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PAGE FOUR LEDYARD FIRM GIVES ANNUAL LUNGH&SHOW (Hold from last week.) Lcdyard, Mar. 2 — Boudryo & Carpenter had their annual Mc- Corraick-Dcering day Saturday. At 11 a. m. a display of power and horsedrawn machinery was made on main street, and at noon a free lunch was served. There was a heavy attendance. At 1 p. m. KOSStTTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA '"pHB CORRESPONDENCE on this page was set for last week's Advance, but was -loadxetm tr0 Xq ino popAvo.io ed volume of advertising. Date references have not been changed, and readers will make allowances accordingly. . . program was given in the school auditorium. A movie shovvel the progress which has been made in methods of farming and in machinery. Earl Hunt and his McCor- Former Armstrong Youth in Estherville Double Wedding Grant (Held from last week.) A farewell party was given in honor of Maxine Dorsey at the Grant consolidated schoolhouse Monday evening by her class- (IFeld from last week.) Armstrong, March 2 — Gladys Seelinger, of Estherville, and Joseph Erpelding, formerly Armstrong but now of Estherville, were married last week Tuesday .at 8:30 a, m. In St. Patrick's Catholic church in Estherville by the Rev. L. J. Savage In a double ceremony, Anna Skow and Clinton Swale, both of Estherville, being the other couple. The wedding march from Lohengrin was played by Bertha Gaarde, and Loretta Swale sang Ave Ma- - „,„, , , mick-Deering Revelers, gave a mntes ' antl she Was Presented with concert, and there was a display of a nianicure set from the class and new horse equipment. Following a necklace from the program, prizes were .awarded girls and boys. the basketball to Mrs. Glenn Behse, 9x12 congoi- Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mino spent eum rug; Mrs. Moss, Rake, can- Sunday at Mable Mine's. Mr and nor; Mrs. Asa Warner, knife Mrs. John Patterson were at their sharpener; Ray Johnson, sickle son Ernest's at Swea CItv grinder; William Knoner, C-lb. > Fans from Grant Consolidated runnel of axle grease; Albert attended a boys' basketball sec- W ,!:fr': " 1 . i . f _ e . sh ?7 pe " er - °t h . 61 ' y? nal at Buffalo Center last week. afternoon here. Gelhaiises 14 Years Wed The locals won Wednesday night, but lost TiT'the second round to Ledyard Friday night. The Roy Minos were guests of J. rio. The two brides wore navy blue silk crepe dresses and car- school and in Sunday school class. Earl Mixell was a guest at a farewell party by members of the Legion Friday evening at the Legion hall in Armstrong. A. pork supper was served, and cards were brod's sister, Mrs. Arthur Rave, Rlngsted, Ralph Weisbrod drove to Waterloo Sunday to attend a John Deeie tractor school till Friday. He will be employed by Frank Fiaiiv, Lone Rock. Mrs. Fred Dau visited at the Hugo Berlnghaus homo last week. The Beringlmus two-weeks-old son has been named Edward John. Mrs. George Bolte and Mrs. Otto Borchardt will entertain the Lu- played during the evening. Mrs. | theran Aid this week Wednesday John Mixell and Mrs. Earl Mixell were guests at a farewell party Thursday afternoon at the Methodist church basement. This was given by the members of the Aid and games were played during the afternoon, and a lunch was serv- roses. served at Charles Seelinger's house, and a wedding breakfast was served at Clinton Swale's Mrs. Erpelding is a graduate of Maple Hill high school and the Marian Harlan Beauty school in Milwaukee, WIs., and for the past few years has been operating the Blue Gingham Beauty shop in Estherville. Bancroft | Mr. Erpelding formerly lived on rn. *f .«.*.»-f,i .niiuww »y\;it; A UUH Lo Twenty-five relatives gathered Mrs. Mlno'/s sister, Mrs. L j Monday evening to Help Mr. and Arndt, at Guckeen, Minn., Sunday.' Mrs. Chris Gelhaus celebrate their Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Klenltz La±' T^L™"'™;?^: Attend-jkota. were at Edwin Allen's ing: the Charles Hilferrys, Ralph Johnsons, the L. D Mi Mrs. Ella Gcihaus, daughter Lu-,mer's etta, tho Paul Gelhaus family, Mr. j the! Mr. and Mrs. Curtis~~Skaggs are weeks with for and Mr. Krammersmeier. Auto Collides M'ith Horse- Glenn Johnson smashed mother, Mrs. Elizabeth ..