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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 10, 1942
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the • • ••*« FINAL RITES FOR MRS.R.H.ORTMAN HELD AT BURT Burt: Funeral services for Mrs. R. H. Ortman', who died very suddenly Sunday evening, March 1, •were held at the Presbyterian church Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. Paul 'Figge had charge of the services, with the Rev. G. H. Wessel, an old friend and neighbor of the Ortman family, delivering the sermon. Burial was in the Burt cemetery. 'E.stella Bernice Gray was born April 24,1885, at Brooklyn, 111., where she grew to womanh6od. On Feb. 12, 1907, she was married to R. H. Ortman at Galesburg, 111. They settled in Nebraska, where they lived three years In 1910 they came to Iowa living on a farm near Lone Rock. Later they moved to a farm not far from Burt and have lived near here ever since. One son, Ronald, was born to Mr .and Mrs. Ortman. She is survived by her husband, her son and daughter- in-law, and two sisters. £Mr. and 'Mrs. Franz Teeter spent Friday at the Edmund Larsens. Mrs. Ben Bahling entertained the Flort Nightly club Friday afternoon. Mrs. Ella McDonald. Ledyard postmistress, was a Burt visitor Thursday afternoon. The Harry Sankeys have moved into the Shanor house/, recently vacated by the A< F. Carters. Edwin Manus, Des Moines, came Monday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Manus. The Mr. and Mrs. Club is serving a waffle supper at the Presbyterian church Tuesday evening Of this week. (Mrs. C. C. Smith will entertain the Legion Auxiliary at its monthly sewing meeting Wednesday afternoon, March 11. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Schafer of Grundy Center visited from Tuesday to Friday here at the home of their son, Gerald Schafer. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Volentine went to Cedar Falls Friday to .bring homo their daughter, Vivian, who had been attending school there. Mrs. H. L. Sauerman and son, Jimmy, Cherokee, spent the week end here with Mrs. Smuertnan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Staehle. Mr. and Mrs. Lariman Hattle of Scarville, are parents of a son, born recently. Mrs. Hattle was formerly Leola Godden, a Burt girl. Mrs. R. A. Bartlett and son, Bud, Sibley, and Phyllis McBride, spent the week end here at the J. H. Schroeder and Kenneth Cook homes. (Dawn Schuldt. Emmetsburg, visited from Thursday to Sunday at the home of her uncle, Dr. B. K. Bahnson. The Bahnsons took her home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Patterson left Friday from Mason City for Cambridge, to visit their son, Gardner, who is taking advanced work at Harvard University. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid society met in the church basement last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. E. C. Schwietert and Mrs. Fred Behn- keiyiorf as hostesses. ,ff"~ The Rapp hardware store is planning to go out of business here about April 1. Goods not sold before that time will be transferred to the Humboldt store; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Elston .and Mrs. Mayme Hofius, Gilmore City, visited Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Hofius' sisters, Mrs. C. H. Blossom and Jennie Thompson. Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt, Mrs. Walter Sorenson, Katherine Manus and Alvina Haase attended a shower at the J. T. Cherland home Friday THE FINEST THINGS IN LIFE Holt to lh» most in Sioux Oty. ' You are weleom*. HOTEL MARTIN SIOUX CITY Ottoscn Quint Would Play at Drake Ottosen, which has competed Jn the state high school girls basketball tournament the laat two MMOIU, is making Ita third attempt for a title next week In the Drake fleldhoiwe. Member* of the ; Ottoscn team, winners of 91 of 80 starts above are: left to right: (In front) Mary Kay TraeMell, , mascot; first row—Guard Eugenia Hoflus, Guard Jean Ann Jaoobson, Guard I*Vonne Hansen, For- ( ward Bertha Longseth, Guard Gladys Axne, Forward Barbara Underberg, Forward Charlotte Jacobson; second row—Violet Nelson, Rosemary Jacob son, EnaMarie De Smldt, Marlon Underterg, and r- • • —Courtesy Des Moines Tribune afternoon for Mrs. Myrtle Chcrland Krause. The Walther League met Thursday evening at the church basement with Margaret Reimers and Ruth Carter as hostesses. The evening was spent playing ping pong and dart ball. 