Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 16, 1933
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTIt COtNtt ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA Specials 15c 22c 10c First Prize Flour, d» 4 CQ 49 Ib. bag ____—*l • *W Vanilla Wafers, pound Soda Crackers, 2 pound caddy __. Sliced Beets, deep red, No. 2 can — Split Peas, green and yellow, 2 Ibs. for Dime carton Clothes Pins and 3 dime pkgs. La France Tablets all for Brer Rabbit Molasses, small can Council Oak Cocoa, 2 Ib. can Prince Albert and Velvet, regular tin __ Feet's Pine Tar Soap, large cake Oxydol, large package Oatmeal, 9 Ib. bag Frute-Gel, package Camay Toilet Soap, per bar Robb-Ross Wheat Cereal, per pkg. Raisins, . OCf* 4 pound bag fc*JU School Tablets, teach 24c 15c 23c 10c 5c 21 c 28c 5c 5c Irvingtpn Woman Sees Double plied that h* >bt*d f6r ttootar And Easier, Quicker, Better Ironing the Coleman AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC IRON The CoVrnp^ Automatic has every modern feature to make your ironing easier, better and to save you time, Has automatic adjustable heat regulator. Never too hot, never too cool STURDY, ACCURATE, LONG- LASTING THERMOSTAT • DEPENDABLE, LONG-LIFE HEATING ELEMENT The Coleman Automatic Iron saves you money, work and clothes. Beautiful in appearance; finished in lustrous super-chromium plate. (EK3ix) SEE THEM AT— KOHLHAAS & SPILLES NELSON HARDWARE GO, WATCHES CAR GO HEADLONG INTO CREEK Irvington, Nov. 14— Mrs. Arthur iRiley, Lu Verne, who was an Algona and Irvington caller Saturday, saw a double automobile accident which occurred one mile and a half north of iLu Verne that evening. She was en route home when she noticed a car in the ditch on the west side of the road. Other cars •had stopped, and just as Mrs. Riley drew up and stopped a car 'behind her pulled out and started to pass. Since it was Just getting dusk, Mrs. Riley believes the driver of 'tne passing car was not aware of the car ahead of her. (He soon discovered them and to avoid hitting Mrs. Riley's car or one of the others drove off the east side of _the road. His car leaped a deep ditch and came to a halt in a nearby creek. The car contained a woman and two men from southern Iowa. One man was reported injured. The car in the ditch on the west side, which contained Herman Hintz and William Moeling, Lu Verne, had got out of control, and Mr. Hintz was injured. Friendly Club Makes Quilt— The (Friendly club met November 1 with Mrs. Ray Fitch; Mrs. Robert Casey, assisting hostess. A large percentage of the members attended. A program arranged by the program committee, Mrs. William Metzen and Mrs. Peter Thilges, was given. Members of the club are at this time making a Friendly Quilt. Each member makes a block with her own name embroidered in the center. There has been talk of making a quilt of this kind for each member. The next meeting will be held Wednesday, December 5, at Mrs. Jos. McNeil's, Mrs. C. R. Schoby assisting hostess. Mesdames Fitch and Casey will furnish entertainment. Windstorm Does Damage — A considerable amount of damage has been reported as the result of a terrific windstorm which whipped the country-side Sunday Many report that the dust became so thick in places that houses were as dark as night, and lights were necessary practically all afternoon. Many trees were blown down and farm implements destroyed. Some posts were blown off and the stalks entangled in such a manner as "to render corn picking a hard proposition. Not least was damage in homes where housewives had just finished fall housecleaning. Sickness Afflicts tiie .-. Monica, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Studer, near Cpi*With, underwent an operation for .appendicitis last week Wednesday evening. She is now recovering nicely, and plans to go home soon. A few months •ago Mrs. Studer Was' also a patient at the Kossuth hospital for several weeks, suffering from systemic poisoning. The son George is still laid up, following an accident in which he suffered a broken arm. English Preaches on Luther — The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on "Luther's Heroic Stand," using as his text, "Here 1 stand, 1 can do naught else. God help me. Amen." The service w»s in honor of the 4'50th anniversary j of the birth of Martin Luther, who was bprn November 10, 1483, al