Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1932 · Page 2
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2J22L MPILS RESUME SCHOOL PAPER AT LEDYARD Iiedyard, Oct. 4—(Last ,week the <lr«t issue of the school paper, The Itatuwiz, was issued.. This is the selghth successive year. It was •tarted when Supt. Sperry was here. Tho staff for this year Is Brvin IE OESTBOtS FAfiH HOMEATWHITTEMORE IQlnkslek, editor-in-chief, and 'Fern assistant. They make the dummies, assemble and correct artl- eles. The make-up editor is Tilmer Halvoreon, with Lillian Sanders, assistant. They write headlines and mrrange articles on the dummies. The feature editor is James Lo«an, assistant, Eleanor Banders, who care for feature articles, jokes, Whittemore, Oct. 4 — Fire completely destroyed the Mrs. Nell Farrell farm house a mile west of Whittemore last week Tuesday evening. The Farrete were vtoltlng friends, when the blare was noticed from town by Frank Farrell. By the time he got there others began arriving, and soon several hundred people were at the scene. The fire, which seemed to have started outside of the house, near the front porch, had gained such headway that nothing could be done to save the building. Spectators helped remove household goods downstairs, also some from upstairs. The conflagration lit up the countryside, and the road was soon jammed with cars. The fire alarm was sounded at Whittemore, and the chemical wagon rushed out, but it was of little use. The estimated. loss was $6,000, partially covered by Insurance. It is planned to SERV AT 6L Burt, Oct. 4 —Funeral services for Glenn Sperry wer« held at the Presbyterian church here last week Tuesday afternoon, the Rev. S. M. Aten officiating, home at Carlos, He died at his Minn., Saturday, and editorials. Sports are covered by Paul Nltz, assisted by Alice •iKjge, and the music editor is, Ella Goetz; dramatic editor, Lydia Loge- tnann; business manager, Willis 3>yer, and his assistant Is Lois Link. The former collects advertisements, arranges them and keeps books, and the latter writes letters for out-of- town ads. Circulation managers are Marvin Junkermeier and Idah Tel- Stamp, who check mailing lists and •wrapping of papers. A new addition is a circulation board consisting of Lillian Klinksiek, Mildred Vaughn, Elsie Steenhard, and Clara Wirtjes. Each has one town on the ^nailing list. Aleitha Brack is local (editor. The staff Is under supervision of Gladys Nolan, faculty advisor. Class Officers Are Warned — High school classes have elected officers. The freshmen elected jHoward Dyer, president; Erma Cas- *em, vice president; William Barnes, secretary and treasurer. The 24 sophomores named Ella Goetz president; Raymond Browning, vice ^president; Arvid Brandt, secretary and treasurer. Fourteen juniors «hose Tilmer Halvorson,, president; Alvin Depping, vice president; and Idah Telkamp, secretary and treasurer. The junior colors are blue and white. Senior officers are: president, Fern Lewis; vice president, Ervin Klinksiek; secretary and treasurer, Thelma Friest. There are 17 seniors, and the colors are purple and white. !•. B. Auxiliary to Meet— The Farm Bureau Auxiliary meets this Friday at Mrs. John Smith's, near Lakota, with Mrs. Emma Gut- laiecht and Mrs. Alma Heitland, assistant hostesses. There will be election of officers. rebuild. Septmber 24, following a long Illness with tuberculosis. Glenn wa$ born at Mattoon, III., May 4, 1907, and was only 25. He lived with his parents neap Burt for a time, and here met and married Leila Smith. They moved to Carlos some years ago, Glenn Is survived by hie wife, a 7-months son, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sperry, also of Carlos, two brothers at home, Harold and Everett, and a sister, Mre. -K. C. Dremmel, Burt. PARTIES HONOR BIRTHDAYS OF TWO AT FENTON Fenton, Oct. 4—Mrs. W. V. Yager was pleasantly surprised a week ago Monday afternoon when a group of relatives came to help her celebrate her birthday anniversary. Attending were Mrs. W. C. Stamer, Mrs. H. E. Reimers, Mrs. Herman Bohn, Mrs. Claence Wegener and children, Mrs. E, K. Johnson and children, Mrs. Amos Flnnestad and children, Mrs. F. H. Bohn and Mary Ann and Mrs. Dorothy Gerhards and children. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson and daughter Margaret were guests , at Wilbert Holldorf's last week Wednesday evening in honor of Mrs. Stephenson's birthday. Other guests were Invited in the .evening to surprise Mr. Stephenson, and the evening was spent in visiting and playing games. Bwan LAke day. Mr. and Mrs. M. I>. Vlnaa*, «on Lk>yd. and the Albert flchrad«n spent the week-end at Minneapolis Charlotte Warrior and Alice High- me spent the week-end at Miss Warrior's uncle's, near Mankato. The Robert Jones family has moved here from Brltt. Mr. Jones Works for J. W. Dorrance. The Community club met 'Friday evening at the Legion hall. A 26c lunch Was iserved. Allan R. Graham got home 'Friday from California, where he had spent several months. The Ray Hllbournes, San Fran- cleco, called at D. F. Slaughter's last Thursday. The high school nine played 'Fen 1 ton Friday and was defeated, 9-6. Mrs. M. J. Ryerson Was hostess t< the Birthday Circle last Thursday. The Oscar Andersons, Eau Claire Wis., are visiting the Blelchs. Alice Harding, Garner, Is vleitlng the.Al Staehles. Auxiliary School Held The county Legion Auxiliary executive board and the unit,secretaries and treasurers met Saturday for a school of Instruction at the county president Mrs. L. H. Schenck's. Every unit was represented. To Work In Cleveland, 0.— Genevleve Newel came from Seattle, Wash., a week ago Monday. She has spent the past year there as librarian. <She was en route to Cleveland, O., where she had formerly been public librarian for a number of years. She visited her father, G. "W. Newel, and sister, Mrs. E. J. Frank, and other relatives, and left Thursday to resume her work as librarian in Cleveland. Other Ledyard Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Halvorson, Of Togus, N. D., visited several days with his brother, Edward Halvor«on. •> They visited at Carl Halvor- son'e, near Rake, Friday. The Tilmer Halvorsons, Thompson, spent Sunday at E. T.'s. Last Thursday Mrs. L. W. Welmer, son Bill, and Mrs. Mary Till- money, visited relatives at Wells, Minn. The latter's sister, Mrs. Louise Tillmoney, returned with them for a week here. Melinda Goetz, daughter of the ^Herman Goetzes, came home from school last week Wednesday ill. Dr. Devine was called and she was operated on for appendicitis that might. She is recovering. The Chas. Hilfertys moved Friday into the house vacated by the 'Fred 3Players, who moved into the country and will in the eprmg occupy -the farm where Ross Browning now .lives. Mildred Granner entertained the Sewing club at Mrs. D. B. Mayer's last week Tuesday evening. Barbara iWylam, sixth grade teacher at Swea City this year, was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett were Sunday guests at K. O. Stephenson's at Fenton, Mrs. Stephenson was 33eten Peterson, second grade teacher here several years ago. iMrs. 'Laabs, of Winnebago, and .»on, visited a sister last week Tuesday. In the afternoon they drove to Algona to visit their brother Noel. Ruth Jones and Lawrence Klnna- vnan, of Brooklyn, spent the:.week- «nd with her sister, Mrs. Edward WJenrich, of Algona. The Warren Nelsons are parents *>f a girl, born Saturday. This is their frist child and she has been named Doris. The George Thompsons, Maxine Mason, and Tilmer Halvorson spent .Sunday with Milton Thompson at «loux City. Ace Warner and Gerald and Leon ^Vorden came home from Larchwood Wriday evening to spend Sunday Lutheran Aid Honors Member— The Lutheran Aid held a party Sautrday afternoon in the church basement honoring Mrs. Christine Meyers, who celebrated her 81st birthday anniversary. A program composed of musical selections, readings, and a short play provided the entertainment. Qulltlnff Party Is Held— Mrs. O. J. Stephenson entertained last Thursday afternoon at a quilting party. Present were Mesdames K. O. Stephenson, L. J. Weifib.rod, Wilbert Holldorf, Charles Weisbrod, George Boettcher, Frank McFall, H. C. Lindsey, and O. H. Schmidt. Glenn Yahnke's father, of Buffalo Center, was injured Saturday and they went over Sunday to visit him. Mrs. Clifton Engelby and Orville .