'Mrs. Dean Meier is spending a couple >of weeks in Minneapolis with her friend, Mrs. Ellsworth Stevens. She went up with Mr. and Mrs. Harry McChane and Betty Olson, who went up for the week end. G. J. F. Vogel ;:;ft Monday evening for Boston, Mass., to visit his wife and daughter, Eleanor. Eleanor is technician in the Harvard University hospital and Mrs. Vogel has been spending the winter there with her. •Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Schrader and son, Clayton, visited Mrs. Scharder's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Smith at Elmore, Minn?TThursday. They also called at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Stanley Black, lit Swea City. E. O. Chipman attended an Allied Mutual Insurance meeting at Mason City Tuesday and spent the night there with his son, Howard. Mrs. Lillian Sheldon accompanied him to Garner, where she vsiited at the Milo Brown home. At the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Burt Telephone company last Tuesday afternoon C. C. Smith was re-elected director and C. W. Patterson was elected (to fill the vacancy caused by the death of P. F. Kriethe. W. A. Peters «as relected president of the board; C. C. Smith, vice president; Selina Clifton, secretary- treasurer and P. L. Drcmmel, chief operator. The Rev. H. W. Jackman, Mrs. C. B. Chipman, Mrs. W. B. Officer, Lurena Wessel, Mrs. J. p. Graham. Mrs. W. J. Lockwood and Mrs. B K, Bahnson, attended the New Outlook Day meeting of the Northwest Iowa conference at Fort Dodge on Thursday. Dr. Stanley Jones was the main speaker. Mr. Jackson also went down to hear Dr. Jones on Friday, as he was there on that day under the auspices af the Fort Dodge Ministerial union. .4 Grant, Rake and Swea City Win in Seetional Tourney Bwea City: The sectional basketball tournament got off to a good start here Thursdy night, with games between Grant and Seneca, and Rake and Lakota in Class B and Swea City and Bucalo Center in Class A, The scores for the evening were Grant 26 and Seneca 10; Rake 43 and Lakota 12; Swea City 27, Buffalo Center 11. A large, enthusiastic crowd attended. FUTURO Ankle Brace Patent design give* better and more comfortable •upport and mafcei 11 perfect fitting. Don't wrinkle over instep. Nothing like It. Only Lusby & Giossi 7-8-9-10 V We Have Plenty of Good Used Farm Equipment IF YOU COME IN NOW TRACTORS One F-14 on rubber front and with cultivator One Regular FarmalL with cultivator. One F-30 Farmall -on Rubber with chains and cultivator 1 Model H John Deere on rubber with cultivator, nearly new One 10-20 MeCormick-Deerlng tractor. Good shape. One 22-36 MoCormick-Deerlng tractor, good shape. Two 15-30 McCormick-Deering tractors, good shape. One F-20 Farmali on rubber and with cultivator McCormick-Deering Store INTERNATIONAL HABVESTEB CO. 62 Walt Hall, Mgr. KOSSUTH RED CROSS SELECTS TOWN AND TOWNSHIP ROLL CALL CHAIRMEN Roll call chairmen for the Red Cross have been selected in the different towns and townships in Kossuth county for the year, as foll:ws: North end of county, Rev. E. G. Sauer, chairman; south end of the county, Mrs I. Chapman, LuVerne, chairman. Eagle township—Mrs. Lloyd Gardner, Mrs. Roy Pehrson, Mrs. Emil<: Green, Mrs. O. W. Berggren, Mrs. Fred Anderson. Grant township—Mrs. Otto Kelly, Mrs. Arden Reynolds, Mrs. Richard Anderson, Mrs. Fred Selberg, Miss Marjorie Holm. Springfield and Ledyard — Mrs. Lawrence Mayne, Mrs. Leo Reno, Harold Granner, Mrs. H. Frey, Mrs. H. Mayne. 