F*" 4 ' Tt!e B Ugion fitt, UlgM^a chapter of Association 23 had l^^Tare' email, r; jh ' P fnr a year Avlll only be KL determined tomor- both small bore and regular COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAGE StVU department, : in a wanner they are in o n, who has been one Banters, has. offered j to be no ioni. charge for the use , s will probably have to Si talk ot the shells used 1 t range, though there te ter man issued'by the gov- P The guns will be of the and improved Springfield ta understood. ng the application for Itoted Tuesday are Mr. Reding, Torkel Hill, D. Brundage, G. ian ,W.E. Hawcott, D. W. 'Edwin Johnson, W. S. Merrlfleld, Cecil McGln- Smlth F. W. Green, F. 8 Wnhl. G. M. White, bright, & L. RoWnauU, F. C. ;H. B. Stephenson. SMBLY IIIITTEES NAMED U a democrat, Representa- :H. Bonnsettter, Garfleld jp, found that he had fared •hen Speaker Francis John- ITerrli, gave out House com- iajslgnments at Des Molnes |ek. -Mr. Bonnstetter was as|to the following committees: I industry, compensation of •officers, conservation of re- 1'coimty nnd township organ- ''flsh and game, land titles, [ind textbooks, tax revision. slgnment to'the tax revis- mittee Is of significance, [an Important committee, and Speaker Johnson has long mltted to tax reform and i associated with Senator i In the introduction of in- t Mils, he doubtless scanned jclal care prospects for as- int to this committee. . • »iitative : Bonnstetter's > rec- i such as to bear scrutiny i appointment. Mr. Bonn- Idoes not stand with his party sitlon to tax reform and l*ke In county politics he has kith Senator Patterson. te Senate the committees were (session-for the first time ap- 1 by a committee on commlt- • Christ Seetelj la driving a new Pontlac, • Mrs, I. G. Dewrl wns sick a bod wlttf stomach trouble over the weekend; • Hal-ley Troutnmn, student at lowU City, spent Saturday nnd sun- day at home. Mrs. frannle Wheeler. H. Minno. sptft street, has been 11 slnco last week .Tuesday. Mrs; C. H. Cretzmeyer wont to Oskaloosa Monday for several days' wlth^relatlves, Francis Schwab, Webster Cliy, i came Sttnday to spend a few days at Christ Seofold's. The First Lutheran women will serve a public supper next Saturday at'the Legion hull. . 'Mra. M,. J. Strelt Is spending the week with hor brother, Leland Coonan, Des Moines. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. P. Stillman, of Dolllver, were guests Hundny at their son G. W. Stillman's. Hugh Herman spent from Friday tilt Monday at Perry with his daughter and her husband. ',Bn.rl J. Merritt, Draper, E. D.. arrived last week Tuesday to visit his brother L. jr. He is n, farmer. Geo, W. Godfrey lout his ruddy complexion' for a few days la.st week, the result of a severe attack of the flu. The Rev. Fred J. Clark, new Congregational pastor, has accepted election to membership i n the Kiwanis club. ( - Bessie Hopkins is helping with the clerical work at the Lathrpp & Weaver abstract office. She began work Monday. . Mr. and Mrs. George Elbert re .turned'last Thursday night from Minn<iap'olls, where 'they'had spent several days on business. B. A. Genrlch spent Tuesday at Fort Dodge with his father-in-law C. E. Jones, Livermore, who under went an operation for appendicitis Tide W..- J. O'Briens spent Sundaj at Emmetsburg with Mrs. O'Brien'h parents, and Mrs. O'Brien attendee a party at Emmetsburg Saturday night. Dr. P. E. Walley, Dr.. H. M. O] son, and the latter's sister, spen Sunday at Des Molnes. Doctor Wai ley visited his wife, who Is employ ed there. Senator Geo. "W. Patterson spok< on the proposed state income tax before the Des Moines Klwanis clul at the Fort Des Moines hotel yesterday noon. Louis Moore, Mason City, made up Rotary attendance here Monday. He is .Jnterested in the Moore lumber yard at Sexton, also in a yard the latter's sister, Mrs. Karl Hoffman, Bancroft, went to Chicago lucsdny night to attend an auto show. Mr, nnd Mrs. Oscar Poirct, Vvhittomorp, wont to Chicago the wimo night for tho snme purpose. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. Counsel! Fort "nrtsir, H,,ent Friday' hero, and Mrs. < minKr.li visited hor mother, Mrs '. hnrlcH riosowall. while Mr. Council, who represents the National '';', 1 r °Kl«ler company In this territory, k.o| (l .,| ;ifU'i' biiMlnosn affairs. Thr. X. r:. n. hruigo club met lurwlay night with Mr. nnd Mra I !o.V IMuslroni. Thp high scores i-tTP won l, y Mrs. Urn Hynds and .Mllard MhiKKi'iilmrg; low by Mra. •Icnry Johannspn and Clnronce ITVC^°"' AClm ' bri(lff ° 1U " C1 ' WflS Tlip Alelhoan -I-H club, () f Union' ownshlp, mot with Ruth Rich Saturday, and a. bake sale .was planned f or Saturday at tho Anderson meat, narket. There «-er e 14 club mom>pi-M present besides the loader. Club pictures wore taken, and lunch WM.M nerved. Lorettiv, Howie, nUomllnR a bus- ness school at Mankaito, spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, " 1I " and Mrs. W. D. Howie. Her parents took her to BIuo Efrrth Sunday evoning , in d thence Khe took t bus to Mankato. Mildred Do Oraw, State two- doing practice teaching at Ma«on City, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Do a raw. She will finish her practice teaching March 1, and .will then return to the Teachers college to finish a year primary course. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hemphill's dinner bridge club met with the Hemphills Friday night. The high scores were won by Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew and Fred Bartholomew; .'the low by Mrs, N. Victor Lowe and Henry Reimor. There ar 0 '12 members of the club. ; lieutenant-governor i of the customary being right/ r Patterson was a member of mmlttee. A complete list of mmlttee appointments is not I, but according to an inco.m- Illst Senator Patterson was I to serve on the t following ittecs; agriculture, second | conservation; tax revision;' 1 means; public health and kelfare. I tax revision and ways and I committees are among the [Important Senate committees. at Mason City. •Mrs. G. W. Stilmian, and her daughter. Ann will go to Maxwell tomorrow for a few days with the former's mother, Mrs. Minnie Holland, a teacher. Mrs. L. M. Merritt entertained her bridge club last Thursday night. Mrs. Glen McMurray won the high score; Mrs." John Button the consolation prize. Lunch was served. Mrs. Sylvan Russell, Story City, and her baby spent last week with •the former's sister, Mrs. Torkel Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Hill took them "home Saturday, returning Sunday. Margaret Lawless, Chicago, came last week Wednesday to help care for her cousin, Catherine Cooney, wh'o underwent a major operation at the Kossuth hospital Saturday and later died. Dorothy Mangan took her mother, J. W, Mangan, to Mason City yesferday, and Mrs. Mangan is visiting the J, AV. Robertsons till today, when the Robertsons will bring her home. . , . Mrs. C. L. Stewart, Seattle, Wash., City, rela- HEAR TALK IW FOX RANCH llts weekly luncheon Monday Ine Rotary club heard a most Five talk on fox-raising by lumence, who with his fath- p, T. J. Vincent,, and Wade Jin 13 interested in a fox ranch opened In the timber just n of the fairgrounds. Some |«go Mr. Lawrence entered the IB Industry at Iowa City, n«y he moved his ranch I to Cedar Rapids. He is well LTv 1 hav|n e been athletic in the high school before he • I<«m City. His talk to the " was illustrated with a fox IB to Mrs. Lawrence, , "tens will have no meet(the hotel Ithey next Monday noon. II meet at 6:30 at H °Pe Community room, 1 more neighboring farm- RTO /"* r, -n ' , Buchanan, i " S Q ' S " club ' 8 l8 ln 111 be served of the Good a ' ner Hope Found De»d, an. 27 - Mrs/H. JJ. week Tuesday came-Monday from Mason Where she'had been visiting tiyes, and -is now visiting relatives here: She Is a sister of the late Mrs. Jos. Steil. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Young, Chicago, spent the week-end with Mr. Young's parents, Mr. and Mrs, A. W. : Young, and Mrs. Young's mother, Mrs. John Kain. Clifford is an electrical engineer*. The Loyal Temperance Legion will meet with Mrs. Ellis McWhorter tomorrow at 4:15 p. m. Roll call will consist of Good Resolutions for 1931. The lesson subject will be, How to be Better Citizens. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hodges, recently married, are now living in the upper floor of the Mrs. W. E. Kain residence, formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Cummlngs, who own and operate a local store. Dr., Elner Johnson, Eagle Grove, and a little son called on friends here Sunday. Doctor Johnson, who is a dentist, is remembered by. many •Algonlans, for he clerked at the Paine & Sorensen drug store some years ago. ' . ' Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage, and their daughter Maxin'e spent Sunday at Mason City. G. D. manages the Nichols & Green shoe department In the Christensen store. Nichols & Green hav e a store at Mason City. Mrs, M, J. • McCall entertained eight women at bridge Friday night, and Mrs, Hazel Dalzlel won, the high score, Refreshments were served. Yesterday Mrs, McCall entertained the Idle Hour bridge club at luncheon and bridge^ iMrs. F. W. Dlngley and Mrs. J. T, Chrischilles entertained :40 women at bridge last Thursday afternoon. ~" high scores were won, by, Mrs. C. T. Chubb, Mrs. J, L. Bonar, -and E). J. Murtagh. After .bridge. there was lunch. ' . " ' : " , Glen McMurray, of the.-TJre Service company, left for Akron, £>., Sunday for three weeks In attehfl- „.„_,. on a special school conducted by the 'Firestone Tire &' Rubber ^ Local friends of Lillie Allenstein, for many years normal training instructor here, now Mrs. B. M. Finch, of Sunmer, have learned that she is the mother oC a boy, born a. weeK apro. The baby lias been named Basil Merwln. Mr. Finch is superintendent oC schools at Sumner. Special evangelistic meetings at tho Methodist church at We.sley are continuing through this week, and close Sunday night. The Rev. w. H. Lease, Algona, is preaching every night to large crowds and neighbor- ins towns arc sending choirs and orchestras, to assist with the music. Mrs. F. AV. Wehler entertained at five tables of bridge Saturday evening- in honor of Mrs. Anna Uhlendorf, Chicago, who is visiting her daughter, Mrs. D. H. Goeders. Mrs. D. D. Paxson won the high score nnd Mrs. H. E. Rist, second high. Mrs. Uhlentlorf received a guest gift. Merchants who expect to spend next week in Chicago, buying spring goods for their stoi-es, are T. H. Chrischilles, P. .T. Christensen, and D. H. Goeders. Mrs. Minkler will accompany Mr. Chrlschllles, as she is In charge of the ready-to-wear department of the Chrischilles & Herbst store. Mrs. A. Hutchison went to 13es Moines last week Wednesday to visit her sisters, Mrs. Gardner Cowle.s and Mrs. F. E. V. Shore, and her brother Roscoe Call. .Mrs. Cowle.s recently returned from Chandler, Ariz., where she had spent several months in the interest of her health. Mrs. W. C. Dewel leaves this evening for Chicago to spend a week or more with her son, "Dr. Burl F. Dewel, orthodontist at Bvanston. She will be joined at Chicago tomorrow by her son Gordon, liberal arts senior at the state university, who will spend the week-end with his mother and brother. Supt. Overmyer was kept busy last week substituting for two sick teachers. Frances Duhiggj English instructor, was ill early In the week, but returned to her classes Wednesday noon. Then Alvena Miller, mathematics instructor, was sick that afternoon, and Supt. Overmyer By EvaJVV, Streit. as, I'Utni Crc.oli Club Atects— Tho Plum Creok Social & Literary club held its annual banquet last Week. Wednesday at Mr. arid Mrs. Clifford Benschoter's. Long tables worn (leconitod with the club col- oi'K, orchid and gold on white. .Afiler dinner the following pro- rjriiin wns Rivon: opening piano se- Iccllons, Mrs. Colcna- McCorkle; radio play. Mr. .find Mra. Hay McWhorter; reading, Woman's Rights, Lola Kcr.loy; vocal duets, Ray .McCorkle, I'oy Keen; play, the Acid .Test, .lassie AHwPKg and Mrs. Clinton Sampson; vocal numbers, club sex- tettn; humorous skit, Messrs. ROKS Calhoun, James Davidson, John Kain. and Clifford Benschotcr. Guests of the club were Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hutchison, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson, Mrs. Rawson, and Mrs. Lura Sanders. The next regular meeting will be held February 4 at Clara. Gilbride's. Secret Marriage Announced— Margaret Pa,lmer' and James Elbert wero married last October 2 at Rockwell City by Father Achatz, and the news was released last week. The Jirlde, who is n. daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Palmer, Algona, was graduated from the local high school in 1025, and Cor the last five years has clerked in Algona stores. After three years In the Todd store she resigned and went to Omaha, where she took a course in cor- setiering. On her return she entered the employ of Chrischilles & Horbst as graduate corsetiere, in which capacity she has served during the last two years. She is a member of the local Watanye club. Mr. Elbert for four years has been in the employ of Kohlhaas Bros, as a mechanic. He' is the son of Mrs. P. J. Elbert, Whittemore. lipiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiia Every Day Is Value Day at Goeders New Silks Smart new printed silks, 88 lo 40 In. -wide. .Newest, smnll ilRslgns on dnrlc grounds- green, In-own, jjinck and navy. $1.29 Yard New Prints A H C fast color cambric prlnlg In (he new Spring patterns and colorings. Pastel tints tliut are different. 22c Yard Wash Dresses AVomens and children's fast color wisli dresses from 'onr regular dollar line — sizes 7 years to size 42. Ella Jordan, Alvln Weber, Wed— The* marriage of Ella M. Jordan to Alvln L. Weber took place at the Little Brown church, near Nashua, last week Tuesday at 11:30 a. m., the Rev. William Kent, pastor, performing the ceremony. The bride/ who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jordan, Algona, was formerly employed at the Bloom store. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weber, of Irvington, and he and his bride will make their home on a farm belonging to the bridegroom's father, two miles east of Irvlngton. The new Mr. and Mrs. Weber left for a honeymoon i Beginning Thursday January 29 Our Final Clearance of all Coats, Dresses, Footwear, Blankets, Silks, Underwear, Outing Gowns, Gloves, Jewelry, Hosiery, Handbags, Wash Dresses, Sweaters, and all Remnants. auto trip to Chicago and 111. Pontiac, Coats $5 Coats $10 Coats $15 59c Hand Bags A selection of bags from onr regular lines, some leather, and many are small sizes for 48c Blankets 70x80 ivoolnap plaids and 2-ln. one Esmond blankets, Including' values tip to $4.95, aro now In Final Clearance. 3E Including values to $16 Including values to $25 Including values to $39 i Dresses Wallicr Talks in Plum CrceU— The Plum Creek Farm Bureau held Its first 1931 social meeting at Mr. and Mrs. Ross Calhoun's Friday evening, January 1G. The third Friday in the month will be the regular time this year. Floyd Gardner, new president, called the meeting to order. Three committees were named to .solicit memberships. The program at this meeting consisted of a talk on his last summer's trip to South America by W. F. Walker, Algona. The township program committee will have yearbooks ready soon. Fifty Attend EHcr Reception— St. Thomas's Guild gave a reception for Father Eller, new rector, and his family last Thursday night at Amie Peugnet's, and 50 persons attended. The entertainment consisted of bridge, and "500". Isabelle Eller and Jack Fraser Won the high bridge scores; Mrs. Clarence Fraser and Henry Tjaden, the high "500" scores; Gail Jergensen and Austin Gardner, the low "500" scores. 50 new Silk Dresses Prints and plain to 42 Zippers $1.59 Overshoes with'snaps or Zippers, rubber, etc. Dresses $10 Including val. to $19.50 Sizes 14 to 46 Shoes $1.95 Children's high shoes. Simplex Flexies to $4. Dresses $15 Including values to $25 Sizes 14 to 48 Slippers $2.95 Women's and misses. High or low heel, to $6 .29 Outing Gowns 59c Women and children. Underwear 59c Women and children. _~ ^m-wuxA on t ~ ~ • vw »»«n, - «V*£5L£"''SSL*: company on the repair/of teries, gncl brakes. Mr. andI Mrs. M. L.. CalyenFort Podge, spent Friday with relatives and old friends here, The Calvers were both in local telephone.employ for years before they m«sved to Fort Dodge, where Mr. Calver is still in the telephone work. ; Lydla/ Meyers entertained h,er bridge club at M. M. Mornwrt^toW Thursday night. Mabel DeGraw apd Anna »USB won the high'scores.'Af- ter bridge lunch was served., Margaret Barttett and A<lah Carlson were guests of the club, The Victpr Youngs, Sunday with 3 A, and •later, WHS.' Vte&r te ta tVM> itandard Oil wmpaw- * •. Ywa N*?8 sod nls (Wn Jo ~ Friday from Iowa C»y» • • "* •-*»*^s City, had to teach her classes during the rest of the week. H. R. Rosewall, Blue Earth, and his son Charles spent Sunday with the former's mother, Mrs.. Charles Rosewall, and H. R.'s other son Richard, who has been wit> hia grandmother since a week ago Sunday. Mrs. H. R. Rosewall suffered a stroke in December, and she went to Rochester a week ago Sunday to go through the clinic. M. J. Pool returned Friday from Minneapolis, where he. had been since the preceding Monday, attending a convention of.,the Northwestern Lumbermen's association. Mr. Pool Is local manager of the Botsford Lumber company. A Mr. Johnston, of the Johnston Clay Works, Fort Dodge, accompanied him to Minneapolis. •Mr. and Mrs'. Ray Isenberger, Decorah left yesterday, after three days with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sigsbee. Mr. Isenberger is in the employ of the Standard Oil Co., and has three £rucks under his supervision. The leenbergers have three children. Ray was once a barber here, and later he was a preacher. Dispatches In the dailies last week reported announcement of the marriage of Al Plaehn, left tackle on the University of Southern California football team, to a Chicago girl, also a student at the university, Plaehn, who was a noted high school athlete while he was attending school at Reinbeck, is a cousin of Brma Plaehn, Algona teacher. ' H C. Fredericks and his son Bruce spent Sunday at Cedar Falls with' Mrs, Fredericks and the new baby, Who are at the home of Mrs. Fredericks' parents. Mrs. Fredericks and the- baby will come home next Sunday. Mrs. G. W. SUHman and her daughter Ann accompanied .. Fredericks and his son to Cedar 418 «nd spent the day with friends. F S. Norton & Son call attention to the fact that the Norton mmber yar4 has been serving patron's satisfactorily for the last 35 years. J«st now estimates of cost of farm repairs, hog houses, brooder 'hoiSes. etc.,-are offered without charge. The firm has also J°» ne ° L the statewide campaign to sell Iowa coal to Iowa users. Both Algona yards are taking part In this Daily student Guild Gives Card Party— A St. Cecelia's Guild party was given at the 1C C. hall last Thursday night. Bridge and "500" were played at 26 tables. At' 10 lunch was served after which there was dancing. The high scores were wop by Edith 'Welter, of the county Farm Bureau office, and a Mr. Hall,-of Des Moines; the high "500" scores by Mrs. Harry Hargreaves and E. L. DeZellar. Curd Party Tomorrow Night— St. Cecelia's Guild will have a party at the K. C. hall tomorrow night. Anna Capesius and Maurice McMahon are chairmen of the committee In, charge. There will 'be cards, lunch, and dancing. Another Guild party is scheduled for February 5 at the hall, with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gilbrido as committee in charge. Other Society News. A Legion benefit bridge party at the hall Tuesday night was well attended. There were nine tables, and Mrs. G. D. Brundage and H. L. Gilmore won the high scores, Mrs, H. E. Relmer the cut prize. The Presbyterian Helping Hand society will meet with Mrs. J. 1i. Coleman next week Thursday; Mrs; C. F. Specht and Mrs, A. E. Kre- eensky, assisting hostesses. Mrs. F. W. Wehler entertained 20 women at bridge Saturday night. The high scores were won by Mrs. D. D. Paxson and Mrs. H. E, Rist', Refreshments were served. The 4-H A'lethean club of Union township will have a hake and candy sale Saturday at the Ander^ eon meat market. The Legion Auxiliary will meet tomorrow night ait the Legion This will he a party. ALGONA BOY 35 YEARS AGO, ISJURIEO HERE Dr. Frank Wartman, Algonian 35 years ago, died last week Tuesday at Cherokee, and was brought to Algona for burial last Thursday, services were held at the Merritt fun' eral home, with the Rev. F. H. Webster officiating, and burial wa» made Jn Riyervlew. Doctor Wartman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Scuyler' Wartman, was born May 15, J874 at JCankakee, 111. He spent his boyhood In Iowa, attending Algona and MarshaWown schools, the state college at Ames, and was graduated from the college of medicine of prake University. He located at Hobart, OW»., where he practiced till 20 years «*o, when his health failed, and since that «!