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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 1,1934 VARD-SEEFELD WEDDING RITES HELD AT WESLEY Bridal Dinner Followed the Ceremony; to Live on Wesley Farm Wesley: A simple but attractive wed- «dttK took place Saturday at htah noon ** tne German Christian parsonage northeast of town when Miss Frances "Ward. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ward, became the bride of Leand«r Sbefeld, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Seefeld with the Bey. D. V. Meyer officiating at the ceremony. They were attended by Miss Esther Cron and Nam•en Seefeld. The bride wore a pretty light blue silk crepe (town with hat nnd Kiove in harmonizing colors. Both the bridegroom and best man were attired in dark suits. Following the ceremony the bridal couple and attendants together with members of the two immediate families were guests at an el- nborafa 1 rtlnnpr s p rved ft th» home of the bride's parents. The dinner table was prettily decorated in yellow daffodils with the bride's cake used as the centerpiece. Mrs. Seefeld Is a graduate of the Wesley high school since which time she attended a year of summer school at the Iowa' Teachers' College, followed by State eight years of teaching rural schools at the Doan school, and in both Orthel and Blnglram townships. Mr. Seefeld since his school days has been assisting his father in managing a large farm and is ready to manage one of his own -which will be the one being vacated by the Clarence Seefeld family northwest of town. The couple left the same day for a wedding trip to Minneapolis where they will visit friends this week. Their many frends loin In with a hearty congratulation for their success in their years of married life. Mr. and Mrs. George Qtoetz were Sunday guests at the home of her -Barents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rlcke. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society will be entertained Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Raymond "Hanson. Miss Helen Punnemark, home economics instructor in the Rake consolidated school, spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf "Funnemark. Mrs. Mary Goets and Dorothy, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ooetz and the .Anthony Johnson family were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Ooetz. Mr. and. Mrs. Walter Ward and fam. lly moved their household goods and farm implements and stock to the farm near Corwith formerly occupied bv the Bruce Peck family. James cooney. who for the past several years, has been employed in the ciep.mery ; v t /luona, suVv.lttca to an •operation for the relief of hernia at the Kossuth hospital one day last week. The Rev. R. E. Berntsen family of Britt were entertained at a six o'clock dinner Friday night at the Fundfemark home. Quests Sunday at the Funnemark home were the Ole Flom family. Henry Pannkuk, eight year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Pannkuk was .taken to the hoepltal iA Alttona Thurs•day where he submitted'to an operation Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Studer and family are moving their housheold Roods and farm equipment to the farm, bens avacted by the Mrs. Gansvald family who are moving this week to a farm near Hayfield. The iCoingregattanal church BMe study will be held next Tuesday afternoon at the home of Ole Flom. This is the last of a series of prayer meetings which have been held from time to time since the New Tear. Rev. R. E. Berntsen left Monday noon for Minneapolis where he will spend a week or longer attending a Bible conference. Mr. ana Mrs. Marion Paulson will take charge of his services and meetings held during his absence. Mr. and Mrs. George Hlrner and family are this week moving their farm goods to the Susie Gray farm vacated by the Lawrence Wlngert family who will occupy the farm vacated by the OrvlUe Hedrick family east pi Sexton. Friends ojf Henry Kunz are very sorry to learn that he has. been indisposed and unable to attend to his office duties at the Kunz Grain Company since last week Wednesday. Henry has been haying trouble with one of his eyes. Miss Audra Benton returned home Saturday from Swea City where she spent the past week visiting her friend. Miss Kathryn Cruise at the Fred Looft home. Mrs.. Looft and infant &on returned home Sunday from the hospital at Bancroft. The Herman Osl/ercamp family was called to Britt one day last