Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 26, 1932 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 26, 1932
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»A^EETGHt. "And I thought ll could never wear it again" Our expert Dry Cleaning will show you how to get more wear and satisfaction from your clothes. We call for and deliver. ELK CLEANERS AND TAILORS Phone 330 4-H GIRLS IN PROGRAM AT F, 6, MEETING Lakota, May 24—3.1rs. .T. H.. Wat- burton went to German township, toi the HiHard Abbas home, last '.veek Wednesday .evening to attend i Farm Bureau meeting. About 50 "ttended. The 4-H girls had charge of the program in port. They put nn a pnnlomlme. CiMuinWa, the Oerrt of the Ocean, ten erlrts tnklng part. They also furnished instrumental and vocal music. Geo. W. Godfrey. county Farm Bureau president, grave the main talk, County Agent Morrison and Miss Body. H. D. A., were also present. Mrs. 'Barton Is chairman of the woman's project; Henry Gray, president of Men's work. The girls sold pie, cake, and ice cream, a. building at niaylrtg and brfcke &n arm one day teat week* teacher Take* Mom* Sick— Velva Tutton, Buffafo Center, *ho teacher the David Patterson schbol, fell seriously 111 last week, and had to be taken home. * Falls and Breaks an Arni— iDonald. small son of the Edw. Loofts. fell while he was climbing a corn crib one day last week and broke his arm. Tntlle I-ake Fish Biting— The Bobos were at Tuttle Lake v v ;}t;-;-'»? ' ' ttfttttiWtt'fott^ ° - "A""" r^f'•<•«• iK/v'-F'-j ^'wC 1 Daughter o/ B., Saturday' ft** A visit "witk Bobby, Whd Wad tJSen 'lf*r£ foi tlhie, went^ h6me Avlth hint JSc ''Mf. 4 ana Mrs.'.Harold Flntt, , Chicago, came Saturday for an extended visit with his mother, Mrs Finn, at Oerled, and her mother, Mrs. Minnie Selbolt, east of town. Mrs. Delia Smith And Mrs. Nick Behrenda were hostesses to the Methodist Aid at the church last Fehton, May i4->~Funefal services for Mrs. John Meyer, who died at her home west of 1 town a week nfco Friday Were held at the Methodist church hefe last week Monday, the Week Wednesday, tended. Thhty-flve at-1 Rev. H. R. Schmidt, Frederlcksburg, former Fenton pastor, preaching. Mr. and MM. Emory Smith, Odessa Buckels, Fannie Ailts, and Ho- ond burial being made In the Methodist cemetery south of town. * Mrs. last week Wednesday, and ! n ' lev AltizeV were fishing at Clear| Meyer's maiden given names were reported a good catch. Other Lakotn News. Mrs. Ray Smith was called to the money to be used to pay penses of their 4-H delegate to Ames in June. Dorothy Intermill is president o£ the club. .Joins Husband In Jf, M.— Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith took PERSONAL Loans $uOO OK LLCu fupe, cm bar- rassment or delay. Families living In Algona and vicinity can secure any amount «P to (300 at legal ink-res I, on furniture, automobiles or live stock. It is easy to secure a loan through this Com. pan; and easy to p>y back. Just one small paynu'nt a month. Ray's mother, Mrs. C. R. Smith, to Mason City Sunday, and from there she took a train to Ojo Caliente, N. M.. where she will spend two months with her husband, there in the in- erest of his health. Mr. Smith left Dakota last November and spent he winter in California, helping :are for his mother, and he went to Ojo Caliente in the early spring, \nd reports that he is feeling well, but will not return until late, autumn. Mrs. Smith will return early n August. •Axirelia ten days ago by the illness of her mother, whom she later brought home with her for a visit. Saturday she took her to Armstrong, where she took a bus for home. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Deyo, Fort Dodge, came Saturday for a weekend visit with his sister, Mrs. Delia Smith, and Sunday she entertained the W. E. Gutknechts and the Roland Smiths in their honor. Mrs. E. A. Clemans and son Bill came home last Thursday from Red Wing, Minn., where Mrs. Clemans had 'been looking after property left by the death of her step-father. She was gone four weeks. Mr. Petsch came from Chester, S. !n Visit Here — Mrs. Gladys Wheeler and her two hildren -are visiting the W. E. -eys. The women are sisters-in- •iw. Mrs. Wheeler makes her home it .Frederlcksburg, Fli.. but was ailed to Hutchin.^on. Minn., three reeks ago by the serious illness of ler mother. She reports her mother somewhat improved, but Mrs. Wheeler expects to spend the summer with her at Hutchinson, and vill return to Florida in September. CONFIDENTIAL LOANS to SCHOOL TEACHERS If >'ot Near a Representative Write Us Direct SEE CUNNINGHAM & LAGY Phone 508 Algona Representing FEDERAL FINANCE CO. DCS Moliies REDUCED 30 POUNDS NEVER FELT BETTER Sato AViiy t-o Lose Fat School Teachers End Year— The public school teachers left for home Friday: Lucy Carson, to St. Vnsgar: Helen Awe. to Buffalo Center: Miss Buxton. to OHn; Miss ,ockwood, to Illinois; Miss Schultz, to Wetitzville, Mo.; Ml-ss Hastings, teacher of the 6th and 7th grades, Commencement Exercises Held— who was seriously hurt in an automobile accident five weeks ago, is no-w in a hospital at Eldora. All the teachers have been retained for next year. BURT SCOOTS HAVE OUTING AT IOWA LAKE Burt, May 24—The Boy Scouts left for a week's outing at Iowa Lake the end of last week. G. P. Hawcott took the equipment and four of the boys up Friday, and the others went up Saturday. Superintendent and Mrs. 'Donald Weir, and son, C. M. Bowie and 6. J. Fardal are with the boys. The following boys are in attendance: Paul Kriethe Jr., Dale Kennedy, Joe Glenn, and Kenneth Graham, Norman Sanderson, Keith and Verle Thaves, Charles Hanna, Hugh McDonald, Ronald Elvidge, Donald and Garner Patterson, Allen Wood, Richard Chlpman, William Giddings, Merwyn Bahling, 'Frank Aten, and Robert Gray. Lake Friday, and had gcrod catches, Mrs. C. R. Smith accompanied the Bob Heetlands, Buffalo Center, to Dows last Thursday to look after business and visit relatives. The Martin Beckers, Algona, and the Nick Koppens, Lakota, were visitors at 'P. L. Koppen's Sunday. The .Terry Ukenas week into the house moved last he recently bought from Jaraes Altwegg. Lorraine Smith, Bob Clemans, and Lou Thaves spent Friday at Tuttle Lake, fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Joh,n Dorenfoush, of Elmore, were at A. Q.' Smith's last Thursday evening. Henrietta Klelst is spending two weeks with her niece, Mrs. Henry Smith, Garner. Lawrence Wolcott, Mankato, was here Friday. A largre crowd attended the commencement exercises at the Methodist church last Thursday evening. The address was given by Dr. Rob- date for auditor, are busy making a canvass of the county, and both are meeting with much encouragement. Staehles Now at, Home Here— Mrs. Albert Staehle arrived (Friday from Mitchell, S. D. The Staeh- les have moved into the Kriethe house, which was formerly occupied i by the W. T. Trainers. Hurt Has Nciv Bakery— A bakery 'has been opened in the building formerly occupied by the Benin grocery. George Strayer Jr., formerly Ayrshire, is proprietor. First Band Concert Planned— The first band concert of the season will be given next -week Wednesday,. evening. Edward Thaves is director. Bible School Is Planned— A dally vacation Bible school will be held at the Presbyterian church 'beginning June 6 and continuing for two weeks. Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wallace, two children, and Mrs. Bertha Wallace, Mason City, were Sunday visitors at G. .P. Hawcott's. Mrs. Bertha Wallace remained for a . week with her daughter, Mrs.''Hawcott. Clara Lena Madeline, and she was the second daughter of Jacob and Doro^ thea Light. She was born June 29, 1S77, on the tiight farm, sbuth of Fenton, and was marl-led to John Meyer, Cedar Falls, December 29, 1 S97i At Cedar Falls a soli'•• was horn. A year later the family mov- d to the farm here, where they ved eight years, after which they loved to Watertown, S. p. In 1913 ley returned to the farm. Mrs. rteyer left her husband; a son, Aired H., his wife, and 'three grand- hlldren. Betty Ann; Joan, and Dlk- e; a 'brother, John Light, and four sters: Mrs.' Mary 'Harach, Algona; Laura Ridder, Fairmont; Emma iDhse and Annie Light, iFenton. Margaret Hantelman Is Bride- Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Trs.' Daniel Hantelman, Fenton nd William, son of Mr. and Mrs George Hammerand, Sherrill, were married Saturday, May 14, at the ^utheran parsonage, Sherrill. The ride, a graduate of the Fenton Igtv school, taught near Dubuque everal years. Mr. Hammerand has Take the ca.se of Miss Madeline Crowley, for instance, who lives in Little Rock, Ark. Just read her letter: "I liav« used Kriisclien Salts for one year—when 1 started I weighed 140 pounds — now I weiffh 111) pounds and never felt better In my life." That's the big reason a host of men and women take Kruschen to lose weight—a.s the fat goes you gain in health—skin clears — eyes grow bright—activity replaces indolence. Take one-half teaspoonful of Kruschen in a glass of hot water every morning before 'breakfast— cut down on fatty meats, potatoes and sweets—a jar of Kruschen that costs but a trifle lasts 4 weeks—get It at E. W. Lusby or any drugstore in the world—but for your health's School Celebrates Year's End- Following are some of the festivities enjoyed by the public school pupils last week: The orchestra had a fishing party at Tuttle Lake last Wednesday; the juniors, a picnic at Wood's Lake, Minn., Thursday the freshman, an all-day picnic at Wood's Lake .Friday; Mr. Grabau and Mr. .Hamquist there for dinner Most of the. grades had picnics near town Friday. Shower for Mrs. Emory Smith— Mrs. Harold Pierce, Lorraine Smith, and Odessa Buckels gave a miscellaneous shower in honor of Mrs. Emory Smith (nee Pearl Estle) last week Monday evening, with 25 women as guests. The evening was spent at visiting, writing recipes for •the bride, and writing "advice," using the initials of the bride and groom, word. ert Rienow, Dean of Men, of the State University, and was very ood. Other numbers on the program included music by the high school orchestra; Anna Overgaard; vocal solo, by Salutatory, "Onward," by Emil Lovstad; music by a mixed chorus; Valedictory, "Roads," by Vera Chipman; trumpet solo by Sigurd 'Fardal. A class of 16 were awarded diplomas by Mrs. Maude Hanna, president of the school board. School Ends; Teachers leave— School closed Friday and the teachers have left for their various homes: Mildred Anderson to hei home at MUford, Anna Overgaard to her home in Cedar Falls, Alice Eighme and Charlotte Warrioi went to Fairmont, Minn., Monday to spend a. few days before going to their homes at Shannon City and Shaw went to Mason City with the Wallaces tor a few days. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick VTrs. A. A. Graham, and Mr.- VTrs. J. T. Graham, Algona, visited •elatives at Webster City Sunday Lucille 'Sewick and Ada Schwieter accompanied them to Atgona, where they spent the day at the Graham lome. Mr...,and Mrs. F. E. Rubey and P. E. E. 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Use it today —n» 4utdruff tomorrow I SPECIAL OFFER For a limited time, we offer a 2Sc bottle of Fitch's Ideal Tonic (especially good for dry, tender scalps) FREE with each purchase of a 7Sc bottle oE Fitch's Dandruff Remover Shampoo. Get your combination package today! LUSBY'S DRUG STORE Doctor Scluiell loses Mother- Mrs. T. J. 