Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 18, 1932 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, August 18, 1932
Page 3
Start Free Trial

KMONDS A diamond from Weh- alW4ys dlstln- (e for ita fine col- S and great-brilliancy. We buy our diamonds flrtctly from importers id cutters, and mount own -shop. This is the reason we Ln offer our customers |,uch exceptional values 111 fine diamond rings. Diamond Solitaires from ••••,<;.-.. $25 to $500 Diamond Wedding Kings from $10.SO to $40 S-K. White Gold from B4.50 to $9.00 UwEHLEB&CO. [jewelers & Optometrists 1 Phone 240 irifty Service at per pound [flat work ironed, bath ffels fluffed and dried and rest of the bundle re- ned damp, rea/ly lor you \ PHONE 267 LAKHPT MEETING HEARS ^a, Aug. 16-Elghty attended the Ledyard township Farm Bureau at J. H. Holcomb's Friday evening Senator L. j. Dickinson, of Algona, gave the address of the evening. Music was furnished by n double male quartet from the Lutheran church of Swea City, and a male quartet composed of Ted and George Wallentlne, Jerry Ukena and Jerry Heetland, Ledyard townships. J. H. Holcomb is township president and is a real rustler in arranging a program. Lunch was served after the program. County Agent Morrison brought Mr. Dickinson from Algona. Mrs. Altlger Has Operation- Mrs. George Altlzer left the first of last week for the hospital at Rochester for examination and treatment. Homer took his mother to the hospital, and after the examination >an operation was performed last week Wednesday."' At' last re-ports she was recovering. Mr. Al- tlzer and Mr. and Mrs. George Beav- erlng, of Buffalo Center, spent Sunday with her at the hospital. Pastor Visits Idaho Sister— The Rev. and Mrs. Frank. Johnson went to Kanawha Friday to vsllt at J. U. Johnson's. The Rev. Mr. Johnson's sister, Mrs. Ross P. Mason, of Twin.Falls, Idaho, who was driving to Washington, D. C., with a party of friends, was spending a few days with her father, and the Johnsons went to visit her. They returned Saturday. Mrs. >'. E. Noble Home Afraln— Mrs. N. E. Noble came home 'last week Thursday after a month at •Minneapolis and at Baraboo, Wis. She came by train to Mankato, Minn., where her daughter, Mrs. S. Warburton and Harry met her and brought her home by auto. Pavement Dance Draws Crowd—. The free pavement dance here last week Monday evening drew a large crowd of dancers and spectators. It was estimated that between 2500 and 3000 were in attendance. Al Menke's orchestra furnished the music. Has Blood Poisoning In Hand- George Bauman Jr. is in the hospital at Mason City suffering w,lth blood-poisoning in his hand caused by a scratch In a finger. His wife visited him there last Thursday. Sauerkraut Stand Planned— Mrs. ( E. A. Clemans and Mrs. Ed Abbas entertained the Methodist Aid at the church last week Wednesday afternoon. Plans were made for a stand on 'Sauerkraut day. iONE WOMAN IOST20LBS.OFFAT Her Prominent Hips-- Alible Chin —Sluggishness Gained Physical Vigor— A Shapely Figure. If you're fat — first remove the luse! '•'-.."•••• |Take one halt teaspoonful of 'When Salts in a glass' of hot !r in the morning. To hasten wits go light on fatty meats, po- """• cream and pastries — in 3 get on the scales'" and note ' raa ny pounds o£ fat have van- m ' •-,•-' ; •Notice also that you have gained ^energy—your skin is clearer— » feel younger in body—Kruschen 1 give any fat person a joyous Prise. i |But be sure it's Krusohen—your <n comes first — and SAFETY I « the Kruschen prpmise. •J-M a bottle of Krusohen Salts THE. w, Lusby or'any leading J»reist anywhere in ^America '(lasts •weeks) and the cost is but a trifle. JCOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALflQNA. IOWA h ' , Sp ° clal: Wlth t: " 00 ° ln P urses to be Paid in four - nasattraS I * ?T' ^ IOWa SUte Falr 8peed P ro « ram ™* *» ami S? „«! ,T ° f • the !W 8t tr °"ers and pacers In the midwest ' . reP ° rt> Numer °«s Brand circuit winners 'Including N6W Y ° rk and a8 f « ™ 3t '« Colorado ar! Horse racln8 - <? ay9 thl9 y ear «e August 29, Daughter of Former Lu Verne Pastor Wed Lu Verne, Aug. 16—A wedding of interest took place at Galena, III., last Thursday when the Rev. E. A. Ballis, of the First Presbyterian church, performed the ceremony marrying Winifred, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Caldwell, Maynard, and John Phillips, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Phillips, of Lu Verne. The couple were attended by Eugenia Ballis and Leonard Caldwell, brother of the bride. A wedding luncheon was served at the Caldwell home at Maynard Friday noon, then Mr. and Mrs. Phillips came to Lu Verne. Mrs. Phillips I is well known here, her father hav- ' Ing .been the Presbyterian pastor here some time ago. .Mr. Phillips grew up in this community. They expect to open a lunch room soon in the building recently used by I. J. Huber for a lunch room. A miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs., Phillips was given in Maynard a| ..week ago Monday. ! , OLD TUBES AUGUST SPECIAL 15%. Trade in off your old tubes'. BJUSTROM'S ' \ ""'WCLIVIiKVOIIK Other Lakota News. S. W. Rickord; of Sioux City, brother of Mrs. J. E. Smith, Herman and Bill Elerding and Mrs. Ed Eleiv ding and son Harold, of Eldora, spent part of last week with the J. E. Smiths. They also visited the John Pinks and John Johnson, of Buffalo Center. Dr.. and Mrs. G. J. Schuell, of Lincoln, -Neb., visited friends here last week. Dr. Schuell is a. former Lakota physician, and since leaving here has been working in a government hospital at Des Moines, and is now at Lincoln. A. Q. Smith, !iis daughter- Mrs. Otto Koppen, and her daughter Sylvia, and son Wayne, drove to Montgomery Friday and spent the day with the Roy Farrinstons. Mrs. Farring-.ton is also a daughter of Mr. 6mith v John Leisveld, who spent most of the summer with his son Arthur in Chicago, came .to Mason City via train last week, and the Michel Winters brought him home Saturday evening. Four children of the Andrew Johnsons, living just north of town, were baptized by the Rev. -Frank Johnson at the morning service at the Methodist church Sunday. Guy Beemer, local well driller, is at Mason City at work on a 12-inch well for the Iowa State Butter concern. The new well will be 300 to 400 feet deep. The .Madden-Stillman tent show was here last week Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings. They had their tent just east of the town hall. E. R. Worley, Frank Krall, Lakota, and M. H. Bailey and Mr. Potter, of Mason City, attended a golf tournament at Blue Earth Sunday. The Oran.O'Keefes took their son Max and Biilie Ley to Arnold's Park Sunday, and the boys will spend a few days' vacation there. Dorothy Peris, of Ellsworth, who has spent the summer with her aunt, Mrs. Harold Pierce, went home a week ago Sunday. The R. E. Hamquists came home last week Sunday after three weeks with relatives at Three Rivers, Wis., and Minneapolis. Mrs. Worley's parents, the W. H. Baileys, and the Potters, of Mason- City, were Sunday visitors at E. R. Worley's. Vivian Pink, oldest daughter of the John Pnlks, of Buffalo Center, Is spending this week at the J. E. Smiths. Bernice Winter, who works in Chicago, is spending her vacation with her parents, the George Winters. Mrs. Mary Smith, of Algona, spent last week with her son. J. E. Smith. They took-her home Friday. Robert Hamilton -and Maynard Ukena returned last week Wednesday after a week at Dubuque. Bob Hanson, Iowa City, spent part of last week visiting his sister, Mrs. H. H. Murray. . W E. Gutknecht and Bert Kienitz attended a hardware coiu-ention at Estherville Friday. The E. R. Worleys went to Gait last week Wednesday, returning Friday evening. John Makis and son John left Fii- day for Chicago to visit f latlves ' A number from here attended Indian day at Titonka Monday. The Frank Kralls spent Tuesday at Garner visiting his sister. Mr! Aalderks, visited h,er_daugh- ter at Ctarner last week. __ LegBacUy Monday Masons En