Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1931 · Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE A, D, CLARKE ONCE HELPED SAVEYEOM (Continued from page one the time to be your Forerr you hnd heller got someone c can devote the time to it." was one way of telling Ihe Doctor that he [Mr. Clarke] would not be responsible In case they upon to pay this claim. You can imagine how Doctor Paul felt on his way home. pressed with the realization that his great hope for the future of the organization was going to be lost, because he knew that if this brother died the Brotherhood of . Yeomen would die with him, and he •prayed to God that the man might get -well. Reconsiders and Lends When he returned to the sick bed he found the man greatly improved and by an act of Divine Providence this brother Yeoman recovered; this -was the beginning of the life of our great organization, which grown and expanded to all parts of the jurisdiction today. Later Mr. Clarke reconsidered the matter, became our first president, and did advance money lo gel Ihe organization on a going basis. Mr. Edens laler move City from Algona and organized the Sioux City Homestead at the request -of Doctor Paul. Though he actively engaged in Yeoman today, he has the interest i society at heart ancl still holds mem- j 'bership in the Sioux City -stead. Society Grows Rapidly. ^!TI going over in my mind this in- 'teresting story of the fo •our great organization, I lielp Taut marvel at its vast expansion and strength today, grown into one of the largest organ- 'izatlons of its kind in the country. There has been a steady increase in ' the growth of assets and reserves for the past several years, and there ' Is now no question in our minds as ' to the society being able to take care of all claims promptly. ' • greatest service, besides having provided for a surplus fund so thai Ihe 'members mighl receive somelhlng in 'the form of dividends. 'But in our pride in the organization let us not forget Doctor and his followers, who weathered the storms of hardship that enjoy the protection and fraternity of the Brotherhood Yeomen. of PAGERS NAMED FOR 5 11931 BASEBALL TEAM • • !"•% ED iim JLIJ fiLR jne.i cf\£*i t^t r \y ^^^^!m y ^M^ JL f&*~£* • V C J^^ _8kS^f wT~a^ Women Indorse M'orlrt C'ourl — The county federation of woman's clubs met at the Presbyterian church at Dakota Tuesday, with 100 women attending. The hostess clubs were from Lakota, Ledyard, and i Swea t'ity. A nusnifss MH.-»JI.IU^ »*«».^ lan, and ; lu , ](1 m tne forenoon and was fol- else who 1 lowed by a luncheon at the church Which at noon. .. [ The afternoon's program befrnn at cu not be •e called tor Paul was de- that his the or- lost, be- brolher merican and he n might onPj'- sick 'bed nproved evidence ed; and e life of ch has )arts of red the e.sidenl, gel Ihe s. 3 Sioux zed Ihe request is not work nf tho JL Lll'.. s m c m Home- Ihis in- ling of uld not expan- having organ- ounlry. ease in eserves d Ihere :nds as ke care is our iff pro- hal Ihe ling in ganiza- r Paul red Ihe might ternity nerican : OR 'EAM nmend- Stewart ger, oi lur Hln 1:80, and the chief number was a talk by Mary Ida "Winder, of \Vash- ing-ton, D. C., on the World Court. After her talk it was voted to send a telegram lo President Hoover urging him to call a special session of the Senate to consider the World Court C. R LaBarre next Tuesday afternoon .The program, in charge of Mrs. Sylvia Gtmn, will b e of a musical nature, Mrs. D. D. Paxson and Mrs. Margaret Hofmaster will be assisting hoslesses. At a meeting of the W. C. T. U. nt Mrs. W. II. Lease's Tuesday, the following new members were received: Mrs. Magdaline Pierce, Mrs. Priscilla Stockwell, Mrs. J. A. Freeh, Mrs. Chris. Wallukait, and Mrs. Orville Klkins. Stella Mae Breen entertained her bridge club at the Philip Schenicl home last Thursday night Anna Buss and .Mabel DeGraw won the high scores. Mrs. Merle