Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1932 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 24, 1932
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PAOE tWO K068UTM COI MRS, GAPPA, WHinEMORE, DIES SUNDAY •Whtttemore, Mar. 22 — Funeral services will be held this week "Wednesday morning at St. Michael's Catholic church, 'the Rev. Father Veil officiating, for Mrs. Frank Oappa, who died Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock at her home. Mrs. Gappa •was born In West Prussia January 25, 1859, and was 73 years old. She wae married to Frank Gappa at Algona,. September 25, 1881, 50 years ago, and they lived In Falrfleld township, Palo Alto county, 40 years. Seven years ago they moved to "W'hittemore. Children are: Mrs. Harvey Hlgley, Mrs. Fred Demek, Theodore and Tony, of Cylinder; Mrs. F. C. Baftey, Mrs. A. H. Krause, Fenton; A. J. Gappa, Graet- tlnger; Frank Gappa, Mrs. Thos. Ford, and Mary Gappa, WhiUemore. A son Ignatius died last August. Besides the husband and the ten chll- j dren, Mrs. Gappa left a brother, Ig- { natius Kajewskl, West Point, Neb., j and a sister. Mrs. Gregory Gappa,! gemans, and Amanda Balgeman, of El Reno, Okla. The grandchildren ' West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. John- and a nephew were pallbearers: Roy ! son- Mallard, and the Burrows MI1- Higley H.arvey Higley, Leo Domek, i lers, Rodman, were Sunday dinner Raymond .Domek, Edmund Domek, | 1 and John Kjewnki. five this year: Esther Beftnke, Linda Roeber, Martin Wagnef, William Heller, and Lloyd Walker. Horse Kicks Jacob thle— Jacob, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward -Ihle, west of town, recently suffered serious Injuries to his head when a horse he was driving from pasture kicked him. He was brought to the McCreery hospital. Will Work for the Milwaukee— M. B. Klrschbaum leaves soon for Chicago to resume charge of an extra steel gang for the Milwaukee. He has been .engaged in similar work for the last several years. Other Whlttemore flews. Guests at William Meyer's Sunday for dinner were the Herman and George Meyers, the William Roeb- ers, the Robert Bells, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck, West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, Garner, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Leib, Lotts Creek. Dinner guests at Otto Bell's were the Rev. William Fauletlch, the H. W. Behnkes, the P. L. Jessens, the William Hanovers, and the William Koehneckes, Whlttemore, and the August Gades, West Bend. The Herman Harms family, the George Balgemans, the Herbert Bal- gueets at F. J, Balf enwm's. •Mr. and Mrs. Harold kueckerV Of Algona, daughter "Jerry," and ton "Jimmy," spent Sunday at the William Rusch Jr. home. The Kueckerg and Ruscha arc former' neighbors here. Dinner gueste at Herman Volght's Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mathers, Rolfe; the Reinhardt Oswalds, Margaret Voight, Ewald Volght, and the Arthur Heldenwlths. Mr. Thill ,who has been staying.at his daughter Mrs. Anthony Schmidt Jr.'s since a fall on ice early In the winter, when he fractured a knee, has been sick with the flu. George Carmody, saxophonist, played at a dance at Emmeteburg last Thursday evening with BUff and His Gang, of Bmmetsburg. ' Alfred Bierstedt, Fenton, Lucinda Hanover, and Linda Roeber spent Sunday evening at the C. C. Baas home, West Bend. Mr, and Mrs. Nick Goeders, Armstrong, and their son Leo spent Friday with Mrs. Goeders' sister, Mrs. Thomas Carmody. Lydla Meyer and Ralph Walker were guests at a party Sunday evening at Margaret Habegar's, Algona. Lillian Heldenwlth was confined to bed over the week-end with the flu. The Carl Hansens spent Sunday at Webster City with relatives. 