Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1938 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA BUSINESS DIRECTORY LAWYEES W. B. Quarton H. W. Millet QUABTON & MttlEB Law Offices. Phones: Office 427, residence 814 Algona, Iowa. J. L. BONAtt Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 460-W, Algona, Iow» 8ULLT7AN, McMAHOff & LDWAJ J. W. Sullivan S. E. McMahot L. E. Linnan Attorneys-at-Law Office In new County Mutual BldR Phone: Office, 261. Algona, Iowa HABRINGTON & LOWE Attorneys-at-Law R. J. Harrington J. D. Low . Phone 287 R. J. H. 440 E. J. TA5 NESS, G. W. STILL3L4JI Lawyers Office in new Heise Block. Phone 213 Algona, low* Q. D. Shumway Former Algonians to Observe Golden Wedding J, L, SEVERS WERE MARRIED 50 YEARS AGO trvington, Aug. 2—Mrs. Vorn Barker leaves this week Wednes- Good Hope Threshing Is Delayed by Heavy Rain Good Hope, Aug. 2—-Heavy rains | in no improvement. Friday and Saturday made a mess of threshing. Many outfits were caught in the midst of jobs, with full standing loads of oats un- threshed. Low spots in many Five to Bible Conference— Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne, the Rev. and Mrs. Allen H. Wood, and Martha Madson were at the Bible Conference at the Methodist camp |L»«lUO«lt.U. J_JV/ »» f3J/Vl0 Ili 1LIM11,J " --— day evening by train for Kenny. rle , ds were fu]1 of wate) . , n the at the Okobojis last Friday. The III., to visit her parents, Mr. and ' „,,,„, „, „.,,,„,, , „,, p , morning program was of special Mrs J L Sever and numerous I * 'interest to the Bournes, because It MIS. J. L,. be%ei, and nuneious stood . i n some field west of Good included an address by the Rev nl'Ot nPl* T-Tr-lt\o 111!,! rl.l nt* • /^F nn * n lltnt.n i*i.-««f ! ^ ... ».. I . * r~l. T-k m •" --— --^.. u .ui»i.. juji-iu uuniues LTI UULS were swupi Mr. Charles, Detroit, and his wife will into fences. Shocks have had to [the Methodist church. South, be there. Charles is remembered be spread out and loads unloaded, whose services they attended while by many Algonians, for he and his , !u ,. 01 ' d , er \° f 8 .^ \ hem ,^ e nough to | they were in the Southwest. r , ..,,.,, , thresh. If it doesn't ram before l first wife lived there several years, ' lloou todav (Tuesday) several runs ! Youth's Appendix Removed— and he operated an oil truck. The are expected to start in the after-1 Alden Reid was stricken with an first Mrs. Severs died at Algona, noon. Much of the oats is down j acute attack of appendicitis last following birth of a son Roland, to ° much to cut with a binder but!week Wednesday at the Kossuth who later lived for a time with the which it was hoped might be saved i hospital and was operated on that Barkers. Mr. Barker and the with combine or mower, sprouted afternoon. He is making rapid re- ixuiuie.v ^u.^utti is 10 join mi's. i'«oi.u»c. wats iwve ueen «.u ex- Barker and attend the golden wed- ceedingly unsatisfactory crop fqr ding of the elder Mr. and Mrs. many farmers in this region this Sever, who also are former Algona year. In many cases the crop will not even return a useable people. Phone 58 & KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Hutchison Building. Algona, low* L. A. WINKEL County Attorney. Attorney-at-Law Hutchison Building. Phone 180 Phone 206 HIRAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Hutchison Building. daughter Rosetta will drive to alld will be a total loss, except for covery, and it is expected that he Kenney August 18 to join Mrs. Pasture. Oats have been an ex- will be brought home this Wednesday. Other Good Hope. Only seven more Sundays remain in the church year of the Northwest Iowa Methodist Conference. Let us of Good Hope church finish up the remaining weeks as enthusiastically and creditably as possible. H. Wood and Martha Madson" Were Reunion for Illinois Visitor— quality of seed for next year. A reunion honoring Mrs. Mary Morrises, of Long Island, Leave— Peters, Lanark, 111., who has been Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Morris, North- visiting her brother, William Deib- port, Long Island, N. Y., and their ••TTV ! lel> east °' Algona ' for six weeks,'daughter Winifred have been — , „ „. —^unv.., »_. wi.