Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 19, 1933
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Have your radio repaired in time for all the season's b i g sport events. We are . equipped to teat and repair all makes of radios, using the beat in materials and labor. For a free estimate call 44. Shirley Radio Service KOSatTTH COUNTY APVANCB. ALQOKA. IOWA Christmas Holiday time will soon be here. Which means that all who are dear to us will be thought of in some way or another. Give them the most precious and personal gift •that you can. A distinctive photograph—made of the best material money can buy. And. by having it made now you can avoid the future business rush that conies at that time. Better Pictures Less money Peterson's Studio FREE! STATE LEADER GIVES TALK TO LAKOTAWOMEN Lakota, Oct. 17—'Fifteen Kossut women met at the Bancroft schoo house a week ago Monday after noon for a county meeting. Neal S. Knowles and Mrs. Leaverton, H D. A., were present and Mis Knowles had charge of the meet ing, and discussed the conferenc of 65 women from 30 counties a the close of the state fair. Th discussion centered around tw points, nutrition, embracing healtl and economics, and the child car project, and stated the value of thi project as training for citizenship The Achievement day spore. ; ,car< was discussed and ^ changes 'noted Seven township cliairmen weri present. ' . Attend Parents Golden Wedding— The Charles Eggerths went to Renwick last Thursday .to attend .he golden wedding of his parents VIr. and Mrs. .Edward Eggerth. A wedding dinner was served at the old homo farm now occupied by a son Ernest, and in the afternoon a reception was held at their present home in Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. Eggerth have five sons and a daughter, all-of whom were present to help them celebrate. The children are Mrs. Warren : (Lottie) Star, of Onami, Minn., Henry, of Blooming Prairie, Minn., George, Ernest and Emil, Renwick, and Charles, who lives northwest of Lakota. Farm Bureau Names Officers— The Ledyard township Farm Bureau held its monthly meeting at Jerry Heetland's Friday evening. Election of offi«ers was held and Prank Lewis was elected president, Jerry Heetland, secretary-treasurer and Jerry Ukena, publicity rtiair- man. Betty Anderson played a piano solo and the township male quartet sang several numbers. Plans for next discussed. year's work were It is not too late to enter the 3>evoe and Reynolds Paint Ca's big limerick jig-saw puzzle contest. Come to our store and get your jig-saw puzzle. Take advantage of the many paint bargains. Us«. Devoe Paints, EMameLs, j and Varnishes. Botsford Lumber Company Phone 256 Jim Pool Long's Food Shop Something we all like. Putties—assorted colors and flavors. French Copers French Anchovies Caviar, genuine Russian Chase and Sanborn Tea Balls Holland Droste Cocoa Japanese Crab Meat Minced Clams , Mushrooms, 3 sizes OHves, 3 size Phone us your orders. Eggs wanted. Project Lesson fe Given— Mrs. Muriel Leaverton gave local leaders from Ledyard and. Lincoln townships the first lesson of the new project at J. H. Holcomb's last week Tuesday. The prbject is home management, and the first lesson was housecleaning up to date. The next lesson, home sanitation and home safety, will he given November 14 afj. H: Warburton's. Six Back from World's Fair Mr. .and Mrs. John Heetland and son John, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Buckels and Bessie Makis spent last week at Chicago attending the fair, and at Yorkville, ill., visiting a sister of Mrs. Heetland. They arrived home Saturday. Attend Federation Meeting— Mesdames Fred Schroeder, Delia Smith and Robert Williams attended the district Federated club meeting at Fort Dodge last Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Smith visited her brother, Roy Deyoe while there. Birthday Dinner is Given— , A bkthday dinner in honor of Peter Han's Sr. was enjoyed at Carl Holler's, south of town Sunday. The Arend Hans, the Walter Hans, the George Schroeders, Lakota, and the Spiers, of Algona, attended. i Daughter for Wm. Warburtons— Harry Warburton received word last week Wednesday of the birth I of a daughter to the