Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 8, 1934 · Page 8
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ATTENDANCE UP50PGT, FROM 1933 (Continued from page 1.) •Adelia Frink, and Mrs. A. A. Sterling. 'Frances Rutledge, Mrs. Chris Wallukeit, Mrs. M. W. Schweitert, Leona Smith, Mrs. Pauline Worster, Mrs. Frank Bentele, Mrs. R. E. 'Liesener won Armour's Star bacon prizes. Tone's coffee awards went to Mrs. Harvey Graiham. Ersel Blanchard, Lone Rock, and Audrey Frye. Baking 1 Powder, fanned (Jooils. Cans of K. C. Baking Powder were won by Mrs. F. E. Kent, Agnes Tibbetts, Mrs. L. I. Gingrich, Mrs. Casey Loss, Mrs. W. P. Hemphill, Mrs. D. €. Gardner, and Mrs. L. E. Boleneus, Wesley. Opal canned goods and food prepared by Miss Looney were awarded to Mrs. V. H. Coffin, Mrs. John J. Button, Mrs. Robert Carney, Grace Blancharcl, Mrs. C. E. Roupe, Mrs. Melvin iRoupe, Mrs. R. A. Evans, Theda Aman, Sexton, Mrs. C. L. Bliley, Mrs. W. B. Quarton, Mrs. F. D. Mathes, Mrs. A. D. Richards, and Mrs. M. J. Streit. Tuesday Prizewinners. Prize-winners at the Tuesday school were: Baking powder—Mrs. Q. A. BJus- trom, Mrs. L. Scull, Grace Bjustrom, Wihittemore, Mrs. E. H. Beardsley, Mrs. Walter L. Johnson, Frances Rutledge, Mrs. John J. IDutton, Mrs. V. H. Coffin. Armour bacon—Mrs. L. A. Boleneus, Wesley, Frances Moe, Mrs. Roy Steinman, Mrs. R. R. Hike, Theda •Smith, Mrs. Fred Bentele, Wesley, Mrs. A. A. Sterling, Mrs. C. K. Clark. Kellogg All-Bran — Metta Cul- •bertson, Mrs. Glen Raney, Mrs. Dora Weber Urch, Mrs. Carl Bahling, Burt, Mrs. Raymond Brown, Mrs. L. AV. Haubach, Mrs. George Broesder, Mrs. Cora Hutchinson, Swea City, Mrs. W. C. Irelan, Mrs. Howard Beardsley, Mrs. R. W. Horigan, Mrs. W. A. Foster, Mrs. Abner Long. More Salt and Coffee. Married Seventy Years Ago —^Courtesy North Kossuth Record. TpHIS PICTURE IS OF Mr. and Mrs. William Wiese, of lLakota, who are among the oldest people in •*• northern Iowa and may be the oldest married couple in the state. In last week's Lakota Record Editor E. N. Clemans paid them the following tribute: Last year we expressed the wish licrnetta IJonnstetter Bride- Most Algonians were taken by surprise Sunday, when they found a picture of Burnetta Bonnstetter in the society section of the (Register, with announcement that she had been married last week Tuesday at Omaha to Harold R. Browne. Her family here had .been expecting the event. Mr. Browne is a senior at Drake at four small tables, and the .parts decorations were in keeping with St. Valentine's day. After dinner fihe girls attended a basketball game.at the.ihigh school. , Woman's Club Meets TomorrolTT- Tdie Woman's club meets at the library tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock, and hostesses will be Mesdames Claire Keith and Lettie i«i. .uiutvi.c *a cvaui.ui u.i •"»»««. afltnes Claire iieitn &na L<erae university, where he is preparing | Maw d s ley. Boll call will be on for the Christian ministry. At pres-' Iowa , productgi the Iowa Corn Song ent he fills a supply pulpit. Last will be sung and Mra A : A. Bishop summer .he interviewed prospective 1 - - - • •Drake students at points about the state, and in the course of that employment met Miss Bonnstetter. It was a case of love at first sight, and he was a frequent caller here from then on. Miss Bonnstetter entered 'Drake as a freshman last September and 'plans to continue lier studies there. The new Mrs. Browne is a daugh- will talk on Iowa Industries, Mrs. J. H. Warbiirton, Lakota, chairman of the County Federation of Woman's clubs, will be a guest. 