Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1933 · Page 3
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DECEMBER 7, 1933. WRate trocery SPECIALS FOR US,, FBI,, AND SAT, Irvington Woman Is Victim of Strange Sickness rim ucnnnnuc 10 -m_.. ~' ' • — — I HU WHAT 19C BUY Soda Crackers , Jell Powder Catsup ,y»vy Beans Laundry Soap , jw preserves ins Oil Sardines ,Blce Clothes Pins KOSSTJTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA «,Kellogg's Corn Flake , High Test Lye „ Cocoa i brittle Ammonia B Sani Flush and brash »ns Pork and Beans , new Bates , Macaroni , Green Tea .Raisins i Toilet Paper g. Cake Flour Washing Powder Cleanser ag Oatmeal .Salad Dressing sack Salt .Dried Peaches .Potatoes «, Pop .Corn Ub,pkgs.Lard , Cocoanut i Corn Ipkg8. Starch Itors Toilet Soap Ijtrs Mustard bottles Bluing I tikes Honey ItttsPcas lib. Fancy Cookies llg. can Cooking Molaises Ipkgs. Marshmallows libs, Elbow Macaroni f. Biscnit Flour leans Tomatoes i Ginger Snaps libs. Prunes |lg.pkg. Oxydol leans oval Sardines lib. Black Pepper leans String Beans FREE. FREE. FREE this adv. checked with > items you want and get a i Jig Saw Puzzle. est Little Store In Town* HEADACHE IS FOLLOWED BY COMAJBIOD Irvington, Dec. 5 — Mrs. Paul Hudson was taken by ambulance to ;he Kossuth hospital Friday afternoon .suffering with a strange illness, at first pronounced sleeping sickness. She had suffered occns- onal headaches the past few weeks mt prepared and enjoyed a big I Thanksgiving dinner last Thursday. !n the evening she suffered another' leadache, and went to her room to rest. She wont to sleep almost im- nediately, and Mr. Hudson was not able to arouse her later, Mrs. Hudson continued to sleep till Sunday noon, when she awoke, took food, and recognized the family. The first report of sleeping sickness has been contradicted, and the family is unaware of the cause or name of her peculiar disease. Mrs. Hudson's brothers and their families, the Erby Bensons, of Buffalo Center, and the Russell Bensons, Swea City, were here Sunday. Mrs. Ed Wolfe, a sister, of Algona, drives to Irvington each day •and will do the household duties at the Hudson home till Mrs. Hudson's return. Guests for Thanksgiving— . The D. D. Sparks family were Thanksgiving guests with Mrs Sparks' mother, Mrs. Jud Brown Boone. The Ben Dwengers spent the day at Hampton. Mrs. Stella Babin was a guest at Harry Sabin's Dinner guests at Elliot Skilling's Algona, were the Russell Frys, Fret Skillings, Frank ^killings, Rober Carneys, all of Algona, and the O L. Millers and Robert Spurgeons Irvington. Mrs. Joseph Wilhelmi and^ehildren, Bancroft, and the Lew Schichtls, Irvington, were guests of Mrs. Nina Schichtl. The K. P. Roneys, A. McLeans, and Mrs. P. W. Grobe were guests at Henry Lofing's, Mason City. Mrs. Loris Crawford and sons, Minneapolis, spent Thanksgiving and till Saturday at Frank Miller's. The Willard Gregsons, Algona, spent Thursday with the Leo Gregsons, Grinnell. Herbert Johnson, who picked corn for 0. L. Miller and who left for his home at Sedalia, Mo,, a week ago, has returned to the Miller farm. 'It is impossible to get a Job in his home state, and he prefers the climate in northern Iowa. SANTA'S EIGHT ALASKAN WOLF HOUNDS TITONKA, BURT RELATIVES AT S, D, FUNERAL SANTA GLAUS comes to Algona Thursday, December 7, he will have with him the team of eight Alaskan wolf houndswith their Eskimo driver, as pictured above, l He dogs of the Arctic have been celebrated in fact and fiction, and it will be an educa- lonal event for both children and grown-ups to see them in the flesh. SWEA CITY AN DIES AFTER 8 WEEKS IN BED Swea City, Dec. '5 — Charles T. Edwards died last week Monday night at the Cherokee State hospital. Eight weeks ago he suffere_d a stroke while he was about his duties as street commissioner here, and he was taken to Cherokee four weeks ago. There he developed erpsipelas a week or so ago, and his left arm had to he amputated. 