-v it ^i^tvo, «j(t u t,n LCI i* inn. (tu n a \e ueen possible was held at the Deiibler farm Sun-'guests ten days of C. L. Dittmer j The Rev and Mr* Allpn day, and attending were the Roy and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dittmer. 1 — - - - Defblers, Titonka; Warren Deib-,They leave this week Wednesday lor. Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Fred for Ames for a few days visit with Algona, Io--»» P. A. DANSON Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 460-J; Res. 315 A. HUTCHISON (deceased) 1>05ALD C. HUTCHISON .... .._. _„„, THEODORE C. HUTCHISOB Des Moines school. Attorneyo-at-Law Security State Bank Bldg. Phone 251 Algona, Phone 325 MAURICE C. McMAHOS Attorney-at-Law Office in Heise .Bldg.. Algona, Iowa DOCTORS JOHN N. KENEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326 C. H. CBETZ3TEYER, M. D. Surgeon and Physician Office John Galbralth Block Phones 444-310 iUgona Iowa MELYLN G. BOUBNE Physician and Surgeon Phones: Office, 197; residence. 194 DENTISTS ~ DE. H. M. OLSON Dentist Office in New Call Theatre Bldg. Phones: Business, 166; Res., 788 Algona, Iowa 6BO. D. WALEATH, D. D. S. General Dentistry es t0 nde ' Schenck' and Joe"w'itchen","of Ch'i- Former Resident Heard From— cago Loraine Thomas, who recently R U >-" •>"" o«mu oum-ueaer, joan | jj r moved, with her family, to Hanlon- and Madeline Miller, and Harold Deen town, writes that they are settled ° c hlei, Fenton, took Mrs. George nani M«JI^ ii 44tn LiciFtiiiJfa HITlTlfl^ Ixni'n ClrtT'iiio'o \f A \ *•«' • together there were too few chano- Schenck Minnp n nnH« *'»* T St The Ken "eth Mays, Emmetsburg, es to ride ' Iche'nck' a^l 5oe P WUchen? d of ChU j£|? SSSf Mr *" dT- ° f l" c" Phone 20 Algona, Iowa KAEI B. HOFFMAN Dentist Office in New Heise Bldg. Phones: Office 44, res. 116. DB. C. D. SCHAAF Dentist Algona, Iowa Hutchison Building. Phones: Bus. 133, res. 174. VETERINARIANS L. W. FOX J. B. WINKKL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona Phones: Office, 475-W; Res., 476-R INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL CTSUBANCE ASSOCIATION 119,600,000 worth of insurance In foifce. A home company. Safe, se- •nre. D. D. Paxson, Secretary I<OANS AND INSURANCE MUfiTAGH & SON Farm Loans Insurance and Bonds Hutchison Building. Phone 105 Beal Estate Tour Money's Worth in BEAL ESTATE, BEAL ESTATE LOANS, AND INSURANCE JOEL M. HEBBST Office OTer la. State Bk. Phone 93 Algona, Iowa» guests Monday morning of the ^wenrnear-Algonar'Vhe^igler^Uhrc^nc^'a^ Phoebe " Mo"- Bun^foTY^e^,, T'" 65 '' ,° f Corwith Mr. Zeigler's mother, a'gans, following which they will go a,"d ' New England maSu^r cousin of Mr. Deibler: the Charles to Dayton for a brief stay with Air Win ^nglana maple-sugai Egels, Irvington; Mr. and Mrs. Morris's family before returning to I Mr ' and Mrs R F W™.™,t •harles Deibler and Harry Deib- Northport. Mr. Morgan and Miss were'dh"ne, guests'of Lul^ Haw ler who l,ve with the William Morgan are uncle and aunt respec- cott and Seltaa Clifton^ 1^ £ t Deibera. Mis. Peters left for home lively of Mrs. Morris. Miss Mor-I Sunday Monday morning. pan. well known in the Good Hope j Mr,.' Paulina Hlntz. Algona is .Mrs. Vlancharil Has Operation- 'S?^^' 1 ,, 6U " er f d a severe,at Edw. Hackbarth's this week to Mrs. Edward Blanchard entered Slchins* at* S^eldon^n^otheJ'ers 1 ' h6 '' daushter C0ok for thresh - morninVfor^n aEpenaectom°."sne %™?% n , and ' B atlllfln .^stressing | ' Hazel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. had a major operation a few years M"* r ,Lp JT"^ 7 P uW 16 " Jenki " 6on is '"test victim in ago. and lately she had not been in a> ° chnic at Roch ester resulted,the community of whooping-cough, the best of health again. Mr. and ~ ~ . Mrs. Howard Blanchard, of Des Moines, are helping out at the farm while she is away. They have spent the summer at the Blanchard farm, but will leave for home in a few weeks. Howard teaches in a Surprise for T>vo Birthdays— A surprise party was given last week Thursday evening for Mrs. Simon Leigh and her duaghter Pearle, both of whom were ce'e- FOLKS AT BURT TAKE PART IN THREE PICNICS Mrs. Morris's father, C. L. Dittmer, and other relatives. The Methodist Aid meets at the church this week Wednesday afternoon, with Airs. J. G. Sewic'k, Mrs. Lillian Sheldon, and Mrs. Lillian Sigler as hostesses. W. T. Trainer left Saturday to spend a few days at his son H. W. Trainer's, Davenport. The Trainers moved to Davenport recently from Algona. Mrs. Clara Olson went to Clarion M n ,. Bu]s " Mrs - Branch is — ..