Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 31, 1931 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 31, 1931
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f" r I/-" TW6 HOCK ISLAND . TAKES LAKOTA TRAINS AWAY l<akota, Dec. 28 — This week Mon>«ay a change In the Rock Island schedule was made, and no trains •Will lay over here. The train will run from Estherville to Iowa Falls, •aid back to Estherville, with the «*ther train laying over at Albert L. J. Needham and Harry APVAMC Whittemore Mail Carrier Retires; On Job 26 Years *loe, who live here, will take new •runs Monday. Mr. Needham will -work out of Albert Lea and Mr. Moo out of Tltonka. Their families urill remain her e till spring, when it Is hoped that the schedule will 'be reaVranged and Lakota replaced •on the map. Tastor's Parents In Car Crash— The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson .•pent Christmas with his parents, the J. U. Johnsons, at Kanawha, »nd returned home Saturday. They a-eport that his parents had a car saccldent recently as they were driving between Britt and Kanawha. "The real cause of the accident is aiot known, but something went -wrong with the car, and It went Whittemore, Dec. 29 — Albert F. Behnke, who has been carrying niall on the Whittemore rural mail routes tor 26 years, will retire December 31, making his last trip that day. Mr. Behnke was eligible to retire two years ago under the age limit, but at that time asked for and was granted an extension of two years. He could have had another extension had he so desired, but 'he felt that he had traveled far enough. When Mr. Behnke first started the Pay was small and the roads bad. The pay has since been increased and the roads improved. Mr. Behn ke has always been a faithful and accomodatlng worker. Many times he returned after dark after bucking snow i with a team and -\yagon al day. Mr. Behnke will 'retire with a pension that will be ample for his needs. Recently a postal inspector In view of Mr. Bhnke's retirement, recommended a consolidation of the two Whittemore routes to be effective under one carrier, M. F. Farrell, for eight months In the year, December 16 to April 116. An auxiliary route will be established for No. 2 as it stands today. These' mas at the Mrs. Peter Hang St., home. Leona is. a daughter of Mrs. Haag. Gusta Haag, Center- vllle, also spent the holidays, with her mother. . "* A basket social given at the country school thre miles east and a ^mile south of town last week Monday drew a large crowd. A program was given by the children coached by the teacher, Esther Slems. „ Mrs. Betty Langerman and ' her twin daughters, Geneva and Josephine, of Parkersburg, are visiting at the Kate's cafe In Whittemore ,wlth Kathryn Haag. Mrs. Langer man formerly lived In Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Wolfe, of Klemme, spent'Christmas with Mrs. NEER AT ESLEYJIES . Wesley, Dec. 29 — Clarence Eugene Rbbjns,on, who -had been In falling health for several years, died at his home Thursday morning, December '24, following an. Hmess of six days. ' Funeral services were held at the home at two p. m. Saturday, the .Rev. Mr. McNulty officiating, and burial was made. In the Obed Robinson lot In Evergreen cemetery. Clarence was a son of Obed and Mayrllla Robinson, and was bom at Chain Lake) Minn., October 31, 1867. The senior Robinsons, ac- dnto the ditch and turned over •twice, landing on the top. Mr. Johnson was not hurt except for Swd bruises, but Mrs. Johnson's *ack was injured, though she is recovering. A peculiar feature of the accident was that both were in the ffront seat when the accident oc- scurred, and when help came after 4toe accident both were in the back «eat. The car top was ruined but •«therwlfie the car was not badly damaged. They had been visiting *3ieir eon, Dr. Edward Johnson, of ajflford. Christmas Program Draws Crowd— A good crowd attended the •Christmas program at_ the Metho- church last Thursday evening After the program the young folks' -Sunday school class and the Ep- •iworth League members spent an »our or more singing carols to twhut-ins and others who put a Sighted candle In the window. They ^returned to the church where