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raeAlgdtta Upper Dea Mo HAND SURPRISE PARTY TO MAN ATWHITTEMORE Fred Heinrich Finds Hi Stas Birthday When Folks Drop In Whittemore: A number of rel- *, U u e l * athered at the Fred Heln- Mch home Sunday to surprise him on his birthday. Everyone brought filled baskets. Those present were: Mrs. Carl Lemke, ST., and son, Fred Mrs. Carl Lemke, Jr., and son] Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lemke and family, Mr. and Mrs. Al- Mr, ^r m u e 8 ? d r ,* m{ly - Mr " and Mrs. Walter Lemke and family, Mf. and Mrs. Martin Hartman and family, and Edgar Heinrich, all of Fairmont, Minn. Edgar Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heinrich, who Is employed in Minnesota. Down Fenton, 7-8 Sunday, on the local diamond the Whlttemore-West Bend baseball team defeated the Fenton team 7 IT !f h ^ rs { or the two teams A ?j K. ue cher of West Bend Arnold Kuecker of Fenton. Plum Creek Club Makes Study of School Systems and Wm. Lelnlnger families of Lotto Creek, John LeinJnger of Letts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. John Meine of here, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Helnsinger and son, Donald of Fenton, the Rudolph Will family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bart-1 Irvington: The Plum Creek Lit- lett of Titonka and the Arthur crary society met with Mrs Sadie Balmer family of Maple Hill. Ev- Skilling on Wednesday afternoon eryone brought filled baskets and a Mrs. Laura Keen gave a talk on dinner was served. | "School Systems In Germany and Russia." Others on the program 2 Death* In Month j were Mrs. Laura Benschoter who Mrs. E. Flckbohn was called to talked on Spain and America and Schullsburg, Wis., Thursday to at- a booh review by Mrs. John Schultz. tend the funeral of a cousin Miss The next regular meeting will be Mary Ann Molley. A month ago held °" ^l' 1 - 29th wlth M ™- Maude Mrs. Fickbohn was called there to Jcrgensen as hostess. attend the funeral of Kate Molley of the same family. Shower For Brldo Paint Farm Buildings The Frank Capcsius farm build ings are all being improved by be A miscellaneous shower was held ing P a 'nt*d while Frank Dltsworth « Mrs. Winifred Carlslle one day has erected a new corn crib at his ast week at the home of Mrs. Car- fn . rm on the Rid K e R° a d- Severa Isle's parents at Humboldt. She othcr farmers have also had their ecelved many and beautiful gifts, buildings painted. Mrs. Joseph Meurer visited with Vancouver's Iowa Picnic elatives at Emmetsburg, Monday. Friends here recently received Rose Butler left for Cedar Rap- news from Mr. and Mrs. M. E. ds, Sunday, where she will attend Norwood telling of the Iowa picnic Ollege. held at Vancouver, Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kenne of I 1 "" 086 in attendance known around Burt visited at the John Kenne here were Robert Henderson and ome Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Laubenthal daughter, Mrs. Link Minkler, Dick Mrs. Alfred White, Tom Al. . a . ., isited with relatives at New Ulm, |" ight and Mr f "d Mrs. Harr y Sut " rfinn s ""' A!lls " a ' " c weather was rfinn., last Thursday. I . Mr. and Mrs. Francis Schwende- id f a ' with about four hundred in Btten *»nce. Watermelon Party ««. A 1waterme| on party was held at tne Home of Frank Meine. Sunday Those attending were: The Arnold Meine, Louis Hackbarth, Ous Haack tiann of Fort Dodge visited at the Albert Potratz home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Nass and "Sonny" Long, young son of Mr. Miss Cecelia Besch drove to Roch- nnd Mrs Chris Long, has been crlt- cster. Minn., Sunday to visit Leona lcallv >" at the home of his parents. Nass and Helen Besch, who are I The local dance club will meet student nurses in St Mary's hos- 1 this Friday evening. Swanee's or WED TUESDAY AT BANCROFT Hilda Johnson Bride of Elmer Schneider At St. John's Bancroft: On Tuesday morning Hilda Johnson, daughter of Joe Johnson, became the bride of ETmer Schneider, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Schneider. The