Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 25, 1932 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 25, 1932
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PAGE TWO '• f ts '^ , ?•; ,<^i" ;;;.::•• •^V'r:/'^.°.:'^.^ijS^fe FUNERAL HELD ATFENTONFOR EX-RESIDENT Fenton, Feb. 23—After having (been In poor health for some time, Welcome, Minn.; early last week Whittemore Farmer Is Heart Attack Victim Ulchard Volgt, •died suddenly "Wednesday morning of heart dls- •e&se. Mr. Volgt, who was born February 13, 1886, in Fairville township, Palo Alto county, and was Just past 16 at death, was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Albert Volgt. On March 81, 1909, he married Mae Boevers, And they lived near Seneca, later .siear Ringsted. They moved to a farm near Welcome 12 years ago. The widow and three children survive, Lorena, Esther, and Kenneth. JV. daughter, Mildred, died seven years ago. 'Four brothers, William and Arthur, Fenton, Otto, Taopi, Ulnn., and Herman, 'Ellendale, Minn., and four sisters, Mrs. Sarah .Menz, Fenton, Mrs. Susie Lai-eon, Grove City, Minn., Mrs. Margaret 03omek, Granada, Minn., and Mrs. Mary Hayenga, Henry, Minn., also Jjurvive. ' Funeral services were held at the *ome at 9:30 a. m. Saturday and at Tenton at 2 p. m., the Rev. T. S. -ondale officiating, assisted by the •Hev. J. T. Snyder, local Methodist rpastor. Burial was made in the *emetery. south of town. Out-of- Ttown relatives attending the funeral •were Mrs. Hayenga and Herman •Voigt. "Washington Program Is Given— The following program was given 1>y local school pupils at the opera Itouse Monday afternoon, celebrating Washington's bicentennial: bu- -*le call; The Flag Goes by; flag •quad; Pledge to the Flag; America's Creed; America; remarks, Otterness; drill, first and sec- •wnd grades; Story of the Flag, third -amd Fourth grades; Characteristics -»T Washington; orchestra; Cautions the Flag, third ami fourth grades; Etiquette of the \Flag, seventh and eighth grades; of "Washington, The Man Himself; Star-Spangled Banner. Honors "Whittemore Girl— Mrs. F. H. Bohn entertained Friday evening, honoring her sister, •Susan Goederg, Whittemore, who Shas been here two weeks. Bridge -was played at two tables, and the •JUgh score was won by Mrs. H. E. :Relmere. Other guests were Mrs. -C. W. Newel, Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, :Mrs. R. C. Goetsch, Agnes Goetsch, ..*Irs. F. H. Eigler, and Mrs. H. C. Xindsey. Every guest received a Whittemore, Feb. 18—Bert Nelson, near Cylinder, died suddenly and unexpectedly a week ago Saturday. In the forenoon he got a load of hay and unloaded it in the barnyard at his farm. He then seemed well. He and Mrs. Nelson had attended a party the evening before at Emmetsburg. After .dinner he and hie sons Virgil, 14, and Allen, 10, we*t after another load, and he pitched the hay from the ground while the boys spread it in the hayrack. Suddenly he fell against the stack. His sons thought at first that he had fainted, and they tried snow to revive him, but their efforts were fruitless. Virgil started for the house to call hie mother, and the younger brother called after him that he thougt the father was dead. A physician who. was sum- money found life extinct. The body was taken to the Foy undertaking quarters at Emmetsburg, and funeral services were conducted last week Tuesday at St. John's Lutheran church, the.Rev. A. 'K. Gaard officiating and burial was made in an Emmetsburg cemetery.;- • Mrs. Nelson left two other sons, Arno, of St. James, Minn., and Delyle, also his mother, who lives at Fairmont, two sisters, and three brothers. Home Declamatory Is Hcld — The high school's annual home declamatory contest was held last week Wednesday night at the academy. In spite of stormy weather a fair-sized audience attended. Esther Behnke won first in oratorical, John Mosbach, second; Bernice Balge- \Verner Siems now'have two boys and one girl. ' • Uncle of Henry Lanck Bead-William Meyer, Henry Lauck, Mr. Erwln, and Walter Streucker drove to Steen, Minn., Saturday to attend the funeral of a Mr, Tecken Henry's uncle. Other WhHtemore News. Mr and Mrs. Clarence Johnson, Mallard, spent Sunday at Supervisor Balgeman'e. Mrs. Johnson was Meta Balgeman. The