William War| burtons, of Hastings, Neb. This is the first grandchild for the Samuel Warburtons of Swea City. Produce Station Atfain Open— The Lakota produce station has again opened for business and is managed by Henry .Penzel and A, John Bormann, of St. Joe, . and Barling Girl Married St. Joe. Oct. 17—(Last week Tues day morning at St. Joseph's church at lEarling took place the marriage of Clara, daughter of Mr. and Mrs John Stessman, of Barlying, to John, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann 8r., St. Joe. The Rev Joseph steiger read the nuptia mass and performed the ceremony The bride wore a gown of white satin and shadow lace and a vei of silk tulle, with other accessories to match. She carried a shower bouquet of white roses and ferns The bride's only attendant was her sister Veronica, who wore an ankle length gown of peach crepe with white hat and other matching accessories. She carried an arm bouquet of pink roses. The bridegroom was attended by his brother Ernest. ..A reception was given at the lotne .of 4h^bride'fl : oa'renti for'the lotae ; .pf4h^bride'fl : parents for • the mdal party and immediate relatives. Mrs. Bormann is a graduate of ;he St. Joseph high school at Earing in the class of '23, and she has aught school since that time. Mr. Jormann is a well known young armer here, and he has Just completed a new bungalow to which he s taking his bride. The newlyweds are giving a dance at the Livermore hall this week Tuesday night. : ards Lose to West Bend— At West Bend St. Joe dropped a ne-sided contest to Whittemore ast week Wednesday, 12-1. A. Clein again pitched for the Cardi- als, and he pitched good ball, .but us teammates did not give him upport. The game was marked by many errors. The battery ior St. oe was A. Klein, C. Baker, and E. lull, and for Whittemore Nellis, iwanson, and Kenne. Wild Steer Runs Amuck- Considerable excitement took lace at Livermore when Jennings Jros. were unloading cattle shipped home men, for the outsiders offer to pick for almost nothing Just to have a Job with free board and room. It seems a bit unfair to those here needing work. Attend Wedding lit Earllng— From this vicinity attending the Stessman-Bormann wedding a Barling last week Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann Sr., daughter Stella, and sons Lorenz, Ernest, and Edward, Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas, Mike Bormann, Mrs. John Geishecker, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bormann, and (Mrs. Lena Marso. Halloween Program at School- Laura Hilbert is planning a Halloween program at her school, District N6. 6,* known as the Jack Devine school, three miles north of St Joe. The, program will be at 8 o'clock Friday, October 1 27f and the public is invited. Lunch will be served after the program. Visit Sisters at PoeahontaB— Mrs. John Thul and Mrs. Sylves- ;er Wagner, accompanied by* Srs. M. Hortense, Ml Concepta, M. 3uphrasia, and M. Claretta, drove o Pocahontas Saturday to visit the .Sisters at the Sacred Heart school there. Reception for Newlyweds Here— A reception in honor of Mr. and Mrs. John Bormann, newlyweds, was held Sunday at the home of he bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann, near relatives attending. Other St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. John Schumacher and Mrs. Albert SchHtz and her children, all of Bancroft, were Sunday afternoon visitors at Mrs. Lucy Wagner's. Mrs. M. Hanifan and her grandson Thomas are spending the corn- husking vacation with the former's son Bernard, near Livermore. Emma Becker went to John Wey- rom South Dakota. One of thejdert's, near Algona, Friday to help nimals: got loose and ran wild, umping fences at Archie Wilson's, nd finally running into a car be- onging to F. Conley, breaking one ght- and a fender. It was 'finally aught and taken back to the stock- ards. /orn Pickers Feel Competition- Many young men from Minneota, South Dakota, and Illinois ave come into this and also sur- ounding territory to pick corn. ''his makes hard competition for OLDTIMER IS REGENT GUEST ATIRVINGTON Irvington, Oct. 17—Mr. and Mrs larence Brown. Los Angeles who' U ',! UaU I from ! :3 ° tin 8 °' n route to Minneapolis, recentlv I */Vl n _™? crowd_began to thin with the house work. 