Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1932 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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NEW INSTALLED BY WESLETXUA" Wesley, Oct. 18.—The Legion Auxiliary- met at the Legion rooms last Thursday evening and Installed officers, Mrs. Ruth Carman, former vice president^ installing of leer: I»re8ldent, Mrs. Helen Anthony Johnson; vice president, Mrs. Edith Henderson; secretary, Mrs. Enda Flom; treasurer, Mrs. Myrtle Lease; chaplain, Mrs. Kate Kennedy; sergeant- »t-arms, GunhJld Flom; executive committee, Mrs. yiola Studer, Mrs. Josephine Meurer, Mrs. Clara Erdman. Lunch was served by Mrs. H. H. Flom Sr. twenty Visit AVesley BelatJvc— Besides the members o£ her family at home, Mrs. Wallace Benton entertained the following relatives Sunflay: her daughter Mildred, Em- wietsburg teacher; Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Weldt, the Weidt's son Merle and Jiis wife and daughter, Austin; Mrs. Bolsinger, her daughter, Mrs. Grace Stevens and the latter's little girl, and Mrs. Bessie Adame. all Clear X*tke; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thompson and the Russell Thompsons, and Mr. atid Mrs. Theron Vermilya, Mason City. Vesleyan Visits Injured Relative- Ben Hopkins, accompanied by the lirst Mrs. Hopkins' cousin, Mrs. Ra«Tiel Danlelson, Badger, left for Fergus Falls, Minn., Saturday, to visit Mrs. Jesee Spraut, recently seriously *urt in a fall. Mrs. Spraut Is sister- in-law of Mr. Hopkins, and cousin of "Mrs. Danielson. Mrs. Hopkins sub- Ex-Irvington MttnSees Business on Up Grade Irvlngton, Oct. 18.—Bernard Frankl, In the employ of a terg« insurance company, had been at Syracuse, Rochester, and other cities .in New York since May, but was recently assigned to 'Pennsylvania, wn«re he te now relocated at Meadsvllle. He looks after the company 1 * transfer and loan business there. He writes that the times are picking trp in the east. There are BO per cent more cars in service on the Erie railroad than there were last summer, and a great man.y railroad men have gone back to work. Bernard plans to spend Christmas with hte parents here. ' Aid Has Radio Dedication— 'The Aid met Friday with Mrs. O. L. Miller; MRS. A, Lemkee, assisting- hostess. Ten members arid "2o quests attended. Mrs. Miller had written to Yankton for a request number to be dedicated to the Rev. A. English, Mrs. J. B. Robinson, all members of the Aid, and friends. The number was Higher Ground, and It-came hi clearly. A chicken supper was served at 4:30, and ?10.'50 was taken In. Mrs. Cox Loses SIster-ln-Law— Mre. J. M. Cox recently received word of the sudden death of her sister-in-law, Mns. Charles Sq-nler, Cornstock, Neb. Mrs. Squier had "been critically sick two weeks, but had been improving. She was "being helped from bed to a chair when she suffered a heart attack and died Instantly. Mr. Squier is the eldest brother of Mrs. Cox. Former Irvlngton CM W**s— eentfr T»een Buffering with a sore mouth, caused by his teeth. He has >een under doctor's care and out of ochool • , • ' Snow an* CoW In MoiitAM— A recent letter from Ross Robinson, Kallspell, Mont, reported the and the mercury down to 12 above. Other Irvin&toii News. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Wllklns have returned from Minneapolis, where they spent a few das last week help- Ing'the Lorls Crawfords get settled HUSBAND AND WIFE DIE OF SAME DISEASE Liu Verhe, Oct. IS.^Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Dltzel, Spencer, -and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Peltzke, t,U Verne, at- ended the funeral Sunday at Iowa Falls of a niece of Mr. Peltzke,,Mrs. George Nlssen. She was BO, and was a former resident of Livermore. She died'Friday of typhoid fever, afte'r Btltuted for Ben ae station agent at | A letter from Mrs. Jesse Baker, the Milwaukee. He was expected "back this week Wednesday or Thursday. Wesleyans Sponsor Child's Bap.tUm— Shelton, Washington, tells of the marriage of her' daughter Vivian to Berryman Davids. The couple have moved to Fresno, Wash., where Mr. Berryman has ,entered,,a, university •Mr. and Mrs. 