ceremony was performed In St. John's church at eight o'clock with Rev. Joseph Schultcs official ing. The attendants were William and Esther Schneider, brother ant sister of the groom. The bride was attired in a long white satin dress with a lace Insert at the neck and a long white veil with a train. She carried a na, lo wa, Sept. 16,1937 Rewrites Of Ntwt From Latt Tu«*d«y'» County Advance bouquet of pink carnations. The bridesmaid wore an ankle length blue lace cloth dress and white accessories and she carried a bouquet of pink asters. A wedding dinner was served after the ceremony at the home of the groom's parents. After a short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Schneider will reside in Bancroft where :he groom Is employed in the Thompson Yards. Pital. YOUB FRIEND AT MEALTIME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPT. 17 18 AT YOUR SERVICE ! What a roast look* like In our meat case I* n matter of no importance. The slw, appearance, flavor and tenderness of the roast on your table I* what really counts. Our experienced meat cutter* can supply a roast to meet your exact requirement*. BEEF ROAST Special price* for this sale of 14c and 16c. per pound. Among the nice beef shoulder roasts on display at Council Oak there is a roa*t that meetn your exact requirement*. ROUND & SIRLOIN BEEF STEAK Beef steak is the popular favorite. It can he prepared In so many ways for variety's sake—pan fried, plank steak, baked beef steak roll with stuffing. Spanish style Swiss steak and etc. Bound and sirloin steak for this sale at 2*c per Ib. Please advise how thick you wish it cut PORK STEAK A breakfast suggestion—fresh pork steak with golden, brown Kobb-Ross pancakes. Pork steak at a special priee of tie per pound. BEEF TO BOIL pound 13c FRESH GROUND PURE BEEF _lb. 15c PURE LARD 2 pounds for 25c "Superb" Whole Kernel GOLDEN BANTAM CORN Only the. choicest corn in the field in packed under the "Superb Label." This tender, Golden Bantam Corn costs but little more than ordinary corn but there 1* a vast difference In the, flavor. Try a few cans at the special price of 13c on the No. 2 can. COOKY SPECIAL Featuring for thin sale a dainty cooky that cannot be duplicated, at home. A small, round cake flavored with molaws and honey. Dipped in heavy marvhniallow and topped with macaroon cocoanut. A special price of 2 pounds for 2Tc. TOMATO CATSUP You like lot* of Council Oak Tomato Catsup on meat, fish, baked beans and salads. Not an expensive luxury at our weekend price. The big U ounce bottle for lOc. HONEY KRUSHED BREAD IVh wise to include Honey Krushed Wheat Bread in your dally diet The crushed wheat with honey for sweetening moke* it a natural aid to digestion. Sold exclusively at The Council Oak stores. COUNCIL OAK COFFEE A quality blend that it roaotad frn.li daily in our own plant Ground a* you liny it to fit your method of nuking coffee. Our Every I)uy Low Price is -lie. per Ib. or 3 pounds for 79c and you may excitants tin- empty baj{» for fancy china ware. SWEET PRUNES I'MJ prune* for uddtxl variety on the table. .Serve prune* with the breabfiiftt cental. For u delicious dinner <Ie*w-rt thi- family will enjoy prune whip or a delicious prune pie. For thi* •ale a 4 Ib. bag; of medium niit- prune* for i'iv. Swivt prune* that require little *ugar. MACARONI & SPAGHETTI Priced for thU sale ut 2 Ib*. for 15c. Another suggestion tor viuled menus. Macaroni and Spaghetti combine so uiculy with cheese, meat, ti»h and fowL I>bhet> that are deliciounly good but not expensive. ONE CENT SALE SUPERB TOILET TISSUE A flue, pure white crepe paper. Thoroughly sterilized. Soft, absorbent and soluble. Am excellent cold crtium remover. Utock lip at this kale. 1 big rolls for 23c. With every 4 roils you can buy one roll for Ic. SOAP White bur* 19c rhestn has been engaged to provid I the music. The young Misses Loraine Thorn j as and Vera Johnson recently play ed at a piano recital held at the | Congregational church in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Metille