Schwletert \vas a guesl of the club. Mrs. H. \V. Plelch entertained her bridge club last Thursday night, and •Mrs. R. H. Spencer won the high .score. .Mrs. Spencer, Mrs. H. J. L-icy, and Mrs. E. A. Murtagh were question. A petition signed by near- r , U]b gucsts ly everyone present urged Senator • ,p| ]o congregational Aid will meet Dickinson to use his influence towards joining the Court. Other numbers on the program were: trumpet eolo by Mrs. Johnson, Lakota; reading by Lorraine Smith, Lakota; two violin solos, Rubenstein's Melody in F and Tofti's Goodbye, Virginia Fultz, Lakota; vocal solo, Mrs. Oran O'Keefe, La- kola; piano solo, Grace Rink, Ledyard. The nexl counly federation meeting will be held in May at Lu Verne, with the Lu Verne, Burl, .Tilonka, and Fenlon clubs as hoslesses. Algonians who attended were Ella Thompson, Mrs. B. P. Richardson, Mrs. Lura Sanders, and Mrs. D. D. Paxson. Count}- leg-Ion Auxiliary Meets— A county Legion Auxiliary quarterly meeting was held at "Wesley Tuesday afternoon, and Mrs. F. H. Webster, counly chairman, presided. After a business meeting, Mrs. W. ,1. Denlon, Tilonka, Tenlh district publicity chixirnitin, and Mrs. Idn. E. Larson, Swea City, state publicity chairman, gave reports of a presidents and secretaries' meeting at Des Moines last month. Mrs. J. C. Underkofler, president of the Britl unit, and a Mrs. Muhm, Hancock county Auxiliary chairman, gave talks. Reports were given by Ihe presidents of eight of the nine units in the county. After Ihe program refreshments were served by the Wesley unit. There were 75 women present. The next quarterly meeting will be held at Lone Rock. Algonians in attendance besides Mrs. Webster were Mrs. G. D. Brundage, Mrs. John Button, Mrs. W. S. Lee, Mrs. L. M. Merrill, Mrs. H. E. Reimer, Mrs. Charles Walker, Mrs. -Fred Bartholomew, and Mrs. Glen Walker. There will be a joint Legion and Auxiliary "pep" meeting of the Tenth dislricl at Fort Dodge next week Thursday. Two Wedding- Dnteg Observed— Mr. and Mrs. James Allen observed : their fifth wedding anniversary last week Wednesday. In honor of the occasion relatives and friends dropped in for the evening. Bridge was played with Mrs. L,. W. Swanson, Whittemore, a.nd W. C. Good winning the high scores. The Al- lliis afternoon at 3 o'clock, and a business meeting will be followed by a program and a 25c supper served by Mrs. C. R. LaBarre's division. Mrs. O. W. Erickson entertained her bridge club Saturday night, and Mrs. E. L. DeZeller and Mrs. J. J. Holtebauer won Ihe 'high scores. Mrs. DoZc'.ler was a guest of the club. The Bapt'st Aid will meet this afternoon at Mrs. Arthur Helberg's; assisting hostesses, Mesdames G. H. Ogg, Cora Bowman, Barr, and Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. William Hawcott entertained at two tables of bridge Friday night. Di'. H. M. Olson and his sister Mabel won the high scores. There w-ill be a "Boom-Boom" dance at the I. O. O. F. hall tonight. Balloons will carry out a carnival effect. Mrs. H. E. Rist entertained the Get-Together bridge club at a covered-dish luncheon Monday. ALGONIAN IS HELD ON LIQUOR CHARGE Robert Schoby was arrested last week Wednesday at the M. & St. L-. railroad yards, when he was caught- with liquor in a passenger coacl'T which stands over night on a sidetrack. Depuly Sheriff Harris and Marshal Newville hacf been suspicious of Schoby, and they followed him to the stalion. When he got out of his car and entered tl'ie coach, the officers entered. According to their testimony Schoby ran to the end .of the car when he ea-w them, and there -broke two botlles- of what the officers think was alcohol. After the arrest 32' empty half- pint botlles were found in his car. He demanded a hearing before Jus- lice Winkel, and denied possession of liquor. He admilled that he had bought the botlles at the . James drug: slore, but' gave .no* plausible reason for th'e purchase. : It was shown