The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1934 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 23, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 23, 1934 Wedding— Miss Annie Rildman, daughter of Mrs. Ratherlne Hlldman of Wesley became the bride of J. B. Muehe Tuesday morning at eight o'clock at the St. Joseph's Catholic church at Wesley in the presence of a large group of friends and relatives. They were Attended by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hlldmann, and took their place at the altar to the strains of a wedding march played by Bister M. Lydla, where Rev. A. J. Wagener performed the ceremony at the nuptial high mass. The bride wore a pretty navy blue silk crepe suit with hat and accessories to match as did her maid of honor, Mrs. Ed Hlldman, who also wore blue. Each wore shoulder bouquets of pink and white roses. Following the ceremony the bridal party and the members of the two families retired to the home of the bride's mother where a wedding breakfast was awaiting them. Immediately after the breakfast, the bridal couple left for points in Missouri where they Intend to visit relatives of the bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. Muehe are both well and favorably known to all in the community of Wesley. Mr. Muehe Is one of the most prosperous and conservative farmers in the locality. Mrs. Muehe for a number of years owned and managed a millinery store and has a wide circle of friends who wish for them both a long and happy wedded life. Upon their return home they will live on the Muehe farm three miles northwest of Wesley. Amdorfer-Gooid Marriage— Two of Union's most popular young people were united In marriage early Wednesday morning, August 15th when Albert Gould, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gould and Fidelis Arndorfer. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arndorfer were married at SU Cecelia's parsonage. Rev. Davern officiating at the single ring ceremony. The bride was gowned in an orchid embroidered net dress and was attended by Lucille ROethler who wore a light blue crepe dress. The groom was attended by Glen Strayer. Immediately after the ceremony, the couple left for a farm near Mallard which the groom has been farming the past two years. A host of friends wish them success in their married life. Hostess to Candle Llgnt Club— The nine members of the Candle Light club were guests of Mias Lucia Wallace, a member, Monday at the cottage of-her niece, Mrs. Ernest Engler of."Ma»on pity, who has a cottage on Clfe L«t*."Th« gwwt* returneU Monday evening and brought Miss Wallace, wfco! hta been gone all summer, back with them. It's important To Check Your Battery. . NOW Now Is the time to check your battery—after Summer's trip. Checking your battery is like having your teeth regularly inspected. It pays to catch disorders before they're too big to repair. Come In today. ' Special Values on ' New Batterlm and Battery Repairs CLAPFS Master Service West of Court House SERVICE GET AUCTION MONEY Larson Family Reunion— The fourth annual Larson family re union was held on Sunday, August 1 at the Call State Park at Algona, witr 30 present. A delicious picnic dinner was served at noon and the afteraoo was spent in visiting. A short businesi meeting was held In which Bay Larso: was appointed president and Mrs. Lev Lee, secretary-treasurer for the com ing year. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs J. E. Nelson of Spencer, Mrs. L. O Larson and son, George, of Ottosen Georgia Watnem of Burlington, Mr and Mrs. R. C. Larson and daughter Frances, Lorrln Larson and Louts OI son of Algona, Mrs. Carrie Henderson of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. B. L Henderson of LeMars, Iowa, Mr. an Mrs. George Larson, Lillian, George Jr., Helen and Vivian of Livermore Mr. and Mrs. Fred Larson and dautfh ter, Carrie of Buffalo Center, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nodland an< Eugene of Frost, Minnesota, Mr. an< Mrs. Levi Lee and Doris of Ayrshire Iowa, and Mrs. C. K. Shepard and son Stuart of Jackson, Minnesota. C. C. Dance Monday Evening— The regular dance held at the Country Club house Monday evening wa well attended with