Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 2, 1933 · Page 3
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" ITl 3 ER OF 8, NKA, SICK EARS, DIES 31—(Mrs. John been ill for the ihree years, died last week She -became seriously ago Saturday., Miriam Koestler was' 'born In at iilchland county, Wls., Jan- 17 1870. She attended the n'tlst 'church and later Became a her of the Methodist church, of ka she was married to John , tle r October 11, 1893, at Edger- |r a ncl eight children were >born E,' of whom died In Infancy. Those fvlvlng are Mrs. Frances Mechler, Tltonka, Melvln Koestler, of rkhoven, Minn., Mrs. Leila Irach, of iLoe Angeles, Calif., Mln- Koestler, of Tltonka, Everyl Bstler, of Armstrong, and Hollys estlcr, who attends high school at onto, Mr. and Mrs. Koestler -first In Wisconsin, moving to a near -Burl in 1901. They lived , three years when they pur- tho farm west of Tltonka, have lived for the last Algona Girl, St. Joe nosscrn COPNTY ADVANCE. ALBUMA. TOWA Youth, Are Married St. Joe, Jan. 31—The marriage of Carolyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs ' M *< ," Wa<3 servod - Attending: the Matt Kellnors, the Joseph Beck- She is survived by her hus- hcf, six children, and 15 grand- llclren. ^ Umcry In Yearly Meet— The creamery held its annual eting at the I. O. O. OP. 'hall Satay, with a good attendance. The El2 business totaled $73,164.46, and [average price of 21'.36'was .paid . .butterfat. Officers were elected: p. Hansen, secretary; William Lyken, treasurer; G. D. Welhous- rcelected director; Bruno Steok- dlrector to' succeed August hrarn, who had served on the arcl ever since the creamery began Guards Society Organized— he Methodist W. H. M. S. has anized children of the church been 9 ancl 12 into a Home Guards ncl. Members so far are: 'Stephen Vrlcs, Arnold Rickleffs, Charles Geraldlne CBruns, Marjorie Iterson, Patricia Ball, Fern Oester- pcher, Roger Larson, 'Forrest Haii- Robert Budlong, and Faith, pe, ancl Duane Faul. The Guards 111 be led by Mrs. Alma'Thompson Mrs. Ted Dunmire. |tllo Girl is Hostess— orothy Peterson entertained little ends at a birthday >party Friday (Harriet Schram, Dorothy fcdlong, Loralne Kuchenreuther, Peterson, Russell French, Hansen, Watson Hamstreet, hcllle Peterson, Margaret Itee, pbert Reynolds, Raymond Rick- Muriel Schram, ancl Edgar ppentrop. Games were played and Inch was served. nice Bonackcr Home Again— jJanlco Bonacker, who had been ptlcally sick during the .past few in a hospital at Mason City, brought home Friday toy her ents; Mr. and Mrs. George Bonker. Bhe is Improving and will }on run around again with the her children. r . ••• , French Observes Birthday— [Mrs. H. A. French entertained.at Friday evening to celebrate •birthday. Attending: Mrs. Jay [idlong, Mrs, Dr. R. C. Ball, Mrs. S. Craven, Mre. Homer Downa, •s. Roy Budiong, Mi-s. Harry Beed, 1 Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe. Party Is Given— skating party was held at Jay idlong's Friday night. Attending pre Pern, Mildred, and Harold antz, Ecllthmae Budiong, Lewis Id Vern Bacon, Sherman Kelley, pnald Callies and Nlel Slack. pch was served; -•.' S. 1'npllg Plan Play—,, ' '<. one-act play, A Bargain's a'Bar n,Js to be given sometime nex by high school students n vSchram, Barbara Ball Nle *k. Donald Callies, Pauline Blak and Merwyn Hani-sen. ^,^-™= 5H=ls« ?™ iHt. Joe, took place at St Pc^roUVe crtx fnmiiv MI« -\TM ' -* r , '. -JGH- church. Alirnnn H,IO Jl' h._ .'? s T ._. l . y >. tno Mlk e Kteohea, Mary A1r,« 11 . -*.