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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, October 11, 1934 125 HONOR PASTOR AT FAREWELL IN LUVERNE FRIDAY Musical and Prayer Program Held; Fare wall Gift PresntJed LuVerne: About 125 friends of Rev. and Mrs. Baddeley and family attended the farewell party given In their honor In the church parlors Friday evening. Mrs. Neal had charjte of the entertainment. The program was opened by a prayer by Rev. EHrod. n*ew pastor of the Presbyterian church; a duet by Mrs. Ray Stone and Mrs. Harry Llchty accompanied by Mrs. Harold Phillips; piano solo by Mrs. Ray Stone and Helen Kuebler gav-? a reading. Rev. Lang of the Evangelical church gave a very Interesting talk which was followed by a talk of appreciation by Rev. Baddel*y. Rev. and Mrs. Baddeley were presented with a name quilt which was made by the members of the Ladles' Aid society as a farewell gift. A baby boy was born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Prank Gronbach. Mrs. I/:na Stripling was hostess to the Lutheran Aid Thursday. A birthday party was given in honor of Carl Schipull Monday evening. Mrs. Ruhnke 16 enjoying a visit with her daughter from LeMars. Mrs. Josle Will of Fairmont Is visiting her father, Chas. Orlmsehl who Is quite ill. Mr. Hansen of Forest City Is visiting his daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs L. F. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wadleigh entertained friends one day last week from Hollywood, Calif. Mrs. Huber is taking care of Chas. Orlmsehl who is quite 111 at the home of his son, George Grlmsehl. Glenn Godfrey of Fort Dodge visited the past week at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godfrey. Burtls on Sunday. Mrs. Walthan of Pennsylvania, was also a dinner guest. Kenneth, Melvin and Lawrence Marty, John Blumer, Eleanore Wolto and Wllma Merkle have finished learning the catechism In the Evangelical church and received their diplomas Sunday. A birthday party was given Monday evening for Harold Larimer. Rook was played at five tables. Mrs. Will- lams nnd John Phillips won prizes for high score and Albert Hefti and Carmen Hesse for the low score. The M. E. Missionary society met Wednesday with Mrs. Emll Anderson. On Thursday afternoon they were the invited guests of the Bvangrllcaj mls- Monary society at the home of Miss Florence Hof. Twenty-seven ladles were present. Mrs. Paul Blumer had charge of Ihe program. Ten members were present at the Progressive club meeting which was held Friday afternoon with Mrs. Wilma Moaner. An interesting paper was read by Mrs. A. L. Spooner on "The ^resent Status of Prohibition," and a :alk by Mrs. Ray Stone on "Youth Vfeets Prohibition." A musical number was given by Mrs. Harold Phillips and was follow-rd by initiation of Fred Graham into the club. The Methodist Ladies' Aid met on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Peter Thompson with Mrs. Ed Hof assistant. Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Schultz spent the week end in Fella with their son, Everett Shultz, who Is ill with typhoid fever. Jeanne Jennings who is attending college at Ames spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Jennings. LuVerne friends will be interested In knowing that Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marty of Cloquet, Minn., has a son born Sept. 30. Mrs. Albert Genrlch was called to Sioux City Tuesday by the serious illness of her father, who underwent an operation Monday. Mrs. R. J. Blumer entertained Mrs. Barbara Blumer and Mrs. H. J. Blumer Thursday in honor of their birthdays at a birthday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stone left Wednesday for Chicago where they will visit Mrs. Stone's sister and will also attend the Century of Progress. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, Jennie Mason, Mrs. Ollie Marshall and Charles Patterson visited relatives in Clarion, Belmond and Gait Sunday. Ruth and Phyllis Lichty. Virginia and Evan Llchty, Grant Jennings, Jr., and Bobby Biggings attended a Christian Endeavor convention in Spencer Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Chapman nnd family, and Mr. and Mrs, F. I. Chapman attended a birthday dinner Sun- drfy for George Kabele at his home in Goldncld. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Peitzke accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Fay Thompson ol Eagle Grove to Lytton Sunday to uttend the iuneral services of Mr. DeH,- zel, father of their ion-ln-law. Mrs. Jutte and daughter, Anna, of Webster Oily were at the home ol their daughter and sister, Mrs. Austin F. L. Millers Off For Trip in Minn. and Wisconsin Cresco: Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miller left Friday for an outing. They spent tha night at the James Reid home at Hec tor. Minn., and Saturday night anc Sunday at the M. H. Boals home a Clintsn, Minn., all well known here Monday the Millers expected to visit relatives at Fergus Falls. Minn., then a daughter, Mrs. L. H. Crawford and family at Minneapolis. They will go to Wisconsin following this visit. LONEROCK MOTHERS' CLUB HOLDS MEETING; READ INTERESTING PAPERS Titonka, 8-7 Victor Over Wesley, Baseball Wesley: By the close score of 8 to 1, Wesley went down to defeat at the hands of the Titonka team. Titonka started out the first inning by scoring three runs nnd held the lead until the first of the seventh when Wesley werlt into the lead 7 to 6. The Titon- klans then put across two runs In their half of the seventh to win the game. As the score indicates, the game was close and very well played though an cccasional error resulted in a few of the runs scored. LOCAL NEWS The Injury to Kenneth Brandow's eye is slowly improving. Albert H. Wepel of Webster City was a visitors Sunday at the P. M. Erickson home. B. F. and D. D. Sparks went to Mallard Monday and Sioux City Tuesday on business. The Geo. Brazee family were visitors Sunday at the Fred Zeiglcr and Will Martin home In Algona. Several from here attended church services in Algona Sunday and also on Monday evening at a farewell for Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse. The Mothers and Daughters club was well represented at the County Federation of Womens clubs meeting: last week Tuesday held at the Baptist church. S. L. Olson of Kumboldt was Saturday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Olson and little daughter accompanied him home and returned on Sunday evening. Mrs. Warren of Spencer came last week Tuesday night to the H. T. Sab- n home. All spent Sunday at the Dan Shultz home at Ooldfleld. This week Mrs. Warren is visiting with Mrs. Esella Sabln in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Carroll of Al- jona have been looking after the farm duties of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown, latter returned Monday from a tehlng trip near Brainerd, Minn. The Carrolls have returned home. Mrs. Carroll Is suffering an attack of asthma. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Potter and mother, Mrs. L. A. Potter, left early on Wednesday morning of last week, tak- ng the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Tilton to their home at Oowrie after a week here. The Tiltons spent he night before with their daughter, Mrs. Daisy Cook in Algona. Congregational Church. Church School at 10 o'clock. Morn- ng worship at 11 o'clock. Sermon topic, "A Great Task for the Church." Young People's Meeting at 6:30 o'clock. Four Square Groapel Revs. Meyers and Dallry, pastors Thursday evening at 7:45; Saturday evening at T.45; Sunday afternoon at 2:30 and Sunday evi-ning at 1:45. That Combines Price with Satisfaction The entire printing department of The Algona Upper Des Moines is at your service in your printing needs. For little jobs or for big runs of extravagantly planned literature, we are equipped to serve you. Oar Prices Will Please You. Let Us Kid on That Next Job. The Algona Upper Des Moines Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hanselman of Waterloo arrived here Saturday and are guests this week at the A. A. Lyon home. Mrs. Archie Hutchison left Tuesday morning for Des Molnes to visit her two sisters, Mrs. F. E. V. Shore and Mrs. Gardner Cowles until Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. SJostrand and Dorothy Sellstrom, Gertrude Nelson and Bill Nagel, the latter three student of Gustavus Adolphus college In St. Peter, Minnesota, spent the week end in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peterson of Spirit Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shell- myer of West Bend were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spilles. The ladies of the three families are sisters. Mrs. George St. John had the misfortune to break her left arm near the wrist last Thursday while cleaning the bird bath in her yard. The break was a painful one and is causing Mrs. St. John much discomfort. Mrs. Gordon Dingman and daughter, Betty, returned to their home In Chicago Sunday evening after visiting at the Leo Spilles home here and with other relatives in West Bend. Mrs. Dingman and Mrs. SDiltes are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller accompanied the former's father, E. R Waler, a guest here at his son's home Friday, to his home in St. Paul Saturday 'or a visit over the week end. The Wallers attended the Nebraska-Minnesota. football game. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McEvoy and their children spent Sunday in Fort Dodge where the former attended a district meeting of the Knights of Columbus. jawrence Wlnkei also attended the meeting. Mrs. McEvoy and children visited at the J. F. Biggins home. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Windell left on Monday afternoon for Belmond to spend a week with a daughter. From there they will go to Stanley to visit with another daughter and on November 1st will leave for Corpus Christi, Texas, where they plan to spend the winter months. Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Edge and family are expected to move their household ;oods from, their Sheldon home into the Methodist parsonage here Thursday. Rev. Edge was appointed to the ocal church, to take the place of Rev. 3. V. Hulse who has gone to Cherokee to be the pastor there. Betty Backus, Margaret HuUerman, Maxine Jones and Mrs. Olen Biesmier returned Sunday evening after spsnd- ng the week end in Des Moines with riends and relatives. Philomena Qulnn accompanied the girls also but remaln- d there for a longer visit with Mr. .nd Mrs. W. H. Cummlngs. Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Hobbs of Minneapolis came here Sunday for a visit at the John Bieser home. Mr. Hobbs eturned home Sunday evening but. Vlrs. Hcbbs is remaining longer to be with her father. Nick Barbaras, who Is leriously ill. Another daughter of Mr. Barbaras, SLster M. Angela, and h'.r companion of Ann Arbor, Michigan, arrived here Monday morning and are •xlso staying at the Bieser home where Mr. Barbaras Is oonfined. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Schwieiert and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll left Friday morning together and Mr. and Mrs. Schwl-itert viiited an aunt and uncle of the latter, Mr. and Mrs. John Mechler and other relatives in Iowa City and Oxford. Mr. and Mrs. In- spent the time in Cedar Rapids Mrs. R. L. Padgett Hostess; Mrs. Fletcher, Wegener, Householder on Program Lone Rock: The Mothers club met at the home of Mrs. R. L. Padgett last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Householder was assisting hostess. The following papers were given, "Try Praise Instead of Blame," by Mrs. Fletcher; *Help Boys and Gdrls tb Tell the Truth" by Mrs. Fred Wegener: "Exceptional Child Dulli Brifent and Especially Talented," Mrs. Calvin Hous--holder. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Frank Flaig with Mrs. Ray Blerstedt assisting hostess. Election of officers will also take place. with their son, Tyrrell, the Grimm, Wm. Kircneclc and Craven Shuttleworth families. The two couple returned here .Sunday evening. day morning on an extended trip through Minnesota. Wisconsin, ?nd Illinois. whcr-.i they expect to visit with friends and relatives. They also expect to take in the world's fair before returning. During their absence, th-:ir son, Dulph, ami his recent brlte, the former Alberta Grosenbach, who returned Thur.-day evening from their honeymoon trip in Chicago, are now living in Uieir home. Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Miller will move into th<ir new h'jnie on South Harlan street when the elder Millers return. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Donovan. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Donovan of Bellingham, Waihignton, and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Donovan of Wesley returned Saturday evening after a week's stay in Chicago where they attended the world's fair. Fred Swan recently received a car load of western sheep. Beginning last Sunday, church will be at 10:30 and Sunday School at 11:30. Mr. and Mrs. Vidor Whalen of Dol- Hver visited at the Roy Jensen home Sunday. Pearl Hanna returned to New York City last week Monday to resume her teaching. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener spent the week end at the Wm. Kester home at Buckeye. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs. John Sprank Friday afternoon. Mrs. Carl Wrlebush of Omaha came last Monday to visit her mother, Mrs. LIUIe Worthlngton. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiener Thursday which has been named Shirley Jean. Mrs. C. Madison entertained the Ladies' Mite society in the basement of the church Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. OrviUe Rosendahl of Superior visited at the parental Wm. Krause home from Friday until Sunday. Jack Qulnn and son, Kerwood, took Mrs. Wm. Mouw to her home at Pipestone, Minn., Saturday, returning home Sunday. The Helping Hand club will meet on Thursday at the home of Mrs. Glenn Sharp. Mrs. Arthur Priebe will be the assisting hostess. Chris Shaser is having a new hog house built on hla farm northeast of Lone Rock. Wm. Kennedy is doing the carpenter work. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rath and family of Algona and Mrs. John Rath and son, Lawrence, were Sunday visitors at the Chris Shaser home. Mrs. Edward Blanchard of Irvington Is spending a few days at the parental A. D. Newbrough home helping care for her grandfather, John Newbrough, who Is 111. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt and Mrs. Dransfeldt's mother, Mrs. Margaret Davison, wthe Sunday dinner guests at the Frank Bahllng home near Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Godden and sons, Gerald and EUwyn and daughter Esther and Warren Rlngadorf were Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Godden home at Fairmont. The Young People's rally will be held at the local church this week Friday and Saturday. Dinner and lunch will be served by the ladies of the Mite society at the school house. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Leeper went to Brownsdak, Minn., Saturay to attend the funeral of their brother-in- law, G. W. Lee per. Mrs. G. W. Leeper Is Wm. Leeper's half-sister. Mrs. Wm. Fischer and Marie Stoffel attended the Cattle Congress at Waterloo from last Monday night until Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Estel also attended the Cattle Congress on Thursday. Mrs. C. M. Whitehlll and mother, Mrs. A. M. Curran of Waubon, Minn, who has been visiting at the Whitehill home, drove to Rockwell City on Friday to vUlt Mrs. Curran's brother, Fred Heath. Mr. and Mrs. George Prulse of near Phillip, South Dakota, arrived at Uv: home of Mrs. Prulse's brother. Leonard Hcfrdt last Wednesday. On Thursday they went to Mancson to attend the funeral of their uncle. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and son, Donald went to Detroit last Monday to visit their daughter and faml- ily, Mrs. John Flynn. The Blanchards also expected to attend the world scr- ies baseball games at Detroit. Mies Aline Martlnek spent Sunday at the home of her parents. Miss Josephine Glrres was unable to teach school several days last week on account of sicWiees. Mr. and Mrs. A. Martinet and Mr. and Mrs. Amos Angle went to Manly and Mason City Thursday. The Ventelchfr family is enjoying a visit from friends and relatives of Elgin, Nebraska and Carroll. The Doan Ladles' Aid meets this week with Mrs. Olgft Hot*, with Mrs. Dorothy Dspew as assistant hostess. Albert Martlnek and Toney Ventelch- er accompanied Emmet Pattz to western Nebraska on a business trip Sun- ly. Mr. and Mrs. Scholes of Blue Earth, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hoot of South Dakota visited their cousin, Jerome Hawkins, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. Martlnek visited relatives at Fort Atkinson and New Hampton last week. They also took in the Cattle Congress at Waterloo. Word has been received that Miss Helen Hawkins, who had an operation for appendicitis is getting along nicely. Miss Hawkins Is taking nurses' training at Omaha. A family dinner was given at the Phil Burlington home Sunday In honor of the daughter, Blanche, who was recently married to Leo Orthel. In the afternoon a shower WBS gvein Hie bride. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Johnson and Grandma Ringsdorf all of Stillwater, Minn., were callers at the Albert Mar- tlnek home Sunday afternoon. These folks are old time residents of the Doan neighborhood. Whittemore Folks Purchase Cafe at Swea City Lately Whittemore: Ava Simpson purchased a restaurant at Swea City the past week. Charles Scheme! who has been employed in the Rooney grocery store has been employd to work for her. The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Schemel are sorry to have them leave but wish them success. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jergens and Will Higgins. Art Fandei of Truman, Minn., spent Sunday with his family here. Phil Dorweiler of Fort Dodge was a business caller in town Thursday. John Mergen of Omaha Is here visiting his mother, Mrs. Margaret Mergen. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Swanson attended an undertakers' banquet at West Bend Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elbert and family of Garner spent Sunday visiting with local relatives. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Geelan and week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. LeMar.5 Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crawford went to the Twin Cities Friday to spend the week end visiting relatives. Mrs. Bertha Skow of Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin, \a here visiting friends and attending to business matters. Mr. end Mrs. Ralph Albright and What a break—Just when my old tires have run their last mile. I can trade them in at Gambles on new non- ikld tires for winter driving. And at sale prices, too—as low as $3.25 cxch. 41 baby of Burt visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hahn Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Oeelan, Tom and Rose Oeelan of Ruthven spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Oeelftn. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley of Irvington spent Monday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seeley. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jerfens and family of West Bend visited Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Oeorg Jergens, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cavanaugh spent Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cavanaugh of Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Hubert and daughter, Joan of LuVerne were guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. Emma HUbert. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuecker entertained a few of their friends at a party Saturday evening at the J. E. Walker home. Father Velt and John Van Hlse returned home Saturday evening after enjoying a two weeks' fishing trip in the north. Frank Foley, Herman. Clarence and Harold Elbert and Father Hyland are enjoying a fishing trip In northern Minnesota. Mrs. F. B. Benedict of Guthrle, North Dakota, came Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs. M. P. McDonell and other relatives. Tony Schmidt and Wm. Gengler left Sunday for Dubuque to visit relatives. They will also attend the Century of Progress while away. Mr. and Mrs. James Walker went to Delaven, Minn., Friday to spend a few days with their sons, Delbert and Harold and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ostwald and son, Wm., went to Gaylord, Minn., Friday to visit relatives. They returned home Sunday evening. Irene Foxsen returned home Wednesday after spending some time with 'riends in Chicago. Ida Peschon returned home with her. The ladles of the Rosary society of St. Michael's parish will hold another jopular card party Thursday evening. Everyone is Invited to attend. Wm. Eihler of Lakeside, Michigan, and Chas. Eihler of Orchard Place, II- inols, visited their mother, Mrs. A. Eihler one day the past week. Rosela Volgt who is a student at the lamlKon Business College In Mason City, spent the week end with her par- snts, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Volgt. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. Obartes Salz and Mathilda Ktf- lasch returned home Saturday after sp:nding ten days visiting relatives In Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Slmes and 0cm, James, of Canton, South Dakota, and Mrs. Frank Fauen of Leeds, South Date**, visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Higgins Monday. Mrs. M. O. Weir and daughter, Patricia, returned home Saturday morn- Ing after spending two weeks visiting relatives in Illinois. They also attended the century of Progress while there. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Duffy are the proud parents of a baby boy named John Lewis, born Saturday. This is the first child In the family. Mrs, Duffy was formerly Dorothy Bestenlehner of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reynold and children of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Klnsella cf Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Klnsella of Ventura visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. M. P. McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. Jot*i BJsenlus and their daughter, Leona. were In Algona Sunday afternoon visiting Mrs. Blsen- lus' parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Dahl- hEtrcr, who are 111. They are at the home of their son, Sheriff Dahlhauser and family. Mrs. Peter Schumacher returned to her home Wednesday after spending two weeks with her mother at Rochester, Mrs. Jake Thul of Clarion. The friends of Mrs. Thul will be glad to hear that she was able to return home after her operation. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hediger, son Edward, Mr. and Mrs. A. Elsenmeyer and George Kerker of Champagne, HI., visited the Peter Elbert, Elsele ana Fandei homes over the week end. They had been to Minnesota to attend the funeral of John Elsenmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Elbert and son, Otto, Mrs. J. P. Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandei, Mrs Joe Elsele, son, Frank attended the funeral of John Elsenmeyer at Bherburn, Minn., Satur. day. Mr. Eisenmeyer was a cousin of the ladles who attended the funeral. Wife of the "Kinff of Jewel Thieves" Reveals How He Robbed • FauWonablo Woman of a $250,000 Pearl Necklace. Told In The American Weekly, the Magazine DIs- trlbnted WHh Next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. I'm Tender, Fresh and Delicious Because I'm First Quality From the Meat Department of Long's Food Shop three men are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Donovan of Bellin.ghkm, Washington, have be-_'ii visiting old friends and relatives in this vicinity for several weeks. They were accompanied by the former's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Donovan, who had b:en visiting them She will stay here at the R F. Donovan home for some time. The Roy Donovans expect to return to their home in Washington in a few weeks. Lutheran Church M. A. Sjot.tr.uui p*u>t<ir Choir rehearsal this evening at 7:30 in tht church. The Ladt.j>' Aid will meet tomorrow afternoon in LuUier Hall. George Spongberg and Brundage wil] be the Couiiniuiiiou cUibs on Saturday at 8 a. in. Sunday School next Sunday at 10 a. ID. The Lord's Supixr will be celebrated next Sunday at 11 a. in. The Northern District of the Iowa conference will hold meeiingo In our church on Oct. 15 and 16. All our members are Urged to b>- urt^enl at Ihi2ve iiu.-et.ings. Church Paijrr Week October 14-21. Kindly remember (!».- annual buiaar and cafeteria supper on Thur&<ia>, Oc- Ubi-r 18 Tlie Junior Minion Baud vull luwjt on Saturday aUenioun at 1!.30 in Luther hull. The Hen BaJtkeii* and Ro^> will -.nt/crUin. UNION NEWS Mr. and Mrs. John Etherington left Saturday morning for Pella on busi- mss. Roland Bod-_- of Plum Creek spent the week end with his cousin, Bernard B(jde. The W-.sley Householder family spent Sunday with relatives at Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hofius motored to Mankato Sunday to tpend the day. Mrs. Ray Butterfteld took Mrs. Albert Butlerfield and Mrs. Ben Gould to Forest City in her car last Friday. Mrs. Geo. Rich and daughter, Ruth, have been at the John Rich home near Hobarton, caring for their farm dull-, s while the latter are taking in Jhe world's fair. Mrs. Lena Pierce of Dwight, 111., a sister of George Boevers, has been visiting her brother the pa&t week and also with relatives at Fenton. She returned home Friday evening. A picnic supper and wiener roast was held at the Louis Bode home on Sunday evening. Those participating were the Win. Ryno family and Irene Lamuth of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs John Lamuth, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. PuUi vf Britt. Lucille Bode accompanied the Puths home for a few days' visit. Government men have betn busily engaged the fore part of la^t week gathering grass seed from the hillside near the saughter hou&v adjoining highway 169 to be used in the drou.h stricken areas. They atjo gathered wild flowers buibo and iteds to be plaiit-.d at Aiiit-s and ^ be au:t out KJ state iNtrka and voi'iom pla<xs where our wild flowers will be nourished and kfjpi, lor future generations to :»ouie vaaietiuo. may litit becouit extinct. &JUjc ulanu Were alao taken uy to be truiiiplaiitctl J .r liie -uiue ijunjo.-A 1 . Read tlie Want Acb—It Pays. VOTE THE ROOSEVELT TICKET NOV. 6 Hold on to the NEW DEAL MBER... DEMOCRATIC arc pledged to work for tk« President's program. ELECTION of Democratic candidates assures continuation of IOWAS OWN NEW DEAL VOTE THE NEW DEAL Th« fir.t SQUARE DEAL you *v«r h«d

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