Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1934 · Page 5
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itaM^fe " —»—^^^^•"""'•••••••^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^,~^^^'~~ > *.»-»-»^ VA-TJX^ *.^rTTJTB. J3IS C ^agdBggjStirs Wrath of Swea Citv Farmer fancy Seedless Grapefruit,^ dozen , lori da Sweet Orangey dozen 3 ems for -25c Wheat Flour, nre Bye Flour, e Graham Flour, 4 Qg b. sacks • ** w Macaroni, Spaghetti, t, Noodles, 5 pkgs arrots, No. 2 size can, _ ,'2 for 18C Loked, Salted, and Pickled \ Fish bomplet* line of fresh Fruits, ' Vegetables and Meats. Top price for Eggs. R, SOBENSEN COMPANY Phones 138 and 139 We Deliver OWEST • Travel COST In History Round Trip J4 tochw S v MILE way in PRODUCT SOLD AT S.UTORES Qwea City, Mar. —When the North Kossuth Livestock Shipping association met Friday afternoon someone presented a can of corn >eef bought in Qwea City that was abeled as raised in South America. After investigation it was :ound that local merchants had on their shelves corn beef from Uruguay and Brazil. After deliberation ;he association passed resolutions asking Swea City merchants to "buy no foreign canned meat, and to use their influence to stop the importation of foreign canned meat into the community. The merchants stated that they had not as- jumed the meat was an un-American product, and lhad not examined it. The association also asked iheir secretary to write Secretary Wallace, asking him to explain why we are asked to cut down production while foreign products are being (brought an. The association reports read at the meeting showed 108 carloads shipped during the past year, consisting of 259 sheep, <509 cattle, and i5209 hogs. Gross sales were $66.901.13, with $37S.67 home expenses, including $79.65 for injured and dead stock, and $621.98 manager's commission. Directors-for the coming year are Ole Kvamsdale, George Nyman, Wm. Thompson and 'Leonard Mino. Those nominated for director are Carl Arnold, Arthur Holcomb, Emil (Larson, C. J. Applequiet. Golden Wedding Celebrated— 'Last week the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Norris was celebrated at the home of 'their grandson, Wm. L. Barker. Mr. Norris, of Canada, and Mrs. Norris, New York state, were married in Algona. They have two sons, John, of Corning, and William, of Wells, Minn. There are 20 grandchildren, seven great-grand- 2 c MILE lae/i way In S/eeperi or far/or Can, space extra. A few sample round trip coach, fares from Algona, Ia., to Mason City $1.89 Charles City $2.88 Chicago ; $14.21 Milwaukee $12.82 Emmetsburg ____$ .89 Spencer . $1.75 tickets on sale every day, between all stations on .The Milwaukee Road. SAVE TIME-SAVE MONEY SAVE YOUR NERVES Ul tftt tng/new do At driving C. A. JOYNT Je call for your suit or dress, dry clean and press it, f ATS CLEANED ANOREBLOCKED RU6S AND DRAPERIES GLEANED e Call For and Belirer. odern DRY CLEANERS Phone 537. A N S TO ISWMIQ —Seer******* ANCE PAGE BTVB children, and grandchild. A one great-great- daughter Carrie died at the age of 21. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Leander and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. John Mosier, of Corning; Mr. and Mrs. John Barker and daughter, and Mrs. George Nutt and children, Fairmont; the Carl Raths, of Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Art Spear, Sherlburn; the Wm. Barkers, and Wm. Mathers, of rg wea City. The "William Norrises have lived in this vicinity several years, having farmed north of town till last year when they moved City. to Swea Lakota Wins Declam Grant, Ledyard, Lakota, and SPRING MOVES BEING MADE AT FENTONFARMS Fenton, Mar. o—Among spring movers are the 'Otto Ohms, to the place vacated by Molvin Ma.nsa.jers, the latter to the John Light farm; tho LrigMs to the I>an Hantolman residence, Fonton; the Emll Haasea to tho farm vacated by .the Ohms. Tho Marinus Nelsons moved to tho Kdward Weisbrod farm, seven miles north of town; tho Alrharts, WhJttemore, to the farm vacated by tho Nelsons. Tho J. W. Hart- mams have moved to a farm south of Lone Rock; tho Mlno Behrends to the farm vacated by Hortmans. Tho Nathan Banworts, Rodman, have moved to a farm south of Fenton vacated by tho Heddingers; the William Hantelmons to their farm, south west of