„„„. „»;.„ ^c'c- , Burt, Aug. 2—Mr. and Mrs. J. G \r brating birthdays. In attendance Thaves, son Bobbie, Mr. and Mrs o j were Mr. and Mrs. Grant Sample Edw. Thaves, all of Burt with n 11 t° meet hel —•' and the Frank Skillings, Algona; Mrs. Louise Schmidt and ' Emma ^V ad , s , pent St=ven weeks Evelyn, Helen, and Ralph Kramer, and Louise Thaves, Lakota rnet'oY n-1 a ' e ' n Evanson ' Mildred, Lucile, Evelyn, ami Mar- Dr. and Mrs. E. L Wurtzer and i ^P j\, vel Dole. Mrs. U. B. Frankl, son the Wurtzer daughter Mrs Helen' a ? d J S ' Ralph Braucn . Chi- Gerald, Willis Etherington, and the .Wurtzer-Decker, all of Clear Lake 1° — ~ - - Sunday and Monday Richard Leighs. Ice cream and with the latter's two children " cake were served. ... • Former Youth Here Hitchhikes Wendell, eldest son of Mr. and ^hbor's^nt LZo/f "* r ° rmel 'i wh ere they are visuinF-Mr. Trunk- Mrs. Roy Blythe,_pubuque. arrived Mrs Maudp „„„„„• snn Pho ,. 1oc . hill's brother. •I 'Mr. and Mrs. G. 0. Anderson, daughter Doris, Hugh McDonald, ainnei and viola Smith spent Sunday at i^aKe, interlaken. were | ;Mrs L D Hodgson, daughters . H ,,^°t C Esthe r and Ruth, and Mrs. A. H. th W T Meinzer were Fort Dodge visitors the heavy sho'wer. He and a friend from Chicago had been hitchhiking for a week, and they were within a few miles of the Wyoming line, but could find no work there, so started 'back, but had to part iJ 6a ,.] j company, because when traveling Hinnns tntrofli/i*, iVimirt i.m.. A *«— a _1. ±tlllll<Cia ( and ne Schenck", ' Mvrt Yo''k Nm-, J. Kuchenreuther has week. Bertha her. EX-WHITTEMORE GIRL IS BRIDE OF MINNESOTAN I Whlttemore, Aug. 2 — Mr. and I Mrs. Louis Braatz, with the daughter Ruth, got home Friday from n week with relatives in Minnesota. They visited the Herbert Braatzes at Mapleton, the Merlyn Stauffers, Minnesota Lake, and the Henry Krombergs, Wells. The daughter Dorothy and son Bobby Braatz remained for two or three weeks longer, and Esther Braatz came here for employment at Leo Kollasch's. While at Mapleton all the Braatz families attended the wedding of Edna Braatz, niece of Louis, who was married la'st week Tuesday at St. John's Lutheran church there to a Mr. Putz, who is foreman of a canning plant at Fairmont. Mrs. Putz formerly lived here. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hei- i denwith and Mrs. Werner Braatz, , Whittemore, also attended the wedding. Odtiiners Make Culls Here— I Mrs. G. W. Brunner, with her 'son Milford, and wife, and little daughter, all of Glendale, Calif., called on old friends here Satur! day. They were on their way home .from New York City, where they had spent a month with relatives. ,The Brunners traveled by train to New York, but are driving back in .a new car. Milford is science i teacher in a Glendale high school. I The elder Mrs. Brunner is a for- .mer resident here. Her husband, .once jeweler here, is now dead. Catholic Sisters Visit Here— | Sister Mary Thomosene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Oliver, l Sister Mary Geraldine, daughter of >Ir. and Mrs. Martin Duffy Sr., and Sister Mary Modesta, daughter of iMrs. Lena Elbert, all of the Presentation Order of Mt. Loretta, of Dubuque, spent part of last week with their respective parents here, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oliver took them to Fort Dodge Sunday for return to Dubuque. Broken Lei,' Patient Here- Mrs. Ernest Sager was brought home last week Tuesday from tlie Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where she had spent two months, recovering from a broken leg. She