The Upper Pea Moines-Bepubllcaii, September 17, 1930 Mr. and daughter pt. the hd»t fef HPBI»|» at JUtst* last MGarfln Helen and j about eight: ... daughter, I" «and family at FUnt, ft.ft. Saskopf, t MtB, Martfii Rlhm , afternoon at «tonkft at Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sleic o. Biwns it M&day te!8Lof Shackelford, mother teach, are here from !S Dakota, for tt visit wlt^' bom leptember Rlfea and ftoerly MUs carolifie Pertl of | s more. ' Mr; and Mrs. Ed. Blerstedt, Miss dt of Lone Rock and Mrs. of Whittemb*e h&ve I North Dakota, for ft 'visit.' Fargo. _ his hand put on a belt Oil 'ft ,, —- »-white the engine was sin motion. His hand was thrown |against tb,e flywheel of the engine. . i MrTaM Mrs.'Jerry Sullivan and jtwo .daughters of Armstrong visited .Sunday and Monday at the home of |Mr: and Mrs. Henry Fewer. The sui- IJivans had Just returned from a trip |to Illinois. ; Miss Kathryn Haag and Harold Roth etumed home Saturday from a nine tday trip through Minnesota. They dted wtth the Clarence Glasgow at .Fergus Falls, spent a " ffpjaftk drtsgenett afid Mrs. teander StudeT drove to seme parts of Missouri IWl Thr • ^- • - who y teturned home Saturday and him slowly improving, «hose who attended the Loeblg-Arft- dorfer wedding mass at Wesley last Wednesday mofningf were Marie and Wllma Arndoi'fef, Louisa and Mrs. Jule Amdorfer, Mrs. Emll Arndorfer, Mrs. Morris Daley, Mrs. f>. f. Immerfall ahd son, Edward, Mrs. Chas. Stuff- lick, Mrs. Leo Studer, Miss Frances Gettnahn, Mrs. Rose; 4rfldorfer and Mrs. A. J. Fehr, HOPS NfiWS. deo, Boeta-s and sen, n CW, were otter Sun••*-. —-»— — **** *. 3. fieurn* family and attendants at Good Hope eer- vices. The A, M. dustafsoli family drove to Fort Dodge on Sunday where they ———*•*•- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Patten ile, and Mrs. N. A, Scott, Fmton News Items Vet and Son, Minneapolis, vfsited the George ag family at Faribault and the An- Haag-Gappa family at Madella. Mr. and; Mrs. ,6'l'ey Gunderson went D Rochester last week where Mr. Gun- Herson will consult the Mayo clinic -ncerning his health, which has not en .very good the past year. The Sundersons live near Cylinder and Gunderson is. a daughter of Mr. ate, Helmke of Whittemore. E Oscar A Ppirot, F. 6. Hahn, Erwin '—i, Walter Vaudt and Dr. Wood. of Whittemore and Wm. Weg- iier of Clinton-le$» Monday morning - Sisseton, South Dakota, where 'will spend a week hunting. They make their headquartere at the i hohie of Dave Schwarm, who |rmerly lived' near;Whittemore. ST. BENEDICT NEWS. 1 t Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Raskopf drove to ' Itt last Thursday afternoon on busi- Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fehr and T. F. toward spent Saturday afternoon at Jgona. |Mrs. J. L. Raskopf and Mrs. J. O. were shoppers In Algona Satur- afternoon, ' FLeo Immerfall of Mason City spent 'unday with his parents, Mr.'and Mrs. F. Immerfall. 3en Dorr of Lime Springs spent . with' her (parents, Mr. and Greg, Studer. fRev. B. H. Loeffelholtz and house- eeper, Miss Marie Moes, were shop*•— at Algona on Monday, ...... :.and Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer left it Thursday on their wedding trip j, Morgan, Minnesota, and other, pojnts., 'MR Und'SCrs. George Simons and n, Robert, of Jlrvlngton, spent Sunday tj» George's mother, Mrs:" Mary Sl- bons. f Mr. and Mrs. Emll Arndorfer and Amelia Arndorfer spent Sunday noon at the Isadore Eisenbarth tie, iMrs, Al Rosenmeyer and ner moth- Mrs. John Huschka and Lorraine Wise has been staying with Edith Greenfield during the absence of her mother last week and this. Mr. arid Mrs. Lloyd Steven and the latter's mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise, were Saturday evening supper'guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips, of Hurt. •-'Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nelson, who live south of towit are the prOud parents of an eight pound baby boy, bdrn at their home last week Friday evening. Mrs. Naomi DeWilde and her little daughter, Constance Joy of Mason City are visiting with her aunt, Mrs. B. E. Sanders this week as she has her vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hammond and Mr. and Mrs.. John Hammond of Wesley were Sunday afternoon callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Strother Wise, east of town. Jacob Weaverleft last week Monday evening for Indiana, where he was called on account of the serious Illness of his aged, mother w.hp lives there. She wjas out'here for'a visit about twelve years, ago/.' .' . Mrs. W. F. Trainer, and baby daughter, Mary Parice, from Birmingham. Alabama, came Monday on the one- thirty; bus from Mason City for a visit with Mr. and Mrsi Arthur Benschoter, south of town.< ' Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Brethorst were all of Booae. The group Joined to gethet for a picnic dinner at the park S?d for a social afternoon. Mrs. Pat* ten .and Mrs. Scott are sister and mother, respectively of Mrs. Gustafson. Most inspirational services were held at South Cresco ahd Good Hope on Sunday morning at which reports for the past year were read by toe heads of various departments and plans made for the new year. In many ways the year closes as one of the most successful of several past and the outlook for the new conference year is most encouraging. The junior department of the Sunday School has had much to do with ^several meritorious accomplishments of the year. Next Sunday Is the last of the present year. The sacrament of baptism will be administered and members received as circumstances permit. It Is hoped that aU members of the congregation will plan to be present. On VM*timt Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hayengn left last wee* Wednesday for a two weeks' vacation trip. They were accompanied as fat ag Waterloo by their daughter, Mrs. Haity Haase, who will remain there for a short visit with relatives. Their next stop win be at Oolesburg for a Visit with friends. They will visit the Dells in Wisconsin and Mr. Hayenga's childhood home In Emden, Illinois. They will also visit the William Siinnis home at tJrbana, Illinois. Mr. Simms was employed on the Hayenga farm a number of years ago. metsburg last week. From there they will go to Iowa city where Mrs. Schut Will comult with doctors. She has been ill for several weeks With goiter and Itteart trouble. LONE ROCK NEWS. called to Buffalo Center Monday afternoon as then- little granddaughter, Verna Brethorst, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Peter Brethorst, was very sick and had'convulsions. A large number of Sexton young people were invited to a surprise party on Stanley Gardner at the home of his parents Saturday evening. The occasion was his birthday and. everyone had a good time. Mr._ and Mcs. Lloyd Steven, Mrs. Sarali Wise and son, Herman left on Sunday morning for Iowa City, where Mrs. Lloyd Steven will enter the hospital ' Monday morning. ' Her. mother, and Lloyd and Herman will be'there Tor a week. Mrs. M. E. Olson left Monday morn- Ing for Rochester, Minnesota, where She will, go thrpugh .the clinic at the Mayo, hospital., : ^ ¥a(or man. and WS wlfe at Plum Cree'c as his wife will be operated on Tuesday morning. Mrs: A. L. Greenfield left last week Tuesday morning wiht her sister, Mrs. Rose McCray frolm Helena, Montana, for Princeton, Illinois, where they will visit with another sister and brother. Mrsi Greenfielfl will return home the last of this week. What Coultf Jbdd More Comfort? Tp your, home through the crisp fall and cold wiu- ster days and evenings just ahead than one of our ^luxurious new Living Boom Suites'? Lee Parson visited John Headwell at Elbow Lake, last week. Mrs. Frank Ellison and son of Algona were in town Tuesday. Miss Evelyn Behrman spent the week end with her parents at Bancroft. • Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cotton returned home Friday night from Des Molnes. The skating rink drew a large crowd Saturday night and all reported a good time. , Robert Dreyer will hold a closing out sale to November and will move to California. G. A. Sharp and Nick Gengler went to Chicago Saturday night with a car of chickens. Mr, and Mrs. .Harry Rahn went to Wisconsin Tuesday to get Mr. and Mrs. Glen Leeper. Mrs, John Rath and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt visited with friends at Titonka Sunday, Mrs. James Ackerman and daughter visited at the C. Gushing home at Swea City on Thursday. Harry Brown of Estherville, who has been helping the Standard Oil man, returned home'Friday. Mr, and Mrs. Joe Shaser and daughter and son'of Bunda, Iowa, visited at the Chris Shaser home last weekV Miss Lura Sewick, seventh and eighth grade teacher, spent the week end in Burt.at>the home of her parents. Mr, and Mrs. G. A. Burt and daugh- ter,~Dprothy of Suit's Lake visited at ' Held The woman's club held their first meeting of the new year on Tuesday of last week at the home of Mrs. W. T. Ohm with Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod as assistant hostess. The response to roll call was "Prominent Living Women." Mrs. Agatha Bailey read a paper entitled "Romance of Radium", and Mrs. Martha Jensen's subject was "Dr. Sabin, Scientist." The reading of the American Creed by Mrs. Vera Rusko was followed with music bf the Misses Elvira Wehrspann and Mabel Laabs. The meeting was adjourned and refreshments were served. P. t , A. Meet— The first meeting of the P.