motored to Ottawa. III.. last week where they attended the funeral of Mrs [ Anna Brown, aunt of Mr. Metille. Quite recently J. Reding of the Whittemore neighborhood purchased the tenant house on the old M. I De L. Parsons farm and will move It near Whittemore. Nels Mitchell, former west of the river resident, hns returned to this vicinity, after spending some time in the Dakotas where he worked in the harvest fields. A new foundation was placed under the center school recently and also some general repair work done. Miss Eleanor Jenkins is the tenchcr and Hugh Black, school director. Mrs. Cleve Stewart entertained a number of guests Sunday for dinner honoring Mr. Stewart whose birthday occurred on that date. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. John Simon, Frank Shifts and Perry Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hackman, Sr.. and Mrs. W. F. Mullica visited with the Earl Petersons at Spirit Lake last Sunday. Mr. Peterson is n Former Kossuth county auditor nnd Is now engaged in the hardware business in Spirit Lake. The Ladies' Aid scoiety was entertained Thursday at the church for their regular September meet* Ing with Mrs. Stella Terhune as lostess. Final arrangements were made for the Harvest Home Festival to b« held on Sept. 28th. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bedell returned to their home at PIpestone, Mian., on Monday after several days' visit with Mrs. Lucy Reaper. Mr. Bedell has made arrangements to build a new house on his farm near Lu- Verne and did some general repair work on his farm east of Irvington. Pre-Nuptlal Showers A shower was given for Rosemary Lang Sunday afternoon at the C O. F. Hall. She will be married on Wednesday. A shower was also Riven for Hilda Johnson Sunday a the Johnson brothers' farm. Miss Johnson became the bride of EJmer Schneider Tuesday. i- _ Mr. and Mrs. J. Haupert are the proud parents of a son born Sun- dny morning. James Fox and Gerald Hutchinson attended the Minnesota state fair at Minneapolis last week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Whalen of Mason City and daughter. Gertrude of Washington, D. C.. and Mrs. Leo *VhaIen and son. Joe, also of Mason ?ity, visited relatives in Bancroft, Sunday. They were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Renger and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baker. Mrs. Ida Adolphson and daughter. *uth, and Marjorie Sherman at- ended the wake of Mrs. Johnson of THBIiK WERE KILLED and seven Injured, In an auto crash west of Fenton, Sunday evening. Dead are Mrs. Norman Fin-nested, her twt) year-old son* Duane, and Peter Mergen, 2T, of Whitttmore. All were riding In the Finnestatf car. There were nin« In the machine Ralph Malloy, Emmetsburg, wa driving the other machine. The child was instantly- killed when the machine turned over on him. Merg en died of internal Injuries, ant Mrs. Flnnestad' died a few hours after the crash. Others in the fatal crash car were Mr. Flnnestad a twin of Duane's, Deloris, and two other daughters, Jeanne, 6 and Marilyn, one year old, Nick Oatto, the Flnnestad hired man, Mrs. Opal Henry, a neighbor, and Mergen beside Mrs. Flnnestad; Tall corn obscured the vision of the drivers. * * * ALGONA WILL BE HOST next Monday at a demonstration program for teachers from Kossuth and adjacent counties, at the Algona high school. The program will open at 9 a. m. and continue hrough the afternoon. Esther Qulnby, local teacher, will give a Cayou Again I* Livermore Coach Livermore: O. J. Cayou while not new to the Livermore people, having been principal of the Livermore schools over a period of eight years, is new on the faculty this year, having resigned to take up other work work when he entered In business for himself a year ago. Due to the fact that a late resignation of the former principal, Pete Solar who went to West Water- Too, Mr. Cayou consented to take over the work until another principal could be arranged for. Mr. Cayow. "better known her* aa Lefty" Is also athletic coach, and won great fame