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was spent at pinochle and 600. A lunch was served after the meeting. A surprise birthday party was held at the Noble Mitchell home last Thursday evening In honor of the 15th birthday of Wlllard and Willis. Twelve young folks were present and ice cream and cake were served. MY. and Mrs. John McNeil, Mr. MRS.EHRHARDT NEW PRESIDENT 4 CORNER CLUB Miss Robinson Named As V P • Miflfl .Tonaati oa Qulnten Bjustrom and Mr. and Mrs. ». r-., miSS Jensen aS Robert walker attended their 800 flptvn. Traao clllb meeting at the Lewis Broesder oecy-ireas. | home Iast Frldfty nlght Mrs. J. P. Nlckerson arrived home . Monday after being called to Culcorner: The Four Corners lorn. 111., last week Tuesday by the Mothers and Daughters club met accidental death of her brother, Ed D S L «V, a y at the home of Mr3 - Twiehaus, who was instantly kill- Ruby Walker with 26 present. The ed when he fell from a windmill. He P™f r ?J n ,, Conslsted of °P cnin e song, leaves a daughter six years old and The Algona Upper Pea MoinM. Algona. tow^ Pdb . Jennie Vanderllnden during her Illness. In Omaha. . !""» Grelner returned Wednes- nesday until Saturday. Roland roll call, a "Old Folks at Home Valentine How by Bernice Jensen; poem by Mildred tlon of officers was held, the results oeing as follows: president, Mrs. Mable Ehrhardt; vice president n • i Ori « , valentlne his wife. A week 4.., * i £' L be there unt " Wednesday. Mr. T~, o. . „ r,—• "™ dent »* the Godden has gone there on a bus- lowa State College at Ames, was a fness trip, and they will visit at the XVOAI, on* „...» _, u- parents Mr home of Mrs Go^en-g sister, Mrs I and Mrs. Alfred Larson. J. T. Major. Iast Mr. and Mrs. George Lee and Mr and Mrs. John Rich took Ice cream and cake ? Ifrl *° tne P a «ntal Harve Johnson home in Algona to help celebrate the Johnsons' 55th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Lyle Johnson and fnm- were also present. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Oberg of Des Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloom and son Momes will move to Algona the first Dickie, left Sunday for Mlnneapoli ' of March Mr. Oberg will be in the where Mr. Bloom will attend employ of G. F. Towne. Coast to Coast store convention I Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Vera and They wi " visit relatives of Mrs family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bloom . nnd expect to be gone for Frank Hagen at Titonka, Sunday several days. The Hagens are Mrs. Vera's par- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schanke Pnts - moved to Mason City, Saturday. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cook were! Scnan ke who is employed by the in Britt last week Sunday and Mon- International Harvester Company day with the latter's father, Ras has been transferred there by that Sorensen, who was threatened with) com pany, after being In this ter- pneumonia. Itory for about a year. Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. Craw- Mrs - H - ** OHmore took her I ford nnd family drove to Spencer ««usnter, Mary Louise, and her - „.„„., uumc[ commuted Sunday to spend the day visiting « uest b&< * to Ames, Saturday aft- Mrs. Pearl Potter and MM Sii«i« Lone Rock: The local b °y s> bas- I th ? sister of Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. " nom - Jhe girls, students at Iowa Wltham; news reoorter Mr* r ,, ketba " team defeated the Ringsted Leland Johnson. State College, had been guests here _>ti_ H, . Kv* 1 -*-*' " Ll ^- uu-| f -snwv , hftff. „*. »u~ i— i a i i. >»- • m* _ _ _ I sinpp ™rmnv Mrs \V K Ferffn ed them to Ames and afternoon visiting h Slgsbee, high for ladles to Mrs Tom Trenarjr, low