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PAGE TWO HOLTZBAUER TIN SHOP PLUMBING, HEATING SHEET METAL Our repair stock makes possible a complete repair o alteration Job, 117 S. Dodge St. Phone 83. COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA Every mother wants a picture record of her baby, and the sooner it begins the more precious it will be. Make an appointment for your baby's picture today. Brown — Special Baby Photographer Peterson's Studio Equitable Life Insurance Co. of Iowa *—takes pleasure in the an nouncement that E. j. WILSON has been appointed to repre sent the company as districr agent in Kossuth. Officing with Algona Insurance Agency. A. farm boy caught his hand in a cog wheel of a corn binder. Hig mother ran to the house and telephoned a neighbor, who came quickly and released him. Later the doctor said that if they had not had a telephone to get help quickly the boy probably would have loet hia hand.* In an emergency a single call may save enough to pay the cost of your telephone for many years—even for a lifetime. «Y*>KKI«NC:B US BY A CARL HANS WESLEY, GET-TOG ENS, IAVE THER Wesley, Sept. 12 — A gatherin was held at Carl Hansen's Sunday attended by the families of three o their children, Raymond Hanse: and Mrs. Gordon C. Giddings, We's ley, Howard Hansen, Clear Lake and by Mrs. Hansen's brother Stanley Conklin, Webster City whose wife and daughter Abbi came with him. The Conklins wer accompanied on their return tri by Mrs. Mary Stevens, sister of Mr Conklin and Mrs. Carl Hansen. A the end of this week, Mrs. Steven will go to Chicago to attend th fair and visit her niece, {Ruth Conk lin, a nurse. She will return t her home, with her daughter, Santa Ana, Calif., by way of Mag nolia, Ark., where she used to live Cong'ls to Have Union Service— The Ole Floms, the Marion Paul sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Jorge iSkow were among local Congrega tionalists who attended the count Sunday school convention at Lori' Rock Monday. Wesley members at tended all-day Harvest Home ser vices at Upper Flat Sunday, and n services were held here. Union ser vices for the three churches will b held at iBritt next Sunday evening the pastor, the 'Rev. R. Bernsten, in charge. School Teaches Typewriting— A new subject, typewriting, ha been added to the high schoo course this year; Miss Packard, in structor. Fourteen have enrolled The orchestra consists of 14 mem bers. Enar Franzen and-darenc DeBoer, who were graduated las year, and also Joseph Skow, wil belong. Twenty-four girls and 2! boys are trying out for the Glei clubs. Miss [Looft's Home Econom ics class has begun canning. Two Patients Are Improving— Kate Schiltz, Mrs. Susie Gray's sistef, who has been sick many months, has now recovered suffi ciently to be about most of • the time. Mrs. Hans Hansen, who is slowly recovering from typhoid fe ver, was able to sit up an hour am a half on Saturday. Three Sportsmen Go Fishing— These Wesley men 'started Mon day for a week's fishing trip in northern Minnesota, with no defi nite destination in view: Clarence and William Ward, Simon ant George Hirner, Henry Schore, John Youngwirth, Oliver Young, and Sam Striley. Mrs, Benton to Clinic- Mrs. Wallace Benton, who help manage her husband's cafe in eas Wesley, went to Minneapolis las week, to go through the clinic in the state university hospital, when her daughter Erma D. is a nurse. Legion Auxiliary Meets Tonight— The Legion auxiliary will hold i meeting this week Thursday even ing, with Mrs. R. C. Bauer as hostess. Plans for the Legion day atand will be completed, and el»c- tion of officers held. Goetz Baby is Baptized— The infant daughter of Mr. am 1 Mrs. Mike Goetz was baptized at St Joseph's church Sunday, and nam ed Shirley Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goetz were sponsors. S. S. Board to Elect— The Methodist ?S/mday schoo board will meet 'with the superintendent, Mrs. Fred Seefeld, Monday evening, and hold election of offi cers and teachers. Case of Intestinal Flu— (Ralph Flehler, assistant at the Wesley Farmers' creamery, has been sick