for himself and team In 1930. when they played in the consolation finals at the state bas- "ketball meet In Des Molnes. Former Doctor VUlta Dr. and Mrs. T. E!. Livingston of Portales, New Mexico, who have been spending several days In Llv- ermore renewing acquaintances will conclude their stay in this vicinity this week nnd return to their home. They were former residents of CJvermore where the doctor was a, practicing physician for many! rears. They make the trip annual- y to visit the mother of Mrs. Llv- ngston, Mrs. Erickson of Bode. with her friend, Lucille Anderson m East Chain, Minn. Mia* Helen FaugKsst of East Chain, Minn., visited from Friday until Sunday at the VlrgH JenSrmv home. Mr. and Mrs. David Harner, Mr. and Mrs. Anthon? Jesmore and son of Cedar Palls, Geo. Harner and CarriiSi an* Mr. awl Mrs Qeorfe ttBfnw, Jr., w*r» Stinitty guests at tfte J. E. Harner home. The Best Tiling* in Life *ra Free—and to Is am brand-new Cooking School coming to the New Call Theatre on the morning* of Sept St, Z8, 2MK: BERNICE STOCK Annottnees Fall Opening of The School of the Dance Classes offered In Tap, Ballet, Toe, and Acrobatic Dancing. Enroll Now Call 462 for enrollment or information. It is to the advantage of the pupil to be enrolled at the beginning of the term. demonstration ma tics work. in general math- Vesley, Sunday evening. Mrs. ohnson cared for her niece, the late Mattie Winkle, until Miss Winkle's death several months ago. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hansen and Mrs. Bess Connolly attended Mrs. Johnson's funeral at Wesley, Monday morning. Whittemore News Nirk Meurer and son. Sterling of Plover spent Friday evenini? at the homo of Mrs Joseph Meurer and I.ucian. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bauer nnd Mrs. Mary Uhlenhake of Wealey spent Sunday at the John P. Uhlenhake home. Mrs. Will Higgins drove to Sioux City, Thursday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Don Sylvester. She returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sherman and family of Wesley moved in the H. F. Helmke residence recently vacated by the John Uhlenhake family. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Finley and family of Flint, Michigan, returned to their home Friday after spending ten days at the L. E. Doyle home. Mike Koppen returned from West Bend, Wis., one day last week with u new feed mill grinder. Mike Bays that he saw his new mill made. being Mike Beach. Sr., took his son, Raymond to Sioux City, Sunday to attend Trinity college. Raymond attended f'reighton University at Omaha last year. Mr. anJ Mrs. John Hampson of Jefferson were Sunday guests at the Dr. J. W. McC'reery and H. S. I-iailey homes. Dr. McCreery and Mr. Harnphon were classmates. Mr. .-mil Mrs. Henry Pretzel of Milwaukee arrived at the August Mielke home Monday. The Pretzel.-, will lit here a week. Mrs. Pretzel i* a (inugliltr of Mrs. Mielke. Mr ;md Mrs. Herman Voight, d.iuyliters, RoMella and Eleunora, anil son. Raymond spent Sunday at the Curl Johnson home at Floyd, and the Kd Wilkina home at Clarka- viile. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hchatt- hneiijer of D.ivtnpo/t returned to thuir home KumJay after Kpeniiing last week at the parental August .SchatUi.hntidc-r and Frunk Balge- inun homes here. Fid Maslanka, Fred Fahndrick and Jim Drakas of Chicago spent the week end with George Cttrm- ody. Mr. Maslanka and Mr. Fuhn- drick were classmates of George at UePaul University in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Oatwald drove to Rochester, Minn., one day last week where Mrs. Oatwaid will consult with doctors for her health. Mrs. Oatwaid was at Rochester a mouth ago, but had to return for treatment Mary Corrine Fleming left for Chicago Sunday, where she will attend a buainesa college. Her sister, Marguerite and Joaju Fleming are also in Chicago. Marguerite in employed in a department atore und Jouu is taking a course in beauty culture. August Mielke, 83, Has Birthday Party Whittemore: A surprise birthday party was held at the