Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1932 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 7, 1932
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; ^>^\^' ! '''''f?^ ' * t{ ''',''".(''^ SB M I ^*iteSSfi^--,-r-a--iA m^^¥^^ M f Sr«*W*S* . u.M*5 J&ih£iukyi!r , DEVfLOPED FJEEI FREE „» your developing and ,„, We will guarantee s ' ''and only charge you intldfr to L mounted on a nice eaael will be furntehed for J9c, with every! 1*2.60 , of work. ' t - ====•• S, ERNES 1SSEISEN, FENTON, E COtWf¥ ADVANCE. ALOONA, IOWA Pi F ES DRUG STORE i market price,paid for , wool. IE GREENBERG Fenton, July 5—The death of . Brnest Rofluelsen was a shock to her hiany friends although she has been critically 111 tor the last nine weeks jvlfrh heart, disease. She was taken to Rochester, Minn., a week ago Friday, and it was hoped she might be able to receive some help. Her heart proved too weak to stand the move. an'd she died at 10 o'clock Sunday evening at,the St. Mary's hospital In Rochester. Mrs. Rosselsen's health began falling 12 years ago. Antonio Kadlng Rosseisen was born September 14, 1881, In Waldo, Sheboygan county, WIs. iShe was baptized In the parish church of Sheboygan county. In 1886 the Kading family-moved to Kossuth and took up residence In t,otts' Creek township. She was.confirmed In the Lutheran faith by the Rev. Mr. Fuerstenau, then pastor of the Immanuel church. November 23, 1006, she was married to Ernest Rosseisen. The cou- le celebrated their silver wedding nnlversary -last November. Tn 1923 he Rosseisetis moved to Penton be- -ause of the falling of Mrs. Rosse- sen's health. Both have been active members of the local St John's Lu- heran church ever since. She Is urvlved by her husband, one sister, lire. Emma Rambath, and three Bothers, William, Alex, and Fred fading. Funeral services Wre conducted from the local St. John's Lutheran church last week Wednesday afternoon, the Rev. R. W. Kabelltz officiating. Burial was made In the cemetery north of town. Atiendlnir SnlenmniiRlilp School— Wilfred Stocber left last week Tuesday for Minneapolis, where he attended a salesman's school sponsored by the Northrup King Seed Co., for whom he Intends to travel again this year. He .has worked for this company for the past three years in Nebraska and South Dakota. He was accompanied to Minneapolis by Paul Elgler and Elsie W. J. Payne. Editor. Charlcn Klantp, Field Reporter. PHONE 118 ye Dandruff! --— We had a visit with H. L. Walsh, four miles north of Lone Rock recently. M e W as busy building a self feeder for his pigs, and said he also put up windmills for the farmers, Business had been good and he likes the work. At John Seefeld's, six miles north of Wesley, the men were busy cultivating. They cultivate a lot of corn in one day. The day we called they had cultivated 57 acres. They use one tractor on a two-row, and four teams on single row cultivators used alternately. They tie two teams at the en'ds of the rows to rest, and change teams every two hours. <> On a trip east recently we saw corn crops In the best condition we ever recall at this time of year Knee high corn during the last days of June was .the rule rathei than the exception. Some of oui best business now is coming from the drought areas of last year. Th( folks have green pasture now in stead of feed buying and are feeling in a more cheerful mood. The C. E. Dearchs, south of Burt have added a new 10x12 kitchen t their home to take care of th growing up family. The addltlo ho formerly lived in Illinois, now ave one of the best farms south of Jurt. Velma, is the only daughter. V son Melvln 'is married and farm- ng for himself In the Plum .Creek lelghborhood next south of Walter Clamp's farm. Cliff Holding, southwest of Burt, nentloned that he cultivates 35 to ,0 acres of corn a. day with his