Johnson, had Just returned from a wedding trip to Des Moines. The J° hnsonAs ' ™* Balgemans and Amanda West Bend, Esther vc and Lillian Heldenwlth Sunday evening dinner guests of the local Balgemans, George Balgeman, Behnke, were NAMEW iron HOME NNERS NKA'S )ECLAM CaadkfcU Ai*ln The H S. girls' basketball team cnme the . home Saturday evening from Xedyard county tournament good sports, though they did rt go , not win Results appear elsewhere. Our. boys Play, this week Friday and Saturday in a county tuornament at Meyer, Herman Voight, Elmer Bell, Adella Bell, and Mrs. Arthur .Heidenwith returned last week Wednesday from Sauk Center, Minn, where, they attended the funeral of Mrs. Henry Meyer. William Koehneckes have v the Theodore Keene hou«e one of the H. S. Dalley houses. The Frank Smith will move from one of. the Baldwin houses, to the Teuton Represented In Contest— A number of the members of the •Fenton Methodist choir took part in the recent Algona district music festival at Algona: Mesdamee Ken- -neth Stephenson, Carrie Voight, •Charles Weisbrod, W. E. Stober, W. -"JR. Wolfe, and Lily Rasmussen, Bea.-trice and Irene Newel, Mable Laabs, BPreda Reimers, and Maurice Bils- iborough. Infant Falls to Survive— A boy born Friday jnorning to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tietz, a mile •east of town, lived only till Saturday morning, and was buried Sunday at the Lutheran cemetery, north •of town, after a short funeral service conducted by the Rev. R. W. Xabelitz. Three Qnlltlns' Bees Glvon— Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod was hostess •at a quilting bee last Thursday. The .same afternoon Mrs. H. C. Lindsey •entertained six women at a bee, and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher entertained at a third quilting party. Goodies Sent to Knoxvlllc— The Legion Auxiliary met with Mrs. A. H. Krauee last week Mon••day night, and plans were laid for a bake sale soon. Home-made candy and cookies were sent to the veterans' hospital at Knoxville. man, first in humorous, Edwin Mai- lory, second; Verdell Lauritzen, first in dramatics, Alvera Behnke, second. Mrs. Donald Weir, wife of the Burt superintendent, was judge. MusiC was furnished by Mrs. J. M. Fleming and her son James. Shower Honors Edna Dan— A miscellaneous shower was given Sunday-evening., at the St. Paul's Lutheran schoolhouse for Edna, daughter of Mrs. Anna Dau, south of town. • Five hundred -was played at eight tables, Mrs. Hugo Faulstich winning high, Eldora Dau low. There was a mock wedding, and Linda Dau gave a reading, At the Wedding. Lunch was served. The bride-to-be received many gifts. Balgeman Daughter Is Sick— Supervisor and Mrs. Balgeman received word one day last week that their daughter Viola, student nurse in Chicago, had been sick two or three weeke. 'She was to come home Saturday, but was not well enough. She is now expected this week-end. Son for Werner Slems Family— Mrs. Chris Siems has a new grandson, . born to -Mr. and Mrs Werner Siems, Evansville, Ind. Tlje Titonka, Feb. 23—The annual high school home declamatory 'Contest was held In the H. S. auditorium last week Monday evening. In the oratorical class Padlocks'and Rock- piles, given by Wilbur Schram, was first, and The New South, by Idabelle Tyron, second. In dramatics were Helen Beed, first, with The Lost AVord, and Barbara Ball won second with Little .Boy Blue* The winners In the humorous class were Leota Oesterrelcher, Friday After- ase. . and the son Herbert was con. fined to bed Monday, went to Oscar Schattschncider cently. widowed were ness to Mr. and Mrs. George H. Crtow^vHwo^tnd two b< Mrs P. J. Locke was critically laet week-end at her daughter J. B. Walker's, north of town, is of advanced years, Joseph Faber and Bert Shellmeyer trucked stock to Sioux City one day last week. They found the roads in •bad condition. Clifford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Keene, has bought a secondhand Pontiac. Mrs. Margaret Kruger was sick last week-end, also Mrs. J. P. Elbert. .noon in a Village School, first, and Howard Carlson, My Brudder, He's So Dumb, second. The Judges were Principal W. A. Cresap, Gertrude Dudley, and Mrs. J. S. Hlllard, all of Eethervllle. , Hans P. Chrlstensen