Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 5, 1933 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNtY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA' •MttlttSPAY. JANtTAttY 6. 1938 ACOAL TO FIT EVERY PURSE AND PURPOSE We have been selling coal in this community for a good many years, and have made a careful study of the needs of home owners and business men. Our coal service includes a kind for every purpose—a price to fit every purse. We buy coal in trainload lots, which is your assurance of the greatest possible value for your money. Here is a list of the different kinds that we carry in stock: BOTSFORD'S PEERLESS—Our most famous coal, because it gives you most heat per dollar. No waste, because it is practically free from impurities. Less than a bushel of ashes to the ton. Guaranteed satisfactory or your money back. Berwind Briquettes Petroleum Coke Oriental Lump Blackbird Lump White Ash Lump White Ash Egg Hard Coals Truly a coal to fit every purse and purpose Coal is your most economical fuel. Botsf ord Lumber Co. JIM POOL, Mgr. Phone 256 MRS. F. L. TRIBON will hold a Sale at her home 332 North Thorington SATURDAY JANUARY 7 9 a. in. 33 Silk Dresses at ____ $2.45 House Dresses --------- 55c Two for One Dollar Infants' Coats __________ 95c women's Suits, ea. $2.50 6 Party Dresses at ____ $2.45 Women's Coats, large size with fur collars $2.25 to $5 Women's Blouses ______ 55c Better Silk Dresses ___$4.75 NAVY SEAMAN SEES MOTHER AT BANCROFT Bancroft, Jan. 3—The following has been received from the U. 8. navy recruiting station at the court house at Fort Dodge: "This is to notify you that Raymond Beckner is spending a 30-day leave with his mother, Mrs. Blanche Beckner, Bancroft. "Raymond first enlisted in the navy March G, 1927. After going through training at the Great Lakes naval training station 'he was transferred aboard the U. S. 8. Arizona, on which lie served two years before being transferred to the U. S. S. Nevada. "After -being honorably discharged in 1!)31 he re-enlisted for four years, then was sent to a fire control school at Washington, D. C. After graduating from this school ho re- ' Woman's Club at Burt Meets Tuesday Night Itecture or furniture; American Homebulldlng, iBurt, Jan. 3 — The Woman's club met Tuesday evening at Mi's. P. L. Dremmel's; Mrs. W. H. Vogel, assisting hostess. The program will be on American architecture and furniture: roll call on types of arch- Story of Charlotte Warrior; Visit to a Colonial Home, Mrs. .T. R. Blossom; debate, Should Women Serve on Juries? — affirmative, Mrs. W. A, Peters; negative, Mrs. F. L. Pratt. Tarty Honors Chicago Visitor — Mrs. William Gorman, Wesley, entertained at bridge last Thursday afternoon at the home of her father, W. D. Kearns, in honor of her sister, Mrs. Beatrice Hayward, Chicago. Guests were Mrs. Luclle Lee, Emmeteburg, Mrs. Fielden Perry turned to the U. S. S. Nevada, on which he is now serving." Raymond left (Bancroft last week Wednesday for Washington, D. C., to attend a special school of instruction. Hie mother Is the local telephone manager. Hrlnks In Family Reunion— The Edward Brinks, Waterloo, spent the week-end with the Barney Brinks and the Mrs, J. H. Welp family. Mrs. Brink Is a daughter of Mrs. Welp Sr., and Edward is a son of Barney. They attended a family reunion at the Barney Brink home on New Year's day, and others present were the John Brinks, the A. W. Kennedys, Mr. and Mrs, Bernard Brink Jr., St. Benedict, Ray Brink, Omaha, Frank Brink, Bancroft, and the father, Bernard Brink Sr. Mrs. Doo« e to Germany- Mrs. Hans Doose left Friday evening for New York City, whence she is sailing for Germany to visit her mother and a son. The eon lives at Rendsburg, Schlesswig Holsteln. Mrs. Doose came to Bancroft from Germany last June, and her husband is blacksmith at the Deiterlng garage. They have, two children, and the daughter is employed at " the local telephone office, while the boy attends high school. Two Youths Lose Appendices— Vernon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Godferson, had