The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1930 · Page 10
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Wednesday, November 19, 1930
Page:
Page 10
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Hie tfpper Des Moines-Beptibiican, Kovember 19,1930 Fenton News Items Jnnlof Class Play— The junior class presented their play "The Ghost Parade," to a good sized Crowd both evenings, Tuesday anc Wednesday. They are to be congratulated upon their succes in the presentation. Much credit is due their coach Miss Mable Brandt. The cast of characters was as follows: Absolom Hakes, ah old inhabitant, Wilfred Ranney; the Sheriff and other things, Howard infers; Hiram, village shlek, Harold Geronsin; Rastus, who believes In hants. Arthur Knecier; Abe Higgenbottom, a paying guest, Karl Schwartz; Jones and Matilda, two mysterious guests Hans Krause and Helen Radlg; Mamie Rose, fresh from New York, Marlys Jensen; Ann Watkins, who inherits the hotel, Alma Pederson; Alec Smart and Ted Lewis, headllners in vaudeville Martin Pert! and Frank Dreyer; Miss Abigail Jones, just a sweet young thing, Anna Reimers; Billy Lainont of the Red Ruby Film Company, Bertha Huskamp; Claudia, Flo and the Pest, movie actresses, Ella Dreyer, Lucile Weisbrod and Clara Meinke. Cooperative Dinner— The following members of the American Legion and their families en- Joyed a seven o'clock cooperative dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Widdel last week Teusday evening November 11: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Blackwenn and family, Mr. and Mrs K. G. Hengel, Mr. and Mrs. W. R Wolfe and daughter, Edith, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Widdel and family. The table was decorated with a large cen- ers' institute. They returned home on Stnktay. Mrs. A. H. Meyers and W. J. Weisbrod entertained their Sunday School classes last week Saturday evening at n backward party In the M. E. church parlor. The guests arrived with garments on backward. Games were played backward and the refreshments were served the same way. There were thirty in attendance. Paul Eigler drove to Omaha last Thursday after his brother, Durwood. who attends the Creighton University, and who come home to enjoy the open season on pheasants. Their aunt, Mrs. Frank Hicks accompanied them home. On Sunday. Mrs. F. H. Eigler, Miss Laura Battles and Melrln Warner took them back to Omaha. They will return Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Newel drove to Waldorf last Saturday afternoon for a visit at the home of the latter's sister, Mrs. William Ford, and husband. They were entertained on Sunday at the home of Mrs. Newel's mother, Mrs. Mary Harmon Sorenson of Waldorf. They went to Waseca Sunday evening, remaining over night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Schultz, returning home Monday. Z. N. Smith and wife and daughter, Mary of Des Moines arrived here last Thursday and visited until Sunday at the home of the former's brother, Dennis. On Friday another brother, Z. Smith, accompanied by Dr. De Camp and Mr. West of Adel and also Tom terpiece representing a white" cakejWilcox and Clyde Quinlisk of Perry trimmed with flags. One large one in j drove over for a visit at the Smith the center and smnll ones around it home and to enjoy the two day open one flag for every year since the Armistice has been, signed. After dinner an enjoyable evening was spent playing games. At a late hour hte guests" departed for their various homes having enjoyed the evening immensely. Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Waite attended a veterianrians' meeting at the Kermoore hotel In Emmetsourg this week Monday. Miss Edith Laage of Cedar Rapids was a week end visitor at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs C F C. Laage. Mrs. Kate Newel and Gordon Weisbrod spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Newel at Hartley. Rev. J. T. Snyder, Dr. J. T. Waite and Wilbert Holdorf attended a Masonic pheasant dinner at Bancorft on Saturday evening. Mrs. A. J. Krause was hostess to the afternoon bridge club Saturday. Mrs. K W.