The Fredericksburg News from Fredericksburg, Iowa on January 27, 1938 · Page 5
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The Fredericksburg News from Fredericksburg, Iowa · Page 5

Fredericksburg, Iowa
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Thursday, January 27, 1938
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CfHURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1987 Published Every Thursday ALBERT JAHNSON, Editor and Publisher Office Phone 41 Subscription Price 12.00 Per Year in Advance $1.00 for Six Month. SO cents for Three Month* Entered at Fredericksburg, Iowa as second class mail matter Y CITY MEAT MARKET We will pay $1.50 for Horses and Cows depends on size New Hampton . Rendering Co. 'Call New Hampton 29 Collect THE NEWS, FREDERICKSBURG, IOWA PAGE FIVE H.W. MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCECOMPANY Milwaukee, Wisconsin The Dividend-Paying Company of America V. M. UPHAM, Agent Fredericksburg, Iowa--Phone 59 A. L. Murphey M. D. Phone 60x Dr. G. H. Rollins « DENTIST 1 I Corner rooms over Corner Store I Fredericksburg, Iowa ( G. E. MATHIAS AUCTIONEER -- Phone 454J -New Hampton, Iowa Farm, Livestock and Furniture Sales Solicited F ·**+* DR. O. D. GREEN DENTIST Located over the Ford Garage Hours 9 to 12--1 to 5 or by appointment Phone 73 Fredericksburg, la. ^BONNELL FUNERAL SERVICE _ SUMNER-Where Any Time "Ask Those Whom We n2t4pd Hare Served" ATTENTION Less than 10 per cent of the people buy their drug ***** from BOB'S PHARMACY, and still you expect a good drug store. We would like to know how it is possible. When you buy these needs elsewhere it is just a side line and with us it is helping to build and maintain a business, a town this site should be able to have and does need, as you should know. Your Criticism would be appreciated. BOB'S PHARMACY E. A. Ellison returned Monday from a business trip to Wisconsin. Mrs. Clifford Morgan who has been ill is now much improved. Mrs. Herbert Wuttke will entertain the S. C. C. Club at her home on February 3rd. A Dr. Roberts prescription for nearly every animal ailment. BOB'S PHARMACY. Mr. and Mrs. Champ Gross, Water loo spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Drape and son. Miss Lenore Drape, Waterloo spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Drape Jr. Arthur Linderman and Kenneth McFarland returned Monday from a several weeks stay in Texas. Mrs. Uly Mayo of Alpha is spending a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Niewoehner. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Bross of Waterloo were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Mattke. Dorothy Niewoehner, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Niewoehner is ill with the chicken pox. Mrs. Velva Stephen is spending the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. flyde Clary and Kent near Frederika. Barbara Lou Bross of Waterloo spent the weekend with her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Mattke and Lois. Ed. Mattke drove to Fayette Monday afternoon taking Cleo back to his work at the U. I. U. after a week end at home. A number from here went to Nashua Sunday to watch them spear carp and other soft fish. There were over 2,000 spectators. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Niewoehner and Lowell Peterson called Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Morf at Sumner. Mrs. Ferd Schurkey is staying with her grand sons Chester and Glen Gardner while their parents Mr. and Mrs. David Gardner are in California. Invitations have been issued by Mrs. Claude Ellison and Faythe for a shower to be given at their home Saturday afternoon honoring Miss Vera Rodman. L. C. Russell and brother C. E. Russell are visiting in Iowa City at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Potter and Emmett, also with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Potter. Mrs. Ed. Mattke returned Tuesday evening from New Hampton where she had been since Monday with her sister Mrs. Albert Mattke who is a patient at the hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Kerssen entertained at dinner Saturday evening honoring Mrs. Louis Rich on her birthday anniversary. