Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1932 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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MIE BIGHT K088WH COUNTS ADVANdfi. ALdONA. IOWA BUSINESS DIRECTORY K088CTH COTJNTT ADVANCE Weekly Newspaper Founded in 1901 Entered as Secona-Ctass Matter December 31, 1908, at the Postofffot at Algona, Iowa, Under the Act of March 2, 1879. LAWYERS IT. B. Quarton H. W. Mlllei QUAHTON A MILLER Law Offices. Phones; Office 427, residence Sl4 Algona, Iowa. ' J. L. BONAR Attorney -at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 4GO-W. Algona, lows BULLIVAN, McMAHOIT * J. W. Sullivan S. E. McMahoi * L. E. Linnan Attorneya-at-Law. Phones: Office, 261; J. W. S., 809. B. B. McK., 403. Algona, low* HARRINGTON A DICKINSON f. P. Harrington L. J. Dlcklnaoi Attorneys-at-Law Phones; Office, 28; T. P. H., 44C B. i. YAH NESS, G. W. STILLMAI* Lawyers Office over. Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W. Algona, low* O. D. Shumway. E. D. Kellj ; 8HOMWAT ft KEBLY Attorneys-at-Law Office In Qulnby Block Phone 68 Algona, low* ' Ii, A. WINKEL Atttorney-at-Law Office In Quinby Building Phone 180 HIRAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State Bank. Phone 206. Algona, Iowa P. A. BANSON Attorney- At-Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 46»-J.; Res. 315 DOCTORS JOHN N. KENEFICK Physician .and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326. C. H. CRETZMEYER Physician and Surgeon Office in John Galbralth Block Phones: Office, 310; res., 444 Algeria Iow» " P. V. JANSE, M. D, Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Street Phones: Office, 666; residence, 86* Algona, Iowa WALTER FRASER, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office in Qulnby Bldg., Room 14. Phone No. 12 MELVIN G. BOURNE Physician and Surgeon Office in Postofftce Block Phones: Office, 197; residence, Jli TITONKAH.S, SENIORS WILL VISIT ALGONA Tltonka, Nov. 22—The high school enlors, their sponsor, Alene Johnon, and Supt. Hoon will visit the <Ugona Art studio next week Tues- ay. They will spend the morning it the studio, having pictures tak- n, and will attend a show, Big Broadcast, In the afternoon. The Matures are being taken early this ear to serve two purposes, Christ - nas gifts and graduation gifts. The enlors are: Donald Banta, Lester Eden, Merwyn Hansen, Viola Rlke, Margaret 'Sleper, Anna Welhousen, Vrlo Larson, Edward Stecker, Margaret Calllee, Edlthmae Budlong, roeephine Stecker, Elsie Kuchonreu- her, iFanme Pannkuk, Vernelle Zwiefel, Edward Sathoff, Woodrow Peterson, and Alice Richter. Auxiliary Radio,, Party Planned— The rehabilitation* department; of he local Legion Auxiliary unit will mve a ra<Ho. party .and work meet- hg at the Mrs. William' Rlcklefs ,ome this week Friday. Lunch will e served following the radio pro- ram On the entertaining commlt- ee are Pearl Rlcklefe, chairman, Martha-and Mathilda Falk, Jennie Breen. Mattlo Harringa, and Etta .nd Mattle cBeenken. •arty Honors George Nelson— A birthday party was given Frl- ay night at the Nelson Bros, home, veet of town, in honor of George kelson. Guests were Mrs. Carrie Bonacker, Estelle Bonacker, Mr. and tfrs. Miller Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bonacker, Mable Tutton, rTre. George Bonacker, Martin and Alldred Nelson, Gilbert Nelson, and rtr. and Mrs. L. B. Larson. W. D. ANDREWS, D, 0.'" Osteopathlc Physician and Snrgeo* Located in General Hospital. Phones: Office 187, 'Res. 688. B, A. EVANS, M. D. Over Borchardt Drug Store Phones: Residence 312, office 306. Algona, Iowa. DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON Dentist. Gas and novocalne used for ex 'traction. Located over Chrlstensen Store. •'Phones: Business 166, residence 470 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS t. W. FOX J. B. WINKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona 'Phones: Office, 475-W.; res. 475-R. BUILDING CONTRACTORS COWAN & SON General Contractors Estimates Furnished . Phones: ' Business, ,639-Jr.