Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 12, 1932 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 12, 1932
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*rv jVft'-nt' [ K *-r^ R08SUTH For the GRADUATE All at Reduced Prices. '< Fine Bulova, Hamilton, Illinois, Elgin, or Hallmark Watches. Diamond Rings Fancy Stone Rings Cameo Rings New fancy Neckpieces Earrings Waldemar Chains Fountain Pens Gents' fine Cameo Rings Bill Folds Leather Hand Bags Cigar Cases Cigaret Ldghters Compacts Desk Clocks, Electric Clocks Crystal and Pearl Beads Mesh Bags A fine present would be to start a sterling silver pattern for the hope chest. F. W. WEHLER & CO. Jewelers and Optometrists. Phone 840. MOTHER'S DAY IS OBSERVED AT LU VERNE •Lu Verne, May 10—Mother's-day was appropriately celebrated at the local churches with a large attendance. At the Evangelical church a program was given during the Sunday school hour by the children. At the Presbyterian church special music was rendered at morning and evening services, and the Junior Endeavorers entertained the mothers at a regular meeting in the evening. Corsage bouquets of violets were given to each guest, and refreshments were served. The pro 1 gram at the Methodist church was carried out as outlined in last week's paper, Mrs. Martha Stone the oldest mother present. Mrs. Harold Sorenson, youngest, and Mrs. O. M. Alexander, the mother with the most children in attendance. Mrs. H. E. Peitzke had charge of the services. Mrs. Peter Thomp- Helen Illg, St. Joe Wed to Alfred St-. Joe, May 10—'Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Illg, St. Joe, was married to Alfred, -son of Mr. and Mrs. 'James Reding, also St. Joe, Tuesday morning, May 3, at St. Joseph's Catholic church, the Rev. Father George Theobold read- Ing the ceremony at 8:30. The bride wore a gown of white satin with a large veil and carried a bouquet of roses and sweet peas. The bridesmaid, an elder sister, Gertrude Illg, wore pink taffeta. Ralph iRedlng served his brother as best man. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents, and a dance was given in the evening at Llvermore. Both bride and the groom attended the parochial school. They will make their home on one of the Reding farms. Fonr-H Program Tomorrow Night— There | will be a 'Farm Bureau meeting this week Friday at the ison gave the opening prayer, Mrs. |schoolhouse in Dlst. No. 1. The 4-H i Earl Neal and Mre. John .Brink read I girls and boye will give a short 'the scripture lessons, Mrs. Baddeley I Program, and an admission of lOc gave a talk, and Mre. Herbert Smith | will be charged^ gave the closing prayer. Each worn-' an in the congregation wore a red and white ribbon badge, pinned on as she entered by Mesdames Cham| bers and Voss. Mesdamee Christen! sen, Genrich, E. Hof, and Davidson F. B. Women Meet Monday — Mrs. Tony Becker entertained at a meeting of Farm Bureau women Monday. The time was spent at re- caneing an old rocking chair which were collectors, and the women's | Js to be on display at choir eang, in charge of Mrs. Harold I fair. Phillips, with Charlene Christenson I as pianist. the county FREES HIS WIFE OF RHEUMATISM TJrlc Acid Poison Started To Leave Body In 24 Hours Pain, Ajrouy and Swelling Gone In 48 Hours with Swift Acting Prest'rlpllon. That marvelous prescription—Al- flenru—promises you need never feel <a pain or ache from Rheumatism. Lumbago, or Sciatica Mothers t Bang-liters Banquet— A Mothers & Daughters banquet served by the Methodist Aid Monday night was a decided success. There was a large attendance, over 100 seated. The men of John Brink's Sunday school class were waiters. Mrs. William Baddeley, toastmiet- rees, began the program with We're Glad to Have You Here. Mrs. A. TJ. Spooner