'Schuell, mother of Dr. G. J. Schuell, who was Lakota's physician for a number of years, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. P. P. Bross, Rochester, a week ago Saturday. Funeral services were held at Cedar Rapids the following Tuesday. Mrs. Shuell was known to many here. Dr. and Mrs. G. J. Shuell are now at Lincoln, Neb. Operation at Rochester Planned— , Mrs. Otto Koppen, daughter Sylvia, and Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Smith went to Montgomery last week Wednesday to visit the Roy Far- rlngtons. Mrs. Farrington, daughter of the Smiths and slater of Mrs. Koppen, goes to Rochester this week for an operation. Mr. Smith went over Friday to spend the day with 'her, returning Saturday. F. IJ. Picnic Is Planned— Fourteen women of the Lincoln township Farm Bureau met with Mrs. David Patterson Friday; Mrs. Hofbauer and Mrs. Buckels, assisting hostesses. The local leaders gave a lesson on block printing, and plans for Achievement day and a township picnic at Julius Jensen's were completed. Appendicitis Operation Performed— Mrs. Herman Schroeder was taken seriously ill Saturday, and her parents, the Arthur Lesters, were called; also Doctor Williams. She was taken at once to the Kossuth hospital, where an operation for appendicitis was performed. Her con- Blockton. C. M. Bowie and S. J Fardal are spending a week with, the boy scouts at their camp before going to their homes. Mite-Box Opening Held— The W. H. M. S. held its anhua Mfte Box opening at the church Saturday afternoon. The program follows: vocal solo, Mrs. L. H. Stev en; playlet, Arlene Daniels ani Magdaline Eeitz; reading, Arlen Beitz; play, The Meeting of the Program Committee, Mrs. F. O. Stow, Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel, Mrs. A. G. Volentine, and Mrs. C. S. Coffin; piano duet, Vera Chipman and Lucile Sewick; talk, Mrs. A. A. Graham. Humboldt Nine Conies Today— A ball game is to te played against Humboldt this week Thursday. Local toys who will play are Gordon ttigsbee, Edwin Manus, Maurice Coffin, Henry Ewoldt, Raymond Carter, Ronald Elvidge, Willis Vogel, Edward Stewart, Harold Gross, Charles Hanna, Darrel Riddle, Buss Householder, Gerald Bahling, and a Marlow boy. Street Sprinkler Truck Bought— C. B. Chipman, P. L. Dremmel, and C. W. Schryver went to Estherville Wednesday and purchased a truck for the street sprinkler which they recently purchased for the town. Clifford and Clarence Schrader went to Ogden Friday to get the sprinkler, which will be -used on the street as soon as some repairs are completed. Hurt Man's Brother Graduated— at the Farley- They will live on een employed joetscher plant, farm near Sherrill. 'arcwell for P. H. Jensens- Mr, and Mrs. P. H., Jensen were onor guests at a farewell party at he Ambrose A. Call state park las veek Tuesday night. The Jensens 111 move to Fort Dodge June 1 Tnlrty-six attended the picnic, after •hich bridge was played. The ptc- ic was given 'by the afternoon and venln-s bridge clubs of which Mr. nd Mrs. Jensen were members, nd a gift was presented to them. Auxiliary Tlnlt Is Entertained— Mrs. Fred Flaig entertained the Velsbrod Auxiliary at her home last veek Monday night. The county hairman, Mrs. Sadie Denton, TT- onka, with Mrs. L. H. Schencft: and i Mrs. iRingsdorf, of Burt, and Mrs. Hans iBaago and Mrs. George Boettcher,' Fenton. were guests-. Dean Daughter Has Operation— Mrs. Earl Dean went , to Gruver ast week Wednesday to care for ler grandchildren at Wallace Brown's while her daughter, Mrs. 3rown, is at' the Golem in hospital, Estherville, where she underwent an operation for goiter. To Observe Memorial Day— Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney attended a banker's convention at Esthervill Monday. The bank was closed dur ing their absence. •Mr. and Mrs. George Manus an daughter and Eleanor Stehle, North wood, visited Sunday at the H. W Manus home. George and H. W. ar brothers. Mattie Warner and Eva Whitne took Miss Warner's sister, Mr Anna McQuirk, 'Bancroft, to Wen dell, Minn., Saturday to visit a son The Rev. and 'Mrs. S. H. Aten Mrs. W. T. Kennedy, and Mrs. Ger tie Thompson visited the Bo Scouts at Iowa Lake Monday. Mrs. L. Sheldon, Edna Staley, Lottie Haavcott, and Mrs. A. A. Graham, Holly Hill, iFla,, were Mason City visitors last Thursday. The Mite society meets this week Wednesday at Mrs. P. N. Sarchett's, Mrs. S. 