'•. I'i Tuesday, Nov. 12 Stlgona flipper lies! New Veterinary Offices Are Nearing Completion . NEW VETERINARY OFFICES and a second floor apartment for Jiving quarters will occupy the structure shown in the above picture. Hie 'building, being constructed on East Slate Street by Dr. Julius jynkel, Is being constructed at an estimated cost or $16,000. Construc- gn is now nearing completion. (Aigona Upper Des Moines Newsloto.) SUPPLIES — A good on hand, getting larger every (Way. ; Fill your needs at The Al- ii'gbna tipper Des Moines office. --' TRAPPERS ^HIGHEST CASH i PRICES FOR YOUR FURS OPEN UNTIL 9:30 P. M. SATURDAYS FRANK CQOK SCRAP IRON AND METAL Phono 848 45-47* CODE OK DUPLICATE Brass Cylinder Padlocks in Stock. Wcllendorf Auto Repair On Highway 169 Opposite State Shops Aleona, Iowa ATTENTION! Home Owners YOUR FURNACE and Heating System Completely CLEANED * By 5UCTIQN METHOD c»n be 4911, during only requires about j nicss,' No soot i , 'i». : cuts ' : 'f'i" Brliijf Qp HOST TO LUTHERAN MINISTERS, WIVES AT WHITTEMORE Whittemore: The Rev. and Mrs. i-'aul Weinhoid entertained ine pastois anu their wives at a o o UIOOK dinner in the auditorium of t'he Lutheran school monday evening ot the Aigona circuit. Tihose who were present were the "Rev. and Mrs. W. Wolfram and tne.Kev. and Mrs. (jeorge Kupke, Uarner; the liev. and mrs. Louis Wilten- ourg, Lucerne; the. Kev. and ivira. Hi Mueller, Livermore; the Hev. and Mrs. H. Mensing, Hutn- boldt; Ine Kev. L. Loeseli, 'Albona; the Kev. and Mrs. A. Otto, .jUiia L-ieeK; me utv. and ivn-j. Waiter £rieclricK, fcnton; and the Kev. anu ivirs. Vv. -tender, c airvilie. NEW JURY LIST IS BRAWN MONDAY I A petit jury list for the next 1 term ot district court here was ! urawn Monday in the courthouse | ' here. The jurors are to report I xuesday, iJec. 3, -but court will j open Nov. 25, with Judge Harry ivcirey presiding. JUK: jury list follows: Tom AKIX- Aigona Florence Beardsley Aigona Martin Bernow Swea City .Lillian Blumer Aigona W. H. Bosworth r Aigona Axel Bratlund Bancroft Mary tfudiong Titonka Mabel'i. Blirgess Aigona H. H. Coiweil - Aigona Koy A. Clanc tsurt Viola Douglas -- Aigona Bertha Engelbarts Elmore, Minn. Nellie Frimmel _—Corwith Anna Griese Lakota Kobert Halverson Fenton Pansy M. Hutchins Aigona John Ketleson Aigona Josephine Kuecker Aigona A, M.^Lemkee Irvington Melvine Logeman.Elmore, Minn. Art Long ' Bancroft Mrs. Frank Lupin Bancroft Mrs. Albert Merriam._ LuVerne Kathryn L. McEnroe -Aigona Ida Paine ____• _—Burt Elizabeth McConnell Aigona George Nelson .__ .Titonka Victor-. Parsons _.__ ...Aigona Grady Phillips —. ...Aigona Thelma Hamus .........Algbna Floyd Riebhoff _.'. Burt J. P. Smith _____ ..Aigona Walter G. Smith .Swea City Charles Wagner ...^ Aigona narry WinKie Aigona Math. Zeimet Bode WHITTEMOREFOLK IN CLOSE ESCAPE Whittemore: Mrs. Grace Mueller vacated her home across from the Lutheran school' and moved-into the apartmenj above the restau-ant which she will open for business in the near future. Rumors are that the Mike Thills will move to the residence vacated by Mrs. Mueller. The Francis Mull'ns moved inU> their home, which they'recently bought, find the Herman, Vaudts moved into their four-room home they had built in the east ,part of town. Bob Fleming moved into the apartment vacated by Mrs. Dan Engesser, Dogs Invade, Kill Rabbits At Burt " Burt: 'A drove of dogs broke into, the rabbit hatch at t/he W. J. Lockwood home Thursday evening and killed a number of valuable rabbits. Musical Ensemble At Burt Nov. 15 Burt: The Parkinson's National Musical Ensemble will appear in the high school auditorium for an assembly program Friday, Nov. 15, at 9 a. m. The public is invited. Admission, 2Qc. Twin Daughters Mi_v Wiiiiam Raker and twin girls were taken to the home or' mrs. KaKers parents, Mr. and Mrs. INlck Keeling, I'riday ailer- noon. 