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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, November 12,1930 BANCROFT NEWS Monday. irn, and Anm gona visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Schiltz were visitors at Mankato Monday. vi^fn rit V e , 8e l bert of Fal ™<>nt was visiting friends -here Sunday. Antoinette Hart spent the week efid at the Nelson home at Aigona. J. D. Brophy of Campus, Illinois, transacted business here last Week. The John Sloan family of Corwlth spent Sunday at the Tom Cogley home . Walter Welp of Humboldt spent one day last week at the home of Mrs. JN Mr. and Mrs. George Fangman are the proud parents of a baby boy born Sunday. The skating rink under the management of Roy McOuire, will be opened Saturday. • .,,,., Mr. and Mrs. -William Reimers -of Whittemore spent Sunday at the Nfck Bruer home; ' ; • Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Richardson and family of Aigona spent Sunday at the Dr. E. A. Howe home. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nelson and children of Aigona spent Sunday at the G. D. Hart home. C. B. Hanson spent the Week end at Omaha where he visited with his son, Prank, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Torine and family of Swea City spent Sunday at the Herman Erlckson home. Mrs. Joe Vaske will entertain the Women's Missionary society at her home Thursday' afternoon. , Harold Marshall of Dubuque 'spent a few days here last week visiting Bancroft relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Gregor Vaske of Wll- mont, Minnesota, spent the week end at the William Vaske home. Matt Nemmers, son L. J. and his daughter, Josephine, drove to Mankato Sunday to Visit with friends. Carl Pearson, of Aigona spent the week end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pearson. Miss Mary Mescher returned home from Des Moines last Tuesday where she spent the past few months. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson of Swea City spent Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Hilma Erickson. Miss Mary Sheridan returned from Des Moines Saturday where she completed a course in beauty culture. Kenneth Ditsworth had the misfortune to fracture his knee cap last Friday while trying to crank a tractor. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Schiltz spent Sunday at the home of the lady's 'par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Elbsrt at Aigona. The Joe Priester and Peter Fuchsen families of Whittemore were dinner guests at the P. J. Schiltz home Sunday. Mr. arid Mrs. W. P. Rustemeler of 'Algoha are the parents of a baby boy. They now have a family of two boys and one girl. R. E. Hutton and Viggo Christensen returne'd hdme from Rochester Friday, Where* the'ySwent for an examination at the'hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Vaske and son, Robert, spent Sunday at the home of the .former's mother, Mrs. John Haupert and family. Lulu Richard, Florence and Margaret Miller spent Sunday at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Miller at LuVerne. ; . Charles iSohemmel of Calmar spent a few days last week visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schemmel. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reaper and daughter of Aigona spent Sunday at the. Florin Hunt home. • The Ed. Brink family left Saturday for Waterloo, where they will make their future home. Mr. Brink will run a grtfcery. store there. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Peterson of Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Peters son of Swea City spent Sunday at the Oscar Grame residence. Harry and Leonard Cutler of Rockford returned home Saturday, having spent the summer working with the McGuire grading crew. Alfred. Haupert and Ed. Zelniske returned to Herman, Minnesota, Thursday after spending a few days with relatives and friends here. Miss Emma Adolphson substituted for Miss Georgia Carmean the last of ;the week while the latter attended the funeral of her grandmother at Leon. Russell and Leo Saunders, W. A. Murry, Arthur Welp and Wilbur Fox attended the Sleepy Eye-Estherville foot ball game at Estherville on Sunday. The streets past the Florin Hunt and Amos Kinney homes and also the streets from the Charles Schmidt to the Mrs. Mary. Froehle residences have been graded. Audry Schacht, seven year old granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Schneider, arrived