Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1931 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 27, 1931
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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA PAGE ELEVEN nee iember 2 incroft :GOOD MUSIC and "jrJff&. atra for that ••'•• • i heard them? If ftbem at the church |0 and later at the |viHon. good music, good 1 best of floors. taraos POST Bancroft C, H.REYNOLDS DIES SUDDENLY AT BURT HOME Burt, Aug. 25 — Funeral services for C. H. Reynolds, who died suddenly at his home here Wednesday morning after an attack of heart trouble, were held fit the Methodist chvfrch Friday afternoon. Services were conducted by the Rev. J. E. Clifton, and burial was made in the Burt cemetery. Mr. Reynolds had been in poor health for several months and had suffered a severe heart attack that kept him in bed several weeks early In the summer. He seemed much Improved lately and had been getting around the house and yard again, He had a hearty breakfast and was outside with his son when le suddenly fell over dead. Mr. Reynolds was born August fi, .858, at Guthrle Center. September 0, 1880, he married Belle Wiley, and they came to Kossuth county IB years ago. They farmed till four or tive years ago, when they moved to Burt. 'Mr. Reynolds is survived by his wife and six or seven children: Mrs. Alfred AVard, AVesslngton Springs, SI'D.; Frank, at home; Mrs. Lester Potter, Reedsburg, AVIs.; Gladys, Woodward; Mrs. Flossie Shipler, at To High Dive for Fair (SET TO M>A» —on— JJA8Y TEEMS CASH • SEETICB »n you money on ft flnutes notice, in from $50.00 to JSOO. • call on ue, as our quick, courteous dential. We lend,on ; furniture'and auto[and allow you to re|0 small monthly pay- ETE FINANCE CO, lepresented by , • IINGHAM * LACY reel. Phone 598 BLAZING GAR RAGED TO TANK AT IRVINGTON ' Irvington, Aug. 25—Dwlght Pottor, ot Algona, and his cousin, Donald Steil, of Charles City, rode In Dwlght's 'burning oar from a point south of the George Stewart school to the Stewart homo, where the blaze was quenched Friday. The boys were en route to the Ben Potter home .Algona, from the Karl iller farm, where Dwlght is em- oyod, and had not gone far when hey smelted something burning wight's car Is a coupe, and upon nvestlgation they found the back nd ablaze. They first tried to mother the blaze with sand am irt, but failed, so drove at top speec o 'George Stewart's water tank. Be 'ore they got to their destination the eat started to 'burn. In a few laces the heat melted the paint off .he car, and a blanket used as a eat covering caught fire and had o be thrown out. Dwight says that he fire started from a greasy cloth vhlch he kept In the tool box, and vhlch worked through an opening home; and Carl, of Algona. Cecil Wolfe Goes to Cecil Wolfe, who has assisted in the First National bank here since it was closed last September, was transferred by Receiver W. C. Pyle last Thursday to Lehlgh, where she will work In a bank which has just been closed. Selina Clifton, who has been In the Titonka bank since January, will take Miss Wolfe's place here. Lloyd Elston and Miss Clifton will take care of the business of both the Burt and Titonka banks from the Burt office. The Titonka IEE KYLE brings a sensational act to the Kossuth county fair when • she dives from a 100-ft. ladder into a tiny tank of water. She makes her daring and graceful plunge from a backward position, and is in a class by herself In high diving. The feat is performed twice each of the four days of the fair. office will be open ally. only occasion- she spent .