Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1932 · Page 2
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^K ,»*. coesirri An all-wool „ SUIT f * v For Men and Young Men ISWEA CIHAHS HONEYMOON TO YELLOWSTONE Swea City, June 28— Kate Kesler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kim Kesler, northwest of town, and Way- lanA Porter, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Porter, of Grant, were married Sunday morning at the Methodist parsonage by the Rev. B. L. Weaver. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Link were witnesses. The bride Is a graduate of Armstrong high school and the Mankato business college. Since her graduation she has held a position In the First National bank at Fari- mont. Mr. iPorter was graduated In 1929 by the Grant high school, and has since farmed with, his father In Grant township. After ten days In Yellowstone national park they will live on a farm in Grant township. Their friends gave them a shower last week Tuesday evening at bride's home. the Still a fair assortment in men's dark patterns to size 40 Young men's, both dark and light, sizes 35 to 39 They're all wool and correct 1931 styles. Last call this season Men's Straw Hats 75c to $1.50 M1SBACH Clothing Company Swea Cliyans Win Golf Tourney—. Mrs. R. A. Bravender won the woman's one-club tournament the North Kossuth golf course last week Tuesday with a score of 69, using a mld-mashie. Mrs. E. L, Hanson shot a 70 for second place Sixteen women entered, most of them from Elmore and Swea City, and scores ranged from 69 to 90. In the men's one-club tournament Supt, R. L. Rossman won first with a 47 and Roy .Bravender was second with 48. The winning men used ~" a irons, a mid-mashie. Truck Drivers Are Arrested— Sunday afternoon five truck drivers from the gravel gang on the John Schumaker farm were arrested for drunkenness and molesting other drivers on the road. Claude Chenney, wHo drove the truck load, was taken to Algona and bound to the grand jury. Jeff Hutchinson paid a fine, Frank Mashies is still Union Girl __ . Attending Convention Union Twp., June 28 — i,ote Schenck, Chicago, Home ahd Household editor of Prairie Farmer, writes Lhat she attended the recent republican convention on a gallery ticket supplied by Senator Dickinson. Clifford Gregory, edttor-ln-ehlef of Prairie Farmer, • assigned her to secure natlonally.-known women speakers for the W. Li. S. Momemakers Hour, and she found the assignment most Interesting, for she had the opportunity to enter the Stadium arena, where sat all the notables, and to talk with some, of the women. Several of them, including Mrs. Arthur Hyde, wife of the secretary of agriculture, and Mrs. Ruth Hanna-Mc- Cormlck-Slmms, declined Invitations for. radio talks, but Mrs. R. H. Vol•land, Iowa City, an: Iowa delegate, spoke, also another delegate, Dr. Martha Robert Romen, 'Porto Rica, first woman delegate from that territory. Lois wrote a detailed ac count of her experiences, and one paragraph follows: "Was It exclt- ifle? Just about as much as my first circus was. And therein lies a similarity. The only difference was that the elephant lay-down and went to sleep instead of dancing. The five rings were there, each with Its own kind of performers, a'nd so was the ballyhoo, the side shows, the hot- dog ahd cold drink stands, the little flags, the perspiring ires, even the monkeys. attendants. Politically, It wasn't such an exciting convention, I understand; but personally it was all new and exciting to me, because it Was my first convention. The politicians looked Intelligent and sincere to me, the platform seemed pretty secure, and the flowery speeches sounded fregh and un* used, (But to hardened con vent Ion- goers, It was a far different story," DCS Molnes teacher Mere— The August Slaglea drove to Des Moihes two Weeks ago Sunday to get Margaret Thompson, Des Molnes teacher, cousin of Mr. Slagle. Miss Thompson Is now visiting at