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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, .August 13,1930 Miss fcdlth Greenfield frefit t#o days o! iAsi weeit help-rag Mrt. erVffle Bed* tick cook tor threshes. Mr. and Ml-s. Harvey Steven tepeiit Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Steven tod family neat dcrwlth. Mr. and Mfs. t>. J. Kutscflafa, M*s. Otto Neumon and Mrs. Ofvllle Hed- tick spent Sunday afternoon at Kanawha. Mr. afcd Mrs. Oscar itftttimond of Wesley spent Sunday evening at the home of her ffidthef, Mrs. Amy SMth, west of town. Lulu Amah spent from Wednesday until Sunday visiting with her cousins at Algona, the children of Mf. and Mrs. Walter Steven. Miss Ruth Miller and Lucille Maleug went to Fenton Sunday evening* where they were given charge of the evening church services there. Mr. and Mrs. John Bausch and Mrs. Wm. Klrschbaum were Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum and children. Mrs. Sarah Wise and daughter, Neil, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and Helen Wise were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise, east or town. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McDonald and family of Wheatland. Illinois, ^visited last week with their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and family north of town. .*.'.. .• Mr. and Mrs. John Bausch of Lewiston, Montana, visited a few days last week With his sister, Mrs. Wm. Kirschbaum. They left here for their home Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. John Wermerson of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Camp of Wlnterset were dinner' guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven Thursday of last week. Mrs. 'M, R Quirin and daughter, Hene, spent two weeks visiting with ' relatives at Hull and one week with relatives at ButhVen. Austin went after them Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and Edith were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Greenfield, south of town. In the afternoon all attended the camp meeting at Galbraith conducted by Miss H. Nell Maien. . . ' •_•... •.: .• Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Camp of Winterset came Wednesday'afternoon for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wermerson of Algoim and with other relatives in Algona and around Sexton. They left for their home oh Sunday morning. "; Mr. and Mrs. John Pink and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stott and family of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hawley and Naomi and Constance Joy of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs, Lou Bolenus and Robert and June were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders Sunday evening. __ „,-.>...- —1 + The Sexton Ladies', Ald.sbclety W entertained last week Thursday at the home of Mrs. Monroe 'Hotter,,south of town. • A nice little crowd .Attended and It was voted*, by 'the^adles^to piece another ~quUiiWh|chfys nojtf stjjfrti ed.^'It Js a'" ; Mrs; Hugh Jen.., T _^ ir ^_^^ w _ ol town, "left "Sundayr morning lor the home of her brother, Denny Maillot! and family near Ames. Prom there brjth families will go together* to'Des Moines where Mrs. Jennett Will take her son, Raymond through'the clinic for trouble with his ears.,. Mr,- and Mrs. Denny Malliett wlU go though the clinic and will also have their little son, Dickie's tonsils removed while there. They will remain a week or more. Mrs. John Bahr was greatly surprised Sunday afternoon when her sis* tef and family, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Davis Af West KainSr Missouri, and her brother, Henry Tidbali, of bttiim- wa catue tot.,a visit at her home. Mfs. Bah* had hot se6n her brother for fourteen years attd had not seen her sister for nineteen years, the; spent Sunday night With Mrs. Bahr* leaving Monday morning to visit another sister in the, southern fart of the .state as they only had a ten day Vacation.' B. P. Sparks and son purchased a new Ford truck Monday, LuElla Potter went last Week to visit with friends at Iowa State College at Ames. Mr. and Mrs, Archie McDanlels and twins of Sioux Rapids Were visitors on Sunday at the' D. D. sparks home. . Mrs. Wm." Runehey and daughter, Mary, spent Saturday at the borne of the former's sister, Mrs. John Utters, near Fenton. The Fred and Elliott Skilling families visited Sunday with the Thorsen Brothers and the Charles Tarrant family at, Lake Crystal, Minnesota, recently. Mrs. August Bahling and daughter. Esther, of Burt visited Monday with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Ray Brown. Esther is to leave soon with friends for the Black Hills. Mrs. L. Judd Brown and sons, Francis and Kenneth, and Miss Elizabeth Winders of Boone came up Thursday. Mrs. Brown and Kenneth remained for a visit With her daughter, Mrs. D. D. Sparks, and friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Jenklnson attended the funeral Sunday afternoon of Carlson Duane, twenty-one months' old son of Mrs. Jenklnson's nephew, Donald' Painter and wife )n Algona. The Palmers went to Sheldon two Weeks ago to assist Don's brother in a restaurant. WEST BEND NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos spent Sunday at the deal home near Rolfe. f M. T. Munson and son, Teddy, were Algona visitors on Wednesday afternoon. • Mr. and Mrs. Giles Geist of Mallard visited at the W. E. White home, on Tuesday. .,.