!»AGE TWO Here's Stunt for Thrill Day at the Fair GOOD HOPE CHURCH PREPARING FOR END OF THE CHURCH VEAR WHITTEMORE LAD'S ARM BROKEN IN ATTEMPT TO CATCH PIGEONS Whittemore, Aug. 7 — Barrel Bowman was (brought home Thursday from Mercy hospital, Fort Dod.ee. where he was a patient for ;everal days a>fter having one arm >ut into a cast. He fell through a !iav chute at his grandfather's 'a:.-i a week ago Saturday while it nnd other boys were trying to »;,') pigeons. First report was h;it :'!-.• r.rr.i \vns broken above the \lbo. a-'<l the elbow dislocated, iut at Fon Dodge it was found hat the break was below the el- 'iow. 'Irs. Herman Meyer Feted— Relatives helped Mrs. Herman. Meyer celebrate a birthday Thurs- j lay evening: August Gade, Mr. ml Mrs. Herman Voigt, son Ray-: •ion. daughters Evelyn and Ele-' lora, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heiden-; with, Dorothy Sebers, son Ralph,' Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer, Mr. und Mrs. Alfred Bruhn, daughters Arlene and Phyllis. Ice cream and aake were served. j Kx-l,ocal Girl Will Wed— ! Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Barber, former Whittemore residents now at Bode, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of t their daughter lola to Robert, son ! of Mr. and Mrs. Cash, Clear Lake. : The wedding date is September 1 ;lola was graduated in the class of 1SI3G of the local high school and was a star on the school's .basketball team. Klttenbullcrs Defeat Farmers— I The local kittenballers played a .team of farmers Friday evening, and it was a tight game. The farmers had the lead in the first five innings, but later made many errors, in the end losing, to the town team, 9-6. Swanson and Spilles were battery for the town boys.. Bis: Yield of Oats— An 80 bushel an acre of oats is reported from the Louis Greinert farm, south of Whittemore. A total of 3360 bushels were threshed from a 17-acre field, with the oats weighing 33 pounds. This was a hybrid variety. Good Hope, Aug. 7 — The last quarterly .conference of the Good Hope church yenr Will be held this week Tuesday night at the Good Hope church under direction of Dist. Supt. Buthman. The year Is rapidly drawing to a close, there remaining but a fractional eight weeks. It would be a profitable thing for the local church, and an inspiration to those carrying the responsibilities of administration, if a special effort were made by members and friends to attend Sunday school and church services on the remaining Sundays. Fonr-H Gfrls Plan Program— Mrs. Ruth Hicks, home demonstration agent, and Mrs. D. C. Gardner, leader of the Union 4H girls. ~were at Glen Jenkinson's Saturday morning to give instruc- tions and make siiJrsestlons for a demonstration to be glren by the club's team, Hazel and Margaret Jenkinson, at a club athlevemeiit program at the Good Hope community room this week Friday evening and later al the county fair. In the afternoon the club met at Jenkinson's to practice a program, with Intermissions for games and a picnic lunch on the lawn. California Visitor Coming Home— "Jimmie," son of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Harvey, spent from Friday, July 28, to the following Wednesday with his young friend, "Billy" Fox, son of Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Fox, Algona. Shirley Ann, Harvey daughter, is expected home August 19 from several weeks with relatives in California. She will leave Los An^ele* August 9, stopping in route at Coind, M*,, for.it week- *ith two uncles, Mr, Hafttft brothers. ^ , ' ;" Ctmrcli Nominations Nude— *\v tTames Knoll, W. t. Dodds, Jacob Smith, A. J. Dittmer, and Glen Jenkinson, nominations committee of the Good Hope fihuroh, met at the parsonage Friday evening to name nominees Tor officers Arid committees In the 1939-10 chuitph year. Mrs. Donds and Mrs. Smith were also there. Other Good Hope. Fred Jones, Olympla, Wash., cousin of Mrs. Fred Plumb, stopped to see the Plumbs Thursday, en route to Deep Water, Mo., to visit other relatives. He lived at Algona 37 years 'ago with the David Mitchells and learned the carpenter's trade from Mr. