Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 11, 1934 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 11, 1934
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if AGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, I6WA TtttHSDAY, JANUARY 11,1934 Kan't Go Hong Corn fed beef quarters, and 8 cents a pound. Call 15F22, Algona | ALVIN L. WEBER f Irvlngton aninonononnnn Xine Up With a Home-Owned Store LONG'SFOODSHOP RIGHT NOW •we are selling lots of Long's 19c (Peaberry Coffe and Long's 19c pel %-lb. package of Japan tea. Gel in line and get your share. ALSO— Chase and Sanborn Coffee Folger's Hills Butter Nut All four of these brans at 35c per pound And for a few days 3 1 Ib. cans $ CLEAN-UP ON NUTS Hickory Nuts, f — (per pound *^ ** iBlack Walnuts, per pound Peanuts, Jumbo, 1 Q ft & Ibs. -L«7C English walnuts, per pound SEEDLESS RAISINS 2 pound 1 O „ package -*• & C/ 4 pounds for Nothing better for Pies. 5c 18c 25c WE WANT YOUR EGGS LONG'S WHITE'S GROCERY Week End Prices What Buy 2 Ibs. Graham or White * Crackers 2 pkgs. Kellogg's Corn Flakes 25c size K. C. Baking Powder 5 rolls 1000 sheet Toilet Paper 4 pkgs. Macaroni or Spaghetti 1 large pkg. Rinso 1 large pkg. Oxydol 1 large pkg. Cake Flour 4 cakes Camay Soap 5 Ib. sack Pancake Flour 3 Ib. bag Raisins 4 pkgs. Jell Powder 1 quart Bread and Butter Pickles 1 8-oz. bottle Vanilla Flavor 1 cake i'S CASTILE rWITH 5 large Bars of P&G 19c RsEiissiESfogES t YOUR FKIENP Xy AT MEALTIMr 5c 15c 5c 22c 25c 25c Fmte-Gel, asst. flavors, pkg. Van Camp's Spaghetti, 2 cans Palm Olive Soap, cake Crackers, 2 pound box Salmon, tall cans, 2 for Sardines, in oil, 6 for White Loaf Flour, 49 Ib. bag First Prize Flour, & 4 f*n 49 Ib. bag $1.59 Tac-Cut Coffee, ^-f^ pound can £ I C Aunt Dinah Molas- 4 ft ses, No. 2 1-2 can __ I «f C Grapenut Flakes, ft_ package $JG Club Frankfurters, Mild Cure Summer 4 m Sausage, pound I 4C Bacon Squares, 4 ft pound I IIQ Pure Lard, ^C^ 4 Ib. carton bOC Golden Brown Sugar, 2 Ibs. __. Corn Meal, 4 «* B Ib. bag 1 3C Business Club Enjoys Varied Program, Election NAME DEHNERT PRESIDENT OF LU VERNE C,G, Lu Verne, Jan. 9—<The Community club met Monday evening at the H. S. gymnasium, 100 attending. E. H. Dehnert was elected president; Gottlieb Hanselman, vice; P. C. Lichty, secretary-terasurer; Edw. Anderson, Otto Wille, and J. L. Eustace, members executive committee. The program consisted of music by the LuVerne orchestra, two wrestling bouts by high school boys, a stunt by a group of H. S. boys, a vocal duet by the Dennis brothers, a mouth harp solo and a violin solo by Gerald Anderson, guitar and harmonica music by Carl Hanselman and Herman Voight, music by a German band from Algona, and a talk on supporting the administration by the Rev. R. E. Cook, former Lu Verne man now at Renwick. The next meeting was set for Monday even- 'ng, January 22. [Jode Girl is Married— The Rev. L. Wittenburg officiated ast week Wednesday evening when ^.hoda Olson and Leo Brockmann, 3cho, Minn., were married at the lome of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Olson, Bode. Miss Olson was a parishioner of the Rev. Ir. Wittenburg when he had charge of the Livermore church. Saturday ifternoon Mrs. Wittenburg, Mrs. John Olson, daughter Presia, and rs. William Moeding attended a shower at Bode in honor mde. of the Declamatory Work Begun By 13 Pupils at Ledyard Ledyard, Jan. 9 — Declamatory work has been begun by the following 13 pupils: oratorical—Kenneth Thompson, Glen Reece, and Alvin Depping; dramatic—Lyla Hamm, Marjorie Matzener, Cleo Gable, Lois Wilson, Evelyn Mayne, and Aleibha Brack; humorous—Edith and James Logan, Lillian Sanders, and Freda Schadendorf. Shower for New Bride— • A miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs. Alfred Miller was held at the home of Mrs. Tice Brack December 28, and 75 attended. Mrs. Miller was Violet Pingle before her marriage December 22 by the Rev. Depping. Ralph Olson sang "Oh Promise Me," accompanied by Mrs. (Elaine Johnson, and the couple were at- in-law, Gus Winkleman, Wheaton, IH., was there, too. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Anderson's daughter Evelyn, a telephone operator in Chicago, had undergone an operation for appendicitis there Saturday. Mrs. Glenn Yahnke entertained the Methodist Aid last Thursday. Due to inclement weather the attendance was small. The Rev. Father tained the Sacred Sturm Heart enter- church choir at 6:30 dinner last week Tuesday at his home. The,Cecil Petersons spent New Year's with his parents at Sanborn, and his brother Jack returned with them for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schrader's tha . The bride received many useful gifts. The couple will begin farming north of town in March. Independents Lose to Fenton— The local independent basketball ;eam was defeated by Fenton 28-25 :n a game here last Thursday even- Tig. Members of ,the local team are: Frank Moulton, A. E. Lauritzen, Harold Granner, Elmer Zielske, Paul Nitz, and William Wiemer. Mrs. Mayne Loses Father — Mrs. Joe Mayne .received word December 29 that her father Thomis Clendening, of Palmer, Idaho, lad passed away. He had been in poor health for several years. Tests Given at School— The Stanford Achievement tests vere given to children in grades 1! ke, last week. and is under the care of Dr. Sommers. Genevieve Kitley's sister, Mabel, returned from Hardy with her New Year's and visited here last week. Mrs. Frank Redinger, of Des Moines, spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Blanche Jenks. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jenson were called to Jewell Friday by illness of the latter's parents. The Kings Heralds met at the Ed Halvorson's Saturday. Their leader is Mrs. Edw. Knoner. This week completes the first half of the school year and semester tests are being given. Mrs. George Dunn is ill with the "flu" and Lydia Junkermeier helping with the work. Helen Jenson, Buffalo Center, visited her sister, Mrs. Glen Yahn- is Jraduating 1 Class Has Reunion- Charles Wolf and Herbert Loth- •inger drove to Grand Mound Saturday, and were accompanied home Sunday by Mrs. Wolf, daughters Barbara and Betty, and Hilde- ?aarde Lothringer, who had spent a veek at Davenport and another at "Jrand Mound with relatives. Fri- ay evening Mrs. Wolf was hostess •eunipn. Mrs. Barbara Lothringer 'emained for a longer visit. ,'Iub Meets in Country- Mrs. Bernard Wolf was hostess to he J. J. club at her country home >iday, eight members and two uests, Mrs. William Miller and Irs. Wilma Mosher, attending. Mrs. Jonel Eustace read a paper on owa's Leading Men, and Mrs. Willam Hefti gave a brief history of owa._ Mrs. Albert Helti conducted social hour, and plans were laid or a party at the City Hall Janu- ry 19. urprise for airs. Kate Huff— The Larkin club to which Mrs. vate Huff belongs took her by sur- rice last week Tuesday evening by •oing to her home to help her cele"- rate a birthday. The evening was pent at cards and visiting, and unch provided by the guests was erved. lethpdist, W. H. 31. S. Meets— Thirteen women attended a Janu- ry W. H. M. S. meeting at Mrs. H. !. Allen's last Thursday. Mrs. Peter 'hompson led devotions, and Mrs. 30 ^. w "eet. Mrs. Ray Stoner also spoke, nd plans were laid for a party. Vrestling Match Here Tonight— The public and parochial schools eopened Monday. In high school vork began on the declamatory ontest, 32 entering. There will be . wrestling match against Eagle trove here this week Thursday ight and a girls' basketball game t Lone Rock Friday night. icliool Kids Go Coasting— The little hill at Florence Hof's •as a busy place last week when here was a school vacation and ood coasting, stop signs were put P by the Hofs and by the Charles Volf's to avoid accidents. enneth Sorenson at Hospital- Kenneth Sorenson is again a ~i,m. .vir. Carson ana one rtausrh- T^^L™ AT*. 0 !