his appendix removed at the Wohnke hospital Friday evening, and Bobby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Schroeder Wieker, near Swea City, underwent a similar operation about four hours later. Dr. J. A. Devine was assisted by Dr. R. M. Wallace, Algona. Lone Bock Baoo Burled— The 8-months baby of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thompson was buried In Greenwood cemetery Sunday afternoon. The Thompsons live at Lone •Rock, and Mrs. Thompson is a former Bancroft girl, Eva Blanchard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard. The baby died of smallpox. ' Party Honors Woman of 89— A number of women surprised (Mrs. Hubert Delperdang on her 89th birthday Saturday, when they dropped In to vifilt her an hour. Mrs. Delperdang Is the oldest resident of Bancroft and the oldest person belonging to St. John's parish. Tom Pederson Going Abroad— Tom Pederson left Monday evening for Chicago, where he will visit two sisters and then go to Norway, where he has a brother. L. H. Schehck, Mrs. X.e Roy Boettcher, Mrs. Albert Schrader, Mrs. G. E. Brace, Katherme Manus, and Lura Sewick. Union Twp. Teacher Weds— Burt, Jan. 3—Gertrude M. Sage and Robert Ackerman were married at the Methodist .parsonage here Saturday, December 2-1, by the Rev. J. E. Clifton. Mrs. Ackermann has for some years taught the Schenck school in Union, where she made an unusually fine record. The Acker- manns will have the farm south of town owned toy C. E. Sigsbee. Schools Resume Tuesday Mornlnp— The schools reopened Tuesday, after a week and a half of Christmas vacation. The out-of-town teachers spent the holidays at their homes: Charlotte Warrior, Blockton; Alice Eighme, Shannon City; Mildred An- Wlmlen. A great many other Burt people arc also victims. AVntch the Tour 19»2 Out— A New Year's eve service was held at the Lutheran church Saturday night, after which the young people of the Walther League had a watch- night party. Other Hurt News. Among New Year's dinners wae one at H. A. Thompson's, where the S. M. Petersons were entertained. The William Ringedorfs were at •Floyd Duncan's, and the Herbert Trenarys, Lakota, at Tom Trenary's. Mrs. R. W. Hayward, Chicago, and the William Garmans, Wesley, spent the holidays with the women's father, W. D. Kearns. The W. P. Kearns family, Rlngsted, spent Christmas here. The H. W. Tralnens spent last week at Iowa City with Mr. Trainer's mother, Mrs. W. T. Trainer, who had a leg amputated at the University hospital some weeks ago. Mrs. L. N. Dittmer and her brothers, Samuel and Glenn Black, left a week ago Saturday for Cache, Okla., to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Black. The Misses Warner and Whitney entertained at New Tear's dinner Mrs. Anna iMcQuirk and the Henry Guldee, Bancroft, and the C. C. Smiths. iLeo Vinaas, Geneva, III., visited over the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Vlnaaa, who have for many years operated the hotel here. The Aid meets thia week Wednesday at the Methodist parsonage; Mrs. J. E. Clifton and Mrs. C. !B. Chlpman, hostesses. derson, Mllford; Anna Overgaard, Mw. Johanna IDettiaan left last .1 Thursday for Fort Worth, Tex., LONE ROCKERS ARE HOSTS TO MANY GUESTS Wilbur, remained for a week, and Lone Rock, Jan. Blanchards had 2—The J. M. as Christmas guests the John Sones, Qulmby, and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Whitehill, Burt; the Ernest Jensens entertained Mrs. H. A. Osher, the A. H. Hennlngsens, and Elizabeth Jensen, all of Graet- tlnger; tlie Harley Shellitos, Ames, were at the N.' 1>. Cotton's; the 'Henry 'Schroeders and the H. A. Wieners were guests of the Roy Chrlschilleses, (Fenton. The Charles iSchultzes, Forest City, were guests at Fred 'Schultz's; Mr. and Mrs. iRobert iDransfeldt and the TJ. R. Rodericks were entertained by the Mesdamee Dransfeldt and Roderick's mother, Mrs. Margaret Davleon, In Mason City; at M. E. Blanchard's were the Alex Kruegers, Fred Gen- riches, (Lawrence Newbroughs, Mr, and Mrs. Delmar Angus, Mrs. Albert Thompson and children, the Edward Blancharde and Howard Blanchard, all of Lone Rock, the William (Blanchards and Mrs. Florence Hoover, Humboldt, and Mrs. Grace Blanchard and Mrs. Cook, Algona; (the Frank FJalgs were guests at Mrs. Caroline Ackerman's. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger were guests at the Rev. S. M. Gladstone's; the William Quinns and the Edward 'Far- rises at Jack Qulnn's; Mr. and Mrs. Chris Shaser, Mr. and Mrs. Albert •Shaser, and the Walter Thompsons at Mrs. LJllle Thompson's; the Andrew Thomsons were guests at Victor Roger's; Dr. George Elvidge, Perry, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman, at (Roy S. J. Fardal, Hanna, Lone Hock. Bowie Stanhope; Myrtle 9 Colle<rlan§ Here for Holidays— Among collegians hero for Christ- was were Dean Clapsaddle, Grover Fairbanks, and George Graham, Coe college; Myron and Donald Chlpman, Patterson, Wendell • Edward Paine, Ames; Maybelle Gray, Morn- Ingslde; and Irene Aten, Cedar Falls. Aged Couple Both Sick— W. B, Pratt was taken sick last week Wednesday, but Is somewhat better. Mrs. Pratt in also confined to bed, with the .flu. Mrs. M. I. Allen is caring for them. Mr. and Mra. Pratt are both In their 80's. Pastor's Mother Is Improved— The Rev. S. H. Aten got home last week Wednesday from Ambridge, Pa., where he had been called several weeks ago by news of the serious sickness of his mother. She was somewhat better when he left her. Flu Downs Business Men— A number of business men were confined at home with the llu laat week, among them K. J. Smith, A. (H. Meinzer, F. L. Pratt, and C. F. where she will spend the rest of the winter with a sister. (Mrs. Myrtle Rlngsdorf, Bancroft, and two sons were Friday evening dinner guests at William Ringsdorf's. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Stow, Wadena, spent the holidays with Mr. Stow's parents, Mr. and Mrs.' F. O. Stow. '• ' • Wendell Rlngsdorf spent several days last week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Rlnge- dorf. ,.,. . Howard Chlpman, Mason City, spent Sunday and Monday at home. He is the son of E. O. Chlpman. Esther and Aleeda Toetoben, Chicago, spent last week with their mother, Mrs. Anna Toebben. Mrs. Floyd Duncan and -Mrs, Tom Trenary spent Friday with their sister, Mrs. Frel Laabs, Lakota. Several of the children 'of Mr, and Mrs. A. W. Radeke were seriously sick with the flu last week. lona Moyer spent the week-end at Des Molnes. She went down with her brother, R. E. Moyer. The Rev. L. Richmann was a flu victim last week, but was able to conduct services Sunday. John Hughes, Oklahoma, Is visiting hie daughter, Mrs. R. W. Rash. I Jensen's. Now Year's Guests Entertained— The J. M. Blanchards were New Year's guests at H. A. WhltehUTs, Burt. It was Mr. Whltehill'e 80th birthday anniversary. The Calvin Householders entertained the C. E. Householders, Frank Householders, and Ralph Rledels. Mr. and Mre. Xobert Dransfeldt were at L. R. Roderick's. The Chris Shasere entertained Mrs. LHHe Thorn peon and daughter Neva, the Walter Thompsons, Mre. John Rath and granddaughter Charllne. The Frank Flaigs had as guests Mre. Caroline Ackerman and children. The Rev. S. M. Gladstones were guests at A. E. Krueger's. The Emll Krafts were guests of Mr. and Mre. R. G. Borchardt, East Chain, Minn. The Vic:or Rodgere were at the Andrew Thomsons, and the Otis Sanders were-guests of Mrs, Sander's-par-/ ents, the' Claus Helmke's, Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. William Krause entertained Mr. and Mra. Forest Rouse, Ayrshire, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Meyer, and Catherine Reed and children, all of Dakota City. CHILDREN AT GOOD HOPE IN CLUB PROGRAM Good Hope, Jan. 3—The annual Christmas party of the Union township Mothers & Daughters club was held at the Good Hope Community room last Thursday evening, The sons and daughters bore the responsibility of the program, as follows: Instrumental music, Frances Wln- kel; play, Women Folks, Milton Marlow, Fidelis Arndorfer, Katherine Leason, Mrs. Ethel Smith, Ira