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PAGE TWO KOB8UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA S, S, OFFICERS ARE ELECTED ATLUVERNE liti Verne, Apr. 18—Officers were elected at a recent meeting of the Methodist Sunday school board; Ralph Davidson, superintendent; John Brink, assistant; Mrs. Grover Hentz, secretary; Aramintha Johnson, recorder; Mrs. William Baddeley, treasurer; Marvel Davidson, librarian; Yulahmae Murray and Mrs. Harry iLichty, choristers; Florence Lund and Richard Niver, (pianists; Merle Thompson, mail carrier; church board secretary, Mrs. Henry Pietzke; church board treasurer, Harold Sorenson. Churches Crowded for Easter— A beautiful Easter day brought out a good attendance at all churches Sunday. The Lutheran church was filled to capacity English festival services. Special SWEA CITY WOMAN DIES; BURIAL MADE AT WEBSTER CITY Swea City, Apr. 18—Mrs. J. P Frakes died at her home here week ago Monday and was buried in Webster City ,last Thursday Funeral services were held in the Baptist church by the Rev. C. H Miller, of the Fairmont Methodist church, assisted by the Rev. S. R. Seimens. Fannie Caulkins was born in Syracuse, N. Y., August .15, 1851, noving to Illinois, and later to Webster City, where she and Mr. Brakes lived many years. She was 1 narried to J. P. Frakes in 1866, ind they recently observed their S7th wedding anniversary. They noved to Swea City in 1901, and lave made their home here since, xccpt three years spent in Fairmont. Besides her husband Mrs. for Frakes is survived by the following R. V.. of Hector, Minn.; Mrs. E. C. Wooden, of Los Angeles; Wm. J., of Fairmont; Edward E., of New Hanvpton: Mrs. S. P. Eck. holm, of Swea City; John A., of Ida Grove; Stran, of Frankfort, •offerings for missions were received at the Evangelical and Presbyterian churches w.ith baptismal services and reception of three new snemibers at the latter church. There was sunrise prayer meeting at the Methodist church, and the communion service was celebrated at the morning worship hour. Tnrfy for Basket Ball Teams— The girls' high school basketball 4,eams entertained the boys' team ,-_. • ~~~~~. ^^"yuc. and the coaches, Miss Swenson and| and clara Frakes. Hector, Minn. Mr. Graham, at the Jones homo last I '_ _ — •week Tuesday evening. Forty persons attended, played rook, and •worked jigsaw ipubbles. Prizes Henderson WHITTEMORE EX-RESIDENT DIES IN WEST Whittemore, Apr. S. Dailey received word one day last week that his only sister, Mrs. Mayme Canfield, had died last Thursday at her home at iLos Angeles. She was reared here and :aught school four miles south of :own. Besides her husband she eaves two sons, Lyle, of New York City, and Vane, Seattle, also 'wo adopted children, at home, ind three brothers, John, of Cali- ornia, Edward, Cedar Rapids, nd Harvey. Mr. Dalley has also earned that his. brother Edward, edar Rapids, suffered a stroke our months ago. TTrs. Mnrtin Duffy Loses Sister- Mrs. .Martin Duffy has received ews that her sister, Mrs. De Luers, nee Flanigan, of Tacoma, Vash., died last week Monday, fol- She was born in Illinois, later All the children were .present for the funeral except Mrs. Eckholm, who is ill In a hospital in St. Paul, and Stran and Mrs. Wooden. Grandchildren here are Mr. and Mrs. James Frakes, Bird Island, Minn; Mrs. Mae Vance, Minneapolis; Mrs. Leslie Campbell Ind Came t0 Iowa ' _._;' three years here. He -was graduated from iLone Rock high school and attended teachers college at Cedar Falls. 147 Take Communion— The Rev. Mr. Stahmer, of St. John's, Falrvllle, assisted the Rev. Mr. DIscher at Holy Communion Friday morning, with 147 participants. Friday evening the Rev. Mr. Discher assisted the Rev. Mr. Stahmer at Fairville. taught schoo Twenty^fou nvere won by Leonard sand Velma Ramus at rook; Mr. 