here last week from Ringling, Montana. She will attend St. John's school here. Miss Olga Ellsbecker is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ellsbecker this week. She is a registered nurse and is practicing at the hospital in Carroll. Mrs. F. J. Welp entertained' five tables of bridge on Saturday evening. Mrs. M. A. Saunders won high prize, Mrs. Peter Berens second prize and Margaret Schiltz cut prize. Mr. and Mrs. Frances Kemp of Aged West Bend Lady Died Last Saturday. West Bendi November 11. Special: Mrs. Elizabeth Rice McColloch died at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. William Hundertmark Saturday afternoon at four-thirty o'clock. Mrs. McColloch was born at Akron, Ohio, October 22, 1854. She was married in 1870 to Warren McColloch. Five children were bom to them, two having died In infancy. Two sons, Warren of Eagle Grove, and Frank of Aberdeen, South Dakota, and one daughter at Las Vegas, New Mexico, survive and also seventeen grandchildren. Mr. McColloch died in 1919 in West Bend. Mrs. McColloch made her home with her granddaughter since that time. She was beloved by all who knew her and the .sympathy of the community goes out to the bereaved family. The funeral services were held at the Methodist churuch Monday at two o'clock, the services being conducted by Rev. Pharo. Burial was in the cemetery west of town. We Have a Complete Line ROASTERS Prices ranging from $1 to $4.75 each SPECIAL FOE SATURDAY 1 Ib. can Johnson's Paste Wax 49c 1.00 Eeed's Family Size Roasters, each Good quality hickory hammer 1ft,, Handles,' each Security Weather Strip, per foot Sanitary Window Ventilators, each Electric Light Bulbs, 15 to 60 watt 45c 20c 0. W. ERICKSON HARDWARE L. J. NELSON, Manager. Phone 274 , Aigona, Iowa. laaaaaseaaaaaS^^ Order Your WUYVWVWtfV wvwwwu. Christmas Cards NOW before the big rush starts. We have two beautiful lines from which to make your selection. Ask to see them. Upper-Des Moines Republican VW^ Washburn are visiting at the home of Charles Stauder. Mrs. Kemp will be better remembered as Miss Hazel Bolster before her marriage. Mrs. William Saunders of Mendota, Illinois, is visiting Mrs. Frank Schemmel and at the Mrs. Jerry Saunders home. ' The latter will return home with her to spend the winter. Bert Goddard was attending to the chores at the Frank Bennett farm near Burt last week while they attended the funeral of Mr. Bennett's brother at Jefferson, who was accldently killed. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plath and their daughter of Howard City, Michigan, returned to their home last Tuesday after a few days' visit at the home of his brother, O. F. Plath and family. W. E. Quinn spent a few days here last week. He returned to Rochester on Tuesday to be at the bedside of his wife who is a patient at the Colonial hospital. Her condition is about the same. Mr. Hamilton, president of the Hamilton Busneiss College of Mason City, addressed the high school pupils of the Bancroft public school on the Value of an Education at the school Tuesday afternoon. The many friends of Cecil Bolster, former resident of this vicinity will be pleased to learn that he has joined the army and is now stationed at the Phillippine Islands. He Is taking a course in aviation. Philip Sheridan, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sheridan, had the misfortune to have the ligaments torn loose in his side while practicing foot ball last week. His brother, James, is taking his place in the bakery. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Guest are now occupying their residence in the south part of town which they recently purchased and the Anton Schneiders are now living in the residence formerly occupied by the Rudy Void family. A. H. Deiterlng resigned as manager of the Phillips Petroleum oil station Monday. Arthur Welp is now the manager, having taken possession Monday. Joe Wilhelmi is taking the place of Mr. Welp at the Standard Oil station. The ten year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gray, living east of •-Bancffaft, passed away Saturday, evening, we'cause of her death being leakage of the heart/ Funeral services were'held at Titonka and burial was made in Portland cemetery. Upon returning home from school one day last week, Pershing Janvrln, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Janvrin, former residents of this place, but now of Webster City, was