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! JPAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Bride of a Year Passes August 12 at Farm Near Lu Verne LEAVES BABY SON BESIDES HER HUSBAND Lu Verne, Aug. 21—Funeral services were held last week Wednesday for Mrs. Harry Wigans at the Wigans home near the Vernon •Consolidated school . Mrs. Wigans died a week ago Sunday after a four-months illness at a Fort •Dodge hospital. Before her marriage to Mr. Wi- jjans in June, 1933, she had been Alma Hunerburg, and her home had been at Waucoma. She taught home economics in tho Vernon school and had been held in high esteem. There was a large attendance and beautiful floral offerings at the funeral. Her former pastor, the Rev. Jas. Gable, of Waucoma, conducted the services and music was furnished by a quartet from the Lu Verne Presbyterian church, which the IWigans had attended since their marriage. Besides her husband, an infant son, a step daughter Aldean, and her mother, Mrs. H. W. Hunder- 'burg, of Waucoma, survive. Burial .was made in the Vernon cemetery. Spooners Return from S. D.— Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Spooner and Donald returned a week ago Sunday from Turtle Lake, S. D., where Mrs. Spooner and son had been visiting her mother, Mrs. Mark Williams, the past two months. Mr. Spooner went for her the week before. Pie was accompanied as far as Brookings, S. D., by Mrs. Paul Phillips and Jimmy, who visited her sister, Mrs. Harry Fleming. FATHER AND SON DANIEL F. COYLE CLYDE C. COYLE ^7™Pl™ ERE .™ a chan P? t - hat tnese ^o gentlemen, fath- j ,. i ... , .. democratic court, the er and son and law partners, would run to the same ticket this year, the elder for justice of the supreme younger for district court judge; but the state democratic judicial convention decided otherwise by denying a nomination to Judge Coyle. The son, however, is the regular democratic nominee, the only one running against Judges Heald and DeLand, republicans. Judge Coyle, a former republican, changed his politics in 1932 ^Picnic Honors Idaho Guest— Mr. and Mrs. William Mason, Lewiston, Ida., arrived Saturday to visit the former's sisters Lottie school in Mississippi, arrived at MISSISSIPPI PAIR GUESTS AT IRVINGTON Irvington, Aug. 22—Mr. and Mrs. Monroe McLaurin, their children, Rose and Hattie Bowen, and N. J. Oliver, all of the Piney Woods and Jennie. They were en route to William Chicago to attend the fair. Mr. Ma- ten-day Boldridge's Friday for a Leasons, Burt. Georgiann Geigel, who has been a guest of Margaret Lease, Spirit Lake, was expected home early this week. The George Hackmans Sr. had guests Sunday from Peoria, 111., George Schulz, Pontiac, has been a recent guest at John Schulz's. Everett Van Steenberg, who left here, accompanied by Effie Egel, for Flint, Mich,, a few weeks ago, has found employment with the Central Printing company there, by which he was former employed. As yet the work is not steady, but he ^. V i n .L.l eft ,, Pi " ey is receiving $20 a week. son had not visited here since Woods Wednesday evening. Mr. Me- I The Charles Egels and Mr shortly after the war. Monday ev- ^tirin, son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Charles Deibler were Sunday dinner guests at Chris Boldridge, is a graduate of Ames and is now agricultural teacher at | Piney Woods, and Mr. Oliver is his assistant. Elnora, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boldridge, was ening a picnic at the Goldfield park was served, and 40 attended. Teacher Away on Tlsit— Mr. and Mrs. Milton Woito left _ . last week Tuesday to visit her peo- graduated from the Piney Woods pie at Guttenburg before he takes school in June, and since then she •up his work again as instructor in llas been traveling with the Cotton the West Bend schools. Mr. and Blossom singers, and is now in Mrs. Harold Woito left at the same Michigan. She plans to come home .time to visit relatives at Cedar tnis f all. Falls. j Missionary Society Meets Friday- Home Talent Play Announced— The missionary society met Fri- A home talent play, Miss Pros- day, Mrs. 0. L. Miller in charge of perity on Parade, will be given at the devotions. After two opening the school gymnasium this week songs the Rev. Mr. English read the Friday and Saturday evenings, scripture lesson and offered pray- eponsored by the woman's clubs, er. Roll call was answered with the proceeds