Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 27, 1933
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APVANCB. ALQONA. IOWA L, R, GIRL TO D.M.SOONTO TAKE NURSING Ixme Rock, July 25—A picnic last Week Wednesday at the A. A. Call «tate park honored Berneyce iRqderick, wbo soon leaves to take ••«p nurses' training at Des Moines. Members of the group also had a swim at the Algona pool. Attending: Imogene and Berneyce Roderick, Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, Margaret Householder, Mary Ellen and "Starve! Marlow, Ralzine Pettit, Oladya and Kathryn Stebritz, Beryl Sanders, Lola Barlow, Muriel Long, •nd Grace Newbrough. Cedar Falls Coach Calls- Donald Blanchard, accompanied toy a Mr. Langford, both students at the State Teachers college, spent the week-end at J. M. Blanchard'a. Coaen Crana, Bode, and a friend called at the Blanchard home Sunday. Mr. Crans and Donald coach & Legion ball team at Cedar Falls. •Florence Householder, student at the same school, spent the weekend at the parental C. holder's. E. House- Mite Society Helps Church— The Mite society met with Mrs. E. M. Jensen last Thursday. Airs. Jay Godden read two clippings, and <3oila Jane Hollister gave a reading. At a business meeting it was Toted to give $75 towards church expenses. The next meeting will le with Mrs. Watson Shick. finishes Ames Summer Course — Vera Morris came home last Thursday from Ames, where she ^completed a six weeks summer fcourse at Iowa State college. She will spend the rest of the summer with her parents, Supervisor and Mrs. Charles Morris. at Ledyard Holds in Seneca Twp. Ledyard, July 25—The following Methodist Aid members and members of their families went to Edw. Campbell's, near Seneca, for a picnic last Thursday: Mrs. Mayer and Marjorie, Mrs. F. O. Johnson, the Edw. Halvorsons, Mrs. James Welfare and Doris, Mrs. Jack Welfare, Mrs. Charles Hilferty, Mrs. Jos. Mayne, Mrs. Howard Mayne and her children, the George Thompsons, Maxine Mason, Mrs. O'Keefe, Mrs. Ace Warner, Mrs. Wienberger, Mrs. Burrows, the Leon Wordens, Mrs. V. A. Barrett, Mrs. N. A. Pingel, Mrs. L. A. Nitz, Mrs. John Drew, and Mrs. Green. Bible Sehool is Opened— A Methodist daily vacation Bible school opened last week, Monday with an enrollment of nearly 30. The instructors are Mesdames Mayer, Barrett, Yahnke, and Johnson. V. A. Barrett's Mother Sick- Mr, and Mrs. V. A. Barrett left for Chester Saturday, called there by word of the serious illness of Mr. Barrett's mother. King's Heralds Sell Candy— The girls of the King's Heralds group sold home-made candy last week Wednesday night and made 2.40. New Girls Born — A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Marlow Monday, and a girl, Mary Ann, eight pounds, was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meyre. Parmer Builds >"ew Corncrib — A new double corn crib and granary is beini erected at Harry Hobson's, north of town. Men from Fort Dodge are doing the work. Bible Sehool is Closed- Lillian Angus has finished teaching in a Bible school at the Dutton schoolhouse, south of town. A program was given Sunday. athollcs Are Planning Bazaar— The Sacred Heart church will old its annual bazaar Thursday, ugust 17. Other Ledyard News. Lonnie Mooney, Oelwein, and ynn Ward, Brandon, were guests ; D. A. Carpenter's at the Carpener cottage at Hazelmere a week go Sunday, and left for home last eek Monday. Ruth Swartzell ac- ompanied them, after two weeks ; Carpenter's. Geo. D. Moulton's sister Marie and a niece, from Chicago, have a ottage at the Okobojis for several •eeks, and the Moultons went there rant Aid to Entertain— The Grant Methodist Aid will ive a "Guest Day" this week hursday, and the local Aid is in- ted. Saturday to,%pend Sunday with them. •Howard Dyer left last week Monday with a cousin from Bancroft for Toledo, Ohio. They were to visit the world's fair at Chicago. Mrs. C. I. Mansmith, Burt, Lydla, and another daughter from Chicago spent last week Wednesday at Fred Dorsey's. Mrs. Ohas. Gable and Jean and Marjorie returned Sunday from a week with Mrs. Gable's sister at Laurens. Reuben Green and Anton Anderson came Saturday from Albla, Minn., to visit their parents over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Tillmoney, of Ames, came Sunday to visit this week at the Wlemer and Hartshorn homes. Mr .and Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen and Jerry returned Sunday after several