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   LeMars Globe Post (Newspaper) - August 14, 1933, Lemars, Iowa                                LE MARS GLOBE-POST MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 193S gecial Correspondent) f. I'M. Marbach and fain-i-;We(Jriesday evening at �'hpme near Sprlnk, S. aouth ladies aid met at J basement Tliursday af--Tlie hostess being Mrs. iMrs, Rev. Smith,   Mrs. ollinan and   Mrs.    Lou ^4 Mrs. Fred Toel of Hin-i:,Mr.  and  Mrs.  Charlie lijjiwere Sunday afternoon the Henry   Borchers er:.bf near here attend-! ading dance of Mr. and ^ ili^W Borchers at Craig   on y 9!|9ited9 Monday   at   the i;ihome. , Siats Fair Plans Rc&o Des Molncs,:/a., Special; Iowa will have the opporttm/fy (o sef some of the most famous cowboy "Ijroncho-busters", ropers, and steel wreatlRTB of the entire coni^try in seven nlRhts of championship com petition when the Iowa Stale Fair presents Its first Rodeo anil Stam peile here from Aug. 25 through Aug. 31; The Rodeo will be a feature . every ni.stht ot the fair, in aildition to special Roileo events each after noon. Chuck wagon races, wild-boraes races, bulUIogglng, wild-horse r((l/ng, steer rliJIng, roping, and other fainous sports will be included ' in the contests, in which over 75 lamoua cowboys and cowgirls have already erilored. , . . Alvin Chrlstensen, left Monday morning for Chicago, where they will attend the world's fair. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Donlin, Tuesday, August 1. Mr. and Mrs. E. P; Herzer and family enjoyed a visit from friends of Shenandoah, recently. Hans ePlersen accompanied Ejnar Christopherson of Dodge Center, Kansas, to Tyler, Minn., Tuesday for a day's visit with relatives there. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Trometer gave a wedding dance in Hinton for their friends, Saturday; night. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver McClain of Minneapolis, accompanied by Mrs. M. Petersen and Mrs. David Sun-derson and daughter Ruth tetum-ed .l)ome_ ^H")j^Y^,^yg^tog   from' ' PERRY CENTER |t #;r'''(By Correspondent) EJrar .Hansen accompanied by '..V'. brmer Sioux Cityans. The Perry township school board held a special meeting on Monday of last week at the Perry Center school house.  They, de- daughter of Denver, visited relatives and friends here last week. Mrs,' Miller came here to attend the;funeral of her husband's father, Chas, Miller. S. W. LIBERTY ,   (By Special Correspondent) Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Trometer and ^homas Beaulleu attended the klttiitiball game in Hinton last Tuesday evening. Mr' .and A^rs. Charles Kelley and son Lewis and Alex Beaulleu motored to Madison, Wis., last Wednesday for a few days' visit in tbd home of Ed Kelley. Mrs. Ed Kelley and children, who have been visiting relatives and friends in Sioux City, returned home �with them, Mrs. Martin , Rosburg and daughter, Lucille Gpnners, visited Saturday evening in the Robert Browniee home. The ladies' aid of Hinton gave a miscellaneous shower le^t Thursday afternoon in the town hall ih honor of Mrs. Leslie Trometer, one of their members and a recent bride. Mrs. Trometer received a large number of very useful and some very beautiful ! gifts. Mrs, jCharles Juzek sr. and son Clarence visited over Saturday night in Sioux City with Mrs. Ju-zekjs mother. Grandma Procak. Fitiends ''in this vicinity were Eorry to hear of the death last Wednesday morning of Mrs- Julia Ann-; Webber an aged resident of Sloqx township. The funeral was hel(\,in Sioux City, Friday after-noop. little Shirley Bebee of Sibley, visited last week in the home pf her; cousin, Mrs. Edwin Beaulleu. A very large crowd attended thf wedding dance of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Trometer last Saturday night in the community hall. Tlie Hinton orchestra furnished some yery fine music. Miss Grace Bemnett / visited .several days last week in the ^home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Doane. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kelley of iWillmar, Minn., are visiting with friends and relatives this week in this vincity are in Sioux City. Plans are being made to hold the annual farm bureau picnic, on August 22, on the same grounds it has been held for the past several years at the Lyal Sturtevant farm. Mrs. George Berger and Ruth visited last Thursday afternoon in the William Earnest home. Ed Beauiieu and son Edwin and Bill Angove were business callers in LeMars last Monday. cided to paint all the school buses but oiie on the outside, two on the inside and reshlngle one and other repairs. Leo Kelly of Atwater, Minn., arrived in Sioux City Sunday for a few days visit here with friends and relatives. ' 'bk-. and Mrs. George Petermsii and children of Sioux City, were Sunday guests in the home of ^'r. and Mrs. Wm. Ernst. Ejnar Christopherson of Do^ge City, Kansas, was a dinner g^est in the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Swanson, Monday.  Alec Benulien and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kelly and son are visitors with their son, Ed Kelly and family in Madison, Wis, Mr. and Mrs, Oliver McCl�in of Minneapolis are visiting relatives i IRPPTV and children .returned home laat! ^ar^vtfe/'e iJUhtfAy'yJWtariPtt^Lag Sunday of last -week from a few' " " " days visit with friends and relatives In Hurley, a. K , Mrs. Mervin Miller ^^ahd   little Luther League of Grant which met ^t the Pagcler home with Henry and Bill Hartman entertaining. Rev. A. Schempp o� BrunsvlUe was in/charge of the meeting. i Mrs. Katherln95 McHalo   and Mrs. Fred Stephfiifeen and daughter Mario visited, at the George! Wllkcns home Monday evenlpg.   ! Mr. and Mrs. Chiles Mammon I of north of town W^re   Monday evening   callers    at   the   John Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson and daughter Alice of Preston township visited at the Henry Johnson home on Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Albi-lght and son Wesley called in Merrill on Tufesday. A number from' this vicinity attended the wedding dance of Mr- and Mrs.' Jack ''Borchers , at Craig Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gerd Pecks and family visited on Monday evening at the Otto Marlenau home. Mr. apd Mrs. Harm Heeren and sons, Wallace and Harlan, of Grant and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cas-sen visited at the Fred Ohlrichs home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brunken and daughter Luverne of near LeMars were Monday evening calers at the Lou Albright home, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Renken and son Randall were callers in town Tuesday evening. Mrs. Fred Livermore and son Orville were Tuesday evening visitors at the Edw Johnson home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rolapp of LeMars visited at the Henry Johnson home Tuesday. : Mr. and Mrs. George Renken of near Craig were callers at the Fred Cassen home one day last week. Mr, and Mrs. Henry Peters and daughter of south of town were callers here Monday evening. A large crowd attended the free movies here Monday evening. These movies are given each Monday evening, spon.wred by the merchants of BrunsvlUe. Henry Dirks of Akron transacted business in Brunsville Friday. Miss Lavonne Frerichs of near Struble who spent several da,ys here with her cousin, Marie Harms, relumed to her home on Sunday alternoon. Jack Reese and John Harms were callers in Sioux City on Sunday afternoon,    Mr. and Mrs. John Dirks Sheriff Racss at the Fair Des Moines, la., Special: News that Frank Sands, famous "speed-Ins sheriff" of Orr, Minnesota, has entered for the Iowa State Fair auto race meets on both Fridays, Aug. 25 and Sept. 1, promises sports fans further speed sensations at these coming classics. Entries already Include such famous names of Sig Haugdahl, . Gus Schrader, American 1932 National Champion, Buddy Calloway, Emory Collina, Canadian champion, and nearly sixty others of the country's foremost stars. iSlgUt: races will