Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 15, 1934 · Page 3
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IOWA COUPLE AGED 82 MARRIED IN YEAR 1874 Burt, Mar. 13-4Mr. and Mrs. W. B. iStahl were married Co yoars ago Monday, March 12, at l,odi, wis., and in honor of the event a family dinner was held at the homo of their daughter, Mrs. J. W. Dor- ranee. Besides .the guests of honor, Mr. and Mra. F. J. Mann and son William, Mrs. M. J. Mann, Mr. and Mra. Will Orover and eon Harold, Mr. and Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks, and Marie Grover, were present. Mr. iStaihlvis past 82 years of age and Mr*».' Stahl win be 82 in a few flays. The Stahls, who have been residents of this vicinity for the past 36 years, are both in fairly good health, although Mrs. Stahl is somewhat crippled with rheumatism. They both visited their daughter in Chicago a short time ago. Friends Help Observe Birthday A number of friends surprised Mrs. Lie Hoy Boettcher by going to her home Sunday evening to help her celebrate her birthday. Those attending took a lunch and spent the evening iplaying bridge. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Thoreson, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. John, Mr. and Mra. C. E. (Hammer, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney, Mr and Mrs M. M. Chipman, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Schwietert. Grocery Store Changes Hands- Art Bettin recently sold his grocery store to Gus Krause, o£ Fenton, who will .take possession April 1. Mr. Krause has been partner in a general store at Fenton for a number of years. Mr. Bettin, who has operated a grocery store here for aibout 11 years, has not yet decided what he will do but he will assist Mr. Krause for a time. S. Class to Entertain— The Sunday school class of senior girls, taught by Ruth Hodgson, had a meeting at Grace Godfred- aon's last week Tuesday evening with Lyla Olson as assistant hostess. This class will entertain the Prefbyterian young people at a St. Patrick's party at the church Friday evening. Fred Lavrenz Brought Home— J. P. Trunkhill and daughter Iva, Mrs. Fred Lavrenz, and son Ernest, drove ,to Iowa City Friday afternoon and Saturday brought home with them Mr. Lavrenz, who had been at tihe University hospital the past seven _weeks having his eyes treated. His eyes are much improved. Farewell for Helen Schroeder— A group of girls enjoyed a. -waffle supper at lone Mover's Thursday, the affair .being in honor of Helen Schrader, who left Monday to attend school at Cedar Falls. The other guests were Margaret Mor- ness, Helen Schwietert, Helen Thompson, and Rachel Clapsaddle. Wins legion Auxiliary Quilt— Mrs. Bertha Wallace received the quilt which was given away at the Beltone theater 'Saturday evening by the American Legion Auxiliary. The quilt, which was made by members of the Auxiliary, had a large star design. It had been on display in Smith's window for a couple of weeks. Mrs. Mary Stewart Sick- Mr, and Mrs. Lincoln Stewart, Lynd, Minn., came Sunday for a visit at the W. H. Klamp home. They came to see Mr. Stewart's mother, Mrs. Mary Stewart, who has been very ill at ,the home of her daughter, Mrs. Klamp, for several weeks. Women's Club Elects Officers— The following officers were elected at the Woman's club meeting last week Monday evening for next year: Mrs. F. E. Rubey, president; Mrs. J. T. Heaney, vice president; Mrs. Al Staehle, secretary; and Mrs, JR. H. Thompson, treasurer. Quilting Party is Given „ Mrs. J. H. Graham entertained a number of ladies at an all-day quilting party at her home last Friday, The ladies quilted a quilt made by Mrs. Graham's daughter, Mrs. A. C. Holding, Pontiac, 111. M. & I).