Eisleben, England, and died February 18, 1546. Ernest Ziemet, 13-Year-Old St. Joe Lad, Dies Thursday St. Joe, Nov. 14—Ernst, Son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ziemet, died lost Thursday at 2:30 a. m. at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Ills, Algona, after a short, Illness with the flu. Ernst was born ^December 17, 1920, nnd was nearly 13 at death. Ho attended the St. Joseph Catholic school three years, after which he was kept out with a muscle ailment which afflicted him for the last sev oral years. For the lost four or five years he had been with his grandparents. Funeral services were held Sat urday at St. Joseph's church, the Rev. Father Francis Illg,, of Gran vllle, uncle of the child, reading the requiem mass. Interment was made In the St. Joseph cemetery. Pall bearers were six little cou sins, Norbert and Jacob Thllges, Wllford and WilUam Becker, Ivan Kohlaas, and Raymond Ziemet. Ernst Is survived by his parents, grandparents, four sisters, and three brothers: Gertrude, Elsie, Josephine, Gladys, Julius, Eugene ,and Arthur. Relatives from a distance were: Mr. and Mrs. Matt Becker, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. John Kemna and Dom- onlc Ziemet, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. John Besch, Whlttemore; and Frank Ziemet, Llvermore. Howard Kays'er Has Operation— Howard, 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kayser, was rushed to the Kossuth hospital last week Tuesday afternoon for an emergency operation for ruptured appendix. He a improving and Stella Bormann, R. N., St. Joe, is caring for him. Later: the child did not survive. lalifomian Loaves After Visit— Ted Devine, Los .Angeles, visited relatives and old friends In this vicinity last week. He left Saturday morning for Chicago to join his wife, who has been visiting relatives :here, and thence they will return to Los Angeles. Mrs Edw. Hammer Laid tip— Mrs. Edw. Hammer fell last week while she was doing her evening chores, and injured her left side, -ibs being torn apart. She is spend- ng a few days at her son William's, •ecuperatlng. Clarence Kramer to Wed— Banns of marriage were read for the first time Sunday for Clarence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kram- er, St. Joe, nnd Viola, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Philips, Clearmont, Minn. Son for Mic William Hammers— Born, to Mr. and Mrs. William Hammer, a son, November 10. The Infant was baptized Herbert Edward at St. Joseph's church Sunday, and sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. John Thul, To Cut Wood for Church- Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of next week'will be spent by the men of the .parish at cutting nnd putting up wood for the church, school and house. Other St. Joe. Leo Erpeldlng and Ben Bernard, Watklns, Minn., have gone home, after several weeks of corn husk, ing here. Adolph Erpeldlng, who accompanied them here, remained. Gilbert and Leander Arnold and James O'Keefe and Leo Carney, all of Eden Valley, Minn., went home last Thursday, after several weeks of corn husking In this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thul, Peter Becker, Mrs. George Thul, and the latter's daughter Bertha -spent last week Tuesday at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. George Lcnertz, Llv- ermore, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Ted. Wagner were Sunday evening supper guests at John Thul's. Mrs. Ted Wagner attended a meeting of the Jolly Eight club at the' Frank Cox home., Llvermore, last week Wednesday, Jos. Lentsch has returned to Matt Faber's, after several weeks at his home at Livermore, where he had pneumonia. John Kayser and a friend from Fort Dodge were here Friday and Saturday to visit relatives and to hunt pheasants. Laurina Stattlemann has gone home, after a week at James Becker's, helping with house-cleaning. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kramer and their son Vernon were' Fort Dodge callers Friday. The Conrad Kohlaas family were Sunday dlnnes guests at Charles Plathe's. •, Demonic Ziemet.West Bend, visited relatives in this vicinity Sunday. Zlta Thill, Whittemore. Is spending some time ' at Mat Faber's. Laura Schaller is helping with the housework at John Reiling's. The George Schallers, spent last Thursday at Fort Dodge. Earl Miller Grandmother Dies — The Earl Millers drove to Boone Saturday to attend funeral services for Mrs. William Dennet, Earl's grandmother. Mrs. Dennet fell recently and suffered a broken hip and leg, and it is reported that she died of shock. The Millers returned Sunday evening. Depot Affent to Alprona — Clarence Rosan is to be transferred from the depot here to Algona. It is reported that a man from Lake Mills will have the Irvington job. Mr. Rosan plans to leave his family here for the present and drive to and from his work. Aid Plans December Supper— The Aid met last Thursday, 11 Get Up Nights? THIS 25c TEST FREE If It Fails. Physic the bladder as you would j the bowels. Drive out the impuri-1 ties and excess acids which the irritation that wakes you Get a regular 25c box of BUKETS, made from buchu leaves, juniper •oil, etc. After four days test, if not satisfied, go back and get your 25c. They work on the bladder similar to castor oil on the bowels. Bladder irregularity is nature's danger signal and may warn you of trouble. You are bound to feel better after this cleansing and you get your regular sleep. E. W. Lusby, Druggist, Algona, and W. J. Denton, Titonka, say iBUKETS is a test seller. members and four visitors attending. The afternoon was spent at quilting. A supper was planned for December 7. Hostesses were Mrs. Earl Miller and Mrs. J. M. Cox. Qoldie Riley, 21, who died at her New and Used Cars Financed If your present payments are too high we will refinance your car for you. Prompt and courteous treatment. H. N. KRUSE INSURANCE AGENCY Telephone 125, Algona, Iowa SORE THROAT Positive relief in 15 min. with one swallow Jrf safe, pleasant Thoxine. Real prescription medicine—Not a gargle. Money-back guarantee at all drug stores—35c. THOXINE Sold by E. W. Lusby Drug Co. Riley. She died of leakage of the heart. Funeral services were held Friday. Head Abscess is Hea]in?— Pauline Sankey, 5, who recently underwent an operation for abscess in the head, at the Kossuth hospital, was brought home one day last week, and is reported recovering rapidly. * NEW CUPBOARD TO BE BUILT FORJ^C, AID Lotts Creek, Nov. 15—The Aid met Friday at the Lutheran school hall. Mrs.'Herman Reisner, hostess, assisted by Mrs. Noah Reisner. The Aid has decided to build a new cupboard. Mrs. Martin Meyer and .Mrs. Andrew Kading submitted a plan drawn by Fritz Heinrich, of Whittemore, who will make it and set it up in the kitchen. A quilt made by members of the Aid has been presented to the eldest daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Fiene who lives in Montana. Guests at the Aid meeting were Mrs Geo. Meyer, Mrs. Chris. Siems, and Mrs. William Hannaver, all of •Whitte- Mrs. Ernest Rosseisen and Mrs. Fred Dau... Fenton; and Mesdames ,T. Will, Louis Hackbarth, Adam Leib, Edwin Leib, Herbert Potrtitz, Arthur Dreyer, and John Schallin. 3nowi>lows Busy In Minnesota— Henry Wetzel accompanied his .incle, Walter Genrich to the latter's home at Alexandria, Minn,, ast week Wednesday, returning Friday with a truck load of Walter's oods, accompanied by his cousin, John Genrich, who is now living at WHiam Wetzel's. Henry found snow plows at work in Minnesota, some Janks six feet deep. Temperatures dropped as low as 4 below zero. Circiut Meeting is Planned— The Immanuel Lutheran eongre gallon has been invited to attend an annual financial circuit meeting at the Trinity Lutheran church^ Algo na, next Sunday al'ternoort*. This meeting includes all congregations in the Algona circuit. Evelyn Rndlg 14; Party— Evelyn Hadig was hostess at small party Sunday afternoon, the occasion being her 14th birthday anniversary. Guests were Lucille Meyer, Lida and Bertha Potratz former classmates of Evelyn at the local parochial school. Attend Martin Luther Celebration— Many from here attended servl ces at the Algona high school audl torium Sunday commemorating th temore, and the Martin Meyers and Ben Schmidts were Sunday evening guests of the William Lelningers. Lucille daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Erward Kucher, was sick over the week-end. Helen Radig and Delbert Kucker are also sick.' Richard Potratz is greatly Improved, after three weeks of sick- ess with dermatitis caused by In- iction In straw. Friends of Albert Bierstedt were reatly surprised to learn of his sud- en death Saturday