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Algona, Iowa
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NEWBRIDGE ON IR V1NGTON ROAD Closed to Traffic While Construction Work Being Done Irvlngton: The timber road from Irvlngton to Algona was closed to traffic Monday morning and con- ytruction workers are busy building a new bridge over Purcell creek at the foot of the Mann hill. This bridge has been In a very5i?apidat- ed condition for some time and the new structure will be greatly appreciated by those who travel that The Algona Upper BOB Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 11, 1937 highway. Mrs. Brown Hostess Mrs. A. J. Brown will be hostess to the Cresco Ladies' Embroidery club Nov. 17. The program will consist of a Thanksgiving story by Mrs. Stella Terhune and also one by Margaret Long. Roll call will be responded to by giving "What I Have to be Thankful For." Mrs Chris Long, club presideint, will be in charge. Repair Phone Cable Sim Leigh and Ralph Lag e worked one day last week making some adjustments on telephone line No. 17. Fcr some time this line has not oeen in good working condition and the trouble was finally located in the cable which goes under the railroad track just north of Irvington. Mrs. Phillip*' Birthday Mrs. Perry Phillips was pleasantly surprised last Sunday when a number of relatives appeared at her home to help her celebrate her birthday which occurred on that date. Those present were Mr and Mrs. Willis Sonnicksen of Wln- nebago, Minn., cousins of Mrs. Phillips, and also Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. A P. Nelson, all of Spencer. The local dance club will meet Friday evening at the Frankl hail. Mr. and Mrs. John Simon, Jr., were Sunday dinner guests at the John Simon, Sr., home near West Bend last Sunday. Mrs, Vern Barker is out again after a severe case of arthritis, which settled In her knees, causing her a great deal of pain. Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman, Sr,. Mrs. W. F Muilica and Robert West Bend Girl Undergoes Blood Transfusion, Mon West Bend: Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Chisen took their daughter, Vtr gjnia, to the Fort Dodge hospital Monday, where they gave her ta blood transfusion. She is suffering from a disease of the marrow o the bones. They have had her a Rochester, Mfnn., for treatments. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoffert am family spent Sunday at Royal. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Jurgeni spent Saturday at Fort Dodge. Myron Boos and Jas. Olson drove to South Dakota, Monday on bus iness. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos entertained friends Sautrday evening a bridge. Mrs. Carl Vohs drove to Rolfe Monday where she teaches violin in the public schools. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Forsythe and children spent Sunday at Plover visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos drove to Ames Sunday and spent the day at the B. F. Bliss home. Mrs. Stella Elzy of Aurora, 111., came Monday for a few days' visit at the Wm. Riley home. Mr. and Mrs. Layman of Jewell spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs John Stone and husband. Miss Enid and Russell Doyle and Miss Jennie Comer were shoppers in Fort Dodge Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs, George Lawman spent Sunday with his parents, the Thomas Lawmans near Rodman. Mr. and Mrs. Vane Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Anliker spent Sunday at Prlmghar with relatives. Frank Miller of South Dakota spent Sunday at the home of Rev George R. McDowell. He made the trip by motorcycle. Mr and Mrs. David King and family and Mrs. Alice Simmons of A!gona, were guests of the Wm. Riley family Sunday. Mrs. Walton Dewltt. Mrs. Chas. Dewltt, lantha Geirhart, Maxine Hoffert and Maurine Dewitt were Fort Dodge visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ahmann and son. Casey, of Remsen spent Sunday with their daughter, Adel, at the W. H. Daubendlek home., Miss Ahmann is employed In the Iowa State Bank. Mrs. Allen Gearhart and lantha. Mrs. Fred Hoffert and Maxine. Mrs' Frank Sweeney and Mrs. Walton Dewitt were calling on relatives of Mrs. Dewltt in LuVerne, Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lockwood drove to Marshalltown Sunday to Gelgel