Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 26, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 26, 1933
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PAGE TWO K088UTH COUNtt ADVANCD. ALOONA, IflftA THtmsPAY, JANUARY 26. AGED FENTON FARMER DIES; BURIED SUNDAY Fenton, Jan. 24—The community •was shocked Friday by the death of C. F. Ruske. He was taken ill about two weeks ago, and gradually failed till his death. Christian Frederick tttuske was born In Plritz, Germany, July 23, 1S59. He cnme to America when 25 years old, locating first in Charles City. He lived there till 1892, when he came to Whittemore and took up farming. In 1893 he was married to Emma Klinglehoefer, of Whittemore. Two children were Iborn, Ray, of Grand Lake, Colo., and Ernest, of Fenton. Shortly after his marriage he purchased a farm 2>,£ miles east of Fenton, where they lived till 1919, when they moved to JTenton. He is survived by his Wife, two sons, and three grand-children, and a sister and two brothers in Germany. Funeral services were fceld in the Methodist church at 2 •o'clock Sunday afternoon, the Rev. J. T. Snyder in charge, and burial was made in the Methodist cemetery south of town. Among out-of-town relatives at the funeral were F. C. IBailey, Iowa -Falls, the C. O. Baileys, iRock Rapids, and the William Baileys, of Marshall, 'Minn. Creamery Directors Reclect— Directors of the Fenton creamery company met January 14 at the Fenton opera house, and all old officers "were reeleeted with the exception of George Goetsch, who resigned, and was -succeeded by Georg-e Siems. R. IP. Storvick, manager of Iowa State Brand Creameries, gave an interesting talk. This year's report makes •a, good showing in comparison with last year, with the cost of manufacturing being lower than last year. The total amount of butter manufactured was 387,358 pounds. The average price per pound paid patrons being 22.37 cents. The local •creamery Is operating under the Iowa state brand law and receives a •premium of 2Vi cents per pound. Ex-Kossuth Couple Married 67 Years Ago Good Hope, Jan. 24—The following item taken from an Oregon newspaper will be of interest to a number of the older residents of Good Hope who are former acquaintances of the persons referred to: Sixty-seven years Is quite a while for one couple to bo married, but a pair of dearly beloved residents of Clackamas county can claim the distinction of having lived happily together that long. The couple is Mr. and Mrs. David McArthur, New Era residents who came to this county 60 years ago. Of sturdy Scotch ancestry, troth Mr. and Mrs. McArthur find much joy in life among their many friends and relatives, despite their advanced years. David McArthur and Isabelle Burt, WHITTEMORE WOMAN DIES AFTERJLLNESS AVhlttemore, Jan. 24 — Funeral services were to be held Wednesday, January 25, at St. Paul's Lutheran church for Mrs. Minnie E. Wllden, wife of Lelana Wllden. Mrs. Wilden had been ill for several years with leakage of the heart. She was born August 3, 1S95, at Whlttemore, and was baptized and confirmed by the late 'Rev. Mr. Faulstlch. She also attended the 'Lutheran school in Whittemore June 19, 1916, she was married to Leland Wilden at Mason City, where they lived for three years, then moving to Garfleld township, where they have since farmed. Two children were born, a boy and a girl, and both died In in- were married September 12 1S65 i bruises sustained In a fall at the fancy. Mrs. Wilden died Sunday man-lea beptemoer 1A lst) M Burt creamery Monday . Ae he was evening. Services were to be con- The pictures will be from photos made by himself while vacationing there. A preliminary service of song will begin at 7:30, to be followed by the address at S. The general public Is Invited. Pastor Sick; No Services— Some sickness still prevails In the community. Edw. Hackbarth was in bed several days last week with a severe attack of tonsllltis, but Is mending. There were no preaching services at Good Hope or Whltte- more Sunday, due to a heavy cold from which the pastor was suffering. Mrs. W. J. Bourne ds much Improved from a painful Illness she had