Armstrong, her girlhood home, but she will return, and will then'go West for'the rest'of the summer. The Other Union. A. B. SchenckB and ' F. S. Thompsons • were at,,. -the ; ,Okobojls Sunday, and Mr. Thompson visited his brother Clifford, who lives there. Stuart Thompson spent last week with his sister, Mrs. Robert Leason Jr. S. J. Sherman, Nora Springs, came last Thursday to visit his daughter, Mrs. August Slagle. V I H V W W WWMIVM • 9 BURIAL FRIDAY Burt, June 28—Mrs. F. L. Ryerson was called to Osage last Thursday by news of the midden death of her moiher, Mrs. Le Roy McWhorter ( the night before. Funeral services were held there Friday^ and the body was taken to Sterling, III., for, burial. ^MM; Athi* ! . UNofl— MrS. % J. B. Mr, and .- . Martin > held, and Dell Simmons were Swanson and released after (Roy the hearing. Several bottles, mostly empty or nearly so, were taken Xro the men. FITL-VUE Mrs. A. Young: Dies In Algoiin— J. E. Young's mother died in Algona last Thursday night. Funeral services were held in Lake City in the 'Presbyterian church, of which she was a member, and burial was made beside her husband. The family, four daughters and three sons were present, besides a number of grandchildren. Peterson Takes Ford Agency— Swea City again has a Ford agency. Since the recent closing of the Swea City Motor company there had been no local agency here, but J. August 'Peterson is now authorized agent, and has a new V-S on the floor for demonstration. Mr. Peterson has also purchased the building. Final Bank Dividend is Paid- Friday and Saturday, G.S6 per cent the final dividend of the First National bank, was paid. Receiver E. A. Heiden, of Spirit Lake, was here to pay the dividend, and $23,367 was paid out, mostly in small sums. The bank closed in October, 1928, and has now paid 41.86 per cent. WHITTEMORE P, A, ALUMNI IN BANQUET Whittemore, June 28—Presentation alumni banqueted at the Ker- moore hotel in Emmetsburg a week ago Monday. A four-course dinner was served, Leonard Loebach acting as toastmaster, and Father Hyland, Cherokee, and Father Hyland and Father Veit, of Whittemore, gave short talks. After the banquet officers were elected for the coming year. Edward Farrell was named president, Marcella Fandel, vice president, Peter Nellis, secretary and Zita McDonnell, treasurer. Kloock Wins State Brand- Butter made at the Garner Co-operative creamery, of which Otto Kloock is manager, has been granted a permit by the state dairy and Caroline, of Emerson, Neb., is visiting her father, Henry 'Busherfeldt. John Foley, son of Mrs. James Foley, is visiting at home .the past week. He: has been teaching at Creighton university and will spend the summer in Denver.' ..'' The J. F. McCreerys, Fonda, visited Sunday at Dr. J. W- McCreery's, and were accompanied home by the daughter Frances, who had been here a week or so. Delores. Kloock, Garner, was here last week, and was taken home •Sunday evening by Lawrence and Leonard Meyer, Lillian Kuecker and Ruth Schultz. Mrs. McWhorter lived many years In Portland township. Her maiden name was EJthel Barrett, and she was born September 18, 1870, at La- conla, Kans. At; death she Was nearly 62. Her family later lived In Illinois, where she was married, and she-came here as a bride in 1892." Till a few years ago the McWhor- ters farmed in Portland township. Then they moved to Huxley, Story county, later to Osage. . ' Mrs. McWhorter's husband survives,, and besides the daughter here, there ,1s a son Ward McWhorter at Clear, Lake. Among Burt. people who attended the funeral were the F. L. and M. J. Ryersons, the Lewis and Ray Mc- Who'rters, the S. M. Petersons, the E. B. Dittmers, and itrs. ,E. H. Staley and her daughter Edna. Seven Attend 4-H Convention— Jva Trunkhill, Ada Schwletert, and Lois Graham, of the Portland 4-H club, went to Ames Sunday to attend a state 4-H convention. Myrtle Hanna, Dorothy Blerstedt, Margaret Laabs, and Beada Kollasch, of the Burt: club, are also there. Miss Trunkhlll and Miss Hanna are lead- parents 614 daug1hteVboifc»Lilrt<!