'Nola'Berige, near Bradgate, spent last week with her sister, Mrs. William Hammer. • A number from here attended a fall festival at Weet Bend last week Wednesday. The William Hammers spent Sunday at the Herbert Benge home near Bradgate, Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Klepper, a boy one day last week. Henry Bormann, Dell Rapids, S. D.; is visiting relatives here! They pay as high as 4%c a bushel. No killing frost has visited that part of Minnesota yet. Church Supper Brings Crowd— The largest crowd in the history of the Irvington church was entertained at the Harvest Home supper served last Thursday evening. Three tables seating approximately 1'5 people each were kept filled continually from 5:30 till 8 . Minneapolis, recently sited the H. E. Riste at Algona, Iso drove through this vicinity. larence is a son of Mr. and Mrs. elora Brown, who lived here many ears ago. The Browns lived in a ouse which then stood, with many ther buildings, east of the tracks m a field now farmed by Richard Leigh. Zelora, now a resident of Minneapolis, also ran a store here. Mrs. Zelora Brown was a sister of the late Or. J. R. Armstrong, who is so well remembered and often recalled by the older residents here. Doctor Armstrong, besides being the sole physician here at, that time, also taught school and! was superintendent of the Sundav c ,,-^-; * ,'.—• —"•' «•* * school. The late J. B. Robison was S %*&£%?. ?LJX& * - the It is estimated that somewhat over 300 adults and children were served, and |71 was taken in. Woman May lose Finger- Mrs. Jewell Studer, near Corwith who recently suffered from a serious illness caused by poison which settled m her system, believes she will have to have an index finger removed soon, Since her illness 73 REGISTER ATFENTONFOR LEGION MEET •Fenton, Oct. 17—The Legion and Auxiliary held a joint county meeting last Thursday evening at the opera house, with 73 registered The 'Legionnaires held their meeting at the opera house, and L. M Merritt, Algona, was elected com* mander, and Jos. Bloom, Algona adjutant;- The Auxiliary meeting was held at the Legion rooms, Mrs. W. R; Wolfe, local president giving an address of welcome. Mrs. Nell Larson, Algona, and Mrs. A. W. RadekCi Burt, gave interesting reports on the national Legion convention in Chicago. Mrs. L. L. Lease, Wesley, gave a talk on publicity, Mne: Vallo NaOdaih; Algona, spoke on the home talent play given by the Algona Auxiliary,this week."^ After fthe^buslness" Meeting the Legion and-Auxiliary met in the opera house and the remainder of the evening was spent dancing and playing cards. Mrs. L. Swanson's orchestra, of Whittemore, furnished the music. Refreshments were served toy the Fenton unit. Woman's Club Entertained— Mrs. O. H. Graham, assisted by Mrs. E. o. Weisbrod, entertained the Woman's club last week Tuesday afternoon at the former's home. Seventeen members responded to roU call by giving a current event. Mrs. (Elmer Weis»rod read a paper on What the Home Expects of the Teacher, and Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod read a paper MI What the Teacher 'Expects of ;he Home. In conclusion the group was entertained by guessing games n charge of Mrs. J.' A. Schwartz. Reception Honors Newlyweds— A reception was held at the John Mrs. Studer's hands have been Bellinger country home last week Tuesday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Bellinger's son Kenneth and his wife, who were recently married. About 35 relatives were jresent, and the evening was spent m visiting. After the opening 'of many beautiful gifts lunch was served. The elder IBollingers moved to Fenton the latter part of the week. Oldtimer is Visitor Here— S. H. Sorenson was here part of ast week, looking after his pro- >erty. Up is staying at his son Waltre's Burt, at present, but makes us home with his daughter, Mrs. Fred Sundermeyer, Mallard, most )f the time..Mr.,Sorenson is greatly nterested in flower culture and demotes much of his time to it. He said snowball tw**5 at Mallaftl were jlooraing for the second time this fall. Alex Radios to California— Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig left Saturday by train for Pasadena, Calif., _o be gone a month, visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wiham Radig, and brothers and sisjers, who live there. The William Radigs were old settlers in this community and lived retired here before going to California. Crippled Boy of 5 Dies- Carrol Gene, 5, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fredericks, died Sunday evening at his home near Depew. He had been a cripple since >irth. He was taken to Roches- er, last summer, but did not get relief from his desease, which had affected his spine. 