'Burt, Dec. 5—Mr. and Mrs. G. C. biddings, son William, Hiram Ward and Mrs. Floss Shipler went to Wessington Springs, S. D., Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Nellie Ward, who died of diabetes. The funeral was Sunday. She was a sister-in-law of Mrs. Giddings and Hiram Ward. Her mother, Mrs. Belle Reynolds, and her daughter, Mrs. Frank Burger, Titonka, went earlier in the week. Notes Here and There [These notes crowded out of r&cent issues.] Surprise Reunion is Held— A surprise party was enjoyed at the Charles Reaper home Thanksgiving day when Mrs. .Reaper's brother Hiram Clark and family International Falls, Canada, drove in for dinner. Mrs. Sam Reaper Irvington, and Mr. and Mrs. <R. A Clark, Algona, had been invited to eat turkey at Reaper's, and when the Hiram Clarks arrived other relatives were immediately sent for and a Clark reunion was enjoyed. Other guests were the F. H. Halde- mans, Jake and the Dore Freeh families, all of Algona, and Flor- Johns Have Bridge Party— Mr. and Mrs. R. S. John were bridge party hosts Saturday even- ng. The guests were the Messrs. ml Mesdames J. T. Heaney, Roy lingsdorf, F. A. Ringsdorf, Jess Dugan, R. F. Elvidge, Wyott Stott, Charles Scott, C. E. Sigsbee, Henry Swoldt, E. C. Schwietert, C. L. •lolding, and J. G. McDonald. The Holdings received .a high score prize, the Ted Ringsdorfs a con- Eolation prize and Jess Dugan a iravel prize. ence Cast, of : Seneca. Clark is a daughter Mrs. Hiram of Mr. and Rev. Muhlemnn Shows Movies— A fair crowd attended the meeting at the Methodist church Friday night at which the Rev. W. G. Muhleman, district superintendent, showed moving pictures he took at the Century of Progress exposition last summer. He also showed pictures of conservation work taken at Spirit Lake. After the showing of pictures, he held the first quarterly conference, at which plans for the year's work were presented. Teachers Go Home Thanksgiving— School was closed Thanksgiving day and Friday for vacation. Condit Bowie went to his home at Zearing, S. J. Fandel to Stanhope, Anna Overgaard to Cedar Falls, and Mildred Anderson to her home at Milford. Alice Eighme and Charlotte Warrior spent the vacation in Burt. Miss Warrior has been quite sick for the past week or two, but is better. Mrs. Jake Freeh, and Charles Reaper, Mrs. Haldeman, and Hiram are children of Mr. and Mrs. R. A Clark. William, of Chippeway Falls, Wis., was unable to be here. To Winter in South- Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Rosan, son Dean, and Mr. iRosan's mother, Mrs. C. Davis, went by train to Chicago last week Wednesday evening, Mrs. W. C. Elbert, west of Whittemore, raised a few cotton plants in her garden this year. Last week the Champion had three samples on exhibition, one not yet opened, one starting to burst, and one all fluffed out ready to be picked. Editor Burdine promised to feature the exhibit at Saturday's Whittemore corn show. • • * • In keeping with Saturday's Whittemore corn show, last week's Champion was printed on yellow poster, which gave the paper a striking appearance. A front page feature was a big cut of an ear of corn. « * « « Burglars broke into the Estherville creamery last week Monday night, stole a SaS-lb. safe, carted it three miles southeast of the town, rifled it of cash and stamps, and left it in the middle of a sideroad. All they got for their hard work was $20 in money and $2 in stamps. • • * « The Swea City merchants association lately undertook to secure a bank and a drygoods store. A committee on the bank interviewed bankers in this territory last week Tuesday and reported encouraging prospects. An advertisement in the Sunday Register for drygoods store prospects brought a number of replies. , Former Supervisor C. 0. Peterson, now of Lakota, told editor Sperbeck, of the Swea City Herald, last week that in a driye to Eagle township in the dust storm of a week ago Sunday he counted 125 cock pheasants. In one flock there were 25 birds. • • * • >V. A. MacArthur, retiring Burt postmaster, has held the office 13 years. Curiously enough, he was first appointed by President Wilson, though he was an acknowledged republican.. This was when the president was making an ill-fated attempt to remove third-class post- masterships from politics. MacArthur has served under five presidents — Wilson, Harding, Coolidge, Hoover, and (Roosevelt. • • » • Some weeks or months ago slot machines at Titonka were carried off by thieves. The Topic now reports that they were recently found on the O'Hara farm, near Titonka, by a son of Harvey Graham, tenant. They had lain unobserved because the thieves covered them with brush. The machines had heen smashed and the money in them taken. • * • * The windmill on