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LeMars Globe Post (Newspaper) - April 26, 1937, Lemars, Iowa PAGE SIX APRIL 26. mil SENEY OFFICE Walnut Shell Removed From Little Girl's ' Ear Special What might have been a more serious perhaps causing the loss of occurred at the elevator in Seney Saturday while John Hartog and Albert Olson were trying to open an empty it CAUsIng much damage to the interior of the The end of the barrel was blown out with force it stuck in the the clock was blown off the shelf to the opposite side of the windows all blown out and almost completely wrecking the Fortunately neither men were with the exception of a few The building was repaired Monday by Jake who Is taking treatments from a specialist in S. expects to return home At this writing no improvement has been Little Dorothy daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen is under the doctor's having hm a piece of walnut shell removed from her which had Injured the ear Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vincent and Elaine Buss of Le Mars were dinner guests in the Vincent Lancaster Mrs. Rayburn received word Saturday evening of the death of her C. of Which occurred at his Mr. Rayburn was a brother of the late Z. Mrs. Rayburn was unable to attend the funeral which was held on account of Mr. of Orange father of the Hartog a few days last week with hlil Kenneth Rees has secured employment with the grading gang Working on highway near Vernon Penning left for S. where he will Walter Woodhouse with the farm work a couple of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mrs. Margaret Rees and of and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jenkins and family spent Sunday with friends and relatives in and around Cherokee and The Home Missionary Society met with Mrs. Bert Criswell on Wednesday The school board met Tuesday evening to elect teachers for the Miss Vera Reeves Was elected teacher for the primary grades and Miss Leone of Le Mars as teacher of the and Mrs. Harry and and and Mrs. T. C. were Sioux and Mrs. D. M. Jordon of called on Rev. Mrs. on their way home from Sioux Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Becker and Bobby and drove to S. Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Downs and children of and of were guests of Rev. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Buss entertained Mr. and Mrs. Harvey fluss and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blanche and at dinner on dnd Mrs. Albert Null and drove to S. where they visited in the home of Judson Mrs. Earnest Reeves of entertained about 30 young folks at the home of her Mrs. George on Saturday afternoon in honor of her Mrs. Lowell a recent It being In the form a miscellaneous Tuesday of their Mrs. John near Rev. Vander who has had charge of the for the past seven has accepted a call to S. congregation gave him a farewell party at the church on April 12. They are sorry of on account of his faithful service to his but wish him well in his new Those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. John Hartog and Mr. and Hartog and Frank Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Lige Mars and Of particular importance to our young people is a weiner planned for April 27. If you are interested In a good time put in your attendance at Epworth League at 7:30 on Sunday We are also planning an attendance the to be rewarded uith a some time after harvest at the Come and learn the particulars of this The program of our league is of such nature that you dare not lose interest Fredonia Special Albert Lundgren and Mrs. Arnold of were supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George at Wednesday Rasmus of called at the H. P. Mortensen and Morten Mortensen Friends and neighbors of this vicinity were sorry to hear of the death of Ruth Mr. and Mrs. Nick Kloster and family visited in the P. Kloster Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. John Nielsen and family visited in the Nis Kloster home near Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Nis Kloster and family of near visited in the T. Kloster Thursday T. Mrs. Tina Mrs. Niels Mrs. Nick Kloster and and C. P. Kloster attended the Nazareth Lutheran aid held at the Harold Kloster south of Mrs. Ed Vander Stoop and called in the T. Kloster Friday Mrs. Axel Mrs. Hans Miller and Mrs. Tina Miller did some papering at the Niels Petersen Western Stanton Special Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lentz and and Mrs. Katie Fischer and family were entertained at dinner Sunday in the home of Mr. and Lentz near Le Mr. and Mrs. Omer Ritchie and Miss Georgia Smith and Harvey Smith were visitors in Sioux Miss Irene Koppert of LeMars visited over the week-end in the home of Rev. and Mrs. Mrs. Sarah Keuhn from LeMars was a visitor last Sunday in the homo of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mrs. Elmer Lentz was hostess on Wednesday afternoon when she entertained a large circle of friends in the Melbourne vicinity in the home of her Mrs. Art The affair was a party