Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1932
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• •If you are refinhhlng, rcfur- | D jjhing or moving, you prob- •lUy need new floor coverings. llWi l» jurt the Ume to wlect a Ineir rug. Our Mock contains \tcont of new patterns and a Inrfety of color combinations I.-in all the popular weaves. JlThew are many which will Ipleue you and fit your needs [perfectly. All are quality ruga I—many of them Mohawks. iMces are the lowest in years I—and your selection, if you I cone in now, la practically un* I limited. Resolve to-day to giro I your rooms the new and lasting [beauty they deserve. < IICHARDSON'S [Furniture' Company «re Furniture Sells For Less I The holders, of the follow kg numbers* will present at our station . as soon ipossible: ' ... fo.2846 10.1612 10.2392 j The holder of the first lumber is entitled to two THIS of coal, the second num- ler one ton of coal and the (urd to a change of oil. 'estotnik's irvice Station 701 Eact State Street llRSITIME EVER! ibout | Cent A per mile Round Trip ood in coaches, also in par- and sleeping cars, space ktra. all points east of Mori^e and Chamberlain, S. \ :• V-;.' : \.' •o October 8 Return at midnight October 12th 1 Fare for Round Trip •10 to CHICAGO ' October 7-8-9. Return by midnight October 13. Ask Agent for Details IE MILWAUKEE ROAD I WANTED, OM> SPECIAL 15c Trade in on your . old tubes, " ' BJUSTROM'S §80 ^_^ t'l L " tT'-N^T^v 666 * r %la la, 8 Q or to ** **** ° 9Ws ' _ - l/|i.wi^l«| r OP-J|. Dr : SS^i-'afr-jway 25TH WEDDING DATE OBSERVED BY TITpAHS Titonka, Oct. 4-A silver wedding anniversary wa* celebrated Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. s. G. Keagle. The ise was decorated with a silver -BUI . 8 " Ver Btreai «er8 from the celling to corners. A wedding cakb Wna rTan nH «i^.a , . . s W1IVI, ^d in pink, white, and _ .-.. -.^ .were received of silver. Attending: Grover Keagle and the By*" Keagles, TItonka; the Lo"*" 1 Raymond Keagles, Mlnne- - . the Stanley Keagles, of St Paul; the Berton Tales, Rodman- w!l Wrights, TItonka; the Lee Wilsons, Woden; Mr. and Mrs Charles Relbsamen, TItonka; Mrs Nellie Wilson, Woden; and Ella Yale Thompson, Rodman. The elder Keagles have lived here since 1917 8. S. Class Ha» a Picnic— Mrs. Raymond Hanson entertained her Sunday school class at a wiener roast Friday, night in the Nelson woods. .Attending: Charle Beed, Stephen a e Vrles, Arnold Rlcklefe, Slgwal Wood, Lewis Lar son, Anna Mae Moore, Lois Graham, Gertrude Boeckelman, Gerald- Ine Bruns, Marjorle Peterson, Alice Budlong, Charllne Lamoreux, Jackie Callies, and Betty. This Is the 4th grade class. The Ray Hansen children, Junior and Forrest, also at tended. Boys' Glee Club Organized— 'lona Campbell, school music teacher, has been testing the boys voices. The boys' glee club consists of: first tenors, Wilbur Schram Harold Krantz, Russell Kuchenreu- ther; second tenors, Donald Banta Lester Eden, Donald Callies, Her man Rlggert; baritones, . Georgi Boeckelman, Arthur Askin, Donald Wood; bass, Relnhart Fritz, Ed ward Saathotf, Arlo Larson, Ed ward Stecker. Friend of Tltonklan s Dies- Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Hansen George Hansen, Mrs. Rasmus Han sen, Mrs. George Hansen Sr., and Albert and Julia Nelson attended the funeral of Miller Nelson at Gold field last Thursday afternoon. Mi- Nelson, who dropped dead while a work on his farm, was a boyhoo friend of Editor W. C. Dewel, of the Advance, who also knew the Han sens when they lived at Goldfield. Attend Eastern Slur Meeting— The Algona Eastern Saar were to entertain the Burt chapter this weel Tuesday night, and the following Titonka members at Burt planned t go: Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Ball, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Budlong,' Mrs. Edith 'Fish er, Mrs. Hazel Stott, Mr. and Mrs Stephen de Vrles, and Mr. and Mrs Virgil Pendergast. K08StJTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALflOMA. tOWA ^^ . ! ' = St. Joe Man Injured In frill From Hayrack Stud)- Club's Season Opened— The first fall meeting of th< Woman's Study club was held a fev