Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1932 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 4, 1932
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j ,,< if 1 1482, A flu/ Loaf GRANDMOTHER'S SLICED BREAD 16-OZ. LOAF, 5c OWiHDMOTMM'S MKTi »ii','i •„„ Breadt iii i .. -' '.. . LOAF 5c '' Doud'nots t .. v '. , OF • 1 Oc THE GREAT ATLANTiCtftKCtflCTEACa IMt CARD PARTIES AT BANCROFT JKOSfltfTH COUKTV ADVANCE. AL&O! Bancroft, Feb. 2-Brlcige and 600 were played at 20 tables at St Johns auditorium Sffnday evening. The crowd was small because of the cold, weather. Five drew for the high prize In BOO, Mrs. Frank \Vil- helmi, Margaret Schlltz, Julia Schlltz, Mrs. Tom Guest, and Leona Lampe, and Julia Schlltz drew the' high card. Lfand*r Yaske won the 1 508- Tttfee for»W<M*h. In bridge Mrs. Adeline Foth and J. H. Sheridan ivon,^ and Alfred Weber won pie' The fast of 1 these parties will ^be held S« nday, -averting .and;' mlttee jl 1« V^mJUkJi k/Mi, FOOP£HOP .^ • • •Pure GranutyWd f •Sugar, JOTOs,.,— ... •House Party •Flour. ICoffee, pure. Isantos, Ib. __. [Rolled Oats,, |pkg. FREE! 99c 19c 15c FREE! IA beautiful picture of George I Washington with each pur- I chase of a 2-pound box .of [Tasty Crackers. - . * CUB QUALITY MEAT IS CHEAP Friday Night, Thh Week IHAWVEItfS NINE MELODIANS A guaranteed attraction. THE GREAT BIG DANCE BEFORE LENT MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8 Tern Kasak'g 8-Man Band Featuring Brownie, the girl of the I Blues in a Broadway:frolic. I Wrist watch, . manicure set; pen land pencil set, billfold set given I away; also free hats, streamers, | confetti, serpentine; ,:": COLISEUM, TITONKA B. W. SHE.PARD, Manager. |P. S. Items Just ask the girl who has one of lour special portraits. And there's latill time for an appointment be|fore February 14. Photographs don't live forever— [they get out of etyle Just like last pear's millinery. And-you do get a f new hat onpe in-ft while. Girls, It's perfectly good etiquette I to ask him for a ph'ot&graph—dur- I «IB Leap Year, , , . Don't put off having that' tooth I Pulled, an d rpn jember; being-photo- I graphed isn't half as bad. '> ' ' Petercon Studio MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE FORSALE •rrpr^ -,--; ~»T— 'i* '• -v f•*"» wv <•"«) committee » is Ykmposea bMjfdra ™ NeV mere, Dorothy Schlltz, Ida Scholtes, Adelle Vaske, Mary Sherid'an, liJLe- glna Fangmann, Emma Hoffman, Josephine Nemmers, Mary Jacobs, Marguerite Wilhelmi,, Susie/Jacobs, Camilla Lappe, Julia Quinn, Walburga Naber, and Isabelle Mulligan. The committee for Sunday'fevenlng was Isabele Saunders, "j.Marceila Weber, 'Marie'- Hutchlhso^ ^eglna Schlltz, Martha Mescher, Ida'Naber, Margaret Qulnn, Amorlta Schlltz, Mathilda Stork, Helen Cogley, Marie Lampe, and Frances biers'.''" :V " V ' : the largest crowd thu^" : far " attended the C. Q, F. card.party; and dance at the Forester hall last wpek Wednesday evening. t ,,, Margaret .Schiltz and Ray Welp won high', in bridge, and Mrs. Frankj Wilhelmi and J. W. .Schlltz won fii 500. 'kel- ley's Kellodians of Brlit, furnlsfied the music for the dance/The lastiof these card parties and' ; dances tyir be held the Monday tefore.jLent.;.:; i Mrs. M. J..Knoll Fa«ses-~ -.' Mrs. M. J. Knoll, 68,.'.of Webs'ter City, died here Monday morningfi'at 6 a. m., at the home of'tier daughter, Mrs. Blanch Beckner. Mrs. Knoll was visiting here for two'weeks. i,ln December ehe suffered ai stroke, apia was recovering, but Sunday, nflion she suffered a second stroke, and did not regain con8ciQusn^SB.