Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1938 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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PAGE EIGHT KOSSUf M COUNT* ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA Surprise Is Given in Honor of Silver Wedding WHITTEMORE PAIR MARRIED FOR 25 YEARS Whittemore, Dot. 4 — Mr. and Mrs. John Bisenius were taken by surprise Sunday, when relatives arrived with baskets of food to help them celebrate their silver wedding. Attending: the J. A. Laubenthals, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Joynt, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Joynt, son Earl, Rosella Bisenius, -all of Emmetsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Tony Wachter, Ottosen; the Peter Dahl- hausers and Ray Mertz, West Bend; Margarette and Paul Dahlhauser and Calvin Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart, all of Algona; Angela and Darlene Will and Eddie Thul, all of Rodman; Mr. and Mrs. Simon Elbert, Mavine, Bonita, and Clement Bisenius, and .Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bisenius. all of Whittemore. John McCnbe is Dead— Mrs. Sadie Roth received word Sunday of the death of her brother, John McC<xbe, southern Arkansas who died at a hospital there Saturday. He was born at Sycamore 111., December 11, 186.9, and ten years later, in 1879, he came to Whittemore, where he and his parents, the late Anthony and Catherine McCable, lived on a farm west of town till 1903, when they went to St. Louis. Two years later, in 1905, John married Lula Davidson, who, with one daughter, the sister Mrs. Sadie Roth, and a brother Anthony at Minneapolis, survives. THE POCKETBOOKl of KNOWLEDGE & Meyer Brithday Honored- Some 50 relatives and friends gathered at Alfred Meyer's Sunday evening to surprise Mrs. Meyer on her birthday. Five Hundred was played at eight tables, and lunch was served. Prizes went to Mrs. Lester Baas and "Bill" Zumach, iigh, and Mrs. Ervin Bruhn and Lester Baas were low. Attend Funeral in Jf. 1).— Mrs. Mike Besch, son James, Mrs. Jos. Besch, James Biseius, and Harry Thill drove to Buffalo, N. D., Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Henry Von Bank, sister of Mrs. Jos. Bisenius. They returned Mondav. I98,f47, 7OOPOUNPS Of COXN ANP GAtlOrJS Of HCXASSes ALCOHOIS WlPEiVUSEp 0 IN INDUSTRY THE IRlfH PoT/lToi«W7PElATEP O THE SWEErPOTATO .SOTIT OF -nie LOW COST" HPUJING PROJECTS BEEN FOUND TO BE COSTING TUP , 760 £ft UNIT/ THOSE BLOOP. COULP WEAR CERWW KINW OF FURS, IN MEPlfWl fUROff „....«/« went SUCH A UVMy/N THAT T/A»f rHA WEAR1H6 Daughters for Two Couples- Air, and Mrs. Leo Kollasch are parents of a girl, born at the local hospital Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Twait, near Cylinder, are also parents of a girl, born the same day. Child's Arm is Bruised— One arm of little Carla Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Anderson, was caught in a wringer Monday while her mother was washing, but the arm was only bruised. CaTananghs Attend Funeral- Druggist and Mrs. C. L. Cavanaugh drove to Knierim Sunday to attend the funeral of an old friend, Henry Freimuth. Other Whittemore. Mrs. Simon Elbert and Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Kollasch drove to Mason City Saturday to visit Sister Mary Mathilda. John and Fred Fish, of the C.C.C. at Bancroft, spent the week-end with their mother, Mrs. Maude Fish. Mrs. Peter Fuschen spent a few days last week with her daughter, Mrs. William McCauley, Mason City, and Mrs. McCauiey accompanied her mother home for a few days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. August Meyer, of Poraeroy, and their eon Albert were Sunday dinner guests at Herman Voigt'a, and evening guasts there were Peter Christenson, son James and Edna and Elaine Schultz, all of Lu Verne. Mrs. Elizabeth Higglns visited her daughter, Mrs. Dan Sylvester, Sioux City, last week, and Mrs. W. T. Oliver accompanied Mrs. Hig- Kin.s as far as Le Mars to visit at her own son Loy's. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Elbert, Bird Island, Minn., and their daughter Genevieve spent Sunday with Edward's mother, Mrs. Margaret Elbert, who has been sick. The James B. Geelans spent Sunday at the P. J. Schilz home, Fort Dodge. The Tim O'Briens, Clear Lake, visited Mrs. Catherine O'Brien the same day. Mr.s. R. A. Bartlett, here, and Mrs. Elmo Barber, Bode, attended the Northwest Iowa Methodist conference at Sac City part of last \veek. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vaudt, with the son Duane, spent Sunday with Mrs. Vaudt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Lund, Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Eisele, daughter Alice, and tho Frank Kol- lasche.s visited the Albert Eiseles, near Blue Earth, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz attended the funeral of Reinhard Klatt at Blue Earth last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kennedy, of Sommer, spent last week Wednesday at Druggist C. L. Cavanaugh's. The Carl Primisings, Dubuque, are visiting the Simon Weber Jr. and the Peter Weyderts. Mrs. Jos. McTigue, Emmetsburg, visited the John S. Cullens Friday evening. PTA Sleeting Announced— The first meeting of the Parent- Teacher association this fall will be held next Monday night, with the following committees in charge: program—The Rev. R. C. Swanson, Oma Huff, Mrs. William Thompson; membership—Mrs. Oliver Blomster, Mrs. V. L. Nelson; publicity—Mrs. A. H. Schuler, Mrs. Ray Sperbeck; hospitality — Mrs. William Peters, John Roth, Mrs. C. F. Berggren; menu—Mrs. Samuel Rystad. PARTY HONORS MRS, MOATS, 81, AT SWEA CITY Swea City, Oct. 4—Iva Moats, assisted by past matrons of the O. E. S., gave a party last weak Wednesday at the Moats home, honoring Mrs. Mary Moats on her 81st birthday. The afternoon was spent at games and the past matrons club served lunch, after which Mrs. Moats was presented with a basket containing fruit, candy, and fancy groceries. Guests included Mesdames S. P. Eckholm, Ira Hewitt, Charles Rohlin, William Evans, Bernice Vaughn, R. A. Bravender, T. F. Mitchell, C. O. Peterson, William Thompson, John Ecklund, Aletha Ecklund, T. F. Johnson, R. E. Ridge, Fred Seylor, Harold Dttsworth, Mrs. William Mather, Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson, Mrs. Fred Miehe, and Mrs. L. A. Haglund. Eelmer Uhr, a mile east of Swea City, Is one of the dairy men who furnishes milk for the people of the town. He delivers 100 quarts a day. The farm is owned by Selmer's father-in-law, John Vaughn, Swea City. The barn was being repainted. Mr. and Mrs. Uhr have two boys, Clair, 6, and Vaughn, 2. This is Glair's first year in school. * * * * George Rohlin, south of Swea City, was equipping his corn picker with rubber tires last week. This is much easier on the corn picker. George and F. W. Langerman, a neighbor, were ready to go to the field to examine the hi-bred corn, so we did not have our usual visit with Mr. Rohlin. We always enjoy a talk with him, for he is well posted. * * * * Ben Beenken. Sr., north of Tl- tonka, was helping shock corn at liis son Ben Jr.'s Saturday. He is 68, but goes out to the field and works as hard as ever. A daughter has been keeping house for him since she was only 13. She has a Mne lot of house flowers and enjoys taking care of them. FENTON S, S, HAS DAY FOR PROMOTIONS [Held from Last Week.] Fenton, Sept. 27—Promotion day services were held at the Methodist church here Sunday during the Sunday school hour, Including grades from kindegarten to first- year beginners in cap and gown. Marilyn Mae Weisbrod and Virginia Ruth Mueller were promoted also Mrs. E. J. Frank's class o six and Mrs. Dennis Hendricksen's of seven, from beginners to primary, and all classes In primary and junior were promoted accord ing to age, with two classes in the senior department. Certificates were awarded. Promoted 'from primary to junior were Georgia Gerhart, Joan Meyers, Bobbie Mitchell, Sidney Bruce Humphrey, and Harold Kramer. Sidney Bruce was awarded high honor and received a gold bar for perfect attendance five years. Harold Kramer received a pen for first-year perfect attendance. Each member of the class was presented a bible from the Sunday school in recognition of ;ood attendance. From junior to the senior were presented two classes: Maurice Weisbrod, Harlan Hulldorf, Lyle Weisbrod, Bob Burwash, Ralph Voigt and Duane Cornelius, and a class of girls, Betty Jean Schwartz, 3etty Ann Meyers, Phyllis and Pauline Frank, Ethel Weisbrod, and Lavonne Newel. This class will be the future choir, and will >e assisted by Ann Finn with vio- in, William Julius with cornet, and Edith Wolfe, at piano. Special numbers for Promotion Exercises given by the primary department were God Is Near Me and Jecus joves Little Children, and the jun- ors also gave two numbers. I?arns Destroyed by Fire— The fire company was called out Friday morning at 2 o'clock for a blaze at the Jack Vaughn barns, south of town. The fire had such a start before being discovered that it was impossible