Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 15, 1934 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 15, 1934
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH nOTTNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA New Model RCA VICTOR All-electric radios, 4 tubes, at only $18.95 HOLECEK BADIO & MUSIC SHOP PRESBYTERIAN SUPPER Saturday, Legion Hall Swiss Steak Mashed Potatoes and Gravy Buttered Lima Beans Lime Jello Vegetable Salad Rolls, Coffee, Jelly, and Pickles Apple Pie and Cheese 25c and 85c Serving begins at 5 o'clock. The Tailored Suit Hat Paris says: "Big hats again," NewBooks^\dded byJLibrar^at Swea City LUVERNE CAR PATRONAGE OF LIBRARY HAS BEEN GROWING Swea City, Mar. 13 — When the library was opened Saturday morning 53 new books were on the shelves ready for loaning. A list of the books is: The Short Bible, To Michael, Miranda, Finding of Jasper Holt, No Second Spring, 'Bishop, Blue Feathers, The Window, Rainbow Peacock Cat, A Fairy Dictionary, Little .Smoke, \Rocky Billy, Fairy Tale Plays and How to Act There. The 'Dark >Frigate, Skitten Cat, The Sparrow of Nlm, Pinochio in Africa, Story of Or. Doolittle and The Voyage of Dr. Doolittle, Dick and Tom, The Story of Two Horses, Stories of Brave Dogs, Jimmie the Story of a Black 'Bear Cub, Enchanted Ground, and Glory of Youth, One More 'River. Kristin Lavernsdotter, The Alaskan and Uncle Sam's Attic, Along the Road to Bethlehem, The Broad Highway and The Way Beyond. There were 20 books for children: Bird Book for Children, Star, The Indian Pony; Prince Jan, Story of a St. Bernard; Prince Jan, Peter Pan, The Lost (Monkey, The Little Dutch Tulip and Wee Scotch Piper, Hiawatha Primer, Fun at Sunny Side Farm, Folk Tales Retold, Fifty Indian Legends. Children's Classics in Dramatic Form, Uncle Wiggly Book 3, Prose and Poetry Book, Childhood of Jishib and OJibway Jenks, Wee Ann Phillips, Adventures in a Big City, King Arthur and His Knights. The library is being well patronized, more books going out than at j any previous time. Mrs. J. L. Vaux and "The Elite" presents was named as a hoard member to many new versions. It's easy'succeed Mrs. Oscar Pearson, who day meeting this week Thursday .it Mrs. Lewis Lowman's, Mrs, Lucille Rich assisting hostess. (Roll call will be answered with names _ of musical composers, and a musical program is to be given, with Mrs. Nettie Rich, Mrs. Rose .Sabin, and Mrs. Clara Drayton in charge. A covered-dish luncheon will be served at noon. Families are invited. 3frs. Everett William Home— Mrs. Everett Withain was brought home tFrirtay morning from the Whittemore hospital, where she was taken a week ago Sunday with bronchial pneumonia. She is greatly improved. Mrs. Fesslcr Leaves Hospital— Mrs. Lurhl Fessler, of iRingsted, was taken to the parental J. P. Nickerson home Sunday. She had been a patient at the Kossuth hospital a week and a half, and is now improving slowly. Mr. Fessler, the children, and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lowman were also Sunday guests of the Nickersons. Wm. Mueller Keported Cheerful— The Henry Muellers visited William Mueller at a Fort Dodge hos- to choose your individual hat from so many charming styles in Brims, Breton Sailors, and Wind Blown styles. $2.5)5 and up THE ELITE SHOP has moved to Fairmont. Program Given for P.-T.-A.— Monday evennig the regular P. T. A. meeting was held, and the following program was given: concert by school band; business meet- Earl Josten; men's octette, led by Earl Josten; men's ostette, led by Lloyd Anderson; Importance o£ Good Text Books in the School, Mrs. J. H. Warner; playlet, fifth grade; stunt (by senior class; Tin Pan orchestra, Walter O'Green, Orville Thorson, Richard O'Green, Harold O'Green, and Cecil Thorson. A large crowd was present. The meetings have been well attended and interesting since the organization started. is what a woman asks for when buying salt in Hungary. Here in America, 2/3 of all women ask for Morton's because— WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS Rural Route Change Planned— Dewey