Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 11, 1939 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 11, 1939
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:.*?<•? .",<** i*" K089UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. AtOONA, IOWA r Afgonajowa. ~Boi*B Former Weskyan Joins Hospital Stalf ALSOH BRALEY CAST /s RENEWED ON BROKEN LEG PARTY OF 24 DEVOTES TWO PA01THRM SELECTED FOR COVETED70ST Wesley,, July 10—Dr. and Mrs. Alsoti Braley, with their son Alson CAST IS RENEWED ON BROKEN LEG SUFFERED BY WEST BEND WOMAN West Bend, July 10—Mrs, Henry Elsler, badly,, hurt in an. auto accident two month's ago, was taken to Fort Dodge Wednesday foria consultation by doctors concerning has been a sufferer with heart .trouble for a numlber of years., Algonlan Cares for Uncle- Mrs. David King, Algona, came her broken leg. The cast was re-1 Thursday morning to help care, for •c-i __._ j L _.. _ . *I. tiril !!,.*«. •r* 11 : -», i 41 H. i 460-W. Algona, Attorncys-at-UJr Alg»na> Iowa j * Binmsoir Lawyer* ' ' lOfflce in new ««!»; block .218 Alfona, Iowa E. D. Kelly Woved, but a new one was subKi- D., left Thursday for Detroit, tute d, and she will have to wear it where the doctor is now associated two months. Mr. Elsler and the with a Doctor Heath, at the Harp- daughter, Mrs. John Banwart, with er hospital; :' Doctor,' Braley was l ' le liter's husband, took her gradualed from" the" local higli down and brought her home. She school, .then from the university gets about with crutches part of mefUcal .-college,: where he served llle tlme his internship, which was followed ., by two years of pathology at the * orm " 1 lencher Makes Call- university hospital and in the Ml>> and Mrs ' B 611 Schade, Ayr- clinic there. The last two summers shire ' alld a daughter spent last he spent at Fort Apache, Ariz., do- S Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Ing research work on the eye, in Frank Foley. Mrs. Schade was a which he specializes. The new po- teacher here before marriage and sitlon Is considered a decided ad- boarded a * the Foley home when vancement. i the F °leys n ve d on a farm 30 i years ago. Mammas Leave for Washington— I „ , „ ,. • , . Lieul. and Mrs. A. J. Mumma, s Pf. nd Ioni ™ at Lake— Ihelr Ihree sons, Jerry, John, and ' Ml j, and Ml ' B - Henry Schmidt, David, with the maid, left Thurs- „ Ernes t Schmidts, Mr. and Mrs. day on a continued trip which will V aymond wilson ' and the Wilson eventually land Ihem at Washing- 'daughter Ruth, drove to Fairmont ton, D. C., where the lieutenant !° r u M " "'"-"* William Rtiey, who is sick. She is a niece of Mr. Rlley. Other West Bend* Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Fredericks, Swaledale, near Clear Lake, Mrs. Charles Rlley, Livermore, and Ida.and Oscar Rlley returned last week Tuesday night from a Weekend tour In northern, Minnesota. ft KELLY "Attorneya-at-fLaw Hutchison building Algona, Iowa L.A.WHTMEL N C«ntr Attorney AtWrney-at-Law building Phone 180 Attorney-at-Law.i with other Schmidt wlll be stationed at a naval "bas- In." En route they were to visit a former Wesley teacher, Mrs. Klley suffered a light J±L^!