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   LeMars Globe Post (Newspaper) - April 26, 1937, Lemars, Iowa                                PAGE SIX LEMARSGLOBE^POST MONDAY, APRIL 26. mil SENEY OFFICE Walnut   Shell   Removed From Little Girl's ^>'<    .�. ' Ear (By Special Correspondent) What might have been a more serious accident, perhaps causing the loss of life, occurred at the elevator in Seney Saturday after-^noon while John Hartog and Albert Olson were trying to open an empty barrel, it exploded, CAUsIng much damage to the interior of the office. The end of the barrel was blown out with �uch force it stuck in the ceiling, the clock was blown off the shelf to the opposite side of the room, windows all blown out and almost completely wrecking the stove. Fortunately neither men were hiirt with the exception of a few Ijlirns. The building was repaired Monday by Jake Berkenpas. Chas. Carwell, who Is taking treatments from a specialist in Canistota, S. D., expects to return home soon. At this writing no improvement has been made. Little Dorothy Hinde, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hinde, is under the doctor's care, having hm a piece of walnut shell removed from her ear, which had Injured the ear drum. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Buss, Vincent and Elaine Buss of Le Mars were dinner guests in the Vincent Lancaster home, Sunday. Mrs. Siisan Rayburn received word Saturday evening of the death of her brotherinlaw, C. Rayburn, of Newton, Kansas, Which occurred at his home, Saturday. Mr. Rayburn was a brother of the late Z. Rayburn. Mrs. Rayburn was unable to attend the funeral which was held Monday, on account of sickness. , Mr. Hartog, of Orange City, father of the Hartog brothers, ncnt a few days last week with hlil sons, here. : Kenneth Rees has secured employment with the grading gang Working on highway No.*18 near Hull. Vernon Penning left for Hud-eon, S. D., Tuesday, where he will asBlat Walter Woodhouse with the farm work a couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rees, Mrs. Margaret Rees and daughter, Eva. of Seney, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jenkins and family ctf L� Mars, spent Sunday with friends and relatives in and around Cherokee and Aurelia.  ^ -Bii. ..o-I    Mr. and.Mrs. Hans MiUer mo- itora at the John IJlrks home, oftored to Marcus Sunday afternoon Deegan having been a resident of ! afternoon at the farm bureau of-Elgin township several years and i fice. Plans and posters wore made was well known here. Several � for achicvcmont day. Miss Pearl from here attended the funeral : Sims, H. D. A., was in charge of held in Struble    Saturday.   The jthe work. family has our sincere .sympathy. !    Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson and Rev. Phillips, a former minis- < two children and Kiank Zimmer-ter of Seney and Merrill, has re-  man, motored lo Pipestone, Min- tlred from the ministry and now is living at What Choer, Iowa. The death of Miss Ruth Rair-den Monday evening at her homo northeast of lierc, camo as a shock to our community. Although she has been suffering foi' more than a year from an in- ncsola, .Sunday, where they wore guosts of Mr. anil Mrs. K. P. Lippke ami family and Grandpa Zinimorrnan. Mrs. Flank Donlin entertained a largo number of rolalives and friend.s at n mi;icollanoous .shower Wodnosday afloiiioon, compli- jury to her back, caused by a fall j monting Miss GiM'trudo Hoffmann. .......,      ____  . she   conti'acted   pneumonia    the ; whose marriage will be an event j.shot a wolf Sunday in the Ander- Perry Center (By Special Correspondent) Albert Swanson returned home Thursday from a Sioux City hospital where he was a treatment and surgical patient the past few weeks. Lou Weber wont to Le Mars on business, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Kovarna and children went to Yankton, S. D.. .Sunday. V'/illiam  Angovo  purchased now tractor recently. Mr. and Mrs. Clem OhIsen and Robert, loft here Thursday morning for Washington, where they expect to reside. Mrs. Roy Clemcnson is slowly improving at a Sioux City hospital. Miss Deloris Reynolds of Sioux City, .qpent the week-end with Ruth Swanson. Mrs. O. W. Crouch and Mrs. Lloyd Crouch attended the mother and daughter banquet at Crescent park church in Sioux City, Wednesday evening. Hans Petersen made a business trip to Le Mars, Monday. Mr.g. Albert