Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1933 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 7, 1933
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llristinas REES fcerfl 16 Balsam Spruce t and pick your tree In our cool base- 1 you want it deliv- "pHcea range from J8c up to floe ORANGES ; Brand fine this year. ge Walnuts. Come in gome real nuts— feus). jt know it we sel sTmeats in Algona and find out for i her shipment of New /pure buckwheat direc |D from New York. 3 WANT YOUR EGGS •ong's IOD SHOP and Groceries. LUGWIG KNARY 76, LU VERNE DIES SATURDAY Lu Verne, Dec. 6—Ludwig Knary, 6, died Saturday after a brief ickness with bronchial pneumonia Born July 15, 1857, in Bern, Switzerland, Mr. Knary came -to <Uiis country in 1882, and six years later was married to Anna Blatti at llic.li, K03SUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALflONA, IOWA Iowa Meat Judging Champions . Mo. Five children were bom, but two died in infancy, and one laughter, Mrs. Robert 'Sidney, died n 1918. The fnmily came to Lu Verne in 1904. Mrs. Knary survives, with two sons, Emmet and iJdwin, and four grandchildren. Funeral services were held Mon- iay at the Methodist church, the Rev. Wm. >Baddcley in charge. Joint Meeting is Held _ A Joint meeting of the Loyal Workers 4-H club and the Farm Bureau was held at the city ball Friday evening, it was Achievement day for the club, and an exhibit of handwork was displayed. Cora Mae Masterson and Elsie Hunt gave demonstrations on new seats for old chairs, upholstering, and hooked chair pads. Mrs. Robt. Masterson, club leader, gave a summary of the club work done by the 18 members. Mrs. Muriel Leaverton, H. D. A., E. R. Morrison, county agent, and C. R. Schoby were present, and the two men talked on the corn-hog program. There was a good attendance. Dcclani "Winners are Picked— In a junior high declamatory contest last week Tuesday evening the following were winners: oratorical, 1, Gordon Dimler, 2, phi Lichty; dramatic, 1, Betty Dimler 2, Phyllis Lichty; humorous, 1 'Kathleen McClellan 2, Robert Lee Lichty. Before the program a cor net quartet, Phil Lichty, Robert Smith, Jack Holdcroft. and Wesley Schaub, played two selections, and •the girls' glee club and a Fifth and Sixth grade groups also furnished music. Mrs. E. C. McMahon Algona, was critic judge. TOWA STATE COLLEGE team which won first in the seventh annual intercollegiate meat-Judging contest at the recent American Royal Livestock Show, Kansas City. Left to right: Roy E. Olson, Ternl; Gleason M. 'Diser, Booneville; Thomas N. Scott, Perry; Roy M. Huntoon, Des Homes; Professor Beard, animal husbandry department (coach). MANY PUPILS ON THE HONOR ROLL AT LH, irocery Week-end iPECIALS s flats, pkg. 15c «es, peck, 19c meal, pkg. 14c another's, 2 Ibs. __21c not Batter, 2 Ib. Jar __28c i Meal, 51bs. ISc bins— !lbs 18c 28c 1 Powder, 6 pkgs. 25c ir, 10 Ibs. 58c s, fancy, 2 Ibs. 29c Golden Wedding in Wisconsin— Mrs. Samuel Steussy, Mr.' and Mrs. George Hanselman, Aaron Steussy, Mrs. Harley Chrislenson, and the latter's daughter Rose Ann, Coulter, returned last week Wednesday from New Qlarus, Wis., where they attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marty. Present were one couple who had been married 51 years, and another who had been married 58 years. Others from Lu Verne who attended were Mrs. Elsie Steussy and her son Melbourne. Tuesday Club Has Program— Mrs. Edward Hof entertained the Tuesday club last week, 16 attending and responding to roll call by revealing blessings they were thankful for. The program con- Lone nock, Dec. -5—The following pupils were on the honor roll for the last six weeks, having received an .average of <)0 % or higher: 5th grade, Doris Mac Blanchard, Lucille Ocnrich, .Mary Jane Hotius, Dorothy Jensen, WHma Marlow, Juno Rahn; Oth grade, Mary Ann Flaig Wallace Hobson, Tcrrance Padgett Viola Sprank, Vuanlta Wegener 7Ui grade, Bonrard Genrlch, Bettii Marlow, Arnold Rellly, John Sprank Sth grade, Jesse. Blanchard, Marloi Jensen; !)th grade, Shirley Marlow 10th grade, Helen Lewis, Beryl San ders; illth grade, Margaret Glad istone; 12th grade, Paiby Cherland In the first grade the list include 'Helen Jensen, William Thompson second grade, Eugene