'Hebron b:wnship—Mrs T. Berg, Mrs. Oscar Frandle. Swea township—Mrs. Harold Jones, Mrs. A. Opsal, Mrs. Win. Thompson, Mrs. Truman- Johnson, Mrs. Joe Kennedy. Harrison township—Mrs. G. Pefferman, Mrs. Ed ' Berggren, Mrs. Elmer Jiorgensen, Mrs. Roy Val- vick, Mrs. ' George Homer. 'Ledyard and Lakota—Mrs. R. L. LEDYARD GIRL IS HONORED AT STATE TEACHERS Ledyard:' Alvera and Marvel Halverson spent the week end at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Halverson. The girls attend Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls, AlveYa was recently chosen for "Who's Who" at Iowa State Teachers' College. She was chosen because of her high scholarship and fine leadership. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Saylor of Blue Earth, were Sunday visitors at the Genn' Behse home. Mp. and Mrs. Tim Doocy are the parents of a san born Feb. 27. He has been named Thomas Clarence. Mr. and Mrs. Tice Brack and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller were business visitors in Mankato on Wednesday. The junior class has selected its class play, "Enroute to Happiness." It will be presented the first Friday in April. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson visited at Sioux City over the week end, returning home late Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs< L. C. Strand and Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Halverson spent Tuesday in Des Moines on business. iFred Bauman has purchased the Wm. Hilferty house. It is being remodeled and will be rented when it is completed . Mildred Roslein was called to her home in Kensett Friday. Mrs Wm. K. Stubbe substituted as the second grade teacher. Miss Jean Gabe, who attends the Waldorf college in Forest City, spent the week end at the home of her mother, Mrs. Martha Gabel. Lars Skaar has been hired by the Rock Island Lumber Company. He will take the place of Edw. Munyer, who left for the army. Mrs. Lillian Devine, Bancroft, and Joe Devine of Siaourney, a brother of the late Dr. Devine, visited Wednesday at the Jack McDonald home. Mrs. Glenn Behse left last Wednesday for Rochester, where she went throgh the clinic. Maxine spent the time of her mother's absence at the Wm. E. Stubbe home. Among those who attended the "New Outjlook Day" meeting in Fort Dodge on Thursday were: Mr. and Mrs. H D. Mayne, Mrs. Wilson Brack, Rev, and Mrs. N. F. Grote. Rev. and Mrs. Nuss and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schroeder and three children were guests at the George Thompson home Thursday evening. Mrs. Clarence Ackerson of Wesley and Mrs,^ Henry Frye were guests, in the afternoon. Many relatives and friends gathered at the Conrad Gabel home on Tuesday evening to help him celebrate his birthday. The evening wots spetnt playing cards with the foils wing receiving prizes: Katherine Poppe, Mrs. Martha Gabel and Wm. E. Stubbe. These attending the party were: Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Christ of Forest City, Melchior Pfeiffer of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Gabel of Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Smith and family, Katherine Poppe and Mr. and Mrs. George IfeeOand and ArHs of Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. August Gabel, Mrs. Chester Johnson and Amorita, MM. Martha Gabel and Mariorie and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Stubbe. Williams, Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht, Mrs. I. E Wortman and Mrs.. A. Schissel. Lincoln township—Mret George Heetiand, Mrs. H. R. Lewis. ILedyard-Seneca '• — Mrs. Francis Slagle, Mrs Jay Godden, Mrs. Frank Looft, Mrs. Clem Dotson, Mrs\ Fred Brown, Mrs. Roy Jensen. Greenwood township—Miss Regina Fangman, Mrs. Geo. Nyman, Miss Elsie Wilhelmi, Mrs. Shillington, Mrs. L. J. Miller, Mrs. Leo Arndorfer, Mrs^ James Nyman. Ramsey township—Miss Helen Cogley. Mrs Albert McCarthy, Mrs. F H. Mesche. Miss Ida Naber, Mrs. Wm. E. Quinn. 