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ART 6, 1933, LAKOTA WOMAN TASSES AFTER LONG ILLNESS Z-Mts. Jenne Jor- Christmas Program Is Given at Lotts Creek KOSSUTH COT7NTY ADVANCE. AtX?ONA. IOWA J£»n daughter of Mr. and Mrs. STAmeWberg, died at Iowa City S£w?ft* m^y monthe of sufter - ?t She was born at Tltonka and • 4 ail her life in this community, more ,wero Mr. and Mrs was married to Alfred Jorgen- Wlc'htendahl. tho n P nr^ n „„ 8 1 6 Tt Fairmont, Minn., February *? 1925, and leaves her husband, 7> 18 , James 6 years old, and 3 her parents, 7 sisters, Mrs. Lester Kahl, Rozena, two sons, , Margaret, Elgin, Juan- t Romola; 6 brothers Dick, »en Bert, Arnold, John, and Oliver. Serai services were held In the Xjyterian church, and Interment e in Maple Hill cemetery. just past 29jrears of age. Former Pastor Here Passes— Friends here received word of the ; «,cent death of the Rev. J. A. Davles ft his home in Oklahoma. Death was neart <Jlaeaee ' He wlu reembered by some of the older ra»Idents as he wae pastor of the local Methodist church more than 25 rem years ago. The parsonage was built while he was pastor. The Davies went from Lakota to the Theological Seminary in. Boston, where he later craduated. He preached in' Mexico for a few years, then In Kansas, and hae been In Oklahoma for some time. He leaves hla widow, one son and one daughter. •William Kenning is Deda— ^William Hennig, father of Julius Hennlg east of town farmer, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Mike Gleason, at Blalrsburg last week Monday, and funeral cervices were held at the local Lutheran church Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Hennlg was horn in Saxony, Germany, in 1843, and was past 89 years old. Mr. and 'Mrs. Hennig were former residents of Lakota, and his wife died here eight years ago. Mr. Hennlg leaves two. daughters and one son, 24 grandchildren, and seven great- grandchildren. Interment was made in the local cemetery ibeslde his wife. Tltonka Couple Are Married— • Hebe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boeckholt, and Ellert, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Boyken, all of •near Titonka, were married at Blue •Earth Saturday . They were attended by the bride's sister Gertrude and her cousin, Arthur Boeckholt. They , will make their home at Titonka, ' where the groom has a trucking business. Pond for Skaters Planned— The Commercial club and fire department are backing the project of a skating pond on the school ground ' and the youngsters are enjoying It. Water from the city hydrants was used to flood a apace on the south side of the ground and Bob Clemans Is looking after it. BelatlTos Visit Substitute Pastor— The Rev, Paul Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Johnson, his sister Nellie and family, and the Paulson family, all of Kanawha, came '•'" Simftav to visit Paul and brought a big New Year's dinner with them, •which was served in the church dining room. Other Lakota News. Mrs. L. E. Hefley and son, of • Hardy, came last week for a visit •with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ennen. Mrs. Ennen has been seriously 111 for some time with gall bladder trouble, but is slightly improved. Richard Hamquist left Friday for Poplar, Wls., to visit His parents. His father, who Is past 80, is aerl- totts Creek, Jan. 3-Thc annual Christmas pl-ogram was given bv pupils of the Lutheran school on Christmas eve at the Lutheran church. iForty-two pupils took part directed by the toucher, William' Schmlel. The church was filled u> capacity. Attending from Whltte- Henry Honry who was baptised. The boy was named Lado Arnold. Aid Honors I'tiRlor'g AVIfc— ^Tho Lutheran Aid met at the Rev. H. Fiono's last week Tuesday to surprise Mrs. Flene on her 50th birthday. Other