Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1932 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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y- j 'i ) * <•, '/,".' <'' '-, '/„•„« ' l . * . s > < PAGE TWO ADVANCE. ALdONA. IOWA "FEATHERTOUCH' "Most Important fountain pen dis- .•covery of this decade. 'BHKAFFER'S Feathertouoh ... a Bllky smooth pen point with plutl- Inum covered channel—a new discovery that gives double-controlled <flow and reduces writing pressure -76 per cent. But these scientific tacts can't begin to express its wonderful new freedom in writing. Come in .. . and let a Feathertouch Lifetime tell it's own amazing story In your hand! Feathertouch Lifetime from ?8.75. Other Sheaffers from ,$3.00. Slionffer Sets from $5.00 Up. F, W. WEHLER & CO, Jewelers and Optometrists Phone 240 Everybody invited to the BIG Armistice DANCE Given by Veteran's of Foreign Wars KOSSUTH COUNTY POST No. 2541 DISTRICT E, L, RALLY IS HELD AT LU VERNE Lu Verne, Nov. S—The district invorth League rally .held In Lu /erne last Friday was a success both in regards to attendance and nteretst. There were representatives i rom other towns In the district. \fter community singing a 6:30 dlnj nor was served and a program was iven. Forrest Raney was toast- mnster, and the Rev. and Mrs. Bad- leley aild Helen Kuebler gave talks. (V trio, composed of Richard Nlver, Harold Lichty, and Wesley Badde- ey, sang several numbers. The S. S. orchestra gave several selections. After the program games were >layed. Surprise for Mrs. Joglc Urlnk— Mrs. Josie Brink was pleasantly surprised Sunday when a group of friends and relatives gave her a birthday dinner at the home of her son John. Those present were the Lee Potters, Goldfield, the Lev! Krutsingers, Mrs. Hattie Krutslnger nnd Bertha Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. George Stoddard, the Ray Felts, and Janie Potter, Renwick, the Percy Brinks, DeRae Gdfreys, W. F. Godfreys, Rubye and (Florence, Mrs. Wm. Bigings, Bobby and Mary Alice, Frank Bartley, Mrs. Opal Morrison and Jerry, and the John Brinks. of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nellson* was baptized at the Lutheran churcti Sunday. William Goetstfh and Mrs. Howard McCrady were god-father and god-mother.' Supt. Kate Skinner, accompanied by Mrs. Peters, of Burt, attended a state teachers meeting at Des Moines Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Petrs formerly taught In Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. J. Huber moved their household goods' last week 'to Kansas City, Mo., rtvihere they will The OB. Jones and Mr. and Mre. F* i. Chapmans Were Sunday guests at the country home of Mr* and Mrs. M. OVt. •Lowmlller. Mrs. Irvln Chapman accompanied the Geo. Kalieles, Gbldfleld, to Des Moines (Friday. They returned Saturday night. R. O. Wadlelgh, Spokane, Wash., arrived Inst week for ah extended visit at his brother Jos. Wadleigh's. Mr. and Mrs. John Brink attended the funeral of Mrs! Brink's month- make their home. The Elwln Hu- old baby at lowti Falls Monday. bers are now living at Peterson. Air. and Mrs. Maynard Spooner took Mrs. Prlscllla Schaeffer to Forest City last Thursday, and she will make her ihome for the winter with her daughter, Mrs. E. P. Dow. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. 