Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1932
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ty Fair Report ^JHUrwgrtt Prteident,. P. P. Zerfoss, Secretfcrv and M T nn * ** Ktei "S^ l ^i ol ri^£t~ „„ — lEtVvS or tu6 State of Iowa held n fn iv i r^minft)' Tf*ftt*'-mi tTio Rtv» in on, i -' lair Known county uair on tne bin to 9th days of Sentemhpr 11^9 i« £*£%. J ™V and .«jat the Bald fair consisted ITITONKA HOST TO 11 COUNTY P. T. A, GROUPS •aspzsrxs: ys<£ rrrir pfeit»lums won at the fair for the current year ^mithnt P^tnte aWo-unt was paid for «peed events or To I JecurTZes £ farther depose andI say-that the attached financial statement la a f and complete statement of the receiptsand expenditures for the cur- It year fttid that the attached statistical data is true and correct I C. B. MURTAOH, 'President. 1 ' P- 'P. ZEHPASS, Secretary. . H. L. OILMORE, Treasurer J subscribed and sworn to before me this 15th day O f October, 1932 by h. Murtagh, President, P. P. Zerfass; Secretary, and H. L. ailmore Insurer of the above named society or association. ; RECEIPTS i Cash on hand from last report, deficit « 607g 66 'elpts outside gates (inc.,season and family tickets) . $4003.04 •elpts'day grand and quater stretch 400.67 Llpts night grandstand and Quarter stretch 344.36 Total'ticket sales __ 4D0407 Cessions and privileges I07s'.50 ng in premium, list and program 130.00 (this year'anticipated) _„ 200000 jceltaneous receipts of fair: gtall and pen rent; .exhibit space rentals, ' and other entry fees __ _ 585,21 I From all other.sources of fair ; 561.34 Total miscellaneous receipts of fair 1140.55 Total receipts of fair _;' 9254.12 ; y aid _-—-,- — : 1500.00 receipts,—J.;—-———. _ 750.36 ifotal receipts from sources other' than fair 2280 36 'Grand.'total receipts -.IIH"$5455 86 , ;. . DISBURSEMENTS t ,,i premiums; '; s Horses, ponies and mulea 323.50 i Cattle (beef and dairy) 598.00 : Swine :'-'-— 539.00 Sheep, wool and goats — 101.00 Poultry and pet stock ; 33.50 Agricultural products — 151.50 Fruits, plant and flowers .- 53.76 Culinary • products _.. 195.25 ! Textile and art 'departments — 360.75 ] School exhibits _„___— _ 132.43 Baby health department 25.00 , Dairy products——— 43.60 Total open premiums 2857.18 iiir-H Club Premiums:Colts -i.-— - 7.00 Baby beeves and pure bred heifers 227.00 pigs —.._—..—__—.— 41.00 Lambs —•——:--———. 8.00 Poultry — .—. 2.50 Other than live stock _•_ 91.50 Total Four-H Club Premiums. 377.00 Total premiums other than speed ; 3234.18 nlums for speed.-.-. 624.99 Music and attractions 3172.22 scellaneoua expenses of fair: Advertising ___— ._! 1160.00 i Printing ——_—— 250.00 Postage _-__—._ 19.00 Salaries '-— 750.00 All other expenses,of fair 1262.55 Total miscellaneous expenses of fair 3441.55 Total,expense,of fair . —10,472.94 lebtedness of previous years paid : •_ 525.00 isurance, interest,-•. .etc•,._: '. 997.73 jalntenance of grounds and buildings 526.33 Total expense other than fair - 1,524.06 Grand' total disbursements „„.„ . 12,522.00 Balance on hand—overdraft 7,066.18 STATISTICAL DATA. Admission fee charged at outside gates—adults BOc, children 25c, ve- [cles25c; admission fee charged at grandstand—day 35c and 20c, night 35c 1 20c; total number-admission, day grandstand 2833; total number ad- islons, night'grandstand 2036. Total attendance at fair (include both paid and non-paid admissions) 1(100; total number>paj*admlssions outside gates 10,708; total number ex- Pprs, all depart men ta 1,826; number of exhibitors, livestock depart- jents 97; number of horses on exhibition 60; number of cattle on exhl- plon 124; number of-swine on exhibition, 225; number of sheep on exhi- tlon, B3; number of birds on exhibition (poultry department) 737. Are grounds owned by society or county? Society. Millage levied for xt year's county aid, .1. Amount you anticipate levy will return, $1000.00. low many acres In the grounds? 