Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 30, 1931 · Page 2
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PACE TWO Food Sale! Make A&P Food Stores headquarters for your week-end marketing. VAN CAMP'S OR Campbell's Beans 3 CANS 2Oe Gorton's Codfish 2 s-oz. CANS 29c Ralston's Cereal . . >KG. 23e Sugar C&H CANE 100 IBS. $4-95 Sugar BEET, 100 IBS. . 4.75 m — DVOI1V PAG Soap . . . Pahnoliv* Beads . ...i' ...; 3 CANS 17e • 10Bars2»c . 3 PKGS. 25c 3 SM. PUGS. 23.C URGE PACKAGE, |Vc IONA FULL STANDARD QUALITY GBEEN Cut Beans NO. 2 CANS Fruits and Vegetables Bananas Oranges Lemons Radishes Grapefruit Cauliflower Strawberries Selected Ohio Seed Potatoes d» f Northern Stock, per bushel «P ••• • A&P Food Stores DIVISION A! New Automobile Insurance Service Announced by KOSSUTH COUNTY MOTOR CLUB Realizing the public demand for a more complete service in automobile insurance we have organized the KOSSUTH COUNTY MOTOR CLUB OF IOWA for the purpose ' of furnishing each and every automobile liability and property damage policy holder of our agency with a membership certificate granting the following benefits and privileges: $1,000 PERSONAL ACCIDENT INSURANCE — Pays you to case you are hurt in an automobile accident. AUTOMOBILE TOWING COVERAGE — Reimburses you In case your car has to be towed to a garage. BAIL BOND SERVICE—-Furnishes bond in event of traffic raJe violation. J/JEGAL ADVICE—Complete information given on all legal problems regarding your car. COMPLETE ROAD MAP SERVICE — Up-to-date maps Available to all members free. ACCIDENT REPORT SERVICE—Reimburses you for all phone or wire expense in reporting claims. RADIATOR PLATE AND IDENTIFICATION CARD— Metal tag furnished for car, together with proper Identifica- . tJtxn card. < REMEMBER—The above protection and membership Is • gives to you through our agency with your Automobile Lla- feUIl; anil Property Damage Policy. There Is no additional cost for this service. Onr rates on all light four and six cylinder cars per jre*r, »ism On hearler ears, $16.50 per year. Also very low rates on fire, theft, and collision insurance-. Can be written all In one policy or separate. DONT WAIT UNTIL IT IS TOO LATE— MAKE TOUR AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE UP-TO-DATE by insuring with — THE — Algona Insurance Agency Phone 55 R. La Bam (1st door north Iowa St. Bk) Al Falkenhalner White's GROCERY WEEK END SPECIAL -ONE CAN OF EACH- COBN PEAS JfBAUT HOMINY TOMATOES FORK AND BEANS STRING BEANS KIDNEY BEANS *Vi "%' v*"^Swy* y^-p^'i' Si' l» ^ f t \ ? ft* KOSSUTtt COUNT* AflVANCB, ALGONA, IOWA NELLIE HAUSER, ONCE LUVERNE RESIDENT, DIES Lti Verne, Apr. 28 — The funeral C Nellie Hauser, who died April 4 at the home of her sister, Mrs. Jertha Straclian, Belle Plaine, vns held at the Evangelical church iere Sunday, the Rev. David Lang n charge. A short funeral service vas first held at 1:30 at the home f a local sister, Mrs. James God rey. The sermon was delivered by he Rev. O. L. Bergeman, presiding elder of Fort Dodge district, who icrved seven years as pastor of the >dar Falls Evangelical r church vhere the deceased was a member Nellie was born . November 15 1889, near Van Horn, and was eighl when her parents moved to the Folrvllle neighborhood, northeast 01 u Verne. , In 1S114 they' moved to Cedar Falls. Last January Nellie feil sick and was taken to Mrs Strachan's. Surviving are: her mother, (Mrs John Hauser, and five sisters; Mrs odfrey and .Mrs. Merton Barton Lu Verne; .Mrs;. William Schultz, Livermore; Mrs. Rosa Terree, Prai- •ie du Chlen, Wis.; and Mrs.' Strachan; also two brothers, Fred, of