days with, relatives at Renwick. The D. A. Carpenters were at Blue Earth last Thursday. Mrs. Carpenter was having dental work done. Mrs. Leroy Anderson and her son Fred went to the Okobojis Friday with Frank Wiemer for the weekend. • Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Peterson, of Sanborn, came last week Wednesday to visit the Cecil Petersons. Mrs. Glenn Yahnke went to Blue Earth Friday with her mother, Mrs. Julius Jenson, Buffalo Center. .Leon Worden and Ace Warner came home from Larch wood last Thursday for over Sunday. The William Poppes, Bertha Nitz, and Howard Jensen visited relatives at Nevada Sunday. The Ace Warners and Henretta O'Keefe spent from last Thursday till Sautrday at Fenton. Janice Williams left for her home at Redding Friday, after several weeks at L. W. Wiemer's. Muriel Reece entertained at a party Saturday in honor of hei* birthday. Ted Wright, Eagle Grove, was here Friday, looking after property interests. The Glen Yabnkes spent last week Wednesday at Buffalo Center. y Other lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. McGowan, of Sedalia, Mo., and their daughter •Rosalind were last Thursday dinner guests o£ Mr. and Mrs. Harlan iBlanchard. They are visiting Mrs. •Blanchard's parents, Mr. and Mrs C. E. Householder. The Fred Haacks and the Emi Laabs family spent last week Wednesday at Tuttle Lake. The sHaacks and the Edward Hackbarths spent a day last week with Mrs Haack's aunt, Mrs. John Meine, o TVhittemore. Mrs. S. M. Gladstone, daughter Beulah and Margaret, son Robert and another daughter, Mrs. A. A Krueger, returned last Thursda Irom a visit with Mrs. Gladstone' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gapp Salem, S. D. N. L. Cotton attended the fun eral o! Edward Donovan, Algona Friday. Mrs. Lillie Thompson an lier daughter Neva also attended Mr. Donovan having been a brother-in-law of Mrs. Thompson. June Bierle and Kathryn Ste- t>ritz have returned from Spencer, where they visited the Robert Mur- Tays. Dottie and Lorraine Murray accompanied them here to visit at Charles Bierle's. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich, ac•companied by Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Stevens, Cylinder, attended a three- day rural letter-carriers' convention and Auxiliary meeting at Fairfield Vast week. G. A. Sharp and his son Delbert drove to Lu Verne, Minn., Sunday, and Wayne Tyler, who had been with his father and Russell Sharp, •came home with them. Mrs. A. H. Henningsen, of Graet- tlnger, and her daughter Doris spent last week Wednesday night and Thursday at her sister Mrs. E. M. Jensen's. The Glenn Sharps and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfredson, of Ringsted, picnicked at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday evening. Mr. aod Mrs. R. G. Borchardt and Alice and Arthur Rowley, all of 32ast Chain, Minn., were Sunday guests at Emil Kraft's. Lucille and Bernard Genrich «pent part of last week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. •Blanchard, Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dacken, of Oakdale, arrived at tfte parental Frank Dacken's Sunday evening for a visit. The Harry Rahns and William Leeper were Sunday guests at Mr. and Mrs. Leeper'a son's at Granada, Minn. The Enos Worthingtons, Mallard, were Sunday guests of Mr. Worth- Ington's mother, Mrs. Lillie Worth- COUPLE NEWLY MARRIED MAKE CALL AT BURT Burt, July 26—Mr. and Mrs. Waren Polhemus, arrived last week Wednesday for a short visit with Warren's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Polhemus. The visitors were married the day before at Davenport, and the bride was formerly Bessie Benfer, trained nurse at Iowa City. Warren is a graduate of the Burt high school and of the state university, and since graduating three years ago he has been employed at Iowa City, where they will live. Staehles Entertain Guests— The Rev. and Mrs. Charles Reidt, Birthday Circle Picnic Today— The Birthday circle will have a picnic on the Dr. H. S. Van Vranken lawn this week Thursday. Other Burt News. Mrs. C. E. iLongnecker, Nevada, and Mr. and Mrs Forest Scott, of Maxwell, visited from Saturday to Monday at C. J. Whitney's. Mrs. Longnecker is Mrs. Whitney's mother, and Mrs. Scott her sister. Mrs. Brink Shipler, Maxwell, accompanied them and visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ringsdorf. Glenn and Vernon Wallace, Mason City, came last Thursday to visit their sister, Mrs. G. P. Haw cott, and attend the Legion celebi-a tion. They took back their mothei Mrs. Bertha Wallace, and sister Isla, who had spent several weeks here. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. McElmurray and Mrs. J. H. Whalen, Sioux City, IRVIN6TONIAN, 82, HAS KEPT DIARY 40 YRS, Irvington, July 26 — William Rut- edge, <82, can tell Just how he has pent each day from 1893 to date. 'he record appears in an account te has kept of his life day by day. 'he entry 1 for this week Monday, or example, said no special work was done, 'but that the day was pent !n choring. The books In- ilude dates of births, weddings, leaths in the faintly and in nelgh- >oring families. Each page cov- rs a month. Three of Mr. Rut- edge's books dating farther back han 1893 were destroyed by fire. Glancing through the book one inds that in 1898 Mr. Rutledge, who then lived near Orinnell, (had an operation on his eyes, which were in a critical condition. The Rutledges moved to Kossuth in 902 and have lived in or near Irv- ngton ever since.' Mr. Rutledge's records show that he Des Moines river overflowed its anks May 20, 1913, and did not owej for eight days. On February , 1916, the mercury dropped to 22 ielow zero. On June 20, 1913, it was 105 in the shade. On Wednes- ay, August 12, 1927, there was rost here. On October 12, 1927, Mr. Rut- edge was helping out at the Spur- eon farm, when he fell from a tree nd suffered a broken shoulder. He was unable to return to his home gain until November 20. Mr. Rutledge also gives an ac- ount of an accident which resulted n the death of "William Spurgeon. Mr. and Mrs. Rutledge, who cele- jrated their golden wedding anni- ersary some time ago, live alone. Mrs. Rutledge is now in poor lealth, but Mr. Rutledge is doing its farm work as usual. They have ive girls, all married and living elsewhere. Their grandchildren and great-grandchildren are numerous. Wagon Unhooked on Hill — Morris • Parsons experienced a hrill one day last week, when a wagon in which he was hauling shelled corn became uncoupled rom the 'horses. The accident, which was caused when a bolt iroke in the doubletrees, occurred on a hill between the Armour Lem- tee and A. Butterfield farms. The lorses continued going north, while the wagon backed down hill to the south. Mr. Parsons saved himself from a serious situation by apeed- ly leaving the wagon and staying with his team. The wagon finally backed off the road and Into the ditch, but remained upright. Tom Chllton Low Monday — Mrs. Tom Chilton received a telegram from Rochester this week Monday saying Mr. Chilton was in IN AHS«R TO A t*B»'S 1BTTIR - . .rue, to sa» rrr, sr- tk. W =« The use of B-oyllnder le a ^yilnder engine extra fuel «"-«••» """ the fuel supply of an of •* power out of the so that no power is wasted in moving excess weight. The only extravagance about the new Ford V-8 engine is xn the building of it. The extravagance is ours-the economy is yours. The whole question of car economy needs .clearing up. An economic*.! car gives economy all round. Price, operation, upkeep all play their part If what you save on gas you lose elsewhere, that is not economy, As to upkeep, our dealers say that in recent years the improved quality of Ford cars has cut down their repair business 50-per cent. - As to price with quality.-judge for yourself. As to economy, here is the record of a stock car three weeluout of shop in Oklahoma: On a run of 10,054 miles at the rate of 1.000 miles a day-the Ford V-8 gave 18.8 miles per gallon of gas. Not a drop of water was to the radiator. The oil was changed once in 1.000 mrles. That should answer a lot of questions. July 24th. 1933 added a critical condition, her to come at once. and advising Mrs. Chilton went to Rochester Monday with Dr. F. C. Scanlan, Algona. Mr. Chilton underwent an operatoin Friday for ulcers of the stomach and complications. Mrs. Chilton received word Saturday that the operation had been performed and that the patient was recovering as well as could be expected. Mitchell, S. D., visited from Sunday to Monday at Al Staehle's. They brought with them the Staehle grandson, Jimmy Sauermann, who remained for a several weeks visit. F, P. Wernli, Hazen, N. D., also spent the week-end at the Staehle home. He is assisting in the North Dakota exhibit at the vorld's fair, and went back to Chiago Sunday night. J. D. Anderson, Mitchell, S. D., also spent Sunday at Staehle's. ington. Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. Glenn Sharp, and Mrs. Roy Jensen spenl last week Wednesday at Emmets- Imrg. Mary Ann and Maxine Flaig spent last week with their aunt Mrs. Robert Ackerman, east o Burt. Mrs. Ollie Tyler spent from last Thursday till Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. James Armstrong, Burt The Harley Shellitos came Sun day to visit the N. L. Cottons. Mr Shellito went back the same day Supt. and Mrs.THto B. Laing, Al gona, and their children called a W. G. FJaig's Sunday evening. Margaret Roderick is at Mason tlity, visiting her grandmother Mrs. Margaret Davison. Ruth, small daughter of Mr and Mra. Brail Kraft, is having gland trouble in her neck. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmei attended the funeral of John Moser «t Algona Monday. Muriel Long will entertain the Burt Lively League 4-H club thii •week Tuesday. Elizabeth Jensen, Graettinger •came Friday for an extended visii at E. M. Jensen's. 'Hiram Ackerman had a tonsillectomy at Doctor Clapsaddle's office, Burt, Friday. Florence Stow Bridge Hostess— Florence Stow entertained 11 ;lrls at a bridge party last week Tuesday evening: Ellen and Nelda Volentine, Oriole Brooke, Viola Riddle, Vera Chipman, Raemond Coestler, Dovie Elliott, Helen Schwietert, Sarah Paine, Mrs. Geo. Schroeder, and Enida Snyder, of Akron, who is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. E. Hammer, ivon the high score. Miss Snyder Varilda Pratt to lowii City- Druggist F. L. Pratt took his daughter Marilda to Iowa City Sunday. She has work there, and expects to enter the university this 'all to continue her college aourse. M. E. Polhemus accompanied them to visit his son Warren. Clarence Schrader went with them as far as Coftlar Falls. Chicago Visitor Goes Home— Aleeda Toebben left Saturday evening for Chicago, after a week with her mother, Mrs. Anna Toebben. Bruce and Gordon, sons of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Graham, Fenton, accompanied tier to visit their aunt a, Mary and Ida Peters, and attend the world's fair. Miss Whitney's Sister Here- Floy Whitney and a Mr. Lutz, Stanford, Conn., arrived Saturday to visit the Misses Whitney and Warner. The Whitneys are sisters. The visitors and two others have been making an extended tour of the United States. The others went on to Chicago. came last week Wednesday for a visit at C. F. Whalen's. The Mc- Elmurrays went back Thursday, but Mrs. Whalen remained for a longer visit with her son,!, H. L. Reynolds, St. Paul, spent Saturday night at E. H. Staley's, and Sunday Mrs. Staley and her daughter Edna accompanied him home for a few days. His wife, a daughter of the Staleys, died recently. Marie Grover accompanied Dr. and Mrs. Wallace, of Algona, to Des Moines Friday to visit the Ray Grovers, and their niece, Justine Grover, who is visiting her aunt, Marie Grover, came here with them. Mrs. N. I. Morneas and her daughter Margaret left Monday night for ten days with the former's aunt, Mrs. Sigred Garner, Long Island City, N. Y., and with friends at Leominster, Mass. Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff and her children went to Toledo a week ago Sunday to Join Mr. Riebhoff, who is working there, Ernest Kruger and his daughter Ruth were Sunday dinner guests at the Charles Morris home, Lone Rock. Mrs. Morris, daughter Vera, and Beulah Gladstone brought them home. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Freed and Mrs. Robert Smith, Gridley, 111., are spending a couple of weeks here at the M. E. Polhemus home, while Mr. Freed is looking alter his farm west of Burt. The A. G. and Jesse Volentines visited the E. N. Volentines, Fairmont, Sunday, and the sister, Mrs, Charles Boyer, Abbotsford, Wls., who was visiting there, came here with them. Stray Boar at Rutledge's— Wm. Rutledge reports that a stray Hampshire boar has been making an appearance at his farm every morning for over week. The dog drives the pig back to the north end of the farm along the river, where the pig apparently stays until the next morning. No Typhoid Fever Here— A report given out late last week that Sumner Parsons and his hired man were having a run of typhoid fever has been contradicted. They have an unusually hard attack of LU VERNE CLUB HAS TALK BY NEWYORKGIRL Lu Verne, July 25 — The Lu Verne Loyal Workers 4-H club met Friday with Marvel Davidson, and