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The Jan. 7,1937 WnTOKE SPORTSMEN BAG TWO FOXES WBfG EVENT, SUNDAY 38 St&t in dm Hunt; Two Other Animals Escaped Whlttemore: The sportsmen ef "Whtttemore decided to stage a fox bunt Saturday and Sunday afternoon 38 men with guns and clubs turned out to go after the sly old •.fox. A section was surrounded and in the first section two were sighted but could not be cornered In the ring, The men took in the next section and got both foxes In the ring and they were both bagged after a half hour of chasing them back and forth and when the next section was covered two more were seen but the roads were blocked at •various places and the hunters • could h6t get together to form a complete circle. •Appfcftdlx Removed Duane Sheppard, son Of Mr. atu Mrs. Earl Sheppard, was operated on for appendicitis Thursday aft errioon at the McCreery hospital in wMtemtife. condition is A nntnSw of relatives o* Mr. and Mr*. ffefHttui Vdlgtst «pent Friday evening el thelf home at Cftfds. those who »#ew present wete: Mr. and Mrs. Archie Vdgnt and son, Jam**, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and daughter, tiksrtrude, Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidehwlth and MO, Bite- worth, MM. Lloyd Walker, Mrs. , ClarelM* of CM*ft*f, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potrat* and son BJdward, Mt. and Mrs. Oeo. Meyer, daughters Helen and Verda, the Geo. Bchultes, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte and fidna and Elate*. A lunch was sewed later in the evening. __ P. L. Jessen Is reported on thi sick list Chris Meyer, Who was confined to his bed for a week is improv ing now. Raymond Neu, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Neu is still In a critical condition with malta fever; fidna Schultz and daughter, El- aine, spent several days at Herman Voights last week. Will Roeber is on the sick list Itfa. Roeber, who was confined to her bed last Week, is Improving. Mrs. Nick Geelan, Mary and Geo. 3eelan of Ruthven spent last Thursday at the Jim Geeiari home. Beatrice Knecht of LaCrosse, Wls., spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Knecht. Mr. and Mrs. Werner Brafttz spent Sunday at Irvington with Mrs. Bfaatz'8 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spfong. Mr. and Mrs. John Haag of Thompson visited at the home of Mrs. Josephine Haag and other relatives recently. John Linenbach returned to Glen Haven, Wls., after spending the holidays at the home of his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Geelan. He went by rail Wednesday evening. >h>! DON STRUTHERS, OTTOSEN, WEDS News Items ofBurt Vicinity STARTING THE NEW YEAR - with — CREAT VALUES ^ THRIFT SHOPPERS YOUNG ST BENEDICT FOLKS WED DEC. 29 Irene Gink Becomes bride of Arthur Klein. To '• Live Near Wesley St Benedict: In a pretty wedding ceremony on Tuesday morning, Dec. 29, at 8 o'clock at the church here. Miss Irene Clnk became the bride of Arthur Klein, Rev. H. B. Kramer officiating. Miss Cink is the only daughter of Bride and Groom Are Ames Students in Junior Class Ottosen: Helen Goodner, daughter of Mr. and Mr* O. D. Goodner of Ames, became the bride of Donald K. Struthers, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Struthers of Ottosen, In a pretty church ceremony Wednesday afternoon in the Collegiate Methodist church. The single ring service was read at four o'clock by the Rev. G. S. Nichols, pastor of the church, In the presence of relatives and Intimate friends. A short recital was played on the organ as guests were assembling. The wedding march from Lohengrin was played as the processional and Mendelssohn's march was used as the recessional. The bride was charming In a frock of blue velvet and her flowers were a corsage of Johanna Hill roses. The couple was 'attended by Jeanette Moore of Boone and LeRoy Adams of Ottosen. A reception was held in the faculty lounge of the Memorial Union after the ceremony. Christmas colors and a beautifully decorated bride's cake formed the centerpiece. Lights from a decorated Christmas tree lighted the room. After the bride cut the