week to his brother, John's home due to the critical illness of their daughter, Minnie, who for some time has been ill. However, her condition at ths time Is greatly improved. Mrs. F. A. Bonnstetter entertained Mrs. H. H. Flom, carpet rag chairman of the Amylcan Legion Auxiliary, and eight workers at a radio work program at her home Friday afternoon. The regular Auxiliary meeting night will be this week Thursday. The Elmer Johnson and Frank John, son and the Wallace Donovan families pleasantly surprised their sister. Mrs. Halvor Flom, Jr., Saturday night when they brought well-filled baskets which were enjoyed in celebration of her birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wclllk left on Saturday morning for Omaha to visit their son, Leo, who it .s reported r. •>•- in.tied i: an operation, Mr. Welliks father also submitted to an operation at one of the Mason City hsopitals a fortnight ago. His home is in Duncan. Fenton News Items for abdominal adhesions, .ling along nicely. Be is get- COMFORT Peerless gives the comfort of a coal fire, with. •out inconvenience. No need to break H up ... it comes in small sizes. No need to poke it ... it breaks up in the fire pot without po/Ung. It holds fire or perks up according to the way drafts are set. No running back and forth to baby the fire. There's comfort in burning FEEK- IC8S COAL. Sold Only by BOTSFORD The W. A. Fischer family moved their household goods from the Tom Nelson rental house to the Mrs. John Hlld- man residence which this week was vacated by the Mrs. Lucy Fox family who are moving onto the farm vacated by the C. C- Foster family who are moving to a farm near Mason City. Lou Rlcke drove to Festtna one day last week to get tils twin daughters, Carmen Ann and Constance Lou, who have since the death of their mother last November, been making their home with one of their maternal grandmothers. The twins and aunt plan to remain for a several weeks' visit here at the Henry Rick home. Mr. and Mrs. Emll Wester and Alan drove to Mason Cltv Sunday to visit their son, Karl and wife, who have been living in Mtwspn City since the flrst of Feb. Both the Westers and the Russel Weavers, who are employed by the extension department of the [owa State College were headquartered In Alttona before their removal to Mason, City. Mr. and Mrs. Emll Wester and Alan and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sherman en- 1oyed a four hundred mile business trip Thursday taking them cs far south as Des Moines. Mr. Sherman and Alan spent some few hours fctttadJntc the auto show while Mrs. Sherman and Mrs. Wester viewed the business district and Mr. Wester transacted business. Upon their return home thev stopped at Ames to visit the Westers' daughter. Leila nnd with her enjoyed their evening meal. The Wesley high school basketball boys team were successful in playing four games In the county tournament held Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the new high school gym in Algona. Wesley played excellent tournament games but Saturday night Ledyard forced them out when in the final earne at nine o'clock the scores totaled 35 to 23 in favor of Ledyard. Coach Wlllert and Superintendent Rowley are greatly appreciative of ihe home support gvlen each of the games. Mrs. Agatha Haverly, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hiivcrly and Mrs. Alf Studer left Monday afternoon for Milford from where thev received word Sunday announcing the death of Grandma Hav- crly's sister, Mrs. Matilda Long. 67. who passed away at her home Sunday morn- Ing. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning nine o'clock at. the St. Joseph's Catholic church In Milford. Other deaths occurred In families related to the Haverlvs the post week when a niece, Mrs. Marie Farrell, of Mrs. Haverly passed away from the flu at Le- Mars and was buried Monday. She left four orphan children. AnctHer niece of Mrs. Haverly, formerly the Miss Emma Spangler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Spangler, lost her husband, John Grasslln*. 45, with burial services being held Monday morning of tbls week at Acltley. O. A. Bonnstetter. county agent, was a business caller at the E. R. Schlel home last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Mueller of Clarion were visitors at the D. J. A. Mueller home last week Sunday. C. B. Hobbs of Spencer was a business visitor at the home of Dr. J. T. Walte this week Monday. Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer, Elsie Kohlwes and Paul Elgler were Sunday dinner guests at the H. J. Reeder home. Arthur Knecker. student at Ames agricultural college, spent the week end with iiis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuecker. E. O. Fauerby, Nels Anderson and A. H. Krause attended a ftmr-county American Legion meetnlg at West Bend last Thursday evening. Opal Meyer Is visiting at the home of her brother. Dr. S. W. Meyer since last week. Miss Meyer was employed at Tltonktt before coming here. H. E. Elmers accompanied Jesse Blanchard of Lone Rock to Des Moines this week Monday where they will attend a lumberman's convention. Mrs. W. J. Welsbrod returned home Saturday from a six week's visit with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burke at Houston, Texas. A, P. Peterson returned home Saturday from Des Moines where he socnt the past two weeks visiting his niece. Mrs. Minnie Stark and other relatives. Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson, teacher in district No. 9, resigned her position and Flroence Slomen of Algona Is substituting in her place until a teacher is hired. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Welsbrod entertained their bridge club last Thursday evening. W. V. Yager won high prize for men. Mrs. H. H. Wlddel played high score for the women. Dorothy Gerhard was hostess to the New peal bridge club last week Monday evening. Mrs. S. W. Meyer won travel prize. Mrs. George Jentz and Mathilda Kressin were club guests. The Fenton 4-H club met last Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Wll- bert HolWorf, Clara Gramenz acting as hostess. Plans were made to attend the 4-H tea at Algona Saturday afternoon A miscellaneous shower was given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lange, who were married last week, on Monday evening at the home of Mrs Lange's sister, Mrs. John Andreason at Rings ted. Mrs. Eugene Walker of Pasadena California, formerly Hilda Dreyer. a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Drey- r. arrived here recently for a few weeks' visit with her parents and oth- T relatives. Ralph Jentz. who is employed on he Wm. Jentz farm, received a tele- trram Sunday notifying him of his mo;her's death. He left Monday momlne 'or Wynemere, South Dakota, to at- £nd the funeral services. The Women's Foreign Missionary society will present a special program at their regular monthly meeting In the Methodist church this week Thursday afternoon. Members of the society will Hold a contest in story telling. Lyle Steinbeck had a narrow escape recently when a team of horses ran away with a load of hay. The team ran into the windmill tower, it fell and was demolished. Mr. Steinbeck had got off the load to remove his overcoat when It happened. Mrs. Ray Stoeber was hostess to her sewing club last week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Charles Welsbrod entertained the Hook and Needle club the same afternoon. Mrs. John Bolllng- er, Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger. Mrs. Jo<in Wallace and Rose Welsbrod were club guests. A miscellaneous shower was held on Saturday afternoon at the Methodist church in honor of Mrs. Clarence Avbo- gast, formerly Helen Huskamp. She received many beautiful <Tlft«. H«»t-- esses were Mesdames Wm. Huskamp, Herman Huskamp, E. A. Huskamp, Walter Wegener. Hans Baa<jo and Irvin Huskamp. Mrs. H. E. Relmers was hostess to a LAKOTA DECLAM WINNERS PICKED WEDNESDAY NIGHT Billy Powers, Betty Ley and Charles Peterson Win Division Contests Lakota: In the declamatory contest held at the school house last Wednesday evening, Billy Powers won first In the oratorical, Betty Ley In dramatic, and Charles Peterson In humorous, Betty Ley was flrst over all. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bnier wwe dinner (wests Sunday at the J. A. Meyer home. Hueh Lewis Is helolnst out at the C. A. Winter home durlnsr the Illness of Russel Winter. Prnnk Miller and the F. W. Thnves fnmily visited one evening last week at the Wade Bnll home. Mr. nnd Mrs. MicVmel Winter nn'l Tabe Loots were up rlom Mason Cltv to sv>cnd Sunday vrith their relatives. Mrs. Prank Lewis and Mrs. J. R. Heetland were miest.s nt the 4-H girls' club tea held at Algona last Saturday. The E. A. Wortman family and La- group of friends last Thursday even- V ern Llesveld v^ited a "hort ttoe on !