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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA " SALESMAN L.fJSy"'' 6 '?** 8 '- 1 '"'-* 1 . 6 I. ...«.t tfit tUt OK Instruction* No d« vtr!« »o ,pap»r. CLICKS CONFIRM ELEVEN AT LUTHERAN CHURCH, FENTON I/I FIND ff Dr. Salsbury'i POULTRY HEALTH SERVICE.STATION In DRUG STORE Fenton, June 8—The Rev. R. W. KabeliU confirmed a class of 11 at St. 'Johnson Lutheran church Sunday morning: Luella, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mueller; Isabel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Ohm; Kathryn, daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. Walter Ohm; Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mueller; Vidolia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Klatt; Maryalice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boyken; Raymond Elmers; Donald, son of Henry Uthof; Herbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krause; Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Seely; Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Peril. WidAels In Family Itniinlon— Mrs. August Widtlel, Waterloo, visited at Walter Widdel's and L. ,1. Weisbrod's last week. A Widdel family reunion was hold at. Clear Lake ^Sunday, and from here attending were the Walter Widdels, Vivian Voigt, the Alfred Meyers family, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wels- brod, Mrs. Herman Gade, her children, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Weis- biod, Billle and Bobbie Mitchell, the Walter Nielsens, Clifford j Haaso, and Alvira Laabs, all of Fenton; the Ernest Leudtkes, Mrs. Alvina Manning, Edwin Manning, Lotts Creek; the Albert PotraU family, Wh'ittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Veaux, Ida Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerick, Alta Vista; Mrs. Carrie Haase, daughter Pearl, sons Earl and Gail, Algona. JAMM II. KLAMl', Field Representative George Schumacher, of Irvington, the trucker, was not working last week Monday. He has been past the Foster furniture store, we met Charley Miller, of Montevideo, Minn. Charley is remembered by . . , " ,-.—»*».,».. .» j. * .tin, wucii H3 J la I C111CIHUC1UU V/J hauling gravel for farmers' drive-1 a lot of oldtlmers, for he was har- ways and yards,_gettlng the gravel nessmaker at Burt 40 years ago, with his shop in the building where Gus Meinzer now has a jewelry store. Charlie likes an easy chair as well as this writer, so we sat In the fine Foster chairs in the store and swapped stories of old times. Then Art Moore, another . ™ i , oldtimer at Burt, came along, and week Monday, he retn)n( j ed Charley of more old ihn ™ ,1 KIIH works on times One fjne mornlng sald Art hy and so a holiday 8 Decortttlon Charley had a cigar sticking out day, and so a holiday. of a vegt pocket and Art » hookcd " We called last week Tuesday on u - Later Art wcllt lnto the bank ' Walter Schmidt, who lives south of , whev . r , e the \* ie ,, E - J> Murtagh was Lone Rock, on the farm the Dono- Casl ? te1r> ,? n , d , al Lm on , ce "f , cl ? a .y. Waller | exploded! Mr. Miller had loaded it "Barney" Frankl's pit, south of the village. This is the pit where the C. & N. W. got its gravel 35 years ago, when the road bed was graveled. * * * * Wm. F. Gronbach, of Irvington, was mowing woods with an old last week at the Cotton home. The Ralph Householders, ed a picnic at Sr. home near PRESBYTERIAN Y, P, RALLY AT LAKOTA SUNDAY Lakota, June 8—Lakota's Presbyterian young people were hosts to the young people of the north half of the Port Dodge Presbytery at spring rally Sunday. One hundred twelve persons registered. Marcella Thavcs, Lalvot.i, hud charge of registration. The program was opened at 2:30 p. in. with worship service in charge of Warren Underwood, after which an address was given by the Rev. I Siinmons horn Dackens, of j at Henry Kue of Burt, Mrs. PAGE SEVEN Hulberts, Frank Ornie Behrends and Donald and Elddn Hulbert, attend- the Ornie Beehrends Algona Sunday. The Leo Sankeys, o£ Britt, and John Metzgers, and Raymond ilgona, were guests