that there were 3S bottles In the case he purchased, but he explained the missing- bottles' were defective and had been thrown away. Schobv was bound to the cra-nd eOARDIS - fiVxFxvl 'FiGOLOul By Henry Assessor of We Wesley, Feb. 2( the Advance befor appeared a reporl tween the county five supervisors '. Harris, of Garfielt i were accused' of b Now, Mr. Harris shouldered and ar our own loads at i not care to be ce entirely guilty. Tl assessors) were all ter. The supervi power to Its full our wages as low did not use us rig course the assesac that, and therefor surprised. The report said called our bluff by nations. True, but the supervisors. they act when in they want notntna Economy is a g county, but would try il all around, spect of course — i will even cut theii to our astonishme This comment v appeared but for friends who have for nearly 20 yea them no cause to dence In me. * MRS, WHELAI VICTIM, BUR Funeral services day for Mrs. Novel 72, who died last at the Kossuth ho had been a patien mobile accident M accident she suffe err ribs and a sepa when a car in wi- log- with Mr. and saddle to Bancroft other car. Funeral services. Merrftt Funeral t wa-s: made In Rlv Mrs-., i Whalen had since last May wi Jernvfe Yanderlind< Seth'- B'. 'Cairy', of Champion', Is a ne Besides the inju the atfciaent, Mrs. witli^ perrrici'cras an Ihe last sh"e refu She suffered- a sei accident. .• ALGONA POWER PFTFRRAT UCLCDnnl Evidence of the fnmp" of-" A 1 ironn''^ T MARCH WRITES 20—In an Issue of In which "Wash" The fact Is, wo (the ce in the mat- used their used to How differently the urging of been' true to me s. I shall give lose that confi- were held Frl- ! Letitia Whalen, veek Wednesday pital, where she ; since an auto- rch 12. In this which she was ricl- Rlverview cemetery, made her home with a sister, Mrs. ;n, here. 'Editor the Whittemore ihew. ries sustained In Whalen suffered amia and towards sed nourishment. OLD FELLOWS & REBEKAHS AT LU VERNEMJOY PARTY Lu Verne, Mar. 3—The Odd Fellows and Rebokahs recently re-decorated their hall and celebrated last week Tuesday. Among out of town guests were Past Grand Master Guy M. Butts, Wesley; Past Assembly President May me Butts, also of Wesley; other Weslej'ans; and J. F. Fisher and A. M. Peterson, Titonka. The Rainbow' orchestra played, Owenotha Jones and Phyllis Llchty sang a duct, also Mrs. Harold Sorenson and Ruby Godfrey, De Rae and Ruby Godfrey played an instrumental duet, and talks were given by Messrs. Butts, Fisher, and Peterson. There were 76 persons In attend- LEGAL NOTICES his 1U11D 1 Cl.'-i * >.-\.i JIIIUI.T e>" - — - . , T-rrt 11 1 team at a I- is t Thursday nisht Mr. and Mrs. Jury by Justice .Wjnkel, and Tnoso at- simon Allen Sr.. observed their 54th bond was fixed at i?l,000.,Bond was 'Aubrey Bonham was 'ed as playing manager, and Stewart McFadden as business manager, or ^ 'the 1!)31 Algona baseball team by the lens received many •members of hint year's •meeting Monday hisht. •tending were Bonhmn, Butler, Hill, ^' e ' c {a"i'ng" anniversary by entertain- given and he was released. '.-"Marty, MeFadden, Seanlan, Vinson, ing t.heir children. James, Mrs. W. Proceedings have been started to 'and Watts. /.. C. Good, and Simon Jr. Mrs. James confiscate the Schoby u.930 Chevro- Albert Granzow was appointed to Allen, Mr. Good, and Mrs. Simon let coupe, which; officers allege was conduct a. drive for funds, and was Allen' were also in attendance, and used in conveying liquor. given authority to name his own t)ie en tertiUnment was cards. Mr. assistants. Howard Vinson was au- ancl JIrs Allen Sr. were presented thorized to contract with Andrew Godfredson for the playing field, and James Watts was authorized to contract for a catcher. All con- gift, from the children. \V. C. T. U. Worker Speaks Here— Mrs. Mayme Elsham, Britt, field- tracts, however, were to be subject worker and organizer for the W. C. to the approval of board of the club, \weeks ago. the governing T. U., has been here since Saturday, named some she spoke five times Sunday before local organizations. She addressed Wages for the first game are to | the Presbyterian and Congregational •waived by the players and the I Sunday schools in the morning, and at 3 o'clock spoke at a meeting at the Presbyterian church. 