Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 25, 1932 · Page 3
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1M2. HOME CONT AT IECLAM iSTHELD J VERNE COUNT? APVAKCB. ALQONA, IOWA Straw Stack Tips Over; Two Colts Are Saved ID ECZEMA , 7Ul pitiful Cttfces in the if anr months and we Bell it *5a*t~**.**"~<l Lu Verne, Feb. 23—The annual high school declamatory contest was held last week Wednesday night'In the H. S, assembly room. The judges arrived late because of drifted roads, and two of the readings had to be repeated, but most of the audience remained till the end. The winners were: oratorical—American Ideals, Richard Nlver, first, Universal dra- Your Peace, Byron Jones, second; mattes—Fear God and Take CAN SOW GET A TEST ANTI- KJfOCK GASOLINE *AT REGULAR PRICE? IN ptJROL-PEP AERO-SERVICE STATION; Own Part, Helen Kuebler, first, The White Hands of Telham, Charllne Chrtstensen, second; humorous—The Arithmetic—Dorothy Stoddard, first, Ronnie Visits the Circus, Maxlne Sidney, second. The firsts will compete at Wesley this' week Wednesday against that town, Tltonka, and Burt. The Wesley contest constitutes the first round In the annual state contest and Is also a sub- conrity contest. Lntheran Tonnir People Meet— > The Lutheran V. P. S. held a business and social meeting In the church basement last week Tuesday night,- with a good-sized attendance. After business and a talk on The Third Article by the Rev. Mr. Wittenberg, the rest of the evening was spent at games.' Cordelia, Bernadell and' Harold Rlstau served refreshments. . . ••••• 1 , . Sexton, Feb. 23—Hallard Snyder, tenant on the Doctor Adams farm, one-half mile north of Sexton, lost a horse Saturday night, when a straw- stack tipped over. Two colts were also caught. A tractor pulled the heavy top off, 'and the colte were rescued alive. S. S. Teacher Is Honored— The Helping Hand Sunday school class gave the teacher, Mrs. Loyd Steven, a surprise farewell party- Friday night at her home, south of town. There were 17 In attendance. Mrs. Harvey Steven and Mrs. Monroe Helter helped the children get up the party. Mrs. Carl Paetz In Fall— Mm. Carl Paetz fell while she was hanging up her washing one day last week, and It .was thought at first that she had broken a knee, but a doctor found only ligaments torn loose,'Which, however, has.been more painful than a break would have been. Sickness Postponed Aid Meeting— • An Aid meeting scheduled for last Thursday was postponed because of sickness. Carbuncle Afflicts Mrs. Smith- Mrs. Amy Smith has a carbuncle on one of her wrists. .Other Sexton. Pauline, Miller and James Johnson, Lu Verne, were Sunday supper guests of the John Millers.. The Millers spent Friday and . Saturday at Lu Ver.ne, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller, John's parents. William Hedrick Sr., who is at his eon Orvllle's, was called home Monday 'by news that his son Wil- llan had been badly hurt- by an automobile. Mrs. Harvey Steven spent part of last week with her mother, Mrs. John Wermersen,. Algona, who has again been sick, though now Improved. Mrs. Albert Grosenbach attended a Methodist foreign missionary society meeting at Mrs. F. L. Trlbon'e, Algona, Monday. There was only a email attendance at church and Sunday school Sunday, because of much sickness. The Henry .Brandts -spent Sunddy at Brltt with Mrg. Brandt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glaue. NEW RECEIVER FOR BANKS AT BURL TITONKA "' Burt, Feb. 23-—W. C. 