first piece of cake, Alma McCurdy of Oskaloosa served the remainder of the Bach From Bast Mrs. Helen Peters and daughter, Mary Lee, returned Monday from a two weeks' visit with the Frenchs In Philadelphia and Mrs. Peters' cousin, Julia Bourne In New York City. Postmistress Injured Mrs. Maude Hanna, postmistress, broke the large bone of her left arm near the shoulder Monday morning, when she stumbled over a mail sack, while helping put up the morning mall. She was taken to Algona for an x-ray, which disclosed the fracture. Leona Fitch Weds Leona Fitch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fitch, Seneca, and John A. Weiland, Britt, were married at the Lutheran parsonage Friday afternoon. Jan. 1. They will make their home at Hutchins. Rrhehah Installation Mrs. Paul Macauley, district deputy president, and her installing team, installed Rebekah officers at Algona Monday evening and at Titonka Tuesday evening. A joint Odd Fellow and Rebekah installation will be held here Thursday evening. Jan. 7. Andrew Peterson, Titonka, Is district deputy grandmaster. Mrs. Fred Gayer and two daughters, Rock Valley, visited Thursday at the A. F. Carter home. She Is Mrs. Carter's aunt. The S. E. Straleys, Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brace were New Year's day dinner guests at the G. E. Brace home. John Carter, who Is with the CCC at Bancroft, hag been spending a week's vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Carter. The Dale Dundas family moved the first of the week Into the Mrs Tressle Ringsdorf house, recently vacated by the Cecil Godfredsons. The Dr. MontgonWrys left Monday for a several days' absence nt Iowa City and Jefferson. Dr. Montgomery is connected with the CCC camp nt Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. William Welsbrod and son. Donald, Fenton, and Flor ence Weisbrod, DCS Moines, wer< dinner guests Saturday at the Rev Geo. Wessel home. Mrs. Leonard Schmidt and t\v children returned to their homo a Bode Sunday after spending week with Mrs. Scmidt's parent? Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore. Mrs. Mary Steward, Macauley, the Ralph Thursday morning, first child. Sr., family. Emll Arndorfer, Paris Fashion Shoes $1.99 and $2.60 draitically reduced to bring you many WORTH-WHILE SAVINGS! Every Itylc...ma- terial . . . color you wantl • • ALL SIZES When in need of glasses have your eyes thoroughly examined to* DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. **»*, Mr. and Mra. Joseph Cink, north of town farmers. Arthur Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Klein of near Wesley. Both have been born and reared In this vicinity. The bride was attired In a white satin ankle length dress and a cap- shaped veil. She carried a bouquet of calla lilies and fems. Her attendant was Helen Klein, sister of the groom, who was attired in an ankle length navy blue velvet dress and carried a bouquet of mixed flowers and ferns. The groom was attended by Dennis Goeddertz of Sexton. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served to the bride's parents. In the evening they entertained their many friends at a dance at the Klelnpeter hall in Wesley, After Jan. 1 they will make their home on the groom's father's farm, which he has rented. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ludwlg are tlte happy parents of a baby boy born cake. Miss Moore poured. Mrs. Struthers Is a graduate of the New Sharon high school and is now a junior student in the home economics department of Iowa State College. Mr. Struthers, a graduate of the Ottosen high school, Is a junior student in agricultural engineering. The couple will be at home after Jan. 4 In an apartment at 2811 West street, Ames. Rural Club Party A Christmas and New Year's party was held by the Ladies' Rural club members and families at the school house Thursday evening. The evening was spent in playing cards. A grab bag was had and a delicious midnight lunch was served. Hosts at Bridge Mr. and Mrs. Al Steahle entertained a week ago Monday evening at three tables of bridge. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith, Dr. and Mrs. Montgomery and Miss Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Boettcher and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Sauermann. On Tuesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Pratt entertained the following at dinner followed by bridge, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Sauermann, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Boettcher, J. T. Heaney and Mrs. Al Steahle. the Pau Steward and Mr." and Mrs. Myron Meinze were New Tear's dinner guests a the Harold Steward home. The Ladles' Aid society meets Wednesday afternoon In the Methodist church parlors. Mra. C. B. Chlpman, Mrs. Roy Clark and Mrs. C. S. Coffin are the hostesses. Esther Hodgson, who was seriously ill last week with flu followed by hives and other complications, is Improving slowly. She has been in the care of a trained nurse. George Hqhroeder visited from Friday to Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder. He and his brother, John, returned to their school work at Ames Sunday. The Clifford Holdings visited at the Elmer Klenltz home at Lakota Sunday. The Art Fandels Mrs. F. L. Pratt took her daughter, Marilda, back where she tenches. to Runnells, They left on This IB their t Mr. and Mrs. John Wltte, Jr., of Chicago, and Miss Ann Wltte of Des Mrtnea spent Christmas, with their parents, the J. M. Witte. Return to School Those who have returned to accompanoled by his sisters, Lenora and Alfrieda and Sister Mary Arsenta, drove to Dubuque New Year's day where Alfrteda will enter the St Francis convent. A miscellaneous «h school after spending the holidays with their parents are as follows: Donald Wehrspann returned to Vaparlso University at Valparaiso, Indiana; Roy Kramer to Iowa State College at Ames; Mlllard Storesund to Iowa University at Iowa City; Lorraine Bergum to Waldorf at Forest City; Enid Richards to the University of Minnesota, at Minneapolis; Jack Bakke to Iowa State Teachers' College at Cedar Falls; Russell Klnseth to Chllllcothe Business College at ChilUcothe, Missouri. Will Wehrspann Home Will Wetyripanril who 27, honoring Irene Clnk, who was f e ii O n him, was able to be remov married to Arthur Klein Dec. 3f>. e d to his home from the Luther- About 30 pairs of black and brown, STRAP SLIPPERS. Values to $2.89 _ medium heel ..$1.59 Silk Print Dresses .$3.99 .$2.99 All new clever stylings and colors. Sizes 12 to 44 and only A CLEAN-UP OP SILK DRESSES— 12 garments, late styles Knit Dresses Just a few of them. Values to 96.00. $2.98 More Dresses and TWIN SWEATEES Values to $4.00 $1.98 Fine High Grade Black or Brown Kid Skin—Medium Heel Oxford* AAA to C, sizes 5 to 9. These are Pontiac "Poise Balance", regular $5.85 shoes—a special purchase enables us to offer CQ QB these for only, pair ««rw«w*r A few 100 per cent wool flannel lounging Robes Reg. $5.95. Sale price $3.95 She received many lovely gifts. Cards were played with MVs. Al Rosenmeyer receiving high In bridge and Mrs. Vincent Kellner high In five hundred. A delicious lunch was served later In the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cink at- a surprise farewell party New Year's evening, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Klein at the Klein home, where a large crowd of neighbors and old friends gathered. Cards were played and lunch was served later in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Klein with their daughter, Helen and son left Saturday morning for Alabama where they will make their future home. Edward and Lev! Rosenmeyer, with their sister, Mrs. Ilda Dome, of Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada, came Dec. 23, to spend Christmas with their mother, Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer. Sister Mary DeSales of Savannah, 111., another daughter, ame the same day to visit her mother, and other relavties. Sister DeSales returned to her home last Thursday. Mrs. Rosenmeyer, who recently fell and hurt her hip, is slowly improving. an hospital at Fort Dodge Monday afternoon. He will be conflue'd to his bed for some time. Warm Knit Pajamas and GOWNS Made by Rollins to sell "» 