1 In the evening, she spoke at a Methodist Epworth League meeting, and later spoke at the Baptist church. Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Klsham spoke before the local \V. C. T. U. at the home of Mrs. W. H. Lease and also money is to be uscid to replace worn suits. Players and the manager are receivo a maximum of $5 per game, and at the end of the season participate in the division of remainder of the funds. will the DEALS SEE DROUGHT SyFFERERS IN SOUTH conducted bers. services for new mem- .Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal got home one day last week from a U. S. and Canada, painters' convention at Memphis, Tenn., held February 1014. Mr. Deal attended as delegate from Iowa, having- been chosen at a state convention at 'Waterloo in January, when he also was elected presidenl of the Iowa Association of Master Painters. Mrs. Deal attended as president of the state woman's auxiliary. The Deals drove to Memphis and after the convention motored through Alabama, slopping at Muscle Shoals. At Mena, Ala., In a drought district, they heard that a carload of produce from Iowa and niinois was to be distributed among sufferers the following day. Their next stop was New Orleans, where they arrived during the great P re- Lenten festivilies of the Mardi Gras. They saw a greal parade four times, and Mrs. Deal was fortunate to receive u souvenir given away. At New Orleans the Deals visited several ocean-going ships, including one from Holland. Their total mileage was Clnli Has 1'utrtotlc Vrofrrum— The Halcyon club met Friday night at Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Taylor's, and a three-course dinner was served at two long tables, centered with bouquets of flowers. Kleanor Lamuth, Betty Barry, and Evelyn Smith helped Mrs. Taylor serve. The after-dinner program was in charge of Supt. and Mrs. AVm. Shirley and was of a patriotic nature. _ The club sang patriotic songs, and Mrs. Shirley conducted a questionnaire on historical events. Another feature was a dance by Eleanor Backus and Sarah Doran. FUNERAL SERVICES ARE HELDFOH MOS.LOWMAN Funeral services were held last week Wednesday al Ihe home in Union township for Mrs. I.,. J. Lowman, G3, who died February 22 at her home. Burial was made at Rlvcrview, Algona. The Rev. A. H. Wood was the officiating clergyman. Mrs. Ijowman's maiden name was Laura A. Kizor, ancl she was born in Woodfurd county, Illinois, December 3, 1S07. There she spent her childhood. She was married January 20, IS'.iO, to Lewis John Lownuui, and in 190S the family left Illinois and moved to Union township, where they have since lived. Mrs. Lowman is survived by five children: Ira, at home; Mrs. Iva William, Whittemore; Mrs. Cora Smith, Burt; Roy and Lewis Jr., Algona. Her husband and ten grandchildren ajso survive. To Sponsor Boxing. Hagg post members voted Tues- dfty nlgnt to sponsor a series of box- Ing exhibitions In the near future, 9.04 a committee is to be appointed Wulanyans Name New Officers— The \Vatanyans mel at the Tib bells tea room Tuesday night foi dinner, and afttr dinner there v/as a business meeting at which new of s were elected; president, Mary Mitchell; vice-president, Amy John son; t:ereeu>ry, Rachel Clayton tre.-imn-er, Anna Buss; 'itwo-y'eai directors Dora Car.sqn and Clarice Amesbiiry; one-year director, Laura Mitchell, retiring president. The clul was organized eighl years ago, am there are 20 aclive members. Kuthfi-ine f'uvanuugh 17; Party— Kathcrlne Cuvanaugh enterlaine eight girls at the home of Jier sis, ter, Mrs. James Allen, Friday night the occasion being her'17th birthda anniversary. Five hundred was played and Margaret Lie-liter wo the high score. CO-OP OIL STATION IS DISCUSSED HERE The courtroom 'was half filled with 70 men Saturday in a meeting for discussion of a locally-owned gasoline station.