oys- =ter stew was served to 25 of the •icarolers. plans may be changed later. rice Duffy will be auxiliary carrier after the retirement of Mr. Behnke for the time being at least. Aid Gives Farewell Party— Lutheran Aid members gave a farewell party In honor of Martin Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kloock Sunday at St. Paul's Lutheran school. Mr. Meyer and son James, and Mr. and Mrs. Kloock and daughter Delores are member*. Five hundred was played at nine tables: Viola Zinnell, West Bend, high; Mrs. Walter Struecker, low; Martin Meyer, high; Walter Vaudt, low .After the card games a number of songs were sung by the entertainment committee; Herbert Zumach, Herman Behnke, and Herbert Vaudt, accompanied by Bertha Viiudt at the piano. Later a number of others sang. Midnight lunch was served. Wolfe's Charles parents, Laurltzen. Mr. and Mrs. They were ac- companied by to Wesley In their children, came 1873, and lor many Boor Represents > r ew Year— The Rev. F. O. Johnson preached •Sunday morning on the subject, The 3Door, using the coming year as •ymbolic of the door and the ^ text 'Christ's words, "I am the door." He .^mentioned the following as some of •the doors through which we may Tpass during the coming year: Sin, Slope, doubt, suffering, pain, dreams -.sorrow, laughter, faith and death *n into Eternity. Canadian Dollars Costly— Ed Gutknecht came home from -JLoi Porte, SaSk., lost week Tuesday said will spend the winter .with rel tatives. Ed raised 3500 bushels o ••wheat this year, and the selling 3>rice is 35c per. bushel. He found tm arriving in the U. S. that his dollars were worth only Seniors Entertain High School— Last week Wednesday Whittemore high school pupils were enter- ained by a program by the seniors. Christmas carols were sung, read- ngg were given and Martin Wagner was Santa Claus. Gifts were exchanged, and Santa gave every one a sucker. A basket ball game was played between the girls and aoys. Girls' rules were played till the last three minutes, when boys' rules were played. Esther Behnke was captain of the girls, and Mar- compahled to Klerrime by Verdell, who will visit for a few days, Oscar Schattschnelder come home last week after two weeks at' the Arnold Will home at Davenport and the Wm. Wegener home at Clinton. Mrs. Will and Mrs. Wegener are sisters of Oscar. Christmas eve H. R. Zumach gave away a radio and a bicycle. John P. Stelr,- south of town on the old J. V. Elbert farm, got the radio, and Matt Klrschbaum the bicycle. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, daughter Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz, son Norman, and the George Maahs family' were Christmas guests at Henry Kuecker's. Esther Behnke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Behnke, went to Fort Dodge Sunday to spend a few days with Mary D. Schllz, Whittemore 'high school teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell and two daughters, of Blue Earth, Minn., vieited Sunday at the D. Cordes home. Mrs. Bell was formerly Freda Cordes. The Jess Marshall family, of 'Whiting, visited the past week at the Mike Weir home. Mrs. Marshall was formerly Isabell Weir. Lullus Smith, of Chicago, son of Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Smith, is spending the holidays with 'his parents, and other relatives and friends. Gertrude Behnke, River Forest, 111., spent Christmas with, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behnke. She returned Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gude and daughter Roselind, Des Molnes, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Carl Hansen. Wm. Kollasch, Jamestown, son of and was married Mrs. Alice Davis. years conducted the only hotel .here Clarence attended school In Wesley, and later learned the blacksmith's trade; being a ' superior workman. He left Wesley while a young man, In Wisconsin to He afterward woVked at his trade in George, Iowa and" In Sanborn.returnlng to Wesley .In 1903; Up to a year ago he conducted a blacksmith shop here. He Is survived by his wife, two slstersi, iMrs. Julia Townley, Me- Minnvllle, Ore., and Mrs. May Donelson, Oklahoma City; and two brothers, Elmer of Canada, and