Van Horn, and George of Cedar Falls. Burial was made In the family lot In the Lu Verne cemetery. man, Mansfield, la, and his daugh- I :er Georgia, spent Monday with reU atives at Algona. The Methodist Aid' meets at the Community hall this week Wednesday, Mrs. A. L. Spooner, Mrs. Harry Lichty, and Mrs. J. J. Hu- oer, hostesses. The F. A. Nivers, Mrs. Marie Brutnmond, and the J. M. Christen- sens drove to Webster City Sunday to visit the R. L. Peltzkes. Thora Boman, Churdan, was here Friday and Saturday, giving violin and pano lessons and visiting her sister Qeraldine. The Rev. A. J. Koonce expects to finish school May 1, and beginning next Sunday services will be held every Sunday. Mrs. Harold Sorenson and Mrs. Archie Sanford will entertain at four tables of rook this week Tuesday evening. Mrs. A. L. Spooner and her aged mother, Mrs. Priscllla Shafer,' are spending a week at Lloyd Spooner'e, Fort Dodge. ........... The Clifford. Holmes -family has moved to the' Burtls property;.'..recently vacated by Dr. R. L, Corbin. Coach and Mrs. Agard and Elsie Woods attended the Drake relays,. Des Molnesi Saturday. IWilton Olson, Forest City, student at Ames, called on friends here Saturday. • . • (ndoor Chautanqua Is Sncccss— An Indoor chautauqua sponsored by the Misses Snyenson and Gel- shecker, teachers of the 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grades, at the gym Friday evening: was well attended, and it realistically carried out the idea of five entertainments on as many evenings. Edward Lundebak, manager and announcer, and Geraldlne Boman, pianist, did fine work, ^on- GENERAL AND KELLY TIRES Don't drive with worn tires. It is dangerous. Our price is right. GLASS—Tour broken auto glass replaced while you wait Non-shatter windshield glass for Model A Fora installed for $5.00. JOE GREENBERG was concert night, nel: violins, Charlene The person- Christensen, Grant Jennings, Phyllis Lichty; saxophone, Armlntha Johnson; readers, Billy Chapman, Jeanette Henderson. Tuesday night was filled with special acts: Vagabond chorus, "Census Taker" and "A Capable Servant"; Wednesday night was dance night and included clever, captivating clowns and Japanese and balloon dances. Thursday was "play night", and "The Making of a Sheik" was given. The sheik, Byron Jones, had many laughable experiences. Friday night came the Coonville Jubilee Singers, Phyllis Lichty interlocutress, assisted by picanninies and chorus. The jokes were humorous and sentimental and the solos and group singing excellent. Mrs. Fi-Pd t,egler is Honored— Mrs. P. C. Lichty entertained in honor of her mother, Mrs. Fred Legler's 70th birthday Friday afternoon. Guests were members of the Methodist Sunday school's senior woman's bible class, and 1C iittend- ed. The afternoon was spent visiting and in contests. For dinner the sruests were seated at four tables centered with cut flowers in pink and white. The main feature was a large white birthday cake. The hostess was assisted in serving by Mrs. Florence Legler. Sunday afternoon the Leglers had their children and grandchildren at home for a family dinner. Mrs. Legler received many cards, letters, and flowers. There were ilfl relatives in atendance Sunday. a.nd out-of- town guests were the George Wat- kinsons, Garner. SWEA CITYANS GIVEN BOOSTS FOR TAXATION Swea City, Apr. 28—Twenty-two Swea City taxpayers recently _ had assessments raised by the co'uncli sitting iis a board of review: G. O.