Patton, postoffice inspector, was here Friday and made plans for the consolidation of the two rural mail routes here. Carrier Warburton \yill retire May 31 on pension, having caried some 18 or 19 years. Carrier Richard Berg, who now lias a 3fi mile route, will serve the entire 67 miles, which includes the present Warburton 31 mile route. This is done as an economy measure. The route will be nearly one-half dirt roads. Thursday Club lias Meeting 1 — The Thursday club held its regular meeting at E. C. Peterson's Club at Four Corners to Have Music Program Today t .._ ...... last week. They C. Mothers club will have an all- found him in good spirits ami the Four Corners, Mar. 13—The F.j.pital one day pain considerably lessened. He suffered a badly broken leg a couple of weeks ago, when a load of hay on which .he was riding tipped over. Other FoTir Corners. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lowman went to Burt Saturday to help Mr. Lowman's sister, Mrs. Ray Smith, and her family move. Mr. Smith, who fell backwards on a buzz-saw three weeks ago, is improving, but is unable to be up yet. Mrs. Verla 'Lowman and her daughter Jacqueline spent Sunday with the Edward Riches. Mrs. Lowman's 'Larkin club met last Thursday with Mrs. Pearl Potter. Glen SaJbin, De Kalb, 111., who has spent the winter with the William Riches, spent a couple of days last week with the William Dray- tons. Mr. and Mrs. John Rich, the William Riches, Glen. Sabin, and the William Draytons spent Sunday with the Ethan Lights, near Burt. An 8%-1'h. daughter was born to (Mr. and Mrs. Mart Elmore Sunday. The Elmores now have seven children, five being boys. IRVINGTONIAN KNEW RECLUSE WHO HID CASH Irvlngton, March 13—Charles Egel met the late Wilbur Staton, 80, at the latter's home near Pleasant Prairie last fall. Mr. Staton, who died some weeks ago left an estate of more than $100,000, much of it in money 'hidden in tin cans about Ih is farm. Mr. Egel is a distant relative of E. G. Plett, Pleasiant Praiirie, who for four years before Mr. Staton's death drove to ithe farm daily to look after the work, and care for Mr. Staton, who lived alone after the death of a sister. The DCS Moines Sunday Register recently carried two columns about the Staton estaite, at that time un-' claimed, no relatives having been found. Mr. Plett corroborated the Register's story about ithe eccentricities of the Staton family. When Mr. Egel met Mr. Staton tho latter merely acknowledged ithe introduction and had nothing more to say. The Sta- itons wore unfriendly to outsiders and stayed close to home, by ithelr attitude forbidding advances from neighbors. Mr. Plett thinks the Statons began isolating themselves when Amos Staton, brother of Wilbur, ishot a man in. Nebraska, who made o.n insulting remark about the sister. Amos was lynched, and the family felt the disgrace deeply. A son o£ Mr. Pl&tt visited ait the Egel 'home last fall. Pick I'p Accident Victims— Catherine and Dorothy Schultz, enroute to Lu Verne where Dorothy last Thursday. Mrs. S. P. Eckholm pleaches, this week Monday, picked gave an interesting talk on -David jup a Mrs.' Meyers and two small Livingston, and Mrs. S. Warburton children, near Lu Verne who -had a paper on the Boer war and its bcen injured in a car wreck. The results. Plans are being made for Birls took them to Lu Verne. Mrs. - •• - Meyers told the Schullz girls that she and the children were alone in the car when the accident occured. The car was in the ditch, and it IODIZED OR PLAIN Specials WEEK-END SPECIALS 22c 17c 12c 12c 5c 15c Crackers, 2 pound box Peaches, sliced or halves, No. 2 1-2 can Pineapple, matched *f O A Slices, No. 2 1-2 can_ IOC Post Toasties, large package Bakers Moist Cocoanut, 1-2 pound ». Tfrrute-Gel, 8 true fruit flavors, pkg. Spinach, Superb No. 2 1-2 can CIIISCO One 3-lb. can A deep pie tin FREE. Corn Meal, 5 pound bag Alaska Pink Salmon, 2 tall cans Marshmallows, pound bag Algona Butter, pound Sugar, 10 pound bag Ring Bologna, pound Club Frankfurters, pound Wax Paper, 2 family rolls Block Salt, per block the