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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 4, 1938
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The Algona Upper Pet Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 4,198B North East Kossuth Page tEDYARD ALUMNI ASSMLECTION Ik .Wilson Brack, Doris Wei fare, Lttetta Oelhaus, Alice Hagge Picked Ledyard: Last Monday evening Die alumni association held its an- fttta'. homecoming at the school with t About 70 alumni and friends nt- tending. The main speakers of the tvening were Supt. M. K. Sperry of Xtenwick, who helped organize the association in 1935 and Supt H. M. Grannen ' Following the talks a business tBeeting was held and the following Mficers were elected, Wilson Brack. JffesJdent: Doris Welfare, vice pres- ' Went; Luetta Gelhaus. secretary: " Alice Hagge, treasurer. Those from out of town who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Bperry and Mrs. C. Roelfsema of ftenwfck: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oatfc of Bancroft: Mr. and Mrs. Krebsbach of Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hertzke of Lakota: Mr. tad Mrs. E. Rippentrop and Mr Marjorie Mino of Grant, Bride In Yule Season Grant Twp.: Marjorie Mae, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mino and Curtis F., son of Mrs. Elizabeth Skaggs of Sherburn, Minn., were married at the home of the bride's parents at seven o'clock. Thursday evening, Dec. 23, with Rev. H. E. Harvey of the Swea City Methodist church officiating. The single ring ceremony was used and the bride was given in marri-ige by her father. The bridal coupie entered the room to the strains of Lohengrin's Wedding March played by an aunt of the bride, Mrs. Fred Montgomery of Blue Earth, Minn. The maid of honor was Lucille Mino, a sister of the bride and the best man was Harry Skagg3. a brother of the groom. Following the ceremony, a buffet luncheon was served to immediate relatives. The bride is a graduate of the Grant school and the groom has been working for his brothor-ln- law. Walter Engstrom for the past four years. The young couple plan on fanning in the spring. Their many friends offer them their most sincere wishes for the best In the future. Jtii. C. Rippentrop and Lester LakotailS Attend of Lakota. ! Appendix Dot Lawrence Flynn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Flynn. had an append- IctUa operation at the Dolmage hospital in Buffalo Center Tuesday. Rsnr. and Mrs. H. E. Harvey. Ellwood and LaNelle of Swea City visited Thursday evening at the Clifton Engelby home. Xary Ellen McDonald, who is taking nurses' training at Carroll. came Monday and visited until Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald. Agnes Olson of Bancroft and Esther Stems of Whittemore spent Wednesday at the D. B. Mayer borne. Both girls taught here last year and made their home with the Mayers. 1 Two Funerals I Lakota: Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Gingrich. Lois and Harold, drove to Biue Earth. Mlnn_ last week to attend the funeral of Mrs. Gingrich's father. Mr. Benson, who passe-1 away early in the week. Mrs. Gingrich had been helping care for her father several weeks. The Bensons were former residents of this vicinity. E. R. Worley drove to Gait last week Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Joe Denger. who died suddenly the preceding Sunday of a heart attack. The Dengers were intimate friends of the Worleys when they -were residents of Gait and have often visited them here. Former Ledyard Resident I. Wed Ledyard: On Friday. Dec. 24. Elgar LaCour, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. LaCour, former Ledyard residents, was united In marriage to Miss Dorothy Mullins of Amboy, Minn. After a wedding supper at the borne of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. LaCour came to Ledyard to visit Saturday at the home of M» .two aunts, Mrs. J. Blome and Mrs. Ed Junkermeier. From here they went to Des Moines to visit his two sisters, Mrs. Harold Hendrickson and Laura Black, before going on to Indianapolis, Indiana, where they will make their home. The groom Is a graduate