several days with intestinal flu. Other "Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Giddings, o: Burt, their daughters Zola and Zita, and Mrs. Fred iRingsdorf, alse Burt, visited their father am grandfather, W. P. Giddings, at the A. E. Giddings home Sunday. They report that Mrs. Frank Barsalou wife of the Congregational pastor at Maquoketa, was confined to Kossuth hospital, Algona, ten days following a fall from the porch a' her brother, Fred Ringsdorf's residence during a recent visit. Mrs. F. A. Bonnstetter, wife ol our veterinarian, left Friday for Chicago. She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Leery, of Chicago who liad visited here a week. Besides visiting her sister, Mrs. Bonnstetter will attend the Century of Progress exposition. Mrs. John Ormsby is looking after the house during Mrs. Bonnstetter's absence. Mrs. Mary Goetz and her daughter Dorothy left for Chicago Sunday to attemj the world's fair lara Amesbury, Carroll, niece of John Amesbury, here, accompanied a party of Algona young women to Ihicago Saturday night. The Misses Susie Pfiffner and Minnie Frimml expect to go n,ext Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kunz took heir daughter, Ivyl Marie, back to St. Paul Sunday. She came three weeks ago to visit her parents, and the group spent a part of the time attending the Chicago fair and vis- ting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Theron Hansen and heir little daughter were expected home Monday, after a week's ab- aence. Mr. and Mrs. Hansen at- encled the Chicago fair, but left 3arol Norma with Mrs. Hansen's n other at Washington, Iowa. The C. D. of A.'s held a card par- y at St. Joseph's hall Sunday veniijg. Prize winners in "500" vere August Siemer, high, Leander iemer low; in bridge, Louine :unz, high, Louis Goetz, low. Leila Wester returned Monday to .mes, following a week's visit with er parents. Margaret Otis. Vinon, spent the week-end with her i other. The Rev. I. C. McNulty, Methodist lastor, went to Lone Rock Monday o attend the county Sunday school onvention. He is one of the peakers. Mrs. Earl Ranck, Rockledge, Fla., eft for home last week Tuesday, aving visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Felt, several weeks. Helen Franzen and Mary Lorenz. 933 high school graduates, entered unior college at Britt last week. St. Joe Evens Up With St. Ben in Ball Game St. Joe, Sept. 12— The St Joe Cardinals journeyed to St Benedict Sunday and got revenge for a setback suffered earlier this season. The pitching of A. Klein and the consistent hitting of his teammates proved too much lor the St Benedict nine. The final score was St Joe 14 and St (Benedict 4. This game evens up, St Benedict having won the first game,13-3. The battery for St Benedict was E. Immerfall and Floyd Erickson; for 'St. Joe, E. Thul and A. Klein. Umpires were Thomas Becker for St •Joe and Fred Erickson for St Benedict. Next Sunday the Redbirds will go to Livermore to cross bats with the fast Hum-Riters. This promises to be the big game of the season, for both teams are out to win. Wedding Anniversary Observed— A number , of relatives and friends gathered at the Nick Thilges home last week Monday night and •from there drove to James Weydert's to give them a sur- prize on their 16th wedding anniversary. The evening was spent at cards. Mrs. Bernard Devine and Mrs. John Weydert were hostesses. Four to World's Fair- James Thilges, Mrs. William Devine, Margaret Gales, a»d Peggy Gales left Sunday for Chicago to attend the world's fair : and visit relatives there and at Techny. Mission at Livermore Church— A number of 'St. Joe folks attended a Mission at' the Sacred Heart church, Livermore, last week. Thirteen hours Adoration was held Sunday. Other St. Joe. The John Bormanns and the George Bormanns were Sunday visitors at Alex Eischen's, near St. Benedict. The Peter Thilges family were at the Bernard Capesius home in the same neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fuhrman, accompanied by Mrs. Peter Thilges and daughter Mary, Algona, and Catherine Thilges, Le Mars, drove to New Hampton Sunday to visit Sister M. Charlotte. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Brass and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kisch were Sunday visitors at Joseph Meurer's, Wesley. Mrs: Meurer was Josephine Brass. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann Sr. and their son Laurence were Sunday visitors at Matt Bormann's and John Kellner's, hear St. Benedict. Marcella Thill returned to her home near Whittemore Sunday, after several weeks with her grandmother, Mrs. John Fuhrman Sr. George Lenertz, son Alvin, and John Olson, Livermore, have finished painting the barn and corn crib on the John Thul farm. •Clarence Kilberg and two friends from 'Springbrook left Monday for home after several days with friends here. Catherine Thilges, Le Mars, and Marcella Thill spent Saturday with Amelia and Adeline Erpelding. The John Thilges family, West Bend, spent last week Tuesday with Mrs. August Berte. John Kayser returned to Fort Dodge Tuesday, after a short visit here with relatives. .• .. • The William • Hammers spent Sunday 'with the Herbert Benges hear Bradgate. • '•' ' The John Weyderts, near Algona, were Sunday visitors at James Weydert's. •'•• •• : . Harry' Hines left Saturday, for Chicago to attend the world's fair; Mrs. John Fuhrman Sr., was sick last week. KOSSUTH S, S. MEET IS HELD AT LONE ROCK Lone Rock, Sept. 12— The Kossuth Union Presbyterian Sunday school convention was held Monday at the (Lone Rock church. The theme was Christian Education for Christian living. In the morning session the program was: Worship 'period, the Rev. S. H. Aten, (Burt; study group, beginners and primary work, Mrs. Valentine, Burt; young people's work, the Rev. S. M. Gladstone; general demonstration, Walter Mutton; state secretary, Des Moines; annual reports of president and 'secretary; address, Christianity in Action, O. O. Herbrecht, state worker, Des Moines; appointment of committees; announcement and adjournment. A pot-luck dinner was served. The afternoon session consisted of meeting of the committees; worship period, the Rev. I. C. MdNulty, Wesley; study groups, Junior work, the Rev. McDowell, Swea City; young people's work continued, the Rev. S. M. Gladstone; adult work, the Rev. Mr. Frerking, (Lakota; presentation, We Are Agreed, Walter Mutton; ad- BURT'S P.T.A, TO BEGIN NEW YEAR TONIGHT IBurt, Sept. 12—The first P. T. A. meeting of this school year will be held at the schoolhouse this week Thursday evening. The program will consist of a talk on the world's fair by Mrs. J. E. Clifton; a vocal duet by Mrs. J. G. Sewick and Mrs. L. H. Steven; talk on vacation trip by S. J. Fardal; and vocal solo by Mrs. C. E. Hammer.' Look After Decedent's Estate— G. J. F. Vogel, Henry Ewoldt, and the latter's son Henry went to Pine City, Minn., Saturday to look after a farm owned by the late Gottlieb Vogel. Mr. and Mrs. "William Vogel and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Vogel drove up Sunday, and William remained for a few days to help make necessary arrangements. Mr. Ewoldt and his son will remain for several weeks till some permanent arrangement can be made. Dinner Honors 80th Birthday— Sunday was Mrs. Mary Stewart's 80th birthday, and in honor of the event her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Klamp, gave a birthday dinner. The J. O. Isenbergers, N. M. Godfred- sons, and Mrs. Berton Isenberger and son Kenneth, Des Moines, were guests. Patterson Xephew in Visit— Harris Patterson, Billings, Mont., accompanied a train load of sheep which arrived for his uncles, Geo. W. and Chas. Patterson, Friday. He visited his grandmother and other relatives till Saturday, when he left for home. He is a student at the University of Washington. Mrs. Bleich to New Home— The Oscar Andersons, 'New Richland, Minn., and William Anderson, Eau Claire, Wis., came Saturday and took Mrs. Anderson's mother, Grandma Bleich, to New Richland Sunday to live with her daughter in the future. Grandma iBleich is nearly 90. Mrs. Anna Stow Unwell— Mrs. Anna Stow has been spending several days at the home of her son