Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 5, 1934 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 5, 1934
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PAGE TWO KOSStJTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA THURSDAY AKMOUK'S STAK LAUD 2 Ibs. 17c 17c 30c 25c MILD CHEESE, 11) M. J. IJ. ' COFFEE, Ib. COFFEE BOKAlt, Ib IONA GREEN CUT «EA> T S, 3 No. 2 cans ——— PALMOLIYE SOAP, 6 cakes CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP CHIPS, 3 21-oz. pkprs. GRANDMOTHER'S DOUGHNUTS 1 9 f* dozen — ±41' FREE: Pie pan with purchase cmsco, ^r^r/> 3 11). can tleJ I/ HE I) SOUR, PITTED CHER- HIES, water puck, O / /» 2 No. 2 cans ^ JL C RED SOUR PITTED CHERRIES, water pack, >'o. 10 can SPINACH, 2 ]N'o. 2 cans QUAKER MAID PORK A>'D BEANS, IC-oz. can, 6 for 1UJAH SALAD DRESSING, quart jar IIAJAH SANDWICH SPREAD, 2 pint jurs -• QUEEN OLIVES, quart jar PUFFED WHEAT, ~t rj 2 pkffs. JL I C PUFFED RICE, 2 pkgs. 15 c c 29c THE BREAKFAST OF CIIA2LPIOJVS Z nkirs 23c BISQUIK, DUMPLINGS, WAFFLES, QUICKER AND BETTER 2Jij Ib. O 1 „ pkg 01 C BANANAS, 5 Ibs. CARROTS, bunch 25c 5c FOR SERVICE RULCLEANING THAT WILL BEARlHSPECTION"" Your most precious rug will get perfect care here, freeing it from all 4ust, dirt, ami spots. HEm ,akotans Hear Guest Musicians Present an Easter Cantata CHOIR GOMES FROM LEDYARD FORJWRAM Lakota, Apr. 3—The Methodist choir at Ledyard presented Easter in Song at the local Methodist church Friday evening. The program was directed l>y Mrs. F. O Johnson, wife of the 'Lakota-Ledyard pastor, and Adelaide Randall was accompanist. The program follows: prelude, In the Twilight orchestra; Jerusalem, There Cometh a King and What More Could He Do, ohoir, with James Logan, the Rev. Mr. Johnson, Mr. Granner, and Mrs. Johnson singing solo parts; male quartet, When I Think How They Crucified My Lord; offertory; 'cathedral chimes, orc'hes- tra; solo, When I Survey the Wondrous Cross, Ralph Olson; choir The Dawn of a Wondeful Day; duet, the Rev. and Mrs. Johnson; solo, If All Your Hearts, Kenneth Thompson; solo, Light's Glittering Morn, the Rev. Mr. Johnson; choir, Allelulia. An Aid committee served lunch to the singers. Boy Scout Troop Planned— A group of local men met at the schoolhouse last Thursday evening to plan a hoy scout organization. Dr. Rohert Williams was elected scoutmaster, fcvit'h Harry War/bur- ton, Archie Fedge, and William Clemans as temporary assistants. A governing committee of five was appointed: Postmaster J. A. Bargar, Arthur Schissel, W. E. Ley, Jerry Heetland, and Dr. H. H. Murray. Harry Warhurton was elected treasurer. Another meeting will I be held this week Thursday even- jing at the same place to effect " permanent organization. Easter Observed at Churches— Services were held at the Methodist church last Thursday evening, closing with a candlelight communion service. Good Friday services were held at the local churches Friday evening, and (baptismal ser- I vices were held at the Methodist land Prdsbyterian churches Sunday in connection with Easter services. Loretta, little daughter of Mr. and 'baptized Mrs. at Ralph Miller, -was the Presbyterian _We'll do wonders with your old hats. Bring them around —• i'elt, straw, or panama, for reconditioning. Modern Dry Cleaners I'lioiie 537 church, and the daughters of Dr. and Mrs. H H Murray and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Grabau at the [Methodist church. Acorn Club Meets Thursday- Mrs. C. R. Smith was hostess to the Acorn club last Thursday, 20 women attending. Plans were discussed for entertainment at a county federation meeting at Swea City May 1, and a program was given: roll call, names of U. S. rivers; paper on the Colorado river, Mrs. Gertrude 'Schissel; the Ohio river, Mrs. Emma Smith; the Mississippi, Mrs. Manchite Grabau. The next meeting -will be at Mrs. Harvey Johnson's. Teacher Dies from Accident— As reported elsewhere in today's Advance, Miss Tutton, teacher of the David Patterson school, north of town, who was seriously injured three weeks ago when her car ran into the ditch, failed to live. During the