will go into a fund for scripture verses containing the Telief work. Attend Evangelical Assembly— The Rev. Mr. Lang and family, word "love". Articles on the West Indies were read, Madeline Miller sang Anywhere With Jesus, Mrs. K. P. Roney read a chapter from «go Sunday. the George Merkles, the Fred Mer- The Girl Who Walked Without .Sties, Florence Hof, and Marie Fear, and Mr. English gave another .Fritzemeier attended services of sermonette on the history of the the Evangelical National Assembly Christian church. Seventeen were Cedar^Falls which closed a week, served at a covered-dish luncheon. Dry at Aberdain, S. D._ Mrs. Charles Egel has word that Calif., her niece, Mrs. Albert Meinzer, Am- spent several days last week with iret, Minn., and the letter's hus- his nieces, Lottie and Jennie Ma- band will visit here this fall. Mrs. Bon. He left Friday night for a Meinzer writes that her mother tew days with another niece, Mrs. and Mrs. Egel's sister, Mrs. Ber- Californian in Tisit— James Boyd, Ontario, Jas. Zweifel, of Corwlth. Cood Will Club Meets— tha Sieck, Aberdeen, S. D., have only a few head of livestock left from a heavily stocked farm. Mrs. Sieck Mrs. Bert Sankey and Mr. George owns 320 acres, but there has been Wolf entertained the Good Will practically no moisture for three club last Thursday at the Sankey years. The stock either died or had aome. Due to the busy season on to be sold because of food shortage, farms there was only a small at- Three years ago, when rainfall was Jensen's. The Paul Hudsons and Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson were at Buffa- la Cener. Delores Warren, Rich Point, recently visited Rachel Becker, near Burt. Rachel Becker, former Irvington girl, now near Burt, underwent an BODE NINE TO BE AT LOTTS CREEKJUNDAY Lotts Creek, Aug. 22 — Lotts Creek played St. Joe on the local diamond Sunday and won, 14-0. Elmer Pijahn got another home run. Next Sunday Lotta Creek plays Bode here, and next week Wednesday the Algona Grays come. Lotts Creek played the Grays some time ago and lost, 1-0, the lone score being made in the 9th inning. A cou- pie of play. threshlng crews will also operation for the removal of her adenoids and tonsils this week r _ ioi1n Monday. This fall Rachel and her lrieuft brother George will attend the Burt Attend Aid Meeting— The Aid met Friday at the school building, Mrs. Nick Gengler hostess. The Rev. E. Fione gave a talk on his trip to Montana. Attending were Mesdames Gus Haack, Frank Shellar, Louis Hackbarth, J. Will, Martin Meyer, Arthur Rusch, Otto Ruhnke, Otto Liesener, John Schal- lin Walter Krause, Edwin Lieb, Wm. Schmiel, and Edw. Peterson, also Mary Radig, Pasadena, Mrs. Herman Zumach, and Mrs. Wm. Rusch Sr., Whittemore, Mrs. Arnold Meyer and Mrs. Arthur Kressin, Ada and Margaret Fiene, and Ruth and Johanna Schmiel. Tarty Off to World's Fair- Mr, and Mrs. Nick Gengler, Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Lieb, and Loretta Vteyer, the latter of Algona, left ate Saturday evening for Water:own, Wis., to visit the Ewold Rusch family, and thence were to ;o on to Chicago for the world's 'air. On their way back they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kortoest, lacine, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. 31iver Lents, Galva, 111. Mr. Rusch, VTrs. Kortoest, and Mrs. Lents are )rother and sisters of Mrs. Genger. 'ienes Iloine From Tour— The Rev. and Mrs. E. Fiene and heir daughters Hanna and Ada got home last Thursday from Broad- dew, Mont., where they visited the Homer Mortons. Mrs. Morton, formerly Gertrude Fiene, is another daughter. The party visited the Yel- owstone park, and on the way ack drove through the bad lands nd the Black Hills. They visited he Rev. Mr. Fiene's brother tfartin and a nephew, Paul Black, oth of Aberdeen, S. D. Four Corners Couple Tell of Plight of S. D. Farmers Four Corners, Aug. 22—Mr. aud Mrs. C. N. Robinson got home Saturday evening from lona, S. D-. where they spent the week with the Arthur Seeleys, Mrs. Pearl DeMuth, Mllford, and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Rickabaugh, of Harris, accompanied them. The Seeleys, who live near the Missouri river, have the best crop in the drought area, and it consists of only six acres of Kaffir corn waist high. Other fodder corn planted after a rain in July is just through the ground, but is all tasselor out and brown. After