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The Algona Upper Des Koines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 4,1938 3ATSEXTON A YEAR OLDER Have Birthdays Same day, 16 Celebrate at W. C. Taylor Home Sexton: Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor entertained 10 guests at 7 o'clock dinner Tuesday evening in honor of their son, Mitchell, James Brophy and HMlth Greenfield, who were celebrating their birthdays. Guests were Mitchell, Rex, and Dean Taylor, Arthur Stueber, Mr. and Mrs. James Brophy, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and daughter, Edith, and Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham and children of Irvington.. Farmer Burned In Explosion Ha* Face Infections Lone Rock: George Long is suf- 'ering from an infection of a burn on his face. He recently received burns when attempting to thaw out a barrel of distillate and the barrel ixploded. The accident happend on his farm north of town. Auxiliary Meeting The American Legion Auxiliary net with Mrs. Otis Sanders last Phursday afternoon. A report was given of the Christmas boxes: Christmas gifts and clothing to the unit's adopted boy. The next meet- ng will be with Mrs. E. M. Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor and trans, Mitch and Dean, spent Wednesday at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and children left Thursday morning for their home near Ma pie ton, Minn., after spending a week with relatives here and at Winterset Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and Mr. ana Mrs. Lloyd Steven, Mapleton, Minn.; spent Tuesday and Wednesday at Winterset with Mrs. H. Stevens' sisters, Mrs. Will Comp and family. Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hodgln returned to Webb, Friday after spending the Christmas holidays with Mrs. Hodgin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and with Mr. Hodgin's mother at Rudd. Activities Mark Arrival of 1938 Around West Bend West Bend: The Christian Endeavor society enjoyed a party at the home of Miss Gezlna and John Schutter, Thursday evening. Lyman Rlley • trucked u load of stock to Sioux City, Wednesday, for J. B. Mertz. Mrs. Vohs Hostess Mrs. Carl Vohs entertained her Sunday School class at a 7 o'clock dinner at her home Friday evening Points were given In the games and Mae Sloan won high prize. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Olson had as their New Year's eve guests Mr. and Mrs. Summerville of Fort Dodge and Mr and Mrs. Jas. Greenfield of this place. M. T. Munson and daughter Charlene and E. L. Blair drove to Pocahontas, Wednesday on a bus Iness trip. They remained untl Thursday because of the Icy roads Mrs. George Montatt and daugh ter, Enid and son, Billy, left Mon day evening for Kansas City where they will spend the week with Mrs. Montag's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Tucker. Mrs, Wash Harris accompanied her daughter, KM. Guy Kuyper and family to Rockwell City Thursday, MANY UYERMORE GUESTS HONORED Llvermore: Miss Edith Nelson of Denver was a guest during the past week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Clark here. During her stay, Mrs. Clark entertained at two tables of bridge. Guests were the Misses Margaret, Edna, and Clara Malin; Mrs. Earl Trauge;, Mrs. Harold Dolder, Mrs. Jeanette Ristau. the guest of honor. Miss MargareT Malin and Mrs. Ristau received the prizes. • 1 lib. Boy Arrive* Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eirter- son, Armstrong, are the parents of a 7 pound boy born Dec. 31 at an Estherville hospital. Mrs. Enderson was formerly Dorothy Burt and formerly lived here. The Emil Krafts were last Tuesday supper guests at the Herman Reisners, Letts Creek. The Mother's club will meet this week Wednesday with Mrs. V. V Frye, with Mrs. Merwln Marlow assisting. Mrs. Harlan Blanchard and her daughter, Patricia Lee, spent last Thursday at the Ralph Rledels, in Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Vaux and two children, Stlllman Valley, HI., were last Thursday guests of the Eugene Pearsons. Mrs. Emil Kraft and daughter, Ruth, attended a quilting party at the George Bolten, Fenton, lafct Thursday. Mrs. Enos Worthlngton and her children, Curlew, spent a few days last week at the home of Mrs. Lillian Worthlngton. Harold and Elma Krueger attended a bridge party given by John Madsen at his home at Rlngsted last Tuesday night Mrs. Carl Wiebusch and Mrs. Evelyn Earing visited the Hildreth Pettits, Fenton, last Thursday. Mrs. Cecil Seegebarth, who has been employed there, returned here to her home. Kermit Cram, Bode, spent a week ago Sunday and Monday at the J. M. Blanchards. Mrs. Lester Johnson and children) Bancroft, spent last Tuesday afternoon at the Blanchards. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Poole left last Tuesday for their home at Fort Dodge after spending the holidays at the home of Mrs. Kate Hawks. Mrs. Poole's sister, Kathryn Steb- rltz, accompanied them home for a visit. June and Viola Blerle entertained day evening. Attending were: Verday evening. Atending were: Verona Radig. Marjorle Pettit, Grace Newbrough, Lola Marlow, William Marlow, Robert Schmidt, Ralph Bierstedt, Eugene Blanchard and Leon Larson. Verona Radig and William Radig received low prizes and Leon Larson and Lola Marlow West Bend Girl, Husband, Planning Trip Thru East West Bend: Mrs. Robert Lee. CHtne Friday evening from Green- I field, for a Christmas visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman A*n- dereggr. Mr. Lee spent Christmas at the home of his parents at Calls- burg. Mr. Lee is employed by the government in CCC work. Weaver of Linn Grove. He Is th> graudaon of Mr*. Harris. Herbert Tetrow returned to his home at Belmond, Tuesday evening after a holiday visit at the Rev. H. J. Noedlng home, a guest of Miss Ruth Needing, who accompanied him to his home in Belmond. Both are students at Dubuque University. Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Thatcher and Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. George Thatcher and Mr. and Mr». Clyde Thatcher and son of near Ottosen were New Years eve dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walton Fnlb. Sirs. Olson Ho*te«« Mrs. Oscar Olson entertained at parties Thursday and Friday evenings. Those who enjoyed the first evening were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Trauger, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Opheim, Mr. and Mrs. Gall Berryhtll, Mr. and Mrs. George Lenertz and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Underberg, and the host and hostess. The second evening was given over to 500. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tlll- son, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boyd, Mrs. Q. Hodges, Cyrus Floyd and Florand William Sweeney. Hancta Are Hosts Mr. and Mrs. John Hauck entertained Friday evening at their home outh ot town, when they Invited rlends for three table of bridge. Tiose present were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Logue, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer chultz, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pooch, Hr. and Mrs. Art Jensen. High onors were given to Mrs. Logue nd Mr. Pooch, while Mrs Jensen nd Mr. Logue wfmt away with the onsolatlon. ,. Mr. and Mrs. Ollle Smith enter- alned Friday evening nt their home ompllmentary to Mr. and Mrs. Ear'i Trauger, who have been gueits in heir home here. Two table of ridge was enjoyed. A jolly party was held at the tome of Mr. and Mrs. Fdward Op_elm Wednesday evening when heir young daughter, Mary, entertained a company of her friends. A movie was presented at the home by Kenneth Crist, who is here from Chicago with his machine. Mary's quests included the Misses Joy jieron, Louis Logue, Batty Coney, Irene Elder, Delorls McKenna, Doris King, Virginia Miles and Messrs Jack Oilman. Donald Ber- yhlll, Earl Tillson, Gordon Jensei, Ole Fox, Dennis Zigrang. Earl Opheim and Robert Opheim. Lone Rock Alumni Rallied Last Week At Annual Banquet Lone Rock: The alumni of the Jo<:al high school held their second Banquet of the organization last Wednesday evening at the local school building. The following program was given with Philip Relley, chairman; Gordon Blanchard, toastmaster and business DEATH TO HAWKS—Stone Church, Illinois: The Wolf Brothers of this place are "death to hawks" as the above photo shows. Each year the two brothers bedeck their yard fence, alongside highway 153 near here, with spoils of their hunt. The exhibit attracts scores of motorists, and Is an example of what two men can do toward exterminating birds of prey. Do you believe in New Year's resolutions? Whether you do or not you love life, and