Route to JVew York— W. B. Mason,' Mr. and Mrs. Geo, Thompson and Kenneth, Ledyard, Mr. Ellis and Miss -Flora Mason left early last week Wednesday morning on a trip to East Aurora, -N. Y. They expected to visit the F. G. Ha- gists a few days, then go on to New York to attend a family reunion of the ..Mason family., Mr. Ellis and Flora Mason will return to their home in Toledo, O., after a month's visit here. This is the third time W. B. Mason has -been present at the family reunion, which is always held annually at the old Mason homestead. Thirteen Arc Baptized— There were special services at the Presbyterian church Sunday .morning when Hugh Colwell was ordained as ruling elder. Eight children and five adults were baptized, seven adults united with the church and the sacrament -of the Lord's supper was celebrated. This is the first time ! the Rev. Mr. Kobnce has conducted these services, and his own two children were among those baptized. Lutheran Y. P. S. Entertained— Vera Wegner was hostess to the Lutheran Y. P. S. at their regular social gathering last week Tuesday night. The, usual devotionals, business meeting and social hour was the program for the evening. Frank Moeding 'will entertain at the next meeting. Grontmelis Move to Omaha— The Chris Gronbachs moved last week to Omaha, Neb..' where they will make their future home. Mr. Gronbach has secured work as a janitor of a large building there. He has been running a chicken hatchery here. August Tlode, 25, Dies- August, only son of Mr. and Mrs. John Tiede, died early last week Tuesday morning. -He was 25 years old and had been in poor -health for some time. Services were held last Thursday afternoon at the Lutheran church. • Has Emergency Operation— Lee Lichty underwent an emergency Operation for removal of a ruptured appendix at the Lutheran hospital" at Fort Dodge early last week Tuesday morning. He is slowly recovering. Rev. H; Baecker Is Dead— The Rev. Mr. Lang attended funeral services Tuesday for a former pastor of the local ' Evangelical church, the Rev. H, Raecker, Who was buried at Meservey. Depot Agent on Vacation— Jas. Christenson, local M. &.St. L. agent, Is taking his annual vacation and with Mrs. Christenson, Charlene and Marjorle, visited his -brother, 'at Kansas City last week. • : Junior ]>ug'uers Have Picnic— The junior Epworth League enjoyed a wiener roast at the .Bowman home Monday, The evening was spent playing games. . «by and Girl Are Born— The Ralph Davidsons are parents of a boy, and the 'Lawrence Millers a girl since last week. Other Lu V.erne News. Mr. and Mrs,. Clarence Young, Qt- tuimva, spent several days lajst week at the parental B. Jones home. Gwenetha, who has been visiting her sisters, Mrs, Young and Mrs, George Hamilton, the laet month, returned home with the Youngs. Mr and Mrs. Wm. Ramus spent last week at Mason City < at Lewis Peterson's. Alysmae, who had been visiting there the, last two .weeks, had her tonsils removed test Tuesday and was quite HI for a trip to Duluth and other places of interest in northern Minnesota with the Parleys. . Mrs. Maynard Spooner and son Donald arrived home last week after several weeks with her mother, Mrs. William Turton, S. D. Mr. Spooner went to Turton to get them. Vernon, Wayne, and Carl Lang spent the week-end at Paton. They were accompanied home by their cousin, Eileen Wahl, who was going with the Langs to Cedar Falls. Mrs. Irvln Chapman, Billy and Bobby, accompanied the Misses Frances and Martha Kabele and Barbara Jane Moseley, Goldfield, to Mason City Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Zweifel, Corwith, and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty drove to Fort Dodge last Thursday to see Lee Lichty, a patient at a hospital there. There was a tonsil clinic at Doctor Corbln's office Friday morning. Five or six people had their tonsils removed by Doctor Chase, of Fort Dodge. . Mrs. Arthur Geilenfeldt was able to return to her home Saturday after an operation for gallstones at