driving 40 miles without seeing a green thing, the party would come to a patch of green which looked like grass, but in reality was only thistles. All fields and pastures resembled plowing from the roadside. high school. Rachel continued going to the Algona H. S. after the farmily moved last March. George Hackman Jr. spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Mclntosh, Spencer. Mrs. Mclntosh formerly taught at Knoxville, Tenn., where George has been teaching for a number of years. Mrs. Clarence Rosan and her daughter Mary Suzanne returned from the Kossuth hospital Saturday. Paul Watson, recently underwent an operation for appeudicitus was released Friday. The A. McLeans entertained the Henry Lofings. Mason City, Sunday. Mrs. Jos. Wilhelmi and her children were Sunday guests at the Schichtl home. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on An Ancient Graveyard. was taken from Hebrew Delbert, second son of Mr. and 11:33-34. The Aid meets this week Thursday with Mrs. William Boldridge Mrs. Vern Barker assising. Fred 'Geigel and Edward Mawdsley have seed corn at the state fair. tendance. 4Pormer Resident Returns— Guy Trauger, Campbell, Minn., *ad the . A. Traugers, of Algona, •called on friends here last week Wednesday. Guy lived southwest ot Lu Verne till a few years ago. "Aid Has Work Meeting- normal, Mrs. Siech harvested more than 9000 bushels of small grain. Roster of Ball Games— Riverdale played Hobarton recently, and won 26-7. Then Riverdale and a picked-up Irvington ton team played two games Sunday, Irvington winning both, 10-8 and 9-8. The Riverdale girls and the Mrs. P. C. Lichty entertained 12 j boys played Sunday, the boys win- women at an Aid tea Friday. This \ ning, 14-12. Games with Rutland was a "work" meeting, and the wo- 'and Algona are to be played this Bian hemmed and embroidered tea 'towels for a utility sale. HTfrers Wove to Omaha— The F. A. Nlver household goods •were taken Monday to Omaha wliere the Nivers now live. Mr. Niver is employed by the Federal Xand bank there. Student Nurse at Home- Fern Barton, student nurse at Methodist hospital, Sioux City, is spending a two weeks vacation at the parental M. L. Barton's. Two to Lutheran Conference— The Rev. L. Wittenburg and Gotleib Hanselman left Monday for attend a Lutheran Keystone to conference. Presbyterian Candidate to Preach— The Rev. L. P. Elrod, Atkinson, Kans., will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday. He comes as a candidate. to get back this week Wednesday. JJnpene Baessler Tonsils Out- Mr, and Mrs. Gus Baessler took their son Eugene to Hampton one Surprise Honors Stephen loss- week Wednesday and Friday evenings respectively on the Riverdale diamond. Kuloivs to Yellowstone Park— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kulow, son Jerry, Mrs. Kulow's sister, Mrs. John Peters, Nevada, and Mr. Peters will leave for the Yellowstone park this week Friday. Their first stop will be at Casper, Wyo., to visit another sister, Mrs, M. J. Hangartner, and from Casper they will continue to the park, returning via the Black Hills. They expect to be away two weeks. Party to the World's Fair- Some members of the Irvington ball team left for Chicago Saturday evening to attend the world's fair, among them Clarence Rosan, Vaughn Schichtl, George Ramus, Fay Gress, and Percy Philp, here, and Doctor Eason and John Phillips, Lu Verne. The Rosan and Gress cars were used. They planned LUVERNE flay last week, and his tonsils were removed. Other Lu Verne News. Mrs. Flora Raney and Forrest fook the former's sister, Mrs. Chas. Stone and the latter's daughter to 'iheir home at Sioux City one day last week. Forrest returned Fri- flay to Reinbeck, where he is employed by his brother-in-law, H. R. Frei. Mrs. John Genrich has been having as guest the Herman Genriches, Detroit, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knoth, Bloomington, 111. The Knoths were on the way home from the Yellowstone. A family dinner was served Saturday evening. Mrs. J. O. Marty and her son Andrew left Monday for Canarseraga, New York, to visit Mrs. Marty's mother, Mrs. Ida Honef. Mrs. Marty's father was the first druggist here. Dorothea Marty arrived Saturday from New York for three days with relative. From here she goes to Philadelphia, where she has em- ftloyioent in a hospital. A surprise party took place at the Stephen Loss home Sunday in honor of Mr. Loss's birthday. Attending: the Armour Lenkees, the Ernest Bormanns, the S. Kramers, the Simeon Leighs, and the John Ramus family, all of Irvington, the Frank Skilllngs, Algona, and the William Deckers, Whittemore. The guest took a picnic dinner. Shows Stock at Fair— A. J. Brown exhibited livestock at the Worth county fair last week, and this week he is at the Cerro Gordo fair, Mason City. IRVINGTON NEWS Sunday visitors of Mrs. Allan Burbank at Jacob Maasdam's wr j re Mr. and Mrs. Donald CronaH, here Thursday. fla IIP 1 lit Qt* Ilnnl nt-.