Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 5, 1933
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PAGE TWO Specials Brown Sugar, 2 pounds . Navy Beans, 3 pounds Seedless Raisins, 4 pounds lie 15c 25c Morning Light kin, 2 large cans Pancake Flour, family bag Wheat Cereal, pkg. Cake Flour, pkg. Grape Nuts, per pkg. — Apple Butter, 28-oz. jar 19c 15c 24c 16c 19c FUNERAL FOR CHAS,REAPER SEPTEMBERS koSStTTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA Irvington, Oct. 3 — Funeral vices for Samuel Reaper, 68, died at his home here last Monday night, were held ser- who week last White Loaf Flour, per bag Smoked Picnics, per pound Narrow Bacon, per pound Camay Toilet Soap, cake Mop Sticks, 15c value Thursday/afternoon at the Baptist church, Algona, the Rev. A. English in charge. Duets, Face t -Face, and The City Four-Square were sung by Mrs. Huefcer and Mrs Russell Cook. The text was, "An there shall be no more sea." Buna was made in the Algona cemetery The Rev. Mr. Hueser was to hav assisted with the services, but was called away by the illness of a sis ter. Mr. Reaper, who had been in fail ing health for some time, became noticeably worse early.last spring and he and Mrs. Reaper went ti the home of their son Charles, eas' of Algona, hoping that his health would improve. He did not im prove, however, and after a number jf weeks the couple returned to their home here, Mr. Reaper, wh( was suffering with .anemia anc complications, grew steadily worse nnd the last four months he hat been confined to his bed. James Early German Emigrant Dies at 81 at Titonka .-7 1 /2C 121/2C 5c 9c 19c P and G WMte Naphtha Soap, 7 bars BUY YOUR HONEY NOW 4 CAKES FOR There 1 s a Hat for You! Among These Copies of Paris Models $2J95 You have all the liberty in the world in deciding on your fall hat. You may have no brim or medium brim, or a large graceful brim—it is up to you. A beautiful selection to fit your individual self. THE ELITE Ditsworth, Algona, also Mrs Charles Reaper, were with Mrs. Reaper throughout the greater part of her husband's illness. Mr. Reaper was born in Illinois in 1864, and was married to Lucy Mcllhattin at 'Lanark. 111., in 1898. The couple came to Iowa and settled near Oelwein. After a time they moved to Bancroft, where they lived 23 years, and while there Mr. Reaper united with the Baptist church, later transferring his letter to the Algona Baptist church, in, which he remained a member. After 23 years of farming near Bancroft the Reapers retired to Irvington, where they have since lived. Mr. Reaper was known to everyone as an honest man. He was, also a very religious man in his quiet, unassuming way. He and Mrs. Reaper have been looked upon as good and prominent citizens and have been a help to Irvington and the vicinity. Mrs. Reaper plans to remain,, at her home here, for the present at least. Mr. Reaper also left one son, Charles, Algona, and a granddaughter, Bernice /Reaper. Pupils Organize Two Clubs— Pupils of the Jrvington schood recently organized an Outdoor club for the boys and a Peppy Pals club for girls. Friday afternoon Norma Raney, assistant teacher, took the Outdoor club for a wiener roast. The boys studied the correct way to make a campfire and discussed gflod posture. Miss Black sponsored the girls club. Esther Scheppman and Arvilla Hudson were hostesses. Marjorie Riley gave a talk on "How to Set a Table. Thelma Spurgeon gave hints on correct posture. The hostesses served fruit salad and cake. Your Last Chance WORLD'S FAN ABOUT \ CEYf PEB MILE In Coaches—lO^Day Limit EVERY DAY—OCT. 5 TO 1ft Also October 20-21-22-27-28-29 Not much time left to see the ' • A letter from Ross ^obison, Kal- Breatest of all expositions Take 1Sp ' Mont - reports that his advantage of this opportunity Go f oungest son ' Wayne, was recently with the crowd—meet coneVnin,! I ?. onora . bly . discharged from the Jacob Maasdam is