•pent from last week Wednesday to Sunday, at Kd Campbell's at Seneca. Mrs. E. G. Rich, of Fairmont, and HUB. Swan Olson, of Estherville, Visited Mrs. L. W. Welmer Friday. Holland Gable and Elmer Zlelske, •attending Upper Iowa university, JKpent the week-end here. Mrs. Anna Leslie, of Bancroft, •came last week Wednesday to visit '.fcer son Walter Leslie. Mrs. L. A. Junkermeier returned •Ylday from Hubbard, tiad visited her sister. where ehe Harold and Mildred Granner and Genevleve Kltley spent the week- «nd In Renwick. The Mike Flynns and Leo, Flynns, «f Buffalo Center, spent Sunday at Vfm. Flynn's. Mrs. Leon Worden and Harvey •came home from Seneca last week Wednesday. Roy and Sam Link drove to Sioux City last Thursday to hear Roose- irelt speak. The Harm Dontjes left last week Wednesday for a week's visit at Boyden. •The Fred Dorseys were in Burt last week Tuesday attending a funeral. Mrs. Kerr and children, of El- vjnore, visited at Jees O'Keefe's Sun•flay. The junior high taseball team lost to Grant last week Wednesday, 13-7. Basil Jackson took their baby to Iowa City Saturday for treatment. The George Heitlands, of Lakota, -•pent Sunday at Charles Gable's. A daughter was born to Floyd ttolwell's a week ago Sunday. Roy Mino's baby was ill Saturday, •Uttering- with convulsions. IX B. Mayer and Frank Welsh are fffing on the Roberts farm. Bclmond "Visitor Is Honored— Irene Newel entertained at five tables of bridge Saturday evening in honor of Mabel Lawler, Junior high principal at Belmond, who spent the week-end .at J. F. Newel's. Other renton News. O. J. Ranney and son Arlo drove to Marshall, Minn., last week Monday. They were accompanied by the former's mother, Mrs. F. L. Ranney, of Orange, Calif., who will spend the Winter with her daughter, Mrs. Verne Tubbs, at Marshall. Mrs. Philip Wander and son Carroll returned home last week, Carroll from Chicago, where he went on business, and his mother from Freeport, '111., where she visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Meyers. The F. C. Baileys, of Waterloo, came Friday evening for over Sunday at the Frank Bailey and A. H. Krause homes. The Dr. A. T. Whitlows, of Swea City, were also Sunday guests of the Balleye. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod, Nettle Weisbrod, Gladys Weisbrod, and Mrs. Hattie Weisbrod enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Ambrose A. Call state park at Algona Sunday. Mrs. A. H. Msyers is to accompany a Mre. McGower, of Renwick, to Sioux City this Thursday to attend a Missionary convention and visit friends. The R. N. Kyles drove to Ceylon last week Tuesday evening to visit their daughter, Mrs. L. M. Holldorf, who celebrated her birthday anniversary. Mre. W. E. Stoeber last Thursday entertained Mrs. Frances Lakin, Mrs. Ursula Weisbrod, Mrs. Mike Weisbrod, and Mrs. Emma Curry. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber and daughter Gladys and the Raymond Stoebers were entertained Sunday at Oliver Stoeber's in Armstrong. A. J. and Hans Krause went to Chicago Saturday evening- with stock. They will visit relatives there a few daya before returning. Mrs. F. J, Weisbrod, daughter Hazel, and son Maurice, and Mrs. Emma Curry were visitors Sunday at E. L. Baker's at Armstrong, W. HP. M. S. meets thle Thursday in the Methodist church parlors with Mrs. Wilbert 'Holldorf and Mrs. Frank McFall.hostesses. The C. G. Humphreys spent Sunday at G. M. Miller's In Ringated. Sidney Bruce remained for a week with his grandparents. Verona Weisbrod returned Friday from Algona, where she spent last wek visiting her grandmother, Mrs. J. C. Kreeensky. The W. R. Wolfes, accompanied by Ellen Wolfe, of Whittemore, spent Sunday at the Carl Wolfe's at Klemme. James, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Holldorf, was very 111 with a cold and complications last week. Elvira Krause, teacher at Garner, spent the week-end with her parents, the G. R. Krauses. Frances Bailey, teacher at Brltt, was a week-end