-3 T7»J T-» _ 11 _ -n ^ s ^T „ Mrs. William Baddeley and Wesley, Betty Holdcroft, and a Mrs. Bennett and daughter Rowena, of Livermore, drove to Sioux City last week Wednesday for a couple of days. Mrs. Willard Hershe, who visited a week at the parental A. D. Burtis home, has returned to her home at Madison, Wis. Betty Burtis accompanied her home for a months' visit. Mrs. J. R. Farrell and children went to Madisonville, Mo., last week Wednesday for a two weeks visit. Mrs. Farrell has a brother there who is very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krause left Tuesday to visit at Racine, 111., and Milwaukee. Fay and Donald are with their aunt, Emma Krause. Mrs. Cora Johnson, Minneapolis, visited her mother, Mrs. M. Baumgartner, and looked after business interests here last week. The J. L. Lichty, William Baddeley, O. S. Lund, and Otto Westley families attended a Masonic picnic near Civermore Friday. Anna Jutte, Webster City, and Bonnie and Beth Whittington, Chicago, were Sunday guests at the A. D. Burtis home. Mrs. E. H. Mason and Virgil, of Charles City, were guests of relatives here a week ago Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. O. Alexander, Everett, Evelyn, and Marvel spent last week at Chicago, attending the world's fair. Mrs. Barbara Lothringer is taking care of Mrs. Ruhnke, Mrs. Fred Behnkendorf's mother, who is sick. Mrs. Wilma Mosher and George Friede were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Evans at Decorah last week. Floyd Lowmiller, Allen Brink, and Keith Biegger spent last week in Chicago attending the fair. Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Corbin returned Friday from several days at Manchester and Norway. Henry Babler and daughter Bernice were guests of the Kubly rela- 'ives here last week. Ange Roorda, Pella, and Kate Skinner, Algona, called on friends Mrs. John Geitzenauer, and Frieda, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dreyer, were married last week Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the parsonage of the Rev. H. D. Stahmer, who performed the ceremony. The bride wore a dress rose- colored crepe, and her rnaid of honor was her sister Mable, who wore blue crepe. Delbert was attended by his brother Arthur. Fire to Lutheran Conference- Richard Potratz, Teacher Schmiel, the Rev. E. Fiene, and the Rev. P. J. Braner and Fred Jacob, Algona, left Monday in the Potratz car for Keystone to attend an Iowa district Lutheran conference of he Missouri Synod August 20-24. Improvements for Liesener Farm— A new hog-house is being built on the William Liesener farm. Arthur Heidenwith, Whittemore, and Fred Wegener, Lone Rock are doing the work. Mr. Liesener has also had his house reshingled. Summer Flu is Prevalent— William, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich, was sick last week. A number here have been sick with summer flu. Other I/otts Creek. Ortvin and Raymond Tietz were at Austin, Minn., last week Tuesday, and were accompanied here by Mrs. Carl Dreyer, daughter Lucille, and Luella Liesener. Miss Liesener had been visiting at Austin a month. Mr. Dreyer and Oscar Kohlwes, of Austin, came Sunday and were accompanied back by Mrs Carl and Lucille. The Richard Potratz family, the Alvin and Herbert Potratzes and the William Wetzels were Sunday g-uests of the Arthur Geilenfelds T *t *fTf.*.