ik's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Barnhart, nil Rath and Charlene called Sunday afternoon at R. F. Hawcotts. The Ora Hulberts and William Knolls were Sunday evening visitors there. Robert Hanija accompanied Mervin Jentz, of JFenlon, to Fairmont Sunday eveni days fishing UPTURE {Hoffman, inventor, will hratc Absolutely Free of fthc "Lcvcrntor" on Htf, JDJffl 18, ALGONA fllgonn Hotel from 10 a. in. INVENTION , S. Patents rending) „ jely no body springs. No nd or understrap. A rad- rture from any known ,.er produced. You will ["comfort never known be- n efficiency in controlling j never achieved before. IT LIKK YOU WOULD IOUII HAND t any pressure anywhere on except where wanted. ... agree that this invention [greatest ever made in this I Itrusswearers are urged' to try this new instrument. I can not come personally, llor full particulars to fac- INot available anywhere else 111. S. A. Home office: The Jtor Company, 300 Nlcollet , Minneapolis Minh; f ;; ;: ; I' Former Fcntnu Youth Weils— Jerome, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hendricksou, Lindsay, Neb., and Amfilia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sirl Nelson, Ringsted, were married at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Ringsted, Friday. They were attended by Randal, brother of the bride, and Lucille Christensen. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, for 30 relatives. The couple will live at Rosenborg, Neb., where the bridegroom helps his father in a store. He is known by many Fenton people, for he lived here with his brother Dennis three years, leaving only last fall. Attending from Fenton were the Dennis Hendrick- sons and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Peterson.' nwY^ • i IIEPHONE ^UWrtcU* u « the telephone to odd ' pay forth. when l*ey know can reach you, Mrs. Bolte's Birthday Observed— 'Mr. and Mrs. George Bolte entertained Sunday evening in honor of Mrs. Bolte's birthday anniversary last week Thursday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Langerman, Swea City; ,Mr. and Mrs. William Boettcher and Mayhard Nemitz, Lotts Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gremmels, son James, the Arthur Bamseys, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Kuecker, Mrs, George Gremmels, William Langerman, and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Gremmels. The evening was spent at cards. _ Bible School Lasts Month— A daily vacation Bible school at St. John's Lutheran church, of Depew, is being conducted at the Center, schoolhouse, four miles west of Fenton, with Esther Solberg' as teacher,, ,The pupils are Phyllis King, Robert, Irene, Doris, and Harold Berkeland, Glen Flint, Dorothy and Beverly Cody, Elaine Mitchell, Vernon Finnestad, Eunice Berkeland, Sanford Mitchell, Eldon Mitchell, Anna Marie Mitchell, and Truman Bergeson. The school will be held four weeks, Dinner Honors Confirninnt— 'Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Kraus entertained relatives at dinner Sunday in honor of the son Herbert, confirmed that day. Guests were Mrs. Minnie Dreyer, son Frank, the Everett Dreyers, the R. G. Hengels, Gladys Tienmn, Lyle Newel, Mrs. Herman Luedtke Sr., Bertha Kressin, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Krause, Mrs. Herman Luedtke, her children, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Meyers, ,and Mrs. Ben Luedtke, all of Fenton, and the Alfred Schmidts, Lone Rock. • . , Party Honors Mrs. Peterson Mrs. Paul Eigler entertained Friday in honor of Mrs. Monford Peterson, nee Olivia Kressin. Bridge was played af two tables, Mrs. Walter Ohm winning high; Mrs. Ray Stoeber, .second. Other guests were Mesdames E. W. Ruske, Melvin Mansager, Clarence Theesfield, E. Dreyer, C. F. Wegener, all of Fenton, with Mrs. Albert Kressin, daughter Mathilda, and Mrs. John Kohlwes, all or Lotts Creek, _ Another Confirming Honored— Mr. a,nd Mrs. Ernest Mueller entertained at family dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter Luella, confirmed that day. Guests were the 'Peter Muellers, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nemitz, the