suffered two weeks. C. L. Dlttmer Snffcrs Fall- former schoolmates in Scotland, C. L. Dlttmer is suffering from near Pittsburgh, Pa., following the return of the young man from service in the Civil war." After pioneering In Iowa eight years, Mr. and Mrs. McArthur west removing a can of cream from the vehicle he drove, the team unex- ducted by the I. G. Kltzmann, of Trinity Lutheran church, of West pectedly started up, throwing him to I Bend. Mrs. Wilden Is survived by «iq fall was broken by I four brothers and three sisters: n«, by"nT5w« Wm. Baas, Julius Baas, Mrs. Mam- weai to yreson, wnere iney "7°; L"/ "HQ ° 7 „ ured but he will be rnie Hogan, Mrs. Mathilda Kettle- since made their home, residing for not seriously injured, but he will be ^ ^^> raroow , „„,, „„,,,„ a time at Ganemah, later moving to kept from Ms usual activities for a New Era, their present home. few daye. At special services at the First Presbyterian church in 1930 the couple celebrated 65 years of wedded Mrs. Stotifenlicrgr Loses Nephew- Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stoutenberg happiness. In a quiet way Friday, the 89 th birthday anniversary of IMrs. McArth'Ur, who is just two years younger than her husband, was celebrated at the family home, with relatives and a few intimate friends present. The event also marked the 67th wedding anniversary of the popular couple. Both Mr. and Mrs. McArthur are in good health and active at congenial occupations. The latter is just now busily preparing handsome braided rugs for display at the Clackamas county fair next week. Loses to Swea City — A double header was lost on the •aocal floor last week Wednesday Slight to Swea City. The score of the first team was 41-17. Fenton •was handicapped by the absence of Arthur Glaus, first string: guard, and resorted to long shots most of *he time, being too closely guarded on short shots. It was a rough Same. The score of the second team eame was 27-11. Swea City played a good game, both offensively and •defensively. The Fenton high school •orchestra played during Intermissions. 'Fenton'e line-up — Skare, b; "Weisbrod, D., Kramer, L.; Priebe, ~R-; Schwartz, J.; Swea City, Krum, Fults, Bergeson, Hanifan, Bravender, Montgomery. Party Honors Birthday — The eons and daughters of Mr. and Mrs. ChrJs Widdell last week Tuesday held a family party in honor of •the latter's birthday anniversary. iPresent were Mr. and Mrs. Theodore "Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. TVeis- torod, (Mr. and Mrs. Harry Widdell and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Widdell. Couple Married 21 Tears — Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod, Mr. a-nd Mrs. G. B. Johnson, and Mr. and arre. F. J. Weisbrod were entertaln- •ed at bridge at R. C. Goetech's last Thursday evening, honoring their 21st wedding anniversary. Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod and G. B. Johnson won 3ilgh scores. I'anl Vo%ht Birthday Observed— A birthday party was held at C. C. Volght's Saturday evening in honor •of their son Paul's Wrthday. Guests •enjoyed the evening playing Bunco at four tables. Supt. Hnhleman to Preach— A profitable day is assured to worshippers at the Good Hope and Whittemore churches on next Sunday. Dist. Supt. Muhlemon will preach at both points at the usual hours of service, and in the evening at Good Hope he will present an Illustrated address on the "Spiritual Teachings of Yellowstone Park." Oallstones Patient Home Again— Mrs. A. F. Zumach came home *rom the hospital in Algona last week Tuesday after an operation for gall etones performed two weeks ago. Mrs. Walte 28 Years Wed— Mrs. J. T. Waite entertained the Tloyal Neighbors last Thursday afternoon in honor of her 2Sth wed- jding anniversary. Othflr Vent on News. The C. G. Humphreys spent Sunday at the G. M. Miller's at .Rlng- «ted. Fra-nces Bailey spent Saturday and Sunday at Frank Bailey's. The William Turleys, of La- iota, and the Dr. A. T. Whitlows, of Swea City, were six o'clock dinner guests at Dr. J. T. Waite's Sunday (evening. •Dorothea Gerhard and Mrs. Cora Tiohn were joint hostesses at three tables of bridge at the H. E. Reimers home Saturday evening. Mrs. F. P. Newel won high score. Lucille Zumach received low score and Mrs. S. W. Meyer the travel prize. F. C. Bailey, of Iowa Falls, was an over-Sunday guest of the Frank Tiaileys; the Glenn Sharps, of Lone Itock, were Sunday guests at John Dempsey's; the A. H. Meyers were entertained at the L. J. Weiebrod's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wyn, of Pres- •cott, visited at the C. M. Urnpsted'e •from last week Tuesday till Thursday. They were en route home from Colgate, N. D. Mrs. Wyn is Mr. Umpsted's niece. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Yager entertained their bridge club last Thursday evening. J. A. Schwartz won fclgh tscore and Charles Newel received the travel prize. Mrs. Julia Hanson, Minnie Haneon, and Mrs. Helmer Hanson, of Bode, visited last week Tuesday •with the former's sister, Mrs. Nels Wilberg. Mrs. R. N. Kyle has been caring- lor her daughter, Mrs. Lester Holldorf, at Ceylon, Minn., since the birth of twin girls January 14. Homer Huskamp and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp drove to Des Moines Saturday to visit the latter's daughter, Mrs. Wesley Witter. Mrs. Hattie Weisbrod entertained the Dorcas Sewing club last week "Wednesday afternoon. Irene Newel, of 'Belmond, spent the •week-end with her parents, Sir. and Mrs. J. F. Newel. Mrs. F. E. Weisbrod, of Emmets- fcurg-, visited Fentoii relatives last week Wednesday. The C. O. Baileys, of Rock Rap- Ids, were week-end visitors with relatives here. A large crowd attended a married folks dance at the opera house Friday night. Alice Glaus spent last week at "alph Brown's near Gruver. SEXTON FAMILY ESCAPES AS GAR SKIDS ON PAVING •Sexton, Jan. 24 — Mrs. Hallard Snyder and her little daughter Bonnie narrowly escaped a serious accident as they were driving home from Algona Friday at noon. The paving was covered with ice. Mrs. Snyder was about to meet another car, and when she pulled out to pass her car skidded, turned around two or three times, went into the ditch, and tipped over. She and little girl were only slightly bruised, and the car, a Ford eedan, was not much damaged, not even glass was broken, but one piece in the top was broken. The accident happened one mile west of Sexton in front of the Cunningham home. air. Cunningham took Mre. Snyder and her daughter home, and brought back Mr. Snyder to get the car. Mrs. Snyder. was driving slowly, or the accident might have been much worse. Henry Millers to Illinois— ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry iMiller left for Pontiac, 111., Friday to brinff home Mrs. Miller's father, Theodore. Johneon, who had been visiting a daughter there for several months. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Johnson looked after the form while the Millers were away. Theodore Johnson Jr. accompanied the Millers. Algona Woman Directs Choir— The choir met lost week Wednesday night at Carl Frandsen's, with Mre. F. J. Clark, Algona, as director. The choir will meet again this week Wednesday same place. evening at the >'. J. Alexander Loses Father— 'N. J. Alexander was called to Kentucky a week ago by news 1 of the death of his aged father. Other Sexton News. Mr. and Mrs. John McMahon and Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham attended a card party and dance at the academy, Algona, Monday night. The Cunninghme were Sunday dinner guests of the McMahons. Miss Mary Fisch attended a shower at the academy Sunday in honor of Caroline Wilger, who is to be married soon to Victor Frideres, St. Joe. There were 150 in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Johnson .spent Saturday evening- at Orren Johnson's. Mary Harris, Algona, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mre. John Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Erpelding, St. Joe, were supper guests of Mrs. Erpelding's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Adolph Fisch, Sunday. Mrs. Drusilla Noble returned Saturday from Titonka, where she had for two weeks cared for a family which had the flu. Dean, little son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor, has been having a severe siege of the flu, but is some better. Alberta Grosenbach attended a Mothers & Daughters club party at F. L. Miller's Friday evening. Margaret and Esther Hedrick have been absent from school a few days because of bad colds. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham attended a card party at Lu Verne Sunday evening. The George Amans epent Sunday at Emmetsburg, attending a meeting of the K-. C. Mrs. Arch Berger is spending a few days with her wother, airs G E. Wise. Mre. B. E. Sanders will entertain the Aid this week Thursday at hex- home. •Myrle Johnson went to Swea City Monday to visit a sister. by word of the death of a nephew of Mrs. Stoutenberg. They were accompanied by Elmer Sharrltt, who had been making his home with the Stoutenbergs a few months and was a son of the deceased. The party was to remain at Lynd several daye. aren Serve Bly Dinner— Approximately 90 people 'partook of a dinner served by the men at the and Erwin are sister and brother. Good Hope church last Thursday evening-, and all expressed themselves as more than satisfied. The food was good and plentiful, and the service efficient. The men have reason to feel proud of their success. Dogrs Worry Herd of Sheep— among sheep at P. A. McArthur's and killed one, mutilating a number of others. Durwood McArthur succeeded in killing one of the dogs with a shot, but the rest got away. son, Henry, Edward, and Hulda Baas. Mrs, Hogan is a daughter of the late Herman C. Baas. Mr. Baas died about 20 years ago, and Mrs. Boas died two yearn ago. Herman Haack Sees Specialist— Erwin Herman Lost week Thursday Slems, and Mr. and Mrs. Haack, 'Falrville, drove to Fort Dodge, where Mr. Hoack consulted a. specialist. Mr. Haack fell from a silo chute in September, and had both of his feet crushed when he fell on a cement floor. Special shoes were made for his feet. Mrs. Maack Quilting Bee Honors Bride— A quilting 'bee took place last Thursday for Mrs. Herbert Potratz, formerly! Ruth Schultz, at the home of her parents, Mr. and iMrs. H. F. Schultzes. Attending: (Mrs. Edward Kuecker and Mesdames Richard and Herbert Potratz, Lotts Creek, Mrs. Saturday night a pack of dogs got Herman Voight, and Mrs. Arthur Heiden-with., ' '*•'•»' ~' - .-.. Cord Party at Academy— A card party at the academy last week Hnesday -evening was not as well attended.;as .usual. iBridge and "500" were played till 10, when lunch was served. Marie Wolmer and James Geelan won the high scores at bridge; while Earl Connors and iMatdlda Kollasch, at 500. Lutheran T. P. S. Has Social— The Lutheran Y. P. S. had a social at the Lutheran schoolhouee last week Thursday evening. Five hundred was played at ten tables. For the boys Alfred Meyer won high, Alfred Bell low; for the girls: Eldora Dau, high, Matilda Wagner, low. FIRE DESTROYS HATCHERY PLANT AT WHITTEMORE Whittemore, Jan. 24 — Saturday nght at 11:30 fire was discovered at the John Kaschmitter hatchery. What caused it is unknown. The hatchery hadn't been in use since last summer, and he did not plan to resume operations this season till February 15. He lives at Alden, where he also operates a hatchery, and he has a third hatchery at Lau- — — - - ..... rens. The building was a one-story t>oy - The youngest boy died last wooden structure 60 feet long, and it suml ner. They also have five girls. stood 20 feet from th« John Spilles .„ ,,. , ~ . "~ building, formeriv a -hot^i TH™ *~>t Academy Loses to Ln Verne— The academy girls' basketball team played iLu Verne last Thursday evening. The locals held the Lu Verrie girls down In the first half, but lost in the last half. The score Wm. Bells Hare fifth Son- Local relatives and friends were glad to hear last Tuesday that a 10- lb. boy was born to the Wm. Bells, West Bend. This makes the fifth services for Christ ituike,Cdi''jfl tonj Sunday. Mrs. Ruske is a cous- in'of Mr. Ebert. . ' (Mrs. Anna Tiet2, Burt, slater of Mrs. i). Cordes, is staying 'at ' the Cordes home. Mrs. TIetz is not well from an attcak of rheumatism, and expects to go to Iowa City in the near future. Mrs. Timothy O'Brien, daughter