Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 9, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 9, 1933
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FACE TWO KoaSUTH COUNTY APVANCI& ALQQNA, tOWA . Sleep Soundly on Clean Pillows Scientifically laundered— in their ticks . . . fluffed to a puffy fullness clean and sweet smelling. Due to the saturation into the feathers of hair oils and pres- piration—frequent laundering of your pillows is really essential. Our methods of laundering them restores the freshness of the feathers and your pillows come back full and puffy — with a clean sweet odor. Include pillows in next week's washing. KIRSGH LAUNDRY Phone 267. LONE ROCK IS AGAIN LOSER TO SWEA CITY Lone Rock, Feb. 7 — The Lone Rock basketball team played at Swea City last week Tuesday evening. The Lone Rock seconds won 24-13. The Swea City first team defeated Lone Rock's first team 35-21. Swea City had a 14-point lead at the end of the first half. During the second half the teams played a more even game. This is Lone Rock's second defeat of the season, Swea City being the victor both times. Friday night !Lone 'Rock split a doubleheader with Rlngsteil on the local floor. Tlie Lone Rock boys defeated Ringsted 30-22, but the Lone Rock girls lost 22-10. This is only the second defeat of the season for the girls. Seneca will play a doubleheader here this Friday night. Next Tuesday Lone Rock plays at Fenton. Burt P. T. A. Meeting to Discuss Colleges hipman, Lucile Sewick; talk, Is '• «OM visited Saturday at the our 'Boy or Girl College Material? j home -Mrs. J. E. Clifton; discussion of «eorgo P. Hawcott, TV. M., Long's Food Shop Meats and Groceries. Red Pitted Cherries, No. 10 tins 39c Bob White or Big 4 Soap, 10 bars for 25c Boiling Beef, per Ib. 10 to 15c Lard, 25-lb. tin $1.88 Oatmeal, large size 14c Raisins, 2 Ib. bag loc Prunes, 2 Ibs. 15c Shop with us and get quality and bargains. Bring your eggs here, cash or trade. We sell Algona Creamery Butter at the same price they -do at the creamery. If you get it less you are getting old indse. ml Mesclames Wyot Stott, P. W. {ollnsch, H. Ewolclt, R. A. Bleich, \. Boettcher, Stanley Keith, R. F. :ivklge, Chns. Scott, C. E. Slgsbee, R. S. John. The family high score rize went to Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Blelch; low to Mr. and Mrs. R. F. I Ilvklge. rize. Anxlllnry Sponsors Party— The Legion Auxiliary sponsored a card party last week Tuesday evening. Six tables of bridge and three tables of 500 were played. Mrs. Frank Flaig and Georgo Pettit won high prizes in 500; Frank Flaig and Dorothy Ackerman, low score. W. G. Flaig and Mrs. Emory Deitering, Bancroft, won high in bridge; Neva Thompson and Oscar Earing, low. Mite Society Studies Dolls— Tlie Mite society met last Thursday with Mrs. Lillie Thompson. A duet was sung by Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Ersel Blanchard. A guessing contest was held on the nationality of differently dressed dolls made by the different county auxiliaries. The next meeting will be with Mrs. S. M. Gladstone. Car Skids on Ice; Upsets— Milton Madison and his sister Alma, while en route to the basketball game last Friday evening had the misfortune to upset their car. [Bright ights from an approaching car caused Milton to put on the brakes, and .he car skidded on the ice and upset. Alma was slightly bruised. The car was slightly damaged. Vttends Hatchery Meeting— Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton motored to Mason City last week Tuesday, and Mr. Cotton attended a meeting of the Iowa Poultry Improvement as- o£ ho Iowa Poultry Improvement association at the Hanford hotel. Mrs. lotton visited Mrs. S. J. Olson. itiihlcman to Preach Here— ' The Rev, W. G. Muhleman, district uperlntendent, will preach at the Methodist church next Sunday morning, and in the evening will give an illustrated lecture on fooy cout work. . vill move into it as soon veather is warm enough for repairs. Eleven Write Grade