preceding week some hopes were held out for recovery, (but she died suddenly at the 'Buffalo Center hospital, where she was a patient. Pearl Wirtjes is now teaching the school. Ulteiias Are 25 Years Wed— Seventy-five relatives and friends helped Mr. and Mrs. William Ukena, who live in town, celebrate their silver wedding last week Sunday. There are eight Ukena children, all at home except the daughter _ Mary, who works at Des Moines. A chest of silver was presented to the couple. Mayor lloba is Keelected— Henry Ro'ba was reelected mayor last week Monday, and the following councilmen were elected: Frank KraH, W. E. Gutlcnecht, Edw. TJn- derdahl, Arthur Sohissel, August Bauman. Harry Mussman was elected treasurer; Arthur Ogren, assessor. The numJber of ballots was 240. Mrs. N. E. Noble Has Birthday— The Samuel Warburtons, Swea City, and the Gus Torines, of Armstrong, spent Sunday at J. H. Warburton's in celebration of Easter and to help Mrs. N. E. Noble, the women's mother, celebrate a birthday this week Tuesday. Pioneer Mother is Recalled Mrs. Eclw. 'Rosenau, who now lives in Canada, sent four Easter lily plants for Presbyterian church decorations Sunday. They were in memory of her mother, Mrs. Minnie Schmidt, a pioneer member of the church. Other Lakota News. Maynard Ukena, attending the state university, and Norman Frer- Idng, Virgil Smith, aud Wilbur Hassebrock, attending Dutouque university, spent the Easter vacation here. Mrs. Delia Smith and her grand-' son, Roland Smith Jr., were Algona visitors last Thursday. The Roland Smiths Sr. spent Sunday with the elder Mrs. Smith. The Guy Beemers spent Easter with Guy's mother at Albert Lea. His little niece, Beverly Fox, was baptized, and the Beemers attended the services. The Priscilla club had Four Corners PTA Hears Talk by Algona Speaker Four Corners, Apr. 3—The Union No. "i P. T. A. met lost week Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. William Drayton, 40 present. Roll call was answered with What P. T. A. has for Me. The president, .Fred Plumb, being unable to attend, the vice president, Mns. Drayton, presided, After business the school children, played and sang ithree numbers with their rythm band. A poem was recited by Mary Joyce Rich and Dor- Is Drayiton, and Marjorle Drayton played a piano solo. A talk was given by Mrs. A. A. Bishop, Algona.and two solos were sung by Mrs. Edward Rich, accompanied at tho piano by Mrs. E. A. Genrich. Lunch was served by tho hostess, assisted by Ruth Rich. The next meeting will bo with Mr. and Mrs, Loyd Gross April G. Twin Birthdays Celebrated— A week ago Sunday was the joint birthday of John Rich and Mra. Ethan Light, who are twins, and relatives gathered at John's home for a birthday dinner. Present were the William Riches, the Ethan Burt, the William Draytons, II a one o'clock luudieon at Mrs. Coonie iltoelfsema's last week Wednesday, [and. the afternoon was spent at i bridge. The W. E. Leys went to Fort Dodge for Kaster with Mr. and -Mrs. Albert Smith, and Mrs. Ley remained there for a further visit. The Lincoln township trustees* met at J. H. Warburtou's Monday lo go over the assessor's books and transact other business. Mesdames A. Q. Smith and E. A. Clemans, with Lorraine Smith and Hob ami George Clemans, were at Mason City Saturday. Little Marjorie Adams entertained ten small friends in honor of her fifth birthday last Thursday. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. MANY EASTER VISITORS AT WHITTEMORE Whittemore, Apr. 3—Easter Sunday dinner guests of the Herman Volg-hts south-east of town, were Edna Schultz, Ellsworth, Doi'othy and Lillian Heidenwith, and Lloyd Walker, all of Whittemore, Edith Johnson, of Floyd; and Rosella. Voight, who was a:t home over Sunday from Manon City, where she attends .the Hamilton college. Miss Johnson attends the same college, and Herman . Voight and Alfred Meyer brougM the g-irls here Friday. Sunday evening- dinner g:uests at R. O. Bjustrom's, Algona, were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker, Lloyd AVal- ker, and Lillian Heidenwith, WMtte- more, the Harold