to Mrs. Agnes Stewart The Brlstows also entertained at a birthday party for Thelma. Thirty women attended the Portland Progress club Thursday, held I at the home of Mrs. Martin Becker. Roll call was answered with valentine verse*. A paper on the Origin of Valentine's Day was read I by Mrs. Tony Jandl. Life of Abraham Lincoln was read by Mrs. Ray [ McWhorter and part of the lunch was Washington pie, thus three Im- portant February dates were re> membered. Card of Thanks We wish to express our sincere thanks to our many friends and neighbors for their kindness during our recent bereavement We also thank them for the lovely flowers and offerings, "~ and family. -Mrs. Wm. Metsen 8» Read The Want Ad*—tr. Pirn BOARD PROCEEDINGS w •*• sen; assistant secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Edna Mitchell; calendar committee, Mrs. Irene Bjustrom, Mrs. Irene Hbldren and Mrs. Cath- w r» i t*r« L-OHC KOCK WlI18 n. From A ^?*P, IAN KJLLED IN HIGH SCHOOL BLAZE—Chicago: ™™.,^\±V£ ™',- 11 fire , at Tul « r hl * h scho °> ° f Chicago that resulted in a J150.000 loss and the death of one fireman. TVenty- five class rooms were totally destroyed. Fire Marshal Michael J. corrigan and flre authorities have launched into an extensive Investigation in the belief disgruntled students started the blaze. M £. ...,. y * * r il k wi " d '. the flre spread rapidly throughout the old building of the school and flames shot fifty feet Into the air Patients In a nearby hospital were In a panic when explosions rocked the neighborhood. Fireman Thomas Vaid. company No 7, was crushed by tons of falling bricks when an explosion toppled a wall. Audltor'a Office, February 8, 1S38. 9:00 o'clock ft. m. 'Board of Supervisors met to call of Auditor with nil members present. Motion by Frnsei" nnd- seconded by Morris that the cash allowance ofj Mary Alma O'Brien be raised J10.00 per month. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Atirtiinr"".* Fraser that the application for i ATii.Hll".i ;« School Fund Ijoan of Tlllle WaRner for $1200.00 be approved. Ayes: Motion by Morris and seco Cosgrove that the Renewal of Pentia 1936 an 1937 on the following: described property be cancelled: Claim No. 44. W. B. Murray, NB« NT5U Section 3 Township 97. Rantfe 30, and claim Bert Patterson, on NEu Nipt S, Township 99, Range 21 sums reporer M « . cille Rich. New officers will ' take" M eam here on the Iocal floor last ' Mr ' and Mr »- •*• ^ Haverly of . ae - • off.ce next June : Lunch was serv I u ? sday e ™'"*: ^ ."••"ore of Wesley spent Thursday visitin at ed by the hostess following the meeting. Edith Sabin spent from Thursday morning until Friday night with the John Getmans, Mason City. The Lewis Lowmans were Sunday dinner guests of the Carl Seips, at Irvlngton, and the Arthur Alexanders were at the Edward Rich home. The Union No. 7 P. T. A. met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward ^-. . "" -••». unu *T»I o. i^vi» ai u Rich with 24 present. The evening 29 to 22. The second team lost 21 to 12. The high school defeated the alunml team 34 to 30. The Lone Rock boys meet LuVerne at the boys' sectional tournament at 8:30 at Livermore this week Thursday evening. w " T *= »*t«*t in*r j»r-iic*»«i vi r CM i IK* ~ nent School Fund I>oans of A. A. Ka- ! dins and Clara Wessel toe approved. ! A Motlon A 'hy CosBrove and seconded ! by Fraser that the following 1937 re- ' portg be approved: John P. Uhlen- ! hake .Justice of Peace, and J. H. Ayes: All. ^Motion by Fraser and seconded by that B. 8. Klnsey, County i county, Towa, bo collection of all vanced by Kosguth county, for a . , , f-r-~~ - — ..li KGf 1 ^) Ifl State honpltal. Said claim nsnlnst the Dan r>ong Sr. eV- M- All ;;"'"" n"v.incea ny