complimenting Miss Caroline who will be married in the near Various forms of amusement were used during the afternoon hours for the street broadcast for the bride to presided over by Mrs. Elmer and Fern proved to be especially At the afternoon's close a pretty pink and white luncheon was Miss received many beautiful and useful as well as the best wishes of he friends for she was popular among the younger and will be greatly in the Mrs. George entertained a large of on Sunday afternoon at a linen j shower for her wore enjoyed during the evening concluded with the serv ing of Miss man was also showered many lovely gifts at the R. C. Hodgson and Will Hodgson presented a up meeting of the third and fourth lessons of the farm on Thursday afternoon In the home of the facta of interest to the Home was the third lesson presented on Points In business women should Playlets were read by the ladies demonstrating more clearly the main facts of the given Mrs. Hodgson served luncheon at the close of the lesson This completes the last training school lesson for the Plans are being made for achievement which will be held next month completes the year's Mrs. Myrtle Lang acted as hostess to the members of the Stanton Evangelical Women's Missionary on Wednesday afternoon at her After the lesson study was followed by the usual business presided over by the A lovely luncheon was served in The W. M. S. meeting for May will be held in the home of Mrs. O. W. May 5th. Struble Special Mrs. Rose who has spent the past four months in the home of her Mr. and Mrs. Nick Schlesser and returned to her home at West Le Mr. and Mrs. Alec McDougall and Miss motored to S. Sunday where they spent the day in the Judson McDougall Miss Ida Mentzer of Akron was an over Sunday visitor in the home of her Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Mrs. J. Dunn and Jackie and Miss Irene of visited in the Donald Nicholson Melvin Siebels is suffering from an attack of Misses Elizabeth and Regina Mrs. Henry Misses Edna and Rose Mary attended the play Sunday night at the St. Joseph hall in LeMars given by the The Misses Regina Schlesser ond na Groetken were members of the and Mrs. A. J. Ruhland and son were business visitors in Sioux Center on Mrs. Helena Ludwigs and family spent Sunday in the Gerd Ludwigs home near Mr. and Mrs. Otto Oltmann and Dolores attended a shower for Mr. and Mrs. Gerd Grosenheider at their home in Preston Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Otto Oltmann were Sioux City visitors Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nicholson and visited in the Lorenz Bertram home at last Mrs. Becker entertained 20 friends on Wednesday afternoon in courtesy to Mrs. Alwin of Le Bridge was played at four high score prizes were given to Mrs. Becker and Mrs. S. M. A large decorated basket filled with dainty gifts was presented to the guest of A tempting two course lunch was served at five Mrs. Ben Nicholson entertained about 30 little folks and their mothers to help Ellen celebrate her ninth Juvenile games were enjoyed by the and a fine birthday lunch was served by the Miss Ellen received a number of pretty birthday Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Harrison and Marlyn and of Sioux spent Wednesday in the home of Mrs. L. E. Those attending from ry Mrs. O. W. Mrs. Gordon Mrs. Fay Mrs. David Swanson and the Mrs. E. V. North Special Miss who has been working Iri for some returned to her home on Sunday BUI of Mammen was a business callers In one day this Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnson and Larry Mr. and Mrs. Fred Elsen and Helen and Harvey Johnson of were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Sam of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dirks of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Albright of and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Renken of near West Le were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John on Mr. and Mrs. Jack Popken and of were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Popken on Mrs. Fred Elsen and DUlis and Helen Johnson of were callers at the Fred Livermore on Mrs. Minnie Harms of is spending several days at the Dick Frerichs home of near Mr. and Mrs. Jim McKettrick of moved on Monday to Craig In the house formerly occupied Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waterbury were callers In Brunsville John Haage and of near were callers at the Fred Cassen home of Brunsville on Henry Borchers and and Louis Borchers were callers in on Friday Mr. and Mrs. Herren and family were visitors at the Fred home of Brunsville Saturday Otto Marienau of Brunsville was a caller in Le Mars on Several relatives helped Fred with his house cleaning on Fred Haage of near was a Brunsville caller on Mr. and Mrs. Martin Johnson and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson and family were visitors at the Henry Johnson home of Brunsville on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dirks and family of and Mrs. Minnie Harms and children were dinner guests at the Dick