100 ATTEND Y, P, MEET AT LU VERNE i, j had turned with him. ------- The Methodist Aid meets at fho Mrs. Fred iLieb entertained . a churc h this week Friday hostesses I group of. mends at her home . a ! M ^dame 8 W. J. Weisbrod F ? H tra* «™ «™^,. -,,.,-_— ,_ , ago one of hi strong built Doctor ued in Sle Arm crippled, .and some of her fingers I B ' rtnd *>' in Celebrated- are useless. ' **•"• ™~ J "-'-• Farewell for Marjorie RUey— _ .,_. uii . The teachers and children of the or o£ her Mrtnday r " anniversary" J Marjorie Riley at S Th °! e m ^ying the courtesy were Walter Widdel, C. F. C. A.' Schwartz >Lu ,Verne, Oct. si?-—Nearly. 100 young people of the north half of Fort Dodge Presbytery attended rally held at the local Presbyterian church Friday evening and Saturday morning. The toast program given at the banquet wan interesting,,.with the Century of >Prbgr«ss Among the Young People in the Church as a topic, Mildred Dubbs West Bend, upoke on Yesterday, Lillian Angus, Lone Rock, Today, and Mary Jane Lewis, Lakota, Tomorrow. Mrs. Opal Morrison sang a couple of solos, and after announcement, the group went to the church for the evening service. Mr. Narey, attorney at Spirit L.ake, gave the evening address and Irene;Swenfioni:playe<ha saw .-solo as special music. At the business meeting Sattir- day r ,morning r £tta..Bacon,, Algona, was elected president for next year, "leaner Elston, Burt, vice, Lillian Angus, Lone Rock, secretary-treasurer. The .Rev. Mr. Gladstone, of Lone lock, wad the principal speaker of he morning service in the absence Doctor Bailey, Estherville. After lunch the cup fo* the larg- st registration according to church membership, foreign and home mis- ion study, and payment of appor- lonment and mileage, was award- d to the group from Lakota. Their core was 90 per cent. Spirit Lake as second'with a score of 87 per ent, and Lone Rock third with 85 per cent. Ten churches were rep- esented. at the rally. Cow at Irvington Has an Adventure Irvington, Oct. 17—A cow on the A. L. Roney farm is still suffering from the effects of an adventure Saturday evening. She reached for an ear of corn lying under a tractor standing in the lot, and when she raised her head her neck was firmly caught . between the fly l '**Tl.A A l ' '___'J ll* _ s » » * _ _ * The wheel and the drive wheel. lugs on the drive wheel made the accident more painful than it would have been otherwise. After an interval in-which both wheels were carefully manipfilated" and with the help of a neighbor, John Schulz, the cow was freed, but her neck is still considerably swollen. Titonka Car Kills a Sightless Horse Titonka, Oct. 17-JFrank Fisher and Albert Missal, on their way, to Mason City, almost had a serious accident a week ago Monday. The car wa.s going at a good speed when a blind horse came upon the highway. The car struck the horse, killing the animal. The car was damaged, several windows were broken out, and a fender bent. The men escaped with cuts and bruises. Following the accident Albert was sitting on the back seat. The which will not be in condition run for a few days, belonged Andrew Peterson. car, to to to the Afternoon Bridge club Saturday. Mrs . „ H . widde , won the high score and Mrs. Henry Schulte received the consolation prize. .. R * h /. d ? oetsc h, H. S. Junior, vi.. u i who from . ... btfnday. Pauline Osburn, been there a week, re- aftenoon inhon rm. i ---.,— —-.