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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 20,1934 \jfacal f\>ent^ Betty Backus has taken a position :ss society reporter with the Advance. Mrs. Kenneth Mercer spent Monday In Welwter City visiting her sister. N-eal Smith has been 111 since the latter part of last week with an attack of quinsy. Will Reetz and Mr. and Mrs. John Reetz of Llvermore visited the Rev- Braner home Tuesday. Edmund Caoeslus left Sunday for Dubuque, where he will be a sophomore at Columbia College. H. D. Clapsaddle attended a meeting of the Wlllard Battery distributors at Mason City Monday evening. Norman Walker, Helen Goeders and Bernadine Barnes spent Sunday in Mankato with Herbert French. Mrs. J. W. Sullivan and son, Wade, left Monday for Des Moines where they will spend most of,this week. Mrs. Elsie Cady and Miss Evelyn Cady were guests of Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Cady at Mason City Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wright spent Sat- -urday and Sunday at the Spencer fair »nd saw manv other Aleonians there. Mr. and Mrs. A. l>. Long and Jack and Arba De spent Sundav at Nora Springs with Doris who Is teaching there. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Raney and their daughter, Meredith, spent Monday and Tuesday of last week In Des Moines on a business trip. John Ferguson left Wednesday afternoon of this week for Ames where he will be a freshman in the Iowa State College this year. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle spent Sunday in Ogden where they visited the lattsrls sister, Mrs. Martin Carlson and Mrs. Emll Hedblom. Mrs. Chester Lorn? and daughter. Gertrude, drove to Grlnnell Monday •where Gertrude entered college. Mrs. Ixmg returned home that evening. Misses Julia and Nora McEnroe took their niece, Frances McEnroe, to Winona, Minnesota, Saturday where Frances entered St. Theresa's College. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Frame of Akron, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Little ST., of Humboldt were dinner guests Saturday at the J. W. Little home In Algona. Dick Cowan, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Cowan, left Wednesday of this week for Ames, where he will study Industrial science at, the Iowa State College. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Schaap returned to their home In Sheldon Monday after visiting with their son, Dr. C. D. Schaap, and family since the previous Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. John Kfenefick and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lorenz are spending this week In the Melzar Falken- Jialoer cottage on Lac Court d'Orellles, Wisconsin. Donnabelle Merrin. of Estherville. spent Saturday and Sunday wth her aunt, Mrs. Ralph Miller. Donnabelle is attending junior college at Estherville this year. Bernloe Harrington and Janet Zer- lass, who are students at the Mankato, Commercial CoUeg* at Mankato. •spent ttarireelf ttatfli^ait'ttjelr respective homes. Donald Hutchins. accompanied bv bis father, H. D. Hutchins, went to Mt, Vernon last Thursday and Don entered Coinell College. Mr. Hutchins returned the next day. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry spent Monday aftemoon and Tuesday in Des Mol'.Y;g with the C. B. M. Smith family. Mrs. Smith and Mr. Barry are brolher and sister. MT. and Mrs. E. W, Lusby took Marguerite Dalziel to Grlnnell Tuesday and returned Wednesday. Marguerite Is attending college there the second year. Mrs. A. L. Long took her daughter, Arba Dee, to Grinnell Tuesday where Arba Dee will attend college for the »:cond year. Mrs. Long returned on Wednesday (yesterday). Mr. and Mrs. Wallace MacDougall and little son, Bobbie, spent Sunday at Clear Lake with Mrs. MacDougaU's family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tubbeslng, who have been enjoying the summer at the lake. Mr. and Mrs. John Goeders left on Sunday In their car, which was driven by Kenneth Frankl, for St. Paul and w'ere to visit there a few days with their daughter, Mrs. Charles Kennedy and family. Mrs. Hugh B. Smith and daughter, Pearl, of Wabasha, Minnesota, returned to their home Saturday after a visit since on Wednesday at the W. C Dewel home. Mrs. Smith and Mrs Dewel are sisters. Wm. Teach of Cedar Rapids arrived in Algona Monday and will be the manager at Swift & Company during the three months' absence of Mfttt Lamuth who was forced to take an extra vacation because of his health. Mrs. B. P. Richardson and son, Max left Wednesday for Ames where Mrs. Richardson visited her sister, Mrs. James P. Kirby. and Max will again alt nd Iowa Slate Colleve. Mrs. Richardson exix-cls to return some time today. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster and uauflhter. Marv Elizabeth, motored to Mt. VITIIUII Sunday where Mary Elizabeth is again attending Cornell College. Mr. and Mis. Foster visited the lull r's .sister in Arlington Sunday evening and returned to Algona Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim O. Levca of Cedar Rapids visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Baldwin Wednesday iiltc'i'iioon of last week wliil-.- on their way 1o the Spencer fair. Mr. Levea i> the youngest brother of Mrs. Baldwin ami wus finuluvtd for thirty years or more in Saucer as a service man for the telephone company. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lacy came back from Humbildl September first and a it again making their iiojne here at their resid/eiicc' on East Call street. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelan were business visitors In Mason City Saturday. Edgar Flnnell left Sunday for Ames where he will again attend the Iowa State College. Mr. and Mrs. George Elbert and Bertha Kuchenreuther spent the week end at Lake Okobojl. Mrs. Joe Bloom and Son left Sunday for St. Paul where they will visit her parents for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McCuUoUgh left for Newton Tuesday to visit a few days with the former's mother. Albert Oroeenbach and sons, Emory and Gerald of Grlnnell, were business visitors In Algona Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre were visitors at the Spencer Pair last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lalng of Corydon, Iowa, were guests at the home of their son, O. B. Lalng, Tuesday of last week. Joe Greenberg returned Saturday from Rochester where he had spent a few days In the diet kitchen of the Mayo clinic. Joe Bloom left Tuesday for Mason City where he planned to spend a few days In observance of Yota Kippur, a Jewish holiday. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stillman and daughter, Ann, were visitors over the week end at Uie parental L. P. Stillman home In Dolliver. Harriet Smith, who Is teaching at Ware, visited at the holme of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Smith, Saturday night and Sunday. George Good of Spirit Lake came here Sunday and ia spending his two weeks' vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Good. Dr. P. L. Trlbon la expected home! some time this week from Mountain, Wisconsin, where he has spent most of the summer with his daughter. Marjorie Johnson of Rich Point Is making her home at the W. P. Hemphill home while she is attending high school here where she Is a senior. Mrs. J. M. Olesen of Humboldt and Mrs. T. D. Foster and daughter of Indianapolis, Indiana, spent Thursday and Friday at the J. W. Little home. Mrs. A. W. Irwln Is now visiting her sister In Pulton, South Dakota. Mrs. Irwin's sister's husband recently dieoT and Mrs. Irwln attended the funeral. Richard Shackelford, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Shackelford, left for In- dlanola, Iowa, week before last and Is now a freshman In the college there-. Mr. and Mrs. B«rt Deal spent Saturday In* Des Moines where Mr. Deal attended a meeting of the members of the regional code committee of the painters. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hough and Mr. and Mrs. Pooch took the former's daughter, Frances to Grlnneli Monday. Frances will be a freshman hi the college there this year. Mrs. D. C. Mahan took Mr. Mahan'f mother back to her home in Buffalo Center Tuesday. The elder Mrs. Mahan had spent last week at the home of her son. MM. W. H. Morllng of ..._,. waa a guest of Mrs. O. w. Stillman on Wednesday. The two attended the P E. O. luncheon Wednesday noon at the Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Joynt and children spent Sunday with the Henry Rcinders family In Mallard. Mrs Joynt and Mrs. Renders celebrated their birthdays together. Supt. O. B. Lalng attended a conference cf the superintendents of the the north central six schools held las'- Thursday at Eagle Grove. Plans for the coming year were discussed. Word has bo;n received from the Mayo clinic where Art Hclberg was taken that his condition has showed improvements but it will be necessary for him to stay for two or three weeks longer. ; , Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver spent their Mrs the week end In Ames with daughter, Mrs. R. E. Menzel. Menzel and son returned with them Sunday and expects to visit here several weeks. Mrs. Joseph Frye of West Mineral Kansas, visited at the hone of her cousin, Mrs. R. G. Richardson, Tuesday. She was enroute to her home after spending some time In Swea City with relatives. Mrs. Fred Doty of Mairshalltown spent most of the summer with her mother, Mrs. Julia Brace. Mr. Doty came two weeks ago and has been painting his property here. The two left Wednesday for their home. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Shumway and son, David, spent from Thursday unti' Sunday at Sutherland with Mr. Shumway's moKhttr. Mi'. Shumway jspeni part of the time in southern part of Iowa locking over some cattle. Miss Elizabeth Foscholdt of Long Beach, California, where she is employed in a bank, is expected here UK latier part of this week and will be a guest at the J. L. Bonar and H. W Pletcli homes. Miss Puscholdt formerly made her home here and wa an employee of the defunct Algona State Bank. Forest Twogood left for Los Angeles California. Tuesday morning where h is the assistant coach in the Universit. of S:-ullKrn California. "Twogie" ha. bivn associated withe Toledo ball clul during the summer and has sjicnt th last several weeks with his wife win is visiting with her uatxuu, Mr anc Mrs. M. P. Haggard during the sum mer months. Duu>y Fischer of Los Angeles. Call fornia. and hi-r brother, Ralph of Clar CUy. Miiuuvjota. were gue.sU of ihei cousin. Mrs. C. F. Specht Friday. Mrs Spi:cht and Mi-*> Fuchtr had not i-.ti each othvr for forty years. The visit ors then weal on to Buller county t< visit other relatives but are expi-ctu back in Aigona to visit again at th tjpi-cnt home and the A. W. Beta-end* Mr and Mrs. Lacy had been thei- son. Harlan. who has been muu- Btfintf the Gamble store there until lately. Harluii has now moved to Foil Dodge where lie lias a responsible pcs- iUon in the Home Loan office. Postmaster Juinus McDonald Kit en Monday lu his car for Council Blulls U attend u pufatmasters' convent ion whiuh, was to be i" session Tuesday uiid Wednesday. Hu»lj»uni*.'r &u.;ral A. Fiu-k-v was to attend the iu . convention and uiake an addm*. or bupposed cour*» the to b-j political but it safe tu that o -j Furky would not advise Use boys U> vutu Use rcpuMiuui ticket this full. JUu was supposed k> uouie back home today Bancroft Bride (Cut Mason City Globe-Gazette) Monica Underkofler, daughter of G. S. Und-STkofler, and Cletus Del- terlng, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Deltering, were married Wednesday morning of last week at St. John's Catholic church with the Rev. J. F. Schultes officiating. The young couple are exceedingly popular In Bancroft, and have the best wishes cf a host of rlends. Mrs. Deiter- Ing is the Bancroft correspondent of The Algona Upper Des Moines. ELDORA DAU, WHITTEMORE, BRIDE OF HERBERT ZUMACH, SUNDAY AFTERNOON Harry Holmes Is driving a new Dodge ecently from the Elbert Garage. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Bchulte and 'amlly spent Sunday In Humboldt where they visited relatives. John Ban- has been moved from the General hospital to the Henry Johannsen. Jr., home and Is doing fine at >resent. Mrs. Eugene Walston of Myersfall, WWhlngton, sister \of Omfer Clearyi rrlved here Monday of last week for a visit here. Mrs. V. O. Mlllarkey of Chicago •eaves today for her (home after being a guest of Mrs. Edythe L. Dalley since ast Thursday. Marjorie Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mis. George Johnson, spent the week end at Lone Rock where she visited Imogene Roderick. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Reynolds of Ellsworth were In Algona Saturday and Sunday visiting at the home of their daughter, Mrs. A. W. Amunson. Mrs. Fred TJrch of West Concord, Minnesota, drove here Saturday and eturned on Sunday afternoon to her home with her father, L. T, Griffin. Mr. Griffin suffered a stroke recently from which he Is slowly Improving. Mr. and Mrs. John Klataske of Greenleaf, Kansas, are visiting their cousin, Mrs. Harry Winkle, and other relatives. They were particularly Impressed with the fine condition of the ax>ps here as they have nothing in Kansas. W. T. Daughan, Roy McMahon and his mother, Mrs. Nellie McMahon left Monday for Illinois where Mrs. McMahon will visit friends hi Mollne, and