must still remain abed for some time, and she is at her brother Emil Schmeling's. None Hurt in Car Crash— 'As Mrs. Harry Elmore was driving into the Claude Pugsley farm yard Monday morning another car struck her's, shaking the Elmores up a bit, but no one received serious cuts or bruises. Severe Case Blood-Poisoning— George Wichtendahl was taken to Rochester Friday for treatment of blood-poisoning caused by a small scratch on one of his arms. Other Whlttemore. -Mr. and iMrs. Jos. Oliver, Villisca, were guests part of last week of the former's parents, Mr and Mrs. W. T. Oliver, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Saunders, Britt, visited the Olivers last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Triplett, Postmnst or and Mrs. J. S. Cullen. They were to stop at Stephen Cole's, Cednr Falls, on tho way back. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell, Blue Earth, S)ent Sunday at the Dled- rlch Carles home here, and took home Betty and Clarice Bell, who had spent two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Coides. 'Mrs. Oscar Schattschneider has returned port, aft geman's, and Mrs •Mrs. F to her home at Daven- r a week at Frank J. Bal- Frank Schattschneider'fl, August Schattschneider's. ank Demer got home last week Thursday from a few days of touring in Illinois and Wisconsin with a lephew, Lucian Weber, of Manitoba, and Ms wife. I Mrs. Barnes Neary and Mollie iMulrone , Emmetsburg, visited the J. S. Cullens Sunday. The J. B. Geelans home at Jim ml ing this were at the P. J. Schilz Fort Dodge. 3 Dniley, Algona, is spend- week at tho Herman Kol- town, writes that they are settled Sch 'ei, Fenton, took Mrs. George Daniels tesbeeTitavinl with 6 , and like their new location. Lor- Schroeder and daughter Davnye , The H A Thompsons and VM aine, who is a musician, already fackto Ames Sunday They picked Petersons were Cay dfiinS has plenty to do, for the school pi- H» GTeol ;g e there . and all went to gue6ts at Mrs Gertie nnist hne mnvprt nwnv nnri cba Vi^c *"G L/eciges at Boone for a nicnin. i M. _~j «**• *__ ^ . . . Des Moines, were guests of Aillauds early in the week. "«*3 i^»--iii,j LU LIU, j-vji me ouiiuui IJ1™ ri _, _ _ ' "• .1 wn *. »,j liUctaLS at All*** IrPl'ilo 'FnnTnnemi'c anist has moved away, and she has Trhe , L f. cIgesAira ' 1 Boone for a Plcnlc., fc Neva and ShiHey SenicHetmn been elected to play for the Glee Maybeline Miller remained for a ed Sunday from two months wirt club, the P. T. A., and possibly the vlsit wlth relatives at Boone. relatives » t L e MaT s aTid Ireton and the tended, Mr. <Lnd Mrs. Wm. J. Martinek, church. Killed in Bathtuh Fall— Edward Schultz, 21, Lakefield, , Minn., friend of the Henry Schepp- dau e« te r mans, was instantly killed July 7, Mrs. Smith Kntertains Relatives— . William Harsh got home Satur- rs. annul r^niertains Kelatlves .••"»«.»" .naii.ii sui jiome aaiur- Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Thomas, New ;day frora a visit witn sons at Lo "g --•'- r<iL.. T__ ,- —. . i Beach and Riverside, Calif.,,, I Dr. and Mrs. B. K. Bahnson York City,"Jos. Kerr,""'wa7erioo,' Beach and , Mr. and Mrs. W. pf n . ' Kerr. Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. ™°* d =ui day from i a week's va- G - Dol "'te. Swea Cit and te ca "°» »'e Black Hills. J " Hammerstroms visited br ° thei< at when he slipped in a bathtub and .„ G - D °urte, Swea City, and the suffered a broken neck. It is be- Martin Larsens had Sunday dinner lieved that his head and neck must wilh Mr - and Mr s. C. C. Smith at have struck violently on the edge the Marvin hotel, and afterwards „ . .