days ago at Mrs. R. C. Ball's. Mrs Fred Wentz led the lesson on shor historical sketches of early Iowa and roll call was on early lowans The next meeting will be at Mrs Harry Seed's; leader, Mrs. Carri Torgesen. Titonka Wins from ((rant— The H. S. nine played the Gran township consolidated nine in Gran township last week, and won, 9-5 Among local high school students who attended were Fern, Mildred and Harold Krantz, Loraine Peterson, Helen Beed, Lois Helfner, Bernice Larson, and Pauline Blakley. Auxiliary Names Now Officers— New officers of the local Auxiliary unit are: president, Mathilda Falk; vice president, Mary Sartor; second vice, Esther Askin; secretary, Olive Bruns; treasurer, Irene • Peterson; chaplain, Camilla Cooper; historian Sadie Denton; first sergeant, Alice Mayfield;' second, Pearl Ricklefs. Milton I'enderg'ust Gives Party- Milton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Pendergast, entertained a group of young people at a bridge party 1: week Wednesday evening: Arthur Jay Budlong, Phydelis Peterson, Oscar Blanchard, Estelle Bonackcr, Donald Bacon,'Ethel Wilmeyer, and Aletha Schreck. Boos Study Loraine F. Peterson, and Estelle Bonacker entertained the Buffalo Busy Bees 4-H club Saturday. Loraine and Hazel Miller gave a demonstration on how to make rugs Bond Here to be Graded— Supervisor Funnemark inspected the road south of Amie's 'corner Friday, preparatory to grading. This road is badly in need of improvement. "Over the Coffee" Uses Poem— In the Des Moines Sunday Register, in Over the Coffee, a verse, On the Spot, by Carl Wright was used, iarl's wife was Viola Keagle. Other Titonktt News. The following Titonkians spent Sunday at Pilot Knob: the L. B. Larsons, the William Boykens, the R, L. Krantzes, and the Herbert Schweppes. Thence the Boykena drove to' Manly with the son Edward, who returned from that point to Decorah, where he attends school. Mrs. Stephen de Vrles, president of the P.-T. A., and Mrs. Ray Budlong, vice president, attended a hrfatmas Seal meeting at Algona .ast Thursday. Seals will be sold here by the P.-T. A. and the Woman's Study club. . . At a bridge party . at Herbert Schweppe's. last week Wednesday night the Highs entertained the Lows. Prizes were won by Virgil Pendergast, high; Earl Stott, low; Mrs. L. B. Larson, high; and Mrs. aarry Beed, low. . Jay Budlong accompanied Joseph Mockery, Woden, to Chicago Saturday. Mr. Mockery shipped a carload tsrr^rsj'S M sr 6 ss d ^Se,, „. s JS^r.f3U"£S£ were at Algona the same, day. Mrs A. M. Peterson attenaea » S^t^KB-S •"STSB. Schran* drove to toux City Sunday'to attend tho «s sssss* f **? ^yv^lf-end visitor at At »*• suffn ? 6 ' Ot ' 4 ~ (Phlllp Courage suffered a broken arm between shoulder and elbow last week Tues«^' S? T S PUttlns up altalfa and while he was on the hay rack he slipped and fell off. He was taken to Doctor Beardsley, Llvermore, and from there to Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where he remained till Thursday afternoon. That night he was taken back, one of the splints •Having broken, which caused great Pain. The doctors put on new spimts, and he was brought home the same night. Two Children Arc Baptised— ™r»!l e lnfant son ot Mr - a™* Mrs. W am B. Devlne was baptised William Bernard Jr. Sunday at St. Joseph's church. Sponsors were Ernest Gales and Mrs. Tom Devlne. The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Altman was baptised Robert a week ago, and sponsors were Mary Altman and Aloyslus Gaies. " Mrs. John Jlntu Is Dead- Mrs. John Rutz died at her home near Llvermore Saturday evening, and funeral services will be held this week Tuesday a t the Lutheran church, Llvermore, interment to be made In the Bode cemetery. Mrs. Rutz had been in poor health for a number of years. Platho Brothers' Father Sick- Herman and Charles 'Plathe were called to Mason City one day last week by word that their father H. J. Plathe, visiting a sister there, was sick and had been taken to a hospital for an operation. Church and Yards Cleaned— Men in this parish gathered at the school and church yards early Monday morning and hauled gravel for driveways. Tuesday afternoon