40. Estimated value of grounds and 1m- Vements, $75,000,00. Present indebtedness, $22,500.00. Officers,of;, the.'fair—^President, C. B. Murtagh, Algona, Iowa; vice 'iildent, "W. T. Peters, Burt, Iowa; secretary P. P. Zerfass, Algona, Iowa; surer, H. L, Gilmore, Algona, Iowa. Tltonka, Oct. 25—A short .program Is being planned and tea will be served at Mrs. Ray Budlong's this week Tuesday, when the Tltonka Parent-Teacher association will entertain the county Parent-Teacher units. Tltonka's unit was first to federate out of 11 units in the county. Mrs. Ethel Collester, president of t'he north central district, will be a g'uest. Local committees ,in the Tltonka-unit are: program, Mrs. Budlong, Mrs. H. C, Ball, Mrs. George Bona'cker; membership, town dvllslon, Mrs, 'L. B. Larson, Mrs. Ray Bonacker, and country division, Mrs. 13dw. Zwelfel, Mrs. Ray Oesterreicher; schools, Supt. Hoon; social service, Mrs. 'Fred Wentz, Estelle Bonacker; health, Doctor Tor- gorsen, Theodore Duhmlre; religious education, Mrs. William Schram; publicity chairman, Mrs. J. F.'lTlsh- er; refreshments, Mrs. Ray Hansen, Mrs. Otto Falk, Mrs. William Rlek- lefs; finance, William Boyken, Mrs. Andrew Peterson, Mrs. M. S. Craven; hospitality, Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe, Mrs. Ethel Downs, Mrs. Jay Budlong, Ethel Wellemeyer, Miss Crone, and Nellie Nelson. Intorcluss B. B. Tourney Held— The first half of an interclass basketball tournament was held last Thursday at the sohoolhouse. The seniors and the freshmen played, and the score was 64-8 in favor of the seniors. In a junior-sophomore game the score ws 19-7 In favor of the juniors. Winners were to play winners and losers the losers Monday night to determine the school championship. Auxiliary Drive for Membership— The membership committee of the Legion Auxiliary, Irene Peterson, chairman, Is busy on a membership drive this week in an effort to meet the unit quota by November. 1. Mrs. Peterson is assisted by Mildred Jennings, Garena Pannkuk, and Mrs. W. J. Denton. The Fred Adamsons visited friends at Charles City Sunday. YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME HAMS . .SHAIfKLESS ! ;8M6KE1> PICNICS Ib. 91c Peanut Brittle Ib. lOc SWEET SANTOS PEABERRY Excellent 'flavor '.' and strength. Free from quak- crs and sour beans. fO« , J. yc FIRST PRIZE Buckwheat The very highest quality grown and milled In New York State. SUPEBB' PEANUT BUHEa is* .ISe HALLOWEEN DATES, NEW CROP, 2 IBS 250 BISCUIT FLOUR COMB HONEY COMB HONEY The finest flavored comb honey for your hot biscuits ...25c THEEE CAKES- AWOTS .PACK NO. 10 CAN 380 AND HALVES—/ NO, 10 CAN 390 f Ib. - 5c See p for Special Price* ~ • It Apple* Ran Murray Speaks at Bancroft Demo Ratty K0380TH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALOONA. tOWA Bancroft, Got. 25—Ray Murray, of Buffalo Center, democratic candidate for state secretary of agriculture, gave an 'address at the Forester hall last week Tuesday evening 1 before a large audience. All democratic can? i dldates tor county office except J. J. Dooley, Algona, were Introduced. Mr. Dooley, who Is running for recorder, was sick. Chairman C. B. Murtagh, of the county central committee, and Attorney L, >E. Llnnan gave short talks. Mr. Murray, who i Is a farmer, Is widely known Iti Le- I glon circles, and when he became a' candidate for office, 'he resigned a Legion position. Legion rules do not permit an official to retain office when he runs for a political Job. quite suddenly Friday night. The B'raytons formerly lived here. Many Attend a. 0. P. Meeting— Among Tltonklans attending a woman's republican ^raily at Burt last week Tuesday were Mesdames H. A. 