Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 7, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 7, 1932
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COtNfY AbVANCfi. ALQONA. IOWA 3 i"» Outstanding on . weeK ww* art open house Mr* TT fiaddoley at the fhndtst parsonage ahd a get-to- ff mertMr that night at the ^L^ian church In honor of the Ai 'J.. Koonce. In- A I0tmtans Surprised on 35th Anniversary Htlon nf the roads reduced atten- at both parties. The Rev. y uaddeley lately Wgahjils first « *» Pa* tor ° f ' tiw Methodist !» r as K ,i_j har* from Wool. htirctv her* from Wool- Fea li™^ as to return tomaha. last, week when* he had^been stationed years. -The open house VI1B means of making the farn- acqualnted with people of the aside from his own con. A program of music and as given, and the host "hostess gave Impromptu talks. 9 served. Mr*. Koonce had "recovered from her recent to Lu Verne Tuesday, TthTp'^byTerians planned the •>er meeting, to welcome , r »„,,„» as well M In the Rev. ^I'Koonce's honor. ,A program of Site and reading* l wa» given, and |bal baskets of edibles were pre- inted to the pastor and his wife, Onch -was served.^ Ji Girls Club Entertoliw— f^; December 29 the, Lu Verne oval Workers 4-H club met at " • Hunt's, with J4 members and mothers present. Officers were cte d- Benona Neal, , president; ertha Boman, vice president; Cora Masterson, secretary; Doris Enrich reporter; Cordelia Rlstau, historian. Saturday night the girls Entertained their parents, the local Cstors, their wives, and Editor 1 oleman at supper, at the Commun- ..vv hall, about 70 present. After Ethe supper the local Achievement Iday Program was given. First was In model meeting. Then Cora Mae iMasterson sang Mistress Manners, I with several girls jplning In the Ichorus. A style show on the .good Band bad taste In dress -was put on, land Vlrgle Hardcopf gave a read- ling, Hats and Husbands. Cordelia Ims'tau reported her trip to Ames Bast summer, and Mrs. Masterson leave a talk to the parents and a re- Iport of the year's work. Mr. Robt. |jlasterson, Frances Hanson, Eileen lls'eal, Betty Masterson, •• and Mar- Jgatet Neilson gave a pantomime •entitled Engaging a Dishwasher. Lotts Creek, Jan. 5— Mr, and Mrs, Louis Hints'., of Algona, formerly of Lotts Creek, were married 35 years ago December 29, and the occasion was celebrated at their home last week Tuesday evening when a large number, of friends surprised them, ' At 6:30 supper was served by the group, after which the Rev. P. J. Braner, Algona pastor, gave an Interesting talk congratulating the couple. Five children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Hlntz. William died a number^ of ydars ago,, and others are Herman, of Lotts Creek, Mrs. Ed Hacklmrth, of Union township, Mrs. Oscar Kohlwcs, of Algona, and Arnold, of Algona, They were pres ent with five grandchildren, to gether with n crowd of other relatives and friends. County Nnnw In Kentucky— -Stella Flone left last Thursday for Missouri, where she will stay for six weeks, after Which she will go to Kentucky, where she has em plpyment as a county nurse. Stella left In her cur and was accom .panted as far as Missouri by hei brother, Eric, who will return homi later. Shower for Lyilla Ittittag— A miscellaneous shower wa« given in honor of Lydla Mittag Sunda; evening at the Herman Hlntz home A large crowd brought useful an beautiful gifts. Refreshments wer erved late In the evening. Other Lotts Creek. Gladys Senders and Eleanora 3 ompe, of Correctlonvllle, spent N the lolldaya at Albert Kressin and W. F. Ohm's In Fenton, leaving agafti Saturday. Gladys teaches at Cor* rectlonvllle. Eric Seegebarth returned to tfankato to resume his studies In .he Mankato Commercial college after spending the holidays with h(s wrents, Mr, and Mrs. Jno. Seege- barth Sr. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. William Fuerstenaus was-'-baptlsed Sunday. Howard. He was named Sponsors were Eugene Martin Meyer and Mrs. Alex Radlg. Mr. and Mrs. William Wetael entertained the Herman . Hint/,, Richard IPotratz, and Ed Hackbarth families, and the Louise Hlntzs, of Algona, New .Year's day. The Oscar Kohlwes family, of Algona, the Alb Potratz and Ed Maahg families, of Whittemore, spent Sunday evening at John Kohlwes's. Vernon Ohm, of Fenton, spent from Monday till Friday with the Theodore Pompe boys and Saturday and Sunday with Arlin Kohlwes. Bd. Wet/el returned Tuesday evening to Lu Verne, thence going to resume his work on the railroad. AGED VETERAN OF CIVII WAR BURIEDATS.C, Swea City, Jan. 6—Mrs. Wm. Ew- tng received a mefieage Saturday from Bayard of the death of her father, John Shaffer. Mr. Shaffer has made his home with Mrs. Ew- Ing here a large part of the time for many yeare, but was at the home tit a son, Victor, at the time of his death. John Shaffer, one of the few remaining Civil war veterans, was born In Broadheadsvllle, Pa., May 3, 1839.- He enlisted In Company D, 81st regiment, Pennsylvania, volunteer Infantry, In 1863. During his service he fought In eight battles, and was wounded In .the battle of Cold Harbor. He was honorably discharged at Arlington Heights January 29, 1865 after the close of the war. In 1880 he married Mrs. Minerva Home, and he Is survived by one son Victor L. There are also three stepdaughters, Mrs Addle Ewlng, Swea City, Mrs. Mattie Parkman, Sioux Falls, S. D., Mrs. Cliff Ocheltree, of Bayard, two step sons, J. L. Hesa, of San Diego, Calif., and John Hess, of Pennsylvania, eeven • grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. He was 92 years' and eight months old at time at noon to the shareholders, and after lunch Roy Storvtck, of Mason City, manager of the state brand creamery, epoke on. cream grading and organization. J. H. McGregor' and Roal Roalson were elected directors to succeed themselves. 16 Hnakots Distributed— Relief work this year at Christmas aided 15 families. High school students, Instead of the usual exchange of gifts, brought articles to help In the packing of the boxes. The Thursday club, the W. C. T. U., the Legion Auxiliary, and local FOR RENT — MODERN DOWN- stalrs apartment! private en-, rarice. ji - u S69 . E. Kennedy. 10pl7 FOR SALE-rTURKEY TOMS, $5, Barred Rock cockerels $2;-pure- r'ed.-^Mre. Aaron • Steusay. 13pl7 FOR RENT: MODERN FURNlSH- ed 3-room apartment for light oiisekeeplng. Phorte' 488-W. liplT DUROC BOARS AT HALF PRICE; immune and healthy; choice $10. \. C. Carlisle. Whittemore, % mile ast. Hi6pl647 .. Confirmation class and school were again resumed Monday morn- Ing after a-two weeks vacation. Bather Slems, of Whittemore, visited last Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Noah Reisner. of his death. Funefal services were held at the Swea Methodist church,, the Rev. B. L. Weaver in charge, and burial was made in .the Harrison cemetery. The local American Legion gave htm military burial. ELMER LUDWIG, GRACE NELLIS, ARE MARRIED Whittomore, Jan. 5 — At St. Michael's Catholic church last week Tuesday morning Elmer Ludwlg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lud- wlg, and Grace, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russ««>U Nellis, were married by Father Veit. The couple family, Algona, were Friday dinner guests at Thomas Carmody's. Mrs. Hargreaves and Edmund are children of the Carmodys. Arlene and Kenneth Hargreaves stayed here over the week-end. B'anld Cullen, New York City who had visited her parents, Mr and Mrs. .J. S. Cullen, three