'ENTON MOTHER IF TEN PASSES N 81ST YEAR Lutheran Choir lU'liearitlng- Play— Step on it, Stan! will be staged next Sunday eevning at St. Paul's Lutheran church by the choir. The caet follows: Stan Gray, town's leading failure, Herman Behnke; Charlie Norris, leading Romeo, Herbert Zumach: Sid Pressley, leading loafer, Lawrence Meyer; Ray Cryder, leading citizen, Herbert Vaudt; Peggy Brooks, inspires Stan to Step on It, Bertha Vaudt; Hazel Wilton, object of Charlie's affections; Eldora Dau; Prudence Qulmby, leading old maid, Edna Schultz; Sibby Shepard, richest girl, Ruth Schultz; Sarah Boggs, from Wilbur Springs, In search of fortune, Linda Dau. Fans Here Boosting: Seneca— • A number of Whlttemore young folks attended basketball games between Cooper and Havelock and 'Seneca and Ottosen at a recent sectional tournament at Plover. The local delegation was interested in Seneca and Ottosen because the Whlttemare quint had played both, losing twice to Ottosen prior to this season's county tournament and to Seneca in the county tourney. Seneca again won at Plover, 24-17, and fans here hope that the Senecas will go to the state meet at Des Moines. P.T.A., Lone Rock, Hears St.Patrick's Day Program Lone Rock, Mar. 22—The 'Parent- Teacher association met last Thursday night for a St. Patrick's program. Miss Cross, English teacher, talked on the life of St. .Patrick, a girls' trio gave several selections; Coach Fry, assisted by students, performed a shadow operation, which caused much amusement. The audience was divided into four "families" and each "family" performed stunts for a prize. The "families" consisted of the O'Reillys, the Finnegans, the O'Briens, and the Murphys. The O'Reillys won the prize. Officers were nominated: Mrs. C. M. Gross, S. M. Gladstone, president; J. M. Blanchard for vice president: Eve'- lyn Behrman, and Ethel Benjamin for secretary. Election will be held April 17, when the next meeting takes place. Three Take Beauty Courses- Mrs. Jessie Stebritz accompanied Adella MIttag, Emmetsburg beauty operator, and Luella Meyers, Fenton, to Sioux City Monday to attend a Sioux City Academy of Beauty a teaching course at Cedar Falls, came home last week Friday. The J. P. Browns, who lived above the former meat market, are moving Goose 'Lake. Floy Jones' sister Rosa and a Miss Bacon, of Chester, spent Sunday here. Mrs. Alex Krueger will entertain the Sewing club this week Thursday evening. Elsie Willrett, Algona, spent last week at Frank Flaig's. Vera Morris, Ames student,, is at iome for, a few days. Ersel Blanchard commenced work at the bank Monday. '•'• SCHOOL BOARD IN UNION IS REORGANIZED Mrs. Herman Wchrspan Dies- Mrs. Herman Wehrspan, SO, Falr- ville pioneer, died at her daughter, Mrs. D. F. Hantleman's, Fenton, last week Monday. During the past few years she had been in failing health. The Wehrspans lived many years In Fairfield, Palo Alto county, and Mrs. Wehrspan lived there following the death of her husband 13 years ago. Funeral services were conducted last week Wednesday afternoon at the Fenton Lutheran church, Rev. Mr. | Kabelitz in charge, and burial was made in a Fairville cemetery. School Directors Are He-elected— The annual school election last •week Monday brought out a vote of 176, the largest in years. H. W. Geelan and A. A. Luchsinger were re-elected directors; Banker Frank Bestenlehner, re-elected treasurer. An eleventh hour drive to elect M. W. Mallory to the board did not succeed. Mr. Bestenlehner received 145 votes; Mr. Geelan, 133; Mr. Luchsinger, 101; Mr. Mallory, 66. , Culture a few days. Mrs. Stebritz, who is moving to Bancroft soon, has purchased new equipment and will give four kinds- of permanent waves in her new shop at Bancroft. Legion 'Anx* Has Meeting— The Legion Auxiliary met at Tena Jensen's last week Wednesday, and reports of the recent county meet- Ing at Burt were given by the local delegates. It was voted that each member should contribute 5c on each of 20 special days during the year. A call for clothing from the county social worker was read, and the request has been filled. Little Girls Give Parties- Little Beryl Sanders entertained girl friends in honor of her 14th birthday Sunday: Coila Jane Hollls- ter, Cleo Hobson, Dorothy Dacken, Margaret Gladstone, Merrill Long, Kathryn Stebritz, Evelyn Bierstedt, Maxine Kearns, of Burt. Coila Jane entertained at a St. Patrick's party last Thursday night. Attend