••«. ra '".V, L'llU 1VI1K.I Rev Fnthm. ^ T A mm ' ndng ' the Lent «*. "Grandma Rev. Father T. J, Davern official-I Ernest Bormann. Kramar, arid Herllnda Frlderes, sister of the bridegroom, served as bridesmaid, and the beet man was Joseph Wlll- ger, brother of the brldo, The bride wore an ankle-length gown of white satin with a cap- shaped veil -held In place by metal and chlncstones, with accessories to match. Tho bridesmaid ankle-length pink with accessories to taffeta match, wore an dress, and a wreath of flowers around her head. Both carried bouquets. A reception was given for the newlyweds and the Immediate families at the home of the bride's parents. The wedding cake was cut by the bride. A wedding dance will be given by t/he ncwlyweds at the I, O. O. F. hall Algona, this week Thursday oven- Ing. Both young people are well known In. this community. They will be at home after March 1 on the former Nick Frlderes farm, Sy 2 miles west of St. Joe. Till then they will visit relatives and friends. Post-Wedding" Dinner Given— An after-wedding dinner was given at George Becker's Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. James Becker. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Matt Becker, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Frank HUbert and Bernadlne Hilbert, Livermore; Mr. and Mrs. Anton -Beck- Vlsllorg Homo from Texas— 'Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lcarwald got home Saturday night from Lindsay, Tex., where they spent a two BANCROFT FARM OWNER'S WIFE DIESJRIOAY Bancroft, Jan, 31—J. H. Sheridan received news Saturday of the death of Mrs. Harry Wellington, Minneapolis, Friday evening from the tlu, with which she had been suffering several days. She was taken sick shortly after her husband, H. S. months honeymoon. "They win'to ^"'Tv, 0 "', und( : nvont an °P«ant homo after Mni-nh i L '^"on. She is a daughter of Samuel ^aSsrass - Marcolla Uhlll, got home last Thurs- Mre Clvde Shlnle day from the same point in Texas,! th?' Wellingtons after two months wlf.h minti,,™ I,. vveumgions there. months with relatives the large farm on which Mr. and r live, and both of are well known Finger Crushed In Grinder— Tsabolle Kellner suffered an accident last Thursday while he was helping with butchering at Arnold Kellners. While he was grinding meat 'she put her hand too far into -the grinder, and one finger was badly crushed. Many Attend Wedding Banco— A large crowd attended a Phillips- Becker wedding dance at Llvermore last Thursday night. The Ginger Blues furnished music. Other St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. James Becker, newlyweds, and the lattor's mother, Mrs Nick Phillips, of Claromont, Minn., spent Saturday afternoon with the N'ick Elschons at Cylinder. Mrs. Phillips Is 0 , sister oC Mrs. Eischen. Nicholas (Phillips and two of his daughters, Arleno and Hilda, with his niece, Alma Kayser, left Friday er Mr nnri ATi-o ^n i -NT-mi i, LS ""••««. Aima Kayser, left Thomas,Xmo^d, N Lt 1 tce, hll a^ !,° n r n M, nCn '- V "7° ? "^ Emma Becker. \1> n ™i vr ' T a r_ m ™ 1 ' 1 " nn " aftcr a few 'lay« -here. Emma Becker, Mr. and Mrs. John I Fuhrman, the Rev. Father Theobold, and Susan Nabor, all of St. Joe; and Mrs. Nick Phillips, Claremont, Minn., mother ot the bride. Parly at Charles Plathcs— Mr. and Mrs. Charles Plathe entertained Sunday evening at five tables of BOO. First prize was won by Bernadlne Plathe, who received a candy dish. The consolation, a rubber doll, was given to Matt Kirsch. Attending: the Herman Plathes, the Conrad Mertzee, the Matt Kirsch es. the Henry Thllges family, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kirsch, Mr. and Tullus Capes! UR, Mr. and eorge Bormann, the hired mai Adolph 'Fuhrman, and Jos. Schad. Mrs. Mrs. Party at Sebastian Kramar's— Last week Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Kramar enter- ained 50 relatives at eight tables of 500. Mrs. John Lenertz and Mike Kisch won the high scores; Mrs. Anton Becker and John Lenertz, BOYS TEAM AT WESLEY WINS 11THJTRAIGHT Wesley, .Jan. 31—Last week Tuesday