the women had a scrubbing and clean- Ing bee at the church. John Bortes Have New Son- Mr, and Mrs. John Berte are parents of a boy, born Sunday. They now have five boys and one girl. Nurse Anna Kayser is caring for mother and baby. Agnes. Berte Is 10; Party— A birthday party was given at Charles Berte's in honor of the daughter Agnes, 16, Sunday evening. Bloat, Kills Farmer's Calf- Julius Capesius lost a young colt from alfalfa bloat last Thursday night. Other St. Joe. Sister Mary Emalinda and Sister Mary Georgene, Pocahontas, accompanied Mother Theodore and Sister Mary Armilla to St. Joe last week Tuesday to visit the Sisters here a short time. The two Slaters last named are from the St. Francis convent at Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wagner, accompanied by Mrs. George Lenertz and Nlckolas Wagner, drove to Cherokee last week Wednesday to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs, Gus Basalls and Alvln Lenertz. Elizabeth Berte took Mother Theodore and Sister M. Armilla to St. Benedict last week Wednesday afternoon, accompanied by Sister M Hortense and Sister M. Concepta. Jos. Majorus and friends from Chicago spent the week-end here. The Alex Elschena and Matt Bormann Sr., St. Benedict, visited the Anton Beckers Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Dominic Ztemet and Mr. and Mrs. John Kemna, West Bend, and Frank Zelmet, Livermore, were at Henry Zelmet Sr.'s Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kuhn and Mr. and Mrs. (Philip Kuhn, all of Wheaton, 111,, were visitors Saturday at the Joseph and John Baker homes. Mr. and Mrs. William Reding drove to Elmore Sunday to take Mrs. Reeling's mother, Mrs. Jacob Garmann', home/ after' a -week^'-here Matt Haus returned from New Hampton last Thursday, after several weeks at the parental home. He will pick corn for Henry Zlemet Sr Mrs. John Origer and her two children spent a few days last week with relatives at West Bend, returning Sunday. Mrs. Edw. Hammer, John Hammer, Mary Manthei, and Roscoe Brown spent Sunday at William Hammer's. Frank Reding has returned from several weeks In the Colorado moun^ tains, where he had went for hi! health. A number from here attended th< Simon-Arndorfer wedding dance a Wesley last week Tuesday night. Leonard Thilges, Adam Kramar Louis Fuhrman, and Frank Wey dert, shelled corn last week. ' Mrs. Henry Meyers and son Ar thur were Sunday dinner guests o the E. J. O'iDells, Bancroft. Mr, and Mrs. George Wagner wen Sunday visitors at Alfred Tleding'i and Fred lllg's. Matt Hilbert got home Saturdaj from Los Angeles, where he wen on business. Mr. and Mrs. John Thill, Whitte more, were Sunday visitors at Mat •Faber's. The Barney Lentsch family, o Clare, spent Sunday with Mrs. Mary Lentsch. The (Peter Bormanns spent Sun day at the Miller home, Whitte more. Alfred Reding-, %vho has been having pneumonia, is reported improving. S, S, STUDENTS AT IRVINGTON ARE PROMOTED Irvington, Oct. 4—A large congre gation attended church Sunday morning and heard promotion exer cises presented by the Juniors. The Rev. A. English opened with a ser- monette on Light. A song, Praise Him, Praise Him, was sung by. th primary department. Pupils taking part in the permotion exercises wen Jack Schulz, Paul Wickwire, Stanley Egel, Mabeline and John Miller Helen Lemkee, Alice and George Sparks, George and 'Frank Becker Anna Mae and Ella Harr. Arvllla Hudson was to have been In the exercises, but was unable to attend The teacher, Mrs. 'Loss,, asked a series of questions concerning the Bible, all of which were readily answered by the pupils. They also repeated numerous passages of scrlp- tur.e and told where they were found. Wilford Coleman was taken into the church Sunday. Dinner Honors Hrs. H. E. Worster- Mrs. Cleve Stewart gave a surprise dinner party last week Wednesday in honor of her mother, Mrs. M. E. Worster, Algona, who was celebrating her 73rd birthday. The table was decorated with" autumn leaves. There was a large white birthday cake decorated with small autumn leaves and pink candles. Dinner was served at 12 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs, Worster came :o the Stewart home last week Wednesday unaware that other uests had been invited. The others were: Mrs. Stella Sabin, Mrs. Theodore Goeders, Mrs. Bradley, Mrs. Mart Jones, Mrs. George Stewart Sr., all of Algona, and Mrs. J. M. Cox. Mrs. Worster was presented with a mirror. Hudson Fainly In Reunion— The sisters, brothers, and mother of Paul Hudson have been having a reunion at his home here. His father, of 'Flint, Mich., was unable to attend. Mrs. Hattle Hudson, 'the Floyd Vaudtelnbergs, and Mrs. Harold Williams, Flint, arrived -last week Wednesday. Oran .Hudson and Evert Van Steinberg, who hitch-hiked to Flint a few weejts ago, returned with them. The Floyd Van Steinbergs and Mrs. Williams eft for 'Flint Sunday, but Mrs, Hudi son, Paul's mother, remained to vjisii here indefinitely, Mrs. Xi Oaugen* meier, Pierre, S. D., and a son ar* Ived Friday, and will' go home sometime thia week. 'Fred Hudson, O'Clalre, Wis., la also here, 0. L. Miller Blrtliday Observed— A picnic dinner was. given at Frank Miller's, southwest » of Air ona, Sunday In honor of Mr. Miler's 66th birthday, also in honor of he Loris Crawfords, who .are mov-; ng to Minneapolis soon. Quest? besides the Crawford? were the Lloyd Wellendorfa, the iFred Barttiolov mews, the George Millers, Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew, Mrs. Mae Miller, ,jr. and Mrs. Bdw, Wllklns, and Allerta Qrosenbaoh, near Sexton. OH Station to Ifow location—' Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stacy opened a standard oU station at the crossroads west of Irvington. My, Stacy had been operating-» station, at a comer further soutfr on, the, W«et Bend road, but natf to ther VMSfttipO Wheji tb$ is being built. Mr. and Mrs. Stacy will live in part of their station house. They spent last winter in i and lived in comfort. Club Plans Recipe Books— - The Embroidery club will mee next week Wednesday with Mrs George 'Stewart, each member to write her favorite recipe 23 times or a small white card. The recipes are to be arranged in booklets at the meeting, one book given for each member. Each woman will then have a book containing the favorite recipes of the others. Stiltz Family to Illinois- Mr, and Mrs. Forbus , Stiltz and Kenneth Lyons left Monday for Taylorville, 111,, where they will live, Mr. Stiltz's father, J. S. Stiltz and his grandmother, Mrs. Carl Leach live at TaylorviHe and had been urging the couple to come there, Forbus and Kenneth have jobs at corn husking. Former Teacher Is Sick— Mies Kellershon, who had been employed in Chicago, is now with her sister, 'Mrs. Paul Hurn, slowly recovering from a nervous breakdown. Supper Dated by Aid— A 'harvest home supper will be served at the church this week Friday evening at 6 o'clock at 25c a plate. Other Irvington News. Mrs. Donald Sparks' sister, Mrs. Archie McDaniete, who, with • her husband and children spent several weeks last spring at the Sparks nome, has been a patient for some :ime in an Iowa City hospital. An infant daughter is at Sioux City with Mr. MoDaniels' parents, and pair of twins ,who complete the famly, are wth Mrs. McDanels' parents at Boone. Mrs. Harry Winkle, Algona, and ler daughter Zelba, employed at Fort Dodge, drove to Laurel, Neb,, ast week Monday to attend the funeral, of Mm Winkle's aunt, Mrs. Alfred Johnson, who died of high jlood pressure; and complications, They returned last week Wednesday. Mrs. Ray Fitch, daughter Mre. Robert Skilling, Mrs. Jessie Schmidt, and Mrs. Forbus ©tlltz spent last week 'Wednesday at Eagle Grove, visiting Mrs, Howard Shore. The Shores, who recently moved there 'rom Britt, are well located, and Mr. Shore is employed at an oil station, Rlverdale Farm Bureau women met with Airs. Ray "Fitch 1 one day ast week and organized for the winter. • Mre. John Becker was elected ownship chairman; Mrs. Chester Schoby, substitute; Mrs, Charles Plathe, publicity chairman, Mrs. Jessie Schmidt, Algona, has >een spending a few days with her parents, Mr, and Mrs, Ray Fitch. fir. and Mrs. Howard Shore, Eagle Jrove, were Sunday visitors at the Fitch home, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sparks, in onor of their