|,Tt i he ambulance took her to Vfobster City Monday morning, accbm&ipied -ifcy' 1 her daughter, Mrs. J. A. Baines.i'of Spirit Lake. Funeral cervices were held Wednesday at Webster 1 City. Mrs. Beckner is manager of the local telephone office. ' ' " ;/ ', 0. S. Land Masonic Lecturer-^ ' O. S. Lund, section foiierriah, is the first in this locality to pass the Masonic proficiency test. He went to Charles City, where c'ustodlans'.of the. grand lodge of Iowa were'in session. It Is necessary to pass lj>6 per cent in a four-hour oral exairir. illation. The candidate is not corrected by the custodians, but- repetitions are sometimes permitted. •-' Lions Win from Fenton— The Bancroft Lions basketball team defeated Fenton there- Sunday afternoon 35-20. Bancroft took the early 'lead with 27-8 at the half. The Lions lost 28-26 to the fast Lakota five on the local floor Wednesday night. They played Whittemore that-same-evening ;here- and won 23-21. Both of the games were very fast and close. St. John's, Titonka Divide— 'The first and second teams of St. John's played Titonka at Titonka Thursday evening. The ''first' 'team lost 27-26, and the second team won 9-4. St. John's won from Seneca Consolidated school at Seneca last Tuesday 30-17. St. John's will play Seneca here, this week. 18 Men Put Up Ice— Eighteen men started putting up Ice for A. A. Droessler, butcher and' ice dealer here, Monday, They are getting the ice from the- sand pit six miles east of Bancroft. Five trucks are hauling it to town, where it. Is being stored in two ice houses. More than 200 tons of ice will be put up. Boys Lose, Ghi§ -Win— . .. ' ' •• Bancroft high school boys anc girls epllt a double-header at' Fenton last Tuesday evening. .The boys lost 29-7, and the girls won : 27r9. BLIZZARD KEEPS ROADS BLOCKED AT SL. BENEDICT St. Benedict, Feb. -2—Many'.'here were surprised Friday 'morning Wheivthey. arose,'and found ~>t$l zard sweeping the neighborhood, -It kept getting worse, and the roads ooon became badly drifted, .Many country .children could'riot come to «chool. By 4 p. m. the temperature had dropped to four below Bero, and the cold,-accompanied by a .high •wind, -continued at flight. 'Satwday morning ' the thermometer^ "registered, 22 below zero, and' the* cold continued Saturday and ; 'SUnday, Monday was a little warnier, Attend Funeral mt Hallbur— Mr, and Mrs. William"- Bich' 'attended the funeral of Mrs. Eich's sister's baby at Halibur' '^Friday, They left Thursday* afternoon and returned Friday evening, Wheji they left Halibur the sun was Bhirit ing,'and tyey did not know of the. blizzard'that day till they reach-ed yort Dodge. „_ _,- anrters— , _,,_ eighth^ graders sfc Jhe. tafal parochial school will write <flna,\ "exams" this week Friday • at AV gona. There are 11 pupils, n>j»e girls and two boye. TRUSTEES DISCUSS 1932 ROAD WORK AT LOTTS GREEK Lotts Creek, Feb. 2—The Letts Creek township trustees held an extra meeting at Peter Blbert's last week Monday evening, and Albert Potratz was appointed to represent Lotts Creek at a road meeting to be held by the board of supervisors at Algona February 16. Trustees at the local meeting were Peter Elbert Mr. Potratz,-and. George Winkel. John Kohlwes, clerk, was also in, attendance.. Mrs. Jones Suffers Stroke- Mrs. Loyd Jones, living on the McCreery farm, suffered a stroke Friday evening. She la 70 years old. A daughter from Boone Is .caring for her. . Bllzcnrd Cancels Two Schools— Because of bad roads, Helen McMahon, teaching tlfe Richard Potratz school, and Olivia Kressln, teaching the Lotts Creek school, had , no school Friday. Other Lotts Creek. The Adam Llebs' and Louise Hack - barths received word last Thursday that Fred Baeesler, of Llvermore, •had died that morning. Funeral services -were conducted Saturday, but relatives here were unable to attend because of bad roads. Mr. and Mrs. William Wetzel, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz were recent callers on Mrs. William Ristau, Lu Verne, elster of Mr. Wetzel and Mrs. Potratz. Mrs. Rtstau was seriously sick. The Richard Potratz family attended church at Algona on Sunday morning and in the afternoon