County (Federation meeting to e held in Swea City May 1. tlend County Club Meet— Eleven members of the Thursday lub and six members of the W. C. \ U. attended a County Federation f Women's clubs meeting in Al- T ona last week Tuesday. They re- ort a good program and a large rowd. )bsorve !10th Wedding Date- Mr, and Mrs. Ole 'Roalson cele- irated their 30th wedding anniversary Friday evening with rela- :ives. Hazel iRoalson, a daughter rom Des Moines, caine home for he occasion. rs. C. 0. Peterson Under Knife— Mrs. C. O. Peterson was operated on for appendicitifi in the Buffalo Center hospital by Dr. Dolmage, of Buffalo Center, and Dr. Williams, of Lakota. She is •ecovering. Other Swea City. Miss Kruse, who has been mak- ng her home with the Fred Loofts, iias accepted a position in a dentist office in Wesley. Mrs. Nellie Anderson, of Bis- narck, S. D., visited relatives and friends 'here 'from Thursday (till Monday. 12c 25c 15c f 49c 10c 12c 5c Ls supposed that Mrs. Meyers lost control. Sc'liool Directors Ait- Elected — Armour Lemkee was re-eleced school director Uerc Monday. Mr. Lemkee has served us school director here for a number of years. John S-c-'huHz was re-elected iin district No. S; Edward Mawdsley in dist. Xo. 4 to succeed Ray Seifert, who moved from the vicinity March 1 Jenkins place ot John. In Diet. Johnson, No. who 5 in had -served for several years. Marie Harris entertained at a miscellaneous shower at her home here Saturday in honor of Mrs. Leo Steven, formerly Neva Olsen. The afternoon was spent at piecing quilt blocks, which were presented to the honoree, who also received other gifts. 'Lunch was served to 21. (Mrs. G. B. Wise and her family were guests at 'Loyd Steven's, near Swea City, Sunday afternoon and evening. Mrs._ Drusilla Noble spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Martin Hinders. The Ferris Johnsons, near Gilmore City, were .Sunday visitors at W. C. Taylor's. Mrs. Chas. Aman went to Algona 'Monday to see a new boy at the Robert Steven's. The baby was nearly a week old. Mrs. Aman is a sister of Mr. Steven. 'Die school children had a vacation Monday afternoon during tichool election, which was held at the schoolhouse. Herman Wise was reelected director. Edith Greenfield suffered a s verely burned hand Saturday while she was preparing dinner. The 'Harvey Stevens were Sunday dinner guests at Harry Merriam's, Corwith. Mrs. Merriam is a sister of Mr. Steven. Mrs. Agnes Brophy, who had an infection in one foot, is much improved. Surprise for Charles Keels — Friends, Including the T. B. wires, Chris Jensens, Vivian Miller Everett Bowman Cleo Wooster, Algona, :uid Ernest Egel, who iis em- yiloyei- in Algona, drove "to Charles Kgel'.s Sunday evening and surprised tbe family. The group planned to KU'O a t,ur prise party in honor of MI-H. Kgel's blrthdav last mni.th, but postponed it It-cause of bad weal her and s'.ckw.ss. Breaks !>>g in Fall — Mrs. Peter Halsrud Is suffering from a broken leg received Saturday evening. Mrs. Halsrud was at the Stephen Loss homo where she had been a-ssisting with the spiling papering, she stepped, off the porch and turned her ankle and breaking the bone. Cleanser Poisons Girl's Hands- Helen Dole is ixxjovering from poisoning in her hands which developed after using dish Water containing a -strong cleanser. Her hands first began to Itch, and later became covered with blisters. She is em ployed at Edward Hof's, near Lu Verne. Has Operation for Hernia — Soward Thornton had an op- ei-u.tion for hernia at the Kossuth hospital Saturday. He Is recovering rapidly, but will have to remain in the hospital for two weeks. Mrs. Thornton and .sons are staying with Dougla-s Riley's. "Cap" fcmith lU- "i '.11 i-'mith who has be*'.' Miffer- incj with ln-nrt trouble, und has been improving, is slill unable to rest comfortably at night, unless he sits in a chair. A recent examination disclosed no serioua condition. a relapse. He is still unable to ait- tend school. IttVINGTOtf NEWS Recent guests at Douglas Riley's were the Lyle darks, of Emmetsburg, and tho Keak Smiths, of Livermore. Guests ait the Roney home Sunday afternoon were D. T. Smith, lAlgona, and the H. T. Soblns. Mr. and Mrs. Oron Hudson of near Burt were Sunday callers at the Chas. Egel and Paul Hudson homes. Anna Ramus, Lu Verne, is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Anna Sun- key. Tho Lloyd Davis famlly.just west •of Irving-ton, will move to -Belmond this week. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Polmateer, Belmond, parents of Mrs. Davis, were here late last week and some of their grandchildren returned with them Sunday. The two eldest Davis girls remained and will bo honored with a farewell parity by their teachers and schoolmates ithis Tuesday. The Glen Thorntons and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thornton, Mason Cit> arrived here Sunday to visit Se- wavd Thornton in the 'hospital anil other relatives. The Glen Thorntons returned home, but Mr. and Mrs Frank Thornton will be guests al Martin Jordan's till this Wednesday when they will go to Emmeitsburg .o spend the remainder of ithe week Mrs. James Ard, Granville, recently visited friends 'here. She had been visiting' at Elinor Danner and Glen [-Iain's in Aigona. The Ards formerlj lived here, and Mr. Ard was depot agent here for a few years. They moved to Hawarden where he c'on tinued his work until they moved to their present location at Granville where Mr. Ard is depot agent. Clarence Rosan, depot agent, went by train to Chicago Saturday meet his mother, Mrs. Davis, an< his son, Dean, who visited relatives in Florida, Georgia, and other part of it-he south. They and Mr. Rosan arrived here this week Monda; morning. Dick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fre< Skilling and Elizabeth daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Skilling, both o Algona, are among the recent vie tims o£ chicken pox. The childrci are a, nephew and niece of Mrs. O L. Miller here. Otto Knudson has been suffering for several days with a severe at itack of rheumatism. Dewey, son o Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skilling ha been suffering from a peculiar pal in one leg, Which has been keeping him in bed. Mr. and Mrs. E. Wilkins drov to Minneapolis Friday to spend sev eral days with Mrs. Wllklns's sistei Mrs. Loris Crawford. Mr. and Mrs Vernon Robisan and children visi ed the Dan gchu-ltz family at Gold field Sunday. George Green, who was employer at Albert Butterfield's, i-ecentl went to Illinois to look after business interests, and tentatively planned to go ithenco ito Florida. The Aid will meet this Thursday afternoon in the church parlor. There will be. election -o£ officers. Mesdames Barker and Boldridge will be hostesses. DITCHED; NO ONE INJURED Lu Verne, March 13—Mrs. Ray- nonfl Meyers had an automobile ccldent Monday afternoon In which ho and the two children narrowly scnped serious Injury, although the ar was totaly wrecked. She was Irlving to (town and was -near the ane to the Chester Stoddard home, vtoen eho lost control of <l<he car, vhich headed Into the ditch. They vero picked up by an Irvlngtton :av and taken ito Lu Verne, where :uts and bruises were treated. John IlcfUs Arc Honored— Mr. and Mrs. John Heftl were married 30 years ago March 8, and Sunday a surprise family dinner was jiven in their honor ait the home a. daughter, Mrs. John Zimmerman, near nenwick. Ten. were seat ed at the honor table and the rest it small tables. The centerpiece was arge angel food cake imposed upon large sunshine coke appropriately decorated. Tho dinner was served by itlhe daughter and daughiter- n-laws. The afternoon was spent visiting and several gifts were presented. There were .95 present. 