the teams went to Mrs. Nick Phillips, daughter Viola, Alma and Raphael Kayser, and friend left Monday morning for their homes in Claremont and, Waseca, Minn. Some farmers from this vicinity attended the annual creamery dinner at the Algona high school building in Algona Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Eischen and the Matt Bormanns, St. Benedict, were visitors here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Lenertz, near Llvermore, were recent evening visitors at George Thul's. Edward Frlderes was at Matt Becker's, Burt, last week with farm work. Viola Phillips, Owatonna, Minn., was a Sunday dinner guest at Jas. Kramar's. Mrs. Gus Bosalis, Cherokee, spent a few days last week with relatives here. Mrs. Fuhrman, mother of Sylvester Fuhrman, has been sick. Herman Becker was at Fort Dodge last Thursday. families, Burt, visited Grandpa Gld- clings, here, and Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf, who had spent a week with her father, returned with her daughter, Mrs. Brace. Nine members attended the meeting of the Methodist W. F. M, S. at Mrs, H. Hansen's Friday afternoon. The Mesdames Hodges and Dawson read the lesson, a chapter of SLady Fourth's Daughter. Mre. Lawrence Hansen led devotions. Mystery Box here. Seminary Students Visit Here- Robert Quinnn and his classmate, Frank Curtain, arrived Saturday to visit Mrs. Bridget Quinn. They attend the St. Paul Seminary and are 'having a three weeks between-semesters vacation. Robert Is a son of Mrs. Qulnn. Frank will visit two weeks here and then go to Canada to visit relatives. His home Is at Providence, R. I. When he attended Holy Cross College in the east he was chosen all-eastern guard in football. DCS Molnes Trio In Ylslt— Miss Jerry Clark, Jos. Knelss, and PAGE the 'high score, Mrs. Francis Bradley low. Mr. and iMrs. George- Wohnke entertained Mrs. E. M. Gardner, Swea City, the latter's daughter Bertha, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gardner, Bernice Johnson, and Raymond Gardner, Armstrong, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Fnlkehalner, Algona, at dinner Sunday. Henry Fangman >Sr., of Templeton, and Henry Fangman Jr., iRed-, wood, Minn., visited Tuesday at Frank Fangmans. 'Henry Sr. and Frank are brothers. Frank has been confined to bed with rheumatism for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Hank Janssen entertained at seven tables of BOO Tuesday evening. Mrs. 'Fred Kulow and Homer Olson won the high scores; Mrs. Lee Olsen and Ben Lampe, low. Viola Merrill Is spending two weeks at Hollandalo with her sister, Mrs. Lee Klocke. She returned recently from Waterloo, where she completed a course In beauty culture. A scheduled meeting of the Legion Auxiliary -was postponed from this week Tuesday evening till a later date, Mrs. Jos. Fox being away, it Is to be held at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Tuttle visited i son > who compiled the mailing list, three days last week at Frank Mer- an<1 Mesdames W. J. Bourne and ron's and Mrs. William Carolin's. Gertrude Sage Ackerman In the The Tuttles returned to their home secretarial work. Mrs. Dlppert re- UNION TWP. SHOWS GAIN IN SALES OF CHRISTMAS SEALS Union Twp., Jan. 31— Mrs. A. B. Schenck, township tuberculosis Christmas seal chairman, was In Algona Friday attending a county meeting presided over by Mrs. Jos. Bloom, Algona, and with a Mrs. Dlpport, Des oMInes, guest speaker representing the state association. Mrs. Schenck gave the following report: Number of letters sent, 130; replies received, 121 ; letters returned with money, 68; total amount received, $27.05. Number of $2 contributors, 1; $1.50, 1; $1.00, 11; less than $1, Bo. Expense postage, $5.63. The township's share, Net, $21.42. , $10.70. The latter sum will be spent for health work In our schools. A detailed report of the expenditures will follow later. The chairman appreciates the hearty cooperation and assistance of the clerk, W. C. Nel- at Cedar Falls Sunday. | ported the 1931 sale totaled $5,500,>F. J. Welp went to Eagle Grove 00 ° J n the U. S. •Friday with five doubledecks of I hogs. They were shipped out of here '^' * "• f; '" 1 ' Hears I)r. Bonnie— Mrs. Cora n Evans Carmean, sMoines spent i 10Cal « rtocW >«ye™" by F ' J> W(3lp ancl W> A ' Murra y- : . 