Passes-;Following a stroke two weeks ago Hans P.'Chrlstenaen, 73, died at his home here last week Wednesday. He was born in Denmark November 13, 1858, and came to America In May, 1879. For some years he lived at Nevada, in Story county, where he was married In May, 1893. They had four children: Mrs. Elna Buffington; Frances, who Is dead; Mrs. Elaine Geeter; and Clarence. His widow, two sisters and a brother in Denmark, two sisters and a brother In America, and five grandsons .also survive. After leaving Nevada the family lived a few years in states farther west, coming to Kossuth In the spring of 1895. Mr. Christensen was an Odd Fellow and a member of the Danish Lutheran church. Methodist. Revival Being Held— ' Evangelistic services have been In progress at the Methodist church during 4he.4a«t,.week or so, with Br. and Mrs. Charles B. Brooks helping. Mr. Brooks Is music director, soloist, and worker with young people,'and Mrs. Brooks'Is pianist. Dist. Supt. Lease, of Algona, has aahs, been preaching. Mr. Brooks led an Mrs. Ep W orth League meeting Sunday evening. A contest was planned. Everyone who attends the church services Tuesday and Thursday «rs. evenings will earn so many points. She The losers are to entertain the winners Friday night. M ANY KOSSUTH PEOPLE will recognize this picture of A. H. Avery, announcement • of ' whose candidacy for renomlnatlon for representative from ...Clay •', county appeared In last week's Spencer papers. •' '' ! . . I IMPROVEMENTS AT IRVINGTON Irvlhgton, Feb. 23—Fifteen mem- bet* and three visitor* attended A Star S. S. clas» party at the church annex Friday evening. Roll call was answered with" suggestions for the betterment of tn'u class, for entertainment, and for raising fund*. A. few of the suggestions were; each member should be able to teach the class; regular church attendance; class cooperation; monthly parties picnics, and roller-skating! penny and nickel socials; a play; tax of iOc a member monthly; and a carnival.' The rest of the evening wa» spent at games, after which refreshments were served by the teacher Mrs. William Boldrldge. Missionary Society Meet*— The Mteslonary society met Friday at the church, Mrs. Wm. Boldrldge leader. „ Articles on China and thi American Indian Austin Summers were read. "sang Saved by Lone Rock Woman Taken to Bancroft for Burial Lone Rock, Feb. 23—Catherine Agnes O'Donnell died at the home of her father, William O'Donnell, last week Wednesday evening. She was 33 years old. She was born on November 14, 1898, at Campus, 111., and came to Kossuth with her parents in 1901. Funeral services were held Saturday at. 9:30 in the St. John's church at Bancroft, and she was buried in the St. John's cemetery. Besides her father brothers and sisters were all at her her Texas Relative Visits Here— T. O. Lively, Rochester, Minn., -ispent the week-end at J. F. Newel's. Mr. Lively, who had been taking •treatment for his eyes, was en route •to his home at Palestine, Tex. Standard Bearers Are Hostesses— The Standard Bearers and their •counsellor, Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod, en- lertained the foreign missionary sobriety at the Methodist church last week Wednesday evening. South Dakota Drive Is On— The Legion post is sponsoring a nflrive for a car of grain for South "Dakota. E. C. Fauerby, A. H. aCrause, and S. E. Straley are the leommlttee in charge. Clevator Names Second Man—At a meeting of the Farmers elevator company Saturday Hugo Mit- ttag, Lotts Creek, was elected sec- -ond man. Thirty-four sealed bids -•wore submitted. •*hree Attend Training School— •Lorena and Alice Dreyer and their «-H club leader, Mrs. W. J. Weis- bedeide during her last illness: Julia, Tom, William, Bernard, at home; Mrs.- Art Sprank, of Lone Rock; Mrs. Fred'Flaig, Fenton; and Ed O'Donnell, of Campus, 111. 