eighty-seven couples present. Dr. W. D. Andrews and Bob McCullough received the free tickets which were drawn from the advance sale ticket. The next dance will be held In three weeks, on September 10, so as not to conflict with fair week and patrons are asked to remember this. Tiny Little will furnish the music. Lorraine BJelland Hostess- Lorraine Bjelland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bjelland, celebrated her third birthday Tuesday, August 21, and Invited a group of little girls In to help her celebrate in the afternoon. Games were played and later refreshments were served by Mrs. Bjelland. Guests were Rosemary Duffy, Joan Falk. Delores Smith, Delores and Gloria Baker, Rosemary Coleman, and Jane and Mary Moe. GnOd to Serve Loneb— Each year at this tune the Epsicopal Guild has held a berry festival at the Gilbert farm. This year, due to the lack of rains, berries are not plentiful enough for this. In its place th* ladles will serve salads and sandwiches and other delicacies, among .which will be chicken sandwiches. This festival will be held Thursday evening of this week at five o'clock at the Gilbert farm and the public is Invited. Twelve Table* »t fiuty— Five ladles. Mrs. M. P. Weaver. Mrs. Dennis Ooeders, Mrs. K. D. James, Mrs. M. V. Haggard and Mrs. Al Fal- kenhalner entertained Saturday at a one o'clock three course luncheon given at the Country Club house. Bridge was played, following the luncheon, at twelve tables, ten contract and two auction. Table prizes were given to those holding high scores at each table. Hostess Tuesday Evening— Mrs. Maurice McMahon was hostess at a dinner Tuesday evening given in honor of the birthday of Ruth McMahon. Besides the guest of honor. Dr. F. W. McAllister. Dorothy Woodruff and her friend of Fort Dodgo and Mr. McMahon were present. Mrs. Kent Hoatew— Mrs. F. E. Kent was hostess Thursday of last week to the members of her bridge club. A one o'clock luncheon was served at the Country Club house and the afternoon was spent playing bridge with Mrs. J. L. Bonar receiving the first prize. Guests at Okoboji— . Mrs. S. E. McMahon. Mrs. T. C. Sherman, Miss lAicia Wallace, Mrs. Howard Beardsley drove to Lake Oko- bojl Wednesday of this week where they were to be guests of Mrs. C. T. Chubb at the Miller's Bay Hotel. Mrs. Laird's Circle— Mrs. W. E. Laird's circle of the Ladies Association of the Congregational church will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. L. F. Rice. Royal Neighbor Club— The meeting of the Royal Neighbor club, which was scheduled to be held August 28th, has been postponed to September llth. Dinner Guests— Judge and Mrs. J. Grimm of Cedar Rapids were dinner guests Sunday at '.he home of Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll. Miss Dorothy Dalton Wed— Word was received here by Mrs. E P. Keith that her niece, Dorothy Dal ton, daughter of Mrs. E. R. Dalton o Spokane, Washington, had been mar rled recently to Wm. Foy Squibb, alsi of Spokane. Dorothy was born in Spokane, Washington, but moved to Al gona with her parents when quite small. The Dalton family live! her west of Hobart until Dorothy was a ifreshman in high school and then moved to Spokane again where Doro thy was graduated from high schoo and has since been employed as steno grapher In the shop of the Spokani Radio Company. The groom is em ployed by the government In the expert' mental laboratory of the radio division of the forestry service and at the present time is one of the 1500 men who is helping to combat one of the largest forest fires. Mr. and Mrs. Squibb will be at home after September 15 at Vancouver, Washin^on Fostnark-Spiefrelbert; wedding— The marriage of Gehard O. Fosmark of Algona, salesman for the Kent Motor Company, to Vira G. Splegelberg daughter of Mrs. Regina W. Spiegelberg of Rembrandt, Iowa, which took place at Osage, Iowa, October 21. 