Kosguth cour .nd'e.1 bv I 0 *'*- ln " ehalf of rairabeth Lon* !"pSm« > .!5,t r '«5^ n ''"^ f '"PWrt and keeV t Aye* ° t< " AU ftnd Quite a few from here attended the miscellaneous shower at the Charles Geilenfeldts in honor of Leona Dreyer, who will become the bride of Alfred Meyer of Whittemore in the near future. nd the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. *?'" Tj>m , . T u Becker. Mrs. Haverly and Mrs ° ns> Lewis and John ' Becker are sisters. •«'• and Mrs. H. C. Hargreav Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynk, Mrs O w d Ml X. and , Mrs " R. Cook. Mrs. Hugh Post and Mrs.'l ? faS , On .f rity i ast week Tu? Sday to a Oil hietetin e Hotel Han ford. Two hundred and fifty Stan dard Oil men and their wives wer present. An all day meeting wa followed by a banquet and danc in the evening. Mr. Hargreave To Give Vou That SUIT-ABLE LOOK For Spring PURE SILK HOSE Hugh Post and Mrs.. tenrt Oscar Anderson drove to Hamnton I ui u •. .. Friday evening, to attend th™ high !" hl . cn «' as held at the Hotel Han school basketball game. Bill Barry and a friend, Joe V>t- ter of Anita, Iowa, were week end guests at the home of Bill's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry. The Dessert Bridge Club- , odist Sunday School at her home Mrs. Burdette Agard entertain- 1 Tuesday afternoon, with 25 mem- ed the eight members of her dessert bridge club at two tables, Friday afternoon. Dorothy Davis of New York City and sister of the hostess, was the club fruest. Mrs Pull Fashioned Sturdy Sheers and Service Weight 59c Perfect "everyday" stockings at a perfect price. Pure silk, ringlesB sheers sturdily reinforced. Nt'w colors. Christensen Bros Co. Good Hose Store" •Suit your spring 1 fancies with tailored loveliness. Every suit expertly fashioned with snug-fitting lines. Sizes 32 to 20—38 to 42. $ 11.75 H6.95 $ 19.75 Christensen Bros. Co. ALGONA'S STYLE CENTER Sherman Anderson won the hig, score prize and the second hlg] prize was won by the hostess. Thi was also a high-low party in which the highs received prizes from th lows. The four women with th« high scores were Mrs. H. M. Olson Mrs. W. G. McDowell, Mrs. S. W Meyer and Mrs. Rae Asher. Centenary Class— The monthly Centenary class party of the Methodist church was held in the church basement, Tuesday evening of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey were chairmen or the serving committee which served the 6:30 dinner. There were 00 present. A business meeting and games followed the dinner. Mrs George Johnson is president of the class and Mrs. A. A. Bishop Is the Blb*5 Searcher* Cl»i— Mrs. N. A. Smith entertained the Bible Searchers class of the Meth- bers present, Mrs.. Jane Clark, and Mrs. Margaret Bishop assisted. There was a business meeting and Mrs. W. G. Muhleman reported on a recent convention she had attended in Chicago. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Helping Hand Society— A meeting of the Helping Hanc. society of the Presbyterian church will be held at the church, Thurs day, March 3. Hostesses will be Mrs. Frank Shllta. Mrs. LeRoy Me Whorter, Mrs. Ben Hopkins, Mrs A. W. Behrends, Mrs. George Conk- lln, and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky. Luncheon-Brldge^- Mrs. R. H. Miller and Mrs. J. L Bonar entertained at a one o'clock uncheon at the Miller home, Wed- lesday afternoon. Covers were aid for 12 guests, Mrs. L. J Nugent, Mrs. Joe Bloom, and Mrs Wm. Hawcott were prize winners. Royal Neighbor Club— The Royal Neighbor club to meeting this afternoon (Tuesday) with Mrs. Bill Geerlng. A business meet- ng is to be followed by cards and by pertaining, to No. 44 be adopted • up. Ayes: All. Sheridan. Justice of Peace. Ayes: All.'i, ™«?