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In the humorous class Evelyn Blerstedt, Lone Rock, won first, and second was won by Dorothy Sttg- man, Fenton, with Mother -Would Learn to Drive. Mrs. Leo Buttermore was critic judge. The same evening Fenton sent representatives to Lone Rock to compete In a similar •contest, and they placed second. These junior high school declamatory contests are sponsored by the county Schoolmaster's club for the purpose of advancing training In public speaking, discovering talent early, and educating pupils to overcome stagefright. / The schools winning the highest percentages receive small trophies. AV. F. M. S. Meets at Church— The Methodist W. F. M. S. met at the church last Thursday. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod had charge ot devotionals. The first chapter of the study lesson, The Returned Traveler and the Cloud of Witnesses, was read In turn by the president, Mrs. C. G. Humphrey, and 17 members. A solo was sung by Mrs. H. C. Lindsey, and was followed by a duet sung by Mrs. J. F. Newel and Mrs. Lindsey. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Wilbert Huldorff and Mrs. Charles Weisbrod. Shower Honors IJricle-to-Itc— A miscellaneous shower honoring Lena Dreyer, whose marriage to Alfred Schmidt, Lone Rock, will take place sometime this week, was given at her sister Mrs. A. J.' Krause's la.st Thursday evening. Seventy- some relatives and friends were In attendance. Cards and game* . formed the evening's, entertainment. Refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by her sister-in- law, Mrs. Everett Dreyer. The bride- to-be wius the gifts. recipient of many Father of Visitors Dies— Nora Harrison, registered nurse at Sioux City, and her brother, Arthur Harrison, of Hornick, came last week Wednesday to visit at the Rev. J. T. Snyder's. They received a message the same evening of the sudden death of their father, caused by a heart attack, and, accompanied by the Snyders, they returned to Hornick Thursday afternoon .to attend the funeral services, which Mr. Snydcr conducted Friday. Girls' Club Aids MisHionury— The Standard Bearers met at the Methodist church laet week Monday night, with Florence Loabs as host- ens. The lesson was in charge of Venetta Volght. The society voted to pay shares pledged last fall on the salary of Alice Maul, of the Philliplnes. One share is to be paid at Christmas time, the other on her bfrth'day, January 27. Shower Honors Lena Drcyer— A mock wedding featured a shower Sunday night at which 50-odd guests were entertained* at Allan Bellinger's, near Cylinder, in honor of Lena Dreyer. Music and readings also contributed to the even- Ing's entertainment, and a two- couitie luncheon was served. The brlde-to-bo received many gifts. Schoolmaster!*' Club Meets— The county Schoolmaster's club held a monthly meeting at tho local school -building Saturday evening. The Home Economics girls served a three-course dinner. Trimmings and decorations suggested Christmas time. Because of bad weather only eight schools were represented. Party tar 8. S. OUNN Riven- Mr, and Mrs. A. H. Meyers were hosts to the Methodist young married people's Sunday school class at the church Friday evening. Plans were laid for a New Year'u party for all young married people of the church. Games were played, after which refreshments were served. soil, Mabel grant, Alice Glaus, Irene Newel, Clfeohe fflwen, and Mrs. JP. P. Newel. Mrs. Rate Newel, Mrs. P. F. Newel, and lire, J. F. Newel motored to Belmotid Friday afternoon and 'brought back tho latter's daughter Irene to Spend the weekend here. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwnrt* entertained their bridge club last Thursday night. The high score was won by Mrs. Charles Newel. A two-course luncheon was served. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Juhl, who had been visiting the former's brother Ulrlc and other relatives here, returned to their .home at Hollandale, Minn., last week Tuesday/ H. L. Huskamp and F. C. Bailey attended a Chevrolet dealers and bankers' meeting at toes Molnea last week Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe and their daughter Edith spent Sunday with the O. O. Schmidts at Buffalo Center. At football on the school ground last week Wednesday noon, Eugene Huekamp suffered a broken collar bone. Agatha Caughlln, Algona, former Fenton teacher, spent the week-end at L. J. Welbrod's. F. C. Bailey Is driving, a new Buick eight coach purchased at Es- thervllle. ' B,B, TEAMS TO GIVE PLAY AT WHITTEMORE KENT RADIO with the GOLDEN VOICE The gift thai brings the most pleasure to the whole family—now and for years! How they'll all enjoy it J Aft promptly. Pon't get caught in the last-minute jw. Have us reserve your Atwater Kent now. W«"B