Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1932 · Page 2
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(4) Lu Verne, Feb. 9—Next Moriday evening there will be a men's get- together at the city hall, to which all men of town and community are Invited. A 35c supper will be served at 6:30. B. C. Ross, of Humboldt, will lead the community singing, and B. B. Watson and J. F. Miller, of Humboldt, will be the principal speakers. There will also be other speeches and musical numbers. Missionary Meeting Held— The Methodist missionary society met with Mrs. Peter Thompson last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Harry Lichty as leader, on the topic, Friends All. Mrs. Maynard Spooner led the Devotionals, and Mrs. Baddeley, Mrs. Harold Sorenson, Mrs. Harold Phillips, Mrs. Thompson, and Mrs. F. I. Chapman took part in the program. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. A. L. Spooner, Mrs. J. Huber, and Mrs. J. Schultz were hostesses to the Methodist Aid at the hall last week Wednesday. 14 Take Eighth Grade Tests— Virgie Hardcopf, Eunice Frantz, Doris Genrich, Wilma Merkle, Lauretta Burk, Marie Nelson, Stella Schipull, Elva Barton, Emma Hintz, Francis Hintz, Orvls Clapsaddle, Robert Marker, Edward Behnkendorf, and Louis Gellenfeldt took the county eighth grade examination at the school Friday. Surprise for Earl Neals— Saturday 40 neighbors and friends of the Earl Neals gave a surprise party at their home in henor of the Neals' 20th wedding anniversary. The evening was spent socially, and a lunch brought by the guests was served. Sunday the Rev. and Mrs. Baddeley and the Ralph Davidsons were dinner guests of the Neals. Lone Rock Carrier III Driving on Lone Rock, Feb. 9—Mall Carrier John Sprank was taken suddenly 111 ast week while a few miles out on his mall route, and suffered several nternal hemorrhages. Mr. Sprank had been waiting to be admitted to the veterans hospital at Des Molnes when he was taken suddenly worse. A man from headquarters at Des Moines came Friday morning, and that evening Mr. Sprank was taken by train to Excelsior Springs, near Kansas City, for treatment. He has not been in good health for two years. How Much Would You Pay to Be Rid OF RHEUMATIC PAINS IN 48 HOURS? Would Ton Pay Ten Dollars? —"Would You Pay 85 Cents? Well: Here's a chance for you to 1>e spry once more — to do your work •cheerfully without one twinge of Here's a positive guarantee that no rheumatism sufferer can afford to paes up — you can be free from agonizing rheumatism — and keep •free from it. Get one S5 cent bottle of Allenru from E. W. Lusby or any progressive druggist with the positive and distinct understanding that your pains and torture will all be gone in 48 hours or money back. And when pains are gone — keep right on taking Allenru 'till every fcit of harmful uric acid is out of your body — Happiness comes with -this wonderful prescription — thousands know it — you ought to know it. (5) Mrs. "\Vllllam Rlstaii Dies— . Mrs. William Ristau, 42, died Sunday morning at 10 o'clock after a prolonged illness. She is survived by her husband, two sons, Bruno 21, and Arno, 19. The funeral will be held from the Lutheran church at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon and burial will be in Lu Verne cemetery. Entertain at lirldge Party— Mrs. Ernest .Jensen, Jessie Ste- brltz, and Evelyn Behrmann were hostesses nt a bridge party at the William Krause home last week Tuesday. Present were: Harriett Fish, Ersel Blanchard, Floy Jones, Juanlta Dunn, Florence Householder, Neva Thompson, and Mesdames Alfred Krueger, Harry Rahn, William Flalg, W. J. Cotton, Glen Sharp,. Oscar Earing, Arthur Davis, Ben Segebarth, V. V. Frye, L. ' D. Godfrey, Mrs. Arthur Sprank and Ethel barth fred Krueger low score. Benjamin. Mrs. Ben Sege- won high score and Mrs. Al- Herc— with the will play here Friday, February 12, and Titonka there, February 16. The girls' county tournament will be at Ledyard February 19-20. , Herman Mltlair Taken Ill- Herman Mlttag became 111 Saturday while grinding feed. He was shoveling the grain aside. It was dusty and close, and he fainted and was found by the neighbors, who carried him to the house. He Is now recovering. CREAMERY AT WESLEY HOLDS ANNUAL MEET Wesley, Feb. 9—The arinUal meet- ig of the Wesley Farmers' Creain- ry company was held at the Klein- eter hall Saturday afternoon, be- innfng at 1:30. Jorgen Skow pre- ded. Mayor Hutchison gave the penlng talk, and was followed, by