™I! n ^'SP s ^ rov . e . and seconded Motion by Morris and seconded by IX-. ,t r « » f , ol J!" Tln fr appllca- Helken that the homestead c.a.ms f or j ^/^ «?"£«# $«&*> — of Assessment and Review: CISCO VILLAGE: A group of 60 fish houses, known as "Cisco Village on the Ice at the west end of Lake Geneva, Wiscon- sm, one of two lakes in the state where ciscoes are caught Being a cold water fish, they remain In deep holes and are taken only In winter. NA-MK AMOUNT \V. A. Moore . t «00 ,„.. Mrs. T,V(ila Krausp 17"). 1<WI Kmma F. Relfner """IIIIII l<t3« John T. Lalller 400 ^^u. Mike Welch • 400 {£S John A. Seefeld S4I^ jiS Herman Slmonsmcler 2021 '—loS Fred Gronbach 4SO {oS [ IT. W. Post . 1000 ,iS n.bo Hoyes I" RSfi ,12 Freddie Kd »n . " Kt, ,JS Hennio F,<len «20 JJS Kdwanl W Eden . 678 ,S« i'has. A. Winter ysun 1™ Sam Wlntnr ..11111111 Wil fMvert J. RlpTentroiT 2S30 .n.,,. Mrs. Kva MlttaR 2T>4" ~j JoS Mabel TJaden IIIIIII SOO JSJ? Mrs. I^niira Penny 300 ,1-,. I>ars Skarr " 540 ' fohn F"ord ~~~ 2a35 IQTC Vnrnon Hurt ^IB JSS Andrew Peterson ^>^oo iniS «'altr>r J. .Schmidt "" IRSB a luncheon. News Items of Fenton Vicinity eive awards for distinguished con- ributions to rural life, given by the xtension service of Iowa State Col- ege with the Christian Rural Fel- wship group. The Joint meeting of the American Legion and Auxiliary Thursday evening was well attended, about 80 being present. The guest speaker was Victor Stuehland of Forest City who gave a Ulk on the safety council. A program WM presented Including a girls' choruf directed by Frances Dahl: a vocal solo by Hazel Rohlln and a Lincoln play- let by the fifth and sixth grades directed by Beulah Gladstone. After the program lunch was served followed by dancing. Music was furnished by the Malek orchestra of Garner. Fenton's Best Speller Anna Marie Mitchell, eighth grade student, will represent the Penton public school in the countj spelling contest to be held in March Anna Marie was chosen through ompetitivc examination. She is he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell, who live in Fenton Vulrntine Party The pupils of rooms two and thrct aught by Bernice Brown and Vir- ;inia Frank, held valentine parties ast week Tuesday afternoon at vhich the mothers and a few friends were guests. Demonstrations of •arious phases of school work were iven and games and stunU play- d In which the guests joined in laying. 4-H School Q New Spring Knits Versatile and Practical For Immediate Wear New! Cay! Colorful! 11.75 and 16.95 epend (»n knit dresses in Hat(<:nn»' lines. I> t .|, (M id m thorn for that <-\|H-u.sive, vv .-ll dressed apitcitraiice. 'J'JK-v're a thrifty iiivosinicnt fory..iir All .sixes a i id colors Come Early for Your Selection 'LampJ" and ''Marinctte" sk'eves none re.si-rvc.l, your n Knits \viih i'-<- at i/ 2 Price Christensen Bros. Co. " Algona's Style Center An all-day training school, the first for 4-H cluba, was held last week Tuesday at the Bancroft school. Attending the sessions were leaders and assistant leaders and members. Florence the extension service, " committee Forbes of , gave the lesson. "Second Year Home Furnishing." Attending from Fenton were Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod. 4-H leader, Lorena Dreyar, <usistant leader, Irene Krause. president and Mrs. A. J. Krause. Herman Hubkamp, who was taken to the Estherville hospital last week Monday remains in a critical condition, suffering from blood poison. Bertel Berkeland drove to Des Molnes Friday to attend a meeting Saturday of the soil conservation officers. He returned home Sun day. Mrs. G. B. Johnson entertain*... at four tables of bridge last week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs K K. Johnson won the