=\°;^ Lakota,' 'July'10—A. C.' Bierstedt, local agent for Watfcins products, chartered the Strand school bus at Ledyard and took 24 customers to Wlnona last week Sunday, the .party returning Monday night. They visited the factory to watch manufacturing of goods from the raw materials to finished prdtfu'cts' and also Inspected '. an experimental farm where the Watklns company Four Comers Mrs. Harold Mikes, Mrs. *f r3 ^:!L Ml ^J a ^_ er , Iren * tests stock foods, dips, mineral fly I sprays, etc., before putting: them on i the' market. Accompanying Mr, Bierstedt were his wife; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bierstedt, BUrt; Messrs, and Mesdames O. C. Klocke, C. J. Rippentrop, Stephen Powers, William Peterson, and Robert Eichenberger, also H. J. Berschman, Lakota; Mrs. Wendolyn Weber, a son, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Presthus, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Krosch and Arthur Goeke, Elmore; and Ernest Hotman, and H. W. Mayland, Titonka. Missionary Society Meets— The. Presbyterian Missionary so- latter of Whittemore, were Fort Dodge visitors'Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Munson, Hollandale, Minn,, came Wednesday tor a vacation with the parental M. T. Munsons and other local relatives. Mr. and. Mrs. Wallace Wessels, Cedar Rapids, spent last week Tuesday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. H. Sloan. Mrs. Jerry Schutter spent last week at Lakota, helping care for her mother, Mrs. Heetland. Howard, FranTc, and Lewis Jergens were painting the water-tow%*$""$£ b a eln b g rot£r ke a r t at w| 1 n: tern ° 011 Wh " e h * Wa9 " P t0wn - He er at <*aettinger last week. netka, 111. Another stop was to •be made at Finley, O. The Mum- mas had visited' Mrs. Mumma's parents, Druggist and Mrs. H. J. Braley, three weeks. LIVERMORE LOCALS Hutchison building^ • e'206 7l "- M%$*;io Attorney-at-Law . over Iowa State Bank Office, 460-J.; Res.' 315 CHI80N I _D C. Hd "THEODORE c. , Attorneys-at-Law [ Security State bank 'bldg. ,261 Algona, Iowa Yjftltor Honored at fathering '' ' Her 79th Jjirthd.ay .'..anniversary '" » IIUIMF nvuureu ui wniiierinc— „,., .. ..».-. '';• --TT; • - -r- -• $S&S&' l i&Z y ItoEES&WSSS! honor of their-daughter, Mrs. A., J. MUmma; and her" family. Attend- to .. -,,,„ w ,. n _ v „„„ ,,^ t . -, ing: the A. E. Rasmussens, Forest £' ^ ^S t . C "Vo^ded o'ther SIHL"™-.? 1 ^?? 1 ^^!:.^ Sins -d ,fn e ch. S P1 ° Vlded **" Fourth at/St'hlwater,' Minn! it.rrhei also visited at Duluth while they surprise the 'Braley son Alson and iBurwell Hamm, who went to S^^^as^ESsiHH had been here a week with grandparents, left with his his his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hunt, lAUBIOE C. McMAHON Attorney-at-Law Office InHeise bldg. Algona, Iowa DOCTOR8 JOHN H. KEKEFICK Physician and;Surgeon i oy«r,Rexali l pr,ugiStore . i phonei 300 e^at Mrs 8 ' SIT ^ nt r£ : ^«" ^itT £ ed at Mrs. Eleanor Haggard-Two- Hamm i, nrnp &!&»"* ^:™™*« h J™*: ST-Jri™. Thomas Devine went to Ogden Sunday to visit their daughter, Mrs. Mary Hogatt, who recently left a hospital. Mrs. Miller's at Algona times last week. at different Elsenbachers in Reunion— iiy*jmm*rt»*/mM*j* a «M .BA^UUJUU _ r - A reunion was held at I. A. Els- H ° gatt and M™ Tommy and Den- enbacher's on the Fourth, 40 rela- nis came to Livermore, and she is lives atlendnig. From out-of-town rec " pera ^ 1 ?£ at th ? £ are " tal home> were the Rev. Linus J. Elsenbach- IMrs - McEntaffer, who • The Four Corners Mothers & Daughters club met Thursday with Mrs. Grace Jackman, Mrs. Jack Dltsworth assisting. M a r j o r i e Dray ton read a poem; a reading Mother Nature was given by Mary Crulkshartk; a song was sung by Jackie Lowman; and Lorna and Marie Tondstlck also sang. The 'progr.ani jwas In charge of , Carol 'Jackirian/'Helen Walker, and Clarice Harlan. A picture, The Lord's Supper, was presented to Malbel Ehrhardt 'by Mrs. IMaude Robinson in behalf of the club as an appreciation of her work as president during the past year. Every club member drew a "secret sister." Mrs. Leo Ramus was received as a new member. The next meeting will be a family picnic August 17 at Interlaken. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Baker are now with the Lewis -Broesders, and Mr. Baker Is helping with haying. Mrs. N. R, Robinson, Sarasota, Pla., arrived at C. N. Robinson's Thursday and she will ibe there for an indefinite stay. Richard Scholten, Rockford, 111., has "been spending a week with the Herman Lindemans, Algona. Mr. Scholten is a nephew of Mr. Lindeman. Mr. and Mrs. Earl 'Miller, daughter Jaqueline, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lindeman, Richard Scholten, and Mildred Robinson spent the Fourth at Tuttle Lake, fishing. They were met there by the Perry Rickabaughs, of Harris. Mr. and ciety entertained 40 guests at one o'clock luncheon at the church Thursday, and in aplte of extreme heat the dining room was comfortable. A program was given: group singing; devotions, the Rev. Mr Sauer; v piano solo, Margaret Schroeder; r mission .;..lesson; ';• Mifs 'Jerry Heellaftd-.Jiypcali-.duet, sBetty ~~ward's 1 'and* Viola Thaves; paper,' were Thursday evening callers at Everett Witham's, and Delia Witham went home with them for the week-end. , Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Broesder entertained a group of young people last week Tuesday: Mr. aud Mrs. John McNeil, Mr. arid Mrs Robert Walker, Mr. end Mrs. Orvlll.e llol- dren, daughter Shlr'.ey, the Cecil Bjustroms. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Dittmer, Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Bjustrom, daught.i'- Janice, were away. •Helen Larson and Irene Elder spenl part of last week at the Hart home south of Livermore. The Harts are friends of the Larsons. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoffman joined her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moore, Des Moines, for a recent ^^Vlta hte"wcent nnfino- Q> «io nirnVtnUt, tiieir nelp m nis recent V.and' ' 444-310 !i.block* w Algona, Iowa er, Fort Dodge; Ihe Henry Hart- Decently had an operation at the mans and Herbert Wolfs, Atkin- Lutheran hospital. Fort Dodge,. Is son, Wis.; Adeline Wolf and Doro- now at. the parental Henry Tlllson. ' . ™, _. • -. _ n/\mo tlrrtnnn c*hA -nrll 1 otnv until thy Simon, Barton, Wis.; Mrs. ^Kate ; Siihon,' Ashford, Wis.; Mrs. Richard Hammond,. Fort Atkinson, Syif|..;•' the Roman<Elsenbachers, 'of, Algona; and^the^Noribert Hubert's, fflLYIK G. BOUKIIE: Piyalclan and Surgeon .. Phones: ' Oiilce, 197; residence, 194 DENTISTS DB./.H. M.'GiE»OW w ' ' Dentist In New Call Theatre bldg. is:. Business, 166; re*., 788 Algona, Iowa home, where she will stay until she is strong enough to return to- .Elgin, 111.- outing at the Okabojis. Mrs. Ann Miles and her children are at Pender, (Neb., guests of the former's parents. Mrs. Miles will return, in time to take up teaching in the Cox school. Herman Larson and his son Clifford have returned from Minnesota, where they had a fishing vacation. Mr. Larson is section foreman for the M. & ISI. L. here. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swanson drove to St. Paul to visit al Iheir son George's Sunday and lo see a new home George' recently built. J3eorge,,:whO:,is well .known-here^ a^ graduate of .the, vLiverinore'•*'high The Pioneer Sunday school, Mrs. J. A. Bargar;' vocal duet, the Rev. and Mrs. Sauer. Good Nelghbos Help Farmer— We hear a lot these days about good neighbors, and J. H. Warbur- lon knows whal il means, for he had not only their sympathy but Ii- vin Koppen and Edward Eggerth plowed his corn; Maynard and Lee Koppen helped with the chores; Mrs. Howard WlCham also spent a day last week at Tuttle Lake. All reported good luck. Mr. and Mrs. Norvil Mitchell, with the daughter Dorothy, apent last week-end wlth ; the Etna Mitchells and had a turkey dinner Sun,day..,. Other dinner guests Were Mr.' -and ; Mrs.;.; Eric Dlttmer, their