four-row tractor-cultivator outfit, and said this requires about hamplon. The entire party caught 8 bullheads, of which Velma ac- ounted for 20. Included in the par- y were friends from Illinois, who ere doubtless well owa's lake fishing. pleased with The Rtekens, FRED WA IS BUR WHIT 5NER ED AT EMORE Whittemore, July 5—Funeral services for Fred Wagner' were held last Week Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at St. Paul's Lutheran churclv the Rev. William Faulstlch officiating. Whlttemore was shocked last week Monday morning when Mr, Wagner, resident of this community for 35 years, dropped dead. It was known that Mr. Wagner was not In the best of health. Mr. Wagner was 62 years old. He was born at Wittenberg, Germany, December 16, 1870. and when only a boy came to America with his parents. They lived on a farm near Garner, and later at Klemme till his marriage to Matilda Kuecker, at Whlttemore November 9, 1897, when the couple settled In this commun- 12 gallons of. furnace oil a day, and ity. about two gallons of lubricating oil Eleven children were born, all of a whom survive: Mrs. Joe Esser, of a week. The furnace oil ;allon, and the lubricating oil 47c a Whlttemore; Mrs. Fred Schallin, of gallon, accordingly this would he an Algona; Arnold, Alfred, Edward, expense for fuel and lubrication of Esther, Martin, Alfred, Harold, Edward, Matilda, Kohlwes, who drove his that evening. car back Fenton Girls' Club Meets— The iFenton (Forwards 4-H club rlCIAL OFFER met at Lorena and Ella Dreyer's. Eighteen members were present. Each responded to roll call by giving a "Floor Covering or a Most Beautiful Piece of Nature." Virginia ^JjJ Frank gave a talk on "Pillows. 1 Lorena . Dreyer demonstrated om "Pulling Threads." Leoim Borchardt and Alice Dreyer gave reports on their trip to Ames. \ Quilting: Party Is Held— Mrs. Mary Kohlstedt entertained 'a group of women at a quilting party last week Thursday afternoon. Those present were Mesdames Mike Weisbrod, W. C. Stamer, Emma Curry, will be more convenient, a0t is o the south side of the house, wit new cellanvay going down from th east side.« There are seven childre In the Dearchs family and they ai growing up to bjs well behaved wel trained farmers sons and daughter We called at the Ben Studer farm two miles southeast of Wesley, last Thursday. Ben says he is still able to stay right with his boys at all kinds of work, as they have three boys of their own to do field work. He is farming 920 acres this year, and .said his crops looked better this year than ever. He remarked that if hogs would keep on ' the raise he would be all right, as he has more than 350 pigs. We complimented Clarence Bierstedt on his corn which was nearly hip high June 28, and he grinned superiorly at' the hired .man,' and about $6.40 a week. If a half day. Imogene and Dorothy, all at home. was taken off for care of tractor, Mr. Wagner is al.so survived by a and 35 acres a day cultivated for the sister, Mrs. Charles Ax, of Klemme, other five and a half days, the cost a step-brother, Chas. Zwald, of New- per acre for 1 the Items of fuel and port, Minn., an'd five grandchildren, lubrication would be about three and Mr. Wagner had been an employe a third cents an acre if our figures °f the C. M. & St. P. & P. railroad are not at fault. This makes the for 41 years. proposition appear Worth careful in- Pallbearers were Dledrlch Cordes, vestlgatlon. If costs really are so August Mlelke, Chris Meyer, Henry low we are sure many farmers are Meyer, Albert Behnke, and .August unaware of the tact,--for there are a Schattschnelder. few who are holding their tractors Relatives from out-of-town -who idle in the shed while they use attended the funeral were: Mr. and horses. 