'Graham low. and Dorothy Stodtlard, Club Hears Iowa Proirriini— The J. J. club had an Iowa program at Mrs. Jesse Lindebak's Fri- [ I South Cresco Mrs. D. D. Sparks and her litUe son Charles returned Friday from two weeks at Boone. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown's son Ralph returned Friday from two weeks at Marshalltown. Mrs. Brown remained at the home of a day. Roll call was answered with [ brother, a Mr. Wester, whose wife "Who's Who in Iowa and Why. Mrs. j is sick. J. R. Farrell read a paper on Iowa j The M. & D. club meets this week Children's Homes, and Mrs. Archie Thursday with Mrs. Fred Parks. iSanford one on Iowa in the Beginnings. A social hour was conducted by Mrs. Albert Hefti. . Mrs. C. D. Montgomery and Mr and Mrs. Clifford Juhl, Forest City with Mrs. W. A. Dutton, Algona! cal'led .Monday at L. R. Dutton's. Another Cribbiure Tourney Game— j Mesrtames Frank and George Another cribbage tournament j Miller, Claremont, Minn., visited •was held at the city hall Friday relatives here last week. They were evening, with six tables in play. Pearl and Nellie Dutton ,and •Herbert Lothringer won the men's | (laughters of Mr. and Mrs. L. high score, Vera Wegner the worn- Dutton. are R. en's. Mrs. Elmer Gronbach won a Mrs. Seeley and parents, Mr. and chair. The players will meet again : Mrs. S. L. Olson, Emmetsburg April 2S. I were here Monday, and the Olsons i remained to help with spring work at La-wrence Olson's. Seeding here is now well under Last week's weather dried the Jfew Band Begins Practice— Twenty persons met for first 'band practice this season •last Monday evening. W. Schaub, (out most fields. Webster City, who has charge of j -Mrs. Ward McWhorter and her the school orchestras, has con- new daughter were brought from tributed his services as leader till, the _ Kossuth hospital 'last week the end of. the school year. Seniors Pick Class Play— The Senior play, to be given May 3.2, has been selected. It is In the Good Old Summer Time, a comedy In three acts, with 14 characters. As there are 23 members in this year's graduating class there will Ibe a tryout for parts. U. S. Grant Cemetery Sexton— The Cemetery association met at Mrs. A. L. Spooner's last •day, 20 women attending. Thurs- U. • S. Grant was elected sexton. Mrs. F. I. Chaipman will be hostess at a meeting May 11. Dr. A. I. Spooner Sick— Dr. Dwight S'pooner came Saturday from Rochester to see his father, Dr. A. L. Spooner, who is sick. Wednesday and will go to their home at Osage this week-end. Lola Lehman, Des Moines, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lehman. G. P. Hayne, former resident here, died Tuesday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. E W Cook, Fort Dodge. He had (been sick all winter and in failing health a year and a half. Funeral services 'were to be held at the Congregational church, Fort Dodge, with interment in Riverview cemetery Algona. _ Ella, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. albsent from to have 1>oth E. Harr, has been school, having had ears lanced. Other Lu Verne News. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dorn'berger and Mrs. Dick Wermersen arrived "'last Thursday from Miller, S. D. Mrs. Dornberger recently underwent an operation and will be at the Wermersen home to recuperate. W .S. Hunt and Elsie accompanied Mrs. Mary Anderson to her home at Chicago last week Wednesday and visited there several days. Mrs. Anderson, who is Mrs. Hunt's Four Corners The Mothers & Daughters club meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Agnes Walker. The opening song will be Old Folks at Home, and roll call will be answered with favorite cartoons. A paper will he read by Nettie Rich, and a recitation given by HeJen Walker. Ruth Rich gave a young folks' dancing party at William Drayton's last week Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lowman were guests of the Earl Robinsons, 'Spirit ding anniversary. and played cards. years ago she moved to Washing ton. She is survived by her hus- 'band, one child, two sisters, Mrs. Hayes, Tacoma, and Mrs Duffy, and a half 'brother In 111! nols. Mrs. Le Luders 'was 58. Alyert Behnkc Is 16; Party— Alvera Behnke was taken by sur pris Sunday evening, when a part} was given in her honor, the occasion being her 16th birthday. Twen- tw-four freshmen, sophomore, and junior boys and girls attended. At 500 Dorothy Heidenwith won higl for girls, Martin Voight high for boys, and Edwin Mallory won a, travel prize. Alvera's, sister Esther Behnke was hostess. Elbert Baby is Christened— The -Frank Elbert baby was Mr. and , were sponsors. The baby was named Anita Kay. Sunday dinner guests at the Elbert home were the sponsors and Mrs. Geo. Elbert's sister, Miss (Barnes, Algona, the Andrew Elberts, Mrs. Roy Schumacher, and her sons Lester .and Louis. Albert Potratzes 30 Years TVc<l— Relatives and friends gathered Sunday evening at the Edw. Maahs home to surprise-Mrs. Maahs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potratz, the occasion being their 30th wed- Flfty attended Out of town guests were Hilda and Alma Potratz, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz. Mrs. Timotliy O'Brien Honored— Mesdames Zelba Brown, Marie Cairy, Fern Hardgrove, Nellie Van Allen, Myra Ostrum, Mary Guderian, all of Algona, Bernadlne Allen, Fort Dodge, and Mrs. C. Hansen and Nellie Swanson, Whittemore, attended a recent birthday party at Roy Crawford's in honor of Mrs. Timothy O'Brien. J. H. Wolfe 89 Tears Old— J. H. Wolfe, familiar figure in Whittemore, celebrated Ms 89th birthday last week Wednesday. He says a man is as young as he feels. The Wolfes are both hail and hearty, having already celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. Thej are parents of eight children, twc of whom are dead. Orville Foxsen Birthday Observcc The Peter Elberts, the Leo Wai ters family, Minnie, Otto, and Ear Elbert, all of Whittemore, Dick Vaughn, Algona, and the Lewi El'berts, Emmetsburg, were Sun day dinner guests at Bert Foxsen's the occasion being the Foxsen son Orville's birthday. Seeks Coaching position- Fritz Fish met with the schoo joard at Dakota City last week Monday evening. He has hopes of securing the job as athletic coach Ball Team Is Discussed— The Whit'temore community club held its annual monthly meeting last -week Tuesday evening. A ball :eam this year was discussed, and a committee was appointed to report at next meeting. Cnrs Crash North olf Town— Last week Wednesday cars driven by Ai'bert Potratz, north ol own, and Joe Hand, of Emmets- )urg, collided just north of the Celso .bridge, north of town. Both :ars were damaged. '500" Party ls~~Gi7cnI- Relatives gathered Wednesday a Villiam Meyer's for a "500" party rtrs. Edward Lleb and Herman leyer won high prizes. Georg leyer and Evelyn Voight won low -unch was served. Boy's Appendix is Removed- Kenneth, nine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kajewski, was operated on Sunday afternoon at the Me Creery hospital for mastoiditis. Patricia Weir is nurse. Boy for Frank Jergcns— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jergens are parents of a 9-1'b. boy, 'born last week Tuesday. This is the .first Bailey and daughter Carrol came a week ago Monday to visit at Carl Ebert'a, and with Grandma Ebert, who stays at her son Carl's. They