uy M. Butts. Led by Wm. Frlmml, A'Islfs Former Teachers Glen Sharp traveling Harlem Globe Trotters, was home over the week-end. He has games scheduled at Adel, Knoxville, Sheldahl, and Granger, where F. J. Erickson, coach here for four years, now teaches. At Sheldahl he met Supt. F. M. Sarchett, instructor there for 1 several years. Mr. Sarchett was superintendent of this school in 1915 and before. He has two sons, one graduated last year, and the other finishes school this year. School Banquet Xext Monday— The. schoolmasters' banquet will be held in the school here Monday evening. • Domestic science pupils and Floy Jones will serve 42 guests. Besides business matters' to be discussed, drawings will be made for the boys and girls' tournament. Music directors represented from ach school met to make plans for he music festival to be held at Alona in the near future. Family Afflicted With Typhoid- Two children in the Clarence Wll- ley family. Rosemary, a year old, and Dwight, 5, were recently taken to the university hospital, Iowa City. They have been sick with typhoid fever, and another boy, 1, is sick with the same disease at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Society Hears Talk on China— An interesting meeting of the Evangelical missionary society was held last week Thursday at Mrs. Catherine Marty's. The subject was Evangelical Missions in China, and was ably led by Mrs. D. Lang, as she has a brother who is a missionary in China.. Good AVIll Club to Meet— The Good AVill club will meet with Mrs. Arthur Krause next week Thursday, with Emma Krause assistant hostess. At the January meeting there were 17 members present at Mrs. Paul Blumer's, and three quilts were tied for Mrs. John Freisted. AT PRIVATE SALE John Deere double cylinder hay loader. •Champion binder. John Deere corn plow. 1 set of farm trucks (wood 'Wheel). 1 set harness. •Must be sold before Feb. 25. Good notes taken. W. H. Bosworth 2 miles southwest of Algona J. J. Clnl) Entertained— Fourteen members of the J. J club met at Mrs. Arthur Hof's Friday. Progressive Rook furnished the entertainment, and Mrs. L. Eustace won first and Mrs. Harold Sorenson consolation. An exchange of home-made candy was made each member bringing a small box Iiist-for-Fiin Club Meets— The .Tust-for-Fun club met with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus Friday night, and rook was played at four ables, Mrs. B. Paulson and Dr. F Williams winning the high scores Mrs. Williams and Lloyd Zentnei he low. MARSHALL'S »t *U pniBgUU, or cent prepaid by WILLIAM* MFQ. Co, CLEVELAND, O. DHUG STOKE, ALtiONA END ECZEMA Thousands of pitiful cases of Chronic eczema completely recovered with Erlckson's wonaerful new remedy and wo sell it on a tfuarantee.—-1C D. James. (2) FORMER BURT BUSINESS MAN WILLRETURN Hurt, Feb. 9—Mr. arid Mrs. J. R. Blossom, former Burt residents who noved to Minneapolis several years go, have rented the Mrs. Clara Imith home and will move back to Burt. Mr. Blossom, who has not ieen in good health of late years, wice had a hardware store here. -le is the-father of R. S. Blossom, Algona, and there is another son, Donald, who has for some years been manager of a Ford financing agency at Minneapolis but has now been ordered to Los Angeles. T. Association Meets Tonight— The Parent-Teacher association vlll meet this week-Thursday even- ng at the schoolhouse, and the program will include music by the 5th ind 6th grades, a paper by Ira Trunkhill, a paper Where George iVashington Worshipped, by Mrs. J. W. Dorrance, and America, sung by he audience. T. L. Llclit-y Is Honored— Friends and relatives helped J. L .ichty celebrate his birthday Monlay evening. The evening was spent socially, rook being the principa entertainment. Dainty refreshments were served by Mrs. F. I Chapman and Jennie Mason. New Club Holds Meeting— A Progressive Rook club recently organized enjoyed a. social evening ast week Wednesday at Ed Dehn ert's. Four tables were in play and Mrs. Harry Lichty and Charles Wolfe were winners of high scores The hostess served refreshments. Conference to Be Held— The regular quarterly conference ivill be held at the Evangelica church Friday night, and cominun Ion service will be held Sunday with the Rev. Mr. Bergeman, of For Dodge,. presiding elder of this dis trict, conducting the services. 