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f he tipper Des Moittes^lepublican, September 17, 1930 FAMILY REUNION Pioneer Families of German Valley United by Marriage over-25 Years, OELEBATED SILVEB WEDDING liAiST WEEK Received Greeting Card from Pottne Pastor Now In Germany, Klppen- trops Live In Tltonka. . North Kossuth Record:' Some 30 years ago there lived on two farms In German Valley neighborhood two big famlles the Rlppentfop family which included nine children and the Isebrandt family in which there were six children. Then the father of the Isebrandt family and the mother hi the Rippentrop family, both died within a few months Five years later the-two families merged with the marriage of Mrs. Isebrandt and John K. Rippentrop. There were then fifteen children sitting ajb the family dinner table, and the new Mrs, Rippentrop also In .addition fed from one to nine tilers most every summer for a long time. Think of It, 28 people to be fed three meals a day, while today some newly weds cannot afford to have any babies. Sunday Mif, and Mys. Rippentrop celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary In then- Home at Titonka, where they now live retired. The couple now own eight or nine farms most of which are rented to their own children and ' to addition five or six of their children have farms of their own. Mr. Rippentrop came to America wheu fourteen years old. That was sixty-three years ago. His home was at Suurhusen, a village near Emden, Otsfriesland, Germany. He came to Kossuth county in . 1883. His first marriage,:was fifty-four years ago. His seventy-seventh birthday was August 27th. Former Faster Congratulates. Mr. and Mrs. Rippentrop received a card of greetings and best wishes from their old pastor the Rev. W. T. Jansen, congratulating him on his seventy-seventh birthday and on their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary Which is August 31. Mr. Rippentrop said that the Rev. Jansen left his German Valley church in October, 1905. He had been their pastor through all their troubles, had sat with them in times of sickness and death of their first mates and had helped to teach and guide their children so they wanted him to be the one to marry them. And so they advanced the date of -the wedding they, were contemplating to Aug- ust 31 so that Rev. Jansen Could be the one to solemhtte It befofe he left the German Valley pattsh. Now every year tot twehtyiflve years they get a card frem Rev. Jfansen wishing them many happy returns of the day. This year's card, written in German, had written at the top: 1905-1930—twenty-five years married. Hear Two Families. Mr. and Mrs. Rippentrop are active and happy and look good for another twenty-five yeafs of married life together. We hunted this good couple up at their home in Titonka because we.heard so much about them among the farmers all over that part of the county, when a couple have such a big family grown up they are bound to have lots of relations and be ail important factor in mafly hotted. Mrs. Rlppehtrbp's family Include Ben Isebrandt, farming one of the Rippen* krop farms near Woden! Senus Isebrandt, farming just at the edge of Titonka; John .Isebrandt,' who runs the 3001 hall in Titonka; Henry Isebrandt, iarpefiter "at Bancroft; Johanna, now Mrs. Ed. Ites, farming with her hus- jand Just west of Titonka and Ida, low Mrs. Tom. Loats, whose husband s a painter and paper hanger living In Titonka and a short distance from the Rippentrop home. Fifteen Children. Mr. Rippentrop's children Include Court J., and Oliver, who farm land of their own near Lakota, Court to ;hc east of town and Oliver on a newly mrchased farm southwest of here; haggle, now Mrs. John Boeckelman 'arming with her husband on then* own farm north of Titonka; Annie now Mrs. Ukena, of Buffalo' Center Wary, now Mrs. G. D. Welhousen, farm ing with her husband on their own "arm; Etta, now Mrs. John E. Sleper 'arming-with her husband on one o he Rippentrop farms northwest of Tl pnka; George, on another Rippentro] arm in the same neighborhood; Jo lanna, now. Mrs. Peter TTbben, farm ing near.the Reformed church to Ger man Valley on the TJbben farm; and Gertie, now Mrs. Theo. Rike, farming with' her husband oh then-, own farm west of