'H. Aten and Mrs. H, O. :uell, assisting hostesses. Mrs. C. C. Parrish and two chil- ren, Newton, Is spending a couple f weeks at the home of her par- nts, the J. P. Stows. Mrs. J. T; Graham and Mrs. Robrt Graham, Algona, and Mrs. A. A. Graham spent last week Wednes- ay at J. G. Sewlck's. W. J. Davidson, Mrs. iMaude Hana, and Myrtle Hanna will visit the !oy Scout camp at'Tuttle Lake this veek Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Paine will at- end the funeral of Mrs. S. O. ^chwenck, Eagle Grove, this week Tuesday. Katherine Manus accompanied Dorothy Steward and Mr. and Mrs. >aul Macauley to Fort Dodge' Sat- Arrangements have been made' by the Legion and Auxiliary for services at the. Fenton opera house on Memorial day. The Rev. J. T. Snyder will be speaker, and a program of music and recitations .will be given. Qiilltlnir Party Is Given— Mesdames H. E. Reimers, G. W. Newel, F. H. Bohn, Raymond Stoeber, W. W. Boettcher, W. R. Wolfe, and O. H. Graham attended a quilting party at Mrs. George Boettcher's last Thursday. DOCTOR'S WIFE DIES SUDDENLY AT SWEA CITY Swea City, May 24—Swea City community was shocked Saturday evening by news of the death of Mrs. Lundqulst, wife of Doctor Lundqulst. She had been sick only a few days, and had not been considered in serious condition. Heart trouble, with complications, was the cause of death. Her maiden nam6 was Edna Holm, and she was born at Rockford,' 111., June .2, 1891, being only 41 at death. With her parents she Came to Swea City In 1898, since which time she had always lived here. She was a graduate from the local high school, after Which she worked for her father .In his general merchandise store, till on June 6, 1912, she was married. Doctor iLundqulst, with six children, survlVes: Hazel, taking' nurses' training at Minneapolis; Marjorle, Irene Rudolph, Robert, and John, at home. Her mother, Mrs. Charles Holm, of •Swea City, and one sister, Mrs. Eva Benson, who does not live here, also survive. Funeral services will be held at the Immanuel Lutheran church, this week Tuesday, conducted by her p'astor, the Rev. Mr. Swanson, and burial was to >be In the Harrison cemetery, Churches Open Bible Schools— The three churches here will open their annual dally vacation . bible schools this week. The Lutheran children were to enroll this weeki Monday, the school to start Tues-l day. This school will continue three weeks. The Methodist children will enroll this week Wednesday, ' the school to continue 2V 2 weeks. The Baptist children enrolled Monday for three weeks. Memorial Day Plans Laid— , Memorial day will be observed here with a program at the park. The Rev. Mr. 'Seimens, of the Baptist church,'will deliver the address, and the Rev. Mr. Swanson will assist in the services. The Isenberg quartette will sing, and the Lutheran Immanuel quartet will give several selections, the local band filling oat the program. Four Collegians to Graduate— The Swea City territory has several' young people who will 'be graduated from college this year: Armand iSchuler, Seneca, Simpson' college, who will teach in the Swea. City high school next year; Elna Berg, Gustavus Adolphus college, , We make 'em, recover, ttnd repair them Also general woodwork and blacksmithihg THORPE WOOD AND IRON WORKS i Shop ou Call Si,, Phone 627'W. GASH SPECIALS Royal Anne Cherries,» f 0r l fa It), cake Chocolate I lodlced Salt, 3 for f 4 Ib. Pancake Flour I No. ^2 can Tomatoes, « ( Or [ Mincemeat, 2 pkgs. I Broadcloth shirts Silk Dresses __$».