motored to Storm Lake last Sunday to spond the day with Georga Anne Gelgel. Mrs. George Simmons is visiting ... s^"££?s^ of Mrs. David King and resldea borne Record •with the King family. A large number from this vicinity attended the carnival celebration held at the Catholip school In St Benedict last Sunday evening. At seven o'clock a covered dish •upper was served. Mrs Freda Christensen and the party who accompanied her to California a short time ago returned to Her stater's -homo. Mrs. Bed* Watson Monday. Mr*. Christensen is fontemplattng locating in Algona as her permanent home. J'oe Lage was a week end guest at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lage. Joe attends the Mason City high school and lives with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dye. Some farmers will finish their corn picking this week. The general opinion of those using the picker is that the corn is too dry and too many ears are lost. Some who own pickers are not using them but are hiring men to pick by hand. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Drayton. »heir daughter Marjorle and Glen Sabln were Sunday guests of Mr. anj Mrs. Carl Selp and the Waletr Mrs. Carl Selp and the Walter Barrs visited the John Webers on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber entertained the Homer Tuttle and Albert Grooters families at dinner Sunday. 8 Home Games For Livermore Five Livermore: Coach Lefty Cayou announces his home basketball schedule for 1937-38. Eight home games will be played in the field house at Livermore. Game time will be 7:30. Thursday, Dec. 2, LuVerne, official, Garbett. Tuesday, Dec. li, Ottosen, Officer. Friday, Jan. 7, Bode, Garbett. Tuesday, Jan. II, Humboldt, Officer. Friday, Jan. 14, Goldfield, Garbett. Friday, Jan. 28, Renwick, Garbett. Friday, Feb. 4, Corwith, Garbett. Tuesday, Feb. IS, Rolfe, Agard. Welps of Bancroft Bridge Party Hosts Bancroft: Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Welp entertained at four tables of bridge Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. SchllU won high prlie, Mike Droessler cut prize and AJ- phonie Dro«*iler, low. Mm. M. J. Dyer is spending Oils week in Cylinder, helping to care for her mother, who Is 111. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Stoffel, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the P. J. Schlltz home. Mrs. Raymond Kramer visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and tors. Tony Lappe, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Deitering and two children spent Wednesday visiting at the G. S. Underkofler home in Marquette. Mrs. Deitering a a daughter of Mr. Underkofler. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Recker entertained six couples at bridge Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Welp won the prize for high score and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dudding won the low prize. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Brien and Mrs. Bridget Quinn and her granddaughter, Madeline, attended a play at the Whlttemore Academy WILLIAM STHL; FORMER WESLEY MAN, DIES NOV. 1 St. Joe: Andrew Erpelding and William Hammer returned Thursday from Eden Valley, Minn., where they had gone to attend funeral services for William Steil, an uncle of Mr. Hammer. The deceased was a former Wesley-Titonka farmer. Seven or eight years ago the Steils moved to Eden Valley, where Mr. Stei! and his son operated a 440-acre farm and a Rice Lake fishing resort. It was only recently that Mr. Steil had not been in good health, and only a few days before his death, Nov. 1, he was taken to the University hospital at Minneapolis where his sickness was diagnosed as from a severe case of diabetes. A blood transfusion was given but *t seemed to have no effect. It was :hen learned that it was necessary :o amputate his lower legs. The operation for the amputation of one foot was performed, but Mr. Steil died a short time later. The deceased would have been 61 n January, 1938. He left his w'fe, he former Mary Spangler; six sons, Fred of Charles City, William, Jr., Slmer, John, Frank and Edward, til at home, and one daughter, ifary; also his aged mother, Mrs. j Theresa Steil of Algona, four sis ters, Mrs. Theresa Hammer of Al- [ona, Mrs. Mary Mathias, of Mai »ank, S. D., Mrs. Rose Koch O Wls., Mrs. Frances Balk of