98 $1.69 Portland Twp. &tfefQt^^ Marjorle Baas spent Sunday night with her friend, Thelma Bristow. Lorraine Lohse visited the past week With her sister, Mrs. August Robinson, Swea City. Bob and Eleanor Fraser, south of Titonka, visited last week at the Victor Applegate hornet Joan McWhorter is still suffering from .streptococcus) infection Mr. and Mrs. Donald Struthers visited at the W. Struthers home over the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kramer and family were New Year's dln- nsr guests in Humboldt. Miss Blanche Henrlkson, who teaches at Lone Rock, spent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henrikson and family were New Year's dinner guests at the Tom Olson home at Bode. Elmer Wehrspann, who teaches at LuVerne, returned to his duties after spending the holidays with his parents. Lee Holt left for Des Moines Monday where he will begin his job as a license examiner for the Iowa patrol. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hantelman and daughter, Salina, and Mrs Bruhn of Fenton visited at the Will Wehrspann home Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Loran Daniels and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard' Jacobs and daughter of West Bend spent New Year's day at the Peter Holt home. / Mr. and Mrs. J. Van Busklrk and daughters, Lee Holt and Jack Bakke wiere New Year's dinner guests at the Van Busklrk home in West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. J. Van Busklrk and daughter, Dorothy, Barbara Cave, Miles Helmen and Lee Holt were dinner guests at the Harold Jacobson home Monday evening. A New Year's party was given by Vivian and Dennis Purdy to 20 friends Monday evening. The evening was spent in paying cards Friday, spending Friday night with relatives at Ellsworth. Mrs. Pratt returned Sunday. Miss Eva Whitney, who had been confined to her home for a number of weeks following a fall, was able to resume her duties as primary teacher Monday, but Is still obliged to use crutches. The Lutheran church will hole Its annual congregational meeting Wednesday of this week at which reports of last year's work will be given and officers for the coming year will be elected. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott en tertalned the following at New Year's dinner: Rev. and Mrs. A. f. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Jensen, Al gona, the Will Raths, Mr. and Mrs James Knoll, the O. P. Hawcotts and Mrs. Bertha Wallace, Mra. Clara Olson and two daugh ters returned Saturday from a ten days' visit with relatives at Waterloo and Mrs. Olson's sister, Mrs. Evanson at Story City. Harry McChane and daughter, Evelyn, also At- Qf R»n»rlirt returned from a visit with relatives J\1 OI. DeneuiC* t Water ioo and Iowa Falls. spent New Year's day at the Roy Schlltz home in Bancroft Mrs. Bertha Koestler entertained at four tables of bridge a week ago Tuesday evening. The Epworth League had a watch night party at the home of Vera Chlpman Thursday evening. Edward Chaffee has been quite 111 for the past week, was threatened with pneumonia, but Is somewhat Improved. Evelyn Blerstedt has been absent from her duties at Smith's store several days, being among the flu victims. The E. A. lUffs returned Sunday from Lockhart, Texas, where they have spent the holidays with a married daughter. LuVerne Man Weds Emma Rahm Friday and Saturday, January 8 and 9 QUANTITY BEEF SALE! During the winter months many homes and boradlns; house* can use n. quarter of boef at a quantity price. Inspect the beef on sale for thU week end. FRONT QUARTER OF BETF pound lie HIND QUARTER OF BEEF pound 13c BEEF STEAK During our week end steak sale we price Sirloin, Round, Porter House and Short Cut Steaks at 21c per pound. BEEF ROASTS Pound «o and 12C FRESH BEEF TO BOIL BOLOGNA WEINERS Pound Ring and large long, pound Per pound 20c was solemnized at the Catholic 1 Year's eve party: Mr. and Mrs church in St Benedict last week George Koestler, Mr. and Mrs. Will Wednesday morning with Father Kramer officiating. Attendants were Rita Rahm, Carroll, sister of the bride, and Henry Hellck, St. Benedict. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the home of Magnus Rahm, brother of the bride. A wedding dance was held at Corwlth that evening. Mrs. Wm. Hill returned Monday from several days' visit with relatives at Fort Dodge. Bcnona Neal left Monday morning for Iowa City to begin work in the education extension department Jennie Mason and Paul Meyer returned Monday from a holiday visit at the Emit Meyers home at Chester Center. The Albert Schneiders were New Year's guests at the J. L. Eustace Pineapple Full ripe, matched slices of Plantation Pineap- S 'e. Very special price for this sale. The large o. 2V2 can for only 17c. Ex. Standard Corn During this sale wls sell real quality corn at the prevailing price on just ordinary corn ™° regular No. 2 can for lOc. Sweet Prunes Medium size Prunes that require but little sugar. Lay in a supply for the winter. A big 4- lb. bag for 22c. , The home at Gear Lake. Arthur Clean-Up Sale on smart pretty House Slippers Satins, velvets, felts. Values to 9&C Sale price __ Children's Sheepskin Bunny Slippers Sizes 6 to 2, worth 76c. On sale $1.50- «W "** Children's Heavy Calfskin Oxfords, medium wide, pair Silk Hose—Pure silk, first quality, full- fashioned, service or chiffon, pair Three snap first quality Galoshes, $119 black or brown, pair <* « » • w yur trimmed at — —IMS of her throat and yellow jaundice. Tena Leek is at the home of her sister, Mrs. Albert Metzger, near Algona, helping care for her niece, Joan. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Seip and two daughters of Irvington spent New Year's day with the Clyde Bristow family. Qearge Patterson, eon Donald, and the former's brother, Charles, and son were Des Moines callers Friday. The small daughter of the Lloyd Bartle.tU is seriously ill with bronchitis. A nurse came Monday to take care of her. New Year's guests at the Victor Applegate home were C. B. Applegate, father of Victor, and three other relatives, all of Corwlth. Mr. and Mrs. August Robinson and daughter, Joan, Swea City, and Ulsa Wanda Waltman were New Year's guests of the Tony Lohse family. The youngest children of the Victor Applegate* axe visiting the Elmer Potters at Algona. The baby Is quite ill but will be able to come home in a few days. Victor Applegate U still in bed with bronchitis. The Dwight Potter family was ill with influenza last week. All of them have recovered except the oldest son, Dean. Other flu patients are Mrs. O. O. UcFarland, Wai/ Waltman and the small daughter of the Louis BartletU and games. A delicious lunch was served. New Year's dinner guests at the Percy Watnem home were Mrs Mitsven and family of Bode, Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Hanson anc children of Whlttemore and Mr and Mrs. Peter Watnem and their daughters. Road Tb* There was no church at Doan Sunday due to the snow and bad roads. Lawrence Goetz returned to Chicago Saturday forenoon, having spent a week with relatives The Weekly Wednesday 500 club was entertained at the A. B. Ven- :eicher home last week with five tables of cards. Fred Glrres has been in bed for the past week with an attack of neuritis, which affects the leg he had broken last spring. The Chas. Barrickman and Bruce Eckhart families of Algona spent New Years with the ladies' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson. Maxine Wood, student nurse at Carroll, came home New Year'b night to remain until Sunday aft- «rnoon with her parents, Mr. and Mra. Ed Wolf. Mary Ann Ventelcher, who is employed at LaCrosse, Wis., came l«st week Wednesday «veninf and spent New Yean with her parents Krauses spent the day at the F. Krause home, Renwick. Philip Stoddard, St. Anthony*, and Mrs. Geo. Stoddard, Renwick, spent last week Wednesday at the Wm. Biglngs home. Barbara Jane Moseley, Goldfleld, was a guest on Wednesday at the Irvln Chapmans. Mrs. Walter Hefti and Marilyn, Fort Dodge, visited at the Geo. ilerkle home several days last week. Wilma Merkle who at- .ends business college at Fort Dodge, went back to school Monday. The Hiko Karels who moved to L,uVerne from near Irvington last March, are moving to a farm between Swea City and Ledyard this week. Ed Klassi and son moved back to their farm southeast of town last week. Vernon Lang, LeMars and Carl Lang, Westfleld, were LuVerne callers Friday. Chas. Boyles, Fort Dodge, were dinner guests at the Harry Von Draskaa. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Graham, Fort Dodge, spent Thursday and Friday at the Dr. R. L. Corbins. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Tiede, Mr and Mrs. Carl Goetsch. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lichty, Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Meyer and Mrs. Pearl Conway were guests at a watch party at the Chas. Wolf home Thursday evening. The same group had New Year's dinner at the Goetsch home. Kenneth Bockes and Bobby Wermerson spent part of their vacation with relatives at Algona. Heerdt, Hector, Minn., Mr. an'd Mrs. P. W. Kollasch, Mrs. Bertha Koestler and Oscar Anderson, New Rtchland, Minn. Mr. Anderson visited at the Blelch home until Saturday. Mrs. Albert Woodard. Oskaloosa, Mrs. David McKee, Billings, Mont., Henry Klenltz, Bridge, Mont., and Emma Gutknecht, Lakota, were dinner guests last week Tuesday at the R. A. Blelch home. On Wednesday, Ed and Fred Kienltz, Avo- rii, Wis., were the guests at the Emll Leek home. They had been called here to attend the Herbert Kicnitz funeral at GnSbta. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Chlpman and son, Jerry, spent from Friday to Sunday nt the E. O. Chlpman home. They came with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Manus, who visited Albert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Manus. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sc'hrader and Clayton Schrader also spent the week end here, the Albert Schraders at the M. L. Vln- aas home and Clayton with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Schrader. The above visitors are all from Milwaukee, Wis. a special prtceol for 26c. Cookies you enjoy with coffee and with gelatin dessert or ice cream. Peanut Butter Economical spread for bread. Use Council Oak Peanut Butter in baking recipes. Special price of22con the full 2-lb. jar. MORNING LIGHT Pork & Beans An excellent substitute for high priced potatoes. Why not put away a winter's supply at our sale price of 9c on the large 27-oz. can. f^^tt**** Our "Red Bag" A*7r» VsOtiee Pound 17c-3 Ibs. .** * C CAMAY TOILET SOAP, cake 5c WALTKE LAVA SOAP, cake 8c Jinvmy and Beverly Smith spent the week at Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Zuetlau are staying at the Chas. Benner farm near Corwith while the Benners go on a trip which includes visits at Chicago, Washington, D. C., and Palm Beach, Fla. the A. B. Ventecihera. She returned Monday a. m. to LaCrosse. Grandma Kyth, mother of Mrs Jerome Hawkins, who lives with them, has been ill the past week with a light attack of pneumonia. Dr. Adams of Wesley is the attending pbyaicien. and tier condition at this writing Is about the same. Aline Martinek returned home from Chicago Sunday forenoon accompanied by Mrs. Margaret Hoff- mattter, who spent the day at the A. J. Mkrtinek home. They returned to Corwith Sunday afternoon where both are on the teaching faculty. To Our Patrons We are pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. R. K. ITut- zell to .succeed Mr. Matt Murtha as Mct'ormick-Ueeriiitf Store Manager at Algona, Iowa. Mr. Murtha has been transferred to another territory. We wish to take this opportunity of thanking you for your generous patronage of our store under the management of Mr. Murtha, and we bespeak for Mr. Hut/dl the same hearty support and eoope ration. Mr. Ilutzell has had many years experience as a Harvester em- ploye and in calling on the farm trade. You will find Mr. Ilutzell thoroughly familiar with the Harvester line and territory requirements. As quickly as possible, Mr. Hutxell will call upon the trade and in the meantime, we invite you to continue to make our store at Algona your headquarters. Very truly yours, International Harvester Company MASON CITY, IOWA, BRANCH HOUSE M. C. Lawson, Branch Manager.

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