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Three Gil-Is Held for Shoplifting. young girls were attested In Swea City iast Friday for shoplifting. They were brotight to Algona and it was found that they had also stolen some drygoods from the Haweott & ogg store, the girls were all under eighteen years of age and refused to lalfc. They were put in the county Jail over night And Saturday gave ttieir nameslw Oretchen Edwards* Bet* riadine Nltekowski and Lucille McBride, all of Mason City. It "teems that they had hitch-hiked over here and intended to go back the same day when they were attested. Then- parents were nottfed and the girls were allowed to go to their homes with the understanding that they would come back in September and appear before the judge in the juveh* lie court. Three Year Old Girl Loses Leg. Betty Ann, three year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R..O. Jasperson had her leg cut off below the knee last Thursday, on their farm near Cedar Falls. She skipped in front of a power mower which was being driven by her father and he could not stop it before the leg was taken off. Harry Ward has completed cutting his eighty acres of rye on the land which he own* south of Algona. This Is ideal ground foi? rye and Harry usually has a bumpef crop and makes very well on it Harvesting will be completed in this locality this week, however, most wn: have nnished by today. Next we will hear the hum of the threshing machine, but many farmers would father hear the song of prices going up. The Misses Leo Taylor, Wilma Eth- etlngton, Mrs. Floyd Relbhoff, ail ol t/nlonj Mrs. Leo Keefe and daughter, Elaine of Wihnebago, Minnesota, and Charles Graham of Algona were Sim • dp" dinner cuests at the Sam Zentflei home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Retohoff drove to Des Moines last week Saturday and brought home Mrs. ReibhoB's mother, Mrs. Doege, of Algona. She had been at Des Moines the past week and during her stay had her tonsils removed. John Etherington did Clarence's chores during his absence. They returned home Sunday. James Coady was the subject of a painful acj'deht last Tuesday evening. While starting a gas engine U- pump water, i,hc engine back flrcd and hi some way his right hand was caught onrt the flaw was torn from the bone of the largo finger. The palm of his hand was also bruised. It U a bad tune t.j be laid up as Mr. Coady has con- The Jaspersons moved to Cedar Falls sldb j ra . :n cut whlch needs to be about one year ago following the loss of nearly all of then- household goods | in a fire on their farm northeast of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stone and children of Lacrosse, Wisconsin, former residents here, arrived Friday for a visit with friends. Mrs. Heiserodt left Friday for her home in California after visiting her son, Lee and wife for two weeks. They took her to Mason City and she took the train from there. Mrs. Lloyd Pool came home last Wednesday evening, having been at the home of a sister, Mrs. John Kell- tag. Mr. Kelllng was burled at Goldfield Wednesday. Lloyd and little son went down for the funeral and visited a friend there, which was their former home. The Aid society met last week on Wednesday at the G. W. Brown home. Twenty-seven members were present and enjoyed Mrs. Rawson's interesting talk about the Holy Land. A friend, :Mrs. Miller, of New York City, accompanied her. Mrs. Shields, of New York City, daughter of Mrs. Moore, a slter of Rev. Woods, who Is spending the summer here, was present. The next meeting will be held July ?0 with Mrs. W. F. Jenkinson. and Mrs. F. L. Miller drove to Saturday. Mrs. Susie Eng^Algona, Mrs. Ellen Potter of ' stop is visiting here, accom- the home of Mrs. !,N. E. Johnson. A • was held . on Sun- cam* undJiyJw.spend a Cftpitola Gou-1 and Bcr- >rmr .spent Sunday at Clear youngest son of Mr. and ouls Bode, was ill with the summer flu most of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Wllvett dmve to Fenton last Friday evenlncr to call on Mr. and Mrs. Mervln Meyers. M>.c Leo Keefe and daughter, Elaine came down from Winnebago, Minne- aota, Saturday and visited at the Sam Zt-r.tner ana Mrs. Mary Keefo homos. Mrs. Dorothy Knutsen of Plum Creek and Mrs. Ben Gould of Union, motored to Britt in the former's car on Tuesday to visit Mrs. Soren Didricksen. BENEDICT irews T. F. Howard spent the week end With home- folks at Albla. Mrs. Wm. Welner and children were shoppers at Algona Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. 3. Fehr spent Bunday at the state park at Algona. Miss Mildred Loeblg of Wesley spent last week with Lorraine Arndorfer. Banker and Mrs. E. P. Rahm were shoppers at Algona last Wednesday. Mr. and MM. Morris Daley . were Shoppers at Algona Saturday morn ing. Irene Johnson of Rake Is visiting at the O. Johnson home this week. