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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, November 26,1930 Special Meeting at South Oesco Church. Good Hope, November 25 8n*Mtf< Members tod communlcante of"* 981 - fh« of , 6pecial importance at °£ wo « h tt> on next Sun t° riot fal1 ' Dlstrlc * Lease will b discuss matters of vital Ui what WEST BEND NEWS, ^ °^' M £ e L *??. » business visitor in Emmetsburg Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Zimmerman were Rodman visitors Wednesday 6v- R,^? 0ter .?°ri e 6 u f Pocah °ntas spent Sunday at the home of Walter and Fred Comer. Rev. English of Algona was a caller »,, t ome of Mr - and Mrs. William Riley Thursday afternoon. WUUBm Mr. and Mrs. Dan Deviney and chlld- ™,n,? f Rod " lan were callers at the John Williams home Sunday afternoon. Wm. Riley drove to Renwick Wednesday to see Bert Clemens who is ill He was taken to Port Dodge Thursday. Wm. Zaugg, who was hurt in an auto accident a week ago Thursday, is getting along very nicely. His knee is very sore as yet. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bonnstettei- drove to Waterloo Friday to see their daughter, Mrs. Harry Rape, who is ill in the hospital at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Zaugg are the parents of a daughter born Tuesday, November 18. They now have a family of four daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Miller are moving this week to the Joe Shaller cottage in the north part of town. They have been living at the home of Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Schneider, since their marriage. The Methodist Ladles Aid are holding then- bazaar this Wednesday In the church. They will sell good things for a Thanksgiving dinner, candy, fancy work, baked goods and other useful articles. Lunches and hot coffee will be served at all times. The Home Department of the Presbyterian Sunday School met at the home of the leader, Mrs. E. E. Zimmerman Thursday afternoon. All the members were present and some vistors. An interesting study period was held. Mrs. Zimmerman served refreshments which were much enjoyed on such a cold rainy day. West Bend and Whittemore played basket ball on the local floor last Tuesday evening. The home boys won by a score of 38 to 19 and the girls lost by a score of 40 to 21. The boys and girls have both lost a game each this season. They will play Curlew on their floor December 2. Here .is hoping our teams will win. The play, "Aunt Lucia," was put on by local talent and was given to a full house, both Wednesday and,,Thursday evenings. The play was' full o'f humorous Incidents and. kept the crowd laughing most of the time. The play was sponsored by the American Legion and the Legion Auxiliary. The men's flapper chorus was worth going miles to see. The rest of the features were exceptionally good. The play was directed by Miss Baker of the Universal Producing Company. The Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary society met at the home of Mrs. B. F. McFarland Friday afternoon with Mrs. Carl Vohs as assistant hostess. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. E. L. Hayne. After the business meeting the following program was given. Mrs. Hayne led the devotions followed by the song, "What a Friend We Have in Jesus." Mrs. Zimmerman gave the home topic, "Southern Mountains." Mrs. Homer Boevers gave a short talk on the foreign topic, "Slam." A song, "Bringin<j in the Sheaves," was sung. A reading, "Southern Philosophy," was given by Dorothy Miller. A piano solo was ORESCO NEWS, Mr. and Mrs. F. L; Miller* were callers Sunday at the C. H. .Potter home. MrS. Leland Wildin Is reported 111 at the home of her mother, Mrs. Bass, is Whittemofe. Mrs. George Sruellman had most of her geese killed and injured early Monday morning by dogs. The Ladies' Aid society plan to hold a food and bake sale and bazaar In Algona early in December. Harold and Rachel Clayton visited their sisters, Mildred Clayton, and Mrs. Ward McWhorter at Mason City and Clear Lake Sunday. Edward Wlldln, who has been in poor health for several years, suffered a light stroke Thursday. Sunday he was able to walk about the house. Mrs. Cleve Stewart expedts her Sister, Mrs. Cora Virgin and daughter, Thelma of Lincoln, Nebraska, here on Wednesday evening for Thanksgiving. The Potter family expects to spend Thanksgiving with the Ray Miner family In Meriden. Mrs. Miner's mother, Mrs. L. E. Potter went there on Sunday. John Loss was called to Iowa City Sunday. His wife is a patient there and is reported to be in a serious condition. The two older children, Rosabelle and John, Jr., and John's brother, Steven, accompanied him. Readers knowing Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Reid, former residents and now at Hector, Minnesota, will be grieved to learn that their fourteen year old son, Charles has Infantile paralysis. Doctors report that he cannot walk for a year at least. Miss Leola Huff and Stanley Gardner were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John V. Huff, Jr. Frank and LeeRoy Burger of Titonka were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. Clinton Young of Terrlll, Montana, came Tuesday evening for a visit with his brother Bob Young and family, north of town. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clnk and two little daughters of near Wesley were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. Gink's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cink, southeast of town. John Quinn of LeMars, a brother of M. E. Quinn, stayed a few days with Mr. Quinn and Austin last week until after then- sale on Tuesday at which a large crowd was in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Greenfield and daughter, Edith, spent Sunday at State Center near Iowa Falls with Mr Greenfields' cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Jas Wallace. Mr. Wallace is the depot agent there. Harvey Steven, Lloyd Steven and Herman Wise attended the men,"s meeting at the Methodist church in Algona Sunday evening to hear Judge - • • • • dellvere4 an free. The beautiful Indian blanket was won by Herman Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven attended the funeral on Friday afternoon of one of the twin babies of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven, near Burt, at the Laird Chapsl in Algona. The little one was only three months old and had been ill with the flu for about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven received Mrs. Charles Aman went to the Jay Steven home Saturday evening to sit up and help care for the sick children there. Mr. and Mrs. Steven came home about midnight and .Mrs. Aman stayed until Sunday evening. Mrs. Aman is a sister to Jay Steven and Harvey Steven is a cousin. One of the children is very 111 yet but there is a little hope for its recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Havey Steven received the sad news recently of the death of an aunt of Mr. Steven, Mrs. Oeo. Clapsaddle of Galva, Iowa, which occurred Saturday. Mrs. Clapsaddle has been in poor health of late, but her death was a shock to all who knsw her. She is ahe wife of a brother of the late Mrs. James Steven, who formerly lived in Algona. Funeral services were held Tuesday at Galva. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Eisenman of Brltt spent from Friday afternoon until Saturday afternoon with their dauRh- BANCROFT NEWS. S&tt&XCS&X^^ Harry Cutler is working in the Bradley cafe. Rev. J. D. Flsch visited at Pdca- hontas Sunday. Clifford Jenks of Ledyard was a Bancroft visitor Saturday evening.. Mr. and Mrs. C. C Smith of Burt spent Sunday at the Henry Guide home. The Perry Torihe family of Swea City visited relatives and friends here Sunday. Elmer Keller is assisting at the Thompson Yards, having begun his work there last week. Mrs. John McDonald and children of Swea City spent Friday afternoon at the W. A. Murray home. • Ed. Hulterstrum of Baraboo, Wisconsin, was transacting business here last week and visiting old friends. ' Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nelson and Mr and Mrs. Amil Stoeftel of Algona attended the Junior play held at the.St. John's auditorium Sunday evening. Mrs. Jess Underkofler of Britt visited at the Dr. J. A. Devine and W. A. Murray homes Saturday and Sunday. Jay Quinn and Mrs. Dan Burns of ter, Mrs. August Kirschbaum as Mr. I Emmetsburg arrived Sunday for a.vis- , . . Kirschbaum has been very sick and is] lt; at the home of M* 8 - Bridget Quinn. not much improved. Mr. Eisenman came back Saturday evening to stay with them and Sunday Mr. and Mrs, Maynard Nail and litiUe daughter, Diana Mildred, came and Mrs. Nal! will stay with her sister for a few days. ST. JOE NEWS. interesting address. Mr. and Mrs. Strother Wise and baby, Strother Eldon, and G. B. spent Saturday afternoon in Algona visiting with Mrs. Wise's sister, Mrs. Alfred Jensen and husband. Mr. Jensen is very sick. He has been ill for some time and is getting much weaker, An old friend, Mr. Thompson of Pontiac, Illinois, spent Friday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. John Harris. Mr. Thompson and Mr. Harris went to school together when they were youngsters and their parents lived in Pontiac. They had not seen each other for thirteen years. A number of teachers attended the teachers' meeting in Algona Saturday morning and in the afternoon the teachers met with their pupils and a meeting was held for them. The pupils attending from the Sexton school were Wilbur and Everett