'ine twins were n<micd ,oouy Ann, anu oue maiie, weie born "at the McCrecry hospital last -Sunday evening. 'ihuy weigher Ov.i :md V/i j'o.^. The Itakers live ! n Chicago < nd Mrs. Kalcer was the :ormer Mary U nii<j Reding. Returns for Funeral Joseph Esser irom Santa Monica, Oui., was visilnig in W'mti-- more with old acquaintances. :vir. clsser owned and operated a barber snop here wnicn was destroyed by fire in lyou. 1-u; cauiu to attend the funeral of a broth-, er, t'runK i/sser, :r. Aigona. He is a brotner ui ^vlrs. Henry FeJd- er and Mrs. Matt Krebsbach of Jiere. Jos. Priealers Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Priester entertained 12 couples at 500 Monday evening at their horrie, Guy Farrell and Mrs. Peter Dahi- hauser winning high prize, Leroy Farrell and Mrs. Guy'Far- reil, low, and Guy Farrell also received travel prize. Lunch was served following the card playing. FOR VETERANS HOME LOANS the it' wjpWg the wiehi ; ao4 P become the friendly service j§ et yaui* dispos^Wwe'Ii be itft e^teili §il Ihe 4f tsUs ab^ut ft hppe loan t}j new Ufefrali?^ t,ernjs af the Q, I, Bi}| " "' Aigona Federal Savings & Loan A«I ! II ''' ' * OUT OF ADAM'S HAT ' STARTED Af 19 tfnft ike GIANTS IN vni AND BECAME THEIR 19S3 fF-fef. BEING bur WITH BAD UG6 HE PLAVEO • 1WOUSH THE WHOLE. WOPLD SERIES FOR THE ILL JOHMNV VERSEZ. JACKS WASN'T NICKNAMED"STONEWALL' 1 FOR NOTHINS -VBRY FEVV BALLS SOT PAST HIM DURING THE 15 SEASONS HE HELD FORTH AT SHORTSTOP FOR THE (MEW YORK GIANTS/ TRAVIS HAD ONE OP . THE STRONGEST THROWING ARMS IN THE HISTORV OF BASEBALL I Entertain at Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe entertained a number of relatives and friends at their home Wednesday at a 5 o'clock dinner. Present were Edna and Sadie Kettelson, Harold Rosella and Evelyn Voigt and Lydia Seege- barth, Aigona, Gerald Ollum erf Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt. . . . —. 'Joseph Flemihg 111 Joseph Fleming became seriously ill Tuesday and at last report he is somewhat better. William Whitte, of California is visiting at the home oi Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Wehrspan. Mrs. Louis' Braalz and Mrs. Harry Schmeling were Spencer shoppers Monday. Peter Elbert has been confined to his .bed at the home of his daughter Mr. and Mrs. Leo Walters. John Mergen of Seattle, Wash., is visiting with his mother Mrs. Margaret Mergen and other relatives . Mr. and Mrs. Nick Steier, Independence, visited at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. John .Steier and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Steier. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and family of Garner visited at the home of his brother Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer Jr., Sunday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. George Meyer entertained Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vodgt at pinochle Thursday evening. Paul Hatm, son of Mr, and Mrs. F. O, Hahn, came from Des Moines last week and spent several days at hunting here for ducks and p'heasants. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ruhnke of Rodman and/Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith were Wednesday evening callers at the Herman Meyer's. Eldora Maahs is now the new bookkeeper at the Whittemore Auto Service, taking Mrs, Richard Bierstedt's place, who resigned when she was married. William Bauman, who is employed in Detroit, Mich., is spending a week's vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.j Stepncn bauinan and ovner rel-- atives. iv:.r. and Mrs. Charles Barber,' Artesian, S. L)., arrived here last weeK and arc staying witn their son Mr. and Mrs. Orville Bai'oer until t'ney can buy a home in tms vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz anu rariujy 01 LoUo Creek, Mr. ana jurs. Herman Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith were bunday evening visitors at; the Henry bchuit/ home. . Mr. anci Mrs. Melvin Hein-' ricn cni.riumcd at a b o'clock dinner Monday evening. The guc-ots were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd" Wilson, tstherville, and Mr. and Mrs. Kennetn Hornsby, Des Moines. Charles Kleinfehn, Chicago, .'