BANCROFT SENDS EIGHT PUPILS TO COLLEGES Bancroft, Sept. 15—Richard Underkofler, Ray Brink and Neil Garry have gone to attend Creighton college again. This is Ray and Nell's second year and Richard's third. Richard and Ray are studying medicine and Nell is taking law. Evans Carmean went to Des Moines. Monday to attend the DeS Moines College of Pharmacy. Tom Murphy and Maurice 9eibert 'will attend the university at Iowa City, and Harold Pohhnani coach at the public school the,, last two years, Is attending school at Ames. Florian Stork left Monday for Dubuque, where he Is studying medicine at Columbia college. Tliree Attend Convention— Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Murray nncl his sister, Mrs. J. A. Devine, will attend the Legion convention at Detroit, Mich., the latter p:irt of this month. They will join the cara- v^in of Auxiliary members and Legionnaires at Port Dodge Where a spf-rinl train will be made up to. make -the' trip to" the convention. AVhil? they ni'o at Detroit they will visit at trie home of the .1. K. Hipr- glns. Mrs. Wiggins was Amorlta Murray, before her marriage un.l she is, a sister 6C \V. A. Murray and M\'s. Kevino. Mrs. Devlm? is the wife of Dr. .]. A Devine Cord In Loff Cut by Jar— While Mrs. Jacob Wolf was pick- Ing plums last Monday she stepped on a fruit jar which-flew up and cut the cord in her le.ur. Slip was rushed to a doctor and the leg had to be put in a cast. She is able to be around with the aid of crutchea. She spent last week with her son Kd Wolf at Wesley, and she Is spending this week with her daughter, Mrs. Bert Qulnn. Two Bancroft Homes Have Hables— Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Fox have a boy born Friday. They have one other child, Eugene. Mrs. Fox will be remembered as Anna. Rustemeier, and Wilbur is employed at the Murray elevator. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rustemeier have a girl, born Wednesday. This is their first child. Henry is a brother of Mrs. Fox. Comlns' .Marriage Announced— Banns of matrimony were published for the first time Sunday at St. John's church between Blanch Lunn, of Swea City, and Harold Wilhelmi. The former is a daughter of Mrs. Henry Wiley and Harold is a son of P. S. Wilhelmi. The couple will live on a farm five miles west of Bancroft. Bancroft IWeats Algona fl-3— The Bancroft Lions won from the Algona Grays Sunday at the local diamond by a score of U-3. PRISONERS FIND JAIL . HIT BY IMPRESSION Even jails are affected by the prese.nt depression, ahtl prisoners are taking advantage of the situation. They have a municipal jail at Shenandoah In which they have three cells supposed to be good encuj-'h to hold bad prisoners, but the locks have been out of order for several months. Times are bad and the council had not appropriated money enough foi new locks. One nifiht last week 19 men—three on penitentiary charges—walked out of the jail and disapeared. They had om-. fairly good cell and the jailer locked n man whom he thought to be ix bad criminal In it. He got them mixed. The fellow was a common drunk and the bad criminal easily got out of the easy cell. Now that they are rid of all of their prisoners, they will probably save money enough to repair the lock. It IK presumed that the county felt badly over the fact that no more free meals for 1<9 men might save some money. MARRIAGE OF LEDYARD GIRL IS ANNOUNCED Ledyard, Sept. l~, — Announcements have been received here of the marriage of Ida, daughter of .Mrs. Blanche Jenks, to Mr. Frank >f. Redinger. of Des Moines. The marriage took place Saturday, August s at Lancaster, Mo. The bride's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johns, of Newton, were the ittcndants. The bride wore a black md amber ensemble with black accessories. Mrs. St. Johns gave the announcement party last week. Announcement was made through favors ot miniature figures of Cupid. Mrs. Redinger is a graduate of Ledyard high school and Mankato Commercial college ,and for the past year has been a stenographer for the Lewis