Mae Hotlus- Liiella AcUerm.'in, Robert Marlow, Helen Schaumberg, Luverne Schroder, Betty Ann Sharp; third grade, Catherine Mne Householder; fourth rade, Dorothy Hobson, Maxine Flalg. Editor's Parents Wed Here in 1873 Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Sturdivan jarents of EditoivPostmaster W W. Sturdivant, Wesley, are livin at Sherwood, N. D., and they cele >rajted the 60th anniversary .heir marriage November 17. Of in terest in that connection is th 'act that they were married at A ona, 'the event taking place FARM NEWS TV. J. Payne, Editor C. H. KInmp, Field Reporter. UNION M, & 0, CLUB TO SEND CHARITY GIFT Fred Duttpn, who farms 240 cres 4% miles southwest of Ellore, is still a bachelor, though he s perfectly eligible to wed. Fred s a former Algona boy, a graduate f the Algona high school in 1910. -lis father, who was Arthur Duton, died many years ago. In 1912 he family moved to the Elmore neighborhood, and one . or more members have lived there ever since. Fred's mother is now in Wyoming with her son Paul. The other children are: Walter and lobert, near Elmore; Mrs. J. L Bales, Cody, Wyo.; Wayne, Wyom- ng; and Mrs. Jeff Robinson, Rec Jodge, Mont. Fred, who has been active in support of the Farmer? Holiday Movement, had charge o: exposure of the wrong doing 15 years ago, more or less, in connec tion with the locally famous Nortl Kossuth 'Drainage District No. 165 * « * • Hugh McMahon, one-fourth mil from the Good Hope church, farm 80 acres, and he was born on thi .same farm 53 years ago. It will b 25 years this coming April sine Mr. and Mrs. McMahon were mar ried. They have two daughters Helen and Leona and Helen teache the 'Richard Potratz school in Lott Creek. Leona was visiting th Martin Duffys, south of WMtte more, when we called last Satur day. Mrs. McMahon has been be( •BWWWWrt mil Union Twp., Dec. 5—The Moth rs & Daughters club will meet ext week Thursday at Algona itih Mrs. Cora Bacon, who will be ssisted by Mrs. Delia Troutman. in annual custom, of taking gifts or a children's home, will be ob- eryed. The club president, Mrs. ulia Taylor, suggests that gifts be used clothing or toys, money, or anned fruits, vegetables, or neat. The_ program will be roll :all, the gift I treasured most of ill; music, Mrs. Sylvia Gunn; pa- >er, Is There a Santa Glaus? Mrs. Men Vogel, Burt; and Christmas Songs, Mrs. Gaylord D. Shumway, DeGraws Haye Family Dinner— Mr. and Mrs. Earl Taylor drove to Fort Dodge last week Wednesday to meet the latter's sister, Mildred De Graw, who spent till Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. De Graw, Algona. On Thanksgiving day the De Graws had a family dinner, with the following relatives present: the Frank Hofius family, the Claude Dearchs family, and the Earl Taylors, all of Union; Mrs. Julia Dearchs, the Henry Dearchs family, and the Cecil McGinnis family, Algona. The Taylors took Mildred to Fort •Dodge Sunday to catch a train for Cedar Falls, where she is teaching for the third year. FOR SERVICE CHRISTMAS ""* — Will Soon be Here — It is important that your wearing apparel be Cleaned, Pressed and Repaired ! Try] 7 ourSDry Cleaning Service! Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 637 1873. Twelve years later they | fast 11 years with rheumatism, moved to the then territory of Da- folding frame was made to be set <ota. Mr. Sturdivant is now 84 and up on her bed in front of her, and his wife 78. They have one other son aud four daughters. sisted of Thanksgiving poems read 1 by members. Louise Coleman, of Waterloo, Mrs. Harley Newlin, of Warrens, Wis.,. and Helen. Kuebler were guests. DUE —W e are always [right. . $1.58 tony Boy $1.68 Iss Minneapolis ___$1.S9 ar $1.89 Junior Class Play Tonight— The Junior play, Tiger House, will be given this week Thursday evening, with the following cast: Armintha Johnson, Phyllis Lichty, Maxine Sydney, Mary McClellan, James Parrell, Vernon Lang, Grant Jennings Jr., Nadine Snyder, Howard Wille, Otis Parrell. Public Supper A'ext Saturday— The Presbyterian Aid will have its annual bazaar and supper at the city 'hall .this week Saturday. There will be fancy work and apron booths, and a pantry booth. Supper will be served at 5 and till all are served. • County Farm