the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Eva M. Jennings and daughter Elsie, of Boone, returned to their home Saturday after spending a few days with the Grant Jennings. Samuel Wertz, Greymont, 111., was a business vlsitgr at Lu Verne last week. He owns a farm near town. Hazel and Willard Frakes, Woolstock, are spending the week at the Rev. Mr. Baddeley's. The Lewis Petersons, Mason City, were Sunday visitors at the parental Wm. Ramus home. Dickie and Beverly Smith are spending- the week at -the Wilhite home in Corwith. • ' The 'Lloyd -Zentners were Sunday visitors at 'Henry Zentner's at New Richland, Minn. * Phyllis Lichty is spending the week with her uncle' Will C. Donelson at Goldfield;. Lois Colwell visited the first of the week at her grandmother's at Fort Dodge. Mrs. S, E, Smith and children, Minneapolis, visited the H. C. Aliens last week. • JAS.CARMODY PIONEER, DIES IN CHICAGO Whittemore, Aug. 16 —- Mayor Thomas Carmody received news last week of the death of his brother, James Carmody, at Chicago. James Carmody was well known in this vicinity, and was one of the pioneer residents of Palo Alto county. James Francis Carmody was born at Paris, Ky., May S, 1853, He came to Emmetsburg with his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Carmody, in October, 1882. He lived on his parents' farm in Great Oak township till manhood. He was united in marriage in the Assumption church in Emmetsburg to Mary Rwyer January 15, 18S9. Mr., and Mrs. Carmody made their home in Emmetsburg and vicinity until October, 1922, -when they located In Chicago. Mr. Carmody worked for the Illinois Central railway company at Burnside from that time till Its closing two years ago, Mr. Carmody is survived toy his widow and 11 sons and daughters. All ,were at his bedside when he died. Mayor Carmody was unable to attend the funeral, which was held last week Tuesday in Chicago from St. Cyril's.Church; Interment was in Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Pitcher Wins Own Game— Last week Tuesday a. pick-up klt- tenball team from Graettinger was defeated 11-10 by Whittemore on the local diamond. The local battery was Ralph Bartlett and Paul Manors. The pitcher won his own game in the last half of the eighth Inning when Graettinger had 10 and Whittemore 9. The pitcher hit a 3-base hit, scoring two men. Kern Elerig and Fritz Fish each hit a home run for the locals. Bellnkes Home from Jaunt- Mr, and Mrs. H. W. Behnke returned last week Wednesday from a two months tour in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Wisconsin. They visited their daughter, Gertrude Behnke, who works in Chicago, besides other relatives and friends. They also visited two days at the Wisconsin Dells, and they also visited the House of David. Mr. BeVtike has been Lutheran teacher here for several years. Walker Reunion ut Gold field— A Walker reunion was held Sunday at Goldfield. Those present were the Delbert Walkers and the Sper- rye, Delevan; the Roy Bjustroms, Harold Walker, Marie Soles, Ella and Jane Walker, Algona; the Harold Kueckers, J. E. Walkers, Lloyd Walker, and Arthur Locke, Whittemore, and the Carl Walkers, Goldfield. Supper was served at Carl Walker's. Algona Golfers are Trimmed— Ralph Bartlett, Farmers' creamery manager, took a couple of men from Algona on for a game of golf one day last week at the Algona Country club. This is the second time Mr. Bartlett had played on this course, but he gave -them a good trimming, they making 60's to his 49. ' South Cresco The Cresco M. & D, club was entertained last Thursday by Mrs. W. L. Martin, with 14 present. The club voted to send $5 to the Iowa Children's Home at Des Moines. The program consisted 'of a piano duets by.the hostess and Mrs. W. V. Pool, Al^oria, songs, O Sole Mio, Tiptoe Thru the Tulips and Painting the Clouds with Sunshine, by Hazel and Evelyn Dutton,. Mrs. Rachel Clayton Stiles accompanying at the piano. Piano solos were play- '6d by Mrs. Stiles and Mrs. Pool. Guests were