Titonka. ', " . With a family of fifteen, all marrie< and raising families of their own 1 is no wonder that Mr. and Mrs. John Ripepntrop are often mentioned to lir news'Columns. They have work- d very ; hard, facing problems, am unnounting obstacles which dauntec thers made of less rugged fibre, am ,ave come out both of them with the r ise and sunny dispositions that so many fathers and mother of big fami- ,es attain. x We wish the couple long nd hapy life to their retirement with n ever increasing number of grand- hildren to brighten the years. FERT1LIZEDSOIL -•••••••••••••••HMHMI I World's foremost dirt track drivers competing in eight thrilling events. Drivers already entered include: Gus Sclirader, Cedar Bap- ids, Iowa, midwestern dirt track champion. Emory Collins, Canadian national champion, run- nerup in 1929 for world's half mile championship. Jimmy Trainer, Los Angeles, Pacific Coast dirt track champion.. "Swede" Anderson, Iron Mountain, Michigan, in famous DePalma Dus"ii- berg. Clay County Fair Saturday, September 20. tohn Thorngren is New Shelby Co. Agent. The many friends of County Club gent John Thorngren will' .'be glad to ear that he has been mads county gent for Shelby county. He will live at Harlan. Mr. Thorngren was! the Smith-Hughes Instructor hi the Swea City high school before taking up his work as club agent last May.. : He 'is a graduate of Iowa State College with the class of 1928. Mr. Thorngren's father has been on the board of directors, of the farm bureau at Boone for the?past ;ten ' years;,andiMr;s Thorngren ' there under Orrie Beeley, who Is now head of the organization department of the Iowa Farm Bureau: Federation. Mr. horngren coached the grain judging team fov Kossuth county which took fifth place at the state fair last month, and also helped with the baby beef club work. His many friends throughout the county wish him success to his new undertaking. Algona Baptists Were on. Program. The forty-first annual meeting of the North Iowa Baptists' Association will be held at Webster City September 23-24 and 25. The following cities and towns are included: Algona,-Ayrshire, Bancroft, Corwlth Curlew, Eagle Grove, Esthervllle, Forest City, Goldfleld Humboldt, Renwjck, Swea City and Webster City. Algona will be represented on the program as follows*. H. N. Kruse to charge of laymen's conference; "Americanization;" secretary report, Mrs. George Hofius; "Our Papers," Rev. Frank Webster, Rev. Geo. Slemans of Swea City will open the program Wednesday morning with devotional services. GIVES RESULTS J, L. Boatman of Soils Extension Service Here Last Week. BABY BEEF CALVES SOLD IN CHICAGO. Chicago Hotels and Clubs Placed Special Orders With Packer Bayers for the First time. (By E. R. Morrison, County AgentK J. I/. Boatman of the soils extension service vas to the county Tuesday, September 9, and with the county agent visited the cooperative trial fertilizer plots throughout the county. Mr. Boatman came to secure photo- atraphs showing results of use of potash oh alkali and phosphate on peat soil to be used in preparing slides to je shown at the Farm Managers and Land Valuation Short Course that is held at Ames each spring. Although dry seasons greatly retard fertilizer results still much real evidence of returns was found and several good photographs secured. Farms vlsted included Ed. Droessler farm at Bancroft; Ellman farm at Lakota; Berggren farm at Armstrong; Eberhard & Cotton farm near Lone Rock; D. O. Gardner farm at Algona and H. Helm- ko farm" near Whlttemore. In few cases was any great difference to stalk growth evident, but upon examination of the ears of corn the treated'and untreated areas were in most cases easily located. Untreated areas on peat and muck almost all corn little past the roasting ear stage while treated areas next to them gave a large percentage of good sound well dented corn, which was out of the way of frost. : Mr. Boatman will return in October to assist In harvesting the cooperative plots and attend one or two soil meet- Ings. Three Hundred Rural Teachers in the County. There are approximately three hundred rural school teachers In Kossuth county this year, according to Superintendent William Shirley. The following Is a list of their