< Anderson, lot, $48 to $150; John S. Anderson, merchandise, $100 to $200; Dr. C. M. Lundquist, .home, £2092 tp' $2300;...MWB: Llnjl- gren, home, $1224 to $1500; Henry Myre, home, $2200 to $2400; L. O. McNeil, home, $1564 to $1800; Phillips Petroleurn company, merchandise, $560 to $660, and sta'tion, $500 to $800. Andrew Peterson, home, $2144 to $2300; August Peterson, home, $2000 to $2200; Standard Oil company, merchandise, $200 to $600, and station, .?700 to ?800; Mrs. Chris Thorson estate, house and lot, $2000 to $2300; J. L. Vaux, home, $1948 to $2100; Caroline Whitlow, home, $2032 to $2300, and moneys and credits, $1200 to $2400. Andrew J. Berens, old State bank building-, $4000 to $6000; William Blomster, automobile garage addition, $650; O. W. Blomster, merchandise, $1562 to $2062, and fixtures, $594 to $700; Cities Service Oil company, station, $348 to* $848; Farmers Savings bank building, $5000 to $6000. A. H. Hundeby, merchandise, $2160 to $2700; L. A. Haglund, home, $1800 to $2000; Charles Kesler, home, $1540 to $1700; G. S. Livermore, elevator, $4000 to $5000. Curious School Election Fight— The Harrison school district No. 2 had a strenuous time this year to get a new school director elected. The March election resulted in a tie, Mrs. Eclla Ovens and John Schueler having eight votes apiece. The usual way of breaking the tie by drawing lots was unsatisfactory to patrons, so Mr. Schueler withdrew and it was decided to have a special election. Then a. Mr. Wicker ran against Mrs. Ovens, and when the election was held last week Monday -he was elected by two church, Bancroft, last Tuesday morning, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. Fr. J. D. Flsch at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Walder was graduated from the Swea City high school, and after taking a normal training course taught school for several years. The couple will farm near Armstrong, Brotherhood Hears a Program— A meeting of the local Methodist M%n's Brotherhood last week Wednesday evening drew a large attendance. The program consisted Of a piano solo by Errol ' Yovrng; reading, Samuel Carter; and a trio, -Mr. and Mrs. John Ecklund: and 'a son. The hiain address was given by Professor Randall, of Waldorf college. Refreshments were served by August Peterson, Samuel Warburton, and A. Tokhelm. Methodist 1'astorg Conduct Drive— The Methodist pastors of the sub- district to which Swea City belongs were here. Monday and helped the Rey. B. L. Weaver conduct- a. d.rlVe for : Wesley" Foundation work among students In Ktate schools, and Swerf City went oVer the top on- its . quota 1 . The Rev^'Snyder, of.,. Fenton, -Paul, of Graettlheer/ Carver, jif Dolllyer, and. WlnterBtehu. of " Estherv^le Were the asslsftnirPastors. ' s ' ' School Board ,Hlfei ! ij^ach%' > - At..a spec(af;,pjWlng of ter Ruth, who'll* a. private secretary to a judge at Waterloo, Mrs. John Rath and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt and son spent Sunday at Henry fcathfl at ' Curlew. Evelyn Thompson spent Sunday at the -Manning home in Lotts Creek. The following were entertained at F. E, Genrlch's Sunday: the Russell Hodges, of Algona, the Arthur Ernsts, of Rutland, and Harold and Cora Hauck, of Humboldt. The Rev. 'S. M. Gladstone attended the Fort Dodge Presbytery last week Tuesday and Wednesday at Lakota. FaVorable reports from all tire churches were given. The Jim Ackermans spent Sun- OSCAR THOMAS IS DEAD; LIVED WITH SENECA RELATIVES Seneca, Apr. 28—Oscar Thomas, urtcle of Oscar and' Dan Pafjsrson .APRIL <r. glsson was ouse some yenrs ago. Imolil Anderson nt H« 9 n!t»i 1 Arnold Anderson l, n | , " mont hospital to have an , n y] oot cared for. Bob Dola ? ohn Saunders -v von t Up to " aturdny night. and Mrs. Henry . Rasmussen, at the Patterson home last ' died week day at-Raymond Selferts at Irvington Tom O'Donnell and *Ved FlaJg made a.