„ , Sherburn, Minn. daugliterj The Alfred Zielskes were vlsi- Mi-5. Alfred tors Sunday at the paternal Richard Zielske's, Ledyard. Mrs. Herman Tesch, Guckeen, the front end of his car one day last week, when he ran into a 'horse which unexpectedly came onto the road at the Alvin Busch farm. Leg Bruised by Tree- Otfo uuo 11 -, * had an accident | Minn., formerly Eva Arndit, Grant, who has been in a Minneapolis hospital, js much improved. There are only a few farm changes in Grant this year. The William Dorseys have gone to Seneca, and Wilbur Briggs is now on the place the Dorseys vacated, Mr. Briggs bavin, " a farm near Armstrong but last year moved to a farm southwest of Estherville, where the couple will reside. Farewell Paries a rc Given— Ninety friends of Mr. and Mrs John Mixell and the Earl Mixell family gathered for a farewell party at John Mixell's Monday evening. The Mixells were given a lovely linen tablecloths and two ed. Mrs. John Mixell was presented with a picture of the Methodist and j church and Mrs. Earl Mixell re- [celved a guest towel. The Mixells have lived here for ten years and are very well known. Relatives of the Mixells who visited them here during the week are: Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Crabbe and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heffelfinger, of Jamaica, both women are sisters of Mrs. John Mixell; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rickettes, of Britt; Mr. and Mrs. George Light, of Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Neill, of Olivia, Minn.; and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Elwood, Spirit Lake. Other Armstrong News. Gertrude and Josephine Blum, their mother, Mrs. Bridget Blum, ind Betty Camden, all of Minneapolis, Minn., spent the week-end lere with friends and relatives. Letha Cronk returned last week from Los Angeles, where she had in the church basement. Mrs. F. H. Bohn and daughter Mary Ann visitefl Mrs. Bonn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Goeders, near Cylinder, Saturday. F. C. Bailey, Marshall, Minn., and son James visited relatives here and at Whittemore Friday and Saturday. Mrs. J. B. Hanson has returned from a month with relatives In Nebraska, South Dakota, and Minnesota. Mrs. John Newel entertained the missionary study club Friday even- Ing. Mrs. Lester Weisbrod led the lesson. Edw. Prlebe, H, C. Lindsey, and Hildreth Pettit attended an Allis- Chalmers tractor school at Algona Friday. The William Ax family, Klemme, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ax's sister, Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod. Eldon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown, was critically sick with the flu last week. The A. R. Willretts were Sunday dinner guests at John Wibbcn's, near Lakota. and Thursday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ftischeh, and Mrs. Mae Butler, her sister, went to Mason City with hor for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Geelan, Ruthven, and Arthur Qonnors, of Fort Dodge, were Sunday visitors at J. B. Geelan's. The Lou Grelnens, West Bend, were dinner guests at the Louis Braatsi home. Mr. and Mrs. Al Montag and Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Montag, West Bend, with Mr. and Mra. Hugh Duffy and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy were at Denlson Sunday. Mrs. Josle Goff has returned to her duties at Frank Bcstfateh- ner's, after two weeks with relatives at Ruthven. Mrs. Peter Gengler, Le Mars, came Sunday io attend the Gengler-Thilges wedding and rervained for the week. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bcli have moved from the Frank Splllos farm, east of Whittemore, to a house in town. Mrs. Wayne Moore, Mason City, is spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis i Braatz. | Mrs. G, W. Bay, Dodge Center, Minn., has gone home, after a visit at Ernest Weisbrod's. of said Court; and at 10 o'clock a. m., of tho day above tnentloned all persons Interested are hereby not!