LeSeuer, Minn., and three broth rs, Joseph, George and John, al f Algona. William's father, Joseph Steil and two brothers, August am Frank, are dead. Funeral services were held at en o'clock Thursday morning at he Eden Valley Catholic church nd burial took place there. Crew Resurfaces Roads W. B. Williams, graveling con- ractor, with headquarters at Dak- ta City, moved his equipment and rew into a local pit Wednesday vening and work was begun on hursday morning graveling am ille stretch of road north of Bode. They are also a few other local roads to resurface. The work was o take four days. Little Boy Is Seven Mrs. Ernest Gales recently entertained ten little friends of her youngest son, Roman, in honor of his seventh birthday. Games were played. Hallowe'en decorations were used and refreshments were served at six o'clock. Card Party In Given Mrs. George Bormann and her circle were hostesses at a card party Sunday evening at the St. Joe hall. Bridge and five hundred were played and prizes were awarded to Mrs. James Reding and Ray Gales at bridge, Mrs. Ray Gales Sauer at five hundred. Susie Frid- cres was given the door prize. Visitors at the John and William Hammers Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. John Steil of Algona, their grandson from Wesley, Mrs. Theresa Steil and the A. C. Holtzbaueri of Algona, Mrs. Rose Koch of Lena, Win.. Mr. and Mr*. E. J. O'Dell of Bancroft, Elmer and William Steil of LuVerne, and a Miss Beranbuum of near Livermore. :a:M:Hgr ^^ SEXTON NEWS DeLores Voss, Lu Verne, eptnt .Thursday and Friday with her sister. Mrs. Herman Wise. High school pupils were at home .Thursday and Friday, while the teachers were attending institute at Des Moinee. Hazel Albright, teacher in District No. 7, Plum Creek, will have p. program in No. 5, Center school house, in Plum Creek Thursday evening. Following the program lunch will be served. Mr. and Mr*. Albert Bunkofski _ _ _ and dttusnter Leola, Burt, Mrs. Le- School in "swa'ton, China." "for "l6 na Schuler, and daughter Caroline. .Wesley, and Mr.-and Mrs. Jack Wylsnd uad t'dna May Fitch, of Britt, were recent visitors with Mrs. Rosa Fitch. Sunday evening, entitled, "Here Comes Charlie." Mrs. H. J. Deitering and daugh- :er, Marnia, and Mr. and ~rs. Phil Sheridan and two s^ns of Ames visited at the Curl Callies home in Titonka, Tuesday. Mrs. Callies is a sister of Marina and Mrs. Sheridan. Mrs. R. E. Weber and Mrs. A. J. Berens entertained at a -dessert luncheon in honor of Mrs. Evans Carmean Friday afternoon. Mrs. Harold Clark won high score in bridge and Mrs. Joe Welp, Jr., won second prize. A card party and dance was given at the C. O. F. hall Monday night. Bridge and five hundred were played. In bridge Caroline Carr and J. H. Sheridan won hgih scores and in five hundred Mary Schemmel and Alfred Menke. The following attended the Passion Play given at the Fort Dodge high school Saturday afternoon: Sisters Mary Georgine, Borromeo, Reta Clare, Priscilla, Auxilia, AHc- ia, Sheila, Mrs. Francis Bradley and daughter, Jane and Mrs. M. J Wolfe and daughter, Maureen. P. T. A. At Ottosen Begin* Fall Work Ottosen: P. T. A. met at the high school auditorium Wednesday evening. The following program was given: solo, Lola Watnem; talk, girls' scout leader; selection by the women's quartette, Mrs. Clara Landers, Mrs. Luella Watnem, Mrs. Lucille Kramer and Mrs. Helen Olson; talk by Boy Scout leader. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. 17 Ladies At Meeting Tuesday In Burt Twp Portland: A home project meet- Ing was held at the Matt Kramers Burt, township, Tuesday. A lesson on Child Development and Toy Making was given by Miss Pepoon H. D. A. A number of toys miftle since the first lesson were displayed. A special menu was served at noon. Eight Portland women were among the 17 women present. Attending were Mesdames Wyott Stott, Ted Ringsdorf. W. J. Stewart. Martin Larsen, Victor Applegate, C. E. Sigsbee, Tony Jandl and Martin Becker. The Tony Jandl family spent Sunday at West Bend. The Ross Ringsdorfs, Mapleton, Minn., were visiting relatives here over Sunday. Joyce Hansen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aage Hansen, has been 11 for several days. Henry Nelson went to Iowa City ast Thursday for treatment and possibly an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Mentiet Trunkhlll and family visited at the Wm. Stewarts last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Miller and daughter, Betty, also Richard Skill- ng of Algona spent Sunday with he Victor Applegates. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zwiefel and family, Miss Marietta Huber and Lloyd Miller of Titonka spent Sunday at the Martin Larsens. A committee meeting in regard to home project work was held at the C. E. Sigsbees last Thursday. Mrs. Applegate and Mrs. Jandl attended. The W. J. Stewarts enjoyed Sunday dinner with the Ted Rlngsdorfs and both families drove to Algona and saw a show in the afternoon and returned to the W. J. Stewart home for supper. Mrs. Geo. Lanning was hostess at a quilting party last Friday. Guests included Mesdames Victor Applegate, Hans Koestler, Dave Weber. S. M. Peterson, Alfred Godfredson and Miss lona Godfredson. Lotts Creek News Third In-Law Death The Wm. Fuerstenaus received a telegram early Sunday morning from Pasadena, Calif., that Ernest Peterson, the husband of the former Anna Rmlig. had died suddenly from n heart attack. He was H brother-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Fucrstenau. • This makes the third brother-in-law that has died within four months. "Doo Dad" Party The freshmen entertained the The Sexton Aid attended guest day at Algona Thursday. A one o'clock luncneon WM served, followed by a program at the- Methodist church. A temperance program will be .given Sunday morning by the Sexton Sunday school at the church. Mr*. Harvey Steven i» director. Rev. and Mrs. Gedye of Lake View, a former pastor of the local Methodist church, spent Wednesday and Thursday at the Carl Ebert home and al*o with other friends. Swea City, Bancroft Baptists To Convene Swea City: A missionary conference will be held at the Baptist church Friday evening for the Bancroft and Swea City churches. The gueat speakers will be: M. E. Bratcher, D. D. of California, and Miss Edna Smith, who has worked the Woman's Bible Training years. Beulah Gladstone spent lost week tnd at the home of Adelaide Harmony in Lake Mills. Junior Hanifan. who underwent an appendectomy in Estherville lost week returned home last Tuesday. Jane Carlson underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Kcw- suth hospital in Algona last Saturday. Dr. Minkel and D.T. Bourne performed the operation. Mr. and Mrs. Maakelstad and sou of Forest City and Helen Maak- eUtad. who teaches fourth grade here, were dinner guests at the Geo. K. Nelson home last Sunday. Mrs. Maakelstad la the mother of high school and faculty at a "Doo Dad" party at the high school gym Thusrday evening. The evening was spent playing numerous games. Maurine Holden received a prize for having the most number of points end Patricia Coyle having the lowest. A paper sack lunch was enjoyed. Everybody reported a good time and agreed that the freshmen were real entertainers. Stork Bring* Boy A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Rob Naeve Sunday. A grandson to Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth. They have named him Donald Dean. Miss Virginia Thomas of Fort Dodge visited at the W. H. Wehr- spann home Sunday. Miss Blanche Henrikson spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henrikson. Misses Vera, Faye and May Von Buskirk spent the week end at the Lee Holt home in Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ziefried were Sunday dinner guests at the Zie- fried home in Pocabontas. Supt. and Mrs. W. P. Truesdell attended the state teachers' convention in Des Moines recently. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Enockson and daughters of Livermore moved in the Tom Johnson house in Ottosen Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Olson and Young People Elect The young people held their meeting Friday evening. Edgar Schmiel was elected president i nd Bertha Potratz was elected secretary. Marie Faulstich has been on the sick list the past week. Viola Bell and Elmer Pijahn attended the rally at Whittemore Sunday. Ervln Mlttag who In operating a beer parlor at Truesdale came home Sunday to visit his parents. J:r. and Mrs. Wm Srhmirl nnd Hull) were Monday evening visitors ai (he Hu>r i Faulstich home Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Killer and daushter of Boone visited nt ;he (dm Kohlwes home recently. Margaret