'Matt Laux were an(J Vlvlan plans to finteh her test again made grandparents last week | year Jn njgh school. The Bakers are -Wednesday by the birth of a daughter, the sixth child, to Mr. and- Mrs.^ Anthony Seller, Sexton, ' The-babe was christened at the St. Benedict church Sunday, and named Jo Ann. Mrs. Seller's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ervln Olson, Westey, were godparents. Team Winner Throughout— T?he high school boys finished the •baseball season last Thursday, by defeating Goldfield 9-4. Last week "Wednesday they defeated Renwlck 19-5. The boys were undefeated throughout the season, winning nine Uames in all. 3Irs. Braley's Mother Low- Mrs. Harry Braley was called to -Eramons, Minn., last Thursday, her mother's condition being serious. well known here., ClBb" Makes"Reclp^e The Embroidery club met laet week Wednesday with Mrs. George Stewart, 2 attending. No program was given, 'but recipe books were made. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Ben'-Terhune. Teeth Cause Sore Month— Tterald, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Schulz, near Kanawha, has re- on a chicken ranch. Mrs. and Mrs. Crawford drove cars, and the men drove tracks loaded with the housefurnlshlngs and chickens. The Frank Dltaworths drove to Boone Saturday to meet and bring up Mrs. Ditsworth's mother, '. Mrs. Mary Harness, who had been with another daughter, Mrs. Mina Ward at Saguache, Colo., for a few months She will be at the Dltsworth home several weeks. Mrs.'- O. L. Miller has had word from Mrs. Mabel Potter, of Spencer who has been visiting her mother Mrs. C. E. Wilson, Morrison, 111. since mid-August. Mrs. Potter, who \e district deputy for the Roya Neighbors; plans to return early in November. The ' Missionary society will meet this week Friday afternoon with Mrs William Boidridge. Mrs. V. J Schichtl will have charge of the program and China will be studied. Mrs. Ralph Parsons got up a sur prise birthday party for her mother- in-law, Mrs. M. G. Parsons, Saturday evening, October 8, and 25 friends came with refreshments. Mrs. Clifford Cameron, who had been with her mother, Mrs. /R. M Watson a few months, returned to her home near Mapleton Friday morning. 'Mrs. A. McLean and Mrs. P. W Grobe motored to Mason City las Thursday and spent the day with Mrs.' Henry -Loflng. Mr. and Mrs. Forhus Stiltz writ that they are settled at Taylorville 111., and believe they are going t< enjoy living there. . . Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf, nea Bancroft, were Sunday visitors at U. B. Frankl's and Paul Mulligan's. Mre. Austin Summers and children spent a few days last week with relt- tives at Eagle Grove. were, out-of-town gue»t«. 1e* FMt*r ill 'WH**'". The Epworth League gave A recep* tlon for th« «*v, and *t*. BM«*l«y Inst Thursday''eveningi program:,, pland «olo, Florence Lund! boy* quartet! rending, Church ReverUSs, Fern Barton! talks by the Baddeley• and Forest Raney. whose farm to MT« hi The 'Paul Blumers, Other Wesley Mrs. Susan Lease entertained 22 ^members of her family at dinner Sun•day in honor of her (laughter, Mrs. 3lufus Johnson, Battle Creek, Mich., twho, after five weeks here, will soon leave for home. Out-of-town guests were the Ed, Wilbur, and Vernon Studer, and Will Walker families, •Charles and Maurice Studer, and .Henrietta Cook, all of Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Aldrich and Jerrold and Mrs. J. -F. Kunz visited from ^Friday to Sunday evening at Minneapolis, with Mrs. Aldrich's sister, IMrs. Margaret Granaaki and Mr. Aldrich's sister Mary, Mrs. Guy Clapper. Mrs. Clapper is also a sister of Mrs. Jack Cruise, and formerly lived here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Felt, who had *>een to see Mrs. Mary Felt at Mason City, and found her not seriously sick, left Wednesday, October 5, for 'Deer River and Chlsholm, Minn., where they visited friends. They visited also at Grand Forks, N. D., and the Charles Corey family at Wendt, 6. D. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison visited at New Providence from Saturday to Sunday night, with Mre. Hutchison's mother, Mrs. Margaret Lawler, and brothers Everett and Albert. "Wesley Woman Entertains Family— The John Ormsbys visited at Forest City 'Saturday, with Mrs. Ormeby's mother, Mrs. Sarah McCroden, who has been poorly of late. They found Iher able to sit up. Her daughter Irene, a nurse, is with her. Curtis Nelson, Detroit, visited his •cousin, Raymond Haneen, over Sat- •urday night. He was on the way to the farm of his brother-in-law, Amos JBonacker, near Titonka, to pick corn. Mr. and Mrs. John Amesbury and Mr. Klooz attended the Evangelical «hurch at Renwick Sunday morning. •The pastor is the Rev. Mr. Soule, friend of Mr. Klooz. The teachers, assisted by high school students, will give a three- act comedy, Polishing Papa, about November 10. The Wesley teachers attended the institute at Algona last Friday. ST, JOE PUPILS GIVE COLUMBUS DAY PROGRAM St. Joe, Oct. 18.—Room two pupils at St. Joseph's school gave a short program Columbus day, Wednesday, Oct. 12. The program follows: Orchestra selection; greetings, Martha Becker; autumn song, p'upils; seesaw, Yvonne Fuhrman; Wooden Soldier, by Mary Wagner; What Would Columbus Say, Bernice Stattleman; Jolly Darkies, Clarenne Erpelding; acrostic, eight girls; Dance of the Wild Flowers, Joseph Faber; Boyhood of Columbus, boys; Humming Bird, Mary Faber; cracker race, four boys; Humoresfjue, Alvin Erpelding; reading, boys; America. Farm Bureau Women Meet— The first meeting this season of the Women's Farm Bureau club was held at John Becker's last week Thursday. Mrs. Muriel Leaverton, H. D. A., gave the lesson on making Christmas toys to 20. This was an a-ll-day meeting beginning at 10 o'clock and each person took sandwiches and a covered dish. The lessons this year will consist mostly of sewing and in making over garments. The next meeting is to be held at Mrs. Anton Becker's November 10. Sh'ower for Mrs. Charles Hanson— A post-nuptial shower was given at the Patrick Murphy home in Livermore Saturday in honor of Mrs. Charles Hanson, who was Marie Murphy before her marriage a few weeks ago. The bride was given many useful gifts. There were 60 women present, and lunch was served at the close of the evening. A number of invited guests from St. Joe attended. Party Honors Mary Menthei— A brithday surprise party was given In honor of Mary Menthei last week Wednesday at Le Roy Thilge's. Mary's brother John, of Swea City, played his accordion for dancing. nessed greyhound races at Humboldt Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ed Hammer spent a few days last week with her daughter, Mrs. A. C. Holtzbauer, In Algona. Mary Menthei and Mrs. Ed Hammer were Sunday dinner guests at Wm. Metzen's. Marcella Thill returned home Sunday after spending several weeks here. Mrs. Joseph Becker was sick the first part of last week. Thomas J. Becker bought a new corn picker last week. only a few days' illness. Mr. Nlssen had been stricken, with .he same disease a week before. He died, but Mrs. Nlssen had contracted t, and was unable to attend the funerals - ervlces. She' was. an active member of the Baptist church, and ler funeral services were conducted by her local pastor, with the assist* ance of the Rev. Mr. Ortmyer, Meth-. odtst pastor ,at Clarion. Interment was at Clear Lake. Two daughters and two grandchildren survive her.; '-• Mr. and. Mrs.' Fay Thompson, iEa- 5le Grove, Mrs.-Ed Allen, Mr. and Mrs. 