Host— Jake Maasdam entertained a number of dinner guests last Thursday. They were Mrs. C. R, Lewis, Algona; Mrs. Mina Ward, Saguache, Wyo., Mrs. Nina Blythe. -Mrs. J. «B. Robison, Mrs. Frank Ditsworth, Air. and Mrs. William Greenfield, Mrs. Mary Harness, and Mrs. M. L. Roney. Those guests used to be entertained at the Muasdam home when Mrs. Maasdam was living. A fine dinner was prepared and served by Mabel Smalley, Algona, who is housekeeper at the Maasdam farm. j Surprise for the ^killings— A number Of relatives and friends went to the Fred Skilling home at Algona Sunday for a surprise party in honor 'of Mr. and Mrs. Skilling's birthdays. They are both 34, and their birthdays are only two days apart. Guests were Messrs. and Mesdames Willard Gregson, Elliot Skilling, Edw. Wilkins, Robert Carney, Everett Lee, Frank Skilling, O. L. Miller, George Lee, Roy Lee, Charles Harvey, and Ruth Stewart. Two families from Seneca were also there. Letter from Boss Robison— Titonka, Oct. 3—Conrad Geisking, near Woden, died in his 81st year Saturday, September 23. He was born in Germany December 31,1852 and in 1875 was married to Char lotto Mayland. They lived in Ger many seven years, and in 1882 cam to America, settling at WeHsBurj Iowa. In 1884 they moved to Sout Dakota, but in 1890 returned t •Iowa and lived at Wesley a year thence moving to Woden, which ha been the family home ever since 'Mrs. Geisking died in 1929, and af ter that Mrs. Geisking lived witl his daughter, Mrs. Lottie Heesch Other children are: Henry Geis king, Wellsburg; Mrs. Mary Wie gand, Cloy ton, Minn.; and William Carl, and Ernest, Woden. There are 27 grandchildren >• and < three 'great-grandchildren. Marie Brandt is Bride— •Last week Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock a wedding took place at the Lutheran church whereby (Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Christian Brandt, became -Mrs, Harry Bartlett. Mr. Bartlett hails from Grimes, Polk county, near Des Moines. He was attended by tiis brother August, and Alice Pannkuk served as bridesmaid. Lennice Brandt and Joan Failk were 'lower girls. The double ring ceremony was «sed by the Rev. H. W. Schoenlien. Following the -marriage there was a reception at the country home of the bride's parents, where a wedding dinner was also served. Mr. and Mrs. (Bartlett will have the Ringsdorf farm, outheast of Titonka. Yoman's Club Begins Year— The Woman's club met last week Vednesday evening at Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe's. Mrs. R. C. Ball was -lesson eader on The European Conquest, ,nd roll call was answered with outh America current events. This va.s the first meeting of the club's ew year, during whi<5h the study ubject will be South America. New fficers are: president, Mrs. Roy Judlong; vice, Mrs. M. S. Craven; ecretary, Mrs. Carrie Torgerson; reasurer, Mrs. Harry Beed. There re 21 members. The next ineet- ng will be with Mrs. Mayme Ventz. arty Honors Coast Visit or— A surprise birthday party was iven for Albert Meyer, of Cali- ornia, Friday at Marie Saathoff's. ttending: the John K. IRippen- rops, the Henry, B. H., and Dick Beyers, the Dick Groens, Rock lapids, the Ben Isenbrandts, Wolen, the John Isenbrandts, the Ben Meyers, the Dick Spears, the Tom oats family, the Ed Ites family, tfrs. Henry Ites, Buffalo Center, IB Ben Knox and Guy Bruns fam- les, the Rev. and Mrs. H. choenlien, and Dick Meyer uffalo Center. W. Jr., our Slot Machines Stolen— Slot machines were stolen last •eek Monday night from the Ed- r afd Saathoff and Harley I,arson il station and the Mayfield and Vilson cafes. In each case the urglars obtained entrance via a ront door. Nothing else was aken. This was the second time a ot machine had been stolen from be Wilson cafe. Viener Roost is Given— er, Rosemary Bacon, (Raymond Rickleffs, Maxine and (Dorothy Peterson, Russell French, Junioi HanseX Dorothy Budlong, Margare Ites, Robert Reynolds, and Rober Schutjer. Attend Countf 'Aux' School— A county. Legion Auxiliary schoo of instruction was held Tuesday a Swea City, Ida E. Larson, Swea City, county chairman, presiding Attending from here Were '" Mrs Edw. Zweifel, unit president, Mrs Martha Bonacker, county treasur er; and Mrs. W. J. Denton, county historian. Mm. Faul Luncheon Hostess— Mrs. Fremont Faul entertained at luncheon last week Wednesday afternoon Mrs. C. W.'Stevenson.