the Al^naUpptJ Dm ttoinee, Algona, low*, ford* i 19 ** Nwtii East Kossuth News LAKOTACU1B "I Am the V6*" Gets Study Following Luncheon care for Mr. Lakota: Mesdames E. R. Worley, Edgar Aday, A. Q. Smith and R. L. Williams entertained the Acorn club members at a one o'clock luncheon at the hone of Mrs. Williams last Thursday and it proved a very happy event The tmgnun «m- •isted *f « book review 1 Am the CW by Mr*. XL tt MttrraV. *Ms book was Written by Winifred •fayneVan«ttett,wnowasbor1i» Dmmetsburg, iowft, in 3JM& and is her firit hovel with-much of the Mttmg in IbWa. the story DMtch 4 . will be wit also there helping Mfessman, fir. MM. Harvey Nelson was taken to the hospital at Iowa City last Fri> day for treatment for a nervous breakdown. The Rev. Muhleman of Algona preached at the Methodist churah Sunday. Wilbur HassehMck, student at the TJnivewHy of Dubuque, came home the latter part of die week to help his parents move to a farm near Hanlontown which they purchased. He went back to Dubuque Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman and two sons and Mrs. E. R. Worley drove to Mason City Saturday. Mrs Worley remained to help care lor her father, who is not gaining as vapidly as hoped for as he has been The next meeting Conservation Wiu be We tdplc. At ijeayafd WeoJmg Lakota people who attended Hie Brack-Miller wedding at Ledyard last week were Frank l«wis and two daughters, Mary Jane and Pern and Gertrude Wortman. Mary Jane was bridesmaid, Fern played the wedding inarch and Gertude sang. They report a beautiful wedding. Mrs. Leslie Jensen substituted as teacher for Miss Wortman for Che day. confined to his bed tot about eight weeks. John Meyer* MoVe Into LakoU Hdnte Lakota: Mr. and Mrs. John Meyers,, who own a farm west of town, adjoining the paring, have rented their farm to their soil and moved to their bouse in town occupied by the Carl Genemas, March 1st The Gersemas moved into the Mary Rosenau house recently purchased toy A. C. Bierstedt of Hurt and will live there until they find another house to rent BaflHngtons Move The Orvttle Buffingtons moved from the John Koestler farm east of town to the William Olthoff farm one mile north. A son-in-law of Mr. Koestler from Rolfe will move on the farm vacated by the Buffing- tons. The Russell Winters spent Sunday with Mrs. Winters' parents, the Andrew Boeekelmans. The Jerry Heetlands and the Raymond Winters were Sunday visitors at the Charles Winters. Emma Gutknecht went to Mason City Friday and brought home her sister, Lena, for a week end visit Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gerdes are both still confined to bed and their daughter, Mrs. Jake Koeon of Everly is here caring for them. County Agent Brown and family were calling on friends near Lakota Sunday evening. The Farm Bureau membership drive will open this week. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rippentrop was baptized at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning. The name given was Donald Alvin. The Alrec Boeckholts, southeast of Titonka. were visitors at the Joe Faulkners Sunday. This was baby Study Club In Titonka Convenes Titonka: The regular meeting of the Woman's Study dub was held at the Dr. H. 1. Torgersen home, Thursday evening, with 12 members responding to roll call. Mrs. Harry Beed was leader of the lesson, "Spirit of Youth and the City Streets" by Jane Addams. Biography of Jane Addams was given by Grace French. Refreshments were served during the social hour. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Callies made a business trip to Williams, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Bdnackef transacted business In Algona Friday afternoon. Otto Falk, of the K. & H. oil station, Was in Estherville Saturday transacting business. Mrs. Lee Wolfe acompanicd Mrs. M. S. Craven and Giadvce Boggess to Mason City Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Blakely and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Nelson drove to Algona Friday to visit Floyd Elliott, who is a patient in the Kossuth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Gable moved from the B. A. Pannkuk cottage in the north part of town to what is known as the Alex Thompson cottage south of the tracks last week end. The Band Mothers White elephant LED YARD MOVES OF MARCH 1ST Other Hews From North ' Kossuth Center in Past Week Ledyard: The following people moved March l: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lynch to northwest of Rands Park; Mrs, Neil Komer to Austin. Minn.; Alfred O-Keefe, in with hu MA Don, on a farm they reeenttypar- chased. Mr. Eggdahl frdni Ouck- eeh is moving wh6re Alfred lived The John Drews moved to north of Swea qity and Herbert Trenarys where the Drews vacated. The oldest Trenary boy win farm the 80 acres where Henry Hasselbrocks have been living. The latter moved to Manly. Lawrence Pingle will farm the place the Sam Weavers vacated and the latter movei several weeks ago to the Robert Curtis place which they bought Dr. MoMeman Preaches Dr. Muhleman of Algona preached in the Methodist church Sunday for the Rev. Harvey Nelson, due to the illness of Mrs. Nelson, who is 111 at the University hospital at Iowa City. Her many friends here wish her a speedy recovery. Alfred Barslou is