'French, Fred Adamson, Andrew Peterson, J. J. Budlong, Roy Budlong, William Rleklefs, Turner, Oscar Miller, Merle Larson, R. C. Ball, L. B. Larson, and Raymond Krantz, and Miss Etta Stecker. Farmer Suffers Head Wound— William Schram suffered a blow on the head from a cattle bar Saturday, while he was' loading cattle. He was taken to Doctor Hamstreet's office, where it was found that he was not hurt seriously. Mr. Schram had intended ,to go with the stock to Chicago, but the doctor told him to stay at 'home. . • Aunt of Mrs. Herons Passes— Regina Berens, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Berens, and sister, Mrs. Jos. Menke, went to Le Mars last Thursday, and 'Friday morning attended the funeral of Mrs. Berens' aunt, Mrs. Thomas 'Graser. From | Le Mars they went to Omaha, where | they were" to visit'the Lee. Browns 1 and Leone Berens till this week Wednesday. Mrs. Brown and Leone are also daughters of Mr. and Mrs. : Berens. Regina teaches at 'Seneca, 1 but the school Is closed now for a two weeks corn-picking vacation. Visitor Hns Operation Here— R. J. Schwartz, Prairie du Sac, Wis., was operated on at Mrs. Imelda (Doyle's Sunday night at 11:30. Mr. and Mrs. Schwartz came Friday to visit the laltter's mother, Mrs. Doyle, and planned to go home Monday. Mr. Schwartz suffered two attacks of appendicitis Sunday, and an immediate operation was advised. Miss Alma Madison, R. N., Lone Rock, is caring for 'him. E<bv. Droeggler Hom e Again— Edward Droessler got home lasJt week from Rochester, where he had been a patient since September 1. His weight has been reduced from 362 pounds to 297 pounds, and he was advised to lose 40 more pounds. He is on a strict diet, but Is much improved. W. C.' 0. F. Party Well Attended- There were 33 tables of bridge and 500 at a benefit card party Sunday night at the 'Forester 1 hall given by the W-. C. O. IF. Mrs. J. A. Devine and Jos. Vaske won high at 500; Mi's. H. J. Deiterlng and Emery Del- •tering, 'at bridge. Long Gives "Vengeance" Talk— J. W. Long, ousted state auditor, spoke briefly here last week Tuesday morning before a small audience •on the street. His car was equipped with a loud speaker, and he was accompanied by E. R. Appel, former Des Moines newspaper man. Many to Brayton Funeral— A large crowd from here attended the funeral of William Brayton, Algona Sunday. Mr. Brayton died Kathryn Schram 14; Party— A surprise birthday party was given for Kathryn 'Schram, 14, last week Tuesday night. Attending were Leota Oesterreicher, Mildred, Fern and Harold Krantz, Barbara . Ball, Edlthmae Budlong, Edith Reynolds, Donald Callies, ^Wilbur Schram, and Lewis and Vern Bacon. Monthly Hadlo Party Held— A monthly radio party and work meeting of the Legion Auxiliary will be held this week 'Friday at Mrs. W. J. Denton's, with the membership committee as hostesses. A short program has been arranged for by the music committee. Reception Honors New Pastor— A reception was given 'Friday night at the Methodit church for the new pastor, the Rev. Fremont Faul, and his family. Other Tltonka News. The annual .