Tests— Eleven rural school pupils took lighth 'grade examinations at the Burt schoolhouse Friday. Mrs. Maude Hanna wae in charge. THIS WOMAN LOST 35 POUNDS OF FAT Miss M. Katner, of Brooklyn, N. T., writes: "Have used Kruschen tor the past 4 months and have not ••»nly lost 35 pounds but feel so much J»tter in every way. Even for ipeople who don't care to reduce, Kruschen 3s wonderful to keep the system "healthy. I being a nurse should ;fcnow for I've tried so many things *ut only Kruschen answered all pur- •poses." (May 12, 1932). To lose fat SAFELY and HARMLESSLY, lake a hal£ teaspoonful of Itruschen in a glass of hot water in the morning before breakfast— don't miss a morning—a bottle that 3asts 4 weeks costs but a trifle—but don't take chances—be sure it'e Kruschen—your health comes first— «et it at A. H. Borchard's or any drugstore In America. If not Joyfully satisfied after the first bottle— -money back. Bridge Club Is Entertained—Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen hostesses to the Saturday bridge club at 6:30 dinner followed :>y bridge. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton, and Mr., and Mrs. Ernest Jensen. BAKING POWDER Economical-6fficlent DoiibleTested / . DoubleAction/ SAKE PRICE "today AS 42 YEARS AGO • ^ • 254 MIILIONSOF POUNDS USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE Algona, Iowa Loans $300 or lees obtained quickly on your personal security. For additional information call, write or phone CUNNINGHAM & LACY a PJione 598 Representing a! Finance Co. Dee Molnee were •night H. J. lUco Telephone Manager— Telephone exchange directors met last week Monday evening. H. J Rice was elected manager to succeed N. L. Cotton, who has been manager for a number of years. Girls' Tonrney Ifeit Week— The girls' county .basketball tournament will be held here In the high school gymnasium February 17 and 18. Other Lone Hock News. Supper guests at Jack Qulnn's last week Wednesday were Mr. Quinn's mother, Mrs. Bridget Quinn, son Robert, his friend Frank Curtain, al! of Bancroft, Jay Quinn and Arcadia Jay spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday at Jack Quinn'e. Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt spent the last week with her mother, Mrs Margaret Davison, Mason City. Mrs Dransfeklt's brother Robert spen last week here visiting at L. R. Roderick's and Robert Dransfeldt's. Mrs. Fred Genrich entertained Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Mrs. H. J Rice, Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mrs, "Lawrence Newbrough, and Mrs. A. D Newbrough Friday afternoon a quilting. Mrs. Watson Snick entertained last Thursday evening. Attending were Mrs. •,Fred Genrich, Mrs. Alex Krueger and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard The evening was spent in tying quilts. Sarah Whitehili, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Claude Whitehili, of Lu Verne, has entered tlie tenth grade She Is staying at J. M. Blanchard's till her parents move here MarcV first. Mrs. Glenn Sharp entertained at a jig-saw puzzle party last weel< Wednesday evening. Attending wer Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. H. J. Rice and Mrs. A, A. Krueger. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wiener an daughter Pearl spent from last wee! Tuesday until Saturday in Siou City visiting Mrs. Wiener's sister Mrs. George Cornelia. Glenn and Delbert Sharp, am Raymond Bierstedt left last Wednes day morning for iLadysmith, Wie on business. They returned the las of the week. Mrs. A. D. iBroadle, Mason City came last Thursday evening to visi at Harry Rahn'e. Mrs. Rahn anc Mrs. Broadie are cousins. Glenn and Delbert Sharp, anc Raymond Bierstedt left laet week AVednesday morning for Ladysmith Wis., on 'business. The eighth grade county examina tions were held at the high schoo building last Friday. Bible Study was held last week Wednesday evening at the Rev. S M. Gladstone's. Oscar Earing visited last Wednes- Burt, Feb. 7—The following