daughter, -and"Mr. and,Mrs. Edw. •Larson. '• ' •* Mrs. Roy Witham, Mason City, Rhea Tyrrell, Fort 'Dodge, Mrs. Hattle Witham, Mrs. Myrtle Vining, and the latter's daughter Harriet were Thursday dinner guests of the Everett Withams and called at Howard Witham's. The Harvey Raths, of Lu Verne and Wlibur Weriqk, who works for Charles Eggerth, Henry Patterson, Bode. Legion "Anx" Installs Officers .was'''.here • arrangements for pupils to take part in a musical recital ait Lu Verne this week Monday evening. From here lak- ber of the 'board* of 'education: forja school at St.'Paul.'"" ' The Legion Auxiliary met last ing part were Margaret Zlgrang, week Mcraday night for installation Charlene Baessler, Betty Hughes, of of fleers;, air re-elected in June: -Marcia Berryhill, Jean Behqunek, Mrs. Edna Flora, president; Mrs. Geraldine Anderson, and Keith Viola Studer, vice; Mrs. Mary For- Baessler. Bernice Slock, Algona, burger, secretary^ Mrs. Josephine joined Mrs. Steussy in the event Helen by presenting some of Clara v dance pupils. her own DR. C. D. 8CHAAF Dentist lion bldg. Algona, Iowa Phones: Bus. 133;.res, 174 KARL B. HOFFMAH Dentist v : OHIce in New Heiae bldg. Office, 44; rea, 116 A. JT. Dentist pmce over James.Drug Store s; Office, 59; residence, 85! = =^^^^' ir*~ ~ INSURANCE Meurer, treasurer; Mrs. Johnson, chaplain; Mrs. _ _ Hauptman, sergeant-at-arms; Mrs. Mrs. H. T. Nelson, Lu Verne, en- UNION Mr. and Mrs. Emll Stoffel and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schiltz drove to Knoxville Sunday to attend baptismal ceremonies .for the Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. -Eldon Stoffel. arid the latter's son Lyle helped put oats hay in the barn. Former Pastor Visits Here— The Rev. F. O. Johnson, Sioux City, and his family came last week Monday for the Fourth with the J. H. Wanburton's and olher local friends, leaving Wednesday tor.KanawhaT to visit sisters of Mr. 1 Johnson. Thence they were, to go fQt-atfft.tford^fib'r'a^vislt at the Rev. Bfti>h;John8on's',;Both-ministers are 'Sr infers i»listofs''.of-/thevlocalJMelhof is'l ; ' r cbufchr' '••••' -••'••^••^ ••' Aged Woman Has Accident— 'Mrs. Kienilz Ennen was injured one night last week, when she fell over a chair after turning off the light. One hip was badly bruised, but no bones were broken. She was, however, confined to bed a few days. 'Mrs. Ennen is past 80. P. 0. Employe-on-Vacation— Irvin Altizer, assistant post- Sponsors were-Mrs. Emir Stoffel master> 8pe nt last week at Duluth HUNDREDS KNOW THE VALUE OF OUR CLAIM SERVICE Accidents happen, away from home — sometimes thousands of miles from home. OUR AGENCY AS AN ADDED SERVICE SPARKS NO EXPENSE IN SEEING .THAT YOU HAVE A FRIEND::AT" : HIANDI' IMMB- ,D^!«EfcYs?A?TI)ER> THE jfACCI- DENf HAPPENS; "BUY GOOD AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE OVER TWENTY YEARS CLAIM EXPERIENCE ENABLES OUR AGENCY TO KNOW HOW TO PLEASE YOU ON ANY CLAIM SERIVTOE.' AL60NA INSURANCE AGENCY C. R.LaBarre 39 1 son's name is Darrell. other xiauiJLumu, aerstTaui-ub-aiuia, HUB. -.-.«. —. -. , , -- t,,ii« «j 4v.« u w.. ,««n ' ' O^^MV .»w w ^«^«. M » ^'w.w.^ Myrtle Lease, historian. Mrs. Ber- tertained the Livermore women of and Mr. Schiltz, and the baby waS| at nls brother Homer's, and Ray *' • '' f • ' ' . i -rwr __». hrTt *»»j j_. u -. _™ I vi am An Tinnoln I .ATI a ™I*no rttnot* w ,* » . •, , ^ . ,i «_t nice Vitzthum served. Catholic Sister Loses Father- Sister Bernette, who taught the dent. third and fourth grades in the The Rev. and Mrs. Schlle, who J_il V Gl UA\S1 C TTW4UGH W* , ——— ——-•—-- — , __the Woman's Home Missionary so- named Donald _Gene. The ciety at her home there Friday. Mrs. Larry Lucas is new