-Banquet Planned— A Mothers and Daughters banquet will be held at the Presbyterian church Wednesday evening, March 14. The meal will be served by the men. A fine program is being prepared. Bebekah Bally Toniglut— iRebekah lodge will observe Rally day at the regular meeting Thursday evening, March 15. There will be a cafeteria lunch. Dislocated Knee in Match— - Max Schrader had his knee dislocated while taking part in a wrestling match at the schoolhouse Friday evening, Other Burt News. Irene Aten, student at Cedar Falls, spent the week-end with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten. (Rev. Aten took her back to Cedar Falls Monday morning. Clarence Schrader, who is also a stu- lent there, returned with them and Helen .Schrader went with them and will enter school there. Mr. and Mre. Will Brown and ;WQ children, Armstrong, and Mrs. Brown's mother, Mrs. Osborne, Seneca, were Sunday dinner guests at the Rev. C. B. Mitchell home. Their son, B. W. Mitchell and fam- ly, Buffalo Center, were Sunday evening supper guests at the Mitchell home. The H. L. Sauermans, Atlantic, :ame last week Tuesday. Mrs. Sauerman and son remained for an extended visit here, but Mr. Sauerman returned after a short visit. Sauerman is visiting her parents, Mr. jjtnd Mrs. Al Staehle. My., and Mrs. W. R. Carney spent Jnd.ay at the thbme of their son Robert ja Algona. Mrs. Jas. Ollonj accompanied them to Algona and " ~ '" (I her brother, Elmer Danner. Ago Good Hope Men in Social n/t M * ,-— Meet in Communiiy Room flood Ik)|w, Mar. U.V-A r • . °C "ion mot nt tho r,«)<1 Hope, Community Room last week \\«!no«<li,y evening for ,a social !im i vwr«i)tlon:il moollng. Durwowl -Mc- Arlhur, lOnm'th Uutlctl B o, ami tho lU'.v. A. If. Wood furnished mimber H "'•''• Tml""' 1 Im>K '' am - ' Hen ' U1<1 To 'i' .s and will be more ,,rrtontlo,, s tlmn any hold UHIH Cap thin season jt will protabiy be the liwt' mooting before tho beginning of K!irin K work and should draw a good-sized crowd. 1'roKnim Tomorrow Niphl^- The Ktebnmry hli-thtluy division of the Aid will pix-.Hcmt a program | at Good -Hone Community Room this .week. Friday evening. Included will bo two short plays. Refreshments will bo served at tho clone. A small Admission foe will bo charged, and the public is Invited. linstor Services Planned— Special work Is being done on music and a play in preparation for School Directors Named— r School directors elected In Good <>!*> ny.'1ghlx>rhood (Monlday were carry-overs: No. 5, Earl Taylor; No. •i.^VV. I. Dodtls; No. G, D. C. Gard- Othcr Good Hope. Mrs. W. ,T. Bourne attended it/ho meeting of tho D. A. R. at Algona runsday and introduced the Rev William Baddeley, Lu Verne, who spoke on tho manufacture of distinctive makes of fine china Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Broesder and tho Loula Broesders were called to German Valley, 111., ton days ago by news of tho death of a brother-in- law of tho senior Mr, Broesder. Tho Rev. and Mrs. A. H. Wood attended an Algona sub-district moat- ing of preachers and wives at iBurt Tuesday. The Rev. and Mrs. S. B. Mitchell were host and hostess. META OSTROM, WHITTEMOBE, IS MARRIED Whittemore, Mar, 13— Last Thursday afternoon took place the marriage of Mota, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emanucl Ostrom, to E«rl, :SOn of Mr. and Mrs. William Fouss at St. Paul's Lutheran church, tho Rev. Mr. Discher pastor officiating. The bride was gowned in white isatin, floor length, with cap-shaped vcdl, and she carried an arm bouquet of talisman roses and white fresias. Hilda, sister of the bride, was bridesmnld and wore a yellow rough crepo gown trimmed in white organdy. She can-led an arm bouquet of pink carnations. Erna Meier, tilso a bridesmaid, wore a lavender silk crepe dress trimmed In lace, and she carried pink carnations. Clarence Fousa, brother of the bridegroom, and Lorenz Gade, were best men. A reception took place at the home of the bride's parents, and the buiclal couple then left for a .shout wedding trip at Hampton. They will farm north of town. From out of town attending tht wedding were; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ostrom, Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Bell, Waterloo, Mrs. Bast, daughter Alma Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast daughter Arlene, and aieta, Gade, all of