Otto Borchardts, Henry Uthof, his children, and Paul Bierstedt, all of Fenton; the Ernest Welters, August Wolter, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vlgdahl, all of Lotts Creek. Mrs, Geronsin on Vacation- Mrs. C. H. Geronsin left Friday by train for Eldora to visit her sister, Mrs. Henrik Fauerby. She was also to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Willansen, CI^ u an4 expects to be away a month. Laurnetta Mortensen has charge of cooking at the Geronsin cafe dining 'Mrs. Geronsin's absence. vans owned many years, bought the eighty on buildings are located. "He told us there was a new boy at his house, born May 28, and they named him Raymond Lee. This is the second child. The other boy's name is Dclniar, and ho is two. Walter I will need more land when these fine boys grow up. * * * * We stopped last week Tuesday at Henry Schaumburg's, a mile south of Elmore. The farm, is owned by Mrs. Anna Schafer, of Cowrie. The south side of the house was being torn down for a new addition. Mrs. Swen Garwick, Elmore, Avas there, helping to move furniture. She remarked it would be a year in August since Mr. Garwick died. Mr. and Mrs. Schaumberg have three children: Pearl, age 11; Magdaline, 8; and Marvin, 5. * * * * At John J. Johnson's, a mile northeast of Ledyard, some of the woodwork upstairs in the home was • being sanded last week Wednesday. The house was remodeled last year, but some of the woodwork was not finished at that time. Mr. Johnjon and h'.s boys do fine Avork at such jobs. Two of the boys work with Leon Worden's carpenters. * * * * Orville Risk, who formerly lived six miles northwest of Elmore, bought a farm six miles northwest of Elmore, and noAv lives there. He has cleaned up the yard, and he said he had his corn all planted. The farm is 160 acres. Orville has 97 dandy spring pigs. The family likes the new neighborhood. There which the 1 * 1 " 1 one kernel of blasting powder. And Art says he can still smell the smoke from the explosion. So there were jokers in that now far-off day as well as in these times. 0. J. Anderson, southwest of more, Avas repairing pasture fence last Aveek Thursday. He remarked C. W. Pfeiffer, Algona. Group conferences at 4:10 discussed How Shall I Find IMy Job?, the Rev. Mr. The A. H. Krueger and to spend several and at the Mark Hanna family, Theo Elma, were dinner Rothwell, Plover, leading. The | ton in honor Youth Program in the Church was the subject of the Rev. Mr. Doms, Burt, and applying Christianity to friendships was dhciisseJ by the Rev. Mr. Fausnaligb, Estherville. At 5:45 the women of the local missionary society served a ban- iiuet in the Presbyterian dining room, which was cecorated in the Presbyterian colors, with blue and white streamers, lights, and flowers. Pearl Sinning, Lakola, was toastmistress, and as the banquet followed a Shakespearean theme confirmation. 'Mr. and M began house guests at Artlur Mueller's at Fen- of Dorothy Mueller's •s. Ralph ceeping in Weisbrod the Pearson apartmeilts the first of the week. Mr. Weisbrod is employed at the Flaig t lacksmith shop. The Henry Henry Weine ner guests home at Fentbn. The Ellis Nevada, the i Schroeders and the •s were Sunday din- at Hoy Chrischilles' Shalley family, of lilton Hulberts, Whittemore, Everett Richardsons, Algona, Ralph Htlbert and Arnie Beh- the diners wore colored masks, rends families were guests at Ora it was about all a fai;mer could do, Fern Lewis, La.kota, talked on As I Hulbert's Sm two boys and one girl in the family. * * * • The Rev. A. A. Depping and his family returned last week Tuesday from Wisconsin. They had an auto accident, but no one was hurt, though the car Avas somewhat damaged. They were away two weeks. * * * * Last week Wednesday we met Tilmar Thompson, of Elmore, who operates a chicken hatchery in a building on No. 169. He had a fire in a building, he formerly occupied. Tilmar has a fine business. We found him hustling to fill baby chick orders. The hatchery has seen turning chicks out at the rate of 60,0000 a wek. * * * * Paul Hertzke, five miles northeast of Lakota, OAVHS a 160-acre farm, also rents 160 acres across the road, owned by an insurance company. The company has a foundation, 32x40, ready for a new barn, and plans also to erect other outbuilding. for it had been raining too much to-cultivate corn. * * * * Henry Hartwell, northeast of Lone Rock, is always the same friendly Henry. 