returned 'last week Wednesday^ Mrs. Vernon Bailey is a daughter- in-law of the Emerson Baileys. Mrs; Emerson Bailey is a daughter of Grandma Ebert. The Guy Stricklers, of Mitchell S. D., and Mrs. WiHlam 'Nissen, Eldora, visited Mrs. Stickler's aunt Mrs. George Meyer, Monday. The Stricklera had spent Easter at Bldora with Mrs. Strickler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Nissen. The visitors were accompanied to South Dakota by Mrs. iNissen, sister-in-law of Mrs. Strickler. Mrs. Chris Siems entertained at Sunday dinner the George Biem's 'amily, Haacks, Fen ton, Fairville, the the Herman Edward child in the family. Mrs. Jergens was Linda Dau. Store Shows live Rabbit— An Easter window at Zumach's rocery, made by C. L. Hansen, is attracting attention. A white live bunnie is the center of interest. lets Sioux City Job^Gusta Haag is now employed in he beauty parlor in a department ''tore in Sioux City. Other Whittemore News. The William Vaudts, Lu Verne pent Sunday with local relative's' the Nick Goeders family, Cylinder pent Saturday with Mrs. Goeders' ister, Mrs. Thomas Carmody. The Maurice Mallorys spent Sunday yith relatives at Jolley. Gertrude lehnke, Chicago, daughter of Mr nd Mrs. H. W. Behnke, visited ier parents over Sunday. Lucille ietaiers, Cedar Falls student, spent .aster with her parents. Mr. and lrs. William Reimers. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Bailey nd son Leslie, and Mrs. Vernon tueckers, and the Noah Riesners, Lotts Creek; the Henry Wichten- lahls, Garfield township, and Esther Siems, Swea City teacher. •Mrs. Nick Looft and son, of Armstrong, came last week Wednesday to visit at George Meyer's, were accompanied back to They Armstrong by Mrs. Louise Nissen, who stays at the Meyer home. Mrs. Nissen is the mother of'Mrs. Looft and Mrs. Meyer. The George Meyers and Mrs. Herman Voight drove to Cylinder last week Tuesday to help Mrs. Erwin Bruhn paper. Mrs. E. Bruhn was formerly Doris Meyer. Verda Meyer stayed for an extended visit, and Lydia Meyer visited with E. Bruhn's Sunday. Mrs. Nick Reding and daughter Mary Jane attended a miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon for Clara Thul, St. Joe, who will be narried this week Tuesday to Sylvester Wegener, brother of Mrs. Reding. The Redings will attend. Helen' IFarrell, Forest City, laughter of Mrs. Nell Farrell, was at home for Easter; also Martin Wagner, son of Mrs. Fred Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Meurer, of Plo- er, visited Mr. Meurer'a mother, Mrs. Joseph Meurer. Eunice, daughter of Mrs. Anna Oappa, of Madella, Minn., returnei •last week. Her mother, Mrs. Anni Oappa. la visiting her mother am other relatives and friends here Eunice had been employed in the Kathryn Haa'g Cafe. Teachers who attended a 'Lutheran teacher's conference at Oer- mantown are: Wm. Schm'iel, Lotts Creek; H. W. Behnke and P. . L Jessen, Whittemore; R. Rehmer Fenton; and Frank Behnke, Webster City. The Christ Meyers entertained at 6:30 dinner Friday the Rev, and Mrs. Walter DUscher and Norman, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Jessen and Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behnke, and the Arthur Heidenwith family. Lloyd Roth, son of Mrs. Simon Roth, Iowa City student, is home for Easter vacation. <3ertrude Farrell, daughter of the Frank Farrells, a student nurse at Rochester, Minn., was home for Easter. Frank Behnke, Webster City teacher, came Monday to visit his parents, Behnke. Mr. and Mrs. Albert He was accompanied by Warren Fleischer, Webster City. They went hack Tuesday. Mrs. Otto Wernli, Le Mars, and :ier sons Jiminie a.nd Allen left rriday for home. They had spent two weeks with