1933 has been made known. Rev. L. Salem of Osage officiated at the ceremony The bride is a graduate of the Iowa State Teachers College. After September 1. the couple will make their home in Algona. Reservations for C. C. Party- Reservations for the afternoon Country Club party Wednesday afternoon numbered 35 Wednesday morning. Mrs. W. D. Andrews was the chairman of the committee in charge. Royaf Neighbor The Royal Neighbor lodge will meet Thursday night at 8 o'clock at the >gion hall. Ruptured Appendix Fatal; Fenton Youth Dies at Whittemore Whittemore: Alvin Bierstedt, age 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. August Bler- tedt of Fenton. died at the local hos- ital early Sunday morning. He was rperated on for a ruptured appendix ut very little hope was held for his ecovery from the first. John Waldron visited friends In Maon City Friday. Ruth Balg«nan is spending the week t Davenport visiting friends. Bernice Balgeman returned home af- er spending a week in Chicago. Annette Bestenlehncr and Catherine Norman returned home Friday after spending a week at St. Paul and Mln- >apoli*. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thill are the >arents of a baby boy born Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Brien and amily spent Sunday with relatives at 5 an croft. Kathleen Holtzbauer and Eileen O'Brien of Algona visited friends Sunday evening. Herman and Tony Keene of Des Moines visited relatives here Friday and Saturday. John Mergen of Omaha spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. Mararet Mergen. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carmody of Graettinger spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carmody. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McTlgue and fam- ly of Emmetsburg visited Mr. and Mrs. . S. Cullen recently. Paul Dahlhau&er, Joe Blsenlus and Eldon Waldschmldt visited relatives at Gllmore City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gene CavanauRh of Des Molnes spent Sunday with Mr. and Jrs. C. L. Cavanaugh. Earl Luchslnger who Is in the CCC amp at Forest City, spent the week nd at his home here. Mrs. D. Mlsbach and son, Robert of 'alrmont, Minn., visited with Mr. and Jrs. Henry Hahn Tuesday. Marlon Hyink returned Saturday Lena Schluttner of Dubuque is spending a few weeks with Miss Anna Springer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bernhard of Joliet, Illinois spent a week with Mr and Mrs. John Bernhard. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bernhard and family and Miss Cellist a Elsbecker, R N., spent last week at Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown of Omaha spent two days of last week with her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Berens. Corinne rfemmers has been unable to work in the Kennedy department store for the past week due to illness. Viola Merrill is again working at the Milady Beauty Salon in Algona after visiting at her home and with friends in Waterloo. Leona Schiltz, beauty operator to Port Dodge, arrived home the flrst of the week for her vacation with her mother, Mrs. Albert SchilU. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brink and family of Waterloo arrived here Sunday for a short stay at the homes of Mrs. Joe Welp. Sr.. and Bernard Brink. Emily Welp left last week for Mason City where she will work in a beauty shop. Before coming home for her vacation she was employed in Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lichliter and fam- [y are leaving Bancroft and will make their home in the south. Frank, eon f Mr. and Mrs. Lichliter, Is expect- d to remain here. CALL THEATRE morning from Chicago after spending week at the Worlds Fair. Mrs. O. H. Wernh and son, Allen of LeMars are visiting the former's par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hahn. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crawford are the >arents of a baby boy born Monday, 'hey have a nice family of three boys. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brunner and Ars. Elmer Jensen of Mason City vis- ted Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Finnell Sunday. John Llnenbach went to Glen Haven, Wisconsin, Wednesday, where he will spend some time visiting relatives. Father Fandel of Remsen Is spending this week visiting hU parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel and other rela- Big Cattle, Ewe Sale on Friday One of the biggest sales of cattle and ewes held in this county for some time, is scheduled for Friday at the W. C. Taylor farm, at Sexton. Mr Taylor and two friends are to con duct the sale. One hundred head each of feeder cattle and ewes, all brought in from southern Iowa, will go on the block. The sale starts at noon sharp with Lou Matern auctioneering. Ful details In ad on farm page. BANCROFT NEWS ST. JOE NEWS Wed. Thura., August 22-23 Hoot Gibson "THE DUDE BANDIT" lives. Martin Dutty, Sr., Henry Flombach and Andrew Bjustrom left Thursday morning for a six weeks' trip through tl.i- W-St. Margery Klbert, who U taking a beau- O 1 ty course in Waterloo apt-nt Sunday £lwi:h h. r mother Mrs. Cec-lia Elbert O | ai.,1 family. vi I.oui.u- and Josme Martin of Em- 'fj • u.' t -Uiric .-pi-nl u few (lav.-, '.he past yiv.-i.-r: -A i!:. ti.-ir .-.Liter, Mrs. Martin '/, \ l-mlly and family. Y Mrs H. C. M. i« r.-> went Ii Madison. ',-_, \Vi. CM..-.III. Friday - Veiling to her •j\ .1.. .S\.\ <-.."-r Kh! Andrew K upper was a business call- r in Fort Dodge Friday. The St. Joseph parochial school will pen Monday, September 3rd. Laurene Klrsch is possessor of a new Ford V-8 purchased Sunday. Joe Schad is working for Henry Loerwald assisting with threshing. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Thllges were busi- ess callers In Fort Dodge Tuesday. The Peter Schmltt family purchased new Ford V-a coach Wednesday. Cyril Reillng left Thursday for Carroll to spend some time with relatives. Marcella Thill from Algona spent Wednesday at the Adolph Fuhnnann tome. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Becker were visitors at the Matt Becker home near Burt Friday. The Reding clan held a family reunion Sunday evening at the Mike Reding horn*. Alvin Klein and Billy Becker left Sunday for Waterloo for a visit with elatlves and friends. A large number from here attended St. Cecelia's church bazaar on Wednesday and Thursday. Anges Levich, of Great Falls, Mon- ana, Is visiting with relatives and riends in this vicinity. Nick Becker left last week for the datt Becker home near Burt, where he assisting with the threshing. Mr. and Mrs. John Thill from Whlt- emore were Tuesday evening visitors t the Adolph Fuhrman home. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ellringer of lew Hampton spent Thursday and 'rlday with friends in this vicinity. Phil Roethkr of Algona, Marvin and ridrew Burket of New Hampton spent Tuesday with friends in this vlcinit.y. Mrs. Frank Klnkade and Hugh Kln- ade from West Bend were Friday af- ;rnoon visitors at the Mrs. Lucy Wager home. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding and on, Delmar, and Orvllk Wagner drove o Fort Dodge Tuesday where Delmar ad his tonsils removed. Mrs. Elizabeth McDonald and her hJHdren, Margaret, Frank and tftr- an of Wlnfred, South Dakota, visited with the Clarence Kramers Mondav afternoon. Mary Jane Reding from Whittemore and Maxine Schumacher from Dea Moines returned to the Nick Reding home Thursday near Whitternore after a week's visit with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kayser and family returned home Monday evening after a few days' visit with relatives at (,'lnremunt arid Owattonna, Minnesota. Anna Kayser remain-.d for a longer usit. The church services in St. Jcv-eph Catholic church beginning Sunday will Former Residents Hurt in Accident Word has been received that Mrs. Nellie Bowyer, who makes her home in Hollywood, California, was injured Monday of last week when the car in which she with her daughter, Gwendolyn, were riding collided with another car. Mrs. Bowyer was Immediately taken to the Good Samaritan hospital in Los Angeles where it was found she was suffering with three broken ribs and other Injuries. The extent or the seriousness of her other injuries was not known here. Nephew of Mrs. Boals Killed in Strike at Minneapolis Cresco: During the recent strike in Minneapolis, John Belour, nephew of Mrs. M. H. Boals, of Clinton, Kansas, was shot in the breast and died ten days later. Mrs. Boals is well known here. Victor Boats is in the northern part of Minnesota, near Fargo, harvesting grain, which is good there. L. A. VIpond is driving a new Chevrolet sedan. P. H. Hargreaves was ill with intestinal flu last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wllklns were at Mason City at the fair. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miller were visitors Sunday at the Crawford Brothers home near Whittemore. The Embroidery club members and families enjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday at the Call State Park. The Wlllards on the W. J. Galbraith farm have rented the J. L. Daub farm, now occupied by the Earl Millers. Ralph Brown left Sunday after ten days at the home of his father, G. W.. and brother. Ray Brown, meeting his wife at Ames. Vivian Morgan returned home on klonday after a week's visit near Lu- Verne. Frances Walters returned with her for a week's visit here. The Everett Witham family visited Sunday at the Roy Witham home In Fort Dodge. Roy's son, Annond went with them after a two week's visit In Kossuth county. B. F. Sparks and son, D. D. were at Sioux City on business last week Wednesday and Mr. and Mrs. George Brazee and two children were at the Sny- !er home near Fenton. Mary Runchey was visiting at the tome of her brother, Fjruley In Emmetsburg from WednexJay until Sunday. All spent Sunday at the parental Will Runchey home. Dolph Miller motored to Grinnell on aturday evening accompanied by Miss Alberta Orooenbach, RuBseU Thome. Iso a Miller boy of Sexton. The two Millers returned Monday. Jeanne Clayton returned home on Saturday moinlng after a week's visit with her aunt. Miss Eva Peterson at Rockford. 111. She also attended the Jentury of Progress in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Felthauer left ihe fore part of last week for their home In British Columbia, via. Minneapolis after a visit with the latter's sister, Mrs. L. A. VIpond and other relatives here. Mrs. D. D. Sparks, and Charles and Betty went Saturday to visit at the dome of her sister, Mrs. Archie Mc- Danlels, In Sioux Rapids. She accompanied the Janws Kelly family, who visited at the Dewey Pentlco home In Storm Lake. All returned Sunday night. Mrs. Elmer Ballentlne and two sons, Elmer, Jr., and Kenneth and Mrs. Alna Johnson and son, Irving and Mrs. 3arl Granzow of Gary, Indiana, came Thursday night to the R. E. Morgan home for a visit. These families and he Henry Douglas family of Algona picnicked Sunday at Interlaken, near 'alrmont, Minn. Town of Lakota Has 19 Widows Lakota: In a recent issue of the Mason City Globe-Gazette, the town of Sritt conves out with an article stating that they have 03 widows in a population of 16OO. Lakota with a popula- lon of a little over 400 has 19 widows. at 8 aJid 10. Th-. Hev. T. J. Daviii: of Al;;oaa will have charge Sunday during Fa; her Theobald's ab- Mrs. Murray was on the sick list last week, having a siege of the flu. Fred Schroeder and John Grlese were visitors at Frost Saturday evening. Wm. Bauman was taken quite 111 last Friday with a severe gallstone attack. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Winter and Mrs. C. A, Winter were Altjona visitors a&t Friday. Mrs. Peter Hans was quite ill for several days the past week and confined to Her b«d. Tabe Loats, who spent several days it Mason City, last week returned home Tnursday evening. Robert Becker, who has been under the weather for some time had his tori- ils removed one day last week. The, Presbyterian Ladies Missionary society will meet Tuesday afternoon and the Aid on Thursday afternoon at FENTON YOUNG MAN DIED SUDDENLY Fenton: Alvin Blerstedt passed away at the McCreery hospital at Whittemore Saturday evening following an operation. He was a young man oi around twenty years old, the son oi Mr and Mrs. August Bierstedt, prominent farmers of near Fenton. Harold, son of Mrs. Elsie Dreyer, underwent an appendix operation at the Fairmont clinic this week Monday. Lois Burwash of Youngstown. Ohio, came Saturday for a visit with her brother, M. E. Burwash and family. Mrs. Mary Olson of Peorta, Illinois, arrived Saturday for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. G. W. Newel and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber drove to Webster City Saturday for a visit with the latter's sister, Mrs. Lewis Reed and family. Floyd Reading of Brooks, Indiana, came last week Wednesday for a visit with his sister, Mrs. George Goetscn and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel and children made a