pro- rnm will lie given at n iP. T. A. leeting at the schoolhouse this week hurstlay evening: music, boys' oc- eettc; play, The Boy, Abe Lincoln, rd and 4th grades; piano duet, Vera where he was to spend several days on business. Mr. and Mrs. J .W. Gross spent most o£ last week at the (Ralph Reimcrs home, Whittemore. Mrs. Glenn Zweifel, Algona, and two Gross and his subject; Tatt. violin solo, Mnrllda. ariy at J. O. McDonald's— Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McDonald en- ertainecl at five tables of bridge th 0 Rev. J. B. Clifton, secretary, of the local Masonic lodge attended a Grand Lodge school at Eagle Gvove Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Peters have word that their daughter-in-law, :'I lilllltm ill. 11VU KIU1K.3 vi kflivtfa^ . 'rklay evening. Guests were Messrs. Mrs Wil tarn Petem, Detroit, re- cently had an operation for appendicitis. Walter Sorenson "returned Saturday from Iowa City, where he went for medical treatment. Charles Olson had charge of his cream station. The Busy Bee club met Friday at Mrs. Stott won the travel Mr. Jesse Dugan's. The next meeting will be on 'Friday evening this week at Mrs. Robert Leason's. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Vlnaae, son Lloyd, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schrader spent the week-end with K. J. Smiths Buy Home— Mr. and Mrs, K. J. Smith have ' relatives at Des Moines. A number of Burt Odd Fellows and Rebekahs attended a county booster meeting at Swea City last week Monday evening. Mrs. Robert Moore and her children returned to Algona Sunday, af- sought the old William Qrover house jter a week here, called by the illness >n main street from H. O. Buell, and of Mr. Moore. as the 'astor Wood Reported Sick— Willis Phelps, Tltonka, preached at the Good Hope church Sunday, he pastor, the Rev. A. H. Wood, bong sick. 'rcsbyterlans Date Birthday Party—The (Presbyterians will have their annual Birthday dinner next week Friday evening at the church dining room. Stows Boy Jackson House-— J. P. Stow has bought the Jackson house, occupied by the 'Henry Gett- mans and will move into it March 1, Other Burt News. Henry Thompson, who had spent ieveral months here with relatives, eft Monday for his home at Los Angeles. He is a brother of Mrs. Mayme Hofius, Mrs. C. H. Blossom, and Jennie Thompson. Banker and Mrs. J. T. Heaney vis- ted Mr. Heaney's iparents at Kies- :er, Minn., Sunday. Banker F. E. Rubey left Saturday for Omaha, The Rev. and Mre. S. H. Aten entertained the Presbyterian church trustees and session at dinner Friday evening. Elwood, Herbert, and Eileen Nelson entertained 35 young people at a skating party Friday evening. Mrs. H. W. Trainer was confined to bed by sickness last week, and Helen Schwletert nursed. Selina Clifton, of the closed Flrat National at Buffalo Center, spent the week-end at home. s Ada iBeitz returned last week Wednesday from Iowa City, where she visited an aunt. Lottie Hawcott vtelted last week Tuesday to Thursday at Mrs. Seldon Straley'e, Fenton. The 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Smith has been sick with abscess in the ear. Mrs. B. W. Brooke and her daughter Phyllis were at Des Moines last week Tuesday. Mrs. M. L. Vinaas entertained at a luncheon and quilting party last week Tuesday. Hugh McDonald, Willard Stow, and Bruce Clifton visited at Forest City Saturday. SERVICES AT BANCROFT FOR YOUNG WOMAN iBancroft, 'Feb. 7—Funeral services for Mrs. Fred Baumgartner, 28, were held Saturday at the Baptist church, the Rev. C. E. Bryden officiating. She died at Cherokee Tuesday of tuberculosis. The body was shipped to Burt Friday morning and thence brought to the JPuchs undertaking parlor. She had been sick a year and nine mpnths. Mrs. Baumgartner was Marie -Beitz before marriage in 1922. She was born at Bancroft and attended, the public schools here. Pallbearers at the funeral were Matt Boyer, Henry Isebrandt, S. W. Taylor, T. P. Jacobs, Tony Alvey, and Clarence Ackerson. Besides her