Charles'of Wesley. Visitors Spend Holidays Here— Rosina Elsenbacher, who works for a fur repairing company at Fort last Henry., Hehfy'w th« Son o* Mrs. Other Weiley News* Mil, and Mrs. Claire Rgblnsort, fat-mers south ,'of Hobarton, and their children attended the funeral of Claire's uncle Saturday afternoon, and afterward Visited his fath'er, Charles jRoblnson. They returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wllcox, Waterloo, and their son Robert' came Sunday to see Mrs. Wllcox's father, Charted RoblhSon. • Accompanied by Mf. Robinson, they left for home Monday. ' A family Christmas tree was enjoyed at Ole tfloin's Saturday night and supper was served. Those pres- 'ent besides the Immediate family, were the Jorgen skows, 'Mrs. Peter Skow, Mr. and Mrs, Marlon Paulson Julius and Alma Funnemark, the Vlggo Klllsholm family, and Miss Amanda Olsen. Mr. and Mrs. Theron Hansen, accompanied by Orvllle Moore, left last week Wednesday morning for Washington, Iowa, Hansen's parents. to Visit Orvllle, Mrs who makes his home with the Carl Han sens, will visit his relatives In thai part of the state. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hansen, Mr and Mrs. Gordon C. GIddlngs, an< the Raymond Hansen family were Christmas dinner guests of the Howard Hansens at Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs. Giddings took Christina breakfast with his parents In Wes ley. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Laux enter Atkinsgn, Wls., came home Thursday morning, to spend the holidays. Julius Kunz, Davenport, came to spend Christmas at home. Esther Burke, Rochester, spent Christmas at Julius tained their children and grandchl dren for dinner and supper Christ mas day, and they mode, with th hosts, a party of 34. They were th August Garman, Jr., Henry Haver ly, Erwln Olson* and Tony Seile families. Mr. and ' s '< "it *'!. Agnes klllanY Omaha, spent Christmas with h*f wrents, the-John Kitlatw, returh-, ng Sunday. The Susie 6ray tefli- | y took Christmas dinner'at JoHh Lineabury's. .. i .* u .; _* Dorothy Haverly, student nurse t Fort Dodse, came home to (spend JhHstmfts with her parents, the lenry HaVerlys. She Wtufn& Sutt< ifly ' Dr. and Mrs. Alson Braley, Iowa 3lty, spont Thursday to Sunday vlt'h Alson's parents, the H. J. Bra»- eys. Alson is an Interne In the unl. erslty' hbspltal. Mrs Ben Hopkins returned home ast week Tuesday. She had been K one two weeks, visiting friends at Cleveland, o., and her mother at Grand Island, Neb. The Fred Looft family spent Chrlstmns with his mother at l«* vard The Leo Goetzes visited her parents, the John Arndorfers, St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent .Daughan nnd their daughter spent Christmas with Mrs. Daughan's father, C, A. Lawler, and her sisters at Woden. Christmas day Mrs. Axel Johnson entertained the families of 'her children, Frank, Elmer, and Mrs. Wallace Donovan. Robert Dlekmann, five, Is confined to his bed with bronchitis. SOVIET FARMING METHODS EXPLAINED TO ROTARIANS The Rotary club heard a most Informing talk last week Monday by Stanley Nichol, of Storm Lake, manager of a livestock marketing as- Now WHIN IT Mrs. Oscar tin Wagner of the boys. •I. Rochford was referee; Supt. Mary Schilz, score keeper; and Henry Hahn, time keeper. Each captain arranged his own team. The boys won 34-15. Mr. and Mrs. John Kollasch, is visiting Whittemore relatives and friends. Joseph Cullen, of visited his parents, Menonk, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Canadian '75 cents. Gutknechts to Travel West— Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht •and Emma Gutknecht expect to go •.to California by car next month to -visit a brother Ed. The time of departure will depend somewhat on how soon Will's sprained ankle •heals. He is now walking with •crutches. Sylvia Abbas Under Knife— •Sylvia, daughter of Hillard Ab- •Jjas, was taken sick last week Wed- uesday and was taken to the Kos- jrath hospital at Algona last Thursday, where an operation for appendicitis was performed. She is recovering. Operetta Is Enjoyed— About 25 grade children gave an operetta, Christmas with the old •woman who lived in the shoe, at •the school auditorium last week 'Wednesday evening, to a good-sized .