Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 2, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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PAGE TWO KOSStJTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA STOP TAKING SODA! FOR GAS ON STOMACH Much soda, disturbs digestion. For gas or sour stomach Adlerlka is •much better. One dose rids you of Ibtvwel poisons that cause gas and Ibad sleep.—E. W. vLusby, Druggist. Loans $300 or lees obtained quickly on your personal security. (For additional information call, write or phono CUNNINGHAM & LACT Algona I'liono 508 Representing Federal Finance Co. Des Molnes ANNOUNCEMENT I have taken over the insurance business of Rahm & Schemel and will be pleased to serve your Insurance needs. I write life and accident insurance, automobile Insurance, also fire and lightning. I solicit a shave of your business. H. N. KRUSE Located over Iowa State Bank Phono 125, o «» LU VERNE GIRL DIES AT IOWA CITYJSPITAL Lu Verne, Jan. 3.1—Margaret Hof Collins, who was born here October 20, I SOn, ded at Iowa City Friday. She was the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hof, long time residents of Lu Verne. She was graduated from the local high school in 1919, nnd then was 'bookkeeper at the Lichty & Ross store and the Corner Store at Renwick. She was married in 1926 to Myron Collins, Renwick, who, with a three weeks son, Myron Arthur, her mother, now of Cedar Falls, four brothers, Carl, of Fredericksburg, Harold, of Ames, Laurence, of Iowa City, Arthur, Lu Verne, and a sister Gertrude, Waterloo, survives. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the here, the Rev. Among out-of- town persons in attendance were: the elder Mrs. Collins; Mr. and Mrs. Larson, Estherville; Mr. and Mrs. William Collins, Cedar Falls; Mrs. I Evangelical churoh I D. Lang officiating. Civil War Veteran's Widow Seriously III Irvlngton, Jan. 31—Mrs. William Ward Sr., who had been at the Old Soldiers' Home, Marslmlltown, a year or two, is seriously sick at William Johnson's, near Corwlth. She came from CVIarshalltown to spend the Christmas vacation with her granddaughter, Mrs. Bessie Orltzer, who teaches the Fairvlew school and boards with the Johnsons, and was taken with pneumonia and erysipelas. She has not been in condition to return to Marshalltown, .and now she is reported low. Her daughter, Airs. Molllo Shackelford, granddaughter, Mrs. William Kollasch, months ago. They like their new work and location. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Decker, the William Deckers, and Alva Spurgeon recently went to Tama City to visit Mrs. Rosa Spurgeon and her daughter (Mildred, former Irv- Ingtonians. They noticed a large amount of corn in crib In that part of the state. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Parsons, St. Paul, came recently to be with Mrs. Parsons' mother, Mrs. Amleregg, of West Bend, who is critically sick. Mr. Parsons Is a brother of Morris and the latter* husband, of North R«™on». and .J?, *«• n ° l been here Dakota, are nt her bedside. Her hus- |* ef °« since 1914. He is a band died some years ago at the Soldiers' Home, after having passed the century mark. Pie was a Mexican war veteran. He owned and occupied .the farm where the Ben Ter- hunes now live. This farm later was ter. Word has recently been received from Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stilts:, Taylorville, 111. They reported a cloudburst at Taylorville a week ago Sautrday evening, when it rained owned by the late.Wm. Ward Jr.!here. Before going to North Dakota the Kollasch family lived on the farm now occupied by Lloyd Gross. (Betty Patton, Goldfield; Mr. and School ! H. W. POST Dray and Transfer STORAGE OFALL KINDS Long Distance Hauling. Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 298 Algona, Iowa MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE , Iowa MRS. F, L. TRIBON Will be in Christensen's Basement Friday Afternoon and Saturday To clean up odds and ends from the Rummage Sale of last week. I have 4 black fur trimmed coats in sizes 40, 42, 43 and 44 at $7.98. Also some good spring coats. A nice lot of ready-made curtains. Extra good drapery cloth cheap. Some new things added. Now Every Day is BARGAIN DAY In Round Trip Rail Fares Go when and where you please ...stopover anywhere....return In ten days or I«ss...be6t of all, SAVE 16 2/3% IN RAIL PARE! Here's the territory: Chicago, St. Louis, Memphis and New Orleans on the East; Eastern New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming-, North and South Dakota, inclusive on the West. Ask ugent for details Chicago & Northwestern Railway THIS WEEK AT LONG'S Meat is Cheap Jell Powder, pkg. 5 C Soap, all kinds, 10 bars _25c Red Pitted Cherries, No 10 tins 39c Peaches, No. 2 1-2 tins, 15c 2 for Apricots, No. 2 15c, 2 for Mrs. Perkins, Oelweln; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Norder, Renwick; Mrs. Clara Hof, and Gertrude; Harold Hof, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hof, and Hof. Laurence Two Clubs Hear Prog-rams— Two women's study clubs met last week. Tuesday Mrs. Wm. Baddeley was hoetesa to the Tuesday club at the Methodist parsonage, where Mrs. Peter Thompson gave a travelogue on a tour in the M-est, and Mrs. John Voss read a paper on Iowa birds. The next meeting will be an anniversary party at the city hall February 14. Mrs. O. S. Lund, Mrs. Marie Brummond, Mrs. Tom Look, Mason City, and Mrs. H. R. Howes, Olean, N. Y., were guests. Mrs. A. L. Spooner and Mrs. Maynard Spooner entertained the Progressive woman's club Friday, and a travel program was continued with the study of Odessa, in the Ukraine, and a general discussion on Russia. Sclf.Denfnl M'eek Is On- Self -iDenial week sponsored by the General Missonary society of the Evangelical churoh, began Sunday night for the local Evangelical church, when members of the society presented the missionary play Unto the Least of These. Next Sunday there will be appropriate ser- Publish Paper- vices, with a special missions. offering for Lutheran Y. P. S. Meets Jan. 24— The Lutheran Y. P. S. met last week Tuesday evening in the church basement. A new entertainment' committee, Lois Will, Edna Hintz, Harold Meyers, and Harold Riddle, introduced new games in a social hour following a business session and a lecture by the Rev. L. Wittenburg. Laurence Gronbach served lunch. Results of B. B. Games— In basketball last week both high school teams defeated the Gilmore City teams Tuesday night, and the boys defeated Goldfield 16-13, Friday night. The girls played the local ndependents and were defeated, 2318. The last home game of the season will be played this week Friday night, when the Llvermore boys Farewell Slumber Party Given— Marvel Davidson, Ruth Lichty, and Saraida and Lois "Whitehlll had t slumber party-at Aaron Steussy's Saturday night, guests of Ruth Robertson, who has lived with the Steussys six years, but leaves some- ime this week for Newton to live vith a grandmother. food Will Club Meets Today- Mrs. J. J. Wadleigh will be hostess to the Good Will club next week Thursday; Mrs. Clarence Krause and Mrs. Harold Nielson, assisting. This vlll be the annual meeting, with lection of officers. Women who vlsh to join may have their names resented. Pupils of the Irvington school edited the first copy of a small monthly school paper last week. The paper is called the "Irvlngton Gazette," and contains news items concerning pupils and school, jokes, and things which are studied. One Item told of a rhythm band recently organized -by the teachers, with Marvel Dole as director. The paper is to be published monthly. The pupils buy the papers for a cent each. Woman's 78th Birthday Observed— The Austin Summers family, the T. E. Wlckwires, the Robert Spurgeons, and Jack Spurgeon were Sunday dinner guests at William Rutledge's In honor of Mrs. Rutledge's 7Sth birthday. Mrs. Rutledge has been in poor health recently, but Is reported better now. Carbuncle Has to bo Lanced— Mrs. Albert Butterfleld is recovering from a painful carbuncle on the back of her neck. She suffered severely early last week, tout found relief when her physician lanced the carbuncle, which has been healing since. Other Irvingfton News. Frank Youngwlrth, son Elmer, and Emma Rahm, (Lu Verne, and Mrs. J. E. Stufllek, Fort Dodge, and her son Bobby were Sunday evening visitors at the O. L. Miller's. Harry 'Sabln recently received word that a large modern home owned by his uncle, Frank Thompson, Round Lake, Minn., had burned to the ground. Mrs. Mabel Potter, Spencer, spent last Thursday at O. X,. Miller's. She drove to Rngsted Friday to attend to Royal Neighbor business as district deputy. After a several weeks vacation, the Aid met last Thursday at the Annex, nine attending. Mrs. A. McLean and Mrs. K. P. Roney were hostesses. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on the second shortest verse in the Bible, "Remember (Lot's Wife": Luke 17-32. Mrs. Samuel Reaper has been confined to bed several days with stomach and liver troubles. She te reported Improving. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cook spent Sunday at Melvln Recken's, near Doan. Mrs. Recken is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cook. The Joseph Wilhelmis, Bancroft, were Sunday guests at the V. J. Schichtl's. Roney's. The Elliot They also called at M. L. Skillings and the Frank Skilllngs were dinner guests Lorls Crawford, who now operates at Fred Dole's Friday evening nTri/»lrrvn v^t -ni-il-i mxn.. rhT1-nv.n«_._1l_ t, r. •*-* . _ . . . _ 1-2 tins, -25c Fairy Airy Pastry Plour~_29c with one pkg. Biscuit Flour FREE Frozen Strawberries and' Shortcake, all for 25c Order a dressed capon for Sunday at i5 c n,. Declam Ellm' Ig Planned— An elimination contest for high chool declamatory contestants will ake place this week Thursday. Misa 'ackman, Corwith, will judge. The lome contest will be held Wednes- ay evening, February .15. Doctor's Widow Jg Dead- Anna Murray attended the funeral •f Mrs. Susanne Malin, Livermore, Yiday. Mrs. Malin, who was 79, fas the wife of the late Doctor lalin, who practiced many years at ivermore. few- Yorkers Guests Here- Mrs. J. O. Marty had a visit last •eek from her brother and his wife, lr. and Mrs. H. R. Howes, Olean, f. Y. They had been to California nd were on their way home. wo Children Are Baptised— Mr. and Mrs. .Raymond Meyer's aby Donna Jean, and Mr. and Mrs. iobert Blumer's son James Arthur •ere baptised at the Lutheran hurch Sunday. ormer Lu Venie Girl Mother— A son was born last week Monday o Mr. and Mrs. Percy Schichtl, Irv- ngton, last week Monday. Mrs. chichtl was formerly Irene Ramus, u Verne. touts Go Hiking; Saturday— Both the boy and the girl scouts ere had hikes Saturday. The boys ent to the creek near H. R. Larrl- ler's, and the girls went north of own. Other Lu Verne News. The Ira H. Benedicts, who came )r the Alton Benedict funeral, left unday for their home at Milwaukee. Mrs. Emil Meyer, Burfordville, Mo., and her children remained at a cmcKen rancn near Minneapolis, recently drove to Algona to visit relatives. On the return trip to Minneapolis he took a truck load of corn for feed. The Crawfords moved to Minneapolis from Algona a few MOTHER OF 6 CHILDREN IS DEAD AT BORT Burt, Jan. 31 — Mrs. Martin Greg- enson died at the Lewis Larsen home Saturday, January 28, from encephalitis. She had been taken to the Larsen home for care about a week before her death. She had had an operation for the removal of a tumor near the base of her brain several weeks ago. Pearl Elsie Butler was born December 23, 1890, near Pocahontas. She was married to Martin Gregerson, who together with six children survive. The Greger- sons moved to a farm east of Burt last spring and 'before that they had farmed near (Britt. The body was taken to Pocahontas Sunday anfl funeral services were to be held there on Monday. Valentine Party Is Given — Mrs. W. A. 'Ladendorff entertained the members of the Birthday Circle at a valentine party at her home, last Thursday afternoon. The home was decorated with valentines and streamers of red hearts. A paper on the Origin of St. Valentine's Day was read by Mrs. Ladendroff. Clara Shaw gave a reading Just a Neighborly Call. Other articles were read Mrs. Frank Ditsworth has been sick a few days, the result of the extraction of teeth. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shackelford entertained all their children at dinner Sunday. •Saturday afternoon. Roscoe Mawdsley was re-elected director. Reports of the year's business were given. Girl is 13; Party Given— Kathryn Elvidge celebrated her 13th birthday by entertaining her friends, Marei Carter, Ruth Bettin, and Lyla Olson at a slumber party last week Wednesday night. Lntheran Men Entertain Today— The men of the Lutheran church will entertain the AJd society at a dinner in tihe church basement Thursday. The Walther League will meet Thursday evening. — . Child Sick WJth Pneumonia— Mona Lee, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Koestler, has been ill with pneumonia, but is some better. . Patterson Home for Week-End— ISen. G. w. Patterson came up from Dee Moines Friday and spent until Sunday at home. . Other Burt News. 'Mrs. X,. H. Wilson, Goodell, came Wednesday and visited until Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jesse Thoreson. Mr. Wilson came up and took Mrs. Wilson home with him. Wava Wilson remained fo a visit with her sister. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters entertained the following Sunday evening: Dr. Melvin Bourne, (Russell Waller, Leighton Mis/bach, and Ruth LONE ROCK IS TWICE VICTOR FROMLEOYARD .Lone Rock, .Tan. 81- — The iLone Rock basketball teams.won a second doubleheader from (Ledyard on the local floor last Thursday evening The I/one Rock girls defeated (Ledyard-girls l'S-10 In a close game al the way through. The Lone Rock boys won from Ledyard boys, 25-2! In a close exciting game. Ledyard led throughout the game /till the last two minutes of play when Lone Rock scored. Ledyard did some exceptionally good .basket shooting Ringsted plays hero this Friday evening. Lone Rock travels to Swea City next Tuesday evening. Montana Visitor Is Honored— A. A. Hanna, Wolf Point, (Mont, has been visiting at his brother G C. Hanna's. Mr, Hanna Is audltoi for the Monarch (Lumber company in Montana. The George Hannas entertained last week Monday evening in honor of A. A. Hanna. Attending were the 'Lloyd Schencks Maude Hanna, sons Walter ano Charles, the Fred Hoppes, all of IBurt, Horace Schenok, Tltonka, and the A. H. Hannas, .Lone Rock. Surprise for Mrs. Ackerman— (Relatives and friends gave a surprise birthday .party at Jim Ackerman's last week Tuesday evening for Mrs. Ackerman. Attending were the Frank Flalgs, Fred Flaigs, Mrs. Caroline Ackerman, daughter Lillian, son Earl, Mr. and Mrs, Robert Ackerman, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gwen- ther, Mr. and Mrs. (Ralph Prlebe, the John Spranks, Anna Flaig, and Dorothy Burt. Teachers Entertain Pnplls Juanlta Dunn and Floy Jones entertained last Wednesday evening those students from the Junior high who ranked the three highest in semester averages. Attending from seventh grade, Marian Jensen and Luella Schmidt. Chester Simpson was unable to attend. In the eighth grade, were Shirley Marlow, Grace Newbrough, and (Bernard! Rellly. Teachers Home Over Week-End— Teachers vacationing over the week-end were Harrett Fish at her home, W.hlttemore; Mr. and Mrs. 1, E. Godfrey at their homes In Truee- dale; Floy Jones accompanied Juanita Dunn to her home In Alta; Ruth Cross, accompanied by Lola Fry, went to her home in Curlew, tLola going to Cylinder to visit her par- — --«> — —•—« «v.»^» M,* t*vivo tvd es i citti QJ.I (—--*•-.•** v»» by some of the members. A basket i ^ tokes ' Algona; Georgia Carmean, the parental Benedict home longer visit. for The Entre Nous club was entertained by Mrs. C. B. Huff last week Tuesday evening at three tables of bridge. The high score was won by Kate Skinner. Mrs. George Campbell, who lives with a daughter here, Is visiting her mother at Atlanta, 111. The mother of valentines was passed as favors, each member reading the verse on •her valentine. Several guessing- contests and -games were played. Mrs. Ida Anderson and Mrs. C. I. Mansmith won prizes. 