responded with "Hello, Daughters." Mrs. Opal Morrison, accompanied by Irene Swenson, sang Little Mother O' Mine; Kate Skinner gave a toast To the Mothers: and Charlene Christenson gave a musical reading, Ma and the Auto. Ruth and Eileen Neal sang Mother Dear, and a Mothers' day reading was given by Mrs. Ray Stone. Brahm's Lullaby by a girls' small group concluded the program. Sseuritis, .again. Folks who have suffered the most piercing, wincing agony — literally Tendered helpless for weeks and unable t» work have gained miraculous, joyful freedom from pain. Allenru contains no drugs or opi- •ates—which helps just temporarily -rather, it's a superb formula es- Progressive Club Meets Friday— Mrs. J. L. Lichty was hostess to the Progressive Woman's club Friday. Travel books were named at roll call. Mrs. Maynard Spooner gave an account of a trip through the Black Hills, and Mrs. .Aaron Steussy told how Florida compares and contrasts with California. These women Many See the Aufoplro— Nearly all of the people of this community were at Algona last Thursday to see the autogiro at the Legion airport. toin for ruptured appendix. .Thirteen Children In Commnnton— <. There .Were nine boys and. f bur girls In a flret communion class here Sunday, I ' Other St, Joe. • In last week's Advance, In the Sfc Joe News, there was a mistake concerning the death of 'Philip Doritje. It said he had'been in this country only a couple of years, having.came from Germany. It should have read he had been here nearly elx years. Mre. Matt Mergen, her children, Edwin and Alberta, and Nick Schmidt, all of Dell Rapids, S. D., went home last weett Wednesday, after having attended the funeral of Philip Dantze. Mr. Mergen is the father of Mrs. John Berte. •• , Henry Ziemet Jr., his mother, Mrs. Henry Ziemet Sr,, and the latter's grandchildren, Rosalia and Regina Krucher, were at (Fort"Dodge last Thursday. Alice Phillips left last, week Wednesday from Llvermore for her home at Owatonn'a, Minn. She came to attend the Illg,Reding wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gales drove to Fort'Dodge a few days ago to visit their daughter Loretta In nurses' training at St. Joseph's hospital. Mr.-and Mrs. Bernard Hanlfan, south of Llvermore, were Sunday dinner gueets of the former's moth er, Mrs. M. Hanifan. Marcella Thill, Whittemore, te here this week, helping with housecleaning at Mrs. John Fuhrman Sr.'e. John Zeller wae a caller at Hum- PUPILS TAKE GRADE EXAMS AT TITONKA T iiohka, May :.'i following etudents^obk eighth grade examlna- •-Friday. md 1 Mrs. Elprhth Graders Take Touts— The parochial eighth graders spent last Thursday at Algona writing examinations at the courthouse. Church Observes Ascension Day- Ascension day was observed last Thursday at St. Joseph's church with masses at 7 and 9 a. m. Undergoes Appendicitis Operation— Melvin Johnson is at an Algona hospital, recovering from an opera- •boldt Saturday. He got feed for chickens at an elevator there. Mrs. Edw. Hammer spent Sunday at Algona, visiting her daughter,' Mrs. A. C. Holtzbauer. Mrs. George Th'ull took a few of the Sisters to Bancroft last week Sunday. . ' . The John Kellners, St. Benedict, spent Sunday at M. J. Kellner's. John Besch, West Bend, spent Sunday with relatives here. Andrew Erpelding wae at Humboldt Saturday. FENTON HOLDS FATHERS AND SONS BANQUET Fenton, May 10—A father and son banquet was held in the Metho- ipecially compounded which treats ^ .your trouble scientifically—first im-| na> your uuuuie »v;iciii.ii.ii.a.ijr ....=1. .... , _,___ , vprp l q j f ] mediately ending pain and bringing ™*.?™ Sn ,™* «'? Messed comfort—then it drives out ffrom muscles, joints and tissues •those excess uric acid deposits which .cause your rheumatism. E. W. Lusby, druggist, (list church dining room Friday evening. The program follows: Invocation, the Rev. J. T. Snyder; cor- leue r,iL,u,, ,,,«:,.L,. e r ,.