J. P. Stow. Mrs. Stow has not been very well and was not able to be alone, so went to the home of tier son. Raleigh Agent Moves Here^John .Oldham has moved here from Webster City, and is living in Vlrs. Ada Mann's tenant house on Main street. He is Raleigh representative in this territory. Girl Enters Teachers' College— iRaemond Koestler went to Cedar j'alls Sunday to attend the Iowa State Teachers' college. Her brother George took her down. Kally Day Next Sunday — •Next Sunday Rally day will be observed at the Methodist church. A picnic dinner will be served after ;he morning service. rViener Roast Planned Tonight — The Junior League is planning a wiener roast at the river for Thurs- lay evening of this week. Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Kraushaar and heir daughter Jo Ann left Saturday for Waverly, where they were o spend a couple of days with Mr. Kraushaar's mother (before going on to Massachusetts, where Mr. Kraushaar will teach in Smith col- ege. Mrs. 'Kraushaar is O. P. McDonald's daughter. H. C. Clifton, Chicago, and Mrs. )r. Walters and daughter Beverly Lou, Holstein, visited Saturday at he .Rev. J. E. Clifton home. Mrs. Walters had been visiting her jrpther and attending the world's "air and her was taking her back to ter home. The Rev. Mr. Clifton is heir uncle. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Eckbart and wo sons, Spring Valley, Minn., ailed at the f>, F. Slaughter home iuuday morning. The Slaughters ccompanied them to Rodman, where they spent the day with tie n>other, Mrs. Peterson, Mrs. lEckhart arid Mrs. Slaughter are sisters. ••.•:. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Isenberger and Lottie Hawcott left Monday'for Des Moines, where they will visit several days at the Berton Isenberger home Mrs. Berton Isehberger and son : Kenneth, who have been here a couple of weeks, went (back home with them. • Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney left Sunday for Prescott, Wis., where they are visiting Mrs. Heaney*s mother and other relatives. They were also to visit the Twin Cities. Mr. Heaney is cashier of the Burt Savings bank. Clarence Schrader went to Cedar Falls Monday, where he will resume his work at -Iow_a State Teachers college. He will be a Junior. He accompanied iDr, J. G. Clapsaddle, who went to Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hodgson, and daughter Esther, and • Irene Aten drove to Waterolo Friday to get Ruth Hodgson, who had been visiting the world's fair and returned with friends as far as Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Quenton Carey brought Mrs. Carey's mother, Mrs. F. E. Rubey, home Sunday. Mrs. Rubey had been at Coin, where she had been called by the serious illness of a brother. E. 0. Chipman went to Garner Sunday to get his daughter Vera, who had been spending a few days with her aunt. Mrs. M. M. Chipman and daughter, Jo Ann, accompanied him also. ' Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gaston, and Mrs. Clara Olson visited relatives at Ft. Dodge Sunday. Their aunt, Helen Meinzer, returned with them for a visit here. The J. G. dress, The Compelling Motive in Christian Education, the Rev. R Bernsten, Britt; adjournment. Beulah Gladstone to Coe— Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger took Mrs. Krueger's sister, Beulah Gladstone, to Cedar Rapids Friday to enter Coe college for her sophomore year. Lawrence Peterson, of Ringsted, accompanied them and is also attending college there. The Kruegers returned Saturday. Attend. Graettinger Celebration— .Those from here attending the Labor day . celebration at Graettinger a week ago Monday were the Frank Flaigs, Imogene Roderick and the E. M. Jensens. Mrs. Jensen's mother, Mrs. H. N. Osher, returned with them for a two weeks visit. Two to Teachers College—Ersel Blanchard, sister, Mrs John Flynn, and two children, took their brothers Donald and Gordon Blanchard to Cedar .Rails Monday and both entered state teacher's college as senior and sophomore respectively. Hand Injured on Brooder — Alex Krueger is suffering with an injured left hand this week, re- .ceived in a mishap while working on his brooder house Saturday. A nail on one finger was completely torn off. Pearl Hanna to N. Y.