-business trip to Fort Dodge last week Monday. The school will hold. :its annual picnic-the tot .day ot 'school,; and there wlll^-be'on exhibit by all the grades bf,.,wWkv ; fton*)-, during the '•''^rt.W- ''.''••• '''•' v- ; .*- '''../ l|i^ 8 &' : ''<:*o.Vd :'attended , a'.-.<Jan<C e.^wVat. iS'red.v.^v'eg^hefl'B: Saturday nlghif;' SW MjwlW ^nff-.flJu^^. ••"eVvtb)taWKJKl the. mUslC;//V V I. V .i .. v_/«l C* •- '-tif._,j|--k '.ft«,' Tuesday after a.week of pneumonia. He was 77. and had been making his home with nephews' '' an<t nlecr- Short funeral Services~were-h,eld • ai the home fe£i%',tn£t'week Wednesday mnrnlnfc.'Mtef {wjifeh'MjV an )l Mrs. Patterson, Mrl. 'Rasmusseh Oscar Patterson,; ,. the, > M- ! tfKia^°i'vr*to*.'v&: 4t|i.-|uqd^^tp?' W/ C^Wsiter*. Tho tele'fti "Sharps'-•^'enUOast..-week - .. , board Saturday ,- evening', Harold. '' Anderson was ''hired coach and high ' flcho He is at present His home Is at Barber Shop Has Victor Nelson again f h . as -athletic 'v. Instructor. at Ute. three The V C '- Mason 'Man . ^y./ ref^ed]' from ... w after applying for a'Posltlon for next year at Thompson, IH. ...... ' Lura Sewlck went to day night on -bu$rie8B cfoss spent th^^we^k-^ , lob-' and Cedar FailsC. ,'. - M . /.,_,:' ' ' at, v^0y.u* * ( w «•••»- — f- •-.-',• . t n--- --. . ( . daughter -Helien accdrtipaiilefl the hotly tot \Vaterioo,? 'wJiereV.churcl fUneral services were held. Buria Ayks made In a cemetery, between 'Gfidar Fall* and, Waterloo, Th< #homases fornVetty'• lived near; Co dor Falls. r ,./ _,.-'•. > . i...... ... i>auRhter for Jo«. Andersons Jr.— V The Leonard .'AJidersbhs and .Ha ,*cl Anderson-spent 'the week-end a Uhe parental Joseph-.Anderson Sr 'home near,Thompson and got ac tiualnted with a. new niece there 9-lb. baby' born'recently to Mr. ah Mrs. 'Jbs.'Anderson ' Jr.; -She has beeni-named ;Ma r Uyn c Janice: Irie Ande'rton, .refelsteffed --^ L "-'-•—'*• :ing:fOr Wisconsin f <Carl , .'Nora ' rinv^rnoi|i *^f™*V- W^^AT — " , . Tnb George;, 8%6hiiJ, Stanley, WJ« ' • ' chairs operating lit •Msjparbej shop. L. T. Kleepln, of . Traer, hajs? the third chair. i./'" J Other Swea City. ,X Mrs. Rachel Stockman har"ieased the hotel building for another yekfcj She has successfully managed It ae' a rooming house during the last year. E. B. Paulson owns the building. . .'•' The William Evans Jr. family, Austin, Minn., spent the week-end with Mrs. Evans' mother, Mrs. Cora Hutchlneon. - Mrs. Evans •was..Jaunita Hutchinson. • . . Lucille Thomson, music superintendent at Hudson, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomson. The Grant Center choir repeated its Baaster cantata, at the Methodist church here Sunday evening. . Springs, vislte'd,friends () S\ipda'y. Mr. jfeoller formerly i conducted a 1 butcher,shop here. -;--^.' '•-";•! Seniors Have jCttlS; Pictures— •'••',• i Ttieinibera- of. £he. senior class had pictu,res'".ta;keii': aitf Algona last week mte°tox. y$& •••:,:•:'• .••••:•• 'MJMWfland'Mrsv/Ello Rahn are -the of . a daughter, Betty Jane, visited at , ; J[qhn horn's -JaBt' John, and' ' Oa . '-endi.' ' JMfi's."' ai-e stater •.. ,*n brothers.'. The'.SJBsons'jivefl In.