1>. A. It. Meeting Announced— The D. A. R.'s will meet next Tuesday at. Mrs. Helen iPaxson's, and one o'clock luncheon will be (followed by a program' consisting of roll call answered with current Morton's salt awards went to Mrs. Victor Hiserodt, Mrs. F. M. A. J. Brown, Mrs. C. D. Schaap, Mrs. Fred Park, Mrs. Ted Zitt- ritsch, Mrs. D. P. Smith, Mrs. M. W. Schwietert, Mrs. E. L. Broesder, Mrs. Arthur CHelberg, Ora Jones, Mrs. Elmer C. Potter, Mrs. W. A. Button, Leona Lichter, Mrs. Helen E. Mercer, Mrs. H. B. White. iCans of Tone's coffee were received by Mrs. Matt Lamuth, Mrs. J. W. Speraw, and Leona Smith. General Electric cookbooks were distributed to Mrs. .Frank Hofius, Mrs. Earl Taylor, Mrs. L. I. Gingrich, Mrs. A. E. Michel, and Mrs. George Peck. Mrs. L. M. Merritt won the Cara Nome face powder prize. Saliulit Tea Given Away. Packages of Salada tea given to: that we might be called upon to record the celebration by Mr. and Mrs. William Wiese, of their diamond wedding anniversary six years hence. One sixth of thai wish has been granted and again we have the privilege of recording another milestone on 'their Journey through life. On December 2 Mrs. Wiese celebrated her 93rd birthday and Mr. Wiese will celebrate his 94th anniversary February 12. This grand old couple will celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary next Monday, February 12. Married in Germany. They were married in Germany February 6, 1865, and resided in that country until 1S7S when they •sailed .for this country, arriving in Independence, Iowa, May 6, where . "-» •"*."• *• < a.*. luucpeuucute, iuwa, iviay o, wncre Btnermgton, Mrs. N. A. Smith, Mrs. they made their home for 11 years. A T .Tli"/\ti»»i Hir»n j"i .T-\ n _1 — . " METHODIST, C. W. Hulso, Pas. , T™ ! ° £ th ° Match (Continued from page 1.) Grant, in an overtime period, when. s. Before leaving Germany Mr. re ^ ular Program Wiese was a soldier and served in the war with Austria and the Fran- 1K1 ™ 1 * ^'l'«ERAN, P . j. Bra . co-Prussian war. " r > Pastor—Next Sunday: Sunday Mr. Wiese was asleep when the l cho01 and Bible class ' ™ a - ™.; reporter called Monday but they German service. 10:30. Lenten =„,-. awakened him and when asked how he felt he stated that he felt fine =„*,„.,, f „„ « he could eat anything he want- %£¥£££££££ Voted for Roosevelt. r-~- ••*-*-« »vm I^G uvuiMuuutsu. uurang Mr. Wiese is a little hard of tn is holy season every Wednesday hearing so that his wife cannot evening. The outstanding features converse much directly with him. o£ Chlrt's great passion will be p'or- He sits near the front window and Brayed in sermons. This year' Len- watches the people pass and rec- lten discourses will be based on six im ' Wellendorf Mrs n Juu. Little, >, Mrs. C. F. Mrs. gent, Mrs. Ruth Taylor, Sexton. Mrs. May Harris, .Sexton, Kathryn Laird, Mrs. Harry Keith, Mrs. Bert lison, Airs. H. A. Bates. Opal canned goods and food prepared by Miss Looney went to Mrs. F. H. Shackelford, Mrs. W. J. Gorman, Mrs. A. Beck, Mrs. L. M. Walker, Elma Jacobson, Mrs. A. S. Forbes, Mrs. Carroll, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. H. W. Stebritz, Mrs. Fred Czapp, Ida L. Peterson, Mrs. R. G •Fry, Mrs. John Kohlhaas. ETerybody Cooperates. Brcel Blanchard, Lone Rock, drew the prizes Monday; Mrs. Matt Lamuth the prizes Tuesday. Prizewinners at yesterday's school will be published next week. Chairs for the school were furnished via courtesy o£ St. Cecelia's academy, the Methodist church, and the high school. The stage refrigerator and a floor display were furnished by the Pratt Electric Co., a Westinghouse electric stove and wiring by the city, a Skelgas stove and a floor display by «. O. Bjustrom, and miscellaneous kitchen equipment by R G. Richardson. The Graham store furnished bowls in whicfli canned fruit was displayed. Ex-Bancroft Woman Dies Sunday Night Bancroft, Feb. 6—iFriends here received word early Monday of the death of Mrs. Helen Sowers, wife of 'Dr. J. H. Sowers, dentist at Buffalo Center, Sunday night at 10 o'clock, after an illness of several months. Funeral services will be held this week Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock at the Catholic church, Buffalo Center, and the body was taken to Iowa City for burial. Mrs. Sowers was an accomplished musician, and she and the doctor were former residents of Bancroft. They moved to Buffalo Center in 1919. The couple was married while Doctor Sowers was practicing here 20 years ago. They had no children. Three great-grandchildren: Arvid Brandt, of Ledyard; Beverly Jean Wiese, making her home with the Brandt family at Ledyard; and Marlin Wiese, also of Ledyard. Live With Two Sons. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wiese until last fall made their home in Cushing, Minn., and Adolph, with the aid of a housekeeper, cared for the parents, but last fall it was 1 decided that Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wiese come home and care for them while Adolph holds down his job on the Rock Island. Mrs. Wiese's eyesight is not as good as her husband's, but she is well and always busy about the house. Swea City Ray Smith and Martin Dahl, managers of the Swea City hatchery will set their first hatch February «. They will operate under the chick code of fair competition, which became effective January 2 throughout the United States. Last week Wednesday afternoon turkey growers within a 30-mile radius met at the Swea City hatchery to discuss plans for financing and marketing .their products this year. There are several large growers to this vicinity. ognizes some without the aid of little tJCS and th6 ^ both turned fal1 at election time and lfor Mt f"' MlnUter_ NeaBt Sunday: Sun- d their again. They are .the parents of three children: Emil and Adolph at home Albert Brant, Ledyard; Bill Wiese, SWEA GITYANS PLAN TO OPEN OWNNEWBANK Swea City, Feb. 6—The Merchants association met latst week Monday evening. The bank question was revived, and Supervisor P. j. Heiken and Dr. A. T. Whitlow were named additional members on the present committee to see whait can be done. A feeling that the communtiy must organize its own bank is growing. A new gymnasium to be built with CWA aid is being considered and a committee was appointed to investigate the matter. Thompson is building such a gymnasium. Tweeten, Bravender, and tBuell Pearson met with the school board Monday evening to lay plans. Little Symphony Coining The monthly P. T. A. meeting has been postponed from February 12 to February 19. At that time the Bsthervllle Little Symphony orchestra will present a concert. This orchestra, under direction of Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell ,is considered one of the leading civic music orgianiza- tions for many miles around. They Play principally leading operatic favorites, with isolos and lighter selections. Trucks Com to Missouri— Henry Nyre, local lumberman, last week drove to Mexico, Mo., with a truck load of corn, which lie delivered at his farm there. Corn there is 53c a bu. He returned this week with a load of oak lumber from his farm. The Ivan Elliot truck was used for the trip. ala Bishop to Coast— Lalla Bishop left on© day last ckso d M ™ Jackson and Mrs. Antone Dldrlksen were added (to the teaching staff of the Sunday school. There were only 20 short of 400 at Sunday school Sunday, and- the winter period has shown a good increase in attendance over last year. The Centenary class held Its monthly fellowship supper and program last night. This is a fine large group, and it is getting a great deal of inspiration from ita weekly school sessions, and as well s making a distinct contribution to '.he whole program of religious ed- 1.11V-J JIJCVUC LllCli 11U111C ±\J I. J.J. V CCil 3* — ....