of the Ledyard high school and Is now work- LAKOTA NEWS ing as a secretary la.tbe_oftic«.otu toui.haa imaa transfer company in Indlanapoll*. Mrs. Rempt Ennen, who has been critically ill for two weeks, was improving Monday. John Smith has accepted a posi- ition in the C. R. Smith general store and began work before Christmas. The L E. Wortmans drove to Eagle Grove Sunday to take home Lena Asmusson, who spent the week end here. Wilbur Hassebrock, Manly, a student of the University of Dubuque, visited Sunday at the Frank l.ewis home. Ronald Nelson, who went to Spokane, Washington, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Nelr.on and family, who moved there 14 month? ago from Hebron township, spent Sunday with Lakota friends. Ronold cam* back to Iowa in September ANNABOYKEN.75, RITES WEDNESDAY Titonka Woman Leaves Two Sons and Two Daughters Des Motnes. to and near Titonka: Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Boyken, 75, pioneer resident of this section, and mother of fcur prominent residents of this vicinity, were held Wednesday. Dec 29th. at the home between Titonka and Woden, and at the Immanuel Lutheran church. Burial was in the cl'urch cemetery. Mr. Boyken p«ss- ed away in 1909. Mrs. Boyken leaves four chiii- ren. John F. at home. Marie (Mrs. Her.ry F. Maylandt. Will Boyken. Titonka banker and Frieda, at home. Another daughter,, died in 1913. Anna Margaretta Plalsler was born March 18, 1862, in Oldenburg, Germany. She was married to Gerd Boyken in 1881. and the oouple to this country in 1889. living neat Wellsburg. Iowa, until 1900 and moved to a farm between Ti- tcnka and Woden at that time. Death occurred Sunday. Dec. 26. Two sisters, Louise and Marie Boyken of Woden, one brother. Henry Puusier, Dodge Center, Minn., are other kin surviving. Allie Guernsey and son of Wode:> were business callers it Titonka. The Wm. Hauptly family of Wesley were Sunday evening guests at the George Weigands country home. Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher and son, Stanley, left Friday for DOS Moines to spend the holidays at the home of their son. Robert and family. Joe Bestenlehner and son. Will, of Aigona. and son. Frnnci J who is a student in Chicago, visited Sunday »t the home of Mrs. Lilly Wood and son. Mrs. Lillie Wood, and sons, John, Robert, Donald and Sigwcll. ate Christmas dinner at the rural horns of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and children. Watson Hamstreet son of Dr. ana Mrs. Hamstreet, came home trcm Iowa City, where he is at- tfcding school, to spend his holiday vi'-ation. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Denton and father. James Winter spent Christmas at the rural home of Mr. and Mrs. Allie Guernsey and family, north of Woden. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Turner and children of Cherokee, spent Christmas at the William Peterson home. Mr. Turner and Mrs. Peterson are brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hansen and children of Bricelyn, Mlnr., visited Christmas day at the parental Raa- Hansen home here and the parental Koestler home In Burt. and MM. Many Visitors At Lakota Over the Holiday Season Lakota: Among those entertaining guests Christmas day and their guests are as follows: At the Roland Smiths. Sr. were Mr. and Mrs. W. R Gutknecht, Mrs. Delia Smith and Wilma Spiker and evenings visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Egesdahl and Roland Smith and Luella Klocke. The Guy Beemers entertained Mrs. Beemer's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Boher of Nevada, Iowa, and George Paulson. At the Chas. and Emma Gutknechts were Mrs. Rachel Kienitz and family, Mr. and Mrs. August Gutknecht and daughter, Lena. At the Nick Behrends were the Jess Dugans. Burt, sister of Mr. Behrends. The Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerklng entertained their children. Norman and the Rev. and Mrs. Gerald Ukena of Jessup, Iowa. Mrs. P. R. Smith entertained her daughter and family, the W. E. Dawsons of Excelsior, Minn., n daughter and family, the Bob Heet- lands, Buffalo Center, and son, Ray and family of Lakota. and her brother, Frank Schroeder, who lives with her. The J. H. Warburtons had as guests her sister and hus- j band. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Torine, I Swea City, the Alrec Boeckholdts, 1 Titonka. and the Rev. Harvey and Mrs. Carl Hammer were visitors. Will Thaves had a ily dinner with the Clyde as guests. Otto Koppens entertained the Emory Smiths and Edward Hngges. The Nick Koppens had the P. L. Koppens and Albert Koppen as guests. William Baum was host to his sons and families Sunday, the Art Baums. Marvin Baums and the Clarence Baums, Lakota. A family gathering was enjoyed at the George Altizers Sunday. MUCH LONE ROCK HOLIDAY ACTIVITY Twin Calm as Gift J. H. Warburton's Guernsey cow brought him a Christmas gift of named Duke custom, nno Wally. TIRES New, Used and Retread Tires to fit your ear at prices that fit your pot-ketbook. We specialize in vuleanizing tires and tubes. Sampson Tire Service Phone No. 55IJ Located at 110 E. State St. The Eyes of the World are on Are Your Prepurrd to be Judged by Your PerkonaJ You do ii(,t necessarily have t« buy new clothes 1o be "dressed up". Just send your present clothing to us and with but little expense you will virtually have a new outrit. Let us prove to you that our method of cleaning and Form-Pitting is superior. Modern Dry Cleaners Phone r,:t7 \\ r e Deliver sent spent ChrUtmu at Havelock and Laurens, pint* of their parents and grandparents. Mr. and Mra. George Wmganda and family, east of town farmer*, visited Sunday at the home cf John ami Louis Meyer at Lakotc. James Winter left Monday morning for Ottosen and Gilmore City to visit his daughter, Mrs. Nels Bi njamin and family at OtTosen, and visiting old friends and attending to business at Gilmore City. Misses Hazel and Edith Budlon? cf Hampton spent the holidays with their mother, returning Sunday. Mrs. Budlong returned with them, and will spend the rest of the winter with her daughters. Dr. and Mrs. Hamstreet and family entertained her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Watson over the holidays, aid 3 a brother and family all of Philadelphia; a sister from Florida, as well as a sister of the doctor and her family of Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Craven of Omaha, Miss Daisy Craven of Watrr- Uo and Mr. and Mrs. Mel Craven fnu daughter of Eyota Min.v, were Cm tstmas guests at the home of tneii father, M. S. ( reven. Miss Hurlene Craven was unib'e to return home for Christmnj as she has been at La 1'crte City for several days caring for her fo-t.." parents. Dr. H. I. Torgerbon and Mrs. Torgerson accompanied Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe to Des Moines where they spent their time visiting Mr. Wolfe at the U. S. Veterans' hospital, a daughter and sister. Mable, and family in Dea Moines. and Dr. Horger-son's relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lftttr Prewitt also joined this family gathering. Mrs. Wolfe returned home Sunday and Dr. Torger- SGIIS relumed Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Heifner and children entertained the following families ChrUlmai, at their country home north of Woden: Mr. and Mrs. Amos Kromminga and children, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice BiU- borough. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zwiefsl, two tons and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Carlson, and children, Mr and Mrs. Henry Baade and children, and Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson and family of Wesley. Vacation In Hospltat Florence Householder, primary teach* r. Is spending her vacation in the Kossttfh hospital follow'ng an operation a week ago last Saturday and is reported recovering satisfactorily and hopes to be able to take up her school work after the holidays. Walter Klocke spent last week helping bis uncle, Ed Christ at Forest City. Florence Koppen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. U Koppen came from Des Moines Friday, where she is attending business college and wil! spend the holidaya with her family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klester, of Elmore, spent Christinas with their daughter, Mrs. Harry Mussman and husband. Mrs. H. D. Musman, Sr., hai been HI the put two weeks but !