- Under the plans as outlined at the meeting slock in the concern will be sold in $25 shares lo farmers and Algona car owners. A limil of 300 shares of -slock was proposed, f.nd no person could hold more than Iwo shares. The plan of operation includes selling gasoline at the same price as other gas stations. Gas would be sold lo'anyov.o, but holders of stock would be given slips entitling them to share pro rata in the profits of the station. In addition a dividend would probably be paid on the stock. Tho organizers believe that the price ol' fe-as-oline is too high, and that a cooperative oil station would aitve money for those who drive' ears f.xlensively. Hugh Raney was chosen chairman- t' the uiteling, with J. M. Patler- as secretary. A committee ap- oinlcd to investigate was composed f Mr. Raney and Mr. Patterson, C. Mawdsley, Wm. Runchey, E. B. McCorkle, Ray McWhortei", N. . Smith. Win. Dodcls, and M.. Pi. Christiansen. Another meeting will e held March 21 for a report from lie committee. far-flung good light and" power plant accumulates. .Scores of requests for information arrive 1 from- far- and near. Mrs. J. B. Ames; Oalcesv. N. D., who was one of the Schryver girls in Union township years ago, sends down a copy of her liome paper In a which a long clipping abotit the Alg-ona plant taken- from- the' Pierre, S. D., Daily Capital-Journal appears. ' Oakes is talking- of bull'd'ihg .a city-owned plant. • The success of tlie local plant, is cited wherever municipal Ownership is in issue. •• '. ' PHILLIPS WINS K,0, IN INITIAL ROUND Clarence philllps won a technical knock-out at Mason City last Thursday night, when he put Whitey Baker, Newton scrapper, out on Ms feet In the first round of a *cheduled 0-round fight. Early In the bout Phillips-pumped a hard left to Baker's heart. Baker dropped to the canvas, but got up immediately. A few seconds later a right and left from Philllps cracked Baker in the head, and he went down for a count of two. A repeat sent him weaving around the ring, and Referee Kelly stopped the bout after a minute and 15 seconds wfren It became evident that Baker dl'dl not know what he was doing. As usual, a big crowd of AlgonlaHB 1 followed Phillips and encourage* him. The Algona scrapper Is making- a name for himself over the 1 north half of the state, and soon will have some real fights. Ba-fcer substituted for Leonard .Toliirson, Forest City boxer who was sick with- influenza. Johnson and PmTlTTrer had fought at Mason City two or three weeks before, and Phillips won a decision. LU 1 VEfflTE QUINT TO ENTER GDLDFIELD B. B. TOURNEY Lu VerneV Mar. 3 — A boys' sec- tional'basketball tournament will be held at GblffffeM this week Thursday, i Friday, and Saturday. Lu Verne plays- Bode at 7 p. m. Thursday. There: are 19 teams in the •tournament; and there, will be 11 games. IirGlkaB- A are Belmond, Davis, Eagle Grove, Clarion, Goldfield, and'Hamptonr in Class B, Alexander, Kanawhav LIvermore, Bode, Lu Verne, Ottosen, Corwith, Renwick, Rowan; DaTcota City Th'or, Gilmore City; and" West Bend. OLD F, N, BUILDING, BURT, IS SOLD TO THE NEW BANK Burt, Marv 3'— : TTre'First National bank building-was sold at auction for-$4,000 by W. .C". Pyle, receiver Monday afternoon- to* the new Burt Savings bank- iir process of organization. A previous bid of $3,50C had been received'.' Tnls is the old Burt Natlona) twb-stqry building on the north sid6.'Ot;.lirain street. The original First .National building on the. south side-^of the. street was sold some months agD'ito Dr. J. G- Clap saddle, •,. .' ':', ' • •, NOTICE • In the District Court of Iowa, In and for Kossuth county. State of