town; the E. D. Whdtcs moved to the house they vacated. The Ruseel Thompsons have moved to a farm near Lone Rock. Mrs. John Holgens will move bock to her cottage where the Thompsons lived. The John GHlinghams moved to the 'house vacated by tho Whites; the John Campbells to a farm near Seneca; the Harry Elmores to the place tho Campbells vacated. Attend Dinner Near Cylinder— The F. H. Bohns, the B. K. John sons, and the C. F. Wegenors were gue&ts at 7 o'clock dinner at the Tom Geoders home near Cylinder last week Tuesday evening serv^J by Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Banwart, rivate 7 oir^» n "! j~' 1 Rodman, representatives of an Swea'ch?one sec'ond* *' mtaum company ' After d1nner * Mr ' e>wea t,rcy one^ second. Hape gave a demonstratton ^ the Euth Anderson is Married— advantages of new methods of cook- A week ago Monday at Blue mtr ' Five-hundred was played, F. the marriage of (Ruth Anderson and Harold Christiansen. OBdna Anderson, sister of the bride, and Russell Byers were witnesses. The couple returned to Swea City aifter a trip to Minneapolis. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anderson, and has clerked in several stores here, being- recently employed in the Blomster drug stoe. She is a graduate of the Swea City high school. The bridegroom is a son of Sam Christiansen, Jewell, and is manager of the Swea City service station. Two Movers Are Honored— The Bert Larsons and the Martin Sampsons have moved to Armstrong, the Larsons five miles north of Armstrong, and the Sampsons south of Armstrong. Last week Tuesday evening (Lutheran church members held a surprise reception for them at the church basement A fine program and sup•per -were enjoyed. The Aid presented each of the women with a gift, The Bev, Mr. Bode, pastor of the church, gave an address. The __, Larsons toave lived on their farm n\ag, "the occasion being fcw birthday one mile east of Swea City for anniversary. Five-hundred was played at five tabes. Mra. B. A. Huskamp and Herman Huekamp won Swea City students competed in a declamatory contest at Ledyard last week Wednesday evening. In oratorical, Kenneth Thompson, of 'Ledyard, won first with Esau, America's Patron Saint; William Powers, Lakota, second, Call to Arms. In dramatic, Lyla Hamm, Ledyard, first, Eyes; -Betty Ley, of Lakota, second, Madam Butterfly. Humorous, James Logan, Ledyard, first, Home Talent -Rehearsal; Alpha Simmons, second, The Balby Twenty Years Ago talent hnfl K ono over blp, all wnits 'In the opera houso being Clllod. Tihc porformimco one night mado a profit of $200. The title of the play WM The Now Minister. Onn of the Icort- Inp parts was played by Senator Dickinson. Mm. Ambrose Call fell at Ihor home ami broke « hip In tho same place wticro it was broken two y«irs before. She hful been using crutch™ felnco her first fall, .and -this time a crutch Klipprxl on a "kitchen floor. A picture wan printed of it-he now H. C. Attains building, now occupied by the Dnifiglstft Mutual. It was built on .the rilto of the former Foss tailor shop, which ihad burned clwwn somn time before. The Wilson Motor Co. was sponsoring a contest among school children for the best essay on a Kafety- first campaign for motorists. ft-laes wc.ro to be el von, and the, contest was ito <?n ( .i on April i];. A letter from J. M. Dye, Swoa City, announced candidacy on the republican itlckct for representative, Entrants in a high school declamatory contest were Fred Geigel B. Galbralbh, Howard M. Vlnson,, Welcome Johnston, Hazel Mtooro Eleanor Norton, Mabel Plnjbt, ' Earl Wilson, Genovlovo Bowyer, Helen FalkenhaJiner, Glen .Tenklnson, Maroa Keith, and Edna Sorenson. S. L. Sherman, Wesley, was talked of as candidate on the republican ticket for county auditor. He had been editor of the Wesley News- World, but was a rural mail carrier in 1914. .Supt. Ovormyer, Dr. M. J. Kenefick, and I,. J. Dickinson were to «pp!ilc at tho Congregational church Sunday evening. The Rev L, A, Gocldard had set aside his sermon hour for talks on choosing a profession. R. B. demons, of the Bunt Creamery, had been elected president of. Ithe state buttermakers association at Fort Dodge convention. A county road system had been planned 1n tihe summer of 1913 in compliance with a new law, and a map was