-ic'vo.rai weeks with her parents, the W. 1". Mains. She returned with Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Stow, who had taken Mrs. Howard Strayer to the hospital at Iowa City for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hennlnger and son and Mrs. J. C. McCliirg, Lincoln, Neb., arrived last week Monday for a visit at the J. AV. Dorrance home. Mrs. Hennlnger and Mrs. McClurg are Mr. Dorrance's sisters. Riley Hall and son Ted, El Paso, 111,, visited from Tuesday to Friday at the R. F. Hawcott home and transacted business in connection with Mr. Hall's farm, which is rent- B. O. Mann Children Home— Mr. and Mrs. Mel Peterson, of Fbrt Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs Wll- m Satur(lav to Ham Wagner, oC Oelweln, visited ""fe- ,e YELLOW PENCIL with the BAND AQLE Saturday and Sunday at the E. O. Mann home. They were on their way home from a trip to the Black Hills. Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. Wagner are daughters of the E. O. Manns. Sunday the C. F., Wayne, Roy, and L. I. Mann families and Mrs. Ada Mann were also guests at the F,. O. M.inn home. A picnic rtm- \ier \\-as served. WhitehtirstK Entertain Visitors- Mrs. Charles Crawford and daughters Maxine and LaVonne, and Goldie Dexter, of Dos Moines, Alvin Mlltdhun and Russell Whitehurst, of Frost. Minn., were Sunday guests at the N. A. Whitehurst home. Friday Mrs, Gus Johnson and daughter Gladys and Mrs. Arthur Belan and son Dean Arthur, of Frost, visited at the Whitehurst home. Schwloterts Visit nl Colcsburjr— Mr. and Mrs. W. H. •Schwietert, son John and daughter Myrtle, left- Friday for a week's visit with relatives at Colesburg. Mrs. Theodore Dolley, who visited at the Schwietert home a couple of weeks ago and who had since visited at Redfield, S. D., returned here Thursday and accompanied the Schwieterts to her home at Hopkinton. Picnic Held at State Park— The Rev. J. E. Clifton family met by P. W. Kolasch. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schultz, of Fori attene AL CLINIC Proctology. is (piles) and of rectal trouble. fmble, colitis,, consti- the funeral of Mrs. AVernli, anc spent the week-end with Mrs Schultz's sister, Mrs. Martha House holder. Mrs. Mary MacArthur and daugh ter left for their home at Ame Friday after spending ten days a the AV. A. MacArthur home. The are Mr. MacArthur's mother an sister. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Stow are mov ing today to AVadena, where Mr Stow has a position as high schoo principal. Clifford Holding took their household goods over in his truck. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow left last Thursday for Newton. From there they were .to accompany Dr. and Mrs. Perry Stow to visit their daughter Bernlce, at Goshen, Ind. The Ira Hansen and J. O. Isenberger families left Monday for Des Moines, where they will attend the state fair, and the Isenbergers will visit relatives at Valley Junction. .Mr, and Mrs. D.-F. Slaughter and daughter AA'llma returned last week Wednesday after a few days at AVaterloo and Independence, where they visited relatives. Leo Brown, of Garner, visited Saturday at 'the E. O. Chlpmon home. Mrs. M. M. Chipman and SEXTON GIRL SEES HOPPERS' CROP DAMAGE Sexton, Aug. 25 — Pearl Steve and a Ruth Davis, of Milford, returned Friday from a motor trip through the Black Hills. Conditions were deplorable in the Dakotas with crops destroyed by grasshoppers. Some farmers are ''so discouraged they are just moving out, abandoning what little they have. Mrs. Charles Sankey. Mr. Hewitt Is 1 x brother of Mrs. Sankey. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber re- .urned last week from the Black Hills, where they had been vaca- lonlng. Mrs. Alta Steil and sons Donald, Delbert, and Charles spent Saturday and Sunday with the Ben Potters, Algona. The small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Barr has recently been critically 111, but is now recovering. Mrs. Joe Wllhelml and two children, of Bancroft, spent Friday at the V. J. Schicht! home. SERVICES HELD FOR PIONEER AT BANCROFT n the floor and fell.onto the muffler. hot Pactz Girl's Arm Amputated— Doris, 11-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Paetz, was taken to the Mayo clinic at Rochester, Friday and her left arm was ampu- AH*O Crash Details learned— Details of an auto accident month ago have been received from Evert Nutt, of Fairmont. Earl Miller, an