- res., Iv MACHINISTS JTORTON MACHINE WORKS Machinists and Welders Service Stock on . Piston Rings, Pins, and Bearings West of Courthouse Phone 55 INSURANCE K08SUTH COUNT IT MUTUAJL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $16,000,000 worth of insuranc In force. A home company. Safe •ecure. J. O. Paxaoi,, Secretarj City Property Loan* Farm Loan* Insurance. Real Jfistate. CUNNINGHAM It LACY 107 W. State St. Algona, low Istclle Bonacker Birthday Observed A ibirthday party was given in onor of Estelle Bonacker last week "uesday night. Attending: Mr. and Irs. L. .B. Larson, the Amos, Raymond and George Bonackers, Albert, eorge, Julia, and Nellie Nelson, dr. and Mrs. Miller Nelson, the Marin Nelsons, Crystal Lake, Oscar Blanchard, Aletha Schreck, and Male Tutton. Mtonka Loses to Bancroft— A double-header -basketball game vas played at Bancroft last Thursday night between Titonka and Ban- roft, and both the first and second earns here were defeated. Attend- ng the game from Titonka were Barbara Ball, Ruth Stott, Ardis Keley, Helen Beed, and Lois Heifner. Woman's Clnfc Meots Friday— The Woman's club met Friday; ilrs. Luria Craven, hostess, 'Mrs, Herman'Rs.cliut', leader." The leisson was on development of education in Iowa, and roll call was answered vith the names of Iowa colleges. The next meeting will be held at the lome of Mrs. Stephen de Vriee. Titonka Girl to I. S. T. C.— Edith, daughter of Mrs. Julia Reynolds, graduated here last spring, goes to the State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, and .will be there two erme, after which ' she will teach. She had the highest grades in her class all through high school. Methodists Meet New Snpt.— Dinner was served at the Methodist church last Thursday night, everyone taking a covered dish. Committee meetings were held, and the ocal Methodists met the new district Pcnton Twins in Union Named Helen and Ellen left into plan to to <jftHtdrhlft. Union Twp., Nov. 22—Helen Joan and Ellen Jean have beeft chosen as names for the twins born last week Monday to Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Penton, who tenant what Is, known as the Nellie Taylor farm, on the Black Cat. Mrs. Penton and the twins are being cared for by Mrs. Herman Dau at the latter's home. The Pen- tons now have six girls and two boys. Busy Be? Club Dines— The Busy Bee club had Its annual banquet at the Burt Legion hall Flday evening. Fifty members and guests were seated at three long tables, one of which was for children. High school girls served a two-course dinner, which was followed by a program of music and recitations, Mrs. Jake Smith presld- Ign. Games and stunts furnished other entertainment. Several members of the club live in thte township, Bothers at or near Burt. Union Caste Record Vote— • •A-total of 216 votes were cast in this" township at the general election. So far as known to thte writer that'was a record'vote. While Union is regarded as republican, the vote for president was: Roosevelt, 155; Thomas, 3; Hoover, '58. The vote was erroneously repor.ted in the vote by precincts on the front page of the Advance, School Program Draws Crowd— A program at the No. 4 sch'ool- hous was well attended Friday evening. The pupils were assisted by outside talent. Vocal, piano, 'harmonica, and guitar music, yodellng, plays, and other numbers brought hearty applause. The school realized $12. School Flag Pole Damaged— The 'flag