1 Mrs. Chas. Ax, Klemme. Mrs. Ax Is A week or so ago we passed the a sister of Mr. Wagner; Mrs. Wm. J. E. Willey home on south Minne- Ax, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ax, all of sota street and.there was quite a Klemme; Mrs. Richard Zwald fam- nelghborhood commotion among on- Hy, of Garner; Richard Zwald, Mi- lookers there, for a colony of bees and'Mrs. Mervin Zwald and baby had swarmed on one of Mr. Willy's of. Woden; the Fred Kueckers, of trees. As the writer never has been Fenton; the Edward Kueckers, o accepted as a friend by the honey Lotts Creek; the Will Kueckers, o bee tribe, we stayed a't a respectful West Bend; Mrs. Harold Kuecker distance, and observed ope'ratlons. and two children, of West Ben'd Apparently 'the veteran farmer and the Fred Schallins, the Frank Schal nature lover, Frank; Geigel, who Hns and the Henry Lavrenzes, all o lives a few blocks away ton Worster Algona; Esther Wagner, Chicago, street, had been called in when the Mr, and.Mrs. Fred Schallin, of Al bees swarmed Into one of the trees gona, were on a vacation at Ne'\ In front of the Willey home, and ne Salem, N. D., at the time of Mr had come with Ws netted hat, and Wagner's death.. They arrived a his smoke bello-ws we suppose, and |-New Salem at 4 o'clock Monday af Stauffer and Mrs. Braatz are sla- ters. Mrs. J. V. Elbert, son Walter, and Ralph Keehe drove td .Peoria, 111., 'Saturday morning for the Fourth to visit Wlth\ relatives and friends. They returned home Tuesday even- Ing. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Hansen, Ilol- steln,' visited over^the Fourth' at their son Carl's. "Gordon Hansen, HolsUin, has been visiting a week or so at his brother Carl's. Luclan Meurer, accompanied by Mrs. Arthur Heldenwlth, drove to Emmetsburg last Wednesday morn- Ing to visit Joseph 'Meurer at the Emmetsburg hospital. Win: Rusch was In Bancroft last week attending a meeting of the associated Master Barbers. Mr. Rusch 19 treasurer of the county organization. Herbert Potratz and Mr. and Mrs. Dledrlck Cordes drove to Blue Earth, Minn., a week ago Sunday and visited at the Frank Bell home. Mary Elizabeth Elbert, student nurse at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Is spending her Vacation with her mother, Mrs. Cecelia Elbert. The Sisters of Presentation academy left last week for Mt. Loretta Dubuque, most of them plan to attend summer school. Mrs. Margaret Pasche and tw'o children, of St. James, Minn., visited last week with Mrs. Pasche's mother, Mrs. Lena Elbert. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Oliver recelv ed word last week of a new grand aughter at Harvey Oliver's in Wa eca, Minn. Ab Kenne, of DCS Moines, former- y of Whittemore, came down to visit over the Fourth with local rlends. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Felder re- .urned from Rochester last week. Mrs. Felder went through the clinic. L. W. Swanson is at St. Louis tlils week attending the Hohenschuh- Carpenter college of embalming. The Methodist Y. P. S. had a picnic supper at the Call state park in Sunday at J. O. Isenberger's, ami Mr. ifteniberger' preached at the Methodist church Sunday morning. The William larsong. Brttt, called at the C. L.. Holding and' W. tt, lhafee homes Sunday. They took lome with them their' son Junior, ivho had spent a week at the Chafee lome. The R. C. Smiths, Jefferson, spent he week-end at K. J. and C. C. Smith'si They took home with therw .heir daughter Nancy, who had spent a week here. Several neighborhood picnics were leld in this Vicinity on the Fourth. The !F. A. Rlngsdorf and Wi H. USBY'S DRUG STORE In Mi «Mftlie4 qvtokly on Fur> Ait*H«bMM »»4 Lire Stock aMItfciul information c*H, ,write, or phone WHAM & LACY Filllam Mler, Henry Miller, Robert Voettler Elmer Ursula and E. Weisbrod, .WeisbreB, lA. Weis- inTormed us we were looking at the last planted and poorest of his corn. Clarence now operates the former Charles Ii.ohse farm north of 'Fenton. He Is 'a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bierstedt, and it seems only a •short while ago that we wrote a 'mention, of his getting married, and •with "the young wife started farming 'St Che south edge of Fenton. That was three years ago. Clarence has 75 acres of corn this year. Velma Rieken, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Rieken, south of Burt, went fishing with a party of friends at Lost Island lake, near "Emmetsburg, and proved to be brod. A' two-course luncheon 'served. " ..