Fiene, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Ficne, is nursing (it the <ossuth hospital in Algona. The Lotts Creek Laaies Aid will meet Friday afternoon in the pafo- hial school basement with Mrs. *ertl as hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schmiel and daughter, Ruth, were Sunday evening visitors at the Rev. and Mrs. Kabelitz home at Fenton. The Wm. Meyer family and the Martin Meyer family were Sunday dinner guests at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. August Meyer at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wichtendnhl and Dorothy and Mr. and "olra. Wilmar Wichtendahl were Sunday dinner guests at the John Geitzenauer home in Armstrong. BUSY SEASON TO FACE TWO LONE ROCK BB TEAMS Lone Rock: The local high schoo basketball teams have started prac tice under Coach D. W. Furnau Following is the season's schedul for both boys and girls: Nov. 19, Ledyard, there; Nov. 23 Whitfemore, here; Dec. 3, Bancrofl there; Dec. 10, Seneca, there; Dec 14. Whittemore, there; Dec. 21 Wesley, here; Jan. 7, Fenton (boys here; Jan. 11, Bancroft, here; Jan 18, Fenton (boys) there; Jan. 20-21 22, girls' county tournament; Jan 27-28-29-31, boys' county tourn ament; Feb. 1, Burt (boys) here Feb. 8, Ledyard, here; Feb. 11, Senica, here; Feb. 15, Ringsted (boys) here; Feb. 18-19, girls' sectional :ournament; Feb. 22, Burt (boys) there; Feb. 28-26, boys' sectional ournament. Lone Rocker in Stricken George Pettit suffered a light troke one day last week. Girl* Give F. B. Program Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Jrs. Fred Genrich and Mrs. Frank Flaig attended the farm bureau meeting at Good Hope Friday eve- Ing. The local 4-H club girls gave the program. Mrs. Chris Godfredson Sick Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pearson and Mrs. Chris Godfredson, Ringsted, spent Thursday at Fairmont, with Mr. Godfredson's mother, Mrs. Chris Godfredson, Sr., who is at a hospital there. School Girls Entertain The home economics girls entertained Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Mrs. Frank Flaig and Mrs. Fred Gen- North Ender For Legislature Swen City HcrnW: With talk of next year's cnndidntp under way. friends of Lawrence Thorson, prominent Engle township fnrmer and land owner, have during the week suggested him ns n candidate for representative from Knssnth county on the republican tirkct. It is known that the emissary approached him about it late last week, but at that time \vns noncommittal. Friends of the proposed mndidnle point out that he is one \vhn ""hides his light under a bushel." moaning :hat underneath there is plenty of sense anci ro'ind ability which ihoughtful voters look for when they mark their ballots. Northwest Kossuth neighbors of r. Thorson long have realized he las been a student of government, ilthough he has not said publicly low he feels about developments since last year's campaign. He watched with interest last year's ebellion against the retail sales ax, nnd at that time was Inclined o oppose the tax. In the event he makes the race it is not likely Mr. Thorson will sidestep any of the ssues now current in Iowa such as quor control, taxation, conserva- on, old age pensions, relief and thers. \OTKF OF RXPIRATIO* OF TIME I'llH KKPK.MPTION FROM TAT SAI.F, TO .IANI: I;I;I:Y mvis AMP FHAN- y»n an-l i -ar-h of you nrn hot-ohy nnlltlnl Unit on M." 7ih <Inv of |ic-r- ml.or. ,\ H. l!):!fi. II,,. t|,,. n Troasmcr "f Kossnth Conntv. M. .1. I'lifTy. at ilm r.-Kiilnr Tttx Snip lirlil nt ill,Court House in snM <'onn<>« on sni. <l:Uo. si.1,1 n! Sravt-npci Tax Suit 1 pursuant to St-ctlon T^'ifi of thp Co<|,' ot l»wa of,. tl,,. followlr.K 'Ir-srrlli- i >1 n-ril c'«tati>. sltimtcil In County "f Knsslllll mill St(lt<> nf lolV.I. to\v i t . Tvvi-lvr (121 Itl liln, 1( Four i J l c,f Hi,, ntlfrtnnl I'lat of HMII- < r«(\. Iowa. I" I-'!..r:i Ma,. lira.II,-y. Unnnofl. Iowa, for Ih, i|>-!ltt'|ii»Mt tnx<<« for Hi- years in;!.: iii;u ni ,,i tn^s, whii h '• thru pnsl ,!«!•. ili.||ii,|in-nt ntto a lii-n tlic'ioon Tl.nt HHVP was l» s I I" tli" .'.-ilil Flo,:, M.-,p llriulli l>y Ih" said Trcasm-fr of Kossuth roui ty. Iiiwn. a Ta\ Salo i'.TtiM<ai, of Purcliaso al St nvcn crot-'s Sal«- thorofnr. Tlmt on or al.oiit (hr> JStl ,lnv of Or(.il,,. r t!t,17. for valualilo .