visitor at the par- Penitence Week Ig Observed— The Presbyterians are observing a week of penitence and prayer with special services this week Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday evenings. Pledged at Coe College- Dean Clapsaddle, Coe college, has been pledged to the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity. Other Burt News. Mrs. Wm. Gorman, Wesley, and her children spent from last Thursday till Monday with the former's father, W. D. Kearns, and Mrs. R. ,W- Hay ward, , Chicago, another daughter, arrived Sunday for a couple of weeks with Mr. Kearns. Mr. and Mre. William Enabltt, Kanawha, and, the. W., P. Kearns .family, Rlngsted, spent Sunday here. Mrs. Wi W. RIsser, Des Molnes, spent last Thursday and Friday with her cousin, Mrs. G. P. Hawcott. Mrs. Chris Olson, all of Prescott, Wis., daughter Mrs. Edna Mercord, and J. E. Reichert, came laet -weekend to visit the J. T. Heany's. They are Mrs. Heany's mother, sister, and uncle respectively. Rachel Clapsaddle, Helen Thompson, and Leona drove to Cedar and Sunday Rachel and Leona brought home Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle, who had spent a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 'F, Mann. Helen Thompson remained for a week's visit. The Palmers, Hampton, Gladys Lumley, Alexander, Lottie Mitchell, Will Peterson, Melvin Hunt, Dolliver, and Arthur Barker were weekend guests at the W. H. Schwietert's. Clara Schwietert, Dolliver teacher, was here for the week-end. Mrs. . Myrtle Ringsdorf, Bancroft, and her son Clifford brought Mrs. Elizabeth Ringsdorf' to Burt Sunday, and with the William Rings- dorfs were' dinner guests at Fred Ringedorf's. Mrs. Elizabeth Ringsdorf is spending the week here. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman, son W. H. Stewart spent Sunday at the George Manus home, Northwood. Mrs. Chipman, Lichter, Algona, Rapids Saturday, ARE ORGANIZED ta*t Thursday tft •y Swea City, Oct, 4-^Bwea City to well organised for relief work In own "and country for th'« coming winter. Bach church. organisation, .he W. C. T. U., the Thursday club, and the Legion Auxiliary has a committee of 'three. , The. committees met 'Saturday evening and organized, electing Mrs. Fred PeterRbn, president;- Mrs. P. J. Helken, vice president; and Mrs. Frank Thomson, secretary-treasurer. Cases of need are to be reported to Mre. Peterson, who will assign them to the appropriate organization. Last year the Thursday club made layettes and kept them ready for calls, and the club plans to do the same work this year. Other organizations have not yet decided what they will do, but a eheU ol clothing and bedding will be kept ready for distribution. The united organization is called Associated Charities. Annual School Fair Yesterday— The Smith-Hughes boys and girls are to hold a fair next week Wednesday at the Leg-Jon hall. This is an annual affair, heretofore held in the school building. 'Instructors and pupils hope to draw a, larger crowd down town. The fair will take •place in the afternoon and evening. Prizes 1 will be awarded to girls lor baked goods, pantry, stores, canned goods, and garments of their own from Ladyard Friday, 11*4, '«' yard. Other Swea City* Th« Frank Thomson* vMlted day «t William 'AHwegg'a, near Al gona. '.M*. Thompson used to b« manager of the Plum Creek °The John CHHes family ha* moved from Buffalo Center to rooms over the'Sperbeck print shop. Mr. allies will open a pool hall here this week. The Fred Berggrens and the Jamea Elders spent Sunday at Stony Point, Spirit Lake. The men caught a few large wall-eyed pike. The Leo Edwards family. ^^ WHO KNOWS TOMORROWS STYLE Ed- Mre. were Sunday guests of Mrs. wards' parents, Mr. and Charles Edwards. Mrs. P. J. Helken, Mr«. Wilfred Carlson, and Jane Carlson shopped at Mason City Saturday. DAHLHAUSERS, WHITTEMORE, WEDjiUEARS Whittemore, Oct. 4—Mr. and Mr .Peter Dahlhauser Sr. celebrate their BOth wedding anniversary Sun day at Peter Dahlhauser Jr.'s. Born in Germany in 1861 an 1862 respectively, they were mar rled at Cabery, 111., in 1'882. Afte living at points in Illinois, theyj