Husted, formerly of this vicinity, is seriously sick in the Methodist hospital in Sioux City. Miss Thelma Smith of Sioux City, was a guest in the David Swanson home, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Flanncry of Sioux City visited in the Adolph Kovarna homo, Sunday. Alfred and Charles Andenson, Oliver Sloan and Hans Petersen Brunsville, on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms of Brunsville, were Sioux City shoppers, on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Irene Stephenson and family were visitors at the Mrs. Ruble home on Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms and family were Le Mars callers on Saturday evening.-j i Several attended the dance held in the Brunsvllle hall on Saturday evening. Miss Annie Oltmanns of Brunsville, spent the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Oltmanns in Carroll, Iowa. Mrs. Rosina Plueger of near Brunsville, was a visitor at the Dick Harms home of near Brunsville on Sunday. Mrs. J. McHale and family of Brunsville were visitors at the Bill Rlckean home of near Brunsville on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Albright of Merrill were visitors at the John Dirks home of Brunsville on Sunday. Mrs. Herman Popken of Brunsville was a visitor at the Mrs. Dena Diediker home of Brunsville on Thursday. Henry Harms and son, Harvey, of near Brunsville were callers at the Dick Harms home of near Brun-svUlc on Sunday. Marten Johnson and son, Eddie Johnson were callers at the Henry Johmson home of Brunsville on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Heniy Oltmanns and Mrs. Dena Diediker and children were visitors at the Dick Asseln home on Wednesday evening. Herman Oltmanns and Bud Waterbury were business callers in Holstein on Wednesday. Several reminded Rosie WUk-ens of her birthday on Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Borchers and Mrs. Henry Johnson were Le Mars callers on Friday afternoon. Herman Eilks was a dinner guest at the Herman Harms home of Brunsville on Sunday. 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 Brunsville, Friday morning. past week, wliich was the imme- ] of next VVodnosday. Contests and diate cause of her dcatli. Rev. T. 1 games of various sorts were used C. Batho conducted the funeral , during the aftornocjn hours to services at the home Thursday af- , furnish amusement for the guests, tcrnoon. Interment was made in tlie afternoon being concluded the Le Mars cemetery. : with the serving of a    deliciou.s Mr. and Mr.s. Hoffmann of near spiing luncheon. Miss Hoffmann Orange City are the proud par- ; was the rocijjiont of many boau-ents of a baby boy, born April 8. ! tiful and useful gifts and the best In the home of Mrs. Hoffman's ' wishes of all present for a happy ents, Mr. and Mrs.   Lige   Mars. | future. Mrs. Hoffman was formerly Jaco- i The courtesies for Mi.ss Gor-ba Mars. trude  Hoffmann   were   continued Walker Bushi|y of Ireton .spent on Sunday evening when Mi.ss Wednesday here looking after his : Fi-antes 'fieck of .Sioux City on-ja,f,]. i tertaintd  a  few .Stanton  frioml.'; Mr and Mrs. Lige Mars and'imd several from Sioux City, also family attended a birthday parly i at a miscellaneous shower. ' Caicl.s son pasture. Miss Pearl Sims, H. D. A., of Le Mars, conducted a training school for the local leaders of Perry and Liberty townships, on Thuisday in the home of Mrs. E. V. Bailey. The subject studied was Economic Facts of Interest lo the Homemaker." The lesson included a study of the factors which effect the family income, the spending and the .savings. Why farm homes are interested in turiff.s, intenancy. in credit. How the faim homo can .study taxes. How to read the articles on these subjects coming into the home. A potluck dinner was enjoyed at to help Mrs. Martin Mills celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kloster and son La Verne of near Marcus visited in the C. P. Kloster home Sunday evening. Caroline Vander Stoop had the misfortune of dislocating her elbow in a fall one Cay last week. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lund called In the Jens Kloster home In Oy-ens Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Axel Petersen, Mrs. Tina Miller, Mrs. Hans Miller and, Mrs. Niels Petersen did some papering at the T. Kloster home Monday. Toval Kloster attended an Old Age pension meeting at LeMars Monday. Donald Lund visited with the Lyle Juhls Sunday afternoon. Irene Petersen helped Mrs. Ray Bogh with her housework Saturday afternoon. 