^.,.^ ....... Harold Geronsin; address, week Tuesday was 8 ,ven. and plans, ^^ ^^ Q£ ^^ ^ & Son, Dr. H. 'E. Hutchinson, of Spencer; song^male quartet. The pro- ram closed with America. Music was furnished during the evening by Virginia and Vertha Huskamp and Maxine Weisbrod. The banquet was served by the Methodist Aid. then led a discussion on the benefits of travel. A report of a county federation meeting at Titonka last were laid for a picnic June 3. Church Grounds Landscaped— There was a good attendance of members and several visitors at a Lutheran Aid meeting last Thure- A quartet gave special music, lans were laid to have the grounds around the church landscaped. The landscaping work was done Saturday. Mrs. Philip Halm Stricken- -one S oz. bottle for Sac MUST give and all i ' Grace ,Hahn, Wilton Junction, leading druggists dispense Allenru—i wno na d been here for some time, was called home Friday by news that her mother, Mrs. Philip Hahn, wife of a former Evangelical pastor here, had suffered a stroke. Miss joyful results as stated •money returned. above or PERSONAL Loans $uUU UK L.LUU tape, embarrassment or delay. families living In Algonit and vicinity can secure any amount up t° 4300 at leg'ul interest, on furniture, .automobiles or live stock. It Is easy to secure a loan through this Company anil easy to pay buck. one small payment a month, Ju»t Hahn's brother Newton came for her. Aunt of Two Here Dead— Henry Kubly and his sister, Mrs. A'illlam Miller, got home last week Wednesday from New Glarus, Wis., where they attended the funeral of an aunt. Mrs. Catherine Bloom. Mrs. Rose Rhiner, Hardy, and H-snry Bloom, Renwick, accompanied them. Infant Vails to Live— The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hlntz died at the home last week 'Sunday, a week after birth, and funeral services were held last week Monday, conducted by tlie C'OXFIUBXJIAL LOANS *» »"• tO SCHOOL TEACHERS If Jfot Xear a Representative AVrlte Us Direct Mother's Bay Program Given— The Methodist W. F. M. S. me last Thursday afternoon at the church with Mrs. G. W. Newel and Mrs. E. D. White hostesses. Devotionals were in charge of Mrs. Chas Weisbrod, and were in keeping with Mothers' day. A duet, Nobody Knows But Mother, was sung bj Mrs. E. D. White and Mrs. Elme AVeisbrod. The study lesson topii was world fellowship. A story, Th' Building of Empires, was given by Mrs. C. G. Humphrey, an article Women and International (Fellow ship, by Mrs. T. N. McFall, and re ports were given by the delegates Mrs. J. F. Newel and Mrs. Walte Widdel, of the district convention a Belmond. ormer's mother, Mrs. Francis Lain, and the John Espe family, Stanley Munch and August Crause, Luther college students at Decorah, spent the week-end at the !. C.. Weisbrod and G. R. Krause omes. , * The W. W. Boettchers attended he marriage of Mrs. Boettcher's jrother, Merwin Holding, to Flornce McGilligan, at Bancroft, Monay. Ella Kyhl, employed at the Park nn at Mason City, came Friday to spend a week's vacation with ' her rarents, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Kyhl. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Humphrey and children, Sidney Bruce and Ruth illen, were guests at the parental . M. Miller's at Ringsted 'Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Weisbrod and son Wallace, of Emmetsburg, were visitors at F. J. Weisbrod's last week Wednesday evening. Mrs. Donovan Brown, of Estherville, visited her parents, Mr. and Mre. Charles Giauss, from last Thursday till Saturday. St. John's Lutheran Aid met last week Wednesday afternoon in the church basement, with Mrs. Amos Finnestad hostess. ; Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stober and baby son, of Armstrong, were Sunday guests at the parental W.