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ona Upper Deft Moinea, iWa, D«C. 9,1937 MRS.KOLLASCH NAMED BANCROFT AUXILIARY HEAD Bancroft: The members of the American Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mary Sheridan, Thursday evening. A business meeting •was held during which Mrs. Albert Kollasch was elected president and Mrs. Ambrose Kennedy, poppy chairman of the organization to fill vacancies left by Mrs. Mike Droessler. After the meeting bridge and five hundred were played. Mrs. Ambrose Kennedy won high In bridge and Mrs. Geo. Johnson won high In five hundred. Helen Coftley Hostess Helen Cogley entertained at three tables o< Abridge Monday evening. Mary Sheridan won high score, Mrs. W. A. Murray won low, Mrs. Mae Lattimer won £he travel and Mrs. Joe Cogley won the cut prize. Buy Bancroft Home The Dr. R. E. Weber family recently purchased and moved into the home formerly owned by Mike Droessler. The M. J. Wolfe family moved into the house vacated by the Webers. Sylvia Goche of Seaforth. Minn., came Saturday for a visit at the Wm. Goche home. Mrs. Chas. Henry of Waukon arrived Tuesday for a visit at t'- home of her sister, Mrs. Peter Mathies. Chas. Qulhn drove to Greeley Saturday to attend a sale of full-blooded Belgian hones. The sale was held by Tom Hobart Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien and daughter, Sharon Kay of LuVerne were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Brien. The Frank Recker family spent the weofc end visiting at the OX S. Underkofler home at Marquette. Mrs. Recker is a daughter of Mr. Underkofler. John Sheridan took over duties Monday at the hardware and variety store in McGregor which he recently purchased. John was formerly employed at the Fuchs hardware store here. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kulow and daughter visited relatives in Durby over thei week end. Mrs. F. N. Thies accompanied them to Boone where she visited with relatives and at the Rev. Chas. Bryden home. Mrs. Albert Deitering, Mrs. Emery Deitering. Mrs. Cletus Deitering, and Mr,s. H. J. Deitering and daughter, Marina, attended a quilting party at the home of Mrs. Carl Callies at Titonka Sunday. Mrs. Callies is a daughter of Mrs. H. J. Deitering. Fenton Aid Elects Fenton: The Fenton Lutheran Aid society met in the church parlors Wednesday for their regular meeting and the annual election of officers. Mrs. Walter Ohm was reelected president Mrs. Henry Reimers reelected vice president. Mrs. Edward Mitchell elected secretary and Mrs. W. V. Yager reelected as treasurer. Hood's I. G. A. Store Groceries, Fruit and Fancy Meats Phone 355 Free Delivery Algona, Iowa di*wn*« fr ne limit Ollgar granulated lOlbs. POTATOES Minnesota Whites 100 Ib. bag 1.05 PANCAKE FLOUR Rival Ib. bag CRACKERS Daisy Soda 10 SYRUP dark Ib. pail 45c SOAP P. & G. Soap 10£"_ 39c CHLORO-SAN bleach Quart bottle Flour °*aa 49 ib. 1.29 Catsup, Plymouth Maid _ . _ 14 oz. bottle 9c Peanut Butter, Carol _______ 2 Ib. jar 25c Tomato Juice, IG A Jumbo _____ 2 cans 23c Apricots, Ripened _______ No. 2 \ cans 22c Fruit Cocktail, 18K _______ ._No. 1 tall 17c Red Kidney Beans IGA No. 2, 2 cans 19c Red Beans, IGA ______ No. 2, 3 cans 25c Pumpkin 2 for 15c No. 2 Diced Beets 3 cans 25c No. 2 Diced Carrots - 3 cans 25c Country (ientleiuiui No. 2 Corn, IGA, 2 for 25c No. 2 Real Kipe Tomatoes _ 3 cans 23c 1 Ib. tall Salmon, 18K can 27c Toll Cans Milk, IGA 10 A Tomato Soup IGA 2 cans .lie ll>. l>ox _ 7c Baking Soda _ I'ure Kxtract Vanilla, IGA 2 oz25c Carol Cooking Molasses 15c sh.-n<-a Walnuts 12 Ib bag 29c 2forl5c 9 oz. pk|(. 13c Shelled Halves Currants IGA California White Figs . 8 oz. pkg. lOc Pecans \ Ib. bag 33c IGA S) in. Mince Meat 2 f or 19c ThoiniMim Seville** Raisins 2 Ib. pkg. 17c Carol 49N>s. 1.59 CANDY, Xmas mix ' MIXED NUTS fancy 1 19c PEANUT BEIT TLE Ib. WALNUTS, lari-v Jb. Coffeeblue G LAST WEEK AT LAKOTA board met with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton last week Wednesday evening. Committees for tho Christmas entertainment were appointed and other business taken care of as usual. The Ledyard township Farm Bureau Women's Project program committee, with Mrs. J. H. Hoi- comb as chairman, and the committee for the general meetings with Charles Eggerth as chairman, met at the Charles Eggerths last week Wednesday evening and prepared the