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 afternoon. A large number from this vicinity attended the program at Fredonia Dist. No. 1 .school on Tuesday evening. Robert Lundgren hauled hay for Niels Mortensen Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Ed Vanderstoop and son Johnnie were Wednesday afternoon visitors in the Niels Petersen home. Irene Petersen is a patient at the Sacred Heart hospital. The Oyens Luther League held their meeting in the home of Vernon Miller on Wednesday evening. Wayne Mortensen has the scarlet fever. Peter Mortensen is on the slci, list. evening. John Johnson and daughter, Alice, were Le Mars callers on Wednesday, Henry Ludwigs and son, Bill, of near Brunsville, were Le Mars callers on Monday. Fred Osterbuhr was a caller in the Herman Heeren home, Thursday morning. Miss Edna Kruse is assisting Mrs. Leonard Schoenrock with her work the past few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Glaus Siebens of near Craig were callers in the Herman Kruse home on Wednesday. Henry Huis was a caller In the home of his son, John Huls, on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kruse were Sunday dinner guests In the Harm Kruse home. Mrs. Carl Ahrendt was a caller in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marienau home, of near Brunsville on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Hllbert Hennlgs and son, Lloyd, were Sunday evening visitors in the Charley Plueger homcl John Hanno was a caller in the Bill Kruse home on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Ahrendscn were Thursday evening visitors in the John Huls home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ludwigs and Frances Siebens, Mr. and Mrs. John Mammen were Sunday dinner guests in the Henry Ludwigs home. Sunday evening visitors in the Henry Plueger home were Mr. and Mrs. ClauS Siebens, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kruse, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Molzen. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Plueger were Sunday visitors in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Beeck. Loris Gronemeyer spent several days at the Eilert Borchers home. Louis Bruns was a caller in the Herman Kruse home on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Onken were Le Mars callers on Friday. Those who reminded Mrs. Hannah Klelhauer of her birthday on Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Mammen and Mrs. John Mammen, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ludwigs, Miss Frances Siebens, Ella, Bill, Elmer Ludwigs, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Livermore and family of Brunsville, George, Dick, Herman, Otto and Francis Osterbuhr, Mr. and Mrs. John Brabander and family. Art Albright, Mr. and Mrs. Schilling and family of Le Mars, Mr. and Mrs. S. Harms and family, Clarence Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Hllbert Hennig.s and son, Lloyd, were Sunday dinner guests In the Glaus Siebens home. Otto Ludwigs and Gordon Mammen were Sunday afternoon visitors in the H. A. Ludwigs home. Those who reminded Berniece Plueger of her second birthday on Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plueger and family, Mr. and ' Mrs. Dick Plueger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hllbert Hen-nigs and -son, Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. George Renken. BiwsvlUe callers on . Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. John Mammen, Mrs. Jack Ludwlg.s, Miss Frances Siebens and Ella and Bill Ludwigs. Many relatives and friends gathered in the Fred Plueger home on Saturday evening to help Mrs. Fred Plueger celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Claus Siebens were Monday callers in the Hllbert Hennigs home. 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 evening. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Molzen of near Ruble, were Sunday callers in the Henry Plueger homo. Claus Siebens and Jack Ludwigs were business callers near Royal, Iowa, on Tuesday. Wallace Reese, who has been in a CCC camp at Pine Valley, Cal., for several months, returned to Jhis home near Brunsville on Wednesday, Miss Tillie Siebens has returned to her home, after.,, spending several weelcff in this Fred Reriken home in Lincoln, Neb. Miss Margaret Siebens is assisting Mrs, Ben Borchers of near Craig, with her house work the past week. Quite a number from here attended the funeral of Herman Eilers on Sunday afternoon at the Craig Lutheran church. Miss Hannah Fischer, who spent the winter months in Red-lands, Calif., who her sister, Mrs; Rueben Bartlett, returned to her home, Saturday. Craiff (By Special Correspondent) Those who came to attend the funeral of Herman Eilers, were his wife and 10 of his 12 children. The two older boys being married and one living in Okla-home and the other In Washington. Also Mr. and Mrs. George Oltmanns of Madison, S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Pereboom of Chester, S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Harm Johnson of Chester, S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Onnie Croon, of Dell Rapids., Miss Hilka Croon of Salem; S. D., also a number of the families of neighbors and their pastor" and his wife. Herman Albers of Pipestone, is islting relatives here. The funeral of Herman Eilers of Chester, S. D., held here Sunday was largely attended. Mr. Eilers and family lived here for many years before moving to Dakota. Friends and relatives erathered at the Martin Croon home to remind Mrs. Croon of her birthday last Thursday. Those present were Mrs. Amelia Schulz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frie'-. berg, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ludwigs, and Alfred, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Beitelspacher and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plueger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Plueger' and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hartman, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Renken and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Hartmann and family, Mrs, Minnie Hartman and son, Henry, Robert and Albert Dirks. The evening was spent in playing pinochle and social visiting. A delicious luncheon was served. Miss Mildred  Winter,   teacher of the Noble school was called her home near Hinton, Thursday evenhig on account of the serl 0U8 sickness of her father,   tfi was removed to a Sioux City Dm' pital.   Miss Winter returned oH Friday morning to her school, a "a meeting of the Grant towif ship school directors was   called by the president, Grant Hanstelm The meeting was held in  contdf school for the outline of genertl| business. theTELEWONI on [the^fdym Mfnsiitsfkeep monyo trip, to town. It 'pwU^oo^nJouch*^ wlth'^diitbiitrinarkiti' Not1)ingt^?i�Tt0 MUCHrorToUnLEyi Central Electric & Telephone Co. 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Mr. and Mrs. Levi Kapfer spent several days in the home of her parents at Akron. Mrs. Wm. Seyler is spending several days in the home of her daughter, Mr.s. Robert Root, near Akron. Homer Buhl of Long Pine, Neb., visited in the A. A. Martin home, Sunday. Mrs. Hose Shearer, who is re- SECOND SHEETS Washington Center (By Special Correspondent) John   Johnson   and   daughter, Alice, were Wednesday callers In the Bill Johnson home   of   near Brunsville. ' Jack Ludwigs was a Le Mars caller on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waterbury were Wednesday callers in the Ben Tool home. Jack Osterbuhr is spending a few days in the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tool of Preston. Mr. and Mrs. Hllbert Hennigs and son, Lloyd, were Tuesday evening visitors in the Claus Siebens home, near Craig. John Hanno of Lo Mars was a caller in the Herman Kruse home of near Brunsville on Wednesday eveni^ig. Miss Francis Siebens is assisting in the Herman Kru.se home the past week. Mrs. John Mammen spent the past week with her daughter, Mrs. Henry Ludwigs. Clarence Plueger assisted Charley Plueger with his fiold work the past few days. Mr. and Mrs. Claus Siebens of near Craig were Le Mars callers Wednesday. John Hanno was a caller in the 500 SHEETS FOR ONLY . . .. (A Regular 45c Value) X9C Through a very fortunate purchase we arc able to offer to the public this economical buy. Just the thing for beginner typewriter students, for letter copies, or home use. 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 needed. A Limited Quantity.-Get your supply NOW! The Newspaper With Nearly 3500   Guaranteed  Subscribers LeMars Globe-Post Puhluhed Mondjoys and Thursdays*^   

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