published In tho Advance. Only a few changes were necessary ito meet approval of the state highway commission. A number of interesting court cases were on trail. Three devorcee had been granted. Gregory Studer, St. Benedict, planned to be a candidate for supervl- or to succeed L.. M. Oestorreicher. Edith Bowyer Whiffen lhad written her mother from Hawaii, .telling of her trip tfhere as accompanist Ito a famous siinger. They were -shown al over the Island, and they gave a. special performance for Queen L11. The Otto Knucleons had become pareniUi of a boy, and tt boy had also been born to the B. Seeleys. The Seoleya already had a child, born in the Philippines. Mrs. Seoley is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. •Heise, and her husband is now an Army colonel in, tho veterinary service. high, and Mrs. travel prize. Telephone Company Meets— The telephone company held its annual meeting Saturday, and officers were re-elected: Dr. J. T. Waite, president; Philip Wander, vice-; F. H. Bohn, secretary; G. W. Newel, treasurer; directors, M. B, Burwnsh Herman Krauee, Peter Hayenga. The yearly phone rental of stockholders was reduced from $10 to J8, ithe regular, however, to remain at $12, with a 5% discount if paid before April 1. Surprise Honors A Birthday- airs. R. C. Goetsch was taken by surprise Saturday evening, the occasion being her birthday. Bridge was played at two tables. Mra. F. J, Weiebrod won high prize; Mrs. E. A. "Weisbrod, travel prize; Mrs. H. C. Llndsey, low. Other guests were Mrs. F. P. Newel, Mrs. H, H, Wdd- del, Mrs. G. B. Johsson, and Mary Jane Eigler. Mrs. Huskftmp Has Birthday— Mra. 'Irvln Huskamp was taken by surprise last week Tuesday eve- more than 16 years. George Stokes ia Derid— Mrs, Virgil Moore received word Monday of the death of her father, George Stokes. Mr. Stokes was long a former west of town, then lived In town, later moved to Fairmont. The widow and three other daughters survive: Muriel, Butte, (Mont., teacher; (Esther, who is Mrs. Bex Johnson, Welcome, Minn.; and Lucretia, at borne. Many Moving in Swea— (Much moving has taken place the past week. The Art Andersons and Raymond "Winter exchanged places. Dan Funderburg moved to the 'Collins farm. Axel Paulson moved to the HagJund farm he purchased last fall. The Morgensons have moved to the Bert Larson farm. New Incubators Installed— Ray Smith and Martin (Dahl last eejic installed two Buckeye incubators with a capacity of 4,000 eggs Jach, increasing the capacity of the hatchery to 72,000 eggs. They have a branch hatchery in Ringsted with a 16,000-egg incubator with Arnold Anderepu in charge. former Pastor Here Dies— Friends here received word of the death of Or. A. T. Seashore, the high scores; low, Walter Wegener and Howard Reeder. Refreshment were brought by theguesta. Corn-Hog Committee Named— A permanetn corn-hog committee for Fenton township was selected art a meeting at the Center schoolhouse, two miles south of Femlton, last week Tuesday. TUe committee is H. H. Dreyer, P. M. ChrfstHoneon, and Charles Newel.. Farewell for Harold Goetsches— Neighbors and other friends gathered last week Tuesday at Mrs. Harold GoertschTs. The Ooetohea moved last'week ito a farm near Hollamr ' dale, Minn. Mra. Goetson vae pre- oented with a sift. Surprise for Mrs. Johnson— Mrs. B. K. Johnson was guest of honor at a birthday surprise party ai her home Sunday evening. Bridge was played. Amos Finnestad v°" higih prize, ateo cut; B. J. Frank received consolation. School Superintendent Honored— Supt M. B. Otternesa was guest of honor at a birthday surprise par- tv at W. C. Stamer'a Saturday even- inir A H Peterson and Mrs. John Arbogast 'won the Mgh prizes at cards. who was pastor of the kuttwran; church here in 1903. At the time of , Quilting party -^^ heM ft afflf.iS?**S«2L M u rf£. R CMtiJtaftlji Iiote Tourney Game— Dennis ?he Cardinals loot their first Kyle, game in tihe etate amateur tourney and played in the sectional tournament at Algona Thursday, and won from Laikota, 15-14, but lost to Ledyard Friday, 32-26. Other Fonton News. Mr. and Mr, Charles Newel enter- (tained the 500 club last week. Mrs. Anrois Flnnestad and Fred Jacobs won the hiigh scores. Mr. and Mm. G. B. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jentz were club guests. Mrs. O. H. Graham wah hostess to her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Mrs. F. j. Weisbrod won the high score prize; Mrs. F. H. Eigler received consolation. Mrs. Charles Sohemmel, Ringsted, was a club guest. Edith Laage, teacher, and Karl Schwartz, Coo student, both from Cedar Rapids, Francis OBailey, teacher at Brftt, and Elvira Krause, teach er at Garner, spent the week epd at their parental homes. The Elmer Olsons, Brltt, visited Sunday atC. F. C. Laage's. They are former Fenton residents, neighbors of the Laages more than ten years ago. Mrs. Charles Theesfield, who had been cut her son Clarence's since the birth of the latiter's son Larry, returned to her home near Armstrong Sunday. Helen Radig has been hired tto teach the rest of the term in No. 9, following resignation of Mrs. K. O. Stepheneon. Hazel Weisbrod attended a Willing Workers club meeting at-Mrs. S. O. Sande's Seneca, Saturday. Hertha Jaskulke employed dn Minneapolis, came Friday and will go back this week Tuesday. Homer Huskamp, driver for a Standard Oil truck at Britt, spent Sunday with the horn© folks. Tho Charles Schenvmels, Ring- «ted, spent from last Thursday till Sunday at E. C. Weiobrod's. Tho F. P. Newel drove to Waldorf, MJnn., Sunday to visit Mrs. Newel's mother, Mrs. Mary Sorensen. The R. C. Goeteches and Agnes Goetsch werie enter-baUned Sunday at Frank Bailey's. Mr. and Mrs, Harvey Higley, Jr., Fairmont, visited Fenton relatives Sunday. Anna Reimera is working oJt the Walter Jentz lunch room, Graet- tdnger. Mrs, Kate Newel, Spencer, spent Sunday with Fenton relatives. Ray Stoeber •was a Spencer business visitor last week Tuesday. The William. (Boettchers, tBurt, were at O. H. Graham's Sunday. Swea City A week ago Sunday evening relatives and friends of the Henry Hagens gathered at the Martin Sampson home for the 25th wedding anniversary of the Hagens. Mr. and Airs. Harold Bishop left last week for Salem, Ore., where thy will make their home, Mr. Bishop will operate a truck garden there. Several parties were given, in their honor before they left. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Pehrson have moved -back to their farm in Swea township. The Peter Loofts moved 19 their town 'house. Earl Preston 'moved from the Pehrson farm to t!he C. M. Christian farm, and the Henry McGregors, to the, farm vacated by the J. B. Toungs. The Mandus Lloyd family is moving to a farm near Belevan, Minn. The Hugh Butterfields will live upstairs in the Cashing Ihome. Kay Logan moved to the Rudolph Peterson farm, and the Chris Becks to the Anna Griffith farm. The Laurence Saxtons, who moved to Estherville, are moving back to the Dlof Pearson farm, Mrs. F. J. Thompson, June Thomson, and Oenevieve Knutson drove to Ames Saturday, returning Sunday. Mrs. Thomson and June visited (Burton Thomson, sophomore in the college there. Genevieve Knutson, visited Katherine Bravender. John Hammond has moved to the Bancroft community. The Raymond Andersons are moving to the farm vacated by the Hammonds. 3arl Lein is moving to the Ed Rohlin farm, and James Doocy win live on the Rohlin farm south of town. Mra. Bert Packman is caring for IMrs. Jerome Johnson ia Buffalo Center. Mrs. Johnson, who was Blanco Knutson, is very ill. Mrs. Tom (Mitchell and Mrs. jharles Rdhlin entertained at (bridge Thursday afternoon. Walter Aman, aittendtog HamU- it±n business college, Mason City, spent the week-end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George- Ainan. JOHN SPILLES DIES; FATHER OFJpNIAN Whittemore, Mar. 6—Last week Monday night John Spllles, resident o£ WihIUtcmoro more than 53 years, died, following an Illness of only a few days. Mr, Splllc.s was bom December 10, 1861, dn Luxembourg 1 , one of a family of eight chldren, the only KOTO to grow to manhood. He came to this country at an early age and eettled in Missouri. In mi ho came to Whktemore, and he was one, of the town's earliest business men. Later he farmed near itowh. Ho retired 20 years ago. On October 3, 1888, Mr. Spllles was married to Gertrude Frambatih at Algona. Three children were born: Leo, Algona; Frank, New Hampton; Mrs. Anna Poirot, Whittcmore. There are two grandsons, Bobby Pdlrot and Frank's son Francis. Mrs. Spllles also survives. Funeral services wore held