.pent last ween visiting with his sisters Mrs. Frank Burke and Mrs. Frank Spillt-s, and took in several days pheasant hunting. He returned home Monday evening. ' ..... Isorman and Howard Struecjj:- er, .sons of Mr. and Mrs. William, Strutfcker, ^J3 v 6n.ald Higgins, son of Mr; 'arid Mrs. Conrad Roman Knecht,' son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Knecht, all received their discharges from the service of the United Stales, both the army and navy. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck had as dinner guests at their homo Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb and family, iVIr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer and family of L'otts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Martin* Meyer and family, Garner, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs.-, Ernest Meyer, all of W'hittemore. Bert Cafe Sold . Burt: Mrs. Hans Weber of Holland, Mich., spent last Tuesday and Wednesday here at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lavrenz. While here she bought out the Bullock cafe and will take possession December 15. .< Breakfast Club STARRING DON McNEIL." NOW ON THE AIR FOR KAY DAUMIT'S co >J $h»UKayDaum» er«-l OT _,,Cr»ni«" l«m». Here's $(unetbin$ ypij've Ma wiptiiigl N0w if '? feff ft»p |TQ»l twifp&waf Sfe«anw[>'? sptdal secret ingredients kfiBf Q»t glowing new lighjs »q yawr ftplf ^priceless RSV »Uw** Wfeiit'f more, these iogresliews »W»Uy b«ir «Q it fcf ||,§0 1 » pj Is* Four Corners Mr. and Mrs. John Gettman of Garner were Aigona callers Friday . Were will be roll call and a paper entitled "Early Thanksgiving-in Iowa' by Lucille Rich. LaVonne Gettman'spent Tues- day and Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin and Jane. The Louis Broesders, Irving- Ion, have been helping the Orville Holdrens pick corn tnc last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Campncy were Wednesday evening callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin. The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club will meet Thursday, Nov. 14, with Rutn Harlari, Catherine Walker assisting. William Lainuth went to Des Moines Wednesday and brought Phyllis Hich home. Miss Rich had to return to Des Moines Fri- clay. mr. and Mrs. Howard Sarchetl and daughter Connie Rae of Ames spent the weekend with Mrs. Sarchet's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harlan. Sunday dinner guests of the Harlans were Mrs. Jessie Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs, Arie Dittmcr and children, Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Larson and daughter. Thomas Rich, Walter Smith, Hurley 'iroulman, Joey Troutman, und Harlan Haas attended the Union 4-H club meeting at lue home of Robert Dodds. The boys discussed their projects for the coming 4-H year. Mr. and' Mrs. Merlon Christen- scn and children, James Chris- l.nsen and Earl Gappa were buiiciiiy dinner gueao ui Mr. ana Miv. Edward Rich. Theo Elbert ,jnd Mrs. Minnie Wilson were Sunday afternoon callers of the Kiches. Mr. Christensen is picking corn for Ed Rich now. Mr. and Mrs. William Drayton left Satuiday for Missouri to visit Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Richler. Mrs. Richter is the former Doris Drayton. The Draytons plan to return Monday evening. 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