„„ Ttlna Uon^.nrl «,„„ nlnnorl TVi^co VCm IjieSVClCl VlSllEd B SHOIT time Oil ing. Five hundred was played. Those j present -were Mesdamts Herman Krause, Herman Luedtke, August Meyers. Theodore Bleckwenn. August Zumach, Fred Jentz, Mary MHtag and A. J. Krause. Mrs. August Meyer held high score and Mrs. Mittag. the low. Committeeman E. R. Schlel, reports there are a total of 118 corn-hog con- trarts and three work sheets signed in Fenton township. The contracts were handed in at Algona last week Tuesday. This completed the work of the committeemen until the township election, to be held this week Monday afternoon at the center school house. As representatives of the Fenton 4-II club at the county-wide 4-H tea held at Algona Saturday afternoon were: Lorena and Ella Dreyer. Viola Mueller. Donna Jean Bailey, Alvlna and Ruth Dreyer and Clara Gramenz. The purpose of the tea was in honor of the H. D. A., Mrs. Paul Leaverton who has resigned her position at the Farm Bureau office. WED ON SATURDAY Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bleckwenn Are Charivaried by Friends Afterward Fenton: The marriage of Alma E. Pederson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Pederson and Emil C. Bleckwenn, son of Mrs. Theodore Bleckwenn, took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mitchell, Saturday afternoon at two o'clock. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. K. Qaard of Cylinder Thev were attended by Marie Pederson, sister of the bride and Dale Long The brtd* .wore 1 * dx*aa ot^bluo cUk. uut carried pink roses and white carna tlons. The bridesmaid was dressed m green silk. After the ceremony a two course dinner was served. The decor ations were gold and white. The bride was graduated from the Fenton high school, attended Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls and taught one term hi rural schoo near Fenton. The bridegroom also wa graduated from the local high school He attended the agricultural college a Ames for a period of two years. The guests included: Mrs. Theodore Bleckwenn and children. Elsie. Iren" 1 Paul and Kathryn; Mr. find Mrs. Ole Pederson and daughter. Mamie; Mr and Mrs. A, D. Bleckwenn and family Mrs. C. V. Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bleckwenn. the Rev. and Mrs. A. K. Oaard of Cylinder; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Oleson and family of Haifa; Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell and family, Mr. and Mrs. M. Mitchell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mitchell, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Mickllck of Lohrville: Mamie Berkland, Alice Dreyer, Marlys Jensen of Fort Dodge, Edna Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Flint. Mr. and Mrs. I. Torkelson and Avis, Dale Long, Clayton Dltsworth, Berger Johnson, Martin Tindcland and Rudv Chrlstensen. A large crowd gathered at the Mitchell tome Saturday evening and the newly wedded couple were charivarled. The iridc was guest of honor at a mlscel- aneous shower given at the Morris Fln- vstad home Wednesday cvalne Feb. H. meeting bunco and five hundred were played. Fritz Meyer won high in flve lundred and Lorenz Pijahn, low. In lunco, Lucille Meyer won high and Ruth Schmiel, low. Mrs. Eugene Walker, the former Hll- la Dreyer of Pasdena, California, caine last week to spend several weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Art Dreyer. Mrs. Walker has >een away from home for the past seven years when her parents moved to California. The Dreycrs returned to Iowa about three years ago. Sunday (cwnlng at the Wade Ball home. Tlie Walter Ronenaus and the Peter Bruers en toyed an oyster supper at the A. T. Buckets home one evening last week. March 1st Is moving time and as there are quite a few changing places we will try to give an account of it In our next issue. Russel Winter is recovering nicely from his recent appendicitis operation at the Dolmage hospital at Buffalo Center, and expects to be able to come borne in a few days. Mrs. C. C. Freark and Mrs. I. E. Wortman visited with Mrs. John Griese at the hospital at Buffalo Center on Friday, MJTS. Griese expected to be able to come home on Sunday. E. A. Wortman and LaVern Liesveld went to Buffalo Center Friday and brought home Mrs. Wortman who spent a few days there undergoing an examination at the Dolmage hospital Last Thursday the A. E. Anderson family moved on their farm west of Swca City, and the Ray Winter family moved from the Anderson farm to the Ogren farm vacated bv the