'Felt, Wesley, were Sunday guests at Paul Phillips'. Mrs. Phillips was a clerk In the Felt store previous to her mar- rtage. The Archie Sanfords drove to Ellsworth to take home Mrs. Josephine Sanford, who has been spending the pnst month with Iher children here. Mrs. Charles Boyle and daughter Marjory 'Lee, Fort Dodge, spent several days last week with her mother, Mrs. Harry Von Draska, The Ed Wiltgens, Bode, spent Inst week Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. Wm. AVlesenberg. -, Berntce Sutton and Gertrude Norman, Algona, visited last week at Harold Sorenson's. Mrs. Clara Hof, Cedar iFalle, Is making an extended visit with her soli, Arthur Hof. Jennie Mason spent the week-end with her brother, Tom Mason, at Clarion. Mrs. Ed Allen, Mason City, spent the week-end with the Aliens and Peitzkes. The Schoolmasters club is to meet|Ric(lio(llst Aid Hears Program— at.Lu Verne a- week'from Saturday The A. J. Easons spent Sunday al Alta. 6 GIRLS GIVE PLAY FOR THE FENTJPU Fenton, Nov.' 8—A P. T. A. meet- ng was held last Week Tuesday evening at the high School audltor- um, the program: community sing- ng; play, Janey, by six of Standard Bearer girls, Lllas Boevers, Kuth Glaus, Ardls Volght, Donna Jean Bailey, Margaret Stephenson, Mar- Jorle Bailey; Leona Borchardt; vocal selection, That Old-'Fnshloned Mother of Mine; orchestra) two selections under the direction of the , leader, Esther Smith. A short business session was held, with light refresh- . H. M. S. Has Public Meet— A public meeting of Che Methodist W. H. M. S. was held last .Thursday at the country home of Mrs. Emil Anderson. There was a good attendance and Mrs. Ray Stone was leader. Mrs. Peter Thompson conducted the devotional period, Mrs. H. C. Allen presented the enigmas, and Mrs. Harold Phillips gave a talk on the characteristics of Indians. A report of the convention at Ruthven was given, and Mrs. Stone sang a song, All About Election. Refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. J. Arnold. N, - , '.'-,,/ burgi to -Dea, Molhe* last edh«sday. . ' ' . ,' , •Mrs. Hazel Hiidson, Wesley, spent several days last week wlfh her sister-in-law, Mrs. O. «. Schmidt. The John CWghts spent Sunday with their daughter, - Mrs.' Clyde Brooks, Iowa, 'Falls. Dr. John Sanftner spent the weekend at the parental August Sfttvft- ner's, Swea City. • The Le Roy Newels, Hartley, vis' ited Sunday at G. B. Johnson's and Charles Newel's. • The Hook & Needle club met last week /Wednesday evening wltH Mrs. O. H. Schmidt. ' Th© C. C. Kerns spent Sunday with the daughter, Mrs. Dean Nellls, Renwick. Mrs. Boettcher spent last Thursday at her brother Myron Melnzers, Burt. •':••' The Oliver Stoebers, Armstrong, visited Sunday at'W/E. Stoeber's. The F, H. Bohns were entertained at the H. E. Relmens Sunday. ments. P. T. A. at Burt is to Hear Program Tonight The Methodist W. OT. M. S. met last Thursday at the church; Mrs. H. P. Weisbrod, Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, .hostesses. Devottonals were ed by Mrs. Wllbert Holdorff;. Mrs. . T. Snyder gave a reading, intro- uclng Mary Brewster Hollister; Irs, W. R. Wolf, Mrs. T. N. McFall, Mrs. J. B. Hansen and Mrs. A. H. Meyers read from the study book, Burt, .Nov. S—The P. T. A. meets this week Thursday evening at the schoolhouse; program: music, H. S. orchestra; talk, Supt. Weiw; violin solo, Marilda Pratt; Some Advantages of Belonging to the National P. T. A. Congress, county chairman of P. T, A. council, Mrs. Roy Budlong, i Tltonka. —at— Misbach Hall ALGONA Friday Night November 11 Gents, 50c; ladies, free. Thanksgiving Excursion Club Discusses Citizenship— The Progressive Woman's club 'held its citizenship meeting Friday with Mrs. J. L. Lichty. The home was decorated with flags and "bunting, and .Mrs. 