- th teachers':, cottage' at''Seneca ;v wHe Jenstti ThrotiKh Linu* and Verno" e o Waterloo Sunday, and o go through a clinic c ond Ind out the cause of nine™ ' 1 ..Other Seneca The- Roy Oaborns vl s | tcd t h old fcorensons at Mlnneapo , cently. Mrs, Oshorn and Z enson are slaters.' Thoy »i , ted. Bud Wllhelmi, coilsln " sborira. Marlon Osboi-n dirt , chores at Roy's while ho Was John Osborn, who has iZ n . for some time, remains about same. He enjoys visits QJ JQI-S and other friends, Mrs. Martin Wllherg w i|, ... tnln the Aid May 7, and t L " evening will entertain the v People's society. Mrs. Albln Sponsber K and Mr 4 Mrs. H. B. Mason, Algotm Wer jJ Thursday callers at Johri Mr. and Mrs. C. .T. Houia the William Browns were Quests at John Oshorn's. . BALI; TEAM UNDEPEATEi)- ,,JLEDYARD — The taseball L twfi.nt to Fenton Friday tbpiayj came home with another .9-2. They have not beU • this year, and will play .Fentoiil Week to decide the county toil ment championship, FeMon hail won In the west half and ~ :.ln the east half. LEDYARD WINS COUNTY TIRE AT LONE ROCK Lone Rock, Apr. 2S — Ledyard beat Fenton 8-7 Monday afternoon in a close game for the county championship. Green for Ledyard allowed but two hits, and Kuecker, pitching for Fenton held his opponents to a very close game. Fenton took the lead in the first part of the game, then it swung over in Ledyard's favor. Then Fenton again took the lead, but finally Led yard scored twp runs in final* inning. Watts, of Algona, umpired. Ledyard was champion of the east half of the county, and Fenton of the . born last; Week Monday afternoon. : '•'•' Mrs;' F. E. Macumber has been suffering with infection, in her finger for the past week. Mr,, and Mrs. A. H, Henlngsen.-of "Graettlnger, visited the ternest Jensens Sunday. The junior-senior banquet will be held at Hotel Kermore in Emmetsburg, May 6. Mrs. Calvin Householder entertained the Larkin club last week Wednesday. Alice Angus gave a Sunday school party for her class Saturday afternoon. ' Frederick Schultz was a. business caller in Blue Earth Friday. PILES Manliato Choir Next Sunday The Bethany Lutheran college choir, Mankato, will sing at the high school gymnasium at 2115 next Sunday afternoon. Under the direction of Prof. Walter Buszin, this group of 34 young singers has made a name for itself. Last year it gave 29 concerts, and Prof. E. Onstad, manager, was not able to accommodate all who requested concerts this year. This season the choir will give 35 to 40 concerts and will enter Iowa, Wisconsin, and Illinois, appearing six times in Chicago alone. Among other cities to be visited are Milwaukee, Racine, Rock Island, Waterloo, La Crosse, Winona, and Madison. From Lu Verne it goes to Fort Dodge. No admission will be charged here, but a plate offering will be taken. Club Prepares for Federation— The J. J. club met at J. L. Lichty's Tuesday afternoon. Tho greater part of the afternoon was spent at making favors for a county federation meeting here In May. The hostess assisted by her daughter Ruth and Phyllis served a tray lunch. Quarterly Conference is Held The last quarterly conference and communion was held at the Evangelical church Saturday evening and west half. CHINESE HERB QUICKLY ALLAYS PAINindlTCHINQ If you suffer from itching, blind,! protruding or bleeding Piles you arai likely to be amazed at the soothing. healing; power of the rare, imported Chinese Herb, which fortifies Dr. Nixon's Chlnarold. It's the newest and fastest acting treatment out. Brings ease and comfort in a few; minutes so that you can work and enjoy ;ife while it continues its! eoothhig, healing action. Don't delay. Act In time to avoid a dangerous and costly operation. Try Dr. Nixon's Chlnaroid under our guarantee to satisfy completely and bd worth 100 times the. small cost OB your money baclt, ? E. W. lUSBY'S DliUG STOKE s Sunday, May 10 CANDY — Lovely boxes. Delicious candies. MOTHER'S DAY CARDS — lOc, 15c, 25c, andSOo,| MOTHER'S