Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 18, 1934 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 18, 1934
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PAGE TEN CREAMERY TO GET BENEFIT OF NEW LAW State Brand M a rk Turned Over to Association. By A. II. Uoimstottcr. tStatehouse, Des Moines, Jan. 6— In this letter I shall briefly discuss the status of some of the 'bills in which general interest among the people is apparent. The tax revision and liquor control bills will not be included, however, because these measures would require more space than is ordinarily taken by ithese letters. I will attempt to give my views on these issues in letters after they have been disposed of by the House. iSenate File No. 85 has for its purpose the encouragement of butter with.' a higher standard of excellence and quality, a more uniform butter market, a higher mar- iket value for butter manufactured in the state, and insurance of a more healthful product for consumption at home and abroad. Bill is Now law. The ibill is the same as was enacted into law in 1915, but .provides further that ownership of the <state trademark be transferred from the state to an association of all trademark creameries. It was found, after several attempts to get the Iowa .brand trademark registered that the reg- i eitry office at Washington insisted j that a copyright could be granted only to a person or persons, not to a state. This bill carries out the original intent of the law and means much ito creameries in Kossuth, Palo Alto, and elsewhere. The measure passed the Senate November 23 by a. vote of 44-0, and was amended and passed the House December 29, 89-9. •If the Senate concurs in the House amendment, and if the Governor signs the .bill, creameries interested in a quality .program will have the protection they desire. <> High School Five Drops B. B. Game to Webster City The high school quint lost its first conference game at Webster City Tuesday evening with the low end of a 31-22 score. The game was close throughout first half, which, however, ended in Webster City's favor, 13-12. The third quarter was disastrous for the locals, their opponents running tip a score -which, they couldn't overcome, though the fourth quarter was neck and neck. Algona is still among leaders in the conference, for most of the other teams have lost a game also. Another conference game will be played on the local floor Friday evening against Hampton. Next Tuesday evening the locals will play a non-conference game against Britt here. The Scrap Book [Traer Star-Clipper.] Sheriff Defendant in a Damage Suit A damage suit has been begun by the Means Automobile Sales Co., 'Des Moines, against Sheriff Carl 'Dahlhauser, S. Helen Eiel, Sarah B. Eiel, and J. C. Koppen for the sum of ?215.42 received on,sheriff's sale of the E. L. Elwood chattels last summer. According to the petition, the Means company had a lien on the property. In sales of this kind the plaintiffs, who in this case were the Eiels, have to furnish bond, and the bond they filed will protect the sheriff in case of judgment against him in the Means suit. THE PAPER IN OUR OWN HOME TOWN (.By George H. Free, Algona, Iowa) When the evening lamp is lighted and the day's tasks put aside, When the call for relaxation can no longer be denied— iDoil choose ator.ok or daily as to read I settle down? No, I sieze the paper published in my own home town. World affairs must wait my pleasure till the local news I've .Learned'who's gone away or married, who is sick and who is All the e deeds of friends and neighbors are truthfully written down In the columns of the weekly in my own home town. What to me are Europe's Jangles, or the earthquake in Japan, What the feud in Oklahoma with the white-robed Ku Klux Klan, When, the outside world forgotten, I my cares and worries drown In the local paper printed in my own home town? Grandma Jones camo down from Podunk with her son to