m ake. The prizes for boys will be Lotto Creek | 'Laurence, Mr. and Mrs. Klamp, and Mrs. Mary Mrs. Klamp, and Mrs. Manus are former schoolmates. George Gerhards and Mr. and Mrs. Bancroft, have Glendale, . Calif., several weeks. came to Iowa in 1903, and now live on their farm southeast of town. There are 11 living children: "Peter, Al, Joseph, Mrs. John Blsenlue, Mrs. .Mike Thul, all of Whittemore; Mike and John,'Lindsay, Neb.; Mrs. John Laubenthal, Wesley; Carl,, of Bancroft; .Mrs Albeit Laubenthal, Emmetsburg; and Sister M. Presentation, Lawler. William and 'Mary Zeimet are dead. Dinner and supper were served. Out-of-town guests were the Carl Dahlhausers; Carl Kollasch, son Albert, Mre. Katherine Schulte, son Frank, and grandson Herbert,, all of Peoria, 111.; the Mike, John, and Albert 'Laubenthals;Henry Schaecher, Lindsey, Neb.; Sister Mary Presentation and Mister Mary Celine, Lawler, and the Tony Waechters, of Gilmore City. Among other home -guests were Fathers Hyland and Veit, the Peter Kollasches, the Joseph Kollasches, Mrs. J. P. Elbert, and Mrs. Mike Kollasch.-Other relatives and friends called. There are 59 living grandchildren, all of whom were in* attendance. Four grandchildren are dead. Hitchhikers About the Country— "Bill" Heller, 1932 H. S. graduate, believes in traveling via hitchhikes. His first trip, recently, was to Emmetsburg, and he has visited Mason City, Ames, and other points in the same way. One day last week he set out with no particular destination in view and landed at Yankton, S. D. He got back Wednesday night, but Friday morning left for Holstein, accompanied by Le Roy Hansen, of that town, who-had visited his brother Carl. From Holstein "Bill" planned to go to Dee Moines. for field and garden crops. There will be a program of stunts and music both afternoon and evening. County Auxiliary Meets Here—Swea C.lty entertained the'county, Legion Auxiliary last week Tuesday, 75 women .registering. Mrs. George K. Nelson, president of the local unit,.opened -the meeting, and,County Chairman Luella Schenck, Burt, responded to Mrs. Nelson's welcome. Reports gt county work in the last year were given, also reports of state 1 convention. Mrs. Rachel Stockman, Fern Walker, and Amanda Looft were the local committee on arrangements, and Mesdames R. A. Bra vender, Walter Bovls, and William Thompson on menu. Woman lands 20-11). Pike— A group of local fishermen came home last week Wednesday, reporting only fair catches at Lake Win- neblgoshlsh. Another group, at Boy Lake, had better luck. The Edw. Rohlins and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Butterfield were at Boy Lake with the Edw. Countrymans, and Mrs. Rohlin got the catch of the season as far as 'Swea City fishermen are concerned, when she landed a 20-'.b. northern pike. Mrs. Carl Ziimach gave a quilting bee Friday. Attending! Mre. Herman Krause, Mrs. Herman Leutke, Mrs. Fred Dau, Mrs. Fred Meyer Sr., all of Fenton, Mrs. Noah Rels- ner, Mrs. Harold Smith, and Mrs. Herman Relsner. , Alfred Wlttkopf and "Bill" Reimers have gone to the Black Hills. Mrs. Albert Wlttkopf. epent 'Friday and Saturday at Algona, helping her daughter, Mrs. Fred Jacob, move. Mrs. Albert Kressln has been sick. Lillian Kressln, Olivia Kressln, Adrsi Peterson, and Elsie Kohlwes had a wiener roast at the Ambrose A. Call state park last week Tuesday evening. ' . Mrs. Earl Lorenz has been helping her sister, Mrs. Fred Gepken, who has been sick with the flu. Mrs.. Albert Kressln raised a sun flower this season'which was more' than 11 feet tall. The Julius Wills drove to Truman, Minn., laet week Wednesday. to : take home Mrsi Will's mother,' Mrs. Voelker, who had visited here a week. Mathilda Kressln, Fenton high school teacher, and Lillian Kressln, Algona telephone employe, spent the week-end at the parental Albert I^ressln home. Alex Radlg shipped cattle to Chicago Saturday. Herbert Potratz, employed at the Ervln Seims farm, Whittemore, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz, lost week Wednesday evening, accompanied by Ruth and Edna Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kohlwes, of