last Thursday at St. Michael's Catholic church, <tho Rev. Father Volt say- Ing the mass. Pall-bearers were Henry Geolan, James Geelan, J. M. Flem ing, Frank Rochford, F. J. Kelly, and John Cullen. Interment took place In the cemetery north of town. Dinner Honors B. B. Girls Members of the public school glrla' basket ball team, Miss Lynoh, Miss Emanuel, and iMiss Ldndstrom, teachers, and Supt. and Mrs. F. j! Koohford were entertained Tuesday evening at dinner at George Meyer's, LydLa and Verda Meyer hostesses. Name cards were made of English walnuts fashioned tto represent al basket ball and the nut cups -were in purple and gold, .the school colors. Candles were of purple, and the table center piece was the trophy won by the girls at the county tournament. After dinner 500 was played at four tables, and the high prize and travel prize were won by Miss Emanuel, low by June Wehrspann. Ait midnight a, two course lunch was served. Carl Doylo Has Good Job— Pat (Carl) Doyle, son of (Mr. and Mrs. Larry Doyle, has been transferred to Texarkana, Ark, where he Is airplane mechanic and moil dispatcher in the army mail service. He wrote: "I have the best job I ever have had, or probably ever will have, i am all by myself, my own boss. I get $5. a day for expenses, besides my regular army pay, and I pay $30 a month for room and board, i have one ship a day to care for. It arrives at 6 in the morning and leaves at 6:25. I check the mail on the ship, exchange dt, and that is all. I am fine and dandy, but very lonesomte. As soon as I am able to get leave I am coming to see you. Store Clerk Will Farm- Roman Eiaenbacher, who was a valued employe at the Zumach grocery and meat market for several years, recently resigned, having Neva Olsen, Sexton GM 9 Is Bride of Leo Steven Sexton, March 6—Neva Olsen, (laughter of Mr, and Mrs. George Olsen Sr., and Leo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven, were married Friday at high noon at the church here, the Rev. I. C. McNulty performing the ceremony. •Mrs. Veda Hodrick played the wedding march as the couple took their places In front of the altar. They wero attended by Mrs. Ha Huff and Arthur Olsen. Mary Harris sang, i Love You Truly, proceeding the ceremony. The bride wore a gown of light blue crepe trimmed in white, and a white turban and white slippers, and carried a bouquet of talisman roaea. Her attendant wore a. pale green gown with tan. hat and slippers and carried a aimlliar bouquet. Following the ceremony, a wedding dinner was served at the house renter he Henry for this season. Frambach, farm New €Ierlc at Zumach's— B. C. Jackmann, Emmeitoburg, who had for some 'time been employ, ed at the Basket Grocery, Algona, moved to Whlttemore Sunday and has begun work at the Zumaoh meat market. Change in Opening Hour— •Starting with last Thursday, opening hours for 'Whittemore business houses were changed to 7:30 a. m., and after March 31 the opening hour will be 7 a. m. Mrs. William Hospital patient— Mrs. E. C. Witham was bought to *he McCreery hospital Sunday to tho Swanson ambulance. She has pneumonia,, and her baby ia elck •with the flu. New Clerk at Zumaoh's— The Leo Van Duseldorbs, Kanawha, have moved to TVMttemiore, and Mr. Duseldorb Is employed at the Zumach grocery and meat market. Farewell for Vaudt Children— Last week Tuesday evening young folks gathered at Albert Vaudt's with baskets of food, the occasion a farewell for itlhe Vaudt children. Third Son for Eisenbachers— A boy, third child, was born last Thursday to the Roman. Eisenbach- ers. The other two ohUdren are also boys. Father Sweeney In Hospital— Father Sweeney, Fort Itodge, formerly here, was a peltteret last week at Mercy hospital. WHTPTMORE NEWS A. A. Zumach. moved his household goods from the back rooms of hds lunch and confeottonery to the Theodore Keene house in, ithe west end of town. The George Alr- harta, near Rodman, moved to one of Adam Luchsinger's house and Theodore Knecht moved from the A. Luchsinger house in the south part of town to one of Mrs. EJUer's houses. The Augut Vaudts, the George Meyers, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Oreinaxt attended a 500 party at Edw. Grelnart's, Fairville, Sunday evening. Cards 'were played at six tables, and prizes were won by Louis Greinart