Hi* Aigoni tipper ftes Moln**, Altfa*, low*, Attptti S, 1*43 SWEA-EAGLE GIRL WEDS PAYNE, OF GRANT, SUNDAY Miss Lucille Rath, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Carl Rath, and Sydnie Payne, of Grant, were married Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the M. E. parsonage, Rev. Wm. G. Boli officiating, using the single ring ceremony. They were attended by the bride's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Anderson. The newlyweds will go to housekeeping on the groom's father's farm in Grant, where they have been farming in partnership. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and small daughter, of Fenton, •were Sunday visitors at the Art E. Anderson home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Isaacson and Mrs. Harry Linde were in Storm Lake last week attending a Bible Conference. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jenson and daughter Marcia and Aletha visited relatives in Minneapolis Saturday, returning home Sunday. Lowell Larson and Lee Hill-, sten visited from Wednesday until Thursday at the home of Lowell's sister, Mrs. Gordon Graham, Waterloo. Rev. and Mrs. S. A. Anderson, son Gene, and Mr. and Mrs. S. Anderson, of Minneapolis, Minn., •were Wednesday guests at the Emil Larson home. At the Frank Looft home last week Tuesday night 30 members of the Baptist Young People's class were guests of a party and luncheon. Assisting Mrs. Looft was Mrs. Dittmer Thompson. Mrs. Anna Dahl and Mrs. Francis Diem were supper guests at the Ehilip Holcombs last Thursday. Visiting at the Holcombs was his sister, Miss Hoi- comb, R. N., of Detroit, Mich. Friends here received word last week of the recent marriage at Des Moines of Alpha Simmons and Corp. Robert Evans. The The bride is a daughter of O. D. Simmons here and Mrs. Evans' former home was Cedar Rapids. Le Roy Peterson, from Camp Butner, N. Carolina, spent a furlough here last week at the home of his uncle, David Anderson. His brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson, of Omaha, and a sister Lt. Mae Peterson, of the American Red Cross, Des Moines, were visitors here during the week. Threshing rigs were ready for work late last week but the rain stopped .the threshing awaiting better weather this week. First trial run was made at Emil Larson's Tuesday afternoon and rain delayed the work until Friday afternoon. Two steam rigs are still in use here, one in the Isaacson- McGregor run and the other one in the Mo 1 i n d e r - Thompson neighborhood. A Remedy Carl Sexauer, publisher of the Ogden Reporter, offers to let boys who must show their marksmanship by shooting light bulbs have a box of flash bulbs. The flash bulbs are to be taken to some nearby pastures where the boys can shoot to their heart's content. Street lights have been damaged recently by boys aiming guns and even sling shots at them. NOTICE! Take your empty bottles and cases to your dealer for refund of your deposit. Due to wartime restrictions, bottles, cartons am} cases are scarce. We repeat! Take them back today! Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. Fort Dodge Bottling Works 31-33 When You Need Stockings TRY OUR RAYONS / Sheer Looking Well Fitting Well Wearing Smart fall hosiery in rayons that will give you good long wear with the proper care. They're full-fashioned for better fit and won't sag or wrinkle at the ankles. We also have seamless rayons in our stock . . . cottons and llsles for business wear. _a FENTON FORWARDS SELECT GROUP TO 4-H COUNTY CAMP Fenton—The Fenton Forwards 4-H club held a meeting 6n Friday morning at the Fenton park. Miss Alma Schultz, county h^rne economist, met with the "iris to discuss plans for the 4-H fair and for the -4H county camp which is to be held at Clear Lake. Beverly Scnulte, Lorraine Willrett, and Kathryn Bleckwenn were chosen by the girls to represent the Fenton club at the camp, which is to be held August 5 to 7. Miss Schultz also helped the demonstration team with their Demonstration. The team consists of Kathryn Bleckwenn and Beverly Schulte. The group enjoyed a picnic dinner at noon. Eight members, the leader, Mrs. Will Weisbrod, and Miss Schultz attended. Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske and family left Saturday night to spend a week's vacation at Lake Okoboji. Phyllis, daughter of Mrs. E. C. Fauerby, left Sunday to enter Mankato Commercial college at Mankato, Minn. Marie Struecker, Mason City, visited from Friday night until Sunday night at the parental H. H. Struecker home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goetsch, of Beloit, Wis., are spending a ten-day vacation at the parental R. C. Goetsch home. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Long and family and Harry Widdell and Jimmy left Sunday for Lake Okoboji, where they will spend a week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madden and family and Mrs. Ida Kohl were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Harris Wadsworth's, Lone Rock. Kathleen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Boiling, went to Iowa City on Wednesday morning f a check-up. She returned home Friday. Mrs. Alfred Meyers and Betty Ann left Wednesday night for Davenport where they plan to spend a few days at the Ernest Veaux home. Corporal Arthur J. Ruhnke, of Camp Wolters, Tex., and Ervin Ruhnke were supper guests at the home of Mrs. Elsie Dreyer on Sunday evening. Virgina and Marian Hengel left Sunday for Des Moines, where Virginia will secure a position. Marian will stay to visit with her sister for awhile. The United Service Women of America met Friday afternoon in the school basement. Two quilts were started. These quilts will be sent to hospitalized service men. Twelve members attended. Mrs. Clarence Menz submitted to an operation for appendicitis on Thursday morning at the hospital at Spirit Lake. Mrs. John Menz stayed there from Thursday until Sunday night and Clarence Menz stayed from Saturday noon until Sunday-night. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hantle- mari are the parents of a ten- pound baby girl, born Saturday night. They have one other child, a boy. Robert Hantleman The Trade-in Store OPEN EVERY DAY GOOD USED MERCHANDISE AT LOW PRICES Vanities Chairs Tables Gas Cook Stoves Children's Walkers Kiddie Kars Used Beds Oil Burners Kerosene Stoves Camp Stove Camp Cots Settees Kitchen Cabinet Dining Room Suite Chest of Drawers End Tables Lamps NEW ITEMS ADDED EVERY DAY The Trade-in Store East of Court House is now serving overseas with the army. Mrs. Hantleman is staying at .the home Of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Haack. Mr. and Mrs. Jfohn Ruhnke entertained at dinner on Sunday in honor of Arthur Ruhnke, of Camp Wolters, Tex., who is home on a 14-day furlough. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hanover, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bierstedt, Norbert, Joan, and John, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Berninghaus, Edward and Betty. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dreyer and daughters and Mary Alice Rossiter visited there in the afternoon. Ottosen News The Olaf Olson family of Humboldt were Sunday visitors at the Magnus Bratland home. Mrs. Knute Oppedahl of Vancouver, Wash., came Wednesday night for a visit at the Eugene Hofius home. Mr. and Mrs. Thorstein Satern and family of West Bend were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Roy Enockson home. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius and Mrs. Knute Oppedahl were visitors at the home of Mrs. Cora Bacon at Algona Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Helmen and children and Mrs. Chas. Mattice, of Bode, were Sunday afternoon callers at the Harold Jacobson home. * The Movick families attended a picnic at the West Bend park Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Movick and family of Lynn Grove also attended. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Loyig and Barbara attended a' family reunion at the Rolfe park Sunday in honor of John Wiegman's 90th birthday. About 120 attended. Mrs. G. L. Vohs of Algona, Mrs. Carl Vohs of West Bend and Mrs. Donald Grette and sons were Visitors at the Harold Jacobson, Ralph Richards and Cliff Landers homes last week. Mr. and Mrs Morgan Hagen visited with Mrs. Swadrup Nelson Sunday night. Mr. Nelson is a patient at the Veterans' hospital at Des Moines, his condition remaining the same. Mrs. Mary Goeldner passed away at her home here Wednesday evening. Funeral services were held at the home at 1:30 P. M. Saturday and 2:00 o'clock at the German Lutheran church at West Bend, with burial in the Ottosen cemetery. Norway Fights On Kaare Bakken, 24-year-old Norwegian merchant marine man, who recently visited his uncle, Knut Bakken of Decorah, has sailed in every ocean, voyaged for 45 days through submarine infested waters only to have his ship torpedoed when within 40 miles of New York. Although the ship sank in fifteen minutes every member of the crew was saved. He has heard nothing from his family in ,Lier, Norway, since the German invasion. He has joined a new ship. JACOB J. RINK, 81, COUNTY PIONEER, DIES AT LEDYARD At his horhe in Ledyafd Friday night occurred the death of Jacob James Rink, long-time resident of Ktissuth county. Mis wife preceded him in death November 18, 1934. He is survived by a son John, two children having died in infancy. Funeral Services were Held Sunday from the M. E. church, Rev. Edw. Cass in charge, and burial was* in Highland Home cemetery, Ledyard. Pallbearers were Warren Lloyd, Oliver Marquis, Jim Lloyd, Henry Dyer, Dennis Smith, and Lawrence Ternes. Came Hete in 1880 Deceased was born in New York City March 17, 1862. The Rink family moved westwaad when Jacob was a small child, locating near Cresco, Iowa. When 18 years old he was employed to drive some cattle to ^ossuth county, this being then used as a herding ground. While helte he met and married Theresa Rahm on January 28, 1888. To this union were born three children, John", and two who died in infancy. To Ledyard in 1919 The Rinks farmed for a time in the Wesley neighborhood, then later moved to the town now known as Lakota, one year after it was founded. In 1919 Mr. Rink left Lakota and farmed east of Ledyard up till 1924 when the family retired to a small acreage in Ledyard and where they have made their home since. Besides his son he is also survived by three brothers, Henry, of Rochester, Minn., Frank, of Cresco, Iowa, and Peter, of Minneapolis, and two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Kinsel, of Cresco, and Mrs. J. C. Bauers, of Marengo, Iowa. Evelyn Mayne, of Elgin, 111., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Frank Kelly, and friends here. The Red Cross meeting will be held Friday afternoon at the D. A. Carpenter' home at 2 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Sanders, of Elmore, were dinner guests at the Paul Nitz home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Oswald, of Lakota, were Sunday supper guests at the Herb Zielske home. Alvira Halverson and Beulah Looft left for Cedar Falls, where they will visit Alvira's sister Marvel Halverson. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Walsh and children and Mrs. Alice Garry and relatives from Rochester had a picnic dinner Sunday at Austin, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gelder and children, of Buffalo Center, were visitors Sunday at the William Green home. Gelders were former Ledyard residents. The Youth Fellowship of the Evangelical and Reformed church: had their devotional meeting Sunday evening, with Neoma as leadcf. News of Seneca Vicinity Mrs. Hans Hanson, Ringsted, spent the weekend with Alyce Oleson. Mr. and Mrs. John Munch and son were Sunday callers at the Charles Osborn home. Dorothy Clemensen left Sunday for Mankato, Minn., where she will begin business training. Reports are that Bud Paulsen is enjoying a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Paulsen. Miss Ardelle Lee, Munsie, Indiana, spent from Wednesday until Sunday at the A. E. Nelson home. The Jensens were expected home Monday of this week for a visit with his parents, the J. H. Jensens. Noradel Dotson, who is taking a business course at Mason City, spent the weekend with her parents, the Clem Dotsons. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Manore and daughter Donna, of Armstrong, spent Saturday night and Sunday with the Vernon Jensens. Mr. and Mrs. Marinus Nielsen and family, of near Hurt, called at the Norman Thompson and Curtis Oleson homes Tuesday evening. Harriet Oleson, who has been spending the past few weeks at the home of her aunt, the Ray Goerings, Jackson, Minn., spent the weekend with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Oleson, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Thompson and Lavon, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cody and daughters were Sunday dinner guests at the Kalmer Randa home west of Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Oleson and Harriett, and Wayne Finnestad, Fenton, were sponsors at christening of Kalmer Randa's baby daughter Kathryn Rae, at the St. Paul's Lutheran church, Ringsted, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft and sons were Sunday dinner guests at the Fred Johannesen home west of Fenton. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Norland and family, Truman Bergeson, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Randa. Mrs. Irvin Classen and Donna and Mrs. Curtis Oleson, Wanda and LeAnn were Wednesday evening callers at Mrs. Carrie Larson's at Emmetsburg. Mrs. Larson is Mrs. Classen's and Mrs. Oleson's mother. Donna Classen remained with her grandmother for a longer visit. The Clarence Osborn home was the scene of a family gathering and dinner Sunday. Those present included Mr. and Mrs. Bob Goetsch, of Beloit, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brown and sons Wilfred and Melvin, Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kelly, Swea City; and Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod and Mrs. Anna Osborn, Fenton. Senecans who spent the past week at Bible Camp, returning Saturday, were Donna Jean Cody, La Von Thompson, and Frances Halverson. Bobby WU- berg, Tila Johannesen, Morris Johannesen, Ruby and Arlot Cherland, and Jackie Looft returned Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Amy Cherland and Mr. and Mrs. John Cherland drove to Okoboji to attend the services Sunday morning, as did Ole Jqhannesen and John Johannesen. 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Nuss, being oh vacation. the Ladies' Aid meeting o* the Evangelical arid Kefdrnied church has been postponed because of threshing. Announcement will be made later when the meeting will be held. Mr. and Mrs. John Brandt took Rev. and Mrs. Edw. Nuss to Ames on Sunday, from which place they too|: the train for Wittoha Lake, Ind., to attend the Bible Conference in session there. The Brandts visited with relatives at Hubbard, StttttiX LUVfiRNE NEWS Saift Swank of Clinton, Minn., is visiting jLuVerrte friends aitd looking after his farm Interests. , Wm. Meyer, the oldest son of Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Meyer, has been quite ill at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Behnkendorf and son, Jimmy, and Martha Fourage spent Sunday at 'the Ernest Behnkendorfs at Bancroft. / Mfe*and Mrs. D.,0, Broadie left Monday night for Granger to attend the funeral services Wednesday for a sister of Mr. Broadie. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Chism, Ayrshire, spent Sunday at her sister's, Mrs. John fiehflkendoffs. Seltha Behhkehdbff abMtfnpanled th^Jrt, home f8f a week's visit; /MaflpMe ttedriek has returned! from Fort Dodge, where she has been employed the feast, several' months. .Lois and Phyllis Hedrlck. returned Friday from a three weeks' visit with relatives at Al^ gona.and Irvingt6n, Mrs. Guy Trauger. entertained -' Thursday afternoon honoring her daughter-in-law, v Mrs. Leonard Trauger, of Portland,, Ore. A num.*- ber of Llvermore ladies were guests 'and bridge furnished the afternoon's entertainment. Mrs. Robert Bier ma, who, had been visiting at the parental. Trauger home, left Friday evening to join her husband at San Antonio, Texas. WHOLESALE And Sou* the WJtoUtale FRUIT JABS Complete with Caps and Rubbers " Quarts Half -Gallon 59c 69c 98c Pints JELLY '/a Pint Squat (12 in Carton)' I LASSES 'A Pint Tall Each* Genuine Ball Jtfason Good Live Rubber JAR RINGS 3 SAVE! BUY THEM IN BULK >AROWAX •ENJEL "•*'• Sealing Wax 1 Sugar... ....V.Pkg. T. & t. 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