pole at the Dlst. No. B Center schoolhouee was bent and damaged -by unknown miscreants on Halloween night. A -few years ago a similar pole at the same-place was badly damaged one night, and a new pole had to be put up.. Other Union. Mr. and Mra. -F. S. Thompson entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leason. This -was a pre-Thanksglvlng dinner. Mr. and Mre. C. Gross, Lone Hock wUl enter* tain the Leason clan on Thanksgiving day. Mrs, Gross was, before marriage, 'Hilda Leason, and Mra. Leason 'was Katherlne Thompson. ..M. and Mrs. Charles Scott entertained'"at a pheasant dinner M la»fe> Wednesday evening. Gueats included MeesrB. and Mesdames C...SI bee, Rotw Elvidge, Sydney 'johivVna Curtis Holding, alao lola Stott and a friend, all of Burt. - Mrs. Robert Sarchet Is recuperating from a tonstllectomy performed a week ago Saturday. Sarah Neeling, employed at A. B. Schenck's, spent the week-end at Sydney John's, Burt. JUNIOR HIGH AT LEDYAF HOLDS DEC D LAM superintendent, the Rev. W. Muhleman, for the first time. G. H. W. POST Dray and Transfer STORAGE OF All KINDS Long Distance Hauling. nyery load insured uinst loss and damn of all kinds. Equip- t .'d to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 298 Algona, Iowa Evelyn Sclmltz Has Operation— Evelyn Schultz, Sebastopol, Calif., formerly Titonka, was 'recently operated on at the General hospital, Santa Rosa, Calif., for appendicitis. She is reported recovering. Other Titonka News. Mr, and Mrs. H. A. French entertained their dinner bridge club last week Tuesday night, and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell French, Algona, were guests. Editor and Mrs. iLee O. Wolfe won the high family score; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Budlong, low. A Legion Auxiliary executive board meeting will be held at Camilla Cooper's next Monday, and following the business meeting a study 'hour will be conducted on national department and unit bylaws, etc. Mrs. George Alevrlck, of North Dakota, -and a son have been spending a few days at E, R. Intermill's, north of town. Leone Recker, Buffalo Center, was a Sunday guest of the Intermills. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gray last Thursday. The Grays now have seven children, four 'boys and three girls. Mrs. C. A. Hoon and Mrs. S. J. de Vrles will entertain the Methodist Aid in the basement of the church next week Wednesday. The Ralph Torgersons, of Des Moines, visited Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Ledyard, Nov. 22—Friday afternoon the humorous class ot the Junior high declamatory team held its elimination contest. There were 12 entries: Arlowe Blome, Harold Moore, Billy Baumann, Henrietta O'Keefe, Edith Logan, Donald Berhow, Ruth Eetle, Margaret Smith, Elwood Green, Betty Matzener, Delores Hassebrock, and Bernard Anderson. The -first three -places were won iby Ruth Estle, Edith Logan, and Ellwood Green respectively, the first two will represent Ledyard in a later contest. Runaway Causes a Flurry— There was excitement In' town Saturday afternoon -for a (few minutes. -Laurence Pingte's team became -frightened while he was picking corn In a field near jerry Ken- Ing's. The horses came to town and ran past the.blacksmith, shop and up between the produce station'and the barber shop. They were stopped by the Standard filling etatlbnt No one was hurt, nor was anything^ broken. Brltt Pastor Preaches Her*— The Rev. Mr. Peterson, Brltt,. filled the Methodist -pulpit Sunday,, substituting for the Rev. F. O. Johnson, who is sick. His text was, "I am not ashamed of the Gospel." There will be another substitute here mext Sunday. Mr. Johnson will tie 1 fflffi duty for some time. Nltz Track jn Smash-Up— L. A. Nltz