'regressive Woman's Club Meets— Mrs. Maynard Spooner was hostess :o the Progressive Woman's club Friday. Mrs. J. L, Liehty read a pa- ier on Education and the Movies ind Mrs. Harold Phillips gave the esult b£ a survey of movies, seen by ligh school pupils and cluh mcm- >ers since Christmas, little Women lad been seen by the largest num- jer and was voted best. Mrs. Wllma [rvington Pastor Gives Sermon on Woodpile Snakes Irving-ton Mnroh 13—The Rev. A. ngllsh pre'aehed Sunday on, Snakes n tho Woodpile,- using as bis text Acts 28:3: And when Paul had gath- -rod a bundle of sticks and laid them jicm on the fire, there came a vipor out of the heat and fastened on his mnd. Tho Rev. Mr. English will bc- jln a series of passion week ser- nons on Palm Sunday .morning. The sermons will be continued on the following Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings and will bo cul- mdnated on Friday afternoon, March 30, beginning at two o'clock. At hree o'clock tiho monthly missionary meeting will bo held. At the close of itho meeting tho quarterly tea will be served Jn the church par- ior. Tho Embroidery club this week Wednesday will meet afternoon with Mrs. Ben Terhune. Roll call will bo answered by quotations on St. Patrick's. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Loss, north of Algona, are parents of a. son born Sunday evening. The couple have one other child. Barney Prank 1 finished icing fllon- day. Tho ice is reported in fairly good condition. Mosher read a paper prepared by Mrs. Alex Evans on Buy Iowa. Mrs. Kay Stone Entertains — Mrs. Hay Stone entertained a group of friends at her home Friday evening. Bridge was played a 1 lour tables and Mrs. Laura Zweife won high score. Kate Skinner was second high and Ruth Smith won a consolation prize. A delicious luncl was served. Mrs. Burdette Agard Algona, Mrs. E. F. Skinner, an'( Kate Skinner, Fort Dodge, were out-of-town guests. Presbyterian Aid Officers JTmned-1. Tho Presbyitenlan Aid 'held Its an nual meeting at the City Hall las 1 ! week Wednesday, and reports o officens showed that the year ha been .successful. Officers were elect ed: 'President, Mrs. Harry Christen son; vipe, 'Mrs. J. L. Lichty; secre tary, Jennde Mason; treasurer, Mr Bmil Meyer. A chicken pie suppe was served at 5:30, with a good at tendance. Return from Missouri— Emll Meyer, accompanied by hi brother, Ernest Meyer, Ocheyedan returned last week Wednesday from Burfordville, Mo., with a truckload of household goods. iBurfordvillo Is 100 miles south of St. Louis, and they made the trip home in two days. Ernest Meyer went on. ito his home at Ocheyedan Friday. Nine In Federation Meeting— 'Mesdames Adam Zweifel, Pjay Stone, D. H. Wermersen, A. D. Burtis. Irwin Chapman, Archie Sain- ford, Harry Lichty, J. L. Eustace, and F. I. Chapman attended a county federation club meeting at .\igona last week Tuesday. Two Undergo Operations— Mrs. Wilson Leger underwent a major opevaitlon at Lutheran hos- pltal, Font Dodge, Friday and is in a serious condition. Mrs. Grant Jennings is a patient at Mercy hospital, where she had a major operation Saturday. Lloyd Smltli's~Mptncr Diei— Lloyd Smith received word last week Monday of the death of his mother, Mrs. Dora Smith, at the home of her son Carol, nit Gardena, Calif. She was 74 years old and her death, followed a long period of illness. Town Officers Nominated— At a caucas held ait the City Hall Saturday evening the following for .own offices were- nominated; Geo. Fiede, mayor; Chas. Wolfe, Fred Schneider, J. L. Liehty, Lloyd Smith ind Harold Sorenson, councllmen. Clioirs Plan Easter Cantata— The choirs of the Methodist Evan- sellcal and Presbyterian churches :u-e making preparations for a joint Blaster Cantata to be given at a un- on evening services on Easter day. Girls Lose in B. B. Tourney— Twenty-six young people attended a girls' sectional tournament ait West Bend last Thursday evening, traveling In ithe Wermersen truck. The local girls lost to Ottosen Attend Algona Celebration- Several from Lu Verne attended tho Golden wedding anniversary ol Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Simmons, at Algona, Sunday. The Simmons were lormer residents of Lu Verne. LOTTS CREEK CELEBRATES 3 BIRTHDAYS Lotts Creek, Mar 13—The Hugo Faulstiches, the Arthur • Kressins, Luella Liesener, Harold Schmidt, Mrs. Edw. Kressin, and the latter's sons Orville and Ortvin, attended a birthday party at August Bierstedt's one evening last week in honor of Mr. Bierstedt's 63rd birthday. (Five hundred was 'played at Eive tables,' high score being won by (Ferdinand Bierstedt, Arthur Gade low. (Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz visited Friday evening at William Meyer's, Whittemore, and helped celebrate Mr, Meyer's 55th birthday. Other relatives were also there. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb attended a recent family reunion at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. William Meyer, Whittemore. A 6:30 dinner was served in honor of Mr. (Meyer's 55th birthday anniversary, which was Friday. Lutheran Aid Meets Friday— The Aid met 'Friday at the Lutheran school hall, Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl hostess. Visitors were Mrs. Louis Zinnel, Mrs. Ernest Gade, and Mrs. George Wichtendahl, all of West Bend; Mrs. Mary Bruhn, daughters Edna and Clara, Mrs. Erwin Bruhn, and Alfred 'Bruhn, all of Fail-vine; Mrs. Albert Wittkopf, Mrs. Arnold Meine, Mrs. Ernest Meyer, Marie Geitzenauer, Mrs. John Schallin, Mrs. William Boettcher. Mrs. Kenneth (Bellinger, and Mrs. Otto Leisener; Mrs. Ed Micthell, Fenton; and Mrs. Henry Jentz, Colorado Springs, Colo. Has GullstoiK's Opi'nitlon _ Grant Jennings, near Verne, recently underwent an Lu operation for gallstones at Font Dodge. She- is reported recovering. Mildred Hole i.s doing the house keeping at thu. Jennings farm. Has Scarlet Fever Relapse-— The young son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bygon, who suffered with isoarlot fever several weeks ago, is reported to have been very sick from Mr. and Mrs. George W. Godfrey, Ames, were Algona visitor^ last week-end. Rich Point people were grieved -to hear Saturday of ithe death of Chris Hossman, Eagle Grove, who had teen owner of ithe old A rend farm -many years und in many visits here had made many friends. A. L. Jordan was a business visitor at Des Moines one day lawt week. Mr. and Mrs. C. j. Sill were Sunday visitors at T. R. Pickard's, Plum Creek. Mrs. Pic-kard suffered a severe injury one day last week, when she was bitten by a huge police dog, long a pet of .the family. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stewart were Sunday guests uit Paul Clark's. Mr. and Mrs. Keiuu-th Cairy, who had visited Mr. Culry's sister, Mrs Harry Sec-ley, returni-d ito itheii homo in Waterloo lust week-end Louis Reding, Algona, youngest brother of Mrs. Frank Cupesius, IB helping with wood cutting at the Capesius form. Melvin and Chester Sill went to Ames last Thursday it,> visit the Geo W. Godfreys. Melvin t>£ the Godfrey farm. Mrs. Eva .Gardner eamo one day lost wec-k to ripend some time at her daughter Mr*. Hugh Ranoy's. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capeslus attended the recent funeral of Mrs. Peter Thiigc-s, St. Joe Maalis Bal>y is Christened— The Albert Potratzes attended lie recent christening of the randdaugMer, Elaine Julian, aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward VTaahs, at St. Paul's Lutheran hurch, Wliittemore. Sponsors vere Elma and Hugo Potratz. All ere dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ilaahs. 'arty Honors Elma Potratz— Mar.tin Potratz gave a 500 party unday evening in honor of his ousin, Elma Potratz, of Fort 3odge, who was spending a few ays with :her parents. The high core was won by Erwin Mittag, ow 'by Adella Mittag. (ackbnrths Hosts at 500— Mr. and Mrs. iLouis Haackbarth intertained .their 600 club last week "uesday evening. High for men vas won by Frank Sheller, who also won a travel prize. High for vomen was won by Mrs. Andrew lbert. 