Th« Algmmrpiwr DM Molno, Alg^ tew*. HOT. M, MM FENTON WOMAN'S ENTERTAINS School Faculty Are Special Guests; Program of Talent Pleases All Fenton: The Woman's club entertained at a guest night meeting in the M. E. church parlor last week Wednesday. The guests were the members of the school faculty, M. E. otterness, Margie Kleinhexal, Nettle Welsbrod, Matilda Kressln, Verllna loerger, Miss Barton and Esther Smith, other guests were: Mrs. Dorothy Gerhardt, Lucille Hantelman, Edna Prink, Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Osborn, Marjorle Bailey, Pauline Osborn and Harold Geron- ain. The following program was enjoyed: community singing; cornet solo by Harold Oeronsin; two vocal duets by Mrs. W. P. Welsbrod and Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod; two piano duets by Mrs. C. L. Osborn and Pauline Osborn; a one act play, entitled "The Husband's Banquet," was presented under the direction of Mrs. W. T. Ohm by the following characters, Marjorle Bailey, substituting for Mrs. F. P. Newel who was ill and the Mesdames E. A. Welsbrod, Alvina Welsbrod, Sally Snyder, Genevieve Graham and Vera Ruske. Progressive games were played after which a two course luncheon was served by the hostesses, Mesdames Anna Oeron- f in, Edna Weisbrod, Esther Frank and Sarah Weisbrod. Nettie Weisbrod was hostess to the faculty sewing club last week Monday evening. Dr. and Mrs. James Mueller were six o'clock dinner guests at the F. H. Elg- ler home Saturday evening. Mrs. F. H. Bonn was hostess to the New Deal bridge dub last week Monday night. Mrs. S. W. Meyer won the travel prize. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber and daughter, Gladys, were entertained at the John Verbruggi home near Armstrong last Sunday. The Standard Bearer girls met at the Methodist church parlors Monday night with Donna Jean Bailey and Verabell uifers as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. August Widdell, Wm. Widdell and daughter, Alcott, and Mrs. Geo. Fink of Waterloo came last week Wednesday for a visit at the Chris Widdell home. Mr. and Mrs. John Blaker of Perkins and Mrs. Harold Wessel of Sanborn visited last week Monday and Tuesday at the Walter Widdell home. They are cousins of Mrs. Widdell. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gramenz and Mr. and Mrs. Erick Wingren of Fort Dodge visited at the E. 0. Fiuerby home last week Monday. They came to attend the funeral of August Sim- bill. William Robertson and son and a Mr. Ricks and son of Highland Center came Friday for the pheasant hunt. They were guests of the W. R. Wolfe*. Mr. Robertson and Mr. Wolfe were former schoolmates. Mrs. W. R. Wolfe, Mrs. F. J. Wels- brod and Mrs. James Mueller were entertained at the home of Mrs. o. W. Newel last Thursday evening. Bridge was played and refreshments served later in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bromley and their daughter, Betty Lou of Lakevlew and Mae Clinton came Saturday for a visit with the former's daughter, Mrs. Truman Johnson and family. The Bromleys are former Fenton residents. Mr. and Mrs. F. o. Hite and their daughter, Doris and sons, Donald and Fred of New Sharon and Elizabeth Doak of Highland Center came Friday for a visit with Mrs. Htte's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McFall and other relatives. Frank Bailey and daughter, Donna Jean accompanied Mr. and Mrs. John Light to Iowa Falls Saturday, the later for a visit with their daughter, Mrs. 31yde Brooks and the former with his on, F. C. Bailey. They returned on Sunday. Mrs. S. Armstrong and children, Arthur, Robert Lee, and Zona of Blue Earth, Minn., came for a visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McFall. They were six o'clock dinner guests at the home of her sister, Mrs. W. R. Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. White are the parents of a five and three-fourths pound boy born last week Monday at the Kossuth hospital in Algona. He has been named Donald. Mr. White is principal and athletic coach of the Fenton high school. The 4-H club met Saturday afternoon at the home of Ardis Voigt. A talk wag given, "Origin of Thanksgiving" by Viola Mueller. Poems were read by Sweet Clover Mrs. w. J. Welsbrod, Marjorie Bailey, Ardls Volgt, June Welsbrod and Hazel Welsbrod. A roller skating party was planned for Christmas. A motion was made that all present officers serve another year. The Fenton, Lone Rock and Burt high schools are each preparing a one act play. These three plays will be given at each town. The one at Fenton will be presented Dec. 14. The title is "Hans Von Smash' and includes the following pupils: August Meyers, Lloyd Cornelius, Oscar Berkland, Lola Warner, Verabel Dlfers, Donna Jean Bailey and Maynard Jentz. Mary Ann Bonn was hostess to a surprise party in honor of Edith Wolfe on her 13th birthday at the W. R. Wolfe home Saturday afternoon. Attending were: Mary jane Elgler, Geneva Glaus, Irene Bleckwenn, Ruth Espe, Ruth May Kyle, Laura Boettcher, MRS.WM.RUTLEDGEOfUmm VICTIM ON BKfWimS SUNDAY On the sweet clover root note the large nodlue at the end of the little root to the upper right. This is a four months' old root. Sweet clover will open up heavy soils—but add land must be limed—and the seed inoculated or It will be a soil robber. Chicken Dinner 20 and 35 cents Home Made Candy, Baking, Dressed Poultry, etc. Miscellaneous needle work Good Hope Community Boom Tuesday, Nov. 28, Beginning- at 6<p. m. Vlarjorle Johnson, Marie Fauerby and Merle Warner. Games were played and refreshments served. The 7th and 8th grades elimination contest was held last Thursday after- loon in the high school auditorium. Chose competing in the oratorical were lenry Theesfleld, Harold Weisbrod and 3ruce Graham, the latter being elim- nated; in the dramatic class only two ompeted, Mary Ann Boha and Hadley Bailey; competing in the humorous class were Mary Jane Elgler, Ruth Espe, Ruth May Kyle, Geneva Glaus and Laura Boettcher, with the last three named eliminated. One of the county contests will be held at Fenton this year on Wednesday, Dec. 6. The American Legion Auxilary met in the Legion rooms last week Monday evening. The program books for the Resident There 25 Had Been Confined to B*d Since Oei 1 Irvlngton: Mrs. Wm. RttttHfe* (*N**ft away at her horn* Just ww* «* ttw " ington TiH*re Sunday, Net* t& she had resided Mr M J«*w*. had been confined to Nr tea *tw* Q& 1 and WAS XrvlngtaRi^i flw% THAim 9% sleeping steknww, Margaret Date RaQedf« «*» bent on H farm at Grtnn*JU IOWA, 28, 1855. the child of Dftvtd and Dale, she received her educMton A the little country school Jtost A short distance from her home. On Aufua 6. 1878, at Grinnell, she was marrta to Wm. RuUedge. In 190S they moved to Kossuth county on what is known AC the old Marsh. Stevens place, fou years later moving to the home where they lived so many years To this un ion seven daughters were born. Almira. the oldest having died in infancy, the six living being Mrs. Maude Allen o Rockwell. Rosie spurgeon. Tama. El sle Barker, Waldorf, Minn, and the twins, Edna Barker, Lamberton. Minn and Edith Cox of Lyle. Minn. Besides her Immediate family she leaves to mourn her loss one brother, Thos. Dale and two sisters, Mrs. Kttley Whitney and Mrs. Ellxa Bullock all of Grin- neil, with 29 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. Two brothers, Joseph and Wm. proceeded her In death. In 1926 Mr. and Mrs. RuUedge had the rare privilege of celebrating their golden wedding with their children and grandchildren being present she delighted in the activities of the church and when her health permitted attended church services. Agood woman has departed from our midst. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon at the local Presbyterian church, Rev. English officiating with burial at Laurel Hill cemetery. Arthur Benschoter is again confined to his bed. Grandma Stewart is visiting at the home of her son, Cleve Stewart. Mrs. M. E. Blanchard has been ill suffering from a severe attack of the flu. Miss Leona Stewart visited her friend Idabelle Felter at Burt during the past week. Lyle Raney, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney Is husking corn for Carl Hutchins. The Cresco Embroidery club was entertained last Wednesday at the home Of Mrs. Earl Miller. Mrs. K. P. Roney, local district chairman of the Red Cross, was collecting funds the past week. Henry Reimers of Grand Junction, Hear "Alfalfa Hutch" Friday, Nov. 24th. "Alfalfa is a Benefactor to You, Your Farm, Your Live Stock, Your Community and Your State." —Says "Alfalfa Hutch." Mrs. W. R. Wolfe. Mrs. Karl Nielson had charge of the program. The following committees' were appointed: Child Welfare, Mrs. Wm. Hantelman; Publicity, Mrs. Gene