visited at the Louise Hintz home there. Melvin Pompe is staying with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kressin. Doan , Mrs. George Johnson accompanied Her steter, Mrs. Vera Sturdivant, of Mason City, to Lakota last week Tuesday to spend the day at the Doctor' Williams home. Mrs. Sturdi- ya/it, employed by the Singer sewing machine company, demonstrated machines at the Lakota high school. Because of bad roads many farmers were unable to attend the Algona creamery banquet at the new high school building Saturday. The Aid met with Mrs-. Zack Gibson last Thursday and the meeting was well attended. The AM presented to Mrs. Gibson a set of silver teaspoons by way of appreciation of. har wprk fpr th.e society. The Gibsons will move to a farm east of Wesley this spring. L'eroy Johnson has of late been unable to attend the high school at Algona because of sickness. Mr. and Mrs. William Martinek drove to Hartley Monday to visit Mrs. Martinek's father, a Mr Adolph, who has not been well this winter. They returned Tuesday. Albert Neuroth did their chores. 'Bob Hoover, of Britt, spent last week with his brothers, Clifford and Ted. Mr. and Mrs, Andrew Hansen en tertained .at 500 last week Wednes day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ohristensen, Mrs. H. P. Christensen Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, anc the Tom Youngs were guests. Robert Boleneus, who drives to 'Algona to attend the high.. school was unable to reach' town Friday morning, though he made an attempt and got as far as 'Harvey Steven's. . The Howard Andrews entertainec therMelvin Olsons at an oyster sup per Saturday evening. »»y« Are . Candlemas ana St. Blafee services Were held this week Tuesday and Wednesday at the local Cathode church. \] Other StTBenedlct. A number of St. Benedict people attended, a LegUm play. School Daie, at 'the BeU theater, Wjpjey, week, .Wednesday evening Mr, and .Mrs, 4uea»t. by Herbert and were Four Corners .' The Mothers and Daughters club .will meet this Thursday with Clara Schultz. Roll call will be answered by valentine sayings. A paper- on Lincoln is to be given by Mrs,. Ida Nickerson,. and a valentine -pijem by Mildred Robinson. Each member is to take 5 cents and a home made .valentine, The money is to be sent to. an orphans' home, and the valentines -vyjll be used at this meeting. Many here are .having a siege of colds and flu, Those sick are the Arch Walkers, Fred Plumb, and one of the' Mart Elmore's twin babies. • ' Mrs. Hermon, of Dakota City drove to the Chester Robinson home the;'latter part of last week and Mildred Roblneon returned 'home .with her for a short visit, Cecil Bjustrom has 'been ill In bed several days with flu, which threatens pneumonia. There was no school at Union piste. NOB. 6 or 7 Friday because of bad weather and roads. The P. T. A, of > Union Dlst. No. 7 was to have met at the schoolhouse Friday for an Old Fashioned, School, but was postponed because of bad .weather. Mrs. Ed Genrich is teacher, Wesleyan Loses Mother. Wesley, Feb. 2 -^ Mrs. Bangs, mother of Mrs, Wilfred Cooney, died at her daughter's home last week, and the body was taken to her old home at Chattswprth^ 111,, for burial. Funeral services were held Monday. Mrs. Bangs was at one time housekeeper for'Doctor Adams. Wesleyaus to Wed, Wesley, Feb. 2—A miscellaneous, shower was given Sunday afternoo.n at the C. D. A, lodge hall for 4nna Bleich, whoee marriage t'o Sylvester Qarmann \rtll take place at St Jos- church next Monday morning. Launch was served and the, afternoon was; spent .at Cftrds, Accepts'Co liege Job. Wesley, Feb. 8-^Karl Welter has ifurp«4 ff«TO New Yprfe Ptty. where he heJd a Bflsftion twg yeawi with the Karl BhJers produce company, now ha«) a p)ac.e with the J>ai»£ht43r |s Sick. tJDCALS the D. A. R. will meet Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. H. L. Ollmore. Mrs. C. H. Williams