- ~-~—-• of the tub visited at the Smith home. Most of ™ r - and Mrs. Henry Cettman at- of Mrs. t e " d f d th< ; f " neral of a restive at 'Rhoda and Ollie Reese, of Des Moines, visited Dr. and Mrs. H. C Aiillaud's Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver, with' the daughter Sister ""• •["'" •">=• inu. j. iwamneit, Mary Thomosine, and Mrs. Ray W. with tl j e daughter Aline, fished at Oliver spent Friday at the s'aun- |Lost Island Sunday and had good der s home. iluck. Mrs. Cecelia Elbert, sons Ser-l Heavy rain Friday and Saturday enus and Willis, daughter Mary (delayed threshing in this commun- EHzabeth, R. N., and Augusta ity. Priester drove to Fort Dodge last| The Merrill Austins and Mrs week Thursday, and Mary Eliza- Rosa Andrews, Salt Lake City Detn remained to resume nursing'rived « *•— j --- --•-•• - - ' the group are relatives Smith. The Jos. Cullens have returned iAndrev to their home at Minon.'c, 111., after the we a week with Mr. Culhn's parents,'ins A Second Son for Watsons— Announcement has been received „. of the birth July 2C of a son, Jus- -' l "tncs»rans Usitors Here— °"— »*aou.. ^ Ly , _ .... '.in Ray, to Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Henry Anderson, Lake Wilson, , w - T - Kennedy's. Watson, Harlan. The Watsons Mi »»-. and his daughters Margaret, ! 'Myrtle Olson, Algona, spent the , fahell Rock Monday. Dale Kennedy and a Miss Jacobson, Mason City, spent Sunday at Watson, have one other child, also a son The Watsons Ml »»-. «nd his daughters Margaret, ! ™yrtle Olson, Algona, spent the also a son E 'sie, Florence, and Laura spent week-end with her cousin, Myrtle Sunday at Lulu Hawcott's, and f -''ierland. Three to Fonr-H Camp— Mrs. Anderson, who had spent a ! The Edwin Aliens, of Swea City, Esther Scheppman, Patricia Ma- week here, went home with them. s P ent Sunday at the'G. C, Allen tern, and Dorothy King were Mrs. Anderson and Lulu are cous- "°me. among 4-H girls who spent a few ins. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott' Elm a Boettcher, Fenton, spent days last week at Clear Lake. were also Sunday dinner guests of the week-end at D. L. McDonald's. _., — Miss Hawcott. Other Irvington. Mardell and Gordon, children of Bror » k es Home from East Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Nelson, Fort Mr> and Mrs. B. W. Brooke got Lotts Creek .ur. aim ivirs. t;. w. iNeison, rort """ "*»=• "• »• uiuutte KOI Dodge, are spending the week at home Saturday from a two weeks I Ralph Inge's, while Mrs. Alice aDS ence, during which they visited! 'The Rev. and Mrs. Fiene drove Duryea, who lives with the Lages, M . r - Bl '°oke's brother at Boston. A to Sheboygan, Wis., Sunday to is vacationing with the elder Nel- sister whose home is in England visit Mrs. Fiene's brother and oth- sons. Mrs. Nelson is a daughter was also there. Mr. and Mrs. er relatives. of Mrs. Duryea See D. D. PAXSON For Town Dwelling, Household Goode, and Automobile Insurance 3>o not neglect your policy for often loss occurs when insurance lapses. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADTANCB Weekly Newspaper Founded in 1901. Entered as Second - Class Matter December 31, 1908, at the PoetofUce at Algona, Iowa, Under the Act of March 2, 1879. BLANK NOTES 25—In Pad—25c AlSO—' Chattel Mtg. Notes A«*-ra»ce Fab, Co. fW»»tf »M*»»tf f»»»»f f' iurs. uuryea. Brooke also visited Washington, D. | Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, of The Ray Sankeys moved from L -- th . eu went to New York to see Whittemore, were Sunday visitors Irvington Sunday to the farm the sister on board ship for home. at Herbert Potratz's. Mr. and Mrs. south of the Van Ness oil station, \4 tm * insurant Men's Ram.m.t Herman Gade, daughter Mata, Mr. owned by Frank Fisher, of Gil- insurance Jiens itanqnet— *• • -- -—- " more City. The land is being farm- .„ J \ a " d1 *!''?' F d i W- ^ haves at " ed by Walter Barr, and Mr. San- EJJ ^ Stry^c^b ^ch.b- Mrs. 'William Meyer, and the Meyer son Alvin, all of Whittemore, were also Lotts Creek visi- Alva Spurgeon, who left Bonnew L!fe men were gu&ste ' &' "*;',- S0me £™ a f?.,.'°. r Rlchmanns Away for Yaeation- lowa, is now in South Dakota, The Rev. and "Mrs". L he is employed at threshing, with the he will come to Algona and Shirley, left Sunday for vicinity to visit relatives. Minn., for two weeks with Ine Rev. Mr. English preached Richmann's mother Sunday on A Patched-Up Religion. e Jhe_ text was taken from Matthew,' Other Burt News, Dodge, were at M. P. Meyer's. Mrs. Herman Gade, daugnters Phyllis and Marian, and son Larry . _. „„„, were last week Thursday dinner Margaret and guests at Hugo Faulstich's. aton.l Richard Ditsworth, of Algona, Mrs. has been spending a few days at [Arthur Jackman's. Wdlma Bell, of I West Bend, has been at Aurust Pijahn's. Is at Jack ,»» j »» ^. — ° —~«w i.