'He -was cultivating corn Friday morning Avhen Ave saw him. The western sky looked as if 'it might rain soon, and it did. We don't know why Henry was cultivating anyway, for the field' Avas 'free of weeds and he had a fine stand of corn. * * * * Henry Ewoldt, east of Lone Rock, had just come home from the creamery when we called Fri^ day. We had only a short visit Avith him, for he wanted to get busy at cultivating his corn while there Avas a chance betAveen shoAV- ers. * * * * Martin Asche, four miles south of Lakota, was cleaning out his brooder house. He says, it is necessary to clean them every day, sometimes twice a day, in such Avet Aveather as we have been having this year. * * * * Arthur Goche, 4% miles east of Bancroft, was doing some repair work on his brooder house. He had 30 acres he wanted to plant to corn, but the field has been too Avet. This was the first time since that such a thing You Like It, the Rev. Mr. Sinning gave an address, and a consecration service followed. The Lakota Endeavor held a League cup three years, but this time lost to Lu Verne by one point. Hulberts anc picnic at We; Women Hold Project A Ledyard township woman's r.us Sunday, Em 11 Jahr, Avith relatives and Mrs. Jah ,Mr. and Mrs. Russel, Ern<st, project meeting was held at Mrs. chinson, Rogbr Jensen, and Frank """ ' " "" ~ Droessleil, elf Bancrdfi returner 1 from a fishiilg trip at BoW Strinj he lived there had happened. * * * * Oscar Johnson, Who works for John Heetland's Friday, Mrs. Geo. Winter and Mrs. Rose Jensen assisting, and in spite c f a heavy rain all forenoon 30 women attended. The rhythm band, under direction of the leader, Mrs. O. H. Frerking, played and sang. Arliss Heetland .and Dorothy Schroeder played a piano duet. A busineos meeting followed, the chairman, Mrs. J. H. 'Holcomb, presiding. Mrs. Holcomb led a discussion on ways and means of canning. Each woman was asked to name what fruit or vegetable .she liked best to can and give her methods. The women plan an ice cream social for a general meeting at the Frank Lewis home on July 8, the proceeds to be used to send a delegate to the state Farm Bureau meeting at Ames next February. Miriam Heetland is Graduate— (Mrs. Jerry Heetland, her children, Ronald and Wanda, and Mrs. Charles Winter motored to Du- buqiie Friday for commencement exercises at Dubuque university day. Monday the Ora Shalleys enjoyed a it Bend. The Karl Iwoldts drove to Mar- taking home Mrs ho visited here an< at Burt. Mrs. Ewald • are sisters. Otto Jensen, whi and Esther Hut Lake in Minnesota Friday. •Mrs. I. Wl Nelson attended i shower for I Mrs. August Berna at Algona Wednesday. Mrs. Bernai was formerlir Dorothy Knudson and is a neice of Mrs. Nelson. You a Safe Driver? If you visit our office from June 13 to 18 inclusive, we will give you a chance to test your ability to control an automobile on a scientifically constructed machine built for that purpose. This test may be of great value to you in avoiding accidents. No doubt many of you will be surprised at what this machine (a Reactometer) will reveal about your driving ability. This test is made absolutely free and includes no obligation on your part. Remember the date, June 13 to 18. Kruse&Blossomlns.Agency PHONE 125 ALGONA We Are Proud To State That We Have Been Appointed Distributors For The Famous Line of ROPER GAS RANGES Made at Rockford, 111. The most beautiful and most efficient stove made. We Invite Your Inspection Titonka The Watson family, of Pittsburg, Penn., left for home Thursday af- kvith the former's sister a week ter, Mrs. W. parents, Mr. H. Hamstreet, and his and Mrs. Watson, at the.Hamstrtet home. Mr. and Mrs. Art Hench took the former's unile, Jake Hench, to his home at Mankota Sunday. He