'Declaiu' Postponed by Sickness— Because many of the contestant were sick, also the coach, Mrs. Opa Morrison, the high school's declam atory conte»l was postponed ti February 17. Editor's Mother Is Here— Mrs. F. B. Coleman arrived fror Waterloo recently to make her horn with her son, Kditor Coleman, of th News, in an apartment above th Lichty hardware. Sfhool Fire Is Put Out— The fire department was calle last Thursday at noon to put out roof fire at the school building. Th fire was discovered soon, and littl damage wa.s done. Other Lu Vtfrne News, Tho^Lutheran Y. P. S. met at th church last week Tuesday nigh and the Rev. Mr. Wlttenburtr. pa* tor, sjtoko on the Lord's Praye Games were played, and lunch wa served by the Reddel young peopl A. W. Teasfelt went to Dayto last Thursday to attend the funera of the Rov. J. J. Kranke, long-tlm pastor of the Lu Verne church. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Trauger, Ames, came Saturday, called by th illness of Mrs. Trauger's fathci Paul Fechner. Mrs. Opal Morrison returned her duties Monday at school afte several days' absence due to illness Grant Henderson has been 1 with pneumonia. oth Teams Defeat Xedyard— The Lone Rock teams won a dou- le-header from Ledyard there Fri- ay evening and the girls' score was 6-15, and the boys 25-17. Seneca Laurence Zwtefels Have Daughter— Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Zwlefel are parents of a daughter born Saturday. Mrs. Zwlefel was formerly Verda Bell Chrlstensen. Spencer Family locates Here— / The Ralph Reldels, of Spencer, moved their household goods Into the Fred Rath house this week. Other Lone Rock. E. B. Dittnier, of Burt, accompanied by Charles Dlttmer and Glen Sharp, drove to Fort . Dodge Saturday to get Mrs. -N. L. Cotton and Mrs. E. B. Dittmer, who attended the short course at Ames, and Delmar Angus, who was on his way home from Chicago. Vera Morris, of Ames, came Saturday with Claude Samson and daughter Dorothy, and Irene Dalziel, of Algona. The girls spent the week-end with their parents. Supt C. Morris took the girls back Sunday. Alex Krueger, accompanied by S M. Gladstone and daughter Beulah and Mrs. A. A. Krueger, drove to Montrose, S. D., the former to look after business, and the latter to visit Mrs. S. M. Gladstone's parents at Salem, S. D. The Mite society will meet with Mrs. S. -M. Gladstone next week Thursday. Roll call will be a household hint. Mr. and Mrs.' Ralph Hurlbur were ill'with the flu last week, and Neva Rath, helping care for them became ill also with the flu. The H. J. Rices were business callers in Armstrong last week Tuesday. Mr. Rice wired a house at Swea City last week. Frederick Schultz attended a meeting of the poultry association at Ames last week. The Sewing Circle meets at Mrs Alex Krueger's this Thursday even ing. Mrs. W. J. Cotton entertained the Ernest and Roy Jensens and Al fred Kruegers Friday evening. Ledyard. Mr. Busch for P. F. Kriethe. worked her fanscns Will leave Hurt— The E. A. Hansens were Sunday llnner guests at Elmer Peterson's, Titonka. They expect to move March 1 to a farm they own near Bricelyn, Minn. Mr. Hansen was 'or some years in business at Titonka, and then bought and operated the G. J. F. Vogel general store here, which he sold some time ago. Pro-Local 'Declam' Held— A pre-local declamatory contest In the humorous class was held at the schoolhouse last week Wednesday svening. Viola Riddle, Derald Riddle, and Joseph Graham were chosen to speak in a final local contest, with Einer Morness and Lorraine Kollasch as alternates. Surprise for Ehvood Nelson— Friday evening a surprise part was given at Henry Nelson's in hon or of their son Elwood's 21st birth day. Krlegers Have New Son— Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Krieger ar parents of a 10-lb. bby, born Sun day, February 2. Other Bnrt News. The C. B. Chipmans called at Mil Brown's, near Garner, and at th Rev. G. W. Eggleston's, -Britt, Sun day. Mrs. Brown is Mr. Chapman sister, and the Rev. Mr.' Egglesto was once the Methodist pastor hen Mrs. B. W. Brooke, who wa called to Alta by news of the deat of an aunt, returned last wee Tuesday, accompanied by her siste Mrs. May Meyers, Aberdeen, S. D. Mrs. George White, Sioux City and a neighbor, Mrs. Henry Vos came Sunday to visit Mrs. White parents, ' Mr. and Mrs. William Ringsdorf. Winsome Volentine, Sanbor teacher, spent the week-end wit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Vo entine. Myron Chipman, John Schroede AVendell Patterson, and Raymon Koestler, 'Ames students, were week end visitors at home. The Home Guards will meet Sat urday afternoon at Mrs. J. G. Se