**•*, fjt. v^( ivjil VJ. l^li£ JVPUtt <3U" One year was spent near Sexton- uc ation. The W. P. M. 6. Is meet- and 21 years near Burt, Iowa, and ing today ait the home of Mm. G. L. in 1893 they moved to Lakota and Vohs - A covered dish luncheon will have resided here since. be served at las, followed by the TEINITY LUTHERAN, P. J. Bra. German service, 10:30. Lenten services next Wednesday evening, 7:30 o' clock Confirmation Instruction at no a. TO. The season of an exceptionally solemn 'season. Special (services w ill be conducted during referee's decision. The rest of his matches he won by falls in less than four minutes. Burt Has Prospective 'Champ. Mattoon, a rangy Lu Veme boy, has won five out of six matches. In this 125-lb. class Gran f has ai good boy in N. Boever, and others are Bristow, of Burt, and State, of Gilmore City. The Gilmore City -------•• — •-• — .„„ ,.„_„.. 01 roll uau unswerea witn current ter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bonn- events and a paper on Colonial stetter, who came here from West — _.«•«•.. Bend in 1919. She is a sister of Antoinette Bonnstetter, the well known school nurse and of Representative A. H. Bonnstetter. County Agent G. A. Bonnstetter is her cousin. i Mrs. Browne was graduated from the Algona high school in 1931. Later for a year she studied nursing at St. Joseph's hospital, Omaha. After that till she entered Drake ishe helped her sister Antoinette; She is the youngest child of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Browne are expected here Sunday .for a short visit. Plum Creek Club Meets— The iPlum Creek Social & Literary club held its annual banquet at the Legion hall, Algona, Wednes- •Homes .by Mrs. Claire Anderson. Mrs. 'Luella Smith and Mrs. Lulu May Raney will be assisting hostesses. Mrs. Roy Keen Honored. Mrs, D. p. Smith entertained her Birthday club Saturday/ the occasion being Mrs. Roy Keen's birthday anniversary. One o'clock luncheon was followed by bridge, and Mrs. Keen received a birthday gift. Mrs. W. E. Laird was a guest of the club. There are eight members. W. C. T. U. to Meet Tuesday— A monthly W. C. T. U. meeting will be held next Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Mrs. Jane Clark at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. E. Morgan. A program is day, January 24. Dinner was served to 60 members and guests, following which there was a program which included music by the Rev. „ A. H. Hueser, acornpanied toy his I the 'daughter; a reading by Esther music 'by Mrs. iRaymond Mc; talk on the A , _ y Mr. Hueser; I Donated by the Club, given . . planned, with Mrs. Neal Smith as leader. Lutheran Lenten Services. vrmuore njny. i>ne \jiimore \jiiy u-nwiaieu ay me U1UD, given by lad is the only one who has bested I members. The club will sponsor a Mattoon. In the 145-lb. class Carter, Burt, looks like a good contender for ibenefit card 'party and dance next Tuesday night at the Legion hall. Baptist Men Serye Dinner- county champion, but he will meet | The Baptist men's public dinner a worthy opponent in G. Farrell, of ' Lu Verne, who ihas been undefeated in six matches. Farrell has defeated Pederson, of Grant, in the 155- Ib. class twice, and Pederson defeated Carter. In the 155-lb. class Pederson I at the church Saturday night was ,a success, more than 200 platea being served. The piece de resistance of the menu was roast chicken, and C. H. Taylor and L. A. Miner, chief cooks, demonstrated that they know how to prepare it , .' . — . "— — maw niey KIIOW now to nrenare it should win unless Carter goes up to a king's taste. The trimmings to his weight. Wmkie, of Burt.Uo we re most satisfactory. John! ^l^-^fL^I 6 ™ 6 .',^!^ 1 ^ ;Barr was chairman of the committee in charge, and the only thing the women were allowed to do was to supervise the serving in the dining room. but Who's Who Among Coaches. Tbree of the four coaches have) had training at the State Teachers college: Skarsbaugh, of Grant, was! —~ win. uc waaea on BIX ~ L Bender's wrestling class, as was passion questions of,' also Bowie, of Burt. Bender, State Teachers coach, is one of the best wrestling teachers in the state. Grabau, Lu Verne, received his PKESBYTEWAN, C. Paul Carl- sch001 - " a. m. ; morning wor- *nu Tj<lo'L UllcJLL — • •"«•»**••«••& *» \ji- It is our im- shlp> n< Chl-is tian endeavor, 6:30 