weeks left last week Tuesday morning for a brief visit with friends at Fort Dodge, and was to go thence to visit her brother John, student in a seminary at St. Paul. Nelda Crawford, R. N., returned to Sioux City Sunday after Christ- .mas vacation with her parents. Sh« was accompanied by Louis Balge- Red Crofls all worked together to make an effective . organization to aid all needing help. Cardinals Lose to Indians— The Cardinals lost to the Fertile Indians 26-24 here last week Wednesday evennlg. Seneca was to play the second Cardinals the same night, but failed to appear because of the heavy snow. The Cardinals play Spirit Lake this Tuesday and Spencer high school there next week Tuesday. Yellows Given Banquet— Sixty-three watched the old year out and the new year in at the Methodist church basement. It was he close of a Sunday school con- est In which the yellows won ovei he reds by a small margin. The 'eds entertained, the yellows with lupper and impromptu program. Sleighing Party Is Enjoyed— Epworth Leaguers . enjoyed a sleigh ride New Year's evening lushing" furnished the conveyance and 21 young .people were chaper oned by the Rev. Mr. Weaver. Af FOR SALE OR TRADE—35 Hampshire fall pigs, one spring boar; heap. — R. L. Maxwell, phone SF22. 18pl7-18 Grant S. S. Names Officers— The Grant Methodist Sunday school elected officers for the ensuing year Sunday morning as followls: Superintendent, Theodore Tokheim; assistant, Mayland Porter; 'secretary and treasurer, Roy Mino; pianist, Mrs. W. O. Briggs; assistant, Wilma Payne; chorister Wilma Payne; assistant, Mrs. Leonard Mlno; Bible class, C. W. Hammond; intermediate class, Wallace Reynolds; junior class, Helen Briggs; primary, Mrs. Lois Zielske beginners,, Mrs. Oecaf Swanson. The young people's class is yet to supplied. was attended by Bernlce Ludwlg, sister of the bridegroom and Peter Nellis, brother o£ the bride. The bride was beautifully dressed in a white satin dress, trimmed with lace. She wore a silk embroidered veil held In place by rhlnestones. She carried a bouquet of pink carnations. • Her maid was dressed in V. Lutherans Name Officers— There was a large attendance at Ithe annual meeting of the Evan- Igcllcal church at the Community Ihall on New Year's day. After a •bountiful dinner officers were electled: Henry Marty, trustee' V 3 years; iLouis Merkle, church pianist; Sun- Iday school superintendent,, Florence IHof; Henry Marty, assistant super- lintendent; Paul Knopf," secretary; (Elmer Merkle, treasurer; Wayne and Elmer Merkle librarians; I Made Knopf, pianist. ' ' ' . [Attend World War .Get-Together— Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Chapman at[tended a reunion of the Ambulance [section . to which Irvln "belonged in the World war at the Memorial Union building, at Ames, Sunday. |, This was the first reunion of the section, and an organization was formed, with E. G. .;McKlbben, of the Extension department' of the college, as president. Mr. McKlbberi spent a summer shortly after the green taffeta match. A reception with accessories to and breakfast were held at the home of the bride's parents Immediately after the cere mony. After a wedding trip In southern Iowa the young couple will be at home on the bridegroom's (arm south of town. Ruth Brautz, Milwaukee, Died— Louis Bniatz received word Friday of the' death of Ruth Braatz-, daughter of Mr. William Braatz, Milwaukee. She .died late Thursday evening, and the next day would have been her 15th birthday. Her mother died when Ruth was 8. Ruth had been ailing since April. She left her"father and a brother'El- mer. Louis and Robert Braatz, her uncles, did not attend the .funeral. J. B. Butler Critic-ally III— J, B. Butler,, farmer north of town, was taken seriously