Joyce, and the former's brother, Earl Conners, went to Lawler last Thursday, called by word that the elder Mr. Conneiis was critically sick. j Mr. and Mrs. Frank 'Farrell and Mrs. Nell (Farrell, accompanied by Willis Farrell, of Waterloo, left for Blalrstown Monday to attend the funeral of a friend, !Fred Peterson. A number of Whittemore young folks attended a play last week Wednesday evening at the West Bend Lutheran church, given toy the Young People's society there. The Wm. Roebers and Wm. and Herman Meyers', " of Whittemore, and the Hugo Faulstlches, of Lotts Creek, were Sunday guests at the Emil Bierstedts at Lone Rock. Mrs. McBrlde, sister of Mrs. R. A. Bartlett, went to Burt (Friday for a visit. Mrs. Larson had spent two weeks with the Bartletts, also went to (Burt the same day. Relatives gathered last week Monday evening at George Balge! man's to see Harry Balgeraan, who | came home from Cedar Rapids a week or so ago. Esther and Herman Behnke and Edward Heller were guests Friday evening at the Gaarde home, Rlng- sted. Ethel and Hazel Gaarde were hostesses. Fred Bailey, of Iowa Falls, formerly of Fenton, visited Sunday at the Tom Ford's. Mr. Bailey aleo attended the Christ Ruske funeral at Fenton. Mrs. J. S. Cullen entertained at two tables of bridge last week Monday evening. Mrs. R. L. Burdlne won high; Airs. Alice R. Calry, low. Mr. and Mrs. Joe J. Elbert and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Elbert and Mra. Agnes Miller, of Algona, visited Sunday at M. W. Fandel'e. The .Leo Walters family, Algona, spent Saturday night and Sunday with the former's mother, (Mrs. Helen Walters. Edward Cullen left for St. Louis one day last week to.drlve'hom? new Chevrolete for Poirot & Schattschneider. Mr. and iMrs. M. W. Brennan, and Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Miller, of Em- metsburgr, visited Sunday at H. J. Fandel's. IR. A. Bartlett, creamery manager, attending a buttermakers' meeting at Lakota last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Fish drove to Burt last week Wednesday to attend funeral services for W. B. Pratt. Edna Schultz was employed last week at Carl Hanson's while iMrs. Haneen was abed with the flu. The Elmo Barbers, accompanied by Jack .Farrell, spent the week-end at Des Moines. Leona Haag, Sioux City, spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Peter Haag. Mrs. H. W. Behnke has been ill at home the last two weeks with, the flu. building, formerly a hotel. Two feet west of the hatchery site Is a building owned by Frank Beatenlehner in which Timothy O'Brien has an automobile repair shop. This ie a two-story frame. . The hatchery was all ablaze when was 21-16. „ M easily put out. Mr. Kaschmitter lost two 1,000- egg incubators, some household goods, and supplies. The building was burned to the ground. The fire company has only a small chemical cart and a hose cart to work with, •but the company gets the limit out of the equipment. St. Benedict Attend Mason City Funeral J. E. Walker and her eon Lloyd, accompanied toy William and Ella Walker and Mrs. C. E. Roupe, Algona, drove to Mason City Friday to attend funeral services -for a Mrs. Pedelty. Alfronlan Slngrs at Emtmrg— Gwenivere Kelly played the piano Sunday evening at the K. C. hall at Emmetsburg for Evelyn Bode, 'who , r . T . „ , sang. Miss Bode is on the teaching Mrs John Buriel, accompanied by faculty of the convent. She lives al Mrs. Frank Domayer, returned to | Algona, their homes at Templeton Sunday after a week here visiting relatives. Mrs. Buriel, formerly Mrs. Joe Rahm Jr., attended the Rahm estate sale last Thursday. Christine ELsenbarth, who formerly had been working at the I. M. Finnell home, Is now at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Eisenbarth. Amelia Arndorfer returned home from Blue Earth, Minn., last Thursday, where she had been caring for her sister, Mrs. Albert Germann, and left again the same day for Council (Bluffs to care for her brother, the Rev. A. J. Arndorfer, who underwent an operation Saturday. He was formerly the pastor at Charter Oak. Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer visited Mrs. E. F. Arndorfer last Thursday. Mrs. Rosa Arndorfer and daughter Mrs. A. J. Fehr visited recently at the Joseph (Rahm Sr. home. Mrs. Mary Simons visited her daughter, Mrs. Nick Arndorfer, Saturday. Ella Simons and a friend visited friends at Ackley and Waterloo last week-end. The J. O. Downs and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Arndorfer epent Sunday evening at E. F. Arndorfer's. Martin Rahm and his daughter, Mrs. John Raskopf, celebrated their birthdays together last Thursday evening by entertaining some of their children and other relatives. The evening was spent at cards, and refreshments were served. The Rahm estate sale was very well attended, and good prices were •obtained, considering the times. Mrs. A. J. Fehr visited at E. F. Arndorfer's Monday. A number of farmers are doing their winter butchering this week. The Rosary society will give another card party Sunday evening at the St. Benedict school hall. All are welcome. Fenton The L. A. Petersons, of Ringsted, were Sunday dinner guetste at C. Geronsin's. Whittemore I The Francis Elberts have been ill at home with the flu. Marcus McCuster, of Norwalk, spent Sunday at Tom Ford's. Public school pupils wrote semester "exams" last Thursday and Friday. 'Richard Vaughn, of Algona, was a Sunday guest at Pete Elbert'e. Academy'to Meet The academy boys' basketball team played Varina there Friday night and lost in a close game 26-21. This Friday the Algona academy boys and girls play on the local floor. Locals Win from Hodman— The high school boys' and girls' defeated Rodman last week Tuesday evening, the boys 26-16 in a rough and tumble game and the girls 26-4. Hubert O'Brien refereed. Wedding Date Is Honored— The George Meyers spent last week Tuesday at the Erwin Bruhn's In honor of the Bruhn's first wedding anniversary. Mrs. Bruhn waa formerly Doris Meyer. Lone Rock Wins Both Games— The Lone Rock boys and girls Played the locale here Friday even- Ing. The local girls played a good fast game but lost 24-18. The local boye lost 28-7. 20 Tons Butter Jn a Day- Last week Tuesday the creamery churned 39,032 pounds of butter. Other Whittemore News. The Frank Bells, of Blue Earth, and Ernest, iFred, and Herbert Tietz, of Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz, of Lotts Creek, were Sunday visitors at the D. Cordes home. Ernest, Fred, and Norbert Tietz are sons of Mrs. Anna Tietz, who is ill in bed at the Cordes home. Mrs. J. S. Cullen and her son Maurice went to Emmetsburg last Thursday, and Mrs. Cullen remained there to help care for her granddaughter, Janet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McTigue, who was critically sick. Mrs. Joseph Meurer and son Lucian spent Saturday at Nick Meurer's, at Plover, and at the Dennis Capesius home, Ottosen. Nick is a son of Mrs. Meurer and Mrs. Ca- peslus is Mrs. Meurer's niece. The Clarence Barbers and Clarence Cowers, Artesian, S. D., were guests last Thursday at Clarence's •brother Elma Barber's. They came down a week ago Saturday for two weeks with local relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ebert accompanied by Mr. and Mre. Henry Neuman, of Algona, attended funeral Mr. and Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe entertained Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Craven, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Downs, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beed at bridge last Thursday evening. High scores were won by Mr. Craven and Mrs. Beed. ;,,.. Oscar 'Blanchard,- who has been Working for William Stoutenberg, of Burt, is now back helping the Roy Budlongs for a few daye. Mrs. Carl Giesking, who has been very ill, is at the Fred Wentz home, where she Is being cared for by Mrs. Wentz, trained nurse. The R. L. Krantzes were Algona callers Sunday afternoon. Mrs. R. L. Krantz and son Clifford went to Maaon City Monday. Woodrow Peterson, John Stott, John Bleich, and Lois Helfner were in Algona Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Krantz entertained their bridge group last week Wednesday night. •Mr. and Mre, iElmer Mayfleld spent Sunday visiting Mrs. Amoe Angle