Algeria; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mathers, Rolfe; and iMr. Pettit, Lone Rock. Two Are Hospital Patients— Father Veit and Dr. J. W. Mc- Crecry drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to visit Walter Taako and Wil- Itam Mueller, both in -hospitals there. Mr. Mueller, who is at Mercy hospital, was taken to Fort Dodgo after he fell off a load of hay and had a leg badly broken. His condition is reported serious. Mr. Taake, who fainted and fell against a range-boiler, came home from the Lutheran hospital, but infection set in and he went tock. Herbert Zuinnch 21; Party _ Young folks were entertained last week Wednesday evening at H. R. Zurnach's, the occasion being the son Herbert's 21st birthday. Five Hundred was played at eight tables, land prizes were won by Lawrence Meyer, high, Frank Jergens, low; Elfrieda Gade, high, Mrs. Bertha Greinart low; William Meyer, travel prize. Lutheran Aid Meets Friday — Tho Lutheran Aid met Friday in tho schoolhouse basement with the Rev. W. H. Discher, pastor. The next meeting will be Thursday. April 12, with the following women on tho serving committee: Mesdames Herman and Archie Voight, Herman Vaudt, G. Wehrspan, Edw. Maahs, and P. L. Jessen. Wni. Meyer Birthday Observed — Sunday evening visitors at William Mleyer's, tho occasion being Mr. Meytr's birthday, which was Friday were tho Albert Meyers, the Henry Laucks, and the Hugo Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ltel>, Lotts Creek, the H. F. Schultzes, and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behrikes. Hospital Patient Brought Home— . O. J. Kaschmltter and 'Ills son Leon, drove to Iowa City one day last week and brought back Mr. Kaschmltter's mother, Mrs. Schreier, and his sister, Mrs. Frank Brelim- er, Wilmot, Minn. Mrs. Schreier had been In a hospital there for a month. Bcliukcs Are Grandparents — Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Behnke have word that a girl, first child, was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Haberkamp, Chicago. Mrs. Habenkamp was Gertrude Behnke, only child of Mr. and Mrs. Behnke. Quilting Party is Given— A quilting party was given recently by Mrs. Werner Braatz. Attending: Mesdames H. Helmke, D. Cordes, G. Wehrspann, August Miehl- ko, Louis Braatz, and Maurice Mallory, and Margaret Heller. Clara Voielit Mas Birthday— Clara Voight treated the Lutheran choir last week Tuesday evening after practice to Jello and cake, the occasion bedng 'her birthday. Sou for tlio Raymond Esscrs— A boy was born one day lost woek to Mr. and Mrs. Romond Esser. He has been named James Raymond. T-lito Is their first child. Two New Employes Here— Arthur Bendow, Eldora, and E. G Stenstrom, Swea City, are new employes at the Andrew S. Elbert harness and shoe shop. Independents "wuTlroni Seneca— The Seneca Independent basket ball team Played the local team last week Wednesday evening, and the locals won, 51-39. services April ], Tho sacre- 'im-nt of baptism will |> o administer- MI and now members received into the church. 1. A. school eve was Tunp mixed folk uro Kr, nomlntutfxl, M. the nominated Schwartz also was urer. at Mr W. Friday evening at William Meyer's to help him celebrtito a birthday. Other Whittemore News Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwlth, son Ellsworth, daughter Lillian, and Lloyd Walker, Mrs. Charles Held- enwith, and Arthur's nieces, Elinor and Emily Heddenwith, Lotts Creek, spent Sunday afternoon and evening at Fred Wegener's and Henry Kuock's, Lone Rock. Mrs. Wegener and Mrs. Kueck are sisters of Mr. Heddenwlth. Editor and Mrs. Ray L. Burdlne entertained at 6 o'clock dinner and bridge Sunday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. •I. P. Uleivhake, and Mrs. Alice Cairy. The high scores were won by Mr. and Mrs. Oliver. Tho Herman Vaights and Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Meyer drove to Mason City last Thursday and were dinner guests at the Arthur Lunms- mans. Rosella Voight, who attends the Hamilton college there, accompanied her parents home for