--.. ~x'. Harold Mantz is spending some time at the home of his sister, Mrs. Duane Wilcox near Pioneer. Mrs. Alice Pease has been on the sick list the past week. Mrs. W. E. White has been caring for her. Mrs. Adolph Montag and children and Mrs. Myron Boos drove to; : Mason ,City.-.Thursday, >where -' theySsikitttkthe day. */ *' '-,~" f •' .•?*?,'..»-V- - t. «-/.»• i- .4. "sT r *" Dog*& Life Is Happy A ffair •The life of a dog, especially those canines with the Hagenbeck-Wallace circus, is a happy and pleasant allalr. These animals receive the best of attention and their wonts are personally looked after by Mlw Rose Rusch and other ^good-looking girls of the big circus family. ;,. When the Hagenbeck-Wallace circus comes here on Wednesday,'August 20 for afternoon and night exhibitors, patrons will witness several displays of highly educated dogs. Roy Rush, the trainer, spent many long hours the past winter educating them into amazing routines. They ride ponies like Jockeys, skate on rollers, dive from lofty ladders, and clear the hurdles in a series of remarkatjle jumps. Not only domestic animals but also wild beasts will be given prominent positions on the lengthy program, which will, be inaugurated by "The Golden Orient," a spectacular pageant of old Japan. An outstanding feature will be "The Great Wllno," who is actually fired through space with violent velocity from the mouth of a monster cannon: Mrs. Rich of Fairmont was transacting 'business here Thursday. Mrs. Ed. Hatverson and children were /Isltlng relatives at Frost Monday. Miss Edith Looft was a caller at Des Moines several days the past week. Mr, and Mrs. C. E. Campbell were callers at Swea City on Tuesday even- ng. Mr. and Mrs. John Tlllmoney of Ames spent last week here Visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden and son were business callers at Swea City on Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Medeske of cast )f Elmore were callers at the Ed. Hal- •erson home Friday. Audrey Engum of FrosC spent several lays last week here visiting at the Ed. Halverson home. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Campbell and hildren of Seneca spent Sunday at he Ed. Campbell home. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Sperry were iere last Monday getting their household goods ready to move to Renwlck. Mr. and Mrs. L. J.' Worden and son pent Sunday afternoon visiting his Ister, Mrs. Hefler and family near Granada. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and hildren left last Tuesday for Storm Lake to attend the rural letter car- iers' convention. Misses Alice and Doris Dunham re- urned "to "tlieir^home at Waterloo on Friday after having spent a week hero with their sister, Mrs. D. B. Mayer. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert White and children of Cedar Falls spent last Wednesday at the Leon Worden home lere. Mrs. White is a sister of Mr. Worden. The M. E. Ladles' Aid society met Thursday afternoon at the church jasement with Mrs. Joe Mayne as the lostess. A large crowd was present in spite of the intense heat. Mrs. George Schulte of Alexander, spent several days last week here vis- lti|ng With Mrs, Bjarrett 'and 'other friends. She will be better remember' ed here as Miss Barkema. The youngest daughter of Walter Dutton, north of town, passed away on Saturday evening after a short illness The little one was laid to rest In the Elmore cemetery, by the side of her mother on, Tuesday morning. ,, Mrs. Iver Brown- and sons of , Rolfe spent Saturday, evening I at the home of her.mdther,'?Mrs.' J,.S,iWill-' callers at the home of their' cousin, M. T. Munson, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. H. M. Mantz received word of the death of her sister at Cambridge. Mr. and Mrs. Mantz arid.'Mrs. Wash Harris drove to that place Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert ..White and two children of Cedar Falls spent Sunday at the home of -his parents, Mr. and Mrs.\,W> E. White. They are on their vacation. ,. „•> , ^^'^ r •Paul Dorweiler of Hartford, Connecticut,* came .last Sunday; - ; for a two weeks' vialtfa't the home of his mother, eller, 'ancV*wlth other 1 7 7T" *A *V- ^«v *V Mr. and MrsrH.'A. t6WL JI fto(J* / ikflCrl^ ftnQ'il and' daughter,' EulaV'' Lake Okoboji. and"* *-RalpL, , f „,.