'Vernon- Stone, Mason-City,.arid Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peltzke, Webster City, also attended the funeral. . Tnendaj- CInb Studies Jewelry- Mrs. .William Wolto was hostess to the Tuesday club last week Tuesday. The lesson was on Jewelry, and each thirteen -members attending named her birthstone in response to roll call. Mrs. William Baddeley told of famous jewels of history, Including the crown jewels of England. She had several family heirlooms on display. Elinor Mae Woito 'and Dolores Voss gave a musical number. Mrs. U. S. Grant, Mrs. D. -Lang, Mrs. I. H. Benedict, Mrs. J. R. Farrell, and Rubye Godfrey are new members. Mrs, Catherine Marty 74( Dinner- Mrs. Catherine Marty was honored at a family dinner last week Sunday at the Henry' Marty's, the;"occasion being -her 74th birthday. Attending: her sons 'Edward, William, Henry, their families,. Matt, Adam, and the' daughter'Emma, .-all- Lu Verne, and the son George, his wife, and son George Jr., Mason City. A birthday cake was the table centerpiece. . Godfreys Wedded Three Years— Friday wae the third anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. De Rae Godfrey's veddlng, so the Masteson and Godfrey families were invited to be their guests Sunday evening at dinner. 'The table was centered with ,a wedding cake, also a jack o'.lantern n which were favors attached to ribbons leading to each plate. ALGONA GIRL IS HOSTESS AT COLLEGE HOMECOMING Cedar Falls, Oct. IS—Claribel daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. F. J Clark, Algona, has been selected as member of the committee on hospitality for the annual state teachers college homecoming next Saturday. The feature event of the day will be a football game between the I. S. T. C. and Morningslde college football teams. Social events are also planned. Brothers Surprise C. H. Uclity— C. H. Lichty was taken by surprise last week Wednesday, when his brothers, Harry, August, and Rufus, all of Toledo, arrived to help him celebrate his 75th birthday. A family dinner was served that evening, the brothers, and C. H.'s children, J. L., P. C., Lee, Harry and Grace attending. J. .T. CInb Studies Flowers— The J. J. club met at Mrs. Albert Hefti's 'Friday 14 members and one gueet, Mrs. Lawrence Miller, attending. Fall flowers were named and discussed at roll call. Mrs. Lawie Lindebaka nd Mre. Lena Wolf read papers on the care of bulbs. Mrs. ,T. S. Robinson Honored— Fifteen members of the Methodist Senior Ladies 'S. S. Bible class surprised Mrs. J. V. Robinson at her daughter, Mrs. Harry Lichty's last week Monday. Mrs. Dick Weimer- sen and Mrs. William Perkins, Corwith, other daughters of Mrs. Rob- home burned down last week Monday, have been at <P. Emrle's, near Humboldt, but are fixing up temporary living quartets in a machine shed on the farm, They saved most of their furniture. Lntheran T. P. 8. Has Social— The Lutheran Y. P. S. had asocial In the church basement last week Tuesday evening, with lunch served by Henry Zwiefel.. Jnnlors Plan Class Party— The juniors are* ..beginning practice on a class play, 'Polishing Papa, with a cast of five boys and five girls. Ln Verne Conple Wed In 8. D*— Ethel Luchsinger and-Harry Stauf- acher were married laet week Wednesday at Canton, S. D. L. C. RlchardslSeported Dead— L. C. Richards, formerly here, died recently at Newman, III, following a stroke. ,, Renwick Ifhie Defeats !•« Verne— The high school ball team was defeated last Thursday by the Renwick team, 6-1. Other Ln Verne News. Most of the teachers spent the week-end out of town, after attending Institute at Algona: Norma Partridge visited a friend at Granger; Miss Roorda went home to Pella; Mr. Graham, at Prairie City; Misses Skinner and Swenson and Mrs. Morrison, at Algona. Leona Ramus, assistant to Postmaster Phillips, returned Sunday from' two weeks at Mineapolis, Huron. S. Dak., and Mason'City. The Lewis Petersons, with^ whom she spent last week at Mason City, spent Sunday at the. parental W. L. . Ramus home. Mrs. Harold Phillips, delegate from the county federation, and Mrs. F.. I.