'German township—Mrs. K. Sunderman. Mrs. H. Plaisier, Mrs. G. D. Welhousen, Mrs. H. Dreesman, Mrs. C. Schnucker. * Fenton town and township—Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, Mrs Art Krause, Mrs. Theo. Bieckwenn, Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, Mrs. J. A. G. Smith, Mrs. J. A. Mueller. •Burt—Miss Lurena Wessel, Mrs. L. H. Scheck, Mrs. M. M. Chipman, Mrs. Bahling, Mrs. C. C. Smith. (Portland township—Mrs. Martin Becker, Mrs. 'Martin Larson, Mrs. Roscoe Stewart, Mrs. Henry Smith, Mrs. Ed Wolf. Buffalo township — Mrs. Tom Young, Mrs. Minnie Oesterreicher, Mrs. Henry Orthel, Mrs. Harley Brandt, Mrs. Zwiefel. Lotts Creek—(Mrs. J. A. Jackman, Mrs. James Butler, Mrs. Mittag. ' Union township—Mrs. Geo. Boevers, Mrs. Floyd Gardner, Mrs. F. Cruikshank. Plum Creek township—Mrs. Floyd Bode, Mrs. B. E. Priebe, Mrs. Lela Gardner, Mrs. F. G. Torine, Mrs. Claude Seeley. Wesley town and township—Mrs. Arlo Dawson, Mrs. Julius Kunz, Mrs. Lael Root, Mrs. Halvor Flom, Jr., Mrs. Afred Erdman, Mrs. H. H. Raney. Whittemore town and township- Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Mrs. John Waldron, Mrs. E. Weisbrod, Mrs. R. Oliver, Mrs. Nell Farrell . Qresco township —Mrs.- Elmer Vipond. Irvington township—Mrs. James Vipond. IPrairie township-St. Benedict- Mrs. Harvey Johnson, Mrs. Ben Dorr, Mrs. Lawrence Cink, Mrs. John Youngwirth, Mrs. Mary Penton, Mrs. Fred Erickson. Garfield township — Mrs. Ray Haugen. Riverdale township—Mrs. M. T. McGuire. ISherman township—Carl Swanson and John Brink, LuVerne. LuVerne town • and township- Mrs. A. M, Genrich, Mrs. I. W. Hof. Town Units Officers of town units which operate separately from township units are as follows: Algona—iFred Timm, chairman; Mrs. Nell Larson, vice chairman; Mrs. E. W. Lusby, secretary, and Mrs. M. H. Falkenhainer, treasurer. Bancroft—Mrs. J. F. Helinsky, chairman; Mrs. R. E. Weber, vice chairman; Mrs. Evans Carmean, treasurer, Miss Nami Van Steenburg, secretary. Swea City—Mrs. Ida E. Larson, chairman; Mrs. Jennie Berggren, vice chairman; Mrs. Emil Larson secretary; Mrs. W. E. Carlson, treasurer. Lone Rock—Mrs. Willis Cotton, chairman; Mrs. Alex Krueger, vice chairman; Mrs. Roy Jensen, secretary; Mrs. E. M. Jensen, treasurer. TJitonka—H. A. French, chairman; Mrs. Sadie Denton, vice chairman; Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher, secretary; Mrs. Betty Schutjer, treasurer. * Hospital News Kossuth Hospital Feb. 28—(Matt 'Fisch, Algona, sur- gjcal; James Walker, Algona, surgical. Feb. 24—Zola Dacken, Algona, medical; Ivan Alliston, Algona, surgical. Feb. 86—Alice Hagge, Alffona, surgical. Feb. 27—Mrs. Eugene Robinson, Algona, 'boy. Feb. 28—Clinton Henderson, Burt, surgical; Mrs. Walter Peril, Cylinder, surgical; Raymond Hellman, Lakota,'surgical; Mrs. Paul James, Algona, girl. March 2—sToh^i Kajewski, Algona, medical. General HospHwl Feb. 2»-^Dennis J. Goedersj Sexton, medical; Mrs. iFred Pergande, Algona, surgical. Feb. «7—Mrs. Nicholas Wolf, Lu- Verne, girl. Feb« 2*-9<sorge Marshall, Irvington, medical. MRS.STRffiLEY HEADS LUVERNE CLUB FOR; 1942 iLuVerhe: Mrs. 'Hugh Shirk was hostess to the members of the Progressive club Tuesday evening at the community hall* There were 19 members In attendance and roll call was answered with fashion hints. "Fashions of Half a Century" was the topic of Miss By-, elyn Van Court's paper. It was supplemented With pictures of the styles of dres'ses, evening gowns, bathing suits, etc., dating from the gay nineties to 1840., Mrs. C: B. Huff gave a grand review of the book, ".Reaching for the Stars" by Wain, and Sally Shirk gave a piano number. ' The new drapes for the hall are very colorful and give the hall a festive appearance. They were a community project sponsored by the Progressive club. Officers elected for the new year are: president, Mrs. Vernon' Strlb- ley; vice president, Mrs. Helene Trauger; secretary, Mrs. J. L. Lichty, and treasurer, Mrs S.. R. Baker. Mrs. C. W. Cote and Mrs. Elmer Kubly joined the club. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. F, I. Chapman. lone Brayton, 16 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Roy Brayton, Is ill with rheumatic fever. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Fleming, Renwick, and Mr. and Mrs. H. G. French were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Vernon Stribleys. The Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Whitney, Mrs. Vernon Stribleyv Mrs. Ray Stone and Mrs. Harold Sorensen, went to 'Fort Dodge Thursday tojiear G. Stanley Jones. Harold Phillips has been suffering the past week from arthritis Carl Goetsch has been helping at the Kunz Grain Co. -elevator of which Mr. Phillips Is the manager. (Walter Peterson an-d Arnold Hjelle were in Decorah over the week end where Mr. Peterson visited his brother, who is principal of the Decorah schools and Mr. Hjelle visited his parents. Mrs. Lutjher Johnson returned home Friday after having spent a month with her parents in California. She accompanied a brother from Pingree, S. D., and one from Minneapolis' and a sister from Kansas CHy. The March meeting of the Cemetery Association will be held ion Thursday afternoon at the Community Hall with Mrs. H. E. Feit- zke, Mrs. S. F. Phillips, Mrs. H. E. Rovers and Mrs. Henry Pergande as hostesses. The Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Nelson and son, Byron, Terrill, visited friends here last week Wednesday and Mrs. .Nelson attended the W. S. C S meeting in the afternoon. Rev. Nelson was formerly the Methodist pastor here. The senior class, Sunt. Stribley and the class sponsor, Walter Peterson, were in Algona Friday where the class pictures were taken at the Brown Studio. The class members were guests at a theatre party in the afternoon. (Mr. and (Mrs. Henry Kubly, Mrs. Peter Thompson and her guest, Mrs. G. A. Hanna, were dinner guests Friday of Mrs. Henry Geigel at Renwick. Mrs. Hanna left Sunday for her home at Fairmont after a month's visit here. A. L. Miller and son, Milo and the latter's cousin, Mrs.', George Tiede visited relatives at Cedar Falls last week. They were also met by Mrs. Tiede's daughter of Central City, who with her grandfather, has been spending the winter at Tampa, Fla. 'Donald Hoskins, who has been employed in the Phil C. Lichty hardware store the past year, has secured a position with'a hardware and furniture store at Oakland and with Mrs. Hoskins and their baby is leaving this week bo make their home there. iDave Gardner left Thursday for LaFollette, Tenn., to visit with his brother, Dr. Milo Gardner, and he was accompanied by Mrs. Wm. Bigings and Mary Alice as far as St. Louis, where they were to visit Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sweet, Jr. Mrs. Sweet is the former Vera Bigings. The second woman in LuVerne within a month to receive the word u)f the birth of a granddaughter on her birthday is Mrs. Wm. Woito, The baby is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Woito, Lohrville. She is to be called Molly Ella for her two grandmothers. There is one other daughter in the family. (Herman Schultz, who formerly lived near Manson, are living on the farm recently vacated by Raymond Westling. James Tyndalls have moved from Schuyler, Nebr., to the farm they purchased about a year ago. It is known as the former Mitchell farm. Floyd MacClarans are the new 'owners of the farm formerly occupied by the Walter Rugers, who moved to the John Ruger farm. MacClarans came here from near Holstein, GRANT QUINTS LOSE TO FENTON AND LEDYARD Grant: Friday evening the boys' first and second basketball teams drove to Fenton, where they played the Fenton first and second teams. Both Grant teams were defeated, the first team score being 40-36 and the score of the second 34 to 19. Saturday morning the girls and boys junior high teams played the Ledyard teams on our home floor. Both Grant teams were defeated, the boys' score being 17-11, and the girls' 28-24. Doris Boever began working on Monday at the Jack McDonald home in Ledyard. Mrs. Fred Brandt is spending-the week helping her mother, Mrs. Alec Lloyd of Guckeen. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Waterbury are the parents of a baby girl born Thursday, March 5. This is their first child. • Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Beck and daughter wil ^occupy the house vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mino and iMr. Beck will work for Leonard Mino this year. -Wilbur Farrow and Adolpb, Berhow drove to Thornton, Iowa, on Thursday where they attended a sWre hog sale. WibUr F*r- jpwrchase4 » registered sow. MM, PAtteftan Head* Burt Woman'f Club - fitttt! Tha Burt woman's oluti et last we«k Monday evening*.at the homa of Mrs, R. C. Dfemmel with Mrs. P< L. DYcmmpl assisting MBstess. The following officers for next yeaf were elected! Mrs. c.iw. Patterson, president; Mrs. H. E. Rachut, vice president; Mrs. Jan, ChflstlanBen, secretary^ and Mfd, LeRoy Burger, treasurer. The program topic was "Women in Science" and Mrs. O. H. Graham gave*-a book stiMy of "A W6man Surgeon" by Rosalie Slaughter Morton, Jaycee Members At Chicago Convention John Haggard, Jack Fraser, H. B. White and W. tt. Sharp went to Chicago Thursday eVening wh£re they attended a Junior 'Chamber convention '.over the wek end, representing the Algona group. They returned' to Algona Monday. MRS. BRAUER, 85, PASSES AT HER LEDYARD HOME (Ledyard: Funeral services were held (Monday afternoon, March 2, for Mrs. Catherine Brauer, 86, at the Evangelical Reformed church with the Rev. E. P. Nuas officiating. Burial' was made in the Highland Home Cemetery. (Mrs. Brauer was born in Aurich, Ostfrlesiand, Germany, on Oct. 2, 1856, After coming to America she Was married in 1882 to Oilman Brauer, who preceded her In dea htln 1929. On child was born, Minnie, who survives. Mrs. Brauer lived with her daughter, Minnie, in Ledyard for many years-wtoere Mrs. Brauer was a member of the Evangelical Reformed church. " (Mrs. Brauer had been bedfast the past month suffering from a complication of diseases and she was relieved of her suffering Saturday morning when she passed to her heavenly home. She was one of Ledyard's oldest pioneers and will be remembered •by all as on« who would always give to make others happy. The Dellan family of Swea City has moved into the Albert Brand house. (Mrs. Arvid Brand, St. Paul, .is visiting at 'the parental Albert Brand home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Warner, Algona, visted Sunday at the Asa Warner home. Helen Niehaus spent the week end at Granada with her friend, Catherine Carpenter. 'Rev. and Mrs. Carl Meckel, Elmore, were Sunday dinner guests at the Fred Ploeger home. Edith Logan, who teaches at Seneca, spent the week end at the parental H. D. Mayne home. (Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Spatcher of Green, spent the'week end at the parental Warren Lloyd home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jphns,on and family w ( ere Sunday dinner guests at the Jack Little home near 'Guckeen. Donald Looft left Sunday with the Dubuque College choir on a tour to New York City and Washington, D. G. Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Hartshorn and Martha of Seneca were Sunday dinner guests at the H. D. Mayne home. Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Wiese and family of St. Paul, Minn., spent several' days at the Albert Brand home. Mr. and Mrs—Tice Brack and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller were Blue Earth shoppers on Saturday night. •' Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jacobson and Janet have moved to the Sam Weaver farm which they hava rented. A group of friends entertained at the Alfred Zielske home Saturday evening^ The evening was spent playing cards. Mrs. L. W. Wiemer and Mrs. Henry Frey were in charge of the evening services at the Methodist church Sunday evening. (Mrs. L. D. Mayne spent Monday at the Paul Gelhaus home. The Gel' haus family is moving to