the farm where Mrs. Fred Baada, near Titonka, lives, was blown down in the wind and dust storm of a week ago Sunday. « • • • Trading Kossuth corn for Northern Minnesota posts is a new one at Titonka. Sever Pannkuk and a brother took a truckload of corn to a point near Brainerd, Minn., recently and brought back a load of posts. The Topic says they left eight inches of snow at Brainerd. Mr. Edwards was born at Hennepin, 111., March 12, 1866, and was- G7 at death. He was married to Jessie Howe September 30, 1891, and they lived for a time at Zearing, Story county, coming to the Swea City community 21 years ago. They farmed east and north of Swea City seven years, moving to town 14 years ago. 'For some years Mr. Edwards was street commissioner, and he performed his duties in an especially faithful and satisfactory way. The widow, three sons, Harry, Algona, Leo, Garner, and Ho, at home, and four grandchildren survive. There are two brothers, Waler, Sioux City, and Oscar, Madrid. Two children, Hazel and Arnold, are dead. Funeral services were held at the Baptist church here last week Wednesday conducted by the iRev. Mr. Siemens, and burial was made In the Harrison cemetery. The. local stores were closed from 2 to 3 p. m. while the funeral was in progress as a mark of respect to Mr. Edwards. Mildred'Fisher is Bride- Mildred Rose Fisher and John J. Haisman were married last week Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock by the Rev. Joseph Wolf at the Armstrong St. Mary's Catholic church. Thte bride is a daughter of Mrs. Adelia Fisher and a graduate of the Swea City high school. She was attended by her sisters Marie and Helen, and the bridegroom by his brothers Harry and Lawrence. The bridegroom's sister Dorothy was ring-bearer. A wedding breakfast was served at the parsonage; a wedding dinner at the Fisher home at noon. The newlyweds will live on the former Smith place, which, the bridegroom has farmed jthis year. The bride was honored (with a linen shower at Mrs. Otto ' Larson's a week ago Saturday, with Mrs. Nels Swanson as assisting hostess. ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO, I The best place to buy Feed, Flour, and Seeds. I HERE ARE SOME SPECIAL PRICES I 100 l))s. Ked Top Egg Mash, 18 per cent _______ $1.75 • 100 Ibs. Red Top Mash Maker, 80 per cent _____ $2.50 I 100 Ifos. Sunsliinc Mash Maker, 32 per cent _____ $2.75 100 Ibs. pure Bran ____________________ 90c 100 Ibs. Gray Shorts _______________________ _$1.15 100 Ibs. Flour Middlings _____________________ $1.49 100 Ibs. Hog or Cattle Mineral ________ .___ ____ $2.25 100 Ibs. Linseed Oilmeal _____________________ $2.00 100 Ibs. pure Oyster Shells __________________ 80c 100 Ibs. Swift's Tankage ............. ________ $2.00 100 Ibs. Bath's Tankage ____________ $1.75 100 Ibs, Medium Salt __________________ $1.10 100 Ibs. Stock Salt ___________ 55,5 50 Ibs. White Block Salt ____________ ___ " 45c 100 Ibs. Table Corn Meal ___ ______________ $1.75 00 Ibs. Wheat _____________________________ _~__90c 100 Ibs. pure Buckwheat Flow ________________ .$4.50 We carry a full line of Cereals, Corn Meal, Graham, Whole Wheat, Wheat Cereal (Cream of Wheat), Rye Flour, Rye Graham, pure Buckwheat Flour, and Pancake Flenr. We have Jersey Cream, Omar and Occident Flour, all fully guaranteed at special prices. Prices on Dr. Hess' Remedies hare been reduced. ALGONA FLOUR & FEED GO, Phone JVo. 257. Algona, low* C. C. C. at Decorah, spent Thanksgiving week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Coffin. George Manus, who is located at Dolliver park, also spent the week-end ait home. Isla Wallace, who has been spending several weeks with, her sister, Mrs. <J. P..Hawcott, went to Des Moines with the Senator Pattersons Sunday to visit a cousin and try and find work. Mrs. Jay D. Graham is spending a few days this week in Algona at the home of .h'er sister, Mrs. Aug. Strom. Her sister, Mrs. Will will be "held before the meeting" at I Dearchs, Denver, Colo., is also vis- 6:30. There will be election of of-tiling there. County 0. E. S. Meets Tuesday— Kossu'th chapter No. 201 0. E. S. will hold its monthly meeting Tuesday evening. A cafeteria supper ficers. A special meeting lor initiation is planned for December 15, to which the Algona chapter has been invited. FOR CHILDREN'S MS AND COLDS F The largest selling cough