vie ve Graham; Membership, Mrs. Venona Nielson; Poppy, Mrs. Eva Boettcher; Rehabilitation, Mrs. Nellie Wolfe; Legislation and By-laws, Mrs. Viola Ohm; Americanism, Mrs. Theresa Krause; Community Service, Mrs. Clara Fauerby; Fldac, Mrs. Myrtle Baago; Emblem and Trophies, al&dya Btraley; Convention, Mrs. Matilda Widdell; Music, Mrs. Genevieve Graham; executive committees, Mesdames Nellie Wolfe, Myrtle Baago, Amanada McWhorter, Margaret Laage, and Gladys straley. Jurors for November AND HEEE ABE SOME ALFALFA FACTS HE HAS COMPILED: One ton of alfalfa hay has as much protein in It as there is in 68 bushels of oats. One ton of alfalfa hay has the feeding value of 36 bushels of shelled corn. One ton of alfalfa hay has the protein of one and three-quarters tons of red clover. One ton of alfalfa hay has 212 pounds of digestible protein. One ton of alfalfa hay has about four pounds of Iron In it. One ton of alfalfa hay has as much protein in it as 2600 pounds of bran. ' Alfalfa leaves have more vitamins than any other croo that grows. Alfalfa Is rich in phosphorus and potash. Alfalfa relieves one of spring work after it is once established. "There Is No Substitute for a Farmers' Elevator" OMAR FLOUR, per sack STOCK SALT, sacked 100 Iba. TANKAGE, beef and pork _. *1.95 _55c $ 1.75 GRAIN We Pay More Farmers Elevator Co. IOWA R. L. REID, Manager. The following is a list of the Petit Jurors to serve at the November, 1933 term of the District Court, jurors are to report December 5, 1933. The Grand Jurors are the same as were drawn for the January term. All grand Jurors, whether they have been excused or not, must report at the November term of Court. They are to report November 28, 1933. Name PostoStce Mrs. Bertha Burt Armstrong Fred Boettcher Lone Rock John Brinkman Wesley Mrs. P. M. Christensen Lone Rock E. A. Genrich Algona E. E. Hanna Lone Rock A. C. Holtzbauer Algona John Johannesen Bancroft Adelaide Kohlhaas Algona Bertha Looft Wesley James M. Moore Algona Oliver Moe Algona George Newel Fenton Elmer potter Algona Anna Powell Algona Agnes Roba Swea City B. W. Reid Bancroft John W. Schiltz Bancroft G. F. Shelp Whittemore F. B. Seeley Algona S. A. Savage Whittemore Chris Shaser Bancroft W. E. Taylor Algona Gertrude Thaves Burt William Turner Algona Verne Toohey LuVerne Ernest Trasamar Lakota Walter Vaudt Whittemore Arthur c. Ward Algona Fred welp Titonka Drink YERBAVIDA YOUR HEALTH DEPENDS ON IT! If your nerves are jumpy and you cannot sleep, do not let this condition continue or you will ruin your health. Yerbavlda Tea will relax your nerves and let you sleep. Not a drug, but a very beneficial beverage that you will prefer to either tea or coffe«. For Stomach and Kidney troubles it is unsurpassed. A 20-page free booklet, "The Story of Yerbavida," may be obtained by writing to Yerbavlda Bale* Co., 612 Southwest Bldg., Los Angeles; or a large package of Yerbavida—enough for 340 cups—can be obtained for »1.00. For sale at Lusby's Drug store. —Adv. the Hugh Raney family. Mrs. Harry Seeley and Mrs. Hug Raney were business visitors at Whit temore Wednesday of last week. John T. McGuire spent the week en< with his family. The McGuire gradin gang is still employed near Pocahontas The Rich Point electric high line re ceived a complete going over after th recent windstorm and several new polej were installed. Mr. and Mrs. John Simon, Jr., wer Sunday dinner guests at the Cleve Ste wart home. Mrs. Simon is the Ste^ wart's daughter. The Aid society will meet Thursday at the church for an all day meeting as there is work to do. All ladies are requested to bring a covered dish. Miss Mabel smalley, housekeeper for he Jake Maasdam family was recent- y ill with the flu and was at the Thos. Stevens home in Algona for several days. Mrs Thos. chilton installed electric lights in her home north of irvington on Wednesday of last week. The Irvington Light Ss Power Co., now has 36 patrons. Clarence Dunlevy, from Fort Dodge, brother of Mrs. Martin Becker and some of Mr. Dunlevy's friends visited Friday at the Becker home. The men took advantage of the pheasant sea- Howard Blanchard, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. E Blanchard spent the week end at the parental home. Howard is principal of the grade school at Clarion and teaches mathematics and history. A packed house greeted the pupils In Riverdale district No. 1 for their Thanksgiving program last Friday evening and twelve dollars was the sum realized for their evening's entertainment. Miss Elsie Egel is the teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch attended the 25th wedding anniversary Sunday of Mrs. Fitch's sister, Mrs. Ben Potter of Algona There were about 50 guests present. Needless to say Mr. and Mrs. Potter were delightfully surprised by the happy occasion. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox entertained Sunday at dinner in honor of their granddaughter, Mabeline Miller's 12th birthday. A special feature of the happy .occasion was a song sung from radio station WNAX, at Yankton and dedicated to the young Miss. Besides Mabellne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller, those who enjoyed the courtesy were Leona, Helen and George Stewart, Miss WUdin and Harry Felter. Edward Mawdsley and daughter, Dorothy, were Sunday visitors at the Robert Leason home in Algona. The occasion was a surprise celebration in honor of the Leason's 48th wedding anniversary, other children present were Mr. and Mrs Paul Dremmel and son, Ronald of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leason of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gross and family of Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leason, Jr., of Burt. The Leasons lived for many years on the Black Cat north of Algona and are among Kossuth's pioneer and respected cltiaens. May they enjoy many more anniversaries. Miss Vera Clark, daughter of Mr. I and Mrs. o. E. Clarke of Britt, was married Saturday evening to Dr. W. W. Southwlck of Marahalltown in the Little Brown Church at Nashua. Miss Clarke has been employed with the Singer Sewing Machine Co, of Mar- shalitown for some time and the couple will reside at that place. They left immediately for Rochester, Minn., where the doctor had been called. Miss Clarke is a sister of Mrs. Ray Fitch, Mrs. Ben Potter and Mrs. George Johnson, all living in the Algona vicinity. She has a host of friends here who wish her much happiness. TS^^fnH^E^^^! T^W TH^^WI™^ Alfalfa and HuteH A. <m- , ft tfe ft* to* *rtk MMfer. a rwA aMaJWa sfgeMfei H* M* wife <n BN»t stuuew, I (wrwm te*w*f W» from ww«4ti« fa tfetea ta htm. t Jtoto* M* ftrtfefc* »*» « (Wftl de*l *»» I! fanawrs if Atfolfft Itutch 1 hli sptondM wwfe,"— o?o. A * On,. Lew P. n«*vf. ewine epe- LONE BOOK NEWS The p. T. A. November meeting was held at the school house Thursday Mrs, M. Schloesman and son, worth of Esthervllle visited at the W. J. Cotton home Sunday. The junior high school declamatory contest will be held at the school house Monday, NOV. 27. Clarence Macumber of Lehlgh spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Macumber. Mr. and Mrs. carl Priebe of Fenton were Sunday dinner guests at the home T their son, Arthur and wife. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard were Sunday dinner guests at the H. A. Whltehili home in Burt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger and H. , Blanchard visited at the Charles Schultz home near Elmore Friday. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Stemhilber and Wilbur Schar of Truesdale visited at he L. E. Godfrey home Friday and aturday. The Friday club met at the home of Irs. J. M. Blanchard Friday afternoon. .Irs. L. R. Roderick was the assisting ostess and 11 were present. Mrs. E. M. Hawks received word last Wonday of the death of her brother, "tank Dietrich at Woodland, callfor- la. Mr. Dietrich was 81 years old. Thirty friends and relatives attended surprise party at the Jay Godden ome Saturday evening given hi honor f the Godden's 25th wedding annl- ersary. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blanchard and 'oward Blanchard of Irvlngton visited 'latlves in Lone Rack Saturday even- ng. Howard is teaching at Clarion his year. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dacken visited their son, Lester, at Iowa City last week Friday and Saturday. Friends of Lester were glad to hear that he was able to walk. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. Roy Jensen and Mrs. E. M. Jensen drove to Fort Dodge Thursday to meet Mrs. N. L. Cotton who spent a few days visit- Ing her daughter at Ames. Mrs. w. J. Cotton entertained Imo- geae Roderick, * Beryl Sanders, and Muriel Long at a luncheon last Tuesday evening. The girls assisted Mrs. Cotton with the Red Cross drive. Rev. S. M. Gladstone conducted a Bible study at the Looft home in Seneca last Tuesday. Last Wednesday evening the weekly Bible study was held at the home of Rev. S. M. Gladstone. Marietta Christensen spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Christensea She was accompanied >y Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard also of Des Molnes, who visited at the Christensen home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaser and Mrs. John Rath were Sunday visitors at the larvey Rath home near Algona. Mrs. lath went to see her grandson, din- on Rath, who had the misfortune to ireak his arm a few weeks ago. The alumni boys' and girls' fcasket- ,all teams played the high school boys' nd girls ' teams last Tuesday evening, he score being for the alumni boys 3 and the high school boys 25, the lunmi girls 12 and the high school iris 20. Sam Wallace and Frank Everett of >skaloosa visited at the W. G. Flalg ome Friday and Saturday and enjoy- d the pheasant hunting. Mrs. W. G. '_ and daughters accompanied them ome Saturday for a week's visit with er parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis. Earl Earing and son, Dale, and his tuoUl*. of campus. iH., af- uw) AI the OMM" Kiting bent en D»l« will stay at the Oscar ttwlnt h«m« Mid attend the Lone Rock htth i^ool. Lucille will make her bom* «t pm»m with the W». Dudd* tnp mm- Btnoroft. Th« htfh school beys' flee dub re- wntly orftftlttd is composed of first twwr, Eugene Blanehard, Leon Larson, Robert Gladstone, Bernard nelly, Vet- nnn Rolliater, Jesse Blanchard, jr., second tenors, jack Tibbetta, Roy teener nnd baritone, Verne Dacken. officers »r* president, Roy Leeper; vice president, Leon Larson: secretary-treasurer, Verne Dacken. officers of the girls' glee tltib are: president, ter; vice trfeMdett, jafl« stone. Catt of thank* We wish to express our thanks „ the kind neighbor* and frtanda who as* risted us m our bereavement after the loss of our brother, Albert Bietttedt.— Carrie and Dora Blerstedt, ftota Bafte* Alvesa Ostwald, Mflry Ostwftld, 10ti« Bleratedt, and Anna Hoeck. Dora and carrie Bietstedt also wish to thank the kind friends and neighbor* who helped stack corn fodder and do up the work during our hours of sadness, we wish to thank you. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••g Cash Buyers of Cream, Eg?s and Poultry A Big Day for the Farmers Alfalfa Day, Algona Friday, November 24 Feed and Salt Algona Produce Phone 9-J. Alfalfa is second only to a Life Insurance Policy, says "Alfalfa Hutch." Hear him Nov. 24 at Algona. Ask Any Farmer Who Had Alfalfa on His Farm Where the Hail Struck, ALFALFA came right up again and produced, another crop. Ask any farmer where it was too dry for the average crop these past few years! ALFALFA has roots that reach right down to where the water is! * What makes all stock look nice, And brings the highest market price; What fills the milk pails, feeds the calf, And makes the old cow almost laugh? ALFALFA. We believe that much can be gained in our community from such a campaign as this and we invite you to attend the meeting, ALFALFA Hutch has experience in alfalfa based on every day contact with the farmer. He has helpd others, he can help you. Come to Kossuth County's Alfalfa Day in Algona, Friday, Nov. 24,1:30 f. M., Call Theatre. Anderson Grab and Coal Co. Grain, Mill Feeds, Seeds and Coal. ^fl^^^^^flflftflfl^w^Aftflflfywvwvwvvvinjvuvyyyi^ Thousands and Thousands of Dollars are now being paid out each week by checks of The Federal Land Bank of Omaha through The Algona National Farm Loan Association Headquarters in Algona, Iowa. A Great Many Far-sighted farm owners in Kossuth County and Adioinin* The Algona National Farm Loan Association Because— 1. We are conveniently near you, to help in many ways. 2. The loans placed -through Algona National Farm Loan Association are amply secured. -aasocia 3. The Algona National Farm Loan Association makes the biggest n us for a Appraisals can still be made to advantage, "We Do Our Part" Promptly See H.D.Hutcuins, Secretary-Treasurer Algona National Farm Loan Association Over "The Hub" Recreation Parlor. Telephone 205-W _ 17V 8 East State St., Algona, Iowa. Spend a Profitable Day-Hear "Alfalfa Hutoh"-Fri,, HOT, 84, atf AJgona ....................
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