*icn giuiJuuiiuKULei oniriev rioi*i- »r ^ T»«- /-. i j -.irt^i j, Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Brand- ing, accompanied Mr and Mrs w ' Mr> and Mrs " Gerh ard Wittkopf, hoj and Mrs. Mary Fuller, all of H. Klamp Algona to Webstei C^ Algona ' were Sunday gue6ts of Mr ' Bradgate, were Sunday dinner Sunday ^uA^t'^£^tR^ lmAMn - A1 ^ liltJmtau>9t guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Iliff's. The A C Wickwires Des' A Radlg reunion was held Sun- r* -n 1 ' w v, > v, Moines ' w "o wei-e alsoThe.e tool day at Interlaken, and attending Camilla Frankl has been visiting Shirley home with them and were were Mr? aad Mrs " Leland Hantel- her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. thence to take her to her home at man ' Fent °n- daughter Joan; the Patrick Mulligan, Bancroft, for the Pontiac, 111. She had spent a cou- Harold Gross famil y- Lone Rock : lost tWO weeks. n i. „* ,,_„!,. v"-- J a COU the William Fiifirftto,i a n= n,» Alav , the William Fuer&tenaus, the Alex last two weeks. pie of weeks here , Mrs. Bercie Davis, Batavia, came lone Moyer, Mrs Jack* Osboriu- !Radi es, Mrs. Emil Laa'bs, of Lotts Monday for a few weeks with her Mary Ann Smith, and Ruth Thomn- Creefc : and Mr. and Mrs. Fred parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Col- son went to Cook's at Algona Mon-, Tneis - Bancroft. We »V' A* r> i * i 4. day evening for a chicken dinner.' Mr. and Mrs. Reanhold Zumach, Mrs. Mary Dole spent last week Long Islanders Guests Here— ,Watertown, Wis., were Sunday at John Reding s, caring far Mrs. T he G. H. McMullens visited guests of relatives- and friends Reding and the infant daughter. friends at May City Sunday The here. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lage drove son'Jackie remained for a visit V Otto Wichtendabl has> received Lo Eagle Grove Sunday to see Mr. with friends. The MciMuUens for- word that his brother George, of Lages father. merly lived at May City. West Bend, has been taken to an Mrs. Edw. Hammer has gone to MT. and Mrs. L. L. Morris, of ambulance jf Ulster for treat- William Hammer's, St Joe, for a Northport, N. Y., and a daughter wnt for Jjj •^^•ting in an ftett. ' arrived last Monday for visits with arm,. „; lasch home. 'Mary Corrlne ing is visiting at the James ings at Mason City. | Mr. ard Mrs. Arthur son Ellsworth, Mrs. Dorothy Se- ,bers, ard the latter's son spent Sunday at William necke's, Sheldon. | Mr. a d Mrs. Walter Dullard, of iWest Uiion, and the daughter Thomas ne spent a few days last week with Mrs. Dullard's mother, Mrs. Mary Erue. Mr. aid Mrs. J. V. Elbert were called to Metamora, 111., one day last wenk by word of the serious illness )f the latters' sister, Mrs. Andrew Elbert. Postmaster John S. Cullen, Rudolph Eahn, and John Orlger attended the democratic state convention at Des Moines last week Wednesday. Sister Mary Dorothea and Sister Mary Cjcelia have returned to Cherokee, after a week with their mother,[Mrs. Mary Foley. The Rev. J. J. Foley, S. J., has returned to Cleveland, Ohio, after a few cays with his mother, Mrs. Mary Foley. The William Wagners, Clinton, I went hmie Sunday, after two weeks vith relatives here and at | Algona. | Mary Corrine Fleming came , home lust week Thursday from two weeks at Algona and Clear Lake. Mr. a,nd Mrs. Charles Seymour the and the a busin day. Louis Krahn son Dick were at Ames on errand last week Tues- Braatz visited Karl Krahn at Algona Sunday afternoon. Mr. las been sick. Valeiie McCreery, Fonda, is visiting h Mrs. H Helei sr grandparents, Mr. and the we Mrs. N( The spent a friends jk-end with her mother, lev. J. J. Hyland, Manilla, few days last week with Mrs. linger, gins Friday. William Hassock, of Graet- visited Mrs. William Hig- A .picn S. Dailey. Parrel, Mason City, spent ill Parrel. here. DOAN Mr. i.nd Mrs. Clarence Angle, who lire in Pennsylvania, arrived last week Tuesday for a visit at the former's .