and Bertha drove' to> Le Sueur Center, Minn., last Thurs'- day after a truck which was somewhat smashed up there recently; when Mr, Nitz ran into an unligh'ted car parked on the road. Met.liodlst Aid Plans Supper— The Methodist Aid held a busli- ness meeting Saturday night at the* home of Blanche Jenks to plan the annual bazaar and church supper. The facuKy and the puplte will have a Thanksgiving holiday this week Thursday .and Friday. Mr. and iMrs. Ed. Halvorson attended the funeral of an old friend at Rake last week -Monday. Fred Reece, Des Moines, and.Rob- ert Johns, Newton, came Saturday for .the pheasant hunting.-, Mrs. August Sprank received word last Thursday of the serlooia illneee of her mother at Eldora. Glenn Yahnke spent 'last week picking corn at Julius Jenson's, near Buffalo Center. ' Mrs. A. E. Laurltzen 'entertained •the Sewing Circle last week Monday night. Donald Pugsley, Des Moines, is at P. W. and Ed. Reece's for the winter. John Manthel IB critically sick and 1 under the care of Doctor Devlne. FENTON 4-H'RS HAVE ELECTED NEW OFFICERS Fenton, Nov. 22—The Fenton Forward 4*H club met at Ruth Olaus's with Bernlce hostess, lost Kramer as assistant Saturday afternoon. Fifteen members, the leader, Mrs. W. J, Welsbrod, and one guest, Verona Welsbrod, were present. Roll call was favorite candy recipes. Officers for the -new year were elected as follows: President, Alice Dreyer; Ella Dreyer, vice president! secretary, Lorena Dreyer; treasurer, Leona (Borchardt; reporter, Elvlna Dreyer; historian, Virginia, Frank. Plans were made for a Christmas party Wednesday evening, December 21, at the home of Irene Krause. Anniversaries Are Honored- Mr, and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson had as dinner guests last week Monday evening, the Nels ..Mitchells, and Mrs. Harry Wright .and daughter Peggy, of Algonn,. and the K. O. Stephensons, honoring-.their tWrty- flrst wedding anniversary. It was also the birthday, Mitchell.'•'"" anniversary of Bride Honored »t Shower— The Standard Bearers held their regular meeting last week Monday evening' In the Methodist church parlor. Hostesses were Verabel Ulfers and Virginia 'Frank. A towel shower was given for Mrs. S. W. Meyer, one of their members who was recently married. Leaguers Home Talent Pleases— The Epworth League members presented a home talent play, An Old Fashioned Mother, at the Fenton opera house (Friday night. A. large crowd attended, and pronounced the play very good. Son Born to Leo Elberls— < Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elbert, of Garner,'are parents of a son born No- vembe 12. Mrs. Elbert was formerly-Alice .Haneeni .Her mother has 'been caring for them. Dot-cm Club to Kmmetsbnrg-— The members of the Dorcas Sewing club drove to Emmetsburg • last week Wednesday and were entertained by Mrs. F. E. Welsbrod. Youths Off for Coast— Stanley Munch and Le Roy Hus- Junior H. S., LuVerne, Gives Home Talent Play Lu Verne, Nov. 22— A Junior class play,. Polishing Papa, Friday, night at' the gymnasium was well done be^ f ore to a large audience. ' Richatrd' Niver, rich sausage manufacturer, and Wayne Lang and Roberta jhas- tereon, -Ma educated son and daughter, twofc leading ' parts. Frank Hartley was advertising solicitor; Clem Saa^aer, young attorney in love The date was set for December 7. Wednesday; Floyd Andersons Lose Babe— Borri, to Mr. and Mrs. IFloyd Anderson, Blue Earth, November 17, a< boy, who died at birth and was bur-led at Lakota. Mrs. Anderson was- Elsie Baumann. with the daughter; Eileen Neal, young woman with whom the son was in love 1 ; and Grant Jennings, an English Lord. Edna Hlntz, Marvel Davidson 1 ,, aradl Charlene Chrlstensen were the' otfiier characters. The high