*. I'o^Pital- ! e r- Mrs. Hannah Nelson, with the .o 10, inclusive, last week Wednesday. Mrs. P. W. Recce Sick — Mrs. P. W. Reece has pneumonia and a trained nurse, a Miss Goodrich, of Elmore, is caring for her. Other Led yard News. Mrs. Gladys Pugsley, Des Moines, and daughter and the Fred Reeces spent the week-end with .the P. W. and Ed Reeces. Donald and Edwin Pugsley returned home with them after two weeks vacation here. Howard and Joe Maynes attended the funeral of Vestal Thackeray at Armstrong last Thursday. Mr. Thackeray was fatally injured Christmas day in an accident on •highway No. 169. The Glenn Yahnkes spent Sunday with the Julius Jensons, Buffalo Center, Mrs. Yahnke's brother- LAKOTA PAIR WED ON LAST DAY OF 1933 Lakota, Jan. 9 — Louise, daughter of the late Mrs. Bertha Nitz, and 'Ralph Clark were married at the Lutheran church Sunday, December 31, at 12 noon, the IRev. Mr. Boese, pastor, officiating. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nitz. Only members of the family were invited, and they gathered at the home of the bride following the ceremony, where a buffet luncheon was served. Mrs. Clark has been. clerk at the C. R. Smith store for several years, and Mr. Clark is assistant at the Hansen garage. Mrs. Clark's mother, it will be recalled, died recentlv as thp TROHH The Methodist choir meets this week Thursday night at the Howard Mayne's. The Ralph Olsons returned Friday from two weeks with relatives at Ellsworth. A card party was given by the Sacred Heart church last Thursday Harold Granner refereed a basketball game at Whittemore Friday night. Ray Marquis went to Jackson, Minn., last Thursday for a visit. Juanita Underkofler spent the week-end at her home at Britt. D. A. Carpenter and 1,. A. Nitz spent Friday at Mason City Mike Keller is critically ill a t his home south of town. Alice Weaver is working for Charles Baschara. •Alice Hagge is ill with the mumps. Year's with the Elmer Ericksons at Thompson,' and Mr. and Mrs. Gisle Anderson and their baby came home with them to spend most of last week here. Mrs. Anderson is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Buckels. Mrs. Julia Wortman, Mrs. J. R f! W and Gertrud e Wortman attended a post-nuptial shower at Ledyard a week ago in honor of Mrs. Alfred Miller, nee Violet Pin- gie. T '^ le - t ? er- F ' Oi J °hnson and Mrs. ™ Warburton, and the Rev. and Mrs. Albert Howe, Buffalo Center, attended a district Methodist meeting at Algona Monday. Dorothy Koppen came home last week Tuesday from the hospital at Buffalo Center, where she underwent an operation recently. She is recovering. Mrs. Harold Fletcher's sister Gladys Crosley, who had spent two m ("VM t ~\1 n 1, 1 1* «•-» UJJ^m, I* VV \J months here left a week ago for St. Paul, where she has resu,n«1 BUBT WOMEN STUDY STAGE AS GLOB WORK Burt, Jan. 9—The Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. A. H. Meinzer's, with Charlotte Warrior as assistant hostess. The program was the first of a series on '^Glimpses of Stage Polka and Their Stages." It consisted of a aaper on "iStage Diction. The Eng- Ish Actor's Heritage, by Mrs. W. T. Peters, and a review of George Arliss's Up the Years from Bloomsbury, by Mrs. J. T. Heaney. Many Students Return to School— iRaemond Koestler returned to Cedar Palls Sunday to resume her school work after spending her Christmas vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler. Irene Aten is also a student at Cedar Palls this semester. Clarence! Schrader also returned to his school work there Sunday. Slippery Roads Delay Installation— Because of slippery roads the Joint installation o'f officers of the .Rebekah and I. O. O. P. lodges, which was to have been held last Thursday evening, was postponed till January 18. The installing team from Algona were unable to be present last week. Appointed to Forestry Servicee— _ 'Russell Ohipman went to Muscatine last Thursday, where he has been appointed to a position in the U. S. forestry service. He will have charge in Muscatine and Louisa counties of a survey of timber land which is being made throughout the state. Will Assist Bank Receiver— • jSelina Clifton went to Farnhamville last week Wednesday to assist the receiver of the First National bank there for a time. P. T. A. Meets Next Thursday— The P. T. A. will meet next Thursday evening at the school. The subject' of the program will be Home Entertainment. Bank Stockholders Meet— The annual stockholders' meeting of the Burt Savings bank was held this Tuesday in the directors' room of the bank. Nursery School Being Formed Some effort is being made to start a nursery school here, but the matter has not been definitely settled yet. County legion Meets Thursday A county Legion and Auxiliary meeting will be held here Wednesday evening, January 24. Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Morness entertained Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. MacArthur, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Trainer, and B. W. Brooke last week Tuesday evening. Cards formed the evening's entertainment and refreshments were served. Mrs. Clara White, who had been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. visited his friend, Mrs. Floss Bhip- ler, and Burt relatives. Mr. and Mrs. M. (L. Vinaas and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham were Sunday evening supper guests at the W. H. Klamp home. Mr. and Mrs. Mennett Trunkhill are parents of a daughter, born Saturday, December 30. They have one other daughter. John Anker, Box Elder, S. D., visited last week Wednesday and Thursday at the home of his niece, Mrs. G. C. Giddings. Katherine Manus, who teaches near Lu Verne, .spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Manus. Mr. and Mrs. !P. A. Ringsdorf entertained a group of friends at a bridge party Monday evening. iDr. W. T. Peters returned Friday from Rochester, Minn., where he attended a medical meeting. The Queen Esther Circle met Tuesday evening at the home of Lora Graham in the country. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney were Sunday visitors at the Mrs. Blanche Jenks home in Ledyard. (Betty Lockwood, Hardy, spent last week at the home of her uncle, W. J. Lockwood. Vernon Wallace, Mason City, is visiting at the home of his sister, Mrs. G. P. Hawcott. The J. G. Sewicks were Sunday dinner guests at the J. T. Graham home near Algona. The iRev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell attended the District Conference at Algona Monday. Four Corners The P. C. Mothers & Daughters 1 club meets this week Thursday with Mrs. ILoretta (Broesder. Roll call will be answered with Iowa authors, and a paper on the history of Iowa will be read by Mrs. Ruby Walker. Mrs. Elsie Lindeman, who had visited relatives at (Davenport, came back a week ago Sunday and is with the William Draytons. The John Gettmans, Mason City, spent part of last week with the John Saibins and other relatives. Mrs. Gettman and Mrs. Sabin are sisters. The Gettmans went to Fairmont Friday to visit a brother of Mr. Gettman, but came back to the Sabins home Sunday. They were dinner guests of the Edward Riches Monday, and went home Tuesday. Mrs. Leo Demuth, Milford, was a guest of the C. N. 'Robinsons from last week Wednesday till Friday. She was en route home from Wisconsin, where she attended a funeral. She is a sister of Mrs. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Holdren were supper guests of the Edward Riches last week Wednesday evening in honor of the Richs' tenth wedding anniversary. The Jesse Hohensteins, Amboy Minn, were at A. R. Cruikshank's one day last week. Jessie is a nephew of Mrs. Cruikshank and the 'only son of Mrs. Laura Hohenstein. •Mrs. M. J. Royce, mother of Mrs. Howard Witham, was taken to the Kossuth hospital a week ago Saturday with pneumonia and complications, and is now much improved. The Aeijelt Meyers family, Ringi ., .. . A. j . Will Ringsdorf and other relatives ^ ' ,T ere at J ' |P - Nickerson's for 'here, left last Thursday with Mr , v Yea ?" s - Mr. Myers, who has and Mrs. Herman Dau for her i, • en havln « considerable trouble in of burns. Mrs. Clark and her mother lived together . Former Lakotan is Dead- Several persons from Lakota attended the funeral of Mrs. Samuel Larson at Elmore last Thursday. The Larsons formerly owned and lived on the farm east of town now occupied by Ubbe Heyes. They moved to Elmore and lived on a small acreage just west of that town. A son John died last March, and a daughter, Elizabeth, died last April. Mr. Larson and Ie is to be put in a new cast be- ore he is brought home. Other Lu Yerne News. A change has been made in the alendar of the Progressive Wom' n's club, and the meeting .