'Pyle, receiver of the Burt and Titonka National banks, has recently been appointed receiver of a large bank at Waterloo, and has resigned as receiver of the Kossuth and Bode banks. Mr. Russell, assistant to Mr. Pyle, will be receiver of these three banks. tire Truck Is Purchased— • Last week Wednesday evening at a meeting in the Legion hall, Captain H. E. Jergenson, fire department Instructor for the.Iowa Insurance Service Bureau, spoke on fire 'prevention, purchased The town.council an . International has fire BIRTHDAY PARTY, STOPPED ONCE BY SNOW, IS GIVEN Union Twp., Feb. 23—Ruth Rich and Loretta Walker were hostesses at a party at Ethan Light's last week Wednesday evening honoring Lewis Broesder, who had a birthday recently. The party had been postponed once because of -bad weather and roads, and the storm last week Tuesday had closed the roads again, which kept-many'friends and even the guest of honor at homo. However, 30 guests attended, Cards, with dancing to music furnished by Mike Loss, Lloyd Walker, and Stephen furnished entertainment, and H. J, M'CHESNEY SUED FOR ACCOUNTING AT IOWA CITY Dispatches In state dallies recently reported that Dr. Charles Rowan, of Iowa City, former head of the silrgery department of the university medical college,, had brought suit for an accounting against W. J. Mc- former,,pre*ident Of since closed First National bantri Iowa City, v and brother-ih-'law" At Harvey fchgha'mr" Doctor Row*rt* who relied'on Mn McChesney as fl- hanclal adviser, cited 13 cases It* which, he alleged, his funds had been. converted Into frbfcen, Unstable, worthless securities. Mr. McOhe»* ney has filed action denying ti$» charges. ., Seasonable Suggestions! Attends Correspondents' Banquet— 'Mrs._F. I:.Chap'man was at. Fort Dpdge.vSaturday and attended a luncheon as guest of the Messenger, which entertained 80 correspondents. After lunch the guests were welcomed by Mayor Findlay, and a program was presented, each person in attendance taking part. The,, correspondents were-also guests theater party at 'tlie Klalto. ; at a TITONKA AND WESLSY DIVIDE CHICAGO AND BETDIlir $8.OO larch 4 and 5 CHILDREN HALF FARE | Good in coaches only cm all trains' ' ' Clnb Hears Washington Program— The J. J. club had a Washington party Friday at Mrs. Archie Sanford's, 11 members and one guest attending. Mrs. Jesse Liridebak was leader, and papers-were read by Mesdames Albert Schneider, Charles Wolf, and .Arthur Hof. Refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Fern Llndebak. College Dean Will Speak— Dr. B. F. Suehl, 'dean of Western Union college, Le Mars, will conduct morning and evening services at the Evangelical church next Sunday. ' In the evening his topic will be Observations In Palestine. He made a trip to that country a few years ago. Grades Plan Evening Program— The third and fourth grades are preparing for an entertainment, Mother Goose's Party, the evening of March 4. There will be dances, songs, etc., by the little folks. Ber- nlce Swcnson is teacher. Wesley,. Feb.. 23—The boys'- teams played two games with Tltonka here Friday evening: • Titonka won; 9-20, in the game, between the first teams. Wesley was handicapped by the absence -of. Elsenbacher and .Wingert due to •Illness:' Our second; team won over Tltonka's 24-13. ' Wesley's second team has won all four games this season. . In a girls' county tournament at Ledyard Wesley defeated Fenton, 22-17 Friday, but in semi-finals Saturday afternoon was defeated by Whittomore, -25-15. -. "Wesley controlled the- ball most of' the time during the latter game,- but was unable to make baskets. .The team was somewhat weakened because of the absence of players sick with the flu. In a boys' tournament at Lakota this week-end, the Wesley cent. Klelnpeters/ Algona, vtelted his parents Here Sunday. The Prlscllla Phoebes, Congregational Aid, meet this week Wednesday with Mrs. Halvor Flom Sr.; In Wesley village. ' ' ' " ' The. Missionary association of Catholic women will hold a fo6d arid bake sale at the Kunz store Saturday., * ' .'