The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1937 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1937
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jrhe_Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 18,1937 Mr, arid Mrs. Theodore Huteh Jsoh drove to Dee Moines Wednes •day on a business trip. Atatt Latnuth returned Tuesda evening from Excelsior Sprint after a month's vacation. Mrs. E J. Murtefh left Wednes tor)es Moines for a week - • — --••—»* *.wa c* WCCIV visit with her daughter, Josephine Mrs. Elmer Phillip, left Thurs •day for Clarion to be with a siste m-law while her husband Is In th hospital. V. H. Coffin was held up at Ma *on City on his way home Satur day evening by patrolmen becaus of the Icy roads. Ruth Jones, teacher at Ledyard spent the week end as guest o her sisters, Mrs. Delmar McFadden and Mrs. Edward Genrich. Phil Kohlhaas will spend th week end with his family. Phil i the Kossuth county representativ to -the state legisature in De Moines. Mrs. Agnes Cook Of Fairmont, Minnesota, returned to her horn Friday after visiting a month at thi home of her sister, Mrs. Grac Blanchard. Sunday Elmer Phillips drove a far as Clarion to join his wife with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynk, who wen on to Belmond to spend the day vlsftlng friends. Ruth Turner and Mildred Bran dow spent the week end at Des Moines vlslUngf:-:flrt*nds and rel«- atives. They also Visited the two Des Moines business schools. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloom and son Dickie, will leave Friday for St Paul, where they win spend a week at the Coast to Coast convention • and visiting Mrs. Bloom's brothers the Melameds. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ouderian drove to Minneapolis Tuesday because of the serious illness of Mr Ouderlan's mother, Mrs. Ida Gud- «*ian, who it) in the Deaconness hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt and the former's brother, Carl, went to -Des Moines today on business. They planned to stop at Ames for a short visit with their daughter. Esther, •who is a student at Iowa State Col- Jege. H. Chris Jensen of Mllbank, South Dakota, Is visiting for two weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker. His son, Duane, Is living with the Beckers this winter and attending the Algona .schools. Don Hutchison and J. H. Hoppe, commander and adjutant, respectively of Hagg Post will go to Des JVtolnea Sunday to attend the state commanders' and adjutants' meet- in* which Is to be held there the first of the week. Vernon Kohlluuw, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas, can be heard every day from radio station 7X 81 ? "* Iowa Clty - '«»» ":80 until 12:00 noon. Vernon gives the "Farm Flashes" every day at this time except Sunday and Monday. He J* a student at the Iowa University. T - t Iowa Falls Friday on a business errand. H. C. Hargreaves attended a Standard Oil meeting at Mason City Wednesday. Lulu Kohl spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George ROhl of Union township. Mrs. Gordon Kuhn spent Wednesday in Emmetsburg as a ftueat of her sister, Mrs. Plum. Van Ness & Stillmnn.have out up a fine new sign outside of their offices in the Helse building. Dr. and .Mrs. 3. O i Japwrt'te of Kurt were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cljps-'Odle. Virginia Am, pr,ployed at Sorcn- sen drug store, spt-nt Sundoy in tort Dodge with her parents. Ray Colberg, employed by Bert Deal, was called to Dows Sunday because of the serious illness of his father. George Graham of Sioux City was a dinner guest at the home of Mr and Mrs. Walter Jensen Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Waymon Closson of Mason City spent Sunday with the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A J. Hertlg. Divight Parsons returned to Algona, Wednesday, from Salem, Oregon, where he has been during the past month. Richard Post, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Post, returned to Iowa City, Tuesday, after spending the week end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Rising, and Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J E. Wilson of Titonka. Laura Hansen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hanson, spent Friday at Cedar Falls as a guest of her sister, Mrs. William Schwanke. E> ,E^ Eaton; fattier of W. D. Eaton, returned to his home at Sidney, Iowa. Wednesday after a two weeks' visit at the Eaton residence. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Haverly and daughters, June and Mary I^ou of Vr-.