Wth wedding anniversary, entertained Mr. and Mrs, ohn Cos?, the Ear} Millers, and Mr. and Mrs. p, F. Sparks Sunday. Mr- and Mrs. HenryiLoClne, Mason City, droyq to Irvington last week Tuiesday evening' for their Jean, who had been at A, McLean's a f pw weeks. ~" Aid, wW meet witl* Mrs. O. I* nejct week Friday afternoon; Armour -Lemkee-, assisting A'frltS PMpfcen supper ie served, at; $60 a jfaip, •Gerald fr^tt %& $*$$ S, S, CLASSES ARE PROMOTED AT LONE ROCK 'Lone Rock, Oct. 4—Cradle rpll and promotion exercises were held at the Lone Rock church Sunday. .' The church was decorated for the occasion, arid the following program was given: Welcome, Catherine Mae Householder, Cradle Roll exercises and sons; The Littlest Verse, Ruth Ellen .-Householder; Scripture and Prayer, the Rev. S. M. Gladstone; What We Seek We Find, Mary Ann Flaig; Ai Rainy Day, Maxlne 'Flalg; The Right of Way, Harold Nelson; Jewels' Exercise, Lucille Genrlch, Dorothy Jensen, and Wllma Marlow; To Make You Understand, Grace Newbrough, Eugene Angus; Hoe and Pray, Wallace Hobson; The Jewel, Virginia Frye; When Jesus Found Me, Mary Jane Hoflua; Ye Must Bo Born Again, sung by Sunday school; promotion day exercise, Doris Mae Blanchard, Dorothy Hobson, Verdabelle Thompson, Earl Swan, Wayne Tyler; A Mystery, 'Gordon Wegener; presentation of diplomas, Supt. L. J., Hollister. Services were dismissed by Supt. Hollister. New members. on the Cradle Roll'are Evelyn t Ellen and Mary Ann 'Swan, Irwln Eugene Frye, Harold Eugene Blanchard, Donald Ernest Jensen, Donald Lee Sharp, Francis Joan Zwelfel and Margaret Joan tFlaig. Freshmen Are Initiated— A week ago Friday the sophomores Initiated 12 freahmen by making them do stunts. During the day, either on the schoolgrounds or business district, the freshmen stooped on all fours and barked like dogs lor the sophomores. At school the girls wore green badges, the boys, green hair ribbons. Political speeches were given by freshmen before the assembly. In the evening the girls donned male attire, and the boys dresses. Those not adhering to this were duly, punished. Lunch was served . (Freshmen are: Jack Tibbets, Dorothy Burt, Bam Orvick, Myrtle Orvick, Lawrence Rath, Kathryn Stebrltz, Viola Bierle, Beryl Sanders, Raymond Nelson, 'Lucille Nelson, Helen Lewis, and Muriel Ackerson. The entire high school and faculty were guests. Xakota Wing Merit Cup— A young people's conference of North Iowa 'Presbyterian churches was held at Spirit Lake Friday. Attending from here were Ronald Christenson, Verne and Dorothy Dacken, Colla Jane Hollister,' the Rev. S. M. Gladstone and daughter Margaret. A banquet was held In the evening. The business meeting was held Saturday morning determining the group • that won the merit cup. Lone Rock received it last year, Lakota this year, 20th Wedding- Date Observed- Mr, and Mrs. Fred Genrich, assisted by Mrs. Roy Zunkel, entertained Sunday In honor of their 20th wedding anniversary. The following mail carriers attended: Mr. and Mrs. Lee Evelyth, Estherville; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pickett, Britt; Mr. and Mr.s. Ole Fjetland, Humboldt; Mr. and Mrs, John Yule, Estherville; Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, Pomeroy; Mr. and Mrs. Hai-ry Cox, Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blue, Lake City. Score Tied; Darkness Calls (fame— •Lone Rock had an exciting baseball game with St. Johns on the Bancroft diamond last week Wednesday. At the'end of the regular game the score was tied. After two-extra innings darkness made further playing impossible and the final score was tied 9-9. Friday afternoon Lone Rock defeated Whittemore on the Lone Rock diamond 19-7. Next week Tuesday Burt plays here. Chrlstensons Win at Fairs— Mervyn Christenson has returned from exhibiting a herd at the 'Dee Moines, Mason City, and Spencer fairs. They are being further fitted for the Ak-Sar-Ben to be held at Omaha and the fiftieth anniversary of the Hereford show to be held at Kansas City. These cattle made a creditable showing. A summer yearling placed first in the Iowa Herefords at Des Moines and won junior championship at 'Spencer, Xewbroughs