-eek Friday will be held at lome of Mrs. A. J. Evans. this the . Mrs. Harold Phillips returned unday from two weeks with her nother at Brighton, and was ac- ompanied her sister, Dorothy Hel- inck, Estherville teacher. The Lutheran Aid met last Thurs- , latter's four sons, survive. Hannah's husband died four or fivf years ago. Mrs. Larson was born in Denmark, but came to America when she was a young girl. She was G5 years old. Club Studies New Things- Mrs. E. B,. Worley entertained the Acorn club last Thursday, and 19 members attended. After a business meeting the following program was given: roll call, name something new; a new movie-cradle song, Mrs. Gertrude Schissel; as usual. Mrs. Grant Jennings, Jeanne, and Grant Jr. drove to Boone Sunday and Jeanne remained to continue i »*.*. **»w.i, IW.3L, j.nuiri~ — —"i-it -i* 10. \jci.ij uuc oiriiissei day at the church, Mrs. Fred Per- a new book, Miss Bishop, by Bess gande hostess. Due to slippery Streeter Aldrich, reviewed by Mrs •oads, attendance was not as large Vera Williams; a new son K , Sonny Boy, by Grace Curran, given by Mrs. Doris Ukena. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Edna Turley January 18. Johnsons at Home Again— The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson returned last week Tuesday from Knoxville, where they spent the holidays with Mrs. Johnson's parents and attended the 50th wedding anniversary of Mrs. Johnson's maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Moore, also Knoxville, Saturday December 30. They also attended the funeral of a cousin Mrs her work in Junior college. .Mr. and Mrs. William nsited relatives at Colfax Fan-field last week Tuesday Wednesday. Murray and and Mr. and Mrs. M. Lowmiller went to Goldfield Sunday to attend the xuneral of an old friend a MI-K Cleveland. ' The Herman Duewers, Fargo, N. 1J., were week-end ernpcfc ^v *-ii«;.. n,«i,« guests of cousin, the Rev. L. Wittenburg. f., ' — • " • <.i.\*jtijui K. T * /-, , — — ^" »*j*i», jiii a* Charles Patterson is helping with Ltv f Co ? er ' who was fata »y burned M^S,, at ..?:. M - ?° lwel ''s ^vhile 'L^l 0 ™ at Knoxville a week . . Mr. Colwell cries sales. Mrs. Martin Craig, Mason City t'f) H 51 ifi t; i f IT»» n 4- TIT -»^i _ •._ * * William Chapman spent last week at his Goldfield grandfathers. ion i' S ' J-, P ; G ° dfrey has been seriously sick two weeks. Titonka Mrs. KJw. ZweJfcl and Mrs. Esther Askms. who had been taking ™Jd- been taking at Dumont. are , m . Mr. and Mrs. Homer Downs will ,,u lel , bl , de Hans6n - formerly Caro' now of part time in the ago Friday. Mrs. Warburton Has Birthday- Mr, and Mrs. Samuel Warburton son Harry, and Mr. and Mrs A-oung, Swea City, and Edith Buxton spent Sunday evening with the J. H. Warburtons, helping Mrs. J. H. Warburtonjielebrate a birthday. Merchants Give Movie Tickets— Lakota merchants are giving tickets for AVednesday and Thursday night shows with every 25c purchase. A ticket and 5c admits one to a show. Dinner for Commercial Club— The Commercial club was entertained at its regular dinner last Thursday evening a t Earl Grau- bau's, Mrs. Worley's division serv- Ot-her Lakota News. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Buckels and their daughter Esther spent New nursing. "" Mrs. Arthur Lester came home a week ago Wednesday from Virginia where she spent the holidays with her parents. wZ! 16 Q * e -1 rse A . ilts fami!v and the Henry Ailts, Titonka, spent last week Tuesday evening with the A. T. Buckels family. Mrs. Guy Beemer, son Bobby, and a guest, Beverly Fox, Albert Lea, spent last week Saturday and Sunday at Nevada. Mrs c. K. Rippentrop came home lecently from a hospital at Rochester, and is recovering Mrs. Nick Behrends entertained home at Marshall, Ark. Mr. White is Mrs. Dau's son. Mr s- P. 