the farm formerly rented by Joe Behrends. (Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Warner are parents of a 10 pound baby girl born Friday, Feb.i 27, at the Francis Berhow home in Buffalo Center. She has been named Terry Jean. (Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ackerson, Wesley, and (Mr. and (Mrs. Aka Warner visited Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Warner and daughter at the Francis Berhow home in Buffalo Center Sunday. The Red Cross will hold a meeting Friday, March 6, at the school house. The meeting will begin at 1:30. All ladies are asked to bring their scissors as flannel bed jackets will be cut out. Ann Johannsen, Mrs. Martha Gabel and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Stubbe attended the Dedication Day services of the Immanuel Lutheran church in Forest City at which about 1,000 members and friends of the congregation were present. They also visited at the Waldorf College and at the Edw. Christ home. Aivin and Edyvean Richardson spent Thursday evening at the David Farrows. Baby Chicks, Turkey Poults and Ducklings Book Your Orders Now The Government asks you < to raiae' more poultry and produce more eggs. Why not rWse two broods Dhls year— one early- one late. We are now hatching. Send 1 your order to us now or see our representative- Dqn't del^y! Special Disooupt of SOc per 100 on straight run chicks and accordingly on *s*ed chicks for all chicks form our batches between now aod April 1 Inclusive. . SWEA CITY Phone 85 Swea City, e-w FOUR CORNERS CLUB HAS MEET AND PROGRAM (four Corners: The Mothers' And Daughters' Four Cornfers club met with Verla Mllier and Blslo Llndeman Thursday, March 5. About 24 members and four visitors, Ruth Stevensons, (Lartce and Pearl Potter, Jessie Mitchell and Alice Dlts- wOrth wtere present. After the business meeting a program was given sponsored by Gladys Ellsen- barth and Mildred Robinson. Those taking part Included Irene Bjuat- rom, 'Ruth Hnrfmi, Edith Rich, Ida Nlckerspn, Eula Rich, Rose'Sabln, Ndrma Walker, Rena Crulkshank, Iva Wltham, Janice Bjustrom, Ruth Harlan and Janice Bjustrom won a prize. iLoralne 'Rich spent a few days with her aunt and Uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Wm; D. rayton. Wlllard Mitchell entertained at dinner at the home of his mother, Mrs. Noble Mitchell on Thursday evening. The guests were Betty Turner, Phyllis Maxwell, Joan Potter, Bob Stebrltz and Duane Kollasch. ' ' •' Mrs. Walter Rich met with a painful accident last week while taking care of their chickens, when she stepped on a nail It penetrating her overshoe and shoe and also some distance Into her foot. Doris Drayton Is helping With the work oVer the week end. L. J. (Lowman and Mrs. Everett Witham called at the Louis Lowman home near Fenton' Wednesday afternoon and Mr. and Mrs. Art Alexander and daughter, Joan, called the same evening. Mrs Alexander is a sister of Mrs. Lowman and L. J. is the father of Mrs. Witham and Louis. A'miscellaneous shower was held Friday afternoon at the Leslie and Russell Walker home, honoring Leona Walker, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Walker. A large MINNEflPOLIS Enjoy to wiA, faUodty liulity of th(* MW«4 p«» «WMi*« total th»fl»»«>«iiitht kotol la IdaawpoIU. Whtra UK MCViOM of • OQflMMfCtel koid «• n«alil«i1 wtth &• r«tM »t»e«phm ol.« Hibwb*a bam* »»d wlxn p»iH»q U no ptob- MM! Ho* yo« wfll-Jl»mT«t... • A «u«, fatoadlr beipiullly. • A* «o0«mM(l»pl«M*]rea • B«MttWlr diMentod mw* • Food yo» wdl ««K»y• IstnOMlr OOBTMllMl lOMttCK • Fra*dom faom traffic note*. ' • Surpri«4ngl7 modml* "!•*. "^•"NSScKft^* l.i.WMT/HAH.MW, 10 t^ ST. o( StK AVE SO e,S."-<w™ IHDIVIDUPL- ... >.v^/ M /room n^xrriA.1 / crowd attends* and eeived § ntmbef af.iavW M gift*. , A deliateM hiftoh served by the h&*t69*os. •rtte Movers* Ahd Daughter cottiers dubbin tt« 9J«9trom and Ruth &eek Thiiwdaf, Match son* will be,"When; Man Smiling.". 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