business trip to Ames last Thursday. They stopped briefly In Des Moines enroute horn*. Mrs. Clarence Allsup, a former Fenten resident, now of near Graettinger. was taken to Iowa City Saturday for a consultation and possibly a major operation. John Arbogast was guest of honor at a surprise party at his home Sunday. He was 73 years old. The guests were: the William Huskamp and Hans Baago families of Fenton and the Harlev Fredricks family of near Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hecht and son Donald, Mr. and Mrs. William Blank of Chicago came Saturday for a vlslto with the Mrs. Hecht's sister, Mrs. E. C- Fauerby and family, and other relatives. The Hechts are former residents here. Dr. A. T. Whitlow and family of Armstrong visited Sunday at the Frank Baitey home. Marjorie and Frances spent the past week there and returned home with them and Donna Jean Bailey accompanied them home to spend this week. The John Ulfsrs family received an announcement last week of the marriage of Warren Randall, a former Penton boy. He was a graduate of the Fenton high school with the class of 1931. He Is employed in the Forum cafeteria at Minneapolis now. H. C. Lindsey drove to Olidden Sunday for a visit with his daughter, Mrs. flaroldj Stedman and/ family. Mrs. Lindsey and Edward, who have been vlslUng Mrs. Llndsey's daughters at Carroll, Mason City and Omaha, for the past two weeks, acompanled him. William Fischer accompaWfd the Rev. H. D. Stahmer of Falmlle to a syncdical convention of pastors at Keystone this week Monday to attend laymen. The Rev. R. W, Kabeltla, pastor of the local Lutheran church and Paul Nemitz will go from here Wednesday to attend the meetings. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod, Mrs. Hattie Weisbrod and son, Lester and daughter, Iva of this place and Mary jamfeson of Emmetsburg drove to Marshall, Minnesota, Saturday for a visit at the home of Mrs. Hattie Wel*- brod's brother, C. A. Jackson and family. They returned home Sunday evening. Virgil Zwiefel was pleasantly surprised on his birthday anniversary Sunday evsnlng. Attending were the Jacob Zwiefete, the Glenn ZwlefeW, the Lawrence Zwlefels, the Clarence Menzs. the Fred Liebs, the Win. Schmidts, the Earl Larsons and the Ed Ohms. The evening was spent socially and a lunch enjoyed. _ \Now• E Buy a Good Farm • Prices are still very low. • We have the largest list J of Good Farms for sale • in northern Iowa. • Many of the loan com- 5 panics will sell to far• mer huyers on very rea- 2 sonable terms. At the • present market price for 5 farm products our good • farms are worth to • $150.00 per acre. We 2 have many for less than • half this price. • See Us First or Last, • But Be Sure and See TJa • Before You Buy. • - : • Me Donald & Co. 5 Iowa State Bank Bldg. Phone 120 ••••••••••••••••'•••ff ALGONA CREAMERY'S BABY CONTEST For Screen Adaptability Children up to 6 years of age All children entered will be photographed and the 10 best for screen adaptability will be awarded one of the ten valuable prizes. Fill our your coupon now and mail to the Algona Creamery, Algona, Iowa. FILL OUT THIS COUPON Mother's Name Address Baby's Name Phone No ~7~. .. . Child's Age All entering must be in by Midnight, Aug. 31, 19IM. ALGONA CREAMERY Algona, Iowa. wwv WVWWVVVUVVUWti Mr. and Mrs. J. c Arir.itr. n children of t'Ulmore. California, w- r the church parlors. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Winter carne up from Mason City Thursday evening i for a short visit at the home of Mr. and I an a Mr*. Q K. Rippcritrop. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hanson of Mar- ¥NE RfOMAlllY Q'BBIEN • GENDA Sun., Mon., Tues., Aug. 26-27-28 You ki. ,w it !'., o! ' i-;Y:..x b-o aid family. Mi. . I.. ••> Ko>ja.:(-h are the i.'.-. '.I a b ibv boy born on .;.-nii...' T:.i.-y n .w have a of t'.vo SMI Li and one boy. L, old ri.ujL' of Fi.ii,' (.1 Loi. K cr- h'j.spi'al laat vi,,il<;i.i la-.t week at the George Becker ; i()11 ohlu WL . re , iL . re ^ Wi . t , k , or ' home. Mrs. Armstrong is a sister of s!le j Mrs. Becker and they had not eacli other for 33 years. John Hedmg from Chicago arrived th,.- latter part of last week. Mon- short visit at the home of Mr. Haii- ton's iister, Mrs. H. H. Murray. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Aalderks and two chiluien el Cincinnati, Ohm. have . , , , • ; been here Ihe past vvct.k vi.-ltii;^ ut the .,,y. accompanied by hu> wife and son. h(jm< . o( OU(j , i uiiruu , j> Ml , ^ j.^. i • ;• n n.oi Mi - Ki. ::..- MiCr t i.a-i tube: :•: Mi.; Fia Friday, Aug. 24 . M !'>J b autil'ill liilio L'I "DOWN TO THEIR LOST YACHT" : Mr, ••! 1,1 i: ; i. ; ,v Ned Sparks Polly Moran icy return d to their home in Chi: h 'M. Mrs. Hedina and son have spent . ii'ai weeks with relatives in this . im;y. ,u- ii.eningiiio. I John B. Reding and frank Reding. Spill'--., ai.d .-on. ! accompanied C'laytoii Jennings (Stock L.:.d John F.d- j buji-r lioiii Llvel'morci Friday tu t.'.e .-Ijelii. the pa.-.t I urought-strickell parts Of the I>ako!aS nd frn.-ndo here. v.h re Jenniny.> drove to buy cailie. • ion ijiitei-> arrived -ere John B. Ueduij returned h ;ii.e Sun- 'Irur-i-ay n.i'inin-' ''•"- ' i; "-' ''"- ! ' lu U '' 1L ''^> remained lor a 11 LWln Auyi t 27. The | i"<^'-r tllne. lo tii'J fcvlUiC J-> l-i-l B:i Win. Aald- Mrs. Sleinliotl and three children of Fort Dodge, .spent the n.\ >t \vcik heie visiting at tiie Ed Ku:.l home. Mr. s . fcjU-Uihoit will be belter r. numbered h..le as Hu:h Kahl. T.'.e I. K. Wortman family entertained tile following BUe. 3 to ut cnnn. r Sunday, Mr. and MIS. J. B. AilweHu and daughter of Belmond. and the W. E. Carlson tamiJy of Swea C'lty . Mrs. Rudolph Morrison, Miss Ellen Homeowners Complete Stock of Flooring, Wall Board, Window Poixli fcntVt'UrKs anil Building Supplies Just finished at New York City. Wed., Thurs., Fri., Aug. 29-30-31 H b-u J/j Saturday, August 25 Extra Special for the t'amuv. fun and UiriU RiASURi 1S1AN S', t:uin Ku. hs.etk,-. Frances Be.-.U-n- O l'-i.ner and Leon Ka.-chn.ia.r who are O. i ^ti.-i.nn.i,! the C. M. T. C. in Des Moin- 9, j . . : n'.-nt iSunday at their respective fj I home--. vi Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koliaich and 'ihuisday evening X ! l.iimly Alice Ei.-M.-le and Maxine Blatn- ' O ••'•••> 'Aei.t to Blue Earth, Minnesota, on r'-jiidav to Mr. and Mi'i. Albert LUA.-IC and family. Mr. and Mr.->. A. C. Holubaiier and children from Algeria and Mr and i M'-'> t;r alld UK '' r ""-'Ct Gloria fcjwan- Mrs. Victor Hammer wt-rv last week i ; -°"- ail Ol Albert Lea, have been here . evening vi. itoib at the Win > the I week visiting at the home of Hammer home. The Holtzbaucr child- j tht: ^ a '"' P^enls, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. it:;. Hut:, and Robert remained ior an 'Meyer, ijr. over nigh; vi-it with their cousin, IJar- i Mr. and Mrs. Junior Otis of Forest win Hamm r, returning to their- City, came Sunday to spend the day with the lady s parents, Mr. and Mra. A tare. veil party ht Id Sunday Mr. and Mr.. P. J I O Mrs. Josephine Haay: went to Guiun- | al ein o *•* berg Saturday to visit the- tormer Mrs. r, Haa_'.j oaie-nl,,, Mr. and Mr't. Henry at the Ben Oi ch home- in i.oi.or of his daughter. Caiuime, who 1 1, leaving n-_.\t Saturday for Mt. St. and family. 1 Funds convent at Dubuyiie. iowa. 'i'lic til was oueat In plajiuy caicis. Cieul^e Lenerti i^f f ,Hel liioic 1'e- ^O^>-V.C^ < ^.vv•><.^v^>vv'>•",^'V'V.C^v•AV,O.C^vv.V-^*^-C^vv.O.O CelVcd high score. LLiJieii vv L,.> i,el to about U5 reii:tKe-» und IriellUs. Caj'l Trump. Little Paddy Otis who i ai> spent a. *<.ek here, leturheil houie with them. Mrs. Win. Schroder. Jr., went to St. Paul, Saturday where siie spent the day with her sifters, Matilda and Jennie, and her mother, Mrs. Anna Coupanger. Her sister, Jennie- is ill and in th-.- hospital. Then- arc dozens of things your home needs to put it in shape for the eoiniiit; Fall and Whiter seasons. New comforts, new eoiivrnieiiees and new safeties .should be added to lirinu you improved Jiving coiidi- tioiio. It won't he at all expensive if you act quick- f ly. Iiepairin^ and remodeling may now he done at *,\ la.-t-chaiice low prices, lie sure to j»-ct in touch with this expert organization and let us study your needs at once. Botsford Lumber Co. 1*1 nil if li.~i(J •Jim 1'inil, Manager LUMBER AND BUILDIN& SUPPLIES ******t****JV*tt***f*JH l ****J

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