spent Mpn-1 day and Tuesday with relatives at Mason City. '•; ^_. ., Mr. and Mrs. George Bibert spent Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at Minneapolis. The B. F. Burtlses are now living at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster enter- :alned five couples at dinner Friday night. Nellie Devlne; who operates a 3eauty shop at Humboldt, spent Tuesday here. Father Louis Dlnnlnghoff, new Episcopal pastor, will preach here Sunday evening. The Congregational Women's 'Bible class will hold a bake sale at the Setchell.hat shop Saturday. Mrs. August Harlg, St. Benedict, is recovering from an operation, performed at the Kossuth hospital. There will be no meeting of the Woman's club this week. Severe weather is the reason for missing. Mrs. Clarence Cunningham, Elmore, went home Saturday, after 'a week with her brother, J. W. Briggs. Roy ^Johnson . and his orchestra will play for a leap year dance 'at the I. O. O. F. hall tomorrow evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Streit spent Sunday at Emmetsburg, guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Coonan. The W. C. T..U. will, meet at Mrs. Rose Brown's next Tuesday afternoon for a Frances E. Willard memorial program. Joseph Mlsbach Is spending a few days at Fairmont with his brother Dolpn and at Blue Earth with '•Katz" Rosewall. : C. L. Bllley, of the Graham store, goes to Ottumwa Saturday to spend next week attending a Graham store managers' spring buying convention. The Alpha Delphlans met .yesterday afternoon with Mrs. H. Li Gilmore. Mrs. D. P. Smith had charge of the.program. After the program lunch was served. , .... ,, Ella Lewis, attending the-' 'state university, came home Friday to recuperate from a severe attack of the flu. She spent ten days at Mercy hospital, Iowa City. The Methodist Aid will serve a public supper in the church basement Saturday night at 5 o'clock. The menu will be found elsewhere in today's Advance. Barber and Mrs. Henry Lavrenz went to Easton, Minn., Tuesday to attend the funeral yesterday of Ferdinand Heise, husband of a sister of Mrs. Lavrenz. Mrs. G. F. Towne is expected home this week-end from La Crosse, Wls., where she went last week Wednesday to visit relatives and look after business matters. The Methodist Aid will meet this afternoon at 2:30 at the church. After a. business meeting Mrs. Arthur Helberg's division will give a program and serve a 15c lunch. The Baptist Aid meets this afternoon at the ' Ingersoll-Spurbeck home on east State. Mise Ingersoll, hostess, will be assisted by Mesdames Johnson, Lacy, Raney, and Dally. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer entertained six couples at bridge Friday night. The high scores were won toy Mrs. Earl Mason and H. C. Frederick. After bridge refreshments were served. Mrs. R. W. Roeder took her little son George to Des Molnes recently for clinical examination. The child is 2% years old, but does not walk. Mr. Roeder Is a Milwaukee railway postal clerk. Mrs. Theo Chrischilles entertained 12. women «.t bridge Friday night. The high scores were won by Mrs. H. W. Pletch and Mrs. P. P.. Zerfass. \ After bridge refreshments were eerved. Bernice Harrington returned to Grlnnell Monday, after having been at home since last week Tuesday for a between-semesters vacation. She got through with her semester examinations early. County Agent Morrison attended the annual short course at Ames yesterday. Two Kossuth women have been in attendance: Mrs. E. B. Dittmer, Burt, and Mrs. M. L. Johnson, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Auner returned yesterday from Minneapolis, where they_ had been since Sunday. Mr, Auner. attended to business .matters, and Mrs. Auner visited ait her brother Charles R. Kate's. Mrs. F.. -W. Wehler and her daughter Marie entertained 