'F. I. Chapman read a paper on United States problems. Mrs. P. C. Lichty told about prominent women of Iowa. Patriotic songs were sung and different ways of being good citizens were discussed. Mrs. Sam Mauer and Mrs. George Latch, Renwick, were guests. Entre >'ons Club Flays— The Entre Nous club was entertained -last week Monday night at the A. J. Eason home with Mrs. Opal Morrison as hostess. Bridge was played at four tables, and Mrs. Cecil Huff won high score. Mrs. Ray Stone won the travel prize. Mrs. Sarchet and Mrs. B. Agard, Algona, were out-of-town guests. Refreshments were served. Birthdays of Four Observed— Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Ryereon entertained at dinner Friday Mr. and Mrs. .George Carroll, the G. J. F. Vogels, and the D. T. Hobsons In honor of the birthdays of Mr. Carroll, Mr. Hobson, and Mr. and Mrs. Ryerson, which occur within a few days of each other. The group has celebrated their birthdays together for several years. Cousins Meet After 40 Tears—. Mrs. C. R. Colvln left Saturday for her home at Lansing, Mich., after vo weeks at G. C. Allen's. She is a ousin of Mrs. Allen, and they had ot met before since they were oung girls 40 years ago. oachers Guests at Dinner— Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson en- ertained at dinner Friday evening he following teachers: Anna Over- aard, Charlotte Warrior, Alice ighme, Mildred Anderson, C. W. Bowie, and S. J. Fardal. Eastern Stars Observe Halloween— Jewels Band Has Party— The Mothers' Jewels band held Its regular meeting at the J. Llndebak home Saturday afternoon with 24 Jewels and three mothers present. They had a program on Indians which included a dialog 'by eight children, songs, and readings. After the program there was a play time, FARES Why not a Thanksgiving holiday trip?—visit new scenes or enjoy -the companship of old friends. I,0> T G RETURN LIMIT OO: To all destinations on trains of Nov. 23, 24, 25 and 26; to destinations within 200 miles, Nov. 27. 3RETURTST: On all trains scheduled to reach starting point by midnight Tuesday, Nov. 29. Tickets good in coaches; also in '•leeping and parlor cars on payment wf usual charge for space occupied. Children half fure Bagg-age checked Ask agent for full particulars. Chicago & Northwestern Railway Surprise for Jens R.uber&— The Acksel Nellsona, Martin Larsons, E. Baget«, Pete Rubergs, and Clifford Holmes gathered at the Jens Ruberg home last week Wednesday evening^tp help Mr.,Ruberg celebrate his '63rd birthday The evening was spent socially, anc i-efreshments were served. Lutheran Aid to Sew— Mrs. Wm. Hoepner was hostess i the Lutheran Aid last Thursday a the church. A comforter was tiec during the afternoon and it was de elded to sew for the needy at th< meetings. Mrs. F. H. Hlntz is to b hostess at the December meeting. Plan Armistice Day Program- There will be an Armistice daj program at the school gymnasium Friday afternoon at 2:30. Talks wi be given by various local people, anc there will be special music toy th girls' Glee club, and music iby th members of the woman's clubs. An Eastern Star Jasonlc hall last party week at the Tuesday evening ws attended by 60 members. Halloween decorations were used. The entertainment consisted of games. Four Sisters In Get-Together— The J. A. Volentines, the Ranney Putzes, and the Leo Foxes were Sunday dinner guests at T. W. Hansen's. Mrs. Volentlne, Mrs. Putz, Mrs. Fox, and Mrs. Hansen are sis- E. E. Paine and 'his daughter Sarah spent the week-end at Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Slaughter visited relatives at West Bend Sunday. The F. L. Litchenbergers have moved to Fort Dodge. LOTTS GREEKER FETED IN HONOR OF HIS BIRTHDAY Lotts Creek, Nov. 8—Mrs. Edwin Lieb was 'hostess to a'large number of relatives as a surprise in honor of Edwin's 'birthday Sunday evening. Dinner was served to Iris parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Lieb, the 'Wm. Meyer and Albert Meyer families, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, of Wh temore, the Martin Meyer family, of Garner, the Albert Lauck family, of