Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 4, 1933
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PAGE TWO KOS8PTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA POWDERED SILK... Quickly removes oil, paint, grease, stains, printers'ink, ground- in dirt, etc, from the hands. r CLEANS BATH TUBS, 1 I WASH BOWLS BET- I LTER AND QUICKER. J FOR SALE BY MOST DEALERS 35 FROM L, R, TAKE PART IN MUSIC FEST NOTICE to the people of Algona Pure Guernsey Milk and Cream Milk, per quart Sc •Cream, per 1-2 pint Sc All residence deliveries made before 7 a. m. Woodside Dairy LOREX BROWN Phone 3P31 For Service HOUSECLEANING TIME! BUGS CURTAINS DRAPERIES Cleaned and delivered promptly. Ask us about Fur Storage Prompt service, good work. Modern DRY CLEANERS Phone 537. We call for and deliver. ELEPHONE Lone Rock, May 2—A music fes at Algona Saturday was well a1 tended by Lone Rockers. Stu dents from here who took part i girls' and boys' glee club events a mixed chorus and a Junior hig chorus were: Berneyce and Imo gene 'Roderick, Dorothy and Eve lyn Bierstedt, Viola and June Bier le, Irene Whitford, Margaret Glad stone, Colla Jane Hollister, Murie Long, Margaret Householder, Sar Whitehill, Merle Ackerson, Lucill Nelson, Glenn Householder, Rober Schm'idt, Harold Gross, Mainer Genrich, 'Roy Leeper, George Long Lawrence Rath, Jack Tibetts Verne Dacken, Philip Reilly, Rus sell Bierle, Vernon Hollister, Jean ette Whitney, Robert Gladstone Jesse Blanchard Jr,, Lola iFrye Grace Newbrough, Shirley Marlow Pearl Wiener, Luella Schmidt, and Marian Jensen. Juanita Dunn i music teacher. Lone Rocker on College Nine— 'Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and Mrs. N. L. Cotton drove to Ames last Thursday to attend ball games that day and Friday between I. S T. C., Cedar Falls, and State college teams. Donald Blanchard, son o the Bianchards, played on the State Teachers team. The Lone Rockers also visited Mrs. Cotton's daughter Mrs. Harley Shellito, and the Paa Williams family. Donald came home with his parents for the week-end, and Vera iMorris, student at Ames, accompanied them. March High Cream Checks— The ten highest cream checks Issued by the creamery for last month went to: Robert Schmidt ?97.24. E. C. Bierstedt, $91; R. T. Angus, $79.58; W. C. Heiter, $68.83; H. W. Hobson, $68.78; iLemuel Marlow, $60.15; C. M. Gross, $60.11; I. W. Nelson, $69.77; W. H. Hacak, $51.32; and H. H. Marlow, $49.61. Spruce Trees Received Jlere— Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton received 450 Norway Spruce trees last week Monday. They are cooperating with the State college and the county Farm Bureau in a shel- :er belt project. The college for- ietry department supplies the trees out to persons who qualify for hem. A carpenter with little work solicited jobs by telephone. In six weeks through telephone calls he got work which made him #238. A telephone helps get work, gives protection, saves trips and money. It costs only a few cents a day. Inylet for Mito Society— The Mite society met last Thursday at Mrs. Glenn Sharp's, Mrs. G. \. Sharp hostess. A playlet, She ouldn't Stay a Minute, was given by Mrs. Ethel Benjamin and Mrs. A. Krueger. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Laurence Ditmer. 'astor Gladstone to Presbytery— The Rev. S. M. Gladstone attended the 53rd annual meeting of the Fort Dodge iPresbyterial society for missions and the 77th annual spring meeting of the Fort Dodge Presbytery at Rockwell City last week Tuesday and Wednesday. Junior-Senior Banquet Tonight— The annual junior-senior banquet will be given this week Thursday night. The committees in charge have planned an old-fashioned flower garden as the central theme. Members of the high school faculty will be guests. Hospital Patient is Home— Rudolph Fischer, who recently underwent an operation for ruptured appendix at the Algona hospital, was brought home last week Tuesday and is being cared for at Glen Sharp's. Fenton >'ine Comes Tomorrow— The Fenton ball team will play here this week Friday afternoon. The Ira Newbroughs and the A. D. Newbroughs visited relatives at Humboldt Sunday. Irvington F. B. Women Hear a Garden Expert Irvington, May 2—Farm Bureau women in this district will meet at Mrs. .Fred Gelgel's this week Wednesday, and a Mr. Holsinger, garden specialist