be held on each pC the. two attornoons on the fast .Iowa State Fair half-mile oval. bests on last Sunday when they entertained, at dinner, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Brandstetter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hahn from west of Merrill and Mrs. Will Keuhh and children from LeMars and Miss Rosa Remer. TRACING PAPER AT THB iarbon paper at the Globe-Poat STANTON (By Special Correspondent) Miss Elizabeth Schumann, who is a student nurse at the Lutheran hospital in Sioux City, Is spending her vacation at the home of her father, Wm. Schu-h^ann. Tim Bergln and daughter Rose and son Ralph, left Sunday evening for Chicago, where they will attend the Century of Progress. Miss Lillian Brennan,   who   Is fehaploy'ed with the J. C. Penney Co. at LeMars, a^ent last week In the Matt Brendan home. Mrs. Arthur Kounkel and Infant son, returned home from the Methodist hospital In Sioux-City, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hodgson and son, Clayton, spent tho week end visiting in the home of Mrs. Hodgson's parents, Mr. and Mrig. Rev. McKinley, near Council Bluffs. Miss Gladys Stoewer spent several days of last week visiting In the S. O. Locer home In LeMars. Mrs. , Harold Warner and daughter, Joanne Lee, spent several days of this week visiting In the Otto RIppey home In Kings-ley. Sioux City shoppers Monday included Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kehrberg, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schrooten, and Mrs. Wm. Stoewer and daughter Gladys. List Conections Have Been Made ft And although extreme care was taken so there would be no mistakes, they are bound to happen. Hundreds took advantage of our special $1 a year rale and paid their subscriptions before August 1. In the grand rush mistakes were probj^ble. Please check your yellow label at the top of page 1 wilh your receipt. If it doesn't compare, bring in the receipt and we'll correct it to conform. As LeMars city subscribers receive their papers by carrier, no labels are put on, but anyone in the city who wishes a final check, may get one by calling at this office. We are planning to discontinue all arrears by Monday, August 14. Play safe, so you don't miss a single issue of the paper. The response to the advance in subscription price was remarkable, and v/e take this means of thanking ah those who took advantage of the opportunity to save $1. ^Published Mondays and Thursdays �> THE PAPER WITH THE LARGE CIRCULATION NOW $2 PER YEAR IN  ADVANCE John'Lehman home. Mr.i and Mrs. C. D. Eberhard and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wetrosky sr. and daughter, Eve--lyne and Mr. and Mrs. John Leh mann and daughter Violet, were Sunday evening visitors in the Elmer Wetrosky homo. Mr. and Mrs. Lieb Deutschle and daughter Shirley were Sunday dinner guests in the Geopge Kress home. A large crowd attended Mr. and Mrs, Leslie Trometer's wedding dance held at Hinton on Saturday night. Virgil Ross visited with his friend, Wallace Baack, over the week end, Mr. and Mrs, eGorge Lehman, and daughter, Patsy Ann, and Mr, Crowley, were visitors in the John Lehmann home on Thursday, Mr. and Mrs, Wm, Labahn and family were dinner guests on Sunday in the Eimei" Lehmana home. Mr. and Mrs. John Lehmann and Violet were visitors, in tlie Elmer Lehmann home on Monday evening. Henry Bauerly shelled com for George Kress on Tuesday. BRUNSVILLE (By Special Correspondent) Miss Geraldine Pew of LeMars spent a few days with her school chum, Miss Mildred Harms, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Martfleld and family of West LeMars were Monday evening visitors at the home ot Mrs, O, Redelfs, Mr, a.nd Mrs. Henry Maricnau I and family of north of town vis-1 ited at the John Dirks home on Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fiach-man and children, Luverne and Shirley, visited with relatives near Kramer, Neb,, for several days, Mr, and Mrs. Ed Dirks and children, Betty and Richard, of Akron, were Sunday visitor.s at thp Ch.arle.'