•sessions of the grand lodge, of the Odd 'Fellows, the grand encampment, and the state Rebekalh assembly were held at Cedar Rapids October 17-21, and from this district Mr., and Mrs, J. F. 'Fisher, Titonka, were .representatives. •Guido Sartor, attending school at Iowa City; 'drove home 'Friday, accompanied -by' Bett'y Lee, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dryland, Cedar Rapids, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe. They went back Sunday. Clifford Krantz, who' has been attending a business college at Mason City during the last tew months, came home Friday for the week-end with his parents, Mr, and Mrs, Raymond Krantz. Irene, eldest daughter of Edw. Callles, has been taking a beauty course at Sioux City during the last few months. She came* hoine last week •Wipdrif3day 'liigjit 'for a ; visit till'Sunday. '" The Theodore. Dunmlres, : accompanied by two high school teachers, Lela B, Stephens and Aline •CTohn- son, drove to Des Moines Friday to spend the week-end with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. de. Vries, of Prlmghar, and their •'granddaughter, Chariot. Ohme, were Sunday guests at the Stephen de Vrles home. Mrs. L. G. Gartner, Rowan, wife of a former Methodist pastor "here, spent last week with Mrs. Ray Han- sen'and other local friends. Robert, son of John Wood Sr., had been visiting relatives at Mlnneapo- Us, but came home one .day last week, The Harry Seeds, accompanied by Irma Campbell, music teacher, drove to Hampton Sunday to visit relatives. Arlene Lewis, Lakota, was a last week Wednesday and Thursday vW- tor at the Edw. Callles home. The" Raymond Krantsses attended a home-talent play at Algona, last week Tuesday night. Arthur Jay Budlong and Phydells Peterson were Algona callers Bunday evening, Chris Brandt has been suffering from blood-poisoning In bis left hand. The John Schroeders,, Brltt, were Sunday callers atJWiUlam Boyken'a. TOMS* KHfc Horse, Wesley,' Oct. IS.-^Peter Qrelner, Algona, driving «• servlge truck Satr urflay n l'ght, coljjcled, wl#* » ****» and wagon driven by Cteorge Hanig, near the Hanlg place, south, of West ley. O»e horse was kUU}4, an* Mr, Hanigr aw* hi? fpn, wer* tjhjojrn ojut and badJy'bjMrtwsS. Tfc« t>W Wfl 9l the truck Other Bancroft The A. W, Kennedys and Mrs. Hattle Roblnso>n took J. E. Kennedy to' Madella, Minn., Sunday to meet John KennedjV'jvhp, took him thence to hls/hbmfe at'Hu.tch.lHspn, Minn., for a few /days; ' jir. Kennedy 'has been managing the Kennedy store since June, when the former manager, A. W. Kennedy, 'became vice president and 'cttshler of the bank .due to the death of L. .F, Kennedy. Mrs. O. D. Hart, daughter Antoinette, Mrs. Mary Segar, 'Mrs. John Williams, daughter Bernlce spent Saturday and Sunday at Sioux City at the Dr. J. H. Lynch home. Mrs. Lynch Is a sister of *Irs. Williams arid Mrs. Hart, and Mrs. Segar is their mother. Mrs. Harry Hlltz, son Charles, and iher father, F. X. Deiterlng, returned last week Wednesday from Burllng- 'ton, where they spent two weeks at Edw, Kelso's and Arnold Deiterlng's. Haittle Robinson helped in the Hiltz cafe during Mrs. Hiltz's absence.