'F. Kriethe took her son spent two i f aul Jr - t° Des Moines, where he 'is attending Drake university. Charles Hanna accompanied them. Mrs. Kriethe and Charles returned Tuesday. iBuma Buckmanton, Waukegan, 111., left last week Monday after spending a few days with her sis- his back, went to Algona to see Doctor Scanlan. The changeable weather of the •last two weeks has left the whole neighborhood with severe colds, and many with the flu. The Lotts Creek No. 7 Potter .school reopened Monday, after a two weeks vacation. The school was to have opened the day after •New Vfinv'o riinf «,,.:— ._ owin £ to sickness ter, Mrs. F. \L. Pratt. From here'I m th j teacher 's family it was post- she went to Ellsworth to visit iLr P0ned a week mother. Mrs. Milo Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Emory Brown, Gamer, were ! Saturday dinner guests at the C. B. Chipman home. They also called at the E. O. and M. M. Chipman homes. Virginia Thaves left Monday for Minneapolis 'after spending a two weeks' vacation with her parents Wednesday. Mesdames R. E. Hamquist and A. Q-Smith were sick last week. club last week | Mr -. and Mrs. J. G. Thaves. She is taking a course in beauty culture. Mrs. Wm. Larson and daughter Geraldine, Britt, spent several days last week at the home of her mother, Mrs. Emma Hawcott, and sis- j ter, Mrs. C. L. Holding. ! Mr. and Mrs. R. s. John entertained Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Schenck Mr, and Mrs. N. I. Morness, and Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Chipman at cards Friday evening. The E. R. Collinsons moved last week to Lake City. A few days before a large group of friends and neighbors gathered to give them a farewell party. Mrs. H. A. Steward, son Harold, the Paul Macauleys and Lottie Hawcott spent New Year's day at Iowa Falls visiting a son of Mrs. Steward's. The Ernest Naumans moved here irom Wesley a week ago and are living in the Lewis Lai-sen house formerly occupied by the L. H. Rie- dels. Virginia Patterson returned Sunday from iDes Moines, where she spent two weeks with her parents Senator and Mrs. G. W. Patterson. Mrs. Paul Moore returned last week Monday from Corwith, where she had spent a couple of weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Schmidt John Schroeder and Raymond Bleich went to Ames last week to resume their college work. The ml W( ^ e not in sch001 this fall. "' .-ry Wards and George Algona, and the Al were Sunday dinner Thp wii A' F ' Krietll e home. 3 « 1U a -- nd G " E " Brace families -Air. and Mrs. Carl Paet z w ere called to Allison Sunday by news of Cihe serious illness of Mrs. Paetz's brother. Florence FIseh, 24 year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Fisch, fell from a chair Itist Thursday and urolce one of her arms between the elbow and the wrist. The Harvey Stevens spent the first of last week with Mrs. Steven's Vllllam Comp ' at Winter Comp, neice of Mrs. Steven, returned with them for an ex- 'tended visit here and with relatives a .t Aljfona. The Jajnes Brophys, W. C. Taylors, and A. L. Greenfields had an oyster supper at the Taylor home Fiiday evening, and the rest of the evening was spent at cards Mr. and Mrs. George Aman n Walter entered the Hamilton bust- * C week The Aid meets this week Thursda at Mrs. A. L. Greenfield's The church young people h started practice on songs for the nital Methodist district festival Neighbors and other friends gathered at Herman Kutsc-hara's last Thursday evning to help him cele- 's son have a birthday. The at cards. Mr. and Mrs. o«:ar Hammond were at ttielr grandmother Mrs. G. Mrs. Ed Hammond, , wea City, who had been visiting them, to visit her mothe Mr. mother, Mr and Mrs. Leslie Hufr callers Sunday on the were formes s mother, Mrs. John Huff Sr., naf «0 called on Mrs. Huffs sls •s consider- Anderson, Alirona and her children spent Monday with the former's mother M,.,.. r^" „:. a improved. Mrs. Homer ris. s mother, Mrs. John Har- Dole ' at Boevers, Staehles q«IH gU6StS at t Seldon Straley home in Fenton . ' P1 ?°ehe Morgan, Sheldon teacher is visiting at the home of her sL- ter while repairs are being made on the Sheldon school ibuildinir Rev. J. E. Olitton, of Armstrong me Thuraday to 'attend The M!