school orchestra played before the firet act amdl between the first and second, and' Verle Scribner and Glen tMcClellan execrated the Dance of the Grecian; tTrn between Act3 2 and 3. Tour Around' World Continued — The Progressive Woman's club resumed an imaginary trip around the world 1 FM'dTay at Mrs. Ernest Woito's. Mrs. Cfeorge Hanselman conducted 1 a "toor* of the Malay peninsula', Slain,, and Eaeten China, and Laura Ehgel read a paper on India. Thirteen members attended and hel'ped 1 prepare tuberculosis seals for maUlng; The next meeting' will -be wl'tft Mrs. E. Zeltz in twir weelts; and C'.. R.. Stanley, Wheaton, in., also William Muntz, 'Elgin, '111. • The XBases' Sfcfoner, Roorda, and J., L. ;LIchty, OthM Fonton Mrs. H. <3. Lind"sey fetufhed Saturday evening « rom ' Carroll ahd GJidden, where she spent the past week with her daughters. She was accompanied by her daUghtej- Vivian, who will spend a two Weeks vacation with her parents. The Clifford Parishes, of Newton, came last week 1 Wednesday to hunt pheasants. They were guests of Donnld Welsbrod. Mr. Parish and Mr. Wetebrod were college mates at Ames. Paul Elgler, of Ames, spent 'a few days last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Eigler. Mrs. Elgler accompanied him to Ames -Saturday to spend a few days at C. B. Brooker's. The Russell Chtems, of Montevideo, Minn., came last week to visit the latter's mother, Mrs. William Meyer. Mrs'. Meyer accompanied them home for an extended Visit. Hilda Jaekulke returned Tuesday to Minneapolis after a short vacation spent with her parents. She was employed nt the Minneapolis golf club last summer. The H. H. Widdete entertained their .bridge .; club last Thursday evening. The W. V. Yagers received family prize, the !F. P. Newels the low .score. • ... , -.,,.- r^-,' Mrs. Henry SchnltB was hostess to. her 'bridge club Saturday afternoon. Mrs. H. H. Wlddel received high score. Mrs. E. J. Frank the travel prize. Agnes Goetsch accompanied Harold and Mildred Goetsch to Fort Dodge Sunday, and she visited her aunt, Mrs. George Smith. H. E. Stedman and Alfred Chapman, of Glldden, spent Friday and Saturday at H. C. Lindsey and C. M. Umpsted's. Frank Bailey and children and Mrs. Kate Newel visited Sunday at D?. A. T. Whitlow's in Swea City. Verona Weisbrod has been assisting her uncle, E. C. Weisbrod, In the postoffice. since last week. The H. J. Bowmans/of Swea City, visited the latter's brother, Dr. John Sanftner, 'Friday evening. Mary Gappa, of Whlttemore, spent several days last week with her sister, Mrs. A. H. Krause. '•.-'•', Mrs. Carrie Voight entertained the : . Hook and Needle club last week Wednesday evening. The Donald Weisbrods ' were dinner guests at James Stow's at Burt Saturday evening. ' • D. H. Waite was ill last week. He went to Emmetsburg CFriday to visit with his daughter. Loren Espe, of Esthervllle, spent a few days last week at the parental John Espe'fi. ' " Mrs. O. H. Graham wae hostess to her sewing club laat week Tuesday .evening. The C. G. Humphreys were entertained at G. M. M'Uler's in Ringsted Sunday. visited SEfBB Geislrceker at 'the hospital at' Bract Bbdigw Saturday. Amber Rogers, taking" nurses' tratning there, accompanied; tftem home for a. brief visit. Mrs. WTQlami MoeeHng: was brought home- froroi 'Ftort Hodge last week Tuwday,. followtng a goiter operation! there otr t&«? preceding Thursday.; Mesdames- O;. S. Lund), Ray Stone, Harold Philliiw, and: WiTnam B&d- deley attended 1 , a group- MfefiFiod'lst W. F. M. S. rnaatng- at CorwftKi Friday. Dr. Mark Williams, CTrfcagoi, and his family arrj'vwl 1 -FriaaF to v&ft the former's^ ststeri Mrsi JSIaynard Spooner. Scott Hanna 1 went to Iowa City Sunday, whew. Hia ai'ster,. Mr», In>galls Swishen; returned to her Some there. Irene and : Bfernfce> Swenaora the week-end at Anton Didriksen's, Algona. Clarence EJhgut; Ciedar visited relates Rere Friday. [LEGAL NOT1CES| Elg-hth Grader 8 Are Hosts — The eighth graders were hosts at a party for the seventh and ninth 1 graders and the high school faculty- last week Wednesday evening at the' ymnasium. frauds Building: New Kitchen— The 'L. C. Strands are doing some- emodellng on their house. A n is toeing built at the rear. trand'e brother is doing the UirPE WHITE B CARBON PAPEB AT THE ADVANCE AMI (f .