'Saturday, Sunday and Monday t i Mr " and MrS ' A " H " • Fuohs enter - Bacon ' A1 S° na - t0 J hc Mothor8 * ^"8* tew ThUMd °y afternoon with a O. W ^rmeaw E T,» ,, tte on?v talned at three tables of toridse Sun-! ^° crowd present Mrs. Eugene^ son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W.'carmean, - 1ay evenln &- ancl Mrs - Mlk e Droess- !£ Toflus - ^°"e 'Rock, and Mrs. Floyd find he and Mr. Knetes attend the DCS Moines School of Pharmacy. Miss Clark and Georgia attended BUSINESS AS USUAL « The January Clearance Sale is over and we are all squared away to make 1933 a bigger and better merchandising year than last year. We would like to forget 1932 and about half wished it had never happened. New goods of all kinds are beginning to arrive for the 1933 campaign and you will find Neville's Shoe Store the cheapest place in this world to buy good standard shoes and furnishings. The new low prices will surprise you. 7 hey are even lower than our January Sale prices. We are doing a good job of buying for our 1933 customers. Neville's "The Shoe Man" Algona, la. Drake together, and Miss Carmean I teaches in the public high school ler and A.. A. Droessler won high scores. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sheridan enter- j tained at two day evening at their home, id J. I- Mrs. P. tlie jfBacon, Burt, daughter and daughter-in-law respectively of the hostess, assisted. The program was: plnno solo, Mrs. Clara Thompson; roll call, simple home remedies; club mean drug store here. Porosler Party Draws Crowd— The largest crowd of the season attended a Forested card party and dance last week Wednesday night. Cnrmodys orchestra, Whittemore, furnished music. At 500 Mrs. -Frank Wilhelmi and Arnold Schiltz won the scores, eases, Dr. M. Bourne, Algona. , . Fred Looft left the Wohnke hos- hostess served a tray lunch follow- pital Saturday. He underwent an j '"£ adjournment. The next meeting operation for the removal of his ap-; wi " be at [Burt with Mesdames pendix. recently. His home Is at IMa >' m o Hofius and Lulu Elston, Swea City. j hostesses. It is hoped to have Mrs. Ray Marquis, Ledyard, visited his j F - J - Clark, Algona, at this meeting. sister, Mrs. Joe Jenks, three days ' Mrs ' Clark had been scheduled for a high scores; Mr. and Mrs. W. Ewalt, ,' ' low. At bridge Frank Fot-h and afternoon - last week. Her father, Oliver Marquis, Ledyard, visited her Saturday' Mrs. P. J. Schiltz received high scores; John Joe Welp and Mrs. Jos. Recker, low. Surprise Honors Aelred Haupert— Mr. and Mrs. TTrank Hatten, son Elroy, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Schiltz, Mr. and Mrs.' Otto Vaske, Mrs. F. J. Carolyn and James Grethen returned to their home- at Mallard June meeting, but the Clarks leaving Algona soon. .Toll Hunters Are Active— A near Algona farmer reports 37 Sunday, after a week with their sis- i a PT> Uca "ts for one job as a hired ter Alice, office girl for Dr. J. A. Devine. Mr. and Mrs. H. 03. -Menke entertained at five tables of 500 Sunday evening. Theresa Krapp and H. B. Kramer, son Silvan, Mr. and Mrs. John Haupert, and Walter Schiltz attended a surprise -birthday party for Aelred Haupert, Algona, Friday evening. 'Five hundred was played, and Elroy Hatten and Mrs. F. J, Kramer won the high scores. r. Lampe's Birthday Observed— 'Neighbors of the Ben Lampes surprised Mrs. 