husband and two children, Kenneth, 9, and Joyce, 4, she Is survived by her mother, Mrs. IFred Beitz, Burt, and the followng sisters and brothers: Milton and Fred Jr., Bancroft; Vivian, Ada, Ruth, Magdelene, and Arlene, Burt. Mrs. P. F. Kriethe had her tonsils removed at Doctor Clapsaddle's last week Tuesday. A. C. Bierstedt is reported critically sick. YOUNG TO MARRY AND LIVE ON FARM Wlilttetnore, Feb. 7—Matin Hantelman went to Dubuque and Specht Ferry last Thursday and returned Sunday, accompanied toy Alfred Wehrspann, who Is going to work his father's farm at Specht's 'Ferry this year. Alfred has been working northwest of here the last four years on the Charley Bleckwen farm. Alfred Intends to return to Specht's Ferry Friday, and will take hfs bride. He will be married Thursday to Edna Harms, daughter of Henry Harms, a mile east o£ West Bend. They will be married at 2 o'clock at Peace Lutheran church at "West Bend, the Ilev. Immahuel ICitzman officiating. Edward McKowcn Services Held— Funeral services were held last week Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Thomas Lowman home, for Edward McKowen, who died a week ago Monday at the Thomas (Lowman home, Rodman. Mr, McKowen s an uncle of Mrs. 'Elmo (Barber, of Whlttemore. The body was taken to Dee Molnes Wednesday morning, and that afternoon at two o'clock services were held at the home of Mr. McKowen's sister, Dee Molnes. Those who attended funeral services at Des Molnes were the Elmo Barbers, of Whlttemore, Mm. Ben Walker, West Bend, Louis and Elmer Lowman, and Mrs. Thomas Lowman, Rodman. Martin Meyer Babe Christened— The William Meyers and the (Fred and Erwln iStrueckers drove to Garner Sunday to vteit at Martin Meyer's. Martin la a son of the Wm. Meyers, and Mrs. M. Meyer is daughter of the Fred Strueckers. The three-weeks-old baby of the Martin Meyer was christened Sunday, and named Edward -Fred. Sponsors were Mrs. Wm. Meyer, Fred and ErwJn Struecker. They were accompanied home by Selma, daughter of the Wm. Meyers, who had been there the past week or so. School Girls Serve Luncheon—• The Home Economics girls and Florence B. (Lynch, teacher, served lunch to tlie other teachers and Adolph Naas, janitor, 'last Thursday at 4:16 p. m. Waitresses were "Dotty" Hettdenwlth, Lillian Kuecker, and Myrtle Barber, who wore white aprons and headbands with hearts. The luncheon color scheme •was red and white In honor of St. a daughter, born last week Tuesday, samed (Shirley Ann. Mrs. Rowlett was Margaret Neuman before marriage. This Is the first child. parents, the iFrext Lehmans, William liongstreetei' of' Oecorah, also visited Sunday, with the >JLeh- mans. ' Vi The Joe tteiderscheldts and ' the former's tntither, o£ Algona, were Sunday guests at Ernest Sager's. The Joe Heiderscheidts formerly lived In Whlttemore. The William Vaudtfl, Lu Verne, visited last week Tuesday evening at the Albert Vaudt home. Louis VaUdt accompanied them back to Lu Verne for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn, Cylinder, and Edward Greinart Jr., Falr- vllle', were Sunday guests of Mrs Bruhn's parents, the George Meyers The academy boys went to Clare Friday evening to play St. Matthews teams. Both the first team and second team played, and lost. Banns for Adolf Hansen and Margaret 'Hansen, of Fenton, were called Sunday at St. Michael's ' Catholic church for the first time. An oldtme dance last week Tuesday evening at the Hlgglne hal drew only a small attedance, because of foggy weather. A 7}£-lb. girl was born last.Sun- day to the .Francis Elberts. This ii the sixth child. They have two other iris and three boys. The Rev. Father.J, J. Hyland, ol Whlttemore, visited over Sunday with hla brother, Fath'er Joseph Hyland, of Cherokee. The iLeo Walters, and son Dur. wood, of Algona, were Sunday guests of Mrs. L. Walters' parents, the Peter Elberts. Grandma Chalus, mother of Mrs J. W. McCreery, is reported un changed, after being ill in bed toi some time. The Arnold Melnes, the Loul: Hackbarths