-=5=5 MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE Algona, Iowa Torgerson during the pheasant hunting season. Mr. and Mns. Wendell French, of Algona, were here during pheasant season, and visited the H. A. Frenches. Mrs. J. K. Rlppentrop has been sick with the flu, and Grandma Newville has been sick with pneumonia. Alene Johnson, English teacher spent the week-end at Des Moines with her parents, returning Sunday Mrs. Fred Wentz and her son left Saturday to visit Blue Earth relatives till after Thanksgiving. Tom and Virgil Pellet and a Lieut Campbell, Des Moines, huntet pheasants here Iaet week. The Lutheran Aid served suppe) in the basement of the church Saturday night. The R. S. Perrys, Algona, weri Sunday afternoon callers at H. A French's. Murray Spends $68. It cost Ray Murray, Buffalo Cen ter farmer and Legionnaire, only |6 to win election as state secretary o agriculture. • . Whittemore Barn Burns. Whittemore, Nov. 22—The fir. siren gave notice Friday morning that the William Reimers barn.'wa ablaze. It was burned to the grounc A lantern which Mr. Reimera too] into the barn fell over and exploded Mrs. .edyard Boy Joins Jfavy — Anton Anderson, went to Mason Jity 'Friday to make application! to oln the 'navy. Sulloolmantcru; Club Meets Here— At a meeting of the county Scnoolmasters- club at the echoolhouse Monday evening local only H' attended'.. OWnner was served at 7, a-mT a business meeting followed. Tfre toeail teachere gave a musical program fop- the wives of the superintendents-. ;' Notice Is hereby given that by virtue ot & Special Execution directed to,me from the Clerk of the District Court of Koasuth county, Iowa, on & Judglment rendered in said Court 6n the 17th day of October/1932, in favor of Koss'uth county, Iowa, as plaintiff/ and against' Frank Vera, as defendant, for the sutri of Four Thousand Three Hundred sixty- eight and 02/100 ($4368.02) dollars and costs, taxed at Ninety-eight and 50/100 <f 98.60) Dollar* and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described rent property as the property "'of the • said' ' Richard Koepke, iFrank Vera, Hazel May Vera, Hattle^B. Moulds, John E. Moulds, Albert Olson, and Jemle •©!; son, to satisfy said execution, towlt: The Northeast Quarter ot the Southeast Quarter (NEK SE%) excepting 1,44 acres lying north of the highway, and the North Half of the , west Quarto,- Half ot °f thn Of the of the county, to sell such 5th pronertv thereof as may he •aW execution with orulng costs at nubl| 0 ° 08t9 «> highest bidder ? 0l the 7th day of ° the east door of tl A'eona, in Ku at the hour of 10 day, when ami wheredn ' will be given i, y «" Now 1932. this 7lh dayo ' ' Sheriff of w By Everett L' Shumway & K c] | y ' Plaintiff's Attorneys. A$U JO Al, Hi. fellow] ' ».