- E Stoeber's. Mrs. P. H. Jensen entertained hei bridge club Saturday afternoon High score was won by Mrs. W. W Boettcher. Carl Lundgren, of Cedar Rapids visited at R. N. Kyhl's Saturday Mr. Lundgren is Mr. Kyhl's brother in-law. 'last /Thursday and •Harriet, .daughter of Mr. John: A. Sieper, Buffalo Center; Della, daughter of; Mr. and" Mrs. iS. H. Meyer, Titonka; Diana, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. William Kardoes,.Buffalo Center; Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sieper, Titonkaf Gertrude, daughter of Mr. and^Mrs, William Welhousenj fitonka; Marie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Metnders, Buffalo Center; Esther Mae," daughter of Mr. and Mre. Jos. Tapper, Buffalo Center; Wllhelmine, daughter of Mr. arid, Mre. Henry F. Mayland, Tltonka; Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mary Anderson, Dolores, daughter /of ' Mr. and . Mrs. John G. Rlppentr,op, and • Grace ISmldt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Warner'Smldt, of Titonka;. Lola, daughter, of Mr* and Mrs. E. H. Cushman, Bancroft; Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. William 'Penning, Buffalo Center; George, soVi of Mr. and Mrs. George Alke, Wesley; John R. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. . John R. Sieper, Bruno, eon of .Mr. and vMre. Fred Stecker, Leonard, son- of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gray, Albert, son of Mrs. 'Bertha Dlrkson, Ralph, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Hansen,. .Melvin; son of Mr. .and Ms. Egbert •Buss, all of Tltonkai Willie, son of Mr. and Mre. Henry Schmidt, Woden; Louie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben •Franzen, anfl Carl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Ma-yland, Titonka; Dick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmidt, Woden, and "Benjamin Le Roy,' son of Mr, and Mrs. William Koestler, Titonka. •. Juniors Are Hosts Tonight— • . The ; annual .'junior-senior ^banquet will take place thie week Thursday at the school gymnasium, and the menu- follows: fruit 'cocktail,' creamed chicken, escalloped corn, mashed •potatoes, clover-leaf rolls,' cherry jam, candlestick salad, olives, brick ice cream', angel food cake, mints, nuts, and coffee. The program will be: toastmaster, Donald Banta; Welcome, Elsie -Kuchenreuther; Response, Edward Boyken; solo, C, A. :oon; .The Garden of Learning, rlrs. Callies; Garden Walks, How rd Carlson; A Nosegay, Lester den; piano solo, Vernelle Zweifel; lay and Change, C. 'A. Hoon; solo, ucille Miller. senior* the two upper classes Of Inst Thursday atafree show. Find the Fishing Poo/— The Chester 'Lamoreux fAmliy drove to Crystal Lake Saturday W fish, but not many fish were caught. Contest Other Tltonkft The S. J. DeVrles drove to ghar Sunday to spend Mothers' day with Mr. DeVrles' parents. The Raymond Bonackers were With relatives at Waterloo. Mrs. J. E. Ke!l and Mrs.; L. F. Callles entertained the Methodist Aid In the church basement last week Wednesday, and there was a attendance. vn^i- —j—, , „,. S* 16 ** a « to the numb erft ,| tubes in our.WiftddW^the one guessing the co P °j number at nearest to the cofrect number getsi» f set of K-C-A ftadiotronei for your radio FREE n« ' test closes, May 21, 8 o'clock p. m. c °n- Holecek Phone 371., good Rev, L, Wittenberg, of Lutheran church. "ii the local SEE CUNNINGHAM & LACY Plume 598 Algona s ,, Representing r FEDERAL FINANCE CO. Des Molnes former bookkeeper for the Bank of L,u Verne, took charge of the local jranch of the Humboldt Trust & Savings bank, succeeding D. T. Ox- :jorrow, Humboldt. Branch Hunk Manager— Last week Monday Arthur Hof, an HAN LOST 26 POUNDS LOOKS 10n BETTER FEELS STRONGER THAN EYEII Just to prove to any doubtful man or woman that Kruschen Salts is the SAFE way to reduce — let us take the letter of Mr. F. J. Frit-/, of Cincinnati, Ohio, recently received. He writes: "I've tried extreme dieting', Netting' up exercises with very little results—but the results from Kruscheu are almost Incredible, In !