DAY BOOKLETS MOTHER'S DAY MOTTOES Lusby's Drug Store Sunday, district The Rev. G. L. Bergeman, superintendent, of Fort Dodge, preached and conducted the communion services Sunday. Alton Benedict Goes Visiting— Alton Benedict took advantage of cheap railroad fares to visit his brother Ira at Milwaukee, leaving Friday evening. He was also a visitor at the F. G. Hagists, Chicago. votes, receiving fl8 to 16 for Mrs. Ovens. Every voter in the district voted. The- Wickers moved into the neighborhood from Pocahontas only last winter. The school is four miles east of Swea City on No. 9 and Is being taught by Leona Keller, of Bancroft. S. C. Girl Weds a Preacher— The marriage of Keo Kesler to the Rev. Le Roy Crosley, of Pipestone, Minn., took place Saturday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kesler, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. John Siemens, of Duluth,. former pastor of the local Baptist church. Mr. and Mrs, Crosley are both graduates of the Swea City high school. The Rev. Mr. Crosley afterwards attended the Northwestern Bible School at Minneapolis, from which he was graduated, and Mrs. Crosley Is a graduate nurse from the Mounds Park Midway School, St. Paul. The Rev. and Mrs. Crosley will be at home after May "l at Plpestone, where Mr. Crosley has a paetorate. Pavers Begin Work Tomorrow— The J. S. McLaughlin & Sons company, paving contractors who have the contract "on No. 9 west out of Swea City, will, It is thought, beg-in pouring cement by May 1. Equipment has arrived and is being unloaded. Cement is unloaded from freight cars with power. Between 54 and 100 carloads of eand and gravel from the WalHngford pit Mrs. Laura Slant or in Visit— Mrs. Laura Mantor, of Cedar Falls, came last week Wednesday to visit the F. E. Genrichs, M. E. Bkmchards, and Alex Kruegers. Mrs. -Mantor has been spending the winter in Las Vegas, N. M., with her daughter Marjorie who teaches there. • She recently came from Kearney, Neb., where she had been at the bedside of her son Lyle, who was operated on for a ruptured appendix. Teaching Force is Announced— The teaching force for next year has all been elected. L. E. Godfrey was reflected superintendent; Virgil Frye, formerly of Cylinder, is coach; Ruth Cross, of Curlew, was reelected English teacher; Miss Floy Jones, of Ledyard, domestic science; Pauline Lewis, 7th and 8th grades; Evelyn Behrman, 5th and fith; Harriett Fish, 3rd and 4th; and Florence Householder, 1st and 2nd grades. Commencement Dates Named— The senior class play is, Safety First, to be given Wednesday and Thursday of this week. The Bac- cajauree.te- sermon will be .delivered toy "th.e Rey. S. M.- Gladstone. Suni day evening, May 17, and the com^ mencement address will be given by the Rev. Mr. Cteaveland, radio pastor of station WNAX, Yankton, S. D., Monday evening, May 18. P. T. A. Officers Are'EJectod— The P. T. A. met last Thursday evening 1 , and after a group of songs the Rev. S. M. Gladstone talked on "What has the home a right to expect of the schoolV" Pauline Lewis gave a piano solo. In an election f S. F. Phillips Is at the store during his absence. Benedict Odd Fellows Celebrate Birthday— The Odd Fellows and Rebekahs will celebrate the 112th anniversary of the founding of the I. O. O. F. order at their hall this week Tuesday evening. There will be a pro:ram and refreshments. Lutheran Y. P. g. Gives Social— The Lutheran Y. P. S. gave a party at the high school gym last week Tuesday evening. Socials are held on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. There are now 63 members. Daryl Burtls Is 10; Party- Saturday