Mrs. Wernli's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hohn, and hrother, Otto Hohn. Mrs. Herman Fandel and her baby were brought home Friday in an ambulance from Iowa City, where Mrs. Fandel had been seven weeks. The baby has been named Patricia Ann. • "Bird"-Fish went to Iowa City, where he entered the hospital for treatment. Some time ago he suffered an injury to hia Jaw bone, which so far has failed to yield to treatment. Ruth, daughter of Supervisor and Mrs. F. J. Balgeman, spent Easter with her parents. She teaches at Sheffield, and was taken .back fey Oscar Schattschneider. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker enter- evening Whitte- tained at dinner Sunday Lillian • Heidenwith, •THURSDAY. AP PTT more, and the Roy BJustfoms, Algona. Hilda, daughter of the. M. F. Helmkes, la home till graduation time in June. She has been taking nurse's training in Chicago. Mrs. NeHle Van Allen, Algona, son Harold, and daughter Mary Elizabeth were Sunday visitors at James O'Brien's. Academy and high school seniors have started practice on the annual senior plays, both to be presented soon. Mildred (Lindstrom, public school grade teacher, spent Sunday with ler parents at Albert City. The little daughter of Mr. and tfrs. Ralph Relmers and Mrs. Tom Kelly have been sick. Sixty young folks were entertaln- d Tuesday evening at Ruth Rich's, north of Algona. Sunday dlnne^'gu^u ^"^i Creerya at Fonda 8 at '• * Elmer Ostwuld £ rr Spencer shopped The Ray Olivers, M ' '„ were here over Sunday" w Supervisor Jlns Wesley, Apr. 18 mark lost a -broodor- day evening. ANNOUNCEMENT It is a pleasure to announce the 'appointment of H. N. KRUSE Stt I'honc 125 As our representative for'Algona and 'vicinity f or Loans of $3OO or Less Mr. Kruse will make every eJfort to further tho ibusiness relations we now enjoy with our many ers in this vicinity. See Mr. Kruse now It In n 121 State St. Read our advertisement elsewhere In this Issue. Federal Finance Co. Des Molnes. Screens CALL 753 Geo. L. & D. E. Miller Co. Manufacturers and Dealers MILLWORK—PLUMBING AND HEATING EITHER NEW —ORr- BEPAIEED Call us for SPEEDY SERVICE .sister, had spent six weeks here. j. La ke, a week ago Sunday "and "stop" The Progressive Rook club met ped en route £ at Leo Delast week Tuesday evening at Mr. niuth's Mil.ford ' ' and Mrs. Jesse Lindebak's home, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Zentnerwon *he family prize. in play. Mrs waiter „,., and her son Mrs. A. J. Eason, with Mrs. P. V. Janse, Algona, drove to 'Des Moines Four tables were cent visitors at John also visited the Harvey ^Saturday to mother, Mrs. take Mrs. Janse's Mason, 'that far on !her way home to Fort Madison. •Mrs. Elwin Huber and her daughter came one day last week to_see the former's father at H. C. The Hubers live at Peter- Allen's. •8011. Jennie Kennedy and Frances and Martha Kabele, with Barbara Jane Moseley, all of Goldfield, visited (Friday at Irvin Chapman's. Teacher and the Lutheran spent Sunday with the parents at Fairmont. The Charles Wolfs, Mrs. Barbara 'SLothringor, and Herbert Lotlirin- and Johnsons and the George Lees, Algona. Mrs. Darringer is a sister of Mrs. Rich. This was her first visit here In eight years. On the way home they spent a night at Clear Lake with an aunt. Mrs. Frank Miller, son Lyle, Mrs. George Miller, and the latter's son, all of Claremont, Minn., visited at Albert Walker's last week Tuesday. Leona Walker went to Harvey Rath's for a few days last week Tuesday. ,. _ „ .. „, Mr - an<1 Mrs. Mart Elmore, and Mrs. E. Zeitz, of Mrs. Lauritzen spent last week parochial school, I Tuesday at Blue Earth, guests of ith ti 10 former's | the Oliver Elmores. Mart and Oliver are brothers, and Oliver farmed some years ago on