deliver whenever you say. Ofem day a*d owning/or deMAMtractab Torm* mt y«ur C*»OMMM». A. K. CUFF Dealer Modern Dry Cleaners Building Elevator Installs Feed ('rlndor— The Fanners' elevator has installed a $3300 Monarch feed grind- Ing mill. It requires two 40 horsepower motors to run the grinder and one 20 howe-power motor to blow the feed Into a wagon. A steady increase in tlio business necessitated the enlarged mill. Itestuurunt Mutrou Is Sick— Mrs. John Dempsey has been sick with tonsilltls. Her daughter, Mrs. Chris Godfredson, Ringsted, and her siter, Mrs. Myron Alderson, helped with the work at the restaurant. B. B. Boys Win and Lose— The first and second boys' tasket- ball teams played Titonka at Tl- tonka Friday night. Tho local first team won by a score of 1-7, but the second team lost, 12-1. College Glee Club Coining— The Mornlngslde college glee club, directed by Lester McCoy, will sing at the Methodist church Saturday evening. Other FeBton The local \V. C. T. U. met at the Methodtet church last week Wednesday afternoon. The meeting was opened with the regular order ot business, after which Mrs. A. H. Meyer and Mrs. Wllbert Huldorff sang The Crusade Glory song. Mra. Prank Oefeel, of Algona, representative to the lost state convention, gave a report. After adjournment refreshments were served. The B. N. Kyhls spent Sunday at Ceylon, guests of their daughter, Mrs. J. A, Furtney. Mr. and Mrs- J. A. Furtney, Mrs. L. M. Hulldorf, and Mrs. M. S Furtney, all of Ceylon, spent Monday with thx> B "'" Kyhls. Mrs. J. A. Furtney and Hulldorf are daughters of tjde Kyhls. Mrs. F. W. Eigler entertained at two tables of bridge .Saturday eve»- ingr. Gueste were Agnes Goetsclj, Margie Klelnheksel, Lily Iteutjau^ Whlttemore, Dec. 9—A play Is to be presented by the public school basketball teams next week Thursday night at the Academy hall. A comedy In three acts will be staged. The characters follow: Colonel J. N. Smith-Herman Behnke Wm. Faraday, the father : Lloyd Walker Admiral Grice :.Martin Wagner Hon. Robert Tarver.Wllliam Heller James Raleigh Herbert- Zumach Henry Steele ...Edward Heller Martin, a maid—_ Linda, Roeber Cella Faraday, daughter Lucile Roimers Evelyn Trenehard, Faraday's daughter Josephine Langerman Madge 'Kocklngham, another daughter Geneva Lungerman Phyllis Faraday, third daughter. _. Esther Behnke Mrs. Chisholm Faraday, aunt ._. . Roberta Wohlenhaupt There will be music between acts. Lutheran Y. 1'. Choose Officers— The Lutheran Young People's society met last Thursday evening at St. Paul's Lutheran school, and officers were elected.; Teacher P. L. Jessen, president; Teacher H. W. Behnke, vice president; Herbert Zumach, secretary; Ruth Schultz, treasurer; Linda Dau, librarian. Victor l}au, Herman Behnke, and Ber- nlce Balgeman were appointed members of the executive board. Whlttemore Cars In Crash— Clifton Kenne and Martin Wagner, both of Whlttemore, had an accident Sunday evening on west State street, Algona. Clifton was coming from the north and Martin was driving east. Clifton failed to stop and though Martin bore down on his brakes his car hit the .Kenne car. Little damage was done and luckily the occupants escaped with but a few scratches. Itoth Basket Ilall TeaniB Win— The public school basket ball teams played at Bode last week Tuesday evening and won, the girls, 64-C; with 4-8' points for .Whlttemore. in the fret half, and the boys, 12-9. The Presentation academy boys played St. John's, Bancroft, here the same night and lost IC-IW. The academy girls won from Wesley, 23fl.G. Mike PantlclH (in>jtt-<iruiidpareiit&— The Mike Fandels are great grandparents, a girl having been born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schultz, Bancroft. Mrs. Schultz is a grandchild of the Fandels and was formerly Gertrude Elbert. Xew Beauty Operator Comes— Kathryn Grippen is the new beauty operator at the W. A. Rusch barber ehop. She formerly worked at the Utica beauty parlor in the Utica department store at Des Mollies. Hoy for the Frank Smiths— A 9-lb. boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith Sunday evening. They have one other child, a girl. Other Whittemore. Mrs. Men-ill Rawson and Mrrs. Irene Rooney entertained at a bridge dinner last week Tuesday evening. The high score was won by Mrs. J. M. Fleming; Ella Burke, second; Mrs. C. L. Cavunaugh, cut. Out of town guests were Mrs. Henry Reimer and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, Fenton, and Mrs. K. n. Morrison, Algona. Mrs. Ray Thompson, Scranton, and her baby are here for an extended stay at Mrs. A Kortum's, Mr. Thompson Is expected sooiv for a visit. Mrs. Kartum and Mrs. Thompson spent Thanksgiving at Dell M, Marlow's, near Burt. Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Marlow are daughters of Mrs. Kartum. The Louis Wehrspann and William Sheller babies were baptised Sunday morning at St. Paul's Evan' MftirtlnY The .. <-••* »(<i.>.i*i( un, V) j VTCVO fuSrri^oi Itcrt neth ¥ftul; thij Sheller baby, Lavon Rose Ann. .....".''..." Josephine and Geneva. Langerman spent the week-end at BtumboWi with their mother, Mrs. Bertha Langerman, who till recently operated a beauty shop here, but now has one there. The girls go to achoo here. The William Schmlete, of 'Lotti Creek, spent Sunday evening will the Behnkes. Mr. Schmlel has for 35 years taught tho Ldtts Creek Lutheran school, and Mr. Behnke ie head of the local Lutheran school Announcement was made Sundaj at fit. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church of the approaching marriage of Ida, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Frank TIctsi, Algona, to Rudolph Peters, Story City. ' A boy was born to 'Mr. and Mrs Ferdinand Montag, southwest of Whlttemore, last week Monday, the second child, the other : also a boy The new boy has been named Har old John. , Lloyd Rath has been picked to piny tho part of John Bland in a play, the Seven Keys to Baldpate to be presented soon by pupils ol the Emmetsburg Junior college. The Joseph Wassehs, Des Molnes. visited over Sunday at Peter Fox- sen's, and May Foxsen, Webstei City, wns also here. Mrs, Wassen was formerly Luella Foxaen. The public school basket ba! teams played St, Cecelia's academy Algona,. on the local floor Friday evening and won, the girls 40-6, the boys 21-17. The William Laucks were Sunday visitors at the Albert Baas home, .southeast of Burt. Mr. Baas an<] Mrs. Lauck are sister and brother. 1 . The Herman Voigts spent Sunday at E. W. Hanson's, Algona. Mrs. Hansen and Mrs. Volgt are sister and brother. Mrs. H. B. Meyer has gone to Mason City to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. A. H. Lunsman. Mrs. James O'Brien underwent an operation for appendicitis Friday at the McCreery hospital. . The Dr. W. C. Kennedys, of 'Soin- ers, spent the week-end at C. L! Cavanaugh's. . • . , ... i Augusta Haag, Centervllle, S. 1 visited here last week. Mrs. George Schultz Is reported sick. Lotta Creek I Friends urprised Frank Pompe Monday evening, it being his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pompe were recent callers to see Grandpa Ohm, who-stays at Frank Schallln's, near Fenton. Elsie Kohlwes and Olivia, Lillian, and Mathilda Kressin were at Fort Dodge Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes and Elsie, with the Oscar Kohlwes family, Algona, motored to Ruthven Sunday to see an uncle. Because of a county teachers' In- ^OWLXHO .. Healthful- 1 stltute''at Algbna ' therfe "• ( ^aV flo sohooJ Friday. ' • 1K , Mr, and Mrs, Behnk^ndoff,, Lli Verne, attended t'He Kflbert 'Dreyer sale last week. Grandmother* Mint*, Mrs. Dreyef's mother, also attended, Herman Rttdlg, Mrs. Arthur Kres- sln, Amanda Kressln, and Albeft Kressln 4 have returned to Barney* N. D., nftef a week hefe. . The Dlst. No. t,school gave a program Friday night, A good-sized crowd attended and receipts from the sale of popcorn and candy total* ed ?13, which will be spent for library books. Klsie Kohlwes, : Lillian Kressln, Fred Hints, and Ernest Riddle .were entertained at Everett Dreyer's, near Fenton, Sunday evening, The Frank Pompes, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ohm, Fenton, Lillian Kres- sln, Algona, Eleanora Pompe, Gladys Saunders, and Helen Hupp were dinner guest at Albert Kred- sln's Sunday. Miss 'Hupp, domestic science teacher, • Miss Saunddrs, primary teacher, and Mlsn Pompe also spent the Thanksgiving • vacation With the Kresslns, all returning to Correcllonvlllc. Friends surprised Frank Pompe week Monday night, It being his birthday. The evening was spent at cards. Vernon Ohm, Fenton, spent Saturday at the John'Kohlwes home with Arland. The Flene twins, who attend school at Algona, spent the weekend with their parents. Their father Is the Lotts Creek Lutheran pastor. Eric Seegebarth, attending- a Mankato business college, spent Thanksgiving with lite parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Seegebarth. County Supt. Shirley recently visited the local public school. Albert Wlttkopf Is able to be up and around again. YOU SAVE IN BUYING POWDER You save in using KC. Use LESS than of high priced brands. FOR OVER YEAR* IT'S DOUILl ACTING MIILIONSOF POUNDS USED tm, " V' 1 Seneca Winners In declahiatory contests at Seneca arid Lone Hock went to Fenton 'last week Tuesday night for a. trlflngulaf'dontest,' Ixshe Rock won the trophy. ' Masse! Anderson, Seneca, won first in hef olaaa. Representative .ti Hi Jensen got home last Thursday from Chicago, where he eo!d cattle and attended the International livestock show. 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