Lotts Creek. MRS, JACOB WEISBROD IS OEAOiFENTON Ponton, Jan. 2—The community wns saddened December 18 by the death of Mrs. Ursula Welebrod. She was unusually active for one of her age, and would have been SO years old had she lived till March 8. She had just returned home .from Klma Potratz, employed at Fort church. She sat down and after Bodge, came home a week ago Frl- j speaking a few words passed eud- day, and Hilda, also employed there, denly away. Mrs. Welebrod was came last week Sunday, to visit 'born March 1853, near Berne, Sehultz families, Mrs. Seims, daughter Esther, son Ervin, the William and Albert Meyers, the Herman Volghts, Mr. and Mrs. William Rusch Sr., the Erelle Ohms, and the Edw. Maahs family. Shower Honors Jffrg. IVrntz— A shower for Mrs. Herbert Po- i nitely. trots was given last week Monday Mr. and Mrs. Alex Rodlg left last evening at the John Kohlwes home, week Tuesday for Cedar Falls to ~~ ...-., ...... .„ ,„..„. „,.„ and 60 relatives and friends attend- I t-ake their daughter Helen back to i settled on a farm a mile and a half ed. Mrs. Potratz was presented with her studies at the State- Teachers! southwest of Fenton, where her their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Switzerland, where she lived till her 'Potratv:. Hilda stayed only a few early youth. When 20 years old she days, but JUIma will stay indefi- came to America, and located at plan to hold them regularly. Hllbert Hanteiman, of Chicago, 1? visiting.his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman. He Is salesman for the iPurol company. Wilfred Relmers and Glenn Aus- horne returned to Des Moines last week Monday after spending Christmas at H. B. Roimer'a. The H. H. Wlddels and H. W. Schultes were entertained last week Monday at the P. H. Jensen's In Port Dodge. Irene Krause was hostess to the i'. • '.' , j. , PAQB THEM* HOLIDAY PROGAMS AT SEXTON DRAW TWO GOOD CROWDS 'Sexton, Jan. 2>—-The Christmas program at the church the Friday .before Christmas was well attended and the program was well rendered, freshmen class Christmas evening I«« was also the school program In in cclefbration of her birthday anniversary. The Sam Scares visited Mr. Scare's sister, Mrs. Martin Holland at Laurcns last week Monday. Margaret Scare, of Ra<3cliffe, and Howard Robinson, of Nevada, spent * the hall the Wednesday evening the same week. The Sexton school and the Kutchara school joined In these programs. Tickets were sold for a blanket, and Mrs. Chas. Aman won. After the program the teachers, Anna Trenary and Hilda Ansel, sold sandwiches, coffee, Ice cream, and cake. Springfield, 111. In 1874 she married are's S'rdv * Jacob Wetebrod. After living there ; Th/ 7 t n £ » i K ? i , The H °° k and Needle olub 6am two years they came to Iowa and many gifts. She was formerly Ruth Sehultz. At midnight lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Potratz were married (December 11. • Another Shower for Mrs. Potrntz— •Mrs. Herbert Potratz was taken by surprise Friday afternoon, when a large number of relatives and friends gathered at the 'Lutheran school, Whlttemore, for a shower in her honor. The bride received many gifts, and a lunch was served. Mrs. Richard Potratz, of Lotts Creek attended. — Ben Schmidt Daughter Haptlscrt— The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt was baptised Sunday by the Rev. 13. Fiene, and was named Marvel Esther. Sponsors were Minnie Scheppmann and Leo Schmidt. Serves ns Baptism Sponsor- Alfred "Wlttkopf spent Sunday at Whlttemore, where ho was a sponsor for the Arnold Zumach bafby, M, & D, CLUB, UNION TWP,, 7 GIVES^ PARTY Union Twp., Jan. 3-^Fifty members and friends of the M. & D. club college. Mr, and M went on to Tama, i turn the same even) Mrs. Arthur Ruse Kona Monday morn her mother, Mrs. ] who has been