from Ames, will be present. Women attending are to take notebook and pencil, also puzzling garden questions. All are to take lunch, and their own dishes, coffee, etc. Mr. Holsinger gave a lesson on gardening at Emma Gutknecht's, 'Ledyard, Monday, and Tuesday he was at John Jongberg's, Swea City. This week Thursday he will be at Alfred Godfredson's in Portland township. Letter Tells of Kitchen Blaze— Mrs. Jesse Baker, Shelton, Wash., writes that the Baker house -recently caught fire, but tbe blaze was extinguished without much damage except in the kitchen. The Bakers and neighbors got the fire under control by using a water system the Bakers had installed for onvenience in their dairy work. Mrs. Baker says they were quietly eating dinner when a neighbor reported their kitchen ablaze. The fire is believed to have started when a spark from the chimney Ignited dry moss on the roof. Attend Funeral of Baby- Mrs. Arthur Riley, Mrs. Seward Thornton, and Mrs. Douglas 'Riley attended funeral services for the nfant son of Mr. and Mrs. -Roy licklin, near Woden, last week Monday. The baby was born Thursday, April 20, and died of convulsions the following Sunday. Jurial was made at Swea City. Urs. Hicklin is a daughter of the ate Mrs. Ida Riley and of John Riley, who lives here. Mrs. Mabel Potter Honored— son, Lewis, who was celebratirt :his 16th birthday. Guests wer Stanley and Paul Egel, Rollan Thornton, Wesley Lee, Robert San key, Gerald Frankl, Ira Hudson Paul Watson, and Jack Lyons. Scheppnmns Are 25 Years Wed— The Edwin Gades, West Bend Samuel Reaper with their sor Mrs. Mabel Potter, of Spencer, who had been with the O. L. Milers several days, motored to 'Des Moines one day last week to attend i 'Royal Neighbors state conven- ion. She was elected delegate to a supreme convention at Detroit ~une 12. Mrs. Potter is field dep- ty of the Royal Neighbors. This week Monday she went to Hartley o attend a meeting. Schepproon is 15; Party — Mrs. Henry Scheppman enter- ained at a party last week Tues- ay evening in honor of her second and the Ben Schmidts, of Fenton helped Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schepp man celebrate their silver weddin last week Wednesday. Mrs. Gad and Mrs. Schmidt are daughters o Mr. and Mrs. Scheppman. Other Irvington News. The Aid met last Thursday at th church Annex. The afternoon -wa spent at sewing carpet rags. Host esses were Mrs. William OBoldrldg and Mrs. Vern Barker. Plans fo the coming months were discussec Mr. and Mrs. who had been Charles several weeks, returned t their home here Saturday. Jame Ditsworth, Algona, is spending few days with them. Mrs. Charles Winandy, Chicago and two children, Charles Jr. anc Joan Margaret, arrived Sunday fo a few weeks with Mrs. Winandy': parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Simon Mrs. Theo. Bierstedt, of Fenton sister of Mrs. Andrew Funk here underwent an. operation at the General hospital one day last week and is reported recovering. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on "A Business Man's Experience." Members of the congre^ gation are to read the 14th chapter of St. John this week. Mrs. August Robison and her daughter Joanne Marie recently spent a few days with Mrs. Robison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lohse, near Burt. Mrs. Jos. Wilhelmi, Bancroft, and her three children came last week Wednesday to visit Mrs. Wilhelml'_ mother, Mrs. V. J. Schichtl, going home Monday. M. L. Roney came home Monday from the Kossuth hospital, where he took treatment for poisoning in the face. Charles Egel received word Monday of the recent death of a sister- in-law, Mrs. Henry Egel, Davenport. Marvel .Dole celebrated her 13th birthday Friday by entertaining a large number of friends at a party. Farmer Gets Ames Trees— Geo. C. Hanna drove to Ames last week Monday to get a load of trees from the forestry department at Iowa State college. Hours at Church Changed— Beginning next Sunday the Sun day school hour at the local church will open at 10:30, with church services at 11:30. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Clnss Picture is Taken— The Seniors had their pictures taken at Algona Friday. Other Lone Bock. The Otis Sanders family were among Sunday guests of Mrs. Sanders' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claus Helmke, Renwick, where dinner was served in honor of the birth days of Doris Sanders, Mrs. Helm ke, and R. N. Goetsch. Dale Carpenter, Rockford, 111. who had been visiting relatives here for some time, went home Monday, and Hulda Worthington accompanied him to her sister Mrs Harley Olson's, Minooka, 111. Dr. D. G. Hoxie, 'Hampton, and Judge J. Y. Luke, Ames, spent the week-end at H. J. Rice's. Doctor Hoxie is a brother of Mrs. Rice and Judge Luke a brother-in-law. Mrs. Mary Kelly, Omaha, and Mr and Mrs. Brown, Emmetsburg, were visitors Friday at the Supervisor Charles Morris home. Mrs. Kelly is a sister of Mr. Morris. J. W. Hight, Mason City district manager for the Northwestern Bell Telephone company, called on the local telephone manager, H. J Rice, last week Tuesday. Mrs. Jay Godden and her daughter Esther were at Burt last week Wednesday while an operation was being performed on Mrs. Godden's niece, Doris Godden. The Christian Endeavor met Monday evening instead of Sunday evening at the church. Following the meeting there was a party. X. L. Cotton drove to Ames Sunday, and Mrs. Cotton, who hart been visiting the daughter, Mrs. Harley Shellito, came home with him. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Johnson, of -Manly, visited the Watson Shicks last week AVednesday. They are related to Mrs. Shick. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Meyer and William Krause, Dakota City, were Sunday guests at the local Krause hmnc. oriince Householder and Harriett Fish spent the week-end with Miss Fish's more. parents at Whitte- Bert Godden is helping with farm work at Fred Swan's. WHITTEMORE PUPILS PLAN CLASS PLAY Whittemore, May 2—The public chool Junior-Senior class play, ; Happened in June, is to be iven next week Wednesday even- ng at 8 o'clock, at Presentation cademy. The characters are: etty Branson, young owner of hady Grove store, Grace Carlisle; usie Crundel, Betty's 'friend and eighbor, Francis Reed; Nell Crun- ell, Susie's 16-year-old sister, Rosla Voight; Mollle Jessup, cook, ernice Balgeman; Evaline croggs, homeliest girl in village, Verdell Lauritzen; Charles Atkins, a young visitor, Edwin Mallory; Randy Stewart, his friend, Harold Wagner; Jim p.ritchett, nothing to do, Albert Voight; Parvis Sneed, meanest man in county, Lester Quinn. Admission charge is 10 and 25 cents. The mixed chorus will sing a few selections. H. S. Girls Entertain Mothers— The high school home economics class entertained the mothers and the faculty at 6:30 dinner last week Wednesday evening at the schoolhouse. Fourteen persons were served, and waitresses were Alvera Behnke, lola Barber, Mathilda Wagner, and June Wehrspan. Miss Lynch is teacher. The guests were Supt. and Mrs. F. J. Rochford, son Tommy, Misses Sammin, Emanuel, and Linstrom, teachers, and Mesdames Herman Voight, Arthur Heidenwith, JB. A. Behnke, G. W. Wehrspan, Elmo Barber, August Vaudt, and Fred Wagner. Surprise Wedding; Announced— At a party Sunday evening at Henry Kuecker's the marriage of their son Erwin to Arlene Sunding, of Ames, was announced. They were married March 25 in South Dakota. Mrs. Kuecker taught "'L w school southeast of Whittemore t. Thursday evening in the Schmidt 'building next east of the postoffice, and a large crowd attended. There was also a -well-attended dance at the Academy hall Friday evening. Ray Olivers to Return— Ray Oliver has taken the tank wagon agency for the Rural Service Oil company here. The Olivers were at Algona, but moved to Mason City, whence they -will return to Whittemore. Birthday Is Honored— Friends were entertained Sunday evening at Henry Kuecker's for Lillian's 16th birthday. Games and cards were played. Other Whittemore News. Mrs. Louise Nissen returned Monday afternoon from Armstrong where she had visited two weeks at Nick Looft's. She was accompanied by her nephew, Howard, who returned Monday. Mrs. Nissen stays with her daughter, Mrs. George Meyers. The Harry Hargreaves, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carmody, Whittemore, were Sunday visitors at Cylinder at Edmund Carmody's. Edmund and Mrs. H. Hargreaves are son and daughter of the Thomas Carmodys. The Herman Haacks, of Fenton, visited Thursday with Mrs. Haack's sister, Mrs. Henry Wichtendahl, south of town. Mr. Haack, who fell from a 30-ft. silo, now uses