names and addresses: Buffalo township—Beulah Schutjer, Wesley, dist. 7; Carrie Torgerson, Titonka, disk 8; Alma Slefer, Titonka, dlst. 9. Surt township—Opal Godden, Surt, dlst. 1; Mary Ellen Mai-low, Lone Rork, dist. 2; Sarah Keeling, Burt, dlst. 3; Mary Glsch, Lone Rock, dlst. 4; Nelda Volentine, Burt, dist. 6; Alice Angus, Bancroft, dlst. 8. Cresco township—Eunice Bourman, Algona, dlst. 1; Dorothy Baylor, Algona, dlst. 2; Agatha Caughlin, Al* gona, dist. 3; Mrs. Dorothy Nelson, Algona, dist. 4; Irene Kellershon, Algona, dist. 5. Eagle township—Adeline Severson. Granada, Minnesota, dist. 1; Alma c. Junkermeier, tiedyard, c-o O. W. Berggren, dist. 2; Agnes Goecke, Armstrong, c-o H. L. Kesler, dist. 3: MargreeJ Tjaden, Armstrong, c-o John FJelsrud, dlst. 4; Alava Farrington, Swea City, dlst. 5; Lois Clemens, Swea City, dlst. Where soil has been too dry for fertilizer to show results It is often possible to dig around the hills and find undissolved fertilizer which will be there" for use by next year'p crop. Phosphates do not wash o-.it of the soil like nitrogen fertilizer^ end where where phosphate fertilizers have been apnlied they will be used by future ops grown on the iaud. Mr. Wat- assistant In soils extension work, accompanied Mr. Boatman. Calves Sold at Auction. Kossuth county baby beef calves were sold at the weekly auction held Sep;ember 9 at the Chicago Union Sto:fc Yards under the auspices of the International Livestock Exposition. 346 calves from twenty-two counties were sold. .Chicago hotels and clubs placed special orders with packer buyers for the first time and the LaSalle Ho«1, Palmer. House and South Shore 3puntry Club secured twenty-two baby top calf at $14.50 per 100 Ibs. 21 Kossuth calves averaging 827 pounds in weight brought an average price of 12.02 with a top of $14.00 on Alvln Erpelding's Angus which was champion calf of the county show. Other Kossuth calves sold from $11.00 o $13.00 per cwt. and were shipped'by Richard Thul, Bode; Ben Studer, Jr., Wesley; Wilfred and Raymond Kohl- iaas, Livermore; Harold Gronbach, Llvermore; Eugene Zelmet, Bode; Roiir aid Gardner,-Algona; Helen Paetz, Al- ;cna; Alvin and Clarence Erpeldtog, 8. Fenton township—Ruth Humphrey, Fenton, c-o H. J. Warner, dist. 2; Florence Householder, Lone Rock, dlst. 5; Adrls Peterson, Lone Rock, c-o H F Mlttag, dist. 7; Margaret Hantelman, Fenton, dist, 8, Garfield township—Leola Hanen- steln, West Bend, dist. 1; Caroline Bon- stetter, West Bend, dlst. 4; Augusta BUttemore, West Bend, dlst. 5; Hlldred Edglngton, dlst. 8; Marie Hinton, West Bend, dlst. 8. German township-Grace Sleper, Buffalo Center, dist. 1; Lorene Trenary, dlst. 2; Arlene Lewis, Lakota, dist. 3: Evelyn Coyne, Bancroft, dist. 4; Lucille Van Gerfer, Buffalo Center, dlst. 5; Grace Green, Buffalo Center, dist. o, Henrietta Green, Buffalo Center dlst 7; Guldo Sartor, -Titonka, dlst B! Ella Welhousen, Titonka, dist. 9. Greenwood township—Llnnea Mathson, Bancroft, dlst. 1; Leonora Hutchinson, Lone Rock, dlst. 3; Mrs. Agnes Menke, Bancroft, dlst. 4; Evelyn Coyne dlst. 5; Colletta Kookler, Bancroft, dist, O. Irvington township—u a Olsen, Sexton, dlst. 1; Helen McEnroe, Algona, S ' ' , Skilling, Irvington, H f , , dlst. 4; Pauline Black, Algoa, dist. 5; Alberta Grosenbach, Algona, dist. 7; Dorothy Schulz, Irvington, dist. 8; Mrs Anna Molloy, Algona, dlst. 0 Ledyard township— Gertrude Wortman, Lakota, dist. 6; Anny Faulkner. Lakota, dist. 6; Nellie Olson, Bancroft, ulst. 7. _ Lincoln township— Hazel Sapp, Buffalo Center, dist. 1; Irma Selboldt, Lakota, dist. 2; Eva Winter, Lakota, dist 3; Luella Recker, Buffalo Center, dist. 4; Stella Jurgens, Buffalo Center, dlst. 5; Wilma Glenfeld, Buffalo Center, dist. 6; Florence Hofbauer, Buffalo Center, dlst. 7; Leona Becker, Buffalo Center. dlst, o. , Harrison township- Leona Keller, 2; Ida Kol]ftsoh ' Ban - Wern- Hebron township— Margaret ' POCAHONTAS WON NIGHTF.B.GAME Defeated Albert City 6 to 0 in First Night Game in Northern Iowa. CBOWD ESTIMATED ABOUT 2300 PEOPLE. Algona Should Follow in Line and Install System Which Would Cost Approximately $1800. Pocahontas high school defeated Al- >ert City in a night football game on Friday night at Pocahontas by the score of 6 to 0. This was the first night