Iowa, Plaintiff, vs. One Certain Automobile, Defendant. To R. H. Schohy: You are hereby notified that there was on the 26th day of February, A. D. 193fr an Information filed In the office of'the Clerk of the . District Court against _pne certain automobile descrl-bed ns follows: Chevrolet 1030 coupe, Factory No. -13197, 1931 license No, Bfi-310-l. That said Information alleges that to the best knowledge of the Informer It is your property and that the samo was on the 25th day of February used In the transportation of Intoxicating liquor. You are hereby further notified that the said information filed In the abbVo entitled court Is in compliance w'iVh Section "2006 of the 10^7 Code of Iowa, and asks that the said conveyance be condertmed and dealt \vltii" according to law and that nfie hearing on said fnattef wilt come oiv before District Court' of Iowa in and for Kossuth county, at the. Court House, Algona, Iowa, an the iStW day of April, A. ±>. 1931, at 2 o'clock p, m., at which time and place you may appear and • show cause, if any you have, why such vehicle should not bo forfeited and dealt with as provided by law, ; Dated tills 2Cth day of February, A. D, 1931. GAYLORD D. SHUMWAY, ' County Attorney, 25-26 Koasuth county, Iowa. AIADtf* MINT ADS C **" — Want LADY AND work by th Lucas sts., p DAU C'HTRlfl FOR SALE -I~ tmine good ones.—C ' 20J.: SOL 1 i>i-wi. FOR SALIC— MAI; her: wngon, ciUUv- or tongues; v- 1Uo ,. j evon C r s ' bolsters, wngm, t ,, '' ' saw mill prim..,.— y S phone 2S ' ' lady finds complete roll, band. Specialists hom. ed. .Nothing to .soil. weretl.—Mrs. C!co D-2, 6900 La FayettT Detroit, Mich. piiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinaRiuiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiinfliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnRiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin To Market — To Market!! To Buy — New Spring Go< "Where You Feel at Home" Mr. Hauberg is in the market, this week, seta mew goods for the main floor store. He is there I gather new ideas — new suggestions for the « Spring season. This store specializes its service:—one man 5j tay to cover the entire raregje «vf women's wants. Mr.. Hfeeuberg will _ S the customers of this store the newest style tendencies; ini both yard g! S and accessories. . ThTafs why the hosiery;, untferwrear,. purses, gloves, yard goads which you 1 5 here 1 are different—show/ thatt gwod! taste which comes from 1 , personal selection E Ebtnm the excellent habit of trading here where dependable merchandise is i g efficient courteous clerks atf tfie; maw low prices. Do it now!! ^IIIIIIIUlHHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillllllllllllllllllllllllH IJHIIIIIIIIHIIIIIHIIIIIIU | Your Figure — Improve MURRAY' PRESIDENT OF NEW LAKOTA COMMERCIAL CLUB Lakota, Mar. 3' — LaRota business The men organized a Commercial club last week Tuesday evening : and elected' Dr. IT. H. Murray president and' Art, Sclilssel secretary-.treasurer, A board' of directors, composed of E'. R. Worley, I.. H. Wortman, and W. E'. Ley, was elected and directed to draw up by-laws. Twenty members signed'up and paid dues for the first quarter. The second Tuesday of each month was designated as meeting night, and the local chapter of Royal Neighbors will serve a monthly banquet. • Corner Grocery and Meats We are- enjoying a very nice busi ness and/ surq-; appreciate your tronage. Glad' * lo> meet our friends, as well' as so many pa- old Wins Air Lieutenancy. Burt, Mar. 3—Luther, son of Mr. and Mrs: G. U. Fairbanks, was'grad- uated' from the Air Corps, Advanced Flying- School, Kelly Field, Tex., Friday, and was commissioned second lieutenant in the Air Corps Re- HEHB Atyl! SttjfE SPECIALS Fill!) AY". A2FB- SATURDAY 4 large cans of .saoice •; — ,1 near, peach, 1 pineapple; 1 prune; $1.0 value. . SPECIAL __________________ 4 No. 2 sifce> vegetables — 1 corn, peas, 1 tomatons, 1 string beans, reg ular value' SOrr. SPECIAL __________________ iua 8 COITEE— . 