an over Sunday visit. Tho Otto Bells, the Wm. Koehneck es, tho William Roebers, tho William Hannovers, Emma Roeber, Lester Baas, and Linda Roeber were Sunday evening guests at Alfred Blerstedt's, Faii-ville. Mrs. Bierstedt was formerly Lucinda Hannover. Mr. and Mrs. H. >F. Schultz and her daughter Edna visited Saturday at Henry Bargeman's, Rodman. They drove down to see William Bargeman, who has been sick with rheumatism and heart trouble. Tho George Meyers and Mrs. Meyer's mother, Mrs. Louise Nissen, were Sunday dinner guests of the latter's daughter, Mra. Nick Looft, Armstrong, and Mrs. Nissen stayed there for a further visit. Robert [Braatz, daughters Alvina land Esther, Mrs. Louis Braatz, and the latter's daughter Ruth drove to Blue Eartli Sunday to visit the Erwin Braatzes and (the Reinihard Khmts. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. WiHam Meyer drove to Garner Monday to visit at the lojtter couple's son Martin's. Edward Meyer, Uttlo son of Martin is sdck. Bert Morris, Clear Lake, who had worked at the Zujnach meat market a month while Mr. Mr. Zumaeh was looking after other business has gone home. The Tom Weirs and Donald Weir drove to Whiting Friday to visit the Lawrence Brendons .till Sunday Mrs. "Brendln was formerly Isabelle Weir. Ella, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz, has been abed with the flu. Mrs. John Spllles, Mrs. Roger Elbert, and Earl Luclisinger are sick. The B. A. Gotch family, Humboldt, visited Sunday at Druggist and Mrs! C. L. Cavanaugh's. Mrs. Cavanaugh and Mrs. Gotch are sisters. Mr. and Mre. Herman Vaudt, and August and Albert Vaudt drove to Do Sato Sunday, called by the serious illness of a sister. The William Leiningers and the Martin Meyer family, Lotts Creek, were 6:30 dinner guests ait William Rusch's Jr. The Leo Kollasches drove to Sheldon last week Wednesday for a few days with the Henry Kasuh- mitters. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Schultz, daugfli- to Edna, and the George Schultzes were Sunday dinner guests at Chas. Bell's. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding attended the funeral Monday of Mrs. Peter Thilges, who died Saturday at St. Joe. The George Dalkes, Manson, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Dalke's par eirts, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weir. The August Zumachs, Feniton, vis ited their son, A. A. Zumateh, Sunday. St. Benedict The Emll F. Arndorfers, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pickens, Algona, and Alfrleda Arnldor- fer, motored to (Blue Earth Sunday to visit the Albert Garmans. T(he Wm. Arndorfers were Sunday dinner guests at Julian Arndorfer's, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Seller's new baby was christened Sunday at ithe Catholic church and was named Duane Joseph. The Martin Bleichs, Titonka, spent Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seller. Mrs. Frank Elsenbarth Is having the grippe. Mrs. William Arndorfer had a telegram Sunday evening from Williamsburg reporting the deaith of J. Cook, her relative.. Carload of Seed for S. C. Swea City, Mar. 13—The Metropolitan Insurance company unloaded a carload of sweet clover seed weighing 79,000 pounds for its farms in the neighborhood. The carload was valued at ?5135. FENTON P, T, A, HEARS TALK BY AL60NA POET Fonton, Mar. UU—A monthly p. . meeting- was held in tho high ol auditorium last Thursday evening, and tho following program JTivon; piano duct, Isabolks and • Welsbrod; play, 4-H girls; song 1 chorus; solo, Virginia Frank; dance, 4-H girls; talk, Lltera- -.. and Education, tho Rev R Krcsensky, Algona. Officers were tinotfxl, and lunch was served. E. OLtcmess, superintendent of ^ocal school, presided, and was tor president. Mrs. J A. and W. E. Stoeber We nominated. Nettie Weisbrod nominated for secretary-treas- The election will take place the next meeting early in Aprtl • Kresensky is a brother ofMrs. P. Weisbrod, whose husband is farmer southeast of town. Seniors Hosts to Juniors— Tho Senior class of ibhe Fenton igh