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman, of Burt, were Good Hope parsonage callers Thursday evening. Lulu HNfertfc bit Min« Clifton, Mft, A!i6e AhdirioV! ''.'flhe ai*rt""^eWnsoh$ -fee to Ma- sort Guy thfs .week Tuesday I of a eheck-«fj arid examination for passes; tor the four children, SWEA-EAGLE Mrs. Emll Larson entertained the 'Baptist Sunday school officers and teachers last week Monday evening, 12 persona attending. After a business-session thfe Hev. R. P. Bronleewe, pastor, spoke. Mrs. Hollls Beadle Is doing housework at the Doyle Sanders home. Mr. and Mrs. John Kline, Car- Hsle, with the daughters Florence nnd Miriam,and the- son Dickie were .visitors from Wednesday till Friday at v Mr. Kline's sister Mrs. The correct nL,, f the bron 8 cd I " ° k , ° r i 'Wolo ' j Other IVhlttemore. ! Mr. and Mrs. Guy Strickle)', Boston, Mass., and Mrs. 0. C. Meier, Cedar Rapids, visited Mr. and Mrs. : George Meyer and Mrs. Louisa , Nissen Friday. Both visiting women are nieces of Mrs. Meyer and • granddaughters of Mrs. Nissen. ! Mr. and Mrs. Nick Looft, near i Armstrong, called on the Meyers I Friday, and Mrs. Nissen accompanied them home for a few weeks, Mrs. Looft being her daughter. ' j Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hanson, Al- j'gona, and their daughter Irene drove to Cedar Falls Wednesday, and were accompanied by Airs. Herman Voigt, Whittemore. All visited the William Schwankes there, and next day drove to Osage to see the Carl Voigts, returning the same day. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Behnke, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Behnke, and the Henry Behnke daughter Marilyn, .all of Chicago, spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behnke. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schumacher and Mrs. H. C. Aillaud drove to Fort Dodge last week Tuesday, and Mrs. Schumacher had her tonsils removed there. Mickey Doyle came home last week Tuesday. He has .been at Cherokee with the Booth & Olson road-grading gang. SPROUTS LEAVE LEDYARD, MOVE TO CEDAR FALLS ARMSTRONG NEWS Donna McCreary, Bradgate. is week ago Sund afternoon visiting several days with Mrs. 1 84 swimmers, /bathhouse ha Flynn Mitchell She is girls' has- been completed on the north side ketball coach here, and Mrs. : The pool is located across the Mitchell, the former Margaret street from the schoolhouse 01 - Twedt, Estherville, was a junior the od 1 tourist camp grounds Ledyard, Aug. 7— The Methodist' high teacher till this spring. I 'Mrs. Marion Chipman ' and Aid met in the church basement ' _ ^ a . v ? le Smith and , Be " y Jan , e ^ au ehter Joan, of Burt, and Mrs ,,,,,,., „ , i Gabriel spent a week and a hair Betty Gabriel, Mrs H M TvmUo,- Thursday, with Mrs. Charles Bash- 1 , wlth £riends and relatives , n <, and Ma rie, were helpers at MrT H ara as hostess, and some 60 per- ^ Marsha'lltown. They were expect- M. Griffin with threshers last week f l''!''HI!lllllllllllllll!llllllllllllllllll(j||||||||||||illHIIIIIIII!IH^ Kossuth County GREATEST OPENS SUNDAY, AUG. 20th | Entry Day, Saturday, August 19. Closes August 23 ... . ' — __ DAYS 11 - BIG HIPPODROME ACTS - irn?nAM Toir\ • i .. . .