West Bend, the Arnold Meine and Reinhard Lieb families, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mueller, of Fenton. After an enjoyable evening a midnig'ht lunch was served. Gepkens Have ifew Daughter— Mr. and -Mrs. Fred Gepken are parents of a girl, born October 30 There are two other children, a boy and a girl. She lias been named Betty Jean. Mrs. Gepken was formerly Marie Leininger. Reformation School Program— A Reformation program was given Sunday afternoon in the Ev Lutheran church by Teache; Schmiel and his 42 pupils. The pro gram was largely attended. Five Are Slnmber Party Gnests— lona Moyer was hostess at a slumber party last Thursday night: Virginia Thaves, Rachel Clapsaddle, Norma Bettln, Helen Thompson, and Marilda Pratt. Colored Singers Give Program—The Rust college singers, a group of colored young folks from Holly Springs, Miss., gave a concert at the Methodist church Monday evening. School Youth Observes Birthday— The seniors and teachers were entertained at the G. C. Giddings home last Thursday evening being In honor of William Giddings' birthday. Sister of Farmer is Sick •M. J. Ryerson was called Monday to Oak (Park, 111., by news of the serious lllnees of a sister. Lady (Fourth Daughter of China. The Rev.' J. T. Snyder gave a Thanksgiving- talk,' followed by Thanksgiving-prayers by Mrs. Philip kVeisbrod, • Mrs. T. N. McFall, and Irs. A. H. Meyers. A stewardship esson was given by Mrs. A. H. Mey- Wlddels Married 58 Years— A family gathering was held Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wlddel's n honor of their 58th wedding anni- r ersary this week Friday. Attendng: the Edw. Widdels, Madella, Minn.; Mrs. Carrie Haase, Fairmont, .nd her children; Gladys • Weisbrod, Whlttemore; the Theodore Weis- brods, Mrs. Viola Mitdiell and her family, the Harry Haases, the L. J. Weisbrods, the Walter Widdels, the A. H.. Meyers family, the Herman Gaades, and the H. H. Widdels. Woman's Birthday Is Honored- Mrs. (Frank McFall was greatly surprised last week Tuesday evening upon return from a.P. T. A. meeting to find her house full of guests to help her celebrate a, birthday anniversary. They were Messrs, and Mesdames 1C. O. Stephenson, Wilbert Holldorf, W. R. Wolfe, O. J. Stephenson, O. H. Schmidt, and a Mrs. Hudson, Wesley. Last week Wednesday afternoon she was again surprised gy a group of friends. Methodists In Quarterly Conference— The first quarterly year conference was held at the Methodist church Friday evening. A covered dish luncheon was served at 7, and a large crowd renewed acquaintance and became acquainted with the new district superintendent, the Rev. W. G. Muhleman. Auction ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE To be held at our new location, *rat door west of the Swift plant, i«H> Saturday, Nov. 12 Commencing' at 1:80 O'clock This will be one of our biggest 'Auctions of the season. Anybody wanting to buy or sell ••hould attend this sale. Don't forget to list your stuff for livestock sales. B. A. GALBHAITH, Mgrr. COL. C. O. KIDDLE, Auctioneer. Surprise for 80th Birthday— The Methodist senior ladies' Bibl class enjoyed a birthday surprise party last week Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Prlscilla Schaeffer, who was 86 years old. The afternoon was spent socially and refreshments were served. Philip Blumer Breaks Arm— Philip, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blumer, had the misfortune to break his left arm while playing at school one day last week. The Blumers have been haying their share of misfortune lately. Lcglers Are 61 Years Wed— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Legler celebrated their 51st wedding anniversary last week Tuesday. 