— tPearl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George C. Hanna, returned to New York City Friday to resume teaching in the public schools. Athlete Conference Held— Supt. L. E. Godfrey and Coach V. V. (Frye attended a north Kossuth athletic 'conference at Ledyard Monday evening. Hollister Cousin is Dead— (L. J. Hollister received word Monday morning of the death of (us cousin, Frank E. Wilson, of Lacon, 111. Sewicks spent the week-end at the A. N. Jensen home at Lake Park. The Jensens formerly lived here. Mr. Jensen owned the hardware here several years. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Isenberger and Mrs. Berton Isenberger and son Kenneth visited at the Ray Isenberger home at Decorah from Thursday to Saturday. The Aid meets this week Wednesday at the church, Mrs. H. S'. Van Vranken and Mrs. A. G. Volentine, hostesses. There will be election of officers. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gaston, Phoenix, Ariz., are visiting at Meinzer's. Mrs. Gaston is a sister of Mrs, Clara Olson and Myron Meinzer. Or. and Mrs. H. S. Van Vranken attended a picnic Sunday of the North Central Iowa Veterinary association at Clear iLake. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bleicn went to Spring Valley, Minn., last week Tuesday to spend a week with their son Albert and family. The W. J. Lockwoods spent the week-end with Mrs. Lockwood's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hoffman, Renwick. 'Lois Mann is staying with her aunt, Mrs. W. A. Wegner, at Decorah and attending high school there this year. Mrs. H. W. Manus and daughters Katherine and Mrs. Lillian Sigler visited at the Charles Morris home at Lone Rock. The Paul Krugers, Leonard Dra- gers, and Ralph Stewards were Sunday dinner guests at Emil Leeck's. The Methodist W. H. M. S. meets Saturday at Mrs. F. iL. Ryerson's; Mrs. H. W. Manus, assisting hostess. The Fortnightly club meets this week Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. J. E. Thoreson as hostess. The A. C. iBierstedts have moved to the Lewis iLarsen house from the Fred Ringsdorf house. The Rev. J. E. Clifton and son Bruce made a business trip to Minneapolis Monday. Ben Sheldon, Condee, S. D., arrived Saturday for a visit with Burt relatives. The Birthday Circle will meet Thursday afternoon at Mrs. W. A. Ladendorff's. Swea City Potato Center This Year Swea City, Sept. 12—Swea City seems to be a potato center this year. A dozen carloads have already been shipped from here. The crop averageed 200 bushels to the acre, and is sold from 75c to 90c a bushel. About 20 carloads will be shipped before the locaj, wop is e$- Auxiliary Flans Election— The Legion Auxiliary will meet Friday with Mrs. Ralph Thompson. Officers will be elected. Other Lone Bock. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger entertained last Thursday as dinner guests her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Gladstone and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gapp and son Coin, and ILoretta Fendrich, all of Salem, S. D. Friday morning they left for home after making a week's visit at the Rev. Mr. Gladstone's. Mr. and Mrs. P. M.' Christenson were called to Des Moines Friday by the illness of their daughter, Marieta, R, N., who works in a hospital there. She is suffering with an infection in her eye. They returned Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger entertained Sunday evening. Present were the J. M. Blanchards, Mrs. John Flynn and children, of Detroit, Mich., the Jim Ackermans, the Edward Farris family, and the V. V. Fryes. Mrs. L. IE. Godfrey and daughter Bernadine spent last week with her parents, the Henry Steinhil- bers, Truesdale. Supt. Godfrey drove there this week-end, his wife and daughter returning with him, Mrs. Otis Sanders \ accompanied Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Goetsch and the William Helmkes, of Renwick, to the funeral of their cousin, Mrs. August Helmke, in Swea