Bottling Works at Nekton. •Mr. Redinger is connected with National Travelers Casuality Co., of Des Moines. N". K. Teiini looses Two Games— North Kossuth played baseball last week Wednesday at the fair against Whittemore and lost S-6. Sunday they went to Lone Rock and lost a close game. In the sixth inning Ledyard made two runs, but Lone Rock tied the score. In the ninth Ledyard made two runs, but Lone Rock made three to win. The battery for Ledyard was Moulton and Carpenter. Other Bancroft Jfews. Margaret Hansen, teaching in the high school at New Sharon, spent the week-end with her parents, the C. P. Hansens. Her only sister Mildred, registered nurse, i.s here from Denver, Colo. Miss Hansen took her training at the Presbyterian hospital Jn Denver several years ago. She and a girl friend from Denver, who is also a nurse, just completed a trip in which they toured 15 states in the south and east. She will return to Denver In a few weeks. Bob Qulnn returned to the St. Paul Seminary at St. Paul Thursday. This is his third year there. Tom Quinn, of Omaha, and Art Welp took him to the cities and they attended the state fair a few days. Tom is spending a month's vacation with his mother, Mrs. Bridget Quinn. He will return to Omaha Monday. Callista Elsbecker returned Saturday to Carroll, where she is a student nurse at St. Anthony's hospital. Miss Elsbecker spent three weeks here with her parents, the Ltmis Elsbeokers. She has one year of training left. Tlio Catholic Missionary society met at the church basement last Thursday afternoon. Cards were played and Mrs. Tom Guest won high in 500 and Mrs. P. J. Schlltz high in bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Weido and daughter Dolores, of Lu Verne, spent Sunday with their son and brother, Milton Weldo. Milton is the coach at the high school. G. W. Carmean left Monday for Des Moines, where he will spend several days. Steve Underkofler Is the pharmacist at the Carmean drug store during his absence. John Merrill and Walter Williams returned 'Sunday from northern Minnesota where they had been a we^'c fishing. The boys reported fishing very poor. Lorn Nemmers. son of the Nick Nemmers, broke his arm Saturday while he was playing on the schoo' grounds, when he fell off one of the merry-go-rounds. The Auxiliary met last week Tuesday evening with Mrs. A. H Foth. Mrs. A. A. Droessler and Mrs. A. O. Stromseth were the assistant hostesses. The Norman Collar family returned to Champaign, 111., Thursday after a week's visit with his parents the Henry Collars. Mrs. Henry Ross returned to he home at Almlna, Minn., Thursday after a few days with her mother •Mrs. Mary Froehle. Hayden Hood came home fron Des Moines Sunday £or a visit wit' his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J Hood. The Leonard Nelson family, of Al gona, spent Sunday at the G. D Hart home here. Lud Nemmers purchased a ne\ Chevrolet from the Deitering gar age last week. H. J. Deitering and son Alber were at Remsen Sunday visiting rel atlves. PELICANS STOP AT TWIN LAKES TO FIND WATER 1*. \V. Kei'ce Loses Son-in-Law— Word was received here last week Monday noon of the death of P. W Reece's son-in-law, Major Everett Pugsley, of Des Moines, who died at the Iowa Methodist hospital af ter an illness of three weeks. Mr. Reece and son Ed attended the fun- oral last week Wednesday. turned from northern Minnesota, where they have been working, " iMrs. Barrett entertained the faculty sewing circle last week Monday evening. Mesdames j. T. Welfare and H»l- ferty were in Blue Earth last week Wednesday. Irene Dyer returned home Saturday after a two weeks visit at Carroll. FAMILY INJURED WHEN ST.BENEDIGT CAR IS WRECKED St. Benedict, Sept. 15—Mr. and Mrs. Leander Studer and children suffered bruises In a car accident last Thursday while en route to the fair at 'the edge of town on McGregor street.. They were going Into town when a car came from the north from a little cross-roafl and the cars crashed befdre either driver saw the other car. Mr. and Mrs. Studer and children