game that has been played in the northern part of the state and it drew a crowd which was estimated at 2300. The field was brilliantly Illuminated with a number of powerful lights on tall poles. The ball was white and could be seen Just as well as to the day time. It was reported that the Ighting system cost around $1500.00. Two games such as last Friday would pay for the equipment. The Pocahontas team played a fast game of football and had the best of the argument throughout the game al- through Albert City played a nice defensive game. There was a large number of people in the stands who drove quite a distance to see the game. It would be a good thing for Algona if night football was installed here. Represntatives of an equipment company were in Algona recently about the matter and the reported price for installing the lights was $1800.00. Algona has always been a good football town and it Would seem that night football would go over big here. Saturday Is a bad day for merchants and business meen to get away for the games and If they were played at night many who could not otherwise attend would be on hand yelling for a Bargains USED CARS '20 6 cyl. Cliov. sedan. '29 (J eyl. Cher, coupe 1929 Poutiac ccmpc '28 4 eyl. CJicv. coach '28 Chevrolet coupe '25 4 cyl. Clrcv. scclau. Ford iiulor St uric-baker sedan Jtnvott sedan Ford truck OIL AND GREASE Kohlhaas Bros. Phone 200 Win. Pocahontas Is much smaller than Algona and It would seem that if they could put across night football, Algona could also do it. .A number of high schools throughout the state have Installed lighting systems for night games and Algona should not be backward, especially when night football would pay out well here. M*M K :i ' ; * 0 » B Sheldahl, Elmore, c-o Oscar Sheldahl dist. 2; Edna Oswald, Elmore, c-o Steward Oswald, dlst. 4; Henrietta Green Elmore. dlst. 5; Helen H. Jensen, Buffalo Center, dist. 6. LuVerne township— Mrs. Bessie Crtt- _ A lorm g, Bode; more. and Carl Hanselman, Calves weighed from Liver- 730 to 100 pounds and netted the boys and firls checks varying is size from $75.00 a $136.58 per calf. St. Joe Store Now Owned by Devines Livermore Gazette; The old Nichola Gales general merchandise store at St Joe has passed into the hands of Mr and Mrs. William Devine, and they took possession in their own name on September first. The transfer came about through the settlement of the estate of the late Nicholas Gales, by which Mrs. Devine Mr. Gales' daughter, inherited the property. This has been anticipated fpr some time, however, and Mr. and Mrs Devine have been managing the store for the past y ear or more, so the business will simply go on uninterruptedly as before. POST Dray and Transfer PJ«m« 898, Afcona, low* ose 1. To pay doctor bills. 2. To refinance your car and reduce payments. 8. To buy livestock or chickens. 4. TO GET OUT OP PEBT —by grouping scattered bills where one uniform small payment can be made e#eh month. PAYMENT SCHEDULE $ 50— Kfpay I 3.56 a Month »JOO— Bei>»y .1 7.05 » Month 1200—Repay $14.10 a Month »300-Hc|ioy 121.15 ft Month Your furnltuve, auto (ind live- Block rouy bo used us secui'lty. We will be (find to talk with you (con- fiJcntlully, o/ courwi) about »> ranging * loan to meet your need". Algona Representing Phone 698 Federal Finance Co. Des Moines foint Meeting of the Rotary and Kiwanis. A Joint meeting of the Algona and !lwanls clubs was held Thursday noon t the New Algona. These two service lubs are 1 a credit to Algona and hrough their efforts and recommend- tlons numerous good -things for the jommunlty have been accomplished. U-this meeting the members of the two clubs mingled, discussed, matters of mutual Interest, sang songs and listened to one of Rev. W. A. Frazier's splendid talks. Edward Mawdsley in Tractor Accident, Irvington, September 15, Special: An accident occurred south of the Tom Chllton farm Wednesday afternoon when a tractor driven by Edward Mawdsley ran off a ten-foot embankment on the right hand side of the road. The details were not learned but Mr. Mawdsley barely escaped death as the tractor landed upside down hi the ditch. Mr. Mawdsley received no injuries. er, LuVerne, dist. 4; Josephine Giries LuVerne, dist. 5; Mildred M. Bowen Corwlth, dist. 6; Christina Knudsen LuVerne, dist. 7; Florence Seeman, Algona, dlst. 8. A Plum Creek township-Anna Kain, Algona, dist. 1; Mary Kain, Algona, dist 2; Mabel Bowman, Algona, dist. 4; Lillian Johnson, Algona, dist. 5- Florence Black, Algona, dist. 6; Neva Albright, Algona, dlst. 7. 