-,.,..-. ,/<*• klamp home* »er» scenes 6f. gattK,' cringe of largt* troupe. , .,",'* The t>. H. Schenoks gpeht \th* . week-end and over the Fourth, »t * ;, Spirit Lake. The Aid will toeet thfci w*ek Wednesday, July 6, at the church} Mrs. M. 3, Ryereon and Mfa, D, T> Hobson, hostesses. > WHAT A BtT?! 50,060 INNER tubes selling at 49c to 99c—tax free—all sizes In reds and browns, that, regularly cost up to $2.85. — dAhttote Stores. 27-48 W AST-ADS BKtlftit REStTlTS Help American Labor! BUY RED TOP TWINE Not made by convicts. ^ SAVE MONEY MORE TWINE AT LESS COST • 600 ft. per pound SAVE GRIEF Every ball guaranteed to give satisfaction — smooth, even, and 15 pounds stronger. The recollection of quality remains long after the low price is forgotten. FARMERS'ELEVATOR CO. HOBARTON, IOWA Phone 36P1 R. L. REID, Mgr. Algona last week Tuesday. Mrs. Emelia Kortum left for Chicago last Thursday evening to visit her son Elmer and other relatives. Evelyn p'Conner, Fort Dodge, is visiting at James Geelan's. Miss O'Conner is a niece of Mrs. Geelan. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Glasgow, Fargo Falls, Minn., visited relatives last week In Whlttemore. Burt had brought a "hive which "he was ternoon, and learned of Mr. Wag- shepherding the bees into. Mr. Wil- ner's death, starting home at 6:30 ley with his usual impatience was the next morning. Mrs. Schallin was boldly climbing a ladder, .probably formerly ESsie Wagner. . Esther with a view of shaking more of the Wagner, who Is a student nurse at bees out of the tree for Mr. Geigel the Michael Rees hospital, Chicago, to' shepherfl. The: neighbors were was called'home. She will return to watching from the sidelines, and'all Chicago fhe latter part of July. together it "was a quite a show for us ~~ town folks. We have just learned Two Win Exam Honors— from one oT our spies that Mr." Gel- gel considered the bees a quiet and well-manTie'd medium sized colony. He said ttrey had swarmed on-a finger. Mr. 'Geigel now -has added the swarm to 'his collection at 'home which 'Includes two other hives of bees. ' • ''.:'"- : .'.••.'. BermSae Wlnkel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. J. ,Winkel, of Lotts Creefc, was the recipient of the honor tetter "I" for having an average grade''of 90 and above in her county examinations. Alice Dau, student at St. "Paul's Lutheran school, als» received a letter for an average ONEM8 'ALGONA lent Finance Co,;Det Molnei I L K |0c per Quart | received a letter from Dr. J. C. "Ben, of Batavla, IH. r saying he i receiving 40c A quart for goat [ have sold thte -ifloctor several "i goate. He, as-well as all other OT, know the va,lue of goat milk i food for infants and all who re* E. T;. Mothers Serve Slipper— Mothers of the Epworth League members sponsored a supper In the church dining room Saturday evep- ing. The proceeds will be used "to defray the expenses of the Bpworth- lans who will attend the .Epworth League Institute at -Lake Okoboji. Mew Garage ]g Opened— H, H. Wlddel, who has been connected with the Huskamp Motor company, purchased tne building occupied by Flaig & Sprank, implement dealers, of P. H. Jensen, arid opened a service station and repair shop Friday. Win at Achievement Bay— Eighteen members of the Inde- i