*^ at Lewis Larson's. The OfleiieS tiftV* two ttthei* girl*, ," •'JA* Lester St6W oAme Saturday tdt A few days With Hte parents Mr. Artd Mrs. P. O. Stott. 'tte'U entpfoyed at Cedar Rapids ^ J' ' ' The Delbert Hunts, of, Swea City, and Mrs.' Hunt and a bf other, bf Bancroft, were Sunday vimtora at Roy Clark's. ' Mrs. Ole JacoWn, daughter Madge, and Clara Suss, Graettlnger, spent last week Tuesday at L, , D. Hodgson's. ' p Jimmy Hansen celebrated Ms fourth birthday Friday afternoon iby entertaining' a number of 'his friends itt'-a party. . ' ' '' • Mrs. Eliza Stow spent several days last week with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Phelps, near Tltonka, The postponed ' Auxiliary Cradle roll picnic will be held at Ambrose A. Call state park Friday. James Kerr, Minneapolis, spent several days last week With his. sis* ter, Mrs. C. C. Smith. . The Epworth League gave a street ice cream social last week Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Preathus are parents of a daughter, born Sunday. Mrs. J. H. Graham spent Friday at her son O. H. Graham's, Fenton. The Presbyterian Sunday school picnicked at 'Interlaken 'Friday. Gertrude Sage • went to Larabee Monday to visit an aunt. ' \m skillet ^'uei At| ;, JIM PpOL, Mgr, ALOONA PHONE sul ""i I Lone Rock \ Junior Team Defeats Bancroft— The junior league team defeated Bancroft 6-4 last week Tuesday. Burt has two games yet to play In the, county championship games—• one with Swea City and one with Buffalo Center. Burt has won three of the four games played so far. food department to use the "Iowa State Brand" as a trade mark. Mr. Kloock went to Garner from Whittemore, and is known as one of the best buttermakers in the state. A BEAUTIFUL. JFRAHIE quite different FROUI ALL OTHERS Loud-Speaker Is Installed— Mr. Manor and Harold Rath are installed a power speaker on the top of the iHiggins hall to be used as an advertising medium for shows and dances. "Red" Higgins is announc- •A week ago Tuesday the Sharkey-Schmeling fight was broadcast through the speaker. Aid finest Day Attracts 150— The annual Guest day of the Methodist Aid last week Wednesday was a success, with 150 women from Lakota, Armstrong, Grant, and local societies registered. A program was given in the church, after which a lunch was served in the church dining room. '"Gene Martini joined his parents last week for a vacation tour through Wisconsin, Michigan, Canada, and possibly to New York state. ^ • Kathleen Ryan and Theresa Fergus, who have been visiting at the Edward Burke home, returned to Chicago last week Monday. The Doc Lawson orchestra, Des Moines, drew a,^ good-sized crowd Friday evening for a dance at the Rose Garden ballroom. The Methodist Aid met with Mrs. Elmo Barber last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. J. E. .Walker and Mrs. F. B. Roupe assisted. Helen 'Farrell, of Forest City, and Merrill Rawson, of Eagle Grove, came last week Monday to attend the alumni banquet. Bernice Balgeman returned Sunday from Mallard, where she had visited her sister, Mrs. C. C. Johnson, two weeks. Oscar Schattschneider, of Easton, Minn., was a guest over Sunday with Five to E. L. Convention— .The Rev. J. E. Clifton, daughter Phyllis, tLucile Sewick, Marguerite Elliot, and Myron Chipman attended an Epworth League convention at Buffalo Center last week Tuesday. Plcnlck at Swimming- Pool— Fifteen Home Guards had a picnic at the Algona swimming pool last week Tuesday. ' Other Hurt News. The C. A. Lees, Eagle Grove, visited over the week-end at J. N. Holdin's, and a> family reunion was held Sunday at M. W. Holding's. Among others present were the W. C. Hathaways, Eagle Grove, the Vvan Longs, Swea City, the William Boettchers, 'Fenton, and the Clifford Holdings. Mrs. D. L. McDonald and two Two Societies Have Wiener Roust— The local Lutheran Y. P. S. met last