{ AT YOUR R STORE Groceries Fresh Meats Vegetables First door west of Swift's. * Phone 2^ Matches, carton — CornsUrch, 2 for —Me ; ; No. 2W cut beets ,—lOc ! '. Krattt »c ; ; ; , Shredded Wheat, 2 for —23c No. 9'/4 can pumpkin, 2 for— 26c No. 3 sliced pineapple 17c No. 8'/& apricots ' 19c ts _ anj , SPECIAL We will offer five quarts of genuine Tiolene 1 per cent Pennsylvania Motor Oil and a complej grease job for $2.00, or five quarts of genuine Pu 100 per. cent Parafine base oil and grease job $1.75 Saturday, May 28, at Jones and North Sts, QUALITY WITH SERVICE AERO SERVICE •St. Peter, Minn.; Harry Warburton, Wasfrtmrn college, Topeka, Kan. John Sanftner, Ames. Cardinals Lose, Then Win — The Cardinals, Swea City's ball team, has played two games, losing •to Bancroft, 3-0, Sunday, .and win- from. Thompson May 15. Next Dance NIGHT May 27 I. 0. 0. F. Hall Music by Iowa Kovelers from Clarion dition is reported satisfactory. George Mussmans to More— The George Mussmans, Sibley were at H. D. Mussman's over the week-end. They came up with Bill Clemans and drove their own car home Sunday. George has been transferred to Ellsworth, Minn., and the family will move as school closes. They exer soon as Former Lakotan Weds Again— Mrs. Rose Harberts, daughter of the Gus Steinbergs, and Bay Stroul, Yorkville, 111., were married a week ago last Saturday and spent their 'honeymoon in Illinois. They came for her three children, and will make their home at Yorkville. Former LaUota Girl Mother— A boy, Dennis James, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wirtjes, Lone- Rock, at the Wohnke 'hospital, Bancroft, May 17. They have one other boy. Mrs. Wirtjes was formerly Emma Mabus. WllilUIS' DIURETIC and LAXATIVE PIUS B»v« yoa wwworiHrt your n«nou« lyitMi •Dd ouiMd trouble with your kldni , ft*. 4*0994 Mrs. TVoodworth loses Uncle— The E. J. Woodworths went to Humboldt last Thursday to attend the funeral of an uncle of-, Mrs. Woodworth, who died after a long illness with anemia. GW 1» Hurt Jw Fall— Arlene, little daughter of the of town, f*U ff»"» Sunday they will play Britt on the new diamond here, one-half mile north of 'town, on the Ben Lentsch farm. New men are still being tried' -out. STRANGE, BUT TRUE! urday. Mrs. J. H. Graham was called to Webster City Sunday evening by the serious jllness of her father. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Stow, Wadena, came Saturday for a .week with Mr. Stow's parents, the F. O. Stows. Mrs. A. I. Sondrol, Clear Lake, and her daughter Edith visited Sunday at Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle's. The R. J. Hammerstroms visited The W. J. Lockwoods visited a Renwick from Thursday to 'Sunday at the home of Mrs. Lockwood' parents, the Wm. Hoffmans. attended the commencement cises, Mrs. Xrockwood's brother be ing a graduate. Go Picnicking at Lake— The following families picnlcke at Tuttle Lake Sunday: the J. C McDonalds, C. F. Whalens, M. M Chipmans, L,. A. IBoettchers, 'L.. E lEUebhoffs, Jess Thoresons, J. T Heaneys, Brwin Schwleterts, an 3sther Olson. Burt Wins Practice Game— A practice game between Algona and Burt junior league teams was played here Friday evening, Burt winning, 24-1. The same teams will play again next week Tuesday, and that will be a scheduled game. Buttermakers In Meet Here— A district meeting of Sec. 6 of the Iowa Buttermakers association was held at the Burt creamery last Thursday afternoon and evening. About 60 were present, Including ibuttermakers and wives. Seniors lu Evening Party— The Senior class spent 'Friday evening at the Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle •home. A '5-lb. box of candy sent the class by Helen JoJinstqne, a former teacher, formed the refreshment of tbe evening, Are Tovrint; Mrs. Hammerstrom's brother at Graettinger Sunday. (Mrs. H. W. Trainer was hostess to the afternoon bridge club last week Tuesday afternoon. A number of Burt Rebekahs are attending a county convention at Algona today. Lura Sewick Pastor's Wife loses Uncle— The Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder were called to Lake City last week Wednesday by word of the death of Mrs. Snyder's uncle, Frank Stanfield. Fenton Defeats AVhlttemore— The Fenton ball team defeated Whittemore on the latter's diamond Sunday, 19-5. Hendrickeon and 1 Kramer were the Fenton battery. Other Fenton News. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Frank entertained at dinner Sunday th-a Le Roy Newels,' Hartley, the Lester Johnsons, Bancroft, the Clarence Weis- brods and the W. P. Kearns family. Ringsted, and Mr, and Mrs: Gaytord Johnson and the E. K. Johnson 2nd Chas. Newel families, Fenton. Mrs. Wilbert Huldorff, her children, and Ardis Voigt returned 'ast Thursday fropi Sioux Falls, where they had gone the Saturdu/ Tiefore to take home Mrs. Huldm-tfs nteee, Dorothy Gillette, who .h-td attended school here a year. Doris Van Cleave, Brewster, Minn., was at C. H. Geronsln's last Thursday. She Is Mrs: Geronatn's niece and was en route home from St. Paul, where she had been a patient at a hospital two months. Mrs. HaUle Weisbrod left Sunday for New Market to visit her daughter, Mrs. Frank Worrell, and £rom there was to go to Council Bluffs to attend graduation exercises for her daughter Iva. Mr. and Mrs. William Longnecker and Doris Walton, all • of South Bend, Ind., are visiting, this week a the Adolph and John Gramen homes. Mrs. Elder's Mother 75— The James Elders drove to Spencer last week-end, and Mrs. Elder and her daughter remained to help celebrate Mrs. Elder's mother's 75th birthday, Mrs. Elder returning Sunday. The Elders used to live at Hobarton. Brotherhoods In Joint Meet— The Methodist Men's Brotherhood meets this week Tuesday evening, and the Lutheran Brotherhood wa's invited to Join In the meeting. August Peterson and Samuel Warburton were hosts. i By <W. E. Laird DECQ&KTION WN ORIGINATED WITH THE WOMtN OF THE SOUTH. WHO STREWED FICWEKSi ON THE GRAVES OF • CONFEDERATE AND UNION DEAD ALIKE returned Saturday from Harris, where she taught the past year. Dr. Knowles, Fort Dodge, visited Doctor J. G. Clapsaddle Monday af* ternoon. "" Mr, and Mrs. Marshall Dolllver visited at L. E. Roetman's Sunday. H. Four Corners (Held from last week.) The M.-D. club met last Thursday with Mrs. Violet Walker. Roll call was answered by the name of an Iowa county. Papers were read by Mrs. Noble Mitchell and Mrs. Wm. Drayton for Mrs. Nettie Rich. The origin of the Orphan's home at Council Bluffs was told by Mrs. Roy Lowman. There were 2 members and two visitors present. Lunch was served. The next meeting will be June 9 with Mre. Ruby Walker. Because ol schools closing and Rural Schools day at Good Hope May 27, the next meeting was postponed. Thirty-six people (surprised Wrs. A. C. Bjustrom and helped her celebrate her birthday last Thursday. Sandwiches, cake, and s%\ad were served, JJj-a. ' H..L. Huskamp, of the Hus'.cam Motor Co., left Sunday for Janes ville, WIs., whence he was to ilriv back a new Chevrolet. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jensen' and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Jensen, all of Ringeted, were dinner guests at P. H. Jensen's Sunday, The Frank Balleye and Mrs. Kate Newel epent Friday evening with the former's daughter, Mrs. A. W. Willow, Swea City. The W. W. Boettchers and O. H. Grahams spent the week-end on a camping vacation at the river, northeast of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Kyhl and her daughter Buth -Mae spent Sunday at J. A. Furtney's, Ceylon. Julius Peterson, Algona, and his son Roger were Sunday visitors at K. O. Stephenson's. Gladys Stoeber