struck by a car. He was taken to the hospital, but it was found that he nad only sustained minor injuries. Peter Jacobs and G. D. Hart ai'e busy building a ten foot addition to the stage in the school auditorium and making new scenery. It is is being built in sections so it can be stored. They will now have all their plays ir. the auditorium, the first play being the junior class play on Tuesday and Wednesday. Fenton News Items Basket Ball Schedule— The basket ball teams have been busy practicing and expect to play their first game this year with Rlng- sted at that place next week, November 18. Following is their schedule for the coming season: November 18— Ringsted there; November 21—Cylinder here; December 5—Titonka there; December 12—Lone Rock here; December 16—Seneca here; January 9— Seneca there; January 13—Bancroft there; January 16—Lone Rock, there; January 20-^Titonka here; January 23 —Swea City here; January 27—Whittemore here; January 29—Swea City there; February 6—open; February 10—Bancroft here; February 13— Whittemore there; February 20-21— girls' tournament at Lone Rock; February 27-28—boys' tournament at Ledyard. Minnesota Visitors- Mr, and Mrs. George Beck of Winona, Minnesota, and Mrs. Carrie Holtzworth and son, Aaron of Brownsville, Minnesota, arrived here last week Wednesday for a visit at the Frank Bailey and George and J. F. Newel homes. On Thursday afternoon Mrs. Holtzworth and son, Aaron and Mesdames Beck, J. F. and Kate Newel drove to West Bend to see Father Dobberstein's grotto of Redemption. The visitors left Friday morning- for Jessup for a visit at the home of Mr. Beck's sister, Mrs. Leslie McLeod. Or Saturday they attended the homecoming at Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs Beck's son, Joe, plnved with the Carlton College team from Northfield Ir the football game there that day. They returned home Sunday. Society Met— The Woman's Foreign Missionary society met last Thursday afternoon at the M. E. church. Mrs. R. C. Goetch had charge of the devotlonals. Mrs. Chas. Welsbrod gave a reading entltl-. ed, "The Lace Collar." A story about "The Enlarged Forces" was rend h\ Mrs. Wllbert Holdorf and "The Thrill of the Uninterested" was the suvject of a playlet given by-Mrs. A. H. Meyers. Mrs. R. C. Goetch, Mrs. B. D Belken, Mrs. F. H. Elgler, Mrs. Wll- bert Holdorf. Mrs. Frank McFall and Mrs. E. A. Welsbrod. The latter also pave a reading "The Call of the Crusade.'' The meeting was closed by song and prayer. Refreshments were served by the hostessess, Mrs. H. P and Philip Weisbrod. Anniversary of Club— • i Mrs. J. T. Snyder and Mrs. J. F Newel drove to Belmond last Tuesday morning. Mrs. Snyder attended the anniversary of the Progress club of which organization she was a member while living in Belmond. She also attended the regular meeting of the Eastern Star. Two of her friends became members at this meeting. Mrs. Newel visited her daughter, Irene, who is an instructor in the junior high school there. Rev. Snvder accompanied them as far as Burt on Tuesday where he attended the district conference which was held in the M. E. church. He returned home the same day and Mrs. Snyder and Mrs. Newel returned home Thursday morning. P. T. A. Meeting— The regular meeting of the parent- teachers' association was held' in the high school auditorium last week on Tuesday evening. The following program was given: Citizenship Demonstration, room one; Piano solo, Maxine Weisbrod; The Influence of Environment and Heredity on the Child, Dr. Miller, Fairmont clinic; violin solo, Hazel Weisbrod; Isenberg trio and Mr. Kink of the East Chain Mission church. The business meeting followed, Mrs. B. D. Belken, Mrs. G. R. Krause and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson were appointed to have charge of the programs for the three following meetings. After adjournment lunch was served in the basement. Wedding Anniversary— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boevers celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary last week Wednesday by inviting their seven daughters and their families to spend the day and enjoy a f^^ Camay TOILET SOAP three for Buy by the dozen while this sale is booked. Long's Grocery are VIRGIN DIAMONDS Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. ... but you can be positive that every Certified Virgin Diamond is a blue-white,carefully graded gem of exceptional brilliancy, 'and/ what is more