school entertained the Junior class at a iBunco party Friday at the techoolhouse. Verona Radiig- won the first prize and Ardis Voight low. Lunch was served later dn the even- Ing. There were 28 in attendance. There are 12 seniors and 18 Jundors. Tho seniors are: Adris Voight Virginia Frank, Hazel Welsbrod Math- llda Ruhnke, Verona Radl-g-, Lota Warner, Leo Kramer, Marie Schal- lin, Edwin Luedtke, Oscar Berkland, August, Meyer, Lloyd Corne- Tclephono Officers Arc Elected — Tho stockholders of the Fenton Telephone Co. held tihoir annual meeting a week ago Saturday, and officers were elected; president and director, Dr. J. T. Waite; vice and director, M. E. Burwosh; directors Philip Wander, Herman Krause, and Peter Hayenga; secretary-treasurer, Geo. W. Newel. Mr. Wander is local manager, and Howard Reeder Is operator. There are some 300 subscribers who have telephones. Demonstration Dinner is Given— Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bonn entertained art. an aluminum demonstration dinner Saturday evening. Guests were Messrs, and Mesdames E. C. Weisbrod, W V. Yager, E. J. Frank, G. B. Johnson, o. H. Graham, and Amos Fimistad. Following dinner bridge was played, and Mrs. Frank won high prize for the women. Mr. Finnestad for men, while O. H. Graham was low. Melvin Mansager won tho traveling prize. -'; Choirs Plan Easter Cantata— Both Methodist choirs have started practice on a cantata to be given Easter Sunday night. One Is a n adult choir, ibhe other a junior choir. Mrs. C. L. Osborn formerly Maxdne Weisbrod, plays for the adult choir, and Virginia Frank for the Junior choir. The choirs sing at alternate Sunday services. HusUamp Birthday is Observed— Relatives and friends mat at Mrs. Irwdn Husacamp's last week Tuesday evening to help her celebrate a birthday. Five Hundred was played, Mrs. E. A. Huskamp and Herman Huakamp winning the high scores, Walter Wegener and Howard Reeder low. IsWlyweds Begin Housekeeping— Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantleman have moved Into the Stable house dn the east part- of town. Mr. Han- tlemlan is a carpenter, and he and •hla -wife are newlyweds. Mrs. Han- itleman wag Delphtno Meyer, whose picture appeared in a recent Advance. Former Pastor Loses Daughter—.. Word has been received of the death of the Rev. and Mrs. Gerkins' daughter Lalla. Mr. Gerkin, who ds a former Featon Methodist pastor, now lives retired at Sioux City. Miss Gerkin was about 35. The cause of death .is unknown here. Elevator Officers Are Reflected— The, annual Farmers elevator meeting was (held Saturday, end the officers for last year were re-elected: president, Jacob Hengel; director, Mr. Hengel, John Light, and Emil Frank, Charles Welsbrod is manager. Gun Club Has Slioofc— The Fenton Gun club had /a big crowd of shooters Sunday, and some good scores were made. A shoot every Sunday till further notice is planned. Fred Kucker is manager. Auxiliary Board Mere Meets— An executive board meeting o f the Legion Auxiliary here was held Saturday at Mrs. W. R. Wolfe's, president. Other Fenton News. Mr, and Mra. William Stigman drove to Hampton Saturday to visit Batty Langerman, returning Sunday. She ds a sister of Mra. Stigman. Miss Langerman operates a beauty parlor there. The Stigmans are farmers southeast of town, drove , Members of the New Deal club were entertained at, Mrs. F. H. Bohn's last week Tuesday evening, and Mrs. Dorothy Gerhards won the travel prize. Mrs. Jentz a guest prize. Teachers and students who spent the week-end here Included: Frances Bailey, Brltit; Elvira Krause, Garner; Balt'h Laage and Karl Schwartz, Cedar Rapids. Mrs. C. F. Kem has been, sick with lumbago. Her son Derwood Is also a temporary Invalid, having Two From Kossuth Enter Priesthood Two Kossuth young men will be I ordained Catholic priests at the' Cathedral of Epiphany, Sioux City, next Sunday. They are Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel, Whittemore, and Robert Quinn, Bancroft. Edward will say his first solemn mass at St. Michael's church, Whittemore, next