the old Sayers Specials at the CouncilOak Med. brown sugar, 2 Ibs. spent Sunday at Martin Lothringer's, Moorland. The Rev. Max Friedrich, Hum- fooldt, preached at German festival services at the Lutheran church *Monday morning, Mrs. Charles Boyle, and Marjorie 3Lee spent last week with Mrs. Boyce's mother, Mrs. Harry Von Draska. The Edw. Kunz family, former place in this neighborhood. Mich. Navy Beans, 3 Ib. bag Superb Mustard, 15 oz. jar L St. Benedict Mr. and Mrs. George Arndorfer are parents of a 7-lb. girl, bom Friday. They now have three girls and a boy. Amelia Arndorfer is caring for mother and baby. Marshmallows, Sugar, puff, pound bag visited friends here Sunday. Betty Holdcroft, of Morningside -college, spent the Easter vacation at the Methodist parsonage. Mrs. Etta Volz has visited several days with her sister, Mrs. August Romer, Algona. Forty-five Epworth Leaguers had a rook party Jast week Wednesday evening at Earl Neal's. oVf,"'i I ,'' V !". Ch , a ' )1 " an aecoi »'i )a «'ed Vivian's mother, Goldtield friends to Des Moines I Stenhenson last week Wednesday. • ' and night at William Arndorfer's. The Emil F. Arndorfers and Adelhaid Eisenbarth spent Easter Sunday with the Isadore Eisen- barths. Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer and her mother, Mrs. Anna Huschka, were also there in the afternoon. Louise Huschka and Vivian Stephenson, Algona, went to Chicago Friday night for Easter with Mrs. Frances The Clyde Conners and Frances Friday. the week-end Kate Skinner, Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson spent Easter at the Broadie home at Granger. The R. F. Snyders were weekend guests of relatives near Iowa Falls. Partridge spent Easter her parents at Owatonna, Fire burned a hole in the roof at Sat.,, . - i •-• -—"»-i**tiJn- AWOCJIIIIC: y CL , with her daughter,! unlay afternoon. The fire started by a spark from the chim- Mr. and Mrs. George Simons entertained at dinner Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Nick Arndorfer, Mrs. Mary Simons and her family Leo Ludwig, and Alfrieda Arndorfer. The pupils of the parochial school had an Easter vacation last Thursday, Friday, and Monday. Pairco Peas, Jumbo Sweets, No. 2 can Pork and Beans, 3 large No. 2 1-2 cans _. Cocoa, W. Bakers, S oz. can Black Pepper, 1-2 pound can Toilet Paper, Superb brand, 3 large rolls _. Wax Paper, 2 family rolls . Soap, White Laundry, 10 bars for __. lie IQc lOc 15c lOc 25c lOc 17c 25c 5c Bro wnelTs Shoe Sale ..REORGANIZATION,, New operating plans and the dissolution of partnership demand that we close out our present Istock within as short time as possible. This is not the usual offering of special goods. Every pair of shoes in our entire stock is being offered at bargain prices ••t [ Men's Shoes H i and Oxfords : There is no easier way to save : than on a pair of these quality : shoes and oxfords at these ^j close-out prices. 1 $1.98 to $3.45 ——i | Made by Copelaiid Ryder. ! $5.95 to $6.65 Women's Ties Straps & Pumps The season's newest styles and as you like 'em. All go at this bargain price. | FOOTWEAR FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN Women's Comfort Slippers | $1.39 to $2.05 = Made for comfort and service. Women's styles Extra Special 250 pairs of'extra good styles and quality footwear in ties straps, and pumps. $2.95 Every pair a real bargain. OSLY Bulk Dates, 2 Ibs 19c 15c THE CHANGES CONTEMPLATED DEMANDS US TO OFFER OUR IS AA T T» Tinsrpuv •• ^^ JKlf Low price and long wear. Men's Work Shoes Quality that tells. $1.98 to $2.95 ^•^•••w STOCK Children's Footwear Built for long year—priced for quick sale. 98c to $2.45 =j= SHOES AND HOSIERY ALGONA, IOWA

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