Kueckers, Delevan, Minn., Carl Walkers, Algona, and the William Weatroms Gamer. Dinner guests the same day at Earl Elbert's were the Leo Walters family, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Elbert, Minnie and Otito Elbert, Richard Vaughn, Mrs. Helen Walters. At Louis Greinort's home were Edward Greinert, Cylinder, and Lydia Meyer and Irene and Clara Vaudt. At Emil Sch.meling's were the Robert Bells and the Herbert Sch- melings, Algona; the Otto and Arthur Schmelings, Cylinder; AValter Schmeling, Hobanton; the Albert Rnas family, and Mr. and (Mrs. Ernest Saager, Whittemore. Town Election Tiuno Affair- There were only 94 votes at last week Monday's town election. Mayor Thomas Carmody was reelected by a vote of 82-12. Frank Elbert assessor, received §4 votes; Oscai Schattschneider, treasurer, 88. The vote on councimen was; H. W. Geelen, 80; William Roeber, 81; D. W Ault, 50; Oscar Poirot, 85; li^-anlt Bestenlehner SG; Supervisor F. J, Balgeman (written in) 28; Supt. P. J. Rochford, A, A. Zumach, H. R Zumach, W. D. Fish, one each. All former officials were reelected except William Higg-ins, who was not a candidate, Mr. Ault being- an his place. Arkansas CCC Boy Home- Walter Meyer, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. D. Cordes, came home Saturday and will remain here. He had been with the CCC at Thornton, Auk. Last June he entei-ed the CCC and was assigned to a camp ait Alba, Minn. In October the camp moved to Arkansas. 'Walter won an honorary stripe and became detail of seven. On received an honorable discharge)'arid ho is now working in the Lqt'ta "'reek neighborhood. Many Are Sick Here— Among the sick early in the week were Mrs. William Mueller, Mrs. Georgo Mergen, the Henry Mueller baby, und Leonard and Elda Baas Mrs. Sath Cairy is up and about iKain. The Roman Eisenbacher babe which suffered a fall, has an Infec' tion in tho head now. Dahlliausors Hero from Louisiana— Margaret, Helen, and Henry child -n of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dahlhau-. ser Jr., and Mate Ziemet, ail of Louisiana, have been here, and Henry drove back to Louisiana to bring his parents. Hoy Kails from Auto— Russell Frost fell from the side of his father's car one day early m the week while the family was coming to town, and suffered a gosh n the head. Xophcw of Faudols Dies- Mr, and Mrs. Mike Fandel have word from Peoria, 111., that John Ciissidy, nephew, died 'last Thursday uid was buried Monday. WHITTEMORE NEWS Mra. Margaret Heller's son William i« at home from the Drakesvllle reforestation camp, and Leonard Dunn, Algona, formerly Whittemore, came for the Eaater vacation but was to go back. Maitilda and Imogen© Wagner and Earl Rich. jr. & n. Club Moots Today— The Four Corners M. & D. club meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Arthur Crulkshank. This meeting was scheduled In the yearbooks to bo with Mils. .Mart Elmore. FOUR CORNERS NEWS The. Lurlnl Fcsslers, Ringsted were Sunday guests of the J. P. Nlckersone. Mr. and Mrs. Imrn, of Minnesota, were callers at tho Nlclc erson -home last Thursday. Mr. Imni Us la nephew of Mr. Nickerson. Tho Edward RJches wore Sunday dinner guests of the John Wilsons Whittemore. Mrs. Rich's brother Virgil Wilson, and ia cousin, John Keente, left Tuesday to join a forcs- totlon camp. The Clarence Schondeds, Buffalo Center, the Wlllam Riches, the John Rich's and the John Sablns were Sunday dinner guests of tho Wdlllan- Draytons. Tho Quentln and Cecil Bjustronn were Easter dinner guests of the Etna Mitchells. The Arie DRtmers were also callers. Tho UnJon No. 1 school had a va cation last Thursday and Friday. overseer of March 31, he .spent their ISaster vacation at Chicago with their sister Esither. The Methodist Aid and Birthday club held a bake sale and luncheon Saturday ait the church. Mrs. Peter Vogel son Carl, Mrs. Anthony Vogel, and Will Schmidt returned tost week Tuesday to Lonore, 111., after having attended the funeral of Mrs. Barbara Kollosch. Mrs. Nick Luoi't, Armstrong, and her son Loon came a few toys ago lo visit .the George Meyers, and were accompanied by