< mouths I reduced from 2<»5 to 179 pounds and (eel strong-er than ever—no more wliee/Ing 1 or gasping' for breath—friends say I look 100% better." Bear in mind, you fat man, that there 1s danger in too much fat—try the safe w^y to reduce — one-half teaepoonful of Kruschen Salts in a glass of hot water every morning— cut down on fatty meats and sweets —one bottle that lasts 4 weeks costs but a trifle—get it at E. W. Luaby's or any drugstore in the world. 1 Arm Vractured In Vail— Emma Hlntz fell and broke arm last week. Other Lu Verne News. The Methodist missionary society met last Thursday at the country home of Mrs. Ralph Davidson, 14 present. Mrs. Peter Thompson led devotionals, and Mrs. Maynard Spooner read a paper on the lesson Mrs. Baddely gave a report of e district convention at Burt. Mrs. Cecil Huff and Laura Engle entertained at three tables of bridge at the Huff 'home last week Tuesday evening. Kate Skinner won the high score, and Mrs. Burdette Agard Picnic Honors Birthdays— A group enjoyed a picnic at tli Ambrose A. Call state park at Al gona Sunday. -Attending were Mi and Mrs, Clarence Tlieesfield, Mi find Mrs. Raymond Stoeber, Mr, an Mrs. K. O. Stephenson, Lucille Zumach and Floyd Torgenson, Alma Wolfgram and Harvey Higley, Dr. S. W. Meyer and Lily Rasmuss'en. The picnic was held in honor of the birthday anniversary of Mre, Tliees- field and Mr. Higley. Father Dies at AVhlttemore— Mrs. A. H. Krause and Mrs. F. C. Bailey were called to Whittemore last week Wednesday night by the death of their father, Frank Gappa. Mr. Gappa was ill for more than a year with cancer, and his death was South Cresco not unexpected. Funeral were held at the St. church at Whittemore morning. services Michael's Saturday the travel prize. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Schultz and Angeline Roorda spent Mothers' day at Pella, the Schultzes visiting their son, Dr. Everett Schultz, and Miss Roorda her parents. The Evangelical missionary society was entertained at Mrs. William Wolto's last Thursday. Mrs. Leah \Ierkle led on medical missions in hina. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty spent several days the first of the week attending a Briardale convention at Goodbye Dandruff! diuolve* ind remove* trace of dandruff in a tingle ipplica- jtieo under a Honey-Back Guarantee. Clean* •ad rcfrohe* your »calp— make* your hair Paitrou* and beautiful. Use it today — op tfaulruS tomorrow I SPECIAL OFFER For a limited time, we offer a 2Sc bottle of Pitch'* Ideal Tonic (e*i>ed*Uy good for dry. tender *calp«) FREE with each pur- chate of > 75c bottle of Fitch'* Dandruff Remover Shanjpoo. Get voiir comh tmrbiPC Pfrdfc" D£UG STOKE 85th Birthday Is Observed— A. P. Peterson was 85 years old 'Sunday and the event wae celebrated by a family dinner at the home of his daughter, Mrs. O. J. Ranney. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C Laage and son Waldemer, A. H. Peterson, and the J. A, Schwartz fam- »y. ..... _• .. , Revival Meetings Start Sunday— A series of special evangelistic leetings will be held in the Metho- ist church, starting Sunday even- ng and continuing till June 5. The Rev. Mr. Snyder will be assisted toy Evangelist Eugene Palmer, of Ot- umwa. Mrs. Victor Applegate, near Cor with, and her little daughter were visitors last Thursday at E. C, Pot .er'fi, '-I-.