-Jloy, vei-cj guests r-ridpy evening if Mrs. Haverly's sister, Mrs. W. J. Jecker. Hugh Herman and Leon Merritt pent Tuesday and Wednesday at 'erry, Iowa, on business and as •uests of the latter's father, J. H. Merritt. Bert Stock went to State Center lunday to attend the funeral of a irother. Cliff Stock, 54, who died •londay. The burial was at Storm Lake. Mr. Stock leaves a wife and everal children. He has been gone rom Algona for the past 20 years, nd was formerly in the firm of lock Bros., meat market here. Carl Pratt came Wednesday for a eek's visit at the home of his rother, Dennis and family. Mr. s ratt is enroute home to Haynes, forth Dakota. He spent the past en days or two weeks In eastern Owa after attending the funeral f his father. Mr. Pratt brought father's remains tp Iowa' /rom South Dakota, where he died re- ently. Mrs- A. L. .Rlst Is v*ry seriomty ill at her home with heart trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Samp of Lake Mills spent Sunday with Mr. Samp's mother, Mrs. Andrew Godfredson. D. Wane Collins, Marine Larson, Betty Merritt, Marjorle Phillips ahd Barbara Haggard will drive to Ames, Saturday, to hear the symphony orchestra. Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Rtngfren- berg and daughter, and Mrs. Esther Helberg and children were Sunday [dinner guests of Amos Benson at Ringsted. * Mrs. Cecil Benmr, the former Virginia Good, Is visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. W. C. Good, this week. Mrs. Benner is now living at Anamosa. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jensen will entertain Mr. Jensen's cousin, Jessie Iverson, and Mrs. Jensen's sister, Sara Fowler, both of SioUx City over the week end. Mrs. P. V. Janse is at Oklahoma City visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harold T. Miller. She left last Friday and will spend the rest of the winter there. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cook, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. McMurray and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hargreaves were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Howie at Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hutchison and daughter, Joan, spent Sunday and Monday in Des Moines on business and as guests of Mrs. Hutchison's sister, Mrs. Frank Carroll. Reports from Nashville, Tennessee, bring us the good news that Betty Murtagh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, is out of danger and on the road to recovery. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald will leave today (Thursday) for Des Moines where they will spend the next few days attending the National Farm Institute on farm tenancy. At THE CALL, Sun.-Mon., Feb. 21-22 We Have Something to Crow About! Swift's Hatchery lias hofjun operations. Effective with TUESDAY, MARCH 2ND., Swift's Baby Chicks will l>e available. They will be available every Tuesday and Saturday thereafter. We pledge to continue the same strict policy of turning out only healthy sturdy chicks produced under the most strict and sanitary conditions. FOR HEALTHY CHICKS ORDER SWIFT'S CHICKS TODAY WE ALSO HANDLE A FULL LINE OF POULTBV FEEDS Swift & Company ALCrONA, IOWA VWWVWWVWl Thurs., Fri., Sat, Feb. 18-19-20 Sat. Matinee 1-3:30 Hop-a-long Casaidy "Borderland" SECOND FEATURE Helen Vuuton Cbao. Blckiord in "The Notorious Gentleman Serial, 'D»rtu»t Africa' •Uddto Koln Klub Sun., and 4 Days Sun. Mut. 1-3:30-6 I'. M. IN ' CM WISH FO& Shirley Temple Gary Cooper Carole Lombard "NOW AND FOREVER" (RtOiutued) Paul Kelly June TravU "JOIN THE MARINES" Always 21c Mr. and Sirs. Olen drove to Algona Sunday for the former's mother, Mrs. Jeanette Mc- Murrayt who will enjoy a two weeks' visit at their home in Belmond. Burnetta Bonnatetter returned to Mason City Sunday where she is attending Hamilton business school after spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bonnstetter. George Elbert wan able to be out for the first time Wednesday and his many friends were glad to see him looking so well after an Illness which had confined him to the house for seven weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Parsons, Phyllis Parsons, and Mrs. Henry Douglas drove to Des Moines Saturday and brought back Mrs. Opal Porter of Cedar Rapids for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Charlotte Parsons. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johaniuen, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johannsen of Rockwell City. Bill Johannsen la a son of the Sr. Jo- hannsens. James Bishop and Harlaa Slgs- bee will drive tp Des Moines, Sunday to hear the Ames symphony orchestra. Marion Corey and Elaine HJlstedt will accompany them as f ar &s Ames, and will be guests of Esther Pratt, who is attending Iowa State. College. * Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Berrle of Mason City are the parents of A son David William, born Monday a the Story hospital. The baby weigh ed OH pounds. Mrs. Berrle is th< daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A Barry. This is their first grandchild. Mrs. Berrle was formerly employed at this office. Mrs. F. S. Norton and daughter Eleanor, arrived at Algona Saturday from Rt. Paul. Eleanor went on to Now Orleans to attend n supervisors. division meeting of the N. E. A. Eleanor Is the dean of wo- nun In n St. Paul high school. Her mother will be here this week vlsit- iiiff /riciifls and relatives. Mr. nnd Mm. Eugene Hutrhlnn returned Thursday (today) from their wedding trip to Cedar RapUis, where they visited Mrs. W. H. Bniiey, Chicago, and Grinnell, where they visited Mrs. Hutchins' sister, 7/fargueritc Dalzlel. Mr. and Mrs. Hutchins will be at home In the apartments of Mrs. W. E. Laird. Mrs. Laird recently remodeled her dining room and a bedroom into an apartment. Algonlans attending the St Cecelia academy basketball game at Pocahontas Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reynolds, Mrs. Ed DeZellar, Laura Hansen, Elizabeth Holtzbauer, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry, Nita Rose and Betty Kohlhaas. Ruth and Rozanne Holtzbauer, and Father Ahman. The Algona players rode in the cars taken by the above people. Swift Co. Employes Get Taid' Vacation. Vacations for all hourly paid em- ployes of Swift & Company ut Algona, who have a minimum of two years' service, were announced to- aay by diet Kurtz, manager of the local Swift plant. Morevoer, these vacations, planned well in advance of the spring ond summer season, are not the paylcss kind. The plan which goes into effect immediately, is an expansion of t.'ie vacation prfgntm which lui been Waltz. Fred MacMurray, Jack Oakte, Gladys Swarthout in "Champagne News Items ofFenton Vicinity Teachers' Valentine Party Margaret Blossom and Helen Thompson entertained at a valen tine party last week Wednesday evening at the Walter Ohm home Bridge was played at two tables with Mrs. Dorothea Gerhart re ceivlng the high score pflze and Marie Lennox the consolation. OtJi^ er guests were Agnes Goetsch, Net tie Welsbrod, Louise Curtis and Irene Wilson. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostesses. On Derailed Train August Krause, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Krause, who spent las! week at home while recuperating from an appendicitis operation, returned to Ames college Saturday evening by rail. It was reported that the southbound Northwestern train was derailed south of Algona and passengers had to remain In the train all night. Rrldge Party at Wegenera Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wegener entertained at three tables of bridge on Thursday evening of last week Mrs. Walter Ohm and C. O. Bailey received the high score prlezs and E. W. Ruske received the consolation. Others present were Walter Ohm, Mrs. Bailey, Mrs. Ruske, Mr and Mrs. Derwood Elgier, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. GoeUch. ' Dinner-Bridge Club Mr. and Mrs. J. A. C. Smith «n- ttrtaiiMd the dlnMr-brldge club at their home la*t Thursday evening The club Included four couples. Axe! Peterson was a guest ; Mrs. ».. a WeWws« , Mr». E. a Welsbrod entertained her club Saturday afternoon. Mrs Chas. Newel received the high score prize and Mrs. Everett Dreyer, the second high. Mrs. R. L. Padgett assisted Mrs. Welsbrod In serving. Birthday Celebrated Mr». A. J. Krause was taken by surprise Sunday evening when a group of relatives gathered at her home to celebrate her birthday anniversary. Five hundred was pliiy- ed at eight tables with Waiter Krauso winning the high score- prize and Fred W. Jentz the consolation. Parents of 12!>i Hi. Daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. F. StlRtnan became parents of a 12'i pound daughter on Feb. 14th. The Stlg- mans now have four boys and three Tirls. Mrs. John Bellinger is 111 with he flu. Axel Peterson and M. E. Otterness were Sunday dinner guests- at he H. E. Relmers. Mrs. Will Jentz and infant daugh- ter arrived home Sunday from the McCreery hospital. Mrs. Henry Wegoner of spent Monday In the home of her son, C. F. Wcgencr and fr.mily. Gladys Stoeber, student In a DCS Moines business college, spent the week end here with her par"nts, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Stonb^r. Mr. and Mts. Forrest Schmidt and son, Forrest of Buffalo Center were entertained at the A., J. Krause home on Sunday evening. Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder, their daughter Phyllis and son Warren, were entertained at dinner at the Wilbur Holldorf home Saturday evening. The scarlet fever quarantine was lifted from the Carl Kern home last week Thursday. Helen Kern had the disease and will be able to return to school soon. . Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Schmidt and family and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace and family were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and MM. Alvln Potratz. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Welsbrod entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerick of Alta and Ernest Veaux of Ida Grove. Mary Beekman of near Depew submitted to an appendicitis operation at the Palo Alto county hospital Thursday evening. Dr. Jf. A Mueller of Fenton had charge of the case. Mr. and Mrs. Everd'.t Dreyer and family, Mrs. Mlnnlj Dreyer ar.c son, Frank, were Sunday dinner guests at the A. J. Krauses. The occasion was the birthday anniversary ot.Mn*. Krause. Isanep Welibrod, davigntar of Mr and Krk Walter Welsbrod, left las week Wednesday evening for Des Moines to visit her uncle, Raymom Kresensky. From there she will go to Davenport to visit an aunt, Mrs Don Allon. Mrs. F. H. Bohn and daughter Mary Ann went to Esthervllle Saturday afternoon to visit Mrs Bohn's brother, Leo Gocders, who was injured in an nuto accident IiiHt week Thursday evening just west of Esthervillc. A quiltiiiK party was in progress at the C. G. Humphrey home last week Thursday and Friday afternoons. Guests included Mosilanu-s Frank Eigler, Derwood Eiglc-r, U. A. Goetsch, R. C. Goctsoh, H. C. Lindsey, J. A. Schwartz, Fred Ncw- cl,, J. T. Snyder and Wilbur Holl- lorf. Mrs. J. T. Snyder and Mrs. R. C. Goetsch were Algona visitors Friday and cnrouto home they etopped at Whittemore for a visit with Mrs. 2. A. Weisbrod. Mrs. Weisbrod exacts her mother, Mrs. Mary Gib- ions within a few days who will make an extended visit at the Weisbrod home. Mr., Mrs. Wm. Rich Wed Just 41 Year* Four Corners: A surprise dinner was held at the Bob Ward home n. week ago Inst Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rfch's 41st wedding anniversary. Guests were: the Wm. Draytons, John Richs, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rich. George Rich. Roy Lee, L«tha Mann and Hugh Ward. The Richs were presented with an electric coffee pot as an anniversary gift. Ottosen, Bode, Livermore In Declam Meet Ottosen: The sub-county declamatory contest was held in the high school auditorium Wednesday evening. Bode, Livermore and Ottosen competed. In oratorical. Bnr- bai-a Clave of Ottosen won first place and Lornn Telford of Bode second. In dramatic, Corrine Lomen of Bode won first place and Connor Stnrin of Ottosen, second. In humorous. Wallace Ophelm of Bode won first place and Marjorie Kramer of Ottosen, second. The Jolly Twelve five hundred club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem Friday evening. Mrs. Peter Holt had the misfortune to slip on the ice Tuesday afternoon, cracking her wrist and tearing the lijinmcnts in her arm. Wilbur Stone, who graduated from the lown University, left on Thursday for New York where he 1ms n position as a mechanical engineer. The Ottosen high school basketball teams played in the county tournnmcnt at Humboldt the pnst week. The boys lost in the semi- finnls Saturday afternoon to Humboldt by a score of 30 to 20. The Ottosen girls plnycd in the finals with Bode Saturday evening, the Bode irirls winning by a score of|*; 73 l 19 ' $5.00—6,00-16, Lone Rock Girl's Valentine Party Lone Rock: Helen Jensen held a birthday valentine party Saturday at her home honoring her 10th birthday. Attending were: Phyllis Seogebarth. Doris Marlow, Ruth Kraft, Ruth Ellen and Catherine Mae Householder, Virginia Frye, Betty Ann Sharp. Ardyth Hill, and Luslla Ackermnn. Joe Metilles Move Union: The Joe Metillo family moved Thursday, Feb. llth to the farm south nmi pnst of Algona vacated by Frank Kajcwski. We don't know how long this will last—Other tire prices are up—but we have actually reduced prices on Roadgrippor Tires while stocks last. 29 to 28. ble Stores. Humboldt Man Is Ayrshire Herd Heac The leading Ayrshire herd on tes In the United States during thi month of December was that own ed by Carl Llndemann of Hum boldt, lown, which with twelve cows had an average of 1098 poundL of 4.39 per cent milk and 48.23 pounds of buttcrfat. This herd was maintained on a twice-a-day milking schedule and was tested under the rather stringent rules of the Ayrshire Hert Test, which require that every female of milking age in thft herd be included in the average, regardless of whether or not she Is in milk at the time of test. The star performer in the group for the month was Brownie Belle a six year old that produced 194' pounds of milk and 89.56 pounds o: autterfat, while second honors were taken by Mischief Polly, an