presl- Chales Bollig and his sister Theodora, Comfrey, Minn., spent the Fourth at Emil Stoffel's. They parochlal school here the last two came from their home at Batavla, | are niece-nephew respecllvely of years, passed through town on the m., for two Weeks with relatives, Mrs. Stoffel. evening passenger Wednesday on -went back Wednesday, accompan- the way lo her convent at Milwau- led by Helen, young daughter of kee, where she will spend the rest Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Beardsley, who of the summer. Her father, Joseph } s visiting them. IWeber, died at Salem, S. D., June Mr. and Mrs. 'Frank. Hoffman efeeffssasa/s?, 10,«00 worth of insurance in > A home company. Safe, se- D. D. Paxson, secretary AND INSURANCE ,, following v a lingering illness. Bennlon at J. I. Studer's— Mrs. Frances Could received word Wednesday night that her sister-in-law, Mrs. Cora Boles, of Boone, had died. Mrs. Boles was a sister of Ben Gould, who. died- ear- were at Des •Moines and Boone on | Her this yeari Mrs. Albert Butter- business missions part . of last. field, formerly of Union, now of week. Mrs. Hoffman entertained A group of 44 persons had a tne sew i ug circle. - ;F,ourth. picnic at J. L. Studer's: |. A visitor at the Altma'n -" home Mrs. ? Xkatha Haverly, the J. L. and ^^ week was Mrs . icella Tucker- Henry Haverlys the Alf Studers, Neuenschwander, long-time friend the Tom Forburgers, Mr. and Mrs. of Anna Altman. The guest left here Edw. Hlldman, The George Vltz- ( {or Florida, where she will spend thums, and Lou Goug.i, with Miss severa i months with a sister whom Schultz, Clarence Haverly, Janice Dwyer, Dundee, 111., George Prema. Sees Denmark Guests Off- and she has not seeu before in 20 and years. (Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McKenna have left, accompanied by their SON BM! Estate lunraace aid Bonds . building Phone 105 Worth JOEL M. HEEB8T ' State Bk. Phoa« M Mrs. David Johnson has return- , daughter, 'after a visit at Joseph's mother Mrs. Mary McKenna's. ed from a tour to New York City, } h { t Mitchel i 3. D . Niagara Falls, and other points in »»«""" _ ... . Bancroft, is another sister. Stuart Thompson, is , spending : a week with -Merle Drae'ger, Hyland, Wis,, and other friends there. He traveled in his model A coupe and made the trip out in seven hours. He reported bad roads near the Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Slater spent the Fourth at 'a lake, fishing. Cheste Bailey was in South Da- kola last week on a business mis- sioa. the east, including the world's fair Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith had a visit from a grandson last week: PAX80N we ?«ng. : ," A !f, tomo W e ' Sfitl 70 ; P.cpurs, '( r Founded in Entered ag Second - Clasa Ida Porter, in telephone employ at Humlboldt, spent Thursday and Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Miller. The O. J. Cayous spent -— * - - , a. yiait nuiu a. &*»*»*»»«»..»«*. She accompanied a sister and a, Cameron, Storm Lake, cousin to New York City, whence Jonu ^ ame the sister and cousin sailed for home at Copenhagen, Denmark, following. three months here. Kleiapeters la Fourth Picnic— A Klelnpeter picnic was held at Roy Klelhpeter's on the Fourth, and attending were the Vincent and A. L. Klelnpeters, the Don Meleneys, Britt, the Leo Renos, of Ledyard, and Wayne and Joan .Smith, Fort Dodge. the Hurt's Auxiliary Elects. Burt, July 10—The local Auxiliary unit has elected officers: IMrs. F. A. Ringsdorf, president; Mrs. Wyot Sttott, vice; Mrs. R. E. Moyer, secretary; Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, Ireasurer; Mrs. L. H. Schenck, chaplain; Mrs. R. 8. McWhorter, sergeant-at-arms. Sent to New Post- The