City, a week ago Monday. The Harry Rahns spent Sunday with relatives and friends in Fairmont, Minn. They also took Mrs. Glenn Leeper and children there to visit her mother, Mrs. John Buchan. The C. M. Gross family had as Sunday guests the Matt and Roy Hansen families, east of Burt, and Mr, and Mrs. Sherwood McDonald, Algona. The R. L. Padgetts and Mrs. William Krause drove to Corwith a week ago Monday visiting her sister, Mrs. Clifford Meyer, and seeing their new baby, Carol Jean. Mrs. Harlan Blanchard spent a few days this week visiting the Wayne Richmonds, Armstrong. Mrs. Blanchard formerly stayed there while teaching school. Sunday guests at -Lawrence Dittmer's were the Delmar Angus family, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Shaser, the Albert iShasers, and the R v T. Angus family. , The 'Busy club met Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Edward Farris, Mrs. Jack Quinn assisting. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Otis Sanders'. William Krause, employed with the Williams .Construction company, near West, Bend, returned to his home Saturday evening. The Ira.Newbrpijjjhs and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbpough and daughter Grace, spent; the, week-end with relatives, in Hvunbpldt. Mr. and .Mrs. Robert Draa.sfel4t and Jmoge,nfl Roderick attended a Dransfeldt reunion at the Call state park, Algona, Sunday. Mr. and Jto, Oscar Baring took Oscar's sister, Mrs. Vera Reich, daughter Alter*, to their horte in Campus, ill., Friday. Supervisors Charles. Morris and P. J. Heiken, Swea City, attendod a district supervisor's meeting in Mason City Saturday. , Mrs. Alex Krueger and son George spent last week Tuesday with her parents, the M. iB. Bianch- ards, irvlngton. t Mrs. Ethel Benjamin and son Jackie left a week ago Monday tot Armstrong, where Mrs. iBenJamin has employment. .... ,The Emil Krafts and Richard Borchardt, Omaha, were Sunday guests at R. G. Borchardt's, East Chain, Minn. (Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Burr, Lancaster, Wis., spent last week Monday and Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Micka. The Enos worthingtons, Estherville, were Sunday guests at his , mother Mrs. Lillie Worthington'a. Mrs. Chris and Albert Shaser and baby spent Friday with Mrs. Albert Shaser's mother, Mrs. John Rath. The (Fred Genriches attended a picnic at Boone Sunday of .eighth district rural letter carriers. The Will keeper's were Sunday guests at Mrs. Leeper's sister's, the Charles Olsons, Burt. Arthur Priebe and Alton Pettit are on a fishing trip in northern Minnesota. Richard Borchardt, Omaha, spent last week at his sister Mrs. Emil Kraft's. The Mite society meets this Thursday with Mrs. C. Madison. LOTTS CREEK INFANT DIES SEPTEMBER 4 .Lotts Creek, Sept. 12— 'Earl Edward, three weeks old son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smidtkins, Fairmont, formerly of Lotts Creek died Monday of pneumonia at the home of William Haack, grandfather. The child was born August 16 at Fairmont, and on September 3 was brought to the Haack home, where he was baptized. He is survived by his parents, three sisters, anfl the grandfather. Funeral services' were held last week Wednesday at 2 p. m. at the Immanuel Lutheran church, the Rev. L. Richman, iBurt, in charge, and burial was made in the local cemetery. Pallbearers were Edgar Schmiel. Paul Fuerstenau, Gerald Radig, and Gordon Ohm. Aid Gets a New Member — The Aid met Friday at the school hall and Mrs. Andrew Kading was received as a new member. After a brief business meeting some of the women quilted. Guests of the Aid were: Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs. D. Cordes, Mrs. Albert Behnke, Mrs. August Schattschneider, and Mesdatnes Henry F. and George •Schultz, Whittemore, Mrs. Everett Dreyer, Fenton, Mrs. (Robert Liesener, Mrs. Ernest Thiel, Mrs. Max Bast, daughter Arlene, of Algona, Mrs. Leo Jaskulke, Mrs. William Wetzel, Mrs. Frank Shelter, Mrs. Herbert (Potratz, Elma and Edna Potratz, and the Rev. and Mrs. L. Richmann, Burt. The Rev, Mr. Richmann read the scripture lesson during