'Friends called during the day to congratulate them and to wish them many more anniversaries. Class Play Next Week— The Junior class play. Polishing Papa, will be given at t'he Gym November 18. The H. S. orchestra Congressman In iturt Visit — Congressman Gilchrlst was camr palgning here last week Tuesday. Other Burt News. -Mre. L. H. Schenck and Mrs. Fred Rlngsdorf attended a Legion Auxll- ary convention at Fort Dodge last «veek Tuesday. Mr. Schenck and lharles Scott attended a Legion banquet in the evening. Mrs. W. T. Peters went to Lu Verne last week ., Wednesday even- ng, and thence accompanied Kate Skinner, schools superintendent, to Des Moines to attend a teacher's convention. Mrs; Rachel CHICAGO $8.00 Children Half Fare NOVEMBER 11 • 12 - 13 Good in coaches ouly on all trains. Bet urn to reach starting point by nildiilght November 15 EVEHY WEEK END One Fare Plus S5c for Bound Trip JGood in coaches; also sleeping and parlor cars on payment for space occupied. Go 'Friday or Saturday, also to certain destinations Sunday. •R/eturn to reach starting point by midnight following Tuesday. Tickets BToir on Sale THE MILWAUKEE ROAD WAUTY PRINTING Other Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Shultz, of For Dodge, were entertained Sunday a EmU Laab's. They also attended the Reformation program in the after noon. Mrs. Schultz is a sister o Mr. Laabs. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rusch Sr. and Mrs. Herman Ohm and family, of Whlttemore, and Minnie Sehepp- man were Sunday dinner guests at Martin Meyer's. ••>••• '• • Mr. and Mrs. Hartwick and family and a Alias Burns, Fort Dodge, spent Sunday at John Seegebar.th's Sr. Mrs. Hartwick is a niece of Mrs. Seegebarth. Malinda Kadlng spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kading, She Is employed at Ernest Rosslesen's in Fenton. Loretta Meyer, Luella iMeyer, and Ruth Schultz were entertained at Richard Potratz's Sunday evening. Frank SchalHn and Robert Lels- ner, of Algona, spent the last week or more here helping pick corn. Mr. and Mrs, George Grimmels, of Fairville, were entertained Sunday at Otto Ohm's, Mrs. John Kohlwes spent a few days at the Fred Gepken home near Plum Creek. Mre. Frank Shelter has been sick for the last : week, and was ill in bed a few days. The Jofon 'SchalHn family were Whitlows Have Tfew Daughter— A girl was born Sunday at a hospital at Algona to Dr. and Mrs. A. T. Whitlow, Swea City. Mrs. Whitlow, formerly Carolyn Bailey, is a daughter of Frank Bailey here. The Whitlows now have three girls and two'boys.. Fenton Youth Joins Fraternity— Derwopd Elgler, Fenton senior In pharmacy at Crelghton university, Omaha, was Initiated into Phi Delta Chi, pharmacy fraternity, at a recent meeting at the Knights of Columbus clubhouse there. S. S. Classes Obserre Halloween- Classes in the junior department of the Methodist Sunday school were entertained last week Monday even- Ing at a Halloween party in the church basement. Other Fenton News. The Raymond Relmers family, of Ringsted, spent Sunday with the H. E. Reimers family, Mrs. B. W. Evenson, Story City, and her daughter Marlys Ann came last Thursday to visit the former's sister. Mrs. George Boettcher. Mr. 