driving a new Hudson car. George Dunn of Thompson was in town Monday. The Leon Wordens were at Fairmont Sunday. Alfred and Herbert Busch were at Algona Friday, Raymond Barslou was at Spirit Lake Thursday on business. Mrs. Albert Barnes was at Armstrong Sunday to see her mother. Mrs. Herman Henwg, and son, Walter, Were at Port Dodge Friday. The Edward Httgges of Buffalo E«ctaJ Diaiasesj V *few* ^Ji« «tt^ft«|lttft i use &e ambulant rietib/ lii trtitU** thrtk cdddiUftU. This mean, that you silffer very little If any ^jh. dd dot Wve to go to bed or lose" ah? M6M. You 1 cttfgS rtgnt off «HUI »SBr regular work and low no Um« except for a few minute* Ifl my office once a week. You art -welcome to come in for exatttnattM ; charges. At that time I can explain ta'detrtFrny'iaetlteff of treament. DR. a W. MEYER, D. Office Hours 9-6 Evenings by Appointment Phone*: Res. 541, Office 187 Algona, low* (8 blks. So. Ford Oarage) Significant of the season's trend 1 toward higher heels . . . rounded toes . . . covered insteps . . . open shoes . . • crossed' straps ... &&- rlcs! Cora* In arid sefl our complete selection. «.•.».»< • -x ,«. .., L Msale and lunch held Saturday all David's first visit with his maternal | day flt u,,, K . & H on 8tation was grandparents. we ll patronized. About 2:30 p. m. Jerry Ukena has leased the Ed Underdahl blacksmith shop and business and will manage the business for this year. Mr. Underdahl's plans are as yet uncertain. Harry Mussman drove to Riceville, Iowa, Sunday to see his father, who became ill while visiting a daughter there. Mrs. Mussman is an auction sale was held for a half hour, disposing of many articles. Mr. and Mrs. Al Ingebritzen, Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Callies, Lester Caliies and lady friend from Kanawha, Harold Gartner, Miss Margaret Lee, Eddie Saathoff and Miss Lena Madsen attended a dance Friday night at Fenton. GLASS Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass. GREENBERG AUTO SUPPLY PULLET CHICKS We have sold sexed chicks for the past two seasons. Will gladly furnish names of people who bought of us. That's guarantee enough for anyone. WeGuarantee »0% Accuracy or Better Our chicks are Iowa Inspected and from hens tested for B.W.D., with reactors removed from flocks. THE C8TT8X HATCHERY - LOHE ROM, IOWA Center Were at the Arthur Zietskea Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Granner and son visited with her father near Hardy Sunday. Mrs. Lars Bkaar and son Visited her sister, Mrs. Clarence Tokeim at Armstrong Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jensen and daughter spent the week end at Jewell with his mother. LaVonne Johnson has been ill the past week With sinus trouble and under the care of a doctor. The H. D. Maynes spent Sunday at Alden with Mrs. Mayne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Nuenfeldt. A. E. Lauritzen refcreed a girls' sectional tournament at Stratford, Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett and children spent the week end at the parental Chas. Raney home near Livormore. Mrs. Margaret Looft who has spent the past two weeks at her son, Bernard's, near Bancroft is now at the Albert Loofts. George Haggc, Alycc and the Edward HaggcH of Buffalo Center spent Sunday at the Hani Hend- rlcksonn at Blue Earth, Minn. Mr. and Mm. George Thompson attended the funeral of Mrs. Frank Yule at Estherville Sunday. Her husband is a rural letter carrier there. Atr. and Mrs. John Flcklna, son Gayhart, Dorothy, Helen and Darlene Anderson all of Guckeen, Minn M were Sunday guests at the Arthur Zielskcs. Mrs. Fred Langcrman entertained Mrs. Raymond Barslou, Mrs. Dell Barslou, Mrs. Howard Morton and Mrs. Ovens at a quilting party on Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kramer of Webster City, sons, Claude and Paul, and Mrs. Harvey Coleman of Algona, were Sunday guests at the J. W. Hartshorns. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bauman received word of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Persig at Blue Earth, Feb. 28th. Mrs. Persig is better known here as Ida Bauman. Six more dollars of donations were added the past week to the Red Cross fund making a total to date of $12145. Donations of a dollar each were received from Oeo. Hagge, Alfred Schadendorf, J. Walter-man, Warren Lloyd and two dollars from Karel Johnson. $3.30 $4,40 $5,50 Brownell's THE SHOE STOttE OF ItO&StfTH CO. $27.50 a Month! • Arc you paying that much, or more, for rent? The same amount, applied on that bungalow you have been dreaming of, and doing nothing abotrt, •will make you its proud possessor in six- x teen years. QDown payment? Approximately $600.00, with your lot. ^interest? True 6%, figured on a monthly basis. • Additional charges, fees, commissions? NONE, except for a single $3.00 appraisal fee.. If the farts above interest von, and y«nt ' want, to know more about them, or about any building or remodeling problem, simply call Phone 256 and ask for our architect, Mr. Hanson. You'll get no high pressure salesmanship, but intelligent friendly advice, gratis. Learn how you can obtain your own home, and the satisfaction and safety it will give you, in a simple, easy way. Botsiord Lumber PHONE 256 JIM POOI* Kg*.
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