* fled and required to appear, and show cause If any they have, why said Instrument should not bo probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. , Dated at Algona, Iowa, February 19, 1938. (Seal) KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Llnnan, JO, Attorneys. 23-25 • Bank er s III " p rompt Bld * -,_ , a in " — " - MI t> <•'»*>£>» »T 11C1 U OlltJ sets of pillow cases. The evening been visiting several months »=. ™«* ,,i ..... after | Mrs L F Heinrich left Friday for Pittsburgh, Pa., to visit her daughter, Mrs. Hodson. The Henry Schmidts attended the funeral of Mrs. Carney at Emmetsburg one day last week. Ardella Halvorson, of Fairmont, spent the week-end at the parental Carl Halvorson's. which lunch was served. The Mixells, with Clinton Mardick and Merle Hansen, left Saturday morning and the Mixells will make their home on a farm near Albany, Ore. Lavon, Sarah, Jane, and Marjorie Mixell were 'ill given presents by their class in St. Joe [Held from Last Week.] The Peter Schmits drove to ly bruised. Mother of Barber Dies- Ray Higley, harbor here called to h Lotts Creek I his mother. OtJier Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pir~,i" Blue Earth, Mr. and Mrs. John Wibbon, Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Er- (Held from last week.) KTortIr 1 ?*' Tit T ka ' ftnd Walter Mrs - Hu S° Faulstich, and Mrs KIOCKO were entertained Sunday I Edw. Lieb, Mrs. Herbert Potrat? ?o°n e cT4ro- °h- t H e , Pred Swartz a " d Mrs - Robert Drejer attend son Clarences birthdav. a recent shower at Whittcmor Granada, Minn., Berhows are now on the farm the Porters vacated. Adolph Bei-how has moved to a farm he bought In Springfield township, and the Arthur Brandts, Armstrong, have moved to the place Adolp'h vacated. N. E. Kossuth Girl and Fairmont Youth Wedded birthday. Mr. and Mrs. ir. Grnnner, with the son Dan-ell, spent Sunday at tho Kitlcy home at Hardv Mr and Mrs. H. T). Mayno and the son Wallace drove to A.im tn visit a Mrs. Mayne's parents, Mrs. Gus Neuonfeld't. Helen Button began work Mon- at nnd at tli- TpiUsel, cafe. . Moulton, \vhc had been employed there, has Leon having I ho flu ana is taking c few weeks' vacatioi. J. McDonald drove to Carroll Saturday and brought Mary Ellen McDonald homo for Sunday, her birthday. She is taking training there. The Ben Gesche.s, Elmoiv, were at J. T. Welfare's Sunday. Mrs. Le Roy Anderson, Radcliffe, and her son Fred visited the L. W. Wie- nurses' mers. Mr. and liam Wen/iel's.' I'anrie Zejde-. of Sunday a* Wil • Eva Maude Wonzel. Phyllis Togerson She was formerly and Harold Herzog drove to Mason City Sunday to visit Miss Togerson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Albright recently married, have moved into the Wiese house in {own Mr. and Mrs. Mervin' Junker- moier entertained 20 friends at 500 Friday evening. Mrs. H. D. ' Jumes were at for Leona Dreyer, who will be come the bride of Alfred Meyer, o Whittemore. this week Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach' wen to Fort Dodge Saturday to call 01 August Zumach, patient at a hos pital. The young people will meet a the Lutheran school basemen Friday evening. Lucille Kueck or, Victor Faulstich, and Alvin Ruhnke are the entertainmon committee. Noah Reisne.r suffered a painCu accident Saturday. While he wa< sawing wood a stick of wood was thrown against one of his ankles with such force that he had to see a doctor. He will be laid up for some time. Arnold Meyer accompanied his father, William Meyer, Fenton, to Rochester Saturday. The latter entered the Mayo clinic. Mrs. Art Kressin and Lorina Meyer also entered the clinic. A baseball meeting was held Friday night, and Nick Gengler was again chosen as manager. Ottosen Team Loses. Ottosen, Mar. 2— The local Joys' basketball quint was defeated in a sectional final at Gilmore "ity Saturday evening by Barnum, 0-38. Ottosen had defeated Moor- and, 44-38 in the first round and mont Friday. Rutland, 38-35, in the semi-finals. (Held from last week.) •Swea-Eagle Twps., Mar. 2—Hazel daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. McGregor, and Charles, son of Mrs. Etta McElure, Fairmont, were married last week Wednesday at the Methodist parsonage Fairmont, by the Rev. C. H. Miller. Helen McEIwee, sister of the bridegroom, and Clifford McGregor, brother