sick last week.. He has been In poor health since "last August, but had not been | war at the Geo. W. Godfrey home, j geriously 111. His son Guy, of -••'••--• Shaw, Ore., has been notified,, and Junior Endeavor la Organized— The Presbyterian boys and recently organized a Junior Endeavor with Byron Jones as president and' Billy Chapman as sacre- tary-treasurer. They divided the members for an attendance tontest, and last week Tuesday evening the losers entertained the winners at Mrs. P. I. Chapman's. Games were played and lunch was served. Anna Murray and Mrs. Chapman are advisers for the young people. Party Honors Mlchart Wegner— A birthday party was given last week Tuesday efenlhg at Richard Wagner's In' honor•• of jillchael Wegner, of Fort Dodge, pioneer who 'till the last few years lived here. The occasion was his 73rd birthday, and some 25 relatives and friends were guests at an oyster supper and spent the evening at 500. J. J. Club Entertaiiw Hubble*— The J.. J. ctyb entertained the husbands at a watch tfarty on New Year's eve at Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Heftl's. Progressive rook furnished entertainment, with six tables l n play. Mrs, Archie Sanford won the high score, igd Dehnert the low. Refreshments were served. Wedding Anniversary C*W>nU<*U- Last week Monday evening was the 26th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. A, I* Jones, so members O f the Just-for-Fun club planned and. executed a surprise for them. The evening .was spent at games and visiting, and refreshments were served! \ is on his way to Whittemore, Mr. Butler Is the father of^ Edward Butler, of the Neville store, In Algona. ^ i . . . Relative Accidentally Shot- Mr, and Mrs. M. C. Weir were called to Whiting Saturday by the death of Jesa Marshall, accidentally shot ana killed. Mrs. Marshall was formerly Isabell Weir, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M, C. I Weir. Those who attended the funeral were 'Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weir, Mrs. William Littleton, Whittemore, and Mr, and Mrs. Chan Dalley,' Algona. New Theater Opens Saturday- Roger and Walter Elbert drove to Storm Lake last Thursday to get the seats for the new theater in WhHtemore. Mr. Lamb Is putting the talkfes in in the Htggins building. Mr. Lamb operates theaters at many small surrounding towns. He gets all the latest pictures. His opening day wlH be this Saturday. Academy Team at Cherokee- Academy basketball boys, accompanied by Luclan Meurer and Father' Hyland, drove to Cherokee Monday afternoon to play the academy there, Cherokee played with the Whittemore team last week Monday on the local floor. Jfew Mall Service Started— Maurice Duffy started on the mall route Monday morning, and he will help Mr. FarrelU who is, to take both mall routes for eight months of the year. Mr, Duffy will man. Lola Bayne, Hardlngton, Neb., met Louis at Sioux City, and from there they traveled to Gushing, where she teaches. Mary D. Schilz returned after a week with her parents at Fort .Dodge. She teaches in high school. Verena M. Hentges returned from Michigan, N. D., after a week with her parents. She also teaches in high .school here. Hubert Mergen, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. George Mergen and son, left last week for Omaha to visit Mr. and Mrs. John Mergen. From there the George Mergens will leave for their home in Rosevllle, Calif. 