'Lampe on her birthday Sunday, when they dropped In to spend the evening with her. Five hundred was played at four tables. Mrs. C. J. Elsbecker and H. K. Lampe won the high scores; C. J.' Elsbecker and Mrs. H. K. Lampe, low. Mrs. Ben Lampe drew a cut prize. Drotlier of Mrs. Dnddlnp Dies- Mrs. Jos. Fox; Mr. and Mrs. IL. J. Mousel, and Mrs. George Duddlng high scores. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cutler, Esi therville, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cutler. Gerald MoFarland had an ankle .sprained last Thursday, when a -horse stepped on It. Four Corners score was the same as in the game ] played here against Thompson in December. Michael AVlngert suffered a broken nose at the end of i Calvin Conroy, Methodist (Bible study will be at Chas. Kraus' this week Tuesday evening, the subject being Genesis brother of 3 of Mrs. the first quarter. He will, however, ig and 19 . Tne Ald wl] , meet w , th be able to play this week-end, The | M rs. Dawson this week Wednesday first and second boys' teams will'afternoon Senior !Leaeup was iron , , „ meet Corwith in an important game I attended Sunday llenhL wlwI arHval ° f a daugnter for Represen- n,i<, ,,,oob- T,,^*W A ^ , um-naea ^unaay evening; Helen tattvn ami Mrs -wniinrr, svi B ,-Wan this week Tuesday. A return game I Fv anzen , ras leader. The M. & D. club met last Thursday at Mrs. Huby Walkers, with 2-8 present. Roll call was answered with favorite -hobbies. The song for the day was the Song of Iowa. The constitution and bylaws of the club were read by the secretary. A one- act play, Mrs. Perkins' Hat, was given by Maud Robinson, Iva Witham, and Alice Ditsworth. The next meet- was scheduled to be with Clara >ut will be with Mrs. Maud Robinson Instead next week Thursday. A group of young folks spent the evening at Louis Broesder's a week ago Sunday. Coffee and cake were N. E. Sherldans Are Grandparents—; served. Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Sheridan celved news last Thursday of Slop for Coll— • and Mrs. E, Mitchell, Detroit their son Clifton were las hursday callers at Eric Peterson's £ey were driving to South Dakota ere they Were to epen(J ^ re6t of 1 winter. jonka Wins from Thoinpson- fLast week Tuesday • night the Trt-school B. B. team played hompscm at Thompson, and won fck\ Samea ln which the Rls have been victorious. Schnwn accompanied W s, Chicago, who had been day8 ' home Saturday, L«rf Was to return this fcttday or Wednesday. • -• Hoon ffe club week Iunohe °n entertained her Thurs- waa F m BRIDE with the academy will be .played at Algona Friday. Our boys' team Is better than usual this year, and, it Is believed* will be strong contenders for county honors. The boys have won 11 games straight, and have lost only to Swea City,, that town being so far undefeated. Forwards here are Wingert, Erdman, Kunz, Lawson, and Ormsby; centers, Kraus, and Nelson; guards, Franzen, Elsenbacher, and Kent. Auxiliary Sews Carpet Itug-s — 'Legion Auxiliary members met at Mrs. Kennedy's Friday afternoon and sewed carpet-rags until 4:30, when they listened to a radio program broadcast from Ames, Frank Miles, editor of the Lowa Legionnaire, speaker. A regular meeting will be held at the Legion rooms this week Thursday evening, Mrs. Kennedy ^hostess. Plans will be made for the next joint meeting February 16, when the Thursday Auxiliary Mrs. Vee Mullln returned last week Tuesday from Fort Dodge, where she recently underwent an operation. She Is able to be up much of the time. Irene Haynes, student nurse at Mercy hospital, Mason City, was at home Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dawson entertained tative and Mrs. William Sheridan, Des Molnes. Attorney Sheridan is a son of Mr, and Mrs. N. E. Sheridan, and Is representative from Keokuk. St. John's Again Victor— St. John's basketball team won another game last Thursday evening, when It beat Seneca on the lo- ical floor, 21-20. Seneca was ahead at bridge Friday evening. Guests ; at the half . 