Tourney at DCS Molnes— Lucile, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "William Reimers, left last Tuesday for Des Moines to meet the latter's aunt, Ava Simpson, In charge of a girls' basketball team from Parkersburg and attend a state tilt. Miss Simpson, who Is from Whittemore, has two former local basketball players on her team, Geneva and Josephine Langerman. Schwanke Children Are Confirmed— 'Mr. and Mrs. Archie Volght, Chas. Voight Sr., and Ella Volght, left Saturday for Cedar Falls to visit the William Schwankes and to attend confirmation exercises Sunday at a Lutheran church. The two Schwanke children, Evelyn and Eugene, were confirmed. Mite Society Realizes »66— The Mite society met at Mrs. Alex Krueger's last Thursday, and members turned in $66 on cards. It was decided that this idea is much preferable to fancy work sales. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Alfred Krueger, and officers will be elected, School Board Member — At the annual school election last week Monday I. W. Nelson was elected director in place of Supervisor Charles Morris and J. M. Blanchard was reelected. Others on the board are A. D. Newbrough, L. R. Roderick, and Dell Marlow. Insurance Branch HUH Purty— The A. A. L. met for a social last week Monday evening at St. Paul's Lutheran .school, and 500 was played at nine tables. Mrs. Herman Vaudt won high; Misa Irene Zlnnell, low; Alfred Wittkopf, high; Herman Vaudt low. A midnight lunch was served. Ten Lutheran Children ('oiiilrnu'il— A class of ten was confirmed Sunday at St. Paul's Lutlierun church by the Rev. Win. Fuulstlch: Selma Meyer, Alice Dau, Evelyn Voight, Leada I'otratz, Lillian Bargman, Amand 'Dietrich, Elmer Vaudt, Kd- gar Hflnrlcli, Uay Hulgeinnn, Elmer Bell. Family Travels Far Afield— Two men, two women, and a baby arrived one day last week in a dilapidated uutomuljjlc and were kept over night at the expen.se of the town. They said they were on the way from California, to Idaho, but they must have lost their bearings. Mrs. Itvdlng 89; Celebrates— Mm Nick Reding, son Bobby Lee. Mrs. William Reimers and Ruth and Edna 'Schultz helped Grandma Bbert celebrate her eighty-ninth Mi-Unlay last Thursday afternoon at her son Carl's. Bobby Lee sang Happy Birthday in her honor. Hake ,Sul«>, Lunch I'luinied— The Methodist Sunday school will hold a bake sale and serve lunch at the town hall this week Saturday. The sale will start at 3 o'clock; lunch at supper time. There- will also be popcorn bulls and homemade candy. Eussell Son la Badly Hurt- Mrs. J. S. Cullen received a letter last week Wednesday from Mr«. F. A. Russell, Jamestown, saying: that the son Frank Jr. was recently thrown from a horso and was in serious condition at a Jamestown hoa- pitaJ, • , Seniors JPUu for The high school seniors will have pictures t»ken late thjs month at the Art Studio. There are only Undergoes Gallstones Operation— Mrs. William Leeper was operated on for gallstones at Iowa City last Thursday. William Leeper and his sons Roy and Glen drove down to aee her Saturday. Combination Sale Planned— A combination sale will be held on the street here this afternoon by L R. Roderick, Alex Radig, Fred aiir, and C. M. Gross. 11. B. Teams Lose to Seneca— The local basketball teams lost double-header at Seneca last Tuesday night; the girls, boys, 24-14. week 28-21 Other Lone Rock. Alton and Hildreth Pettit, Clar ence Macumber, Delmar Fisher, J M. Blanchard, H. J. Rice, Frederick Schulti!, and A. Sanders attendei the basketball tournament at Plove last Thursday and Friday. Mrs. F. E. Macumber, son Clar ence, and Mrs. Albert Kressln drov to Northwood Saturday to see Mrs Macumber's brother, William Mielke who has been seriously sick but better. Mrs. William Fisher, who had vis ited a daughter, Mrs. Ross Hornei Watseka, 111.; came home one da last week with her granddaughtei Eula Swartout. The B. Burtises, who worked fo W. C. Heiter, moved to Armstron Monday, and the Fred Thompson* have moved to the Hieter tenan house. The Tuesday club met with Mrs \V. J. Cotton last week, and Mes