-Forest City, Mrs. C. A." Jensen, Mrs Arthur Henningsen, Mrs... Dwane Barringer,«Mrs. Earl Lehigh, ant Mrs. Alfred Cameron, all of Graettinger. Coliseum Dances Are Resumed— A dance was given at the Pannkuk Coliseum Friday night, the tirst in months. Dances every Friday night and skating every Wednesday and Saturday night are now planned. Senoira Hosts to Faculty— The seniors entertained the high school faculty at a wiener roaet ast week Tuesday evening at the Oakdale farm near Burt. This was he first school party this fall. Boy Breaks Arm in Fall- Gerald, son of Vincent Heifner, ell from a tree Monday morning and suffered a broken left arm. Dr. 'ierre Sartor set the fracture. Ger- Id is in the second grade. Woman's Club Has Picnic— The Woman's club entertained he husbands and families at a pic- ic Monday evening at Indian Hol- ow in the timber west of town.' Fifty attended. 'o Install Auxiliary Officers- Mrs. Mary Sailor will entertain he Legion Auxiliary this week Tuesday night at her home, and Mrs. W. J. Denton will install the new officers. Woman Scalded in Accident- While she was carrying a boiler of hot water to the basement, Mrs. Theodore Dunmire fell, and her right hand was badly scalded Monday. Other Titonka News. Attending the Methodist conference from here were the Rev. Fremont Fauls, the Fred Jennings family, the Charles Phelps family, and the .William Schrams, also Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe, lay delegate, who was accompanied by Mrs. Alma Thompson, and Mrs. Faul. The three women last named also attended a missionary anniversary service. Keith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stott, was badly hurt recently, when a 10-gal. can of water fell on his head. Editor Lee O. Wolfe and John Swanson were at Dexter, Minn., last^Thursday on a land expedition. " is THURSDAY. LUTHE INS AT WHITTEMORE IN ELECTION Whittemore, Oct. 3—At an an nual meeting Sunday officers of th 'Lutheran church were elected August Vaudt, president; Frank J Balgeman, vice; H. W. Behnke secretary; Otto Hahn, treasurer Oscar Schattschneider, financia secretary; (Lewis Braatz, P. L. Jessen, H. W. Behnke, auditing committee; H. F. Schultz, George Mayer, Archie Voight; nominating committee; Walter Vaudt, chairman 01 nominating committee; . iFfet Struecker, deacon; H. >R. Zumach trustee; Elmer Bell, school board; Henry Kuecker, John Meine, L. H Pertl, and Herman Voight, finance committee. , . ; Lucian Meurer in Play— j,.Mrs. Joseph Meurer has,received a letter from -her son Lucian, who is at Lake Andes, -S. D., in a reforestation camp, and with it he sent the program of a minstrel show, Happy Days, given at a Lake Andes theater by 16 members of the C. C. C. corps including Lucian. Lucian wrote that after inspection of 165 C. C. C. camps in Minnesota, Iowa, North Dakota, Missouri, Kansas, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Arkansas, the Lake Andes camp was adjudged best. Wooden Wedding is Observed— The -William Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Struecker, son Werner, he Erwin and Walter Strueckers, he Henry Laucks, the Albert Meyers, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, all Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. !dward Lieb, Lotts Creek, were at Earner last week Tuesday evening, helping Mr. and Mrs. Martin. Meyer celebrate their fifth wedding anni- •ersary. McCreery Attends Short Course— iDoctor McCreery