.."'" '''' The, February meeting of the Metho,dtst \V. F. M. S. will be held at Mrs; DtekHjannV this week Friday. '.•'• ;. ' •''• •- . • • truck and two chemical tanks from Algona. School Program Draws Crowd— A 'good-sized audience attended a Washington program presented under the auspices of the Woman's club at the schoolhouse last week Wednesday evening. The program excellent-,despite, many, substitutions caused by Illness. Grant Wrestlers Defeated— The ' Grant townsnlp s consolidated* school was .defeated, 30-3, by Burt in a wrestling match here last Thursday evening.. In only one match did the Burt- boys lose.. This week Tuesday night Burt will wrestle at Lu Verne. Mrs. D.;i. McDonald 111— Mrs.. D. L. McDonald has been quite, iil. at, her. home the past week. Her mother, Mrs. Anderson, Wilmar, Minn., came Thursday, to help care for. her. ..Her_husband came from Iowa Falls here. . to spend the week-end boys will play Friday. Lone Rock at 2 p. m. «h'4 and 5. m to reach itirtlufr. point by March 7. T TOUR TICKKTS.:KABLT further particulars consult Ticket Agent the ''•'"' ''•:.- •:•-: ILWAUKEE ROAD Glee Club to Enter Contest— The high school girls' glee club is preparing for a state music contest at Eagle Grove April 1-2. The local girls are in'Class C and will compete with Renwlck, Llve'rmore, and Alexander, , New Son for Henry Martys— Mr. and parents of your car reconditioned and repainted for the season. -Ve are equipped to do a first-class Job at a reasonable price. r m. C. DAU Garage ae 1GG, East of CourtliQuae. Mrs. Henry Marty are a boy, Wayne George, born last week Sunday. There are now two boys and a girl in the family. B. B. Boys to Play In Tourney— The high school boys' basketball team will play in a county tournament at Lakota Friday and Saturday. Other Lu Vomie News. Grace Lichty was hostess to the cemeteVy association last Thursday, 19 members attending. After a short business meeting conducted by the vice president, Mrs. Peter Thompson, the rest of the afternoon was spent socially and a potluck lunch was served. The Progressive Rook club met last week Tuesday evening at Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorenson's. There were four tables, Mrs. Charles Wolf and Lloyd Zentner winning high, Phil Llchty low. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Llchty were guests of the club.' Fifteen members attended a meeting of the Good Will club at Mrs. Arthur Krause's last Thursday. Refreshments were served by the hostess, and Emma Krause, Mrs. Clarence Krause was a guest. Mrs, R. L. Padgett, Algona, and her sons visited at Bdw. Dehnert's Friday. The Fred BohnS Fenton, were there .Sunday. Dr.'and Mrs. T. L. Williams and the Lloyd Ze'ntners took Mr. and Mrs.- Cecil Williams to Cedar Rap- Auxlllnry Has Work Meeting— The Legion Auxiliary held a work meeting at the Legion rooms last Thursday evening, Mrs. Anthony Johnson hostess. . Owing to illness and the severe weather, there was only a small attendance. The women have material for four quilts, and many carpet-rags to sew. Saturday they, sent to Knoxvllle a birthday box containing five dozen homemade cookies and a pound of homemade candy, also clgarets,. playing cards, and candy 'bars. Each Auxiliary 'has a month assigned to furnish such boxes. The cookies and home-made candy are the only articles specially requested. A county meeting will be held at Burt early in March. A son was recently born to the county president, Airs. Lloyd Schenck. Special Meetings In Progress— . The Rev. Mi-, Howe, Buffalo Center, former Wesley pastor, spoke last week Wednesday evening at the the Mr. first of special meetings at Methodist church. The Rev. BAKING POWDE ^^ Ids Sunday. 