uncle of Evert and his com panion, Clyde Miller, was notified a the time, but was given no particu lars. Evert and Clyde, accompanied by two girls, were returning to Fair mont from a nearby lake when the crashed into a car occupied by an other young couple. The acclden happened on a curve, and nelthe driver saw the other car till th crash came. All six were taken to the hospital, and Evert and two of the young women are still patients. Clyde was the least injured. He is known by many here. It was thought for some time that Evert would not recover. He has been a visitor at the Miller home many times. Society Has Good Program— The Missionary society met Friday afternoon at the church, with 26 present. The business meeting was opened by the vice president, Mrs. Boldrldge, and roll call was answered with scripture verses. Mrs. Vern Barker, leader, then took charge, and read the 77th Psalm as Bancroft, Aug. 25—Funeral ices for Mrs. A. ,T. Doleschal, who led last Thursday, were held Monlay morning at 9 a. m. at St. John'.Catholic church. Rt. Rev. Monslg- nor ,1. D. Flsch sang the Mass, and >urial was made at St. John's ceme tery. Mrs. Doleschal was born In Tackson county June 22, 1S73. Late: she moved with her parents to Rem sen, and then to Kossuth county where she lived for 43 years. Sh married Mr. Doleschal January 2£ 1879. Mrs. Doleschal had not bee in the best of health for the las five months, and was taken to S Joseph's hospital in Mankato tl first part of August for treatmen tated near the shoulder. Doris foil from an apple tree Thursday morning, breaking her arm at the wrist, and splintering the bone. Infection set in, making removal of the arm necessary. Mr. and Mrs. Paetz. and Gladys are with her. It is now believe^ that she is out of clanger. Twin Girls Return to Home— Margaret and Esther, twin daughters of Mrs. Sam Hedrick, of Mason City, went home last Thursday, after spending their summer vacation with their uncle and aunt, the Orville Hedricks, east of Sexton. Mrs. Sam Hedrick is employed in the Crystal cafe in Mason City. Mrs. "Henry Miller's Mother Ill- Mr, and Mrs. Henry Miller and were called to Rockford i Friday by the serious illness of I Mrs. Miller's mother, Mrs. Theodore Johnson, who formerly lived southeast of Sexton. PAINLESS, OF TREATMENT ars per call. Six to i usually sufficient. ' FOR BOOKLET Action, rheumatism, treated by special methods. IB. W. SHULTZ |20, First National dg., Mason City, la. OGRAPHING >VANCE tona, Iowa ••••• M^H IT- the Axel W. Hansen family, of West Bend, at the Call state park at Algona Friday evening for a picnic supper in honor of Bruce Clifton's birthday. Phyllis Clifton, who had been visiting at the Hansen home returned home, and Juanita Hansen came home with her for a visit here' Helps Judge Celebration Floats— Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Paine went to Renwick Wednesday afternoon, and on Thursday and-Friday Mrs. Paine acted as a judge of floats in the parade held as a part of a 50th anniversary celebration of the founding of the town. The other judges were men from Kansas and Oklahoma. J. N, Holding 72; Given Party- Saturday was J. N. Holding's 72nd birthday and in honor of the occa. slon a family gathering was held at his home Sunday. The Ivan Long family, Swea City, the William Boettcher family, Fenton, and the C L. and Clifford Holding families and Mrs. Emma Hawcott were present. _____ Hnwt'oti Hogs Go to Fairs— George- P. Hawcott left Monday for Osage, where he will show 18 of his Poland China hogs at the county fair there this week. William Pox accompanied him. He will show his hogs at several county falrs^ in- daughter Joan returned with him for a visit. ' ' The Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifton attended a Householder reunion at the Clarence Householder home near Lone Rock. About 75 relatives were present. Mrs. George Gray spent last week with a sister at Jackson, Minn. Saturday Mr. Gray, Maybelle and Robert drove up and brought her home. • Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Grant, of Woodward, arrived Sunday for a. few days visit at the Wilbur Cox home. They are friends of the Coxes. Mr. and Mrs, Edwin Allen and little daughter, of Minneapolis, arriv- •ed Sunday for a week at the Gl C. Allen home. Edwin is their son. Opal schrader has returned from Delavan Lake, AVis., where she was employed in a summer resort hotel this summer. Mrs. AY. T. Peters and daughter Mary I'-eq returned Friday from a few Oayii In Chicago and South Bend, Ind. The Rev. S. H. Aten entertained his Sunday school class of boys at dinner at his home Monday eve- Party Honors William Wise- Mrs. G. B. Wise entertained, at family dinner Sunday in honor of her son William, of Houston, Tex., who is spending the summer here with relatives. Former Wesley pastor in Visit— The Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Cooke of Marshalltown, visited at the John Harris home Sunday. The Rev. Mr. Cooke formerly preached at .Wesley. Wadding Dance Is Attended— A number from this vicinity attended a wedding dance in Algona last Tuesday night given by Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Carroll at the K. C. hall. the scripture lesson. Several, congregational songs were sung. Mabeline Miller sang a solo, and reports on China and India were read by Mrs. Boldridge, Mrs. Barker, and Mesdames M. L. and K. P. Roney. Piano solos were played by Mrs. Earl Miller and Mrs. K. P. Roney. The meeting closed with the Lord's j Prayer. Mrs. Lemkee and Mrs. McLean were hostesses, and $6.43 was taken in. A general supper is being planned for early October. 4-H Girls Enjoy Picnic— The Irvlngton girls' club held a picnic in the woods last week Thursday. Twenty members and the leader, Mrs. Gelgel, attended. After dinner the regular meeting was held. Roll call was answered with Hints to Housekeepers. Rachel Becker gave a. talk on Clothes Suitable for Little Sister, and plans were made for the fair. Norma Raney was taken In as a new member, Increasing the membership to 29. The Irvington Wide-Awake .club is now one of the largest in the county. Crops Good In Southern Iowa- Mr, and' Mrs. Glen Hain came home Sunday after a week's vacation at Holden, Mo., with Mrs. Hain's mother, Mrs. Ida Dunlevy. Thej had a good trip. Missouri an southern Iowa had some good rain; She was operated on for a cancerous growth, and seemed to be recovering till a week ago Friday, when she suffered a stroke, after which she was; unable to talk or use her right side. Pall bearers were N. J. Schiltz, Joseph Engesser, Joseph Baltz, Henry Delterlng, Matt Nemmers and F. J. Hatten. Mrs. Doleschal is survived by her mother, Mrs. Hupert Delperdang, who is past 80 years old, two sisters, Rose Gretzinger, of Chicago, and Mrs. Korrest, of Bancroft, and three brothers, Lambert, of Montana, Nick, of Armstrong, and Leo, of Bancroft. Out-of-town relatives present were Mrs. Rose Gretzinger, of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schiltz, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Ernster, Mr. and Mrs. Mayrose, Nick Delperdang, and Mrs. John Lucas, of Remsen; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Delperdang, of Owens; Peter Schiltz Jr., Nick Delperdang Jr., Tony Delperdang, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fellus and son of Remsen; Mrs. Peter Gaul and Nick Gaul, of Alton; Frank Glbbaus, Geo. Korrect and J. P. Korrect, of Arm- urday when Rose Merrlfleld, of Marble Rock, took the final vows in the Sisters of Perpetual Adoration. She Is a niece of Mr. Kramer and Mrs. Rahe. Three cars of relatives and friends went down, two of them were from Marble Rock. Party Given for Mrs. Sheridan— A birthday party was given in honor of Mrs. N. E. Sheridan at her home Saturday evening. Bridge was layed at three tables. Mrs. A. W. Cennedy and Mrs. Henry Deitering •on high prizes. Other Bancroft News. Dr. and Mrs. J. A, Devine and even children returned from Sig- urney Monday after a visit with lie doctor's relatives. Doctor