sick few weeks Mrs. Ru stay a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Fra tertalned as New Kuests the Fred Herman Hintz famil inger, and Mr. and Hclaner. Eleanora Pompc Saundcrs, Correctlo thllda Kressln, Christmas vacation sin's. Edna Schultz, W Sunday at the I home. Helen Radl Year's guest of Lor Albert Lauck wen ton last week Tuesd funeral of a friend, day. •Mr. and Mrs. Chris employed at Ross Creek, spent Chris Year's at home. The Glenn Stumto spent last week \Vod nGSclfiv tit Ectr Stumbo, the forme is a sister of Earl lived on the farm te The No. 5 school day, after a vaca then t to Alcare for Schallin, Year's dinner Boettchers, the ly, William Leln- Mrs. Herman e and Gladys nville, and Ma- Fenton, spent Richard Potratz Harry Alt, un's, Plum and New Tuesday and Taylor's. Mrs. former Mabel Taylor, girl Elmer now lives. Eight sons an< children were born, four daughters, all of whom survive: Elmer, Ernest, Mrs. Mary Kohlstedt, and Mrs. Emma Light, all of Fenton; Ben, of Nampa, Idaho; Clarence, of Rlng- was W. R. Wolfe last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod were entertained at Mrs. Carrie Haase's In Fairmont Saturday. The William Millers and Claude Seeleys were guests last week Monday at Henry Miller's. Mrs. Sam Warner entertained the Christmas Dinners arc Given— Christmas dinner guests at A. L. Greenfield's were the Clem Cunninghams and W. C. Taylors. Chrlstmae guests at John Harls's were the Harry Harris and Homer Anderson families, Mary Harris, of Algona,! and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Han-' sen, of Wesley. Dorcas Sewing club last sted; Mrs. Irene Yager and 'Lydla Wednesday oi ernoon Weisbrod, of Baker, Ore. She Is also ' - survived by one sister, Mrs. Verona Weisbrod, and one brother John 33ol- Hngcr, both of Fenton, and 16 Returns from Southern Trip— grandchildren, grandchildren. and Her three great- friends numbered by her acquaintances. She was preceded in death by her husband January 20, 1010. Togeth- ' Der -j 9 er, they organized the first Sunday school in this community and were charter members of the first Methodist Episcopal church here. A school house was used as a church till un- Verona Weisbrod • visited from last week Tuesday till Friday with relatives in Algona. Edna Ijaurltzen, of Whlttemore, spent last Thursday at Dr. J. T. Waite's. The high school senior class held a party at Alvina Dreyer's Decem- week ! Emmet Paetz returned last week from Louisiana, where he had spent; Wright, of Algona, spent | last week visiting Margaret Stephnson. •Mrs. Clarence Theesfleld was very ill with influenza the week. Weisbrod was the first president of the Foreign Missionary society organized here. Funeral services were held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, December 21, in the Methodist church, the Rev. J. T. Snyder in charge. Burial was made In the cemetery south of town. Pallbearers were E. C. Weisbrod, E. J. Weisbrod, F. J. Weisbrod, Kenneth Bollinger, Lester Weisbrod, and Frank Weiebrod. Teachers and Students Home— Among the Penton teachers and a few days. Mr. Paetz thinks the south would be a pleasant country to live in. Party Draws Good Crowd— There was a good attendance at a party held at Orville Hedrick's Friday night. The evening was spent at games, after which lunch was served. Flu Epidemic In Sexton— There is an epidemic of the flu in and around Sexton, and several have been very sick with it. TITONKIAN, PIONEER HERE, OIESJF STROKE Jennlngi.'dlea'tast Thm^day, follow- L^,^^,^ 1 !!!, 6 *^^"! 