dames Ernest and Ptay Jensen an Ethel Benjamin were guests. L. E. Godfrey attended a meetln of the North Central division o State Teachers association Frida and Saturday at Fort Dodge. Juanita Dunn conducts an activ ity period three days a week for th 7th and 8th grades in which they d hand work and classics. The Orville Roaendahls, Superior spent. Sunday at WJlJiam Krause'e, T^Q Ernest Wojfea, Iowa Falls, -vver .weekend guests, here* Bates Sto.tt went to Maspn City t spend .the, with, Charle . , Ames, a Percberon horae breeder. Naomj h.a4 'take Union Twp., Mar. 22—The township school board met as required by law Monday afternoon at the center schoolhouse. A. M. Gustaf- was reelected president. The only change of directors Is in Dist. No. 1, where Clair Winkle replaces Robert Sarchett, who retires after several years of continuous service. The reelected directors include: A. M. Gustafson, Dlst. No. 2; W. I. Dodds, Dist. No. 3; Mrs. A. B. Schenck, Diet. No. 4; Emil Mittag, Dist. No. 5; D. C. Gardner, Dlst. No. 6; and John Sabtn, Dlst. No. 7. Business included the voting to mlntaln a nine months school ear; dropping the teachers' wages i the minimum required by Iowa w; ordering the school supplies by he secretary; and appointing Glen enkinson, custodian of old school cords. These records were found ast year stored in an attic. They ive interesting facts about the arly school history of this and ad- olning townships. The board ap- ointed Glen Jenkinson a year ago o sort the records and compile the lost valuable ones. . Seve'ral dlrec- ors of the township are planning to econtract the present teachers. All Irectors reported early activity mong other applicants. polling Tilt Date Announced— The township annual spelling con- ests will be held at Good Hope Frl- ay afternoon, April 15, according to Mrs. Helen Vogel, Burt, Rural chools day chairman. Mrs. W. T. 'eters, Burt, will pronounce the vords. There will be three contests or grades 3 and 4, grades 5 and 6, and grades 7 and 8 respectively. Every one of the seven schools may nter two contestants In each dlvls- on. There Is no admission. Other pupils not in the contests, many mothers, and some fathers in past ears have formed interested audiences. T. A. Meeting Is Held— ' A Dist. No. 4 Parent-Teacher as-, iociation, with Mrs. F. S. Thompson and Gertrude Sage officers in charge, met last week Monday afternoon at the schoolhouse simul- aneously with the annual school election. Harry Ward and Ethan Ight, chairman and secretary and also judges of the election, kept the polls open the required two hours. After all had voted the P. T. A. officers called a meeting. Dist. No. 6 held an election and also a telephone meeting the same afternoon. Fenton, Mar. 22—Funeral services for Mrs. Katherlne WehrspanB, who died last'week Monday evening, were held at St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, the Rev. R. W* Kabelltz officiating and burial was made In "the same denomination's cemetery at Fairville. Mrs. Wehrspann suffered a stroke six years ago, and had been more or less of an Invalid ever since. She was born at Sherrltt's Mound, 'Dubuque county,'April 17, 1851, and was nearly SI at death. On January 28, 1869, she was married td Herman Wehrspann. The Wehrepanns came to Humboldt county, and In 1880 to Fairfield township, Paid Alto county, where they lived on a farm till the death of the husband in 1919. Three married daughters died before he did. After his death Mrs. Wehr- spann lived with her daughters, the last five years with Mrs. D. F Hantelmann. •Surviving-children-are: Mrs. H. C Meyer and Gerhard, Whlttemore; Mrs. William 'and Mrs, D.' F. Hantelmann, Fenton; Mrs. Edw. Kressin, Lotts Creek; Mrs. Hicks, Dubuque; Mrs. H. OstWald, Rudolph and Adolph, and Mrs. F. H. Baas Whlttemore; and Louis, Fairfiek township. There are 42 grandchildren and 28 great grandchildren. Fenton Forwards Meet Saturday— The Fenton Forwards met Satur day with Maxine and Hazel Wete- brod, and roll call was answeret with "a color and. what it suggests.' A talk on how a picture may bring color into a room was given by Max irie Weisbrod, and a demonstration on "The Color Wheel and How to Use It," by Ella Dreyer. A'talk on George Washington, Country Boy and Man, was given by Marlys'Jen sen, and an Irish game, Kissing thi Blarney Stone, was led by Margare Stephenson. Pictures were studied for the picture memory contest;. I was decided to hold another plan sale to-raise funds. The next meet ing will be at Gladys Stoeber's April. 