Andersons Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Torino, Mr. Warren and Mr. Forgren of the Swea City neighborhood, and Mr. and Mrs. J. R Heetland and the Wade Balls of this place assisted the Winters in moving BURTNEWS Mrs. James Brophy Painfully Burned at Sexton Home Sexton: Mrs. James Brophy suffered a very painful accident one day last week while rendering lard, when she •Dllled some hot lard on her toot, severely burning the top of it and making It difficult for her .to wear her shoe, as It Is so sore. Mr. nnd Mrs. TT. W. Trsinrr vi.slfrd t, tiir- Jerry Trnim-r home in Fort )odsrp Saturday nnd Sunday. Mrs. G. C. Glddlnes nnd Miss Nole Ward nrr at home of Mr. nnd To-Morrow Tomorrow for some people is Just another day; Others regard tomorrow as one more opportunity to do things. Tomorrow for m« has always meant get up and hustle, play the game, win or lose, take a chance. Buy shoes by the truck load and then devise ways of selling them. Quick sales and small profits is one eure way of unloading them. It is easy to sell people what they want at the price they want to pay for it. People now days want new up to date shoes. We have them in all sizes and on ten different widths from AAA to Fff™ We can fit any foot if the owner will allow us to fit it. We carry standard nationally advertised lines, the same shoes that are carried by the best stores over the state. I have plenty help and (Joey are all trained in the art of fitting your feet. I have finally persuaded Oene to stay with me and take part of the burden off my shoulders. Yean are beginning to tell. The business la Increasing all the time aad I am «ymtni«htng so It is high time for *>*"»• to step Into the breach. I have not had a vacation for over twenty yean co I want ft month off this summer. I want to go back over the old boyhood stamping ground and aee some of the old girls I used to go with. I remember the flrat girl I ever asked to marry me. She begged to be exeused and I like a fool excused her. Jimmie Neville 800* MAN Called to Washington O. P. Bailey, former Fenton resident and cashier of the closed Fenton State Bank, now a resident of Iowa Falls, and receiver of thitee large banks since locating there, was recently called to /fhi&ffton, D. C.. where he la o&slst- f in the office of comptroller of currency. ft S Ruth Stewart and Jack Reed spent Saturday afternoon at the William Schmiel home. H. W. Schmidt has been laid up with rheumatism and a bad cold for the past several weeks. German Lenten services will be conducted Thursday morning'. A week from Sunday English communion services will be held. Mrs. John Schallin returned to her home on Saturday after having been at the Art Rusch home caring for Mrs. Rusch and the new baby. Marie Pertl has been suffering from tousLUtis during the past week. Ma- Unda Kaadinsr and Mabel Luedtke also Miss Marie Harris, Milton Giddings and Maurine Hanson and Bernard EJrd- man of Weslev attended the music festival contest at the high school building Sunday afternoon. Mias Nell Wise Is spending this week at Burt where she Is helping Mr. nnd Mrs. Llovd Steven move. They will move Thursday to a farm west of Bancroft. The ladles are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Aloyslus Kirschbaum and two small daughters of near Forest Cltv spent Friday evening and Sat- irdav at the home of his parents, Mr. nd Mrs. William Kirschbaum. Mrs. Arlene Pasley and two children, Dorothea and Calvin, were Sunday din- ler guests a week (IRO at the home of ler sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Dacken nd family southwest of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. August Kinschbaum nd children. Kathrvn and Leo, and >Irs. Kirschbaum's mother. Mrs. C. L. Etecnman of Britt were Friday even- ne supper miests at the home of Mrs. iarah Wise and family. The Sexton choir went to AlKona on iunday afternoon for rehearsal for the music festival in the evening. One f the bass choir members was ill, so tils choir was unable to compete in tie contest in the afternoon. Mrs. Monroe Heiter entertained ar- und twenty Sexton ladies at her home icar Corwith last week Thursday af- .ernoon in honor of her neighbor. Mrs. Miller, who Us moving the flrst of March. Mrs. Heiter presented Mrs. Miller with a set of auilt blocks. Mrs. C. L. Eisenman of northeast of Britt visited the past week with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. August Kirsch- aum and family. While here she had , butterfly