high score prize M "- F - H. Bohn the second high and Mrs. Truman Johnson the consolation. ,,, 5 ay Tietz entertained the U-Deal-Em bridge club last week Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Clarence Reasoner home Friday evening by friends and neighbors. The evening was spent visiting after which a lunch brought by the guests was served. The Reasoner family are moving to a farm near Rodman. Mrs. F. VV. Jentz entertained at a quiltins party for the Lutheran Ladles' Aid society Wednesday afternoon at her home. Guests were Mesdames E. C. Fauerby F F Mueller. Arnold Klatt. ' Arthur Schweppe. A. L. Willrett. Henry tserghofer, Amos Finnestad W V Vager, George Jentz and Fred Jentz. Gladys Sleichter, Anna Finn Virginia Frank, Bernice Brown Pearl Christensen and Edith Dahl, members of the school faculty and Agnes Goetsch were entertained at a seven o'clock dinner at the Harry Wlddel home last week Monday evening. After the dinner, bridge WTM played with Mis* Sleichter winning the high score prize. Guest prizes were presented to all attending. Helen Kern entertained a group of friends at 500 at her country home last week Tuesday evening Dorothy Airhart and Dale Weia- brod won the high score prizes and Vivian Voigt the consolation. Other guests were Mary Ann Bohn. Huth Weisbrod. Faith Finnestad Marjorie Voigt, June Weisbrod, Edward Lindsey, Lloyd Kern, Mervin \Vid- del. Bob Weisbrod, Clarence Yager, Rolin Geronsin and David Weisbrod. e prize Osborn won the high scon. ........ and Mrs. Henry Schulte the low Mrs. Arthur Mueller played for an absent member. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace entertained a group of friends o Thursday evening in honor of Mra Arnold Krau.se's birthday. Th veiling w;i-, .spent playing cards aft r which H dvlicioua lunch served by Mra. Wallace. Mr. and M™ R. D. Wehr.ipann Beck and Mrs. Rober Mrs. Mitchell Is Daughters' Hostess On 16th Birthday Union: Mrm. Kobte Mitch*!! «nUr tained a group of young folks las Thursday evening In honor of th 16th birthday of her sons, Willar and Willis, twins. The evening wa spent at games and a deliciou lunch was served. Sale Net* $10 The Busy Bea Club realized a tola of $10 at a bake sale held at th Sorensen grocery in Algona Satur day, Feb. 12th. This was a nic amount owing to the fact that the club consists of only 20 members. Joe Ricker drove to Amboy Minn.. Monday on business. Louis Bode and Clair Winkle arrived home Monday night from Ex celsior Springs, Mo., where they have spent the past three weeks taking mineral baths. Guests at the Clair Winkle home last Thursday for dinner were Mrs Robert Sarchet and son. David' Mrs. Louis Bode, daughter Joan and Bernqfrd Bode and Jean Marie Sarchet. The Busy Bee club was entertained by Mrs. Aaron Taylor at her home last Friday afternoon. The program was In charge of Louise Romstad. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Portland Society in Many Parties Portland: The Helping Hand club entertained at a joint farewell partv Monday, Feb. 14 at the home o« Mrs Sam Winchell for Mrs. Tom Clayton, who Is moving to Armstrong, and Mrl. John Schneider who Is moving to a farm east of Bancroft. Ten ladies enjoyed the afternoon and lunch was served at a beautifully valentine-decorated table. Eight ladles were guests at a quilting party at Mrs. Alfred God- fredsons Wednesday, Feb. 16th. Mrs. S. M. Peterson is ill and the club ladies sent lunch to her last Thursday as she could not be pres- •' arlson - is. 1 !.: TEAR 1937 1W7 19.17 1937 1937 3937 1937 1937 19.17 1M7 1M7 11)37 1937 19.17 lim 19.17 1937 1937 1937 19.T7 .. Mr«. Mary JonnlnK., Ill: ------ w •rnnk Sohaleln .......... _.