morning with eart trouble. George Winkel gave a dance Frl- ay evening at Chip's pavilion,, Fenon, and a fair-sized crowd attond- d. Duck Evens Score With This Hunter First P. T. A. Meet Planned— The first meeting of the Irvington P. T. A. will be held next week Friday evening at the schoolhouse. A program arranged by a committee will be presented. Bridge is Being Built— The road from the Schichtl corner to the Sehulz corner is closed for a new bridge which is being built just east of the Frank Weber farm. School Program is Planned— Pearl Leigh, .teacher at the Lewis Johnson school, is planning a program for Friday evening, November 24. Other Irvinfrton. The Austin 'Summers family were ' at Eagle Grove Sunday. Bernice 'Hoveland. niece of Mrs. Summers came here with them for a visit. Dinner guests at the J. M. Cox home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs Theodore Goeders, Algona, John Miller, and Harold Sabin. Plans are being made to erect snow fences here. In many places the posts have been set up. Eunice Thompson is employed at the Tony Sorenson home. •Edward 'Ruble, Klossner, Minn., was bested in an argument with a ough duck one day last week.'The Slmore Eye says the chick flew into Ruble's gun just as he shot, and the ombination of duck and explosion bent the barrel of the gun and dis- ocated mechanismsMn the' trigger arrangement. He took the gun to Minneapolis to have it repaired, and vas robbed of his cash and had his stolen, 450th anniversary of the birth o Martin Luther. Frits Meyer 21; Celebrates— Fritz Meyer entertained friend at a party last Thursday evening the occasion being his 21st birthday Lunch was served by his sister Lo rina. Sunday Winds Do Dainuge— High winds Sunday caused cin siderable damage. The roof on EC win Mittag's silo was blown off, an small buildings were blown down. Other Lotts Creek. Elsie Kohlwes attended a recen bridge party at Fenton given b Irene Newel in honor of a Belmon trirl. Elsie and Lbrttta Meyer wer Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ev erett Dreyer. Mr. and Mrs. Stafford, Foi Dodge, spent Friday with Mrs. Ed die Kressin.. and Mr. Stafford too part in the pheasant hunting. Mi and Mrs. Stafford operate a res taurant. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thiel an Mrs. Max Bast and 'her daughte Arlcna. all of Algona, spent Monda evtning with Richard Potratz, wh lias been sick. Margaret Fiene spent the weel end with Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Driver Algona, at whose house she roomec while she was attending the Algona high school. The Win. Rusch Jr. family, Whit BURT FARMER IS DISCOVERED DEAD IN BED Burt, Nov. 14—Funeral services for Albert William Bterstedt, who was found dead in bed Saturday morning' from'heart trouble will be held at the Lutheran church here this week Tuesday afternoon, and burial will be in Burt cemetery. Mr. Bierstedt was born February, 7, 1885, on the Bierstedt homestead near Burt. He moved with his parents to Whlttemore for a time, and in 1906 went to Mnrmoth, N. D., where he spent five years. He lived near Hector, Minn., for a time, after which ho moved to a farm near Whittemoro. About three years ago he moved to a farm six miles west of Burt where he lived till death. Mr. Bierstedt is survived by one brother, E. C. Bierstedt, and six sisters, two of. whom, Dora and Car rie, lived with him and kept house for him. A brother, William Biers •tedt, died less than two weeks be- for him from lockjaw. Birthdays Observed Together— The M. J. Ryersons, D. -T. Hob. sons, and Q> J. F. Vogels were dinner guests Saturday at George Carroll's. For several years Mr. Ryerson., Mr. Carroll and Mr. Hobaon have celebrated their birthdays together, as they all occur about the same date) and this was their annual birthday celebration. Woman's Club Hears Program— The Woman's club met Monday evening with Esther and Ruth Hodgson. The program consisted of roll call. Thanksgiving: I&y, by Mrs. P. J. Kriethe; (Pilgrim Mothers, Mrs. W. A. Peters; discussion. Are We As Thankful as We Should Be?, by Mrs. H. O. Buell; music, Count Your Blessings. Former Teacher is Mother— Burt friends received announcement of the birth of a daughter, Myrena Lee, Nov. 4, to the Walter Gardners, of East Chain, Minn. Mr. Gardner is a brother of L. C. Gardner, school suprintendent here a