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid will meet July 31 at the Albert Ulstead home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osborn and sons spent Sunday at the Wm. Osborn home. Arlene Ulvasted of Jewel is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Joseph Anderson, this week. Mrs. John Homan left Thursday for St. Louis, to attend the funeral of her motlier. • Mr. and Mrs. George Ooetsoh were Sunday evening callers at the John Homan home. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Nielsen were Sunday dinner guests at the Hans Mortinson home near Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden and son, Harvey, of Ledyard spent Friday evening at the R. J. Campbell home. The Willing Workers society met at the Joseph Anderson home Thursday. Quite a large crowd attended and a delicious luncheon was served. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Cassell and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Vogel of Wheaton, Illinois, spent Friday night visiting with their old friends, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Campbell. Mrs. H. A. Nlssen and her daughter, Clara Hansen of Brltt, visited from Tuesday until Friday at the home 'of Mrs. Nissen's parents, the Chris Nielsen family. Jam^s, Hooper, who played , in -••"-'•"-' ^Trouble," a play, given,at r the " itauq.ua, was a -'dinner evening at the Bar- Helen Nielsen .and were hostesses' for the;oc- ar, ^Hopper's ' home is ,,ln t pes ' ' • .As 4. .^j! , i;.f'!-i ,vel>pit tm^he.R.'J., Oamp- was opened Sunday by a gra- _' from 1 Algona. Graveling ^ .Monday ^n- the 'four miles and one mile east of the pit. Ttie"bus k drivers and mail carriers will especially profit by this stretch of gravel, also the fanners living along this road. GOOD HOPE NEWS. Tne point you select fittec! instantly to the noluer you prefer The point that exactly suits your writing stroko and the holder that exactly suits your taste can be selected separately aiidpermaniiiitly combined— by us— you set; us do it. See them now. WAHl EVERSHARP fOUNfAJN PENS Fred W.Wehler & Co. Jewelers & Optometrists. Miss Amelia Arndorfer, was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Em- 11 Arndorfer. Mrs. John Arndorfer spent last week at Mason City taking treatments for sinus trouble. Miss Josephine Elsenbarth is visit- tog her sister, Mrs. Emll Arndorfer for several days. Rev. B. H. Loeffelholtz and house keeper, Miss Marie Moes spent Saturday morning at Algona. Miss Adelaide Eisenbarth left Monday for Humboldt, where she will be employed to a beauty parlor. Mr. and Mrs. George Clnk and fam- ly of Wesley spent Sunday at the tome of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Grangen- ett. Miss Estella Simons .who is employed near St. Joe spent Sunday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. Mary Simons. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Miller and family of Plum Creek spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Rose Arndorfer. Mr. and Mrs. Jule Seller spent Sunday at Wesley at the home of Mrs. Seller's parents, Mir. and Mrs, Cbas. Downs. The Misses Frances and Mathilda German spent last Friday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Arndorfer. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eich, Mrs. J. L. and N. H. Raskopf and Mrs. J. O. Downs spent last Friday at Fort Dodge doing some shopping. Mrs. Leonard Spechts and daughter, Emma ol Chicago, came last Saturday morning to spend several weeks with Mrs. John Huschka. Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer and Josephine Rosenmeyer remained for Clear Lake Sunday and spent the day at the Everett Stuessy home. Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer remainded for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eich and children and Mrs. John Witte and daughter, Anna, left Sunday for Oakdale and Iowa City. Mrs. John Witte and' Anna will visit their daughter and sister, Mary at Oakdale while Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eich will go to Iowa City on business. LOTTS CREEK NEWS D. W. Smith lost a valuable mule from the effects of heat > week ago last Friday. Rev. and Mrs. Wood and their guests Mrs. Mary D. Moore and Mrs. Bert G. Shields, spent Thursday and Friday of last week at Lake Okoboji. Mrs. Maggie Saathoff of Goodell has been visitng during the past ten days with her sister, Mrs. Ellen Tjaden and niece, Mrs. Ed. Broesder and other relatives In the community. Leonard and Lawrence Dittmer, twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dittmer, celebrated