1. H. loses In Tournament,— The girls' basketball tuornament at Ledyard Friday and Saturday did not turn out very favorably for Lone Rock girls, who lost to Lu Verne, 34-13. Seneca won the tournament. Johnson, of Gllmore City, was referee. Several Have the Flu— Jessie Stebritz, Mre. Art Sprank, and H. J. Rice were sick last week. Glen, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sanders, had a bad attack of flu with convulsions. Dr. Peters was called. MARRIAGE OF FIRST COUSINS IS HALTED Ernest Davis, 28, and Pearl New, 20, of Warren county, obtained a license to marry at Spencer on a recent Wednesday, but before they had time to have the knot tied the bride's father arrived and on a showing that the pair are first cousins obtained cancellation of the license and took his daughter home. It is said that the parents on both' sides objected. In Iowa first cousins are forbidden to marry, but in many other jurisdictions there is no ban. The reason lor the ban is that the defects of common ancestors tend under certain conditions to reappear in the children of first cousins. Scientists hold that this objection to such marriages is not valid in cases where it can be shown that the common ancestry reveal% no inheritable defects of consequence. Often, indeed, it turns out that the children inherit the favorable rather than the unfavorable characteristics of their ancestors and are therefore of better breeding than their forebears. First, B. B. Boys Defeat Wesley— The high school basketball teams played Wesley on the^Wesley floor Friday night, and the Wesley seconds won, but the local firsts won, 19-9. Tkonkians in attendance were the William Boykens, Edithmae Budlong, Mildred and Fern Krantz, Bernice Larson, a.nd , Hazel Miller. Birthdays of Two Celebrated- Mrs. Virgil Pendergast entertained at a bridge luncheon laet Thursday. The birthdays of the hostess, and Mrs. Homer Downs were celebrated, and the table centerpiece was a birthday cake. The hostess won the high bridge score, and Mrs. Pierre Sartor'was low. Telephone Company Kames Officers The annual telephone meeting was held at the I. O. O. F. hall Saturday. Officers were elected: president, Jay Budlong; vice president Charles Newville; secretary, Mre TUBERCULOSIS VICTIM BURIED AT BANCROFT Bancroft, Feb. 23 — Funeral services were conducted by Monslgnor J. D. Flsch at St. John's Catholic church Saturday morning for Catherine A. O'Dpnnell, who died at her home Wednesday evening of tuberculosis. Miss O'Donnell was 33 years old. , She was. born vln.Campus, 111.,, and Is a daughter of William O'Donnell. Aged Woman Seriously 111— •Mrs. Arnold Delterlng and daughter Betty arrived Wednesday from Burlington. Mrs. Dettering was called here by the Illness of her grandmother, Mrs. McDonald. Mrs. McDonald is 85 years old and Is critically ill with diabetes. She makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. W. A. Murray. Mrs. Deiterlng will be remembered as Helen Wilkinson. Holds Funeral at Ledyard— The Rev. Mr. Strum, of -Ledyard, officiated at funeral services for Mrs. Joseph Krebebach, 57, at Ledyard Friday morning. Mrs. Krebsbach died of heart, trouble and pneumonia. A number from here attended the funeral, as Mrs. Krebsbach had many friends here. . Grace, accompanled ( at the piano b: Mrs. Morris" Par'son^'artd' Mi's.' V. J Schlchtl and Mrs. A. McLean. »ng a duet, accompanied -by Mrs. M. 1 Roney. Mre. K. P. Roney played Meditation, by Morrison, as a plan< solo. Refreshments were served by the Meadames Roney. Many Sailer With Flu— Recent Buffers from the flu are Mrs. Earl Miller, Mrs. Harry Sabln Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spurgeon, Mr and Mrs. Elmer Dote, Mr. artd Mrs O. L. Miller, daughter Betty • Ma« Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch, the Ralph Lees, the R. J. Skllllngs, Jewell Patterson, son Verle.sMrs. Paul Hudson, and Helen Johnson. Finger Is Almost James Devlne suffered lastf' week from a cut Index ;f Inger on *ls left hand acquired while he was cutting wood last w^elj.'Mond»y.vTheiflnt;«r remained attached '.Jo the hand by only a thin piece of "flesh and skin, but a surgeon flewed It back In. place and believes ''Itf'win** 1 heal ; causing the Joint to be stiff. and Mi* Forbes StllU. MrV and 4 Mrt.*,Jtorb«* . o fcrlU<M6itday ( ftltil MM. Stiitt remained to help care tor net 1 slater, Mrs. Howard Shore", who 1* mck, ilr«. Share wa« fortnerty Helen Mm There will be an alUday tiM»ting 6f the 'IrVlngfbn fctrm Bureau this week- JMlay at Charles figeiei » D. Hutehin* In Change of ^program. C. OR. Schoby dr'dte to Des.Molnea Monday to'bring up an Indiana man whom he ha« hired to take the place of August Hansen, the, Hatisens will be at Judge Quarton'* farm. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. He,used for his text, "I will make a man finer than gold." Isaiah, 12:13. The William Boldrldges drove to Brltt Sunday afternoon to vlsf friends, and Mrs.. Bold>Wge malned for a longer visit A Merrill Parsons will start work for Henry Weber February 29. Th% was 6, K. Mabert, Garner, briefly >on a recent was introduced about town by <jl Beardsley, ' Mr. Maben, who • thfeft terms a* Hancock count,i resentatlve in war time, i s ' dftto lot 1 , the republican for of state. Wn other'candidate so far annom™ R, B. Johnson, of MuscaUn* present 'treasurer, wham, it ' many voters In the June p.,, Will scratch because he is j' of having i been arrested a months ago for driving while J the Influence of liquor. Mr. n Is a charter member of the HBI Farm Bureau and secretary O fl Jiancoek "county mutual." * YOU CAN GET THE LAST ' dangerous miles out of your jj| without ,belng forced to drive'I 'Bell 'this unusel mileage to i Offep ends February 29. i Training School Held Today— An Irvlngton Farm Bureau train- Ing school will 'be held this week Thursday at Mrs. Hugh Raney's. Block printing will be studied from 10 a. m. to 4:00 p. m. Each cooperator attending will take a covered dish and sandwiches. Charles Newville. Seniors Have Pictures Taken— The senolrs drove to Algona last week Wednesday morning and -had pictures taken. In the afternoon they went to a show. Coach Frye Is Injured— While Coach Frye waa trying to repair the fan on his car Saturday he accidentally caught his fingers In it, and tore the nails off two ting- Grade Teacher Is 111— Mies Dunn, 7th and 8th grade Four Cor The Mothers and Daughters club Other Titonka News. Mr. and Mrs. R, L. Krantz entertained their bridge club last week Wednesday evening. Mrs. M. S. Craven won the high score for women, and Mr. Craven the high men's score. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fisher, of Philadelphia, arrived by car Sunday to spend two weeks vacation with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Fisher. Gladys Boggess and Lester Callies entertained the Young People's Bridge club last week Monday evening at M. S. Craven's. Kenneth 'Larson drove to Clarion Friday to begin work In a "candy kitchen." His brother Kermlt works in a Clarion hotel. Mrs. Carl F. Callies, Leota Oesterreicher, H^len Beed, and Wilbur Schram drove to Estherville Monday afternoon. Basketball games were played New Beauty Parlor March 1— Jesse Stebritz has rented the former Dr. Scanlan rooms above Kennedy's store and will operate a beauty parlor. She expects to open March 1. Mrs. Stebritz has been operating a beauty parlor in Lone Rock. Other Bancroft News. Lawrence Bergman went to Ruthven Friday and early Saturday morning with Mr. and Mrs. John Staver drove to Iowa City, where Mrs. Staver entered the university hospital. Mrs. .Staver Is'a sister of Mr. Bergman. Evans Carmean and Francis J. Lonergan spent the week-enci with their parents here. The boys are. attending the Des Moines School of Pharmacy at Des Moines, and this Is their first year. Alice Grethan, office girl for Dr. J. A. Devlne, spent the week-end 1n Carroll with her eister, who Is attending the training school for nurses at St. Anthony's hospital. Mrs. Lee McCord arrived last Thursday from Gurnel, 111. She le helping care for her mother, Mrs. Eliza Robinson, Sylvester Robinson met her in Algona. Tom D. Garry and Lawrence Kockler left Sunday for Des Moines where he attended the state meeting of the Legion. Mr. Garry Is a mall carrier here. Irma Gilbertson, long distance op- Other Irvington News. Minnie Scheppman spent last week at Edwin Gade's, • West Bend The Seward Thorntons were Saturday night and Sunday visitors at Frank Thornton's, Emmetsburg. The Elliott Sklllings, Algona, and Mr and Mrs. Russell Frye were Sunday callers at Otto Opperman's, Cylinder. The Oppermans are former Al- gonians.' The Charles- Ditsworths Swea City, were at Samuel Reaper's Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Danner, of Lu Verne, spent Monday at Glen Hain's. The Leo Gregsons were dlnne guests last Thursday evening IN A I C O W A » > F.S.NOBTON'/bON S ONES, GWt HE THE HAME Watch us perk up and get on the job, just as soon as you tell your needs. We're waiting for orders from you. CallXZ9 F. S. Norton & Son t»rod, attended a training school at Algona last week Monday. Other Fenton News. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kluts, Peoria, 111., and their daughter Carol were -«>ver-Sunday visitors at ihe F. C. Kluss home, leaving Monday morning for Gait for a abort visit with Harry's brothers Alvin and Glen and sisters Alice and Mrs. Grace Gibbons. The Tony Hawor.ths, Armstrong, -were guests at F. P. Newel's Sunday. "Gladys Weisbrod, beauty operator at *he Rusch barber shop, Whittemore, «pent the day with her parents, Mr. •and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod. B. D. Wefebrod, Hartl*-, visited relatives liere. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Yager enter- -tained their bridge club last Thurs- tlay night. Dr. E. W. Huske won the high score; .Editor J. A. "Schwartz, low. Arthur Voigt and Mrs. Henry 3Joevers drove to Welcome, Minn., ^Monday for a short viait with the Matter's daughter, Mi's.. Richard Voigt. V. C. Bailey lias been at Waterloo «overal dayti, helping the receiver of a bank. v The C. O. Baileys, Rock Rapids, visited relatives here over Sunday. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod entertained sewing club Saturday evening. Irene Newel entertained at two bridge Saturday evening. teacher, was sick with the flu last week. Other teachers in high school have been taking care of her classes. Boys Go to Tournament— Lone Rock boys will play Wesley In the basketball tournament to be held In Lakota on this week Friday and Saturday and next Monday. Other Lone Rock. The preliminary declamatory contest was held In the school auditorium this week Tuesday evening. Towns competing are Fenton, Lone Rock, Algona, and Whittemore with Philip and Louis Reilly and Gladys Nelson representing Lone Rock. Mrs. Ethel Benjamin and son Jackie went to Dolliver Friday to visit the former's eister, Mre. Oliver Stowe. They returned Sunday. The Mite society met at the Rev. Mr. Gladstone's home last week Thursday. Next week it will meet at the L. E. Godfrey home. Jos. Blvidge is seriously ill with pneumonia. Alma Madison Is nurse and Mrs. Roy Jensen, his daughter, is caring for him. Fred G enrich attended a convention of tenth district mail carriers met last Thursday with Mrs. Roy LoWman. The opening song was Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean, and roll call waa answered with Washington quotations. Twenty- eight members and two visitors attended. A paper on Washington was given by Mrs. Lucille Rich, and one on Lincoln prepared by Mrs.- Ida Nickerson was read by Evelyn Nickerson. Two numbers were whistled by Mrs. Herman Lindeman. A play, The Return of George and Martha, was given by Mrs. Carl Seip, Mildred Robinson, Evelyn Nickerson, here Monday evening between the Titonka and Lone Rock high schools. The Glen Relbsamens, Marshalltown, drove up Saturday to visit local relatives, going-back Monday. Mrs. Ernest Hansen, of Rudd, came last week Wednesday for • a few days with local relatives. erator at the local telephone office, was ill two days last week and unable to be at work. ... Mrs. Mame Baker, of Leon, re- 'turned to her home Sunday after an extended 'visit with her slater, Mrs. G. W. Car mean. Linus Putz, of -Edgewood, spent the week-end with Mrs. Putz, Mrs. Putz Is principal of the Bancroft high school. Price Slashing Sale! Neville's shoe store is preparing for a big price slaughtering sale. Prices will be cut one-half. It will be a hard times party with prices cut to correspond with farm products. Why are we putting on this sale? We are not in need of money. We have no old goods to work off. Then why put on a sale? It is because I just closed a deal for $4,550.00 worth of distressed merchandise at 50c on the dollar and we feel we can do our customer* a lot of good and make some money for ourselves. That's the reason. • , ' '' '"••'•• • • •'.