-' lodge meeting. He also called on several Burt friends. WiU S f hram ' and daughter, , spent several days last week with her parents, &e Rev and Mrs. c. B. Mitchell. 6V> £ Ward - Farmington, Minn. the week-end in Burt He Cresco Mrs. George Brazee and her children Margaret and Raymond, ihave been sick two weeks with bronchitis. Lewis WHdin, under doctor's instructions, has l»en taking treatments three weeks in Des Moines. He has so far had two treatments, and is somewhat improved. Mrs. B. H. Potter returned last Thursday to he £ i 'home at Algona, after ten days with her daughter, Mrs. Alvin Nelson, Ringated, who recently gave birth to a child which cUd noit live. Mrs. Jesse Royce, Englewood, California, former resident here who has been with her daughter Mrs Howard Wttham, is recovering at the Kossuth hospital from pleural Pneumonia. Clifford, cJtst to:\ ot Mr. and Mrs At. C. Worster, h;:;j returned to tho Still college, D-s ivloines, -nd Charles, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lindhorst has returned to Armstrong, after 'having spen holidays with the home folks Mrs. Frances Kiles, Iowa City, and Rosabelle Loss, - - - improving. Mrs. spent the Oaikdale, are both Nlles had an operation on her eyes. The M. & D. club will have a party next week Friday at Mrs L A Olson's. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kulow and their son Jerry drove to Forest City last week Tuesday to visit Mrs Kulow s parents, Mr. and Mrs. >Lew- M Helland ' and her sister-in-law Mrs. A. M. Helland, Los Angeles who was visiting there. Angeles> t»£ r 'i a n d Mrs> . IFl ' ank ^ a entertained the Ralph stumbos, Mrs George Scuff hum. Mr. and Mrs'. Ray Vigue, and the Jorn BockVV family a t 500 Saturday evening Lee ' wio had been Mrs Mrs. Webster City, &,-£,: Your Watch Needs Cleaning Every 18 Months A watch should be cleaned and oiled at least every is months if you want it to keep good time. The more delicate the machinery; the more easily it wears. If youra has not been running correctly we will examine it for you free of charge. Our prices for cleaning and repairing are as low as good work can be done for. All makes of clocks repaired at a moderate price. WEHLER'S JEWELRY STORE ,, Phone 240 Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry. Fine Repairing of All Kinds. 'OPPORTUNITY' S We have an opening for aggressive district manager in Wright county. Also wonderful opportunity for local representatives. Have policies for men and women; also for children from date of birth on up. Write to L, H, GILCHRIST, GENERAL AGT, CEDAR RAPIDS LIFE INS, GO, Mason City, Iowa RAIL FARES CENTS A MILE EACH WAY FOR ROUND TRIP IN COACHES Still lower roll torn for the N«w Y*«rf That's what "North Western" now brings to you — a round trip coach fare of only 1 4/5 cents per mile for each mile traveled! The °ew fare is now in effect; has a 10-day return limit; is good every day, everywhere in Western United States. It represents your opportunity to Sl7 e io C f^T°" abl> ' > < l uickl y. safely and economically— BY TRAIN. Here's the COMPLETE Story of 1934 Rail Bargains 1 4 /«e r? J MIU each way for roun d trip— in coaches. / 5% 10-day return limit. MR Mill one way in coaches. Also each way for round trip m sleeping and parlor cars— 10-daw return limit. ' PI *. MI11 each way for round trip in sleeping and parlor cars— 6-raonth return limit. O— «• Mill one way in sleeping and parlor cmr«. •f SIOIS, lurchorg* en ileaplna and parlor ear space abolished — you save one-third. Eunice' Thompson, who was em Ployed at Tony Sorense7s Ver'nT severe attack of the grip. CHICAGO & NORTH WESTEPM Ry.l DO YOU KNOW? that ancient Egyptian, Grecian and Roman women perfumed each part of the body with 'a different perfume? JUST BECAUSE THEY KEPT IN STYLt EGYPTIAN WOMEN SMELT A hHUL PERFUME DRENCHED THEIR CODIES WEN EACH PAttT HAD ITS SPECIAL SCENT. . Do You Know er "Putattou o your aeaier. rhat is why our customers sav that them with Anderson Gram & Coal Co. Phone 898,

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