Thursday evening with West Bend for a wiener roast, with 75 present. The young folks were taken south of West Bend to the river, and games were played the first part of the evening and later on a large fire was built. Locals Win at. Klttenball— The local Lutheran boys' and MN the new, modern Ful-vue frames, the temples or "earpieces" •re attached high up where you don't see them when you glance to the side. This patented Ful-vue construction always keeps your glasses up before your eyes where they belong —up where they look well, and do their work properly. Let us show you Ful-vue, the greatest Improvement in spectacle frame design in years. Our doctor of optics will give you a thorough examination if glasses are needed he will advise you. Our prices are strictly in accordance with present day values. Lenses anatcHed, frames repaired. F.W.WEHLER Jewelers and Optometrists. PHOJfE 340 Baptist. Cliurch Hit by Lightning— The 'Baptist church steeple was again struck In last week's storm, the third time in the last ten years. Shingles were torn off and the building was otherwise damaged. Other Swea City. The Rev. B. L. Weaver, the Misses Smith, Arnold, Sennenfelder, Picht, Thomson, Weaver, and -Misses Thomson, Warburton, Sidney, girls' kittenball teams -played at Fairville Sunday, and both won, the boys from Fairville, 15-7, the girls from Fenton, 12-0, and Emmetsburg, 14-8. Viola Zinnell, of AVest Bend, pitched for the local girls in the Fenton game. Hutchinson, and Charles Hutchinson attended an Epworth League convention last Tuesday evening. A program was given in the iLe- gion hall Monday night by a group of children from the home in Mason City.' Odd (Fellows This is the Kossuth county FILMS DEVELOPED FREE! JOuring June and July we will develop your films FREE Bring us your developing and printing. We will guarantee satis- regular monthly meeting. •Little Wayne Thomson, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Thomson, fell from the top of a farm building Sunday and received minor injuries. Mr .and Mrs. Claud Spoor, of Los Angeles, visited last week with Mrs. Spoor's sister, Mrs. Rhodes, and her brother, C. G. Dourte. The Edward Andersons, Loren Byers, Albin Petersons, and Andrew Garmans spent Sunday at Silverside Park. The R. Zultsmyers, of Aurora, visited at Frank Thomson's last week. Mrs. Zuitsmyre is a sister of Mrs. Thomson. A daughter, Eunice 'Elda, was born to the. Edward Dontje's near Gerled last week. Marie Jacobs was nurse. Herman Kluger was ill in bed several days with a severe attack of sciatica rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thomson entertained 40 relatives and friends from Plover Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. B. L. Deaver and Gale spent several days in Mason City last week. The Harry Edwards, of Algona, spent Sunday at the Chas. Edwards home here. .Itathleen Hedges, of Mason City, visited at the Frank Thomson home last week. Boy Born to Ralph Fandels— Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fandel are parents' of a 9 3-4 pound boy born last week Tuesday morning. This is the eighth child, all of whom are living except Mary Ila, who died a couple of years ago of severe burns. The youngster has been named Edward Stanley. Steps on Rusty Spike- John Mosbach Jr., son of the John Mosbachs, stepped on a spike which was forced deep Into his right foot last week. He was taken to the McCreery hospital, where the wound was dressed and tetanus anti-toxin administered. Mrs. Herman Meyer Home- Herman Meyer received a telegram Monday advising him that he could come after Mrs. Meyer, who was at at Rochester hospital. He made the trip Tuesday and was accompanied by Mrs. William Meyer, Mrs. Alfred Bruhn, and Alfred Meyer. William Walsh Weds Today— 'Relatives here have received word of the approaching marriage of William R. Walsh, formerly Whittemore, to Grace Duffy, Des Moines. It will take place this week Thursday. Hurt by Railroad