and jmmet Devine visited there since Thursday, while Mrs. Devine and the Dther children spent ten days there. The Leo Hellman and family went o New Vienna Saturday to visit his mother and other relatives. The V. A. Fangmans returned the first of the week from New Vienna.where they visited Mrs. Fangmann's moth- Mr, and Mrs. M. L. Fox, Mrs. Margaret Fox and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Krler, of Emery, S. D., visited at the N. J. Schiltz home Sunday. Mrs. Margaret Fox and Mrs. Krier are sisters of Mrs. Schiltz. Mr. and Mrs. William Benson and children, of Mapletori, Minn., spent Sunday at the Mrs. J. H. AVelp home. Dorothy and Arthur Benson returned home with their parents after a week's visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown and two daughters returned to their home in Omaha Saturday after a week's visit with her folks, the Peter Berens. Mr. Brown is connected with Mr.' and Mrs. Bmll Anderson, ot Mnson City, visited at the H. J. Guide home Sundny. Mr, Beard is n.n uncle of Mr. Guide. The Frank Meyers family, and her parents, * Mr. and Mrs. Forcler, of Bird Island, visited at the Mrs. Mary Meyers homo Saturday, Sun- lay, and Monday. John Ernst, of Cedar Rapids, was nere Monday visiting friends, The Ernsts lived on a farm south of lown several years ago. 18.1 bell Mulligan left Mondaj* for two weeks at the Amos West home. .1 in Malcolm, She will also visit an aunt in Waterloo. Florotte AVelp left Wednesday for Omaha to finish her training at St. Joseph's hospital. Miss Welp has 13 months work left. W. P. Ford, of Fort Dodge, is visiting his sister, Mrs. W. J. Hood. He came Thursday and will visit here for several weeks. Peter AVllholmi went to Des Moines Monday to attend the state fair. He will also visit his son Raymond. Florian, Julius and Matilda Stork returned home from Breda Friday after visiting with relatives since Tuesday. Florence McGilllgan visited at the Fred Becker home In Mason City from Thursday to Sunday. the AA r estern Union. Mrs. Alphonse Fangmann and two children returned to Alta after a visit at the M. J. Dyer and Frank Fangmann homes since AVednesday Mrs. Fangmann was Elna Dyer before her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Menke and Mr and Mrs. H. B. Menke visited at the Leo Menke home in Wilmont, Minn. Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. Leo is a son of the J. F. Menkes and a brother of H. B. John, George, and Alfred Ovel, o Dyersvllle, visited at the AVilliair Vaske home last week. They re turned home Monday and Clarenc Vaske went with them for a visit Mr. and Mrs. A. AV. Kennedy an Corrine Nemmers went to Minneap oils Monday to buy for the store Miss Nemmers is the saleslady i the ready-to-wear department. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Frederlckso and two children left Monday fo Gladbrook, where they will visit fo a week with his mother. He is agen at the C. & N. W. depot. Mr. and Mrs. George Beard an READ THE WANT-ADS. Farmers 9 Directory OB SA1E—Day old chicks, $5.50! week old, $6.50; 2 weeks old, $7.75 Hundred. Also fresh Holsteln cow. Bull calves, $10, $15, from our highest producing cows, sired by outstanding sire from Hargrove & Arnold lerd. HAMILTON 1EGHOEN FARM 1 mile west and 1 mile south of Bancroft, Iowa. Itchy Toes Hand Ringworm, Athlete's Feet Why suffer from the queer skirl' disease causing severe itching ot toes and feet, cracking, peeling skin, blisters, Ringworm, Trench Foot or, Crotch Itch, when.you can avoid infection -and quickly heal your skin with Dr. Nixon's Nixoderm? Based on the famous English Hospital for« mula, discovered by a leading Lon* don skin specialist, Dr. Nixon's Niz» oderm acts with amazing 1 speed, because designed for this particular, skin disease. Nixoderm is guaranteed. It must stop itch and quickly heal your skin or the email coat Will be refunded. E.. W. BUSBY'S BEUO STORE strong. Bancroft. County Players Named— Five players in the American Lelon team from Bancroft and live •om Algona were