of the bride, were attendants. daughter Sylvia, Lawrence Helmick, Armstrong, and Opal Colwin, Sherburn, Minn. Wedding Anniversary Observed— Mr. and Mrs. Bert Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gibson attended a card party at Charles Denison's, Armstrong, Saturday evening. The occasion was the Denison 37th wedding anniversary. There were other guests. Ledyard Sunday to get acquainted with two new nieces of Mrs. Schmit. There was a free movie at the St. Joe hall Tuesday evening. It concerned missionary work in China and was brought here by Father Ives, missionary priest of this diocese. Mrs. George Becker, who has been seriously sick two weeks, is slowly improving. She was taken to the Kossuth hospital gunday for rest. Rita Becker, who was also sick, is up and about the *»Banker Off for Vacation. Wesley, Mar. 2—Guy M. Butts, veteran banker here, left Saturday by auto for six weeks in Missouri, Texas, and Florida. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILI, No. 4360. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, sa. In District Court, January term, 1938. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Ella I. Lewis, deceased, dated thOi,, 15th day of November, 1933, having been this day filed, opened, and read, Tuesday, the 22nd day of March, 1938, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk Repair Repaint Rebuild Spring will soon be here. We believe that i time to put your home or your farm builrir der. Our large stock of building materials your needs. SEE US TODAY F. S. Norton & Phone 229 l m ALGONA Whittemore The bride wore a peach crepe Ir ° IMO Fro '» Florida Trip— * gown, with brown accessories, and Mr. and Mrs. William Thomp- carried white roses and pink car- son Sot home last week Thursday nations. The bridesmaid wore rose with black accessories. The bride has lived in this community since birth. After finish- from a ten-day trip to Florida and back. Their sons Gorden and Wayne stayed at Harry Linde's. Vernon Pchrson looked after the ing the country grades she at- farm chores, tended the Armstrong high school and was graduated in 1933. Since then had helped her mother with housework. She was an active 4- H club member, and for the past year or so had been assistant clubJGrlner Is' a"mechanic 3 aaei ' 'garage, Swea City. Other Swcn-Eagle. The Frank Griners, Swea Ciy, have moved into the tenant house on the William Evans farm. Mr. [Hold from Last Week 1 Mr. and Mrs. Herman Volsjt entertained Monday evening at cards, and among guests were Mr and Mrs. Henry Wichtendahl and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Bjerstedt, Rodman, son Richard; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Baas, daughter Lloa, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voigt son James, Erwin and Enhor' school in 1931, and for the last Western Union college, Le'Mar and Jir. and Mrs. William Lauck. Mrs. Milliam Lauck and Mr Siems won high, and Mr. Baas and Mrs. Bierstedt were low. Mrs. Wichtendahl won travel. C. C. Baas and his son Lester attended a Hampshire hoi* sale at the Ford Ames Tuesday. Herman Zumach was called to at the tne bedside of his brother August Theo. Platt. The couple will now ive on an SO acre farm which the iride's father owns. After the ceremony a reception linner was .served at the home of he bride's parents, and among the quests were Mrs. Etta McEIwee, 'airmont, her other SSS X ta ifSS' children,! farm sale Henry Schule The Arthur Brandts family ai moving to a farm in Grant town ship; the Daniel Couns to a plac near Ringsted. George Doocy has gone to Made Ha, Minn., to help his sister, Mrs John Baker, with a closing ou FENTON NEWS Titonka Beats Thompson But Loses to Swea City falo Center las is visiting in (Held from last wi-k.) Mr. and Mrs. Dcrwood Eiglcr became parents of a 7'4-lb. son J °l\n R °bert, Saturday at the home and the home with the visitors? Algona, and their daughter Fern were Sunday visitors at Frank Baileys, and Donna Jean Bailey . first child, also the first grandson for the Huskamps. t week-end Titonka Visits Mother— — defeated Thompson, 32-16, and lo- Dr. R. C. Ball got home Monday cal high scorer was Russell : morning from a visit since Friday French, who made 12 points. Fri-j^ Monroe, WIs., with his mother, UttV fiVPTl in f til a Ti f-, -.