'Mr. and Mrs. Peter Elbert, son Earl, daughter Minnie, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elbert, son Jerry, Harvey Elbert, all of Whittemore, and Mr. and •Mrs. Leo Walters, son Durwood, Algona, were New Year's guests at the home of Mrs. Joseph Walters. Dorothy Kenne and her brother Lawrence returned last week from Des Molnes, where they had visited over the-/ holidays. Since their i-e- turn Dorothy has been 111 in bed with the flu. Delores Flnnell returned to Rockwell to, teach after her Christmas vacation with Whittemore relatives. Ruth Balgeman returned to Sheffield to teach after her visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlett, new creamery manager, drove to Ames Sunday to get their twin boys, left at Ame» while they moved to Whittemore, ' Daughter for Anthony ter the ride they Frank Thomson's. had lunch a Cnr Hits Creamery Truck— O. V. Dodson, who was returning from Fort Dodge to Estherville las week Wednesday evening, struck t cream truck belonging to the Fair mont , Creamery company, Sioux City, Just east of town. He was unable to see because of fog and mist. His nose was broken and his neck badly wrenched. He was brought to Swea City and given first aid by Dr. Lundquist, after which he was taken to Estherville.. Mrs. Dodson, a 12-year-old daughter, and a Mr. Sumpter, who were with him, were uninjured. Other Swea City. Gunner Stenetrum moved from th farm east of town to his residenc in the north part of town. The Ear Nagels, who have been occupyin the house, moved to the old Camp bell residence north of the trad The Cronk family is moving to th Springer house this week. Mrs. J. E. Vaughn is very sic with kidney trouble. Marie Jacob has been caring for her. ••ww ^^^kk. •^™«»^^"" Revival is Begun. Dist. Supt. W. H. Lease has begun a two weeks series of evangelistic meetings at the Clear Lake Methodist church. 'OR SALE OR TRADE FOR cattle or hogs, Baldwin Monarch mall piano; practically new.—Call dvance. 16ul7 UNUSUAL—BUT SAFETY FIRST. We pay 1,000 to 7,000 miles for •our unused mileage. — Gamble Stores. 16-17 WATER SPANIEL DOO disappeared Monday night. Anyone know- ng of its whereabouts please call 40-J.—Jesse Dyer. 16ul7 Sl.OOO NOTE FOR SALE, drawing 7 per cent interest, good secur- ty, due first of March.—If inter- Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Hulda Genrich, deceased, dated March 7, 1930,.having been this day filed, opened and read, the 19th day of January; 1932, Is'fixed J for he'ar-' ing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of'said County, or the Clerk of said'Court; and at 9 o'clock a. in. of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show tituMs It any th«y have, said Instrument should not b* pt^ bated and allowed as and tat tkii lost Will and testament ot said At- ceased, ''*' \ Dated at Algona, Iowa, 17, 19»1. CLARK OftTON; Clerk of District Court. By CLARA REYNOLDS* -• T. P. Harrington, Attorney. Mem Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and Minnesota. eeted call Advance. 19pl7 TO "1982" SHOPPEB8 and some rerjr Special Prices at all Council Oak Stores For FRIDAY and SATURDAY Only JANUARY 8th AND 9th Greetings FOR SALE — NO. 1 SHELLED Pecan halves, 5 Ibs. for $2.50, postpaid.—Mrs. 'Frances*- Ludwlg, Falrhope, Ala. R. R. No. 1. 22pl7 FOR S ALE-^-RECREATION PAR- lor, 6 table's and-tobaccoB and soft drinks; town 1700. southern Minnesota, — F. W. Dillon, Mankato, Minn. 20pio-17 PINEAPPLE Sliced or Crushed Full size No. 2 can— Limit 6 cans to customer. PEANUTS Fresh Roasted, Jumbo double jointed, Ib. WANTED: MAN'TO TAKE charge .of business.'/Mechanically inclined preferred. "$35 weekly to start. $350 cash deposit required on merchandise. Address care Advance. 23PI16-17 FQR RENT—MY MODERN FUR- nlshed housekeeping rooms; private entrance; heat, light, and water furnished.—Algona's Real Shoe. Shop, Lewis Eike, Prop., phone 44. 22pl7 FOR (SALE—BUFF ROCK COCK- erels, $1 each.