Corwith, entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes, Elsie and Arlin, and Mr. and Mrs. their Reinhold Pothoff, returned from where they spent enal Frank BaJIey's, Mrs. W. E. Stoeber entertained her sewing club last week Wednesday afternoon. The Clarence Welsbrode, of RJng- sted, were Tuesday guests »t the E. C. Weisbrod's. IF. P. Newel wag ill at home laet week with a cold- Mrs. Christine Gerhards, who went with them, remained with her son John. Mr. and Mrs. A. Schwingel, daughter Catherine, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Swingel, all of Blue River, Wis., visited last week Wednesday at the Ed Thaves home. Mrs. Thaves is a niece of the Schwingels. Edna Staley and Mrs. L. O. Bush took Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Staley to La Crosse, Wis., last week Tuesday. Edna and Mrs, Bush returned last Thursday, the others remaining for two weeks with relatives. Will Banks, Lynd, Minn., came Sunday for the night at J. H. Graham's. He formerly lived on a farm north of Burt, and his parents, now deceased, lived at Algona. The Robert Wards, New Underwood, S. D., arrived last Thursday to visit at the G;' C. GIddlngs Home and with other relatives. Mr. Ward is Mrs. Giddlngs' brother. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddlngs and Robert Ward were at Albert Lea Saturday. Hannabelle Giddlngs accompanied them to Elmore for Sunday with friends. Local Odd Fellows and Rebekahs attended a county I. O. O. F. booster meeting at Algona last week Monday evening. The next meeting will be at Burt. The Elmer Beelers, who had the J. W. Dorrance tenant house, have moved into the house vacated by the John Gettmans, who moved to Mason City. week Van Vranken's, Mrs. A. G. Volentlne assisting. Each member takes a guest. The I. Schmltte, Sac City, spent Sunday at the Edw. Thaves home. Mrs. Geo. Sehmitt, who had spent 4 few days here, went home with them. Helen' Thompson entertained last week Wednesday evening at two tables of bridge In honor of a college friend, Helen Danenberg, Odebolt. Mrs. J. E. Clifton accompanied Mrs. A. H. Wood and Arthur Cruikshank to Sioux City Friday to attend the Methodist conference. The 'Rev. S. H .Aten, son Frank, Elinor Eleton, and Elizabeth Rash attended a young people's rally at Spirit Lake Saturday. Mrs. Geo. Wilson returned to her home at Cedar Rapids Friday, after six weeks with her sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson. Mrs. K. J. Smith's section of the Mite society served a cafeteria supper at the church Saturday evening; receipts, |2'5. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clark returned last Thursday from Hayward, Wis., where they had spent a week with relatives. The two children of Hiram Ward, Buffalo Center, had • minor operations at Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle's office Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Aage Haneen and Mrs. Jens Peterson, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at Peter Mrs. L. B. Smith Has Operation— •Dr. and Mrs.' L. B. 'Smith and their son Paul went to Rochester last week Sunday, and Mrs. Smith went through the Mayo clinic. The doctor and Paul returned Sunday. They called on Harvey Oliver and found him doing well, Tuesday morning the doctor received word that Mrs. Smith would have an operation on Wednesday morning, and he and Ella Burke left for Rochester Tuesday. Dr. L. E. Mosboch Married-Mr. and Mre. O. J. Olson,, of Humboldt, announce the marriage of their daughter Esther to Dr. L. E. Mosbach, Humboldt, eon of John Mosbach, Whittemore, September 24 at Onawa by the Rev. 