•crowd, and all enjoyed it Alumni Lose Both Games— High school basketball teams defeated alumni teams last week Monday. The high school girls won 24-7 and the high school boys won 35-23. Alumni girls who played were Ruth Balgeman and Ruth Schultz, guards; Lucille Reimers and Ruth Carlisle, forwards; Delores Finnell, jumping center; and Erna Meyer, running center. Alumni boys are: Henry Behnke, Bob Finnell, Frank Behnke, Edward Heller, Herman Behnke, Ralph Walker, and Winfield Carlisle. Other Lakota News. A family Christmas dinner for the Mike Christ family was held at jVdolph Poppe's, where Mr. Christ Present were the Elberts Have Beiinlon— Mrs. J. P. Elbert entertained on Christmas day: Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Foxsen and sons, the P. J. Dahl- auser family, the C. Aligs, Mr. nd Mrs. Dee Ostwald and baby, all f Whittemore; Tony Weactor, of 'ioneer; the Leo Waldschmidt fam- :y, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elbert, Mr. nd Mrs. James. Elbert and baby, 11 of Algona. There were 55 pres- nt and dinner was served from laskets.' Ilprli School Teams Win— Whittemore girls have won five if six games. The only defeat was by Ottosen, and the girls believe hat when Ottosen comes here Whittemore will win. Whittemore anakes his home rteonard Chrlsts, August Chrlsts "Ernest Christs, the Mike Jr. ant Carl Christs, the Fred and George Christs and the Henry Boettchers Christmas dinner for the family ••was held at J. H. Wai-burton's •and those present were Mrs. N. B Noble, the Ous Torines, the Joseph Paulkners, Lakota, the Sam War hurtons, Swea City, the Will Nobles Tortage, Wis., and the Alrec Boeck •iholts, of Titonka. ' Mrs. C. R. Smith entertained Christmas dinner the Bob Heitlands Buffalo Center, the Ward Dawsons, Excelsior, Minn., and the Raymon Smiths, Lakota. Mr. Smith is sti in California, helping care for hi mother who is seriously ill. Dinner guests at the A. Q. Smith's Bunday were the Roy Farringtons, of Montgomery, the Otto Koppens, Carl Bobo, Pearl Estle, and Bob Clemans. The Mesdames Farrington and Koppen are daughters of "the Smiths. Florence Koppen, who is working in Des Moines, came home last 'Thursday to spend the holidays. She expected to return the latter part of the week. Lakota business houses sent out Christmas greetings in an unusual manner in last week's Record, each expressing their sentiment in a Christmas verse. The Harold Pierces spent Christinas with her parents at Ellsworth. Esther Buckets accompanied them, and visited her grandmother, Mrs. Peterson. Because of mud roads last week Esther Buckels remained nights at the Harold Pierces instead of driving to and from school. A large crowd attended the Christmas program at the Presbyterian church last Thursday even- tog. The L. E. DDWS, of Sheffield, and Jeanette Kejster, Elmore, were visitors at H. D. Mussman's Sunday. Mrs. Delia Smith had as Christmas dinner guests the Roland €0Uths and the W. E. Gutknechts. " Gerhard Thompson, of Betaond, was a visitor at the Rev. Mr. Johneon's last week Wednesday. The Lutheran church Sunday boys have won five of seven games. They lost the first game to West Bend by one point, 16-15, and the second to Ruthven period, 24-20. Two Families Go to Garner— The Otto Kloock and Martin Meyer families moved to Garner Tuesday. Mr. Kloock will be manager of the Garner creamery, and Mr. Meyer will work for him. Edna Schultz accompanied the Kloocks to Garner, but will return after a couple of weeks. Shower Honors Grace Jfellls— A shower was given in honor of Grace Nellis Sunday afternoon at the Presentation academy. Cards were played. Wins J200 at Emme<sl>urg— Lorenz Gade, north of town, won $200 at Emmetsburg Saturday. Other "Whittemore News. Mr. and Mrs. Art Palmer. Dolli- J. s. Cullen, over the Christmas holidays. Ben Schrier, Milwaukee, formei owner of the Rite Way grocery in Whittemore, spent the holidays here. Erdman. The Mrs. Ignatius Gappa and two and Mrs. Arlo children, of Triump, Minn., spen Mrs. Dawson's Christmas at the Frank Gappa home. Doris and "Lydia Meyer and Rosella Voight spent Saturday at the Mrs. Mary Bruhn home at Fair- vine. Ruth