-Chapman, attended tenth district federation meeting at Emmetsburg last Wednesday, accompanied by Mrs. Burdette Agard, Algona. Newton Bolin, Armstrong, came Saturday to visit his sister Mre. M. M. Lowmiller and the Lowmillers spent Sunday at Eagle Grove with Mrs. E. L. Lowmiller, recent patient at Mercy hospital, iFort Dodge. The Georgre Brownlewees, Clarion, and the Schipulls, Renwick, were at Albert Schipull's Sunday, honoring TWO I CAfl ACCIDENT NEAR BANCROFT Bancroft, Oct 18.—Art Accident oe* curred At the No*. 9 and 1«» Junction six mltea north of Bancroft Friday morning, when a Whippet coupe drvten by J. J. Sherman, and a Chev* rolet owned by tars. Emtna Struck, Blue Earth, but driven by Mrs. 8. O. W4lmert. Blue Earth, accompanied by her husband, collided. The steer ing wheel on the Sherman 'car ;\tfa broken, and a spoke : -gashed Mr. Sherman's chest on. the left side. Both his knee* were bruised. Mrs. Wltmert had an arm broken And euf- fered bruises. The Sherman car was hospital Tuesday morning. tfttckwhlch to attend the funeral of the former* brother-in-law, a Mr. » aehettinW, Killed ih an Auto accident SYlday night. Mr, BanAbehuHs 1* manager of the men's department at Ken* br. ft. B. Weber will move hit office t6 roorri* over th* Carmcan drug store us «won As they *re Vacated by Dr. J. A. toevlne, who* recently purchased the iFJrst -National bank building and has remodeled It for professional -usey ,;|j ; >•'; . '••>:-/.• >. Mrs, K»reli timor Patient— , Mrs. Jphn Karels underwent an operation for tumOr 'at the Wohnke badly wreckedj the Chevrolet was damaged some. Mr. Sherman was going to Swea City, and the Wilmerts were coming here, from Lakota. To Pass Winter In Kansas— Mrs. , ; Peter Gilles. and; daughter Viola went to Wlnfleld, ( ,Kaiw., v last week Wednesday with Mrs. Frank Tlbbette, and will spend':the wnlter there.' Mrs. Tlbbetto came here a month ago to help care for Mrs. Gilles, who broke'a knee in a fall while she was storing .fruit In her basement. Mrs. -Tibbete is a -twin sister of Mrs, Gilles. - ' W. C. 0. F. Party Next Snmtay— The W. C. O. F. met.lsjst Thursday evening at. the Foresters' hall, and after business cards were played. It was decided to hold a benefit card party next Sunday evening at the hall; Mrs. Lena Meyers, Mrs. Bert Carr, daughter Margaret, Mable Schneider, Theresa Stelflung, and Mrs. Tom Von Bank," committee. Legion Post Elects Officers— The Legion post elected officers last,week Monday evening:^(Francis Bradley, commander;' E.*. J.' Seeney, vice;' L." J.yXockfer,,adjutant;':Tom Garry, service officer; Mike Droessler, historian; Paul Grimes, chap-; lain:'•>• A 1 dutch -lunch''was' served. The meeting was' held at' Bradley's hall. The post hau 43 members. Karels' Landlord In Accident- John Karels and his son Arend spent Sunday at Fort Dodge with the former's landlord, Mr. Frlnk, whow as hurt recently near Humboldt when he was coming here. -He > Other Bancroft News. , The Cathdllc missionary ' society met last Thursday at the Foresters' hall. Mrs, Tom Guest "won high score at 600; Mrs. H. B. Menke, at bridge. -Mrij. Ai r Hi B"uchs, Mrw, Bridget •Qulnrf, and Mrs. -Kohnke. were the e,ntertA!n}ng committee. Mrs "Lena Meyer* i will J «rit*ttaln > this week Thursday. ' .. ' Esther, Alice, and Hannah Olson a Mr. Milter, and two.sons spent Saturday and Sunday at the Olof Ol- son'e. • Mr> Miller and the, sons went pheasant hunting In Minnesota Sunday, returning .to Minneapolis tha evening. Hannah Olson Is employed at the Miller home. . At a Forester card party' -last week Monday, night, Mrs. Charles Baker and A. A. Droeesler. won high a bridge, and Mr. and .Mrs.' Otto Vaake high at 500. Kelley'0 Kellodlans, Britt, 'played for a dance. A large crowd attended. ' •• ,-. •Frank Deltering, daughter, Mm. Harry Hllt*. and son Charles are at Burlington, visiting the Arnold -Delt- erlngs and Ed , Kelsoe, ' Mrs. Kelso and Ariioid being' ^ther children of ' '" '' ' * . as week to visit look after bnrt nwtt son entertained the test Thursda Sunday to visit his helml: uncle, p. I George 'Kadow, gehl> , • came SUnday („ V | S | t t j*^ csslers. e W Sexton ••MMMH Peter Hanson, Is seriously sick care of Doctor Kcncflck" llrt a YinnM 1_. _ .