__ it Sunday;at Walter^ Williams returned home on 1 Sunday .from Ashton where he spent a few days visiting hi the home of. bis sister, Mrs. Bangert. » Mr. and Mrs. Hill of Texas and Mr, and Mrs. Tom Lowry of Rolfe were I America's Invites You N OTHING beats a few days' outing at the Iowa State Fair for real enjoyment —the largest agricultural and livestock exposition Si Americar-five million dollars in entertainment and educational features—3QQ acres brimming with interesting events .for fight days and nights. See the great National Air Show and Air Races, horse racing, auto racing, "Th« Awakening"—America's most wlossal open air spectacle, fifteen big hippodrome features, forty carloads of midway shows, Kryl and His Band, Society Horse Shows. 100 acre Free Camp. 6,000 head of livestock, hundreds of grain, produce, and farm project displays, .National Gladiolus Show, Americas lairrcst coys' and Girls' 4>H Club Show, 40 acre farm equipment show, statewide women's exposition, auto show, radio »hpw, $142,000 m cash prizes. Plan now fat a perfect vacation at thl* grvatett gf M State fair*, the /insH p»l(n» you can give the f«i.nUy iWj year *- my- where, or «f any out. Don't mitt ll> . - l * *- 4P<1Al*i£g^ X*a>L'B ~vt&.«VbleSOn, — f _ r , •They-'tormerly resided this place.,.. ^ f - * --R E.-i)ixon'haVa sale of some furniture and a Ford truck on the lot near ,the telephone ; office Saturday evening. A gocKKcrowcf-f attended the sale 'and things "sold fairly well. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Laird of Otho and Mrs. Hadeen and Mrs. Roy Kinseth and two children of Bradgate were visiting, at the home of Mrs. J. B. Williajns Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simmons were called to Wells, Minnesota, by the serious Illness of a son-in-law, who is hi the hospital at Mankato. At last reports he is a very sick man. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Simmons and son, Harold, drove to Rolfe Wednesday to assist with the threshing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Harr. They returned Friday afternoon. Mrs. O. W. Dubbs returned Tuesday from Little Rock, where she spent a few days, visiting her mother. She was accompanied home by her daughter, Mrs. M. DeBerg of Little Rock. The Eastern Star lodge gave a farer. well party for Mrs. -E. E. Dixon on Thursday evening at their lodge rooms. Mrs. Dixon was presented with a gift as a token of remembrance. . Mrs. George Montag and son, Billy, returned home from Estherville on Tuesday, where Billy had been receiving treatments in .the Coleman hospital. He seems to be improving. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. deal and daughter of Rolfe drove over Saturday evening after their daughter, Ivadel, who works in the office of Dr. Weber, She spent Sunday at the home of her parents. Vacation Bargain to CHICAGO SATURDAY, AUGUST 16 Bound Trip $16.19 Good on all trains, Good in sleeping cars on payment toy splice occupied, Returning Tickets will be honored for return to reach starting point by midnigtit, September 1st. Lots to See^-Lots to 4o I on a The Presbyterian Aid society met with Mrs. M. T. Munson Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. John Munson was assistant hostess. After the business meeting the hostesses served a delicious lunch. . Mrs. A. L. Pry and daughters, Helen and Mary Virginia, who were visiting Mrs. J. L. Henry, drove to Emmetsburg the first of the week for a visit, tyith Mrs. Fry's aunt, Miss"Em' ''' /Mrs. J. J. Weber was hostess.. at > a one , o'clock luncheon, Wednesday Bridge "was played during the afternoon. Mrs. J. H. Bardsley won the high prize. <Miss,Edris Vohs. of' ™- k ' ~"--i^>«te?l5l^fegueJ^ Mrsl Paul Mikes received their furniture Tuesday, They purchased It at Sioux City, the' week before and had it shipped here. They moved #nto, the cottage belonging to Mrs Martha Starin the 1 past week. ,.Mr. and Mrs, B. F. McFarland anc Mrs, Robert Tinsley' and ' daughter Natalie, drove to St. Paul the flrst of the week where" they will visit at the home of the former's daughter ant husband, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McGea. Misses Bessie and Dorothy Sloan were passengers to, Rodman Wednesday afternoon for a visit at the home of their sister, Mrs. Fred Wirtz. They returned home Friday evening. Mr and Mrs. Wirtz brought them home. Mr. and Mrs? Ralph Sloan and daughter, Eula, of Cedar Falls came Saturday for a week's~vacation. They were accompanied by Mrs, J. S. Williams and granddaughter, lona, who spent the past month in Cedar Falls. Mrs. Fred Border and daughter Winifred returned to Woodlawn, Michigan, Monday evening after a week's Visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Eli Bourrett. Mr. Border has charge of the telephone exchange at that place. .Word was received here Sunday evening that the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hurtz had passed away in a hospital In Iowa City, She had been operated on for mastoid twice, and was unable to withstand the second operation. Charles Webster returned home from Iowa City Thursday where he had been consulting with doctors in regard to his health. It will be necessary for him to return to Iowa City again, anc he will he unable to work at his business of tiling again. Mr. and Mrs. H, R. Bell and Mrs Ernest Dick and children drove to Des Moines Tuesday and met Mr. Dick, who was coming from Oklahoma to take his family to their home. They left Wednesday for Oklahoma City, after an enjoyable summer spent with relatives. Mrs. S. D, Jensen of Ames spent a couple of days In West Bend visiting her daughter, Marian and some of her old friends. Her son, John and family drove down from their home in Minnesota on Thursday and Mrs. Jensen went home with them for a few days' visit. The Jensen family are doing well and enjoying life at Ames, Rev. and Mrs. Zimmerman and family returned home Friday from an enjoyable vacation spent in Montana and Nebraska, They were gone three weeks and were glad to get back home again They found the crops all dried up in the west, except where the country was Irrigated. Rev.. Zimmerman was. in his usual place In the pulpit Sunday morning, Mrs. Showers pf Boyd, Wisconsin spent a few days with old friends anc neighbors her? and at Rodman. On Monday Guy atover took her to Algona where ehe took the bus to Mason City tq tee her brother, L. j. ifjusoW, who If» very W, eiw.rejachM his 4 i«9 hjBura Jjffoj&t fee, LEDYARD NEWS. en f/oiff bin . •'. Ivl FREE CQA slide in BANCROFT NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lund are the parents of a baby girl born Friday. Mr. and Mrs. ,A. Conlon and children spent Thursday at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Klnsey are the parents t of a-, daughter born ^Thursday Joe, drove ty on Mrs. Joe Welp and soi to DeOraff, Minnesota, business. ty' <* ' rj $s& Glen Cowing'^is again orjpthe job a — Bdy Brothers' }Btor,ejafterj ^fi'i^-^ ^^^A^atBfifefji^^mi6a<aB&-^^^ '* Miss -.Louise MotikGtixpF Hollandale Minnesota,^ visitlnjj>^ylth Bancrof friends thls,week. %, T* 1 ' Ed. Seeney left last —-,— r „.-.Dover, Delaware, to attend the?fun era! of his/father. v^ Miss Opal O'Kurn of Barnum, visited with her friend, Miss Georgia Car-mean last week. Mrs. Irma Johnson returned to Des Moines after r wo weeks visit at the Frank Lupin 1 oinc. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Fuchs left 01 Sunday for Waconia, Minnesota, for a visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald o: near Swea City are the parents of a girl born on Thursday. Plans are being made for a harves' festival to be held August 26th and 27th at St. John's church. Miss Leona Mescher left the last o: the week for Dubuque, where she wll" enter St. Francis convent. Sister Mary Eunice of Dubuque, arrived for a visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mousel, G. A. Guest and son, Virgil, left on Saturday for Streator, Illinois, to attend the funeral of a relative. Rev. P. Sturm of Ledyard and Rev. Wessling of Wesley were visiting at the Catholic parsonage on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jenks and son, Kermit, returned from Omaha, Sunday where they visited with relatives. Mrs. Agnes Searles and son of Ma : son City are visiting with her sisetr, Mrs. Eugene Erickson, this week. Mrs. Lulu Richards is driving a new Plymouth sedan purchased of the Motor Sales Company Thursday. The Misses Mary Doyle and Coletta Kockler spent Sunday at Lake Okoboji at the Harold Doyle cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Perlot and sou. LeRoy, of Granvile, were visiting with relatives and friends here last week. Miss Julia Quinn returned home from Des Moines where she recently completed a course in beauty culture. W. J. Hood and son, Hubert, left on Sunday for Minneapolis where they Will attend a grocerymen's convention. Mrs. Mary Lattimer returned home Irom Des Moines Friday where she spent the past month visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Priester and children of Whittemore spent Sunday at the home of the lady's mother, Mrs, M. L. Schiltz. Mrs. Leo Klocke and son of Albert Lea, Minnesota, are visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Merrill. Mrs. Eugene Erickson and daughter. Margaret, returned from Swea City on Friday where they spent the past week with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schemmel and children of Mankato spent Sunday at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schemmel. Mrs, Jacob Grethan of Mallard arrived Friday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Mary Seeger and at the G. D. Hart and John Williams homes. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kennedy drove tfl Opfthft Monday where they met the Mnke way for It—a supply of conl that won't cost you a penny. That's the "right now" advantage of joining our annual Hontrola l-'rcc Coal Club. And next Winter, you'll discover a lot of others. Balmy, Heatrola whole-house warmth. Purl bills cut nearly in half. New, modern beauty In the living room. A $2.00 deposit enrolls you. After that, you pay only $2.00 a week until we Install your pen- ulne Heatrola and deliver your ton of Free Coal. (A half ton If you choose the Heatrola Junior.) Then you may begin paying the balance on our convenient monthly payment plan. But remember—this offer Is limited. After August 20th no more Free Conl this year. So come In soon—or telephone, and Invite us to call at your home. Intensl-Flre Air Duct —the wonderful heat maker and fuel-saver found only In the genuine Estate Heat- rola. Kohlhaas Hardware The Genuine Estate HEATROLA There Is qnly One Hcntrolo—Estate builds It. ? •y? 'ormer's sister, Camilla, of California,! who will visit with relatives here. The banns of matrimony were pub- ished at St. John's church Sunday for the first time between Henry Rus- temeier lartd Mifcs Veronica Schilta. P. J. Schwartz of -Prairie Du Sac, Wisconsin, and De Paul E. Schwartz of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, are visiting at the G. H. * Doyle home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Aloysius Droessler and family of Pine Bluffs, Wyoming, arrived for a visit with the former's brothers, Ed., Alphonse and Mike Dvoessler and families. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schemmel and Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lonergan attended the funeral of the former's and latter's brother, Henry Schemmel at Mllford on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Brink and Miss Emily Welp left Wednesday for Waterloo for a week's visit at the L. J. Welp home and with other relatives and friends. Lulu Richards, Margaret and Florence Miller spent Sunday at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Miller, at LuVerne. Their brothef^Rl- chard returned with them for a 1 week's visit. ••'' f' , ' 1 Mrs, M, L. SchlltZ,,and daughter, Margaret, returned from Cedar Rapids Saturday- where they spenj; the past week.vSsltog with their daughter vij •• f«T ^!f i*fptf\$ 'Dr. ~nnd Mrs. E.' Howe and granddaughters, Mabel and Margaret and Mrs. E. Erickson attended a family reunion at the park at Mason City Bunday. Between eighty and ninety relatives were present. JV l< • ' Mrs. John xtecher, son^-John, find grandchildren, Bonnie and'Robert Mi*- Gilllgan and Delores Nemmers and Mris Frank Rcrker were visiting ot the Henry Recker home at Buffalo Center Tluirscny. Miss Bertha Lampe left Monday for Port Dodge after a two weeks' vacation spent at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lampc. She is taking nurses' training at the Mercy hospital at that place. Mrs. Callsta Elsbecker returned to Carroll, where she will resume her studies for a nurse after a three weeks' vacation spent with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Elsbecker and with other friends and relatives. Mrs. Elmer Dole of Rochester, Minnesota, Is visiting at the home of her parento, Mr. and Mrs. John Schumaker and with other relatives and friends. She will be better remembered as Miss Alice Schumaker before her marriage. - , Mrs. Lawrence McKillip of _., bridge, Nebraska, arrived Wednesday for a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mousel, and With r other relatives. She Will/be- better re* membered as Miss Veronica Mousel before her marr}ftge'. a j t/ + . ,q - .., f Mrs. J, o/Underlsoaer»of«Britt was vlslting.at»the ! Dr,, i j.\A. Divine home Sunday.!- a/fft. J.^Q, ?Kennedy,-, an<J for,' the * past' week , drove*ovej"«ww * Mrs. Underkofler and left for her home ter ana BISIOT,'Jworewsp^qw^ T»«JW^? i nurses training atlSpmaite. 1 *Tor tier's past month andli a*half she has been .' a patient-, at,'>SR«\?oseph's ( hospital, % 8ufferlng.from A aOs'nJita<jk of the pleurr ' isy. She will spend.a month at hex home here.^ iU , ' %> _ , < Your 'ifuBfiilW is Judged by your stationery, 1 * TT.,'P, M.-R, printing la ,. right. '" ^ i. . Bargains USED CARS '29 Chevrolet G sedan 1926 Master Buick coach .1928 Chev: 4 cyl. Truck 1928 Chevrolet conch 1929 Chev. 6 truck 2-1925 Ford tudors 1926 Chevrolet coach Ford truck 1928 Chevrolet sedan OIL AND GREASE Kohlhaas Bros. Phone 200 Algona, Iowa Groceries Depend ^P ^Vi^^MffiPnPqMRMv

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