eight- year old, that had 1879 pounds of milk and 88.31 pounds of butterfat :o her credit. Mrs. Paul Erpelding Honored at Shower St. Joe: A post-nuptial mlscel laneous and grocery shower was given Sunday afternoon In St Joseph's hall in honor of Mrs. Pau Erpelding. The afternoon was spent at cards and socially. Five hundred was played at 20 tables with Mrs. Joe Kramer, Algona, win nlng high prize and Mrs. John Or iger, Whittemore receiving low Bridge was played at seven tables with Olga Giles receiving high prls* and Mrs. Mike Reding, low t»rtw. Door prto was awarded to Mrs. Nick Thtlges. Mrs. Erpelding was the recipient of many pretty and useful'gifts. A delicious luncl was served to 22S guests by the hostesses. Union No. 7 PTA Met on Friday Four Corners: The Union No. 7 P. T. A. met lust Friday night nt the Win. Druyton homo with 35 present. The program follows: opening song, "America, tljc Ueaut- ifnl"; roll call, "Exi-hnngu of Vnl- vntJnc.s"; song, school girls, accompanied nt the piano by Miss Uooley; atuest speakers ewor Patrolman >Vcst and Sterzlng of the Iowa 1'ntrol. Vocal and guitar music was given by Mrs. Edward Rich and daughters, Mary Joyce nnd Phyllis, piano solos by Leo Sabln. The ncnt meeting will be with Mr. and Mrs. Edward nich. in force it years. Whittemore Declam Speakers Winners Whittemore: A declamatory contest was held at the Presentation Academy Friday night, and Included the parochial schools from Bancroft, Varina and Whittemore. Whittemore won first in oratorical by Ada Fandel and dramatic by Annabelle Semon and humorous by Genevieve Alitf. Judges were Ralph • Bartlett of Whittemore, Mrs. M. G. Bourne of Algona and Mrs. Laidley of Bancroft Burt Oyster Supper Burt: Friday, Feb. 28, has been chosen for the date of a Fellowship Men's oyster supper, which will be held at the Methodist church. A program is being prepared. "How can you do it?" said one customer. "Everybody's tire prices are up and yours are down." Yes— we've actually reduced prices on Pharlfl Tires while stock* last—4 4021. J42&—6,26-17, Stores. 5.78.—Gamble Blanchard Family Moves To The Old Singleton Farm Irvington: The Blanchard family living on the old Marsh Stevens farm just north of the Fisher bridge, will move March 1 to the Link Singleton place now tenanted by the John Struyers. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hansen, former tenants of the Loren Browns, are moving to Belmond, where Mr. Hunsen will conduct a hatchery. Gilbert, Jr., young four year old son of the Hatifens, fell recently and broke a bone in his leg while out doors playing. The Hanscns have onu other child. The Peter Halsrud family, now residing on the old Fisher farm, will move to the place just vacated by the Ramus family. The Joe Metilles moved last week to the Lewis farm vacated by the Frank Kajewski family. The O. L. Millers will go to the old Harry Dodge farm, while the Orville Hedricks will move onto the old Fry place and the Jim Devines will live in South Cresco. Pupils Are Hosts Pupils at the Parsons school just south of Algona entertained tho patrons of the school district last Friday afternoon at a valentine and Lincoln's birthday party. Those who had charge of the program were Everett Brown, Howard Blanchard and Duane Kline. Once each month three pupils in the school present a. public program of their own arrangement. Miss Etta Bacon is the teacher. See 10 Prairie Chicken* An unusual sight reported last week by one of our local cituena who saw a flock of between 35 and 40 prairie chickens, feeding near a stack of corn fodder. Wild life in this vicinity is becoming somewbut txtinct and such a sight is very uncommon. Eye Badly Injured Wm. Gronbttch suffered a very painful accident recently when one at bin eyes was severely injured. At the time of the accident he was unloading machinery at the county sheds. It was necessary to huve medical attention. Ix>g Injures Hand John Gaffney was the unfortunate victim of a very bad accident last Monday. While he was cutting' timber a log in some manner rolled onto his hand and broke a bone In his finger causing him a great deal of pain. It was necessary to put his finger in a brace. However in spite of this, John still retains his cheerful disposition. Mrs. U. B. Frankl visited several days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Put Mulligan, south of Bancroft. Mrs. Eva Gardner, mother nf Mr*. Hugh Haney. IKI.S not bc-i-n M) well recently. However, she is up and around every day. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell and family and Mrs. Dora Campbell of Seneca were Sunday guilts at the Ralph Lago home. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Philps will be employed after March 1st by Herman Becker, who will live on the Jess Bedell farm vacated bv the O. L. Millers. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Schultz and family were Sunday guests at the John Schultz home, while Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thornton visited with the Steward Thorntons. The Elmer Doles were guests of relatives at Mason City. Charles Lindhorst and Lawrence Hutchins, local township assessors of Cresco and Irvington townships, began their rounds last week. The work is somewhat more complicat- eu now, due to certain changes in the laws of assessing lands. Mrs. Alice Duryea was very pleasantly surprised last Friday when she received telegraphic birthday greetings from her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Dye, who with her husband and family are now residing at Aberdeen, Maryland. Mrs. Rome Robison was a week end guest of her daughter, Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley near Burt, returning to her home Sunday. The Dan Schulu family of Clarion were caJlers Sunday at the Rome Robinsons, Mrs. Schultz being the former Dorothy Robinson. lenrich Boy, Lone Rock, Wins First Lone Rock: Maynard Genrich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich, student at Iowa State College, Ames won first with his Shorthorn steer in that division last week Wednesday at the Little International stock show held at Ames. Charles Elmore Home Four Corners: Charles, son of Mr. and Mr:*. Mart Elmore, who was in a Des Moines hospital a couple of duys and later in the Algona Kossuth hospital, following an uculo attack of arthritis, was brought home lust wuuk Wednesday. IRVINGTON NEWS The Ramus family niovi-d Die first of the \vi-ek from thc> Bflt farm which they have tcii.-iiiti'd fur several years. Mr. and Mrs. (leo. Ramus and daughter, Marilyn ha\v BOJIB to Algona while Mr. and Mrs Joe Rumus and Mr. Humus' mother have moved into the north portion of the Cleo Black residence. Mr. and Mr:f. Perry Phillips received word week that their daughter, Mrs. Monroe Mikktl.son of Dickinson, North D.ikota, hail under jor.e a .successful operation for appendicitis. The Mikkulson* | recently moved to North Dakota j from Colorado, where they huve been connected with a Gamble agency. The Aaron Steussy farm sale held ; last Thursday was very well attended and everything in general brought good prices. Mr. and Mrs. Steussy will move one mile north of LuVernc to their own farm and the farm now tenanted by the Steussys will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Haiisclniun, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Steussy. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch visited last Friday with their daughter, Mrs. Jessie Schmidt ;it Ruthven Mrs. Schmidt will be better remembered as the former Hazel Kitch. M'r. and Mrs. Tony Klooster visited with Mrs. Kluostvr's mother near Ea^le Grove last Sunday. Relatives from Eagle Grove returned home with the Kioosters for an indefinite stay. $7.33.—Gnm- 7 Friday and Saturday Specials ISc Dressed Chicken for Sunday Baby Beef Roast per lb. B. Beef B. Steak all cuts, per lb. Baby B. Rib Boil per lb. Veal Stew, 2 Ibs. Bacon Squares, per lb. Pork Cutlets, per lb. 25c 21c GROCERIES PEAS AND CARROTS • /\ LIMA BEANS all lixe f 1 ll|> TOMATOES cans each *Uv Homemade Mince Meat, 2 Ibs Pure Maple Syrup 4Q,, quart jar ______ __^»'C FUULUNE OP AND VEGETABLES SORENSEN Grocery Co. Phone We Dflllvcr A-' V COMING TO TOWN Two Expert Hands and a Tapeline A Stylist and Fitter •**• is coming to our Store front the famed Factory of Fashions where our Made-to- Order Suits are Tailored. His skilled hands will measure you and assure you of a Suit perfect in all its details of lit and fashion. This unusual service will be available on Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 22 and 23, and we urge the attendance of every man who knows the advantage of Tailored and Styled-to-Order Suits. The HUB Clothiers Leuthold-Williams- Reynolds "THE tILOTHINO CORNER OF NORTH IOWA" Everybody's Talking About Our Insured Moth-Proofing ITTHENEVER the conversation turns *» to clothes, someone is sure to mention our unique MONITE Moth-Proof Cleaning Process. We not only clean clothes thoroughly and finish them beautifully. In addition we make them ah- solutely moth-proof —and insure them against moth damage for » period of six months! Is it any wonder people ore talking? r MODERN DRY CLEANERS Phone 637 Phone For Coal - - We have plenty of coal in several price ranges. Keep your bins filled and be prepared for sudden weather changes. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 220 vwwwwvwwwwwv^^ CocJi in on Ulont-fld Opp&ilunMe&

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