Inmate Frank Vogel, 75, who us reported in last week's Advance, died at the county farm last week "Wednesday, was born February 4, I1S58, in Germany, and at 27 he came to this country, and lived in this part of the country up to a year ago, when he went to the county farm. He left the following nieces arid nephews; Mrs. A. Ackerman, Mi-s. John Sprank, Anna Flaig, all of Lone Hock, and Mrs. Glen Bhrt, Swea City. Funeral services were held at the Catholic church, Bancroft, Friday, with interment in the Bancroft Catholic cemetery- Surprise for Mrs. Robt. Schmidt— Friends took Mrs. Robert Schmidt by surprise on her 54th birthday last Thursday evening. Attending: Herman Ohm, the Herman Mittags, eth John Schallins, and the William Busses, Charles pijahn, Delbert Gcitzennuer, all of Lotts Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt, Lone Rock; Arthur Riedel, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Mittag, the Otto Ohms, the Edw. Ohms, Fenton; charcls, Irvington. The Delinar An- guses, Algona, and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough and her son were Thanksgiving callers there. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger entertained the Rev. S. M. G-ladstone, his family, and Mrs. Meryl Milligan and her children at Thanksgiving dinner. The L. ,T. .Johnsons and Mrs. Elsie Johnson, Bancroft,, we»e Thanksgiving dinner guests at J. M. Blanchai'd's. Mr. and Mrs. ,T. M. Hulburt, Glid ; den, came Friday to attend the funeral of Kenneth Marlow, and spent the night at J. M. Blanchard's. Doris Mae Blancha.rd spent from last Thursday till Saturday at Lester Johnson's, near Bancroft. Guests at L. R. Roderick's Sunday were the daughter Margaret, Mrs. Margaret Davison, son Bob, daughter Georgotta, and Mr. and •Mrs. W- N. Davison, all of Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dransfelclt. Doris Godden spent the week-end at Jay Godden's, Seneca. The God- dens and the Andrtw Thomsons were guests at the Victor Rogers home last Thursday, and the God- idens and the Andrew Thomsen's Sunday. Mrs. William this frame holds newspapers when she reads. Helen was at home Saturday and was caring for the Alfred Schmidt little daughter while the Schmidts were attending a funeral at Arnold Schmidt's. * # * * Arnold Meyer, who lives one mile Florence Gpetz is Bride- Friends in. the .township will be interested to learn of the marriage of Florence Goetz to Ruben Balvance at her parents' 'home near Ledyard Thanksgiving day. The bride has been employed at A. B. Schenck's at long intervals during the past three years. School Social is Success— Mary Gisch, No. 5 teacher, toad a successful program and social at Fischer, granddaughter Mary Ann, Mrs. Harold Fischer, and the latter's son Junior, spent from last Thursday till Sunday with Mrs. Fischer's mother, Mrs. J. N. Sampson, Ogden. Mrs. Ethel Benjamin, Armstrong, east of Lotts Creek, is one of the her schoolhouse recently. The net young fellows in the county whom proceeds were $20, which will we always find busy. He was splitting wood when we called Saturday. This is his third year on the farm where he re-sides, and there are 147 acres in this place. Arnold takes great pride in raising good hogs, and he is feeding 70 head at present. (He built a self-feeder which holds 70 bushels of shelled corn. He has 12 good milk cows, and is now milking seven. Arnold is married, and he and his wife have a boy three months old, named Gerald Lewis. * * * » 0. Hurlburt, two miles south and one mile east of Lone Rock, lives n what is called the Nafus farm, :ie name coming from a man who lany years ago was associated vith Perry McDonald in the lum- er business at Burt. There are 240 cres. Mr. Hurlburt is kept busy, as he hires little extra help. He was helling corn for feed Saturday, and laid he feeds most of his crop. He must be a good renter, for he has ived on the fadm 12 years. There are four boys and two girls in the family, and the two older boys are married, also the twin girls. The To Pack Christinas Box— :':ho W. A. Le-iningers, and the Frank Schumackers, Whittemore. . Junior ncctam Winners Named— Tlio junior high school declamatory contest was held last week Monday night, and the following pupils placed: oratorical—1, Vernon