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wesp and daughters, Helen and Lucille, Mrs. Rich and John and Dr. A. L. Murphey. Mr. S. M. Whitmer, our furniture dealer, received word that his younger brother had the misfortune to fall down stairs and his neck was broken last Friday. He resides at Sigourney, Iowa. Funeral was held Sunday. Mr. Whitmer was unable to attend the funeral We all extend sympathy to the family. Meaning of Name "Alabama" The name "Alabama" actually means "thicket cutters" or "medicine gatherers," sine* K is apparently derived from th« Choctsw words "sib*," meaning vegetation, "·mo," meaning to cut or gata- Alpha News Roy Richards received the sad news Wednesday morning that his father passed away in bis borne near Ossian that morning. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cochran of Waucoma were Alpha callers Thursday. Mr. Jerry Smith is quite sich at this writing. A shower was held at the school house Wednesday night for Mrs. Lois Hall Meyers sponsored by the school 'acuity and school board. Mr. and Mrs. Noal Gifford came Thursday night for a visit in the. parental Paul Gifford and Mrs. Anna! Mahler also other relatives. · Mr. and Mrs. Roy Finch returned home Monday from their trip to Sanborn, lo«a. Little Carlene Davis is quite sick at this writing. The Angrust Begalske home southeast of Alpha is under quarantine for Scarlet Fever. Mrs. Anna Miller Bowers who was very sick at the E. R. Gager home was able to return to her home near Mr. Veroon Thursday. Potraits THELMA DICKMAN . . o f . . STUDIO Distinction Kodak Finishing SUMNER, IOWA Arle Rausch went to Waterloo Monday where he will be employed by the Iowa Dairy Co. Miss Lorraine Kinney and Mr. Donald Osterman from Elma visited Sunday evening with Eva Mae Klotz. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Laabs and Larris Lee spent Sunday at the home of his father Fred Laabs at Alpha. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Purdy, LaDena and Billy visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Reay and family at Lawler. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Liebenstein spent Friday in Monona at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wiethorn and family. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Borcherding and Jimmie returned Sunday from Sumner where they had been visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Niewoehner, Mrs. Lily Mayo and Mrs. Maud Benner were New Hamption visitors Saturday. Arthur Niewoehner visited Sunday at the of Waverly Roy Barker friends and home, also with other relatives. WANTED to rent three or four rooms upstairs or on the ground floor, for light housekeeping. Inquire at this office. pd Mr. and Mrs. Carl Giteh and Nadine drove to Mason City Wednesday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hinz and family. Mrs. Albert Mattke is a patient at St. Joseph's hospital in New Hampton where she submitted to an operation Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Borcnerding and Jimmie went to Sumner Saturday and visited at the home of his mother Mrs. Fred Borcherding. Mmes. Lance Barker, T. M. Burke and Allen Purdy attended the U. B. Ladies Aid at the home of Mrs. Elmer Haag near Sumner Thursday. HIGHEST market price for feed ing hogs.--W. S. Carey. n2t2pd Earl Elliott of Newton spent the weekend at his home here. Mrs. Earl March was hostess Wed nesday to the Idle Awhile Club. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bigelow spent Sunday with relatives in Sumner. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Chase were New Hampton visitors Sunday afternoon. Roy Justen and Howard Whitnable made a business trip to Mason City Monday. Mr and Mrs. T. M. Burke were New Hampton callers Wednesday afternoon. George Fay is visiting at the home of his granddaughter Mrs. Dorothy Leitch and family. Rev. and Mrs. U. E. Burroughs and Paul Morf drove to New Hampton Thursday evening where they attended a lecture at the Baptist church there. Alton Snider, Allen Purdy and Louis Horsley returned Friday evening from Des Moines where they had been attending the Farm Bureau convention. Dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Morf were Mr, and Mrs. Bert Morf daughter Lee Lou and Janet of Tripoli and Dr. and Mrs. S. B. Zoller. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ellison and Faythe visited Sunday in Waterloo with Mr. and Mrs. Jas. McMenimen. They were accompanied home by Mrs. McMenimen who will visit for awhile in the Ellison home. Never Married, But Must Get a Divorce Before He Can Wed. Be Sure to Read This Puzzling Problem of an Englishman. It is One of the Many Unusual Features in THE AMERICAN WEEKLY, the Maga zine Distributed with NEXT DAY'S CHICAGO EXAMINER. HERALD SUN- AND The Boy Scouts of Fredericksburg are sponsoring a Picture at Burg Theatre Monday, Feb. 7th Buy a Ticket when the Boy Scouts » call on you. The money goes to help in fixing up their room. GC*M Have U*g Ltf* G*ese arc supposed to be relatively long-lived. Where they are kept for the production of feathers tt is Mid · goose win give · fair yield of feathers for U to U years or longer. History teDs of SB instance where geese have itv«a fcr 100 years o EftfrMt fmr Bas Msay NUMB Rabbit for is disguised more names than that of any other animal, close to ISO. Fin* OsertaJaers for Historians of London say fancy 1 boxes a* containers tot chocolate* Is your subscription due? Gerald Barker and Kenneth Harms went to Fayette Friday evening where they attended the basket ball game between Fayette and Wartburg college of Waverly. Edgar Farnum returned Thursday to his home at Algona after a visit of several days at the home of his uncle and aunts Mr. and Mrs. Warren O'Day and Miss Ella Craine. The Baptist Ladies Aid will have an all day meeting Friday at the home of Mrs. P. E. Morf with a picnic dinner at noon. The day will be spent sewing for children in need of clothing. In spite of the unfavorable weather about forty were present at Pearl Dayton's Monday evening for Family night The usual social evening was enjoyed after supper. The next meet- February with Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Morf and family. Mr. and Mrs. Billy March will move next week into the house now occupied by the Stanley Koerth family, while Mr. and Mrs. Koerth will move into the houae recently purchased of Otto Korman where the March's are now living. I Mrs. Clarence Fisher, of Lawler, I who had been staying at the home of ! her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and | Mrs. Glen Ellison and mothc* Mrs. i May Jackson for a few d»y« retained to MM. M j hone Friday. While here Mrs. Fisber Ip the "W«w»" effioa Freddie Wittier attended the ball game Friday night at Fayette. Miss Margaret Rausch attended the Wartburg-Fayette basket ball game at Fayette Friday evening. Mrs. Loren James who has been the highly efficient assistant in Dr. Zoller's office the past three years, has resigned and expects to leave about March 1st for her new home in Wichita, Kansas. The weather man has changed his Home Comfort · - Warmer in Winter, Cooler in Summer may easily, be obtained, and at low cost, by the simple process of I N S U L A 1 I O Ask the Eclipse to explain the COMFORT and ECONOMY of insulating your home. VONEfrfCEORACAR tOAtOI ; ^" \SV\Js\jr ^L? Phone 31 C. L. BOOTH, Mgr. SUMNER, IOWA Two Shows Each Show Night at 7:15 - 9:15 THURS. FRI, JAN. 27-28 "Slave Ship" --with-Warner Baxter, Wallace Beery and Mickey Rooney , Also Musical TUBS. WED., FEB. 1-2 "Springtime in The Rockies" --with-Gene Autry Also musical, pictorial and sport reel. Wednesday night is drawing night Waucoma Theatre -- Waucoma, Iowa -SAT. SUN, JAN. 29-30 "Wee Willie Winkle" --with-Shirley Temple Also Mickey Mouse and News TUBS. WED, FEB. 1-2 "Love in a Bungalow" Kent Taylor and Nan Gray Also comedy, musical and travelogue Wednesday night is drawing night Tune in on WMT every Tues., Thurs. and Sat. at 12:55 noon for news on Cass Theatre circuit free admissions. Drawing Night 10c-26c AU Other Nights 10c-20c MEN WANTED $75 a month paid to many men at DRESDEN SIFTIN8S Mrs. Floyd Gardner and son Allen and Miss Elinor O'Day were at New Hampton Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lute McGee were dinner guests at home of Mr. and Mrs. Earle Goodrich Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wolfgram and family entertained company from Readlyn Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stephen were callers Wednesday at the Roy Burmaster home. Miss Ferne Hood went to Des Moines Wednesday to attend the Farm Bureau convention. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner were visitors at the Frank Ackley home Sunday, January 16th. Mr. and Mj-s. Allen Purdy and family and Miss Kathleen Stephen were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs. Thos. Reay family near Lawler. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ackley and son Glen visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stephen. I jttle Patricia Cruthers who was operated upon for appendicitis is getting along nicely. Mrs Velva Stephen and Zoella and Mrs. Mildred Elliott came out from Fredericksburg Tuesday evening and acocmpanied by Mrs. Geo. Stephen and Keith went to Frederika to attend the basket ball game between Fredericksburg and Frederika. Mrs. Earle Goodrich and her mother Mrs. Leah Reay visited Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burmaster. Mrs. Moses Hood was visitor Tuesday at the E J. Hanan home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burmaster were callers at the Petitt home Tuesday. Mrs. Gordon O'Day came down Thursday and helped her father G. H. Stephen celebrate his birthday. She brought him a prettily decorated birthday cake. The fifth graders and their teacher Miss Kolthoff invited in the mothers to a little play and entertainment on by them Friday morning. The ladies present were Mesdames. Er- irst and more later. Local manager if nationally known company will lire several men at once. "Deliver orders to farmers, render service and do other work. Farm experience and car necessary. Permanent work, j nisce fiudwig, Shulto and Hanan. Even though you are not much inter-' M rs Stephen was unable to be pres- ested in changing the nature of your | ent work at the present time, if you will j j( rs yelva Stephen was called to merely send your name we will. Frederika Saturday evening by the guarantee to furnish you information I jn ness o f ner uttl e son Kent at his hat will be of great value to you. home ^y, Mr _ Md Mre ciy^ clary. Address Box 9397 care of this paper. I A f ew o f the Home Project ladies Name | met at the home of Mrs. Earle Good- ddress n4t2pd Mr, and Mrs. Fred Treloar, Sumner were guests Sunday at the home rich Tuesday to demonstrate the making and using of soft cheese in the home. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Wells Ferris in Oelwein was visited by thft of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wnx mind and gave us a snowstorm Tues- j Purdy. day morning which make it very difficult for the motorists. Better rtay at home during this weather. The Boy Scouts are sponsoring picture that will be presented at the Burg Theatre. Look for the ad in this issue. Buy a ticket from the boys when they call on you as it is a fine s t organization for the boys. The show is dated for February 7th. Miss Adelia Belle Whitcomb is now nployed in Dr. S. B. Zoller's office ! to fill the vacancy caused by a j resignation of Mrs. James. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jahnson and Stuart went to New Hampton Sunday -nd m Mr. James Carney who hospital taking treatments. a week, first the son Joe died of heart attack on Saturday and while his body lay in the undertaking parlors Sunday the father Mr. Wells Ferris succumbed to a stroke brought the j on by the death of his son and two shocks proved too much for the frail wife and mother and she suffered a heart attack and passed away on Saturday, just one week later then her son. Mrs. Ferris was a sister of the late Mrs. Martin Clary and of Mrs. M. E. Smith entertained Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eygabroad en- Charles, Thomas and Joe Akotk visit from his brother George Frederika and has many relatives joyed a and wife and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jwelve women most charmingly last Andcrson and their three sons, of Wellsburg, Iowa, Sunday. They left for their home the same evening. Saturday at a Dessert Bridge luncheon and card game, at her home. Tables were attractively decoratH with spring plants. High score was Mrs. Louis Rich and John and Dr. won by Mrs. Howard Whitcomb. Mrs. A. L. Murphey were ruests of Mrs. A. H. Milne receiving consolation. Henry R«ch. New Hampton Sunday Guests included Mrs. Whitcomb, Mrs. Milne, Mrs. Wm. Trunkey, Mr*. W. S. Thome, Mrs. Louis Rich, Mrs. Glen Ellison, Mrs. Lyle Ellison, Mrs. A. E. Beimer, Mrs. Clarence Booth, Mrs, Stanley Koerth, Mrs. James Ott and Mrs. John Imawrmn. Mrs. Rich being honored RX'O-t. Other? for whom places were arranged wert Mrs. Fred Kempendcrf and Ott" Mr?. Maurice Corxion, the Missc Dc.rothy Brown and Clara Metcal* Xew Hampton and Mr. Melvilk Finer. of Rodd, Iowa. there and in this vicinity who mown with the only daughter and two sons who were called to lay away father, mother and brother in one short week and to the son Charley who is left alone in the home it is doubly sad, TTie bereaved ones have the sympathy vf all. Inherit Overweight " ' A study of the causes of ubcritf iisckwed the fact that more ths* 73 per cent of the men and wetom ixa.nined had overweight pensfts. -Coder's WeeWy. ^_ =

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