„ Moines.rnow 'occupied bv the Richard T^l b . u . y P™ 1 ^ ^d eggs and sell Leighs. Later they moved to the property now owned by the U. B. -Thursday after- with a vegetables. Wedding Day is Observed— Neighbors-, went to (Leonard Christ's last Thursday to help them ""'"' their wedding annivers- celebrate ary Other Lakota tfews. Mrs. w. E. Ley drove to For Dodge last week Wednesday ant brought home her mother Mrs Opal Wheeler, who was visiting another daughter Doris at For Dod.ge. Mrs. Wheeler spent mos of the summer visiting relatives in California. She wjll visit here fo a month or more.- Mrs. Charles Bigley.-who ha. been here the past two month caring Kliest, visit Why Get Up Nights? MAKE THIS 2Sc TEST Physic the bladder as you would bowels. Drive out . . — • • ' ~ ^n*. impurities and excessive acids that cause irri- and . a 25 bladder store. desire. 3 test box of 'BU-KETS the Physic, from any drug After four days if you ™«. ,. tt i- c not relieved of getting up nights go **ck and get your money, au- itiflTS, containing buchu leaves ju- aiper oil, etc., acts pleasantly 'and ftfecti.vely ™ the bladder similar •to castor oil on the bowels. If you aze bothered with backache, or lee Barns caused from bladder disor- !f? y °4 are bt>un( i to feel better after this cleansing and you K6 t your regular sleep.-E. W . Lus^y Algona. and W. J. Den tap. Titonka, say l»«3t seller. BL'-KETS i.s CONSTIPATION 6 YEARS, TROUBLE NOW GONE J»lu» J. Davis had chronic consti- for six yeara . By Ad _ he soon gat rid of it, and Mke a new person. Adterlka is E. w. for Mr • aunt, Henrietta went to Garner Sunday tc her cousins, the Henry Schmuts. Later in the week she left for her home at Fort Worth Tex. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley took Mrs. Worley's mother, Mrs, Bailey 'Mason City, part way home las | week Wednesday and her son, Les He, met her and took her the res of the way. 'Mesdames I. E. Wortman', Ernes Wortman, C. K. Rippentrop, Maude Hamilton, and O. H. Frerhing were hostesses, to the Presbyterian Aid Thursday afternoon and served 25c supper. Mrs. Huth Petsch and son Bobby and Mrs. Larimer, all of Chester S. D., came a week ago Tuesday and spent the rest of the week visiting their sister, Mrs. William Turley. 'Ben Farrow and Chris Asmusson went to Adams, Minn., Monday, to do carpenter work on an elevator owned by J. p. Schissel, of Minneapolis, father of Art Schissel, of Lakota. 'Burtis and Elso been entertaining the Itev. Jerry Jensen, and family, of Twin Brooks, S. D., the Jensen have their brother week. past Methodist young people held a beefsteak fry last Thursday evening and report an enjoyable event. Mrs. Louise Sehmitt, of Burt. went homo a week ago Friday after spending a week here visiting. Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht was ill last week with a gall bladder attack, but is recovering. . Mrs. Will Schroeder entertained the Priscilla club last week Wednesday. Irvin Koppen was ill Sunday and wa.1 not able to attend school Monday. . Frankl's, where the doctor died. Mr. Brown said things did not look familiar here; so many buildings have either been moved, torn down or remodeled. ' Pastor Learee for Synod— The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on a text taken from James 5:17-18. The object of the sermon was more earnest prayer. No church service wlil be held next Sunday, and Sunday school will convene at 18:30 instead of 11. The Rev. Mr. English and his daughter Mrs. Casey 'Loss, who will leave this week Monday* on' a trip to Dubuque, plan to ..bateent over next Sunday, and Mr. English will attend synod at Dubuque, while Mr Loss will visit college chums in B reals Arm Crankinir Car— and William Huskamp,' and El Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Newel, Agne G° e 'sch, and Mrs. J. T. Snyder at " La age. Muhlenian Preaches Here Sunday— Dis <- W. G. Muhleman, Al- George, son of Mr. and Mrs Jew- ?° na ' P"; a< : h < id at both services in 1 Studer. fnrwi»i, i= ^.