—- - i - —i - •; Mrs. J. L. Studer, St. Benedict vas a guest last Thursday of Mrs Mulkins at D. A. Teeter's. Mrs Mulkins' condition remains abou he same. Mrs. L. E. Potter spent laet wee! at her eons, C. H, and H. L. Pot ter's, and is this week at E. C. an Mrs. L. D. Potter's. Mrs. Ray Miner, of Merlden, an her son Billy Ray visited the for mer's mother, Mrs. 'L. E. Potte week before last. Mrs. (F. (L. an Mrs. Mae Miller and Mrs. H. E Morgan, Algona, each entertalne the same vyeek In honor of Mre. 1 E. Potter, who plans to leave for few weeks with her daughter, Mr Alta Stiles, Charles City. ridge Clubs Have Luncheons— Mrs. Dr. Pierre Sartor entertained er bridge luncheon club last week [onday afternoon. Prize winners ere Mrs. M. S. Craven, Mrs. Theo- ore Dunmire, and Mrs. D. R. C. Jail. Last week Wednesday the 12 ow members entertained the 12 ighs. Mrs. Harry Beed won high ver-a.ll, and Mrs. William Boyken pw. H. C. Schweppe and Mrs, J. F. "Usher won other prizes. Seventeen In Senior Class— -Seniors graduating this year are: idith ^Reynolds, Lucille Cosgrove, *osa iPouelsen, Raymond Heifner, Lorraine M. Peterson, Vernori Laron, Howard Carlson, Ben Pannkuk, Woodrow Peterson, Doris Stott, Leo Mrs. L. J. Mousel'and Mrs.'W. J. Denton drove to Bancroft last Week Tuesday evening to attend .a special meeting of the Legion Auxiliary unit there. • • Mrs, Carl F. Callles and Lois Heifner drove to Des Moines. Friday evening to spend the week-end visiting relatives and friends. -They returned Sunday. . , _ •'• The Woman's club : met last Thursday evening with Mrs. Harry Beed, and Mrs. Fred Wentz led the lesson on May in Outline. Roll call was on favorite birds. Alice Sartor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Sartor, who has been visiting in Bode for two weeks, returned a week ago Sunday. Mrs. Andrew Peterson and her mother, Mrs. Charles Relbsamen, who had visited relatives In Minneapolis, returned Sunday. John Wood 8r. has been elck and confined to his home a few days. Mr. Wood is employed by the French Lumber company. Mrs. Walter S ; Andreson, southwest of town, has been elck, and Minnie Kennedy has been helping in the housework. Mr. and Mrs. AdolpU Missel's son Albert, attending school "at" Minneapolis, came home Saturday for a we,ek-end" visit. - Mrs. L. B.' Larson entertained her, bridge luncheon club 'Friday. Prlze- •\Yinners were Mrs. R. L. Krantz and Mi*. Fred Wentz. Mrs. Carrie r Torgerson, ..who accompanied Mrs. Carl F. Callles to Des Moines Friday, returned with her Sunday. Mrs. Luella Schenck, Burt, accompanied by Mother Schenck, of Minneapolis, visited here last week Wednesday. Mrs. W. J. Denton spent last week Wednesday and Thursday with a brother In Mason City, Clarence Winter. Albert Nelson and his sisters Julia and Nellie, accompanied by Estella Bonacker, were at Forest City Saturday. The L. Barbours were at Maeon City last week Wednesday. Mr. Barbour is employed in the Topic shop. The Guldo Sartors, Iowa City, spent last week here, going back to their school work Monday. , You are actually paying . a dime and f oar pennies for the 9 privilege of washing these Here are some of the things the average woman carries down to the basement wash .day— : "..''' 4 Sheets 6 Napkins 4 Pillow-Cases 1 -Aprtin 6 Turkish Towels 5 Dish Towels 3 Wash-Cloths 5 Dusters 1 Table Cloth 8 Shirts ,30 Handkerchie; 8 pairs of Soctifl 2 Pajama Suits | 1 Suits of Shirtil and Shorts 7! iichter, Boyken, Harley Larson, Edward Alice Richter, Ben Buss, Bancroft John Smidt, and Irene Callles. Their sponsor is Mrs. Carl 'P. Callles. School Has Radio Set— A new radio was installed in the school last week Wednesday. It .was. a gift from the P. T. A. Haxel Budlong, who has been :eaching school in Hampton, came home Friday. Her sister Maye accompanied her on her return and then went to Waterloo. Mrs. Antoiie Fannkiik Home— Antone Pannkuk left Friday for Savannah, Mo.,' to bring home Mrs. Pannkuk, Saturday. Mrs. Pannkuk liad been at the Doctor Nichols san- Itariam several weeks, taking 'treatment, and is reported ' much better. Last Meeting of P. T. A.