The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 30, 1930 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 30, 1930
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Des Moines-Bepublican, July 30, 1930 Sauerkraut Day Set for August 29. Lakota, July 29. Special: A' ffieetlnf was held last Motiday evefilfig fey ttoe" business weh^te decide on & date lot Sftuftkfftut oky, ^e\aate:-nas7ygft set for prlds*,: August :mn, it has always been held on Saturday, but there has always been more et less trouble to get the dance attd Concessions to close at twelve o'clock, 80 to get away from this they Set the day for Friday, Odmmittee's have been &p* tainted and everything will be In full swing In a Former Whittemore Lady Died in Colorado, Whittemore, July 29. Special: Mrs, Allison Bisby who passed away recently in Denver, Colorado, was one. of •Whittembre'js iftobt'pronilnent settlers. She was born in Brewer county about seventy years: ago, her- maiden name being Rebecca Madden. She and Mr., Bixby came to ' Whittemore in 188B,' building a large- comfortable home oh the farm now owned by James, Bisenius. Here she raised her family Of eight children and 'was known every-* where for her ^hospitality. No home entertained -more people nor had any more gatherings and friends without number than the Bixby home. Before the days of the creamery, Mrs. Blxby gathered cream and took it to Algona. Her route took her a? far, north as Falrville and east to Lotts Greek. This trip was made every other day. in a lumber wtgtfft and eohttatietl for five 1 fg&ft. TUe family sold thejf farm In fS64 and went to Spirit L*ke to live, whets their fioa, F«nS still «sad£8. lit, BftBj died in ffi6. Three'd&tjgh* ffeceded tfcelfftothef ifl death, wefe Com Bali, Sortie Mellis and Masting?. .Jafe surviving <&ild* fen Wt FfSnk, WON* OiMMes, Hpe, Md »e*aj MSd'Stte,sister,-Mrs. Treji- fcra of trnifltt tewashijj survives. Mrs. Bttny;had been, paralyzed fot several fiuHai Was made at spWt Died from Broketi Back Injuries Tuesday. West fiend, July. S9. Zaugg, whe Mad Ms back broken in afi auto aeeident about' a mohth ago, died at the home df his aunt, Mary giaugg, Tuesday afternoon. He had been home from Rochester about two weeks and gradually failed until relieved of'»his stiff erthg. .The funeral eer- ,vlces%ere told Thursday afternoon at the Apostolic church ie.ast ef town. A large, ftUnttier of friends were present ito pay '-their labt respects to their •friend, He waS a son of Mr. and Mrs. Theophil 2augg and lived on his father's farm east of town most of his life. He had a large bee apiary in which he took much interest. German Lutheran Church. Corner of North Wooster and East EUn streets. H. pubbe, pastor. y^ There will be German service Sunday at ten o'clock. A Pf W in VACATION ' Householders who have the responsibility of winter comfort and safety will get the most out of their summers if they attend to one vital matter before they go away: ORDER YOUR - WINTER COAL NOW DONTDELAY. • 7* ! y -^ ^tcV ™ be •I 1 --, r , | Bette «pli6ne '' I h .,, ,. .••- -/ •y.'tffit'^i, •"*??*i ' .^-Only the''.lu.gliest" ^xw.f.oa v v*»,. , "-peal, coket^nd other?;", fuels'* handled. '(Greatest heating efficiency from ourproducts. Botsford Lumber Co. M. J. POOL, Manager. A Good Yard in a Good Town. Phone 256. JVWUWWWWW Thelfea Searle of. Mason City is visiting this week at tee. Leo Brayton home. The ». J. Grover family of Des Molnes are" visiting with relatives here this week. ' Caroline Calf has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Johnson at Ctowrle the past Week, Mr. and Mrs. «. 5. Suell, Mr. and Mrs. 6. C. Smith drove to Boone on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Brown of Garner called at the E. 0. Ohipman home on Sunday. The G, G. biddings family drove to Pilot Mound Sunday where they spent the day. The K, J. Smith family and "Bud" Goodwin spent Sunday at Templar Park near Spirit Lake. Prof, and Mrs, Donald Weir and little son arrived home last week from Templeton, Wisconsin. Mrs. Nellie Booth and son of Spencer visited at the home of her brother, D. P. Slaughter, last week. A surprise party was given at the home of Eleanor Vogel Tuesday afternoon in honor of Dorothy Brook. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Trainer drove to Truman, Minnesota, Sunday where they spent the d&y,,with, friends. Mrs. Charles Relbsamen from near Tltonka spent Thursday at the B. V. Daniels and J. P.