Mesdames Pool, Frost, Bradley, Sabin, P. Hulstread, of Algona, Elinor Crulkshank, Iowa City, Mary Wildin, Mrs. Lloyd Martin, and 'Frank Jenkinson. Lunch was served to 37. The next meeting is to 'be a contest banquet, August 28, at the Call state park, Mesdames A. E. Clayton, E, C. Potter, and Will Runchey, committee. The John Brandows, Fairmont, visited here Sunday. Jean Cruikshank has been engaged to cateh the Hobarton school No. 1, and Eunice Bowan in Plum Creek, Threshing has been completed. A much needed rain fell last week, Some farmers have started plowing. The Martins lost a milk cow, a Brown Swiss, from alfalfa bloat last week. Mrs. Russell Cook, Austin, Minn., and Mrs. J. 'F. Cook, Algona; were visitors Tuesday at M. L. Button's, •Forty relatives ^yer'e at. T. E, Harr's Sunday in honor \ of Sirs. Harr's birthday, ' • : The Henry Essers, Whittemore, and H. M, Lindhorsts, Titonka, were, Sunday visitors at the D. p. Sparks h.ome. Mrs. Esser was formerly 'Eurjiije Gerber. The Lind- horsts' corn was damaged in a recent hail etorni. . - '. . Tfie W. F. Jeijkinsons \vere at Clear Lake a w.eek ^ago Sunday, guests of their son Dr. Harry. Iowa City, vacationing at their cottage. Lloyd Martin met with a painful experience Friday when his left ha.nd caught }n a tractor he was overhauling^ A crowbar was used to free the liand. The. ' wrist was bruised and the fingers badly pinched, bijt there" wwe no broken bones. Mrs. Ed Wildin and Chester a,nd Leslie, the L. R,, and Lewis • and George Wildin {.ajAiyes, a»4 George Flowers attended.the Olson family Sunday at pi&o^, parfc, Fort FRANK CLARK WILL START NEW NEWSPAPER AT GARNER It is reported that Frank Clark, former Advance co-publisher (190717), is about to start a new paper at Garner. After he left Algona Mr. Clark for some years published the Garner Signal. Four or five years ago the Signal and the Garner Leader were consolidated, and Mr. Clark retired. Later he publshed a paper at Lime Springs for a year or two, the family home meanwhile remaining at Garner. A year or so ago he sold the Lime Springs paper and returned to Garner. He still owns the Signal building and plant. His elder son Harold, who has just been graduated from the school .of journalism at the -Missouri university, will probably help him with the new venture. Harold is a practical printer, also a llnotypist. Mrs. Clark Is the former Mamie Chapln, of Algona. Tuesday and was qu«e m ior * i-urn reunion Sunday at pifcoj^ park, yxjrt Meurer, d.aye- . "' J^flSfy There ^ere. |i present, M.r£. IF^ed Winter^ ijusH&F $$W*f i^ W*&$$~ .*«y m&& i^fe F?% IHfey P^t. b| J&ijgJrt«!M Farley, USfrn^o^fcl Q^otfBf **#Wfc t ^ ^ -,, r g_,.'." „" . , ' «$* $&*• $S$f;Wlf , ' & Tfr .U Veils Take Colorado Trip— 'Father Veit and sister, Mary Veit, went to Sioux City last week Monday morning, . where the latter joined her sister, Sister M. Clare, of Briar Cliff college, from which place they will leave on a trip to Idaho, ,where they will spend some time with relatives and friends. Three Girls Go to Canada— Juanita Armstrong, of (Dexter, Irene Vaudt, Algona, and Bertha Vaudt, of Whittemore, left for a trip through Canada and other points of interest. They left last week Monday morning and expect to be'gone a week or ten days. Locals Lose In Second Round— The town kittenball .team played in the tournament at Irvington Sunday. Teams participating were from West Bend, Rolfe, Irvington, Lu V&rne, Whittemore, and Graettinger. The locals defeated Irvington 8-6, and lost to Lu Verne 4-3. Attend Franciscan Reception— Mi-, and Mrs. F. J. Rochford left for New Hampton last we.ek Wednesday morning to join Mr. Rochford's parents, all to attend a reception at Dubuque of the Fran- i clscan order. Brag'a Grocery Goods Moved— Gerald Braga, of Goodell, was a local, (business visitor one day last week, to get the rest of his stock. Mr. Braga formerly had a grocery store here, but they recently moved to Goodell. Birthday Is Celebrated— Local relatives and friends gathered