important, direct from the mines, never before owned or worn. Virgin Diamonds of guaranteed quality, many be secured from $25 to $2,500. Sold exclusively through Authorized Virgin Diamond Dealers F.W.Wehler&Co. Jewelers & Optometrists. goose dinner. The attending guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Volgt and family of Welcome, Minnesota; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bettln of Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Steinbeck and family; Mrs. Carrie Voigt and children, Ar- dls and Gerald of this place and Miss Lilas Boevers who lives at home. Mrs. Ed. McAdams of El Monte, California, and Mrs. Verne Owens of Jefferson, were unable to be here. Mrs. Lucille Bakke Reed of Mallard and Mrs. Floyd Gibbons of Burt visited Sunday at the W. R. Wolfe home. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Newel entertained the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Newel and Mrs. Emma Curry at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller went to Kanawha last Wednesday to spend n few days at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Miller. Orin Howell of Rose Hill and Clarence Howell of Washington came last week Monday for a few days' visit at the T. N. McFall home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wolfe of Latl- mer were entertained at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Laurltzen Sunday. Les'cr Welsbrod of the Newel Motor Company of Hartley was a visitor at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. -Welsbrod Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. O. G. Schmidt and son, Forrest, of Buffalo Center, were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wolfe Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Clark of Clinton, drove over for the open season on pheasants last week. They were guests at the C. H. Geronsln home. Miss Edna Laurltzen Is assisting In the W. R. Wolfe home while Mrs. Wolfe Is recovering from her recent treatments at Savannah, Missouri. Mesdames Charles Welsbrod, John Bolllnger nnd Chris Wlddel spent last week Friday at the Charles Langerman and Carrie Haase homes in Fairmont. Chas. Steinbeck and daughter, Myra, attended the funeral of the former's aunt, Mrs. Coleman, at Brook- Ings, South Dakota, last week Wednesday. Henry Kern and son, Carl, Mrs. 'Herbst and Mrs. Beasley of Tlpton visited last week Wednesday and Thursday at the Carl Kern home. Carl is a brother to Mrs. Herbst and Henry Kern. The Thursday evening bridge club was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wlddel last week. Mrs. W. T. Ohm won high honors. Refreshments were served after the games. The young married folks' Sunday School class enjoyed an evening of fun and merry making at the Wilbert Holdorf home last Friday. Refreshments were served at the close of the entertainment. Mrs. Harry Filer and daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jacobson and baby, Walter Dennis, of Council Bluffs visited several days of last week at the H. P. and Philip Welsbrod homes. Carl Meier and daughter, Louise, and son, Carl Edward and the former's mother, Mrs. Doris Meiers, all of Des Moines, spent last week at the E. A., H. J. and Wm. Huskamp homes. Mrs. Meiers is an aunt of the Huskamp brothers. Wilfred Stoeber stopped off at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber last Thursday, enroute to Minneapolis from New Orleans, Louisiana, where he traveled for the North - rup King Seed Company. The salesmen are being called in at this time to check up with the company. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Howell and sons. Donald, Lonny, Jr., and Jack of Greeley, Nebraska, arrived here last week Wednesday for a short visit at the T. N. McFall home. Mr. Howell is n salesman for the Hlgley Chemical Company of Dubuque and has decided to make Aigona his permanent location. Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod and daughter, Nettle, drove to Fairmont Saturday. They spent the night at the home of Mrs. Carrie Haase. On Sunday they were accompanied by Mrs. Haase and daughter, Pearl, to Madelia, Minnesota, for a visit with Mrs. Ed. Widdel, who recently underwent an operation and is in the hospital at that place. Allan Bollinger of the Fairville neighborhood had the misfortune to have the middle finger of his right hand badly mutilated last Saturday while unloading corn. The chain drive In the elevator caught his glove, drawing his finger in with it. He was taken to Whittemore where Dr. McCreery found it necessary to amputate the entire finger. Mrs. Henry Warner, Sr., entertained the following guests at her home on Sunday: the Jess O'Keefe family and Asa Warner family of Ledyard; Mrs. Kate Hawk, Mrs. Jesse Stebritz and two dauhgters of Lone Rock; Mrs. Vera Thomas of Mankato; the Sam, Henry and Walter Warner families; Miss Ruth Humphrey, Mrs. George Shott and granddaughter, Betty Jean of this place. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS PEACHES - Yellow Clings, 2 large No. '2 l /2 eans CORN Pens and Tonm- iocs, per can PORK AND BEANS If you wish to serve hot place benns In jar and cover with strips of bacon. When bacon is crisp the benns nre ready to serve. Morning Light 2 %"*> N " 2 1 /. cans 29c CITRON - 4°.™±10c arton J carton' Lemon Peel 4°."™.UOc Grange Peel 9 RING BOLOGNA Fresh smoked for Ibis sale. for :-- 25c ICED ASSTD. COOKIES 2 Lf !;;49c LIMA or Butter Beans per pound BREAD 16 oz. loaf CORNED BEEF HASH The best hash Is made from corned beef. The most economical way to buy Corned Beef is In the can at the Council Oak price. Cooked Corned ajr *-"*-**• No. 1 can EEF 25c TOMATO SOUP 3c "± e "' g 25c Tac-Cut Coffee - 3 cans • steel cut pound can PURE GOLD Oranges r d02en 33c for Robb Ross BREAKFAST SYRUP You will enjoy the maple flavor on your pancakes and waffles. The price on this syrup is extremely low. Large 30 oz. bottle .__._.,-.,- *4£ BEACON BLANKETSnS 00 2.39 Vapor Seal ALUMINUM COOKERS Special price with '': 9 7(1 $5.00 purchase each ; v $? Sexton School to Hold Program. Sexton, November 11. Special: A program will be given in the Sexton Hall Thursday, November 20. Admission will be ten and twenty-five cents. A free lunch consisting of pumpkin pie, doughnuts and coffee will be served. Candy and pop corn will also be on hand. Numbers will be sold on an Indian blanket. Come and get the blanket for ten cents. The program will be as follows: Song "Iowa,", by the school; recitation by Leo Kirschbaum; dialogue by the upper grades; drill by Kathryn Kirsohbaum, Jane Wadlelgh, Elgene Barr and ' Pauline Neuroth; dialogue, by Bernard Weaver and Plorian Neuroth; song, "We're Thankful"; recitation by Virgil Fraser; drill by the upper grades; dialogue by Kathryn Kirschbaum., Lulu Aman, Ardeen Barr, and Harold Aman; recitation by Marcella Plsch; dialogue, by Leona Stell, Bernard Weaver, Carl Aman and Lois Miller; recitation by Leo Kirschbaum; dialogue by the fifth grade; song, "We Need You" by the school; drill, all grades; recitation, Lulu Aman; exercise by Jane Wadlelgh, Elgene Barr, Ardeen Barr, Harold Aman and Virgil Fraser; recitation by Council Oak Early Risers Program ' " Vj; —brings to you every morning, except Sunday, the official weather forecast, the correct time, the latest press reports along with several musical numbers and Council Oak store news; followed by the estimated live stock receipts of the day. Over KSCJ 6:30 to 7:00 A. M. Phyllis Fraser; dialogue by Leona Stell, Marcella Flsch, Ruth Steil, Wilbur Steven, Bernard Miller and Bernard Weaver; recitation by Eleanor Fraser; song, "America" by the school. Special music will be given between the different parts of the program. Sawyer Heads Iowa Optometrists. At a meeting held at Spencer last Saturday the Northwestern Zone of the Iowa State Association of Optometrists elected Dr. F. E. Sawyer, vice president; Dr. Howard Pierce, president, and Dr. E. L. Hoefle, secretary. yVWVWJWJWSJWffJW^^ Popular Excursion to CHICAGO November 14-15-16 $8.00 Round Trip SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS Football—Nov. IB- Cardinals vs. Green Bay Packers. See the wonderful Field Museum, the Art Institute and the Lincoln Park Zoo; Admission free. Take a motor bus ride over the greatest Park and Boulevard System in the world. Splendid attractions at the theatres. For going trip, tickets will he honored in coaches on trains (except No. 22) leaving Friday, Nov. 14, Saturday, Nov. 15, and until 7:18 a. in. Sunday, Nov. 1C. For return trip, tickets will he lumred in coaches on trains (except No. 11) scheduled to reach original starting point not later than midnight of Monday, Nov. 17. Children Half Fare No Baggage Checked For full particulars and tickets apply to Agent I: ij Chicago & North Western Ry VUWWVAWVWWVVWUW^^ wvwww

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