Monday at 10 a. m., and Robert will do the same at tho Bancroft St. John's iliurch next Tuesday. ligament in his suffered a itom shcniMer. Mrs. John Newel, Irene Newel, Mrs. Fred Weisbrod, tho latter's daughter Hazel, and .Mrs. Fred Newel were at Fairmont Saturday. Mr. and Mra. Vf. V. Yager entertained their 500 club Friday might. Mrs. F. H. Mueller won high; Mra. Arthur Mueller, consolation. Mr. and Mrs. 13dw. Grcinert entertained at BOO at their home lust week Sundky night. After cards lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Donovan H3rown Es- thervllle, vlsMed Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glaus Sunday. The John Ulfera family mad© a shopping- trip to Fairmont Saturday. iMr. Ulfei-s farms north of town. Tho H. H. Wlddels visited at P. H. Jensen's, Fort Dodge, Sunday. Mr. Jensen used to run a garage here. Irem Newel, teacher at Belmond, spent the week-end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mra. J Newel. Margaret and Selmar Skare, of. Radcliffe, visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Skare, Sunday. Lyle Steinbaoh was in bed wlith the flu part of last week, but was reported improving Saturday. Wiilfred Stoeber made a business trip to Minneapolis last week Wednesday, returning uiext day. Mrs. Rex Wolfe entertained the Hook & Needle club last weelk Wednesday afternoon. Burt Mrs. Olaf Olson, Elmore, Minn., spent last week at the (home of her mother, Mrs. Anna Toebben. Will Toebben, Chicago, also spent several days last week here. Mrs. Toebben has not (been very well for several weeks. The Woman's Home Missionary society will meet at the Methodist church Saturday afternoon. The society will entertain the members Of the Queen Esther Circle and the (Home Guards with their leaders. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Gabriel, Armstrong, left their son Bobbie at.the M. M. Chipman home Sunday morning. They went on to Des Moines to attend a Dr. Scholl convention and returned Monday evening. Winsome Volentine, who teaches at Sanborn, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Volentine. Nelda Volentine, who teaches south of Algona, was also at home over (Sunday. (Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson, Irv- mgton, have moved into the L. V. McWhorter tenant house and Mr. Hudson will work for Mr. McWhorter. The Hudsons are newlyweds. The J. G. Sewicks spent the week-end at the A. N. Jensen home at Lake (Park. Mr. Jensen formerly owned the local hardware, and Mr Sewick worked for him. Word from the C. C. Smiths, who have been visiting their sons in California for several weeks, states that they expected to start for home on March 12. The L. E. Roetmans visited Mr. Roetman's parents at Sanborn Sunday. Mr. Roetman's mother, Mrs. G. iRoetman, returned with them for a few days. Elvera Hoffman, Renwick, and Lester iBonnstetter, Corwith, visited at W. L. Loekwood's Sunday. Mjss Hoffman is Mrs. Loekwood's sister. The (Robert Ollom family, St. Paul, spent the week-end before last at the home of Mr. Ollom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Ollom. Mrs. George Carroll and Mrs. J. W. Dorrance attended the County Federation of Woman's club meeting at Algona last week Tuesday. Scarlet Feyer Causes Quarantine The Chris Bolie family is under quarantine for scarlet fever. Faye Bolie is the patient. Margaret Morness spent the week-end with her -brother Einer, who is a student at Coe college at Cedar Rapids. The Iver Nordins, who have been living with W. J. Davison, have moved into one of the Fred (Ringsdorf houses. Mrs. F. E. Rubey is spending a couple of weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Quenton Carey in Ames. Lester Schwietert, Clear (Lake, spent Sunday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Bertha Schwietert. The Queen Esther Circle will meet this evening at the home of its leader, Mrs. C. E. Hammer. Mrs. Lillian Sheldon returned Saturday from a two weeks visit with relatives, at Condee, S. D. G. W. Bleich and Mrs. W. T. Peters were business visitors