00 *™ ing a stroke. The funeral was held i" Other Sexton News. Mrs. G. B. Wise, her daughters, Nell and Mrs. Drusilla Noble, and son Herman spent New Year's day with the Strother Wise family at iMason City. Nell Wise is spending this week at Burt with her sister, Mrs. ''Loyd Steven. Sunday. Mr. Jennings was born in Steuben county, New York, in 1860. His father was a Methodist minister. His had a party in the Good Hope Com- Wednesday preceding Christmas munity room last Thursday evening. \ Man Gisch is teacher. S Chl ' StmaS ' Piano music by Frances Winkel; a play by Fidelis Arndorfer, the Mesdames Ethel Smith and Katherine Leason, Ira Kohl, and Milton Marlow, and a vocal solo by the Rev. lived on the farm tenanted by Louis students who came for the holidays Parents moved to Algona in 1865, °de. are: Teachers—Frances Bailey,! an d he was married to Emily <Lorene The No. 5 school reopened Blon- Britt; Irene Newel, Belmond; Edith ^ewvllle January 1, 1881. since the | Loage, Cedar Rapids; Mallnda Han-i Nine children were born, two dy- telman, Allison; Salina Hantelman, j in K in infancy. Living are: Mrs. Mr. Wood, with Mrs. Wood at piano, made up the program, and was followed by a social hour, with lunch. The program committee was Kenneth Gould, Milton and Ira, and the menu committee was Mesdames Irma Harvey, Julia Taylor, Vesta Sarchet, and Luella Schenck, Union Teacher Is Bride—The No. 4 eohoo-1 will reopen next Monday, after a two weeks vacation. The teacher, Gertrude Sage, was married to 'Robert Ackerman, Burt, on Decmber "24 by the Rev. A. English, Algona, at his home. The couple, will have the C. E.-'Sigsbee'farm, generally known as the Dettman farm, southeast of Burt, after March j Mrs. O. S. Moore, Wlllard Zeigler, Many families here have been having the Influenza. CRESGO M.-D. CLUB HOLDS CHRISTMAS PARTY, PROGRAM S. Cresco, Jan. 3—The Mothers & Daughters club gave a party December 20 at Mrs. F. L. Zeigler's, Algona. The committee in charge consisted of the Mesdames F. C. Parks, M. L. Dutton, and H. Bjelland. The program was: recitations by children; violin solo, Wayne Moore; two-act play .Christmas at J fite'TiT'the* St7 "joh'n£ 'Lutheran Findlays Flats—leading characters, ch urch Tuesday nff«rnnnn ** •>. •.<~*»iu,»; -»».i»nju»» i UU.li.llt4, _1 J.CIJI LCJIJJcWlf j "O "* »*»*.MiJt \rfji t j^u y llig O,l C , HVLiSf Clarksville; Edna Hantelman and ' Julia T aft, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Mayme 'Speicher, Fairmont; Fred and Mrs. •Minnie Larsen, Titonka; John, of Whittemore; Mrs. Lillian Graham, Titonka; Mrs. Fannie Speicher, of Swea City. Mr. Jennings joined the United Brethren church at Ledyard in 1896. He was a member of the-1. O. O. F. lodge here. He was a kind and loving husband and father and a. friend to all those who knew him. Florence Weisbrod, Des Moines; and Elvira Krause, Garner; students — August Krause, Luther college, Decorah; Karl Schwartz, Coe, Cedar Rapids; Arthur Kuecker, Iowa State, Ames; Derwood Eigler, Creighton, Omaha; Lucille Weisbrod, Iowa School of Beauty Culture, Des Moines. Uthof Infant Dies Saturday— The nine-months-old son of and Mrs. Henry Uthof, north town, died 'Saturday evening Burt, where he had been taken for treatment of a spinal infection, from which he has been suffering since birth. OBesdies his parents he leaves three brothers, Edwin, Donald, and Raymond. Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. R. W. Kabe- Mr. of at Whittemore Girl Weds. Whittemore, Jan. 3—Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Helmke announce the marriage of their daughter, Annette Katherine, to Frank Oliver Greer at San Bernardino, Calif., December 21. The bride had been employed at •Beverly Hills eight years. Mr. Greer now of Los Angeles, formerly Alberta, Sask., is sales manager for a church Tuesday afternoon at 2 [ Los Angeles factory branch, o'clock. Burial was made in the' are Mesdames Quinten Bjustrom carols; and singing by a quartette, 1. Mils. Ackerman will finish teach- j Evelyn and Hazel Dutton, Wayne i ce metery north