20 guests at dinner and bridge, Saturday ~'night, • The - high "bridge 'scores were won by Mrs. W. W, Sullivan and Mrs. G. W. Stillman.' Emma Holm, Clinton, who is visiting ber ; sister, Mrs. p. C. Mahon, Is supervisor of nurses at the Jane Lamb hospital, Clinton. She recently underwent an operation for appendicitis and is recuperating. Mr. and Mrs, A. B. Kreeensky entertained their dinner bridge • club last Thursday night at three tables. Mrs. M, G. Norton and B. A. Schemel won the high Bcores^Mr. and Mrs Scheme! were guests of the club. T, H. Chrlsehilles and Mrs % Gladys South went to Chicago Saturday night to> spend this week buying ready-to-wear for the Chrischilles & Herbst store. D, H. Goeders and P, J, Christensen are in Chicago for the saine. purpose, Mr. and Mrs. Ohaa. Barrickman are parents of a girl, born Friday. They 'have another child,' a boy. Mrs. Barrickman. is a daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Nelson, Wesley township, a-nd her husband is eni- -ployetf at *]\Q Algona creamery,, Mr. and Mrs. Pay} P^njs<m' we're expected fconig , yesterday fro ( m White Bear Lake, near St, Paul. Mrs. Danspn's.-mptlwsjvMrs,- I«oulB Lawton, ha? been- sick,. »n4< Mrs. Panson hafe beep $l>e,re, .carJj^g ( for her. Pa«l went to g£ Paul Friday, Myrtle St. John, who baa been in the employ of Mrs, Nannie Setchell several years, is spending a vacation o,t her brpther Austin's in Chicago. She wm return i» the spring, vnflerwent $ major opera- T a y«»r py a9 ajro., anfl has not been in the best 9! health since. !«. Peters^ W$>M*r CJty, CONGREGATIONAL, F. J. Pastor—Kext-Sunday:'- 11 a . , m . t pastor's theme, Religious Interpretation of,, the American ,.,Natlon (Revolutionary 1 Period), Anthem, My Faith Looks Up to Thee, Schnecker ... 7 p. m., Church- night tea and fellowship program. Refreshments served by Junior C. E. Special home scene and "sing" of old heart songs by some of the choir. Brief service in honor of our senior deacon, 'Andrew Peterson ... 10 a, m., Sunday school; H. D. Hutchlns, superintendent; 6 p. m., Junior C. E,, 6:30, Senior C. E. at he is Still connected, though now well along In years. A clipping from a Laramie paper says he celebrated a birthday by leaving the house for the first time in two weeks following his sickness. He lives with a daughter. The Laramle paper refers to him as "the dean, of creamery operators" in Wyoming. Archie Hutchison received word •Monday-,'that ^a son had^been born the night before to Mr. and Mrs.- C. Q. Drummond,' Morgan Park, suburb of Chicago. The boy Is the first grandson of the Hutchisons, but they have four granddaughters. Their son, Donald, of Cedar Rapids has two girls, Joan, 3%, and Xancy) a year and a -half. Theodore, IOWA City, has a girl, Sue Helen, a year old, and the Drummonds have a girl Mary, four years old. Mr. Drum------- _. ^_, ( „ . uu , fcjwj«*vi v^. A^. tLt *"«*» j i ±\j\ji y otiJi a VJU. *VJ.I . UrUITl" the parsonage . . . This week Thurs- mOnd is a high school teacher. Mrs. da/, Aid meets at church. Saturday, Hutchison went to Chicago Friday Womari's Bible class has bake sale for a stay of several weeks at Mrs. Setchell'a shop. BAPTIST, Arthur S. Hneser, Pas tor-The Covenant of Blood win be A former gexton womani Mrs> B _ E Sand ,f rB ' wrltes from Osceola, ehe ^ nd hel ' hU8ba " d " Ve ° n own farm - as follows: "En- the sermon subject at 11 a. m. next , , ,„ ;, . ------- — Sunday . . . Mrs. Hueser will sing Closed J ou , w '" flnd , « heck to renew a solo at the 7:30 p. m. service, and °^ h e - UfbsCrlptl °"' We c ° uldn * do the sermon subject will be An Illit- ^° f "* t °. ur Advance. We. always erate Faces the Scholars. There i°* '°I (1 ? le ma " "2? Frlday ' wh , e " wi,l be a cartoon for boys and girls %*£? ^EdltoTV'c "° * . . ^_ vuu vuvaa ».««. uujtj O.11U b 11 - **•* tr\ Vtnn H /*!» 