to save the two barns, but th'e hog-house was saved. The cause of the blaze Is not known. Mr. Vaughn thinks it was probably caused by prowlers. There was no insurance. Former Swea Citynn Sick- Mrs. John Anderson was called to Sheldon one day last week by news of the serious sickness of her sister, Mrs. T. E. McCrill, formerly Bessie Anderson here. Mrs. Mc- Crill, who was suffering from kidney troubles and infection, is now on the way to recovery, and Mrs. Anderson returned Friday. Milk Dealers Sign Truce— Swea City milk dealers have declared a truce. New prices for milk and cream are now 9c a quart and 5c a pint for milk, and 12c a half pint for cream. The former price was 6c a quart for milk and 9c for cream. SEXTON HOSPITALS GENERAL. Sept. 23—Fay F. Sclilensig, Corwith, major surgery. Sept. 24—Mrs. Carl Walker, Algona, girl; Edw. Chambers, Corwith, tonslllectomy; Mrs. R. E. Ferguson, Corwlth, minor surgery. Sept. 27—Mrs. Nina Mae Wagner, Wesley, medical. •Scheme to Foil Floods— The sidewalk from the Iowa theater to the Mortensen feed mill Is being raised. This is done to prevent flood waters from sweeping over it and the street paving. Other Swea City. The Baptist Guild will meet Friday; hostesses—Mrs. Ray Sperbeck, Mrs. William Barger, Mrs. Bernard Peterson; Bible study, Signs in the Skies; music, Jeanne Sperbeck. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ditswjrth spent several days at Waterloo last week visiting at the Verne De Lapp home and attending the Dairy Cattle Congress. Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Ditsworth were dinner guests Sunday at John Vogt's at Guckeen, Minn. The Alfred E. Andersons are building a new home on lots joining the Andrew Anderson place. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hesvig spent Sunday at Ben Ingebritson's, Algona. The Barney Hesvigs visited relatives at Forest City Sunday. Former Algoniun leaves. Corwitb, Oct. 4—Mrs. A. P. Ma-tb- is left Sunday for her Anaheim, Calif., home, after some months at her son Dr. C. C. Stull's. She is the former Mrs. T. H. Stull, and her husband was oace an Algoaa doctor. [Held from Last Week.] Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven entertained at family dinner Sunday. Guests were their children, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven and daughter Muriel, Fenton, the Loyd Steven, family, Mapleton, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hodgin, of Webb, and Wilbur and Everett Steven, at home. Mr. and Mrs. Hodgin came for the week-end and attended Sunday school and church here Sunday morning. Mrs. Hodgin i s the former Pearl Steven. Mr. and Mrs. A. L; Greenfield and daughter Edith were Sunday guests at Harold Curran's, near Lu Verne. Harold is a nephew of A. L. In the afternoon all went to Robert Hardcopf's, northeast of Lu Verne. Mrs. Hardcopf is a niece of Mr. Greenfield. Otto Neuman was on the sick list Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Grace Green, Lu Verne, was a Sunday guest at her son W. J. Green's. Mr. and Mrs. Slem Cunningham and children, Irvington, were call- erg at A. L. Greenfield's Sunday evening. Dennis Goeders returned, last week from Alabama, where he 'had spent a week with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fitch entertained Thursday evening. Gussts were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Andersen, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nearing, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowman, and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Green. Officers were elected for the coming year for the Sunday school: supt, Herman Wise; assistant, Mrs. Harvey Steven; secretary, Edith Greenfield; treasurer, Wilbur Steven; librarian, Rex Taylor; pianist, Edith Greenfield. The Sexton Aid chicken supper and bazaar will be held Thursday October 20, in the Sexton hall. Mrs. Elmer Buffham, Santa Ana Calif., spent the week-end with Mr and Mrs. B. E. Sanders. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hawley and their daughter Mrs. Naomi De Wilde and Constance Joy, Mason City, came for a picnic dinner and all went to Lu Verne to visit Mr Hawley and Mrs. Buffham's moth' er, Mrs. U. S. Grant. Mrs. Buffham has been visiting her mother, She is the former Hattie Hawley Lu Verne, and has been in California 16 years. Mrs. Orville Hedrlck, of Algona spent Friday night and Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Otto Neuman. Mrs. Belle Walters, Estherville, came Sunday for two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Sim Bemis. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith and children, near Rich Point, were Sunday dinner guests at Chester's sister Mrs. Oscar Hamond's. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Yegge and children, near Wesley, were also visitors to the afternoon. teunion Held at Em*burg— Descendants of Mr. and Mrs. acob Weisbrod gathered at the ity park, Emmetsburgr, Sunday, to lonor Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Holms, Henry, 111. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. John 'Light, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod, June and Harold, tfrs. Clyde Brooks, Iowa Falls, son Jrant, daughter Beverly, the Melvin Mansagers, the E. A. Weis>rods, Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Weisbrod, Emmetsburg, Mr. nd Mrs. Clarence Weisbrod, Ring- ted, son Melvin, Mrs. Mary Kohl- tedt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Love- oy, daughter Mary Lou, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kohlstedt, sons Rog- r and Gary, and Leonard Kohl- tedt, Ayrshire, and Mr. and Mrs. lalph Weisbrod, Lone Rock. arty for Minnesota Guests— Mr. and Mrs. Herman Luedtke- ntertained Sunday evening in onor of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Olon, Cook, Minn., and son Floyd, uests included Mr. and Mrs. A. . Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Ben, lUedtke, Mr. and Mrs. EdW. Meyar, VIr. and Mrs. Ernest Luedtke, aughters Alice and Mable, son's :uben and Rupert, the Arthur tuedtke family and Mr. and Mrs. 'art Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. W£l5 am Zumach, the Arnold Haln- ingers, Alfred Wittkopf, Adrian ulbertson, and Clarence Zumach, he latter of Algona. o Attend Family Reunion— Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wolfs, daugh- er Edith, and Mrs. Wolfe's par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McFall, l leave this week Saturday for lives of Mrs. McFall. Relatives nd attend a Jones reunion of rel- tives of Mrs.' McFal. Relatives 'ill attend from Cedar Rapids, eavenworth, Kans., and St. Louis, ^n aunt of Mrs. Wolfe will attend fhom she has not seen since she seven. The Wolfes will return n a few days, but Mr. and Mrs. all will make an extended Islt. Matt Gappa Daughter Dies- Mr, and Mrs. Julius Gremmels, on Ervin, Mrs. George Gremmels, tfrs. George Bolte, and Mrs. Fred iuecker, all of Fenton, with Mr. nd Mrs. Walter Gremmels, Spirit jake, left Sunday to attend the uneral of Mrs. Fred Gremmels, 58, Dubuque, Monday morning. She a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Matt Gappa, of Palo Alto ounty, and she is survived by her usband and seven children, igitorg are Dinner Guests— Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Holmes, of Henry, 111., with Mrs. Mary Kohl- tedt, Ayrshire, her granddaugh- er, Mary Lou Lovejoy, were enter- ained at dinner Saturday at John light's. Mrs. Holms is the former ^uella Kohlstedt, daughter of Mrs. Mary Kohlstedt. Mrs, Clyde Brooks accompanied the Holms to her home at Cedar Falls Sunday, and rom there the Holms left for their jwn home Monday. Attend Greyhound Baces— Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schemmel, Swea ity, and In the afternoon all attended Greyhound races at Fairmont. Alton Pettit and Henry ?ischeri Lone Rock, and Ralph Priebe, Bancroft, had dogs la the races, Mr. Fischer's dog going as ' as next to the finals. Birthday Club Has Party— The Happy Birthday club met at tfrs. John Kerber's last week Wednesday, 20 members present. The program consisted of guessing and outdoor games, with Mrs. August Christensen and Mrs. Arthur Juhl in charge. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Elmer Lee and Mrs. Fred Fessler. Mrs. Ole Pederson was a guest. Reunion of Philip Welsbrods— A reunion of the Philip Wels- brods was held Sunday at Carl Kern's, and attending were Mr. [Held from Last Week.] Lorna Ruhnke visited Marie Faulstich Sunday afternoon. Otto Ruhnke accompanied Edw. (reinert to Fort Dodge Monday. They went to pick up a musical nstrument. Mr. end Mrs. Edw. Lieb and sons Owaine and Eugene attended a iveddlng anniversary at Henry Lauck's Sunday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, of Garner, who are married ten years. The quarterly church meeting will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The church board meets iday evening at 8' oclock. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zinnel, West Bend, were Sunday afternoon visi- or s at Otto Wichtendahl's. The Lotts Creek Y. P. S. enter- ained the.Mason City group Sunday on the parochial school ;rounds. The boys played kitten- iall. The Mason City boys defeated the Lotts Creek boys 14-3. Games were played. Supper was ,erved. The evening was spent in inging and Interesting plays were given. and Mrs. Jay Woods, and Mr. Woods' mother, Mrs. Jay Woods, all of Jefferson, the W. P. Wds- brods, the Jos. McGoverns, Whittemore, the Melvin Kerns, Algona, and the Dean Nellises, Renwlck. Little Girl Is Hostess— Juanlta M«ie Straley, whose fifth birthday was Sunday, celebrated Saturday by entertaining playmates: Ward and Kay Ruske, Carmen Miller, Virginia Ruth Mueller, Charlotte Riedel, Janet Theesfield, Donnie Boettcher, and Audra Kae Straley. Shower for ltrldc-to«Ite— The Edw. Ohms attended a miscellaneous shower at Robert Schmidt's, near Lone Rock, Sunday in honor of Mary Ellen Marlow, who will be married soon to Fred Schmidt. Other Fenton. Mrs. Oliver Stoeber entertained her Sunday school class Saturday afternoon in honor of their promotion. Members were, Georgia Gerhart, Joan Meyers, Bobbie Mitchell, Sidney Bruce Humphrey, and Harold Kramer. Mr. and Mrs. John Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Mathias Johnson, of Story City, spent from last week Wednesday till Friday at Hans Larson's and helped celebrate the birthday of Hans last week Thursday. The Henry Kellers, New Salem, N. D., went home Tuesday, after visits at William Schmidt's and Fred Lieb's. Mrs. Keller is a sister of Mrs. Schmidt and Fred, The Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Waterman left Tuesday for Sac City to attend a Northwest Iowa Methodist conference till next Monday. East-Seneca LOTTS CREEK NOTICE OF PKOBATE OF No. 4429 n District Court, State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. September term, 1938. To All Whom It May Concern: 'You are hereby notified. That an nstrument of writing purporting o be the last Will and Testament >f Eva F. Gardner, deceased, dated •Jovember 4, 1929, having been his day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 31st day of October, 1938, ia fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock a. m., of the day above mentioned all >ersons interested are hereby noti- ied and required to appear, and how cause if any they have, why aid instrument should not be pro- >ated and allowed as and for the ast Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algbna, Iowa, September 30, 1938. KATHERINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy, 3,-5. OBIGIJVAL HfOTIt'K In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county, November erm, 1938. RUBY HAMDIN, Plaintiff, vs. JHARLES HAMLIN, Defendant TO CHARLES HAMLIN, Defendant: You are notified hereby that here is now on file in the office of he Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, the petition of the plaintiff above named which alleges in substance as folows: That plaintiff is and has bean for many years a resident of Kossuth county, Iowa, which residence has been in good faith and not for the purpose of obtaining divorce, and that the defendant and this plaintiff were married in Algona Iowa, on the 10th day of August 1933. That one child. Kay Valelre Hamlin, was horn to this union That subsequent to their marriage the said defendant has been guilty of such cruel and inhuman treatment of this plaintiff as to endanger her health and her life. Tho petition asks for decree of divorce and for custody of the minor child and judgment fpr the costs. For particulars see said petition now on file. And you 'are further notified hereby that unless you appeal- thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of the next term of the above named court which will be the November 1938 term thereof which will convene and be held In the Court House in Algona, Iowa, commencing on the 21st day of November, 1938, default will be entered against you and judgment rendered as prayed In said petition. Dated this, 4th day of October, 1938. . HARRINGTON & LOWS, 3-6 Attorneys for the Plaintiff. The Seneca school juniors have started practicing a play, Mountain Mumps. The'Birthday club met with Mrs. J. W. tfolllg Friday afternoon and bingo was played. High was won by Mrs". John Metzger, Algonft, , a club guest. Mrs. Carl Peterson and Mrs. Elmer Lee were assisting hostesses. Mrs. Julius Bolllg recently suffered n minor accident. A lead pencil pierced one of her hands and was broken. Pieces were left in the flesh, and a doctor took them out, Mrs. John Halverson nnd hor