-T. A. was held at the high school auditorium last week Tuesday evening. Only a small crowd was In attendance, due no doubt to the meeting being postponed on account of the fair. As no program had been prepared a social hour was spent in community singing. After a short business meeting, light refreshments were served in the basement. A program will be prepared for the nert meeting date, which will be October 2. » > « - - i John GramenB drove to Clinton, Minnesota, last Thursday for a visit at the August Keirsteln home. Mrs. Gramenz and daughter, Loralne, who have been visiting there for the past two weeks, returned home with them on Friday. . ***• and Mrs. John Wallace entertained at then- home Sunday the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Welsbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wels- Mrs ' Welsbrod, Mr. E. H. Waite spent several days last week in Emmetsburg. A baby boy was' born to Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Gowans last Thursday. Harry Wlddel attended a Chevrolet mechanics' school at Algona last week Wednesday. Miss Marietta Helgason of Ringsted spent the week end with Miss Mar- jorle Kleinhexal. Mr. and Mrs. John Cole of Corwith were dinner guests at the Charles Newel home Saturday. Miss Lillian Rasmussen went to Mankato, Minnesota, for a visit with her sister, over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Jensen attended a Chevrolet dealers' convention at Spencer last week Wednesday. The Willing Workers' society of Seneca was entertained at the P. H. Jensen home Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bailey drove to Fort Dodge last Wednesday where the latter had a minor operation on her nose. Mr, and Mrs. L. B. Miller of Kanawha were Sunday guests at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. C. G. Humphrey. Mr. and Mrs. b, P. Welsbrod drove to Hollandale Sunday ^for a visit with the latter's sister, Mrs. George Fish- and Mrs. Philip Welsbrod and grand- Charles Welsbrod and' sons, Lyle and Dale. Herbert Krause celebrated his sixth birtnday last Monday by Inviting a number of his playmates for a partv after school. Kathryn Ohm also gave a party to a group of her friends at her home on Saturday afetrnoon. shs was five years old. Games were en- Joyed and refreshments served at both parties. W. E. Stoeber has secured the franchise to sell .Skelgas. He will also handle the Skelgas stoves and equipment. I This product Is a natural gas In com-1 pressed form which Is rapidly becom-i ing popular for fuel for cooking and ' heating stoves and Fenton is fortunate to be able to have such convenient access to its use. Mr. and Mrs. F. p. Newel returner! home last Wednesday evening from a honeymoon trip in the Black Hills. On Thursday evening several energetic groups gathered at the J. F. Newel home and gave them a rousing charivari. The young couple are busy getting settled and will soon be at home in the Dempsey cottage. Clarence Arbogast, Homer Huskamp, Lawrence Hantelman and Clarence Osborn returned Saturday evening from northern North Dakota. The boys traveled around three thousand miles with no car trouble but two flat toes. They were fortunate enough to SOCUVH work but report wages small and help greatly in excess of the demand. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber received word from their, son, Wilfred, that he had finished his work In Nebraska, where he was salesman for the Northrup King Seed Company and was on his way homei When he got to Omaha he received a wire from the company offering him several weeks' work at Butler, Missouri, and he left for that place at once. len and Delbert Sharp .went to ricil Bluffs to get a, truck load of pes and returned home , Thursday. Mrs. Frank had her appendix reed Monday at the Algona- hospital. he George, Sr., and George, Jr., us families of Chicago visited at N. L. Cotton home Saturday night. red and Andrew Thompson went to neapolis Monday to get Mrs. Fred mpson. They returned home on sday. r. and Mrs. Forest Rouse of Spen- and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Padgett Ugoria visited at the Wm. Krause e Sunday, rs. E. M. Jensen took her mother, Osher, to Graettinger Saturday. Osher had been visiting here for uaun turn lamuy. Mrs. J. B. Hansen has been. doing practical nursing at the Harvey Simpson home near Whittemore ' since, .the Mrs. J. H. Barrel! of Detroit, Michigan, came last week for an extended visit at the home of her parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hansen. Mrs. Wilbert Holdorf and children visited Wednesday at the Richard Volgt home in