-onslll.., ntlon. t| u . sn |,| Flora Mn<- llrnillrv Only (iKslRnnl. ronvpyocl, t rnmsfori oil and sot over snlil Ta N Snlo «Vrtlflontc ty. Iowa, convoylnK ,»alil roal entfttB of this Nntlcp. lintcd thl* fith day of November, A. n. i!m. M. P. HAGGARD, * [.awful Owner anrt Holder of Said Certificate. 45.415..47 of I'lirclinsp to M. - . HneKanl . JMtconn. lotrn. ivlio is now thp lawful ownpr nn,l hulilcr of sal.l Ta v Snip Coriinc-at,. of i-tirplinpf That t-tio Htrl.ts of rpdrmptior from snl,! Tax Snlo will pxflrp nnrl n Tax Hop,) ! f, r "'i 01 ' fT'll'-nt'' will )><. mnrto "v thp Trpnsnrpr of Kossutli ooun- IV. Iowa,, rnnpvylne Knlrt rpnl pstntp ns provUlPd l,v Inw. unlpss tpdpmp- tlon Is mmlp tlipfpfrom within nlno- rich at breakfast at the schoolhouse Friday afternoon. This was part of the school routine. Attend Funeral at Algona The Eugene Pearsons and Mrs. John Dempsey attended the funeral of L. A. Miner at Algona recently. Five to Conservation Meet Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pearson and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krne^er drove to Algona Thursday evening, the men to attend a conservation league meeting and the women to call on Muriel Long, who had a major operation at the Kossuth hospital one any last week. Others from here attending the conservation meeting were Arthur , Raymond Bierstedt and Alton Pettit. Dorothy Macumber, employed at Fort Dodge, came home Saturday for a visit with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Macumber. Mrs. S. C. Carr, Phillip, S. D., spent last week Tuesday and Wed nesday here with relatives and 01 Thursday, Mrs. Frank Flaig an Mrs. C. W. Heerdt, Algona, tool her to Kanawha, where she was t visit other relatives before con tinuing to 111. Mrs. John Dempsey entertalne her daughter, Mrs. Eugene Pear sons last week Monday evenini Attending were: Mrs. J. M. Blan chard, Mrs. W. a. Flaig, Mn. H. J Rice, Mrs. Fred Flaig, Mrs. Fre Genrich, Mrs. Alex Krueger, ant Mrs. Frank Flaig. Eugene Blanchard, Mason City and. Donald Carans, Owntonnu, Minn., students at a business col iegc in Mason City, spent t7ic week end nt the J. M. Blanchards. L. T Whitchill, San Diego, Calif., and Claude Whitchill were Friday dinner guests of the Blanchnrds. Thi visiting men are brothers of Mrs Blanchard. ).H. ERASERS CRESCO HOSTS Entertain So. Cresco M. to D. Club at Their Home Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fraser were host and hostess to the South Cresco Mothers and Daughters club members and families Saturday evening at the Cresco chi'rch. Decorations were In keeping with Hal- lowe'en. A play "The Incurable Optimist" was given by Mesdames E. C. Potter, O. S. Moore, R. E. Morgan and Gordon Woostcr, coached by Mrs. D. S. Wildin. Two vocal duets by Mrs. Wildin and Mrs. Floyd Bacon, two solos by Mrs. Gordon Wooster, a song and recitation by little Tyrell Woostcr. C. A. Potter played a saxophone nnd all were accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Wildin. Refreshments were served to 50 and a most enjoyable time was reported. Swea-Eagle News Swea-Eagle News son and Mrs. O. K. Olson visited at the Frederick Lenz home in Rodman recently. Mr. and Mrs. E. Peterson of Osceola, and Mr. and Mrs, Chantlen of Humboldt were visitors at the Leonard Hansen home Sunday. Barbara Rae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Enochson was baptized in the Lutheran church Sunday. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Enochson and Mr. and Mrs. Eari Olson. All rural pupils are anticipating a real treat in a one day vacation which will be on Friday. All rural school teachers will attend a county teachers institute at that time. Geo. K. Nelson. Mrs. L. B. Anderson of Chicago arrived Ia*t Sunday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. C. F. Peterson, and with other relatives and frienda. Mrs. Anderson will be remembered hre as Mrs. Selma Peterson. Mr. Anderson is a railroad auditor in Chicago. George Butterfield has been ill the past week with an attack of heart trouble. Mr. and Mrs. John Jongberg visited Mrs. Jongberg'a mother, Mrs. W. Thackeray at Interlaken last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Olson of Forest City were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Olson's sons, Leslie Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Olson and sons of Forest City were Sunday dinner guests at the Dettmer Thompsons. Mrs. Albert Bunkofske and son, Harold and daughter, Leola of Burl were Sunday visitors at the Harry Linde home. Mr. and Mrs. George Harner and children visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Harness brother, Merlin Anderson of Bancroft. Warren Diebler, together with Robert Bell of the Swea City r-'ord Motor Co., were in Des Moines last Monday to attend the new 1938 Ford showing. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Olson and Dennis and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rath and children spent Sunday at the the Walter Leonards in Cylinder. Mrs. Olson, Mr. Rath and Mrs. I Leonard are brothers and sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Tuftie of Ottawa, 111 , were week end visitors at the home of Mrs. Tuftie's sister, Mrs. Ed Bergeson. The Jay Larson family and Emery Bergeson of Minneapolis were other Sunday visitors at the Bergesons. Mrs. Harry Llude and Mrs. Frank Isaacson and daughter. Fern, together with other members of the Open Bible tabernacle held a birthday party for Mrs. A. Mortinson ot Seneca recently. Lunch was served by the 26 guesU present. William Evans drove to Cedar Tails Saturday, returning Sunday to visit his daughter, Lucille, who is a second year student at the State Tecahera College. He aU ended the Dad's Day banquet at Burtlett Hali, Saturday noon. Olive Crossley of Ames visitec ast Sunday at the Martin Molinder ome. June Larson was an over night ;uest Monday at the home of Maud Jrimmer in Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Torine and Iheryle LaRue visited Sunday at the Perry Torine home in Bancroft. Mrs. Alma Jacobson and her children of Winnebago, Minn., visited Sunday at the Virgil Jenson home. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harner and Mrs. Geo. Harner and children, James and June visited Sunday at the home of Rose and Jessie Heart- sock at Goldfield. Mrs. Tankard Carlson entertained a group of relatives for Sunday dinner in honor of her father, A. D Neltleton and Marion Cisne, and Frank Whitiock of Sims, III. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rath went to Algona Sunday morning where Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pommerening accompanied them to LuVerne to attend the funeral for Seward Thornton. Mrs. Geo. Harner, together with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Anderson and Floyd Colwell of Grant attended the funeral of John O'Connor at Granada, Minn., last week Thursday. Earl, Lila and Ruby Berg, Thomas and Glenn Olson, June Larson, Mr. and Mrs. John Jongberg attended the Baptist Young People's mid-year rally at the Algona Baptist church Sunday. Oscar Berggren and Myron Johnson, Olgot Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. McGregor, Mr. and Mrs. Art K. Anderson attended the farm bureau banquet and program held in the Algona M. E. church last Friday evening. Eighteen New Car* So Far This Month Eighteen new automobiles have been sold in Kussuth so far thlt> month, a£ follows: Chevrolet* — W. K. Broderson, Mrs. Ctttberine Park. Toui Vipoiid, Frank Kohlhaas, F. F. Dutton, Metropolitan Life- las. Co., and W. A. Wood, Aigoaa; Dr. H. E. Woodward. Whittemore. Plyuioutha—M. H. Doherty. Algona; Fred E. Genrich, Lone Rock; K. E. Berg. Swea. City, fclarie Kuuz, Wesley: Pontiacs—Guy M. Butts', Lou Gouge. Wesley; Kords -Auton Kurdoen, Bancroft, Jesse Harms, Tilonka; Buick—S. O. Anderson. Algoiia; Dodge, Mary CaiHisiud, Bode. Mrn. Sparks Hostam The Mothers and Daughters club of Cresco was entertained Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. B. F. Sparks in Hobarton. Nineteen members and two guests were present. Opening song was "Brighten the Corner Where You Are." Roll call was answered by description of birthplace and was very interesting. A magazine article "Bring 'Em Up Alive" was read by Mrs. EL C. Potter, which concluded the program on "Am I A Good MoCn- er." Mrs. Lou Matern is .now a member, making six new members The next meeting is to be held on Nov. 17. with Mrs. Archie McDaniels, 812 E. Elm afreet, Algona. Mrs. Susie Engler returned on Wednesday to her home in Arnold's Park after five days in Algona attending to business nnd visiting relatives and friends. Messrs and Mesdames E. C. Potter. O. S. Moore. Will Runchcy. John Ulfers and Mrs. Will Martin were