of town ing the year. Three of Union's seven I and Keith Moore, Mrs. Parks and teachers are married; the_ others; Mrs. Strayer; 5 little girls, singing j Golden Wedding Surprise Given- Mr, and Mrs. William Alderson were surprised a week ago Monday night when about 35 relatives and friends gathered to help them celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. The guests brought well-filled and E. A. Genrich. Many liny Christmas Seals— Airs. A. B. Schenck, township chairman for the Christinas seal "'. and has been bedfast for sale, reports that all but 11 out of name months. Mr. and Mrs. Henry , _. .Newel, were visiting relatives' here last week and took Miss Henrietta Klleet home with them -for a prolonged visit. The Rev. 'and Mrs. Gerald XJkena, «f Jesup, came Christmas day for a visit with their parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Frerklng and Mrs. Ida XJkena. Doctor and Mrs. Williams spent Christmas with his parents at Fort Bodge, and the doctor spent meet of last week suffering with flu. The Woodmen and Royal Nelgh- ^a held a New Year's eve party Saturday evening, and a good crowd .alloyed dancing and cards. _The 4th annual supper by the ttesbyterlan men was served at the Saturday evening, and they about |50. The Roy Farringtone, Montgomy. spent Christmas day with the 130 families to whom seals were sent Kllest, of i have replied. The county chairman Bays a follow-up letter must be sent to those not replying. Why not save the postage, and the chairman the work? (Let's make the replies 100 per cent. A complete report of the amount of money received and how it is expended will be given later. , SmUhs also guests. Waa7'i/ 0h " Sonls3 el. of CenV 6n t0 the Otto Koppens Stevens, Mrs. Anton Boeokholt en- at a Mrs enjoyed the E. Noble is quite sick with J. Woodworths spent with relatives at Ocheye- V Tamen spent last ' week relatives at Buffalo Center. RADIO LU VERNE SHUT-INS :5o d , at their 'Neb. cabinet radio was in- home from the to worthy r by contributions of bllr Kl and i * , SohmWt ' ia tota »y ' * v Doctor Examines No. 4 Pupils— Dr. M. G. Bourne, Algona, spent Wednesday afternoon, December 14, at the DLst. No, 4 school, examining 17 pupils. Cards for suggested cor- Meedames C. Reaper, Dutton, Strayer, and Martin, with Mrs. Bjelland at piano. Mr. Strayer, as Santa Claus, distributed gifts and treats. In the house a large tree, also a growing tree near a porch, were baskets and after a pleasantly spent beautifully decorated. A tray luncheon was served. Mildred Sunding evening- refreshments were served. The couple were presentd with a sil- and Ruth Muckey, Algona, were j ver collection as a token from their guests. The January club meeting gue sts. will be held at Mrs. F. L. Miller's. Other South Cresco. ' Nearly every family has patients with severe colds or the flu. The Earl Miller children had it last week, and Paul, the youngest, has had pneumonia since Saturday. At this writing Tuesday he is thought slightly improved. Ralph Lindhorst was out of school a week before the rections were sent to the parents, holidays. Tracy Von Bank has pneu- Six mothers and one father watched ] monia, following the flu. iShe is at the examinations. Doctor Bourne, who donated his services, is a former Union boy who completed his Matt Lamuth's, Algona. Lu Ella Potter returned Sunday to Aahton, where she teaches school, elementary work in the No. 3 school, i after having- spent the holidays with where his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. j her parents, Mr. and Mrs.