Frerichs home on Sam Diediker of Brunsville was business caller in Le on Henry Marienau and of near were business callers in Brunsville on Several attended the dance held in the hail on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. and family of were Each one present pieced who will be an early a quilt block for the honored besides presenting her with many useful At the close of the afternoon the hostess served a delicious Mr. and Mrs. C. F. motored to and spent the day in the home of Alex Mr. and Will McArthur and and Mrs. Lloyd of Sioux Sunday in homes of the Duncan and Alex The death of John Thursday came as a great shock to friends of this Mr. June Informal diversions enjoyed during the hours from until four when at time a delicious luncheon is a life long resident of this community and is popular among her young After her she with her will where they will future The best of the many friends go with them to thoir new was a business caller in Several ladies from attended the last farm bureau mooting of the year on medical treatment In the is not improving as satisfactorily as her many friends Would like to senior and junior class played to a crowded house in community hall Thursday and Friday Miss Larson who coached the deserves much credit for the success of this Miss Mary Catherine Beaubien as dinner guests in her home Saturday Miss Mary De Maynard Bowes and Dan all of Sioux Mrs. G. W. of Sioux visited in the Clark Lilly Mrs. A. J. Thornton spent a couple of days in the Lowell home at Junior high girls team was defeated Tuesday evening on the home grounds by Akron junior high Our girls win play a return game Friday evening of this Mr. and Mrs. Frank Welch had as Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Dahl from near The affair was in honor of Mrs. birthday Mrs. Dahl is the mother of Mrs. Frank Leonard and Eugene children of Mr. and Mrs. Frank accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Dahl and will remain there until Miss Eleanor Wahl returned to S. after a several visit in the home of her Mrs. Mary Wahl who was confined in St. Joseph's hospital having undergone an operation on his Mrs. Fred Emmick Is hostess to You Like club Wednesday of this week in her home east of Janice youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. was quite seriously sick In her home but is not Improving satisfactorily under the care of a baby Mr. and Mrs. Levi Kapfer returned home from a few visit with Sioux City Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shearer and Mr. and Mrs. Art Anderson motored to Mrs. Jack Reese of Brunsville spent the week-end in the home of her Mr. and Mrs. John The Seyler family moved their household goods the first of the week to the homes of their Mrs. Robert Root and Mrs. Fred Emmick as they have not made definite plans for the The Roy Wela family have moved into the residence just vacated by the Seyler Keith Knapp was hostess to the Tuesday afternoon card club this week In her The Philip Beaubien family accompanied Bernard Beaubien to C. C. camp at on Sunday and on the return trip visited relatives In Sioux Mrs. Blisner spent Sunday in the Heyl southeast of Fredonia Win Borchera home on Tuesday Special V.J. Mr. Hans at the John to Marcus Sunday afternoon Deegan having been a resident of afternoon at the farm bureau township several years and i Plans and posters wore made was well known Several for Miss Pearl from here attended the funeral H. D. was in charge of held in Struble The family has our sincere Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson and Rev. a former two children and Kiank of Seney and has re- motored lo from the ministry and now is living at What The death of Miss Ruth Monday evening at her homo northeast of camo as a shock to our Although she has been suffering more than a year from an in- where they wore of Mr. anil Mrs. K. P. Lippke ami family and Grandpa Mrs. Flank Donlin entertained a largo number of and at n jury to her caused by a fall j Miss she pneumonia the whose marriage will be an event a wolf Sunday in the Perry Center Special Albert Swanson returned home Thursday from a Sioux City hospital where he was a treatment and surgical patient the past few Lou Weber wont to Le Mars on Mr. and Mrs. John Kovarna and children went to S. purchased now tractor Mr. and Mrs. Clem and loft here Thursday morning for where they expect to Mrs. Roy is slowly improving at a Sioux City Miss Deloris Reynolds of Sioux the week-end with Ruth Mrs. O. W. Crouch and Mrs. Lloyd Crouch attended the mother and daughter banquet at Crescent park church in Sioux Wednesday Hans Petersen made a business trip to Le Albert formerly of this is seriously sick in the Methodist hospital in Sioux Miss Thelma Smith of Sioux was a guest in the David Swanson Mr. and Mrs. William of Sioux City visited in the Adolph Kovarna Alfred and Charles Oliver Sloan and Hans Petersen on Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms of were Sioux City on Thursday Mrs. Irene Stephenson and family were visitors at the Mrs. Ruble home on Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms and family were Le Mars callers on Saturday i Several attended the dance held in the hall on Saturday Miss Annie Oltmanns of spent the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Oltmanns in Mrs. Rosina of near was a visitor at the Dick Harms home of near Brunsville on Mrs. J. McHale and family of Brunsville were visitors at the home of near Brunsville on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lou Albright of Merrill were visitors at the John Dirks home of Brunsville on Mrs. Herman Popken of Brunsville was a visitor at the Mrs. Dena Diediker home of Brunsville on Henry Harms and of near Brunsville were callers at the Dick Harms home of near on Marten Johnson and Eddie Johnson were callers at the Henry Johmson home of Brunsville on Mr. and Mrs. Oltmanns and Mrs. Dena Diediker and children were visitors at the Dick Asseln home on Wednesday Herman Oltmanns and Bud Waterbury were business callers in Holstein on Several reminded Rosie of her birthday on Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Borchers and Mrs. Henry Johnson were Le Mars callers on Friday Herman Eilks was a dinner guest at the Herman Harms home of Brunsville on Mr. and Mrs. Martin Johnson and family anu Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson and Alice and Eddie Johnson were callers at the Henry Jolmson homo of Friday past was the ] of next Contests and diate cause of her Rev. T. 1 games of various sorts were used C. Batho conducted the funeral during the hours to services at the home Thursday furnish amusement for the Interment was made in tlie afternoon being concluded the Le Mars with the serving of a Mr. and Hoffmann of near Miss Hoffmann Orange City are the proud was the of many of a baby born April 8. and useful gifts and the best In the home of Mrs. Hoffman's ' wishes of all present for a happy Mr. and Mrs. Lige | Mrs. Hoffman was formerly i The courtesies for trude Hoffmann were continued Walker of Ireton on Sunday evening when Wednesday here looking after his of City i a few Mr and Mrs. Lige Mars several from Sioux also family attended a birthday parly i at a miscellaneous ' son Miss Pearl H. D. of Le conducted a training school for the local leaders of Perry and Liberty on in the home of Mrs. E. V. The subject studied was Facts of Interest lo the The lesson included a study of the factors which effect the family the spending and the Why farm homes are interested in in How the faim homo can How to read the articles on these subjects coming into the A potluck dinner was enjoyed at to help Mrs. Martin Mills celebrate her Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kloster and son La Verne of near Marcus visited in the C. P. Kloster home Sunday Caroline Vander Stoop had the misfortune of dislocating her elbow in a fall one Cay last Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lund called In the Jens Kloster home In Sunday Mrs. Axel Mrs. Tina Mrs. Hans Miller Mrs. Niels Petersen did some papering at the T. Kloster home Toval Kloster attended an Old Age pension meeting at LeMars Donald Lund visited with the Lyle Juhls Sunday Irene Petersen helped Mrs. Ray Bogh with her housework Saturday A large number from this vicinity attended the program at Fredonia district No. 1 schol Tuesday Irene Petersen helped Mrs. Ray Bogh with her housework Saturday A large number from this vicinity attended the program at Fredonia Dist. No. 1 on Tuesday Robert Lundgren hauled hay for Niels Mortensen Monday and Mrs. Ed Vanderstoop and son Johnnie were Wednesday afternoon visitors in the Niels Petersen Irene Petersen is a patient at the Sacred Heart The Oyens Luther League held their meeting in the home of Vernon Miller on Wednesday Wayne Mortensen has the scarlet Peter Mortensen is on the John Johnson and were Le Mars callers on Henry Ludwigs and of near were Le Mars callers on Fred was a caller in the Herman Heeren Thursday Miss Edna Kruse is assisting Mrs. Leonard Schoenrock with her work the past few Mr. and Mrs. Glaus Siebens of near Craig were callers in the Herman Kruse home on Henry Huis was a caller In the home of his John on Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kruse were Sunday dinner guests In the Harm Kruse Mrs. Carl Ahrendt was a caller in the home of her Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marienau of near Brunsville on Mr. and Mrs. and were Sunday evening visitors in the Charley John Hanno was a caller in the Kruse home on Mr. and Mrs. John were Thursday evening visitors in the John Huls Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ludwigs and Frances Mr. and Mrs. John Mammen were Sunday dinner guests in the Henry Ludwigs Sunday evening visitors in the Henry home were Mr. and Mrs. ClauS Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mr. and Mrs. Richard were Sunday visitors in the home of her Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Loris Gronemeyer spent several days at the Eilert Borchers Louis Bruns was a caller in the Herman Kruse home on Mr. and Mrs. John Onken were Le Mars callers on