£«> bB faa» m*4» MB borne wtox bja tbrejB «lsters, Mrs. Minnie B, Drake, •Mason City. Mrs. goa Ryan,, Fort Plain Silks 79c Values to $3.50 yard. Annual Silk Hosiery Clearance Gigantic Clearance of Hundreds of Pairs , Gordon V-Line Heel . Full Fashioned Silk HOSE Chiffon and Service Including gunmetal,' light gunmetal, caress, fall tone, Spprtan, and all popular shades in sizes 8y 2 to 10. One pair__. $1.19 Three pairs for _ $3.00 Lined Gloves Women's and children's fine leather gloves with warm fur, knit, -wool, or fleece lined. 1 / OFF Fabric Gloves = Van Raulto fine fabric gloves SS In many popular colors and a; all sizes « to 8>/j, Including S values to $1.35. SB 59c | Kid Gloves S Washable capeskin suede and jjS French kid gloves, Including S5 values to $3.46—sizes C to SS $1.95 Table Damask fiO-lii. multi-colored 'triple con* trast border damask Is the newest In modern table affairs. 69c Curtain Panels Flue lace curtain panels ~3& yards long and 36 to 46 In. ivlde—fine fringed lower edges or hemmed. $1.00 Ruffled Curtains In white or pastel shades, contrast color trim, or plain colors—2>4 yards with: tie backs to match. ' • 79c Sister and Brother New Dress Suits The newest In kiddles' apparel are these silk and wool feather -weight garments, In pastel shades, for both boys and girls, sizes 9 to 6. Algona — Iowa I $1-95 =| llllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIH PEBBLE IS TAKEN FROM WOMAN'S KNEE Dr. P. V. Janse removed a pebble from 'the left knee of Mrs. Samuel Hedrlck last week Tuesday. Mrs, Hedrick was '•seriously injiyed last •July, when a, trailer In which she was riding became disconnected from an automobile at a point 3us,t this side -of Spencer and she was rolled for some distance on a gravel road. The knee and other parts of, her body . were cut or bruised severely, three ribs were broken, and her skull fractured, 4 Spencer doctor- removed a large amount of gravel from the cuts, but because of swelling around the knee one pebble, rectangular In shape and about, half an Inch long, by a quarter inch square, was overlooked. The knee had troubled Mrs. » o and a Mrs. fasten, LOS gelef, T TM> t»4y TW . «9 ttef ¥*«(er»Qa fljiyM^ *P?% thenc« t? ^Atoaai.jy,.^ for several months, but It was not till a week ago that It was decided that some foreign object was embedded In the flesh. The pebble, Which was clean and therefore causey no infection, was firmly embedded In a pocke* of flesfe from Which, it was rather difficult to re- mpye it. , Mrs, ^edrlck'e condition after tlje accident was so critical that the 4«fijpr aj Spencer ybo treated her felt tha^ there W» R«t W<* hops for her life. Some time later be at Algona, and called at ' Mrs. Hedrlck would see him. The doctpp was surprised, remarking, 'Why, I thought she was buried ong ago!' 1 SAM GREENFIELD DIES; LONG ILL WITH CANCER Irvlngiton, Jan. 27 *— Funeral services for Samuel' Greenfield were held at the Laird chapel Monday afternoon at two o'clock. Mr. Greenfield, , a long sufferer with cancer, died Sunday. The Rev. Mr. png- h officiated using as his text the words, "For I know that my Redeemer liveith, 1 ' Job 19:25. "Mrs, V. J. Schichtl and Mrs. A. McLean, both"'of Irvngton, sang two duets, 'Face to Face", and "Just as I Am." They were accompanied at the- piano by Mrs. Fred Gelgel. Burial was made at Riverview cemetery^ Mr. Greenfield was born August l, 1861 In De Ifalb county, Illinois. He came to Iowa with his parents in ilS54 ani} settled near State Center, where he was married to Emma Norrls In April, 1873. The Greenfields then moved to Qayfpr- nla, where Mra. Greenfield died at Riverside in 1819, Mr. Greenfield returned to Iowa lj» 1J24, and Wvefl ^th ¥r. a«a Mrs. Willtom Greenfield, at ton till Ws rental to, the J hpspltai to Algona, two years af o. He has been suffering with a cancer Offers opportunities to the 'man with ample SAVINGS i» tfce next year, you will see clothing, home furnishings, et cetera, as you never seen before. Will you be able to tafce age? Start saving today. |1 opens an account;, The Kossuth County ^BP ^FW^^^F^^ ^w^p'^^P^r^f ^w ., ~\p'
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