^L. A. Pojt- J, Bourne, still live. Aldersong Fifty Years Wed— The William Aldersons entertained last week Monday in honor of their fiftieth wedding anniversary the Myron Aldensons, Joseph Kings, Wayne Alderson, George Gremmels, and Bernlce Sutton. W E.OAfRiRY a full line of legal •blanks In common use. — Advance. visiting in Moines and Kansas City, Mo. Their daughter Lyle, now Mrs. Raymond Pough, lives in Kansas City. Ruth Miller and Aline Martlnek returned Monday to their schools at Quasqueton and Winthrop respectively, after a week at home. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise and little sons spent Christmas with Mrs. Wise's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred | De Varey, at Swea City. Gladys, daughter of the Emmet Paetz's who has been employed in Chicago for some time spent the holidays at home. Mr. and Mrs. John McMahon were entertained at an oyster supper last Thursday evening at Clem Cunningham's. Charlie Miller is spending a few days at W. C. Taylor's. Mr. Miller worked for Mr. Taylor last summre. Pearl Steven returned to Rudd Monday after a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven. (Mabel Johnson returned from Corwith Monday noon, after spending a week with friends. The Orren Johnsons spent New Tear's with Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs. Amy Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Johnson an son spent New Year's day at Clem Cunningham's. Ruth Miller spent a few days lae week with college friends at Worth 1 ington, Minn. EXPERIENCED GERJL WANTS housework.—Call Advance. 6pl6 FOR SAUE^PUREBRED Guernsey 2-year-old bull.—Burt Brown. p!6 WANTED—OP'RAC'PrOA'L —Call 128. • nursing. Julia It on rue Home Again— Julia Bourne returned to Des Moines Monday, after a visit since Friday with her parents, -Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne, 'She also spent the Christmas week-end at home. ter, and brother, C. A. Potter. R. D. Alderman, Omaha, and the Clarence Gardners, Bancroft, were guests last week at the Potter homes. Mr. and Mrs. Fernley Runchey returned Friday, after a month with the latter's relatives. at Iowa City. Julia Is with Successful Farming, j They spent New Year's at Albert Groseribach's, Sexton. The L. A. Des Moines. The Bournes were guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters, Burt, on Christmas day. Mrs. Peters is a niece of Miss Bourne. M. & 1>, Club Meets Next Week— Mesdames Nan Ward and Vesta Sarchet will entertain the M. & D. club on January 12; program: paper, Is toeing an only child a handicap? Mrs. Luella Schenek; paper, Adjusting Ourselves to Our Environment, Mrs. Anga Stoutenberg; music, children's songs, Mrs. Emily Moore. Crulkshanks Married 18 Years— 'Last Thursday air. and Mrs. Frank Crulkshank celebrated their 12th wedding anniversary by entertaining the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. !F\ Granzow, Algona, eister Lillian, brother Albert and his fam- ly, and sister, Mrs, (Ralph Morgan, Cresco, and her family. Other Union News. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cruikshank entertained the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Jenklnson, her brother ''Lou," and sister, Mrs. Austin Gardner, with the latter's husband, on New Year's day. On Christmas day the Glenn Jenklnsona, the Leonard Cruikshanks, and *he W. P. Jenklnsone were guests of the [ardners. The Claude Dearchs family, the Earl Taylors, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoflue spent Christmas with Mrs. Garrett Dearchs, Algona, who entertained at a family dinner. On New Year's day Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoflue entertained a large group of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Albert WJbben, l«a- kota. &n4 a daughter spent Obrtet- Potters were at A. E. Clayton's, and the William >Ru'ncheys at William Greenfield's, near Irvington. Harry Sunding and his daughter Arlene went to Ames and Des Moines last week Tuesday for visits, -but returned last Thursday 'because Arlene