-Ruske scored highest. A two •course luncheon was served. A baby daughter arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Bellinger last Tuesday. This is the second child, are girB, She was named Lois. Miss-Susan Goeders of Whlttemore spent a few days last week at the home of her sister, Mrs. p. H. Bohn. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Graham enterj tained the former's brother, Harolp and family and Mr. and Mrs. Orval 'Engels of Des Mblnea at their horde , Sunday. * , Homer Huskamp and H. C. Lindsey of the Huskamp Chevrolet Company attended a Chevrolet dealer and salesman meeting at Fort Dodge last week Thursday. The M. E. Aid society will meet this week In the church parlor. The hostesses will be Mesdames C. G. Humphrey, F. H. Eigler, R. C. Goetsch and Philip Wander. Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder motored to Lake City Friday on a business mission. They were over night guests at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Loss. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber entertained Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber and son, Wilfred and daughter, Gladys of this place and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber of Armstrong Sunday. The farm bureau women met at the home of Mrs. A. J. Krause last week Wednesday afternoon. A good attendance was reported. "Goals in Homemaking" was the subject of the lesson for this meeting. Mrs. G. M. Miller attended the aid society meeting at the St. Paul Lutheran church at Ringsted last week. Mrs. Peer Jensen attended the Norwegian Lutheran Aid society at the Seneca church last Thursday. The Four-H club girls met at the home of Dorothy Stigman last Saturday afternoon. The girls exchanged ideas on the making of Christmas gifts. Fourteen members and two visitors besides the leader were present. Refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reimers entertained the following guests at their home Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hansen and family of Stanhope,'Carl Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reimers of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and Axel Peterson. The basket ball teams play their first game with Ringsted, there, this week Tuesday evening. The girls' line-up is as follows: captain, Veneta Voigt, Maxine Weisbrod, Hazel Weisbrod, Marjorie Bailey, Alice Hantclman, Anna Reimers, Marlys Jensen. Ardis Voigt, Kathleen Lindsey, Verdell Lauritzen. Superintendent and Mrs. G. D. Belken and family motored to Radcliife last week Wednesday for a visit at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Johnson. They went on to Des Moines Thursday and Superintendent Belken attended the teach- season on pheasants. Vernon Ohm invited the boys of the first and second grades to his home last week Monday after school to help him celebrate his seventh birthday. Games were played for an hour or more after which the boys were served refreshments. Gordon Graham, a first grade pupil, entertained about fifteen of his friends at a similar party at his home in honor of his sixth birthday on Thursday aftre school After the party Mrs. Graham served a lunch. The Woman's club met last week on Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harry Widdel with Mrs. G. D. Belken as assisting hostess. Current events were given in response to roll call. The following paper were read: Mrs. F. H. Bohn on "Laws of the State Concerning Women"; Mrs. C. H. Ger- onsln on "Iowa Public Health Laws"; Mrs. H. P. Weisbrod on "State Institutions." A vocal duet was given by Mrs. H. C. Lindsey and Mrs. A. H. Meyers and instrumental music on the piano by Leona Borchardt. The meeting was adjourned and a two course luncheon served by the hostesses. BUET NEWS. Mrs. E. D. Mover and Ion= are visiting at, the Charles Mover Iw-.e. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Householder Sunday. Mrs. R. L. Cogdill spent several days last week at the H. A. Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings visited Mr. and Mrs. William Fisher at Algona Sunday. Mrs. R. M. Wallace of Algona visited here at the J. H. Grover home Saturday afternoon. Miss Bertha Wiese of Welcome, Minnesota, is visiting with her mother, Mrs. Trina Wiese. Mrs. Paul Moore is visiting at home of her son, Durwood, and family at Mount Vernon. Ed. Bartlett has been ill with pneumonia for some time. Mrs, Wentz of Titonka Is caring for him. Dr. R. H. Thomrjsn was at Iowa City the latter part of last week where he attended homecjmi-'.i;. R. P. Housour returned home Sunday from Chicago where he took his brother, Dr. J. V. Housour. George Hawcott has taken a contract to haul the express between Burt and Bancroft. He began work Monday. A baby boy was born Sunday to Mr. 3 Days Only THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATT ORIGIN ConrntoMT 1927 UNITED DRUG Co. Unquestionably The Greatest Sale Ever Conducted By A Drug Store Anywhere For Your Benefit With every sale article you purchase at our regular price, you receive another just like it for one cent Midnight Face Powder Your choice of three shades of Rachelle and Evening—a delightful nor powder — it clinps wonderfully. Midnight Cocoa Butter Cold Cream Delightful cream for roughened end chapped skin. 3-o«. jar 2 75c Jars 76c REXALL REMEDIES AND PURETEST PRODUCTS Rexall Theatrical Cold Cream Mb. Sii. A delightful toft cream for Harmony Cream of Almonds Soothe: and soften: the skin when applied on the face and bands. 2 35c Bottle* 36c Jonteel Vanishing Cream A pleasant cream to use before applying face powder. Harmony Bay Rum Pint Six* 16-01. Finest distilled Oil of Bay. 2 75c Bottle* 76c Mi 31 Shaving Cream Insures quick share, 1 leaving the skin delightfully cool. 2 SOcTube* 51c Maximum Hot Water Bottles Z-flt. Capacity Guaranteed Jonteel Face Powder Brunette, Flesh and White. Soft, clinging povder vith Cold Cream bas«. Klenzo Cocoanut Oil Shampoo OUT Grres sew life and rostre to the fciir. 2 SOc Bottle* 51c Mi 31 Dental Paste YOB will enjoy cleaning year teeth with this new dental product — it's to good! 2 SOc Tube* 5lc SOe RexiHana Cough Syrup . . 2 for 51e 59c Petrofol, Full Pint . . . 2 for 60c 25c Headache Powder Tafcleu . 2 for 26c 35c Rexall Analieilc Balm . .' 2 for 36e SOc Rexall Djripeplia Tablet! . 2 for Etc 25c Rexall Pep Tabl . . . 2 for 2tfc S9e Antiteptii, full pint . . 2 for 7Oc SOc Rexall Penetrating Liniment 2 for Sic 39c Rex-Salrine . . . . 2 for 4Oc 2Sc Rexatl Catarrh Jelly . . 2 for 26c 2Sc Resall Carrie . . . . 2 for 26c 25* Menlho. While Pine Comp. 2 for 26c 2Sc Rexitll Cold Tabliti Special 2 for 26c 1.00 Syrup Hrpopbotphites . . 2 for 1.01 2Sc Puniest Soda Mint Tablet! 2 for 26c SOc Puretetl Cod Liver Oil, Mini FUrored .... 2 for 5Ic 2Sc Ft. Ell. Catcara Aromatic 2 for 26c 2Sc Glycerin and Ro» Water . 2 for 2Sc 3Sc Hinkle'i Caieara Comp. Pilli 2 for 36c 2Sc Purelett Caltor Oil . . .2 for 26c 25c Puretett Mercurochrome . 2 for 26c 25c PnretMt Zinc Stearate . . 2 for 26c SOc U. D. Sodium Phoiphate . 2 for Sic 25c Punted Epiom Sail, Ib. tin 2 for 26c 20c Aromatic Spirili Ammonia 2 for 21c 25c Puretast Compound Licorice 2 for 26c 20c Tub* Zinc Oxide Ointment 2 for 21c Creams add Powder* TOILET ARTICLES Perfumes and Talcs SOc Klenio Deatai Creme 30c Rexall Sharing Cream 2Sc Orante Blouom Talc SOc Riker'. Ila»I ... TSe Hair SUraolalcr . . 25c Geatlemea'i Tale . . SOc Klenxo Liqmid Mouth Wash 10c Egyptian Palai Soap . SOc Rollins; Mauafe Cream 1.00 Lareader Lotion ... SOc Harmony Ha~ir Fix . , 2Sc Rexall Tooth Put* . . 2Sc G*rmicidal Soap . . . SOc Rexall ShiiTia* Lotion . 2 for Sit 2 for 31c 2 for 2&c 2 for Sic 2 for 76c 2 for Z6c 2 for Sic 2 for lie 2 for Sic 2 for 1.01 2 for Sic 2 for 26c 2 for 26c 2 for Sic SOc "93- Hair Tonic . . . 1.00 Anorted Toilet Waten SOc Bouquet Ramea Talcum 1.00 Bouquet Ramee Face Powc TSc Georgia Ro» Cold Cream 75c Midnight Hand Cream . SOc Midnight Talcum SOc Bouquet Ramee Rouge 1.00 Georgia Roie Body Powder 2.00 Midnight Perfume, IK>X. 2Sc Tiny Tot Talcum 2 for Sic 2 for 1.01 2 for Stc 2 for 1.01 2 for 76c 2 for 76c 2 for Ele 2 for Sic 2 for 1.01 2 for 2.01 2 for 26c Rexall Orderlies The ideal laxative 'tablets. Give prompt relief from constipation. Form no habit. Box of 60 Agarex Compound Palatable lubricant with Phenolphthn- lein. Also Agarex, plain without Phenolphthalein. 