p. • - - in.; evening service, 7:30, The Com- muinicants class preparing young people for church membership will begin next -Saturday,10:30 a. m., at ithe church. All young people of the church not yet members are invilt- ted to join the cJass. Parents who have children waning ito join stiould call the pastor, who will also appreciate names of any other young people not members of any other church and young people not members but who should join this griup. CONGREGATIONAL, J. Robt. Hornier, Pastor — Next Sunday: church school, no a. m. A young people's class above high school age has been organized land is now meeting every Sunday morning. Momlmg worship at 11; sermon topic, The Interpretation of Life. Young people's meeting at 7 p. m. FIRST LUTHERAN, M. A. Sjostrand, Pastor—The Aid meets tomorrow afiternoon at Mrs. Rosewall's; Mrs. John Bohannon, assisting hostess. Choir practice tomorrow evening,- 7:30, at parsonage. Sunday school nexit Sunday, 10 am.; vesper worship, 7:30. week for Los Angeles, where she will be employed in the office of Edward Dahms, an uncle. Friends gathered at her home laat week Wednesday evening and presented her with an overnight bag as a farewell gift. Party Honors Mrs. Muhleman— The Goldfield page in last week's Eagle Grove • Eagle reported a Methodist woman's party a week ago 'Friday evening in honor of __ ...„ Mrs. W. G. Muhleman, Algona, who training from McClusky, present was at Goldfield with her husband, State Teachers coach. In 1930-31 Algona Methodist superintendent, he wrestled on the teachers' varsity! wno was attending a Methodist team which defeated Cornell, Min- men's meeting there. The women nesota, Chicago, and Northwestern. who save the party were in part Skarsbaugh, Bowie, and Grabau leaders of Goldfield Methodist soci- started wrestling in their respec-! et * es and in part former parishion- tive high schools only three years 1 * "~ ' ago, but the sport has rapidly become popular. Starr, coach at Gilmore City, received his training at (Des Moines university, and he started wrestling at Gilmore City this year. Orville Orr, Clarion, will officiate at the tournament. A former wrestler at the Teachers college, he was midwest A. A. U. champion while there. For the last two years he has been coaching wrestling at Clarion and has had excellent success. Retired Farmer Is Dead in 86th Year Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at the Plover Methodist church for Edwin iErnest Broadwell, retired Cresco township farmer who died 'Sunday night. He *"""* ers of Mr. Muhleman when he was pastor at Eagle Grove. Lorraine Morrison 13; Party- Lorraine Morrison entertained seven school friends at dinner Tuesday night at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mor•the occasion being her 13th anniversary. The table were in keeping with flay. The after dinner hours were spent at cards and other games. Guests were Barbara Hudson, Meredith (Richardson, •Phyllis Sawyer, Maxine Caldwell, Mary Ellen Worster, Betty Laird, and Margaret Ann Beardsley. Joint Legion-Aux. Meeting— The Legion and the Auxiliary had [a Joint social meeting at the Le; gion hall Friday night, with 80 in Attendance. The program consist,ed of a group of musical numbers I toy the Legion orchestra, 88 years of age. The cause of death was heart disease combined with old age. Mrs. Merton Worster is a daughter. Three sons, Earl, of Sanborn, and Bert and Joe, Valley City, from — •« f — •" —•• .1 MU -bAJJ I'Vb^'U* The Broadwells had for some years lived with the Worsters. , and n AuxUiry double trio e O. B. Laing and a ihunvorous read- ,ing by Alice Rist, •bridge and dancing. followed by Bridge prizes were won by Mrs. C. A. Joynt and J. iStreit. The Legion orchestra Home Town Cast To Present "Fortune Teller" Two Nights Victor Herbert's "The Fortune Teller" will be presented by a home-talent cast at the high school auditorium next Monday and Tuesday