Kohl; Picture of Mother, Mrs. J. H. Zanke with accompanying music, I Am Thinking Now of Mother, by the Rev. and Mrs. A. H. Wood. The program committee was Kenneth Gould, Ira Kohl, and Milton Marlow, who were responsible also for a clever stage setting of an attractive living room. Following the program a light luncheon was served to 40 persons. They arrived at their destination Sunday night, doing the trip of 1,000 miles in less than 40 hours. Sunday School Flay Planned— An attractive feature to Ibe pre- Other Bancroft News. Peter Wagner, son Joseph, daughter Catherine, and John Schneider, with his daughter Philomena, all of Luxemburg, visited the W. Webbers last week, going home Monday. Mr. Wagner is a brother of Mrs. Webber, and Mr. Schneider a brother-in-law. Mrs. Ben Schneider, Bloomington, W'is., and her eon Edmund visited at the Webber home from last week Wednesday till Saturday. Mrs. Schneider is a Bister of Mrs. Webber. The Jos. Elberts, Algona, and Mr. and Mra. William Besch, Whltte- more, visited Sunday at the Le Roy Schiltz .home. Mr. and Mrs. Schiltz have a new daughter, born last Thursday, named Marjorie Ann. Mrs. Schiltz is a daughter of the Jos. Elberts and a sister of Mrs. Besch. The Lee Browns Jr., Omaha, are spending two weeks with Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown Kr. Lee Jr. left early in the j pecially noteworthy, because of ill- week for Dulutli on a business mis- ness which kept a number of chil- sion. He is connected with the ( dren from .participating. The teach- Western Union telegraph company. ] ers of the day schools of the community adjacent to the church and Chrlstmus Program Draws Crowd— The Christmas program at the Good 'Hope church was presented be- ore an audience which packed all available space. The attendance es- f EMERGENCY LOANS INTEREST 0?f UNPAID BALANCE FOR ACTUAL TIME LOAN HUNS Loans made on Automobiles, Live Stock, etc. Automobiles refinanced, payments reduced. Our "Inland" plan of loans will meet with your approval because they are convenient and helpful. Quick service, confidential, no signers or endorsers required. Twenty months to repay if necessary. Loans made same day as applied for. LOANS MADE TO PURCHASE MILCH COWS AT A LOW RATE OUT OP TOWN LOANS BY MAIL Repayment made on a budget schedule. Write, phone or call "INLAND" Phone 55 Algona, Iowa Office located 1st door north of Iowa State Bank. Mrs. Charles Poth, four children, and Mike May, all of Ashton, came Saturday to visit till Monday with (Mrs. Foth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Schiltz. Mary 'Foth, who had spent two weeks with her grandparents, went home with them. 'Leone Kramer, R. N., Sioux City, came Sunday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kramer. She was graduated from Mercy hospital, Sioux City, last spring, and has been employed there since. Helen Bryden, who teaches primary in the 'Buffalo Center schools, returned to her duties Monday, and Regina Berens returned Monday to Seneca, where she teaches in a consolidated school. (Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Roskoff, Parm- ington, Minn., spent two days last week at the Jos, Baltz home. Mr. Roskoff is a brother of Mrs. Baltz. They went home last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elsbecker enter- their pupils were responsible for a large percentage of the program. Among schools and teachers participating were No. 1, Miss Fraser; No. 2, Miss Slaughter; No .3, Margaret Dodds; No. 5, Miss Gisch; No. 6, Mrs. Quinten Bjustrom; No. 7, Mrs. E. A. Genrich; and the Loyd Potter school, Miss Knudson. sented in connection with the Sunday school at Good Hope next Sunday will be a short play, Christmas Advice, supervised ty Margaret Dodds. Other Good Hope. Mrs. Kate Annls and her daughter Beth returned Monday to Miles City Mont., after having spent the holidays at Don Moore's. While she was here arrangements for transfer of the Annis home place to W. F. Jenkinson, recent purchaser, were •made. Mrs. Vernice Cash, St. Joseph, Mo., and her daughter Mary