the two men will attend the world's (air at Chicago. They expect to return Saturday. Mrs. H. T. Miller will return to her home In Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, next Saturday after visiting with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Janse, during the summer. Mrs. Janse plans to accompany her daughter as far as Des Moines. Mrs. Mary Murtha and daughters. Clara, and Mrs. Ann Frank! and her son, Tom, and Lyda Meyers drove to Clear Lake Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Murtha remained there for a week's visit with her son, Frank, but the rest of the party returned that evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Goeders spent a few days the first of the week in St. Paul visiting their daughter, Mn;. Kennedy and family. Kenneth Frankl, who U employed at the Akre grocery, drove their car for them. Kenneth's brother, Tom, helped out at Akres' during his absence. George Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Harris, returned here to his nome Monday evening after finishing four years in the navy. Mr. Harris was employed on the U. S. S. Lexington and for the past three months was stationed at Norfolk, Virginia. Enroute home he stopped at Chicago for a few days to attend the Worlds Fair. Mr. and Mrs. James Moore and daughter, Patty, spent Sunday at Spirit Lake fishing. Katfherine MoUnroe left for Iowa City Monday to resume her studies at the University of Iowa. Mrs. Sam Smith and Mrs. Mary C.aing are visiting friends and relatives In Denlson, Iowa, this week. Lucille Jehue of IngJewobd, California, arrived here Saturday and is a guest of her aunt, Mrs. E. R. Morrison. Misses Nellie and Jean Devlne of Humboldt came WVJdnesdlHy evening for a few days visit with Mrs. Ethel Morrison. Rex Nelson, secretary to Senator L. J. Dickinson, left the first of the week for Wellington, D. C.. after spending the summer In Algona. Roland Bode, 11 year eld son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bode, was operated on Itor, appendicitis at J"l:30 Saturday night at Che Kossuth hospital. M. P. Christiansen took Mrs. Christiansen to Rochester, Minnesota, on Monday morning and Mrs. Christiansen will enter the Mayo clinic again for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Puth have rented furnished apartment at Britt, where Mr. Puth and ills crew of telephone construction men will be stationed. They left last week. Donal Dewel and Perry White left Tuesday for Iowa City where they will be students at the university. Each has about a year of work to complete. The boys took part of their college work in Washington, D. C. Mrs. F. C. Scanlan, Mrs. P. J. Koolhaas, Mrs. Joe Kelly, Mrs. Will Daughan of Algona and Mrs. Karl Hoffman of Bancroft, attended the Spencer fair last Thursday. They were accompanied by Mrs. Ralph Horlgfcnv who spent the remainder of the week with her husband In Spencer. Omer deary of this city suffered a stroke Wednesday afternoon of last we-tk while he was working on the John Crowell farm north of Burt. He was taken Immediately to the Kossuth hospital and his condition Is very serious. Mr. Cleary, who Is 74 years old, is now paralyzed on his left side. Mr. and Mrs. Marion L. Rist and two children, Lawrence and Marilyn, returned to their home In Spokane, Washington, Wednesday morning of this week after a week's visit with the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Rlst. Over the week end, Mrs. Rist visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Petty in Eldora. • George Harris came home Sunday from the navy where he had spent four years on the airplane transport, Lexington, which Is a sister ship of the Saratoga. He Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Harris of South Minnesota street, and a brother of Kenneth Harris, manager of the Super Service station. George has completed his term and Is not planning to reenlbt. Mrs. Anna Stockwell, who has been visiting in Algona the past two weeks, left Monday for Eagle Grove where she will visit her brother, T. J. WetSett and otrwr relatives before returning to her home in Long Beach, California. Her sister, Mrs. E. R. Purrtngton of Linton, North Dakota, who had been in Algona a few days, accompanied h<r to Eagle Grove. Harry Winkle came home Thursday from Little Falls, Minnesota, where he had spent a few days with his mother. Mrs. Caroline Winkle, and his two sisters, Alice and Nettie. Harry went up to help them do a little repair work on the farm which they operate themselves. He accompanied his cousin, Mrs. 8. P. Johnson of Milner, South Dakota, to Little Falls from here. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lavrenz, Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast, Gottlieg Gronbach, Mrs. Henry SteUssy, Mir. and Mrs. Gottfried Strieker, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hackbarth, Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hintz, Mrs. Marie Sorensen, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wegener, Mrs. Ernestine Bast and Miss Alma Bast attended the mission festival of the Lutheran church at Lu- Veme last Sunday. Committed to Cherokee Henry Nealand of Burt was committed to Cherokee, Tuesday, following a hearing. Bridal Couple Left on Trip To Chicago, Wisconsin After Wedding die little one has bwn named Mnrv Jotvn. The Fandels now have two girls. Roy HiRley, who is attending a bar- XTS school in DPS Moines, sprnt the week end here visiting »t the home of Us parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harve Hisey. Mrs. Tim O'Brien and daughter, Mftrv Joyce, spent several davs the nast week in Milwaukee vlsittne the form- ?r's mother, Mrs. M. J. Connors and Whlttemore: A wry nrettv weddlne took olace Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the St. Paul's Lutheran church when Miss Eldora Dau. daush- ter of Mrs. w. F. Dau and Herbert ZumacJi, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Zumach. were united in marriaec. The ceremony was performed bv Rev. W. H. Discher, trastor of the church. The bride waa beautiful in B white orRandv. ankle length dress with a full length, carj-fashloned veil and carried a bridal bouauet of white as- tcrs and talisman roses. Her sister. Miss Alice Dau. acted as bridesmaid and wore an ankle lenffth ereen or- eandv dre.=s and carried a bouauet of white asters. Vclma Dau. small sister of the bride and Alice Zumach. sister of the bridegroom, acted as flower girls. They wore orcfhid and vellow oreandv dresses and carried bouauets of mixed flowers. Lawrence Gade. friend of the groom, acted BS best. man. After the ceremony a reception was heW at tit? churtih wli«r>e all the friends of the bridal couole who came to witness the cercmonv offered congratulations and best wishes. Later the weddine partv and (ruests went to he home of the bride's mother and dinner was served, the Misses Vera Dau and Viola Schumacher acting as able waitresses. The voune couple left on a honeymoon trio through Wisconsin and on their return trip will visit the Century of Prowess Exposition In Chicago. Guests at the reception w«te Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rusch. Sr., and Mr. and ATS. Auorust Mielke. grandparents of he brldenroom. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Zumach and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hu. TO Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dau. Hr. and Mrs. Frank Jereens and son. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stfruecker. Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher and son. Norman, Prof, and Mrs. H. W. Behnke. Vlr. and Mrs. Paul Jessen and Miss Leon a Drever. Aturust Roeber ts reported ill at the home of his brother. William Roeber and family. Mrs. Mathilda Ward Is seriously 111 at the home of her daughter. Mrs Mike Koppen and family. Theodore Pompe had the misfortune <o fall while dolne his chores and dis- ocate his left shoulder. Miss Cornell Kollasch and Tom Cog. ey of Bancroft, visited at the Tonv Schmltt home Saturday evenlnc. Mr. and Mrs. George Dahlke of Manson spent Wednesday here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Weir. Mr. and Mrs. Ole McDowell of Sheldon were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mallorv and family. Mesdames James Kelso. Nell Farrell Thomas Ford and J. S. Cullen visited relatives and friends In EmmetsburH Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meehan returned home Tuesday after a ten day visit with relatives and friends at Ravana. Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Htlbert and Bon of LuVeroe visited the former's mother. Mrs. Emma Hubert nnd family Sunday. Mrs. Emily Heldenwlth of Lone Rock came Sundav for an extended visit at the home of her sons. Arthur Helden- wlth and family. Mrs. J. F. McCreerv, sons Forbes and Jack of Fonda spent Tuesdav here visiting at Uie Harve Daily and Dr. McCrewv homes. Mrs. M. W. Brennan of Emmetsburg spent several davs the oast week at the Arthur Fandel home, helping care for the new babv. Mrs. E. J. Butler, dauirtiter Ruth Ann and Miss Eileen O'Brien visited the letter's mother. Mrs. Catherine O'Brien and family Sundav. Mr. and Mrs. Tonv Katewskl are the nroud parents of a babv irirl born on Thursday, Sept. 13. The little one has been named Madonna Mac. Mr. and Mrs. Hennan Voist and family drove to Mason Citv and were accompanied home by th«5r daughter. Miss Rosella and Rosella Neu. Martin Duff. Sr., Andrew Btustrcxm and Henry Frombach returned home the last of the week after spending a month touring through the west. Mr. and Mrs. Frombach of Emrnets- burg. and Mr. and Mrs. Potter of Jefferson were Sundav guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flnnell. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fandel arc the parents of a babv girl born Monday. Howard Rntllffe of Humboldt Is working In the Zumnch meat and grocery store during the absence of Herbert Zumach Who Is away on his hon- •vmoon. Mrs. Wm. Relmers. daughter Lucille and sister. Miss Ava Simpson drove o Ames Sundav. Miss Lucille remained In Aim* to attend college. This is her fourth year. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elbert. daugh- ers, Carmel, Dorothy and Evelvn and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Elbert and fam- ly of Algona visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. W- Fandel and fam- Iv Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Barllett and George Gengler spent several davs the past week visiting relatives P"- 1 nttend- ntr the Centurv of Progress in Chicago. Mr. Bartlctt's brother. Mavn- ard. a student at the University in Cincinnati. Ohio, met them in Chicago Mrs. Mnrv Chains, daughter Evelvn and son Edward of Clare, vttited at the- home of Dr. and Mrs. J. W« McCreerv Sunday. Miss Mary Chain*, who has spprit. the past two week* here visiting and her sister. Miss Ey-olvn. left Sunday evening for Chicago to attend the Centurv of Progress. 2 Kossuth Women At District Legion Auxiliary Meeting Tftfcnkfc: Mrs. Esther Afkin, Mrs. Ray Bonacker, Mrs. Horace Schenck and Mrs. W. J. Den ton, attended the county school of Instruction of the American Legion Auxiliary units held at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Lease, county chairman of Wesley. Mrs. Lease conducted tho school of instruction to her county executive board consisting of all county officers and newly elected unit presidents. The 8th district school of instruction of the American Legion Auxiliary unite held at the Warden hotel at Fort Dodffe, Saturday, September 15th with Lconc Undcrkoflcr of Britt presiding. Mrs. Myrtle Lea.se of Wesley and Mrs. Sadie benton of Tltonka represented Kossuth county White's Grocery Week-End Specials Cookies, plain, 2 Ibs. 25c Tall Milk, 3 cans 18c Cleanser, 3 cans __ lOc Coffee, good drink, Ib. — 19c Brooms, very good 39c Laundry Soap, 5 bars lOc Toilet Paper, 3 rolls lOc Pork and Beans, 4 cans PUBLIC SALE of HOUSEHOLD GOODS The following household goods will be sold at auction on Saturday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. Lconore Peck on 513 North Thorington street formerly known as the old Clark Peck home. 3 piece leather set, 1 leather couch, Excelltone player piano with 40 rolls, china closet, sideboard, 3 piece light colored bedroom suit, 3 piece dark colored bedroom suite, bronze bed, small dresser, book case, 2 nigs, feather bed, kitchen table, high back chairs, 2 yellow cane bottom chairs, dresser, kitchen cabinet, rocking chairs, 1 large blue roaster, hall tree, walnut, stands, oval stand, what-not, heavy shawl, porch chairs, odd dishes, white wood bed, 2 mattresses, 4 pillows, music box, dress form. Also other household good too numerous to mention. TKHMS—Cash. No property to be removed until settled for. Clark Peck Estate R. F. Donovan, Clerk II M. Oohvell, Auct. Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Cratty of Anie. uud grandchildi'tn, Betty and Jta Murtugh of Ito Moint'-s arrived in Al KOIXU Pridiiy and spent the week cud litre. Mr. arid Mrs. Cratty's daughter, Mrs. C. B. Murtgah of Des Momts> U visiting here at tlie present. The Crat. lya were iiccoSiipaiiied by Mrs. Mtl i-eu.'rjjuu, who had come from Newport. Kh-de Island, wliere bl» had spent the summer, to Des Molued for a visit- with her parents. Mr. Peterson will visit here weeks and will theu go to Bremerton. Washington, where Uie JVter&ons will live. 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