«V-_t__' ha9 started his visitine rounds n f j)lan to drive to They Madison, then Wis., where they will spend a few days with Mr. English's mother-in-law, Mrs. Bstes, who is nearing 90. Mrs. Estes is known to many at Algona and Irvington. Mrs. Butledjre Critical]} Sick— Mrs. Frank Allen, Rockwell, arrived to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Rutledge, last Thursday. Her mother is critically sick Mrs. Allen has notified the other daughters qf the mother's condition. Mrs. Rutledge. who is 79 has not been well for many months Recently she suffered from an illness which was diagnosed as stomach influenza. It is now reported tliat she has suffered a stroke. She has been bedfast three weeks. School Girls Club Meets— The schoolgirls club enjoyed a short program in their club room over Mrs. Sankey's 'barn Friday af- Lernoon. Adella Lemkee gave a talk on 'Columbus"; Shirley Roney explained care of the teeth; and Esther Scheppman gave a talk. Potato salad and served by the sandwiches were hostesses. Marvel Dole and Marjorie Riley. The boys :lub met at the schoolhouse. Irv- agton pupils are using a new croquet set, also a volley ball. ieiiry Meier Heard From— A recent letter from Henry Meier, former Irvingtonian, reports hat he is now living with a young•v brother at Coiafrey, Minn. He ays corn there is going around 60 f hela an acre, and he is picking to 110 bushels a day. Farmers here cannot use corn pickers, for much of the corn is on *.be ground. oil Studer, Corwith, is 0 »^«™i B from a broken right arm which he sustained recently while he was cranking a car. Other Irrlngton. Mrs, Samuel Reaper returned to her home here early last week, after several days with relatives at La " ak ; «>• She returned with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reaper, who drove after her. Later on Mrs Reaper's brother, John Mcllhattin! Lanark, may come to spend the winter with her. Just now Mr. Mc- llhatun is suffering severely from rheumatism. ' The Arthur RUeys moved to their new home at Lu Verne last Thurs^ day- Marjorie remained and con- here *, go- Verne Saturday. Eunice Thompson, Lu Verne, is with Mrs. Charles Sankey, and will keep ! lou .f f °r her, and will also assist m the store. Mr. and Mrs. David Jewell and Mr. land Mrs. O. Nelson were Sunday guests at A. D. Headley's. Mr. Jewell is a brother of Mrs. Headley. The Nelsons are newlyweds, Mrs. Nelson being a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jewell. The Joseph Wilhelmis, Bancroft were Sunday guests of Mrs. V. J.' bchichti, and the Morris Parsons and Merrill Parsons families and fcunice Thompson were Sunday guests at the Ralph Parsons home, Burt. Mrs. Ralph Ballard, Redwood Falls, Minn., recently apent several days with her sister, Mrs. Charles Sankey. She drove down and stopped at Swea City en route home to visit her brother, Ira Hewitt. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geigel Al- gor.a, Mrs. Fred Geigel, and Edward Mawdsley spent several days last week attending the world's fair. The trip was made in Mr. Mawdsley's car. The Missionary society will meet this week Friday at the church. Af™ l l-? , Short dev °t»°nal meeting White Cross work will be done A covered dish luncheon will be served. . .. The W. A. Parsons family, Btel- mond, recently spent a day • with Mr. and Mrs. Morris Parsons.'The ""• was in honor of Mrs. Morris Parsons' birthday. William Metzen recently sprained a wnst picking corn, and William . vtaiUng rounds of the Methodist church Sunday. He the district churches, and Fenton was first on the list. Beauty Shop Here Planned- Edward Weisbrod is decorating the interior upstairs in his building on main street. Mr. and Mrs Weisbrod'a daughter Lucille will open a beauty parlor there. Other Fenton Neva Mrs. J. T. Snyder was hostess to the Hook & Needle club Friday afternoon. Guests of the club were ' of the evening .to Tuesda Olen Hayenga, nephew of Pete Hayenga, came last week Wednes day for the corn-husking season Ty . . . ----- .»