wick's; Dorothy and Phyllis Brooki hostesses. The Fortnightly club met at th farm home of Mrs. R. S. John las week Wednesday. Banker and Mrs. J. T. Heane visited relatives at Kiester an Bricelyn, Minn., over the week-en A large crowd attended a danc iven by the Legion last Thursda evening. Richard Lavrenz is at Algona wit his grandfather, Fred Lavrenz Sr who recently lost his wife. Mrs. J. H. Graham spent Satur day at her son O. H. Graham's Fenton. Kurt. Girl Wins Degree- Mr, and Mrs. C. F. Mann and their daughter Amber returned last week Tuesday from Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Mann went down to see their daughter receive her B. S. degree from the university and brought her home. Club Plans Public Program— The next meeting of the Woman's club will be held at the schoolhouse next Monday evening and will be open to the public. The program will consist of a play and special music in celebration ington bi-centennial. of the Wash- Puy Dividend at Tltonka— Lloyd Elston, assistant F. N. bank examiner here, and Selina Clifton spent Saturday at Titonka, paying a 10 per cent'dividend to the depositors of tional there. the closed First Na- Wrestlers Lose Two Bouts— A Graettinger high school wrestling team came to Burt Friday evening and defeated the Burt team, 33- S. Saturday evening the local team went to Eagle Grove, and was again defeated, by the same score. leu for Summer Harvested— Henry Ewoldt, Charles Olson, and Clifford Holding are putting up Ice for the drug store, meat market, and restaurant, thick. The ice is 14 inches H. G. A. Sewlck Seriously Sick- Harry Sewick, Ireton, and Lura Sewick, Harris, were week-end visitors at the H. G. A. Sewick home. Mr. Sewick Is still In serious condition. the he audience sang "Hall, Hall, ahg's All Here," and "Smile." Claude Betchelhelmer, Waterloo, ecretary of the Iowa State Creani- ry association, and connected with National Dairy Council, gave an nterestlng talk on Increased dairy onsumptlon, bringing out that airy products, best for the health, re also as cheap- or cheaper than ther foods. Prof. Rudnlk, head f -the Darly Extension -Department f the Iowa State college (Ames), poke on quality. Fred Missal, who Ves near-Britt, but Is a. patron of he creamery, sang two songs. Mr. Jlssal always contributes to the ex- ellence of these programs. County Agent Morrison was present and gave a short' talk. Two Wesley calf club boys, Kenneth Donovan and John Foster, who led for first at the county 'fair, vere given extra prizes of $8 each by Wesley business men, and the remiums were publicly awarded at his meeting. The calf club boys ook no tfart In the program, but had a table exhibiting dairy conveniences of their Invention, and ndlcatlng their methods of caring 'or calves. Prof. Rudnlk conducted a con- .est on cream scoring, each member of the audience as he entered, being given an opportunity to taste and udge three samples of cream. Ten dollars In prizes .was given 'by the board. Mrs. Silas Skow won first, uy M.'Butts second, J. P. Studer and Ervln Olson third. Other winners were L. A. Matern, Silas Skow, W. J. Frimml. and Fred Missal. At the business meeting It was voted to grade the cream, first and second. The same directors were re-elected for three years: John Loebig, John Arndorfer, Henry Haverly and Herman Ostercamp. L. E. Krantz bought the buttermilk for 40 cents per 100 gallons. Financial reports were distributed. Butter manufactured last year totaled 314,30( pounds, and the butterfat purchased totaled 257,618 pounds. It Is remarkable that, while the amount -of butterfat received increased 21.9 per cent over the previous year, the op- France* fluff* Mlldr«l F6*, Marie fceno. ' , *• It. H. the Methodtel W, *. M. S. Meet Friday afternoon with Han* Hanson. Mrs. Ameabury has the lesson, and Mrs. Dlekmarm will lead devotions. The last half of chapter two In Christ Comes to the Village will be studied. This Id the deferred January meeting. No February meeting will be held, since the special meetings at 'the church will be in progress. Church Special Meeting* Planned- Special meetings, In charge of the pastor, the Rev. Mr. McNulty, will begin at the Methodist church next week Wednesday evening. Among neighboring pastors who will speak are the Revs. Sunderlln, Garner, Eggleston, Brltt, and Howe, Buff aid Center. It Is planned to continue the meetings two weeks, and during this time the Bible study class will suspend Its meetings. turned, In, tout the-btoftft tinguished - %ith '. tlrtgulsher*. WAS lire ex**<• SftgL.ii ss^^s ttift; Ctonpi Rev. \v R w Wednesday. Mr tootiovan, Wesley Teams Defeat Hake- Friday the Wesley teams played at Rake, basketball and bur girls won, 21-20, and the boys won, 27-17. Wesley girls will play Lu Verne here thte week Tuesday evening,', and .at the same, time and place he boys will play Lu Verne. 