'arish Night Tomorrow Night— (Parish Night will be observed .his week Friday evening at the .utheran school .hall. Noah Reisener, Edwin Lieb, and Herbert Poratz are the committee. All members of the congregation are in- ited. New Waitress at Algona— Loretta Meyer has secured a po- ition as waitress at the Algona toffee Shop operated by Fred Ja:ob and Gerhart Wittkopf, former ILotts Creekers. .eonard loebach is Better- Leonard Loebach is improving, after having been bedfast since Christmas. LOTTS CHEEK NEWS Mrs. Herbert Potratz attended a St. Paul's Aid meeting at •Whitte- w manager Entertain in City Hull— A 508 party was held at the City Hall Friday night with Mr. and Mis. Fred Hlnz Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer Jr. entertaininfc ti group of friends. Former llurbcr Here Dies— Howard Janshaw, 35 who operated a barber .shop here a few years ugo died at Fort Dodge lost week Tuesday from the flu and complications Dr. T. L. Williams Is Elected— Pr. T. L. Williams was elected to the school board to succeed Ed ward Dehnent at the election Monday. Other Lu Verne News. Mrs. BurdeUe Agard Algona spen the week-end with Mrs. Ray Slone Mrs. Ed Reef, Summer, was « guests last week of Florence Ho and other relatives. <Mr. and (Mrs. Chas. Barton movex. into rooms over Benedict's store the first of the week. An Olsen fomilj is now living in the house- vaca ted by F. H. Ilinitz. There will be -no school at ihe public school Friday, March 1C as the teachers will attend the NorU Central Iowa. Teachers Institute. Mrs. George Scribner had a guest la s t week. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hay or, Carlton, Minn., B nd David Hurt Manlius 1111. It isn't the size of the cat in the fight ... it's the size of the fight in the cat. This stock might be twice as large in size and only be half as efficient in service. You need a suit . . . and instead of having only suits . . . we have the very one that you'll like in fabric, in pattern, in design and in cost. And that's pretty near 100 per cent satisfaction any way you figure. Easter-Suits from 16.50' 18.50 27.50 22.50 29.50 24.50 Zender & Caldwell CLOTHEVGt AND SHOES Good for 15c On the purchase of a 49-pound sack of Flour Limit one to a family. Not good after March 31st. Your Name Your Address Cut out this coupon, sign your name, and address and bring ,to us, using it as cash on a purchase ot any of our brands of Flour at our regular low price. Fireplace, $1.58; Rose, $1.62; Lucky Boy. $1.G8 Mother's Best, $1.83} Omar, $1.95 White's Grocery aiaaiaiaiaiaininoninininninnininmnnn: No other group of friends ever mean quite so much to you as old classmates. This graduation, exchange photographs with them, ; We specialize in graduation PHOTOGRAPHS Be sure and see our Special Offer L. I. WAY, PHOTOGRAPHER ALGONA ART STUDIO Member Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain Friday. (Her mother, Mrs. H. Schultz, and sister-in-law, Mrs. leorge Schultz, were members of the serving committee. The Albert Potratzes were at Fort Dodge Saturday, and were ac- lompanied home by the daughter Elma, who is a maid there at a private home. Mrs. Adolph Pert! and Mrs. John Kohlwes attended a meeting of St. John's Aid at Fenton last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Genrich, Lu Verne, visited last week Monday at the former's sister, Mrs. William Wetzel's. The Carl (Feyes, Whktemore, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. John Kohlwes. The Edward Kuckers were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Fred Kucker, Fenton. Mrs. Clarence Bierstedt, Fenton helped paper at Arthur Kressin's one day last week. Mrs. Albert Kressin, Mrs. Henry Meyer, and Lois Ohm are amonir the sick. Lakota Bank Pays Ten. Lakota, Mar. 13—W. E. Carlson receiver for the Farmers and Drovers bank, of Lakota, paid another 10 per cent dividend Friday. Mr. Carlson is also receiver for the Citizens Savings bank. I! Enjoy this special blend SAUD JAPAK 'Fresh from the Garden*" HERB'S A BIG SURPIUSE— A second iReduction on G & J tires Now— you get nationally known u te J s at Gamble's, at lower prices than their all-time low. G & J 4 40/21, was $6.48, now ¥4.45. -5.25/18 was |9.00, now $fi.45. •j-i •••• .. . . 38-26 If a boy likes a girl, that's his business— If a girl likes a boy, that's her business— If you'd like a windmill, that's my business. H. L. WALSH Lone Rock, Iowa 81 years experience. phone OLD IRON WANTEI Again we are buying all kinds of scrap i metals. JOE GREENBERG

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