Welcome. Miss Lorena Voigt accompanied them home for a short visit. Ella Thompson, Mrs. William Ferguson, Mrs. Smith and Louis Ferguson of Algona- were six o'clock dinner guests at the William Weisbrod home Sunday. Mrs. Alfred Jenz of Colorado Springs visited relatives here last week. Mrs. the past ten days. • Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Weiner received word Mpnjday that their son, Carl, wfes hurt in a car wreck Sunday night and Is now in a Fairmont hospital. , Flaig & Sprank, implement dealers, report the sale 'of a Farmall tractor to Bernard Long and a two-bottom ti actor plow and a cream separator to William Chrlstensen. Glen Leeper Is helping the dray- man with the unloading of a car of coal for the creamery and a car of shingles, posts and sand for J. M. Blanchard which came this week. Delbert Sharp met with an accident Sunday night when on his way to Council Bluffs. He ran into a ditch near Logan. He was bruised and cut and the truck was We have-anticipated your needs and our flooi 1 space is filled to overflowing with choice new numbers in linen, velour and mohair coverings at prices to fit every purse. / ' *• Space does not permit us to tell you about all of the beautiful Coxwell Chairs, Breakfast Suites, yjoor Ijamps and Floor Coverings we have just received so we are extending a great big hearty invitation to you to come in and see them, Pon't forget that you can also see and hear the new 1933, BrwpWick Radio at our store. All we can tell you ^er^. is tha,t it is the keenest sounding machine we have ever heard. Come in and hear it. Exchange your old for new at I RICHARDSON »Furniture fft' UP quite bardly wrecked. Mr. and Mrs. John Sprank went to Mason City Saturday afternoon to meet W. G. Flaig who came hove over the week end from Rochester, where he has been the last week taking treatments for his eyes. He and Wm. A. Knoll went back Monday. Mr. Knoll will go through the clinic and Mr. Flaig Will continue taking treatments two more weeks, ^ The members of the American Legion Auxiliary met last Wednesday at the Legion hall. This was a regular meeting with the election of officers the main feature. The new officers are: Mrs. Roy Jensen, president; Mrs. Tena Jensen, vice president and Mrs. John Sprank, secretary and treasurer. After the adjournment; of the meeting Mrs. E. M. Jensen served lunch. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and family, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton, Mr. and Mrs J. W Cotton, Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer, the Bert Angus, family, George, Sr., and George, Jr., Angus families of Chicago went to Albert Lea Sunday where they met the Williams family of Rochester and had a family reunion at Edgewater Park. There were about sixty people present. The high school elected class officers last week, Freshman class—president', Phily Reilly, vice president, Vera Dacr ken, secretary, Dorothy Bierstedt, sponsor, Miss Cross;; sophomore class-r president, Wayflard Senrtch, vice pre^ Ident, Marvin Marlow, secretary, Har* old Gross, sponsor, Mr. Mauns; junior ... .'.; ;, Dorothy .Macumber, vice president, Gladys Stebrjtz, eecrer . . Jentz was a saleslady In the Bailey store about ten years ago and Is weil known here. Mr. and Mrs. John Arbogast entertained the Hans Baago family, the Harley Fredericks family and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Earnhardt of Walllngfora at dinner Sunday. The Fenton and Seneca high.school base ball teams played thejr first game of the season at the local diamond last Friday. Fenton succeeded hi winning by a score of 17 to 4. LeRoy Newel of Hartley drove over Monday and In company with F; J. Weisbrod,, Chas. Newel and A. J. Krause Lois White is attending St. Cecelia's academy at Algona this term. A group of Union folks attended a dance at 1 the Sexton hall last Saturday evening given by John Stiles and Joe Arndorfer. The Misses Frances Hough and Kathryn Funk of Algona were guests Saturday of Christina Gould. Horse back riding was one of the day's amusements. "cmcrietrci*anBHrrias^ on the Herman Dau farm for the com^ ing year. Mr, Graham has been a very capable farm hand and has worked' for Neil Smith near Algona for the past two years. Mr. Dau will continue to live on the farm. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oulbertson and children spent Sunday near Titonka at the Rufus Lindhorst home. Mr. Lindhorst and Mr. Culbertson are cousins. A new daughter recently arrived at the Lindhorst home and her name is Vida Mae. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Strayer entertained a number of friends last Friday .evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zentner and children of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leasori, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Wilrett and Fred Zentner. Lunch was served at the close of the evening Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Knutson, who once farmed the Dearchs farm in Union near the center school, but have lived in Algona the last few have decided tp farm again. He has rented the S. E. McMahon farm, the former Kenyon farm, now tenanted by Vern Rutled|;e and family. Sam Zentner and daughter, Cloye, spent most of last week visiting at the Leo Keefe home at Winnebago, Minnesota. They report crops in just as Recorded Alemite Service Ends 80 per cent of repair bills—prdvicles you with a certified history of lubrication that increases the resale value of your car! Ask for full details about this new service. And remember this combination of genuine Aleinit-ing and car pedigreeing service costs no more thaii ordinary "greasing" service where cheap dangerous "greases" and inefficient equipment are used. Special prices offered to those who want their car free of '' squeaks and rattl es." Prices Are Down Our ne.w low prices on quality merchandise, and expert service, makes it impossible for better values to be offered anywhere. went to Swan Lake to camp and hunt sood shape as they are here. Leo made ducks for a few days, — J " W. E. Stoeber and son, Raymond, drove to Des Moines last Tuesday, where they attended a meeting of the Iowa Poultry Improvement association. They returned home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Clark and sons, Lyle and Virgil, Jr., of Emmetsburg accompanied by Mrs, Joan Harrison were entertained' Sunday at the home of Mrs. Clark's brother, Dr. J. T. Waite. Mrs. Carl Wolfe of Latlmer spent last week at the parental Chas. Lauritzen home. She was joined here on Sunday by her husband and they were entertained at the W. R. Wolfe home. The C. H. Geronsln family spent last Friday evening at the home of Mr. Geronsln'a sister, son, at Rlngsted. Mrs. L. A. Peter- The, occasion was tary, SHa BlwpMJ, fponsor, wlqk; s?nJ6jf clajAnr^Wen, yi<». prewdejw, VM» Se, Mr. Mrs. Peterson's and Rollm Geronsin's birthdays. The M. E. Ladles' Aid society will meet this week Friday in the church parlor. Election of officers will be held. The hostesses will be Mesdames F. J. Welsbrod, J. T. Waite, Raymond Stoob- ,er and E. R. SQhlei, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Relmers attended the funeral services of Gerhard Gerhards of Burt last week Monday afternoon. The deceased was the father of John Gerhards, who is the son-in-law of Mr, and Mrs, Rehnws. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Huskamp and the latter's brother, Leo Doroek, returned from Jamestown, North Dakota, last Monday where they visited with in northern Lester of OJwrokee came on Sunday for a few days' vfclt at the home of aunt, Mrg, J, T. , , , . . On Monday Mr?. O.hag. Laurttzen and Mrs. Waite accompanied Mr. Heidm to Ringjsted for a visit with old • •» • *«* good again on his sweet corn crop, having it all harvested and is plowing with a new John Deere tractor he has recently purchased. Mrs. Joe Arndorfer enjoyed a visit last week from her mother, Mrs. B. A. Erdman of Marshall, Minnesota, a sister, Mrs. Joe Stassen, and baby daughter, Corlnne, also a brother, Arthur Erdman, all of Marshall, Minnesota. After a visit with relatives at St. Benedict they returned by auto to their home Sunday morning. Joe Arndorfer of Hettiriger, North Dakota, spent several days the past week visiting his cousin, Joe Arndorfer and family of Union. Mr. Arndorfer's wife is dead but his children! Helen, Thelma and Rosemary accompanied him driving through in their car. They visted relatives In the St. Benedict neighborhood before returning to their home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dau returned home Monday evening from Sioux City where they had been visiting at the home of Mrs. Dau's son, Robert White. A son-in-law of the Dau's, E. E. Kearns, of Lone Rock, has purchased a barber shop in Sioux City, selling the shop he had In Lone Rook. The Kearns family will move their household goods as soon as they can find a suitable house. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Culbertson and family returried home recently from a ij visit with the Barents of Mr. Culbertson [, at Vandalla, Illinois, who are not enjoying the best of health. Glen Oul- bertsoo remained at horns to look af- th»':(arm duties. The Fred Culbertsons now of Shreveport, oulsiana, formerly of Whlttemore were also the guests at (he , parental Oulbertson home. 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