Beal, R. N. at Rochester, Minn., spent the holidays with her uncle and aunt, the C. L. Cava- naughs. John Butler has been sick the past week or more. Mrs. ' P. L. Jessen has been ill in bed for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cullen and son, of Oelwein, spent Chriet- •iiias day at the parental J. S. Cullen's Edith Ringler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. w. P. Ringler, was home from' Milwaukee for the holidays. Lorraine Botsford, Britt, spent Mondav with Whittemore friends. She taught here two years ago. Amanda Balgeman, West Bend, was Christmas dinner guest of her brother, F. J. Balgeman. Helen Fart-ell, Chicago, daughter of Mrs. Nell Farrell, is home over the holidays to visit. Nelda Crawford, Sioux City, came last week Sunday to spend Christmas at her home. in an overtime Leo Wa n ace , Fenton, was a Friday evening guest at Carl Hansen's. Dorothy Kenne is visiting friends at Corydon. Minn., Kunz's. Evelyn and Martha Haynes' went to Iowa Falls last week Thursday, to spend a few days with' the Con' ner girls. Methodist AW Meets Yesterday— A business meeting of the Methodist Aid Will be held .In the League room this week Wednesday afternoon. The Bible study class will meet this week Tuesday evening with the H. N. Hansens. Som« League members will attend the Group mpworth League rally at Burt this week Wednesday evening. The December meeting of the F. M. S. will be held at Mrs. Amesbury's Friday, January 8. Leases Have Family Dinner— A family 'dinner was held at I. W. Lease's Christmas day. . All the children attended except £ne daughter, Mrs. Johnson, who lives at Battle Creek, Mich. Th'ose present were the Ammon and Lester Lease families, Wesley, the Ed Studer and Will Walker families, Corwlth, and a grandson, Wilbur Studer, .. also Corwlth, and his wife. Elmhurst, 111., and their son -Forrest arrived last Thursday morn- Ing to visit Mrs. Erlckson's aunt, Miss A. McPherson, and the Erlck- sons' daughter, Evelyn, who attends school here. They will remain soclatton, on Erlcksdn, operator of a 2. Minneapolis till Saturday, January Erma D. BentOn, nurse, came last week Thursday to spend ten days with her parents. Martha Cook, Chicago, came Thurs-. day and will make an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. P. Haynes. The John Ormsby family spent Christmas at Forest City, with Mrs. Ormsby's mother, Mrs. Sarah Me Croden. James and Eileen Ormsby are at Garner, spending part of their vacation with their aunt, Mrs. Robert Klrschbaum. Ivyl Marie Kunz, attending col lege at St. Paul, spent Christmas with her parents, the Henry Kunzes. Gordon Kunz, attending his experiences as stock farm for the Soviet government In Russia. A considerable number of Rotarlans remained after the hour to hear a further discussion by Mr. Nichols in answer to questions. Another .speak- m Shirley, superinten- Marshalltown schools er was dent of the (no relation to Kossuth's suprlnten- dent). Mr. Shirley, who is a. .ri»em-- her of the 'lowa Commissioners "of the North Central association of colleges and universities* was here ,to Inspect the Algona schools. WINDOW GLASS REPLACED. Prices lowest. BERT DEAL ofasdes to the ton 711 GREAT HEART COAL Lets Waste - More Heat SATISFACTION GUARANTEED F. S. Norton & Son "The'Yard That Saves and Satisfies" Phone 229 IN- Study Club Meets Today— The Study club will meet this week Thursday with Mrs, Alfred subject is Russia, Dawson will lead, father was a missionary to Russia, and Mrs. Dawson spent several years in that country. The answer to roll call will be the name of a Russian musician. Couple Are Wedded 31 Years- Mr, and Mrs. Ervin Olson and three children, and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Laux Sunday attended at Webster City a celebration of the wedding anniversary of Mrs. Laux's brother, Henry Roskopf, and , his wife, who was formerly Annie Zien. The couple was married at Jewell, Iowa, 31 years ago. August Gannan is Bedfast— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spangler, Spirit Lake, visited their ' father, August 'Garman, lover Christmas. They remained till Sunday night. Mr. Garman has been in failing health for two months, and is now bedfast. White's Grocery Week end Specials Corn Meal, 5 Ib. sack _ Son for tlie Henry Loofts— A lO-pourid son was born to Mr, ,and Mrs. Henry Looft, Seneca, at Kossuth hospital Christmas morn- ng. He has been named John Catsup- Large bottle- Crackers, 2 Ib. pkg. 17c Pancake Flour- Butternut, 4 Ib. sack Used Car On account of the new 8-cylinder car the Motor Company will introduce within the next! days we are very anxious to dispose of our ent| stock of used cars. Therefore we are offering following cars at greatly reduced prices. 