number of years. Mrs. Gardner was formerly Cleo Boston, teacher here. Methodist, Pastors Hunt Pheasants— The Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Muhleman, Algona, and the Rev, and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell were Friday dinner guests at George Gray's, and the men tried their luck at pheasant shooting. Wedding Date Observed— Thursday was Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Chipman's seventh wedding anniversary and they invited in a few friends to help them celebrate the occasion. Baby Suffers Crocked Bone— The little son of Mr. and Mrs. li. H. Steven had a collar-bone cracked Friday when a baby-jumper in which he was sitting fell with him. Veterans Arc Given Supper— The Legion Auxiliary gave an oyster supper Monday evening to ex- service men in celebration of Armistice day. liickcn Supper is Planned— The Methodist Aid plans a bazaar nd chicken dinner for November, 4. Hete't R«i»ly for Old Hoover Joke Verne S. Ellis, early day Swea City Herald editor, sent 'Ray a- Spurbeok, present editor, a reply to a famous (Hoover Joke. Three years ago a Swea City democrat reported ottering a man walking on the highway a ride. The mart re- des«tted to walk. iLMt i the Bum*' fellow was sitting on a 8tump, afid when a kindly old gentleman offered him a lift he replied; "No, t voted for ftoosevelt, ahd ain't trying to go altf place." him home Saturday and spent the week-end there. The Methodist W. H, M. S. will meet Saturday at Mrs. D. P. Hobson's; Mrs. A. C. Bernhard, assisting hostess. The Queen Esthers will meet at Mrs. C. E. Hammer's this week Tuesday evening. Mrs. Hammer Is new leader. The teachers were Saturday din ner guests .at Henry Nelson's, where the men hunted pheasants. Mrs. B. W. Brooke left last week Tuesday for Aberdeen, S. D., to visit he? sister, Mrs. Meyers. Tlie Fortnightly club meets this week Wednesday afternoon at Mrs, L. A. Boettcher's. The Home Guards will meet this week Thursday evening at Vera Chlpman's. The Birthday Circle met lost Thursday with Mrs. C. I. Man smith. Mrs. J, W. Dorrance is reported sick. DANGEROUS m winter are Special Bargains from Algona 97.90 'ound ttlp In coichci. Go Deei J or 4 only. Return limit 2 d«§ from due of nlc. ...... ilfi SO round trip Hood ^Jlv«OV ... i M *Jtr •.!•••« irf , „ lOrRU CIB*"' *** 'equipment,' Go ihr air No?. 30 to D«e; • (berth of prior cir »e«t Mtn) leturn limit December 2 too st Live Stock E sit up,, will make even take notice. Chicago will keep " O n course. Theatres will [<. son's topliners; besides ,„,„ thousand arid one places anJ you'll want to see in this fed, swift-moving metropolis. ' l«w Round Trip Fgrei and ••rvlt* On All North Wen RAItWAV Irvington I Mr. and Mrs. John Jewell ' and r. and Mrs. Robert Jewell, all of Jewell, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Headley. John Jewell and Mrs. Headley are brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. .Percy Schichtl and Vaughn Schichtl were dinner guests at Jos. Wilhelmi's, Bancroft. Mrs. Nina Blythe recently spent a few days with Mrs. V. J. Schcihtl. The Arthur Riley s, Lu Verne, visited Sunday with Mrs. Charles Sankey, Helen Dole, employed at the Chambers farm, near Lu Verne, spent Sunday with home folks. Week-end guests at William Boldridge's were Dr. J. O. Gilmer, Milwaukee; W. G. Madison, Ames, son Archie; Doctor Howard, Chicago, son Hugo; Dr. D. C. iRogers and a Mr. Crook, also of Chicago; Attorney J. B. Morris, son Braddie Tug Wilson, Dr. J. H. Bradford, the Rev. John Alexander, and a Mr Glass, all of Des Moines. The men all took part in the pheasant hunting Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Jas. Christensen and Mr and Mrs. Winkie, Algona, and the Harry Sabins were Sunday dinner guests at Mrs. August Johnson's Mrs. Cornelius Larson, Mrs. John at Lake Park been with her son's daughter Minn., who had mother a month, went home Mon day. Mrs. Johnson, who has been in poor health, is much improved. The Albert iButterfields drove t Clarion Sunday and were guests a Ben Butterfield's. Ben, who i brother of Albert, and was cele brating a birthday anniversary, i recovering from a stroke he suf fered several weeks ago and is abli to be around again. The Missionary society meets thi .week Friday with Mrs. M. L Roney; Mrs. K. P. Roney, assisting hostess. Roll call will be answere with Thanksgiving Bible quota tions. A program has been ar ranged. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raney, nea Humboldt, are parents of a 6-lb son, born Saturday. Mrs. Hane is a patient at a'Fort Dodge hos pital. Mr. Raney is a cousin o Mrs. Ray Fitch.. An item in last week's Advanc saying that Mr. Rutledge had suf fered two strokes was a mistake Jt was Mrs. IRutledge who had th strokes, Sb,e is reported about tb, same. fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiHiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiniiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin Ready to Serve.... Our Finest Stock of Thanksgiving Suits S Coats We've gotten a great many men ready fora great many Thanksgivings and we can truthfully say' that even with advances in men's clothing we never had a finer stock to show ... or finer values to offer. Last year's suits at last year's prices didn't compare with what you see here today .., for the very good reason that no Thanksgiving ever showed the beauty and ingenuity in the designing . . . and after all, that's | what makes a suit of clothes. fexpect great things In style ... at prices you'll admit show extra values. IN SUITS AND OVERCOATS ' 15 to 29.50 Zender & Caldwell Vrist Broken in Fall—' Mrs. William Ringsdorf fell early Monday morning and broke a wrist. Other Burt News: J. G. Sewick took Mr.s Jay D, r'rahom and Lois, Kenneth,, and Jos. Graham to Ruthven Sunday to at' nd the funeral of Mrs. Graham's ister, Mrs. Oscar Cedarholm, who lied of heart trouble J. D. Graham •eturned with them, but Mrs. Gra lam remained for a few days. Edw. C. Smith, son Everett .aughter Cm^a and Mrs. Dolly Neff, Armstrong, and the P. W. Mitchells, Buffalo Center, were Sunday llnner guests at the Rev. C. B Mitchell's. P. W. Mitchell is a son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell. Estel Rents returned Friday from Iowa City, where he had spent ioui veeks, painting for W. F. Main Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle, who had been visiting her parents at Cedar Rap ds, and Einer Morness, Coe college •ode home with him. The Harold Grahams, Allan Gra iam, and Mrs. Ed. Nysven and son Des Moines, visited here from Fri day to Sunday, the Grahams at J Graham's and Mrs. Nysven and her son at W. H. Klamp's. Mr. and Mrs. C. C Parish and daughters Marie and Pelores anc niece, Patricia Stow, and Glen Per ry, all of Newton, came for phea sant hunting,, and were week-enc guests at J. p. Stow's. , Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Couch.. Max well, visited at the J. J. John and R. S. John homes Friday and Sat urday, and Mr. Couch took i n th pheasant hunting. They are rela lives of the Johns. The W. W. Boettchers and 'O. H Grahams, Fenton, spent he week end wih Mrs. Graham's sister, 'Mrs R. J. de la Hunt, Ames, and "at tended a football game. Jjilrs. Maude Hanna, Mrs. D. L McDonald, and the latter's littl daughter were dinner guests las week Wednesday at John McDon aid's, Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lynch Lon Rock, ar e parents of a.'son, born November «. Mr. and Mrs. Fern Sewick also have a new son bor Saturday. Maurice Coffin,*ith the C. C. C at Caledonia, Minn., spent from las, Thursday to Saturday with his pai ens, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Coffin. Mrs. Tillie Dexter returned las week from Truman, Minn., whei she spent several weeks with he daughter,, Mrs. Ranney Putz. The Victor Lowes, Algona,. an Mr. . and Mrs. w. W* Schroye Hampton, were Sunday visitors a Mrs. Lillian Sheldon's. Z. 10. Armstrong and a Mrs. Quin Des Moines, and Mrs. Niel Nielson Spencer, were week-end guests a J. A. Armstrong's. A. C. Wickwire, Des Moines, an Roscoe Iliff, Webster City., came u for pheasant shooting and visite at J. H, Graham's. Mrs|. Bei'ton Isenberger, De 1 Moines, came last Thursday to vis her sister, Mrs. M. L. Vinaos al the Marvin Hotel: J. C; Reidt Ames, oam$ for th hunting Friday, w&lter Hanna too Wt fltt OIM M*T CLOTHING AND SHOES ^IIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH rsj- I FIRST TRIED BUTTER-NUT BECAUSE A FRIEND RECOMMENDED IT... I USE IT NOW BECAUSE IT IS THE MOST DELICIOUS COFFEE I EVER TASTED! " -, *&^l> >,s,-.^f- '• ** *• r * >«^rcs %'>'>.' ' ,S5x -t V>-3vi£S

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