I-IolHster, 2, Chester Simpson; dra- The Evangelical Missionary soci- ] ma tic—l.Marlan Jensen, 2, Luella i Dates, 2 Ibs. ______21c 'Wheat Cereal, pkg. 21c er Snaps, Ib. lie out, 8 Ib. pkg. 15c ri, large pkg. 17c Cocoa, 8 ibs. 21e > large bottle lie and Heats. b«ef by the quarter *c to 8c Ib. f ( grind and stuff Sausages line Fresh Fruits, R. SORENSEN & COMPANY Phones 188 and 189 We deliver. jew and Used Financed ety will meet this week Tuesday at Florence Hof's to finish packing a Christmas box to send to a Kentucky mission station. Other LII Verne News. Among students and teachers home for the Thanksgiving holiday were Roy Meyers, Le Mars; Josephine Donaldson, Cedar Palls; Betty Holdcroft, and Wesley Baddeley, Sioux City; Doris Baddeley, Pocahontas; iLeonard Henderson and Ruth Lichty, Des Momes; Florence Barton, Fenton. The local teachers spent the •Thanksgiving holiday at their •homes: Supt. and Mrs. A. C. Evans and the Misses Swenson, at Decorah; Hazel Leupold, Superior; Norma Partridge, Owatonna; Ruth Smith, Manly; Mrs. Opal Morrison, Algona; and Fred Graham, Prairie Cl Xr. and Mrs. Harold Phillipsi and Mrs. Albert Genrich and- Stanley were at Sioux City from last Thursday till Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phillips, and the <*»««*» were guests of Mrs. Gennch/s sister. Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Newlm, of Warrens, Wis., visited last week at the home of the latter's J>™£f, Frank Chambers. They had been visiting relatives at Des Momes, Schmidt; humorous—1, Bettey Marlow, 2, Jesse Blanchard. The winners will now contest at Fenton and Lone Rock ag'oinst Burt, Fenton, Lu Verne, and perhaps Seneca. College Students Come Home— The following students spent the Thanksgiving vacation at home: Vera Morris and Malnard Genrlcli, Iowa State College; Beulah Gladstone Coo college; Gladys Stebritz, Hamilton business .college, at the Mr'* Kate Hawks home; Donald and Gordon Blanchard, State Teachers college. Teacher's Death Shocks Community Lone Rock was shocked Friday bv news of the death of Christine Knutson, Algona, third and fourth grade teacher here who recently 'had an appendicitis operation and apparently was recovering till a relapse two days before death. Miss Belmnan, Teacher, Sick— Evelyn Behrmann, fifth and sixth grade teacher, was unable to return Monday because of illness, and Ardith Knoll took her place. School, Faculty to Funeral- Schwl was dismissed Monday afternoon to let students and faculty attend the funeral of Miss Knutdsen at Algona. and her son Jackie were at Roy Jensen's from last Thursday til Saturday. Clarence Macumber spent from Friday till Sunday at Roches ter, Minn. Mrs. Arthur Davis, Emmetsburg spent last Thursday with her patents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pettit Dale Earing spent from Friday til Sunday at William Dudding's, nea Bancroft. Clarence Macumber, Lehigh. spen Thanksgiving with his parents. Mi and Mrs. F. E. Macumber. Banke and Mrs. N. L. Cotton were at the! daughter Mrs. H. S. Shelllto' Ames. Earl Earing left last week Wed nesday for his home at Campus 111., after an extended visit with re used to further equip the school. Miss Gisch is teaching the third year in this school. Death of Teacher Saddens— Many people of the township were saddened by the death, Christine Knudsen, who was niece of Mesdames Otto and Henry Engstrom, of Union. Christine did her first teaching in the No. 2 Gus- •tafson school. Corn Loans Please Farmers—• Nearly all the cornfields in the township have been husked out, and farmers with a good acreage yield and enclosed cribs are smil- ng often since the government is permitting 45c a> bushel loans. Other Union News. Patrons of the 'No. 5 school have lield two evening meetings recently, and are hoping to form a Parent-Teacher association. The No. 4 patrons formed the first association in the township, and have been meeting regularly since. The No. 7 ILLIARDS BOWLING BEER The Hub ;wo younger boys go to school Ralph, one of the married sons ives a quarter of a mile south o: his parents, and farms 160 acres Of course they help each other when need arises. Ralph and his wife have one boy, Ralph Jr., 3, and a girl, Rita Dorine, nine months. * * * * When