Those who reminded Mrs. Hannah of her birthday on Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Mammen and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miss Frances Elmer Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mr. and Mrs. Fred Livermore and family of Otto and Francis Mr. and Mrs. John Brabander and Art Mr. and Mrs. Schilling and family of Le Mr. and Mrs. S. Harms and Clarence Mr. and Mrs. and were Sunday dinner guests In the Glaus Siebens Otto Ludwigs and Gordon Mammen were Sunday afternoon visitors in the H. A. Ludwigs Those who reminded Berniece of her second birthday on Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Fred and Mr. and ' Mrs. Dick and Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. George callers on Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Jack Miss Frances Siebens and Ella and Many relatives and friends gathered in the Fred home on Saturday evening to help Mrs. Fred celebrate her Mr. and Mrs. Claus Siebens were Monday callers in the Hennigs Mr. and Mrs. John Popken of Marcus were Sunday visitors in the George Popken home in Brunsville Many friends and relatives reminded Mrs. Elmer Molzen of her birthday on Monday Mr. and Mrs. Herb Molzen of near were Sunday callers in the Henry Claus Siebens and Jack Ludwigs were business callers near on Wallace who has been in a CCC camp at Pine for several returned to home near Brunsville on Miss Tillie Siebens has returned to her spending several in this Fred home in Neb. Miss Margaret Siebens is assisting Ben Borchers of near with her house work the past Quite a number from here attended the funeral of Herman Eilers on Sunday afternoon at the Craig Lutheran Miss Hannah who spent the winter months in who her Rueben returned to her Special Those who came to attend the funeral of Herman were his wife and 10 of his 12 The two older boys being married and one living in and the other In Also Mr. and Mrs. George Oltmanns of S. Mr. and Mrs. Pereboom of S. Mr. and Mrs. Harm Johnson of S. Mr. and Mrs. Onnie of Dell Miss Hilka Croon of S. also a number of the families of neighbors and their and his Herman Albers of is relatives The funeral of Herman Eilers of S. held here Sunday was largely Mr. Eilers and family lived here for many years before moving to Friends and relatives at the Martin Croon home to remind Mrs. Croon of her birthday last Those present were Mrs. Amelia Schulz and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mr. and Mrs. Otto and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Beitelspacher and Mr. and Mrs. Fred and Mr. and Mrs. Dick and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Renken and Mr. and Mrs. John Hartmann and Minnie Hartman and Robert and Albert The evening was spent in playing pinochle and social A delicious luncheon was Miss Mildred teacher of the Noble school was called her home near Thursday on account of the serl 0U8 sickness of her tfi was removed to a Sioux City Miss Winter returned oH Friday morning to her a meeting of the Grant ship school directors was called by the Grant The meeting was held in school for the outline of on to It Central Electric & Telephone Co. Save for a Rainy Day TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY FEATURES CREAM 2 dime LUMP 2 pound EAGLE BRAND 4 FIG 2 a nice tall 3 large 4 GINGER a full 3 GREEN Miller's High 2 lbs. NEW SPUDS or large 14-oz. each PREPARED quart jar DILL 4 Millers Grocery Where You Buy Wholesale at Retail Typewriter Practice OR Westfield Special Mrs. Frank Welch will be to the St. Thursday of this week In her The formal opening of park was held Friday April 23. A three day celebration was Mr. and Mrs. Levi Kapfer spent several days in the home of her parents at Mrs. Seyler is spending several days in the home of her Robert near Homer Buhl of Long visited in the A. A. Martin Mrs. Hose who is re- SECOND SHEETS Washington Center Special John Johnson and were Wednesday callers In the Johnson home of near ' Jack Ludwigs was a Le Mars caller on Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waterbury were Wednesday callers in the Ben Tool Jack is spending a few days in the home of her Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tool of Mr. and Mrs. Hennigs and were Tuesday evening visitors in the Claus Siebens near John Hanno of Lo Mars was a caller in the Herman Kruse home of near Brunsville on Wednesday Miss Francis Siebens is assisting in the Herman home the past Mrs. John Mammen spent the past week with her Mrs. Henry Clarence assisted Charley with his work the past few Mr. and Mrs. Claus Siebens of near Craig were Le Mars callers John Hanno was a caller in the 500 SHEETS FOR ONLY Regular 45c Through a very fortunate purchase we arc able to offer to the public this economical Just the thing for beginner typewriter for letter or home This is not as high quality as our regular 75c a ream Pattern 10-Copy, but it's plenty good where high quality is not A Limited your supply The Newspaper With Nearly 3500 Guaranteed Subscribers LeMars and
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