'Mrs. Sanders, local manager, attended a meeting of telephone em- ployes at Mason City last weelf Tuesday. The Lutheran Aid meets in the church basement next week Thursday; Mre. A. J, Eason, hostess. The James Chrlstensehs visited in Chicago over the week-end and on Washington's birthday. PAUL FECHNER, 70, OF ID VERNE, IS BURIED TM Verne, Feb. 23—Funeiral services for Paul Fechner were conducted fl* the Presbyterian church Sunday, the Rev. A. J. Kopnce offi- j* W «»y, ^ Fecnner cUed Friday „ after a several weeUs jll- , with heart troubje and Sunderland,. Garner, spoke laet Thursday evening, and the Rev. Mr. Eggleston, Brltt, Friday even- Ing, Mr. Eggleston sang two numbers. The pastor, the Rev. Mr, McNulty, has charge of the meetings this week, but has provided an outside speaker, whose identity and •time of his appearance will not be revealed beforehand. ^, Group on Way to Texas- Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Studer and Raymond's sister, Mrs. Anson Mece, with Mr. Mece, called last Thursday on Raymond's-. : grandparr ents, the Nathan Studersi ^ The senior Mrs. Mece owns 40 acres of inherited land at Merlinger, Tex., near Mission, but has never seen it, and her son, accompanied by the o'thers, was going on an errand of inspec- tjon. They spent last Thursday night at Iowa Falls, at the home of Mre, Bertha Ritschmeier, and expected to reach their destination Monday. [ _ \ Washington Bicentennial Observed— The Washington bi-centennlal was observed by the high schopj Monday forenoon.' The assembly listened to President • Hoover's radio address at 10:30. There were then selections by high school puplte and songs by intermediate grades, Miss Lewis played Washington's favorite Mln- -._* -i—"'-'/"« ' •• "VTrvrtrtav flfffli»nnnn - th6 FAREWELL PARTY GIVEN HONORING SENECA COUPLE .Seneca, Feb. 23 — Last week Wednesday evening a farewell party was given at the Seneca schoolhouse in honor of Mr. and Mrs..Tony Dahl, who will soon move- to . Ringsted. They, have lived on their farm just east of Seneca-many years. Because of bad roads only a small number of their friends could attend the party. Leo Gray and James Wear gave several musical, numbers on the piano and violin, and Chris Nielsen played accordion solos. J. H. Jensen made a short talk and presented Mr. and Mrs. Dahl with an electric floor lamp. Lunch was served and then basketball was played by Ralph Campbell, Reuben Miller, Mr. Wear, Nels Christenson, Chris Dahl, Leo and Daniel Kngesser, Jesse Hal- voreon, "Happy" Albright, and Tommy Nielsen. Gerald Halvorson. referee. Looft. Grandmother Surprised— The Henry Loofts attended a recent surprise birthday party at his mother, Mrs. Bertha Looft's, Wesley, in honor of 'the latter's--mother, Mrs. Gasina Schutter. Mrs."Bertha Looft also entertained two brothers and the children and grandchildren of the honor guest: the Jei'ry Schut- tere, West Bend, the Henry Schut- ters, Buffalo'Center, and the Ralph and Eggo Jansens, Tltonka. The elder Mrs. Schutter was 78 last week Wednesday. . Mrs. Albert Schumacher Sick— Mrs. Albert' Schumacher is in a 'hospital at Rochester. The two children are with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Engesser. Henry Keuck's Throat Lanced— ' Henry Keuck has been having throat trouble. It was necessary to lance his throat. Atens Suffering With Flu- Tine Rev. S. H. Ate'n'and two of the Aten children are confined to their home by illness: The.Rev.,Mr. Aten was unable to, fill his pulpit Sunday morning and