Mrs. Louise Nlsson, who had spent two weeks therp, Itoaella Hlggins, R. N., eume ro- cc-mly from sloux City lo visit her parents, Mr. and Mi's. William Higgins. She has been on duty at a Catholic hospital at Sioux Oity. The Aid and the Birthday club will me*! this week Thursday at Mrs. James Crawford'e, Mlsa Ellen ng by the Hov. 1. <<. ik-Nutty, th Methodist pastor here. Arthur Stu- bur was also baptized. Henry Muillette and his slater Mrs. Hugh Janette, returned Sunday from Jefferson, where thett Mrs. George me AV ed nurse. Fox, who is eilti- sick at the home of Mrs May- ehU, who is a local register- - --——.., »»**V mo,thc-i< recently suffered a Mr. and (Mrs. Antone Pannkuk now of Blooming Prairie, Mtnm Ubbe Heyes, east of town, Sunday the first child. LEGION WOMEN TO OVERSEEJARDENS The Legion Auxiliary units in the county have taken over man agement of gardens ifor the unemployed and the poor. Seed will be furnished either by the county or a federal relief organization. The federal emergency relief adminis ration has not yet definitely an- lounced its seed .program. If federal seed distribution is discontinued seed will be furnished as a county project. Some 450 such gardens are planned, and seed allotments for this number will toe obtained. The planting schedule starts this week but can foe delayed for another week, in fact must be delayed because of weather conditions. The Auxiliary executive "board will meet at Titonka April 10 to lay plans for the project. A government .bulletin gives the following seed quotas for'a garden 50x100 feet: quart onion sets; oz. radish seed; % oz. lettuce seed pound peas; y 2 oz. carrot seed; oz. cabbage seed; iy 2 libs, beans 1-3 oz. tomato seed; 1-5 oz. turnip seed; 8 ozs. bantam sweet corn- 12 ozs. evergreen sweet com; bushe Cobbler potatoes; 3 ozs. beet seed Whether .this schedule will be followed in the county depends on PERA requirements. Some changes may be made according to needs o- individuals. Wolfe and Mrs. Morris Miallory as sisting. Michael Mergen went Roch, ester lost week Wednesday. Mrs Mergen was there with her mother Mrs. Harvey Higley, who ds in bad health. Esther Heller, employed at the Leaverton home Algona, did the housework last week at Mrs. Cairy's while 'Mrs. Cairy was elck. Mrs. James Butler has returnee from Oregon, where she spent the winter. Flowers were just blooming there when she left. Editor and Mr. R. L. Eurdine are moving from the Fred Blerstedt home to the Mrs. Barbara Kollasch house. Rosella Higgins, R. N., Sioux City, returned to her work Monday after a shoiit visit with her parents Joseph KneeM and Connie Doyle came from Rochester, where thej went through the Mayo clinic Postmaster John S. Cullen has en made a member of the National Geographic society. A number of tho Sexton women met at Mrs. William Kirschbaum's last week Wednesday for a party, the occasion being Mra. Kirschbaum's 73rd birthday. Tho Earl Deans, Fe.nton, ware Sunday victors at Monroe Better's The Loyd Stevens and Leo Stevens were Sunday dinner guests of the men's parents, Mr. and Mrs Harvey Steven. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders were week-end guests at Mason City of the Henry Hawleys. Ma-s. Sanders and Mrs. Hawley are sisters. Larson Bros, shipped (two carloads of cattle to Chicago Monday night Fred Plumb has recovered enough to be moved from the Kossuitlh hospital to the home of Mrs. Plumb's mother, Mrs. David Mitchell, Algona. Mrs. Plumb and the children spent Sunday with him. The John Millers, near St. Bene- ct and the Orln Johnsons, near Hutchins, spent Sunday with Mrs. Millers and Mrs. Johnson's mother Mns. Amy Smith. The Cle m Cunninghams are having a. visit from Clem's brother, of Minnesota. They entertained at dinner Sunday tho W. C. Taylors ind Mrs. Warmbler, Lu Verne, and her daughter Lena, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Neuman are saving a visit from the former's brother Carl, Shellroek. Mrs. w. Z. Miller was bought home Saturday from the Koesuth hospital, Algona where she underwent an, o]>era,tion last week Monday. She is able to sit up part of