2 »l-°o Bottles $1.01 REXALL Cherry Bark Cough Syrup Soothing and pleasant relief for dry irritating coughs, 2 SOc Bottles 51c Peptona An efficient Iron and Nux Vomica tonic, for improving the appetite nnd for simple anemia. Full Pint $1.00 Bottles $1.01 SOc Georgia ROM Face Powder 2 for Sic 75c Midnight Foundation Cream 2 for 76c 1.50 Midaight Toilet Water . . 2 for 1.51 CANDY AND STATIONERY 6Oc Wrapped Caramel*. 1-IK . 2 for 61c 75c Lutre Fnied Hard Candiea 2 for 76c 7Sc Fenway Ch«rri*<, Lib. . . 2 for 7Se 60c Liggetfi Hard Candie*. 1-lb. 2 for Sic 35c Liggett'* Milk ChocotaU Bar 2 f <a Me 5c Auortad Candy Ban . . 2 for 6c SOc Lord Baltimore Stationery 2 for Sic 1.50 Symphony Royal Stationery 2 for 1.S1 I.OOAralon Stationery ... 2 for 1.01 SOc Manala Pound Paper . . 2 for Sic ISc Fountain Pen Ink ... 2 for 16c lOc Medford Writing Tablet . 2 for lie Hospital Sopplie* HOUSEHOLD NEEDS Rubber Goods 3Sc AdbeOT*PUjier,S-yd. Spool 2 for 3«c 20c Copley Camxe. 1 yd. . . . 2 for 21c 7c Kaatie** NippU, BaB T«p 2 for 8c 2Oc Waal Ootaa 2 for 21 c 3Sf FintaU Ai.mb.at Cottoa . 2 for JSc \JOO MeaagraaiBo* Water BatUa Z for IjOl 3Sc Tooth Bruihei .... 2 for 36c ISf Hair NeU 2 for ICc SOc Qvick Acting Platter . . 2 for Sic 3Se Dreuins; Comb , . , . 2 for 36c 1.SO Hair Bnuhe* Zforl-Sl 2Sc Alta Toilet Ti«u* . . . 2 for 26c Coffee mad Tesa. PURE FOOD SPECIALS Jam* and Jellies | nm BRAKD Opeka C*ff*e a»d Teu . at . Big 3«<a« Baldr« Chocolate, MJb. . VaniOa Extract .... Peanut Batter, 10-ox. Jan Be*f C.bet, Packaxa of 12 Cocoa P<rwder, Ji-Ik. Ti; 8 f or Me 2 f or 3Sc 2 f or 4Oc 2 for 31e 2 for 26c BALLARDVALE BRAND Orang* Maraulad* ... 2 f or 4tc Lemon Extract 2 for 41c Red Cauraat Jelly Chocolate Sauce .... Crap* Jelly_ ..._... Salad Dreuing . . '. « « A*«ortad Jaau and Pretervaa Z for Elc 2 for 36c 2 for 3Sc 2 for 41c 2 for 49c Puretest Rubbing Alcohol Invigorating and refresh* ing rub-down. 2 59c Bottles 60c 6 pti. $1.80 Puretest Cod Liver Oil Vitamin-Tatted There are health- giving vitamins in this potent Norwegian Oil. 2 $1.00 Bottle* $1.01 Liggett'* Grape Juice Unadulterated juice of ripe Concord Grapes. 2 35c Bottles 36c Pontex Tissue Here's * wonderful buy In good, fine toilet paper. K. D. JAMES ALGONA, IOWA Liggett's Assorted Chocolates l-lb. Package New assortment of chocolates with wonderful centers. 2 Puretest Aspirin Tablets Bring prompt relief from common h c a d aches and pains, Bottle of 100 2 69c Bottle* 70c 35c Size Bottlet 2 for 36c Puretest Mineral Oil Runian Type Colorless, odorless and tasteless. Fint Size 2 $1.00 Bottles i $1.01 Puretest Milk of Magnesia An excellent antacid for heartburn and sour stomach. A mild, gentle laxative. 2 50c Bottles 51c Cascade Linen (Pound Paper and Envelopes) Linen finish. 2 45c Pkgt. Paper 46c 41c lolder. Mrs. Rawson of Algona will give a talk on nor visit to the Holy Land on morning at the Methodist Sunday church. Mr. and Mrs. James Marlow of Redfield, South Dakota, came last week In attend the funeral of their uncle, Leonard Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Hobson nnd son, Harold, drove to Marcus where they visited recently with Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Hobson. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Bruns who have lived here for several years, moved to Bancroft Monday where Mr. Bruns will work on the section. Mr. and Mrs. Harry McElroy of Eagle Grove spent Saturday here visiting their daughters, Mrs. Roy Rings- clorf and Mrs. Van Hanson. Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kienitz had his tonsils removed last week. Donald und his mother are staying at the G. C. AlHvi '-.,11110. Mr. and Mrs. George White of Sioux City was here Friday and Saturday for the pheasant season. They visited at VWaWUVW 1 , I NOTICE All persons indebted to us who call and pay up before November 30 will be entitled to credit for 30 days for an equal amount at the sale prices which are at a saving of 25 to 50 per cent. Kraft- Misbach Co. Mrs. John McGowan and children and Mrs. Briggs and children returned to their home at Cedar Rapids Sunday after visiting their mother, Mrs. Frank Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf and children and Mrs. Pat Mulligan of Bancroft drove to Carroll Sunday where they visited with Miss Isabelle Mulligan. Mrs. Laura Godden is spending the week at the home of her brother, Mr. Nichols at Algona. She expects to go to Duluth soon to visit her son, Gene, and family. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Whalen and son, James, went to Osage Sunday where they spent the day with. Mi-, and Mrs. V. E. Sellers. One of the little ten weeks old twins of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Stevens died Sunday of double pneumonia. They have two other children who are seriously ill at this time. Mrs. W. L. Stott was operated on at the Polyclinic hospital at Des Moines last Thursday. She is getting along nicely at this time. Mr. Stott came home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Boettcher moved to Fenton Monday where Mr. Boettcher has been buying stock. Alvin Anderson will move into the Anderson farm vacated by the Boettcher family. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wickwire, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Graham and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ingles of Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford spent the week end at the J. H. Graham home. L. R. Daniels and daughter, Mrs. Carrie Taylor and daughter of Algona drove to Buffalo Center Sunday where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Furst. Mrs. Furst is a daughter of Mrs. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ladendorf and Mr. Ladendorf's sister, Mi's. 'Julia Meyer, were dinner guests at the Mike Bobo home near Lakota on Tuesday of last week. There were twenty-two present and a good time was enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan and eon left Friday for Shakesvllle, Ind- where they will visit Floyd's mother and other relatives. W. H. Smith and daughter, Olive and Ed. Weiske are at the Duncan home during their absence. Mrs. S. H. Aten was able to return home last week from Rochester, Minnesota, where she recently underwent an operation. She is getting along nicely which will be good news to her many friends. Her sister, Mrs. W. B. Barnes of Aberdeen, South Dakota, accompanied her home for a visit. Mrs. Julia Meyer of Muscoda, Wisconsin, spent last week here at the home of her brother, W. A. Ladendorf. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ladendorf took Mrs. Meyer to Waterville, Minnesota, where she will visit relatives. She will also visit at Northfield and Morristown,. Minnesota. She was accompanied home by Lawrence Bobo. The Birthday Circle met last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Ida Anderson. A covered dish luncheon was served and a fine time enjoyed by all the ladies. Two new members joined the circle, Mrs. M. J. Ryerson and Mrs. Carney. The following guests were present: Mrs. Sharp, Mrs. F. O. Stow, Mrs. Patterson and Mrs. Van Vrankin. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Baker and two sons left last Wednesday for Pine City, Minnesota, where they moved on a farm near that place which they recently purchased. They have lived here almost three years and have many friends here who will regret to have them le'.ve. Mr. Baker was a railroad man and when the train was taken off between Burt and Elmore he was out of work. The Woman's club met Monday night at the home of Mrs. Wm. Peters. Roll call was answered by Thanksgiving Thoughts, Painters, Sculptures, Art of School of Latin America was given by Miss Ellen Schryver. Comparison and Contrasts of .Brazilian Short Stories and Stories of Spain and Peru was given by Mrs. Meinzer and Thanksgiving Stories by Mrs. Maude Hanna. ffff3XXW^ SEXTON NEWS g Loit, Strayed or Stolen Scientists looking for the center of tbe universe have at last recognized that I* U no longer to be found to Boston. Mrs. Harvey Steven spent one day last week in Algona with her mother, Mrs. John Wermerson. Mrs. H. I. Hawley and little granddaughter of Mason City are spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. B. E. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hawley in Mason City Armistice Day. Mrs. Hawley and Mrs. Sanders are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cink and two little daughters of Wesley were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum and family, Mrs. Cink is a sister of Mr. Kirschbaum. The Sexton Ladies' Aid met at the home of Mrs. B. E. Sanders last week Thursday afternoon and a large crowd attended. Mrs. Jergen Skow had charge of 'the Bible lesson which was very interesting. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and sons, Leo, Wilbur and Everett spent Saturday at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven, south of town, where they took advantage of the last day of the open season on pheasants. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and her mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips and family near Burt. Mrs. Phillips Is a daughter of Mrs. Wise and a sister of Mrs. Steven. Mi's, Charles Aman received word on Monday of the death of one of her her brother, Jay Steven's babies, near Burt. There are several of the children sick also. The Jay Stevens are the cousins of the Harvey Steven family north of town. Mr. and Mrs. George Harper and flve children and Andrew. Boyce, Brother of Mrs. Harper of Chicago have been visiting at the homes of their cousins and Mrs. L. A. Bolenus and families for a couple of weeks. Ralph Gilmore of California came last week Friday evening for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gilmore south of town. Hu works for the Ford Motor Company in California and as they have closed until January, he will visit with his parents until then. Herman and Nell Weise, Mrs. Arthur Greenfield and daughter, Edith and Harvey Steven attended the funeral of little Clair, twin son of Mr. and Mrs. Elza Trafford at Wesley Sunday afternoon. The other twin, Clarence, Is still very sick. Tlie babies had Intestinal flu. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz are the parents of a baby girl born to them on Friday evening. The little one weighs one pound and a half. Mr. Paetz and Arthur Greenfield drove to State Center Sunday after a relatives who came home with them to stay and care for mother and baby. Mr, and Mrs. August Kirschbaum and children, Kathryn and Leo, drove to Britt Thursday afternoon to take their father and grandfather, Cyrus Eisenmann home as he had been staying there with them for a week while Mr. Kirschbaum was sick. They remained at the Eisenmann home until Friday evening. Mrs. Sarah- Wise and daughter, Nell, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise and children, Frank and Lloyd and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven attended a birthday party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hammond near Wesley In honor of Oscar and Wm. Hammond Saturday evening. There were forty persons present and the boys received many nice piesnts, and everyone had a good tirn. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders entertained at their home Sunday evening • at an oyster supper: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Harper and family; Mrs. John Boyce of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bolen- us of the Doan neighborhood; Mrs. J. Pink and son, Robert of Titonka and Mrs. H. I. Hawley and grand daughter, Constance Jo De Wilde of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. George Haiper and. wife left for home Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise and NeU Wise drove to Britt last week Wednesday to attend the funeral of Otto McCall, who was found dead at the home of his son, Harry McCall north of Britt. Services were held In the Methodist church In Britt and burial was made In Evergreen cemetery at Wesley beside his wife and a daughter. The McCalls were neighbors of the Wises some years ago when both familes lived near Woden. Money to Loan on Good Milch Cows It' you have the cows now, or if you wish to buy \' cows, we are in a position to accommodate you. C. R. LaBarre Phone 55. Office First Door North of Iowa State Bank. VVVVW»VVWiVVVWWVW.V»V,VWU^

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free