roll call was answered with materials suitable for curtains, 12 members, responding. The following program was given: music talk, Our Melody^Maker, Kevin, Elsie Mae Hunt; Appropriate Flower Containers, Roberta Masterson; Our Teeth, Ruth Neal; demonstra- intestinal flu. improving. Both are reported Sunuiel Heaper Still low— Samuel Reaper, who is still critically ill, is reported low. He has not been able to, take nourishment for several days. of tion on recaning Neal and Bertha chairs, Benona Bowman. Mrs. Dr. Clare Clapsaddle Leaves— Dr. C. J. Clapsaddle, son Donald, and niece, Rachel Clapsaddle, left Monday for Doctor Clapsaddle's hosie at St. Genevieve, Mo. Rachel will remain three weeks there and at St. Louis and at a summer resort at Chautauqua, 111. Mrs. Anderson Granddaughter Dies Mrs. Ida Anderson has received news of the death of a granddaughter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Weaver, Delphi, Ind. The child died Friday from whooping cough. Mrs. Weaver was formerly Sylvia Anderson. Willis Phelps Occupies Pulpit- Willis Phelps conducted the morning preaching service Methodist church Sunday at the in the Clifton. There -will be neither preaching service nor Sunday school next Sunday. Change at Lee Restaurant— The Lee restaurant has changed hands, H. G. Burnharo, Waterloo, buying out Paul Lee. The Lees have moved into Doctor Clapsaddle's house in north Burt. The Ivan Longs, Swea City, visited Sunday at W. Wi Boettcher's. Mrs. Long is Mrs. Boettcher's sister. Violet Long is spending several weeks here with her aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Peters and their daughter Jo Ann left Saturday for their home at Omak, Wash., after two weeks with Russell's father, Dr. W. T. Peters. Otto Richmann and Henry Stumme, Readlyn, spent Friday night at the Rev. L. Richmann's. They are Mr. Richmann's brother and cousin respectively. The Rev. L. Richmann, R. A. Bleich, and Will Koestler families, and the Leonard Koestlers, Clintoa, were Sunday dinner guests at Edw. Bierstedt's. The J. G. Sewicks and Mrs. Laura Sewick and daughter Lura returned Sunday from <a week with relatives at Freeport, 111., and at the world's fair. Mrs. Henry Staehle, Minneapolis, and her mother, Mrs. A, L. Smith, Strawberry Point, visited from Wednesday to Monday at Al Staehle's. Albert Manus and Edward Paine went to Milwaukee recently. Albert has obtained work there and Edward hopes to do so soon. The C. L. Holdings and Mrs. Emma Hawcott visited the William Larsens at Brjtt Sunday. The Aid meets Wednesday, August 2, at the church. 'A cafeteria lunch will 'be served. Mrs. G. L. Carroll entertained at a dime party Friday afternoon. Other Irvington. Thelma and Rollin, children Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spurgeon, are visiting the Frank Sklllings at Algona. Mrs. Charles Sankey visited one day last week at the Otto Ramus home, Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hewitt, Swea City, visited Sunday with Mrs. Charles Sankey and the Arthur Rileys... - • Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stiltz and a daughter spent Saturday and Sunday with the O. L. Millers. Other Sunday guests at the Miller home were the Victor Applegates, Howard Clark, and a young woman from Burt. The Missionary society met Friday at the church, 12 attending. After a short business meeting and roll call, the rest of the afternoon was spent at White Cross work, and 170 sponges were made. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on The King's Chariots. His text: The Lord encampeth around about those that fear him, and de- livereth them, taken from the seventh verse of the 34th psalm. The iLorls Crawfords, Minneapolis, recently visited the Frank Millers, southwest of Algona. Their sons Gerald and Dean remained with relatives at Algona, Irvington, and Whittemore. Clair Robison, who was injured while he was repairing a binder several days ago, is much improved and has returned to his work at the J. M. Patterson farm. Edith Reed, who makes her home at present with Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Jones, Algona, recently spent several days at the Morris Parsons home. D. T. Smith, Algona, spent Sunday afternoon at M. L. Honey's with his sister, Mrs. J. B. Robison. The William, Charles, and Kenneth Rutledges were Sunday guests at Loren Rutledge's. An Aid meeting scheduled for thfc week Thursday hae been post- Leaverton gave