because of that you should resolve not only to keep that life but also to protect the lives of others. Therefore why not make a good Lotto Creek News Mrs. Falb Thatcher. was formerly Mea Here from Canada E. L. Gutknecht of LaPorte, Saskatchewan, Canada, came last week and Is visiting at the home of his brother, Charles at Lakota, and with other relatives and friends in Kossuth county. He plans to be here until about the first of March. Mr. Gutknecht farmed two lection* of land last year, but was in the drought area and had the poorest crop In years. He seeded twice, but the crop was so light he did not get the seed back. He owns three quarter sectons near LaPorte. Read The Want Ads—It Pays. Mr. and Mn». Otto Wlchtendah were Tuesday evening visitors a the Hugo Faulstlch home. Hertha Ruhnke and Alma Krueg er of Fenton were Sunday dinne guests at the Otto Ruhnke ohme. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstlch and family were Christmas dlnnc guests at the Art Jackman home Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bolltnge of Fenton visited at the Wilma Wichtendahl home Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. George Wlchten dahl and family were Sunday eve ning visitors at the Otto Wlchten dahl home. Viola Bell, who Is employed at tli Lotts Creek store, spent the Christ mas holidays with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Win. Bell of West Bend Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstlch an family were Wednesday evenin visitors at the Herman Gade horn In Fenton. Other visitors were Mr and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt and thel daughters, Mary and Carol Jane o Fenton. After January 1st,, they are tnk- New year's resolution for 1938 nnd ing a trip to Niagara Falls, New ^ to , t? Here are j, lst n f cw >ork City and down to Baltimore, where he will attend a convention, i From there they go to Washington. I I>. C., and follow the const line ».o I New Orleans on Into Texas. They plan to be gone two months 01 more. Mr. Anderegg met hi* daughter at St. Joe, where she cnme ty bus. SOMETHING NEW IN "DE-ICERS"—When Southern California bathing beauties wanted something new in the way of reviewing pedestals from which to display advance suit styles for 1938, they picked the sturdy wing of a Skysleeper. Scarcely vital statistics, but interesting, Is the fact that 3,800 pounds of golden state pulchritude are shown posed in the accompanying photograph. About Town Say* Name deleted out of courtesy to eller) drove a distance of one hun- rr.d miles and put In twenty-four uarts of oil In order to keep It unning. How to start a conversation. Postmaster Sullivan sighted John Wheelock, and approaching him asked, "Well, are you back from Cnrroll T "Yes, I'm here." Sure enough John was back for he stood In front of Wade and related the dangers of the ice-covered roads. • • * Dan Oles advertised his very expensive short wave broadcasting and receiving set for sale through a Kansas City broadcasting station. His first inquiry and a likely to sell kind, came from Swea City. Lochl newspapers cover the territory an<! could give much more cheaper rates. It just goes to show. Neighbors caw smoke curling skyward from under the hood t>: Moe Yoeman's car. They ran t< the door to Inform him of the fire. Read The Want Ada—It Pays XCOJKK Soren$en*s Grocery Lingon Berries 2 Ibs. 25c PineApple, sliced 2% sue 2 for 39c Light House Cleanser 3 for 13c Crackers 2 pounds for 23c Corn, No. 2 size can 3 for 23c Macaroni or Spaghetti 2 Ibs. 19c Side Pork, home butchered lb. 18c Pork Boast, home butchered lb. 18c Mock Chicken Legs 7 lor 25c Fancy Steak, any cut lb. 25c Home Made Pure Pork Link Sausage _Jb. 25c Boiling Beef, "young" lb. lie Beef Liver, young beef 2 Ibs. 273 Sorensen Grocery Co. We Deliver Phones 138-139 sjaceaajsaaaw^^ Howard Blanchard; songs, alumni chorus and song by all. An old fashioned Christmas party was held In the gymnasium. The executive board for the next meeting will be: Harlan Blanchard, Raymond Nelson, Gerald Angus, Elv:i Ewoldt, Mrs. Clarence Macumber nnd Florence Householder. Out of town members attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Blnn- chard, Irvington: Mr. and Mrs. William O'Donnell and Evelyn Bierstedt, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Macumber, Elva Ewoldt, Helen Lewis, Algona; Mary