daughter, Mrs. Messner, Hancock, Minn., spent the week-end at Jens Halverson'e. Mr. and Mrs. George Slems, of Fentoh, entertained the Lawrence Hantlemans at Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Decker spent the week-end with relatives at Garner. Lavola Ellerbrock, who fell alck, was taken to her home at Do'ws Friday. Oscar Patterson has been having an Infection in the nose, but Is much Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Godden spent Sunday at Andrew Thompson's, Lone Rock. The Helpful Thursday club met last week Thursday with Mrs. Sheldon Merril, Mrs. Lester Denton assisting. Mr. and Mrs. G. Kracht, daughters Ruth and Eva, and the son Arthur spent Sunday with relatives at Iowa Falls, and Mrs. Anna Mohler came here with them for a week's visit. She Js Mrs. Krocht's sister. Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Dotson left Monday to attend the funeral of Mr. Dotson's grandmother at nioomington, 111. Mrs. William McKlbben is meanwhile at Dotson's. Elsie Kessel, Harvey, 111., spent the week-end at Ralph Drinan's. A Mr. Schueler, of Mallard, has purchased the old De Rusha farm, recently occupied by J. W. Campbell. Adolph Meyer is serving on the jury at Algona. The Seneca Lutheran young people's League met Friday night at Jens Halversen's. The Cecil Baldwins, Armstrong, Mrs. August Chrlstensen, Rlngsted, and A daughter, Mr*. Jacob Nelson, and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Anderson, DoIllW, hellted Chfte Nelson celebrate a birthday Sunday. A card party wa& given at Arthur Paulson's Friday evening MM. Ralph Campbell won high' and Ruth Fisher was low, ror women; julltts Bolllg, high, Kenneth Campbell, low for men. Mm Curtis woh travel. Dagnfcy Ravh, junior In the Son- oca high school, had an operation for appendicitis at the Eathervllle hospital^ Friday, and is recovering WEST BEND Mar garet [Held from Last Week,] The Rev. and Mrs, George McDowell are attending the Northwest Iowa conference at Sac City this week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rlley, L!v- ermore, spent Monday afternoon at William Rlley's. Tho Charles Ril- ely son LaVaughh, who is in the navy, has been at sea for some time. , The V. H. Reldfl, of Palmer, spent Sunday with old friends here. They are former West Benders. The Frank Mikes family drove to Frederlckeburg Sunday for the day at the Charles Mikes home. The Hope Circle of the Methodist Sunday school sold: doughnuts Saturday. Chldlren made a house to house canvas. Dr. H. Frank Gfvetifl and Mrs. Ivens were business visitors at Fort Dodge Monday evening. West Bend and Mallard crossed mts on the'local diamond Sunday, and West Bend won, g-S. West Bend Jennings Harris returned Saturday from Iowa City, where he took treatment at the "U" hospital. Eletha Daubendlek returned Sunday from Illinois, where she is attending a business college, spec- 1 lallzing in auditing and typing. 'Mr: and Mrs. WUltem RiTey, with the daughter Ida, drove to Livermore Sunday and spent a few housr at the son Charles Riley's. Mrs. Charles Butcher, of Dee Motnes, came Sunday for a- few- days at her mother Mrs. Sloan's. General] Distance . Bver y load PHONE Small Up to ACT01Mai|> HOUSEHOLD FE 'Prompt, courteous, i service, NORTH lOWftRtll to Upper De» Phone IK "SURE YOU CAN QUOTE ME - EVERY WORD IS TRUE. I saved $ 62 and got a better Jc I ASKED my neighbor, Cnpt. Armstrong, about his paint job. ill was. the. new Devoe 2-Coat System. AN INTERVIEW WITH R. M. CHESELDINE PORT WASHINGTON, u. A neighbor told me about the 2-Coat System and he sure gave me good advice*'* kind of paint to Mrs. < abowed haw it saved money rt , »«< « the usual three-the house looked better than ever and, besides, we made a consider in money WTtl TICKUD that Devoe 8-Coat System gave u»l paint job that all our neighbors admire. Now foutbo*. our street mrt painted with the Devoe 2-Coat SystanJ N EIGHBOR tells neighbor 1 Friend tells friend ! Devoe's 2-Coat System is hailed the greatest development in the paint industry. It makes homes whiter— cuts painting costs in half. This new system uses two different paints. The first seals the pores m new wood, or clings fast to old paint. The second is the* and lasts longer. wear- and weather-resisting Come in and find o«J coat that contains 18% more* about this amazing new M hiding units and stays white 2-Coat System of painting r • ftvoUU* fmnttr—y*t out Budget Plan THE NEW] 2-COAT orvttopto «y AueucA's 6u>esT PAINT COMPANY^ Botsford Lumber Co. 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