«!..« i _____ A/Tvc TrtTi« " Ttr. 11 __ j ___ _ -, i -. _* Mrs. John Ball, and an old friend, Walter Whitcomb, who has been bedfast a long time with heart disease. day evening the Titonka boys wore unfortunate losing to Swea City, 20-23. !„ that game Eddie Rippentrnp was local high scorer with nine points. Other members' of the team are Junior Hansen, Walter Callies^ and Earl Doege. i Allies 85 Years >Vfd— i „. *• | - --" b**_i.i* *> Jit CJ Ul sixty-five relatives and friends modern house which he will unattended the silver wedding Friday CU I'.V- He is a contractor who mov- evenmg of Mr. .and Mrs. George eli "ere last fall from Woden Alke. Out-of-town relatives were v T, , Mr. and Mrs. Kdw. Assink Mr i '"' rr °d"ce Station Opens— and Mrs. Ben Assink, Mr. and Mrs' i Tho aabl e Produce building has Henry Assink, Mrs. Gertrude " rPIlte(1 f °r a produce station Feerkism, Mr. and Mrs. Geor-e' by a Mr - ~ Plans New Home— Henry Huslnga has purchased I wo lots north of the Methodist church and on them will erect a oc- - ^,... ttli of Alden, who Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Feerk- lOI1ened for business Saturday. He ism, all of Kanawha, and Mr and . nns llamed the place Titonka Pro- Mrs. Henry Redentus, Britt. |duce. Twelve to E. L. Rally- Other Titonka TVcws. The Rev. W. L. Patterson, Doro- | Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schutier thy and Alice Budlong, Marjorie entertained Messrs, and Mesdame's Peterson, Feme Oesterreicher, j George Peterson, Ray Miller El- Harriet and Herbert Schram, p a - mer Peterson, Frank Rakow"'Ray tricia Ball, Merle Miller, Lora Schut.ier, and Ernest Peterson Jean Smith, Forrest Hansen, and, also Mr. and Mrs. John Rippen- Robert Reynolds attended a Meth-, trap, Thompson, at a 500 party odist Epworth League rally at Lu, Saturday evening. Mrs. Peterson Verne Sunday evening. The Ti-;won high for women; Mr. Schut- tonka League had charge of devo- i el ', for men. tional services. Helen Beed drove to Ames for last week-end with a friend, and Misses Brooks and Chittlck, local Fonr-TI Girls in Program— born Sunday. Mrs. Charlshn ,0 the former Gladys Thompson daughter of the late C. M. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Besch were called to Whittemore Saturday evening by word of the illness of Mrs. Besch's mother, Mrs. Harvey Higley, who died Sunday morning August Zumach, Rolfe, former Fenton resident, was taken last week to a Fort Dodge hospital for treatment. He is suffering from a blood disease. Arthur Bamsey was taken by surprise Sunday evening, when relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mrs. Bamsey's parents Mr. and Mrs. Julius Gremmels, where the evening was spent at cards. Maynard Burwash, student at Ames, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Burwash. Emil Dreyer, Charles City, who had visited relatives here several weeks, went to Algona Thursday to visit other relatives. Don Weisbrod drove to Ilumboldt Saturday morning to meet and bring up his sister Florence, also Edith Laage, teachers at Des Moines who spent the week-end with their respective parents here. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berghofer entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. The W. P. Weisbrods, Mrs. Ber- ^l^erkeland, and Frances Juhl metsburg last week Thursday The lesson was given by Selma Eck- |iuist, Ames, and was on first-year home efficiency. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoebor Raymond Stoeber, and Lylo Bussett were entertained at supper at 0. H. Stoeber's last week Thursday evening in honor of tha sixth birthday anniversary of "Billie" Stoeber. Uibbons, and Kluss, Mrs. the latter's children visited the E. A Weis- brods last week Wednesday evening. They came to see Mis. Weis- biod's sister, Mrs. Joe Bey, Dodge Mrs. Alvin Zumach spent th week-end with her parents, Mr and Mrs. J. J. Theesfield, nea Armstrong. Mrs. Ernest Christian sen and her daughter Colleen were also guests there. at Rolfe last week Thursday. Aur- ust was taken to the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge Friday Mrs. John Waldron went' to Armstrong last week Tuesday for the day with her father, Tom Miller, and at her brother Tom Jr's Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spilles and their son have moved from New Hampton to the Spilles farm a mile east of Whittemore. They left here 21 years ago and have been :arming near New Hampton. Mrs Prank Burke came with the Spilles family and will remain for several weeks. Mrs. Peter Fuschen and Mrs. -onrad Alig went to Ottosen last veek to help the Anthony Wieners get settled in a new farm wme. The Wichters, who former- y lived near Pioneer, bought this arm last fall. Mrs. Wlchtor was \gnes Dahlhauser and is a daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. P. J Dahl- auser. ^am Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fandel of 3urt, were Sunday visitors at M v. Panders and with Emnetsburg elatives. Guests at Herbert Xn- iachs were the W. C. Daus Alona; Emil Dreyer, Charles 'city ne . V ank Jergensons, West Bend; " d Mr - and Mrs. Hugo Meyer. Mrs. William McCauley, Mason "ty, spent last week Wednesday i-CHALMERS DIVISION—MILWAUKEE. U. S. A. ** SYSTEM Off, fULIS-CHfUMEF} i^VlViA .L JL . S. A NO S E R-V.'i.<Vp--.W A «-' —• — -*«*w LVI^VA '-JX*tLl.HJlV| lUUtLl monthly 4-H meeting was held teachers, accompanied her that Saturday at Patricia Ball's, 13 far, then went on to Des Moines Crii'lc «r\i-1 ttis\1*t 1^nrl A « n 11T__ TT I 1, -. •««•: -w-i . .. _ w l girls and their leaders, Mrs. Har old Miller and Mrs. Ray Miller in attendance. Rosemary Bacoi: gave a talk on picture hanging Mrs. Ray Miller discussed color and Ola Mae Miller spoke on conservation. Baby la Great-Grandson— Mr. and Mrs. Howard Andrews have received word that Mr. and Mrs. Merle Austin, Ogden, Utah, are parents of a boy and have named him Rex. This event made Mrs. J. D. Andrews, of the Doan where Miss Brooks visited her father, a patient in the Iowa Methodist hospital. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ricklefs visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schweppe at Fenton. WHICH FOUR TOWNSHIPS IN Kossuth county are longer than others? Which four townships are shorter? Get your new 1937 plat book at the Advance office. It shows. Only $3 plus tax. Cash with mail orders. otf Berghofer's mother, Mrs. Henry Berghofer Sr., and Wilma Berghofer, Hampton. The Edgar Baumans, Ringsted, and the Edw Lauks, Rock Rapids, were last week Wednesday evening guests of the local Berghofers. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Wrede, Fort Dodge, spent Sunday with Mrs. Wrede's parents, Mr. and Mrs G R. Krause. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Holldorf, the twin daughters, June and Jean, and W. M. Holldorf, all of Ceylon, Minn., were entertained at dinner Sunday at Robert Kyhl's. The Clifford Meyers family, of Corwlth, and Mrs. William Krause, Lone Rock, spent Monday at R. L. Padgett's Mrs. Krause, who spent a year with her children will move back to her home at Lone Rock, vacated by the Frank Plalgs. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Neuman, of Mrs. W. H. Wolfe entertained the Legion Auxiliary Friday, nine attending. Mrs. Myrtle Baago gave a paper on Americanism, and Mrs George Boettcher read the history of the U. S. flag. Gladys Sleicher and Bernice Brown, teachers, have rented an apartment at Lester Weisbrod's They had an apartment at the Ohm home, which was burned down las week Monday. Sally Beukema, who had spen several weeks at Carl Beck's, went to Emmetsburg Saturday to help her parents move to Kanawha The Beukemas formerly lived ai Fairville. Mrs. Elsie Dreyer, daughters Lorena and Dorothy, and Mrs Anna Mayer drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to visit August Zumach, patient In a hospital there. Edw. Priebe, daughter Lavaun, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Priebe attended a birthday party for the men's father, Ernest Prlebe, Lone Rock, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Tatum spent :he week-end at Nora Springs and Waterloo with relatives. Anna Finn accompanied them to Geneva to Visit her parents. 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