at Wesley. Olga Knuteon, of Forest City Is spending the week with the Tom Youngs. Homer .C. Barbour and 'Lee 'O. Wolfe were Fort Dodge callers Friday. The Ed Rikee were in Algona Saturday afternoon. TEH STUDENTS AT TITONM FROM EXAMINATION Tltonka, Jan. 24 —Semester examinations were given last Thursday and Friday. Those exempted from •tests ares Lester Eden, English literature, public speaking, physics, and economics; Viola Rlke, English literature and public speaking; vFerne Krantz, American literature; Relnhart Fritz, geometry; Glen Larson, geometry, and English 10; Herbert Rackow, geometry, history, and agriculture; Mildred Krantz, geometry and English 10; Leota Oester- relcher, biology and English 10; Gertrude Meyers, biology and English 10; and Vera Glesking, algebra and home economics. Make Visit nt Hampton- Edith and Hazel (Budlong, who have been employed In Hampton the past few years, spent the week-end wth their mother, Mrs, Frances Budlong. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sargeant, of Hampton, came back with them, and visited at Harry Seed's. Blanche Bufflngton also returned to Hamipton with them, when she visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harris. Mrs. Harris ds Blanche's sister. To Tlslt at Iowa City- Last Thursday morning Mrs. Sadie Denton, Mrs. Carl F. Callles, and Mrs. Carrie Torgenson left for Iowa City. Mrs. Torgerson will visit the Clarence Drylands while 'Mrs. Denton and Mrs. Callles go on to Iowa City. They expect to return In a few days. Tilly Falk tended to the Titonka library Saturday afternoon during the absence of Mrs. Torgerson. Y. P. Brldgre Clnb Meets— The Young People's Bridge club met Saturday night with Arlo and Harley Larson. Attending; Loralne Peterson, Donald (Banta, Helen Beed, Edward Saathoff, Edlthmae (Budlong, Harold, (Fern, Mildred, and Clifford Krantz, Lewis and Vera iBacon, Pauline (Blakley, Barbara (Ball, and Margaret Callles. State Institutions Studied— The- Woman's club met last Thursday at iMrs. Lee O. Wolfe's. The program leader was Mrs. Roy Budlong. Roll call was answered with foregln news, and the day's lesson was on state institutions. The next meeting will b e on February 2; Mrs. Howard iFrench, hostess, Mrs. Stephen de Vrles, leader. Titonka Man's Father Dies— Roland Sharatt, of JLynd, Minn., who has been working at Roy Budlong's south of town, returned home with the William Stoutenbergs, of Burt, Monday. The Stoutenberge will attend the funeral of Mr. Stoutenberg's father. Roland's father died at the university hospital at Minneapolis. Candy Sold by S. S. Class— Mrs. Roy Budlong's S. S. class sold candy at the Stott store Saturday afternoon. Members of the class at work were Kathryn Schram, Leota Oesterrelcher, Mildred .Krantz, Loralne Lamoreux, Gertrude Wei- For Groceries Meats Fruit We buy Eggs for Cash or Trade Meats Are Cheap ---^^ — - ------- • • ----- ...... -•• - ...... ~ houi&h, Gertrude Meyers, and Blea* nor Ititeftnili., Tltotifca 1Vln« Two Gnmcs— The town basketball team played the Algona town team here last week Monday night, and the Indians won, 'This was the local team's first •game. The high school team played Lakota at -Lakota Friday night, and Tltbnka won, 17-13. e Puffy Ig Given— At a young people's bridge party at L. B. Larson's Saturday night Harley Larson won first prize, Pauline Blakley, second, and Mildred Krantz a lucky number prize, and Donald (Banta the low prize. I'.-T. A. Program Discussed — The program and •publicity committees of the P.-T. A. met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Roy Budlong. The program for the next meeting was discussed, but nothing definite waa decided. Other Titonka News. 'Lewis and Vern Bacon, Mildred, Fern, and, Harold Krantz, Kdlthmae i ,:•"?' "" • !• •'• • • • • • Budlong, ttell Slack, Lester Beryl A«d Gladys Bogges, Craven, Doris and Julia stott nrw William Jtleklefs were at Burt <Svm. day evening. The.'R, L, Krantz family wn s at i Mason City •Friday..and brought ti, 6 son'Clifford home for the week-ond He Is attending a business college 666 TABLETS . 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