their twenty-seventh birthday Sunday of this week. They, with their families, spent most of the day at the home of their parents. None will care to miss the ice cream and pie social at the Good Hope community room on Thursday evning. An interesting musical program is being planned. Come and bring your friends and renew your acquaintance with your neighbors. Harvest rapidly approaching completion in this neighborhood and it is understood that threshing runs will commence operation this week. Now if we could have a twenty-four hour drizzle of rain for the benefit of corn and pastures it would make our happiness complete, maybe. The regular monthly "I Want to Know" service will be held at the hour of worship at South Cresco and Good Hope on next Sunday. Questions under discussion will be "What is the unpardonable sin?" "Please define sins of commission and sins of omission." It Is expected that additional questions will be presented between now and Sunday. Special music and a welcome to all. Mr. and Mrs. William Treptow accompanied relatives to Spirit Lake on Friday, July 11 to attend the funeral services of Mrs. Rebecca Bixby, who tuccumbed to an extended illness at Denver, Colorado, early the same week. Ii.terment was made in the family plot In the cemetery at Spirit Lake whence the remains had been conveyed from Denver. Our sympathy goes out to the bereaved relatives. A contest in the junior department of Good Hope Sunday School promises to cause considerable interest. The participants have been divided into two sides, Reds and Blues, the losing side to furnish entertainment for the winners at the close of the'contest Frizes are to be given also for proficiency in memorizing designated scripture verses. We prophesy that the ganv will be plt-yed with enthusiasm and good sportsmanship. Mrs. Walter Krause and Mrs. F. W. Jentz were Algona shoppers Friday. , Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meine 'and' family visited at the Fred Lieb home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wlchtendahl and family spent Saturday evening at Whlttemore. ,-." Mr. and Mrs, Robert' Schmidt were dinner guests at the Walter Ohm home in Fenton Sunday. "Rev. E. Fiene and daughter, Margaret, were Whittemore callers 'on Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Zwiefel visited Sunday with Mr. Zwiefel's sister and family to Minnesota. A number of relatives and friends gathered at the Edward Kuecker home Sunday evening to remind Mr. Kuecker of his birthday anniversary. Mrs. August Margraf of Fort Worth, Texas, and Mrs. H. E. Ohm and Helen and Lois visited at the Wm. Rusch home in Whlttemore a few days last v-tek. The following were entertained for dinner and supper at the Walter Krause home Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler and family, Mrs. H. E. Ohm and family, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Liesner and family and Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Jentz and family and in the evening Mr. and Mrs. Gus Krause and Edmund and Mrs. Fred Meyer of Fenton were there. WHITTEMOBE NEWS Joseph sttofft, who live near Rodman, last Monday,' This tt the first «shiW Jft tho family. Mts. Slkora tites fowefly Mtes Theresa Weber. Kathleen Cullen, Dolores Flnnell, and Leo Goeders of Emmetsburg drove up from Cedar Falls Friday, where they are attending summer school. They returned to their school work on Sunday. Mrs. Merrill Rawsoti and children left Tuesday morning for Elisabeth, Colorado, to visit a sister of Mrs^ttaw- son. They were accompanied by Mrs. C. M. Weir, mother of Mrs. ftawson. They went by auto and will be gone for three weeks. Anna Zlta Cullen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John 3. Cullen, left last Thursday for Richmond, Michigan, where she will be employed as linotype operator. Miss Cullen has been employed with the Whlttemore Champion for nearly five years. John Drew enjoyed a visit this week from his sister, Mrs. Carrie Wagner of San Jose, California. She had come to visit her mother near Emmetsburg, who is very 1117 Mrs. Wagner Was accompanied by her grandson, Charles Colneaty of San Jose. Patricia Ann Weir, who Is a first year student nurse at Mercy hospital, Sioux City, came Thursday for a two weeks' vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Weir, had been a patient in the hospital a week before coming home suffering with pleurisy. Mr. and Mrs. Dan McGilvary and Mr. and Mrs. Redman of Chicago visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Weir. Mr. and Mrs. McGilvary and Mrs. Redman were schoolmates of Mrs. Weir in Illinois, and it has been many years since the three have met. Word from Lucille O'Brien, who went to