[;; 1040 « m. Rl«tau , ]5(K ...... - Joe K. Sanders "*" " We" mioh fVhuehenbprit JfiStt 'f. Minnie Fethner " 5flO~"T PCT . N '. l . rk ,f rson '-'.'.""" MOI .1936 Jr. . Wallace Wltsworth - - 1040 •Worth 1IR1 Martin DldHkven ..:ii::i::::; 660 Anna M. Maltoy _" O. A. Anderrirg . ———————— Mary PTfgg . Scholtc* IIIIIIIZII" O. J. Strntliem ............ ^91 .................... Herman Wise ............... "jco .................... ~ Ernest Fehr 22 417" Mlrrlam Habeger us" Ifarvey Peck "I 2277" John Puhrmann ~.21 13.1" I-eonard nnd Martha""Drevef" IMS" R. J. Rkllllntr ' "" 1I»~ Walter W. RonenBuTI" J2SO" riara Hemphlll 2 »41" ,19M 1918 19t: JD38 cnt. Mr. and Mrs. Mennett Trunkhlll and children visited Sunday afternoon with the Floyd Bllsboroughs, Algona. Mrs. Ivan Long and Mrs. Garnle Hood met at Mra. O. O. McFarUuids and tied a quilt for Mr*. C*etl Ixmsj Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Collinson and two daughters. Veda and Betty were Sunday dinner and evening guests at the Tony Jandls. Miss Mary Jandl, sister of Tony Jandl, and his nephew, Mat Sczrcnce, both of West Bend, spent Wednesday with the Jandls. The Roscoe Stewarts entertained three tables of 500 Monday evening Mrs. Garni;; Hood received high prize, and her husband was forced to be content with low. Neighbors gathered for a farewell party at the Jim Shiplers. Friday evening. Four tables of 500 were in play. The Shiplers have pur- •hased a farm north of Algona, on :o which they will move March 1. Several mothers held a valentine >arty Monday afternoon at school District No. 8. Prizes were awarded for 80% average in all studies or the previous four weeks. Every •:ila Mm. McDonald Pearl Oregon «0' Arthur C. Ward __________ 21 2MO" J. R. Johnftnn J>°4" Edward T. Pitch" ............ $l<r Frank D. Prulxamon lt»- Telke Meyer ..... -rflo- " .1836 1937 19*7 1937 19.17 1937 19.17 1937 1937 19TT 19.17 1MT 19S7 19.17 1937 1»T7 1917 1937 1997 1937 1937 _1«n 1937 John Hplltt 1825" Marvin CV Cromfn 140" MaKriellne Kajcwukl " 824- Albert Hphnmaohrr I 2310" Darlene Prelseh—.. „„, Kenneth Mathnon _. ]29«- Iv<>Rfy M. anrl J. W. Johnton 2fiOO" Prank and (Bertha Durknon "" 4SO" Mrs. Anir. IlnhllnK 2MO" K. V. Kofnller IIIII IM«" Jow>j)h S. Srhulti (tifl- J F". Qulnn " HCO" MTB. Ida Ckfiin """" "inn' .••«•!•. Wli.lln Jr. 'yrfi- '•:va »•;,!,,- r«!i.vt..ir"i;"" «:«-• 'CM iitu! f-:rrriji f',,M-1n> -'i<H-- Ifann An'!.-rs.,n . .1*38 JUS .1KW _1M6 .193B Urn I' M..V.T Trunk \V. llubllnv upll made the grade. Gamea were ilayed and lunch served. Miss -*tha Mann Is teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bristow enter- ained neighbors at a 500 card party Thursday evening. Four tables were in play and high prize for men went to Avery Fitch, low, Claud .\rrB. Iiiiira Hi>lt'~. : unT> I'wluht fl \Vi-1>fit>T H J Anllker _""" Prank l-lnher 2 1 liuilolf llnnnnviV'I" " Tuhn N* KV,c«llcr William TJnk win Thiiio-R -.riiiiiirrriiri'i zzlc and l-'rnnk IC«»[»r>fn __III J. \*i\f*r\\ti\ ~ Mar>- fJov.-rn V. ir. HloklcfH U«|HS" :KS" .IS"/. 19T7 \TH U37 1937 1937 vs, 1937 19J7 1«3T 1S37 1937 1937 1937 19.T7 19T7 1937 11.T7 19T7 wn 1'itr 10T7 19T7 •\°rr, 1.1.T7 11T7 19'W 701 1934 Wnrni-r M. Hrhmldt MI-K. Kmma Heard 229«- llcrman Btruecki-r "SfO~ I>W-k Harma IIIIIIIII"! MO" Mary S'euman __ Bnn- .19M _193« 1936 Carl Blukvvtmi left last week Tuesday morning for Rochester, Minn, where Mr. Wehrspann will have a i-heck-up in regard to his health and Mrs. Blcckwenn will go throuKh the clinic. Mr. and Mrs Clarence Theesfield entertained their evening bridge ilub ut their home Thursday evening. Vernon Meyt-ra won the guest high prue. Mrs. Bob Goetsch and Clarence Osborn won the club high prize and Alvin Zumach won the consoJudon. for Mr. and Mrs. f SWEA CITY NEWS C8 *««x«afi38saffi^^ Mrs. Ray Lord was