chosen to play in le county tournaments that started t Garner Monday. Those chosen rom the Bancroft team were Ralph lenke, Gordon Hatten, Paul Simmons, Phil Sheridan and Kenneth dcGuire. The winners will go to the tate tournament. They played against Hancock county Monday. Xlece Takes Final Vows— Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kramer and Mrs. Joe Rahe were at Grant City, VIo., where they were present Sat- Algona, Fair before return 1 ning. The Polished Plate and Non-Shatter Glass— SEW LOW PRICE Ford and Chevrolet door glass installed, $2 and $2.25. The Itiwer price applies to other makes of cars. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. JOE GREENBERG eluding Northwood mont, and Spencer, ing. Hudsons Move to Clear LiiUe— Mr. and Mrs. Squalre Hudson have disposed of their household goods and left Sunday to make their home with their son Bumner. at Clear Lake. The Vincent Helfner family, who h«v.e been living in the old Owen house, moved into the Huhson house Monday, Arleue Daniels 15; Has Party -Arlene Daniels celebrated her 15th birthday last week Tuesday, and Jn honor of the event her aunt. Bertha Daniels, entertained 15 of her Wends to a party at her home that afternoon. _______ ""^T. ty B. s sv.r"tn.. ^jsvtrs^* T Peters' office. The rooms have been modernized and fitted up tastefully. gee Twin City Ball „-,— „„„,. c j, G. McDonald and eon Hugh, C. "<'_... w «r. Brooke, and M. M. _ D. Hodgson family left Saturday for Donnelly, Minn., where they visited a brother of Mr. Hodg- Mr. and.Mrs. Mason, of Graettinger, spent last weeli with their daughter, Mrs. A. N. Jensen. Nelda A'olentine Is spending a couple of weekH with an aunt at Osage. • Gladys Brace In visiting the Ralph Flier family at Hollondale, Minn. Rural Carrier G. C. Giddings is driving a new Ford sedan. FORMER BURT GIRL BURIED SATURDAY Burt, August 25 - Funeral seT- vjceg fol . Mrs. Frances Kriethe V lUCO *•«* " ., i f Wernli who died at a hospital at Bismark N P-. last week Wedries- day were held at the Presbyterian church here Saturday afternoon, conducted by the Rev. J. E Clifton f the Methodist church assisted by he Rev. S. H. Aten. Burial was made in the Burt cemetery, Mrs AVernli died after- an illness of several weeks with diabetes. One eg was amputated, a few days before her death, and later she was given a blood transfusion, but all efforts to save her life proved of no ^Frances Kriethe was born "ear and attended two tween St. Paul and Louisville. Burt February 1, . oldest child of Mr. and Mrs. Kriethe, Burt pioneer settlers. She nved near Burt till her marrlM»to Frank W«nli W * that time she has N ' > is survived by her relatives attending Other Sexton News. Mr, and Mrs. Fay Richards » and sons,, Harold and Eldon, left for their home at Princeton, 111., lost week AA'ednesday morning after a week at the A. L. Greenfield home, and at the A. D. Richards home in Algona. The latter are parents of Fay, and Mrs. Greenfield is an aunt. They also visited at the Merle Richards home at Lone Rock and with the Floyd Richards at Swea City. Mrs. Hugh Jennett and three children spent several days last week at Fairmont, Minn., at the home of her brother. She brought her mother, Mrs. Mallett, home with her for an Indefinite Visit. The G. Smith family, of State Center, spent several days last week with Mrs. Smith's mother and brother, Mrs, Jennett and Jack, and also visited at the Mrs. Hugh Jen riett home. Alice Comp, of Winterset, has been visiting her cousin, Pearl Steven, and her grandparents, Mr and Mrs. John Wermersen, of Algona, took her home the last of last week. , Mr. and Mrs, Harvey Steven ana Mr. and Mrs, Dick Wermersen, of Lu Verne, returned Tuesday from Ponttac, 111., after attending a Frank Swords reunion August 16. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz and children Madeline, Billy, and Charles, spent last week at the Minnesota Lakes, in northern Minnesota, fishing. Mr. and Mrs. William Hartley and Edith Greenfield, spent Monday at Mason City. 