among those attending lun- crnl services for Mrs. Charles Armstrong, Monday, nt Livermore. The wo former spent Monday with 'riends in Livermore. A surprise and farewell party was held Tuesday afternoon for Mrs] Ke£iah Bradley, who leaves soon to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Mayme Chitty, Correctionville. Twenty-four were >resent. The party and refresh- nents were arranged by Mrs. L. E. Potter. Silk and wool hose were presented by the group who spent he afternoon socially. Roller Skate Coliseum BRITT, IOWA Wed, Thurs., Frt., Sat, Bun. Mon. and Tues. Party Night* For Information Write J. A. Gardner, Britt Doan News Whoopee DANCE Ladies Free by presenting this add before 10 o'clock. Sal. Nite Nor. 13 Sexton FOLLOW THE CROWD RHYTHM CLUB Sat NlRht, Nov. 20 Dance Kvery Sat. Night Sexton DRINK PEPSI-COLA Good With Everything Parly Tonight? Presbyterian Supper Saturday Evening Church Basement Serving hrgin* nt 5:00 MENU Clii k.n and Noodles Mnshc-d Potatoes Baked Beans Squash Cabbage Salad Rolls Jelly Pickles Fresh Apple Pie LTx- nnd WHY let "mere" distance keep you from the children at school WHEN IT COSTS SO LITTLE TO TELEPHONE Following arc typical NIGHT AND SUNDAY RATES for 3-minute conversations when you ask to talk with anyone available at the telephone called from Aigona. TO RATE Am«, la. .35 DCS Moinei, It. .40 Evanston, III. .75 Grinnell, la. .40 Iowa City, la. .55 Minneapolis, Minn. .50* South Bend, Ind. .85 Lowest Long Distance rate* arr In rttect EVKBY NIGHT affc-r 7 o'clock and ALL DAY SUNDAY. (Rates shown do not include tax). Sufferers of STOMACH ULCERS < HYPERACIDITY DEFINITE RELIEF OR MONEY BACK THE WILLARD TREATMENT hu brought prompt. deflnIM relief In thoiMand* of cut» of Stomach Mid DiiMimul Ulor*. due to HypwacM- Itf, anil o( hnr forms of ftlomactt l)(i- trnt <lim to F.rcrli Acid. SOLD ON If DAYS TRIAL. For complete In- fornutinn read "WlllBrd't MM •I IUII.I.'' Aik for lt-lw«-»» A. It BORCHAHDT The Aid will meet with Mrs. Fern Anderson, Nov. 18, with Mrs. Pcirl Knox assisting. The Doan Ladies' Aid will terve unch at the public sale at the Van Hanstn farm Nov. 17. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Schmitz und amily of Clear Lake spent Sunday with the latter's brothers, A. J. and Vm. J. Martinek. Mrs. Andrew H'insen held open ouse Monday, Nov. 8, in honor of Sheila Ann's birthday, and inter- ained the school children in her onor after four o'clock. Rev. W. J. Patterson resumed ervices at the Doan church last lunday after a two weeks' vacation ue to the painting of the inter- or and exterior of the church, hich was completed last week. A ood crowd attended church. Mesdames Katie Elefson, Petra Carson, Marie Christenson, Ruth parks, Ella Martinek, Ellen Boien- M, Pearl Knox, Pearl Asa, Hazel arson. Ollie Stoll and Olga Hott ere guests of the Algona M. E. Aid t a 1:15 luncheon last week Thursay, Nov. 4. r enton P. T. A. Has November Meeting Fenton: The November meetjng ' the Fenton Purent-Teachers a.s- ociation met in the high school uditorium on Tuesday evening, ov. 2. The following program was iven: community singing led by Miss Finn; music by the high school orchestra; piano solo, Marjorie Johnson; health talk, Antoinette Bonnstetter. nurs<^ of the Algona schools; music, boys' glee club: business meeting. Hostesses were Mesdames Walter Jcnti, Arthur Mueller, Arnold Klatt, Hfrinan St.-uecker, B. G. Berkeland, E. C Fauerby, George Bolte, Sophia Bltckwenn, F. F. Mueller and Herman Gade. Mr. iiinj MLS. Emil Biursledt :i'id daughters, Mary and Carol J n.i; Mrs. August i'ijaliu a/nJ her Read The Want Ads—It Pays. Yes - Lowest - Cost Save tune and worry— pun-liasc with coiitid- CJK-C. Kuo\v you Jiavc flic best—we meet the requirements. Automobile Liability Insurance—Dwelling— Household (iood.s and all other forms of insurance coverage. See Us Today for your Insurance Requirements Good Insurance Pays The Algona Insurance Agency State Street Loons C. R. LaBarre Automobile Loiuu* Piione 55 Imuranoe Sorensen's and daughter. Rsith. nuun vihko home. Sunday afu-r- ; aL llie Huyu FauKlt NAVY BEANS 3 Ibs. 21c MINCE MEAT, Home Made 2 Ibs. 33c HONEY 2 cakes for 25c PANCAKE FLOUR, School Girl Ig. bag 17c GINGER SNAPS 21bs.25c SALAD DRESSING, Opal Brand qt. 26c Blue Glass Tumbler free with 2 pkgs. 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