-brother Amos Angle's. . c dinner took place at Clear lake Sunday in the visitors' honor, and the Amos and Clayton Angle families, the Raemond Wei- lands, the Ted Fuschens, Algona, Harry Angles, Garner, at- duties. tins re turday night, and the Aus- mined for this week. Mrs. », who spent the winter in '., plans to spend the com- '.er with her children here. EAST SENECA NEWS A Patterson reunion picnic was held at the Seneca schoolhouse a 1 £ew days ago, and attending were i Mr. and Mrs, Dan Patterson, daughter Martha, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Rasmussen, Cedar Falls, the Maunice Jensens, Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. James Rasmussen daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Henrickson, Ringsted, the Adolph Andersons, Florence Woodbeck, Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson, the O. R. Pattersons, the Peter Petersons, Marcena Spencer and the Henry Rasmussens, of Kansas City. The Peter Hausens were Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs ' Peter B. Peterson, ~ with fi Adolph lnst spent Hansei Lone I Meyer, ends at Cedar Falls. Mrs Meyer and Anton Dahl, of d, accompanied him as far sville to visit relatives Mr . Leonard Herdt, of Burt, unday afternoon at Peter s. The Lloyd Hutchinsons, ""'' Mr. and Mrs. Edw . and Adolph dinner guests at other Louii week i and M day at a .-. down phone wires t-.nd elephone difficulties. spending this cena Spencer, all of Kansas City spent the week-end with the 0 R Pattersons. The Rasmussens are former residents of Seneca. Daryl Hansen spent Sunday at the parental Peter Hansen's. Mrs. Harold Holt, Ringsted, and a son spent last week Thursday afternoon with the O. R. Pattersons. Helen Patterson, Ringste'd, spent last week Thursday afternoon with her pa;-- ente, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Patt»r- son. Clem Dotson, sons Vernon and Gail, -with the Rev. Mr. Irwin and his sons Lyde and Craig, motored to Minneapolis last week Tuesday on a business errand. They also attended a league ball game. Mr. and Mrs, Earl Armstrong, of Algona. were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Godden. The Helpful Thursday club met last week Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Oscar Patterson, Mrs. Hantelman assisting. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kracht, son Delbert, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kracht, all of Evansville, Ind., spent the week-end at G. Kracht'e. This Week Tuesday the visitors drove to Hampton to visit other relatives. Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Hansen and famjly, Ringgted, were dinner f u *sts_at Peter Haneen^ Sunfey. Mr aota .Bailev W. F. Hike's: Walter S ' City. Paul Crov.-J M Bta ,«d Mrs C w v r,™' f ^- ager> Sara ' Mrs ' C " °- the Baile y north iw » fish- Wilf spent Wolfs, spent ton's, men tons eter City Cloud, ing th m, Flor end ed Droessler, of Greenville, PM ay -, w , ifch the G <W Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groen he evening a t Leslie Den-r and Mrs. Chris Balk- hoste to the Leo Den- mday dinner. Mr Meyer motored to , .--one day last week, acted by a Mrs. Schutte. St. Minn., who had been visit- «ere Mason weeks Mr. Wanda Henry Yvonn Nick Wrthdiky Ceci ' cently band ftlea. nee Jensen spent the week- the Arthur Claussens; ixrm« Mr- and Ml> «- George WHliaioson, Mason City u ~'se ''""guests of thi visit. wUhheils « tt 'oratvo and Mrs. James Doocy Doocy, and Mr. and Mrs Lampe, Bancroft, helped , daughter of Mr. and M-s iocy, celebrate a third ^ecen,tly. ^ Seneca, grocer, re« cut artery in one'' for A reunion of the Andrews family woe held Sunday at West Bend, and the Howard Andrews, family Titonka, the Theo. Hoovers, the Loyal Votings, and bean Andrews, Burt a/Uencled. iMrs. Rae Hutchison, daughters Elsa, Mary, and Betty, Clarence Cunningham, and Kothryn Knon- blocli, all of Waterloo, came Saturday to visit Mrs. Hutchison's sister Mrs. Bryan Asa, and father, L. E. Krnntz, going home Sunday evening. They called on other relatives, nnd also visited West Bend. The Rev. W. J. Patterson is hay- Ing a two weeks vacation, there will be no services nt Donn till his return. An 8%-lb. son, Thomas LeRoy, was born lost week Wednesday nt the Kossuth hospital to Mr. and Mrs. James Asa. This Is the third child but second boy. 