and some 60 other doctors are taking a postgraduate course for doctors at Al- •ona. The course lasts ten weeks, me meeting each week, and con- ists of lectures, post mortems, tc. The object is to acquaint prac- icing physicians with the latest iscoveries in medcial; science and methods of treating disease. Barbers' Prices Are Boosted— William Rusch and Tom Kelly, local .barbers, attended a county barbers meeting at Algona last week .Monday night. Complying with N'RA, a price code was adopted: hair cuts, 40c; shaves, 25c. Picnic at Algona Park Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ohm, iFen- ton, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Carmody, Cylinder, the Ray Olivers, the Carl Hansens, and the William Rusches had a picnic Sunday at the Ambrose A. Call park. Girl Suffers Broken Ann— The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Satern, west of twon, recently fell from a swing at school and broke both bones above the wrist. She was brought to the Mv- Creery hospital. Norma Bell 12; Party— A number of young folks, Mrs. Charles Bell, and her daughter Edith Gardner, Graettinger, „ , „..„ ^. u auB mei spending a couple of weeks ' with Adelia were entertained Monday af- the Rev. Fremont Fauls. i ternoon at Elmer Bell's,' the occas- ight at their home. Attending: obert Budlong, Feme Oesterreich- week. Harold Kuecker, Delavftn, Minn and their sons Delbert and Hatoii northeast ot iDelavan. ••• •Last Thursday callers at eup and.Mrs., F. J, Rochford's Were Sis ters Olivia, Etheldreda,'and Geor gia, also Ruby Bourette, of For Dodge. Sister Olivia is a • sister Mr. Rochford. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlel drove to Ames last week Wednea day to attend funeral services fo Fred Hinge, Ames, former teaehe in th^ butter department of low State college. Air. and Mrs. Arnold Gade ac companied the Rev* and Mrsi H, D Stahmer, Fariville, to Rocheste last week Tuesday to .gee Mrs. P L. Jessen, who is recovering from an operation. Mrs. Peter Haag, daughter Le ona, and son Henry drove to Fan bault, Minn., a few days ago tt visit George Haag. They also vis ited Mrs. John Gappa at Hollan dale. (Lola Bayne, who teaches at Cush ing, and Ruth Balgeman, wh teaches at Sheffield, spent the week-end with the latter's parents Supervisor' and Mrs/ <F. J.; JBalge man. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behnke and the Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher drove to Rochester Saturday to visit Mrs. P. L. Jessen, who underwent an operation there a week ago. Mrs. Carl Walker, Goldfield, and ler sons Charles and Richard visited the J. E. Walkers, northeast of iown, last week. Carl is a salesman for R. O. BJustrom, Algona. The Elmo Barbers and Mr. Bar- >er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Bar- >er, Rodman, spent last week vis- ting in South and North Dakota, vith relatives. Oscar Schattschneider left Saturday for Cedar Rapids, where he was to meet relatives and thence drive to Chicago to attend the world's fair. Herman, Clarence, and Larry Elert and Arnold Zumach have re- umed from a 7-day fishing vaca- ion in northern Wisconsin. The Connie Doyles and* Ralph Bartletts were at Humboldt last "'hursday, attending a sectional neeting for buttermakers. Mr. and Mrs. William Tiede, Lu ''erne, were last week?Wednesday isitors at the Louis Braatz and 'red Struficker homes. Mrs. Carl Ebert and Mrs. Bertha skow spent Sunday at Humboldt, ttending the Northwest Iowa ilethodist Conference. Druggist C. L. Cavanaugh has ad a beauty specialist at his store mce Monday, and she will be here till Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Miller, Dubuque, Peter Haag Jr., Gusta Haag, and Rosella - Neu -spent • the weekend at Hollandale. 