Supt. Donald Weir gave a talk on Washington. Danghter for H. F. Dorseys — Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Dorsey, La- in G. Monday afternoon the grades gave programs In their rooms. Influenza has been causing six to ten absences,each day during the last week or two, but the cases are.j now decreasing. Other Seneca News. Several cases of the flu have been reported, but the ' consolidated schools have kept going. Among recent flu victims are Mrs. George Jentz, Teddy Jensen, and members ofAhe Ornle : 'Behrende, Jos. Crowley, an'd Henry Klein families.-,. Mary Lynch, Seneca grade teach- kota, are parents of. a daughter born Saturday, February 22, at the C. I. Mansmith home in Burt. Mrs. Dor- sey'is'a daughter of the Man- smiths. "•..'. Other Burt News. •The George Koestlers entertained the following relatives Sunday: the James Christensen, E. A. Hansen, I. H. Nordin, Hans Koestler, Alva Ross, 'and Will Koestler families. Paul Kriethe Jr., Genevieve Patterson, and Darrel Riddle will represent Burt in a state preliminary declamatory contest at Wesley this week Wednesday evening. Al'Staehle, Mitchell, S. D., arrived Sunday and will be here a few days on business. The Staehles may come back to' Burt to live, but have not get fully decided. P. F. Kriethe went to Owatonha, Minn., and brought home Mrs. Kriethe Saturday. She had. been helping to care for her mother, who is seriously 111. - : The Presbyterian - Mite society meets this' week Wednesday at Mrs. Louis Thompson's, Mrs. J. P. Stow and Mrs. W. T. Trainer, .assisting hostesses: Wendell Patterson and - Raymond Blelch recently pledged the Pi Kappa Phi chapter'at Ames. Raymond Is a Junior, Wendell a sophomore. 'Mrs. Anna. Bronson, former Burt resident, came from Colorado recently and is spending 1 a week with her friend, Mrs. George Carroll.' The R. A. Bleichs, who have lived in Burt for several years, will move back to their farm for another .year March 1. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Johnson, of Corwlth, spent Sunday with Mrs. Johnson's mother,' Mrs. M. A. Dexter. C. L. Holding went to Mason City last Thursday to attend a meeting of. Standard V OH employes. ,'Mrs. Richard Gabriel, Armstrong, came last Thursday to visit her sister, Mrs. M. M. Chlpm'an. The Leader store willhold an auction sale every afternoon and evening till it is closed out. Raymond Bleich, Ames student, a tray lunch was served late in the evening. Mrs. Light and Ruth are sisters, and Loretta Walker' is their cousin. New P. T. A. Head Chosen- Tile Dist. No. 4 Parent-Teacher association met Friday afternoon at the - echoolhouse, with • • Theodore. Thompson and Gertrude Sage, president > - and ••"• secretary: . respectively, presiding. Mrs. -,F. ,S. Thompson was elected president, the choice of a new president being necessary now, 4 as' the Theodore 'Thompsone '' 'are* moving away March 1, A social hour and a tray lunch followed thb business meeting. School Honors Washington— Gertrude Sage, Dist.. No. 4 teacher, and her pupils observed the 200th anniversary . of Washington's birth in an appropriate program Monday afternoon.. The. pupils alqo had dinner at noon, honoring .five, pup'lis who aro, moving. .aw&y March 1. Thes poupils are Alice".. .Stahqney, Anita': Thompson, Madonna Mahoney; JamcA -Mahorioy^nTid --Russell MahoneyV/ • ' '• ' ••-:• ; ..' , : Curtis Is .ll;;-.I'orty—-.- .-.'1.^' ..,';.