quilt, finished. Mr. and drs. August Kirschbaum and two children. Kathrvn and Leo, took her home this week Monday evening. Eleven young people drove in and urprised Wilbur Steven on his birthday last week Wednesday evening at his home north of town. Valentine and George Washington games were >layed by everyone after which a very delicious lunch was served bv his mo- her, Mrs. Harvey Steven. Everyone reported a very good time. are reported on the sick list. The Rev. and Mrs. E. Fiene and daughter, Margaret spent Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. H. Befanke in honor of Mrs. Behnke's birthday. Mrs. Henry Jenti of Colorado Springs and Mrs. Ben NernJU of Hampton Iowa, visited at the John SchaUin home Wednesday. The two ladies are sisters of Mrs. (BebalUn. Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Schmiel were entertained at dinner at the home of the Bev. and Mrs. H. D. 0tahmer of Fair- vale on Tuesday evening of last week. Mr and Mrs. P. L. Jesten and son Ralph wen also dinner there The Tounff People'* society met on PrijjjjW {|Q0^llW jn jjjhiit M|3MOO| hMflPMHpl John Govern, son of Mr. nnd Mrs Peter Govern is 111 with pneumonia. Mrs. A. A. Graham spent Saturday night at the F. O. Stow homo. Floris nnd Phyllis Gibbons of Fenton the week end with Mary Beth Coflin. Mrs. A. A. Graham went to Titonk Sundnv to visit at the Charles New vllle home. Charles Strobel was operated on Saturday for appendicitis at ttac LewVS Larsen' home. The Birthday Circle met at the home of Mrs. H. A. Whltehill on Thursday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. .1. D. Graham and children are moving into the section house this week. Mr. and Mrs,. Frank Ryerson were Biiests at the L. D. Hodgson home on Frfdav of lost week. Mrs. Clara Shaw attended the funeral of Mrs. Prudence Locke at Algona on Monday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frombach from Whit- tcmorc bought the A. A. Graham farm nnd will move this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Klenltz of Lakotn ore moving into the Daniels Mouse in the south part of town. J. G. McDonald and J. M. Blnnchard went to DCS Moines Monday to attend a Lumbermen's convention. Irs. Walter Ward near Sexton. C. B. Chipman attended nn undfr- kers' district mcetinir nt Emmetsburs Vednesdav evening of Inst week. Miss Beulnh Lnrsen taught In tho Titonka schools several days last woek s her sister. Miss Lauretta was ill. Finer MorneJs came up from Cedar tnplds to spend the week end with his tarents, Mr. and Mr:. E. I. Morness. Mrs. Elmer Klenltz and son Don- Id spent the wefk end here with Mar- orle's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. George Mien. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder spont several days last week at Keokuk at he home of their daughter, Mrs. Cba.s. Kenning. Mr. and Mrs. E. E, Paine and blieir laughter drove to Algona Sunday ev- nlng to get Mrs. Laura Lenz of Maon City. The choir of tlie Methodist churrh won flrst in class B at. Algona In the nuslc festival. Armstrong was fccond n class B. A babv boy wns born to Mr. and Wrs. Ed Welske Sunday mornnig. Mrs. nnk Snvdrr Is caring for Mrs. Wels- o and babv. R. L. CopdiH. who was injured when ;hrown from n load of hnv, wns nble to be tin town lost week for the flrst time the accident. The Methodist Aid soclot.v will meet Wednesday. Mnrch 7 nt the home of Miss Bertha Dnnlels with Mrs. George Grnv ns assisting hostess. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex Miller wlio hnve >enn farming In Union township have moved Into Fred Ringsdorfs house 'n the north part of town. Mr. and Mrs Clifford Ringsdorf, and Wrs. Ringsdorf and son. Robfcrt of Bnncroft were dinner guests at the Will Ringsdorf home Sunday. The Mite society met at the home of Mrs. F. E. Rubey Wednesday of this week. Mrs. H. V. Jones and Mrs. W. E. Stoutcnberg were assisting hostesses. Mrs. Laura Lenz was here Monday to lold a school of instruction at the Eastern Star lodge in the afternoon and evening. A six o'clock dinner was served. Donald Stow of Texas came last week to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. stow. Donald is planning ,o start in business in Des Moines in the future. Mrs Will Gorman is visiting at the riome of her father, W. D. Kenrns, this week. Mr. Kcarna who has been visiting relatives tn Chicago, returned 1 home Saturday. Willard Stow has a job with the Automatic Washing Machine Company at Newton, Iowa. Stanley