a perfect, ea«t»y food. fany can testify *o 'its value even In this community > where, > Ignorance and prejudice the goat la looked upon a* a cre- ' of aniuseraent «<pijy, > you tystter get yo»|p milch! goat '^and let it convmf mto 40c (milk ' of, (hat good feed • going to aH over this Jan^, , i , have several fresh goata now for - Invest where >pu ««t a 'big •In return the OttoMelson RHEUMATIC MR 48 Hi pendence Farm -Bureau woman's club attended Achievement day at Emmetsburg last week Wednesday. They received second place on tm 'original demonstration play they presented. ' '. Child I* Hurt In Fall— •Little Eleanore Ann Denlter, of Lester, fell from a bicycle last week and injured herself Internally, She is the granddaughter o£ the W. J; Welsbrods. The Denkers were here for the week-nd. for Donald Welsbrods— A girl was born to the Dona'lU Weisbrods at a hospital at Alsona last week Wednesday. She -was named Anna Rae. Other Fenton The Rev. Mr, Snyder and his family went to Lake. City last week Tuesday to spend a few days wltn Mrs. Snyder's mother and father. They returned Friday, accompanied toy their son Warren, who had been spending his summer vacation there since the close of school. •.._,__ • The Peter Hayengas, the Harry Haases; Mrs/Carrie Voight and Children, and the Art Volghts spent Sunday and Monday at Fairfax, Minn. They met Mrs. enga and the Ed Mindermans there Sunday ,for a family picnic. " The F P. Newels left Sunday to visit over the Fourth of July with Mr** NpweVs sister, Mrs, Wimam Ford, at Faribault, Minn., and at the hope of her, mother, Mrs. Mary Harmon, at Waldorf, Minn. /Mrs, John Light, Mrs. and Verona WeSsbrod vis- Miller at FahTOont last Miss week Monday evening. . .The Methodist. W. F.-. M. S. meets this week Thursday afternoon at the church; hostesses, Mrs. Earl Dean, Mrs. T. N. MIcFall. '• The Marcus 'Lindseys went to Ledyard last Friday, where Marcus assisted Jesse O'Keefe In the barber shop a couple of days. Mrs. Charles Giles, of Dea Moines, came Saturday for a visit at '.the home of her grandmother, Mrs- Henry Warner Sr. •Mrs. W. W. Boettcher entertained her sewing club Friday evening. Mrs. James Holding, Burt, was *. guest of the club. The A; H. Krauses»and A. A. Ka- dlngs left Saturday for Anctior Inn, Big Sand .lake, northern Minnesota, for the Fourth. The J. A. Schwart»es and C. F, C. Laage and daughter Edltw left Sunday for Brookton,. Minn,, to visit the A, C. Laa'gea. Mrs. Hattie Wel*>rod and sons Lester and Shelby left Saturday for a few'days with relatives 3» Wto-. consin. Mrs. WilHah Ferguson, Algona, and son Louis visited at «i« W. J. Wetebrod home last -week Wednesday, The L, M. Huldorfs and fhe X J, Furtneys, Ceylon, vknted the H. X. 1 , Kyles last week Wednesday- LONE ROCK GOUPIE WEB JUNE 29 AT B»NCROFT CHIfflCII tone "Rock, July S — Lenora, •daughter of Mr. and - Mrs. Albert Hutchinson. and Frank Meyer were uriniriiidd last week .Wednesday morning! at 8 o'clock by O» Bear. Father J. D. Flsch.'at the Catholic church at Bancroft. They were attended by the bride's < 'stater and brother, Marie and EnwflL' The bride wore a white silk embroidered •orentSSie dress with veil, ';and the bridesmaid wore bluel' with » white hat and gloves. Following the "wedding the newlyweda left for a. ttwo weeks'trip in the Black HlFta. On their return they will be at 'home ion' their farm near Lone Rock, Title Bat*ball Game Plaj«*— Burt and Tltonka 'Legion teame playe'd''baseball on the Lone Stodk diamond last,'week We/dneoday, Tl- tonka winning i-2. Thursday Ban- (urott iwion the chamntauiMip «f *he •county from Tltonka. Littletons Move to N«*rm«k»— The Bill Littleton 'family Frfday to Carroll, NebL, where Chey llrmake their home. "Mr. Littleton manager of the lumber yard at Carroll. From the: local was ) promoted to Lawson, ami from Lawson to