Rochester last week says that she Is in St. Mary's hospital where she will perhaps have to remain for three weeks. It was found that her tonsils were causing most of her trouble and they will be removed as soon as possible. Joseph. Goeders, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Goeders of Emmetsburg was visiting with friends here Sunday. Mr. Goeders expected to leave Tuesday for California to prepare himself again for the ring. Mr. Goeders is a light weight boxer and spent hut winter to the west where he won many bouts. Mrs. Brown of Tacoma, Washington, spent a day here during the past week. Mrs. Brown was formerly Miss Vera HoteUtog of this place several years ago. She bad been to Atlantic City, New Jersey, with her husband attending the Interational Kiwanis convention and they were enroute home. LAKOTA NEWS Wm. Schroeder was a business visitor at Mason City last Monday. Miss Grace Rink of Ledyard was visiting friends here last Wednesday. Adolph Weise left last Friday on a business' mission ,to 'Bancroft, South Dakota/ '- - -' ^ t ' <./ Mrs. Alt Jager and-tittle son of St. Paul spent last week here at the Fred Jacer home. \ • :, «•** and itfs made of Special Gray the finest furnace afe 8 Gomfort ifld Ecoiiemy JL into the New Colonial Ftymee (type O), Eight features that ate ALL found in this furnace alone. Note them carefully. they save you many dollars in fuel cost ... they bring you perfect heating comfort. * Besides— the Colonial is made of Woodward's thermelastic Gray Iron . . 4 the best 6f all futtiace materials. A special blend, the result of 60 years of furnace experience by the makers of the New Coldnial. Tough—elastic—it heats qulckly-holds heat longer— gives off heat more rapidly. It perforniB as no other furnac* material can. It requires less fuel to give up more heat constantly. 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Towne ft JtlatlMi OtnBMtlmu td fin 4ooM w and uh door, KUmtnatei i«> leak<> •it— elves perfect control ol draft. f Blf D««U« De«rt— Takei bis ohtmlM • of coal or we^d-Htwr to'l*« too* mth» of fir* box. • Grata Ban hare 3 ildei, worK • eeparatelr— No . eoiit clean tint where needed. Fuel eaten. Plumbing & Heating Phone 379. aunt, Mrs. J. C. Randall, Glenburn, North Dakota, spent a few days last week at Mason City visiting at the Michael Winter and Earl Goodnow homes. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Allen of Jamestown, North Dakota, and Mr. and' Mrs. Harry Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bassett of Minneapolis arrived here Friday to attend the funeral of Miss Jessie Bockholt. The ladles were sisters of Miss Jessie. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Koepke and Miss Henrietta Aaidirks expected to arrive home Sunday from a week's visit with relatives and friends in Chicago. Harold Breen of Tltonka had charge of the Koepke barber shop during the absence of Mr. Koepke. A party from Minneapolis driving a Hudson car was on his way to Sioux City when he ran into the ditch south of the Earl Cushman farm Thursday evening, smashing the top of the" car very badly. . The party said It was loose gravel which caused the car to go into the ditch, but .some who saw the accident say thnt it was too! much firewater. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Engelbarts of nenr Miss Helen Farrell came over from Forest City and spent the week end at her home. Prof, and Mrs. Jessen have driven to Elmhurst, Illinois, where they will visit relatives for two weeks. Lullls Smith came out from Chicago Sunday for a two weeks' vacation with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Smith. The Catholic Rosary society ladies are holding a large bake sale In the own hall on Saturday afternoon of his week. A baby girl was born last Monday to Vtr. and Mrs. LeRoy Farrell. The Farrells have two other children, a )oy and a girl. Rev. and Mrs. Faulstich have gone to Kansas City to visit with their daugh- ,er, Mrs. Engelhart. They will be gone two weeks. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. McCreery, Mr. and Mrs. Harve Dailey and Mrs. Chalus left Saturday for a three, weeks' vacation at the lakes. LeRoy Elbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Elbert, was injured one day the past week when he stepped on a nail which made a deep wound. Joseph Meurer was over from Wesley Monday to see his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meurer who were Injured In an auto accident Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Elschied drove to Carroll Sunday. Mrs. Eischled and the children will remain there for a couple of weeks visiting relatives. The Misses Carrie and Lillian Bierstedt, Mala Gade and Esther Ostwald