had visited here The Boyd, William Ley, was resetting a clothesline post when we arrived Saturday. The yard here is one of in which Mrs. Heetlarid's daughter Miriam was graduated from a two- year teachers' course. . Miriam came home with the party Satur- Saturday * * * * afternoon, walking the best kept in these parts, year Mr. Ley built a new and it has a cement floor. Oscar keeps it as clean as a kitchen I-ast | flay. Johnson Son is Confirmed Mrs. Elfreda Johnson and floor. A lot of new trees Save been planted on this place. Light ropes have been tied to them to hold them in place and make them grow straight. It will pay anyone interested in well kept farms to look this one over. Mr. Ley insti- fiably takes great pride in this farm. * * * * George Ennen, 1% miles south of Lakota, lives on Mrs. Minnie Heetland's farm, and he was in the garden Saturday, hoeing potatoes. It was pretty wet, but he said he had to keep the weeds down He told us of a new girl at his house, born May 28, Margaret. her There is Wilma, 4. another girl, Darlene They expected to be gone a week. Other Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cotton, Mrs. Charles Morris, 1 daughter Vera, all of Lone Rock, Mrs. Harley Shellito, Ames, and : the latter's* daughter Norma visited at W. J. Weisbrod's last week Thursday evening. Mrs. Weisbrod, Mrs. Don last week Monday to Thursday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anderson, Swea City. Mrs. Oliver Stoeber and her son Billle visited Mrs. Stoeber's parents, Mr. arid Mrs. John Berbrugie, Armstrong, last week. Mrs. John Timion, Janesville, daughter Dorothy, and son Delbert visited at Mrs. Timion's brother family went to .Swea .City Sunday to attend services at the Norwegian church in which one of Hi Johnson's sons (Harlan) was confirmed. He lives with the Bargers on a farm in Grant township. The two families had a picnic dinner at the church. Bible School is Closed— The daily vacation Bible school closed Friday. It is reported there were 105 enrolled, with an average daily attendance of 90. Five intermediates—Betty, Eva, and Edward Eggerth, John Moe, and Patricia Grabau — joined • the Methodist church Sunday morning. Students Home from College— Lyle Patterson and Robert Hamilton have returned from Upper Iowa university, Fayette, and will spend the summer with their respective parents. a week. Tieden family, Rake ; with Mrs. John visited Sunjlay Everetts. Mrs. Charles Ball,. Mrs. Waltei Witcomb, Mf. and Mrs. B. Benkert, and Mrs. W. H. Durst, Monroe Wis., came Tuesday for a feAV days visit at Dr R. C. Ball's. Patricia Ball returned with them. The Titotika ball team played Bancroft atf Bancroft Sunday los ing 5-0. Tftis Avas their first de feat. .Mr., and Mrs. Lester Came spent Sunday at Lost Island fish ing. M. S. Craven, George Sachau and Fred Newville were fishinj Saturday and Sunday at Splri Lake. Mr. and | Mrs. Henry Ailts anc daughter .v sited from Saturda; till Mohdaj ents in Wisconsin. Mrs. Mar ren, Algom her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pink. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tuttle returned Sinday alter a few days visit at Grand Rapids, Minn. Mary Les Nugent, Algona, visited from Thursday till Saturday Other Lnlcnta Samuel School and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith, Judd, with Mrs. Weisbrod, and the latter's daugh-1 George Bolte's Saturday and Sun- ters Marilyn 'and Anna Rae visited the Hugo Denkers, Lester, Friday and Saturday, and were accompanied here by Jean Denker. En route home the party called on Mrs. Kate Newel, Hartley. *L15 *»w ii «•» — — „ Mrs. Ole Berkeland, Mr. Mrs. Ben Mitchell, and Mr. W. told fer Velva Rowe, Clear Lake, daughter Janette and and her Shirley, Attend City Party- Mr. and Mrs. George Bolte, Mrs. George and Mrs. and and Mrs' John Micklick spent from last week Monday to Thursday at Mrs. Mitchell's brother B. Berkelands, Duluth. The Bertel Berkelands were also guests at B. Berkeland s Saturday to this week Wednesday, and Mrs. Otto Berkeland accompanied the Bertel Berkelands here for a visit, also