were bruised badly, and their car will require much repairing. It is believed that occupants of the other car escaped serious Injury. The Studers live two miles west of this village. Wcinors Give Dinner Party— Mr. and Mrs. William Weiner entertained sixteen at dinner Sunday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Philip Immerfall and Mrs. C. III. Immerfall, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Leo Reaser 'and daughter, of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. L. Anderson, daughter and son, of Burnside, and John Immerfall, of Plttsville, WIs. The former Is Mrs. Welner's father. Observes 14th Birthday— Wllma Arend, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Arend, celebrated her 14th birthday Sunday. A nice dinner was served to four girl friends, whb were Alfrleda, Arndorfer, Harriet Simons, Helen Raskopf, and Marion Arndorfer. A beautiful* cafee 1 decorated with candles was' cut and served. The afternoon was spent at games. Wisconsin .Visitors Arrive— ( Mr. and Mrs. Dfck Yermerspn and two children, accompanied by John Immerfall, of Plttsvllle, WIs., arrived Saturday by auto to visit reltp tlves and friends. The Wermersohs and Immerfalls lived here ten years ago, and Mrs.' Immerfall did car pcnter work at that time. Sec Minnesota State Fair— Philip Arndorfer, Accompanied by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Arndorfer, and sister Marie, drove to Minneapolis last week Tuesday to attend the fair and • Visit rela* •tlves there, at St. Cloud, and other points for a week. Other St. Benedict. Mrs. Btnll F, Arndorfer and sis ter Christine Elsenbarth spent Thursday afternoon at the Frank Elsenbarth home. Mrs, Elsenbarth and two children are sick in bed with a stomach grippe. Amelia and Irma Arndorfer, R, N., who are working at the Kossuth hospital spent Sunday afternoon here. The girls are cousins. Leo Immerfall, employed at Mason City, spent Sunday at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Immerfall. William Klein visited Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Eisenbarth Sunday, William Is a brother of Mrs. Isadore Elsen- barth. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer .spent Sunday afternoon with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Arndorfer. Mrs. John Grandgenett has rheumatism in one shoulder and arm. She cannot UK or carry anything 1 . A number of women helped Mrs. Anna Huschka celebrate her 68th birthday Sunday. The Rev. B. H. Loeffelholz left Tuesday on a two-week's vacation. I South Cresco "•_' '•••••*• , .•'.:.•*: ^^ > ' •' '/'-/ Al ''Al' : ^' ?gg B^C^Potter went to Dea Moines Saturday to be With Mrs. "Potter, who was to leave the Polyclinlc hospital Monday, and remain with relatives till able to come home. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Brandow. of Owatonna, 'Minn., came last ThurS-> day to vtelt at the W. it Dra:idow home. She returned Friday. The John Ulfers family, of Fenton, spent fUmday at.. W" ".'W-lvsy's, and called on Charles Runchey at the Kossuth 'hngplft. The latter is showing recovery nnA was allowed food Sunday noon tor'f.ia first t'ino. Mrs. Rttr>"hr" "nd *v«.••.•!•, rintph- ter,-Wanda Lee, are with h.'s parents, the Robert Runcheys. The Harry Sabln family spent Sunday at Rome Robison's, near Irvlngton. • •> ' Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Soloman and son Merrill, and Mrs. Warren, of Spencer, and Mrs, Stella Sabln, of Algona, spent last week Wednesday at Harry Sabln's. , Mrs. J. L. Malloy, of .Algona, Is again teacher In Riverdale township, and is now at the school known as the Runchey school. -Gladys Kucker, of AVest Bend, teaches the Wlchtendahl school. •Mildred Sunding is clerking in Algona's new store, the Basket Grocery. Mr. and Mrs. Will Runchey returned last week Wednesday even- Ing from Des Moines. Mrs. Runchey will return later to Polyclinlc ^ hospital to have her tonsils removed. They took tfrelr son Lyle to Sioux City 'Saturday to attend Morningside. _.. RfiNf — 6'ROOM house.