spend a day, Pat Malone has sold his dray line and intends to move away; iSimpsons have another ibaby, Jennie sports a ibrand-new gown— These are items in the paper in my own home town. Our biographies are written in its pages, yours and mine, There's our birth, our Joys, our sorrows, and our triumphs line by line; Little said of our shortcomings, naught o'erlooked that gives renown, All recorded in the paper of our own home town. Yet we take it all for granted, nothing more '.than what is due, We forget the many courtesies accorded me and you; But perhaps when life is ended there will be a golden crown iFor the man who runs the paper in our own home town. (Continued from page 1.) THtjft8bA¥ ); JANUARY 1 8) Editor Dewel, of the Kossuth County Advance, who submits this poem, makes this interesting comment: "You might be interested to know something of the author. He was a railway mail clerk, self-educated. Some 20 years ago he brought his first poem to me, and I encouraged him to continue writing poems. He did so, and almost every week for many years I printed a new one in my column. Free had real genius for poetry of the Riley and Guest style, and he became widely known as 1 a poet, He even made the Saturday Evening Post. His poems 'began to travel in the newspapers, and they are traveling yet, two years after his death. Recently I found one in the Knoxville Express, and only a week or two ago there was one in the Pathfinder. I have found them in newspapers from coast to coast and in Canada. Mr. Free suffered a broken neck in an automobile accident and died in 1931. His widow and son live here." 137.03 70.68 68.37 208.10 86.77 142.12 72.87 161.32 82.33 SWEA GITYANS WED RECENTLY IN STORY CO, Swea City, Jan. 16—Fred Butterfield and Irene Sampson were recently married at the Lutheran par- isonage, Huxley, Story county, by the Rev. P. Buland. Evelyn Olson o£ Slater, north of Des Moines, and Harold Sampson, brother o£ the bridegroom, attended them. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Sampson, north of town, and is a graduate o£ the Armstrong high school, while the bridegroom, la son of Mr. and Mrs. George Butterfield, was graduated from the Swea City high school in 1929. The couple left Huxley for a wedding trip to points in Iowa. They will go to 'housekeeping on the Butterfield farm south of town. A shower honoring the bride was attended by !5 friends in the Armstrong community one day last week the event being a surprise for the bride. Armstrong women were hostesses. FAIR (Continued from page 1.) of it themselves, and were answerable only at the annual meeting. Under the new plan the secretary, who is the actual manager of the fair, is answerable to the board and can be replaced at any time if his policies do not suit the iboard. It was further explained that it has been felt in the past that there were too many men on the board who accepted the .place only as an 'honor and did little if any real work in aid oif the fair. The new plan, it is believed, will make the 'board responsible and force every member to take a big interest in making the fair a success. Secretary Gives Report. In his report Secretary Vincent said that while the fair was not a financial success its record for 1933 compared favorably with that of ther fairs in the state. Exhibits Hebron- Simon Goeke, sw iSec. 32. 113.85 Irvington— Frank Capesius, sw Sec. 16- 133.84 149.53 Dig Boost Since 1914 Ledyard— Karl Jansen, ne Sec. 16- 174.71 Lincoln—• J. A. Clemenson, se Sec. 23. 116.81 Lotts Creek- James J. O'Erien, ne See. 31- 123.45 Lu Verne— Ernest Applegalte, nw Sec. 10. 119j50 Plum Creek- Harry J. Bode, ne .Sec. 29_ 124.'69 14 Vet, Drop in Portland Portland— A. Hutchison, nw Sec. 28. 