the time. Mclvin and David Reeves, Algona, spent from last week Wednesday till Sunday at Fred Plumb's Mrs. Reeves is a sister of Mrs Plumb. Eddie Snyder spent Easter with li.s parents aiear Lotts. Creek. Stanley and Bob Muckc-y Algona spent part O f last wet-It at Harvey Steven's. Pauline Ann, infant daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. John Mlllt-r, and Lai- KAUFFMANN, OFTITONKA, DIES MAR, Titonka, Apr. 3 — Frank li. Kaufmann, who lived with the Frank Pa'u'lsmans, fell sick with a cold lablt week Monday, rapidly became worse, and tiled last week Wednesday, Mr. Kaufmnnn wns born in Saxony, September G, 1S55, and was in his 70'th year. In H.S84 he camo to America, 'and after a, few months at St. Louis ho came to Corwllfch, darter locating at Clarion, where he lived many years. Mr. Kaufma.nn had been la friend of the Prulsmanns 50 years, and lived with them the, last 15 years of his life. Ho had no relatives In America. Funeral services were conducted n/t the Pruismann (home Friday the Rev. H. W. Schoonloin in charge, and burial was made in the Luther an cemetery. Rlebsniiien Family in Kcunion— An Easter Sunday and birthday dinner took place at Mr. and Mrs A. M. Peterson's Sunday, and Mt land Mrs. Charles Rlebsamen wer there with all their eight children as follows: Mrs. L. C. Hart, Willis ton N. D.; Glenn Rcslbsamen, Mar sh'alltown; Mra. Grace Bobbenhouse Des Moines; Mrs. Peterson^ Mrs Ethel Shaw, Minneapolis; VaiiC Reibsamon, Washington, D. C., Vi vian Keaglo and Airs, Ruth Ke'agle Minneapolis. Other members of tin family to the number of 23 altoge'th er were, also there. Three birthday! were celebrated: Donald Shaw's, R ert Keagle's, and Mrs. Hart's. The tables were decorated dn "pink an. green. The parents and children sa at one table, the sons-in-laws a another, and the grandchildren at a third. Gartner Bade to CCC— Alice Gartner, attending schoo at Rowan, spent the week-end wiitl 'her parents, itho Rev. and Mrs L. G. Gartner, and Harold Gartner attending t'h e state university, wa also here. Mr. Gartner left Sunday for Hibbing, Minn., where ho is again a C. C. C. chaplain. He wa •in simillar work in northern Minn esota last fall, and It is now expectec that ho will be in camp six months Mr. Gartner is a .Methodist minis ter but ho did not take a charge for this year because his wife 1 health was poor. This is Moving \Vcek Here— The Theodore Dunmires are mov ing from the Mrs. Hazel Naumai house to the house the Antrim Schweppes have had, and the Sohweppes to the Baadge house where the Henry Eiseles have been living. The Eiseles are now in th Jennings house; Mrs. Nauman i moving to her own house, and ith J. F. Fishers to their house wher Mrs. Hazel Nauman and her child ren, Ardith and Mabel, have been living. Kosoniary Bacon 13; Party— A surprise birthday party f^V, 11 ' honor ° £ Rosemary Bacon'. 13t'h birthday last week Tuendaj evening, and attending were Her bert and Harriet Schram, Feme Oes terreicher, Robert Budlong, Dorothv Peterson, Patty Ball, Robert Bar hour, Russell French, Junior Han sen, Earl Schweppe, Roger Larson Leona Giesking, and Dorothy Bud long. Rosemary received gifts. Auxiliary Plans Joint Meet— The Auxiliary met at Mrs Ton- Young's last week Tuesday evening and committees were completed foi a joint county Legion-Auxiliary meeting at the Pannkuk coliseum next week Tuesday. After business a program was given by t'he welfare committee and a hobo lunch was served. Girl Gives Easter Party— Jenesseo, only daughter o£ Mrs aitle Suafthoff, tentertained other children at an Easter party and Easter egg hunt Sunday afternoon Attending; Geraldine Bruns, Hctoi Falk, Shirley Bruns, .Margaret Sei- Vnxlliary Gives Library Books— The Legion Auxiliary's eommun- ty service committee, i n observation M.