only one crutch. Paul Oahlhauser and his sister, Mrs. Tony Waechter, of Gilmore City, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thull, Whittemore, drove to Lawler Sunday to visit their sister, Sister Presentation. The Carl (Eberts entertained the Henry Neumanns and Ernest Neumann and daughter Dorothy, Al- 1500 ATT . DAHL Fl END NERAL AT 8WEA CITY gona. Sunday. Ebert's father, brother. Ernest is Mrs. and Herman a The Rev. John Hyland, of Whittemore, and his 'brother, Father William Hyland, of Cherokee, returned from Missouri Friday, after a few days visiting a former class- Whittemore last year and was formerly employed 'at Graham's store, Algona, Hear Choir at Fort Dodge— The ,Rev and Mrs. Walter Dlsch- er and son Norman, and Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Jessen and son Ralph, drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to hear St. Olaf's choir sing at the high school auditorium. The Rev. Mr. Discher's sisters, Esther and Olga Discher, of Wall Lake, also drove to Fort Dodge. Birthday Surprise Given- Mrs Annie Dau, south of town, was surprised Sunday evening on her 50th birthday when 75 relatives and friends brought filled baskets for lunch. Cards were played. Out of town guests were the Art Zin- nells, the Frank and the Louis Jergens, West Bend, and Louis Greinert, of Fairvtlle. Weddljig- I>ate Observed- Mr, and Mrs. William Meyer entertained at a 6:30 dinner Sunday in honor of their 30th wedding anniversary. Guests were the Martin Meyers, Garner; Edward Liebs, Lotts Creek, and Hugo and the Albert Meyers, and the Henry Laucks. Junior Ball Nine Planned— A junior league -ball team will be organized, in addition to a town team. Supt. Rochford will look after the youngsters, with "Fritz" Fish as assistant, and when Mr. Rockford is absent Father Veit will ae in charge. Jertrens Babe is Christened— The Frank Jergens' baby was christened William Frank Sunday at St. Paul's Lutheran church. Sponsors were Mrs. William Dau, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs. Mrs. Jergens was formerly Linda Dau. Two Dances Are Given— On old-time dance was given last Mr. and Mrs. Sorensen, of Walnut, visited Sunday with Mrs. Anna Dau. Mrs. Sorensen was formerly Alma Schroeder. The William Daus, of Algona, were also here. 'Mrs, Martin Nissen and two children, Lloyd and Dorothy, visited last week at George Meyer's. The Nissens recently moved from Emmetsburg to Webster City. Mrs. Leo Sankey, Algona, and Mrs. Fred Wegener and Mrs. Walter Thompson, Lone Rock, were recent guests of their brother Arthur Heidenwith. Ruth Adeline Fleming tap-danced' last Thursday evening at a "fair" at the I. O. O. F. hall, and Imogene Wagner and Margaret Berber did acrobatic atunts. Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Woodward and Editor and Mrs. 'R. (L. Burdine attended a veterinary banquet at Fort Dodge last Thursday evening. Father C. P. Sweeney, formerly of Whittemore, and Father Dailey, both of iFort Dodge, spent Sunday afternoon in Whittemore. Herman Voight, Henry Schultz and Arthur Heidenwith drove to Russell, Minn., last week Tuesday on a business mission. The Y. P. s. Lutheran girls kit- tenball team held its first practice Sunday afternoon at the public school diamond. Mrs. Nick Reding and Mrs. Joseph 'Loeback are sick. Grandma Diedrich, of west of town, is also quite sick. Susie Goeders and brother Leo, and Miss Storm drove to Charles City Friday to visit at Mrs. Edward Gore's. Viola Heller went to Albert Lea Saturday to attend a nurses' alumni banquet. She was to give a talk. A boy has been born to Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Struecker, who have one other child, a girl. George Carmody, local saxophone played, played at a dance at Estherville Saturday. Swea City, May 2—The community ,was shocked Thursday morning about 11 by the death of P. C. Dahl. Mr. Dahl was stricken with heart failure and died in his own yard. He had gone with a workman to Inspect a building for repairs, when he fell, dying instantly. He had been in his usual health, and worked In his shop that morning. Mr. Dahl was a faithful member of the Lutheran church, serving as deacon /and Sunday school teacher for many years. He has also held town offices in the community, serving on the council, school board, etc. ' Funeral services