*• •• • - -v*-* • •> '" LOOK AT THE DIFFER CAMAY • 3 t 3 1| former prlw 1 1 IVORY SOAP • former price J|j IVORY SOAP 2 i XMMmrytAMf iiioucAfi former price I Guest IVORY 2 r Ftrfcc* **4 AmA. a, fin* . '''WIM prM ft M«p tan At OXYDOL CHIPSO • former prlee former prl« I HORY FLAKES Sexton OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 3673. State of Iowa, Koasuth county, as. in District Court, November Term, 1932. To All Whom It. May Concern: You 'are hereby notified,' that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of. Margaret E. Wlnslow, deceased, dated January 4, 1932, having been this day filed,, .opened and; read, the 5th day of December, 1932, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 9 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause If any they have, why said instrument should not be probated ana allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, November 4, 1912. CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court By CLARA SCHAAP. Deputy. T. P. Harrington, Attorney. 9-11 Other Ledyard News. Mrs. D. B. Mayer and Marjiorte,. Mrs. Niester, Mrs. George Thompon, and the latter's son Kenwetbi attended a Methodist bazaar at Lakota 1st week Wednesday- They called no the Rev. F. O. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Junkins, of Omaha, came, last week Monday to visit the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T 1 . S. Jenks. Friday they went .0 Albert Lea to visit Mr. Junkins' Brother, returning Sunday. Harold Granner refereed a basketball game at the St. John's school, Bancroft, last Thursday. Misa Kitley, A. E. Laurltzen, and four high school boya went with him. Mrs. D. B. Mayer gave her Methodist tea last week Tuesday. Her guests were Mesdames L. W. Weimer, Moulton, Link, and Knoner, and Miseee Granner and Kitley. Joan Kline gave a party at the Woodman hall, Lakota, Friday night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. A. <fru(To Teacher toseg Appendix- Irene Gefehecker, 5th and 6th grade teacher, fell sick last week Tuesday and was taken to Mercy tospttat,, Fort Dodge, where she had an appendicitis operation. Wednes- ( day. Mrs. A. J. Eaeon Is substitut- i fijg ftar h*r. Samuel Smith Reported Sick— Mr. and 'Mrs. H.. C. Allen had word one day last week that their sonrin^ tow, Samuel Smith, Minneapolis, had been sick with (heart disease. He is recovering, but will have to take a vacation from work lor sometime. Pheasant Dinner for S. S. Cluss— * The Methodist Young Men's S. S. class had a pheasant dinner at the city hall Saturday evening, prepared and served by themselves. Thi» is an annual affair, teacher. John Brink Is F. Sohultz, and 50 from here attended. Betty Matzener entertained seven girl friends after echool last week Monday In honor of her birthday. She received a number of gifts. William Herzog, George Aleepack, and Clarence Kanne, all of Baxter, were pheasant hunting and visiting at Wm. Greene's last week. The Bridge club met Friday night at the home of Mrs. Ella Gelhaus; 'Misses Stranaihan and Nolan, host- Gordon Matzener celebrated his birthday last week Tuesday by entertaining a few of his boy friends. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Garry drove to Minneapolis Saturday to attend a Michigan-Minnesota football Union Thanksgiving Services Today Union Thanksgiving services win be held this week Thursday at 10:30 a. m. at the Presbyterian church, the Rev. A. J. Koonce, Presbyterian pastor, preaching. Rust Collegians to Sing— The Rust college colored singers •wiltpresent a program at the Methodist church this week Friday evening, Woman Hurt In Fall on Ice- Mrs. J. O'Connor slipped on the ice last Thursday, and has since been nursing a badly wrenched hip. Other Lu Verne News. Mrs. Ray Stone and Norma Partridge entertained the Entre Nous club at four tables of bridge at the Stone home last week Monday evening. Mrs. Cecil Huff won the high score; Anga Roorda, the travel prize. Mrs. P. V. Janse and Mre. Burdette Agard, Algona, were guests. The Grant Jennings family bad as guests during the pheasant season Mrs. Jennings' brother, H. W. Stanley, Boone, big wife, and