'Dr. L. B. Smith drove to Rochester Saturday to bring home Mrs. bmith, who had an operation there some weeks ago. The George Streits returned Saturday from Iowa City, where the daughter recently had an operation. •Druggist and Mrs. C. L. Cavanaugh were Sunday guests of Humboldt relatives. FARM PRICES SHOULD RAISE before retail prices. Gamble's tire prices are within a few cents of their all time low. 1st line 4.75-19 was $4.28, now $4.69. Long drive, now $4.49. Tubes, 69c up. 34-4 Simplified • At Low Cost— Forget Furnace Drudgery The Hotentot 00818 Six good reasons for a HOTENTOT Oil n,,,,.. , I your home— "'wui OHHAPBR HEAT: Hotehtofs exclusive patents mixing pre-heated air with vaporized oil fa A ing it, and forcing the flaine down throuLh a ^ mostouhtes the amount of heat fuel oil. QUIET OPERATION: The Hotentot has only O nn ™ • -the fan-and that moves silently. No sound f, ?, Vmg ' welcome sound of the flame. «fl sound at all SAFE: The unique featues of th« Hottentnt ,«,i of oil overflow impossible. ThefeJ?S^pT± natt „ you only rom Terms Henry Myers has been critically ! Boy ' 8 Fifth Birtliday Observed- sick with heart trouble. next week Tuesday. Mrs. Ridings Mrs. 'Boldridge are sisters. and l , Mr. and Mrs. John Simon Sr., accompanied by Mrs. Earl Miller, left 11V fTOlW -Pf\t* /~<Ui«« -m. • J . ionie supper at the church 'eek Thursday evening. Other Irvington. „,...._ Mrs. Mina Ward and her daugh- by l ? a . in for Chicago Friday'evening ter, Mrs. Miles Stanley, Saguache \ to Vlslt ' Mr - and Mrs. Charles Win- Colo., left for home this week Mon- 'f ndy and attend the fair. They plan day, after five weeks with rela-' be away a ^out ten days, tives here and in Wisconsin. They' Mr - and Mrs - Fred Schoby are were accompanied .by Mrs. Ward's parents ot a boy, born at the Kos- mother," Mrs. Mary Harness, who suth hos Pit a l Saturday night. Mr. 'Mrs. George Wegener, a son, and the John Redings, all of St. Joe, were Saturday evening dinner guests at Nick Reding's in honor of Bobby Lee Reding's 5th birthday. Lutheran Y. P. Plans Play— The St. Paul's Y. P. is planning a play, Old-Fashionecl Mother, and first practice took place last Thursday evening. The Rev. W. H. Discher is coaching. Xew Son for Kaschmitters— , _.». ~. *,* U t j *A«tncoa, YVJ1U , ——-»*» VIM,^ Jii&iik>. an t A 1 1 t had been with her daughter, Mrs i and Mrs - J °seph Weydert are also „ °? has ; been - born to -Mr. and Frank Ditsworth, several months' j parents of a son - rMrs. Richard Kaschmitter, and he Mrs. Harness plans to remain in' Mn and Mrs - Elmer iD.ole went to ™ n named Frederic Joseph. Colorado, where her he-alth is much P ancr °ft this week Monday even- I are two other children. better. mg and attended funeral services Mrs C. L. Baskin, and son Le 1 ^^ 00 ' 6 ' 8 Uncle ' a Mr. •Roy, Omemee, JN. D., recently called ! iues(Iay will remembered Mrs. jr. S. Cullen Honored— A birthday surprise party took place last week Tuesday evening Bowman daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ^ 3!" * Le Roy Bowman. mhn tv,ov, i;,.«j new, j.n. congenial companions! Cool October days are" A*- V> '' " a T ing Semd three y ears - twin ideal for sightseeing After a short vacation he found a!™>, „. , n , --.-•• S - Job, but was undecided whether or M e9 andIls . h L plym °uth, Mich. Le Roy Bowman, who then lived on the farm now owned by Ted Harr Mr. Baskin is superintendent of schools at Omemee. Mrs. Baskin's is now Mrs. E. G. niy beloved am Wel1 P>««ed. William Meyers family, of Trucks Poultry to Chicago-* •Elmo Barber leaves this week C. A. JOYNT Passenger and Ticket Agent, Algona THE MILWAUKEE ROAD 2633 Get Up Nights Make f his 2iic Test Physic the bladder as you would •the bowels. 