went to Arov strong Friday to spend a week wljth her brother Oliver. Elaine Nellis, Burt, is spending this week with her. cousin, Mary Jane Bigler. A, E. Wndsey, Bancroft, spent Band Concert Opens Season— The high school band will give Its first openalr concert this week Saturday evening at the park. Earl Josten, Estherville, who has taught the young people a year, will be leader. Mrs. J. E. Vaughn Sick- Mrs. J. E, Vaughn is critically sick with pneumonia at her home in the south end of town. Other Swea City. Mrs. Harry Bixby and her son Merrill went to Fort Dodge Saturday. The Bixbys had lived here till six weeks ago, when they moved to that town, which was their former home. Merrill remained till the close of the schools, In which he was a. sophomore. ; . Mrs. T. F. Johnson, Mrs. Buell Pearson, the latter's daughter Mar- Jorie and son'.Buell, and Bernice Pearson spent the week-end at Des Moines, visiting Frances Humphrey, who formerly taught here. Joseph and George Hardy, with Helen Garrich, all of Waterloo, were week-end' visitors at F. J. Thomson's, IN MEMORIAM In Honor and Memory of those who have •; before, those who by patriotic sacrifices preser this great Nation:— ' To them we dedicate Memorial Day, They would ask nothing more than that we i member them kindly and carry on. Laird & McCullough FUNERAL DIRECTORS WE FURMSH NATIONAL CASKETS CALL Lotto Creek Saturday and. Sunday ^th fcl» son Marcue. Mrs. Qeorge Boettcher ed her Sewing club Friday evening, William Huldoi* Ceylon, spepl Sunday with his son l vypb ( ert, ?. E. Welsbrod,, Emmetsburg, was here Saturday. Eleanor Pompe and Gladys Saunders, accompanied by Mrs. Braunie and daughter Laura, of Correctlon- vllle, epent Saturday and Sunday at Albert Kressln's. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler and daughter Phyllis visited Sunday at John Hubert's, near Corwlth. Mr. Gengler is a brother of iMrs. Hubert. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Furstenau and son Eugene, accompanied by Mrs. W. H. Meyer and Elsie Konlwee spent Friday in Fort Dodge. Ronald Schueller was sick Vast week and unable to attend school. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and Mr- and Mrs. Wm. Meyer, of Whittemore, made a snort visit at Hugo Faulstich's Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wichman and daughter Emma, of Spencer, visited Sunday at John Kohlwee'. Mrs. Wichman is a sister of Mr. Kohl-' wes. , Herbert and Alvln OPotratz drove to Port Dodge Sunday to visit Hilda Thursday and Friday, May 96- A 97 Regular matinee Thursday, 3;3Q. SPECIAiL FRIDAY 8:30, School matinee 4:15 p. m. BARBARA STANWYCK GEO. BRENT —in— EDNA FBRJBEJR'S «So Big" Epic o! American Womanhood George Brent — Sure and he's Irish, and that's one reason why they love him! He has taken Holly, wood by storm. •Bring the entire family miles and miles to see this combination of per* feet story, perfect acting, and'per- fect direction. Matinee Thursday, 2:30 p. ml. •Prices, I0-25c, Special MuMnee School Children, 4;U 9. m. Sunday, May 91. 1-3 o'clock matlnjes, : RICHARD ARLM JACK OAKIE * ROBERT OF at Oa>ftb,i e and Either Potrat?, employed there, Saturday, May 8& Big thrill and fun' show.' Double feature program! Two big shows for price jp? p Charlotte Greenwood , THOS, MEIQHAN In "Cheaters at —and — NORMAN FOSTER ' Ip *Sky Bride* Skimming the sky, . earth in another authentic that dares to be different I grot stars zooming, l»n Whooping In the air, kM««» ping, "Ioy4ng—on the r""" of fun. '' Matinee i p. m., «:d> 6 p; m., 10-40C, Tuegd»yi J Day, the edfaoiHTown P e °P le> *„,,, the finest picture we cou» i . « fi . In «StejMly Company" Laugh your troubles * HAVB US APDRBJ3S00RAPH yoiw . malUng list and «ave you the ex|?«»9 an^ drudgery »t ,to »w v * — «', J.J." W|,i?sj For G!

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