- The Catholic Missionary society met at the Forester 'hall last Thursday afternoon, and Mrs. Lena Meyers entertained. At cards Mrs. Anna B. Mescher won high at 500; Mrs. L. J. Mousel, at bridge. This was the last of a series. Georgia Carmean sperit the weekend at Mason City with friends. She teaches in high school here. Her mother, Mi's. George Carmean, went to Des Moines Sunday to attend the funeral of a close friend. . Patrick, son of Mr, and Mrs. Paul Grames, celebrated his sixth birthday last week Monday by entertaining six friends at the Ambrose A. Call state park, Algona. •Hubert Hood and Jos. Williams, of Humboldt, spent Sunday 'with their people here. Mr. Hood is managing an I. G. A. store, ands Joseph is employed there. Mrs. George Hess and her son John returned to' Carroll Monday, after ten days visit with the former's- parents, Mr. and Mrs. John 'Bernhard. The Aid was entertained last week Wednesday afternoon In the Baptist church basement by Mrs. R. L. Rossman, Mable Howe, and Doris McCoy. Raymond Wllhelml went to Jollet, 111., 'Friday to visit his uncle, Adam Wllhelml, He rode with Kelly Wilhelmi,' who had spent several days here. Bertha Lampe, R. N., Fort Dodge, is spendfhg two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lampe. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Duddlng have a new girl born last week Wednesday, named Doris, the first girl. E. K. HulterstrunvBaraboo, Wis., spent the (first of the week with Bancroft, friends. "Arthur Rone and Albert Nemmers, Waverly, spent Sunday at the Maltt Nemmers home. LEDYARD JUNIOR THIS LAY FRIDAY BURT CHILD'S LEG MANGLED BY ELEVATOR Burt, Oct. 25—La ' Vonne, four year-old daughter*of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shlpler, met with a painful accident last Tuesday. She was out playing where a grain elevator was being used and got her leg caught in the belt. The muscles and tendons of the leg were badly mangled and the bone was -Injured slightly. She was brought to Dr. Clapaaddle's office, where her injury was ' cared for, it being necessary to take about 75 stitches to close the wounds. Mrs. D. E. Fitch Home Again— Mrs. D. E.. Fitch, who has been In Sterling, HI., a number of weeks helping care for her mother, returned home last Thursday, Her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Golder, % Denver, Colo., and their two children' brought her .home* and • remained here'-till Friday. A cousin Maurice Wilson, 1 'Nelson, 111., -also came home with her and remained for a week's visit...Mrs. 'Fitch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Stone, left last week Wednesday with their daughter, Mrs, A. A.' Graham, for her home at Holly Hill, Fla. Although Mr, and Mrs. Stone were both In poor health' it was hoped that the milder climate would benefit them, The Stones formerly lived near Burt, • • ' Claude Hawk Returns Home- Claude Hawk left Saturday for Ills home, at .Brockton, Mont,, after be- lijg here "a riumber of weeks with his wife,, who died a week ago. He was -accompanied by his niece, Mary Ellen Marlow, who will return with her Brother, who has been helping care for Mr. Hawk's ranch during his absence. Attend O, E. S. Grand lodge- Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Klamp, Mrs, Elizabeth Patterspn/ and Mrs. E. E. Paine went to Cedar Rapids Sunday to attend the Grand Chapter of the O, B. S, this week. The Klamps Will also visit relatives at Mt. Vernon, and Mrs. Patterson will visit a sister In Cedar Rapids, Nelson Restaurant Is Opened— Mrs. I, W. Nelson opened her res- tauranjs In the Sfcow building formerly occupied by the bakery Monday morning. The building, has been redecorated and put In first class shape. Auxiliary to Rare Piirtjr-n Mrs. Lillian Sigler, assisted by Mrs. I, IV. Hansen and Mrs. L. V. McWhorter, will entertain the- Legion Auxiliary at % radio party Friday afternoon. file J-ockwoo<} 4; Has Party-, Pale , Lpckwood 'celebrated big rojjrth birthday Saturday afternoon entertaining a number of little boy friends at a party. Ministers |» Jfee* JR Bsrt^ ." preBkyterl&n jnlnlsters and wives of the county •will meet a^ the Rev. a. H. Aten's Friday afternoon. Other Bart Jfewi, . . t4< G- Volentine went to §8»i bora last Thvr^ay to 'visit ber " "' x W^ni^ie, tea^ep |hffl?e t ipnjs - Q% ij»ej(fiea4, Mrs. Volentine as far as Hartley, where she visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Elliot went to Buffalo Center Saturday to help their son move. Mrs. H. A. Gettman and children accompanied them and visited Mrs. Gettman's. parents. Her father, who is 88 years old, is in poor health. Dr. W. T. Peters has bought out the interest of his tenant, John Dacken, who will .move the first of January. Emil Bellinger has rented the farm for another year. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Lee and Mrs. Will Hathaway, Eagle Grove, visited several days last week at J. N. Holding's. Mrs. Holding went back with them for a week's visit. 'Dr. and Mrs. E. J. .Aten, Am- brldge, Pa., arrived a week ago Monday to visit Dr. Aten's brother, the Rev. S..H. Aten. They left Saturday for home. The J. O. Isenbergers and Lottie Hawcott drove to Des Moines to spend t'he week-end with the Berton Isenbergers. They returned Monday. •Mrs. R. E. Gabriel and son Bobby, Armstrong, visited' from Thursday to Friday at M, M.'Chlpman's. Mrs. Gabriel and Mrs. Ohlpman are sisters. '• •'; . ,'. . • Zlta and Zola"GiddIngs entertained their 'Sunday school class Friday evening at a Halloween party. Ruth Hodgson Is teacher of the class. The young ladies' class of the Methodist Sunday school enjoyed a party at Vera Chlpman's 'Friday. Mrs. Gerald Brace is teacher. •Lorena Schwletert returned to Des Moines Sunday after ten days vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. 'H. Schwietert. Mrs. Collins Colvin, Lansing, Mich,., arived 'Sunday evening -to visit her uncle, Edwin Ohafee, and cousin', Mrs. G, C, Allen. A number of Burt people attended the republican rallies at both Algona and Bancroft Monday to hear Governor Turner speak. M. C. Bowie visited friends in Des Moines over the week-end, "Alice Eighme accompanied him and visited, an aunt. Mrs. C. H, Reynolds, Eunice Ward; and Frank Burger - visited at Carl Reynold's home at :Corwlth Sunday, Portland. F. B. women met last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Henry Smith. A good progam was given. ' | Mildred Anderso.n Anna Overgaard and Charlotte Warrjor spent (he week-end with friends at Fort Dpdge. Florence stow entertained a number of-young people at a party at fter.home last Thursday evening. The Wm, Larsons, Brttt, visaed Sunday at C. L. Holding's. Mrs. Holding and Mrs. Larson are slaters. Mrs. Charles Morris and Mareeta Christiansen, Lone Rock, visited Sunday at the H. W. Manus home, Mrs. Annie Hawcott and daughter Lulu and SeUna Clifton spent; Sun.' day at W, B?. Hawcott's In Algona. Mr. and Mrs, Clifford Holding and Mr«. G. C. Allen visited at oyyer Raider's at Nora Springs Sunday, Mrs. George Carroll, asteted by M. Fared Vogel, entertained *he W. H. M. S, Sa.tuwjay afternoon. P. -tp, IfQllasche.