August Mlel- ke home Sunday in honor of Mr. Mielke's 83rd birthday, which was Friday, the 10th. A buffet dinner was served to the following: The Albert Kressin, Frank Pompe and Theodore Pompe families of Letts Creek, the Walter Ohm family of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Macumber of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Macumber of Burt. the William Mielke and Alex Mitchell families of Northwood. Mrs. Hattie Moore, daughter Alice and Miss Gladys Saunders of Waterloo, Martford Peterson of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thilges of Fort Dodge, Jeanette Miller of Milwaukee, and Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Zumach and Alice of here. ROBERT NEITZEL, 15. died at Iowa City hospital, Friday morn- nig, from an unknown cause, after being taken there from the Toledo home for boys. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Presbyterian church. Rev. Carlson officiating. The boy's mother, and brothers, Kenneth of Toledo, and Donald and Richard of Eldora. were at the funeral. The boy's former home was in Algona. * • • A PENITENTIARY position as chaplain will take the Rev. V. V. Schuldt from LuVerne to Lewis- !>urg. Pa. about January 1. Mr. Schuldt has been pastor at Lu- Verne nnd Livermore for three vears, in the Methodist churches here. • • • DRt'NKEN DRIVING cases against James E. Peterson and Floyd Eggert, both of Algona. were >rought before Mayor C. F. Specht last Saturday morning. Both men waived preliminary hearings, and were bound over to the grand jury with bail set at $1,000. Both men struck other machines while driving, resulting in their arrest within five minutes of each other. Peterson had three unopened bottles of liquor In his car, and threw an- New School Opens In District Five East Plum Creek: School starte last week In district No. 5 In th fine new school house just com pleted, with Miss Genevieve Alt wegg as teacher. More Lone Hones The horse epidemic has reached Plum Creek township and amonj the losers of stock are Claud Seeley Wm. Fitzgerald, Albright Bros, and across the river Herman Leek Probably many others In the township have also suffered losses. John Gross and his helpers are at Swea City baling hay. Mr. and Mrs, Bossie, and Mr. and Mrs. Bollinger and three children of Avoca. Wis.. are spending the week with relatives here, Mrs. Herman Leek being one of them. The home economics program to be held this week Thursday at the Claude Seeley place will no doubt draw an interested audience to study a subject very much worth thinking about. other party empty from the car after the crash. The liquor permit books of both men were away from them. taken Letts Creek News Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wetr.el were .Sunday visitors at LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jack man assisted Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cruikshank with ailo filling Monday. Ada Fiene and Ruth Schmiel were Wednesday evening visitors at the Mrs. Laabs home in Lone Rock. Mrs. Glasanap of Fenton, a sister of Mrs. Herman Reisener, was stricken with a paralytic stroke on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cruikshank and daughters, Jean and Marjorie and James Cruikshank of Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the A. L. Jackman home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pompe, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kressin and Mrs. Theodore Pompe and family attended a birthday party at the August Mielke home in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo FauUtich, Marie and Wm., accompanied Mr. and Mrs. August Gade of West Bend to Mountain Lake, Minn., on Sunday to visit at the Mr. and Mra. Carl Bottin home. Mrs. Bottin and Mm. August Oade are ulaters. The Lotts Creek Ladies' Aid met Friday afternoon in the parochial s<-hool basement. Mrs. Martin Meyer was hostess and the visitors were Mrs. Harsch, Mrs. Fred Lieb, Miss Olivia Kreaain and Ada Fiene. Mrs. M. F. Meyer joined as a new member. COt r RT cases: Bernard McBride, Seneca, 30 days in jail, drunkenness. J. Murtha, 10 days in jail, writing a bad check. Jot. Fraser, with several aliases, fined $5 and costs on drunkenness charge. Willard S. Aimsworth, Ft. Dodge, fined $10, on drunkenness charge. A companion of Aimsworth, Joe L. Lilly, also Ft. Dodge, was held to the grand jury on another charge of driving while drank. • • • ANNA MARY LONG, born May 31. 