'Dainty refreshments were served by the hostess. Invited guests were Mm. Elizabeth Patterson, Clara Shaw, Mrs. Maude Coffin, and Mrs. Ray E. Ladendorff, Algona. Mrs. Trainer Slightly Better— Estel Trainer, of Wllmar, Minn., came Thursday and accompanied Hollis Trainer to Iowa City to see their mother. Estel returned Friday, but Hollis remained till Sunday, when hie father, ~VV. T. Trainer, returned with him. They left Mrs. Trainer, who has been very low in the hospital there a number of weeks, slightly better. W. T. Trainer plans to return to Iowa City Wednesday. Woman's Club Meets Monday— The Woman's club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. F. L. Pratt with Charlotte Warrior as assistant hostess. The program was on Folk Songs in America and was as follows: Roll Call, An Old Time Song; "The Spiritual of the American Negro," by Anna Overgaard; "The Cowboy and His Ballado," by Ruth Hodgson; and "Songs We Used to iSingr," by Mrs. P. F. Kriethe. Helps Cure for Aged Father— Airs. Fred Ringsdorf spent last is 90. C. H. and J. L. Lichty spent several days last week with relatives in Des Moines and Toledo. Leona iRamue was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Lewis Peterson, Ma- week at Wesley, helping care for her father, H. P. Giddlngs, who has been in poor health for some time. On Sunday Mr. Ringsdorf and son Warren and the G. E. Braces went over and brought her home, Mr. and Mrs. G. .C. Glddinga and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Housour also visited Sunday at the Giddings home in Wesley. Woman's Birthday Is Honored— A group of friends went to the R. S. John home Saturday evening for a surprise party in honor of Mrs. John's birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mis. F. A. Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan, Mr. and Mrs. R. 'Bancroft; and a friend of hers, Virginia Clark, Des Moines. The George and Will Koestler, James Christiansen and Iver Nordin families attended the funeral of Mrs John Koestler, Titonka, Friday afternoon. iBurial was made in the Portland cemetery. Rachel Clapsaddle entertained the following girls at bridge Friday evening: Margaret Morness, Virginia Thaves, Norma Bettin, Marilda Pratt, Helen Thompson, and lona Moyer. The Martin Griese family visited Mrs. Griese's parents at Armstrong from Saturday to Sunday. Hurley Elliot had charge of the Shell Oil station during Mr. Griese's. absence. '1-ouie, 15, dughter of Mrs. Flossie Shipler, came last week Monday to live with her mother. She had been living with her father, Clyde Shipler, at Lakota. The N. I. Morness family had Sunday dinner at the Lance Riebhoff home. Margaret Mornees had dinner at Virginia Thaves. Mr .and airs. W. H. Klamp and Mrs. Mary Stewart were Sunday dinner guests at the C. O. Peterson home in Swea City. The J. T. and Robert Grahams of Algona, and the F. O. Stows were Sunday dinner guests at the J G Sewick home. •Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Schenck and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott spent the week-end with relatives in Minneapolis. J. E. Reichert, 'Prescott, Wis spent from Saturday to Tuesday at the h Heany. home of his niece, Mrs J T Clara Sohwietert, Dolliver teacher spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Schwie- . . F. Elvidge, and Mr. and Mrs. C. L tert. O. P. McDonald returned last week Wednesday from Minneapolis where he had spent several days , D. F. Schwietert returned Saturday after a few days at Blue Earth Gj-anada, and Welcome, Mnn. The Aid meets Wednesday February 1, with Bertha Daniels; Mrs C. S. Coffin, assisting hostess. Mrs. Will 'Larsen and children of Britt, spent the week-end at the Wilfred Ohafee home. The 'Fortnightly club will Wednesday afternoon with Lance Riebhoff. ente. Logon Officers Are Elected- The Legion Post No. 657 met and organized last week Monday even- Ing. Officers elected are: Commander, W. G. (Flaig; vice commander, Tom 0-Donnell; adjutant, A. iLampe; finance officer, Ernest Jensen; chaplain, I. W. Nelson; historian, Roy Jensen; sergeant at arms, George Rath. Twins' Birthdays Are Honored- Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Thomson entertained Friday night In honor of their daughters Verdabelle and Genevleve's birthday. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Jay Godden, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough daughter Grace, and the Victor Rogersee. Plans Old Time Dance— The .Legion will hold an -old-time dance at Chip's pavilion Friday evening, February 10. 'Fritz's Happy Gang will furnish the music. Admission is 25 cehtfi a'couple. Everybody is expected to bring their own lunch, the 'Legion serving coffee. Auxiliary Has Card Party— The .Legion Auxiliary sponsored a card party last week Wednesday evening. Nine tables of bridge were Played. High scores were won by Delmar (Fisher and Mrs. Ernest Jensen. Low prizes were won by Mrs. Jack Quinn and Otto Jensen. Entertains at Card Party- Mrs. W. J. Cotton was hostess to two tables of bridge Saturday afternoon. Attending were (Mrs Roy Jensen, Mrs. Otto' Jensen, Mrs. Ernest Jensen, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs Glenn Sharp, Mrs. Robert -Dransfeldt, and Ersel Blanchard. Sister Dies In Illinois— Jamea Wadsworth received word Saturday of the death of his eister, Mrs. IH..A. Pearsoni'-Eureka, 111., Other Lone Bock. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Quinn and his mother Bridget Quinn, Bancroft motored to Mankato, Minn., last week Thursday, meeting Mr. Quinn's 'brother Robert, and bringing him home for a between-semester's vacation from his school work at St. Paul's seminary. Arthur and Raymond Pj-Iebe, Ernest Priebe. .Ralph Priebe, Robert Goetsch and Hildreth Pettlt attended a banquet and meeting at Mason <~iy Monday sponsored by the Diamond oil company. P. M. Christenson, Alex Krueger George Nyman, and George Hanna! the local elevator board of directors, attended a three-day convention of Brain dealers In Dodge Dodge last Mrs. Art Sprank, Bernard O'.Donnell and Rosalia Walsh left last week Wednesday for three weeks with relatives and friends in Chicago, Joliet, and Campus, 111 Mrs. F. E. Macumber, eon Clarence, and Mervyn Marlow motored to Port 'Dodge Sunday visiting Dorothy Macumber, who attends the Fort Dodge business college Mrs, W. J. Cotton and Mrs. E M Jensen attended a farewell party at Graettlnger at the Osher home honor of Elizabeth Jensen, who leaves to visit in Florida. Alma Madison, R. Sunday from Sexton cared for a Mr. Hansen.' left for Armstrong, where caring for a patient. with Mrs. Calvin Householder. ' Helen Hedrick and Mr. T. Johnson, Mason c"lty, were Sunday guesta at Robert (Padgett's. Mrs. Hedrick Is a sister of Mi*. Padgett. , The Mother's 1 club meets Wednesday, (February 8, with Mrs. C. M. Gross, Mrs. Ralph Reldle and Mrs. Harry Fector assisting. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton were dinner guests Monday of Mrs. Cotton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Morgan, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prlebe, (Fenton, and Mr. and (Mrs. Ernest Prlebe were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Priebe. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wiener' attended a birthday dinner in honor of Roy Chrlschllles at his home in Fenton Sunday. Fred Wegeners entertained the L. J. Hollisters Sunday in honor of five birthdays in the two families in the last month. Everett Householder, Raymond Blerstedt, and Ralph Reldel made a business trip to Des Moines last Thursday. The declamatory contest of the local high school will be held February 14, at the high school auditorium. Mrs. Charles Olson, Burt, last Thursday with -Mrs. spent Llllle Thompson and daughter Neva. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Kearns, Burt, were callers on the Frank Flalge last Thursday evening. The Lawrence Laidleys, Estherville, were last week Sunday guests of the Alex Kruegers. Mr. and Ms. Frederick Sohultz spent Sunday at the Charles Schultz home at .Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Dane Burns, Iowa Falls, spent 'Friday and Saturday at V. V. Fry's. F. M. Whitney, Eagle Grove, spent the week-end at his sister H. E. Micka's. Frank Macumber has been suffering the last ten days with ulcers of the eye. Bible Study was held at Frank Dacken's last week Wednesday evening. Margaret Roderick spent last week Wednesday with Mrs. Albert Shaser. The Mite society meets ' this Thursday with Mrs. Lillle Thompson. (Mr. and Mrs. William Gochee were •Sunday callers at the John Sprank's. The Christian Endeavor met (Monday evening at Frank (Dacken's. The Harvey Raths, Algona, spent Saturday with Mrs. John Rath. Sexton Carl Neuman and his sister, Mrs. Mary Brockman, Macon, Mo., spent several days last week here with their .brother Otto and relatives in Algona, and attended he funeral of their sister-in-law, Mrs. Ernest Neuman, Algona, Saturday. They left for home Monday morning. Mrs. W. C. Taylor and Mrs. Fred Nearing spent Monday at Mason City. Charles Peterson, Breckenridge, Minn., spent the week-end .here, and looked after his interests of the farm occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hedrick. H e also visited the Otto Neumans. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham spent Sunday afternoon at A. L. Greenfield's. The Aid met last Thursday with Mrs. B. E. Sanders, 20 attending. <Mrs. Jergen Skow, Wesley, conducted Bible study, after which Mrs. Sanders served luncheon, assisted by her sster, Mrs. Lou Boleneus, Mrs. James (Brophy, and Mrs. Drus- llla Noble. The next meetng will be on. February 23-with. Mns. , A L. "reenfield. Mr. and Mrs. Orren Johnson, Mrs. Lottie Johnson, Sexton, and Mr. and Vfrs. Oscar Hammod, Wesley were Sunday guests of Mrs. Amy' Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham, Mrs. A. L. Greenfield, daughter Edith, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven, son Leo, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Hallard Snyder, and Mrs. Essie McMahon attended the Algona creamery banquet Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham spent Monday at Lu Verne with Mr. Cunningham's mother, Mrs. Warmbier. Mrs. Robert Rlley and her children spent Saturday with the former's sister, Mrs. Otto Taylor. Mrs. Adolph Flsch is sick. Mrs. Alex Eischen and Mrs. Matt Bormann attended a miscellaneous shower Sunday at the St. Joe churoh for. Mr. and Mrs. James Becker married last Thursday in Minnesota. The Gilbert Benschoters were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs Arthur Benschoter. The Otto Neumans and the Orville Hedrlcks attended the funeral of Mr Neuman's brother's wife, Mrs Ernest Neuman, Algona, Saturday. Nell Wise returned Sunday, after several weeks with her sister, Mrs. Loyd Steven, Burt. Ms. Albert Grosenbach entertained 12 guests from Algona last week Wednesday evening in honor of Mr. Grpsenbach's birthday, and Emery a Sunday school rlday evening, and Mr Mrs. Grosenbach were guests' Earl Griffith's," Algom. """"" ** The Albert Grosenbachs were Sun- ay dinner guests at F L Algona. ' ' in soon. '., returned where she She has she is . Mr and Mrs. Claude Whitehill and daughter Sarah, Lu Verne, we Monday guests at J. M. Blanchard They will move March 1 to north of town. Mr. and Mrs were 's. a farm Wm. Stoutenber TjH.rn.sen celebrated his 66th birth- e want eggs, cash or trade. Mrs. V. Johnson, Algona, M.-T. »<! M,, Creamery In Yearly Meet — her daughter, Mrs. Harold Sorenson, last week. Doctor Peters went to Des Moines Oranges at any price. The creamery company held Sewing Circle met F^day night with Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, 18 pres- ' Tuesday to attend a medical meet- annual meeting in the Legion hall left last week Monday Minn where they were called by St -tenberg's Thoraee »s at . a . Thomsen's parents, Knud Thom- South Cresco Margaret Simpson, Whittemore, ° f Members and wives of the rural operat!n * H The funeral of Mrs. L. R. was largely attended Wednesday. From away ' . o ' 'nn M«-e Olson and Mr. and Mrs Henry Olson, their daughters, sonlivjn Nels Jensen, Duncombe; Chester Wildln towed the Webster City, and Arthur n accompanied them, returning Thurs- car to Wildln day. Mr. and Mrs, Alan Bishop, of gona were guests Sunday of Warm These Days Try Our Coal Phone XX9 F. S. Norton & Son Lumber and Coal Chevrolet New Six Longer, Larger, Faster, Smoother, New in Styling-' more economical and featuring Fisher No-Draft Yen.' illation. 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