'Drive out impurities and excessive acids that cause irritation burning and frequent desire. not to accept the position, for the wages were not much. He later took the Job on the advice of his father. Ross says that the way conditions in. Kalispell one must have a job even if one has to pay one's employer. Andrews Famjly Heard From— Lake, Minn., were Saturday Tuesday with a load of chickens for Arthur M»- nry ^PPman's. Chicago and will attend the world's Artnur Meiers will undergo an operation for removal of his ton- 1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mollhattin, Lanark, 111., went home Sunday after attending funeral services ior^^ Samuel Reaper last Thursday. They were accompanied by Mrs. Reaper, who will remain with them and other relatives in Lanark till the Charles Reapers motor to Illinois after her late this week. Frank Mc- sils this week Tuesday. Mr.-'and Mrs. Ray Fitch at the were Clark j Mrs. •Fred "Andrews"" Staples, llnat tto is a brother of MrsTReap- 1 Minn., writes that her eldest daugh- er ter, Dona, who attends school at Morris, Minn., has been having a short vacation at home. The school Get a 25c test box of BU-KETS, the I . Morns la an , extension of the bladder physic, from any drug store. After four days if you are not relieved of getting up nights Minnesota agricultural college. Dona is working her way through by assisting the managing matron. - — --—• • *»v» w faV- VbA*»g "i* JllfiJJL IrO T 4- -•-••-• vi* i go back and get your money, BU-!.:. now she 1S Panning to con- lOBTg. containing buchu leaves,' U / l V e , r work at sc » 001 . following Juniper oil, etc., acts pleasantly and graduation. ?caSU'on^e^^s.l^ *^^**»* **T*~ are bothered with backache, or leg •— - met ' Fnday aftern °on dera you are bound to feel better after the cleansing and you get you regular sleep.—E. W. Lusby, Algona, and W. J. Denton, Titonka, seller. say 'BUKETS is a best BANISHES was taken in, bringing the total to $20.35. A Harvest Home supper was planned for October 12. Tickets will be sold before that date. Mrs. Win. Boldridge was assisting hostess. _Mr. and Mrs. Monroe McLaurens,, Piney Woods, Miss., -are parents of. a son, born last week Wednesday E - c - Potter, presided. There'was evening at the Kossuth hospital. no program, but the time was tak- Mrs. McLaurens has been with her en U P with closing last year's work parents, Mr. and Mrs. William I and Planning for the current ' " --' Rusch Beauty Shop Sold— The Wm. Rusch beauty shop has been sold to Irene Rooney, who recently sold a shop a t Creston. Other Whittemore News Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voight and Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer drove to Garner Friday to visit the Mar- ThP M A n i . ' t . • l« n Meyers - son of the late William The M. & D. club was entertained Meyer. They were accompanied last week Wednesday by Mrs. Glen I home b y Rosella Voight,. who at- btrayer, Algona, 13 members at-1 tends a Mason City business col- tending. The new president, Mrs. I le £ e - Rosella went back Monday h; t * .TJ/*t-t-n»» « un n l .s^j n i . nnrk m'» n «.J.ir.^. * South Cresco with Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Elbert, who also took their daughter Hildred, who works at Mason City The Herman Voights and Michael * *"' *•**. «*»\* '.i*AiB. rviiiiaiii!—~ i"*».*....i5 iui \fiic current year *«« JAci-Juaii vuignts ana Michael Boldridge here, since spring: She I Mrs- F. L. Miller was appointed Baui «ans drove to Rolfe one day Plans to return to (Mississippi with « ha - lr man of 8 committee to ex- last week ' Mr -. Bauman to look af- nf*t* tlWrt c/tnci i« 4-l^A **n«w «..A..._._. nnnr] 4«M —l. ^ • j.^ it . ..._•. . ^-o«lni«I-««*.*. _ *.