Roll- Edward, son of the John Cullens, suffered a leg gash while he was working on the section. The leg his parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Schattschneider. Father Hyland,, Cherokee, was a Whittemore visitor last week visiting his brother, Father John Hyland. The "Gug" 'Farrells are parents of a boy, born one day the past week, the first child. Mrs. M. C. Weir visited last week with her daughter, Mrs. Isabelle Marshall at Whiting. A Mrs. Johannsen, Algona, came Monday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Laurenz Pertl. The Vess Hayes family, of Eagle Grove, spent Sunday at Tony Schmidt Jr's. Mrs. Peter Schumacker has been confined to her bed during the, last few days. !R. A. Bartlett pitched kittenball for a state highway team at Algona Sunday. • Mrs.-SL. E. Towne, Balaton, Minn., has been visiting her sister, W. T, Fish. Bancroft •Mrs. Henry Ruble and her three sons left Monday for California, aft- ter a few days at H. J. Guide's. The 'Rubles had lived at Gary, Ind., bu" are moving to the coast, Mrs. William Sajidt, Mi-s. Charles Nelson, Mrs. Frank Menke, and thi Dave Lynch family, Fairmont, at tended the Kennedy funeral hen Saturday morning. The W. J. Welps, Fort Dodge spent Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at the Mrs. J. H. Welp and M. A Saunders homes. •Banns of matrimony were pub lished for the first and last tim Sunday at St. John's Catholic church for Lenora Hutchinson and Fran Meyers. The wedding will take plac here tomorrow, June 29. Mrs. E.mma Robinson died at he home northeast/of Bancroft Sunda; morning. children left last week Tuesday with Mr.-and Mrs. Gunder Overgaard, who had spent a few days here, for Wilmar, Minn. She will spend several weeks with the Overgaards at a Minnesota lake. Mrs. Overgaard and Mrs. McDonald are sisters. Mr. and Mrs.' Harvey Nichtern, Graettinger, visited Sunday at W. R. Carney's, and took home their aughters Helen and Ruth, who had pent a week with their grandpar- nts. The Kobert Carneys, Algona, vere also Sunday guests of the Ider Carneys. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Slaughter went o Rodman Sunday, and Mr. Slaugher brought home the daughter. Wilma, who had spent a week with her randmother, Mrs. Slaughter remaining to help care for her mother, who Is sick. The K. J. Smiths visited at R. C. Smith's, Jefferson, Sunday, and the son Jimmy, who had spent last week at the James Goodwin's, Des Moines, met' them there and came home with them. The F. O. Stows and the J. G. Sewicks were Sunday dinner guests at J. T. Graham's, Algona, and Lucile Sewick, who had spent most of last week there, came home with them. Mrs. L. E. Towne, Balaton, Minn., spent several days last week-end at W. B. Pratt's, Mrs. Towne's first husband was a Pratt son and for some years practiced dentistry here. Mr. and Mrs. Bert, DeLapp, son Harold, and the Floyd -De .Lapps,'of Harry Hobson and Harry Rahn were ill with the flu last week. Charlene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rath, spent the week-end at Mrs. John 'Rath's. The Frank Yates family, formerly farmers Jiere, now of Clinton, -111., spent the week here with relatives. Catherine and La Vonne, nieces of Eva Helnke, of Renwick, spent the week-end at the Otis'Sanders home. William Cooper, of Nebraska, who lived here 37 years ago, came last week Tuesday for a visit with old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger went to Ames last week Monday to attend an elevator managers' meeting- . ..".'