Gisch, Pioneer; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blanchard, Des Molnes; Russell Dacken, Chicago; Marvin Ackerson, Bancroft; Gordon Blanchard, Ol- In, Eugnne Blanchard, Mason City; Margaret Gladstone. Iowa City; Robert Gladstone, Dubuque, and Beulah Gladstone, Swea City. Livermore Masons, O. E. S. in Election Llvermore: Election of officers In the Masonic and Eastern Star orders took place here Monday and Tuesday evenings, with the following elected to office for the coming year. For the Masons: Ole Nelson, worshipful master; Dr. R. W. Beardsley, senior warden; Charles Brown, junior warden; Guy Raney, secretary, and W. F. Johnson, treasurer. Eastern Star: Martha King, worthy matron; William King, worthy patron; Margaret Howard, associate matron; Ulus Wilson, associate patron; Mae Burns, secretary; Marcia Berryhill. treasurer; Gnu e Mackintoch, conductress; Gertrude Hanson, associate conductress. Lantrys Subscribers For 65 Years Spokane, Wash., Dec. 23, 1937, Algona Upper Des Moines, Dear Will: Enclosed find check for renewal of my subscription. I have the impression that this is amrng the oldest continuous subscriptions on your books. Thd initials of the name have changed a few times with the years but there has been no actual break in the continuity. For the past more than thirty years, it has also been a long dix tance proposition; more than halfway across the continent. I am taking the liberty of having mailed to you the annual progress edition of our Spokane morning paper. If you have time to peruse it you will see that this is a particularly favored section of the country. It has been very good to me and to many other former Ai- gonians, notably the Comstock, Sbadle and Panic families. In talking with you this summer I found that you share the common midwestern Impression that you have been seeing the west when you travel out to the Rockies or the Black Hills. Those are merely the barriers, which were set up to preserve the truly fine west aa long as possible. Next time you crank up the old gasoline horse, give it a real feed and come on out over either one of the entirely duatleas highways; the one through Minneapolis or the one through Omaha. If you do you will understand why I; in necessary to sec up the Rocky mountain* in order to keep the whole countty from abandoning the rent of it and moving out here. Sea- _ -Jfiiaa*? he neighbors put'out tnenrTwmT Moe consumed his dinner. Bill Vlgan, "Culberteon" Bill, a he Is known to his bridge playln friends, started playing at th fourth and lowest table at a brldg party. Before play started BK went to the third table and polnte his finger at o lady and Informe her she would be his next partner Likewise the second table. Bu poor Bill had n bad night, and re mained in his starting chair unt play ceased. Shower for Alvina Kramer on Sunday At St. Joseph Hall St. Joe: Miss Alvina Kramer was the recipient of ninny usatul and pretty gifts at n shower Sun- lay afternoon in St. Joseph's ha'l. Afternoon was spent at cards and ocially. Bridge was played at Blx tables with Olga Gales winning he high prize. Five hundred was played at 21 tables with Rosettn Barker winning ilgh prize. Mrs. Ornle Behrends received the door prize. A dlelclous unch was served to 225 guests. Miss Kramer will be married Jan. llth in St. Joseph's Catholic church to Alphonse Thilges. Card Forty Oth On Sunday evening, Jan. 9th, a card party will be held In St. Joseph's ball with Mrs, John Thul and Remember first stone? about throwing tli Mae West skctclie Wesley Students, Workers Depart After Holidays Wesley: Among students and teachers and young people employed out of town who spent their Christmas vacations with friends and relatives in and about Wesley end who have returned to their various duties are: Miss Mary Ellen Bottom, Bernard Erdmann, Clare McCall of the Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls; Edward and Mildred Funnemark and Leonard Alne of St. Olaf College at Northfield, Minn.; Linus Elsenbacher of the Theological college at St. Louis Julius Kunz of Iowa State University at Iowa City; Dorothy Kraus and John Froehllch of Iowa Slate College at Ames; Luella Waid sohmldt, June Haverly and Dorothy Ward of the Junior College at Brltt Fidelia Skew of Waldorf Colleg. at Forest City; Fred A. Diekmann and Alf Hlldman of the A. I. B. In Des Molnes; Mildred Fox and Nina Mae Wagner of the Hamilton Un Iverslty at Mason City; Miss Irm Ward of Rudd; Miss Anna Johnson of Boone: Miss Margaret Flom o Exira; Miss Alene Martlnek of Wat crloo. Miss Ida Young of Mason City Miss Rosina Eisenbacher of For Atkinson; Miss Mary Sherman o Dea Moines; Miss Leila Wester of Ames: Miss Maxlne Wolfe of Carroll; Lawrence Goetz of Chicago; Clarence T. Haverly of St. Charles, III.; Rita Wlngert of Mankato; Mnrle and Urban Rlchter of Mason City; Martha, Irene and Arlene Hayncs of Algona; Delia and Edith Welter of Algona; Gordon and Edmond Loebig of Algona. will be a safe pedestrian. 