'Father Gearen, formerly Whittemore. Bobby Reding 4 Years Old- Bobby Lee Reding reached his fourth birthday Friday, and that" evening dinner guests at the Reding home' were the- John Reding,; Algona, the Georg-e-Wegeners; S?. Joe, and Edna Schultz. H. S. Juniors Are Initiated— The public school juniors and seniors initiated 16 freshmen Monday night. The freshmen were given many tricks to do, and were treated "plenty rough." Lunch wa« served. Attend Party at Brttt— Mre. H. E. Woodward, Mrs. Leo The Aid society meets this Wednesday at Mrs. H. S. Operetta is Big Success— An operetta, the Magic Charm, (Friday evening at the high school auditorium was one of the best of its kind put on here in some time. It was given by the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades under the direction of Frances Dahl, music instructor, and it drew a full house. Seventy Attend Aid Meeting— The Methodist Aid met last week Wednesday, Mesdames Smith, Seylor, 'Sweany, and Hutchinson entertaining. Seventy women attended. The Aid is laying plans for its annual bazaar in December. ;•'<'-•'••" Gospel Team Conducts Meetings— A gospel team consisting of Mr. and Mre. M. S. Milne and their son Donald drew good-sized crowds last week-end at the Baptist church. Hear Roosevelt at Sioux City- Mr, and Mrs. Tony Hundeby and Mrs. Ida Larson drove to Sioux City Everett Dreyer, Fenton, and son Derrel Don. Mrs. Frank Pompe was confined to bed last week, and her sister, Mrs. John Schallln, helped care for her. Edna Laurltzeni Whittemore, has been employed at William Lelnin- ger's two weeks. 'Mr. Leininger's aged mother has come home from the summer with her daughter Mrs. Rudolph Will, near Algona. Martin Ohm helped- at W. H Meyer's last week. The young modern*! who dance* tomor-( row's dances, sings to-( morrow's tunes and knows tomorrow's style, will find the last word in footwear in the advance showing now being featured at our store., , $4.85 a pair Christensen Bros. Co. Shoe Department • F OR SERV1C E SAVE MONEY By having your wearing apparel Cleaned' Pressed - Repaired We make your old clothes look like new—or we can give you a custom made suit at a very low price. Modern Dry Cleaners! WANT ADS PAY Swanson, Mrs. William Hlggens, and Mrs. J. M. 'Fleming attended a bridge party at Brltt last week Monday afternoon. Edith Rlngler to Wed— Edith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Rlngler, and Ben Schreier, of Milwaukee, were called Sunday for the first time at St. Michael's Catholic church. Champion Editor Wing Watch— R. L. Burdine, editor of the Champion, won a $5 watch given away Saturday evening at the; Cavfinaugh pharmacy. Boy Fractures Collar Bone- Bobby, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Flemming, fell and fractured a collar bone while he was playing ball one day last week. Other Whittemore News. Joseph Kerby and his sister Helen returned to their home at Dubuque last week Wednesday, after a visit with the MoGoverns. They were accompanied to Whittemore by Helen McGovern, who had visited at Dubuque. Father Velt, accompanied by Estherville persons, went to Minnesota on a fishing trip one day last week 1 ; Father Shanahan, pastor at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, is spending a few days with Father Hyland here. Robert Finnell 'Jr. and Delores Finnell epent the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. (Robert Finnell Sr. Robert is attending school at Mason City; Dolores teaches at Rock Palls. Mrs. Carl Hansen and her daughter Beverly returned laet Thursday by bus, from Des Molnes, where they bad spent three weeks with Mrs. Hanson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Gude. Mrs. Martin Etecheid entertained at bridge last week Wednesday at four tables. Mrs. Tim O'Brien won high; Mra. J. S. Cullen, low; Mrs. 'Frank Spilles the traveling prize. Mr. and Mrs. Willis O. Dumke. of Portage, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dumke are at Charles Krahn's. Mrs. Albert Krahn is a daughter of the local Krahna. • Patricia Weir, R. .N., Sioux City, has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Weir. She is a graduate of St. Joseph's hospital, of Sioux City. •' , »•••'••• Mrs. William Higgins, Mrs. M. K. Cullen, and Mrs. J. S. Cullen attended a bridge luncheon at Mrs. Jos. Wollner's, Cylinder, last week Tuesday. OLucian Meurer was taken to the hospital last week Wednesday with another bad spell of inflammatory rheumatism. Patricia Weir Is nurse. Theresa .Duffy,-who had visited her parents, Mr. and Mra. Martin Duffy, left for her return trip to San,Francisco last week