suggestions for Achievement day and county fair exhibits. A Miss Duthie, of New York, who is interviewing young people in mid-western states, gave club members two personality tests. Mrs. Leaverton showed articles to be included in this year's exhibits. Elsie Mae Hunt and Cora Mae Masterson, of the 1933 demonstration team, received information concerning the demonstration from the H. D. A. There were four visitors. The next meeting will be held Friday, Aigust 4, at Doris Genrich's. Nurse Obtains New Job- Dorothea Marty, who has been poned. Neighbors gave a surprise party for Robert Casey's birthday Sunday. -*Fenton Celebration planned. Fenton, July 25 — The .Legionnaires and the Auxiliary had a joint meeting in the Legion rooms last week Monday night, and plans were laid and committees appointed for a celebration here Thursday, August 10. connected with a large hospital,in New York City, is having a vacation at 'her grandmother Mrs. Catherine Marty's. Oh August 1 she will begin work at the Pennsylvania hospital, Philadelphia.' whore she will be head nurse in the obstetrical department. Young People Have Frolic— The Presbyterian Senior Christian Endeavor entertained the Evangelical young people at an outing Friday, and most of the crowd chose Algona's swimming pool, after which a picnic supper was eaten at the Ambrose A. Call State park. More than 20 persons attended. Pastor Off for Vacation— The Rev. L. Wittenburg and his family left Sunday for a two weeks vacation trip during which they are to visit the pastor's parents at Watkins and with Mrs. Wittenburg's at Loami, 111. The Rev. Mr. Kitzman will preach at the local Lutheran church next Sunday evening. Indianapolis Visitor Honored- Mrs. D. H. Wermerson entertained last week Tuesday in honor of Mrs. p. E. Griffith, Indianapolis. Bridge was played at two tables, Mrs. P, c. Lichty winning the high •score, Mrs. Hay Stone, travel prize Mrs. Burdette Agard, Algona, was an out of town guest. Mrs. Masterson Loses Nephew- Mr, and Mrs. Robert Masterson Cora, Margaret, and Frances left Saturday afternoon for Dallas Center to attend the funeral of Leland Miller, 31, nephew of Mrs. Masterson who Was killed recently to an automobile accident at Long Beach, Calif. Irvlii Chapmans to Fair- Mr, and Mrs. Irvin Chapman. Billy, and Bobby leave this week Tuesday for Chicago to visit the F. Goldfield by Mrs. Chapman's father, George Kabele. Benedicts t* World's Fair— The Ira Benedicts and 'Dannie left for their home at Milwaukee last week Wednesday, accompanied by Mr. Benedict's mother, Mrs. f. H. Benedict. They visited relatives at hicago and attended the world's fair. Bands Join for Concerts— The Renwick band helped the local band give a concert Friday night. W. Schaub, Webster City, was director. Plans are being laid for the Lu Verne .band to play at Renwick.this week Friday night. Merchants Finance Free Movies— Local merchants have made arrangements with Mel Riley, Waterloo, for free movies Saturday nights. The first movie was given Saturday, but a storm cut the show short. Texas Visitors Go Home— The Edw. Manteys left last Thursday for their home at Brandon, Tex. They visited relatives at Dell Rapids, S. D., and at points in Nebraska on the way. Former Teacher Visits Here— Mrs. Carl Korneisel, Britt, and four children visited at Dr. A. L. Spooner's last week Monday. Mrs. Korneisel was Barbara Breckwald, once teacher here. Other Lu Verne News. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Elon French recently. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marty welcomed their second son, Robert Lee.Mast week Monday. The L^ewis Petersons, of Mason City, have had a new son, Gordon Lewis, since last week Tuesday. Mrs. Peterson was formerly Lillian Ramus. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Davia and Vera, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Davis, Barnum, the Jerry Bradleys, Gilmore City, and Dr. J. J, Williams, Fort Dodge, and Evangeline helped Dr. T. L. Williams celebrate a birthday Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Engel stopped Friday on their way home to Cedar Rapids, after a trip that included visits at Minneapolis and Ortonville, Minn. Mrs. Arnold Sanders is taking a vacation from her duties as tele- ,, BUILDING A NATION'S FUTURE, G. Hagista and attend the They will be accompanied fair from switchboard. 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