nights. The curtain will rise at 8:15, after which no one will be seated till the end of the first act. Mrs. T. P. Harrington is chairman of ticket sales. A synopsis of the production by Lucia Wallace, director, follows: The scene is laid in Hungary, the first act in a courtyard of an opera house and ballet school. The Plot in Brief. Count Berezowski is looking for the heiress to a large estate, and he finds that she is Irma, ballet pupil who is in love with, Capt. Ladislas, of the Hungarian Hussars. Ladislas tells Irma that her twin brother Fedor is a deserter from the Hungarian army. Irma, desiring to save.him from death, also to avoid marriage with the count, leaves a suicide note for Fresco, ballet master, dons her brother's Hussar uniform, and escapes. Fresco is furious when he learns that Irma is gone, for he had expected to earn a large reward for arranging a marriage between Irma and the count. Boris and his daughter Musette now enter with a band of gypsies, and Musette's remarkable flkenesa to Irma leads Fresco to have her masquerade as Irma and marry the count. The story then progresses with colorful music and clever lines in! three acts to a happy ending. Dancers and Orchestra. There will be special dances illustrating "'Serenade of all Nations," as follows: Spanish-JEvelyn Bode, Arthur! Lukensmeyer; Irish — Katharine McCall, Robert Harrington; 'French—Alice Behlmer, 'Loretta Howie; Chinese—Josephine Murtagh, Donald newel; Negro—Alice Rist, Craig Smith. The personnel of the orchestra, which will ibe conducted by D Wayne R. Collins, will be: First violins, Henry Becker, Mrs. Anderson; second violins, Betty Gunn, Frances McEnroe; cello Glen Raney; cornet, Ruth Malueg; trombone, Evelyn Smith; bass, R H. Gudenan; flute, Maxwell MU- ler; clarinet, Donald Parsons- drums Frank Ostrum; harp, M j McOall; piano, Harriet Rice. The musical program will be in Harriet Little Theater Guild Meets— The Little Theater Guild, Congregational young women's study club, met last Thursday evening, •Loretta Howie and Jean Coon hostesses. Drusilla Caughlin reviewed Richard Burton's How to See a Play and Ella Lewis reviewed Rip Van Winkle Sees a Play. Helen Corey is president of the club; Leota Zeigler, secretary-treasurer. is a new organization which a month to study Lent church. F. A. M. Frost is 87— Mrs. F. L. Tribon entertained at iamily dinner last Thursday noon in honor of the 87th birthday of 'her father, F. A. M. Frost. There were eight guests. Other Society. CWA work, which began at 30 hours a week but was recently reduced to 24, suffered another cut last week Monday, when it was reduced to 15. County Administrator W. E. McDonald reported 322 persons still at work this week Monday, and the pay roll last week was $2845.27. The P. E. O. Sisterhood met with Mrs. Theo Chrischilles yesterday •afternoon, and Mrs. M. G. (Norton reviewed Will Ourant's book, Meaning of Life. The next meeting will be at Mrs. W. B. Quarton's, and the B. I. L.'s will be entertained at dinner and a program. Mrs. C. N. Aalfs and Mrs. Marguerite Kenefick entertained at five tables of bridge last 'week Wednesday night. The high scores were won by Mrs. Hiram White and Mrs. Gladys South. Mrs. M. C. McMahon won low prize. The Union township Mothers & Daughters club met last Thursday •at Mrs. H. E. Ward's. Mrs. Frank Thompson gave piano and vocal numbers, and W. C. Dewel gave a talk on heredity. The Baptist (Booster bunch meets tomorrow night at the parsonage. This is Mrs. Paul Black's Sunday school class of married couples 'Plans for a church supper to be served at the Legion hall March 17. ffc P ,? trlck ' s <! a y- are being laid by the Presbyterian women. The St. Thomas Episcopal Guild meets thi* afternoon with Mrs. Wilfred Anderson. meets once drama. S. S. Classes Plan Event— The Methodist Centenary and Homebmlders Sunday school classes are planning a church affair in the Sunday school room Wednesday