• •onowtat Coining to tCiiUtwUburg, Hotel Kniuuur,', Wednesday forenoon, Jan. 12tb; Miuton C'ity, Hotel C'trro (iurdo, Tueaduy, Jan. lltli. Return every 28 days. Dr. J. F. Shallenberger, M. D: The Kcgulit Kfliable Chic Who has since 1907 treated Chronic. Nervous am SPECIAL DISEASES of IKn ami YVuiuuu W' icuuucijlli, uU.<. JJlstaji.3 of tho Kje, Ear, Kudu, Thruat. Luntd. Heart, Jilw<j, gk!n, NervousDtbllHy.HKrvea, l.ivur. Bvuiuocb, Intestine*. Ividueys, &ud IZiaiMer. Coiiiiiimpuon iu an early diagc. Catarrh,. Ringing in Kara an J Deafness. Paralyaia. Neuralgia, Epilepsy, Sick iicaoache, Court', Eczema. Scrofula, • ppendlclUa, Gravel, Rheumatism of Joints and muscles. PILES, FISTULA, FISSURE and other Rectal Diseases Treated Without Knife. , Surgical Cases Given Special Attention. MD. 1444 £. Urd 8L CHICAGO, ILL. Mr. and Mr:. Jerry Heetia.i.i f.nd f >mily .spent Thursday vioiting rel- alives in Algona. Mra. Remko Johnson WCJL of tov.n ii:«> been seriously ill the pabt two Wi-cks but i.s reported improv- ii.K ar present. Harold Gingrich took hi.s Slater to Blue Earth, last week where- >hu .spent a few days with her grandmother, Mrs. Btnoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gtorge Edwards u.ri Mr. and Mrs. Grunt Edwardj :j) nl week visiting their son family ut Woodstock, Minn Kleunor and John Moe and Mrs. J. H. Warburton entertained the lii-iuun Sunday School c-lu-i.* ut the Wurburlon^. Thursday evening. Tiii Rev. and Mra. O. H. Frerking inu-rlaiiifd Wilbur Hassebrock, of M:iuly, laat week Tuesday. Wilbur 1.1 u student at the Dubuque Un- iveruity. The condition of Mrs. Rempt Kn- rieri, who has been critically ill the past two weeks, remains about the sume. Mrs. Euneu who is 82 years old, is very weak at present 1937 Bad Year For Lakota Boy Again Taken III Lakota: Earl (Buddy) Paulson suffered an operation for appendicitis last week Tuesday at .'iis home in Lakota with Dr. Williama in charge. Buddy has had a siege of troubles in 1937. He suffered a very serious accident last summer while working with a well drill nnd was in the hospital several weeks nnd only recently recovered from the ill effects of the injury. EarU in December he contracted scarlet fever and was released from quarantine last week and on Tuesday had the operation. His condition at present H satisfactory. .Scarlet Fever Cases Bobby, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Ogren, is suffering with scarlet fever and the family is under quarantine. Word was received here last week that the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Freeark of Clear Lake, has the scarlet fever. He is a grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Edwards of Lakota. Fog, Ice C'au«e Trouble The Rev. ami Mrs. Harvey Nelson and little son, Byron of LuVerne, were last week Wednesday afternoon visitors at the J. H. Warburt- ons. They started the drive home in the evening but were forced to return on account of fog and ice freezing on the windshield so stayed all night and went home Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. K. R Worley drove out and visited with thtm in the evening. The Nelsors moved to LuVerne from I.akoca the firiit of October and report they like their new home very well. Ferd Koppen who owns ^ml live.* in part of the house occupnsi by the i'-irl Ogrens, has moved to the home cf his so.i. Nick during the scarlet fever quarantine at the Ogrens Mrs. Ida Ukena and her son, the Rev. Gerald Ukena and family of Je.sup, Iowa, were guests at the Walter Hans home Thursday. Mrs Hans is a daughter of Mrs. Ida Ukena The Ukenas left for home Friday. P. L. Koppen and son, Irvin, drove to Forest City Thursday evening, taking Florence to the bus, where she left for Des Moines to ontinue her studies in a bu.Mr.tss ! college. Miss Koppen spent her i . acation visiting relatives here. Services at Ramsey For Accident Victim Lakota.: Funeral services were held at the Ramsey Reform church in Otrman township Monday for Henry Jansstn. who was accidently killed last week. Mrs. Janssen b> a uaughter of Mrs. Marie