£_:' . i . * her two sons in the near future. The Frank Ditsworths, Mrs. Mary Harness, of this vicinity, and Mrs. Mina Ward and her daughter, Mrs. Miles Stanley, Saguache, Colo., were Sunday dinner guests at Ed , J .. _.. cc , Ditsworth's, near Burt. Mrs. i Mesdames W. L. Martin, chairman Charles Sankey and Mrs. Arthur ' M - L. Dutton, and D. D: Sparks' - pend for charity the money received for a guilt. Mrs. O. S. Moore is the new secretary-treasurer; program committee, Mesdames F. L. Miller, Homer Lindhorsf, and William Runchey; floral committee, Baby Has an Operation- Friends here have learned that the five months old baby ot Mr. and Mrs. Vern Mangle, former Irvington residents, recently had an op- 1 eration for appendicitis and telescoped bowels at Fort Dodge. The infant is reported to be rapidly recovering. St. in Defeats St Joe-^About 400 attended a ball game on tlie home diamond here Sunday. The game was Irvington vs. Joe, and the score was 13-12 favor of Irvington. Aid Plans Public Supper— The Aid will serve a Harvest Riley were Saturday visitors at Fort Dodge. Week-end visitors at the Charles Egel home were Mr. and. Mrs. John Egel and son Clarence, of Blue Grass, and George Egel, -Buffalo. Clarence is a musician and broadcasts from a Rock Island studio. After leaving here they planned to visit relatives at Waverly and Waterloo. Mrs. V. J. Schichtl, of this vicinity, and Mrs. Jos. Wilhelmi and her daughters, Bancroft, got home Friday, after a few weeks with the Roy Blythes, Chicago. While there they attended the world's fair. Mrs. WiJhelmi also .visited at Joliet, 111., where .she formerly lived. Mrs. Mattie Ridings, daughter Dora, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris, and Mattie Price, all of Centerville, plan to arrive at the Boldridge home for a several days visit this f—,-1 * "" *-'• »-JJV«**iVO. ine next meeting will be-held October 11 at Mrs. Martin's. B. F. and D. D. Sparks left last Thursday afternoon with a truckload of honey for Sioux City, and spent the night at Le Mars. They sold the honey and returned Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Simon Sr. and Mrs Earl 'Miller left Saturday to attend the world's fair and visit the Simon daughter, Mrs. Charles Winandy, Chicago. E. C. Wilkins has rented the'M. N. Phillips eighty north of the Wellendorf farm. M. C. Worster has rented the Gilmore farm, now occupied by Louis Germann, and has the plowing about completed. The report that Walter Thilges had rented this farm was a mistake. ter business affairs, and the others to visit .at the Arthur home. Mrs. Matthew, ADDING MACHINE ROLLS AT THB ADVANCE Matthew ,,.,., • formerly Julia Voight, is a sister of Herman. • James Fleming, accompanied by Raymond La Gasse, Mason City and Bud Hintzler, Clear Lake' spent Sunday with James's parents, •Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming. James is a student at the Hamilton business college. Mildred Lindstrom, local grade teacher, drove to Albert City Friday for an over^Sunday visit with her parents. Miss Lynch, high school principal, accompanied her as far as Ayrshire, where she visited relatives. WiUiam Higgins Jr. went to Sioux City last Wednesday to brine home his sister -Rosella, who has completed her nurse's training at St. Joseph's hospital, to care for her father, who i s seriously sick. The George Balgemans, Lillian Heidenwith, and Bernice Balgeman drove to Delavan, Minn., Saturday for an- over-Sunday visit at Harold Kuecker's. Mr. Kuecker is second man m an elevator there. „ ' 1M £ a , n ? Mrs - James E. Walker, north of town, left Sunday for a week with their daughter, Mrs :„—'• < ^^.~':T!;rf^*!^ Don't Let Them Scare You ! Some men have the wrong idea about the present cost of good clothing. The fact Is that fine merchandise hasn't advanced as much as the cheaper grades. And you can certainly afford a GOOD suit and overcoat .this Fall if you can afford them at all. Look . . . here's a fresh new stock of Zender & Caldwell's suits and overcoats and every one is priced as f air i y as tho , General Johnson, himself, were going to be our customer. next Don't let the "talk" about steep prices hold you back when Zender & Caldwell's fair prices will send you into action. 13.50 16.50 24.50 29.50 18.50 22.50 and 35.00 Zender & Caldwell CLOTHING AND SHOES AU30NA ~^&A'.-^^^eitiiMmmaaiauaga^ai

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