at Herman Voignt's last Thursday evening to help Mr, Voight celebrate his ibirthday. Buffers Sprain In Fall- Andrew Laubenthal fell from a wagon "one day last week and sprained his ankle. * Other Whittemore News. Robert and Harold Braatz and Mr, and Mrs. D. Cordes spent Sunday at Maple.ton and Blue Earth. The Cordes were accompanied home by a granddaughter, Betty Bell, Robert Braatz was called immediately back to' Mapleton, his son Ralph had an attack of appendlcl- tto. % • •. - : The Arthur./ Heidemviths spent punday at Henry Kueck's at Lone Rock. They brought home Ellsworth Heidenwith, and Marvin Kueck, who visited at the Heidenwith home Monday and Tuesday. Liljian accompanied Marvin back to Lone Rock for an extended.visit. Herman and Fred Kun.de, of Kankakee, HI., are visiting at F- J. •Balgeman's, and with their mother, Mrs. Kunde, who Is staying at the Balgeman home. Mrs. Balgeman is a sister of Herman and Fred, Mrs. {Cunde fell last week and fractured b,er hip bone. Mr. and Mrs. Nick iLaubenthal and daughter, of Eninje^shurg, and JJr. and Mrs, Cteprge kaufeenthal, Qrftettlnger, visited at Joseph jifeur- er-s last Thursday, ftjrs. lOrsch and Mrs. Thilf es are njecea of Mrs. Mem-er, Mrs;. :Fye4 Wl&terg, Jre^a Thomas, of Minneapolis, werevlsl- tors last week at Oscar Polrot's. -Geneva Walters, Mary Gappa, Lillian and Dorothy Heidenwith, Mr. and Mrs. Pete 'Elbert and daughter Minnie visited last Wednesday evening at Leo Walter's in Algona. Mrs. Ralph 'Relmere and two children visited last week at Maurice Cullen's a't'Oelwein. • Mr. Relmers drove over last Thursday and they accompanied htm home. . Mr'..and-Mrs. .Arnold Krause, Mary Gappa, and Mrs. Tom Ford drove to Varlna Sunday to take back Elizabeth and Francis Gappa, who have been visiting here. Mrs. Roy Bjustrom and Mrs. Johanson, of Algona, and Mrs. J. E. Walker, of WOilttemore assisted Mrs. Harold Kuecker Thursday afternoon at quilting. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lavrenz, Algona, visited Monday at Joseph Meurer's. The Lavrenzes were neighbors- of the Meurers before moving to Algona. •Edmund, Louise, and Hilma Heinmann, and Walter Kopitkof, of Elmhurst, 111., are visiting at the P. L. Jeseon home. Mrs. Jesson is a sister of the trio. Rosalind Gude, of Des Moines, .is visiting ten days at Carl Hanseifs. Beverly, daughter of the Hansens, who visited at Des Moines two weeks, returned. I The Peter Heldt and Herman Voight families attended a birthday party at Algona last week Wednesday in honor of Mrs. Le 'Roy Ditsworth. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elbert and daughter, of Los Angeles, Calif., who have been spending the past month here, returned home last week. Mrs. Charles Dunn, of Mitchell, S. D., returned home last week Tuesday after a visit with her sister, Mrs. George Winkel, north of town. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz were Sunday guests at Herman Strueck- er's at Fenton. Edna Struecker accompanied them back to Whittemore. .The John Van Hises returned last week from Idaho and Washington. They left here June 21. Mr. Van Hise visited both his brothers while gone. Mrs. H. E. Woodward returned last week from a visit with her parents at 'Rochester, Mrs. Woodward's mother had been sick for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ka,ne, and daughter, of Mason City, were at W. A. Elbert's Sunday. Mary Kane, of Pontiac, 111., also visited there. The Harold Kueckers,' George Balgemans,. Tom Weirs, and William Ruschs, visited Thursday at C. C. Johnson's home, at Mallard. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Matthews, of Rolfe, visited last Thursday at Her man Voight's. Mr. Voight. is i brother .of Mrs. Matthews. Jerry McTigue, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McTigue, of Emmetsburg, visited his grandparents, the John Cullens, last week. Mrs. Hi E. Woodward is at Roch- este"r. N. Y., where she is taking care of her mother, who has been sick for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Knoernschild, of Dubuque, are visiting here, Mrs. Knoernschild is a cousin of Mrs. Herman Baas. ,The Hugo Meyers, Ed Liebs, George Schultzes, and <P. L. Jessons were -Sunday guests at Martin Meyer's at Garner. Geneva Walters, Mary Gappa, Mrs. Tom Ford, Mr. and Mrs Arnold Krause picnicked Thursday at Inferlaken. ' Mrs. Betty Langerman, of Parkersburg, returned Sunday, accompanied by Kate Haagr, after a few days here. . • The Jacob Kocklers, Swea City, the C. E. and.Roy Kollasches, St. Benedict, visited Sunday at' Joseph Kollasch's. The E. C. Weisbrods ,of Fenton, and Stanley and Arlo Munch, of California, spent Sunday at William Reimer's. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Capesius and her father, Joe Laubenthal, of Ottosen, visited Sunday at Joseph Meurer's. The Leo Elberts, of Garner, visited local relatives Sunday, and Mrs. Elbert and Jerry stayed for a week. There will be a midnight frolic Sunday evening at 'the Rose Garden ballroom and the Rosalind theater. C. Doyle is back on the job. hauling milk. While Mr. Doyle was sick Robert Flnnell Jr. took his place. The Christ Meyers and Mrs. Mary Bruhn visited • last week-end at Louis Haas's at Stordon, Minn. Mrs. Irene 'Rooney, of Guthrle Center, came for a. short visit with relatives here last week. The Nick Meurers, Plover, and J. T .Meurers, of Wesley, were called home Sunday eveniog. Sylvia Drew, Graettinger, formeiv ly of Whittemore, is visiting- this week at Frank 'FarreU's. Mrs. Figler returned to her home at Fort Dodge after visiting two months at Ed Burke's, Mr. Eisenbachtir, of Wesley, visited last Thursday with his gon. Koman. Herman, Casper, and Tony Keene, Des Moines, were visitors here last week, Drall Braatz and Elmer Vaudt are on a week's fishing trip at the Jakes. The Marvin Hansens, of Brttt, visited Sunday at John Wilson's. Orley Richards, Oelwein, - visited last weejc J?.t W, P. Rayon . Underwear 2 to 12 yrs. 1 Bock to Lunch Boxes Astd. colors Back to school means shopping at Graham's first! We've everything you need to wear from head to foot —and all your tools from pencil to dictionary. So shop now and be ready when the first bell rings. GIRLS' BLOOMERS Charming Every style Fast color Wash fabrics 49c You'll find fast color prints made in the style girls like. DRESS PRINTS 8c yard 14c It's such a simple matter to make children's frocks yourself, these bright materials are an inducement in themselves to say nothing of the low price. Eight to 12 years 19c Mothers will appreciate the quality broadcloth In these bloomers for girls 8 to'l2 years. Suggest two or three pairs for school at this price. Boys' School Hose Golf hose for boys that give double wear SCHOOL HOSE FOR GIRLS "Fine ribbed stockings — made of selected yarns In .3 colors. IOC Boys' Shirts Want to make a hit with the teacher! Then start off right. We have the list of necessities. Just tell us your grade and we'll get you all ready. Big Chief Pencil Tablets — 5c Cedar Lead Pencils —lc Beats All Pencil 2 for 5c Combn. Pen and Pencil lOc Theme Paper, 50 sheets •-. 5c Irish Linen Ink Tablets lOc Official Spelling Paper (45) 5c Bakelite Propelling Pencil >__ lOc Leads for Propelling Pencil (18) 5c Red checking Pencil lOc Ink and Pencil Erasers lc Pencil Box Sets lOc Carter's Ink, blue, and red lOc Library liquid Paste lOc Propelling Pencil, colors 25c Crayolas, 6 to pkg. __5e Crayolas, 16 to pkg. 15c Gluey Paste in bottle lOc Tape Measures 60-in. 5c Carter's Fountain Pen Ink lOc Straightline 12 inch Rulers 5c Carter's Mucilage, 1 1-2 oz. :_10c Blunt Scissors, Col. Hdl lOc Big Tom Pencil Tablets 5c 300 yd. Spool Thread 8c Tape Bias 8 yards Department Stores Watch for the new General Electric Refrigerator 5 cubic feet $165.00 Kohlhaas Hardware LONG'S Meats — Groceries — Fruits Closing but our stock of No, 10 «ize of can goods at cost. i . Long's. Meats . Are . Treats Laird & McCullough r J. H, Wejp, 4*. Watt to

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free