have gone to Arnold's Park, where they have a cottage for a week's vacation Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hammes of Estherville and Miss Elizabeth Lawless of Emmetsburg visted one day the past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs Simon Roth. A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs Mrs. George Winter and Mrs. John H. Heetland were Elmore visitors one day last week. Mrs. George Mussman entertained the M. E.i Aid at the church basement last Wednesday. Mrs. Wm. Schroeder, Jr., and her daughters spent last Wednesday afternoon at Buffalo Center. Mrs. Wert Asche and daughter, Jean Spear, visited Gasena Jansen at the hospital at Algona last Tuesday. Miss Minnie Boettcher, who is employed at Mason City spent last week here visiting at the parental home. Mrs. W. E, Gutknecht and the Misses Emma and Lena Gutknecht were Mason City shoppers last Friday. Rosena Amelsberg has been in the hospital at Algona the past week, taking treatments for various ailments. Mrs. W. E. Ley is enjoying a visit from her mother, Mrs. Opal Wheeler, whose home is at St. Petersburg, Florida. J. E. Ukena was a business visitor at Albert Lea, Minnesota! Friday. He was accompanied by his children, Paul and Dorothy. Miss Gasena Jansen was operated on last week for appendicitis at the hospital at Algona and she Is getting along nicely. Car) Specht accompanied by his daughters, Elsie and Emma, were up from Algona Saturday afternoon and spent the time with friends. August Gutknecht is having the buildings on his farm southwest of town treated to a new coat of paint. H. J. Kline is doing the work. The Rev. O. H. Frerking family re- urned home last Friday from Twin Lakes, near Pomeroy, where they had pent two weeks in their cottage. Mrs. Alfred 0,'Keetfe lijvlng south of town has been ailing for some time and has considerable trouble getting about, as she is troubled with rheuma- Ism. Mrs. Mary E. Smith, who has been visiting here the past week at the homes of her sons, John and James, eft Saturday for her home at Algona. Mrs. Helmer Hansen and daughter, Shirley, and Miss Henrietta Kleist were at Frost one day last' week where they attended the funeral of an aunt of Mrs. Hansen. Mrs. Mabel Sheldon of Mankato, Minnesota, was in town several days last week writing Woodmen Accident Insurance for the Woodmen Company of Lincoln, Nebraska. Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson are getting settled In the M. E. parsonage. Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ledyard and Mr. and Poppe of this place 1 drove to, ....... . 'one day last week' where they took the lltle four year old son, of the Poppes through the Mayo clinic. They were informed that the chuld would have to undergo an operation. They expect to return and have .the operation performed in the near future. set the fracture. Mrs. Verald Smith and two children of Milwaukee are visiting with Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Grover, this week. Mrs. O. Pi McDonald visited several days last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gardner at East Chain, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Branch of Oak Park, Illinois, have been visiting at the H. O. Buell home. Mrs. Branch Is a sister of Mr. Buell. Mr. and Mrs. James West are visiting, Mrs. West's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Squire Hudson this week. They have been traveling In the south. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson and Mrs. Gertrude Thompson attended the funeral of an uncle of Mrs. H. A. Thompson at Humboldt on Sunday. Work of grading, the road from the D. .T/, Hobson; corner>at the pavement' to' the Ed. Ditmer 'home has been' started and it' will ,00 graveled later.' Word was received here from the Ira Hansen family and Miss Gladys Brace, who are on a -trip to' the Black stating that they, are having a fine Des Monies- to visit her Cousin,' Miss Julia Bourne. From Des Moines she will go to Fairfax, to visit with Mrs. Kelso. Mrs. Gertrude Thompson and Helen Thompson drove to Mason City Monday to meet Mrs. Earl Girton and children, who, will visit -here 'for several days. Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle and dtiugbter Rachel spent Sunday at the home of Dr. L. L. Can- e-t Clarcmont. Prlngle of KnoxvilJe, spent several days here with them the last week. The members and friends, of the M. E. church met at the church basement last Friday evening and gave a miscellaneous shower for Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson, who were just recently married. The Misses Arline Lewis and Gertrude Wortman accompanied by their Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ladendorf spent Sunday at Silver Lake. The Mite society will meet July 30 at the A. H. Meinzer home. Arlene Daniels is spending the week at the Ted Ringsdorf home. O. H. Schmidt has been ill for several days due to the hot weather. : Mrs. Ed. Moyer Is spending the week at the home of her son, Charles. Mrs. C. B. Coffin had her house repainted recently. John Martin did -the work. Mrs. R. L. Cogdill spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Fannie Albright near Sexton. Miss Alice Kluss of Fenton is visiting her sister, Mrs. Floyd Gibbons this week. Misses Whitney and Warner took Mrs. Mantor to her home at Cedar Falls last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H, A. Smith were dinner guests at the Oliver Graham home in Fenton Sunday. Mrs., Marie Johnston of Estherville spent Sunday here with her sister, Mrs. Gus Thaves. Those attending Epworth League institute returned home Sunday. All reported a fine time. James Goodwin enjoyed-a week end visit from Clark Elbert and Nate Stronn of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schrader of Hampton were guests Sunday at the Charles Schrader home. Misses Carroll and Helen McEwen spent Saturday here with Raymond Koestler and Helen Thompson. Buell Bedford and Harry Kent of Oak Park, Illinois, have been visiting at the H. Q, Buell home the past week. Mrs. Max Schmidt of Eldora returned home Sunday after visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Ollom. Mrs. John Brlggs has been at Algona getting acquainted with her new granddaughter at the home of her son, Alvin. Dr. W. T. Peters and Dr. Keneflck of Algona atended a medical meeting at Decorah on Wednesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brace, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf were dinner guests at the Gerald Brace home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Baker arrived home from Minnesota and Wisconsin, where they spent a week with relatives. William Nelson broke his arm in a fall on a cement floor one day last week. Dr. W. T. Peters was called to Dr. Clapsaddle and Dr. Carr were school mates. Earl Toothman received word last week of the death of Frank Ladd at Waterloo. Mr. Ladd was a cousin of Mrs. W. A. Ladandorf and the Bartlett Brothers. Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten and four children left Monday for Ambridge, Pennsylvania, where they will visit with Mr. Aten's mother. They will] have a three: weeks' -vacation.. Mrs. Agnes Harris of El Easo andl Mrs. Harris and Theda of Cairo, Illi-l nols, came Saturday to visit at the E.I E. Paine home. Mrs. Harris is Mrs.| Paine's mother. Mr. and Mrs. F. L.\ Brito and twol daughters and Mrs. Duiimanton and I grandson attended a reunion of the I Potter family, Mrs. Pratt remained! for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf and sonl and Darrcll White drove to Sioux City I Saturday to visit at the George Whitel home. Darrell has been visiting here] for several weeks. Mrs: Maude Hanna and son, and Mrs. Ellen Hanna went to Ami Thursday to attend the graduating ex-j erclses of Walter Hanna. They re< turned home Sunday. Mrs. Jess Thorsen spent several dayi lasl TreeK^'at^thei 'home of Mr. Thor sen's parents; while his mother was Webster City at the bedside of a BO who underwent an operation for ap pendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Clement daughter spent Sunday here at the ,H»; Bloesom ,home;*>They > w«re;: ingt^to.ttheh-^home in Ames spending several weeks at the l in Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. James Murray of gona spent Sunday here at the of James' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joh Murray. They have Just moved to ." gona from Eden, New York, wh ,theythave beenltor some time. Miss'Helen Schrader is taking place of Miss Viola Bleloh in.,, Dr. , T. Peters office while Miss Blelch visiting with friends in Chicago. Bleich accompanied Mr. and Floyd Koepke of Lakota to the dy City. Mrs. W. B. Brook and four dau ters arrived home Saturday from fornia where.Aerial had Just finisha school. Dorothy and Phyllis haij been living with an aunt in Aberdee South Dakota, the past four years ai Marcella has been visiting at Aberde for the past three weeks. HARD DAYS for TOGGERY! Summer gives men's tog- gery a lot of hard work, ,a,nd it is necessary to put tnem into expert hands for suitable cleaning and pressing. Flannels and sports clothes of all types are our special^ ty. Asl? us about our extra- rapid service for emergencies. No extra charge. PHONE US AND WE WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER i, t , -''„., Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 537. 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