Carroll, Neb. Burt was eliminated from the teams trying for the county championship among the Junior 'League teams in a game played with Titonka Wednesday ' afternoon at Lone Rock, losing 5-2. Burt played Humboldt on the hoiwe 'grounds. last Thursday afternoon, losing 11-3. Mike Bauman purchased the building occupied foy the Trainer meat market last week Monday from Henry Stehle, Algona. Mr. Batmran. has worked in the meat market for the past coufrte of years MTO. X,. H. Schenck, Mrs. Fred RlngsdOTE, "M^. ' Ray "McWhorter and 3ffrs. H. A. Smith attended Legion Auxiliary meeihig in Garner last week 'Tuesday. 'Glen; Strayfer,- Burt. baker, ha rentefl'the 'W. H.' Smith house; and move liis family 'here from "Dea Lutherans Win at The 'Lutheran boys' fcltteribrill team -met the Lotta Creek Lutheran boys on the local diamond and defeated the Lotts Creek team 15-12. 'Batteries for Whlttemore, Bart'WtJt, Selby , Tlussell 'Peceiver of, th •rtoseS Ttrst JJatlonal 'bank here\ and Vaudt- Lotts Geiztnauer and Wteht«i|Aato1. Cre^k LOTTS CREEKERS PLAN FEST FOB SUNDAY, JULY 10 Lotts Creek, July 5— A choir of young girls has been organized with Teacher Schmiel as leader, and Is •practicing for the Mission Festival to 'be held next Sunday, The choir consists pf Hertha Runke, LueH% lieisner, Lorena Meyer, Imella Meyer. 'Loretta Meyer, Marie Pertl, '•Esther Schmiel, Hanna Flene, Ada Fiene, Edna Potratz, Mildred Laabs, Laabs, Esther WetzeJ, Mabel " "" il ~ 'lajured Eye li iThe wadding from * blank 'Cartridge was removed from the forehead of Edward, 6, «on of the Peter ttchumackers at Mercy 'koapttail, Mason City, last: week , Tuesday, child was Injured w' a blank shelled gun, Farmer Wtai Joseph Knecht rectflved a >«old 'Other Lone Bock. The Alfred Kruegers and Mr* M. 'Gladstone and daughter Margaret' went 'to Salem, S. D., Sunday *o visit TOrs. Gladstone's parewte, T^r.j amd Mrs. Albert Gopn. Tfcqy i*- ] turned Tuesday. ', The 'August Lampes left,, Vriday far •& week with Mr.' LaropeV parents, Mr. and Mrs, Fred Lanrne, «t Cariyte, ."HI- On their way feome they Will stop at Jolie-t, ,111, to Other relatives, , Repairs have been made on ' the t< the business places of star the past week for bringing 'the •best cream for £b» .last three months. Other Whittemore News. rPaul Hahn, MoJln*, TO., »on ol'the (Otto Hahns, came hoMe Satrnilvy ito 'has been made, receiver of-the national 'bank ;at 'Thompson which 'closed Ilast 'week. TOe is ; also receiver ' rrff 'the 'Tltonka and Bode banks. liester 'Stow, 'WTib spent .several days'h*re with "his parents, the F. O. 'Stows, 'left 'Wednesday for Wadena to visit his "brother, O. G. Stow. His ncwusin, "LucBe Sewick, accom- •periicH "Him. li, "K. THttmer 'has been ill in bed several weeks. '.Esther *Toe«ben left> Monday •even'hrg for 'CHJcago after .spending wo m-eeks With her mother, Mr*. Anna 'Toetiben. , Jsla Wallace, Mason City, spent several'days last week with her sls- :er, "mrs. 'G. T.TBawcOtt. "Mrs. B. TV.'Brooke and her daugh- ;ers "Marcella ari^ Phyllis got home FVKtey from Ontario, Calif., where 31 w. iBrooke visit over the Fourth with lite parents. Paul works in an electric riJant. The Bernard Kahn*. «f Waterloo, visited ovef the Fourth at the Otto Hahn home. Paul and Bernard are eons of the Otto Halin*, 'The 'Bill Wegeners, of CBnton. •Visited bver the Fourth at the Jiome ««air»,-»Wfgen«r's parenU, u«t 'Schattachneiders. They to 'Clinton Tuesday, The Wegeners lopmeriy Jived 'here. Mr, worked a| the WbiUen|ore Melvln of Pubuaue, grfattsssxas: ^.