were held in the Lutheran church Sunday morning by the Rev. Mr. Swanson and the Rev. Mr. Carlson, and burial was made in the Harrison cemetery. The funeral was the largest ever held In Swea City, more than 1500 attending. Mr. (Dahl was born in Stude Hemmeshlo • Sogn SJelland Zealand, Denmark, September 30, 1874. In 1882 he came with his parents to America, settling at Pilot Grove in June of that year, moving the same year to East Chain. He learned the blacksmith trade in East ihain from his father. He located iere as blacksmith in 1901, after seing in Armstrong and Ringsted for short periods. In November, 1901, he was married to Anna Christina Neve, and they have lived here their entire married life. His wife and nine children survive: Milton, Algona; Mrs. (Edna Kruse, O'lNelll, Neb.; Frances, Tarvald, Martin, Pearl, Alice, Edith, and Ardys, all ,of Swea City. Two grandchildren, 3 atricia and Joanne, his father, N. Dahl, two sisters, Mrs. J. H. Holcomb, iLakota, and Mrs. Lena "Jhristianson, Fairmont, and a brother, J. W. Dahl, East Chain, also survive. Baptist Groups In Meeting— The Baptist women's mission ;roups met here in the Baptist hurch Friday in all-day session. Vinety women were present and owns represented were Corwith, toldfield, Estherville, Bancroft, .Igona, Waterloo, and Forest City. he usual business was carried on n the morning, and in the after- oon the main speaker was Miss Hazeltlne, a missionary from Burma, India. Miss Hazeltine had one f the women dressed in native In- ian dress. She also had other nave costumes and relics from Inia. In the evening the W. W. G. iris, of Estherville, gave a play, wo Masters, after which Miss 1 Ha- eltine gave the main address of he evening. All of the meetings ere well attended. The local omen served a luncheon at noon nd a 6 o'clock dinner to the uests. enipr Class Play Pleases— High school seniors gave their ass play, They'll Do It Every ime, a three-act comedy Friday vening. Nineteen seniors took part the play. Harry Montgomery as Earl Hill, a grocer; Lucille erg, Mrs. Delia Hill, his wife; mery Berguson, Orville Hill, their youngest son; Kenneth Seylor, Arthur Hill, their older son; Luella Jenson, Camilla Sterling, a young girl; Frances Anderson and Laura Silverton, neighbors; Irene Dourte, Barbara Silverton, Laura's older sister; Merlin Larson, Steve Munson, a young man; Dencil 'Stockman, Geraldine Wright, engaged to Steve; Bernice Smith, Annabelle Johnson, colored girl; Margaret Erickson, Mrs. Irma Fordman, rich young widow. The play was given to a full house. here. Mr. Burdixon was- at one time in partnership with the late P. C. Dahl. The Chas. Keslers attended the funeral of Mrs. Kesler's cousin,, a Miss Thompson, in Elmbre Thursday. , Opal McCrary, Minneapolis, spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. A. McCrary, here. Saturday A. • M. McAntnch formally opened his Purol filling station here. POSTPONED EASTER SERVICE HELD AT GOOD HOPE CHURCH Good Hope, May 2—A postponed Easter service was held a week ago Sunday. Special features were appropriate musical numbers by the choir and the Junior department of the Sunday school. Evelyn Crulk- shank and Edith .Bates made a finished presentation of a play, "Bread of Tears." Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jenkinson and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Steinman were received into membership, and the sacrament of baptism was administered to Marilyn Joyce, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Parr. 71 at Brotherhood Meeting— The sub-district Brotherhood meeting at Good Hope last week Tuesday evening brought out an in- tere'sted group of 70 representatives from Algona, Burt, Wesley, West Bend, and Good Hope. Musical numbers were furnished by Kirby Smith, C. B. Chipman, and Messrs. Fardell and Thaves, Burt.' An address by Supt. L. H. Williams, Belmond, was highly inspirational and held the attention of the audience throughout. The Aid served dinner preceding the program. Oats Seeding is Done— Oats seeding is completed except a few fields. Much of that already planted is up. With this kind of weather, the outlook for a bumper crop is good. Now for corn planting. Alex McArthur was first of our neighbors to get any in so far as we have heard. He finished a field Saturday. Dry Caucus Is