'Mrs. Hartley is 'having her eyes treated by a specialist. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and Edith were entertained at Sunday dinn^i at the A. P. Richards home in Algona. • _ Dflrotby, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hoover, is spending a week with her grandma Haines in Algona, • Mrs. W»Ham Klrschbaum, who is bedfast at the home of her son Ollie, at Crystal Lake, Js reported a little better. _ , Mr. and Mrs. Harold Curran, of Lu Verne, were callers at the A, J* Greenfield borne Saturday evening 1 . Mrs. John Miller, who has been having a serious time with Infection he? left ear, Js much. Improved. last week, and corn is looking gooc Mr. Hain, who has been out of a joV for some weeks, Is leaving soon t work on the section at Kamrar. Mrs Han will remain here indefinitely. Schools to Beopen Next Monday- Most of the schools here will ope next Monday. Plans are being mad for a big vacation during fair week Pauline Black will teach the Irving ton school; Elsie Egel the Fred Gel- gel school; Dorothy Schulz, the 'Schulz school; Mary Wildin, No, 6 in Cresco; and Mrs. Russell Maxwell, the Jewell Patterson school in RIverdale. Eart Millers Attend Reunion— The Earl Millers attended a reunion at Boone Sunday. All of Mrs, Douglas Sturtz's children were present but one, Mrs. Earl Nutt, of Fairmont. Mrs. Sturtz is Earl Miller's mother. Mabeline and John Miller remained at .Boone, and will spend this week with relatives there. Other Irvington News. The Rome Robiaons and Mr. and Mrs. August Robison-were Sunday dinner guests at the Fred Losey home near Burt. Mr. Losey, who Is Mrs. August Robison's father. Is re- Just a few more days and schools will open. After weeks of _ ready to outfit your youngsters with quality merckanolse at prices tnat been approached in ten years. Ai ,. . % Ur« t ^ %=.! » *- * "*' PENCIL TABLET 5 1-2 by 9. 224 pages of good paper, price ''. TWIN CITY NOTE BOO! High grade ink paper. 8x10 100 pages, ' price- — 10c Always Sharp Pencils Good values at 25c, 50c, and $1.00 Buy Tour School 8vf- plles at Lusby's School Store Parker Fens None better, :: $2.75 and Up covering from an Infection in one knee which developed during threshing. The Harry Sabins were Sunday guests at the Dan Schulz home near Kanawha. Mrs. Roy Blythe and son Gene, of Chicago, came Saturday to spend two weeks with Mrs. Blythe's par.- ents, Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Schlchtl, and Mr. and Mrs. David Blythe. The other children, Betty and Wendell, who have spent the summer here, will return with'their mother. The embroidery club heJ4 Its annual picnic last week AVednesday af- LOOSE LEAF NOTE BOOK PAPER Regular school size. Excellent quality. 100 pages, . price • FOUNTAIN PENS 14-k. solid gold iridimn point. $1.00 Extra values at_ ternoon. There wer.e games and COUNTRY SCHOOL CUSTOMERS ...^ We specialize on supplies for country schools and solicit your business on Tablets, Pencils, etc. Everything you need but text books. . ^, Lusby's School Store Oufro-vn Richard Werniersen, spept the '• Vwne, hia races for the children, with prizes for the winners. The .picnic lunch, however, had to toe eaten in the ears because of a shower. , ; Wm. Gronbach, whp left here two weeks ago for Chicago, to undergo a physical examination, is now in a government Hospital at Hines, 111. Date of his return is indefinite. Mr. and Mrs. Amos West, of Malolm, visited Monday afternoon at he U. B. Frankl home. Mr, West s an uncle of Mrs. Frankel and of Margaret Mulligan. Aid will meet this week Thursday afternoon at the Annex. Mesdames Jutterfleld and Dltsworth will be hostesses. All «uilt blocks are to be turned in. . Florence, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Jphnaon, ot Swea City, has been spending a few weeks, with -the Arthur Rttey'a and MraA •jankey's. -, A taJr-sJseja congregation, heard the Rev. A. English preach Sunday Labor}n£ to prayer. ^The text) 4;i sV^I

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