-Cunningham homes. Mrs. Boenke and son, Lawrence, and Mr. and Mrs. A. Klaus of Waterloo spent Sunday at the A. H. Meinzer home. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kraushaar and little daughter came Sunday for an extended visit at the O. P. McDonald home. Ed. Glbbs and his son, A. E. of Hynes, California, spent last Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer. Mrs. Sadie Schenck and daughter, Maude of Minneapolis are visiting at the Alfred and Lloyd Schenck homes this week. Miss Gladys Stonner of Sac City, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Layton of West Union spent the week end here at the Harry McElroy home. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Strink- and son 'News Items tMes— Carl kern received ward Tuesday morning of the death of his stepmother, Mrs. fteglna Kerft of sherbum. Minnesota. Mr And Mrs. Kern and Mr. and Mrs. Voettler attended th' funeral services at Sherburn Wednesday morning. The remains were taken to Laurens, her old home, for burial. Mrs. Robert Voettler and Mrs. Hrti~- Miller of Penton are cousins of the de* ceased. Mr. Kern's brother, Leonard, of Wadena, Minnesota, and Mr. and Mrs. James Kern of South Dakota, accompanied him home for a short visit. 4-tt Clubs Met— The Pour-H club met last week on Tuesday afternoon at the home of Leona Borchardt. Roll call was responded to by "Points to Remember in Selecting Shoes." A talk on "Points to Remember in Selecting Ready-to-wear Garments," Was given by Ella Dryer. Vivian Glaus and Beatrice Kramer were chosen for the Judging team on clothing for Achievement Day to be held at Algona August 1. The leader/two visitors and fifteen members were in attendance. Refreshments were served, Came from Montana- Miss Margaret Dorweiler of Lewiston, Montana, was a guest at the Wm. Stamer home Thursday. Miss Dorweiler had the opportunity to meet many of her old friends at the Legion celebration here that day. She was formerly the principal of our local school for fourteen consecutive years and made her home with the Stamer family. She is still engaged in that profession in Lewiston, Montana, and Is spending the summer vacation with her mother, Mrs. Paul Dorweiler In West Bend. M. E. Program— A program at the M. E. church was given Sunday evening hi variance with the regular service. A solo was rendered by J. H. Castle accompanied by Maxine Welsbrod. This was followed by reports by Verona Weisbrod, Mar- Jorie Bailey, Vivian Glaus and Florence Laabs, four of the girls who attended the Epworth League Institute at Oko- bojl. An effort is being made to have all those who are twelve years of age or over Join the Epworth League. Big Legion Celebration— Legion Day, Thursday, dawned bright and clear also very hot. Many concessions were In evidence. While the crowd was small during the day, no doubt due to the busy season, the Mr. ana MTB. Conine owum: »uu o«.. d bfc d to the busy Bea son, tne of Vancouver Washington, vteltedat ^ b ht forth one of ^ larg- the home of Mr. Strink's aunt, Mrs. , J» * ton nas ever hftd at . B W. A. Peters, last week. R.I,. Cogdill, W. H. Smith' and D. T. Hobson arrived home Friday from their trip to Tennessee, and North Carolina. They report a fine time. Miss Irene Schencken of Keystone, has been visiting at the W. J. Davidson, L. D. Hodgson and Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle homes the past week. J, H. Hansen and the Ira Hansen, Glair Winkle, Lloyd Schenck and Harold Hansen famiUes attended a fam- 'ily' reunion at Humboldt Sunday from ,^eaton,-,Mlnnesp^«We they ^. -.Mr8.>-Duckmanton?rwhot^hast been visiting at4the lt P..JL,';n*tt T 'home, left 4__1. " t*Hl^_..u J»»rfm',**••_.(,£ VT11«i***nw^Vt >t •* TtfY^AMa A where est crowds Fenton has ever had at a celebration. Everything passed off quietly and it was a success from every standpoint. Beryl Alsup of Algona spent the past week at the home of her friend Ardls Volght. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gramenz made a business trip to Fort Dodge this week Monday. Mr." and Mrs. W. J. Welsbrod spent Sunday at the .home of County Agent Morrison in Algona. Mr?and,Mrs,-T. P. Metoalf of.'Algona were'Sunday-dinner guests at the Wilbert -Holdorf home. -~ '<Miss','Sally Brlggs of Burt visited from Tuesday until Friday at the home of Miss Alice Kluss. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kinder of Kelster, Minnesota, spent the day Sunday at the Denhls Smith home. Their daughter, Wlnntfred, who has spent the past three weeks here, returned home with them. John Cole, one of our Home Oil Co. truck drivers, has purchased a Stan- lard Oil Company station at Corwlth which he will operate and will move his family there about the middle of August. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Newel, Miss Irene Newel, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Wels- brod and children, Maxine, Hazel and Maurice, were entertained at the P. E. Welsbrod home In Emmetsburg on Sunday, Clarence Yeager accompanied his uncle, O. O. Bailey to Burt last Monday evening and remained until Wednesday evening when his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Weber Yeager drove over after him. Editor Schwartz and son, James, and Mr. and Mrs, 0. F. C. Laage left Saturday for Bruton, Minnesota, for a visit at the A. C. and O. A. Laage homes. They expect to return home Monday. Mrs. Kate Newel drove to Hartley on Tuesday and brought Mrs. LeRoy Newel and two sons, Warren and Franklin, to Penton Thursday to attend the Legion celebration. They returned to Hartley on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson are the parents of a seven pound Son born last week Monday at their home near Cylinder. He has been named Kenneth Lewis. They now have a family of two girls and one boy. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp motored to Des Molnes last week Monday to attend the state democratic convention. They were accompanied home by their daughter, Mrs. Wesley Witter and baby for a short visit. Mrs. J. P. Newel and daughter, Irene and Miss Alvina Miller drove to Belmond^last week Tuesday where Miss Newel made reservations for room and board. She will teach in the Junior high school there this next year. Mr. and Mrs, John Hartman and sons, Everett and Herschel, went to Rolf e Sunday to attend the funeral of an old acquaintance, M. Goodmiuer, who died On his eightieth birthday. The remains were shipped to Illinois for burial. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Humphrey entertained a number of friends from Rlngsted Wednesday evening in honor of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller's forty-second wedding anniversary and also Mr. Miller's sixty-seventh birthday. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sharp of Lone Rock this week Monday. She was named Eula May. Mrs. Sharp is staying at the home of her parents, Mr.. and Mrs. John Dempsey of this place. This is the second child, both being girls. A special meeting of the Woman's club was held at the home of the president, Mrs. E. C. Welsbrod, last Saturday evening to make plans for a picnic for the members and their families.. It will be. held at the city park "It Will Come Out-" No matter what kind of spot you get on your frail summer fabrics, we can get them out and protect the fabric while so-doing. We clean, press, repair and dye any and everything you may want. Our service keeps apace with our skill. We call for and deliver anywhere. WE ALSO STORE YOUR FURS- ASK US ABOUT THIS. ELK CLEANERS Branches and Delivery Service in Twenty-one Towns. Phone 330. i-'Hj»fi*j»HH-Mu:o.-K,f»iiH;*v| Kennedy? called?itd;?WersoSj Jfcwa, last^eek by theldeath of John*qiay, an uncle of> Mrs,. Kennedy. ',They\returned home Sunday. • =Mr. and and Mrs, and*Mr., and son -re- When we decided to build a miniature golf course in Algona it was a good 'deal in the nature of an experiment .as they had only been tried out in towns of larger size and were only recommended in places of 5,000 or more, Our experiment has proven sucfh a success that we have had to place a second order for clubs and we hope when they arrive that we 1 will not have to keep you waiting. The weather being so warm has caused a congestion in the evening and in order to spread the •nlaving over more time we have decided to make a price of FIFTEEN CENTS from ten to two each day, Did you ever stop to think what Algona has to offer for a day's recreation, We have the finest State Park in Iowa, a magnificent swimming pool, a cracker-jack base ball game every week, a moving picture 'house where you can see pictures a month before they are shown in Hollywood, a sporty nine hole golf course at the Country Club, and a dandy miniature golf course with another one building, Popy Golf Course Sunday 1 to 18, MISS Ella Kybl of M&son OW ar : rived he| last Friday a ».d wUi upend with her par- _Mrs.J f- children, ana mrs. nuy^vromBui »uu ovu •»v- turned home, ftom*HUnois, wherettney visited 'Mr.' and Mrs. Floyd Drenunel the past two weeks. Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf and three,little daughters and Arlene Daniels spent Saturday at the Pat Mulligan home. It was the birthday of Mrs. Mulligan and they took ice cream and cake. along in honor of the occasion. Mrs. C. S. CoSin spent several days of last week at the Harry McMurray home in Algona with her daughter, while Mr. McMurray went to attend the funeral of two of his nephew's children, who were burned to death when their home was destroyed by fire. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Olson, Mrs. Harry Butcher, Mrs. John Malmanger and Mrs. C. M. Bartlett of Story pity spent Saturday at the home of Dr. Van Vrankln. The former Is a brother and he two latter ladles are sisters of Mrs. Van Vrankin. Mrs. Samantha Adams, who lived here a few weeks ago when .sho was ,aken to the home of her son, Ohas. Adams, at Algona, died last Thursday, Mrs. Adam? was eighty-four years old. ••uneral services were held Saturday and Interment was made in the Burt cemetery beside her husband. A family reunion of the Kennedy family was held Sunday at the home of Mrs. Fannie Albright near Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Cogdill, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smith, Mr. and Mrs Frank Harvey, Mr, and Mrs. .Charles Harvey, Wm, Gifford and family were present and a good time was enjoyed by all. The Paine family held a family reunion at Olson Park at Port Dodge on Sunday, The E. E, Paine family, Mrs. Agnes Harris, Mrs. Harris and daughters of Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow. Wttlard and Misses Florence Stow and Oriel Brook from Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Paine and son of Ames, Mr. and Mrs. George Tyndall and children of Carroll, Mr. and Mrs, H. B- Hallock of Clarion, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Taft and daughter of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Pavrlsh and baby of Newton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Paine, Mr. and Mrs, Bert Paine of Webster Pity, Mrs. Laura Paine and daughter and Geo. Free Pf Algona attended the reunion. Oaibraith Union, The usual services next Sunday with Sunday School at ten a. m,, followed by mproing worship at eleven. Evening prayers at sevenrthiyty and evangelistic service at eight o'clock. The pastor ejqjepts to be present at a}l these, services. Everybody most cordially invited. Qn, August tenth VM camp meeting is t° open and we are hoping that a jpt of our friends viu avail ti • ' ' " ' L ";y to.cqme w*« 'f__~" I.., -n W Mrs? Carrie Volght * and 'Lola Warner were Algona visitors Saturday. Mr," and Mrs. Albert Hawk and son, James, of Menasha, Wisconsin, visited with relatives here last Week. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Holdorf and, family spent Sunday evening at the Henry Kramer home In Ceylon. Frank Bailey and family were dinner guests at the C. O. Bailey home in Burt last week Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Baker of Armstrong spent Tuesday afternoon at the and Emma Curry .. . in Falrmont, ( »August 21. Mr v and Molnes Ed. * Des visit Molnes arrivediberefSundayfjjr'a visit with the fonnjrls mother;,$fi*. Mary Harsch. 'TheyUeft^Mondai;? accom- • • •--- "— a game was played here between Mallard and Fenton in which Fenton was again victorious, 7 to 2. Mr.' and Mrs. R. C. Goetsch and son, Richard, Miss Agnes Goetsch, Miss Julia Ames, one of our former Fenton teachers and Paul Elgler left on Wednesday morning for the Twin Cities. From there they went to Rose- common, Michigan, their childhood home. On their return trip they expect to stop at Milwaukee for a visit with relatives and friends. .Rev. and Mrs. E. T. Gerkin and J. H. Castle will leave the latter part of this week to attend the Bible conference at the M. E. camp grounds at Lake Okoboji. There will be Sunday School at the usual hour but no morn- Ing service Sunday, August 3. There will be Epworth League in the evening and a gospel team from Algona will be here for the evening services. Robert Voettler celebrated his seventieth birthday Tuesday evening. The following guests were present: Mrs. Kate