and Frank Melne, o Lotto Creek, visited Sunday at John Melne's. Mr. and Mrs. iLe Roy Ditsworth, o Valentine. The menu was clear tomato soup,.. escalloped/potatoes, cabbage salad, nut bread, heavenly hash, cookies, and tea. Attend Iowa City B. B. Game— John Sheridan, John Recker, Robert Quinn, and the latter's classmate, Frank Curtain, drove to Iowa City Friday, and that evening attended a Creighton-Iowa City basketball game. The boys returned Sunday, except Mr. Curtain, who went to DeWitt to visit the Rev. Fr. Curtain, and from De Witt goes to Winnipeg to visit another Father Curtain. Though the priests' names are spelled like 'Frank's, they are not related. Frank Is a student at the St. Paul Seminary, as is Robert Quinn also. Forester Party Draws Crowd— The usual large crowd attended a C. O. F. card party and dance at the Foresters hall last week Wednesday evening. At 500 Lucille Vaske and Charles Lappe won the high ecoree; Mrs. J. W. Schiltz and Edw. Lampe, low. Mrs. Mike Droessler and L. J. Kockler won high at bridge; Mrs. M. F. Schiltz and A. W. Lampe, low, James Luthrell, Mllford, furnished music for the dance, and will play for another this week. Elmer Gerdls Appendix Oat— Elmer Gerdls was operated on for appendicitis Monday at John T6- bin's. Dr. W. T. Peters, Burt, helped Dr. J. A. Devine. Other Bancroft News. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Mescher entertained at 11 tables of 600 Sunday evening. "Frank Droessler and Roee- mary Nurre won the high prizes; Eugene Nurre and Kathryn Delm, Algona, low. Mary, Fern, and Lawrence Gisch, Algona, also attended. Mrs. William Quinn, three children, Mrs. Eugene Wolf, and the lat- terfi,,son Dennis spent last week Wednesday at C. W. Miller's, Lu Verne. Mrs. Quinn and Mrs. Wolf are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Mil- |ler. Mrs. F. M. Stacy is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lyle Madsen. Mr. and Mrs. Madsen were at Minneapolis last week, iand she came home with them. Mr. Madsen is employed at the Thompson Yards. Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Von Bank entertained at four tables of 500 Friday evening. Thomas Murphy and Grace Meyers won the high scores; Albert Klein and Leone Wesselman, low. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Roekoff, of Webster City, spent last Thursday and Friday with his sister, Mrs. Jos. Baltz. They also visited the R. J. Welps. Mrs. Welp is a niece of Mr. Roskoff. Mrs. Joe. Jenks, son Kermlt, and the former's brother, Ray Marquis, Ledyard, spent Saturday and Sunday at Fort Dodge with Mrs. R. R. Holiey, sister of Mrs. Jenks and Mr. Marquis. Donald De Armoun and Florence Barr, Dumont, spent a week with the former's steter, Mrs. F. Davis, going home Monday. Mr. Davis is mechanic at the Deitering garage. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Vaske entertained at six tables of 500 Friday evening. Lucille Vaske and Albin Menke won the high scores; Mrs. 'Frank Vaske and Clem Elsbecker, low. Callista Elsbecker, Carroll, is vis- day and Thursday in with relatives. Emmetsburg Tommy Engeeser started working at tlie L. R. Roderick garage Monday morning. A Mr. Mile, Ledyard, was a Sun- of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. guest Micka. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ackerman made a business trip to Lakota last Thursday. O. A. Sharp and son Delbert made a business trip to Des Moines Monday. The Legion Auxiliary will meet Friday with Mrs. John Sprank. Fred Flajg- made a business trip to Mason City last Thursday. L. R. Roderick was sick last week. Two Families Honored. Wesley, Jan. 31—A farewell party was given at Harold Tryon's last week Monday evening for the Tryons and Edw. Neuroths, who will soon move to Louisiana. The Carl JiYanzens will move to the farm east Hoffmans Hosts at Party— Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman entertained at three tables of bridge Sunday evening. Mrs. C. J. Scanlan, Algona, and J. H. Sheridan