we called Saturday at Mrs. Edw. Kressin's, a mile north and a mile east of the Lotts Creek store, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bierstedt were there, and were having a cup of coffee. Mrs. Kressin, Mrs. Bierstedt's mother, is farming 80 acres on which she lives, also 80 acres which 'she rents. Her hus- patrons have an active P. T. A. which is now state federated. Kathlyn Price, No. 4 teacher, and James Cooney, Algona, spent Thanksgiving at Lake Mills, the former's home. They were accompanied on the return trip by Edward Price, father of Kathlyn, who spent Friday here. Miss Price returned to Lake Mills with her father for the week-end. The Wesley Householders spent 'Sunday with the S. A. Bates family, Lone (Rock. Mrs. Bates and Mr. Householder are sister and brother. Leona Householder has had employment near Irvington for several weeks. 1 MWer Got A Load Here In Me Life; ThimBlokesBum GREAT HE ART COAL latlves here. He was accompanied by Clinton Guest, Bancroft. Mrs. Fred Newe-1, Fenton, and Esther Bailman, Trenton, spent Friday afternoon at R. L. Padgett's. They teachers of Mrs. Pacl- and were on the r way The Lewis Petersons, of Mason , spent Thanksgiving at e Mrs. Boyle's mother. Mrs. Harry ^your present payments "3 high we will refi- your car for you. and courteous AGENCY 125 Algona; Iowa 666 carriers' Saturday, tome. Fort and were on the way fiirl Has Intestinal Flu- Kathleen 14, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lynch, has been seriously sick with Intestinal flu. but Is Improving. Other lone Bock. ., R. Roderick and his daughter imogene drove to Des Moines last Wednesday to bring home Mrs. f .miiRA Coleman, wateuoy. Dransfeldt entertained JT»» fiwt day, Headcliw 99 Bliuute*. Malaria in sEEs*- ;ss 3L°s t »« 5 £ea last Thursday. iCharles Grimsehi hiT dftugflter, Mrs Roderick's last Thursday. R C Priebes were guests at Peterson's, Swea, City last Thursay Mr. and Mrs. * onrf Charles Zoller were , near Elmore. Mrs. John her son wrence were a were wiu , the A. W. are former gett. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Macumber took their son Clarence back to Lehigh Sunday and called on their daughter Dorothy at' Fort Dodge. The Otis Sanders ' family desires by this mention to thank the peo pie of the community o£ Lone Rock for help during the recent fire. Marieta Christenson, R. N., came home last week Wednesday for several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Christenson. Guests at J. T. Quinn's Sunday were Mrs. Bridget Quinn, Bancroft, son Charles, Thomas Quinn, Omaha, and the Ed. Farria family. The Ed. M. ai-lows, Zell, S. D. and the Ben. Marlowe, Rockem, S. D., came- to attend th e Kenneth Marlow funeral. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Banchard en- ertained the Ralph Rledels, Fenon. and Florence Householder last Thursday. •Mrs. Wm. Krause went to Sup- rior last week Wednesday to visit er daughter, Mrs. Orville Rosen- ahl. Supt, and Mrs. L. E. Godfrey -left ast week Wednesday night for a ew days with relatives at Trues, dale. Mr. and Mrs. Cotton spent last Thursday with the 'latter's parents Mr. and Mrs, H. E. Morgan, Algona. Mr .and Mrs. H. J. Rice spent Thursday and Friday with the later's sister, Edith Hoxle. Hampton The Rev, S. M. Gladstone con ducted Bible study at L. C. Gast's ; Seneca, last week Wednesday. Charles Zoller, Lakota, came lasi week Wednesday night for severa days at Fred Schultz's. The E. M. Jensens spent from last week Wednesday till Friday with relatives at Downey. Mrs. W. J. Cotton spent Friday and Saturday at M. Schloeman's Estherville. Bible Study was held last week Wednesday night at A. A. Krueger's Kywood Quinn, Art. prtebe, an* Mary Ann Flaig have been sick. The Mite society meets with Mrs Knoll this week Thursday. North End Dairy Picnic. •Bancroft, (Pec. 5—Members of th No. 3 cow-testing association gn their families are invited to atten an oyster stew at the Bancroft pub lie schooJhouse this weefc Wednes day evening fat 8 o'«lo<*. A pro gram will be given band died a few years ago. Her help consists of two sons at home, Orville and Ortvin, who will be 15 December 12, Thoug-h so young they help their mother faithfully. Mrs. Kressin stacked two large stacks