afternoon was a red- letter day for Daryl Burtis, who celebrated his 10th birthday by giving a party for 17 guests. Other Lu Verne News. W. B. Mason and his nieces, Jennie and Lottie Mason, drove to Thornton Sunday to attend church and were dinner guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Andrew Heddle. Rev. Heddle is a former pastor of the local Presbyterian church. Maynar4 Spooner went to Rochester Friday to visit hte brother, Dr. Dwlght Spooner, and receive medical treatment for his eyes. Mr. and 3$rs, Earl Neal, accompanied by their guest*, O. 9- Bate- have been unloaded. Water will be piped from the river at Armstrong. Word somehow was spread that men were to be hired Monday, and one hundred were here, looking for jobs. Only 30 common laborers are needed, T. M. Stace has charge of the haul- Ing. _ Ledyard Aid Entertains Visitors— The Methodist Aid was entertained by the Ledyard Aid last Thursday afternoon. An excellent program was given, after which lunch was served. Attending from Swea City were Mesdames T.- F. Johnson, T, F. Mitchell, August Peterson, B. L. Weaver, William Evans, William Thompson, Ira Hewitt, Mary Heathershaw, Mae Rohlln, Samuel Heathershaw, C. A. Rohlln,' Berggren, William Ewing, Anna Clark, Anna Griffith, Frank Sayers, Marie Jacobs, A. Reck, A. T. Whitlow, F. Seylor, Elmer Smith, and J. Iva Moats and Lou Haglund. Lease Gives Prohibition Address- Doctor W. H. Lease, Algona, gave a prohibition address at the local Methodist church under the auspices of the local W. C. T. U. tost week Wednesday evening. A full house greeted him, and the consensus of opinion was that this was an especially strong presentation. Many things were explained which bad not been clear to his 'hearers. •<" -Mrs. Lease and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geieel, Algona, accompanied the speaker. N. L. Cotton was named president, J. M. Blanchard, vice president, and Evelyn Behrman, secretary and treasurer, Son G«ts Present of Car- Robert ' Schultz, of Marshall, Minn., came Saturday to visit the Frederick Bchultzs. While here he purchased a new Chevrolet coupe of the Roderick Auto Co., for his son. He returned home Monday morning. Car Wrecked in Upset— Merwyn Holding upset with his car a mile and a half north of Lone Rock Friday evening. The car was badly wrecked, and all of the -windows -were broken. Merwyn was bruised and cut. Attend Funeral in Minnesota- Tom O'Donnell and Mr. end Mrs. Arthur Sprank drove to Plpestone, Minn., last week Wednesday to attend the funeral of Quinn's mother, (Mrs. Mrs. Kerr. Jack New Church Hours Announced— Commencing this week Sunday school services will begin at 10 -M and church services at 11:30 tor the summer.. . PrlscUU> KCfBer 1» Bride— PrtecJUa Keener and WaWers, both of. this community. were w«rrjed at St. John's Catholic H. 8. Opere4fci ft Be May 15— A high school operetta, ~ J " given at the auditorium will iMay be 16. The title Is, Miss Caruther Returns, Other Lone Book. F. H. Twbeli 'has rented her home to Supt. L, B. Godfrey and with h«r eon Mllo and tow sister Lottie win soon leave fer Waterloo;, whore she will be with her Who has the authority to waste money at your home ? How much can be wasted can be judged by how much can be SAVED at ZENDER & CALJOWELL'S on these "needed now" items. Having confidence in our VALUES is, however, only a part of this business—having the VALUES that you can have confidence in is the other half. COMPARE— ZENDER & CALDWELL can give you more style for no more money—and in many cases for much less. 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