won the high scores, and Mrs. Scanlan also won the travel prize. Others from Algona who attended were Doctor Seanlan and Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaae. August Johnson-UexcU Dies— Friends here received word last Thursday of the death of August Bexel, Los Angeles. The Bexels moved there from here. Mr. Bexel is known here as August Johnson. AVhen he went into business with a brother there he changed his name. The Bexels had one child, Cecil. Welp Hatchery Is lleopeued— The Welp hatchery reopened Saturday. Julia Vaeke and Raymond Wolfe are employed there, and Arthur Blocker will again be night man. The hatchery has a capacity of 112,000 eggs, and the first hatch will b e off February 27. St. John's Defeats "\Vhltteniore— St. John's won another basketball game Friday evening, beating Whittemore high, 26-25. The second St. John's team lost to the Whittemore high, 26-25. The second St. John's team lost to the Whittemore seconds, 28-19. Botvletts Have First Child— Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Rowlett have iting her parents, Mr. Louis Louis Elebecker. and Olga Mrs. Elsbecker, R. N., Carroll, visited here last week. Mrs. A. W. Kennedy, Mrs. Karl Hoffman, and Mrs. Albert Deitering entertained the Legion Auxiliary at Mrs. Kennedy's Tuesday evening. The Jos. Elberts, Algona, spent Sunday here with the Le Roy Schiltz family. Mrs. Schiltz Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert. Georgia Carmean spent the weekend at Algona with Inez Potter, of tlie James drug store. She teaches in the local high school. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Seeney visited the latter's sister, Mrs. David Gilbert, at Mason City Friday. Wilbur Fox drove to Eagle Grove Friday with hogs shipped by W. A. Murray and F. J. Welp. J. J. Sherman returned to Red Oak Friday, after several days with his wife and two children. The Lutheran Aid and the Luther League meet Saturday evening at Mrs. Chris Behrman's. Cyril DeGroedor, Osage, is working at his cousin Leo Goche'e. Sheriff and Mrs. Carl Dahlhauser, Algosa, visited here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Recker last Thursday in Algona. spent Burt Boys Fined. Burt ,Jan. 31 — Allan Graham, Harold Nelson, and Harold Anderson were arrested by Marshal Steward last Thursday night for fighting on the street. Mayor Blossom presided at their trial Friday afternoon at the town hall. Graham wa e fined $10 and costs; Nelson, $3 and costs; 01 town occupied by the Tryons. and Anderson was let off with coeta. Girls' Game Ends in Tie— The Graettinger quintet played the .local academy girls' 'basketball team on the local floor last we.ek Tuesday evening, the score resulting in a tie after a hard fought contest, which ended 16-16. The visitors did not wish to play the tie off. The local •boys were to have played Fonda, who cancelled the game on account of slippery roads. Qnlltlngr Bee Held for Bride— A quilting bee was held last Thursday at H. F. Schultz's for Mrs. Herbert Potratz, formerly Ruth 'Schultz. Those who aeBleted are Mrs. Carl Bbert, Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs. George Meyer, Mrs. Herman Voight, Whittemore; Mre. Richard Potratz, Mrs. Herbert Potratz, and Mrs; Edward Kueck«r. of Lotts Creek. Girls Are Making Pajamas— The Home Economics class started making pajamas this week. They are under the direction of Florence B. Lynch. The clasa conetets of nine Eirle—Myrtle and lola Barber, Mathilda Wagner, Evelyn Voight, June Wehrspann, Ruth Vaudt, Lillian Kuecker, Alvera Behnke, .and Dorothy Heidenwith. Merrill Rawsons to Farm- Merrill "Rawson, Eagle Grove, formerly of Whittemore, has discontinued his businees in the Ford garage at Eagle Grove, and is moving to Anamoea, where they will etart farming for themselves. The Raw- sons left here two years ago. Qnlltlng- Bee at Bohnke's— There was a quilting bee last week Wednesday at Mrs. H. W. Behnke's Attending: Mesdames H. R. Zumach, Arthur Heidenwith, D. .Cordes, Aurella