of corn fodder. The boys hauled it in and pitched it onto the stack, and it looked to us like a fine job. » * * * "R. C, Baum, three miles east and three-fourths mile south of Elmore, moved back to his own farm. Some years ago he moved to fllue Earth, mostly for his health, for he had stomach trouble. He also spent one winter in California, which helped •some. Finally he went on a sour milk diet, which helped him most. The day we called he was .stacking orn fodder, which is about as eavy work as there is about the irm, and he was doing a good job, fhile he lived at Blue Earth he orked at different trades, includ- ig plumbing. That did not suit so ell, so he tried selling automo- 'les, which was a more interesting Pour Comers SATISFACTION GCARAN- more in Minnesota, but once ved southeast of Swea City. • * « • Godfrey Anderson lives a mile orth and six miles west of El- he He arms 1€0 acres. Last summer, hen we called there, he had not >een well for some time, but now e is all right again. He drives ai us to a consolidated school north- vest of where he lives. * * « r H. M. Hanson, Wesley, his daugh- er Maurine, who was graduated rom the Wesley high school in 932, and his grandson, John Dennis Deikmann, were Algona visitors jlonday morning. Mr. Hansen is a ' of the late Andrew Hansen, who came to Kossuth from the Story City neighborhood in 1890 and bought a half section of prairie northwest of Wesley. H. M. has ,\vo brothers, Julius and Carl, in, ;he Wesley vicinity; another brother in one of the Dakotas; and a sister, Mrs. Saren Nelson, in Oreson. Another brother, Nelse, died a few years ago. H. M.'s wife, who was a Minnesota woman, ds just recovering from an attack of typhoid fever. Mrs. Fred Deikmann, Wesley, whose husband has for many years been in the employ of the Kunz Qrain Co., is H. M.'s stepdaughter, and his daughter Florence is employed <at the Wesley Exchange State bank. Mr. Hansen used to farm near Wesley, and for 3% years he was carrier on the litonKa-Wesley star mail route till it wa,s discontinued in 1930. Union No. 7 P. T. A. members are practicing a Zona Gale play to be given December 15 at the Good Hope Community Room. Admissions will be 25c for adults, and lunch will be! served free after the play. The Leslie Walkers were Sunday afternoon visitors at J. P, Nickerson's. The Mothers & Daughters club meets December 14 with Mrs. Rudy Walker: roll call, Christmas quotations; peom, Luella Walker. The annual Christmas "grab" baskets will be a feature, no gift to cost more than 110 cents. The Lewis Broesders, the Orville Holdrens, and the Edward Rich family were treated to an oyster ste.w at John Sabin's last week Monday evening. Mr. Rich and Mr. Broesder helped the Sabins pick corn. The Riches were all entertained at Orville Holdren's for Thanksgiv r ing and the guests helped furnish dinner. Attending: the William and George Riches, the Ethan Lights, Burt the Edward and John Riches, the John Sabins, the William Dray itons, the Lewis Broesders, the Arch Walkers, Mrs. Edith Rich., son Karl. 1 The Carl Seips were Thanksgiving dinner guests of the Clyde Bristows, near Burt, and Calvin Bristow accompanied the Seips family here for a few days visit. The passing of Christine Knudsen is greatly mourned in this community, where she was for two years •the well loved teacher of the Lotts Creek No. 7 school, known as the Potter School. Verne and Merlin, youngest sons of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Walker, spent LESS THAN A BUSHEL OF ASHES TO THE TON CALL US. PHONE 229 . S. Norton & Son Here's the light You Need tor Every Outing... On • "coon bunt", night fishing, camp. Ing, tearing ... any kind of • trip wnw* you«r» out at night . . . yon DMO this new Colammn quality lantern. It'i juit naturally "mada-to-ordar"for inside and outtida uta. GivM an abundance of pure white tight in any kind of wind or weather. Pole man JUNIOR LANTERN ..___. ... „. ..»,wak|»x and burn* it* own (•• from regular untreated motor fuel. Equipped with Pyre* clear fUta f lobe that protects the mantles. Green porcelain reflector top. THE COLEMAN LAMP fit STOVE COMPANY Wichil*, KMU. Chica«o,UL Philadelphia, V*. lo» Ao*tlti. C*UE. 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