and cold' medicine in all of cold Canada is Buckley's ^Mixture (triple strength) it is now made in Buffalo >e people of the U. S. A. a wonderful medicine for as well as grownups—one "' and the ordinary cough is is safe and harmless—it 1 things up— , a 45 cent bottle handy in emergency—and don't fail ibborn old colds and _ it at Sorenson 'Drug or any drugstore—and money not delighted. ID GRINDING have changed my tele- number to 807 or 23. OEANGE MILL Fines, Prop. Algona From Chicago Mrs. .Davis and Dean continued southward to spend the winter in and around Tampa and Sulphur Springs, Fla., and in parts of Georgia. Mrs. Davis has relatives in both states. Dean is three years old, and holds the record of spending three winters in the South. They will return to Iowa in the spring. Mr. and Mrs. Rosan returned .to Irvington late last week. Corn Sealer is Kept Busy- Hugh Raney, corn sealer for Irvington, Plum Creek, Wesley, and Prairie townships, is .the busiest man in the four townships. He started his work Monday and that night had work piled up for days ahead. For the time being Mr. Raney will do nothing else but seal cribs for farmers borrowing 45- cents per bushel on their corn, Glass Taken from Wound- Paul Watson had several pieces of glass removed from his head late last week. The glass was taken from a wound received several weeks ago, when he struck and shattered the dome light of a car in which he was riding. Chicken Supper Postponed— The chicken supper announced for this Thursday evening has been postponed .till next week - Six Unemployed to Work- Six men were set at town work Monday under the C. W. A. Those who were given the work were Robert Jones, J. Neeland, Allan Carr, Roy Ollom, A. F. Carter, and H. Wiese. They will do work- on ;he streets, graveling, etc. Sandersons Visit in 8. D.— Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sanderson and The Harry MoElroys, of Eagle Grove, the Gordon Hansens, of Titonka, and the Will • Ringsdorfs were Thanksgiving day guests at the Roy Ringsdorf ihome. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf and son Warren, Esther Godden, and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Boetecher were Thanksgiving guests at the C. F. Whalen home. O. P. McDonald and Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald and little daughter went to. Sioux City Wednesday and visited till Sunday at the C. E. McDonald home. Clarence Schrader spent Thanks- Spencer Endorses F. R. and Wallace The Spencer Chamber of Commerce sent President Roosevelt a telegram last week Monday endorsing his monetary policy, as follows: "We endorse the monetary policy now being carried forward and the agricultural program of Secretary Wallace, and pledge our cooperation and support." Leo C. Dailey, former Algonian, secretary of the organization, was a member of a committee of three which prepared the message. Declamatory Winners Named— The second junior high school declamatory contest was held last week Monday evening, and two representatives from each class will represent the school in the first round of the county contest between the Grant and Swea City schools this week Wednesday. Judges last week were the Rev. Raymond Swanson, Mrs. J. H. Warner, and Elna Berg. The winners were: oratorical, Reginald Winter, Marion Koons; dramatic, Hazel XOOO Sheets of Good White Bond Paper iG Rohlin, Leona Lyle Skromme, Carr;. 'humorous, Buell Pearson. ANCE December 8 HIS Thursday evening. Serving will begin at 5:30, at 25c per plate. School Program Postponed— A program to have, been presen^- ed at the Irvington school this Friday has been postponed indefinitely because of the death of Martin FrankI and of illness. Much Snow in Minnesota— Mrs. Fred Andrews, Staples. Minn., writes that they have ten inches of snow and that the mercury has been at 20 degrees below zero. __ Other Irrlngton. The iRev. A. English preached a sequel to the sermon be delivered two weeks ago Sunday^ Both ser- day to, 'Sunday with relatives Hudson Fairview, and Canton, S., 1 D. They went chiefly to see Mr. Sanderson's brother, who suffered a broken hip recently. F. 0. Stows Have New Grandson- Mr, and Mrs. IF. O. Stow and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick and daughter Lucille went to Decorah last week Wednesday and visited till Friday at the O G. Stow home. The