* ji . ' ho» been bed fat Tuesday. since lag, Mr. and Mrs. Tony i ents of a K IH, born ' Minnie Kutschara | 8 Seller and the housework. The Ladles Aid will h here Supper will he 25c. serve a , , this week Thursday .. , • Mr. and Mrs. Jbh'n;;Bernhard went' to Carroll last Week Wednesday, and their •-• :<aaughter,i '• Mrs.- George Hess, ana hft son -John ''came ' here with them for ,a weekVJ vlsiC Y Mrs. Jos. Wilhelml 'and" her three children returned Sunday from Irv- lngton, where they had visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mm- V. J. Schichtl, since last Thursday. Randall Horton Spent a few days last week with his mother, Mrs. parents of a boy $ U ' second son. Mn, Huff. n ^ Andrew Baker, Mason CltylJ Ing for mother and bate Mr. and Mrs. Henry oi spent -Friday with their Mrs. Fred Nenrine, and Mr did repair work at the static* . Arthur, son of Mr. and Mn'l Clnk, has been sick since last? day with summer flu. .There was roller skatlAr iH •loco}.. hall .Saturday night. I The Aid women spent Monl»j nlng.at the Wise home tleuur.i for.ter'for their bazaar-. -*•' 'Butt Booster Meetliil Burt, Oct. 18.—A county I. oil Rebekah booster meeting nffll held here next week Tuesday'iy Among program numbers rtlll one-act play, At the StrctJ Twelve, a solo by Vcra ChipmiI The Tattler, by Esther Olaon.'! the eighth birthday of.Everett.Schip- ull. •Armentha Johnson underwent an appendicitis operation at the Lutheran hospital Fort Dodge, last Thursday evening. Gus and Emma Krause and the Arthur Krauses spent Sunday at the June Krause's at Wlnnebago, Minn. Alton Benedict left Sunday for Milwaukee. His brother Ira is manager of a grocery store there. , • Edythe Gardner, Los Angeles, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Trenary became parents of a boy last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Smith went to Dexter, Minn., Friday to visit their son Hoyt till Sunday. The Harvey Enfields attended a family gathering at Humboldt Sunday. The cemetery association met at Mrs. Henry Peitzke's last Thursday. i Good Hope I The Rust College Singers have Jjeen secured for an evening of music at the Good Hope church Tuesday, November 1. This is a group of young*people from a Methodist college for Negroes at Holly Springs, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Heine, Wa- •verly, and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Nine- jdorf, Waterloo, the women daughters of Mr. and Mre. Jos. Madden and nieces of Mrs. Wm. Treptow, accompanied by a young nephew, Stopped briefly at Treptow's Sunday •evening enroute home from Wheaton, where they 'had been called by word of the serious illness of a sister. Mrs. R. B. Johnson, Long Beach, Calif., te a guest at the Good Hope parsonage. The Good Hope L. A. S. will be the guest of the Whittemore L. A. S. at Sirs. L. W. ^Thursday. Swanson's this week Arthur Gustafson had an abscessed tooth last week, but is about his work again, following extraction •which required a bit of minor surgery. Mrs. Otto Engsti-om got home Sunday from 'Los Angeles, where she had gone to see her brother, Alex Nelson, who for some months has been living at San Fernando in hope of recovering- his health. His con- dtiion was complicated recently by an operation for removal of a pus died appendix. This left him in critical condition. Mr. Nelson, formerly a. commercial salesman out of Sioux City, had visited the Engetroras here. Mrs. Engstrom was away two weeks «ad her daughter Betty te staying Lunch was served at a late hour to 40. Birthday Party is Given— A birthday party was given at Peter Haisrude's Friday In honor of Lee McConnell. The Steve Lass orchestra furnished music for dancers. Lunch was served at a late hour to 30. Corn Is Breaking "Tough."