'Evenson came Saturday and the visitors went home Sunday. Editor and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and their daughter Betty Jean, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs, C. F. C. Laage, droye to Des Moines Sunday METHODISTS HOLD MEET_AT_ WESLEY Wesley, Nov. 8 — The district Methodist conference lost week Wednesday was attended by 39 ministers, many of whom were accompanied by their wives. The Aid served dinner for 35 cents, and supper for 25 cents. Opening devotions were conducted by Dlst. Supt. Muhleman, and the morning was devoted to conference business. At 1:45 p. m. devotions were conducted by the ReV. Charles 'Seward, Laurens. A period Was devoted t6.con- ference Institutions, with J. S. Dancy, Ames, G. T. Notcon, J. J. Bushnell, and R. E. O'Brlan, president of Mornlngside, all Sioux City, as speakers. An Interesting discussion on how shall we make our churches more spiritual? was conducted by Bishop Frederick ,D. Leete, Omaha. The Rust college singers, Holly Springs, Miss;, then gave a short program. At the evening session H. O. Ward,' Forest City, led devotions, the Bishop delivered a sermon, and the Rust singers gave an extended program. The group consists 'of two young women and four young men, all of pleasing .personalities. Local persons who attended the conference found the en r tire pogram absorbing and impressive. SCHOOL PLAY IS PLANNED AT LONE ROCnO-NIGHT Lone Rock, Nov. S—"Sunny Days Farm" will be presented at .the local school auditorium this Thursday evening, toy the juniors and a few underclassmen assisting. The farm is Jane's inheritance, and in iher desire to share it" with others, It promised to live up to its name. There appear on the scene Chester Adame and 'his brother Jack, then Professor Wainwrlght, Trouble arrives with James Samson and .his wife, and Diana Teworthy. Emerald, the colored cook, is always on the job at opportune times. At the close "Sunny [Days Farm" again seeme on the way to happy times. Characters are Chester Adams, Jack Tlbbets, Jack Adams, Harlan Marlow; Dr. Square, Verne Dacken; James Samson, Russell Gross; Ruth Samson, Coila Jane Hollister; Professor Wainwrlght, Gordon Priebe; Jane Service, Ruby Cherland; Mildred Johnson, June Blerle; Alice Furness, Dorothy Blerstedt; Diana Telworthy, -Muriel • 'Long; "Emerald! Margaret Householder. Prices are 15c and 25c. Boy Breaks Wrist. Wesley, Nov. 1—Merle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Loeblg, broke his' right wrist, at ball at school one day last week. Sunday guests at Frank Pompe's. The Ben Schmidt family spent Sunday at Robert Schmidt'e. ' Lowe, Bancroft, spent the week-end with 'her daughter, Mrs. Lillian Sheldon. Dean and Joan Lowe, Algona, also spent the their aunt, Mrs. will make its initial appearance of the year. School Votes on president— Under the direction of the civics class polls were set up in the high school Tuesday and the entire high school had a straw vote for president. Other Lu Verne News. Mrs. Milo Gardner and children left Monday for their home at 'Ripley, Tenn. They were accompanied as far as Greencastle, Mo., by Edythe Gardner. They will visit David Gardner there, tlhen Edythe will go to Amarillo, Tex., to visit friends before returning to her work in Los Angeles. Mrs. Fred J. Santell,. Boone, is spending a. week with her sister, Mre. Grant Jennings. Another sister, Mrs. J. H. Marston, and daughters Muriel and Betty Lou, of Mason City, were guests at the Jennings home Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Spooner went to Fort Dodge last week Wednesday to visit at Lloyd Spooner's. They accompanied the Lloyd Spoonero to Mount Pleasant, where Mrs. Lloyd I Spopner'fl iparente live. week-end with Sheldon. Mrs. F. A. Elvidge, Callender, visited from Saturday to Tuesday at her niece Mrs. C. B. Chipman'e, and from here was to go to Jeffers, Minn., to visit a daughter. The Legion and 'Auxiliary met last week Wednesday evening; hostesses: Mrs. G. W. Hawcott, Mrs. Frank Schneider, Mrs. C. H. Schrader, Mrs. L. H. Schenck, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings and their son William took Mre. Matilda WHITTEMORE H, S, PUPILS 6IVE POLITICAL SPEECHES Whittemore, Nov. 8—High school English pupils gave political talks Friday. On vote the