37a CATHOLIC QUINT DEFEATS VARINA, LOSES TO BOONE St. Cecelia's basketball team,..won he opening game and lost in the second round of the Catholic school .ourney at Forl Dodge last week. The Algonians won from Varina 1710 in Ihe opening lill of the tourney Friday, but • drppped the second game to Boone the same day. Hag garty, St. Cecelia guard, was named on the second all-tourney team, and Hansen and Kelly were given honor mention. Boone, victor over Algona was defeated -in the semi-finals by the tournament wanner, Daribury. Two Sales 63c 'value. . SPECIAL ___________ i ______ ; The .Farmers Lumber company, Corwith, is announcing a public auction of farm implements to take place next Tuesday afternoon. C. W. Patterson, two miles north of Burt, announces a sale of 80 Hampshire bred gilts next week Thursday. He ..will also sell some Guernsey heifers and a small line of farm machinery. "Where Service and Quality Meet" ( GIVE THOUGHT TO YOUR I FOUNDATION GARMENT Buy GosSrd 59c 29c Other Society News Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reimer ant Mr. and Mrs. N. V. Lowe enlerlain ed at a It-course 0:30 dinner Monda evening. St. Patrick's colors wei used in the decorations, and eac table was centered with carnatioi tinted green. Bridge was played a seven 'tables, a.nd Mrs. H. L. Gilmo and Dr. F. 13. Sawyer won the high scores, Mrs. D. P. Smith and W. E. Hawcott the consolations. Mrs. George Mahoney entertained a few friends al dinner Friday evening in honor of Mr. Mahoney's 50 birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Loonier, Armstrong, were out-of lown guests, and remained over Saturday. The evening was spent at bridge. The Alpha Delphians will meet next week Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. F. F. Barker, and the program will consist of a review of the play, "A Servant in the House," by Galsworthy. (Mrs. H. L. Gilmore will give the review. The D. A. R. will meet with Mrs. at you? Sarm Why bother hauling feed back and forth to town, when wo grind your oats, corn, etc. right ax your (arm, at lowest' pricea. We bring our oig "Silver'' ;nill out any time you say, no rr-ibipc charge, no job too large or' small. ,'.: -.tiatac- tion guaranteed. Thinl: or liii; work you save I Phone us (we pay for the call). Port atrte MilSta5 Co. ALGONA, PHONE 47 WHITTEMOBE, PHONE W Market Day SALE •—at the— TBIPP BARN IN ALGONA SATURDAY; MARCH 7 20 good brood sows 20 good ewes A lot of feeding hogs Good horses and cattle Five .bushels of clover seed Some machinery Be on hand if you want some bargains. n n n nnnn nnnni 10 bars,. SPECIAL .. NO. 10 FEARS— Regular 75c value. SPECIAL- ..._ BBB.n JEM/V POWDER— 5 pk-gs., SPECIAL We ulso Iiavu u complete lino of all binds fresh, salt, smoked and cooked Meats. A trial order of our meats ivlll convince you. Highest Market Prices for Eggs. H,R,SORENSEN&GO, PHONE 159 No;womaii should neglect her most precious asset—her appearance-! With changing styles — changing, lines—the foundation garment Becomes of in-imary importance. ; No dress or coat will look well if your hips are too large, or your figure awkward. We offer you a real city coi-aet service. ' H' Miss'Kerr is ait experienced corsetiere — thor- g oughly understands the fitting of foundation . S garments, and is a pleasant agreeable saleslady' 5 You'll be delighted with these' 'lovely new Gos| sards—so reasonable in price—so satisfactory in | • styling, and sold with painstaking effort to : 'please. ,' ?< ,->•;, . . . ' . s ' ' -A ,.;'•;• I PRICED 3,50 $5,001$8,50 •v Gpliqrd combination* «M 'fourth* figure to such u>*wn onbVoken symmetry und«r . th* most clinging frock«-1 many»wom?n prefer lh*!-;l ' girdles. Shown here, i» « princess combination batiste in pink or pe Elastic inserts allow e and give perfect fit. 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