16. Chris AVIddel 80; Celebrates— Chris Widdel celebrated his SOtl birthday Friday evening, when hi children and their families called t see him. Mr. and Mrs. Widdel ar parents of three sons and flv daughters, all In different parts o the country. The Wlddels lived ,o their farm southwest of town 3 years, but now live in town, and Mr Widdel does watch repairing.' Th couple celebrated their 58th wed ding anniversary last November 11 ohn Iforl^ Vrttt? mornfnK. Mrs. -attih 18 feeing tiatftl for by Mrs. C. H. CtefttitMn *f the, Qeftmsln 'home, and tedn*. lAUritKiv Whlttemore, i» toing the housework. Mr. Martin a printer who has been helping Editor Schwart*. 6. ^ r«n(on Wone* LOM Mother— . Mrs. A. H. Krause helped care for er mother. Mi*. Frank Oappa, Vhittemore, last week, Mrs. Oappa uffered a- stroke test week Tuesday and died Sunday without regaining onsctousness. Mrs. F. C. Bailey, nother ay. Annt of Mn. B. JT. Krhl Dies- Mrs. A. T. Fox, Fairmont, visited rom last Thursday till .Friday at R. N. Kyhl's. She is a sister of Mrs. Kyhl and was en route home from he funeral of their aunt, Mrs. John Gyderson, 88 ,at Randall. Mr*. Rosle Legate Honored- Mr, and Mrs. John" Dempsey en- ertalned 20 relatives last Thursday evening at dinner in honor of Mrs. Dempsey's mother,: Mrs. Rosle. Le- •atej 76 that day. School Election Is Held— At the annual school election las week Monday C. H. Newel was re elected and Editor Schwartz wa named to succeed F. C. Bailey, wh was not a candidate. F. J. Weis brod was re-elected treasurer. Th new board will meet to organic sometime this week, and a secretar will be chosen. G. W. Newel secretary at present. <Uy_tbrWte,. wdri Ihe hfen #»e % *"**«; women ift Jthe CHID. . M>. and Mrt f*. ft #«.«en falned their bridge 6»ut» iart day evening. The high score won by tors. H. «. WiddeS; IP* by- Mrs. B. W. Ruake. Verona Weiebrod, attendlhg the Minnesota state university at Mlnne< apolte, Is spending a week with her - • Mr. and Mrs. ' Mike daughter, was there. Sun' ^:it MlkeAth. MlW* grandparents, Weisbrod. The Methodist Aid met church Friday; Mesdames at E. the cnuruii j-nutaj, *«*-»«»—•— —- . Ruske, Carrie Voight, F. H. filgter, and W. J. Welsbrod, hostesses. The Marcus Llndseys were guests from Saturday evening till Sunday evening of Mr. Lindsey's mother, Mrs. Jesse O'Keefe, Ledyard. Irene Newel, teaching the Junior high school at Belmond, Is spending a week with hei parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Newel. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Kluss drove to Mallard Sunday to Visit Mrs. -Lucille Wallace and her mother, Mrs. Bakke. . ed at Algona, apeni Ihe da$r wHh her e , parents, MK.fcfli Mrl,JoHh kejfoef, Mr, and Mrs. Jullu* toiler, aJJOrinli partled by Mr«. Jf. H. Haskopf, spent Sunday at Doillver with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Blelch, Spring -has not yet cotn*,ide*plt6 Sunday e hiornlngf there btank^t or snow ' and Weather ing oats and f!^"'; 1 !" 1 . 1 " 6 W been" -a green 'one. See our ad on the STUDIO MODERNE. Other Fenton News. Mr. arid Mrs ,B. L. White, -Rock Falls, and their daughter Merle were week-end gueste of the son E. D. White. They ivere accompanied lome by Bernice Bowen,' Mrs. White's fcteterV wW'had been v here several -weeks, and'by,'little'Lucille White for a week at RockVFalte'and Rockford;' '••'•-• , '*' "Mr. and Mr«. F. W: Lakin, EBther- ville,' their daughter 'Arlenei and Mrs. Sarah 'owenj'Sioux Falls, visited Mrs. Lakin's mother, , Mrs. Frances Lakin, at John Rape's SUn- day, arid Lor'en Espe''; aiscompanied them to 'Estheryille to' help his uncle in a <dry cleaning