Black, who went to Newton with Willard, returned home last week. Mrs. J. W>, Dorranc*. Mrs. F. J. Mann nnd Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stahl returned home Wednesday from Chicago where they visited nt the home of Dr. and Mrs. S. J. Bartenu. Mrs. Ross Elvldge and daughter drove to Fort Dodge Friday to visit at the E. C. Nelson home. Dorothy Mc- Ponnld, who has been visiting at the Nelson home, also returned home with them. A fnrcwell pnrtv was held nt the home of Mrs. Will Rlngsdorf Snturdnv In honor of Mrs. Grace Watklns, who si moving from the neighborhood. Mrs. Wntkin.i will »ro to Eni?]p Grove to liro with lirr mother. Mr. nntl Mrs. H. A. Thompson and daughters drove to Clear Lske Sun- dnv to (jot. Miss Alice Jensen of Min- npnnolis who wns visiting at the Fred Thompson home. Miss Jensen will visit, nt the Thompson home for somw time. F. L. Pratt. Ros? ElvideP, B. W. Brooke, J. M. McDonald, Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Cnrtor. nnd Mr, and Mrs. C. E. Rltrsboe were nmong those to attend the wrestling mntch at Fort Dodge on Snturday. Eddie Stewart won secondl over the state. Mr. nnd Mrs. Pnul Moore pare a birthday dinner in honor of their two granddaughters, Polly Moore and Roberta Schmidt. Mrs. Robert Moore of Algonft and two children, Mr. and Mm. L. J. Schmidt and two children of Cor- wiUt spent the day at the Moore home. Miss Ward, a cousin of Mrs. Earl Reid, spent the week end here at the Reid home. Miss Ward and her friend. Miss Elsie Reece. will leave March 10 for China as n missionary. Miss Ward gave an Interesting talk nt the Methodist, church Sunday morning. It will take until about the middle of June for the Indies to reach their destination in China. A blrt.hdny dinner wns served at th« home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Irn Hnnsen on Sundny. Mr. nnd Mrs. Matt Hansen. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clnlr Winkle and three sons. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Hnnsen nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. Llovd Schenck nntl fnmllv nnrl J. K. Hnnsen were present. The dinner wns In honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Mntt Hnnsen. Mrs. Ira Hansen and Mr. Winkle and a wedding nnnlversarv. Mrs. A. A. Graham wno has been here visiting relntlves nnd friends and attending to business matters left on Wednesday for Sterling, Illinois, ttfiere she lias been for some time caring for her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Stone. Mrs. Graham held a public sale and sold their farm machinery and stock which they left, on the farm whllft here. The farm has been rented by the J. D. Graham family for several •"ears «nd has been sold. 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If your nerves are jumpy and you cannot sleep, do not let thU condition continue or you will ruin your health. Yerbavida Tea will relax your nerves and let you sleep. Not a drug, but a very beneficial beverage that you will prefer to either tea or coffee. For Stomach and Kidney troubles it Is unsurpassed. A »-page free booklet, "The Story of Yerttwida," may be obtained by wilting to Yerbavida Sales Co., 613 Southwest Bid*.. LOB Angeles; or a large package of Yerba*ida—enough tor MO cups-can be obtained for ftl.00. Vor tale at Lusty* Drag stars. —Adv. Mid-Continent Tires "America's Strongest and Most Beautiful Tire" M||~f^with an exclusive design a 12 months guarantee 4ft" IfX against road hazards and these extra value features ^j" EXTRA MILEAGE TREAD— Made of iincst rubber, chemically treated to resist heat and abrasion. Extra thickness and flexibility. Skidding prevented by notched tread. CUSHIONED SHOCK BREAKER— In addition to the full number of plies, MID-CONTINENT tires have two breaker strips directly under the tread, imbedded in gum cushions. ARMORED SIDE WALL— The ribbed sidewall protects the carcass, and contributes extra traction in ruts, mud and loose earth. They throw off heat in the summer. ANCHORED TREAD— Securely anchored in the end of the plies, deeply cushioned in rubber the wires cannot become loose and cannot cut the carcass, a common fault. SUPER STRENGTH CARCASS— Each cord is impregnated in gum to prevent chafing and heating. Each tire (scientifically designed, over-sized, built for extra strength Tire Now on Display—We invite your Inspection. .! l| Hesley & Johnson Service Station

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