* v^tefl Mr, Mrs. Kojtesch's parents at Sunday. i e p. B, Rqlief^ spenj the week- with t^el ton Carey 4 at ft wti| ineet tt% Mr% O. F. ^ Ledyard, Oct. 25—The junior play, His Best 'Investment, will be given this week Friday night. The oast follows:... Suzanne, Esther Greene; Beverly Gray, Lillian Sanders: Fortune Randolph, Aleltha Brack; Christine Whhtman, Margery Matz- ene'r;«Pfiscilla Pag e . i^afa Telkamp; Billy Breckenrldge, James Logan; Alison Cortland, Alice Loge; Van Cortland, Tilmer Halvoraon; Betty Olivia Cortland, Adah Telkamp; Jane Bailey, Freda Schadendorf; Senator Jerome; Roland Smith; Uncle Toby, Alvln Depplng; Marie, Anna Jones. The stage managers are Tilmer Halvorson and Kenneh Thompson; business managers, James Logan and A'llce Loge; and property managers, Aleathla Brack and Lillian Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Ranltin and children, Mrs. Sabin, all of Albert Lea, and the John Pattersons, of Grant, spent Sunday at Walter Leslie's. Honor noil Students Named- Honor roll pupils in school the first six weeks are 8 seniors, Fern Lewis, Lumetta Reece, Thelma Frlest, Eleanor Sanders, Mary Miller, class average 84; juniors, Anna Jones. James Logan, Tilmer Halvorson, Adaih Telkamp, Aline Loge, 'Lillian Sanders, average 84; sophomores, Elaine Blome, average 81; frehmen, La Vaun 'Farrow, Luetta Gelhaus, average 83; 8th grade, Henrietta O'OKeefe, Lois Wilson, Cleo Gabel, Ellwood Green; 7th, Alvlra Halvorson, Beulah Looft, Geneva Gelhaus, Arlow'e Blome, (Bernard Anderson; 6th, Lurene Lloyd, Howard Nltz, Harold Long; 5th, Lawrence Flynn, Maxine Ma'son, Edna Dontje; 4tih, De Vere Smith; 1st grade, Beverly Wleae, (Paddy Olson, and John Matzener. Freshman Party is Given— The freshmen entertained the sophomores and faculty 'in the gymnasium Friday night. Various games were played and an interesting feature of the evening was a basketball game, freshmen vs. sophomore -boys. The sophomores won 12-11. Lunch was served by the freshmen. Other Ledyard News. The A. E. Lauritzens, Gladys Nolan, Mildred' Grahner, Marjorle Stranahan and Frank Moulton attended a home talent play at Algona last week Tuesday. •Friday Mrs. A. E. Lauritzeri entertained at a Halloween slumber •party Teachers Jones, Randall, 'Stranahan, iNolan, Granner, Kitley, and Mrs. V.'A. Barrett, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harvey, of Minneapolis, visited Blanche Jenks Saturday and Sunday. They brought Mrs. Laura Niester home after a. week there. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Redlnger,.of Des Moines, spent the week-end at the parental Blanche Jenks home. Mrs. Redinger remained for a longer visit. Mrs. Fred Gordon, of Buffalo Center, and daughter Margaret visited at William (Flynn's and Ray .Gordon's from last week Wednesday to Sunday. , The Methodist Aid m'et at Mrs. Glen Yahnke's last Thursday. A good crowd was present and plans are being made for the annual bazaar. Mrs. D. A. Carpenter, Opal Dorsey, and Mrs. Jess O'Keefe visited the former's sister, Mrs. Laab, at Winnebago, last week Wednesday. August Kllnkslek. who has been suffering with btoodpoisonlng In his hand for over a month, is some better, but still unable to work. Ellsworth Swalve fell "from the slide at school last week Tuesday morning and cut a gash In his' head. The wound la healing. * Oliver Marquis attended a surprise party for Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Smith at Lakota Sunday. It was their '25th Wedding anniversary, \ Mrs. Julius Jenson and • Mrs. Winkleman. of Buffalo Center,, spent last Thursday at Mrs.. Glenn Yaihnke's. ' Glenn Yahhke, working -with a road 'construction gang near Osage, spent the week-end with his family. The Clifton Engelbys were entertained at Leon Worden's Sunday in honor;of Mrs. Engelby's birthday. The Roy Links left 'Friday for Sioux City to visit Mrs. 