'Portland township—Ida Sachan, Titonka, dist. 1; Lillian Adams, Buffalo Center, dist. 2; Bertha Blanchard, Lone Rock, dist. 3; Wilma Slaughter, Burt, dist. 4; Mary Lynch, Burt, dist. 5; Eva L. Stewart, Burt, dist. 6; Verna Stewart, dist. 7; Lorena Peterson, Burt, dist. Riverdale township—Alice Sartor, Titonka, dist. 2; Magdalene Souers, Bode, dist, 4; Hazel Fitch, Bode, dist. 6' Laura Hilbert, Bode, dist. 7- Former Algona Boy Has Fine Farm. Britt News: Wallace Donovan, living Just over the hill west of the Weiland farm in Orthel township, is improving his farm according to a report published in the Wesley News-World. He is adding a new machine shed 14x32 feet in dimensions, Mr. Donovan has a well improved farm and keeps it up neatly, in fact so much that it attracts the attention of millions who pass his door on tJ. S. No. 18 annually. He has a nice herd of Guernsey cows and they always look as if they had been curried and groomed for the show ring. Wallace was one of the first in Orthel township to thresh and got a good yield of grain. What Iowa needs is more farmers like Wallace Donovan. That would go a long way toward farm re- ief, Union, Our heart was thrilled and warmed at the splendid report that came to us of the attendance at Sunday School and morning worship last Lord's Day. This Is Jujgt one of the things that heer us prt our- way as we go about rylng to_ spend and be spent for the aster. We are praytog that it will 9 even better next time we hear. Mid-week prayer meeting and Bible tudy on Friday night at eight o'clock with, sometWftjr ft* each p,ne of you ta Gales, Livermore, dist. 8. Sherman township—Etta Bacon, Al- goaa,_dist. 1; Bernice Button, Algona, dist. 2; Helen Johnson, Irvington, dist. 3; Florence Johnson, Irvington, dist. 4; James Troutman, LuVerne, dlst. 5- Cordelia Ristau, LuVerne, dlst. 6; Doris Watts, Livermore, dlst. 8. Swea township—Vyola Bendlxeu, Schleswig, dist. 2; Mrs. Addle Ditsworth, Bancroft, dist. 3; Margaret Skilling, Armstrong, dist. 4; Mrs. Hilda Auc- ell, Algona, dist. 5; Frances Deflates Armstrong, dist. 8; Alice Glaus, Fenton, dist. 9. Lotts Creek township—Olivia Kressin, Lone Rock, dist. 1; Lauretta Elbert, Whittemore, dist. 3; Susie Besch Whittemore, dist. 4; Minnie Elbert,' Whlttemore, dist. 5; Gertrude Norman, Algona, dist. 6; Lavina Winkel, Algona, dlst, 7; Loretta Fandel, Whltte- more, dist. 8; Geneva Walters, Whittemore. Prairie township—Cecelia Eisenbacher, Wesley, dist. 2; Gldays Brace, Burt, dist. 3; Sister Mary Marcellenina, St. Benedict, dist. 4; Martha Potter, Algona, dist. 8. Ramsey township—Anna Trenary, Lakota, dlst. 1; Dorothy Schtltz, Bancroft, dist. 2; Esther Schiltz, Bancroft, dist, 5; Frances Schroder, Lakota, dist. 6; Wallburga Rahe, Bancroft, dlst. 8, Whittemore township—Marie Fandl Whittemore, dist. 1; Essie Wagner, Whittemore, dist. 2; Esther Siems, Whittemore, dist. 3; Rose Besch, West Bend, dist. 4; Leone Kucher, West Bend, dist. 5; Marie Hahn, Whittemore, dlst, 7. Union township—Mary Fraser, Algona, dlst. 1; Helen McMahou Algona, dlst. 2; Margaret Dodds, Algona, dist. 3; Gertrude Sage, Algona, dlst. 4; Ruth Fraser, Algona, dlst. 5; Irene Mitchell, Algona, dlst. 8; Mrs. Ed. Genrlch, Al- gpna, dist. 7. Wesley township—Mabel Kent, Wesley, dlst, 1; Marie Harris, Algona, dist. .2; Mrs. Frances Gibson, Wesley, dist. 3; Irma Ward, Wesley, dist. 4; Esther Steverson, Buffalo Center, dist. 5; Donna Cruise, Wesley, dist. 6; Mrs. Mary Setter, Sexton, dist. 8, Seneca Ind.—Emma Besch, West Bend, dist. 7; AUce Uhr, Swea city, dist. 8. Spring ind.—Julia Doady, Algona, dist. i; Mary Adams, Algona, dist. 2; Helen Oeorfeld, Buffalo Center, dist. 3; Esther Anderson, Blmore, dist. 6. Sac City Golf Courses Must jfay License, The city council of Sac City passed an ordinance providing a license fee o.l S100 per year for miniature golf ourses. At present they have but one course, but expect to have two winter courses. Too many golf courses are like any other business and no one makes a profit. Algona, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thornton spent the week end at the home of her-son, 5fr, and Mrs. Seward Thornton and family at Emmetsburg. ; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adams of Wai- worth, Wisconsin, spent Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Ditsworth end family. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Saur and daughter and Mrs. Bunkofske all of Cor- wlth spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Simmons. Mr. and Mrs,. Robert Spurgeon and children spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Spurgeon'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Skilling of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Riley and family spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Riley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bordwell and family of Livermore. Mrs. Fred Andrews ^and little daughter, Ardith of Staples, Minnesota, Is now spending a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Schlchtl. Miss Annabelle Bordwell who has been spending the past two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Douglas Riley, returned to her home at Livermore Sunday. Percy Schichtl and Victor Hammer of this vicinity who have been work- ng at a ranch all summer in North Dakota, recently returned to their lomes. Mr. and Mrs, George Ditsworth of Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dtts- worth of this vicinity spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and MM. Ed. Ditsworth and family. Mr. and 'Mrs. Arthur Riley and daughter, Marjorie, Mrs. Ida Riley and ktrs. O. Sankey spent Sunday ni, the wme of Mrs. Riley's daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Seward Thornton and family of Emmetsburg. the Everett Wlthams. Mrs. Smith, Louis, Jr., Roy, Ivy and Mrs. Everett Witham are children of the Louis Lowman, Sr., family. The latter celebrated his sixty-fifth birthday on this occasion. About forty-five relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Bjuotrom gathered at the Roy Bjustrom home at Hobarton Saturday afternoon for a miscellaneous shower In honor of Mrs. Clifton Bjustrom. Games and contests furnished entertainment for the afternoon. Prizes were offered to Gladys Schultz and Evelyn Cruikshank for the high scores. The new bride then unwrapped her gifts. Lunch was served by the hostesses as follows: Mrs. Roy Bjustrom, Mrs. Carl Walker, and Irene, Maxtoe and Hazel Mitchell. The F. A. Witham family of Algona enjoyed a reunion at the State Park near Algona August 31. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Witham and daughter of Mlnneap&lis; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Witham" and three children of Cedar Falls;; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham and children; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham and children; Mrs. Arthur Vining. Harry, Roy, Howard and Everett Witham and Mrs. Vining are children of the F. A. Witham. This Is the first time all the family had been together for fourteen years. - •• ,<..;,_• i LUVERNE NEWS. VO^GSGW^^ Mrs. F. I. Chapman has been ill with the flu the past week. -. . Mrs. W. H, Ellis visited last Wednesday with"her mother; at Humboldt. _ Mars to attend Western Union College. Mrs. Charles 'Lamb and family of Racine, Wisconsin, are visiting with relatives here. . ,. , ; . , . The farm bureau meeting was held last Friday evening at the home of Branson & Thomas. The Methodist church board met at the church Wednesday evening and officially closed the books for the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ramus and family of Mason City spent the week end with the H. L. Ramus and W. M. Schultz families, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lenz drove to Brandon, Texas, last week to visit with Mr and Mrs. Ed. Mantey and family. The ladles are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. George Werling of Goldfleld were visiting at hte home of their daughter, Mrs. Robert Blumer and family Monday. The missionary society of the Methodist church is collecting canned fruit ;o be donated to the Iowa Methodist hospital at Des Moines. The LuVerne girls' kitten ball team