In Accident— When A. D. Newbrough was tak- ng his brother Ira to Des Moines to ;he Veterans 'Bureau September 27 :hey were run into by a truck near Blairsburg. Both cars were forced over an embankment and were damaged. Ira was badly shaken. The Salph Thompsons and Mrs. Ira Newbrough drove to Blairsburgr and :hey continued to Des Molnee, re- ';urning that evening. Kyrwood Quliw 8> Party- Mrs. Jack Quinn entertained in icnor of her son Kyrwood, who was eight years old Saturday. Attending' vere John Owick, John Sprank, Marvin and James 'Rath,. Donald Ackerman, Earl (Farrls, Bernard Jenrich, Wallace Hobson, Clarence Kraft, Raymond and Roy Bierle, Jessie Blanchard Jr,, Harold Nelson, ind Mervyn Rahn. Surprise Party la Glven-rr- Mrs, Oscar Earing entertained^ as a surprise to Mr. Earing, at 6 o'clock dinner last Thursday event ng-, in honor pt their third wedding inniversary. Attending ; were Mr. and Mre. A. A. Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Sarry Rahn, Chester Alme, Brsel Blanchard, Harriet (Fish, and, ifflor- mce Householder. Tourney Town* Are Kamedv •> The Koseuth Schoolmaster's club held its first meeting at the Call state park at Algona a week ago last Saturday. It was deptded that he girls' county basketball tournament would be- held In Lone Rock:, and the boys' tourney in Algona, Friday. 'It was an game. extra- inning Hurt la Fall from Frank Maeumber fell headlong rom a tree while chopping wood iiorth of Seneca <jn th« 6am' Kerr farm last w,eek Wednesday. He euf- ered severe, injuries of t&* and a stiff neck. • Gashes Hnnd Wrecking Car- John Newbrough accidentally • cut his left hand while helping wreck Ira NeWbrough's car Friday. The gash required four stitches. Other Lone Rock. Mrs. John- Rath, son Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaser, and Mr. and Mrs. William Rath spent last Sunday at Harvey Rath's, Algona. Mr. Rath's daughter June was thrown from a horse Saturday suffering a broken arm and bruises. Mrs, Ralph Prlebe entertained a group of little folks Saturday in honor of her daughter Eunice, who celebrated her ninth birthday. Fred Genrich, secretary of the rural mail carriers of this district, attended a carriers' meeting in Pocahontas last week Tuesday. Arrangements are being made for the state convention to be held 'February 22. Mr. Genrich motored to Gilmore City in the evening, attending a rural carriers' banquet. Teachers who vacationed over the week-end are Floy Jones at Swea City with the Lola and Barbara Wylam, Juanlta Dunn at the parental home at Alta, the L. E. Godfreys at his parents at Truesdale, and Evelyn Behrmann visited relatives in: Lltchfleld,- Minn. G. H. Probett, Minneapolis, called at N. L. Cotton's a week ago Sunday. He was the first lumber deal-, er In <Lohe Jtock; haying opened a yard for the Queal L'umber Co. In the spring of 1899. He is now salesman for portable silos and enow fences. Theodore Krueger, Clarence Macumber, N. A. Naylor, Woodrow Pettit, Art Davis,, and Raymond Bierstedt are wrecking the old church at Hoprlg. The material la to be used to erect a barn on the Rev. S. M. Gladstone farm. Mrs. E. M. Hawks, Mrs. Jessie Stebrltz and daughter Kathryn called in Burt a week ago 'Sunday to see Mrs. Claude Hawks, who recently returned from Brockton, Mont., and Is seriously ill at the home of her father, Ed Marlow. Irene Whltford entertained at a slumber party last week Tuesday night. Attending were Ruby Cherland, Kathryn Stebritz, Grace Newbrough, Murial Ackerson, Viola Bierle, Myrtle Orvick, and Beryl Sanders. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Rouse, Ayrshire, September 21. Mrs. Rouse was formerly Freda Krause, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Krause, and who is spending a few days there. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton went to Des Moines last week Tuesday to attend the Iowa Poultry Improvement Association. Wednesday they visited at H. Shellito's at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Micka and Margaret Roderick attended a Harvest supper at the Rlngsted Presbyterian church last Thursday. The Rev. S. M. Gladstone also attended. The Mite society met two weeks ago with Mrs. Eugene Hoflus. The regular business meeting was held. The next meeaing will be with Mrs. W. C. Heiter. Harry, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Leeper, was rushed to the Algona hospital Sunday suffering from intestinal flu. He Is in a serious condition.! Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zoller, son Charles, Nora Springs, called on friends last week Tuesday. Mr. Zoller formerly owned the meat market here. , Mrs. Mary Roderick left two weeks ago Friday for Morning Sun to make her home temporarily at her sister, Mrs. Linn Ross's. Otto Jensen, Alton and Hildreth Pettit, and Morris Thompson are fishing near Deer-River, Minn. They have been gone.a week. 'Mrs. C. Madison and daughter Alma left a week ago Saturday for an extended visit with relatives in Racine and Milwaukee. .' '' Dorothy Maeumber spent a few days last week with her grandparents, the August Mielkes, Whittemore. Frederick 'Schultz and Oscar Earing motored to ^Chicago last week Friday to attend the world's series. Oscar Blanchard and friend, Miss Bonnacker, Titonka, were Sunday callers at the J. M. Blanchards. Mr. and Mrs, Charles Schroeder, Emmetsburg, spent the week-end at their son Henry Schroeder's. Gordon Blanchard,; student at Cedar Falls, spent the week-end at the parental J. M. Blanchard's. The P.-T. A. will hold its first meeting this Thursday evening at the school auditorium. The Jim Ackermans were Sunday guests .of Ralph Priebe's in honor of Mr. Priebe's birthday, A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Dell Marlow, north of town, two weeks ago Saturday. I Four Corner* I The M.. & D. club ^ meets today with Ida Nickerson; program: music, Evelyn Cruikshank; roll call, "Hard Nuts to Crack"; musical program, committee: Verle Lowman, Evelyn Nickerson, Alta Lowman. The J. P. Nickersons spent a week ago Sunday with the Byron Hulings, Britt, in honor of Mr. Hullng's birthday. A group of Arnolds Park relatives of the O. N. Robinsons came a week ago Saturday night, with lunch baskets, including fresh fish, and Sunday was spent at the West Bend park, where other Arnolds Parkers also gathered. Mrs. Ray Smith, Burt,' spent last Thursday with the Roy Lowrnans. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Seip spent last week Tuesday fishing at Jowa Xake. Arthur Cruikshank attended the Methodist conference at Sioux City Fiday and Saturday as delegate from Good Hope. Michael, Joseph, Carmel, and Delores Elbert attended a wedding dance given by Stella Simon and Nick Arndorfer at Wesley last week Tuesday night. CHILDREN'S FOOTWEAR GREAT SCOn How They Wear! Made of full chrome upper leathers, one piece sole leather counters — chrome retan water resisting soles. Combination last and ankle fashioned heel seat. Quality Footwear Is Much Cheaper • •"* ' You can now buy these quality shoes for children cheaper than ever before. Priced according to styles and sizes. $1.25 to $2.65 Sizes 4 for growing girls are included in this price range. Quality and Service at the Bight Price. Footwear for Men, Women, and Children. "j BAKING POWDER SAME PRICE AS 42 YEARS AGO ounces for 254 You Save fn Using KC ECONOMICAL M/EFFICI ENT BILIOUSNESS Put an end to bilious spells by doing these two simple things: take a tablespoon!ul of Dare's Mentha, Pepsin Ittefore you. ejg,l;, and We flown flat for a few Jnjnute# grftejr your inor.e nausea, np jnora, gag, nop oj hftfllf <>TtV MILLIONS OF POUNDS USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT HotStutf! V Peerless Coal We will have another car of our famous Peerless on" the track this week. Place your order now for some, of this good clean coal, Botsford Lumber Co* JIM POOL, Manager >**•' '^ Money to Loan -j *' Loans in any amount from $4Q up to $300 mad,e si|i day as applied, for, Money IpaWd on M?egtc '^ mobiles an4 otfcer sequrlty, Loajis, cpn. bj through small msfttbly pyments.op paid any time, Automobites je£inajieed, ply duced, No waiting or e^rp, si§n«r^ •penj tion to compete, your J$$n at tjjg jjmg Phone or wri|e tp ,, • " . > .' Inland Fu

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