establishment. Marglie Klelnheksel'' epent the week'-end w^lth her' sister, Mrs. H. B. Freerk, Sioux City. A nephew was; on a Sioux City team which- won second in a state basketball tournament at De» Molnes Saturday. • ' ••„••' Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Kyle and their daughter Ruth Mae visited Mr. Kyhl's father, Peter Kyhl, at Rlng- eted last week Monday^night. Grand- Pa Kyhl has been In poor health following a stroke" last "fall. ' Chester King, athletic-coach in .the Junior college, Emmetsburg,' spent last week Tuesday evening with Dr. S. W. Meyer. The'latter entertained his brother, -Dr. Harold Meyer, Greenfield, Sunday. ••' Mrs. C. H. Geronsln entertained the Birthday club last week Wednea- St. Benedict Beginning April 1, Marie Arndorfer, music teacher here, will teach piano lessons at'pupils' homes at 60c for a half hour. Raymond, son of Mrs. Kathryn Jennette, had an operation on one of his ears some time ago at Des Moines, and then visited his uncle, Dominic Malllet at Ames, coming home one day last week. Lenten services will be held this THESE ITEMS FOR Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday DRUG week at the local Catholld Holy Thursday and Good •See our ad on the .back :page.— STUDIO MODERNE. - , LIVE SILVER, LAKE BUF- falo Fish, 6c pound on lake; $8.25 box of 150 pounds, shipped. Cash or money order; no checks. E. R. Hand, Fairmont, Minn. (28) EASTER DANCE 1.0. O.F. HALL Tuesday, March 29 ROY JOHNSON'S ORCHESTRA Son for the John Martins— A son was born to Mr. and Mre. EASTER DANCE church: Friday, high mass at 8:30 a. m. and even- Ingr services at 7:30. A telephone meeting Monday afternoon at the village hall was well attended. ' .f '' ' Mrs. William Arndorfer spent Saturday afternoon, that night; and part of Sunday with her daughter, Mrsl Ben Capeslus, Irvlngton. Mr. and Mrs'. Emil F. Arndorfer ening DANCE American Legion Pavilion BANCROFT, IOWA Wednesday, March 30 "Cec" Hurst and His Band Refinished Floor Newly Decorated Dances Every Wednesday an-nnn-nnannnn Bathing Alcohol „:..___._—^._ _8 pints *!,»! Milk of Magnesia -:-_----™i-_---____-_l pint I Aspirin Tablets _..______-_- —*- 100 for i . -.. *• ,'. -• • - . \ • : ' . - ' ' \ Wax. -1 lit. i 4U Soap, reg. 15c (Jergens) 1 dot. _-___ Liquid Petrolatum _____.._^--.---. 1 plnti Colgate's Tooth Paste —:-—™—-—-__2 tubes! West Tooth Paste _——.——_->— ...2 tnlies! De Trees : !__^_______I_: 2 tubes! Typewriting Paper _______—500 sheets I Toilet Paper — __!___ 7 rolls I Denatured Alcohol .___—-1 gallon Blue Ribbon Dip 5 gal.! Bulk Dip (Blue Ribbon) 1 gal. I BUY WHERE YOU CAN SAVE Paine & Sorensenl ALGONA, IOWA Sideroads in Bad Shape — •Hideroads are in a bad condition. In fact the side roads have been barely passable and at times absolutely impassable for autos since the first of the year. Bobsleds, wagons, and old buggies have been favorite means of conveyance all winter. Riding horseback or walking has at times been the safest and quickest means of transportation. As we are taking over the room known as the K. C. Dance Hall, April 1st, we will have to move Furniture off our floor to make room for remodeling. If you need furniture we need the room! Now is your time to dress up your home, until April 1st you can save from 20 to 40 per cent Aged Lakptang Sick,. Lakota, Mar. 22 — Mr. and Mrs. William Weise have both been sick during the last few weeks. Mr. Weise haa been in bed three weeks, and Mre. Welse a week. Both are past 90. Their son Adolph is caring for them. */m/i>riivt:itYoiiK- vi i r _ Elk Cleaner* and Tallori PhOM IM PILES! PILESI PILES! W1U4AMS' PILE OINTMENT F«r. «k by li 8T01S, $105.00 8 Piece Dining Set Refractory Table Genuine Walnut NOW CO. 00 $98.50 2 Piece Mohair Living Room Suite NOW $115.00 3 Piece Walnut Bedroom Suite NOW $39.50 Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet NOW .50 .50 Bedroom Suite^ $26.50 2 Piece Uving Room Suite $39.75 8 Piece Dining Room Suite $45.00 Every ptece of Furniture and all |^ r Covering, are Gre.Uy Reduced

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