2. I will be a safe driver by exercising care nnd by protecting the rights of others. 3. I will not tnke foolish chnnces. 4. 1 will help others to drive nnd r nlk safely. While there could be many more esolutlons added to these, they will e enough if they are faithfully nrried out Make your New Year's resolu- ions now to see 1938 through safe- y. Albert Flygare, Swea City, Passes Swen City: Friends of Albert Fly. .re were saddened to hear that he -.ml passed away here Thursday morning, Dec. 23. at the home of his sister. Mrs. C. A. Appelquist, death being caused from cancer. He was fit years of age, and passed the last iu'ee months of his life here, hav- r.g spent most of his active years n farming nenr Dunnell, Minn. He Is survived by three brothers, .•Jus of O'Connell. Washington; Emtl of Winthrop. Minn., and Ed, county court clerk at Fairmont: pnn two sisters, Mrs. Henry Schur- irlit of Boxholm and Mrs. C. A. Appelquist. Swea City. Funeral services were held at the Lutheran church In Dunnell on Sunday and burinl was at Dunnell. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No. 4331 In District Court, JaflU' nry Term, 1938. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an nstrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Cornelius Martin Thompson, Deceased, dated March 7, 1938, having been this day filed, opened and rend, Monday, the 31st day of January, 1938, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Algon-i, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notlflec and required to appear, and show cause If any they have, why salt Instrument should not be probatec and allowed as and for the lasf Will and Testament of said deceas ed. Dated at Algona, Iowa, December 14, 1937. KATHARINE Me EVOY, Clerk of District Court ALMA PEARSON, Deputy Quarton & Miller, attys. 13 Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No. 4338 in District Court, January Term, 1938. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified. That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of August Schmidt, Deoe-iie-1, dated July 21, 1937, having Ven this day filrJ, opened and rend, Wednesday, he 2nd day of February, 1938, '«• >.ed for hearing proof of same at if. Court House In Algona Iowa efore the District Cnurt of said 'ounty, or the Clerk of said Court; ind at ten o'clock a. m., of the day :bove mentioned all persons iviter- isted nre notified and required to ippear and show cnuse if any they mve, why said Instrument should not be probated and allowed aa and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, January 3, 1938. KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. Maurice C. McMahon, atty. 1-3 Armstrong Mayor Is Seriously 111 Armstrong: Mayor John Law is suffering from a severe case of erysipelas. Mrs. Ernest Smith of Estherville, his daughter, has been visiting him for the past few days Donna Miller has been visiting several days with Marie. Irmlter. Orvllle Johnson of 0es Molnes . the parental and even the mention of her nani are banned from the NBC system because of numerous protests of on of her recent programs. Algon tans come In for their criticism an some of them had better shake thei own skirts clean. Miss West is re puted to be the cleanest woman i Hollywood as to morals and living She writes her own plays, her ow scenarios and acts them out. She I one of the highest paid women I the U. S. A., and all because hr critics stampede to the box offic window with cash in their hands At home one can always turn th dial of the radio. • i Years back before tile brunrhe all over the land one could see hun dreds of muskrat houses by sirnpl driving along the road. Now muskrat house is a rare thing Those, and there are hundreds o them, who have not seen