8t ' John - s , has won sev . were the George Aldriches and J. P. Studers, and Betty Barry and James en out of ten games. : h6 ,. las !. two wer ?'wrg. M. J. Dyer loses Father— ,!.. ,._^_ , prize winners. The hostess served lunch. Dyer returned Thursday from Cylinder, where she at- Mrs Dora Arndorfer, St. Benedict,' tended the funera ,' o£ her father vis ted h«i- sister, Mrs. Anna. Kunz,/| wmlam Moor6i last week will entretain. The date will also be depided and plans completed foi the county meeting, to be held here early in March. Missionary Gives Aid Talk— A good crowd attended the Congregational Aid meeting at (Mrs Engstrom's last week Wednesday afternoon. Miss Thompson, returned missionary, gave an interesting :alk on her work In southern Africa. She described native customs, and remarked that attempts at conver- aton are not uniformly successful, which is the case in this country, also. Karl Wester Is Benedick- Karl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wester, Wesley, •was married Saturday to Miss Margaret Beard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Jeai-d, Des Moines. It was a home veddlng, with only the families of .he contracting parties attending. Mr. and Mrs. Wester will make their tome in Algona. • , ; Declum Ellms" Being Held— The public school declamatory ilimination contests will be held this veek Tuesday, W'jdneeday, and Thursday. Four contestants will ba eft in each of the three classes. Miss Xx>oft was sick with flu and absent Monday. Finds Florida Weather Warm- Mrs. Ben Hopkins has received a etter from her (husband at Jacksonville, Fla, He writes that because f the difference in temperature here, he has been obliged to change o summer clothes. Other Wesley News, John Ormsbys visited at John McMahon'e, Sexton, Sunday. Mau- Hansen sp&t Sunday with Helen At Sunday dinner guests of bis brother Ifajw, to town. The Guy Gerald. Brace and Fred last week. Mrs. Henderson and Evelyn Haynes visited the Fred Loofts at Swea City. Henry and Dorothy Goetss were at Algona Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Ormsby attended the funeral of Mrs. Bonnie Mullin at Britt Friday. The two families were neighbors some years ago. Mrs, Mullln died at the home of a daughter in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Will Walker, Corwith, and their son Raymond, visited Mrs. Walker's brother, Lester Lease, Sunday. C. A. Lawler, of Woden, visited his daughter, Mrs. Vincent Doughan. Mrs. Jos. Meurer has recently been suffering from antrim trouble, and has been going the past week to Mason City for treatment. Nathan Studer was taken sick with stomach flu Sunday. Fred Dlekmann went to Fredericksburg on business Monday. His nephew, Herbert Tin, 'Boyd, who had visited here six days, went home with Mr. Diekmann. re- I Mrs. Edith Rich came: home last the week Tuesday, after a week and a half with the Herman Lindemans, Dakota City. Vincent Wilson, who is spending the winter with the Edward Riches, went -home for a few days Monday. His people are the John Wilsons, ol Whittemore. The ILurhl Fesslers, of Rlngsted brought (Evelyn Nickerson home last week Monday. She spent three weeks with the Fesslers. A number of Four Corners married folks spent last Thursday evening skating at the Whittemore rink. Irene and lona Witham gave skating party Sunday afternoon on a large pond of ice in a field' on the farm. After the skating ice cream was served. The Lewis iLowmans were Sunday dinner guests of the J. P. Nlcker- sons. The Union No. 7 P. T. A. will meet at A. R. Cruikshank's this day: Mr. and