had the flu. She was able to resume her duties as teacher of the Harry Potter school Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Martin spent Saturday night with the former's •parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Martin, Algona. Mrs. L. E. has since been with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Harlg, St. Benedict, caring for her mother, who has the flu. Cards have been received announcing the arrival of a girl December 13 for Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bosworth, Lincoln, Neb. They have two other daughters. The Bosworths moved from the Quarton farm last March. The William Greenfields, Irvington, the John Ulfers family, Fenton, Mrs. Mary 'Runchey, Algona, and Lyle Runchey, and Glen Litteral, Sioux City, were Christmas guests at William Runchey's. Lyle Runchey and his roommate, Glen Litteral, Sioux City, son of the Rev. Mr. Litteral, Squth Sioux City, spent two days last week with the former's parents, 'Mr, and Mrs. William Runchey. Mrs. J. M. Cox is out, following an illness with gallstones. O. W. Brown suffered an attack of the same disease last week. Mrs. Brown is able to sit up for a short while each day. Clifford Worster left Monday to resume studies at the Stm college 9^ osteopathy. Des Moines. Charles I4ndhoret returned to Iowa state F. C. Baileys are Quarantined— Mr. and Mrs. A, H. Krause drove to Iowa (Palls Christmas day to visil the P. C. Baileys, but when they gol there they found their home under quarantine for scarlet fever. Suffers Concussion In Full— J. F. Newel has been laid up since last week Tuesday night as the result of a fall on the ice which caused a slight concussion. »uv» a W*V&MI.V. wj"~- —'-—_- .•-__ wttb Mrs. WJIbben's parents,«°« e ee, Other Fenton News. Mrs. Hattie Weisbrod and eon Shelby returned last week Tuesday after spending Christmas with Mrs Weisbrod's daughter, Mrs. Frank Warrel, at New Market. They also visited the Harry Filers In Council Bluffs, and Mrs. Henry Paper, formerly Ma'bel Brandt, former home economics teacher here. The J. P. Newels, Irene Newel, Mrs. Kate Newel, and the P. J. Weisbrods were entertained at a six o'clock dinner and cards at P. P. Newel's last week Tuesday evening. The Rev. and Mrs.. J. T. Snyder and children returned last week Wednesday after a few days visit with Mrs. Snyder's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Losse, at Lake City. Henry Fender and youngest son Victor, of Renwick, visited at Dr. J. T. Waite's and with other friends last week Monday. Mr. Fender was a forper section foreman here. Esther Siegel and I. Tamers, of Waterloo, came Sunday night to visit Verona Weisbrod. Mrs. Siegel and Miss Weisbrod were college- mates at Coe. v Mrs. F. H. Eigler was hostess to the Afternoon bridge club Saturday, (Mrs. O. H. Graham received high score, Mrs. W. T. Ohm the travel prize. The Hugo -Den-kens, of Lester, left last week (Monday after spending Christmas with Mrs. Denker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod. The A. H. Meyers were Sunday guests at the Rev. J. T. Snyder's. The L. J. Weisbrode were guests at the Elerick Kern's in Whittemore. Vivian Huskamp returned to her work in Chicago last week after ' a holiday vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huekamp. Paul Eigler, .of Ames, spent OhrJa- mas at the parental P. H. Eigler home. The married folks held a dance In the F«nt9w opera howse Friday large crowd was out, They ___________ _ ____ EXPERIENCED GIRiL WANTS general housework in Algona, p!6 BAERBD ROOK COCKHREiL)s~FOR SA'LE. — W. C. Helter, Lone Rock. __ _____ __ 9pl6-18 TWO HAM'PSHIRIE BOARS ~ -FOR sale cheap. — Carl Hutchins, phone 24F3. FOR ___ ___ 10pl6 FOR SAILE OR TRAIDE— HAiMP- shlre yearling boar. — A. B. 'Schenck, Algona. 