••••••- ^ . sons attended. Devotions were led ed home Saturday. Monday and Tuesday. . . by the Rev. Carl Hammer. This' ^ Ir - and Mrs - George Haiiselman Sadie and Clara Schmidt, em- mpptine wis in »bp intin-p of a son al ' Lu Verne - s P e 'H twOjPloyed in Armstrong, assisted their ajeetinfc was in the natme of a days at , he h(jme Qf o]d friend rao ther, Mrs. Henry Schmidt with mrewell for Mrs. 0. C. Sprout and the H. M. Irmiters, recently. They threshers recently. her daughters Kathryn and Ruth, and Willard Irmiter also visited' Leona Reich, Estherville visited .ind a handkerchief shower was 'one afternoon at Arnolds Park, a few days last week with her ^iven for each of them. Mrs.,' where Earl Hanselman attended a friend, Alice Camden. Sprout was remembered by the fraternity party at Ames. I Mrs. Addie Carson of Union and Aid an<l friends, and the girls by The Rev. Frank Miller, Harvey,' daughter Ivadel, Chicago 111 ' are :heir Sunday school classes. The , N. D., and his mother, Mrs. Mary | visiting several weeks with friends Sprouts have now moved to Cedar MlHer, and daughter Elizabeth, of and relatives here. /alls, where Kathryn will enter Warren, Minn., visited last week'- Mrs. Arnold LeMaire returned to :he State Teachers college. M#\ Tuesday at Henry Schmidt's. Mrs. her home in Blue Earth Wednes- iprout is a salesman, and the fara- Miller and Mrs. Schmidt are sis- day evening after a four-day visit ,ly is now closer to his territory. ters. / with her parents. Afr and AT,. O __ 'PVt ,•* * .«-» — * ______ ____ «. « . ri ___ i TV • *»im i»ii a, JORDAN TRIO in a skating novelty act. Will show on Sunday, August 20 only. Both afternoon and evening. TI £ ""1° J R ? U . P ?- A Ch-.e wire b.l. nc - __ Howard Dyer at Hospital — Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson •ailed 011 Howard Dyer Wednesday afternoon at a Blue Earth hos- .lital. He is recovering from vounds suffered last .week Sun- ay in jaloppy races at Blue Earth. )eep cuts on his face and under lis right arm occurred in an acci- lent. Mrs. W, E. Flynn and Mrs. I. M. Dyer called on him last week londay. • i '• *t-« «ci yalcl The Armstrong swimming pool Carl Halvorson. is completed and was opened a 1 Mrs. Arthur Goche and Bernice I Sandt, Bancroft, visited Thursday afternoon at Lawrence Smidt's. I Jimmy Schemmen, of Bancroft spent last week with Donald Sandt, and Donna Jean Sandt is 1 visiting this week with her RICH POINT >'arm Implements- Firm t'luinge— D. A. Link, who owns and operates a feed mill, recently purchased the John Deere line of machinery, the building, and other equip- nent from John Jansson, Thomp;on, and will continue the business ander the name Thompson Imple- nent Co. Mr. Jansson works for .he new firm as service man. j'onner I'astor -Makes Calls— The Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gardner moM were Sunday guests at Hugh Ran- ™° ' Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kelley have returned from five weeks at Blairsburg and Vinton. They visited thje son John and the William Curtis family. Mrs. Kelley and Mr. Curtis are brother and sister. Mrs. Lyle Raney accompanied her brother, Gerald Steussy, to Fail-field Friday to join their mother, Mrs. Freda Steussy, at Ted Pech's and bring her back to Algona. Merrill Devine, Corwith, spent a few days last week with his aunt, Mrs. Frank C'apesius. Bernice Devine visited at hei 11 f\ , . ^*"*- € *is w Hippodrome, all four days, both afternoon and evening. = .