Rev. Father Ormsby, pastor of the Sacred Heart churches at Rockwell and Swaledale three years, known here as the (brother of John Ormsby, once of Wesley, has been transferred to Belmond. Steak Fry In the Open— The Ravlins were entertained at a. steak fry by the L. H. Klelnpet- ers last week Tuesday night. The Kle'inpeters recently built a flre- Dlace in the opin for such occasions. ' New!) weds Home from Tour- ^ Mr* and Mrs. Detmar Pommerening have returned from their non- eyjnoon Jn the Black Hills and will occupy their apartment at Algona July 15, Other Wesley News, Knute Flom, Waterville, Minn- came last week Monday for a » w days with Ws brother Ole and sls- Dr. lin are leaving soon for a citizens' military training camp at Fort Des Moines. The Glenn MoMurrays, of Belmond, were Sunday dinner guests of Glenn's mother, Mrs. R- B. ~~- klns, and in the afternoon Ralph Smiley, Mason City, and his mother, wife of a former - Presby, erian pastor at Algona, called. Doctor Smiley is on the Park hospital staff. j j i. Wayne and Joan, son and daugn- er of Dr. and Mrs. Leon Smith, of iFort Dodge, came last week Sunday for a few weeka with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. beinpeter. Mrs. Smith is the former Esther Kleinpeter, and her Husband is a dentist. Mrs. Kate Simon, Ashford, was a dinner guest at B J. Meuhe s ** Mrs. Henry Funnemark Flom. He -formerly Jived e , Knute, with thf Wto St. James, Mton, Mr. And , . , , fflfFS- Benjamin Jaseptson and Mrs Bohannon, Picnicked -.-•I, ^ 'Auua ovmmuvn, ««WB—• • -• _ .. it the Fairmont city park on the torn City, WJ»W«>_» e las wS*^Monday- She arrived he diy before with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert,'Wo'M, Barton, Wis., who were visiting, Mrs. Barton's uncle and aupj, Mr. and Mrs. Ignatius .,„,-. „„ Charles Nelson^entertained at dinner last week Monday evening Mr. and Mrs Henry enbacjier. f Henry Clarence, eldest son 01 -.*w«>>/ Hayerty, and Janice Dwyen Pun dwi W-. arrived last we Bk Mon day night for a few days ..._ ' relatives. Clarence 1 dairy farm, and Minn., they also visited Mrs. Kou>a's brother Orrion. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bryo, son )onald, and Mr. and Mrs. Clare lerlein, Muskegon, Mich., spent a ew days last week at Lester Laron's. Fourth visitors at Larson's we're'Mr.' and Mrs. Orren.,Bryo, of oldfield. The Rev. and Mrs.' R. E. Bersten Muskegon, Mich., with their children, are expected here the week- 1 of July 16. Mr. Bersten wil preach at the local Congregational hurch, of which he is a former pastor. v .Mrs. E. M. Lemkee, Algona, and her daughter, Mrs. Dora Bonnett Amboy, Minn., with the latter's three children and Betty Lemke [rvlngtpn, visited at J. T. Meurer'! .ast week" Monday. The I. A. Gerdes family, »*r. and Mrs. R. B. Hopkins, Mr. and Mrs Emil Wester, »d the Al Waguer lad a noon neighborhood picnic in ;he Wagner spacious yard on the Fourth. , Ida Young clerked at the Krau store last week. Mr. Kraus, with his sons Donald and Charles Jr., leift last week Sunday for a fdsh- Hertzke substituted at the local postoffice. Party for 82nd Birthday- Mrs. Josephine Hultner's neighbors gave her a party Wednesday in honor of her 82nd birthday. Other Lakota News. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thaves and Viola Thaves, Lakota,. and Raymond Picht,.Swea 'City, drove to 'Albert Lea, last week Sunday to visit the "Bill" Evans family and ttend a motorcyclists' convention. More-than 600.cyclists-paraded. . Mr.s J.-H. Sherhagie,' of -Mason ity, visited her parents, Mr.