4. TZ* 114. T*r • j*l -r^. V- P^JXTm 1 " a B^ P ™ ^-°ve a rU Etll We W a VC e haT^ '• ' '- ''', winter.,down, hereto speak .of. ,Th.e i. social tomorrow night. __^ « WM.XMJ. Jiuwv^, Jl WV C VCl t UtStSJl UctU till METHODIST, C. V. Hnlse, Pastor wlnter - tor we had lots of rain. A TJ^l«« n _.a ^-t i »_ iv lit.tlfi Htlmv fdll IVlllf tf WIAlfA^ **1n>ti^ —Helen and Gertrude Morrow -were hostesses to the Standard Bearer girls last evening; Miriam Rising In charge of lesson. The Home Guards will meet with Mrs. W. H. Lease Saturday morning at 10' to tie a comforter to be sent to the Marcy Center mission, Chicago. A covered- dish dinner will be served at noon. TRINITY, P. J. Braner, Pastor- Sunday school, 10 a. m.; German service, 10:30 . . . The Concordla Aid will meet this afternoon with Mrs. Henry Wegener. The S. ^S. T. meets tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock at" the parsonage . . . Lent begins next week Wednesday, and special little snow fell, but it melted right away. The temperature hae been down to zero just once." This was written.under date of last Friday. Automobile owners' and drivers' applications for licenses have almost completely ceased in the last few weeks, no doubt because there has as yet been little or no threat of enforcement. State agents are, however, busy elsewhere, and it is believed they will soon be active here.' The county general funds benefitted by a total of $631.95 on fees received during the last quarter of 1931. The fee for a driver's license is 25c.and for chauffeur's license $2. Fifteen cents of the driver's fee remains in f church join heart arid hand in its activities in these closing days of the official year .',•'. Next Sunday: Morning sermon theme, The Sword and Man. Evening services: C. E., 6:30; sermon subject, The Pursuit of Sin. ' NA/ABEIfE. A. W. hnd Hazel Irwin, Pastors—Next Sunday: Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; morning worship, 11. Sermon theme, The Faithful 300. Evening service, 7:30; theme, The Overcomer's Reward. Fast day prayer meeting tomorrow. FIRST I/tTTHEUAN, Oscar E. Johnson, Supply Pastor—Next Sunday: Sunday school at 10; services, 7:30 p. m. .... A special meeting will be held February 19 at 8 p. m. to vote on calling a pastor. <jay tp c*re for her daughter, Mrs. »P^^^^ : Rices are looking after business matters; Mrs. Williams is visiting brothers and sisters; and Mrs. Nugent is a guest of the W. D. Nugents. All are expected home tomorrow. •Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Cowan left in their car Saturday afternoon for Florida, where they will spend a month's vacation. They were to stop over Saturday night at Des Moines to visit an aunt of Mr. Cowan. H. • R.'s brother, Wood Cowan, wife, and child, of New York City, will meet them in-Florida. 'Wood is a well known syndicate strip cartoonist. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mayne, of St. Louis, visited' over the week-end with relatives and friends here, at Swea City, and ' at Emmetsburg. With Mr. Mayne's cousin, Beulah Hartshorn, employed at Mrs. Edythe Dailey's beauty shop, they visited her parents at Swea' City Sunday, Carl, who is a son- of the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel'Mayne, is superintendent of a paving construction 'concern at St. LOuls.' John Gray, Winnebago, Minn., sends a subscription check and adds: "We still feel that we cannot be without your paper, which brings so much news that is of interest to •us. We like our home here, and we are having a pleasant winter; lots of snow, but the roads are fair. There donjt seem to be many farm sales as usual. The times are certainly pretty hard, but we must all keep on just the same." The Grays used to live in this county. Eleven persons wrote county uniform school-examinations last week Wednesday^. Thursday, and Friday at the Bryant school