n house can examine one at the slough across the road from the soft water pond. There are eight just a half mile from town. Don't forget, destroying or mutilating them is unlawful. • • • Mrs. Jeiry Stlllman owns a eat. This cat is different from other cats in that it is a sort of a watch cat. Any late intruder is bourn 1 to be found out immediately. The cat has a novel way of informing its mistress. The face of the clock hanging from the Iowa State Bank has been covered up after weeks of dealing out the wrong time. A hint. In England all public clock owners are jailed If their timepiece ticks the incorrect seconds. • • « Supervisor McDonald wanted nome WPA workers for construction work. His requ" ,t;i were fill- Agnes Zeimet, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zeimet, Sr., left for her home nt Milestone, Montana, last week. Her mother, Mrs. Nick Zeimet, was to under go an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpelding, Mr. and Mrs. Pnul Ernst, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bonstctter, Henry Wolfe and family, Mr. nnd Mrs. Pnul Ludwlg and Laurn Friders were New Years guests at the John Erpclding home. Many Former Swea Cityans Back For Visits in Holidays Swea City: Among the numerous former Swea Cityans who spent the holidays with home folks and friends here were the following: Mr. and Mrs. Howard'Cassem and children of New Rlchland, Minn.; Windell Eckholm, teacher at West Burlington; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hoeck, who operate a hotel, at Le- Mars; Paul McAdams and family of Grand Rapids, Minn., where Paul it a telephone repair man; Mr. and Mrs. John Stylar, who own a prescription pharmacy in Chicago; Orvis and Emory Bergeson, who work in u Minneapolis ski factory: and Ralph Stockman, employed by Kanine Katerers, St. Paul. Bernice Pearson, employed by the RFC at Sioux City, spent Christmas with her parents, the Ol'if Pearsons; Elvira Dietl and son, Dicky, of Buffalo Center, with her parents, the C. J. Appelquists; Mrs. Jessie Edwards, now of Wesley, with her daughter, Mrs. Gordon Westcott; the Clifford Andersons of Thompson at the parental Norman Andersons; Mr. and Mrs. Melford Anderson of Des Moines witli her parents, the S. P. Eckholms Grace Berg of Algona, with the A G. Bergs; Harold Schuler, freshman at Western Union College, Le- Mars, with his parents, the Wm Schulers; the Ted Vauxes of Stillman Valley, 111., with the J. L Vauxes; and Mae Peterson, stud tnt nurse of Des Moines Lutheran hospital, with her father, Walter Peterson. Miss TheFma Hansen of Ceda Falls is spending the Christmas va cation at the parental A. N. Hanse home. Margaret Vandenburg, a teache at Paulllna, spent the Xmas vaca tlon at the parental George Vnnden burg home. Miss Lola Calahan of Californ in arrived here the first of the wen" for n visit with her sister, Mrs. Te< Opsal. Miss Ardella Hnlverson of Fair mont, returned to her work thcr Wednesday afternoon after a week' visit at the parentnl Cnrl Halverson home. Mrs. Earl Mixell nnd daughters, Lavon, Sarah Jane, and Marjorie, were accompanied to their home here Wednesday by Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Howdeshell of Sioux City, parents of Mrs. Mixell. Mrs. Mixell and daughters visited a week with her parents in Sioux City over the holidays. fOOOOOC Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Bailey have both been 111 the past week. Mrs. Ernest Votteler, Mrs. Kd Priebe and daughter, LaVoune and Sally Beukema spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. E. K. Johnson. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. H. Bohn spent New Years eve tU a party at the Cecil Huff home at LuVernc. They returned home Saturday afternoon. Wurren, son of Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder of Alta, who submitted to an appendicitis operation here at the Dr. Mueller hospital, is recovering nicely. Mrs. Dorothea Gerharcls and Mrs. W. V. Yager went to Des TMoines Friday for a visit until Saturday with the former's brother, Wilfred Reimers and family. Mrs. Henry Keimers who spent since Christmas at the home of her son, Wilfred, returned home with them. sons greetings to all, Cleve Lantry., this type of car on the market. West Bend Folks Are Co. Guests West Bend: The Hakes Company . •-. , ,- i,,,, i „ employees and guests drove to Fort e<l by promises