Mrs. Jennings' cousin, M. L. Stanley, Boone, Mr. andl Mrs:. W. K. TayTop and 1 son Dean returned" Saturday from Corydon, where- they had been since last week- Tuesday- visiting- Mrs-. Taylor's father, Jaeofr Mitchell, and on business' matters; Ctorydoit is, 50 miles eoutHiof Xtes-MWnest. The Taylors lived there till last March, where they moved: to a farm here. Mr. and 1 Mtsr, Laurence Voge]: and two daughters, of Ottumwa, spent several days test week at W. C. Taylor's; OTn. Voset hunted' pheau- ante during the t>pen season. Mr. Vogel is-employed- on the raiTroad at Ottumwa. Mrs: MTaekr Wise entertained the Aid last Thursday afternoon at her home east of town. Mrs. Jorgen Skow; Wesley, held Bible study, after wli-rcft swpper.wa.s served to 14. The* next meeting will be" December 15 with Ms. G. B. Wise at the store. Mr; and 1 Mre. Mack Wise win move to- a farm near Mason City next spring, and the OrvIIIe HedrJcka to the farm now occupied by the Wise*. Five members of the church board went to Wesley Monday to attend a first quarterly conference meeting. Strpt. Muhleman, presided. A committee was elected Sunday after Sunday school to prepare a Christmas program. Mrs; B. E Sanders, Mrs. Mack Wise, and Neli Wise were named. Mrs. Veda Hed- rlck and Marie Harris were named as the music committee. The Rev. Mr. McNulty preached a Thanksgiving sermon Sunday morn- Ing 1 and there was special large* former prt« cakes Al for Z| Tfc« largest selling soap In tkn HARD WATER Offc A D K. cakes CA8TILK OVFA* 0 for Mils Body 0«or formerprfceif, . the digestible short l-Ib. can 21e 1 I-? Ibw can Sic 3.1b.cw former price 9fce ' former .price 89c former prfc» ORDER A, GOOD SUPPLY TODAY ALGONA— Basket iCrrocery W, A. White »' Long's Fqo<l Store •-. Mqe; & : Sjogretiti; >'0: "£ Council Oak A. & P. Grocery Bloom's •. •'"••. - : Thos. Akre C. S. Johnson Powell's Grocery Green's Cash Grocery H. R. Sorensen & Coi. BURT— Smith Dept. Store Vogel Gash Store A. W. Bettins , BANCROFT— Kennedy Bros. Merrill Bros. Hood's Cash Grocery Paul Pframes SWEA CITY— Sanborn Cash Store Appleqiiist Grocery E. L. Hansen • • LEDYARD— ,. Tice Brack ;p H; N. Dyer LAKOTA— C: R. Smith .'• Thaves Sisters 'FENTON— Bailey & Co. Penton Merc. Co. LONE BOCK- G. A. Sharp WHITTEMORE- H. R. Zumach WESLEY— A. L. Kleinpeter Kouba's Market Chas. Krause TITONKA— Bonacker Bros. A. B. Pannkuk W. F. Callies Est, LU VERNE— Lichty & Ross I. H. Benedict , Tiede & Schneider] ST. BENEDICT- 'I Mary Fasbender Public Sale * ault farraln * * >W 8eU •* «t mr Urm located 3 miles " •Mittrf n rm oca aoutn of Fenton; 8 miles west and 9 south of Lone Roekj ft mite, "orti ?«•* 1 test of LoUi C Tuesday, November 2! IMMEDIATELY ATTKB FBKB X,UNCII AT NOON the choir and a duet, Thanksgiving's Song, by Marie Harris and Neva Olsen, during the offering. The Sunday echool will have Its party 'Friday evening at George Ol- sen'e. It la to be a hard times affair.. Neva Olsen 'and Dorothy Fraser are .on the entertaining committee. The" Lou Boleneus family. Doan, were Sunday guests at the B. E. Sanders -home. Mrs. Boleneus Is a eis'ter of- Mrs. Sanders. 15 HEAD OF LIVE STOCK 1| Four Head of Horses 9 *rey S eldln g8 , 13 and U year, old, wl f h t M*, 8 blaelj ^^ 8 „< u ,. earg old, «*M 1 Eleven Head of Cattle Donlon for Speaker. Representative P. H. Donlon, Palo Alto county, has announced candidacy for speaker. He Is a democrat. There are a half do»en or more other candidates. Farm Machinery, Etc. eie b fc J ft*" Dw>re •»"»"« ••*«•> *«• *** * * ' ' Ohtt ****>»> »»"* W *» **™> corn Ip4torfc * County Agent Change. County Agent Wcholg, Hvunbojdt, , has resigned and accepted ft similar -poet at Webster City. , Paul Nemitz, Prop

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