to attend the silver wedding of her brother, Herman Madson, and his wife at Mrs V. C. Weisbrod and Henry Relmers, accompanied by William Reimers, Whlttemore, and Charles Schemmel, of Swea went to Osakis, Minn., Friday for a visit till Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bruer, the latter a sister of Mrs, Weisbrod, Henry, and William. Mrs. Morris Mitchell children went to Thor Friday to visit Mr. and Mrs. John Micklick. Mrs. Mitchell, the children, and Mr and Mrs. Micklick .visited Mr! Mitchell at ft veterans' hos, pital at Kn 9 xville Saturday. Mr. Mitchell's health .is much ,iro- „,,.»»» Mrs.: Robert Votteler, Mrs. Clara Wehrspann, and MIS. Ola Norland took Ruoy^ HanteU man back to Des Moines Sunday to attend COOC, after a week with BVLCUi* ,>-.„ T.T_*J« Uantnlmfm. her mother. Mrs Mrs. City and her The group , vWttSdttU Sunday >vitb r Votteler's niece, Mrs. Henry and Hwry Peter Hayenga, daughter Shii- of Fred Langerman.^ returned Saturday. ' George Wear- Mae, and Mrs. Aaron Taylor, latter of Burt, dr.ove to Coimwl Bluffs Thursday tor a short visit with a Taylor son who attends schoxjl there. They also visited at Omaha and Des Moines. (Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson and Mrs. James Gilbert returned to their homes at DeadwoQjd,, S, U. Sunday, after a week at Erbes. S Robert Votteler's,M.rB. KM* -Mr*- day. The Visitors brought home them. Ivadel Bolte, who had spent two Lawrence Aveeks at Janesville and Waterloo. The Charles Ballingers, Mrs. Minnie Stark, and Edith Laage, all of Des Moines, spent Sunday at C. F. C. Laage's. Mr. and Mrs. Albin Nelson entertained at dinner the F. L. Place family, Emmetsburg, the Jos. Neumans, Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Pertl entertained at family dinner Sunday in honor of the daughter Helen's confirmation. , The Walter Perils, of Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dau, and the Walter Biqrstedts were guests. The Arthur Kueckers, Cowrie, pent Saturday and Sunday at the parental Mrs. Marie Miller's and JYed $uecker's, and Evelyn Cuecker accompanied the visitors o Cowrie for a week's visit. Helen Kern visited from Tuesday last week till Sunday at the Dean Nellis home, Henwick. Sunday the Nellises brought Helen home and left theip daughter Rosenary for a visit here, Raymond and Florence Kresen- gky, Algona, visited the W. P, Weisbrods Monday. They brought home Ruth Weisbrod, who had visited her grandmother, Mrs. J. . Kresensky.. ••' _ : Mr and Mrs- William Voigt drove to Cedar Falls one day 4ast week to take down their daughter Mercedes for .s.ummer school at tne State Teachers college ited Saturday and Sundayat at L, A, Bowman's. Mrs. Baumann and Mrs. Fisher formerly taught school' together. ;;• -.- . , Mrs. F. H. Bonn and her daughter Mary Ann S?8»t the weefceaa with Mrs. Bohn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick XJoeders, near Cyljnder. Mrs. Amps Finnesiad and Mrs. E. C. Fauerby-were hostesses to the Lutheran Aid at the church last' week Wednesday. > ' Arlo Raaney and Ben and He* roan Leudtke left Saturday to, fish in northern Minnesota spent Sunday at Nick Koppen's Sr. 'who has been a guest of the visitors three weeks, came home with Wolcott, of Mankato, formerly Lakota, has gone to Denver to visit relatives two weeks. He was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. William Ufford, Aredale, Mrs. Ufford being his sister. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ross, of Crocker, Mo., and Mrs. Frank Gilchrist, Emmetsburg, were visitors at Walter 'Rosenau's last week. The women are sisters. Guests of Doctor and-Mrs. Geilenfeldt last week were Mrs. Geilenfeldt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gordon, and the Gordon daughter, Mrs. Ray Harris, all of Manhattan, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Eggerth, of Renwlck, and a daughter spent Friday and Saturday at Ernest's brother Charles Eggerth's. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Kuyper, of West Bend, were callers at Samuel Warburton's Sunday. The Earl Grabaus visited relatives at Lime Springs and Bonair early last week, Lone Rock and Lyle Bassett ' Ernest left gaturd^y .for Chicago with realtlve», fpr § iotr* help, wake, known throws^ this secttojpt ol tfe Mrs. August Nelson and Betty of Ringsted, called at Emil Krafts Monday afternoon. ;Mrs. William, .Billsborough, Al sona, spent from Thursday til Sunday at M. 0. Richard's. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jensen, Ring sted, called'at Will' Christeuson'j Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs; Arend Neiland at tended the Sleper family reunion at Buffalo Center Sunday. Mrs. A. P- Newbrough, Grace Mrs. Lawrence Newbrougb, Fred erlck, spent Saturday at John New brough's at Humboldt to see * new daughter, Janet Lucille, born June 2.- The O. H. Dpetly family, of Trip oil, spe^t the week-end' at t;h Thomseft home with Mrs. Smit and'children remaining for'a vlsi Mr. and Mrs, Chester Alme an Shirley left-last week Tuesday t visit the former's father, Eric A me, at McHenry, S. D. (Mr. and Mrs. N. L, Cotton too yrley Shelljto a%d ^aijghter to Fort 'Dodge Swaday alto be wet by Mr. Shellito. and rjjurfteij to. 4Jn.es a|Jer fte ith Jean Mr. and ons spen oil. Mr. and oyed a v 'uesday fi French. Mrs. C. A. Hoon and Sunday at Lake Ok- Mrs. W. J. Denton en- sit from Saturday Mrs. Joe Evelyn dams, of Moline, 111. Hansen was a Sunday isitor witi her.Barents, the Julius lansens, Wesley. citis open •Mr. and M. & D. c Broesder birthday, and home were the To Our Bottled Gas Users We are now better equipped to serve you, and at a lower price, with the same quality fuel as in the past. This is due to ownership of containers by us - which means a saving for you, now and in the future with the latter's pare Amesbury and child- visited Sunday with John Phone 520-W at Algona for Prompt Service and your next tank of gas as usual. B JUST ROM'S FURNITURE— HOME APPLIANCES BOTTLED GAS om the former's sister, Leroy B Iranian, who has been eriously ill following an append- tion at the Kossuth hos- ital, Algcna, is reported improv- ng. Mrs. Wm. Boyken re- urned Tuesday after attending a bankers' convention at DesMoines. Four Corners The meeting of the'Four Corners ub scheduled for Thursday has teen postponed till next week Tim-sday. Mrs. Edward Rich will be hcstess. Relatives surprised Mrs, Sunday In honor of her Guest furnished dinner made ice cream. Present Arch Walkers, John Sabins, Orville Holdren, Cecil Bjustrom and, Edward Rich families, Mrs, Editli Rich, son Earl, and Mr, and Mrs. Phil Baker, Algona, and Dorothy and Doris Jennings, of Whittemoi'e. Mrs. Rsy Gruen, Charles City, spent twc weeks here with her parents, the Everett Witbams. Mr. Green went on to California and now. has d job in a cafe. Mrs. Green after visiting with local relaiivr es went < n to join hini. The Otio JJarfens, Mr. and Mrs. Etna Mitchell, the Nqbje Mitchells and the Kenneth GeUeufelt, the Edmond Arsons, -r Quentvn Bjus-i troms, Arle Dltmers, • (Cliff Bjus- troms, aid Tubby Larson spent Sunday-'at^o'st Island fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Bpber| Walker also spent f s'hing. Get pur prices before you sell your wbql, We are paying fop market prices GREENBERG TOWS HIGH YIELDS J GOOD QUALITY __ | - .. .., . ....:•. I OUNG corn plants on hiyh-lim. «r "alkali" •oils often have yellow-streaked leaves with brown, scorched edges, This means they are not gertingenough potash. There is still time to "doctor" the crop, You can apply muriate of potash as a side.dressing M late M the second or third cultivation and obtain very prof: itable increases in yield. For best results, however, it should be applied as early as ppssible. ,. . If you did not use enough potash in your fertiliser at planting time, side-dress with 100-200 Ibs. of muriate of potash per acre. The best machine for the purpose is a fortiliw attachment on a corn cultivator, but »ny distributor which will place the potash in the moist soil near the root* on /9rtili,ing cor* an4 further informa e *** v ••**•"»*' •**•*"'• llflii eiMJ^f IHVWTKSHT MlDWfS* Off!

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