'Friday evening Thompson comes here, and hat will be the last home game for :he girls. . LOTTS CREEK YOUTH WED AT WHITTEMORE Lotts Creek, Feb. 9—A wedding largely attended took place last week Tuesday at 1:30 p. m. at the Whittemore Lutheran church, the Rev. William Faulstich officiating, when Frieda Meyer. Whittemore, became the bride of Edwin Lieb, of Lotts Creek. The bride was attended by Edna Dau, Whittemore, and Alvin Meyer, little brother bride, and Marie, daughter of the of Hugo Faulstich, Lotts Creek, carried baskets of flowers. Hugo Meyer, brother of the bride, attended the bridegroom. A 5 o'clock dinner was served at the bride's parental home to more than 100 relatives and friends who remained for the evening, when a mock wedding took place. After a few days with the bride's parents the couple will be at home on the Adam Lieb farm. Other Lotts Creek. William Wetzel and Mrs. Richard Potratz received word Sunday that their sister, Mrs. William Ristau, Lu Verne, became unconscious Sunday morning and died at noon. The annual township meeting was held Monday afternoon at the John KohUves home. Peter Elbert, Potratz, and George Winkel in attendance. Luella Liesner has been sick and unable to attend school. Ewold Kohlwes, another pupil, was sick una out of school Monday. Mr. ana Mrs. Maurice Wallace, pf erating expenses increased only 1.6 per cent. Edna Johnson Is Married— The marriage of Edna Johnson daughter of Mrs. Axel Johnson, and Halvor Jr., Son of Mr. and Mrs Halvor Flom took place at 1:30 last week Wednesday in the Methodist parsonage at Burt, the Rev. J. E. Clifton officiating. Mr. Clifton is the bride's former pastor. The couple was attended by the bride's sister, Mrs. Wallace Donovan, and Mr. Donovan. A wedding supper was served at Mrs. Donovan's, and they left the next day for a trip to Cedar Falls. They returned Sunday evening. Edna has lived in or near Wesley all her life; and the greater part of Halvor's life has been spent here. Both are graduates of the Wesley high school. Edna graduated at 15, and being too young then to teach, she attended school at Cedar Falls for two summers. However, having later taken a position as merchant's clerk, she continued in the same occupation and never took up teaching. She clerked several years for Ben Felt, Chas. Krause's predecessor, and two years for Albert Kleinpeter. Much of the time she has remained at home as companion for her mother, since she was the only child unmarried. Halvor is a skillful carpenter. He was in the army during the World war, and is prominent in the Legion. The young people will make their home with the bride's mother till they can obtain a house. A large company of neighbors and friends charivaried the young couple Sunday evening. The group was invited in and were "treated." Anna Ulolcli Is Married— Anna Blelch, youngest daughter, of Albert Bleich, and Sylvester, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Garmann, farmers east of Wesley, were married at St. Joseph church this week Monday morning, the pastor the Rev. Father Wessling officiating in nuptial hgh mass. The bride wore a gown of shell-pink satin, with silver hat, and a corsage bouquet of roses and sweet peas. The bridesmaid, Caroline Garmann, sister of the bridegroom, was dressed in a gown of rosedale lace, with hat to match. She also wore a corsage bouquet of roses and sweet peas. The bridegroom and his best man, Frank Bleich, brother of the bride, were dressed in dark suits. A wedding breakfast was served to the bridal party at the horne of the bride's sister, Mrs. Tom Forburger. After a trip to Rockwell City and Storm Lake, the couple will be at home on their farm three miles north of Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Garmann gave a danfie to friends at the Sexton hall Monday evening. Bible Study Class to Meet— The Methodist Bible Study class meets this Tuesday evening at Chas. Krause's. The llth chapter of John will be studied. The meeting al Hans Hansen's last week was largely attended. The meetings open with songs. One or more verses are then read in turn by members until the chapter is