—Call Advance. : 2/&!* 2 LOST—SMALL^thfNECK PIECB, Rewerd.—Phone §16-J. •&>! SLEEPING ROOMS FOft KENT.— MM. F. W. j?reep. . 7ti *foj USED COLMS HOT BLAST'heat- , ing store lor ra e.—Advance. tf Minn?* ft tank, it; WANTED—MONEY ON A FIRST mortgage on a farm.—Call Advance. • i5 P 52-l ^^. dHOKTHOKN Pure-bred bull for sal? uh .ap..—13, J. Widen, r. (nrwl .th 10P 1-2-3-4 WA.NT3D—$4,000 ON, FIRST Mortgage on ICO acres at 5 per cent.— Call Advance. HP 1 FOR SALE—BROOD, SOWS to far- row now, $18 apiece.—Jacob Wln- kel, phone 20F13, . • I3p62-l SLEEPING- ROOMS FOR RENT: also storage for one car.—Mrs. W. Spurbeck, 801 E. State St. 13pI-2 GOING TO liunV-and. prlcei are lower at Gambles..- Guns, Hunting Coats, Caps—a full tine of supplies; 12 gauge shells" $6e box, cage iota. 27-1 EPILEPSY CURADL*B? DETROIT lady finds Complete relief for husband. Specialists home, abroad failed. <Nothlng to sell. Alt letters answered.' Mrs. Qeo, Dempster, Apt. D-2, 6900 La .Fayette Blvd. W., Detroit, Mich',' 1 -;, ' ; 26pl FOR" ""*"" Swea City C. G. Dourte and son Donald were in Des Moines lost week on business. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Thompson visited relatives In RIngsted Sunday. McCORMICK-DEERING corn picker,' with motor mounted for sale cheap.—Call Advance. 12p5l-2-3 AT~THE "POPULAR PRICED studio, 10 photos lOc. Open Saturday and evenings.—Over Steele's Store. IBpl have, A. D 8ttl to-wlt: acre,. m oro „,.'Z, accordingly, 'or sale, ,-u' Mccor- mlck Deerlng ' J-iW tank corn- picket' In fine tiqrtdltlon. Located on farm occupied by \V. C. Boehrn, Sec, 86, Portland' twij. One-half new price and/terms on part.—Call or write Swea City Imp. CO., Swea City, Iowa. / 40pl FOR SALE—7'ROOM HOUSE, partly modern, 2 lots, and riew gar- dge—a bargalti at :$2jS60; terms. Eight lots known fts'l the show grounds '^ •block- off!'Stdte street; two good modern homes j also piano, Vlctrola, chlna; : ; closet, ,. fruit jars, etc.; all-to be sold-cheap as 1 am leaving Algorifii-r-Mrs. Tllla McCall, 521 East State St.:' B8pl FOR SALE OR TRADE—FORDSON tractor, mounted with Bell City corn picker. — Phone 13F31, Lu Verne. lSpl-2 FOR SALE — ALBERT SYSTEM clarinet In A No. 1 slvipe, with f.ise and music, price $20.—Charles McMahon, Sexton.18pl-2 MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT ON east .North street.—R. H. Miller, Examiner In charge of the County Savings bank. JSul EDUCATE'FOR BUSINESS AND you will be sure of a good position. —Write Mankato Commercial College, Mankato, Minn. _ 18pl LOST—HANDBAG/ON HIGHWAY 109, between Algona and Fort Legalt NOTICE OF MARSHAL'S SALE— United States of-America, Northern District of Iowa, 1 ss,: Public notice Is hereby given, that by virtue of a/ writ of Fieri Facias (or execution), dated August "17, A. D. 1931 issued put of the District Court oi the United Stvies for. the Northern District of Iowa on a Judgment for $17,473.50- principal, Interest at 8% $214.73 attorney's fees, $24.60 costs rendered In said Court on the 12th day of August, A. D. 1931, In favor of Aetna Life Insurance Company (of Hartford. . Connecticut) am against James Weydert et al, I »,,.,. „, , , ^^loncr i i LV\O 0 clock n "* I loor of tl, P Court'C'?', 1 , Rated, Fort . D. in3i. <*"" Iowa; by'i^nV neys. "K (IK ]•] of To AH Whom j Y "U are hereby Olict Instrument of wr be the last Will Katie Johnson, access 1 •Tuno 29, 11120 hnvlnli? Wl tiled, ( ,pone ( r,!7'- B .S of October, '"" hearing proof "St^'i; Clerk of „„,„ Con * Ma 3« ail t person t a"l daV ab ° Ve ' notified and required toll show cause, if any th '" -nald instrument should nl bated and allowed as ajj 5-W.I. and Testate, bJS?? M r A " M "' ^ (Seal) CLARK ( ^'erk of Distr 52-1-2 CLARA RE ^ 65 at Teachers' Reception— There were 05 present at a reception given for'' the faculty sponsored by the Methodist Aid last week. The Rev. Mr. Johnson welcomed the faculty, and Supt. Laurit- x.en responded. Mrs. Lauritzen planned the entertainment. Refreshments were served. Steel Taken from Youth's Eye— A piece of steel was accidentally jlown