138.62 Prairie— H. N. Boshell, ne Sec. 7— 96.97 Ramsey— Joseph Vaske, se Sec. 30_ 102.76 Rive rd ale— MaMiias Faber, sw Sec. 33- 132.35 Seneca— John E. •Larson, ne Sec. 10_ 182.36 Sherman—• Emil "Wester, sw Sec. 1— CL14.29 Small Drop in Springfield. pringfield— Herman iRunksmeier, ne Sec. 17- 113.50 Swea— Michael Kennedy, sw Sec. 34_ 137.79 Union— A. R. Cruikshank, nw Sec. 32_ 118.80 Marion MeMation Bride of Storm Lake Man— Marion McMahon became the 159.52 79.63 134.84 89.52 161.52 88.61 112.30 69.48 121.36 95.54 166.97 66.28 230.14 81.46 143.66 83.39 121.44 74.74 162.25 91.50 Wesley— John Carlson, ne Sec. 17- 132.23 Whittemore— Frank J. IB al gem an, ne 'Sec. 31_ 104.65 12S.-62 79.27 131.79 84.54 135.95 76.39 To Answer Farm Fire Calls— The Swea City firemen, at their January meeting, voted to respond to fire calls from surrounding farming community, as well as to town calls. The town fire equipment cannot be taken outside the corporate limits, however The men will havo to use their own cars; but they can use hand chemicals and ladders belonging to the town. Alarm may be given by telephone, and the siren whistle will be sounded as for town fires. It is hoped that special farm fire equipment may be purchased -"~i J.M.I..J .ni me aLdLc. iniAiniuiLa : . j. — i — , n some lines were cut down by w graduate of 1903, and the deed Irought in 1933, but in livestock I ^' as _ a B ift u lt , wa f. signed by and 4-H work they were ahead of " preceding years. The new board will meet (Monday o elect a president and vice presi- lent, and secretary. Nursery School is New Burt Project Burt, Jan. 16—'Burt is to have a nursery school for children between the ages of 3% and 5. The school opened Monday, with Florence Stow as teacher. The school was made possible through the CWA, which is putting unemployed teachers to work. Burt was the first town in the county to apply for this aid. About a dozen children are enrolled. The school is held from 1 to 3 o'clock in the afternoon, and will run for three months. Car Left Running; Burt Child Gassed Burt, Jan. 12—The 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Butterfield narrowly escaped death from monoxide gas last week Wednesday afternoon, when his mother left him in the family Model T Ford a few minutes while she called at Mrs. H. A. Thompson's. The engine was running, and when she returned she found the child unconscious. A doctor was summoned, and after a time the child recovered. Wrestlers at Burt Defeat Forest City Burt, Jan. 1C—The Burt high school wrestling team made a fine record Friday evening, when it won every match in a meet here against Forest City. The score was 44-0 in favor of Burt. Eagle Grove is to come this week Tuesday for a similar meet, and tomorrow Bun will met Grant Consolidated, there Lu Verne Gun Shot Victim Recovering Lu Verne, Jan. 1—La Verne Jef- lers has been a patient at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge the past week for treatment for a gun shot •wound received in some week ago Sunday. Mrs. utilclo has been ill also, and is .being cared for at the home of her Mrs. Peter Thompson. way Jeffers High School Defeats Armstrog— Swea City high school basket ball teams won over Armstrong on the local floor Friday night, the first team by a 25-23 score, the seconds 15-13. The main game was hard- fought, Armstrong 'having the lead a good part of the time. This was the second game against Armstrong, Swea also won the first game. Our buys lust to Estherville a week before but before that Estherville had ost to Armsrong. Thursday Club Studies Indians— The Thursday club met last Thursday at Mrs. Olof Pearson's. Mrs. J. II. Warner gave reminiscences of . work among the India.! n northern Nevada, and Mrs. Opal Carlson gave a talk on Indian ore, and also exhibited an Indian •ug, explaining how the rugs are colored. A party was planned at Mrs. Warner's this week Friday, the husbands to be guests. MiihU'miin Movies Are Show" The Methodist S. s. men's class ad an oyster supper Friday evening in the church basement, and the Rev. AV. G. Muhleman, Algona, district superintendent, showed moving pictures of the Century of Progress exhibition, also a reel 'taken at the Okoboji Methodist camp last summer. CWA Nurse Examines Children- Children in the school grades are being examined by Eunice Newtor. C\v.