°° k ,n W6eik ' ' has d&nated 'to the public library a beautifully bound of Little Women, also a valuable reference book on English History. Vance Hiebsamo n to Washington— \ ance Rlebsamen has returned to ^ashington, D. C., where he is in the employe of the Grayhound Bus <~o. Ho had been working a few veeks at Britt. Tlireo Children Confirmed— Edward and Arnold Brandt, Herbert Rakow, and Katie Wlbben were confirmed -•'-"- - e Sunday. Mrs. Samuel Miller Lo w _ Mrs. Samuel Miller ils low with cancer and pleurisy, and is not expected to live. Other Titonka News. Mrs. Charles Riebsamen and her daughters Mrs. L. C. Hart and Mrs -rruce Bobbenhouse are, spending a veek with relatives at Ames Des Monies, Balda City, and Marahall- own. John Cunningham, Algona ame to .stay with Mr. Riebsumen vhile Ulie latter's wife, is away Albert, __ son of Mr. and lift. •y, infant son of Mr. and Mrs F Merger, were baptized Sunday morn- . Adolph Missal, employed at Algona Pent Sunday with his parents Geo. and William Alke and Clirts nd George Meyer attended the fun- oral of a cousin -at Little Rock Fri' day. Mrs. Frank Kyle, registered nurse irom Blue Earth, is helping care for Setting settled at farming after Ing sold a stora here a few monthfl ago. W. J. Penton, druggist, spent last last week Wednesday >it Clear Lnkc as tho guost of Mrs. F. ti. Colgan. former Tltonklan who ha» Just Iftst her husbtund. Tho Arthur Falks, Algona, formerly Titonka, spent Easter Sunday with relatives here. Mrs. Hclko Bruns was operated on for appendicitis Saturday. Robert Welter, Wesley, spent Friday hero on business. Ida Saohau spent Sunday at (Buffalo Center, Gordon Ndlson, Clear Ijake, spent Sunday with PauHne Blakloy. ANTON SORENSEN TO MAKE POPPIES FOR ANNUAL JWPUALE Memorial poppies which the Legion Auxiliary will distribute here on Poppy day May 26 have been a means of 'providing employment for hundreds of disabled Wonl d war veterans .according to Mrs. Naudain, president of the local unit The little red flowers liave madei 'possible earnings of approximately $100,000 for tho men. The malting of paper poppies to be worn in honor of the World war dead is reserved for the war disabled. It offers a means of employment to veterans unable to do other work, and not only brings them money for the support oJ themseilves and families ibut adds in their rehabilitation by giving them 'beneficial, interesting work. The poppies to be sold in Kossuth will be made by Anton Soren- Ben, World war disable veteran, under supervision of the state department of the Auxiliary. Employment is restricted to men unable to do other types of work, and preference is given to men with families to support. The paper poppy is used exclusively (because its making is a band rather than machine process. The number of poppies that man can make in one day is restricted, in order that workers will not tax strength, and the work is directed in a manner to aid in physical and mental rehabilitation. The money for poppies pays the wages of the poppy-makers and helps suport Legion and Auxiliary's activities for the welfare of the disabled veterans and deendent fam- Tha Burlingames spent Suit day a(t Clarence Smith's, Corwith Mr and Mrs. Harvey Johnson^ Donald, and Alice were Sunday cal lers at J. A. a nd George Johnson's Delores, Infant daughter of Mr and Mrs. Forbus Stilts, has been seriously sick. .. Ray Devlne was a week-end guest Bode* 0 H< M ' ™ IffeS Il0me ' n<3ar 'Norma Raney, assistant teachei W Irvington, Is having an enforced two weeks vacation, duo to an out break of scarlet f eve r among pu - plIS. Edna M. Sill was guest at T R. P1U Part of ' ' has Tr « Hofius home, north of Also- attach of (the flu. Farmers were happy to see the «eavy snowfall Friday, which will supply much needed moisture the planting season. The annual meeting O f .the Irvington township frrurtwS ^ £« Monday afternoon at the ^ento an 0aMale - Calif Ein'burg Creamery Sued. A $6000 auto casualty damage suit was ibeitig tried at Emmetsburg against the creamery there ast week .A creamery truck made a left turn off a highway, and a salesman who ran into the truck south of Rolfe was idlled. His administrator brought suit. I1A *' La Unrre, Scc , , New Permanent Reams could be written about the hours Mrs n •. in the study of Permanent Wave teohnimio i.'m „ y llas s to tell you about our new waves. 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