-••' Curtisv:eld.eHt-:-soru9f .Mr., anil Mrs, Harry Wai^ii.r.eacJied.iWs.'iltli birthday- last week Wednesday, and In his honor his parents entertained Congregational'^ Buhda^' School class of six boys, of "which Curtis .is a member, also 'thei.'teac'her,' Mri. J W. Little, at 6 o'clock 'dinner. Other Union News. Mr. and Mrs. Frarjk Hofius entertained a group of friends at a nous' dance a week ago Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips fur nished the music. Loretta Walker, of the Four Cor ners neighborhood, came last weel Tuesday to visit her cousin, Rutl Rich. Loses Teeth in Fall. Ledyard, Feb. 16 — The Herman Weaver son met with a painful aeci dent last Thursday morning at plaj before school. He slipped and' fe face downwards on ice, breaking of two front upper teeth. Later an other tooth came out. He was take to Doctor Murray at Lakota. Dailcy for Mayor. Whittemore, Feb. 23 — H. S. Dalle has announced his candidacy fo mayor.. He has served two- or thre times before. The present mayor is Thps. Carmody. Council Oak's complete t stocks of quality foods' always meet 1 ,the complete requirements of the season, and you will be especially interested in these ,.: , FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIALS ROBB-ROSS SELF RISING PANCAKE FLOUR FAMILY Made from the choicest .ingredients in-. BAG eluding powdered milk. Be sure.the water <*p* or milk you add is cold—the colder the A f C better. , . MORNING LIGHT /. CORN This price on choice'ev- ergreen corn suggests you purchase in liberal quantities. -,,...,. .... : .., • FOUR 16-bUNCE CANS . •'.' "TESTED'' PEAS Sifted Early June Peas in the large Np.-2 can. Buy these peas'''by the dozen oivby the case. THREE NO. 2: CANS BONITA SPINACH s .. -.. ••'•./• • ••••. •-.-••••••.. • . .• . i 'a _ The size can you want where only two'ih x > v the fahiily like spinach garnished with hard boiled eggs. •••'••'•' NORFOLK PUMPKIN """ These ll-oz. cans with milk and eggs, added, make one pie. Don't forget.to purchase the^. package of T & T Pumpkin Pie Spl$e ? > v>4- ' ll-oz. CAN Morning Light Sauerkraut , ,' , For health eat more kraut. Keep a reserve of small cans, so you can eat Kraut often, without waste. • , .~Vi Campbell's , j," ., v > ll-oz. CAN At this price you may select your favorite, kinds. With soup you need crisp soda or shell oyster crackers. 'SCANS REPAIRING A PUNCTURED inner tube often coste .more than the casing is worth. We allow 1,000 to 7,000 miles for smooth treads on" new G & J Tires.—Gamble Stores. 28-24 LAUNDRY SOAP CRYSTAL WHITE 4 t\** OR P & G- —____•r.lJ.-^.Js BARSLl UC PALMOLIVE In Hollywood 76 of the entire 80 beauty 1 ''^ specialists recommend this olive and palm oil soap! POPCORN, guaranteed to pop, 4 pounds ___: . __. __., er, ; could not teach Wednesday afternoon last week because of sickness, and a high school girl substituted, • '.-•'•.' Supt. and Mrs. Swanson, Wesley, were supper guests at Henry Looft's last week Monday evening, when the Wesley basketball teams played here. ''''.•'.-.-• ••:' An account of Seneca's girls' basketball team's victory in the county tournament last •week -.appears in the "IJedyard column, • NEVER LIVED HERE BUT TAKES PAPER " Mr.. Fechner-was born May, ,j 1852, Jn West Prussia, and was TO -j On June 2, 1883, he married , Buse, of Schutz, Germany, came to this country in No- 1883, and settled at Lu ^... were born: two wv whp died in infancy ajid Albert, who died in X919. aged children The widow, a son Emil, , a daughter, Mrs. Helen Ames also three grand- Donald, an*- Rotert two brother*..' - " and Ous, Berlin, uet Declamatory Contestants '%Jn a declamatory contest last Tuesday evening, Claire Wolfe won first, Helen Franzen second, in oratorical; Margaret Dwyer_and Madeline Hauptman'were first and see- end m dramatics; and Frances Kunz and Marie Reno won in hvjf morouB. In a state preliminary here this week Wednesday' evening, our firsts will compete with Burt, Tl- tonka, and Lu Verne^ ^ Catholic Sister Overcomes Illness— After a month's illness, Sr, Mary Philomene resumed her duties at the St. Joseph school Monday morning. During most of this time Sr. Mary Lydta had instructed classes in the flf th. andeixth grades. Many Slclt WW» tU* Flu- ffhere are many cases of in;iu» enza and severe colds here. Mrs, Lester Lease, busy newspaper cor : ' Here is another renewal letter from John Roueter Jr., the Allamakee county farmer who never lived in or near this county, has no relatives. here, and knows np tine here, yet has for a dozen yearg taken the paper because he llkee the editorials.. New 'AJbln,' Jan. 4— My yearly notice came to hand, and as -per your -request am trying tq • write respondent, and Mrs.'^e Roy Klein-. peter are ajnonf* the sufferers. • Other Wesley few lines, If I had the ability to write tU^t ypur .'former County Agent Maakestad has I would write a Jo^. I wa$ very glad to hear that Edi- tpr W, C, Dewel would 'again .be at his post after the first of the yeaj% 'VVe shall certainly need bis services the coming year. I think a» honest, fearless editor and a good newspaper are a moat valuable asset tp any community, ' I have noticed 'some reports that Geo. W. Patterson was being groomed fxjr Ueutenant-gqv^nor. Here's hoping that George- cau see, hjs way' clear ' .to majw , |b,e > race, and, again here's boptes very' much th he.wtn.s. We x nee«l oien Ufce him f he hea4 of our gtate government. Crppg In Ayawal^etwere '{airly, SP,od, this year, 'except hay, ajp* frpg,, SjSt -prices ' * spent the week-end ij'ith ' his parents, the R. A, Bleichs. Mrs. P. D. Hodgson and daughters, Ruth and Esther, were airsick with the flu last week. Robert Groves and Russell Whitehurst, Des Mplnes, visited last week at N, A. Whltehurst's. Dr. W. T; Peters reports the birth of a daughter to Mr. and' Mrs. V. W. Zwelfel, of Fenton. Mre. Sadie Schenck came from Minneapolis Saturday to visit her son, L, H. Schenck. Mrs.' J. G. McDonald entertained a number* of women at bridge Mpn- day ; af terneon. ' ' The Rev. and Mrs, L. Rlchman spent Friday in Fert Dodge. .Mrs. J, H. Whalen entertained the Tuesday club th|s week. : Keith. Thaves ie among the many flu victims at present, ' Mrs.. George Schmttt ia visaing relatives ' at Lakota. Tlie Smith store Is being redecorated." ' ' , _ 4-HIEADERS, 6IRLSTAKE TRAININ6JGHOOL LESSON Sixteen 4-H leaders and 4-1? girls attended a 4-H, training school in tome furnishings last week MPn- day at the. Legion hall, Algona. / The school was held for' the south half 'the cpunty. Miriam Griffith, Ames extension specialist In* home furnishings, presented the lessen, Which' was on general, "principles of interior decoratiPn. The following women aftd girls attended:' Mrs.' J. M.' Pattersen, Algpnal Mrs. Albert ' |iiiiiiiiiiniiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu^ m The New ... I JACKET DRESSES I The New . . . I PRINTED FROCKS | The New . . . IROSHONARA CREPES Merrlam, Mrs. ' ROtH • Masterspn, Mrs. 5fl." D.^Klstau, 'Gora Mae Mas- Heleri ' -Widen.v 'Lu Verne; Featuring Bicentennial Blue and Red Freshly Arrived Fashion* Smart Tailored Jackets! Glorious bright color and print combination*! Stunning ' prints , ? . figured patterns ,, * stripes .',. pUidt , ;.. dots — background* of blue, brown, green, black. Gay two-tone deeves . . . draped necklines ... lively embroidered detign*. ing values * Mable' JCenf.'-'WeBley! >'Mw.~ ' sen, /' Algona.5 Mrs.. 'Bert • Pucb- Bernlngha«s,. West Bead; 1 Mr%.' : WiB t WeUbcod,. - Alto* ond Lorena Dreyer, Fenton; Mre. C. V, -Bapfaey. ' Coat Clearance Many less thtntMtf price! <., , "^y-SSFrt v*i*a

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