Hantelman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Wersphan and daughter, Elvira, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller and daughters, Alvina and Marie, Mr. and Mrs. George Siems and daughter, Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest .Voettler and sons, John Voettler and Adolph Wer- sphan. t ,° ' ' a - tor .Cherokee, SENECA NEWS ikxypxi^^ Maurice Jensen is now employed on ;he Kueck farm. Dorcella Jensen visited last week with relatives in Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. John Lenlhan spent Sunday at the Chris Nielsen home. Harriet and Bernard Jensen and Ruth Kueck spent Sunday at Algona visiting the Potter sisters/LuElla and Sadie, former Seneca teachers. Frank Bailey and children, Marjorie, Don Jean, and Hadley and the Glaus children, Vivian, Ruth and Geneva were Sunday afternoon vlstors at the George Goetsch home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Osborn and son; Lyle, drove to Waterloo Saturday, and planned to return Monday. They* wenj to visit their son, Lester, wh.Orisiat'' tending Gates College, and 4ls%to lN v|sJ|.. Mr. Osborn's sister, Mrs. ;,Tjirner,-of , LaPorte City, ' --^ ... Pauline Os of her thumb she,-•-'-' timer and ..Mns. and two daughters of Lone Rock were dinner guests at the Rex Wolfe home Sunday. B|TS. O. Wif'Lauritzen,-|ao* Cbmpanled Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wolff? home for~a«>few days'wislt. $&$ ' F. J. Weisbrod homes. Little Betty Ann and Joan Meyers spent the day Friday on the farm with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Meyers. Mrs. Robert Morris and baby daughter of Des Moines came Tuesday for a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. E. W. Ruske. Mr, and Mrs. Jack Hlnkel and family of LuVerne were guests on Sunday at the home of the latter's brother, John Gramenz, Raymond Kyhl,-who .is employed in the canning factory in Fairmont, was an over Sunday visitor in the parental Robert Kyhl home. Mr, and Mrs. M. Leahan of Tulsa,Oklahoma, are making an extended visit at the home of the latter's sister, Mrs. E. A. Huskamp. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber were entertained at the home of Mrs. Stoeber's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ohas. Bassett, in Fairmont Sunday. Joe Hanson of Mason City was a guest at the P. H. Jensen home last week on Monday evening. Mr. Hanson Is an appraiser of farms. The Ed, Dehnert family of LuVerne and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Goeders of Algona were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F, H. Bohn Thursday. The M. B. Aid society estimated the clearance receipts from their refresh-' ment booth on Legion Day amounted to between ninety and one hundred dollars- Mr, and Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod and family visited Thursday at the home of Mrs. Weisbrod's mother, Mrs. J. A. Kresensky, who is ill at her home in Algona. The L/UU7 *»•»*. W'T***" **WJ» - »«•»»• IT ,1 '-If Mr, and Jfcrs. O- M^Miller went to Emmetsburi 'Friday where they rented a cottage. They will go there Monday and expect to do light housekeeping as Mr. Miller has been employed to do finishing work on the new Junior high school building at that place. A fire in his oats field was discovered by M. E. Burwash Thursday noon. Fortunately It was discovered soon after starting and only about twenty-five shocks were lost. Neighbors were called in and it was soon under control. The origin of the fire is unknown. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Chrischilles and daughter, Jane, carne Wednesday from Minneapolis for a visit with relatives and to be present for the Legion celebration Thursday. Mr. Chrlschilles is employed In the .Ford plant at that place. They returned home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Shand of Crary, North Dakota, and Mrs. E. G. Stephenson and three children of Newton, arrived here Monday for a visit at the O. J. Stephenson home. Mrs. E. G. Stephenson is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shand and a daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson. Mr. and Mrs. Edward White of Cedar Falls were Saturday dinner guests at the home of Superintendent B. I/. Belken. Mr. White Is the pricinpal and coach of the Fenton high school, and while here rented the house of Mrs. Wm. Dryer and will move his family here about the middle of August. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Peterson who moved to Clear Lake about ten years ago, arrived here from Chicago, their present home Tuesday for a visit with friends. They also visited at Clear Lake on then- way here. Mr. Peterson is working at his old trade, masonry, In Chicago, but reports work very scarce there, ' Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Butterfield of Chicago are visiting at the W.-O. Nelson and George Butterfield homes this week. • *,. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Heeren, of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, were Over night guests at the P. W. Larson" home on Monday. The Hazel M, Cass players are putting on a week's entertainment under a large tent here. They are putting on a splendid program. The confirmation class of the Immanuel Lutheran church gave a party for Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Swanson at the city park on Friday evening. The Epworth League Institute is In session at the M. E. church camp grounds at West Okoboji. There are eight young people from Swea City in attendance and there are eight hundred delegates from differents parts of Iowa registered. The Bible conference begins Sunday at this same place and those who plan to attend have a treat in store. The celebrated Italian soloist Mario Capelli, will sing at the three services on Sunday, August third. dressed the v wo ^Osborns, forlands s . .^r.'All 'othe* 'ready to start.; , Atrs Jennie Jen* i were guests at IphBon in Bam sen and.. the hoine/-. ,•—,»"—•--»«-.—••• — croft Wedn6sday» v A»two course „ , eon was served late;in the afternoon; Most of the tune was spent in visit* Ing. Mrs. Adolphson' has been matron at the Seneca cottage for four or five years during the school term. Miss, Emma taught the primary room'In thg Seneca school for nine, years, however she is not returning next year. Mitf Lewis is from Philadelphia. Miss Esi ther has been teaching in the public school in Bancroft a number, to f yearst The Adolphsons were childhood acquaintances of Mrs. Osborn and Mrs. Jensen. Virtue Imperative But what is liberty without wisdom, and without virtue? It Is the greatest of all possible evils; for it Is folly, vice and madness without tuition or restraint.—Burke. ,.,.„ of the Newel hardware store presents a fresh, neat appearance due to a new coat of paint being applied this last week. F. P. Newel did fee work. Senator G. W- Patterson of Burt and Representative J. H- Jensen of Seneca were dinner guests at the home of Mr. andi Mrs. Pjllp Wander on Thursday. Glenn and Alvln Kluss spent a few days last week at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Kluss. The boys are engaged In road construction work near Cedar Rapids, at present. Quite a number of enthusiastic kitten ball fans from Burt accompanied o»fi of then: team? to Fentpn last Monday evening for a game. The visitors were defeated by a score of 16 to 14. Mr. and Mrs. George Rockwood and fj son, Roxy, of Worthington, Minnesot^ came Sunday for a visit at the Den- 1 * 1 " Smith home. Mr. Rockwood retur- home Sunday while M;rs. Rockw will remain for a week or more on account of the infantile paralysis which is very prevalent in that community at present. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Flanders of Omaha, and Mrs. Sophia Flanders of Tucson, Arizona, and Mr. and Mrs. R. N Bruer of Bancroft were entertained at the E. 0. Weisbrod home Monday of last week and at the H. E. Reimer home Tuesday. is a cousin o* H. E. Relme" Mrs. Lulu arrived here ».««.•.—„ -•Evans, Minnesota, where she had been assisting her sister for some time. Mrs. Knutson has disposed of her property in Estherville and will make an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Lars Finnestad and other relatives ir this vicinity before locating permanently. The first base ball game between Lotts Creek and Fenton, Legion Day resulted in an overwhelming victory for Fenton, by a score of 19 to 6. The following game between Ethervllle and Spencer was a good game, it ending if to 6 In favor of Bpencer. Sunday Mrs. Sophia Flanders , E. C. Weisbrod and I |\ on and son, Amos, morning from WHUT'S OE ANSWER ANTH'ACITC Let this pair work out your fuel problems for the coming winter. A Good Place to Buy Coal. ES.NORTON&SON YARP THAT SAViS AND SATISFIED

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