only. liill made a Dodg / Friday evening, where they jerfor.Hl call upon the governor f,-:d " uu * v p ""»> c » e »;. ' get what he went afte. without .le- lay. « • * A suggestion. Our schools need a new curriculum. A course and study on the art of playing cards. Anyone who does not p'ay cards is literally a social outcast. Bridge, whist, poker and other card games along with the shooting of dice have invaded the clubs and homes to such an extent that every morning, afternoon and night finds games in progress. Why not U-ucli the growing child how to sit in, converse, control the temper and entertain? thing one years. • * • A picture of melancholy. 3o? Bloom sitting and pining the wee hours away. Some one had taken bis overcoat by mistake. Joe could aot go home. The house keys were In the overcoat * * * An oil comoany moat have placed Certainly U is some- needs in after school were entertained by officials ot the company of Laurens. Some of the people going were Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos, Mr. and Mrs. Jo> Graham, Yvonne Johnston, Iv.-nneth Miller, Mrs. Kathryn Grippen, Hubbard Nellis. Mr. and Mrs. C'larencu Munson, Robert Munson. Anna Benninger. Otto Nooding, fclslfcer Noediny. M'r. and Mrs. Robeit Kin- hudt. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sweeney. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Slu-Umy- er, Jay Dunn, Jim Walker. and Mrs. Ross Vaux. nid Mr. Vincent Cullen Gets Promotion Swea City: Friends of Mrs. Vincent Cullen, nee Nina Fritts, former teacher here, will be interested to learn of her husband's promotion to a large bank in Burlington, where the family recently moved. Mr. Cullen is a former Whlttemore boy, who bos been stationed at various points in Iowa handling the receivership of closed banks. Read The Want Ads—It Pays Dr. S. W. Meyer, D. 0. Specialist in Diseases of Rectum Varicose Vein* Kupture Office 3 blocks south of For'l Garage in the General Hospital Bldg. ALUONA, IOWA BANKERS LIFE FARM LOANS Low rate, long term funds from an Iowa Company. See me for prompt closing, no Commission. EDWARD CAPESIUS ifeitt; mag. Algous, Iowa 1-U Save 1-3 Fuel Keep Out Cold, VISIT OUR FOOT RELIEF SECTION —and learn he .v thousand* of people lu fieri .ig with tired, p*it- ful feet, weak ankles, broke.* down atchet. crooked tor*-,' corns, callouses, bunions and simitar foct troubles have been benifiu-i through the use of Dr. Scholl's Foot Comfort Appliances. Our Foot Comfort Section is in charge f a man who knows feet at well as shoe* nd will gladly answer any questions, you may care to ask him concerning, hoes and shoe fitting. Come in for a p ree Demonstration. Brownell's ment J. have ever made that has given me the returns In money saving and in comfort that Nu- metal has done." You, too, need Numetal Weather Strips on windows and doors of your home every day in the- year. Cost estimates gladly furnished. EASY TO INSTALL Yournrlf or carpenter can install Numetal without removing windows or doors. No HIUHS, no inconvenience. See our demonstration model. Botsford Lumber Co. I'hone 256 Jim Pool What Price Health and Happiness? Twenty- seven thousand four hundred p«opl* at home today will enter a hospital tomorrow. Many hundreds more should have hospital care. If you are weak, nervous, tire easily, by all mrans try CORVAN Tablets, the new Blood and Body Builder. It in based on what we deem the most important discovery regarding (he blood made in the last decade. Don't go along being just half well. Get a bottle of Corvaa Tablets containing tonics, iron in a form easily assimilated and Vitamin B, the body building vitamin. Act today, enjoy good health and its pleasure.*. E. W. Lusby And Now We Face A New Year The record—good or bad or just ordinary —for \\K\1 has hccn made. One thing we do know and that is, our oil friends proved true and we are glad to report many new friends gained during 1937. For both old friends and the new we are very grateful because in the end, good frienXs are what count most. And as we face the New Year with whatever it may bring, we face it with confidence and courage because of l lie friendships we have made. And so we wish you, and will do our best to help you have a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR F. S. Norton & SOD Phom- L'29 Algona, la.

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