Carroll will leave this'week Wednesday, after having spent the holidays with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelson. Margaret and Esther Madson, who md been in Good Hope community several months, went to Eagle Grove Christmas eve to spend the holidays at home. J. H. Zanke is doing a good deal of ivork these days on the farm he bought last fall east of Burt, to which he expects to move March 1. Mre. Lena Morgan, Hampton, is here for a stay of indefinite length with her sister, Mrs. Wm. P. Knoll. 'Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Parr are parents of a 10-lb. daughter, born Saturday morning. Wedding- Performed Christmas : ETO The wedding of Gertrude Sage, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Slm- mone, Burt, and Robert Ackerman, youngest son of Mrs. Caroline Ackerman, was solemnized at the Meth- odtet parsonage at Burt December 24, at 3 o'clock, the Rev. J. E. Clifton officiating. They were attended by the bridegroom's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flalg. A dinner was served by Mrs. Caroline Ackerman, Christmas day. Mrs. Ackerman has taught In the rural schools since her graduation from the Burt high school. They will live on a farm east of Burt after March 1st. Mr. Schultz took them home Monday. Roy Zunkel had the misfortune to cut his face while working at the Robert Dransfeldt home during their absence a week ago last Sunday. The cut required three stitches. O. A. Sharp, sons Russell and Delbert, drove to Council Bluffs last week Thursday, returning Saturday. Mrs. Ollle Tyler accompanied them home for a visit. Tho Mothers club will meet next week Wednesday at M. B. Blanchard's, Mra. Edward Blanchard, Mrs. Delmar Angus and Lillian. Angus, hostesses. Mrs. Edward Zunkel fell on the Ice at her honie a week ago Saturday, breaking her right wrist. 'It le thought she will lose the use of her hand. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Worthington, Mallard, and Hugo Worthington went to Rochester Minn., Saturday for an extended visit with relatives. The Christian Endeavor held a party at the R. T. 'Angus home last week Tuesday evening. There were 25 members and guests present. Supt. and Mrs. L. E. Godfrey and daughter Bernadine spent Christmas with Mrs. Godfrey's parents, the Henry Steinhilbers, Truesdale. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Whdtehlll and five children, and Mr. Whitehill's brother Sydney, all of (Floodwood, Minn., spent last week at Mrs. Jennie Wtiitford's. Raymond Schultz and his sister Bernlce, Fort Dodge, spent last week Thursday visiting relatives and friends here. Veronica Saunders and Harold French, Benson, Minn., were g-ueets from Friday till Sunday at the Fred Genrich's. Christian Endeavor met at Will Christenson's Monday evening Instead of the regular time Sunday evening. Gertrude Bteretedt, teacher at Buttrefleld, Minn., is spending two weeks at the parental William Bler- stedt's. Charllne Rath, Good Hope, to spending a few days with her randmother, Mrs. John Rath. Robert Schultz, Amiret, Minn., was a guest at his brother, Fred Schultz's last week Monday. The Doyle Sandere, Renwlck, vto- ited last week Thursday and Friday at-the-Otis Sandere home. v 'Bible Study was held at the Eugene Hoflus home last week Wednesday evening. Alice, JBoiribarger and • Robley Steinhllber, Truesdale, visited at L. E. Godfrey's 'Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Marlow returned Sunday after spending three weeks in Minnesota. The Frys returned Sunday from Cylinder, where they spent laet week 'vacationing. • Harriett Fish returned Sunday from a visit with friends in Valley City, N. D. Floyd Jones has as guests her sister Rosa and cousin Hilda Roberts, of Chester. A boy was born to Mr. and Mre. Carl Rath last week Thursday. The Morris Thompsons are moving to a farm east of Burt. The Fenton basketball team plays here Friday night. Four Corners Much Sickness In Community— The community is swept by sickness, there 'being one or more victims of the flu in almost every home. In