|-S LITTLE JOHN'S DUO-Presenting two big act. of juggling and rolling of jeweled globes Here Sunday and Monday afternoons and evenings only. • ROSS BROTHERS-Ahand - balancing attrac- turn. Here all four days for all eight performances. FOUR BENTOS-Pressnting two big act. of acrobatics. Here all four day, for all all eight performances. *"* THREE NIGHT HAWK^Singers and musici ans. Here on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednes day afternoons and eve- nings only. MEL-O-DY - Comedian extraordinary. Y o u Must see him. Here only, on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon, and evenings. COSTICA FLORESQUE-A high act, balancing on the top of a slender ole .winging in the wind. Here all four days for all eight performances. DUNCAN'S COLLIES-A dog act which ha, just recently returned from three years performing in Euroue. Sure to please the old and young. Here all four day. at all eight perform- ikn«»A» SHOW. THE MOST Tiie «ev. and Mrs. H. K Harvey, almt Mys H j skilling's last week larion, son Elwood, and daughter! Buena Rflnpv .„ *!» '" t •week. has — - ... her Honey's, West Union. SENECA Nelle, called on friends here •"riday and were dinner guests at J. B. Mayer's. Mi 1 . Harvey was Methodist minister here 12 years ago. I Former 'Ledyariler Has Operation-' Mrs. Lawrence Brand, of Blue', 3arth, was operated on at a Blue' Charles Jacobsen served ice Earth hospital last week Tuesday [ cream and cake to his threshing for appendicitis. The Brands for- .run and the families Wednesday evening. Helen Cody had her tonsils removed at Doctor iKirkegard's of- 'S- Margaret Langi, Wes- FAIR. YOU MUST COME aierly lived here. Other Ledyard News. Mrs. E. E. Broadwell, Mrs. Vmelia Wining, Leota and Arline ".Viuiiig, all of MuHard, with a Mrs. ioethtr and Minnie Wening, Dener, spent last week Monday at O. '. Sprout's, and Leota Wening re- .nained for this week there. Mrs. Edward Knoner and her ons John and Don were at Mason 'ity Wednesday to consult an eye, -•ar, nose, and throat specialist. The Clifton Engelbys, of Forest 'ity, were here on a business mis- •ion Friday and called at D. B. .layer's and Olaf Eiigellby's. PORTLAND flee at Riugsted Wednesday. Myrna Nielsen and Calvin Jensen were recently sick with intestinal flu. Mrs. Curtis Olsen and her daughter Leann got home Tuesday evening, after a few days with the former's sister, Mrs. Ray Goering, near Jackson, Minn. The Milford Christians, of near Ringsted, spent Wednesday evening at Albert Cody's. Dale and Gordon Olsen, Armstrong, spent last week Monday at Marinus Nielsen's. COMPARE $225 PAINTS Races, Wednes Approved International Motor ^»« The Portland Peppy Pals 4-H lub has picked this week Friday t F. A. Kiugsdoiif's for Achieve lent day. Viola Trenary was Port md's health girl in. a county con -•st Wednesday at Algona. A miscellaneous shower was giv- i at Mrs. Wyott Sum's Friday foi 'rs. Wilfred Woltz, formerly Iva 'arie Brayton, and more than 60 omen and girls attended. Music as furnished by Elsie and Velma . AriBen. Tie guests wrote recipes or the bride-elect, who also revived many gifts; . Corn-Shellers Have Battle With Bees Irvington, Aug. 7—A group of men lost their dignity Friday when they had to fight bumblebees. They .ran into a nest while shelling corn at David Gerber's. Many of the men received four or five stings, but none felt serious aftereffects. Tour in West Planned. , Livermore, Aug. 8—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard here and Mr. and tfrs. Clarence Morrall, of Algona, ire planning a month's tour to the Yellowstone park and other western points. GRADE "A" BARN PAINT Our Regular Price $1.66 Per gallon in 6-gallon lots, Sale Price Single Gallon .".. $1.49 • Brilliant Red Shade ^ • High Gloss Finish f ~ " • Greater Hiding Power ^' GAMBLE STORES features Medal Shows on th^ MANY EXHIBITS of See whatyourfrfend. exhibit.
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