1931 FORD TUDOR Oxydol, large pkg., 2 for ____ Big 4 Soap, 10 bars SUGAR—10 cloth sack . Ib. With a $2.00 order other groceries. of Lotts Creek ver, and the Arnold Meine Louis Hackbarth families and and Frank Meine were Christmas dinner guests at the John Meine home. Mrs. Palmer, Arnold and Frank Meine and Mrs. Louis Hackbarth are children of the John Meines. The Herman Voight family visited Saturday at Ed Hansen's in Algona. Mrs. Hansen is a sister of Mr. Voight. They were accompan- school gave a Christmas eve to a crowded, bouse. pro- Tbs August Gutknechts were en- at CbrisUoas dinner at the ied to Algona by Dorothy Heidenwith, who is visiting at the Francis Elbert 'home. The Elbert family formerly lived in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker, son Ralph and Lloyd, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuecker, daughter Jerry and son Jimmy, were Christmas guests at a three course turkey dinner served at the Roy Bjustrom home, Hobarton. Mrs. Bjustrom is a daughter of the Walkers. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Severslte and son Dick, Cambridge, and Mr. and Mrs. Wash Harris, West Bend, were Saturday guests at . the Henry Schultz home east of town. Mrs. Seversite is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harris, and Mrs. Harris Is n sister of Mr. Schultz. Viola Zinnell, West Bend, Victor Dau, Eldora Dau, Herbert Zumach, Edna Dau, Hugo Meyer, and, Linda Dau were gueets at a turkey dinner Sunday at the Herman Maahs home. Banner host was Frank Jer^ena, brother of Mrs. Herman Jfoahs. Mrs. E. Fiene stayed at the Rev Mr. Kabelitz's home at Fenton while the Rev. and Mrs. Kabelltz took the body of their little son Her bert to Cedar Rapids for burial. Elma Potratz, employed at For Dodge, came home last Thursday to spent the holidays with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potratz. Mrs. Herman Hintz, Mrs. Fred Boettcher, and Lydia Mittag wer Fort Dodge shoppers last wee Tuesday. Eric Seegebarth, student at Mankato commercial college, is a home for the holidays with his pa ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Seegebarth, senior. Stella Flene, who took nurse's training at Iowa City, left for that point last week Wednesday, accompanying a little baby which was to receive treatment. Stella returned Saturday. Hilda Potratz, employed at Fort Dodge, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potratz. 1931 FORD COUPE 1930 FORD TUDOR 1930 FORD ROADSTER 1929 FORD TRUCK ONE DEMONSTRATOR, LIKE NEW, AT A BIG DISCOUNT KENT MOTOR COJ Phone 434 AUTHORIZED Algon8,I«f —Sales piiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^ Mr. and Mrs. Noah Reisner, daughter Katharine, and the Ed Kueckers were among persons entertained at Christmas dinner Saturday evening at the Mrs. Chris Seims home, near Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettcher were Christmas dinner guests at the Mrs. H. H. Mittag home at Fenton. Eric Flene, attending Concordia college, St. Paul, is spending his Christmas vacation with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. E. Fiene. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt have moved from the Schallln place, near Lotts Creek, to the Legenhausen farm. Mr. and Mrs. WllUanj Rusch Sr., the Mrs. H. E. Ohm family, Whittemore, and the Rev. Mr, Flene and his family were Saturday dinner guests of . the Martin 'Mayers. Ed Wetzel, who ha« 'been ft railroad man for a nw?»bfr of years, came Monday evening to yi#it at •- "' WITH A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION TO * The Kossuth County Advance Be Informed

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