•,' The annual elevator meeting was held Saturday. P. M. Christenson, Joe Lynchj and Albert Hutchinson went to Chicago Saturday with four carloads of cattle. . ' " | Lilliam Angus came home Sunday from Harris, where she has been teaching Bible school. The Gus 'Fishers, of Des Moines, visited relatives" here over the week-end. The two weeks session of Bible school closed Friday with a picnic celebration. A children's day program was given Sunday. • The Harvey Raths and Mrs. John a mage A very good-natured noisy wedding took pi acc „. our house this morning, , The bride wore a polka dot klmona. with anklet. to match. The groom was In shirt sleeVes and a na ir of lastvyear's pants, with fishing Ho<5n« e attached. A tramp at the baqk door sized us up and sane ,that*ood old song, "What shall the harvest be" A kid in the alley yelled "nubbins," of course. The ceremony consisted of simply renewing the promises we made forty years ago, .after which breakfast was served in the Neville kitchen, which was carefully scrubbed and decorated, for the occasion. The color scheme was carried out by hanging beautiful bunches of alfalfa at,convenient places about the room. The afternoon was spent visiting Hutchins. the at The old newlyweds will be at home to their friends and enemies this evening and every evening from now on. Forty years ago today I promised to love, honor, and obey a Miss Tanner at Watertown, S. Dak. She is still with me and working fine in double harness. I have never had to go to a restaurant for" breakfast in •; all that ^tlmej ». I do not know all about this marrying business, as I have only tried it this once, but will say to any young man, you had better^learn to swim before you dive into the sea of matrimony. : v It takes earning, power and plenty to cat to make a happy home. Girls can live on love and the light of the moon before they,, are'married, but after the honeymoon (I mean the first, quarrel) it takes something more substantial than Just N promises. I know 1\ keeps me on the jump selling shoes, and we have had forty years of experience learning how to live economically. Rath were Sunday guests at v Chris Shaser's. The Emil Krafts and Kathryn Stebritz attended a picnic at' East Chain Sunday. Jimmie "The Shoe Man'* Algona, la. BETWEEN RUSH HOU HE TALKS ABOUT 01 Waterloo, were week-end visitors at) John Murray's, and attended a Pits- worth reunion at A'eona Sunday. The L, H, Schencks and the E.- E. Kearns family visited at A. N. Jensen's, and Tom McGurgan'g, ILake Park, Sunday. The J. P. Stows visited Mrs. Laura Paine, Algona. Mrs. H. W. Manus and son George, and Mrs. Lillian Sigler and little son, left last Thursday to visit relatives at 'Freepprt, 111. Mrs,'Sigler will also visit at Gary, Ind. Mrs. R, H. Thompson returned 'Saturday from several weeks with her mother at Waverly, Her sister, Phoebe Chlttenden, brought her here faction and the printing. only charge you for A TASTY ENLARGEMENT 8x10, mounted on a nice easel folder will be furnished for only 39c, with every $2.00 worth of work. LUSBV'S DRUG STORE »»«•••*»•••»•»•••«»»«««» /n/DELIVER YOWt FIGHT ON ARMY WORM IN NORTH KOSSUTH DESCRIBED • Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nickerson, west of Algona, received a letter a week ago from their daughter, Mrs. Luhrl 'Fessler, west of Ringsted, describing a fight against the army worm. This worm, which gets its name •from the fact that it marches slowly like an army, had destroyed a field of rye and Invaded a corn field on a farm a mile north of the Fessler farm. The farmers turned out en masse to stop It. The worm was then found at work on the Fessler farm, and another battle «nsue<j. The worm Is, fought by plowing a deep furrow or digging a trench ahead of it. Post holes are sunk and a log is pulled UP and down the was caught between the motor car and the end of a rail. Children to Swimming Pool— •Mrs. C. W. Hansen and Mrs. (H. B. Woodward took their children, the Cairy children, and Maxlne Smith to the swimming pool at Algona Saturday. Foul Ball Hits Veterinary— .Doctor Woodwai'd was hit on the shoulder by a foul ball Sunday while he was playing kittenball against Fenton. — , I J. (JwliUtJ v^lJ*VI-VJtVtGtl| M»WUt3**l 4 The E. H. Brinks, Waterloo, at-1 and remained for a few days, tended the funeral of L. F. Kennedy Saturday and visited at J. H. Welp Sr.'s and Bernard Brink's. Mr. Brink and his