Strobel of Lakota. Mrs. Slrobel, son Fred and daughter, Lizzie, and Anna Bauman, all of Lakota spent Sunday with Mrs. Janssen and family. Lon* ttotfe: Among Lone Rock people who entertained or were guests in other homes Christmas day were the John Sones family, Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Blanchard, the R; A. Blmnchards, the Chester Atmes, Eugene Biati- chard, Mason City, Gordon Blanchard, Olin at the J. M. Blanchards; the Ralph Rledels, Fenton, the Glenn Houesholders, Mrs. Woodrow Pettlt and the Wes Householders at the C E. Householders; Mrs. Caroline Ackerman, the Earl Ackermans, the Jim Ackermans, the Frank Flaigs and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Heerdt, Algona, at the Robert Ackermans. The Rev. S. M. Gladstones at the A. A. Kruegers; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Poole, Fort Dodge, the Melvin Hnwks family, Oscar Warner, Mrs. Jessie StebriU, Bancroft, at the Mrs. Kate Hawks home; the Mer- wtp Marlows at the Frank Collins, Li verm ore; Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rice with Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Ford, Fort Dodge; the Raymond Blerstedts fit Mrs. Kate Dittmers, Algona, spending Christmas eve at the E. C. Bier- stedts. Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ms cumber, Algona, and • Dorothy Macumber, Fort Dodge, at the Frank Macumbers. The D. T. Hobsons. Burt at tha Harry Hobsons; Calvin Householder, Fort Dodge, with his family here; the Alton Hurlburts, Whittemore, Mrs. Michael Stangle of Carroll. Margaret Nelson of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Kueck at Uic William Nelsons, the Theodore Jacobsens, Humboldt, there Sunday; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rowe it the F. W. Neilsens, Ringsted, spending Sunday at the H. E. Rowes' Estherville; the A. H. Henningseni and Elizabeth Jensen. Graettinger. nt the E. M. Jensens: Mrs. H. M. O?her. who spent a few days there, returned with them. The Delmar Angus family, Al- pona, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Angus, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer, Mr. and Mrs. George Crow, Farber, Mo., and Charles Dittmer at the R. 'i. Angus home: the Harley Shellitos and Mrs. Lissie Shellito. Ames, nt thi N. L. Cottons; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton were breakfast and .supper guests there, and dinner guests of th« H. R Morgans, Algona. Mr. Shellito and his mother returned Sunday to Ames. Mrs. Shell-to and daughter. Norma, remaining for a visit; Mr. and Mrs. George Gross, Ames, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Jasperson, daughter, Dorothy, ot Ogden and Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Gross at the Lloyd Grosses; Mr. and Mrs. George Gross spent a few {•ays last week at the V. J. Grossed. The Andrew Thomsens at the Joe Schaunces. Elmore, Minn.; Lawrence Zwiefel, Fort Dodge, at the Will Christensens; the Eugene Pearsons at the C. W. Pearsons, Algona: Vfrs. John Dempsey at the Chris Crodfredsons, Sr., Algona: Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrougb. Mrs. Arthur Reynolds, Humboldt, Ray Reynolds and Clifford Garrison at the home of Mrs. Sadie Garrison, Elmore, Minn.; the Lawrence Newbroughs. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blanchari, De> MolnM. mt th* Kdw. Blaa- chards, Irvington; the Henry Schroedera at the Roy Chrischilles, Fenton, spending Sunday at the F. F. Schroeders, Fenton; the Joe Culbertsons and the Carl Wieners spending the evening at the Schroed ers; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Vant, Bancroft, at the L. B. Holllsters; the Otis Sanders family spending the week end with relatives at Renwick; the I. W. Nelsons at the Mrs. H. J. Bacons, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howe, Rockwell City, at George Pettits; Earl Earing at the Thos. Guest home, Bancroft. The Asa Warners. Ledyard, the Clarence Ackersons. Bancroft, an'l Evelyn Bierstedt. Burt. at the Geo Longs; the Ralph and Walter Thompson families, the Albert Shns- ers, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Shaser and the R. H. Ortmanns, Burt, wiU