, I* cutting into your milk production . . . If your best dairy cow* are la dan$er-ract now! Get Beebe G-Lac. You'll b« aauuwd at the result*. Beebe G-Lac U easy to Inject Into the teat canal. Beebe G-Lac (oca rlftnl to work. 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