~un4u & acaaun He is husking for O. J. Borchardt ' ' Newe1 ' Irene Newe ' Lak > • Mrs- * • -' •• Porter Perkins. Tipton, Mrs. K. O. Stepheneon, Algona, Mrs. v ii£ ••• c Goetsch, Mrs. <H. J. Reeder, Mrs. w' J. WeisVrod and Donald Weisbrod. Mrs. H. G. Losse, Lake City, and Mrs. Porter (Perkins, of Tipton spent a few days last week at the home o« the Rev. and Mrs J T Snyder. The former is Mrs. Snyder's mother, and Mrs. Perkins is her aunt. The Donovan Browns, Estherville were week-end M P , ' Mrs. C. L. Osborn, and 'Hazel Weis brod were dinner guests at F. E Weisbrod's Emetsburg, Saturday. c The Rev, J .T. Snyder, E. R Schlei and Wilbert Holldorf lef Saturday evening for a few days a the world's fair in Chicago. .J ?v K Jr- Baile >'s. Iowa Falls and the Thomas Fords, Whitte more were entertained at A H Krauses's Sunday. The W. E. Stoebers, Ray stoe bers. and Wilfred Stoeber were en tertamed Sunday at Oliver stoe ber's Armstrong. • The waltber Luther League of ' a< Skati 4 Party evening rlnk las < Thursday The K. o. Stephensons and Mar- Sunday visit with relatives W. E. Stoeber was a business vi itor at the Twin nitw i..» .L v ',. were week-end guests of Mrs. ^°, r at the Twin Cities last week Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Char- j Wednesday and Thursday les Glaus. Mrs. Kate Doege, Algona, I . T . he ;Henry Filers, Council Bluffs spent several days last week with v ! slt «d from Friday till Sunday at her sister, Mrs. Peter Hayenga. Mrs - H *ttie Weisbrod's uay at The F. E. Weisbrods. Enwnetsburg . ' Pearl Ha »se is assisting at the and Mrs. Kate Newel were Sunday' jL ojne «' her »«t iparents Mr and dinner guests at J. F. Newel's. The Mrs> chris Widdel. nd E. J. Newels. Davenport, transacted business here and visited many Fenton relatives last week. The George Goetsches moved last week Tuesday into the house recently purchased by Agnes Gpetsch The John Campbells moved into the Jacob Hengel house vacated by the Goetsches. The C. H. Geronsins left last week Tuesday for Clinton for a week with relatives and to attend the 50th wedding anniversary of Mrs. Geronsin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wilson. Wolfe, Waterloo, the Carl , Klemme, and Ellen Wolfe, Whitteniore, were entertained at W. R, Wolfe's Sunday. Carl has been seriously sick but is rapidly recov- ermg. C ; L< Osborn - Hazel Weis- wi an o LolJa Warner drove to Wesley Saturday after Irene Newel, teacher at Belraond. she spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives Seares <l^ve to Rad- Mr. and Mrs. "you. A LOW PRICE FOOL Be sure you get chilled icre's a WE G chilled Shot 1'2 ga. high-base , , i * *• j \I\A KG shot m your shells-ther difference, s & Shells, 72c box 82c box, ,ase 3o-6 Modern, Attractive GLASSES We repair frames and match broken lenses. A. W. AMUNSON Fight! We are fighting depression win, i gains, tt is our only weapon but I bar ' sure usffig it We at-e B tt P p°? JnK * e ar « tomera with the «obds they warn »f ^ us which they cah Afford to pil Prlces nightie store .looked like f map Francisco after the earthquake need shoes and warm clothing s * P , I would feel like 'a coward if T back on my customers this fall Nm time to quit. The world loves' anT ' 8 "° • all the world hates a quitter Ir ?th " but fight for better tintesWe have manned? . guns, and, do lng,Qur«part,,by,f iring ; wl he at everybody that needs them. !galns . "Do unto others as though vou others" is our motto this fall a fact the greatest responsibility * any man has in this world ! This is no time to growl or throw mud. Now is the time Help yourself by helping^o ery day this month will be a bareain £ Neville's Shoe Store. The store i y jammed full of winter goods a oM You are welcome to thf m as long a last. When they are gone maybe^o u have more money, at least we hope prices will be higher. We do know t ottr next buying goods will be higher Reliable figures show that goods wholesale right now are 38 per cent than when I bought mine. or at er Jimmie The Shoe Man Algona, U. Dress Up For FALL SPECIAL VALUES Suits and Overcoat! $9.7$ $19.75 They were bought before tie] recent advance in prices, The very latest of single and 1 double breasted models-«lH gantly tailored by two of the: country's outstanding mantt-,| lacturers. -THE Boston Store! Headquarters for Bargains Special Fur Display *>ida) aud Saturday OCTOBER 20-81 Mr. Woolworth, expert Furrier, will be in charge. BOKT? FAIL TO SUB '" these wonderful and most dependable Pur Coats, Jackets, and Scarfs at moderate prices. Mat-shall & Swift's Furs need no introduction. They give satisfaction and are guaranteed. Payments may be arranged. Coats Priced From $55»OQ Come in and look them over. The Elite Shop "Where thrift are satisfied." an<| pride

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