\ Ex-Swea Supt. 101!$ Of trip j By Mrs. Waller Smith S\Vea City—An article written by our old friend, Superintendent J. R; Neyeln, was received by this correspondent recently, telling oJ: a trip through tlie south and into Florida, during the Christmas va- cation. Mr>, Neveln was superintendent, of school here tot several years, going from here to Manly, and from there' , into AJfiana, \yhere he was instrumental in building up tH£ sch&ol .system' to a Considerable dfegree. TM N£V6ln children, Lowell and'Lillian, are both married. Lowell is n6W t)r. Lowell ffev- eln, practicing medicine at Galesburg, 111. He has a son Robert Charles, 2%, "and a daughter Martha Susan, 4 months. Lillian is the wife of Ray C. Jurgertsen, math- ematics teacher at Culver Military Academy, Culver' Ind. Their chilt dfreri'are Ann Marie, 8, and John Warren, 3. Mr. and Mrs. Neveln together with another couple, started > on their trip Dec. 20, returning without a mishap of any kind, not even a flat tire. Their plan Was tb visit as many places of interest and historical importance as tfos- sible. Their first stop was at SpiMhgfield, 111., where they' vi.sit- ed the home where Lincoln lived for many years. Mr. Neveln writes, "Walking on the same wide' oak floor boards upon which he walked, being surrounded by DRUGS -PHONE 252 yo Pobniary 5, 1D48. / Dour Friends: Say, fellas' do you knoiv that the little fellow with the bow ciml arrow will be 'on the loose on February 14 (that's St. Valentine's Day). If you • happen to get hit, we have the proper medicine i'or you. A sure cure! A KEEPSAKE diamond is Hie potent cure that will guarantee a lifetime of happiness. Conic in and see our large line of Genuine Registered Keepsake Diamonds. We will'be glad to give you all the facts on the purchase of a dia- mond. Yours, THUENTE'S. many articles and pleces.ol fttfftl* ture which he used, ah4 16bkl at his favorite chair, ohe became very conscious of the great man's place in our history." > • Ho writes interestingly 6f the fine rich fafrh lands, trjfe'miles of citrus grove^ of the .TvA^dajns, Of-Mohtgomery "the* heUft OMhe blac^ belt", and the .fifsta«&rfildf bf the sbuthern confederacy. THiy spent Christmas at IaKe5 ,Wfilel< "Th£re on what seemed'thfe'dhly 1 * high spot-in Florida, we Visited the most-beautiful spot in Fldri* da, the wild life sanctuary, and park, wiyi, tog; Sjtigjjig; tq\Ver. This park and carrilon were given to the people of America by' fidWard Bok. Another place of much historic interest was St. Augustine, where they saw th'e oldest house in U. S.: With,the furnitureintact, the forms of pupils'and teacher in position; the Walls of an old Spanish fort, centuries old. and many other things,^ even to-j the,-<same early narroWi'siye^ts. ; f In summing up his article, Mr. Neveln speaks of getting back to good old Iowa, convinced,that our state truly is the bread basket of the world, "and finally wo all be-* licve that more people should see and know more about their country at ffrst hand by travel, in order to think more highly both of their country and their state, even the brisk arid healthful climate Of Iowa." ¥htirsd"dy gante .fhey met LedVafd cyeHing and Idok, art .40-24.' this victory tdoK thtem i6 what will probably bfi theif toughest game oftthejtiitfndmishl 6n F>i< day night WHen thef'hiet the lo* cal QruVfer' gii'ls irt sfne sefni«fih" all. j - t ;, Mk and Mis, dlateftcd ; ' blbttfrf drbvb 1 to ftotikfordfJH, !&' sffladd the wcekM'd vlsltlffg Datives there, Mr, and Mrs. Ralph. Campbell, who have b'een visiting' relatives in California the; jiaSl » §evferll Weeks, rettifrtea homfe Thursday morning. , Earl Crouch, who went to Rochester, Minn?)' Sunday; • Where he expected to subrriit to surgery early in the week, was forced to postpone his appointment due to a very severe cold which he had contracted. Ho expects to return in the near future, Seneca: Mrs. Cabb .Hartshorn slipped on the ice at her home •jt Seneca Sunday morning and suffered a very severe bruise and cut above one eye. • . Sunday Dinner Guests Dr. and Mrs. R. F. Schweizer and Robert .Peterson, accompanied by Marjorie/ Osborn, all of Mason City, Iowa, were Sunday dinner guests at the Charles Osborn home. ' K . •- "i^otind Dead in Home Seneca frienas 01 Elsie Kacstle were shocked to learn Thursday that Miss Kaestle had been found dead in her home at Armstrong by friends who came to call or) her. " Miss Kaestle kept house foF her brother Ralph Drinan'while they lived on a farm north of Seneca. The latter .q/Uit farming a few years ago and moved to Armstrong, .where his sister .-continued tb keep 1 house for^him , ; until he married": She then 'rrioveS into a home of her own at Armstrong", where she lived alone-/-* Further .details are not knowji at this writing. '" " """ The Seneca Basketball -tearar who played in the sectional tournament held at Gruver last week continued in the running.by first defeating Maple Hill 41-24 On trie opening night of play Wednesday night. Cowan Building Supply Co Is your home cold, drafty, difficult and costly to heat? • • . If so, you should get the facts about' an Eagle-Picher Certified Insulation job— an easy, money-saving method of providing maximum home comfort on even the coldest winter day, Best of gilli as much as 40% of your winter's fuel will be saved, Phone today for a FREE survey, There is no obligation and you will get valuable informatidii about in« sulation's benefits to yotir home. 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Mr. and Mrs. Francis Livingston had as dinner gu&sls last week Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Midi Sanders of Milford and Mr, and Mrs. Roy Kllegel of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Livingston went to Emmetsburg Wednesday, to,See Mr, and Mrs, Joe Kliegel Jr.,- to whom a second son was. born, February 4. at the Palo Alto hbspital. Mr. Kliegel is a brother of Mrs. Livingston. " Mr. and Mrs. Ed Chambers have had word from their pnn S.-Sgt. Harley Chambers' of the air corps, that he has reached a camp in New Jersey and will soon be home on furlough. He has been stationed in Arabia and has been in service a year and a half. ' Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Dewel left Saturday for Chicago, where Dr. Dewel will attend a dental meeting. They, will return this Thursday, and will be guests of Dr. and Mrs'. B. F. Dewel in Evanston, 111. Dr. and Mrs. Dewel will be. accompanied .on the trip by Mr. and Mrs. Dick Noonan, Eagle Grove. Mrs. NQO- nan is the former Dorothy Dailey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Tom E. Dailey. 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