some cases as many as five out of six members of a family are in bed. Where no complications have arisen the disease runs its course in a few days. A few cases of pneumonia have arisen, the latest that of Herbert, son of Mr. and (Mrs. Otto Engetrom. Visitors Leave for Home— Phoebe Morgan and Mrs. 666 LIQUID . TABLETS - SALVE Checks Colds first day, Headaches or Ueuralg-lu In 30 mluutes. Malaria In « d»yg. 000 SALVE for head colds. Host Speedy Remedies Known. Lyle respective homes, Sheldon, the latter Long Island, N. Y. Mrs. Louis 'Elsbecker, and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Welp and a son at dinner on New Year's day. John Schuler and Otto Barenthin attended the funeral of a Mr. Jennings, 72, at Tltonka Sunday afternoon. Mr. Jennings suffered a stroke and died Frdday. j, , The Walter Welna. Fort Dodge. | lowlns an 'Potion. Shirley Hildahl is Married- Announcement is made of the marriage of Shirley HlldaW, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. Oi Hildahl, of Greenbush, Minn., to G. E. Whitehead, Perry, which took place tost week Wednesday in Greenbush. Mr. and Mrs. Whitehead will live in Perry. Mr. Whitehead was a former teacher in the local schools. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton Saturday. Infant Daughter Passes— Beverly Ann Thompson, nine- months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thompson, died at M. E. Blanchard's last Saturday afternoon after an illness with chickenpox and pneumonia. Beverly Ann was born at Armstrong April 4, 1932. Besides her parents she is survived by a sister, Donna Jean, and a brother, Mervin. St. Benedict Lenore Arndorfer, Charter Oak, spent the holidays at home, going back to school Monday. Amelia Arndorfer, her sisters Students Return to College— College students' returning to the former to to Northport, Mies Morgan was here during the holidays. Mre. Morris had been here a number of weeks during the convalescence of j her mother, Mrs. C. L. Dittmer, fol- are visiting a few days at the M. A. j William Treptow 80; Party— Saunders and Mrs. J. H. Welp 'Sr. j Relatives and friends were guests homes. The two boys are visiting Sunday at William Treptow's in at Humboldt. .celebration of Mr. Treptow's 80th Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fangman, (.birthday. The company included Mr. Alta, and their month-old baby ; and Mrs. John Moser Mrs W J spent New Year's with Lawrence's , Knoll, Mrs. Lena Morgan Mrs Burl parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fang- lann. A. J. Berens, Chicago, spent New Year's here with his parents, Mr. | Ellis, Spirit Lake, daughter Patricia Ann, Mr. and Mre. James Knoll, and the Rev. and Mrs. A. H. Wood. and Mrs. Peter Berens, returning to I Travel 1,000 Miles, 40 Hours— Chicago Monday night. (Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McGee, Fair- Mrs. Leonard Dlttmer and her brothers, Samuel and Glen Black mont, spent the week-end with the left Saturday morning, December 24, latter's mother, Mrs. Cora Hunt. The Tom Garrys have the Mr. Garry is a mail carrier. for Cache, Okla., where they are flu.! spending several weeks with their I parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Black. Betty and Lenore, and Mre. Nick Arndorfer drove to Elmore a few days ago to visit Mr. and Mrs. Albert Garmann. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Arndorfer entertained at Christmas dinner Amelia, Lenore, and Betty Arndorfer, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Carroll, daughter Denise, Mr. and Mrs. George Simons, son Robert, Mrs. Mary Simons, daughters Lucille, •Harriett, Melvlna, and Ella, and eons Albert and Ralph, Leo Ludwig, ond Roy Pickens. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Arndorfer and their daughter Theresa Ann spent Christmas day with Mrs. Arndorfer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Eisenbarth. Christine and Adelhaide Eisenbarth, Algona, were also at home. Mr. and Mre. August Felir entertained at Christmas dinner Mrs. Rosa Arndorfer, her children, the Leo Millers, Algona, and the George Ai-ndorfers. The Catholic school had a week's vacation over Christmas and 'New Year's. The Julian Arndorfers, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Arndorfer, and the E. F. Arndorfers were dinner guests on New Year's day at Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arndorfer's. A card party was held at the hall on New Year's evening, and a large crowd attended. Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Rahm are parents of a girl, born last week Tuesday. They have now two girls. IMre. Isadore Elsenbarth recently spent a few days with her daughter, Mrs. E. F. Arndorfer. school Monday are Beulah Gladstone ;o Coe, Cedar Rapids; Alice Angus, Park college, Parkville, Mo.; Vera Morris, Iowa State, Ames. Those who returned Tuesday are Donald and Gordon Blanchard, Helen Radig and Howard Blanchard to State Teacher's college, Cedar Falls. School Has Christinas Program— Ruth Householder, teacher of District No. 9 school in Swea township, gave a Christmas program a week ago Friday. Many from here attended. Miss Householder was one of the six teachers who gave the program at the community hall, Swea City. Newlyweds are Charlvarled— A group charivarled Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ackerman last week Thursday evening. They were invited to return to a card party Friday evening, and ice cream and cake were served to 500. First Aid Talk Is Given— The Mite society met Thursday with Mrs. Edward Farris. Alma Madison gave a talk on .finst aid. The society meets this Thursday with Mrs. Frank Dacken. The M. & D. club met last Thursday with Mrs. Iva Wltham, 14 : pre^- ent, and roll call waa answered with varieties of winter pastimes. A musical program wae given: Evelyn Niokerson, piano solo; Irene Wlth- am, reading; Verla Lowman, piano solo; whistling solo, Mrs. Elsie Lln- deman, accompanied at the piano* by Evelyn Cruiksriank; reading, loria Witham; vocal duet, Ruth Robinson and Margaret Ditsworth, accompanied 'by Evelyn 'Nickerson. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Jos. .Elbert January 12. Christmas dinner gueste at John Sabin's were the Arch Walkers, Orville Holdrens, Earl Rich, Mrs. Edith Rich, the Edward Riches, and Vincent Wilson. The Fern Hulings, Britt, the Ael- jelt Meyers family and the Lurhl Fesslers, Klngsted, and the Louis Lowmane Jr. spent Christinas day at J. P. Nlckerson'e. Practically this whole neighborhood is down with the flu. Some have it harder than others. Robert and Grace Walker spent part of last week with the "Louis Broesders, doing the housework and the chores while the Broesders were sick with the flu. The Norville Mitchells, Fairfield, spent last week at Etna Mitchell's. Christmas dinner guests included the Noble Mitchells, Mr. and Mrs. Arle Dlttmer, Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Larson. The Norville Mitchells went home Saturday. days last week at the Le Roy Schiltz hom4, *Brincroft. The ^chlltees are parente of a girl, born one day last week. . Mrs, Schiltz is a daughter ot the Elberts. 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Lola Moeer, employed at the Thompson Lumber company, Mankato, Blva Ewoldt, attending Business College in Mankato, and Esther Godden, a student at the Lily 'Blanche School of Beauty Culture, Mankato, spent their vacation at their parental homes. They all returned this week Monday. Mrs. Albert Kreesin and daughters Matilda and Eleanor Pompe, and Gladys Saunders were guests at P. E. Macumber's last week Thursday •Miss Pompe and Miss Saunders are from CorrectlonvJlle. Mrs. Clifford Meyer and Mrs. Catherine Reed and children, Humboldt, and Mr. and Mrs. Orval Rosendahl, Superior, visited at the parental William Krause home a week ago Saturday. The Carl Zollere, Nora Springe, visited at Fred Schultz'a last week January 5 to 7 Inclusive FOR SPECIAL DIET MONARCH DIETJC CANNED FRUITS OR VEGETABLES PACKED WITHOUT SUGAR OR SALT ADDED Longhorn Cheese, fresh and mild, 2 Ibs. 'Monday. 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