1873, in Dubuque county, passed nway at her home here, Saturday. Funeral services were conducted Monday by Rev. George Vance at the Congregational church. She was 65 at the time of death. Miss Long was a teacher in the Kossuth schools for many years, but had been an invalid for a number of years past. A brother, D. M. Long, survives. • * • EBEN BURBANK, M, died Saturday, following a stroke. His death marks the passing of another veteran Algerian. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon. Three children. Ira, Bert and Daisy, all of San Francisco, survive. A brother, Eli, and a sister, Mrs. Bert Cronin, both of Algona, also survive. • • • KENNETH AND CARL Medin, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Medtn were married on Sept. 1, and Sept 5, respectively. Kenneth took Pauline Miiby of Buffalo, Ky., as his bride, at the bride's home. On the 5th. Carl was married to Nadlne Schmidt of Fort Dodge. The Medin young men have the sincere congratulations of local folk*, who know and respect them. Howard and Russell Medin, brother! of the grooms, acted as ushers at the ceremonies. Swea-Eagle News Mr. and Mrs. Art Anderson and sons visited Sunday at the Floyd Olson home. Mrs. W. Shaw visited last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. F. McGregor. June Larson spent the week end • COAL The Question of Getting Your Winter's Supply in Your Bins Ordinarily wo would not recommend this ear-> ly for stocking, hut this year is unusual. The Guffey Act sets us all hy the ears—but of one thing we are pretty sure—Coal is not going to be less in price than it is right now, and there is a strong probability that there may be a decided advance. That Much for Definite Philosophy We are in position to protect at the present price for orders placed RIGHT NOW for delivery. F. S. Norton & Son Everything to Build Anything Paint to Paint It and Coal to Heat It Phone 229 rVWWWtfWWWWWWWWWWW Algona, Iowa rvwwwwwuvum/ Report So. Dakota Crops Again Poor West Bend: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bauer and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Montag returned from a trip to Artesian, South Dakota, recently, where they visited Mrs. Montag's sister, Mrs. Clarence Barber and family and Mr. Bauer's parents at Woonsocket. They found things pretty dry with only a small oat crop. Not much chance for a corn crop because of the lack of rain this hummer. BEFORE YOU SIGN THAT ORDER FOR HYBRID-CORN Investigate our corn. Our new low price will amaze you. After twelve years of continuous experiments, a corn has been produced which is drouth and wind resistant, with an increasing yield of 12 to 20 bushels per acre. Your orders will receive special attention when placed with us. < 'oine in and let us tell you about it. Algona Produce W"'"« H Algoua, Iowa Colorful Fall HATS Sure! There are masculine colorful shades for fall in our big selection. You'll enjoy the change! Chcoae your fall hat now! $3.50 Others priced at 2.95 to 7.00 Smart Dressers Put 1 O. K. on | GlerrOPlaids I • . . as the pattern hit of the fall season! Combining the em-rent interest in authentic Glen Urquhart plaids with the popularity of subdued overplaidings. Zender & Caldwell now present Glen-O-Plalda . . . one of the few really "new" pattern ideas of the past several years. Allowing for just the right amount of color, these rich Gleti-O-Plaids are extremely smart in their deep-toned combinations and will be found here executed in the newest of double- breasted and single-breasted models. 22.50 24.50 29.50 ZENDER & CALDWELL CLOTHING AND SHOES

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