evening. February 21. A committee consisting of Messrs, and Mesdames A. A. Bishop, Henry Douglas, Arthur Helberg, Burdette •Agard, and Russell Maxwell met at Mr and Mrs. E. A. Genrich's one! mght last week to lay plans. Shower for Ella Nauman— A grocery and miscellaneous shower was given Sunday afternoon by aunts of Eleanor Nauman, who will be married soon to 'Leonard J. Klocke, Wesley farmer. There were more than 100 relatives %* %i e - nds ln a * e ^ance. Late in . refreshments were ere ^! eanor is the Daughter of Barbara Hudson Has Birthday— JrtSS. ' Hudson reached her 13tih . , - anniversayr Friday celebrated by entertaining 16 girls at four small tables, and the plrty £* P^nts, Mr. and! MrsTiL? B Hudson. The guests were seated FRANK WEYDERT IS DEAD AT63 YEARS Frank Weydert, widely known St. Joe farmer, died Monday morning. He had been in failing health a year and a half, and was critically sick during the last two months. The immediate cause of death was tumor. Funeral servicee were conducted yesterday morning at St. Joseph's church St. Joe, Father Theobald ?h! 1 =? tl ? g> and burial was m ade in the St. Joe cemetery. Mr. Weydert was born in Luxembourg 63 years ago. When he was ? mi * rated *o America and m >, the St Joe ne teW>orhood; ri - he was mar "ed to Susan Hilbert, who, with four children survives. The children are Mrs.' Nick Kmsoh, east of Algona and 'Nick, Matt and Tony, all at 'home There are five grandchildren. TO 5 ro ^ hers "» ' thia country, N. .Weydert, Algona, and Nick, St Joe, survive; also a few close rela- tvies in the old country We £ dert was an 'industrious who owned a half section northwest of et. Joe in RiveS *«>P- He;.wasa mem K r f thl 'St. Joe Catholic church. Want Ads ^, S -^^rS, C ffl aR Phone 7F12. Jg£ RENT-NEW 6-ROOM mofern bungalow and earage.-4rYin Seeman. 701 N. *IUK WALE—TWO BLECTRIclH"- cubatora 300 and 160-eggsize in first-class condition._Mrs7 j o F p "ce. {;'21 WANTBD-JOU ON FARM Family itt^ € * P Vd nCe *" C - an e '° ^^ Advance. FebruarvTs * euruary a. broilers. will HATCH yours early 37-21 Follow the Crowds to "You always have a crowd here," said a custom*! last week. Even in the usually dullJanuary and Fell ruary days, you'll usually find a happy, content crowd of customers at Chrischilles & Herbst. Our pleasant and courteous sales organizatiol makes it a pleasure to shop here. The new sprinif goods are arriving—our alert buyers are scouring tfci country for the newest and most intriguing fabricJ styles, accessories. ' Our pattern department is a busy place. A conve™ lent table at the rear of the store offers comfort anil seclusion in which to purchase your requirement!! New cotton prints, new silks, new materials will makel your spring dressmaking a joy. But always remember—follow the drowds—-wise an! thrifty women wouldn't patronize a store that wasn't' offering better bargains., superior service, or newei goods. The sale of corsets, remnants, white goods, and thJ season's clearance" of coats and dresses, continues February. Follow'the crowds to SOFTAS^aUCKSKII WEARS «O LIKE 1ROI THAT'S WHY Millions Wear Wolverine Shell Honenldes "I never knew work ahoc* could be so „ on the feel! w ... "Uppers still u soft as . day I bought the shoes.** ... "I can't seem! wear them out" ... that*s the praise fr men who wear Wolverine Shell Horsehid They know Wolverines stand the gaff in toughest service. No woiufer! Wolverine Shell Honehide hai extra-wearinc surface. Secret tanning makes douUe*tren|th leather almost (love-soft, i «id aeid-resbtinftf And the seam* are —. -«. nu^Tvrum con MM wnen you conw •, comfort, neat appearance and real economy, .«„..„ airjaL Comeln $1.9* and up . The HUB Clothienl Leuthold-William.-Reynoldt A Friendly, Dependable Stare CHEVROLET 1934 Models With Knee Action Now on the floor of our room. Come and see them. KOHUAAS EROS. Phone 200

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