- and ilrs. William Thaves, last week Sunday. She also called on her husband's mother, who was critically sick at Buffalo Center and died the following Tuesday. •Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brooks, of Dixon, 111., and Marion Thomson, Crystal Lake, were last week Monday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton. IMrs. Brooke was Kathryn Thomson, Swea City. •Mrs. J. H. Warburton was hostess to the Methodist Aid at her home Wednesday, 21 .persons attending. Vic e-presldent Delia Smith had charge of a business meeting. Attending a recenl joint Legion- Auxiliary meeting at Bancroft were Messrs. and Mesdames Wade Ball, George Heetland, David Patterson, and Fred Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. James Bruer and Celotex is NOT an extra! It replaces other necessary structural building materials AND provides permanently efficient insulation at the same time! You SAVE because it does TWO jobs at ONE moderate, material cost! ; , Whether you arc thinking of building a new home, rernodelihg-an^oldtattic or basement, or just lining a garage—let us give you ALL the facts about Guaranteed Celotex Insulation ... explain just what it means to you in savings, comfort and increased home value. Stop in or phone—no obligation. e LUMBER CO. Phone 256 Jim Pool, Mgr. the Peter Bruers attended a DeFries reunion at Buffalo Center last week-Sunday. There were 86 In attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schaper, of Fairmont, were Sunday visitors at George Winter's. Mr. Schaper and Mrs. Wlnter : are brother'and sister, Mrs. Raymond Kiester, of Mason City, and two children were visitors at Harry Mussman's last week. The Commercial club had a monthly dinner at the Methodist church Thursday evening. Mrs. George Heetland attended the funeral of an uncle, W. M. Roll, at Eldora July 1. Dr. and Mrs, R. L. Williams spent part pf last week fishing in northern Minnesota. The Walter Leslies spent Sunday evening at the A. T>Buckels home. Mrs. E, H. Pannkuk had her ton- ills removed Friday. * nig yapatlon sit northern lakes.. The Cornelius Schrauthe, Geneva, 111., who came to visit with relatives, were test week Monday dinner guests at B. J. Mewhe's. Patrick ai!4 f ca»|ani Cole- saan, S. P., arrived Thursday for the rest of aunt, Mrs, J- J* StlHje/. Mr. and M/fr Clifford 1 had a vis4t Wednesday from ., ford's brother and ttje lai,tef » wife, Hollandale, Mjn». Alice Flpm, wh^ J^yei Corwith Lo»e« Teacher* on Staff Corwith, July 10 — -, The school board received a letter last week from J. Francis Kee, athletic coach at Corwlifr fpjr tb^e la.»t four years, saying (hat he had accepted a to teach history at M^son CJty. Thj board %lso received a letter from, Margaret Hanbury, saying she had acceipted %" position as-Home Economics teacher at ~ — Sfenbjry Y! BY AUGUST 1st „ July is our month to clear the deck. Everything must be sold this month. It is a clean sweep. We are hog wild and imlriing prices that will sell the goods. No attention paM to wholesale prices or what goods cost. Our only thought is to mark them so low that everybody will buy an armful. Our time is getting short. The die is cast and the Rubicon must be crossed, This splendid stock of new staple shoes and clothes must be sold by August 1st. This sale of reduced prices will start Friday, July 14th We are in a tailspin. -We are dizzy. The selling bug has bitten us and we are crazy to unload. You will find bargains like you never saw before. I have never misrepresented goods at my sales. The goods are new standard lines frpm the best factories. Not a thing added for this sale, just pur regular stock and plenty of it. No fancy high-priced salesman, no page ads, no mailing expense—just BAEOAINS—BAB GAINS—BARGAINS! Come an4 get them, Jimmie Neville Algona, Iowa

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