— A number of corn huskers are complaining of sprained wrists. A part of the corn breaks exceedingly "tough." Other St. Joe. Nell Hanifan, of Algona, and her mother, Mrs. M. Hanifan, of St. Joe, spent Sunday at Bernard Hanlfan's near Livermore. Nell returned to Algona Sunday evening and Mrs. Hanifan remanled at her son's for a couple of weeks. Cornelia Faber, of West Bend, was a Sunday visitor at the Paul Thilges home. Mrs. Buttermore and daughter Augusta and Mrs. Sweeney, all of West Bend, were Sunday visitors at John Orlger's. A number from here attended a St. Cecelia's church bazaar at Algona last Monday and Tuesday. Nick Thilges and Louis Schmidt attended a Sacred Heart church bazaar in Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Thilges, accompanied by John Hammer and Mary Menthei, spent one day recently at Swea City visiting the women's sister, Mrs. Arthur Brandt. The school children had a vacation Friday while the Sisters of St. Joseph's school attended teachers' institute at Algona. Joseph and Peter Becker picked corn with their Farm-all corn picker a few days 'last week on the John Theil farm. STATE OF IOWA Executive Department. A IMlOCiAMATIOA'. By the Governor: Pursuant to law, I Dan W. Turner, Governor of tho State of Iowa, do hereby proclaim, make known and give notice that at the general election to be held on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in November, A. D. 1932, it being the eighth day of November A. D. 1932, the following offices are to be filled by the vote of all the electors of the State, to-wit: The office of President of the United States; The office of Vice-Fresldent of the United States; . The office of Senator to the Congress of the United States from the State of Iowa; The office of Governor of the State of Iowa; The office of Lleutenant-Governor of the State of Iowa; The office of Secretary of State of the State of Iowa; The office of Auditor of State ef the State of Iowa; The office of Treasurer of State of the State of Iowa; The office of Attorney General of the State of Iowa; The office of Secretary of Agriculture of the State of Iowa; The office of Railroad Commissioner of the State of Iowa; The office of Judge of the Supreme Court of the State of Iowa; Three Judges for full terms and one Judge to fill vacancy. I further proclaim, make known, and give notice that at said general election so to be held on the 8th day of November, A. D. 1932, the following offices are to be filled by the vote of the electors of the several Congressional, Senatorial, Representative and Judicial Districts, to-wit; By vote of the electors of the following Congressional Districts: The office of Representative in Congress from the First Congressional District; The office of Representative in Congress from the Second Congressional District; The office of Representative in Congress from the Third Congressional District; The office of Representative in Congress from the Fourth Congressional District; The office of Representative in Congress from the Fifth Congressional District; The office of Representative in Congress 'from -the Sixth Congressional District; The office of Representative in Congress from the Seventh Congressional District; The office of Representative in Congress from the Eighth Congressional District; The office of Representative in Congress from the Ninth Congressional District; By the vote of the electors of the following Senatorial Districts: In the Senatorial Districts numbered Second, Third, Fourth, FHfth, Sixth, Eighth, Eleventh, Fourteenth, Ffteenth, Sixteenth, Seventeenth, Nineteenth, Twenty-third, Twenty-fourth, Twenty- fifth, Twenty-sixth, Twenty-seventh, Twenty-eighth, Thirty-first, Thirty-second, Thirty-third, Thirty-sixth, Thirty-ninth, Fortieth, Forty-first, Forty- third, Forty-sixth, Forty-seventh, Forty-eighth