Tuesday. Tti,e Henry Kaiachmitters, Sheldon, visited Sunday at Peter Kol- lasch'a. Mrs. Kaachmitter is a daughter of the Kollasches. Mr. and Mrs. Joe. Waasen, of Des Molnes, were week-end visitors at P. J. Fuchsen's. Miss "Waasen was formerly Cecelia Fucheen. Emil Braatc, Edward Baas, • and Mr. and Mrs. Clem Hogen left last week Wednesday for a fishing trip. Harold Rath, Standard Oil station employe here, Installed a radio .loud speaker for the world's series games. Ava, Simpson, girls' high 'school coach at Parkeraburg, spent the week-end at the 'Reimers home. Mrs. L. W. Swanson left last Thursday for Sioux City to attend the Methodist conference. '. Lloyd Roth has entered the etate university to major In mechanical engineering. FOOD SALE QuaJityMerchandwe at the right price i* always economy, M ery food item you buy at our stores is guaranteed to plea* you or your money will be refunded. H.W. POST Pray and Transfer STORAGE OF AIL KINDS I/jng Distance Hauling. Every load Insured again&t logs and age of all fcinda. pe4 to do all hauling and draying, PHONE Algona, THIS AND THAT Even at very low prices, poor merchandise Is never m "BAB- GAIN." Vet a Tait amonnt of such merchandise Is beta* gold every day. We know. It's onr busfnegg to know. We wHl compefe with any store on the basis of quality tut we will not wittingly, In •ny Instance, skimp quality for th« |ake of a lower price. The Monarch' peanut Butter that we- are^oflerhiff at 87 cents ii Just about the biggest Jar of peanut butter In town. »M yon know that Monarch owns the patent rights on a machine that removes the bitter germinating hearts of the peanut before grinding I Be- suit 1« a really superior prod' uct. Trjr a Jar of ft with the understanding- that you can hare your money back If It isn't the finest peanut butter you ever tasted. ABEL -The first squealer. Brer buy a pair of good ean> !5! 8 *" cheap •» * e •«• <*•»» W* never loM this cheap before either. Just one shipment at Uilt price. When they are gone- no more. w Wheat to same cereal you Pay twenty.flTe cents for in. der another label, it's a Mon. t?l W"* *** •»"»*••* » T h % C ? ta W" 8 * »«™ been the first progressive. Almost forget to mention that we have a shipment of large cans Imported Mushrooms. Hame tlie can that you usual' ly pay «e to 60e for. Surely » bargain at We. CLOTHES PINS, as you want, per doien as Oatmeal, Monarch, quick .Ik] F 00 * °* Wheat, lg*. pk». 1M Tapioca, quick kind ------- Me I Cake Floir, Monarch ____ 16* THESE PRICES GOOD FROM TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4 TO MONDAY, OCT. 10, INCLUSIVE ",."•.%•' Subject to being sold out. We reserve the right to limit. Green Tea, Monarch, % ft. f»c Gunpowder Tea, « | D . -_. Cfcow Meln, Noodles, Sprouts, Assorted Chop S«*/j Vegetables, Bead MoUWH Chinese Sauce. We hire (Ml Tea, Sittings, full pound -14c Bulk Tea, green, black or Oolong, H pound „ .We BAKING CHOCOLATE—Fall sise package gjrsap, Monarch, pt «1»" 1 Molasses, 8H can PEANUT BUTTEB. Mon.r»h two and one-half O/T pound jar ^.,.,..,iS/ C Pates, small pkg. ._....,.lie » pound package .„..„«« P/Blta for Salad, Monarch lie Macaroni, • pounds ..!•« Coffee, Monarch, nothlW m t tor, sound ---^ Sardine*, small, import** g oltee on ---.•Shrimp, Monarch, 9 lor Gocoauut, pound ,.,^.....t|o Orange Jalee, Monarch ,..}ta Sweet Pickle* pint Jar .,.!$« Asparagus Tips, Monarch fanejr green ^ u« Baking Powder, Monarch guaranteed pound can ..l»e TUNA.Ywht Chocolate Cherrle*, Ib. box 9X) (They melt In yo«r Bumth) Pumpkin, Monarch, Urge caa, i for ; _.,. T ..t|« (Time toe PunpUB Pie) Kidney Beans, Monarch Imported, tarre «•» ^* Prjr Apricots, Eg f Noodles, M°»««*> * 9 c*ns -r — from Pineapple, 9 »* ' .rushed r ------ -'•" , Uttlntf, 41 I l»y Gold Hed»l and sfcouli ed wl^i the cheap flour bei»§f «• Flowr-GoW Medal Kitchen Tested 49 pounds *1.25___ 24 1,2 Ibs, 70c Bologna, an much as you want, per ring HAMS, Smoked, wjwle or tart! C*«thy»8 ?njritfttt, FIGNY 8QUAEES BACON, per lb. )« Cash ^^_ --...,, __ AI| BASKET GROCERY iff! ^6H Ot'K U ALGONA IOWA HhONf

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