Held— A dry caucus at the Good Hope community room last week chose A. R. Cruikshank, precinct chairman, D. C. Gardner, and Fred Plumb, clerks, and the Rev. Allen H. Wood, delegate, to act In the matter of the coming election on repeal of the 18th amendment. Aid Members Plan A group of 14 in the Good Hope L. A. S. is practicing « tolay to be presented soon at the church com- nunity room. It is hoped that it can be put on early next week. Watch window posters. Other Good Hope. The ReV. and Mrs. Allen Wood, accompanied by the Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Clifton, Burt, attended a sub- district meeting of preachers and ;heir wives at Lu Verne Tuesday. The Rev. and Mrs. William Baddo- ey Were hosts. Mrs. C. L. Oittmer was able to je out to church Sunday, the first ;ime in many months, tier presence added to the pleasure and inspiration of the service for other worshippers. Mrs. Lena Morgan, who is with Mrs. William Treptow, has ibeen at Algona and Mason City a few days. John Reid has been sick with a ecurring attack of sciatic rheuma- Ism. » Dog Tears Boy's Arm. Bancroft, May 2—The 12-year- old son of Fred Jensen, Seneca, was bitten by a dog Friday, and his eft arm was badly torn. MAY,. _**&<W John TJlfers, Fenton -nail cut on ono hand' months ago, and ] m , .,„ great trouble from it r " now im P rov^: r0m lntec "°> •Mrs. Heta Brown-Mon.,, derwent a minor op\SH last week at Iowa ', Storm Lake Mesdames Rudy ' Germann, Jos. We y( | Roethler and Luella guests Sunday at n in honor of Justine / Mrs. t,. A. Vlpond announcement of the riage of her S (, t ;;' Collinson, to J. c - - ' Rapids. Mr. and (Mrs. E. c. Des Moines Friday Sunday, accompanied Berneau, who had at Van Meter whose nushi in a Des Moines hospital an operation. Her has been at Van Meter months, caring for a g^, Oil ..Cut Rate Grocery Jig Saw Puzzle Full Color — Inter-locking Over 160 Pieces - Solving Time 3 houri] FREE With each $2 Grocery Order BRICK PUCCOC I/ Pound-in PIMENTO UHttOE 72 Pkg. OC "Busiest Little Store in Town" Three Families In T,he John Gillas are moving to the Springer house in the north part of town. Mrs. Henry Olson is moving to a house on the farm occupied by the Rudy Haardts. She will raise fitch this summer. The Crescos, who have been living in the Haakenson house, are moving out of town, and the Kenneth Bolins will occupy the house. Council Issues Two Permits— Swea City's council was called to special session a week ago Saturday noon, and by a vote of three to two voted class B permits to Martin Berkland and A. J. Christianson, ad by evening legalized beer was being sold in Swea City. This is the first time liquor of this sort has ever been legally sold in Swea City's 40 years existence. Is Nurse Supervisor— •Edna Holcomb, daughter of J. H. Holcomb, has recently taken a position as supervisor of nurses in the former Coleman hospital In Estherville. She took her training in the Iowa Lutheran hospital in 'Des Moines and has for some time been on the staff there. The Coleman hospital has recently been reorganized. New Born Son Passes— A son, Ronald Le Roy, was born to Mr.-and Mrs. Laurence Saxton Saturday morning, but lived but a few hours. Funeral services were held at the grave Sunday afternoon by the Rev. Mr. McDowell, and burial was made in Harrison cemetery. Howard Plcht Loses Sister— The Howard Pichts Friday received word of the death of Mr Picht's sister, Mrs. Ethel Newhouse, of Ames. Funeral services were held Sunday at the home in Ames. The Pichts drove down Sunday. Other Swea City. Fifteen from here attended the Federated club meeting at Lakota last week Tuesday. The Thursday club and W. C. T. U. assisted the Acorn club and Priscilla club as hostesses. A good program was given. The Rev. and Mrs. Heddle, with their daughter Nancy, were calling on friends here last week The Heddles, who formerly lived here are now stationed at Thompson Florence Looft is somewhat improved. OUR OPENING Spring Sale Prlcesl money. ^••^MB^^M POCKET KNIVES— 1 large, .1 punch Heavy 3-blade. 1 spay blade ___ FLOOR WAX— 1 lb. can. High grade, regular 50c ____ FORK HANDLES— Strap ferrule. 4 ft, 3 and 4 tine good quality GALVANIZED WATER With lip for easy pour. 10 qt ------------- i 2c 12 qt -------------- 14c PLIERS— 6 inch. 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