'Mrs, Naomi DeWilde, Mason City, and her' daughter spent last week with the former's aunts, Mrs. L. A. Boleneus .and Mrs. B. E. Sanders, Sexton. Edna Miller and Mrs. Henry Boilley helped Mrs. Wm. J. Martinek cook for threshers Friday. Mrs. Arnold Schmidt, Algona, and her children spent last week Thursday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Hawk- Ins, and helped cook for threshers. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Angle and the Clarence Angles spent Saturday afternoon at West Bend. Diphtheria at Wesley. Wesley, Aug. 2—Mrs. Edw. Hildman has a case of diphtheria, and the home, was quarantined Saturday. Mr. Hildman and the sons Lawrence and Matthew are meanwhile at Grandma Hildman's. - ~.,„ yy,, »*e Good (V Irvington, AH- w ns , n f,,U " • Hill Pi'U noon. Thn «iow lda: tlnued Friday r Saturday, soaked u, P """, w some of n | S , ? firai,,, The excess wa ! "5* l ° damage, fl uch ,, s ,.,''"° ftfM*m K*.l*i ""Milne i-tn Jll JJI KlC'no -I ii/i i " r° to thr\; 0 rci; d jyv ^\ basements. On n, 0 °" Perlenced farmer/ ttire, coming m mis ii m r «"*| tlcally made din c W) 'N«(. rsCrKr »-vj Irvlngton, which ; 1°"""' by Mrs. McCnmmll'nm If ami which, lllssnld hJ^'Hl ed a crop in 20 venrs , i ! * cellent yield of i n ,,'Jf d »» I year and the com look, f f crop. The soil u,™"' a b »< that in ordinary burn up. .._ THE aurtaAtne DRINK win i/m, TOUB FBDiND FRIDAY AND SATUBDAY, AUGUST 5 AM) « The Big Reason The Coiincil Onk stores are most popular with Thrifty Shoppers, not wholly on account of attractive advertised specials but, mostly on account of satisfactory quality, wide yariettj courtesy and everyday low prices on every Iti-in. We intils a comparison of Council Oak prices. Beef Roasts A host of good, cooks depend on Council Oak for satJsfwtory roasts. Beef Boasts for this sale at the popular iirioo of 14* and 166 per Ib. Beef Steak Specials Steaks cut to any desired thickness to fry, broil, swiss or rout Bonnil Steak at 25£ per Ib. and Short Cut and Sirloin Steaks at 23ai per Ib. Smoked Ham Genuine Skinned Hams with a mild; sweet cnrc. Center cuts of these fancy hams to fry or bake at 32* per Ib. A whole or hah ham at 22* per Ib. or a 2 to 7 Ib. roast from the bested 01 these hams at 19* per Ib. Smoked Bacon Squares «uy it In the v\wf. to boll with navy beans or fresh »t 22* per Ib. We slice to fry at the same price. Fresh Beef to Boil Large Ring of Bologna Fresh Smoked Wieners __Pound, lie __ Pound, 15c __ Pound, 21c Miracle Whip Salad Dressing or Spread ..---- Prices on Kraft's Miracle Whip Salad Pressing or S»«. • tvich Spread for this week-end. The quart size I)ressin« «I .Spread lor 37*; the pint for 25* and the K pint for 15*. Better stock up at these low prices, 6 Pork & Beans Wholesome, meaty beans deliriously flavored with pork. Tto tliifs week end.° f Mornlnfe ' Ll8ht Pork & Beans for 7 * peroM Superb Mustard Superb Brand Mustard enriches the "flavor of any meat id. gives a new appeal to left-over dishes. The blir ciuurt jar itt» speeial price of 1 0 * for this sale. ' Tuna Fish salads. f Yellow Fin Tuna—tender and flaky—delicious i >'o. }<t can for only 14£. Pineapple Juice Ganiorons Hawaii «ffei> you her most refreshing K'it , •-I vim 8 llne *PJ )le Juj ce! Unsweetened . .. field fresh.../ lacnnm sealed cans. The 12-oz. can at a special price of it-\ Corn Flakes Flakes> Raisins 'hoiiipson Seedless Raisins. Delicious with rice puddings. The 4-lb, Kraft »a« for only 27* f» r Preserves Sardines i jacked In mastard or tomato sance. If r ival tip for 8^ oh Saturday. Council Oak Bread Council Oak Coffee Ijaye you tried this wvoaiinnt KI«_J» The eTervday 1°" gwe arrel Soap _ ^ g J* ai in4 Bars, Basking Hard Wate ae - Cak Hard Water Sunkift Orange* .......... p 0 zen, . v 'i^ii^r •

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