Ohm, G. Wehrepan, H. " C Helmke, and A. Mielke, and Adella Bell. Teams Divide With Bancroft— St. John's first and second teams* of Bancroft, played Friday evening on the local floor with the public school. The local second team won 39-13, and the local first team lost in a close and exciting game, 25-24. Is It Sinful to Banco J— St. Paul'e Y. P. S. met last Thursday evening at the echoolhouse. Lawrence Gade joined. After a business meeting a short reading was given by P. L. Jeesen on, "Is Dancing a Sin?" Armstrong' Game Tomorrow IVig-ht The public school girls' basketball team game at Armstrong last week Tuesday evening was postponed till this week Friday night because of bad weather. Observe OSrd Birthday— Friends gathered last week Tuesday evening at Mrs. Miehlke's to help celebrate her 63rd birthday Cards were played. Other Whitfomorft News. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker, Whlt- temore, son Ralph, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker, Algona, drove to Goldfield last Thursday to visit the Carl Walkers. They also looked after business matters' at Eaele Grove. A boy was born last week to the lony Waechters, of Pioneer. This is the first child. Mre. Waechter was formerly Agnes Dahihauser. Mrs. Conrad Alig, of Whlttemore, ia helping care for her niece. The Martin Duffys Sr. have moved to town and have the Maurice Duffy house, Maurice, who is the new county treasurer, being now at Algona. Martin Duffy Jr. will fai-m the home place this year. The William Schueller baby was christened Sunday at St. Paul's Lutheran church by the Rev Mr Ka- beiitz, of Fenton. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. John Melne. She was named Darlene Wilma. The Pete Kollasch family, of Burt cHt£u3 iC?..,_.1 ...... -- ' .' iWU.lt,, Algona, visited Sunday with the lat ter's parents, the Peter Heldts. William Kollasch and Frank Rue sell, of Dakota, visited last week with relatives and friends here. Florence B. Lynch, high schoo teacher, visited over Sunday -with her parents at Cedar Falls. Mrs. Rudolf Wehrspan has beer seriously ill the past week at h« home. Mrs. Kern Elerick has been ill a home the .past v w.eek with', the- flu. Ellsworth Heidenwith was ill a home Monday. Four Corner* The M. & D. club will meet todaj (Thursday) with Mrs. Maude -Rob inson. Program: song, Marohint Through Georgia; roll call, Memor ies of Lincoln; play, Tell a Woman by Grace, Edna and Leona Walke and Evelyn Nickerson. A Valentin box will also furnish amusement. The Roy Lowmans and John Me Neil and Evelyn Cruikshank spen last Wednesday evening with th William Draytons playing cards. A surprise tn honor of Lewi Broesder's birthday was held at hla home last week Tuesday nigh Guests were: the Arch Walkers an Everett Broesders, Mr. and Mrs Orville Holdren, Wm. Broesder an Edna Walker, George Broesder an Edith Bates. Guests furnished well filled lunch 'baskets. The Dave Gerbers and Vlncen Wilson spent last week Thursday near Irvington sawing- wood. The Gerbers are going to move March 1 and are getting wood ready. Mrs. Edith Rich has been spend-" ing a few days with the Arch' Walk- FIRST ROBIN I have not seen a robin yet, but our first shipment of new spring pumps and ties, have arrived, so I know the robins will soon be here. These new styles are snappier and of better quality than last year. They are new, they are smart and well tailored. This is the H. and M. line .that we expected to sell at $2.98 like we sold them last year. But times are hard and money so scarce that we decided to squeeze them into the $2.48 price. Your choice any pair at $2.48. All sizes from 4 to 9. Widths from A to E. This reduction will make them the greatest shoe value in the United States. We are the only agency that sells these slippers for less than $4.00, and some stores sell them at $5.00. You get them at Neville's for $2.48. We are advised by the factory that our new Patricia Pats will be shipped in a week. 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