— The P. T. A. will hold ite last meeting this year at the -schoolhouse Monday evening. A community picnic and a May pole dance will take place. Burglars Rifle Elevator Tills— Last week Wednesday evening" burglars broke Into b'oth elevators here, and some money was , taken. No one eaw them. Twins (or tlie Van Hoves— • The Ted Van Hoves have twins, 'a boy and a girl. This makes six children In the family, three boys and three girls. ' ' Mrs. Melvin Ditsworth, bookkeeper at Kennedys', was elck four days last week, and was unable to be at work. Roy McGuire and Fred Thacker were business visitors at Emmetsburg last week Wednesday. Flynn Hunt and Glenn Cowing left ^for St. Paul Sunday, on business^ returning Monday. v • .12 Counting the cost of soap, washing-powder, bluing,] water, gas and electric current, plus the upkeep and interest on her home-washer investment (and counting her time as worth absolutely nothing!) here's) what it costs her in dollars and cents, Cl to wash that" bundle _———— ^ I • In our THRIFTY SERVICE, the dish-towels, nap-l kins, pillow-cases, sheets, table-cloth and bath-tow-j els would be ironed; the other pieces would be ready" for ironing. The same identical bundle, in thrifty Service, would cost her only ___« She is paying five hours and fourteen cents for the privilege of doing her washing! THRIFTY SERVICE means ... all Flat Work wash-] ed and ironed; Wearing Apparel washed, ready to ironing. Thrifty Service is a money-saving, hou saving service. Try it—7c a pound—telephone foi us to call today. s . Kirsch Laundry PHONE 267 > COME TO THE DEVOE Paint Demonstration * ' . • •' * at BOTSFORD LUMBER COMPANY'S STORE AND OFFICE Friday and Saturday MAY 13th and 14th. Bring Us Your Paint Problei (A factory expert will be present to help you) I STRANGE, BUT TRUE! Des Moines. Mrs. Flora Raney and her son Forrest returned Saturday, after a several weeks vieit at H. R. Frei's Reinbeck. The Good Will club will meet Thursday, May 19, with Mrs. Ber Sankey, Mrs. George Wolf assisting The Guy Asas, Algona, and the Frank Asas, Irvlngton, were Sunday guests at the Arthur Krause's. Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Hintz are parents of a daugTiter, Dolores Na dine, born April 30. Ann Thyrgeson, Waterville, spen Monday night with Irene and Ber nice Swenson. M. M. Lowmlller visited relatives at Minneapolis several days las week. The Rev. D. Lang Is attending a Evangelical conference at Dumon 'Little Phyllis ftedriok -was 10 las week. fenton Loses at Spencer—The Fenton high school (baseball earn, winners of the Kossuth coun- y tournament, wae defeated in the semi-finals at Spencer Saturday af- erhoon by Arnold's Park, 4-0. Other Fenton News. Mr. and Mre. F. P. Newel entertained last Thursday night. Bridge was played at three tables, and 'Lily Rasmussen won the woman's prize and Dr. S. W. Meyer the man's prize. Refreshments followed. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Lakin and daughter Arlene and Loran Eepe, o Estherville, visited Sunday with the. WILLUMS' PILLS DIURETIC and LAXATIVE Bav« 700 overworked your nervoai fyttva an4 ctuMd trouble with your kidney* MM - "~ e»oup*to»U>U>inMlde*n«b»ek. By W. E. Laird FUG FUES .OVER THE U.S,, CAPITOL BUILDING 6QTW PW AND NI6HT, THROUGHOUT TWE A Modern Institution Our funeral home is equipped with every modern convenience that goes to Inake thoroughness and ef T ficiency. . 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