! Richards home, Mr. and Mm. George Albright and family and ViXss Anna Cstcr-hulir ot Grant were Sunday dinner guests at the Lou Albright home. The infant twins of Mr, and Mr.s, George Albright were christened Sunday morning and were named Marilyn Ann and Marlin Georgro. The sponsors were Mr, and Mrs, Lou Albright and Mr, and Mrs. Tom Peterson, Mr, and Mrs, Fred Cassen visited at the Henry Johnson home on Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs, John Dirks and Mrs, John Harms and daughters, Marie and Joyce, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Dick Frerichs home of near Struble, Wm. Borchers of near Akron was a busine.ss caller here Tuesday. Several from here attended the daughter, Johanna and Miss Anna Oltmanns were business callers In LeMars Monday afternoon. Mr. an^ Mrs. Fred Schuldt and children, former residents of this place, who have rhade their home in MoNaliy*.' for several nionth.s, haVe moved to Blencoe, dren and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Mc-Arthur of Sioux City attended the wedding. Mrs. Harry Britton of Spencer, spent the week end in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sara Green. Mis,? Margaret Moore returned to Olenwood after visiting her parents far a tline.' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker v/ere Sioux City visitors on Sunday. Mrs, Charley Ewin was visiting relatives here on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Riter and son Charles and daughter Jean of Rock Rapids, visited in the homes of E, H. Riter and W. E. Hcnn-rlch, Sunday. Sam Uthe and Dwight Riter, were Sioux City visitors on Monday. Mr, and Mr.s, W, E, Hennrich attended ihe funeral of the late Charles Bortr.am of Ireton. Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Becker and son Bobbie and Dwight P.itor were Sioux City callers Monday. Frad and Pauline Riter and Dorothy Detloff were Sioux City call-anrt j er.s Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Albra returned to Spencer one day last week after spending the summer in the homo of Lora Green. Mr. and Mrs. Lora Green and family have gone to Lake Andes, where Mr. Green is employed. Miss Leona Rients   and   Miss CRAIG HAS ONE OF THE MOST WONDER. FUL PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENTS IN IOWA OR THE WHOLE COUN-TRY. The stock is one of the largest, cleanest and mo�t complete. Don't have doctors fill your prescriptions fifonn dark, dusty rooms, or from small stock which probably means substitution. Prices.are lower than even in Chicago, New Yorl^ On-:aha or Sioux City. C. J. Snyder is a graduate in drugs of the North Western College of Evanston, 111., in 189i5. I have been doing business 40 years Come in and see my prescription department. I have a scale that will weigh a hair or 1-120th of a grain. Cost of scale, $120. I fill prescriptions as written by your doctor -no substitutes. I can save you money on Pig Wormers, FIyi Chaser, Stock Dip, or anything in the drug line. Lime and Sulphur Dip, the best in the world. C. J. SNYDER ..jsasss O." Frerichs and daughter, Darlene, were Sunday aft;ernoon visitors at the Henry Marienau home of Grant township. Mr. and Mrs, Ii|rman Popkcn and family of noi-tli' of town visited at the George Popken homo Monday evening. SENEY (By Special Correspondent) W. C. Bcrgmann and daughter Clara went to the Methodist camp at the lakes on Thursday. He returned the next day but Clara stayed for the week. The ladies' aid which was postponed from Wednesday on account of the vreather, wa.s hold on Thursday at the homo of Mr.s. Lou Bouma, After the bu,S!no.s;i meeting a fine lunch v.-a.'; .served, Mrs, C, W, Cnok received word of a son born to Mr. and Mrs. Jay Donlin of near Sioux City Wednesday of last wfipk, Mr. and Mrs, Alfred DeRaad and little son went down on Wednesday, Mrs, DeRaad to take care of her little nephew, Mr. and Mrs, W, R, Hennrich were Sioux City visitors on Friday. J. J. Dcegan came home from Dubuque and Iowa City on Monday where he has been .sick for a number of weeks. He is slowly getting better. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Hilder-brand of Sioux City, visited the week end in the Elam Chapman home, Mr. and Mrs, Grant Chapman and daughter, Constance, drove to Sheldon on Sunday to vi,sit in the home of Mr, and Mrs, Dan McArthur. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Weld of Iowa City, made a .short call in Seney Tuesday, Bobbie and Marylin Utcch of LeMars arc spending a few day.s with their grandparent.s, Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Utcch, while (.heir parents are attending the American Legion convention at Dubuque and tho Century of Progre.s.s at Chicago, Pauline and Marjoric Riter and Dorothy Detloff of Luverne, Minn,, visited in the homo of Mr, and Mrs, Sam Uthe, on Tuesday. The official board of the church Tnet in the church on Tuesday evening, Sam Uthe lost a valuable hor.se recently. Mrs. Grant Chapman and daughter Con.stanfe, visited .south of LeMars In the home of Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Connor, Tuesday, Miss Ruby Crocker of Sanborn and Meivin McArthur. were married .'X.ugu.st !), at Sanborn. Mr. and Mrs. Al McArthur, Mr. and Mrs. R, A. McArthur and   chil- Fred Pcch visited in the W. E Hennrich home Monday. Mrs. C. W, Cook visited In the Jay Donlin home on Wednesday, Lois Hondrick!50n is vi.siting few day.s in Alton with her par ents. The men of this community are painting the hall this week. Mrs. C, Moore and Mrs, Ralph Sout.hwiok were Sioux City visit or.s Wednesday, George Sieger.sma took a load of hogs on Wedne.sday for Llge JM.ir.s. Classified ads pubii.''hed In The njobe-Post bring the best re.sults for the simple reason that they go into the liomes of more people WESTERN STANTON (By Special Correspondent) Robert Kluver, son of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Kluvor, returned to Ilia home laat week after visiting in tlie liome of his grandparents, Mr, -and Mrs, John Kluver, near Akron. Mr, and Mr.s. Frank Hoffmann and family and Mrs. Alvin Flick and .son Billy, were entertained at a picnic dinner last Sunday at the country home of Mr. and Mrs Donni.s Hoffmann, west of Merrill. Mrs. Chris Urban is spending a pleasant vacation at the John Kluver home, near Akron. Mrs, George Kehrberg and daughters, Wllma and Laura Belle, returned home Sunday after enjoying a week in Chicago and attending the world's fair, Mrs, Henry Kluver and daughter, Vera, and son, Stanley,, are enjoying a vacation at Sioux City in the home of Mrs. Kluver's parents, Mr, and Mrs, Harry Crawford, Several from Stanton attended the kittenball game held at Merrill Thursday evening, between the McCorkell team of Merrill, and Stanton,   Stanton won 10-8, Mr, and Mrs, Lynn Winter and family frOm Rcmsen, were callers last week in the Elmer Lentz home, Mr, and Mrs, I, E, Brandstetter and son Roger, motored to Pipestone, Minn,, Sunday where they spent the day in the E. P. Lipp-ke home. Rev, and Mrs, H, W, Kalas and daughter, Vera, from Milbank, S, D, visited last week in the G, W, Dannc home. They were enroute to Naperville, Iowa, to visit their son, Fred Reinhardt and daughter, Olelha and Mr, and Mrs, Will Gc.hrhart, from Alta Vista, visited relatives in this vicinity last week, Mr, and Mrs, W. F. Danne were KNOW LE MARS	 5,000 Citizens To Welcome	 	 A Ready Reference Guide to the Leading Business and Professional Men.	 j ! HACKLER'S BARBER SHOP LE MAUS, IOWA !   My prices remain the   same, halrcuas 25c.   Children under J 1 12, 30c.   Shaves 15e, i I will not change the price un-[    tall the farmers get more for their products or Franklin D. says to charge more.	W. F. REMER ESTATE Quality Coal PrUed Ri^t Delivered Right Now Phoue 70 	KOENIG HARDWARE CO., Inc. fliunblng   Ttnshop   Furnace* Let us figure your next heating Job. S****                              BtON 839        I'UONl!:S        42 \            SEFXY'S frVfiViHAl. IHKECTORS ITniNITUItJI L. E. 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