programs for the coming year. Mrs. J. H. Warburton returned Friday morning via Estherville from a two weeks visit with relatives in Chicago and at Morris. III. Mrs. Samuel Warburton was Lnkota correspondent during her sister's absence. A baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wirtjes early last week at the Buffalo Center hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton were guests of the F. O. Torlnes, south of Swea City, at a birthday party cele-brnttng Mrs. Warburton's and Mrs. H. E. Harvey's birthdays. The following young people spent Thanksgiving with relatives here: Lyle Patterson, Dale Hqmn- quiM and Robert Hamilton from t'pper Iowa university. Betty Ley from Grinnell. Norman Frerkine. Miriam Hpetland. Fern I^wis, Harold Gerdes. Mr. and Mrs. Tabe Loats, and William Powers and Virgil Smith, from Dubuque. Mrs. Lou Nltz entertained the Lutheran Missionary society at her home north of town recently. The Commercial club enjoyed their monthly dinner at the Methodist church dining room Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Max Nltz celebrated their 19th wedding anniversary a week ago Saturday- Mr, and Mrs. A. T. Buckets and daughter Esther spent a few days with relatives at Boone last wee*. Emma Gutknecht entertained 30 friends at bridge Friday evening, November 26. Lou Junkermeier had a car accident when on the way to a sale a week «po last Wednesday the car struck loose gravel and went into the ditch. Mr. Junkermeier suffered no broken bones but was badly bruised and his face cut from broken glass. The honor roll for the past six wertos high school is as follows: seniors, Margaret Schroeder, Kath- erlne Powers, Elizabeth Rahm- stock. Arlene Heetland, Mildred Halverson, Mnxine Griese, and Edwin Christ; juniors — -Patricia Woodworth. Paul Ukena, Viola Thavr*. William Smith, Edna lies- lie. Adele Johnson, Kay Berschman. Bother Buckels, and George Ailts; sophomores — James Ley, Dale Jacobson. Ixila Schroeder, Fred Tamen, and Pete Walters; freshmen—Maynard Koppen. Lutheran Young People, Whittemorc* Select Officials Whittemore: The St Paul's Lutheran Y. P. S- held the annual meeting last week Thursday evening and officers were elected for 1938 as follows: president. P. L. Jessen; vice president, Vera Dau; secretary, Helen Hohn: treasurer. Alvera Behnke: librarian. Lida Potratz. 'Birthday, Dinner Parties, Whittemore Whittemore: A number of relatives and neighbors gathered at the home of "Mr. and Mrs. Simon Web/r. Jr.. to celebrate his birthday. Among those who were present were as follows: Simon Weber, Sr.. the Peter Weyderts. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ludwig and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sheppard. son Duane and daughter, Geraldine, Mr. ana Mrs. Executive committee— Harold John Orl ' ger ant j son , Harold, Mr. Behnke. August Vaudt. Jr.. and Roland Esser. Ushers—Harold Behnke, Harold WeTirspann. Paul Potratz and Harold Voigt. Maahs and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lleb and son, Duane, of Lotts Creek. Bazaar Clean $170 The Methodist ladies were well pleased with their bazaar which was held in the academy hall last week Wednesday afternoon and evening. They cleared $170.00. 15th Birthday Joe Schumacher son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schumacher, entertained seven boys at his home Friday evening. The occasion was his 15th birthday. The evening was spent at cards and a delicious lunch was served by Mrs. Peter Schumacher. Among those who attended the ;mrty were Maurice Steier, Bud ftooney, Kenneth Frost, Norbert Knecht, Stanley Brogan, Ralph Fandel and Norvin Elbert. and Mrs. Joe Sikora and family of Ottoscn; Paul Weber of Burt and the Herman Voigts. The entertainment for the evening was spent at cards. Evelyn Voigt won high and Mrs. Herman Voigt. low. and Earl Sheppard won high for the men and Paul Weber, low. A delicious lunch was served at the close of the evening. Ralph Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vaudt and son. Calvin, Mr. At Kuecker Home A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker, Monday evening to help Leonard Meyer celebrate his birthday. Those who were present were Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyerfand Mrs. Ed Youngwirth attended and son, Roland, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck and son, Henry, Jr., and daughter, Lucille, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, and Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz and sons, Norman, Chas. and James, Mr. and Mrs. George Glen Jenkimons, Wed 18 Year*, Dinner Hosts Union: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jenkinson entertained 12 guests at dinner Sunday In honor of their 18th wedding anniversary. Those attending were the Leonard Cfulk- shank family, Union* the Austin Gardner family, Plum Creek, and Lou Jfenklnson, Cresco township. Bernard Bode and his grandfather, John Lamuth were at Humboldt Monday. A fine crowd attended the Busy Bee meeting held last week Friday at the home of Georgia Holding. The Nick Krleps family were entertained for supper and the evening at the Rudolph Will home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig and Mr. and Mrs. James 1 Ackerman and family of Ixme Rock were guests for dinner and supper Sunday at the Herman Willrett home. Miss Cirila Slagle and a friend of Strawberry Point were guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. August Slagle. Miss Slagle is at present teaching at Strawberry Point. Anthony Sloffel, who had been substituting at a Burt hardware store during the manager's absence, helped finish the corn picking at the Joe Arndorfer farm in Cresco. West Bend Church Group Clears $112 West Bend: The Presbyterian Aid held its annual bazaar and served a public supper Saturday evening at the church. Twenty-five cent, lOc and 5c grab-bags of home made candy, pop corn balls, baked goods, gifts and etc were sold. The supper tables were decorated with lighted candles and a lighted Xmas tree added to the affair. More than $112 was cleared. relatives and friend* at ThanksgW*' ng dinner. Jerome Italvwson has been having the pink eye and misted school •or several days. Ole Osland was a Sunday dinner guest of Mrs. Beatrice Osland and family last Sunday. Oscar Frandle and Burnlld Le- grled shredded corn near Bricelyn ast Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Adrien Hauskln, Olendln and Shirley Rae spent Tuesday afternoon at the Herve Thotnpwmt. Mrs. Martin Thompson spent last Wednesday all day visiting her daughter, Mrs. Adrian Hauskln. Mrs. Otis Mldthune and Mrs. Fred Mattke attended the Ladles' Aid meeting at Rake last Wednesday. Sam Winter Is building a new Duane Vaudt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vaudt. is on the sick list. Paul Urich was at Duncan to visit his mother, Mrs. Mary Urich who is ill. John Lcinenbach returned to Whittemort! after spending several months in Glenhaven, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schaper ol Estherville were Sunday visitors at the Lawrence Laidley home. Joe Schiltz of Fort Dodge was a a 4-H club banquet at Burt Monday evening. Dinner guests at the Earl Sheppard home recently were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Loss and family, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Henry and family and Kelsey Dunn, all of Algona; Leona Wood and son, Russell of Fenton. Jean Henry of West Bend, Louis Schumacher and Mr. and Mrs. John Henry from here. A. E. Heinemann and son Thomas. Mrs. E. L. Heinemann and Miss Louise Heinemann, all from Elmhurst, 111., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Jessen. G*4e* Ho»t» Sunday Mr. and Mr*. Arnold Gade entertained at a 12 o'clock dinner Sunday. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade and family, Mrs. Emelie Siems, son Erwin and daughter Esther, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Jessen and son, Ralph, A. E. Heinemann and son, Thomas, Mrs. E. L. Heinemann and Miss Louise Heieman, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behnke. Rev. and Mrs. \V. H. Discher. sons Norman and Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Will Vaudt. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Meier and daughter. Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler entertained at a bridge luncheon Thursday. Mrs. Carl Vohs drove to Algona Wednesday to conduct her violin class. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Reid, Palmer, drove to West Bend Saturday for visits with old friends. W. H. Daubendlek returned on Friday from Remsen. where he looked after business affairs. Gezina Schutter who teaches at Wesley, came Saturday for the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schutter. John J. Jeager received a message Wednesday announcing the serious illness of his father at Rugby, N. D. He left at once for that place. The Methodist Missionary society met at the, church Friday for a monthly meeting. Mrs. D. B. Butler and Mrs. Jos. Dunn were the hostesses. chicken house 18x32 which wUI make quite an Improvement to his farm. Fred Rhode underwent an operation last week at Blue Earth. What his ailment was we have not yet learned. Mrs. Olin Larson and Mrs. Ernest Halverson were hostesses at the Zlon Ladles' Aid meeting In Rake last week. Mrs. Lloyd Loge and Janice of near Bricelyn spent Wednesday at the home of her brother, Herve Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Legrled and little girl and Mrs. Hannah Legried spent Monday night with Mrs. Beatrice Osland and family. Esther Loos is expected to come home from the Mankato hospital about the middle of the we«"k. She has be'en there for over six weeks. Mrs. Carl Johnson and baby. Mrs. Relnert Johnson and children spent last Tuesday at the John Baoje home. The men attended the Ed Miller sale. Mrs. Martin Thompson, Mrs. C. O. Legrled. Mrs. Burnild Legrled, Mrs. Clarence Haveland and Rev. S. O. Sorlein spent Tuesday afternoon at the Oscar Frandles. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle drove to Blue Earth Sunday evening and visited with Ole Hauskln. Mr. Hauskin has been sick for some time. Victor BCMwim In Swea City Friday evening, t»ee. 4, the occasion being Mrs. Bckholm'8 88th birthday. MVs. Eckholffl with her husband, lived in Seneca for many year* before retiring to Swea City. Her daughter, Lyda, lives with her. Mrs. Otto Jensen Is a daughter of Mrs. Eckholm. Other guest* from Swea City were her son, Lewi; Eckholm and wife and Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Eckholm. Bert Olson has purchased a new Plymouth car. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Platt and children visited relatives at Renwick last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lents Peterson were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Jenson last week Friday. Rev. and Mrs. R. P. Bronlewee and Rev. A. Belstrom were dinner guests last Sunday at the Emll Larson home. Mrs. Rudolph Nelson and her daughter, Lavonne of near Bancroft visited last Monday at the Walter Peterson home. Ortgort jttstw, . at Good Thunder, Minn.. last Sun- d< M». Anthony Skew returned horn* last Sunday '^ J[?™J! where rt* h« helped "«?"***"» week* caring tor her mother who passed away. Mif. Skew's son, Robert of Minneapolis, accompanied her home for a short stay. NUTS AHD OAHOir Everything In Knts CAMMT—fre«h Xma* Candy, att kinds, IBc, 2 ft* for «8c Churched and School* Candy lOc pound Peanuts lOc ponnd Long's CLOSING OUT Norwegian Supper, Saturday, Ottosen Ottosen: The annual Norwegian supper will be held at the Lutheran church parlor* Saturday evening, Dee. 1L Mr. and Mrs. Peter Holt were Algona callers Friday. Mrs. Jessie Van Busklrk spent Wednesday with relatives in Estherville. Mrs. Bernard Jacobs and daughter. Patty Ann of West B«nd visited at the Peter Holt home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Zlnn*l and daughter, Muriel, were Sunday evening dinner'guests at the Victor Dau home at Whittemore. Swea-Eagle News Mr. and Mrs. Myron Johnson and sons, Wallace and Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Algol Swanson, daughter Mavis and son Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Art E. Anderson and sons, Edward and Albert and Clifford McGregor attended the 4-H club banquet held at the Burt school gymnasium on Monday evening, Dec. 6. At Kin's Funeral Mr. and Mrs. Millen.Jenson, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Long attended the Martin Thompson funeral at the Seneca Lutheran church last Monday. Mr. Jenson is a nephew and Mrs. Larson and Mrs. Long are nieces of Mr. Thompson. John Jongberg together with Chas. Collin and Rev. R. P. Bron- lewee were delegates from the Swea City Baptist church who attended the ordination services of the Rev. John Patton, at the Bancroft Baptist church last Tuesday. Mrs. Eckholm, M Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jenson and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jenson were dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Holstein Sale As I have leased the farm on a different plan I will sell my entire herd of more than 30 years breedflig, all high bred and some pure bred. Farm l / 2 mile east and 2 miles north of Burt Thursday, Dec. 16 BEGINNING AT 12 QTCUOCK. LADIES AID OF M. E. CHURCH WILL SERVE LUNCH 111 Head of Livestock 33 cows and heifers 12 heifer calves 60 hogs 6 mos. old 5 sheep 1 horse Stack of alfalfa hay TERMS—CASH. until paid for. No property to be removed G. H. Wessel, Prop. Stewart & Flaig, Aucts. Burt Savs. Bank, Clerk lOc 19c Texas Grapefruit, large size 8 for 25c Lettuce, large aolid heads 2 for I5c Bananas, bright fruit 4 Ibs. 23c Apples, Roman Beauty, ring pack, bu. 1.39 Oranges, navels, good size doz. 23c WWK^ Fancy ^ MEATS Pork Steak Ib. 18c Bacon cello wrp V^lb 15c Fey Beef Roast—Ib. 15c Lard 2 Ibs. 25c Ground Beef --2 Ibs. 25c Oyster solid pack qt 45c Boiling Beef _-lb. 12 1//2 c Eing Bologna _lb. visitor at the home of Mr. and Mra. J;imea Ueelan the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Maher of Itarnum spent the week end at the home ol their daughter, Mra. Curtis heidler and family. Kate Haag left for her home in anesville. Minn., Monday after vis- ting witli her mother and other elutivea for two weeks. Curtis Quinn arrived home from iapid City, S. I)., Tuesday evening rhere he npent a wee^ visiting with is son, Joe Quinn and family. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Eischeid spent Sunday at the Andrew Itert- ng home in West Bend. Mr. Eis- heid and Mrs. Reding are sisters. Mra. Catherine O'Brien and family ami Mr. anil Mrs. Ed Kickbohn were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien in Aigona. J. V. Elbert and son. Bud, returned Sunday from an auto trip, which took tlitrn through several states which were Missouri, Kansas Nebraska and Oklahoma. The son of Mr. and Mrs. George Maahs was baptized Sunday at St I'aul's Lutheran church. He was named Hichard James. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maahs were spun sors. Mr. and Mrs. Hussell Brady en tt-rlained Mr. anil Mrs. Curti Shtidler, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kol la.vh and Mr. and Mra. Anthon; Schmidt Thursday evening at ; ciird parf.y. Mr and Mrs. O. S. Lund an family of I.uVerne and Mr. an Mrs. Carl Mon k of Al<{ona wer dinner guests at the home of Wil iain and Human Vuudt Thursda I evening of last week. \ J. H. Schroeder of Burt was Sunday visitor at the Ralph Bar' U-tt home. Mrs. Schroeder, wh had been with the BartletU sine last Wednesday returned to her home with Mr. Schroeder. Jirn Hogan, Mra. Alfred Semon and Mrs. Nick Semon left for Rochester, Minn., Tuesday morning, where Mra. Semon will enter St. Mary's hospital for treatment* and consult doctors in regard to her health. Guests at Dam Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dau enter tained at a 12 o'clock dinner a number of relatives and friends. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Berninghaus and son, Mr. and Mrs. August Shaeffer, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zinnel, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnell and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zinnell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zinnell and son. Merlyn Westphal, Francis Anliker, Art Anderson and Vera Dau. , c - i Hebron News The John Hafjedorn sale was well attended last Wednesday. George Smith shelled corn last Thursday for his landlord. Thelma Frandle spent last Thursday night with Orla Olson at Rake. Quite a number attended Santa Claus day at Blue Earth last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Fjetland spent Mrs Edward Knoner and two j ^^ ^ bt with the OeoTge ,r>u f*xK« nnft T\e\n fatllfnaA Kltn. lllM»««i*J •••»• «- sons, John and Don, returned Sunday from Boise, Idaho, where for the past three weeks they had visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barger. Mr. Knoner met them in Ames early Sunday morning. Smiths. John Fredericks shelled corn for Henry Woodwlck last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Bertha Sohn entertained 16 REFRIGERATION THIS CHRISTMAS! CHRISTMAS TREE BULBS Season's Greatest VALUE $4-89 Complete with AU Fitting The-'Kumforf heater is attractive in design and finish. 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