« '• There seems to be more merchandise on the market today than there is money to buy it. Cash talks in a very loud voice just how. Merchants are going out of business, lots of them busted. I can name twenty stocks for sale right now. It is a hard season for retail stores and I am not taking any chances. We buy them for spot cash and make prices that unload the goods in a hurry. We dp not keep them around to look at, for there will be plenty more to buy when we have this stock sold. Cut prices on good staple merchandise keeps the store full of customers and keeps the cash register ringing. It takes snap, energy, and hard work to do'these things, hut it is a great saving for the buying public just now wbjle money IB so scarce. People want goods, they have got to have them, but they cannot pay old time prices.. At this Bale you will find prices to suit your pocketbook. Come on, people, and get your share of the bargains. Sale starts Friday, February 26, and will continue for ten days. Florence McGllligan spent Thursday In Mason City with last the Fred Beckers. She le employed at Kennedy's. Thomas Murphy, attending college in Dubuque, spent the week-end here with his parents. at Fort Dodge Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt were visitors at L. R. Roderick's Sunday. A eister of Mrs. V. V. Frye visited at their home Sunday. Chris Shatser was seriously ill last week with the flu. and Grace Witham, Lunch wae served by the hostess. The next meeting will be on March 4 with Mrs. Edith Rich. The opening song will be Let the Lower Lights Be Burning, roll call will bo answered with Bible versea, a paper on Religion in the Homo will be read by Mrs. Jessie Mitchell, and a poem will be read by Maude Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lowman spent the week-end at Spencer, visiting relatives. Bernard Platt and L. J. Lowman did the chores while they were away. The Archie Walkers lost two cows Sunday, when a strawstack slid over on them. A number of young folks gathered at Jack Ldg-ht's, near Burt, last week Wednesday night for a party sponsored by "Lorctta Walker and Ruth Rich. Dancing and "600" furnished entertainment. Donna Jean, youngest daughter of re- last the Adultery Charged. Spirit Lake, Feb. 20—Mrs, Margaret Ostdick, in jail here since January 12, has been indicted for adultery, her alleged paramour being Peter Eckman, Arnolds Park, also indicted. the N. D. Mitchells, had BpHnts moved from one arm early week. She had worn them as result of a fall in which, she cracked a bone and sprained ttyo arm. A new bridge across the dredge ditch has been completed at the Noble Mitchell'e. " . ; ; patrona from ibis community have been attending the Bju«trom ptore auction sales at Ho- Coal Heat Costs Less m . Pocket books prove it ECONOMY is the watchword of the day. Why pay more fpr winter comfort when good coal, prop-? erly used, gives yotf most heat for your dollar. Save the difference for something else! USE BOTSFOJID'S PEEBLESS ... for lowest beat costs * Buy the ,best .coal. Burn it properly. Save the heat. These three things spell FyELj ECONOMY- Insist on BOTSFORP'S PEERLESS FOR. BEST .... Botsford Lumber Co. JIM POOL, M»»«ger PHONE 256 llgona, Iow» from dress _ leather house slippers at 39c a pair* Men's oxfords,,new £4 , and stylish, at __ 9 I • Men's work shoes, made by Peters Shoe Co., at .$1.19, $1.49, $1,98 Women's comfort £ + ftft slippers at _. l_ w- ^ I allU Nearly 200 pairs of ladies' arch support slippers, not a pair in this lot worth less than $5.00, They go into this ' — sale at __.,_.,_,.„ All-wool sweaters sold at $1.98 all fall, nowJ Men's underwear, regular $1.25 union suits, now .,, Men's front quarter horsehide coats,, worth. $11.00, now . Men's regular 45c wool sox now go at _.. Men's 25c dress, hose now go at —__2 FAIRS FOft Prices wUl be $1.00 59c •rsebide $5.50 25c 25c Buster Brown ladies' dress hose, the regular 50c kind, . OCf« now Very special for this sale-— Ladies' "Silk Fab", owe of the ,best 75c hose on the market, they gq at .. W __ T .,_ Men's work shirts, full put and extra well OCtf* made, now ----- „,;, ___ 39 V Men's domet flannel shirts, just the thing for ' spring's work at - w ,. jersey sweaters fpr day wear, in ' this sale .^,,^ TW ,,,^;, Boys' and children's sweaters at 4.'','_.-. We have a \g\ $ $6.00 oxford* sale at from 49c will ? fet OB ^^ w^ m^^m9^^iif_ , '4k ^l^jit' The Shoe Man *iifU^ "

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