sophomores split five for the republican ticket, five for the democratic ticket. There were two socialist votes. The Junior and seniors went democratic .four for the republican ticket, eight for the democratic ticket. to' visit, Mrs. Laage's Minnie Stark. Edith niece, Laage Mre, .and Ward to Albert Lea Saturday to visit relatives. >The Legion Auxiliary will serve a banquet on Armistice day, this week Friday, to all ex-service men at the Legion hall. St. Benedict Karl'Schwartz, Cedar Rapids, joined them at Des Moines for the day. The William 'Baileys, Marshall, Minn., were 'Saturday visitors at Frank Bailey's. Billy Whitlow, of Swea City, accompanied them here and remained until Sunday, then going home with 'his father, Dr. A. T. Whitlow. Mrs. H. H. Wlddel was hostess to 'her bridge cub Saturday, Mrs. *F. J. Weisbrod won the high score; Mre. O. H. Graham, the travel prize. "The 'Fred Kueckers attended the annual meeting- of the Iowa butter- makers and creameries association at Mason City last Thursday, Mrs. Glenn Sharp, Lone Rock, and her children, Eula Mae and Bitty Ann, spent Saturday at the parental John Dempsey's. F. J, Wetebrod accompanied F. E. Welribrod, Ford dealer at Emmets- The Dunlap twins, Leo and Leone, celebrated tHeir- ll^h bir-thday Saturday afternoon. A 'number-of thelr..,n?jgji i fc>br8..and. friends ; of.little folks helped them. The afternoon was spent at games, and lunch waa served. . .. ; .',. Amelia Arndorfer and a' Miss •Gade, of Algona, drove' to Cedar OLP TUBES SPECIAL '« 15c Trade in on your old tubes. I BJUSTROM'S Phone 580 Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Gross visited Rapids a week ago Monday after Sunday at George Pearson's, Swea I noon and attended a nurses' con- City. Mrs. Pearson Is Mr. Gross's vention Tuesday. daughter. The E. C. Sandersons recently moved into the Lewis Larsen house, where t'he Edw. Weiskes formerly lived. Su.pt. and Mrs. Donald Weir attended a state teachers meeting at Des Moines last week. Edna Staley went to St Paul 'Friday for two weeks with her sister, Mrs. H. L. Reynolds. Bertha Wiese, who had been working at Lafayette, Minn., returned Saturday. > Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fab-banks, Algona, visited Sunday at the Cr. U. Fairbanks home. J. H. Schroeder, eon George, and Albert Schroeder fished at Ffcir- mont Sunday. R. S. Johns and Esther Olson I visited at Lee Olson's, near Lakota, Ella Simons and Leo Ludwig, and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Af ndorfer were Sunday guests of Mr. and (Mrs. George Simons. Lorraine Huechka has been elck with intestinal flu the past week. Andrew Ludwig, staying wltto his sister, Mrs. G. G. Studer, isnU Jn good health this fall, being troubled with heart disease. Mary farmers are finishing corn picking and some have already finished. The corn its yielding fairly good this year. A good number from here attended the funeral of Mrs. Wrank Wolf. of Wesley, Monday at the Catholic church In Wesley, where burial was made. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Conner, of GROCERY Week End Specials RASPBERRY JAM 17c CRACKERS— Best quality 2 Ibs. „—- Des Moines, spent week-end with the former's mother, Mrs. Eva, 17c SWEET POTATOES-^ Yellow Jersey, <i O j» 5 »>B, ,-.-^-- 1 PC .10 Ibg, ..U Witfc $?-00 other goo4fi of CRANBERRIES— Dark red, ibf^. 2 n» Z5C Apples— Winesaps, 10 Ibs, . 29c YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME FRESH COCANUTS BROWN SUGAR LARGE NAVY BEANS NARROW BACON Largo size __ 1. 3.LT3S. POUND 121/2C CATSUP-T Large bottle .»,,., "Tac-Cut" COFFEE The 'mighty fine coffee that makes more cups to. the. potmil. Jfowf packed In vacuum tins. 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