into one eye of Harold, eldest on of "Ray Wentwurth, while he vas making paper files. He was aken to Doctor Devine Saturday to lave it removed, and the eye is re- overing. A pair of pelicans have been an attraction at Twin Lakes, according to the Kanawha Reporter. The dry weather apparently Is causing many birds to stop at the more open lakes Where fprnierly they kept hidden in sloughs or out-of-the-way places The west lake almost dried up dur ng the summer, tout the heavy rains (hat followed the Clear Lake cyclone averted a dry lake for the time be tag at least The raJns also broke «(> a brown ecum that had ° formed over the east lake. Ionn«r Teacher in Visit— Floy Jones, last year's home eco nomics teacher here, came from ne Rock Saturday, accompanied Jy Jaunita Dunn, to visit Barbara Wylam. They and Mildred Granner then went to . Estherville. Program to Benefit Athletics— Mrs. Hobbie will give a musical and dramatic reading program at :he high school auditorium this Friday evening for the benefit of he athletic fund. Verniw Dorsey Is 111— Vernon Dorsey, son of the Fred Dorseys, has had to leave school because of Illness. He is under 'the care of Doctor Williams. Mission Services Ntfw on— There are mission services at Sacred Heart church al Ithis week with mass in the morning and services at night. Accident Victim Is Buried— Funeral services were held at El more last week Tuesday for Olivei Sanders who was killed In an auto accident. _ School Is Dismissed for Fair— There was no school last weel Tuesday to allow pupils and teach ers to attend the fair. Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Jiinklns, sol Frank, and Mr. and Mrs. Kerml Gisch, all of Omaha, returned t their homes last week Monday. Mrs Junkins had visited her parents "Dad" Jenks, for three weeks. Belt Matzener returned with them an will attend school there. The Ed Reece family went t Webster City Sunday and were me there by the Fred Reces, of Des Moines. Ed Reece's daughter Mur iel went home with the Fred Reece to stay with her aunt, Mrs. Glady Pugsley, this year and atten school in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Juhl, Mrs Clarence Montgomery and son, a of Forest City, and Mr. and Mrs. C E. Campbell were Sunday guest at Leo,n Worden's. The Albert Barnes family left las week Monday for Minneapolis visit Mrs. Barnes's brother and tend the Minnesota state fair. The returned, Friday. Marjorie Stranahan, English in •structor, received word Friday o the serious illness of her father She left that afternoon for Fayette Sunday is the Rev. F. O. John son's last Sunday before .conference Election of Sunday school officers will be held. The Methodist Aid raee,ts thl week Thursday at the church basement v^th » covered dish lu«ch«on B1U Horsey and jack' Lywh re- Like the'Grenadiers of the great and conquering armies —whb in fighting ability' and stature stood head and)' shoulders above all othenu GRENADIER Pit. Of. PRONOUNCED THE CHOICE OF LEADING DEALERS ThC Grcnadier$ of old wcrc thc P ick of aU Ac army. They were entrusted with the most exacting duties, and they carried through without a murmur. Grenadier coal is the pick of all the bituminous coals. It's a superior coal by .-orure. High in heat units-low in ash-can be burned with littk smoke or soot. It burns evenly, releases an abundance of heat and readily responds to draft control. No woofer Grenadier is the choice of leading dealers! » I You pay a few cents more per day for (grenadier than for ordinary coal, but d**e few extra pennies mean a wealth of comfort otf satisfaction when winter comet, Order your supply of Grenadier coal today fiom the nearest Authorized Dealer listed b*fewv CRENADIER COAL . Sold and Guaranteed by * . '"»•''.'; In Algona: Fred Anderson In Bancroft: W. A. Murray In LuVerne: Kunz Grain Co In Ottosen: Farmers' Co-op. Elevator Society In Wesley: Kunz Grain Co. Craradfer Ccxri h«. b«n «oM in «W» territory for «<*r («* n t v ««,„ m*, ttut mmt ^ HUItr , Cr«k. "
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