and Sedama IBiers- iedt, high, Arthur Frederic and Clara Vaudt, low. Mr. and Mrs. William Maahs, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maahs, and Mrs. B. Hesse, Nashua Minn., went home last Thursday, after five daya with local relatives. Mrs. Julius Maahs is William's and Fred's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Melne entertained their card club last week Tuesday evening. The high prize was won by Mrs. JuMus Will; cut t>y Andrew Elbert and George Wto- kel, travel by Mr. Will. iMrs. Fred Tiemann and Edgar Heinrich. came Sunday from Fair- moot, to spent the day with the tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heinrich. Mrs. Tieonann and (Mrs. Heinricb are sisters. Harry Retake, who lived on one of Mna. W. F. Day's farms, moved to the Biler house. Clyde/ Alrhart moved from *he old Meyer reaiden.ce to a farm seven mllea north of town. The Albeit Veuidta moved «o a farn* near Mvermore. The Vaudrt« recently sold their place to> Hiw. of the bride's paren/ts to ihe immediate relatives and a few friends. Tho new Mrs. Steven Is a graduate 'of the Algona high school and has lived here all of her life. Mr. Steven has been farming with hie father '!•% miles north of (town. The couple will live in the Carl Paetz te- •nant house, where Mr. Steven will ba employed on the Baetz farm. They began housekeeping Monday. Mrs. Evert Hodgtn. Irvwcod, spent Friday and Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven, and attended the wedding of her brother, Leo, Friday. Mr. Hodgin came Saturday, and he with Mrs. Hodg-ln, spent Sunday with his moth, er and sister at Rudd returning to Inwood Sunday nlgiht. Mr. Hodgin. la a coach at the Inwood (high school. Mrs. Evert Hodgin, Inwood, wart ithe only relative from a dilstance attending the wedding and reception. Mrs. Hodgin Is a sister of Leo Steven. Reception for Newly Weds— Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven entertained <at a reception party Saturday «vening in the church hero In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven, who were married Friday. A program was given during! <**» evening, after which Ice-cream, and cake and cookies wero served to 95. Hear Womnn Evangelist-— Mrs. G. B. Wdse and family land Mrs. "W. C. Taylor atended church service Sunday evening at the Naz- artno church In Algona, and report an interesting sermon given by a^ woman evangelist. Greinart and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Greinart will live on this farm. Ralph: walker, Alfred and (Bernard Bell, Rudolph Hannover, a-nd Clifford Crawford drove to Mason "*ty last week Wednesday, and Ralph bought a car there. Mrs. George Meyer and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwltli called last Thursday at Mrs. Walter Struecker's, West Bend, and the George Maahs home south of town. Leona Dreyer, Letts Creek, who was confined to home for some time with a fractured ankle, has resumed (her duties at'the Zumach grocery and meat market. Mr. and Mrs. George Balgeman, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rabe, West Bend, drove to Delavan, Minn., Saturday ito Visit the Harold Kueoker's. Bernlce Balgeman was at Mallard last week, helping the C. C. Johnsons move to a farm near West Bend. Mrs. Johnson was formerly Meta Balgeman. Friends attending an "aluminum stipper" at Connie Doyle's last Thursday evening. After supper cards were played. The George Meyers were Monday evening callers at Erwin Bruhn's, Cylinder, the occasion being Mr. Bruhn's birthday. Verda and Helen, daughters of Mr/and Mrs. George Meyer, visited over Sunday at Erwin Bruhn's, Cylinder. The 'Frank Bells, Blue Earth, were last week Wednesday guests of Mrs, Bell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oordes. The Frank Rochfords were over Sunday guests of Mr. Rochford's parents at New Hampton. The H. R. Zumochs were Sunday evening dinner guests at Nick Gen- gler'e, Lotts Creek. Frank Behnke, Lutheran teacher at Webster Oity, was an over Sunday visitor here. Verna Emanuel, high school teacher, visited over Sunday aft Spdrit Lake. The Methodist Aid-met last Thursday afternoon at Mrs. Elmo Bar- ber'a Mrs. Helen WaKers and Mrs. Leo Walters are both sick. Dr. and Mrs. J. w. 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