completed; the pastor , offering comments and explanations of each passage. Questions are then called for, and the lesson closes with a discussion on the present-day application of each passage, for, and Attends P. M. Convention— Julius Studer and Simon Hlrner eft Monday to attend a convention of Independent oil dealers at Des Hoines. They will return Thursday. They are secretary and president, reBpectlvely, of the K. and H. cooperative oil company, operating at Wesley, Titonka, and Corwlth. Shower Honors Edna Johnson— A miscellaneous shower was given for Mrs. Halvor Flom Jr., nee Edna Johnson, at the home of Mrs Frank Bonnstetter Tuesday afternoon. Feminine friends brought many handsome gifts, and the hostess served refreshments. Ash- Wednesday Obserred Yesterday Ash Wednesday will be observed at St; > Joseph church this vjeek Wedhiesday"mornlng,'wlth' high mass at 8 o'clock. Blessing,of the Ashes will take place. Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent. Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Paulson Wesley, drove Sunday to Buffalo Center Sunday, and In the absence of the Rev. Mr. Thompson conduct pd services at the Congregationa church. "Mrs. Paulson was the chle speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Mau,' Britt, neigh bors of Mrs. Nettie Turgeson am her husband near Britt 40 years ago visited Mrs. Turgeson Friday. Members of the Hans Hansen family were dinner guests of th Charles Krauses last Thursda; evening. . Mrs. Wilbur Fisher's sister, Rutl Hawk, Britt. spent the week-en vith Mrs. Fisher. Mrs. Arlo Dawson is seriously i! vlth erysipelas. KOSSUTH HATCHERY STARTS 6,000 EGGS HERE SATURDA' The Dewey Snyders have returne and the Kossuth County Hatcher n the Dutton & Leffert building ha )een reopened. This is one .of seve hatcheries owned by Marls DeWolfe owner of the Spencer Chick Hatch ery. The local branch was to star ts incubator with 6,000 eggs Satur day. The incubator's capacity 94,000 eggs. The Snyders have bee n. charge ever since the branch wa opened. Between seasons they ar employed at the Spencer home plan Sister is Dead. Whittemore, Feb. 9—Mrs. Henr aalen received word a week ago o :he death of her sister, Mrs. Mlnnl Setche, 80, at El Reno, Okla. Th family once lived on the farm no- owned by Edward Greinert. Albert were Oratorical— Helen Fenton, spent Boettcher's. Ewald Kohlwes was sick days and unable to attend Laura. Nelson, Clare Wolf, and June Buscli Family to Ledyard— The Will Busch family, which had occupied the B. V. Daniels house in dramatic— (Madeline Haunt- man, Evanseline Cruise, Ethel Braley, Margaret Pwyeraaa (Pearl $na.r Fran^en Questions are then called the lesson closes with a discussion on the present-day application of the chapter studied. Declam Tryouts are Held— The high school declamatory tryouts were held last week, and contestants selected to take part in the preliminary contest at tho Klelnpet- er hall next week Tuesday evening Saturday, Feb. I3thl Free! . We have ordered one hundred of the new dri erV license poeket cases which/we will give to driv. ers as long as they last at our service station at AM gona,« where'we are, distributors for Pure Oil Co,j products. / Aero-Service Station Come and See .. CHALLENGE! A Fine Elect fie Vfa^her Yoii'/l B* ALL THIS IS NOW Effortless washday . . . clean and sanitary clothes, ... more hours to devote to the home and family . . . less expensive laundry service ... health and strength protector, and a new peace of mind. Remarkably Low Priced $ Only 59 50 Here at last is your ideal of a simple, efficient, and really good washer at a price which makes possession easy. Call and ask us to explain and demonstrate the New CHALLENGER ... there is no obligation. Kohlhaas Hardwarcl LENTEN SPECIAL POSTE Seasonable Foods at an extra special redu lion in price for three days. Every item H»t ed is guaranteed to give positive and con plete satisfaction. .These exceptional valu may be had at your nearest Council Oi Store. FRIDAY - SATURDAY - MONDAY _^ _ February 12-13-15 DIREC1 IMPORT from HOLLAND Herring BARTLETT - PEARS For a perfect sauce add 4 cups of sugar to a No. 10 can of these Pears and bring to a boil. When cooled the flavor is most exquisite. FRESH CAUGHT — These fancy, full fat Herring will please in every particular. Milchners, keg g9c MIXED-^9 lb. kegs PEABERRY - COFFEE Inspect this, cpffee in the whole herry, Free from quakers and sour beans. 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