Stows made acquaintance with their new grandson. Pattersons Home for Thanksgiving Senator and Mrs. G. W. Patterson and son Kenneth came from Des Moines last week Wednesday to spend the Thanksgiving recess _ait home. They spent Thanksgiving day with relatives at Lake Mills. Coe Students Come Home— Einer Morness,..and Dean Clapsaddle, Coe college students, spent the Thanksgiving .vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Morness and Dr. and Mrs. J. Clapsaddle. C. C. C. Worker at Home- Myron Sanderson, who is with on the i." The & lOXINE I, Y* l/ w vvw-w v»o- ~"; j J mons have been founded conjunctions "as" and i text was "As a Father children, so the Lord pitieth thobe who fear him." . Mrs. Morris Parsons, £ rand daughter Phyllis Maxwell and Mrs! Austin Summers were Eagle Grove visitors Monday. , Pauline and Hugh Black and Norma and Lyle <Baney spent Sat- ^Mr^elThichtl'and children recently sSent a few days with relatives in Algona. , sold »t 4.UJ ± \s** Wrf^r-- —— r , the C. C. C. at Dolliver Park, spent the week-end at *he Fred Lavrenz and J. P. Trunkhill homes in the absence of his parents. lodge Observes Thanksgiving— Kossutih lodge No. 540, A. F ; A M. held a Thanksgiving meeting last Wednesday evening. The Rev. Bryden, Bancroft, was speaker. Other Burt News. Mr and Mrs. Everett Hodgin, Inwood, visited Saturday and Sunday at the L. H. Steven home. Mrs. Hodgin is Mr. Steven's sister. Mr. Hodgin is tihe athletic coach in the Inwood school. Mr. Steven's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven, Sexton, also spent Sunday afternoon at the Steven home. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Schenck and daughter Maxine accompanied Mr and Mrs. Horace Schenck, Titonka to Minneapolis Saturday,, where they visited until Sunday with L. H, and Horace Schenck's mother, Mrs, Sadie Schenck, and her daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Leo -Brayton and two children, Iva Marie and Lee, visited relatives at Marble Rock sgiving day. Mrs. Brayton's «,«,„.„ 'returned home with ttiem and visited till Sunday, when her bus- i3 lift parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Schra- e ral days las der. He is a student at I. S. T. C., p a ine home. Cedar Falls. The Jess Mrs. Anna Stow, 1 who is spending the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Iharles iPhelps, came Friday for a The Carl LOA few days visit with her sons, J. P. day to a farm and F. 0. Minn. Mrs. B. W. Brooke returned last week Tuesday from Aberdeen, S. D., where she had spent three weeks with her sister, Mrs. Meyers. The Wm. A. Ladendorffs spent Thanksgiving day with their son Ray in Algona Ray and family spent Sunday here with them. Paul Kriethe Jr. spent last week at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Kriethe. He is a student at Drake university. Raemond Koestler, Cedar iFalla student, visited over Thanksgiving and till Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Koestler. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Johnston went to Woden Sunday to visit Mr. Johnston's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bingiham. Mrs. Olof Olson, Elmore, Minn., came last Thursday evening to spend two weeks with her mother, VIrs. Anna Toebben. Mrs. C. E. Hammer and two children visited last week Wednesday The Paul Kruegers spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Krueger's people, the Riccerts, at Whittemore. The Harvey Nichtems, Graettinger, were Thanksgiving day guesta at the W. R. Carney home. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Reynolds, of Minneapolis; were week-end guests at the E. H. Staley .home. Supt. and Mrs. Donald Weir and family visited Thanksgiving with relatives at Estherville. W. T, Trainer visited last week Wednesday to Sunday with, relatives at Iowa City. Elda Sandt, Bancroft, visited several days last week at the E. E. 9O 5OO for 5Oc Suitable for your child to use in school, particularly in typing. Only a limited supply at this price. ACT NOW Advance Publishing Co* Movies Again Are Planned— Swea City is to have moving pictures again. Victor Leland will reopen the former .theater after December 15. He is buying a complete set of new equipment, and will have an adequate heating plant. The 'business men are backing him. Saturday night shows will be 5c and lOc, but on other evenings regular prices will be charged. Christmas Committees Named— Christmas plans are being laid by the town authorities. The following committees have been appointed: finance, G. O. Anderson, Carl Arnold; decorations, Thorvald Dahl, Ray Lord, Geo. K. -Nelson; treats, C. J. Appelquist, E. L. Han- Thpresons spent Thanksgiving with relatives at Ellsworth. The Carl Lovstads moved Mon- near Kensington, RichPomt to Saturday at the home of her parents at Akron. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer spent Thanksgiving day with Mr. Meinzer's mother, Mrs. Carrie Meinzer, at Fort Dodge. Willis Phelps, Morningside college student, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Phelps. Ada Schwietent, who works in the Algona hotel, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Bertha. Schwietert. The M. M. Chipmans visited last week Wednesday to Friday with Mrs. Chipman's parents at Marshalltown. Selina Clifton went to Buffalo Center Monday morning to assist in the bank receiver's office a few weeksi Lloyd Elston, who is conservator of a bank at Wellman, visited from Wednesday to Monday with his family. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Brown, recently married, were Sunday dinner guests at the M. M. Chipman home. The Harry Helgasona, of Armstrong, wwe Mr, and Mrs. Leslie Jenkins and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black were assistant hosts last week Monday evening to the Baptist Brotherhood, which met with Mr, and Mrs. Irving Urch. 'Eleanor Jenkins has been sick with the flu. The J, F. Devine, Union township, spent Thanksgiving at R. H. SkiHing's. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius had the Lewis Redings, Algona, and the S. J. Devines as Thanksgiving guests. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Chase, Britt, spent Thanksgiving with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Chase. Elsie, Effie, and Ernest Egel were Sunday callers at Chris Jensen's. Mr. and Mrs. William QDunlap entertained at dinner Thanksgiving evening the B. M. BurlingameSj the Thad Wickwires, the Isadore Eis- enbarths, and the Chris Chases. The C. J. Sills spent Friday evening at T. R. Pickard's, Plum Creek. The Pickards formerly lived on the John McGuire farm. The Irvington Farm (Bureau women will meet this week for an all-day meeting witto Mrs. Charles Egel. A lesson on borne sanitation and home safety for Iowa will be led by the H. D. A., Mrs. Muriel Leaverton, and a covered dish luncheon will be served at noon. The John McGuires were entertained at turkey dinner by the Mart McGuires, Algona, on Thanksgiving day. Hugh Raney spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday at Dea Moines, attending meetings where the corn loan plan was explained. Mr. Raney is local sealer. The No. i5, Irvington township, pupils are planning a program for ' week Thursday evening at 8. son. Knutsons 36 Years Wed— Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Knutson celebrated their 36th wedding anniversary last week Sunday by entertaining 20 persons at 6 o'clock dinner. Miss Berg sang "I Love You Truly" and other songs. Other Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton and their son Harry drove to Hastings, Neb., to spend Thanksgiving with the William Warburtons. They traveled bp night each way, going down last week Wednesday night and back Friday night. William is manager of a Kresge store' at Hastings. The Frank Thomsons, entertained a Mason City family, Arza Baskerville, and Lucille Thomson, of I Manchester, Burton Thomson, Ames student, and Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Thomson last week-end, including Thanksgiving day. Corn-Hog Talk Given. State Senator McArthur, near Mason. City, spoke on the corn-hog reduction plan at a meeting at the Titonka coliseum last week Wednesday night. YOUR DOLLAR IS WORTH A dollar at Gamble's low tire prices—within a few cents of all time low. Buy now for full none-skid winter protection. (Road-grippers 40 to 45 per cent off standard list. 34-13 guests at the C. (B. Chipmajj hope. QModern, Attractive GLASSES launch will' be served ^ffcej 1 the »ro- gram aw| the pipti<? is invited, to We repair frames and match brokqa leases. A. W. AMTOSOIf Optometrist, dopr south, of Call Theater entran.ce. 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