the absence of the Rev. Mr. Fiene, New Son for Butter maker A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith Sunday at the General hospital, Algona. Mr. Smith is the local buttermaker. There are three other children in the family, two boys and one girl. Mrs. Fred Dau, (Penton, is caring for mother and baby. Oklahomans Visiting Here— The iRev. and Mrs. E, F. Peter, of Cherokee, Okla., and their son arrived recently to visit Mrs. Peter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Meyer, and her sister Elsie, who has been seriously sick with intestinal flu. Six Attend World's Fair— Teacher R. C. Rehmer, Adella Mittag, Margaret Laabs, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz, and Fritz Meyer left Friday evening to attend the world's fair and got home early Monday morning. Ball Boys Lose to Bode— The Lotts Creek ball team played against Bode Sunday here, and Bode won, 10-5. A high wind caused many errors. Only Daughter for Fuerstenaus— Mr. and Mrs, William Fuerstenau are parents of a 'girl; born Friday. The Fuerstenaus now' have four boys and one girl. ' . Other Lotts Creek. •Lillian Heidenwith, Evelyn Voight, Lillian Kuecker, Lydia, Alfred, and Leonard Meyer, Linda Roeber, Lucinda and Rudolf Hannover, and Dorothy Heidenwith, all of Whittemore, Lester Baas, West Bend, Edna Bruhn, Alfred Bierstedt, and Edwin Greinert, of Fairville, Verdell Lauritzen, Graettinger, Henry Wetzel, Armstrong, and Hugo Potratz spent Sunday evening with Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Potratz. Watermelon was served The Rev. E. Fiene and his twin daughters, .Johanna and Margaret were visitors from 'last week Wednesday till Friday at Charter «f. ^ Datives, and attended the celebration of the anniversary of the Rev. C. R. Runge, Charter Oak, who. installed the Rev. Mr Fiene as pastor. Eldora, Eldon, and Eugene, dren of Mr . and MrsB Maahs, Whittemore, have been spending a few days with their Potrfr r M tS> Mr> and Mrs - Albert Potratz. M Pl and Mrs. Maahs left fff Ur f ay / or pla »eville, Wis., to attend a funeral. Elsie Kphlwes helped her brother Oscar and his wife move to Algona h o < her brother Oscar for Williamsburg to visit their . Mrs. Arthur Geilenfeld, Lu Verne Walter Genrich, Alexander? X, V-" 6 - ard P«*Wt»» vistted n Wlll ^ m w< *sel's Sunday. •Dorothy Heidenwith. . cousin, Mrs. Herbert Meyer ' Bstherville. is • *"* YOUR FRIEND AT MORNING LIGHT PORK The Michigan bean «N» is only 50% of last v™* «,*ur« higher pric« on Pork A Beans. BctW' «* supply of the large Ho, 2U Mown. ctlci '»J in t •t lOc per can or $1.30 per doming Light p orlc & :GIANT SWEET PEAS, 2 No. 2 Cans___ COUNCIL OAK PEARS Genuine Bartletts Large No. 2 1-2 cans CALIFORNIA APRICOTS In good syrun Large No. 2 1-2 cans . . MOOR PARK APRICOTS, 2 CHOICE MUIR PEACHES 2, , 8RAKMITS FLAKES PerPkf. Sweet Santos PEABERRY COFFEE 2 PODJTDS 35C FLAKES PACKAGE 9c WIDE BACON Dry, sugar cured, per pound __. SUMMER SAUGAGE Per Pound ROBB-ROSS GAKE FLOUR , 2i II 'AUNT DINAH" COOKING MOLASSES Cooler weather makes UB hungry for Ginger Bread and! Ginger Cookies. For Just the right flavor you must owl Aunt Dinah Cooking Molasses, in \ NO. 2K CAN _„_ 1 /C Dime value...' I LONG HANDLE FLY SWATS AEROXON FLY RIBBON 2 ,-5( Vital Link lit a C wiPT at COMPANY daily pur « chaiet many tons of poultry. h .-.i«toto.ri^{fj!gt5 no 1 * 1 *** there to await the develomx of demand. wvwpw ^^ ^*'3 the rooftop and yells ft»*j ,, -,.., morning thousands of Swift fc v fc«ii"™ "^ andc «f Route salesmen itart out to*2 butter, eggs and meat, **"** not create demand, but tbfljl combs; they stir it; they dig it up. ™ turn it over to farm producer* it .. Xt «to the salesmen's interest to discover new outlet* »l Ae old ones, to let the .SnSSSSSZ TwWch mar^*« Their mcomes, their advancement, depend on how 0^,^? "7 vit>l ^'fo * hj »»«n <*"M.*rt « achefl proouce plant manager and his helpers, Every w* 0 . oetter himself by selluur more and by cutting the cost of* *nd continue 9 '">* ii »- j - ---^ *v*! • "**** ?_°^. „_«>ndioi a a. nave Swift &

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