•ssrsAS^ night to spend tto r qjarents, the L, J. f> Leufltke, Mildred Leininger, Verona Leudtke, -Leudtke, Ruth Marie Seitaenliauer, RXith Schmiel, The Mission 'F est 'val will be held in the Lutheran church 'Sunday, German services in the forenoon <W«»1 be conducted by the Rev. Paul Miller, of Minnesota, and ^nglish services hi the afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Mey«r, of Sanborn. The neigh. »oring congregations have been I*-. vited to attend, Other lotto Creek, Those attending the funeral Mrs. Ernest Rossetsen *ln F< last week Wednesday y?ere tty and Mrs- B. Flene. teacher ai^d Mrt- Uel, Mr. and Mrs. Rerman ReJs- ner, Mr. a»d Mrs. Noah Reisner, Mrs, Carl Zumacb, Mrs. Wm. jnaph, MW- J«*» Kohlyes, an4 Richard Those- ( i. - Wegnep Jn „_„ . , Wednesday were Mjf. a»<J V» "— J. M. asuwchard an4 F. B. Ma«wn- her. A -new sidewalk is, being fat In at Prjepe Bros.' oil station. and Kn ana ."Mrs, Ralph Mrs. Arthur ; Lon» went to Des. MOinea last Thursday, and Mr. ton* wfill be given an examin- ' , Lavrenzr daughter of Charlie Lavrenz, Minneapolis, weiito' iof WhHtemore, came , S day to spend the Fourth and to with «lice Elsele, west of towa. Charlie Lavrena formerly. maiiajM mei^handlse »tore here, ation 4^' t>»e hospital. Th(P Jf. I+. (Cottons and, two grand- Children wew* to 'Ames Sunday to spend ***« with the son Anifu*. Wiey returned Tuesday Marietta Cfcristenspn went to a«4 on, night as , ; the general Broad• ,,^ jtSr^etHpger, Prneat 'Jensen,' h staying-^, Itosen l»pm» for <thf past. . to th« «ajrttarium at f rlttoy after f ' i i *• O«car : led hy * n»« c «- We^se, and of, ,, Eaa*on d»»ve down to visit, Ht th* uat ften^rttschneidera. They returned borne <p$iesaay Mr. 3»rs. Wm. Faulstlch returned Hast week Tuesday Corning from .Jfilwau^jtaeerrWJs,, "where they vMt&L a}t Cha». Carroll's. Mrs.'.Car- rofl Ja a daHgh^r. Wjiile'theVe Mr ~ " " attenfl*4 a, cpnference of Phyllis had spent several weeks and Marcella attended iighschool 'last Tear, The Epworth TSysens, Des Moine*. canre'Saturdayfor the Fourth at WH, "Klamp's. They lived here a few years ago, and Mr. Nysven worked in the G. J.*F.~Vogel store. Richard "Manus and two daugh- tene, 'Berths, THhin., visited from Sunday to /Monday at the H. W. Manus home. Richard and H. W. Manus are 'brothers. He lived in Burt -many years ago. , The J- G- McDonalds went tP the -Fourth with 'Mrs. McDonald's Brother, J. ' A, 'Trainer -spent the yeek-end Bnrt friends. Mr. Trainer is now wofKing fpr the Huhtoard Lan» nlng- company at "Amep, C, L, Holding and son •went to *Watertoo -Saturday and •brought T*VB. Clara •visit, ffdhn Hughes, father, here tor * Mrs. Rash'a to Waterloo with' Mr. Holding, and tvom there left for IJH- The Harold Grahams, Des Moines, the we*k-end ai Jf. H. Gra- Mrs. Leonard Schmidt and children. Gorwtfh, last week at home of her parents, the Paul \vhile Mr, Schmidt was at Lake QkPbpJi with a group of boy acout*. ' , , , i . >, The Dfirward, Moojres. Mt, Vernon, were we«K-end visitors ^.t Moore'* . . >•, . . Steen Qlnfitn, JPsrry, (Rame day fpy $, wseH a.t the -^/S, ft home. IJe is Mrs. yinaas's fhe corah, SEE THE NEW Chevrolet CARS NEW BODY LINES FREE WHEELING AND PRICES REDUCED PARTS, BATTERIES, ACCESSORIES Now is the time to have your brakes serviced and lights adjusted. First — Play safe before the law . checks on you. USED CARS 1930 Chevrolet coach 1931 Ford Coupe 1931 Chevrolet Coach " 1930 Ford Sedan KOHLHAAS BROS. PHONE 200 YOUR FRIEND Read About A Big Free Dollar Value Until further nolice we will exchange without extra charge; a 4-PIECE 8PRITO FORM CASE PAN For ten (10) red and yellow bags in which you purchase ', COUNCIL, OAK COFFEE, FOUND « >°*\ Vl '41 QUEEN QUART JAR — PANTRY PRIDE GED- I , NEY'S PICKLES, 14 ounce _ FREE— 8 oz. jar Kraft French Dreseing with purr chase of 16 oz. jar Kraft Mayonnaise CATSUP—Superb brand 14. ounce topttle _L__^., SWEET Quart jar Sliced Se«M»nabl«4Me«t Special Rln < Bologna Pound pound 'S COqOA 8 cans POPS pactagjj .\^L .._. COCOA STONE PEACHES Table quality'*— s and lialyes in a gop4 rjp. No,

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