Mrs. Lillie Thompson; Emil Rath and sister, Lydla, Buffalo Lak<; Minn., at the Mrs. Martha Ruths the Alex Radigs, the William Fur- stenaus, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cms the Leland Hantelmans. Fenton Clarence Lohse. Swea City, anc Paul Voight, Fenton, with Mrs Dora Laabs; the Rudolph Peters family at the C. W. Peters, Algona Eiva Ewoldt and Jessie Smith, Al gona. at the Karl Ewoldts; the R G. Borchardts, East Chain, at the Emil Krafts; the Krafts spending Sunday afternoon with the Adolph Perils, Whittemore and the evening at the Herman Dreyers, Fenton. The Charles Oaborns at the Mrs. ('. Madisons; the Ornie Behrend 1 * family, the Ralph and Ora Hurlburt families, the Frank Householders at the Everett Richardsons, Algona; the Otto and Roy Jensens at the Hans Jensens; the Lyle Marlows at the Hugh Marlows; Mrs. Russell Thompson and son, Jackie, Burt, the week end at the Fred Wegeners, all being Sunday dinner guests with the E. J. Heidenwiths, Swea City; the M. H. Heiters, Corwith, at the W C. Heiters: Rev. and Mrs. A. Wood at the R. F. Hawcotts; the James Longs at the Bert Olsons, Swea City, they and the Ralph Thompsons being supper guests at the Richard Longs, the James Longs were also Sunday guests at tho Walter Leonards, Cylinder; the M. O. Culbertsons at the August Meyers, Fenfon; the William Jas- l-u'kes, Mason City, the week end at the Walter Faulstlchs, all calling uf. the Martin Gretses, Burt, Sunday evening; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ji»tkulke, Fenton, the Herman Jaa- kulkes, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Laabs, Granada, at the Walter Faulstichs. The M O. Richards family at the William Bilsboroughs, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. John A. Sleper and son, Albert, Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mr*. Raymond Rippentrop and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sleper, Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Tjaden, Wod- In New Home 8w«a-S««te: Th* O. U Thorton famUy moved Into their n«w home Shortly Mart Christinas. **•• Hie hcuse has nine rooms and Is ft t*» story structure. » has a full basement and is completely modern. Under qtttranttne The Harry Undle and Frank to- aaceon homes are under o.uaranttae for scarlet fever. Wallace Lindie and Kenneth Isaacson are the two sick and are having It In a mild form. Xmas Dinner Parties Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Thompson entertained the Forest Bricksoni, Detmer Thompsons, Eric ErlckEon an 1 his daughter, Florence. The guests of the Emll Larsons were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Larson and son, Merlin, Mr. and Mrs. Francl« Torine and Cheryle of Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. John Jongberg nnd son, Ellis. Their son, Arden, was ill at home with mumps. OH Settier Dies Friends here received word of the death of Mrs. Charles Hallberg of Los Angeles, Calif., Dec. 19. Mr. and Mrs. Hallberg are one of Swea .ownshlp's early settlers and mane their home on a farm three miles north of the community hall for many years. After retiring from the farm they moved to St Peter, Minn, and later to Calif. The Tankard Carlson family spent Christmas day at the Henry Dolfs lome south of Armstrong. William Meyers and son, Vernon spent Xmas day at the home of Mrs. Meyers' mother, Mrs. W. Siebo.t near Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Art Larson and small son of Wesley visited last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. lenry Waubin. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mollnder of Lakota and the Earl Preston fam- ly were Xmas dinner guests at the Martin Molinder home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert EHmhn of Milwaukee spent the holidays at Hit home of Mr. Ellman's sister, Mrs. Art E. Anderson. Miss Helen Thorson, R. N., of Des Moines is spending the holidays at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Thorson. Mrs. A. R. Bexell was hostess last week at a holiday party for the Toung Woman's Missionary society of the Immanuel Lutheran church. Mrs. Alma Jacobson and her four children of Wlnnebago, Minn., were Xmas dinner guests at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Virgil Jenson. Anthony Shaw who has been ill the past week was taken to a Fairmont hospital hut week Thursday where he will remain for treatment Herbert Patterson underwent an operation for appendicitis at Es- thcrvllle last week Friday. Last reports were that he is recovering nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Lariton and children. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Bergs- con and their sons, Orvts and Em- of Minneapolis who an homo the holidays spent Christmas S" e Bert Larsons eve at the home of In Swea City. Mrs. Ellen Peterson entertained at Sunday dinner the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson, Roy and Clifford Anderson families, the Oscar Llndie family, Chas. Landine and his daughters, Carol and Margaret of Sherburn, Minn., and Charles of Stevens Point, Wis. "Fw years Comrm**ion*r of Athlttict, jOHtt A. dsr to combtt on .nd poo» flfM^WYtt lUl wonderfullj- wholwom* b«*jWatt edits ' ienrla*. Tere'i no Today many tocer* offer Little Chats About Your HftalOi—No. 1 Announcement There are certain ideals and services in conducting a d*ug pusineas which mean a great deal to patrons, but which are frequently ignored or lost sight of by the druggist. For instance, the highest attainment of the real drug store is the preparation of medicines on prescriptions of physicians. Nothing is more important than that with us. ^ Nor is it within the province of the drug store with ideals to push the sale of proprietary preparations of various kinds •which encourage self diagnosis and self medication on the part of the user. Whenever you are ill enough to need medicine you are ill enough to need the advice of your doctor. In these columns we shall point out from week to week why this is true — and why you should have your prescriptions filled by a drug store such as ours which specializes in this important work. E. W. Lusby - Drugs FOE QUICK RESULTS—USE THE WANT ADS REDUCTION % Hurt on Ic* Mra. Fred Looft was taken to the Koasutb hospital, Algona, last week after receiving a asvere compound fracture nl the arm In a fall downstairs. Mr». A. M McAninch suffered paiof-ul bruises in a fall on tb» let last Thursday. tn, the OrvilSe Buffingtons, Lakota, at the Arend Ntelands. Schools closed Thursday for a ten day vacation. Instructors leaving for their homes were Margavet Schloernan, Kstherville, Leona Schulz, Wcntzville. Mo., Dorothy Walter, Cowrie. Eliza Roanne, Os- bornc, Kansas, and Blanche Hen- iilu>en to New York, wher« she visited friends. Mr. and Mrs. Coin Oappa and Francis Fendrick, Salem, South Dakota, sp«nt Saturday and Sunday ut the A. A. Kru«gers and the Rev. S. M. Gladstones. As my son is figuring on leaving the county and engaging in business elsewhere, 1 will offer at a Reduction Sale the following property at the farm on th« Hanna estate two and one-half miles east of Galbraith, about 5 miles north and one mile west of Lu Verne, on Tuesday, January 11th .Sale to Commence ut 1 O'clock Mharp. 5 HEAD OF HORSES 5 One browa mare 7 yra. old, wt. 1300, one brown mare 9 yrs. old, wt. 1200; one black gelding 2 yrs. old, wt. 1200; one bay mare coming 3 yrs. old, wt. 1200; one sorrel mare coming 2 yrs. old, wt. 1000. The above are all good work horses and in good condition. 37 HEAD OF CATTLE Consisting of five good milch cows, six heavy springers; 14 yearlings, part heifers and part steers, in good condition; red bull 2 yrs. old, wt. about 1500; 11 coining yearlings, good ones; and two veal calves. Delor«» VOM, LuVerne, tpent law day* U>U w««k with her MM. Human Win. Fifty Leghorn hens one year old and they are good ones. One hundred and seventy-five bushels of Hoy Beans, combine good for need. Two different klnd«. Farm Machinery, Etc* One Rock Island 2-row cultivator, one Oliver 2-row cultivator, 1 P. & O. gang plow. TERMS—Cash, or make arrangements with your banker, moved until settled for. No property re- Charles Darby & Son, Prop (XILWKLL B&Og., Aaeto. IOWA STATE BANK, Alfoift, Clerk

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