~. -. j_i« ._ ' Picnic Honors Davenport Guests— A picnic dinner was held at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday in honor of Mrs. Edw. Pades- kie, Davenport, and her daughters Mary Lou and Dorothy, who are visiting the William Draytons and the Herman Lindemans, Humboldt. Attending: the John Sabins, the Ethan Lights, the Edward Riches, tho Draytons, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Broesder, Mildred Robinson, Earl Rich, William Colbert, Mrs. Verla Lowman, daughter Jacqueline, Mr and Mrs. John Rich, Mrs. Padeskte, and her children. Mrs. Padeskie, the former Gladys Drayton, is a sister of William and of Mrs. Herman Llndeman. M. &, I). Clnb to Mcetr- Tho Mothers & Daughters clu meets with Mrs. Irene Holdren north of Sexton, next week Thurs day, and the opening song will b the club song, with roll call on suggested improvements in the club. A story for children will b read by Ruth Robinson, and a read ing will be given by Carmel Elbert Other Four Corners. Willard and Willis, sons of Mr and Mrs. Noble Mitchell, got horn from Chicago Tuesday morning, at ter a week with the Lester Mit chells. They went to Chicago a week ago Monday with the Mit chells in a car, and came back on the train. The Aeljelt Myers family, Ring sted, were at J. P. Nickerson's Sun day. WHITTEMORE OPERA HOUSE WILJJEOPEN Whittemore, Aug. 22—It is announced Whittemore will have a theater. The Kossuth theater at Whittemore will open Saturday evening with "Little Women," one of the cleanest and best pictures of the year. "Full Range" sound equipment is being installed. Soft theater lights, and heavy draperies I ° lyn and Harold Voigt spent Sun- » , . .-..-. «.. . ' fla v n f ro vnrtnn on H r\imr\in rr r\ f Tnt r\n Helen Halm and August Vaudt low A two-course lunch was served. The George Schultz family and Lillian Kuecker drove to Ames Saturday evening to visit Mrs Schultz's and Lillian's brother, Erwin Kuecker, returning Sunday. Rudolph and Wm. Hanover, Edna Bruhn, and the William Koech- neckes drove to Des Molnes Sunday to take Erwin back to a citizens' military training camp. Alfred, Lorenzo, and Verda Meyer drove to Garner Sunday to the Martin Meyer's and Otto Kloock's and Delores Kloock came here with them for a visit till Thursday. Lloyd Walker, Lillian, Dorothy, and Ellsworth Heidenwith, and Ev- are being installed, Pictures already contracted for include Freckles, Laddies, The Little Minister, The Three Musketeers (in techni- color), and Ann of Green Gables. The regular admission charge will be lOc for children 6-14, and 25c tor adults. Merchants' nights Wednesday and Thursdays, admis- _6 Kids 3. Farmers 5 Oilers 4 Lu Verne, and others there were Will Ristaus and the John Rugers Lu Verne, the Charles Geilenfelds and the Max Basts, Algona, Mrs. Edw. Wetzel St. Paul, and her children. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz, with Mrs. D. Cordes, Whittemore, the latter's granddaughter, Betty and Clarice Bell, Blue Earth, drove to Blue Earth last week Wednesday to visit the Frank Bells, re- Burning last Thursday. Little Gordan Wegener, Lone Rock, grandson of Mrs. Emilie Heidenwith, was seriously sick Saturday, following an operation for removal of his tonsils. William Wetzel and Arthur Dreyer have cattle on exhibit at the Mason City fair this week sion will be ]5c plus a ticket ob- ;ained free with purchases. Farewell for Arthur Fandels— Sunday dinner guests at M. W. Faudel's were the George, William, Ralph, Arthur, and Herman Fandels, the Tom Kellys, the Alfred Semons, Mrs. Emma Hilbert and her family; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ilbert and the Arnold Elberts, Alona; and Father Edward Fandel, of Remsen. The occasion was the .lomecoming of Father Fandel, who will be here till this week Friday, and a farewell for the Arthur Fandels, who left that day for Truman, Minn., where Arthur is now employed in a jewelry shop. Four Boy Babies Born- There are four new boys in the community. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thill became parents Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Erickson have another boy, born Sunday, named El- day afternoon and evening at Interlaken and Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. James Geelan drove to Fort Dodge Friday evening to visit relatives and were accompanied here by Mrs. Geelan's mother, Mrs. P. J. Schilz. Mrs. Robert Bell, Algona, has been caring for her uncle, Ernest Saager, who is quite sick. Mrs. Saager was also in bed a couple of days with the flu. A Ryan family and a Mr. McManus, of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Brennon, Emmetsburg visited at M. W. Fandel's Sunday evening. A Reding family reunion was held Sunday evening at Mike Reding's, near Livermore, and the Nick Redings from here attended Mr. and Mrs. Christ Meyer, son Fred Sun- Walter, and Mr. and Mrs. Struecker drove to Garner „ day to visit the Martin Meyers The John Hellers, Sumner, spent Monday and part of Tuesday at Mrs. Margaret Heller's, and Richard Potratz's, Lotts Creek. Maxine Schumacher left Saturday morning for her home at Des Moines. She had spent six weeks at Nick Reding's. ft ft . Mapleton, Minn., and Mrs. Erwin Braatz, of u f _ „_ „. vuuuu .j ^ 4*t*UlViU X^l— -p. ._ —•• " •" -l-»i l*U,\,£i t \JL mer Julian. A boy was also born! Blue Earth,-spent Sunday at Rob*„ m_ __j »,__ T „ .. . _ ert Braatz's. Mrs. Louise Nissen went to Lu Verne last week Wednesday to visit to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kollasch Sunday, and has been named Joseph. Lastly a boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crawford the same day, named Jerry Le Roy. There are two other boys in the Crawford family. Merchants Lead in League— Wednesday evening the creamery defeated the North farmers The teams now stand: Won Merchant 8 reamery 7 V. Farmers 6 Lost 5 5 5 6 6 7-0. Pet. .740 .638 .546 .500 .454 .333 relatives. Mrs. Henry Kuecker was sick last week. Evangelistic Meetings Planned. Tltonk>a - Aug. 22-The Rev Mathes, Colorado Frank -•«un. maines, Colorado Sprints Colo., will hold evangelistic melt ings at the local Methodist church beginning Sunday, September 2 Mr. Mathes was pastor at Lakota. once Methodist A Atetu Rendezv Cllt - a cool, . o ' leisure. Free Parking No Cover Charge Free Music Dancing Privacy Comfort Draught or Bottle Service No Charge for Dancing, Radio Five Nights Orchestra On Saturdays is MUSIC orchestra, W ii], room on a Ilow , / wood floor. charge, of for dancing. ,,,,, l ° dancing " n'" 4 ,1", "° «Wr llna n ° cha rgo UERE YOU'LL F •*••*• soft lustrous lid, efficient service. If spent an evening tt ' t £* lla wt rendezvous you have C something. oon PLENTY OF 1 your care I, quarters south or u,o SUNDAY CHICKEN DINNER Full Courses 50c AL Open 8 p. till 12 p, , n , SAV 50% ON Mixed nails, per 100-lb. keg ei) Get a keg of these nails for your faTf repair wari Kohlhass & Spffles i New Shoes Arriving I I hate to go a bragging And speak my little piece But the wheel that does the squeaking Is the wheel that gets the grease. I am not only squeaking but I am hollering right out loud about the new shoes and oxfords that are arriving every day at Neville's Shoe Store. I never unpacked shoes that suit me as well as the ones that are coming in this fall. Fit, finish, style, and quality — they have it all. They have what you call "it." All sizes, all widths. We can fit any foot, and at prices less than last year. Neville Algona, la. E The Shoe Man Four to Lutheran Conference- Mr. Fisher, delegate from Fairville, accompanied John Meine delegate from here to a synodical Lutheran conference at Keystone Monday. The Rev. Mr. Discher and P. L. Jessen, Whittemore, also attended the conference. Attend Picnic at Buthven— The Louis and Werner Braatz families, and the Fred Johnsons. Ruthven, had a picnic at Ruthven Sunday, and Frieda Johnson came here to visit the Louis Braatzes. Pastor's Wife is Sick— 1 Discher is confined the flu ' and Heidenwith is now working there. Other Whittemore. Y. P. S. met Thursday even- ng in the Lutheran school hall and "500" was played at nine tables. Prizes were won by Vera Dau and Harold Voight, high, and daughter Opal, and Edna Belle Burbank, all of Algona. Monday Mrs. Claude Samson, Mrs. Samson'a sister-in-law, Mrs. Esther Willasson, Mrs. Donald Marlow, and tho latter's infant daughter Delilah, of Algona, were callers on Mrs. Burbank. Dorothy Mawdsley has been vis- ting the Paul Dreminels and the Mrs. Fred Schmeider was hostess to the Lutheran Aid last Thursday at the church. Mrs. Louise Nissen, Whittemore, has been visiting her sister, Mrs D. Voss. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillips left Saturday for Brighton to visit. The Lee Lichtys are having a few days outing at the Okobojia. Pictures Taken In Your Home When you want home pictures, call Peterson Studio Phone 34-W, an old reliable establishment, one that Guarantees Satisfaction Do not let JUST ANYONE enter your home and h™ die your children or other subjects Come " who have a home address, where you know get real advice, not ™° Peterson Studio No. Dodge Pi Sales Books and Office Supplies We are agents for one of }he largest salesbooks manufacturing concerns in the co^u- (._„ _„.! . 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