honored at a radio party at the Richard Berg home last Tuesday night, given by the American Legion Auxiliary. The BaptUt Ladies Guild will meet Friday at the Guild hall The hostesses will be Mra. E. I Hammond, Mrs. Mervin Kelly and Mrs ired Peterson. The program will consist of a talk by the Rev. R p Bronleewe, and music by Arzelle and Arlene Peterson. Ralph Stockman of Minneapolis spent a few days last week with his moth er Mrs. Rachel Stockman, while he was recovering from an injured knee received while playing basketball with the team of the First Baptist church. Ralph is employed in the Excelsior bakery i Minneapolis. Spring moving has begun. Th Greiner family will move into th house two milts west of town vac ated by Mr.-i. Chris Beck. Harold will rooms in upstairs quist residence, vacated by the move into the the Dr. Lund . easoner and family and Maiiau Brown was held at the , Greiners, and the Norman Anderson will move into the Magnus Pet- ersun apartments. Friends of the Rev. R. C. Swanson tuntd in on WHO to hear bia sermon delivered in person over that station Saturday at 10 o'clock as part of the Christian Rural Fellowship froup. It will be recalled that the Iranian uel Lutheran church of which Mr. Swanson is pastor, was one of the ffi rural churches to re- There's a trite saying to the effect that you can't eat you* caka and still have it. It is the same way with your health. You can't abuBe it continuou»ly and expect some hidden reservoir of strength to keep it going indefinitely. "Waste not, want not" applie. as auch to health and strength a» any other thing you can name. Just how we shall live ia for us to decide-but when medical assistance is needed there's only one logical course to pursue. Call your doctor without delay and follow hia instructions carefully. Bring ua your prescriptions. scription specialists. We are pre. W. Lusby N". Vlrtor Lowe R. P. Norton ' Merman Klchtt-r H. J. Dnvle Wilfred IVier" Jfrh"nif7n I-eona <hu1fred»on K.-nnelh and Thclma "k'nudien" •Inarm P. Curran Marie ItoHewatl «lan«lnc and .ThorwaTirrTafsen" < V. Barker " **** H Fxiwar.i Hlller * £« Mlram 'n. -White ^o '• I.. Sampson .. 1440 > larencc Fra«**r fi« fa» B. Beelan — HM Mary 1'hlenhake HSO n Rilsrh --IIZIIIIIIIIII 1130 *™ 1936 *» 1938 19M J 532 .. "XS" «60" 1MO" 2400" 2600"" .1938 Il»M .1936 « Hattl* 1-anra Wolto H E Rachut {Ino- II,-M f*ronan 31 1400" 'lain I>. Bcharp ««- 'larn K Eidman 11*4- Wm. Hoeck iiS- a Selfert 8teven~ tZc rn Sewltk """ ££Ired I^vr-nz Jr. SX- .1936 19.TS Mary M Co »rt H. ry Xeigler ............ ~ *<* I^ura Sewl'cV ..... ' ...... ' • .11116 .1938 1fiT7 n.rr 19T7 1977 1!>T7 19T 1!>TT 19T7 10.T7 1M7 1OT 1937 19.TT 19J7 1937 1937 19.TT 1M7 193" 19*7 19S7 mr 19.17 19.T7 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 19W 19J7 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 19S7 10T 19T7 1*17 19OT 'notion Board . «j» ,...1938 1987 S^IIIIIIIIII-IIIIIIIIjSM 1937 until 9:00 a. m. February 15. 1938. B. 8. KIM8ETY, County Auditor. utleei n by Morris ai.d ••e that tbe following ,,"> • R,", er ^ ed °" lb<> ' ollo « • Bub Jones and ' and A",?. Robert Smith . Motion by Fraser and neconded by '' '*' U>e » rd th.- f'ourt Room and. prepare to with rturfiientutlvwi for the Iftig Ruad K. W- KlNltUiy County Auditor. A4«ona, Iowa, Court Room, February IS, lias. 10 o'clock a. m Board of Supervisors uth angstrom ftorln«-flBld-a. B. Blsfc. Hubron— I* W. Slrlcli U«rt*lM. -J H. Senuc T. o. o«»t T- A J. Lapp« Penton-T. M. Ohrlscnson Arndorfer. e irv1ii|rton-B. J. Devine ^ff.o-Harry S*abln. . tenior Oarfleld— H. ,H. P. Scbulti. W. Harms ™ . nry J Kohlhaaa T-u Vcrne-A. A. Schk>ull and seconded - . . County Auditor.

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