—Frank Hoflus. u!7 Fort y at New Ye»r'» Dinner— _ Forty relatives enjoyed New .Year's dinner at W, B, Mason's Friday. The J T A. 3$weKela, ,Corwith, the H. R. Masons, -Algona, Emil Meyers, Ocheyedan, and the •«eoi-g e Thompsons, L«dyard, were out-of-town guests, " > Student Pastor Continue* 8*u<ttet— The Re v . A. j. Jfcppnce returned *« Omaha Monday, to resume hi* studies at the Presbyterjan tl»eo- seminary there. (a staying with Koonce. take .route No. 2 the four months. Mike, Mergens lose Baby- winter A girl was born last week to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Kajewskl. The Kajewskls have a family of three girls and two boys. Daughters were born last week to Mr. and Mrs.. Emll Blerstedt, Lone Rock, and the Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Stahmer, Falrville. Mrs. Blerstedt was Erna Gade before her marriage, The • Roy" Bjustroms and Harold Walker, Hobarton, , ' spent Friday evening at J*. E. Walker's. Mrs. Bjuatrom and Hapold are children of Mr, and Mrs. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. William Wehrspan Ottosen, spent Sunday at Christ Meyer's. Mrs. Christ Meyer and Mrs, Wm. Wehrspan are sisters. A baby girl was born Monday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Weir, The ^ Weirs have one other child, also "a girl. , A number of Whittemore folks attended the funeral of Mrs. Frank Kcmder, Algona, last week Tuesday morning. •••..:• Harold.Roth, who for a few weeks has been working at Lake Mills with the Fairbanks-Morse company, arrived hoipiji last week. M«\ and Mrs, Joaeph Meurer Jr., Wesley, visited Sunday at the Jos-* eph Meurer's Sr, ' ' ' J3r. H, E, Woodward bought a new Chevrolet coupe at the Poirot .4 Schattschneider garage last week. Verdell v Laurlt«en visited last week with her stater, Mrs. C. V. Wolfe, Klemme, The Herman Harms family, of West Bend, .spent Sunday at F, J. Former Agent Here Burled— C. C. Wallace, who was buried at Burt last week, wae station agent here 20 years ago, and was' a charter member of the Masonic lodge hei-e. He was a 32nd degree Mason at Cedar Rapids. He died at his home in Mason City, and is survived by his wife, Mrs. Gladys Hawcott, of Burt, and Glenn Vaughn, Vernon, and Isla, of Ma- son'City. Mrs. Mary Moats, Iva Moats, and Lulu Haglund attendee the funeral. Thleveg Loot Oil Station- Saturday night thieves broke into the Cities Service oil station, ob talning lees than $10 In cash, tiree oils, greases, and a revolver, also filling' their gas tank by cutting th hose. Entrance was gained • by breaking a glass in a side window and reaching in and unfastening a latch which held ,the window, large amount of money hidden In the building .was not found by th thieves. Creamery Has Annual Meeting- Saturday afternoon the Farmer Co-operative'creamery held Us an nual meeting In the Legion rooms The creamery board served lunc Want Ads WE WISH TO THANK FRIENDS and neighbors, of Lone Rock and Burt, for their kindness and flowers during the.sickness and death of our husband and father —-Mrs. Will Godden and children. (50)pl7 PANCAKE FLOUR Pantry Pride, 2 family bags SYROP 4 A Superb Brand, I U Pound Amber 45c APRICOTS For Sauce and Pies, No. 10 cans PEACHES Sliced and Halves, No. 10,.cans __—— 39c FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR Livestock—1 Fuller and Johnson 5- horsepower gas or kerosene engine, International 10-in. burr feed grinder, complete with elevator, 1 spring wagon, 1 spotted pony 5- year-old and gentle. — August Brown, Algona. 39pl7 'OR RENT — 3-ROOM APART- ment.—Phone 471-W.. 7ul6 LEGAL NOTICES IV ANTED—HOUSEWORK. — Call 12F24, Helen Benson, Algona. p!7 DRESSED HOGS DELIVERED, 7V.C a Ib.—Jacob Winkel, 20F13. 9ul7-18 rOR RENT — 7-ROOM MODERN house and garage.—L. T. Grit- in. 10pl6-17_ 'OR RENT—FURNISHED ment.—Call 461-W, Mrs. Thorpe. apart- Frank 9ul7 LOST—GLOVE, CHRISTMAS Eve. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 3580. State of Iowa, Kossuth county t ss. In District Court, November term, 1931. To All Whom It May Concern: You' are hereby notified, that an ELECTRICSPARKSOAP10 BARS 25G Meat Department Specials PURE WHITE Lard WIDE Bacon 6 to 8-lb. average, per Ib. — 14c ; Pound Cartons — Near City Hall.-—Leave, at Ad- 9pl7 PARTLY MODERN HOUSE FOR rent.—Inquire Mrs. J. A. Lalng, phone 36-W. WANTED TO RENT: 80 TO 160- aere farm; or will work on farm. Ask Advance. 15pl7 FOR SALE—CHESTER f WHITE boars; cholera immune. — Aaron Taylor, Burt. 10pl7 FOR RENT—SLEEPING ROOM. —Phone 749, 521 East State st., Mrs. Tillie McCall. 9ul7 DANCE EARL HUNT AND HIS GOLDEN .DRAGONS COLISEUM, TITONKA . Friday Night, January 8 /B. W, SHEPARD, Manager. p Burdette Agard. caJle^ tH»,« Friday nio Sh ^ ^ Pk y •*'<**»**»» Ws week Friday night, and the W«s play at Wesley tfc« B8W« Wight, at a Li* f *m* ye wi» ' 4S Gene Mergen, two months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mergen, died last week Tuesday following a shprt illness. Funeral services were held at St. Michael's Catholic church last Thursday morning at 10 o'clock.' Academy T*»ww Defeate*- Th« Immaculate Conception academy basketball teams, of Cherokee, won from the local academy teams here last week Monday eye- ntn*. The first team scow wa» 854J, and the second t«am 8049. B, <}•»•«* The WWUemore public school basketball teams play their g^me after Christmas with Ro.ck here Friday evening, Rlngler Breaks : &n S l*t feu Friday on th» ice and bro^e her leg. She brok<? both hpnee in two places. Other Whittewore Beyerly Raneen, dawgrhter of Mr. aa4 W*. Cart Ha wen, accom Sdl hw grandparent* ' . George Carmody and JamesFlem- Ing played fpr an Elks dance at Esthervllle last Thursday evening. j. U, Putler has 'been sick the past week with the flu, The Arthur Heidenwlth family spent Sunday at^Herman Vpigrhf*. Girl Breaks Arm. Lu Verpe, Jan- fi—Cladys Mae, 10-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. p. a. Alexander, brgke her left arm last week Monday, when she fell off a straw-staoK on which ahe and a brother had been NIGHT COUGHING QUICKLY STOPPED Mr. early L^v-fi-aS In a f*w mlnijtes aftejc Thpxlne, a 49»tor's faippujs pre. jroujr, caugh #9 09 a flew principle i- relieves JrrJ.tatlpn, and g Ofif direct; c^uae npjt $*6fcf£ by Hours The following Algona business houses will observe the following hours of closing during the months of January and February. Kindly cooperate with these merchants in their efforts to conserve in lights and .beat during these months. Close at 5?80 every nigrht except Saturday. Close at 9:00 every Saturday nlghtt CHRJSTENSBN BROS, COMPANY. GOEDERS COMPANY. GRAHAM COMPANY WEISS & SORSTEDT. CHRISCHILLES & HERBST. Starting Tomorrow! A Dress S Smashing All Value Record*! New Printed Crepes! New High Shades/ LUNG'S FOOD SHOP Meats and Groceries ..;.... 25c 25C _10ff BEEF— Soiling, 2 Ibs. '-,. TP . TT SPARE RJBS— $ Ibs. ,,i.^ #JBART§ ^NJ) TONQUES, pound ------ rT , w ,.. M , What Amazing Savings! Lively Prints! Fashions T You thought Impossible ] at this Price! Exquisite floral, leaf, and spray designs. Faseinat* ing capelets . . , stylish bell suffs--so new! G»y boutennleres . . . contrasting edgings . , . novel belts. Cute small different! Popular brown, black. varicolored designs * *' backgrounds of blue, green* f r — -* k I 10c u Gorgeous high shades , . «smart two-tone contrasts. Clever print combinations . , , plaid, or figured effects. Cunning jacket styles... stunning novelty necklines. Magnificent metallic, beaded, and lace trimmings, Superb fashions found only in expensive niodels! ' . ' Sizes U to 20^88 to 48. ? I rt£tfi

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