10>pl6 HAMPSHIRE March boars. — Paul Blumer, two miles south of Galbralth. 13pl6 FOR RENT— PARTLY MODERN 5-room house, $10 month. — John Williams, 509 W. College, 12ul4tf FOR SALiE—(HOLSTEIN MILCH .cows; fresh soon.—Kern & Lowman Bros., mile and half west of Sexton. 17pl8-17 FOR SA'L/B—OPOR REPAIRS; Model T Ford truck, 1926 engine, Muncle shift, 33x5 tire, small-size triple box. — R. W. Butterfield, 1% north Burt. 23U16 FOR SALE-JHIGH GRADE HOL stein heifer and two young cows also a few Poland China bred rfow —R. W. Butterfield, 1% north Burt 22ul SALESMEN—-WITH OR WITHOUT car, free to travel surrounding territory, good pay in advance.— Apply C. A. Sehultz, 405 Q. Woos ter. 20pl FOR SAiLE—WALNUT AND BUT ternut meats, and walnut and but ternuts by the bushel. Duck and geeee feather pillows; also dressed turkeys.—Mrs. F. S. Thompson. 23pl5-l WE DESIRE TO EXPRESS OUR heartfelt thanks to all our neighbors and friends who so kindly assisted during the sickness and death of our beloved mother; also for the beautiful floral offerings of sympathy.—The (family of Louise Butts (50)16 MEN WANTED FOR RAWLEIGH routes of SOO consumers in anc near cities of Algona, Rolfe, Em- meteburg, and county of northwest Kossuth. Reliable hustler can start earning $25 weekly and increase every month. Write immediately.— Rawleigh Co., Dept. IO-114-S, Fr..ee- port, 111. 40pl6 and 18 tinp « to PROBLEMS ARE INVITED IF YOU have any printing job* turn them » over to us for a perfect result. We will gladly advise you, without charge, on any printing problem* you have* FOR SERVICE Dry Cleaning We solicit your business the coming year and assure you the best possible treatment. We call for and deliver Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 587 GROCERY Week-End Specials Super Suds, large pkg. _. 15c Macaroni, 3 pkgs. __. 13c Pepper, 1 Ib. pkg. 28c Sugar, cane, 10 Ib. bag __ 47c Oatmeal, large pkg, 2 for_ Salmon, tall can 9c Crackers, 2 Ib. pkg. 19c Toilet Paper, 6 rolls •- 25c CASH Purchase of Winter Merchandise We made some very good buys on winter merchandise this week and going to turn this merchandise to the public. First come, first served. Read on: Men's 5-buckle all-rubber overshoes $1.98 1 rack ladies' and misses' dresses, values up.lo'is choice at ; '±$ c 1 rack of boys' overcoats or suits" to close~out~_~_$1.98 1 table silk crepes, tub silks and pongee, val. to $2.00 yard, your choice, yard •_. 25<j Boys' dress shirts, all sizes .IIIIII89e One lot boys' wool blazers IIIII™79c Men's heavy wool shirts I~95c Men's lined jackets ~~~~ ~gg c Men's heavy overalls ~_ ~ ~69c Children's soft sole shoes, pair IIIIII 350 Men's work shirts ~ ~~89c Boys' work shirts -I—IIIIIIII 37c Men's heavy wool mixed sox IIIII_I 10c 1 Jot ladies', girls' and boys' shoes, pair Jill Vl.OO Ladies' and misses' all rubber gaiters __I"~~~ 79c Men's heavy ribbed union suits ~49e Boys' overalls ^ _~_~ ~89c Children's overalls, express stripe VJ1VJTJ1V 39e 200 pairs ladies' high grade pumps, tiesroxfords "i.7» Men's 4-buckle overshoes $1 79 Apples, New York Baldwins, basket~IIIIIIIIIII$i!i9 Bloom's Store YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME MICHIGAN NAVY BEANS, 3 Ibs. 9c Vanilla Chocolate Drops, Ib. lOc SUPERB TOMATOCATSUP 14 rSL15c CALIFORNIA PEACHES Cling Stone Halves or Sliced in a good syrup. 2 Large No. 2 1-2 cans BED PITTED CHERRIES Nothing nicer for pie fruit than Michigan Cherries. No. 2 *•• Cans C9C HONEY 3 Cakes 25c KELLOGG'S PEP, paclc*fre _ „ _ _ _9c CAFLSODACBACKEBS OATMEAL, Urge box ^ Camay Toilet Soap, per bar HUSKERS' LOTION No finer lottQn for ped hands and face. «CCent tt QlJ Bottle __„ 1 9C Blue Parrel SOAP A White Petroleum;] Soap. Kind as a kiss on"' your hands. ^ Big Pound bar __„.. Tea, Sardine*, per STOAWBERRIES

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