played with the Gllmore City team at the Humboldt county fair Friday and lost the game by one point. Mrs. Mary Gllbertson, John Haulck and son, William, of Jeffers, Minnesota, were guests Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Blumer. S. B. Hefti, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gelgel, Mrs Barbara Brltt and Mrs. Rose Hefti of Renwlck attended the Fred Steussy funeral here Monday. Miss Florence Barton has returned to school at Cornell. During the vacation she has been employed in a hotel at a summer resort In Wisconsin. Miss Irene Swenson has returned to her duties in the grammar room of the local school. She was called home last week because of the death of her father. The Methodist Ladles' Aid society met Wednesday afternoon in the town hall. The hostesses were Mrs, Wilson Legler, Mrs. P. 0. Llchty and Mrs. R. L. Peltzke. Mrs. Wm. Moore and Mrs. Lloyd King of Omaha are visiting at the. Wilson Legler home. They were in attendance at the Steussy furjfjraj Mqn- day of last week., , Mrs, Chambers and Mra> Ed. Wolf were the hostess of the Tuesday club last week at their fa,rjn"home northeast of town. Plans for the new'year were made and delicious refreshments were served. Ij-t ,Mrs. A, L. Look! drove to Hampton Saturday to visit ,Mr. Look who. is a patient in the Lutheran hospital there. He underwent an operation Saturday for the removal of his tonsils,' He is now improving nicely, / ( ' Rev,' and-Mrs. 'fli'sj?': resume tnetf •semnlary work. Rev. Koonce is the pastor • of the Presbyterian church and during the school year will occupy the pulpit every other Sunday. ,... .. . ' „. Mr, and Mrs. Byron Henry and son, G. E. Henry .and his son and daughter, who have been visiting the past two weeks with relatives,and friends here went to Algona Friday to visit at the John Schneider home. On Monday they started their return trip to their home at Brattleboro, Vermont. Miss Cordelia Ristau was pleasantly surprised Saturday evening when a number of her friends dropped in at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D, Ristau, and helped her celebrate tier eighteenth birthday. Miss Cordelia began her first year of teaching in the the school of the Sanford district last week. Mrs. A. J. Koonce was the honored guest Tuesday evening at a farewell given by the girls' Junior choir of the Presbyterian church of which she was the leader. Mrs. Koonce was presented with a gift as a token of their appreciation. On Wednesday afternoon the ladies' Aid society gave a farewell In ler honor. FOUE COENEE NEWS. that you cannot afford to mjss. Mprn- tog worship »t 946 on' Sunday with Rev. Lang filling the pulpit. Sunday School at tenTfortyrflve, We will he waiting eagerly to. hear wjwu the attendance upon ea.oh, of these services WBS.T-H. Nell , Pistor. Miss Irene Walker spent last week Thursday at the Edward Rich home, helping cook for silo fillers. The Wm. Drayton and the Wm. Rich families attended the Buffalo Center celebration last week Thursday, The children of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rich have had a siege of sore throat and ear trouble for some time. The Larkin Club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Herman Llndeman of Dakota City. Mrs. Llndeman was for- nierly Elsie Drayton. Mrs. Edith Rich returned to the Wm. Rich home last week Monday, after spending a few days at the Edward Rich home. Edward Is a son of Mrs. Edith Rich. About seventy-five neighbors and friends gathered at the Andrew Bjustrom home last week Wednesday evening to charivari Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Bjustrom, who had Just returned that day from a wedding trip to Minneapolis and points to Wisconsin. Ice cream was served. ' Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lowman enjoyed a family reunion at the Everett Witham home Sunday. Twenty-six were present being as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith and family of Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lowman, Jr., and fam and Mrs, Louis Lowman, Jr., and family; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lowman and Your Polished Plate Glass auto door and windshield glass re- you wait. 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