in Des Moines Monday. R. F. Hawcott returned Saturday from a ten-day visit with friends at El Paso, ill. Lydia Mansmith spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Gillespie, at Algona. Katherine Manus, who teaches near Lu Verne, spent the week-end at horn*. The Will Larsens, Britt, visited Sunday at the C. <L, Holding home STEADY WORK, GOOD PAY—Reliable man wanted to call on farmers in Kossuth county. No experience or capital needed. Write CO., Dept. B, BEFORE BEDTIME STOP THAT TERRIBLE COUGH OF BRONCHITIS You'll enjoy a cougoless night— you'll sleep sound and awake re- fresbed if you'll just 'be wise enough to take 2 or 3 doses of Buckley's Mixture (Triple strength) before you go to bed—it's safe for the kids also. For broacMal coughs—for tougb, old, persistent coughs 70 per cent of the people of Canada take a few doses of Buckley's and feel as good as ever again. Now that Buokley'8 is made in the U. S. A. you can do tjl& SflkXUC}* Get a 46 cent 'bottle at Sorensen's drug store or any drugstore — "it acts like a flash" and is guaranteed for those dangerous bad-<8ctins bang-on, coughs that nothinj? seems to bejp—often one sip stops an. ordinary cough—it is also guaranteed for tight old chest cold^i. Father My father was a very fair-minded man. He believed in a square deal for everybody. I remember brother and I trading ihorses with a neighbor. I also remember father making us take the horse back because he thought we had cheated the man. I inherited 6ome of this fair-mindedness. I like a square-toed deal. Every man is my neighbor, regardless of creed or class, and everyone is entitled to an honest deal. Your money's wortih and more is the motto of Neville's Shoe Store. We handle some of the best lines of shoe? made in the United States but I can not bring myself to accepting ?2 to $3.00 profit on a pair of shoes for 16 minutes work fitting your feet. It is not worth it. I believe in selling more pairs at leas profit. We car.ry an immense stock of shoes—all sizes. Men's oxfords in widths from B to EE, ladies' .ties and pumps from AAA to D, and a lull stock of comfort slippers for hot weather. Ninety per cent of our shoes are made on combination lasts and over half of them carry arch sun- ports. We feel that we can fit any foot. We have the shoes, and we sure know how tof it them. We sell shoes to people that want shoes. No sales talk no coaxing, no petting parties. If a clerk can not sell a pair of, shoes in ten to fifteen minutes, I know there is something wrong with the clerk or the customer. Quick sales and small profits is our way of doing. JIMMIE NEVILLE The Shoe Man FREE! 1 8-qt. aluminum tea kettle 1 1%-qt. aluminum double boiler 1 six-cup aluminum dripolator 1 8-qt. aluminum preserving kettle 1 8-qt. aluminum convex kettle With every GLOBE RANGE purchased during the month of March If you are going to need a range in tb.e near future, this will give you an opportunity to get this beautiful set of aluminum absolutely FREE. If you do not want your range until later a small deposit on same will protect you on the price and will ™ S nJv n ™ e ^ to the free goods - Come ' and see the WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFUL RANGE and let us tell you about its many advantages. Nelson Hardware ALGONA IOWA CUT RATE GROCERY Friday and Saturday Specials BANANAS Last week we fell way short of having enough to supply the demand. This week we will have plenty at 5 pounds 25c OTHER OUTSTANDING BARGAINS PEANUT BUTTER, quart CATSUP, 14 oz „ COFFEE, 3 ibs :__::::: BISCUIT FLOUR, pkg ~ io c JELL POWDER, 6 pkgs 2 L MACARONI, 2 Ibs 19c RED RASPBERRIES, No. 2 can 19 C BLACK RASPBERRIES, No. 2 can Iflc BRAN FLAKES, pkg """™IIIII_9c SCHOOL BOY APPLES 5 pounds 23c WINESAP 'Busiest Little Store in Town" Just unloaded 2 carloads of The New Chevrolets In February Chevrolet built 72,273 automobiles and trucks and are stepped up to 100,000 for March to take care of the large demand. Come in and see them. Kohlhaas Bros. Garage

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