building. Those 'who' pass will be entitled to teach in the rural schools. Writing .the tests were Rosella Godden, Wanda; Waltman, Lena Bennett, and Irma P. Peterson, Burt; Edwin H. Eden, Titonka; Adolph'H. Girres, Mary E, Kent, and James R. Cooney, Wesley; Caroline Bonnstefter, of West Bend; Marjorie Sherman, Bancroft'; and Lauretta Elbert, Whittemore. Kossuth students upon whom degrees were 'conferred" at the state university at a mid-year convoca-r tiqn Tuesday evening were John William Shirley, son of "County Supt. and Mrs. William Shirley, and Esther, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop, Algona, bachelor of arts; Amber, daughter of Mr, and Mrs, E. O. ilann, Burt, bachelor of science in commerce. John was at the same time commlssione'd captain in. the university cadet regiment, and Esther received a certificate in .edu,ca- tion, * * ' ' " - • August Sterzbach, well known Algona oldtimer, writes that he is re* covering from a severe attack of in- fluensa, -When he lived here be was the local fouttermaker, and in 1901 he established the Wyoming creamery at< Laramie, .Wyo., with which roads, have, however, been bad all chasing power of consumers, hence the business is mostly frte from the ups and downs of'other lines. Hog Sale Announced. Emmetsburg, Feb. 2—H. S. Fain, widely known Duroc Jersey hog breeder, announces a sale of 40 bred sows and gilts next Monday. LEAP YEAR DANC AT THfi I. 0, 0. ft XA1A FttlBA*, KEBfetJAliT * Music by Roy Johnson and His OM _ Everybody, welpome. — * «*-••••* w*, *.*•« ui«vci o i-ec iciiiaiiiH in •services will .-be -conducted..every -the-county, and 50c of the chauf- Wednesday evening at 7:30. feur's fee, the remainder going to PRESBTTERIAK, ^L. Co,e m .n, %"£** ^toTof^SSf was collected. Matt Lamuth, manager of the local Swift plant, his son Ralph, of the Farlbault, Minn., plant, and Pat Knox, Waseca, Minn., returned last Thursday from Des Moines, where they had spent three days attending a Missouri, Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, and North and South Dakota group meeting of Swift managers. Head-office officials from Chicago were also in attendance. Vice President Clark told the managers that price levels seem to have reached a degree of stability. The produce business, he said, Is determined almost entirely by the output of producers, not by the pur- It is always an EXTRA but not a special price at - THE — "Dependon" Store White Arrow 25c Soap Chips 19c Gold Dust Cleanser 10 cents -3 for . 19c Qxydal, the new big "I Q package - - A 5J C Campbell's Soups 15: varieties to choose from lie Whenever you want your Fresh Fruit and Vegetables FRESH Phone 290-291 or step in at Akre's We deliver Groceries at 8;30 and 10 a. m. and 2 and 4 p. m. IjiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiipiiiiiiiiiiiiM^ jSAFETY FIRST-rWE WANT,ev ery' smooth tread tir^ off the road. 1,000 to 7,000 miles .allowed fpr smooth tU'es, on new £>.'$ J-'s with safety tread/-Ganible StoreiB. 27-81 Tho K. E. in AW Batteries Batteries probably cause more trouble in cold weather than any other part of the car. In the winter the load jumps about three times more than that in the summer, and the battery is only about 50 per cent efficient. Be certain the battery U fully charged, cable terminals are good and Hold* down tight. Let us inspect yours. We service any make. Testing free. RECORDED ALEMTTE SERVICE Many people neglect to have their cars changed to winter lubricants. How doe* your car start in the morning? Does the motor turn over slowly even with a new battery? Perhaps ypur oil need* changing) or you need winter gear lubricant* Better let us change lubricant* arid Alemite chassis now* : One-Stop ^^^^f^ ^^^^p ^ ^B^^P ^f ^^^jf ^^|B^» ^^(B^ * V PJwme8$S Alfona «; Cs : V^\I^H^'3«V--' Accesj

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