Mrs. Bert Quinn, two I week Friday night, and Mrs. A. A. children, the Jack Qulnns, Lone j Bishop, Algona, will give a talk. Rock, Jay Quinn, Arcadia, and Rob- | The Everett Wlthams received a letter one day last week from L. J. Lowman, who Is spending the winter in Illinois. He said it was like spring there. Ppeople were going without rubbers or coats. Mrs. Witham Is a daughter of Mr, 'Lowman. Almost the whole . neighborhood attended the Algona creamery dinner Saturday. A fine dinner and a tables, and Margaret Schiltz won ] good program are reported. man at his farm next year. School directors are also being interviewed by prospective teachers in quantity. The knights of the paved road are becoming more numerous these days. This writer has noticed young men In working clothes wearing H. S. or college sweaters with emblems, and carrying some baggage. Rural Schools Day Planned- Mrs. Mary Sarchet, 1933 rural schools day chairman, held a meeting of the district representatives last week Tuesday afternoon and a meeting of the teachers last week Wednesday after school to make additional plans. The annual spelling contest will be held at Good Hope Friday afternoon, April 14, Other Union Jfews. The Algona creamery annual meeting and dinner at the H. S. building Saturday attracted practically all patrons of the township. Mrs. Gertryde Sage Ackerman was at Lone Rock last week Tuesday evening attending a party at James Ackerman's. A DOING MACHINE rolls for sale •**• by the roll or Advance. In Oatmeal YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME CHOICEST QUALITY Cookies A very special price on Fresh Baked Cookies. Dunk them In j-onr coffee, and use them for added variety in the school lunch, Pound Med. Brown Sugar 2 CHOCOLATE COTEHED Caramels Skilled candy makers cannot produce a finer chocolate caramel. Those who like good candy have paid 40c or more for .the saino quality. Pound 15c Walter Baker Cocoa French Salad Mustard Michigan BEANS The very choicest hand picked navy beans, O POUND' Q O BAG O C Stock Salt, 100 lb. bag ;_ Pork and Beans 3 No. 2 1-2 cans _ Beans, Cut Wax, No. 2 can Peas, 17-oz. can f c Corn, 11 oz. can 5,, Tomatoes, No. 2 can ; y c Celery, large stalk g c day. Other Bancroft News* •Mrs. Bridget Quinn entertained the following guests at dinner Sun- ert Qulnn and Frank Curtai, St. Paul. Jay came Saturday to visit his brother Robert while the latter is home from school. Mrs. Mike Droessler entertained at four tables of -bridge Saturday evening at her home, and Mrs. A. H. Fuchs won the high score. (Monday evening she entertained at three Lotto Creek A party was held Friday evening at Frank Shelter's, for 40 guests who helped Mr. Sheller pick corn recently. The entertainment was cards and the high scores were won by Martin Potratz and Mrs. Louise Hackbarth. low by Julius Will and Mrs. Earl Lorenz. At midnight lunch was served. A party was given last week Tuesday evening at William Wetzel's in honor of Esther's birthday. Guests were the Richard, and Al- jert Potratz families, the John ECohlwes family, (Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leisner, and Mr. and Mrs. Louise Hintz. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Sheller, accompanied by Elsie and 'Ewold Kohlwes, drove to Faimont last week Monday. Mrs. Arthur Ruscb spent last veek at Algona helping care for her mother, Mrs. Frank Schallin, who Je still confined to bed. Mrs. Kahn, of Algona ,Is with drs. Robert Leisner Sv., who has been sick during the last few weeks. Esther Potratz Worked, at WJlltenj Fueretenau's last week- . NEW LOW PRICES o n Monark Malleable Ranges $48 to $85 See these Ranges before you ?buy, Kohlhaas Hardware ^uccessorJoGasoli^ ^S^SSSSi ™- -* Mil* tttftYl ,. introduced D*-»

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