brother Ray returned to Waterloo Sunday, Mrs. Brink and the children Fourth, remaining till the Leg Fractured hi Full— Andrew Berkland fell and frac- or trench. The -worms are thus kjlleg and the, d.etyl£, swept into the poet boles. tured a bone In one of his legs while he was putting up hay one day last week. O'Brien Daughter to Hospital- Mary Elma O'Brien, daughter of Mrs. Catherine O'Brien, was rushed to Iowa City last week Wednesday evening for treatment. Other WWtteroore News, Mrs. Clifford Cosgroye, 'Austin, Minn., faer daughter Alice, and Mrs. Luella Wulff. of Clarence, came last week Tuesday to visit at Dr. J.. W. McCreery's- Mr. Cosgrove came after them Saturday, and they all went boms Sunday. Sister Wary Tfaomasine, of bu'o.ue, $s visjtlijs her PV«Pt and Mrs. W. T- £«ver. Bister D.U.- C, J, Allman and Arnold DeMoth, Sioux City, special representative of the Columbia Catholic Life Insurance company, are here, helping the local agent, M. J. Wolfe, solicit new 'business. Mrs. L. J. Mousel and Mrs. Jos. Fox returned Monday from Gra.ce- ville, Minn., where they had taken their mother, Mrs. Geo. Duddlng, to visit a, niece and a nephew for several weeks. The N. J. Merrills were Sunday dinner guests at Elmer Merrill's, • of Blue Earth. Doris Button Is here from Washington, D. c., for a vacation with her parents, Postmaster-Editor and Mrs. R. E. Huttpn. She left Washr ington by airplane, tyit because of motor trouble it was forced down in Ohio, where passengers were delayed three hours while another plane came from Chicago. The 109. tor trouble developed while they were over Lake Brie, but the plane was brought down safely In a pasture not far from Akron. Miss Hutton is the only child of the Huttons. A ball game here between metsburg and Bancroft was caljefl off Sunday because of ratp. ' "* Doris Pearson anfl. Ma&te were delegates from here to' ther Leaf ue' wjjveijtjloa at tee June 23-28, : The Presbyterian Mite society meets this week Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. J. W, Dorrance's. Mrs. C. J. Whitney arid Mrs. W, J. Dayi- son are assisting hostesses. The Pete 'Payours, Jewell, were week-end visitors at Dr. J. G; Clapsaddle's, and'Mr. Pay pur had Doctor Clapsaddle remove his tonsils Saturday evening. ( ' , Lottie Hawcott accompanied Harold Steward and Mr. and Mrs. Paul McAuley,' Bancroft, to Northwpod and Myrtle, Minn., Sunday, to vldlt relatives. The U and I CJrcle gave a party last Thursday evening at Mrs. W. B. Brace's honoring Mrs. Seldon Straley, recently married', now at Fenfpn. « The William 'Lai-sons, Elrltt, called Sunday at Wilfred Chafee's and Clifford Holding's, and Junior Larson remained for a week at Chafee's. • - ' Mattle Warner and Eva Whitney got home last weelf Wednesday from Shelby, Mich., where they had spent several weeks with friends. Dr. and Mrs. W/T, Peters return? ed test week We4needay from Moines, where Doctor Peters ed a" bankers' convention. 'Ronald, son of Mr. aijy| Mrs. B. H,. ^t mn r«, fan Into a'tree whjle k ° "Cart are like taladt," Alfred Fetty lelUR. J, Ca»ey,famout • Chicago Neti>» reporter, in kit \camput re$taurant at Modi- ^_ •on, Wucontin, "You've got to lubricate them." He give, Co*ey a recipe not found in the cook book. Ouuide, a Ckrytlertedan uaitt to take him home. ' ' • ^ An Interview by ROBERT J. CASEY Chicago Daily Newt Reporter , •efting out of it* " ' ttalU U weans no for quite • lot of '"' W IV« driven this car; 'HATEVER the cook best lubricant for a •killet, hon^e be drive* * Takeihewordt WCiSfyrti =SS2*!!!!**B«':.<W compiler of the flapjacks. Mr, Felly runs a ; icrt MiU not »-" ifrtol was riding a bicycle Sunday and bjroke big right arm. i Mrs. Claude. H&wk, who h,ad spent several weeifs left last weejf Tuesday fqr b,ejr home Madiwn, Wi«conun, opens bi» place early in the morning •nd w the hut one to leave II »t night. Between there an* *.- ' -• • A.H » *& <• "f

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