\ nurse. Tha tests cover hearing, vision, teeth, nasal obstructions throat, hair, scalp, and posture. Required dental work is being done by local dentists at cost of material. Farewell for Mrs J. E. Young— ^Tlie Royal neighbors took Mrs. J. E. Young by surprise last week Wednesday by going to her home for a social afternoon. They took lunch baskets. This was a farewel call, for the Youngs plan to move to Wisconsin in the spring. Buell Johnson Home Again Buell Johnson, who had been a Rochester, l n the AVorrell hospital two weeks for treatment of an. infection in the jaw bone injured ii his recent auto accident, returned Sunday aunt <ord has been elected to fill the vacancy. Other Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton xttended a county rural mail carriers meeting at AVhittemore last veek Tuesday evening. Mr, AVar- burton is county president. It was lecided to hold no further meetings ill April. June Thomson accompan- ed the AA r arburtons and visited Pen ton friends. Members of the local Legion post xnd the Auxiliary attended an Emmet county meeting at Esthsrville ast Thursday night. Mrs. Niggemeyer, state Auxiliary president, and L,. Dustin, state Legion commander, were the principal speakers The w. C. T. U. met last week Tuesday at Mrs. William Thompson's, and Mrs. J. M. Dye had charge of the prppogram. Papers and a dis- iusslon filled the afternoon. Mesdames J. H. AA r arner and T. F. Johnson, with Grace McDonald and Helen Poo'e, a.iteuded a training school on meat canning at Bancroft last week Tuesday. lur and Mrs. Prank Naugle, Chicago, are parents of a new son. Mrs. Xaugle is A'irginia, daughter of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Nelson. Ne w legion Post Conmmder_ Heran Bowman has resigned commander of Fisher post, and Ray Historical Deed Is Algonian's Gift to U. Law School A deed, dated August 10, 1818 and presented some time ago "by E J. Van Ness, of Algona, to the law department of the state university where it is on exhibition, <was the subject of a lengthy article in a recent Daily lowan, student newspaper. Mr. Van Ness is an IS. U. I bride Monday morning of Richard David Schmitz, Storm Lake, when a single ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. T. J. Davern at 10 o'clock at St. Cecelia's church. The church was decorated with ferns and carnations. Mendelssohn's wedding march was played iby Julia McEnroe, and the bridal party was met at the chancel rail by the bridegroom, who was attended hy John Stoddard, of Des Moines, fraternity brother. The bride, who was given away Iby .her father, S. B. McMahon, was Mrs. CL A. Brunson, waS married at the Holy Family church, Mason City, Tuesday mbrning at 8 o'clock to Ellen Evans, Mason City, The ceremony was performed toy the Rev. R. P. Murphy. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Evans, Mason City, and is a graduate of the Holy Family school, and she attended Mason City Junior college. the Mr. Brunson is a graduate of the Iowa City high school, and he attended the state university. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served in the Evans home to the immediate relatives of the couple. Mr. and Mrs. attended by her sister, Ruth. She Brunson stopped here briefly that wore a gown of capucine red uncut velvet, with hat to match, and carried a bouquet of talisman roses. The maid of honor wore old gold crepe with brown accessories, and carried a bouquet of bronze and gold snapdragons. Mrs. E. C. McMahon sang. ' The bride, who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon, is a graduate oif the Algona high school, L929, and of Iowa State college, 1933. She is a mem'ber of the Delta Delta Delta sorority. Mr. Schmitz, who is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Amil Schmitz, Storm /ake, attended the Virginia Mili- ;ary Institute, the University of 11- inois, and Iowa State college, where he received a degree in irchitecture. He is a member of Jie Sigma Nu fraternity and is en;aged in the contracting and lumber business at Storm Lake. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the tfcMahon home to 50 guests. The jride's table was centered with a jouquet of yellow roses, and tmd vases decorated x the small tables. The couple left at 2:30 in the afternoon for a wedding trip to Chicago, after which they will be at home at Storm Lake.. Out oif town, guests included Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Parks, Mr. and Mrs. Amil Schmitz, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmitz, Mr. and Mrs. John Deiters, and Pauline Whitney, all of Mrs. afternoon, en route to California on their wedding trip. They will make their home in the Crane apartments, Mason City. f W. n. C. Initiates and Installs— The W. R. C. held initiation and installation ceremonies at the iLe- gion hall Tuesday night. Mrs. Faire Kuhn was initiated, and officers were installed: Mrs. Edith Taylor, president; Mrs. Zola McOilligan, week Wednesday «fiftin|<'#h« coin* .mittee consists of Aft. arid Mf«. chairmen, Mti Jtenry Jdhaniisen Jr., Mf. and Gordon Kuhn, and Mr, and MM. ft. O. Bjustrom. The grotifr had an oyster "stew at 6:30, and dance planning followed. In season the club has dahces every first and third Thursday evening in the month at the Odd Fellows hall. There will 'be ft dance tonight. Newiyweds Are Honored— Mrs, W* J. Sei.1, Mra. W, E. Bell, and Mrs. Clayton Sill were hostesses Sunday at a wedding dinner at W. J. Bell's in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J,. Bell, who were married New Year's day. The new Mrs. Bell is the former Mary Blaha, of Belle Plaine, Minn., long employed at the Kent garage. Only close relatives were dinner guests. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kinney, Mason City. The ta- 'ble decoration was a large wedding cake made by Mrs. George Wesley. Plum Creek Club Meets— The Plum Creek 'Social & Literary club met last week Wednesday at Mrs. Clifford Hoover',s, Regina Baas and Ethel Johnson hostesses. Alice and Vera Johnson played a piano duet, Jingle Bells, and the Hev. Fremont Faul, Titonka, Meth; odist pastor, gave a chalk talk on Boys and Girls. The club will have vice; Mrs. Emma Roupe, Junior its annual banquet at the Legion Storm Lake, and Mr. and Frank Schmitz, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Willinm Leininger 87— Mrs. William Leininger Sr., who lives with her daughter, Mrs. Rudolph Will, passed another milestone last week Monday, and attained 87 years of age. In honor •of the event the Wills entertained relatives in the evening at 500. Attending were the William, John, and Jos. Leiningers, Lotts 'Creek; the Arnold and the Frank Meines, the Louis HacKbarths, and ithe Frank and John iSchulers, of Whittemore; the Alfred Welters, Bancroft; the Rudolph Tietzes, Algona; the Fred Gibkira, Plum Creek; the Earl Lauritzens and the Julius Wills, iLotts Creek; and George Schuler and Katherine Kenne, Whittemore. (All except the Julius Wills and Katherine Kenne are children, grandchildren, or great-grandchildren of Mrs. iLeininger by birth or marriage. The high scores at ... cards were won by Mrs. Lauritzen Count ILa Ray de Chaumont and and Arnold Meine, and .low was deeded the property to Nehemiah'won iby Rudolph Tietz. Lunch was Van Ness, a veteran of the war of also served. vice; Mrs. Ida (Forbes, treasurer; Mrs. Alma Nelson, secretary; Mrs. Rachel Shackelfprd, chaplain; Mary Duryea, patriotic instructor; Mrs. Nannie Setchell, press correspondent; Hilma Ostrum, conductress, Mrs. Ostrum, assistant; Mrs. Emma Dehnert, guard; Mrs. Ethel Storm, assistant; Edith Reed, musician; Mrs. Clara Cronin, first color-bearer, Mrs. Ida Yager, .second, Mrs. 