and Forty-ninth, each one Senator. By the vote of the electors of the following Representative Districts: In the counties of Polk, Woodbury, Linn, Scott, Pottawattamle, Dubuque, Black Hawk, Clinton and Lee, each two representatives. In «ill other counties of ,the state; each one representative,. The office of Judge of the District Court as follows: The Third Judicial District, one Judge for- short term; The Fourth Judicial District, one Judge for short term; The Fifth Judicial District, one Judge for short term; The 'Eighth Judicial District, one Judge; The Ninth Judicial District, one Judge for short term; The Twelfth Judicial District, two Judges; and one Judge for short term; The Thirteenth Judicial District,' one Judge; The Fourteenth Judicial District, one Judge; The Fifteenth Judicial. District, one Judge;'and one Judge for short term; The Twentieth Judicial District, one Judge; • The Twei\ty-flrst Judicial District, one Judge; .Wherefore, all electors throughout the state and throughout the several districts herein especially named will take due notice, and'the sheriffs of the several counties will 'take official notice ' hereof ' and . be gore.rne'd accordingly. In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the Great Seal of the State of Iowa. Done at DCS Moines, this twenty- ninth day of September, A. D. 1932. .DAN W. TURNER, (SEAL) Governor. Attest: G. C. GREENWALT, Secretary of State. SHERIFF'S PROCLAMATION'. To the voters of Kossuth county, Iowa, greeting: In pursuance of the law and the proclamation of- the governor of the state of Iowa, as found above, I, L. E. Hovey, sheriff of Kossuth county, Iowa, do hereby issue this proclamation to the electors of this county: That in addition to the offices named In the proclamation of the governor, published above, the following 1 offices of-the 'county and supervisor districts are to be filled by a vote of the electors of said county and districts in the said general election to be held on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in November, A. D., 1932, it being the 8th day of November A. D., 1932. The office of county auditor. The office of county treasurer. The office of Clerk of the District Court. The office of county sheriff. The^ office of county recorder. The office of, cpunty attorney. • The office of county coroner. The office of member of the board of supervisors from the first district, for the regular term beginlng January, £i 100 4, The office of member ot the boArd of supervisor from the second district, for the regular term begnlulng January, 2, 1933. , The office of member of the board of supervisor from the third district, for the regular term beginning January, 2, 1934. The office of member of the board of supervisor from the fourth district, for the regular term beginning January 2, 1933. The offices of justice of the peace, constable, township cleric and township assessor in tlie several townships of the county. And that the_poHs on the said Tuesday next after the first Monday In, November, A. D., 1932, will' be opened; at eight o'clock a. m. and close at seven o'clock p. 91. of said day under the rules and restrictions of the statute. In witness whereof, I have hereunto sat jny hanfl at Algoua. Jowa, the day of Q.ctober, A, D., 1932, J* aRQyWE, •—•"-. County. -Iowa MODERN SCIENCE! changes coal smote fo lieaj] with this better coal Look for in tht Coal it«« T»gg f/. Grenadier—the welt-liked Conioli- dation Millerp Creek Coal-it now treated with Chemacol. An amaij ing secret compound that miw» thia good coal still better! Gr«»w reduces wasteful smoke and soot-* a saving on every ton. Thousands know Grenadier, der and reorder it regularly. is the time of all tjmes.to join satisfied ranks, Orenadier w P for today's pocketbooki. Order» your supply now. GRENADIER/ ««NUINI <ONiOUDATIOH MIIUR«REI

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