'Link's par r ents. They returned Sunday. Barbara and Lola Wylam, Jeanette Wilson, of Swea City, were Sunday visitors at D. B. Mayer's.. The L. W. Wiemers spent Saturday evening and Sunday "at* Frank Wlemer's at Arnold's Park. Mrs. L, A. Nitz Entertained *he Lutheran Missionary society of Lakota last week Wednesday. Mrs. Chas. Hilferty spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Ben GischV'near Elm ore. •Ruth Jones and Adelaide Randall; Mrs. A. E. LaurJtzen and Jerry were in Algona Sturday. Paul Flynn, pf Cedar Rapids, visited at Wm, 'Flynn's (Friday, The men are cousins. Born to the Hemme TroMs -last week a girl, an$ to the Harold Finns a, boy. The L. C. Strands were In Algona, Thursday. St. Benedict Dean© Arndofer spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Albert Gar? mann, Blue Earth. Amelia Arndorfer entertained nurses from Algona last week Tuesday evening at bridge. Mrs. Martin Bletch, of Dolliver, apent last week with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Seller. Philip Aman, Wesley, spent Sunday with the Al Rosenmeyers. The Everett Steuasys, Clear Lake, called there. Mr. and Mrs. Dan BVoellch enterr talned their bridge club Sunday evening. The Dennis Carrolls spent last Thursijay evening at Nick Ajnaorf- 'a, Mr. and Mrs, JWejE Arndorfer entertained the George Simons family at dinner Sunday. > A. heavy rain fell Saturday «w»d that evening, but it didn't delay many cprq-pickers Monday. L^iw^iij^ Arndorfer, who ISffe Nfi- t, wlft have a W pro* ram 4$^ week ~ 'II FRL OCT. 28 SAT. OCT. 29 Dresses and Suits $5.98 This Remarkable Group Contains About 150 Splendid Garments Tlicy coiifllst of roHgph silk cropes—canton crepes— and triple sheers' Jn black—brown—wine—frreen—blue and red. Wool dresses of fancy knit—In one and two piece styles—wool Jersey.s— Wool crepes and mixtures. SUITS of fancy knitted weaves Jn the three piece styles—Jacket—skirt and blouse. AH In one big special offering for Friday and Saturday at $5.98 encl<* Christensen Bros. Co. SPECIAL FRIOCT SAT. OCT. 29 Dresses of Silk and Wool $7.98 These are unusually good dresses—and represent some of the best/ rallies-we have ever shown—They consist principally ol silk crepes and fine Ug*t weight woolens. Many In this group were originally priced at 111.75 and $15.00. They are priced special for Friday and Saturday on y at $7.98 each. '' • * » Christensen Bros. Co. SPECIAL FRI. OCT. 28 SAT. OCT. 29 Fine Fur Trimmed $24-98 This will be your most opportune time of the season to sare from 15.00 to 110.00 on the purchase of your whiter Coat; This speclaj group represents all that Is new and up to the minute In—style-fabric and color. The styles are form fitting—trim and smart took. Ing.—The fabrics are the new rough weaves—the furs are luxnrl. ous big sets of fox—wolf—lupin—caracul and marten. The colors- black—brown—wine—green—b ue and mixtures. Special for Frfcky and Saturday only at $34.98. ^ ' : .'' ' '.'."•':'• "• •• (l ' 1 ' Christensen Bros. Co. r. & PI^I AI FRI - ° CT - 2« CjVxl AJL SAT. OCT. 29 Excellent Coats $16.98 Unquestionably the best group of popular priced coats we have ever shown.—They are faithful reproductions of the most expensive models—While not so fine in fabric—fur and .finish—they ao represent a lot of coat value—and will, well please the woman 'or Miss ^rho wants to spend a moderate Hum for a good sty Uh coat. The colors and black—brown—wine—green and fancy mixtures— the fur collars and cuffs are large fluffy wolves—opossums and lupin. All slies from 13 to 50., Special for Friday and Saurday only 116.98. , * Christensen Bros. Co, %> n I CLDITr^TAT FRI. OCT. OrlLl^lAL, SAT. OCT Knit Suits REDUCED ^"^^^^*™^^^^ ^B^ ^^WMBBrPUB^ > |19,7$i Yuluefr^ow , ''-, u#* ".M '' and Saturday only tor • •

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