'Freda Stevtssy, third, and Mrs. Edna Peck, fourth. A number of Emmetaburg W. IR. C. members attended. i 00 Attend Dancing Party- More than 300 guests attended a card and dancing party at St. Cecelia's academy Monday evening. Cards were played at 50 tables, Mary C. Kain and Frank Mathes winning the high scores at (bridge, Mrs. John Erpelding and Jos. Elbert Jr., high at "500." The second in a series of four parties will be held at 8 o'clock next Monday evening, and the committee. includes Messrs, and Mesdames M. J. Streit, P. J. Kohlhaas, E. W. Hanson, M. J. Duffy, W. A. Barry, and Elmer Dole, and Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Kenefick. Lodges in Joint Installation- Local members of the Reibekah and i, o. O. F. lodges conducted joint installation ceremonies at the Titonka lodges Monday evening. Omer Andersen served as D. t>. G. M., and 'his staff included A. W. Behrends, Conrad Herman, William Dehnert, and L. F. Jenkinson. Mrs. Behrends was D. D. P. for the Re- bekahs, and her staff included Mrs C. C. Wright, Mrs. Herman, Mrs. Dehnert, Mrs. Henry (Lund, and Mrs. G. C. Barton. The same groups will take part in installation ceremonies at Burt tonight. Club Dances Are Planned:— . A committee of the Young Married Folks Dance club met at Al- vm L. Weber's, near Irvington, last hall, Algona, next Wednesday, and there will toe a program. Mrs. Robt Larson Entertains— Mrs. Robert G. 'Larson entertained 24 guests last week Wednesday night at bridge and lunch. The high scores were won by Mrs. Paul Trauger and Mrs. H. T. Miller, the latter of Oklahoma City, and table prizes were won by Mesdamee H. L. McCorkle, C. M. Frane, A. A. Lyon, George Elbert, Cidney Laird, and Powers, ot Mo)(hoi)i Mrs. Society. Mrs, M. C, McMahon and ,,„.., gender entertained at four 2 of bridge last Thursday ev Marion McMahon won the acofe, Madonna Quinn was .„„ »hd Kftthfyn Misbach receive, travel prize. u The Watnnyans honored Flora Tias, departing member «. a handkerchief shower in a ree!j meeting at Mrs. Anna March v day evening. Mrs., Gladys South entertain! eight friends at <5:30 dinner , auction and contract ibride e Tn day evening. Ul CHURCH WEDDING AT BANCROFHUESDI Bancroft, Jan. 16-^Adria Guire and Richard Menke, both Bancroft, were married at 8 o'cl Tuesday morning at St. j 0 y Catholic church, iby the Rev. Fall Scholtes. Following the eererJ a wedding dinner was served home of the bride's parents. The bride, a daughter of Mr. i Mra. P. T. McOuire, Bancroft, graduated from the Bancroft school in 19B5 and attended State Teachers college one u For her marriage she wore a <lr" of write moire and carried a b auet of roses and baby breath, i was attended toy her sister ippa, who wore blue flat en with accessories to match, and ( ried carnations. The bridegroom, who is thei. of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Mental Bancroft, was attended by brother Alfred. > Following the wedding the couple left for a trip to nois. They will be at home Mai 1 on a farm northwest of Bancti 1812, and grandfather of E. J. The connection of de Chaumont brings up much history of that period, because it was this French count who befriended the French nobility fleeing during the reign of terror that followed the beheading of iLouis XVI. He also sheltered Jerome and Joseph Bonapart, brothers of the great Napoleon, and entertained Benjamin Franklin in 'France when he latter was ambassador from this country. Mrs. iLeininger lived in • Lotts Creek many years, but since the death of her husband has lived with Mrs. Will. Eva JIaud Wenzel, Mason •islted friends here last week. City, Grant The Ira Christies were honored at a farewell party ait their home Friday evening by a large group of friends. The daughter Zola was entertained by her classmates. the freshmen of Grant 'high school, at a sleighing party after school Friday. The family will move to a farm near Belmond soon. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Soever Monday, January 8. Merlin and Delmar Anderson were at Mankato last Thursday and Friday, visiting relatives, Mrs. Orin Johnson was at an Estherville hospital one day last vvi-ek for medical treatment! Mrs. John Hall was the subject of an operation for gallstones at the university hospital, Iowa City last Thursday. Her husband is with her. Incidentally, the day was the 40th anniversary of their marriage Doris, daughter of Mr. and Ufa Edw. Hammond, and Hallis Beadle Bancroft, were married Friday. Mr. and Mrs, D. Funnerburk, theh son Donald, and daughter Glennice yisited Sunday at Burton Roalson's Fairmont. Sale Dates Feb. 7—Albert Bierstedt estate 4% miles southeast of Lone Rock _ Jan. Si-Julian (Arndorfer closing out sade, 1 mile north and mile west of St. Benedict Edward Wetzel is Dead at St. Paul; Born in Kossuth Edward Wetzel, born and reared n the Lotts Creek neighborhood, died in a St. Paul hospital Tuesday of pneumonia, which followed a siege of the.flu last fall. Mr. .Vetzel was a stepbrother of Mrs. Ernst Thiel, (Mrs. Max Bast, Mrs. Arthur Geilenfeld, Mrs. Richard Potratz, William Wetzell, Mrs. Carl Seller, and Mrs. Irvin Bender, the .wo last named of Westgate. For many years Mr. Wetzel had ieen a brakeman on the M. & St. and he lived at St. Paul, where is survived by his widow and (our children. Funeral services will be held today at a St. Paul undertaker's chapel, and burial will be made in he family lot at^Winona, Minn. Fenton 'Aux' and Legion in Meet Fenton, Jan. 16—The Legion and ;he Auxiliary held a joint meeting last week Monday night at the Legion rooms, and the Auxiliary laid plans for a county Auxiliary meeting here Tuesday, February 6. Committees are: menu, Mrs. S. E! Straley, Mrs. Fred McWhorter' Mrs. 0. H. Graham; kitchen chairman, E. C. Ohm; registration, Mrs. H. H. Widdel, Mrs. Hans Baago The Legion .planned a Dads night soon. Cards vere played. Host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. <S. E Straley. Two-Year-Old Boy Stages Wild Ride Irvington, Jan. 16—It is reported that (Lamont, 2-year-old son of Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf, Algona, recently took an exciting ride into the basement on his tricycle Mrs. Wellendorf had gone to the basement, and had left the door ajar, and Lament rode down, staying on his tricycle all the way till he struck the cellar wall opposite the steps. A physician examined him and 'pronounced him uninjured except for a few bruises. Dickinson is Speaker, Sen. L. J. Dickinson was speaker Saturday, January 6, before the League of Republican clubs of Cuyalhoga county at Cleveland, O John Itrunson is Married— John Brunson, son of Mr. and Cut Rate GROCERY 9 C Specials }<j-lb. Green Tea 2 IC-oz. bars Big Ben $oap 1 i>kg. Puffed Wheat ii ]>kgs. Washing 1 Powder 2 large boxes Matches 14-o/. jar Apple Butter 1 large box Soap Chips 6 oz. Black I'epper Ys Ib. Black Tea 2 cans Oil Sardines 2 boxes Jell Powder 1 Ib. Chocolate Candy 1 Ib. Peanut Brittle 1 jar Mustard 2 pkgs. Macaroni 1 can Crushed Pineapple 1 can Plums 1 bottle Bluing 1 bottle Ammonia 2 rolls Toilet Tissue 1 15c jar Dried Beef 1 lOc sack Salt 1 cake New Honey 1 Ib. Peanuts 1 can Spinach 1 can Cooking Molasses 1 Jfo. 3 Lamp Chimney 1 pkg. Wliole Wheat Flakes 1 pkg. Post's Bran 1 pkg. Itice Flakes 1 pkg. Grape Nut Flakes 1 can Wigwam /Syrup 8 bars Toilet Soap 1 can Apple Sauce 1 jar Pickle Relish 1 bottle Pickle Catsup 15c jar Mixed Pickles 2 pkgs. Spaghetti 2 pkgs. Egg Noodles 1 pkg. small Oxydol 1 pkg. small Hinso 2 cans Cleanser S Lemons 2 heads Lettuce 1 bunch Celery 2 Ibs. White Onions % doz. Oranges Take advantage of these prices to stock your pantry. •"Busiest Littte Store in Town.' Big Special Purchase of Carload of FINE FURNITURE Just Placed on our Floors! '' f We have priced this carload so that we can dis-1 pose of entire shipment in the next ten days. Our store is loaded as never before and every | piece MARKED TO SELL. 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