Steven and Bernard Weaver. The Sexton school program which played by Harriett Lockwoodi The was given in the Sexton hall Thurs- meetlng closed by all repeating the Mizpah. The hostesses, assisted by day evening was largely attended and a very good program was given by the Mrs. Mantz and Mrs. Boevers served i teacher an<l pupils. Candy and poi • 1 1 Au l_ a.» „ l« n »n «Y*nn»f4 ' nnlm nrfVfn CrtlH n.ftd llltlfiVl W&S SCrVCt Rose Becker was on the sick list last week. Joe Meyerhoffer was a caller at Livermore one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kramer were shoppers at Algona Saturday. Henry Zeimet was a business caller at Algona one day this week. Miss Alice Sartor spent the week end with her parents a6 Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kellner were Fort Dodge shoppers last Monday. Mrs. John Thill of Whittemore visited her sister, Mrs. Charles Plathe on Sunday. Mrs. Barbara Zeller is still on the sick list although she is gradually improving. Andrew and Margaret Erpelding were business callers at Humboldt on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Thul of Clarion were visitors at the John Thul home last Tuesday. Mrs. George Thul was a visitor at the John Rutz home south of Livermore last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Becker entertained a large number of relatives at their home to a dinner Sunday. Several of the Sisters of the St. Joseph school went to Bancroft Sunday to see a play put on by the pupils of the St. John's school. Some^of 'ffije'iiaaieoVof thte'cominun- refreshments to a large chowd. corn were sold and lunch was served Chocolates in Bulk and Fancy Packages MILK CHOCOLATE CREAMS WITH PLOWING CENTERS EXQUISITELY FLAVORED Fruit and Nut Centers—the fruits, nuts and other material used in these chocolates come from all parts of the world. Hard and Cherry Centers—a pleasing assortment in milk and dark coatings, consisting of nougats, caramels, ting a ling and other hard and chewy centers. Assorted Chocolate covered nut meats—a fine assortment of milk chocolate covered Filberts, Pecans, Cashews, Brazils, Walnuts and Almonds. These chocolates range in price, bulk, GOc, 80c and $1.00 the pound. Fancy package 75c, $1.00, $1.25 -and $1.50 per pound. The very best of candies, commercial and home made. Lunches and Ice Cream at all times. The Algonquin Confectionery ity attended a five hundred card party held at the home of Mrs. Ted Wagner of Livermore last Tuesday. Andrew Erpelding had the misfortune to lose one Of his best cowe last weeks. It was struck by lightning but an insurance company covered the loss. Mr. and Mrs. Nick J. Klein who were married October 8th, have left the St. Joe neighborhood and moved onto Mr. Klein's farm at Watklns, Minnesota. Miss Bertha Thul spent Wednesday afternoon with her friend, Zeta Boyd at Livermore and together they visited the high school from which both were graduated last May. Mr. and Mis. George Lenta of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wanner, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kramer arid family and Mr. and Mrs. John 7'hul of Clarion were Sunday visitors o,i the George Thul home. Although the heavy showera of ruin last Wednesday evening kept some of our young ladies from attending a prenuptial shower for Irene Faber at the Leonard Thilges home, a large number Mr. and Mrs. Joe Priester and children of Whittemore visited at the home of the lady's mother, Mrs M. L. Schlltz. Wilfred Janvin, relief agent of the Northwestern depot at Algona, was visiting Bancroft friends last week. end. Mrs. L. F. Kennedy spent a, few days last week at Fort Dodge 'at the home of her mother, Mrs. Mary Delaney. • . Mr. and Mrs. Dan McGee of Fairmont were visiting at the home of the lady's mother, Mrs. Cora B. Hunt, on Sunday. . Viggo Christensen returned. home from Rochester Wednesday where he had been in the hospital for the past few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John Berbers and; their children spent Sunday at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. John Bau- pert at Algona. Mrs. Leo Kiocke and children of Hollandale, Minnesota, are visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Merrill. Harry Hlltz and Cyril Deitering returned from Burlington last week where they had been visiting with relatives and friends. Lawrence Fangman who is running a repair shop at Alta spent Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fangman. Miss Mary Doyle arrived home from Prairie Du Sac, Wisconsin, Sunday, having been called home by the illness of her father, G. H. Doyle. Peter Wllhelmi and daughter, Elsie, returned from Rochester, Minnesota, Sunday where the latter went through the clinic for an examination. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Richardson and Mrs M. M. Goodson of Algona spent Sonday at the Dr. E. A. Howe home. Mrs. P. J. Schiltz was hostess to eight ladies at bridge Thursday evening. Mrs. Mike Droessler won high prize, Mrs. J. A. Devine second high .and Mrs. A. H. Fuchs cut prize. ' "Mrs?'C. v M:' Baker entertained seven tables of bridge Saturday evening. Mrs Frank Foth won high prize, Mrs. P. A. Lonergan, second prize, and Mrs. Jess Underkofler of Britt cut prize. Miss Margaret Quinn was the subject of an operation for adhesions on Monday morning, Drs. Devine of Bancroft and Wallace of Algona performing the operation. The nurse is Miss Madison of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Welp and Mrs. Bridget Quinn returned from Rochester Wednesday, where they went to visit Mrs. W. E. Quinn, who haa been in the hospital at that place for the past six weeks. Her condition is still quite serious. Mrs. William Saunders and daugh- \x\; Janet, left for their home at Mendota, Illinois, Friday after a two weeks' visit at the home of her parents, Mr. und Mrs. Frank Schemmel and with other relatives and friends. She was accompanied by Mrs. Jerry Saunders, who will make her home there this winter. Saturday noon a DeSoto sedan driven by A. A. Droessler of this city and a Crevrolet driven by A. M. Gleason, ALL IN YOUR MIND When a horse balks it is all in his head. It is not in his leg for he moves on when his mind is set right. Depression in business this fall is nil in the merchant's head for as a matter of fact business is good and people are spending as much money if not more than they did last fall. These sales that are being run is a state of mind and the bargains (hat people are getting is all in their heads. No merchant is hiring a flork of clerks and selling you seasonable goods at wholesale prices in November or even Dccein- bcr. You will find there is a, darky in the wood pile. I have watched these sales every fall and this is about the way things run: Regular Price Men's dress shoes and oxfords _^, 5.00 Ladies' pumps, straps and ties , 4.50 Men's 4-buckle all rubber overshoes 3.00 Men's master overcoats, very dressy 18.00 Men's Suits "Hirsheys" __', 28.50 Men's leather coats, first quality 11.00 Mori's fleece lined union suits' 1.00 Engineers' and firemen's sox , .20 Scarfs, large rayon squares , 1.00 Men's neckties, a beautiful variety .50 .Ladies twelve strand silk hose 1.00 Men's fancy dress hose .25 Children's school stockings ,__, .25' Men's work shoes,'all leather | 2.75 Men's retan work shoes , 2.25 Men's standard dress shoes __ , 3.75 Ladies comfort slippers , 2.50 Men's high.top boots, retail , 5.50 Sale Price 4.85 3.95 2.57 14.75 24.50 9.50 .89 .13 .75 .39 .79 .19 .19 2.45 1.79 3.29 2.35 4.75 Neville's Price 3.98 2.98 2.25 11.50 19.95 8.00 .75 .12 .49 .25 .50 .121/0 .15 2.39 1.50 2.98 1.95 ' 4.50 And so all through the store yon will find Neville's.'priced lower than sales prices. Somebody has to pay the extra expense. ; 'ipic merchants can' not afford to loose it-and it sure costs money.to run. a-sale.' Sales are all righ't in Jannary or July when a fellow can afford to clean up certain lines at co^t jor even at a loss but when run for a profit in the busy season they become a jblcc. I have run lots of sales for myself and for others and.find' by experience that selling good honest standard goods at a small profit the year round is the only sure way to build up a big volume of business. People will buy where they get good holiest goods at low prices every day in the year. '. JIMMIE NEVILLE The Shoe Man •.* ^ were present. The bride received many | a surveyor from Burt, collided on the " ' " useful gifts. A few weeks ago we mentioned the Phillip Fourage family as vacating the rooms over the St. Joe store. Circumstances prevented them from moving at the time, but now they are nicely settled on the Sam Doyle farm, having moved last Wednesday. LEDYARD NEWS. 101 East State St. Algona, Iowa. The Sewing Circle met Monday evening with Mrs. L. W. Weimer. Miss Wylam of Swea City spent Sunday here visiting her sister. D. A. Carpenter was transacting business at Mason City Wednesday. Mrs. C. E. Campbell was visiting relatives at Algona Thursday afternoon. Mrs. George Thompson was a shopper at Blue Earth Saturday afternoon. D. A. Carpenter and Tice Brack attended a merchants' meeting at Algona last Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Halverson ' and children of Rake spent Sunday at the Ed. Halverson home. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Worden and son were visiting relatives and friends at Algona Thursday afternoon. The Misses Hewitt and Peterson spent the week end visiting at their "lomes at Swea City and Algona. Marjorie Mayer has been very ill the past week with chicken pox and pneumonia. At this, writing she is slowly gaining strength. Mr. and Mrs. Warner and family of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse O'Keefe and daughter were Sunday dinner guests at the Asa Warner home. The M. E. Ladies' Aid met Thursday afternoon at the church basement. The final plans for the bazaar were made. The bazaar Is to be held December 4. A chicken supper will be served at five-thirty. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Worden and son left last Saturday morning for Los Angeles, California. They expect to spend about three months there visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Worden has a daughter living In Los Angeles. paving near the residence of Mrs. J. A. Winkel. Mr. Droessler was driving from the east and did not notice an approaching car until too late to avolt a collision. Both cars were quite badly damaged but fortunately all escaped with only minor injuries. x&sxx&asa^^ I GOOD HOPE NEWS. those who did not hear him was aa definite as though they had walked unseeing past a. five dollar gold piece lying in .the road. , Splendid services . in observing the Thanksgiving season were experienced at South Cresco and Good Hone last Sunday. Special features arid decorations appropriate to the season were in evidence at both appointments. At Good Hope, In addition to a congregation which filled the house to comfortable capacity, there was a near record attendance at Sundav School Ninety-three were present at the time of the making of the record with others arriving too late to be counted. Of the total the junior department furnished forty-two. Not so bad for a country church. LONE ROCK NEWS. The Misses Irene and Hazel Mitchell spent Thursday to Sunday visiting relatives and other friends at Fan-field. Mrs. Jessie Staley Reynolds of Mason City returned home last Friday after a week's visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs! Herb Staley. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur have been at Fairfield for the past week visiting Mrs. McArthur's sister. They are expected home this week on Wednesday. The Good Hope official board met at the parsonage on Monday night for the consideration of business. Several items of considerable importance were given consideration including certain repairs to be made in the church kitchen to make it more comfortable and easier to work in. Dr. Melvin Bourne was here from Detroit last week on business matters and for a hurried visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne. He also care for the practice of Dr. Peters at Burt during the latter's absence. Dr. Bourne returned to Detroit where he will continue his work in Harper hospital. Harold Jones was called to Council Bluffs on last Thursday by the illness ol his father who was facine a serious operation at a hospital in that city. Reports of the patient's condition received Sunday were that he was resting well and with favorable prospects for his recovery. Mr. Jones was expected home on Tuesday of this week. A group of some five or six Good Hope people attended the meeting held last Sunday evening which was addressed by Judge Clock of Hampton. It was a stirring talk out of the personal experiences of this splendid man. The loss in the culture of citizenship and civic knowledge to Wm. Godden was sick last week with with the flu. Mrs. E. M. Jensen visited at Graettinger Thursday. The Glen Leeper family went to Fort Dodge last week. The Glen Burt family of Hurt's Lake was in town Saturday. Clarence Macumber has been very ill the past week with the flu. G. A. Sharp went to Chicago Saturday night with a car of poultry. Mrs. Marion Chipman of Burt spent Saturday here with Harriett Fish. Miss Lewis Judged a declamatory contest at Titonka Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Roderick spent Sunday with the L. R. Roderick family. at Bancroft Sunday. She was an "old friend of the Genrichs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich 'and Mr. and Mrs. John Sprank attended a mail carriers' meeting Thursday night at the Carl Priebe home in Fenton. The following school teachers spent the week end at their respective homes: Evelyn Behrmann at Bancroft; Mies Cross at Curlew and Miss Sewick at. Burt. Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Blanchard, Jr., and Mrs. M. EL Blanchard were in Estherville Friday and called on the Laidlcy family while at that place. The parent-teachers' association will meet next Thursday night, December 4, at the school house. Be sure to attend as they have had good programs at the last meetings. A large crowd attended the bazaar given by the Aid society at the church basement last Wednesday. Around $115 were taken in for dinner and the sale of fancy work. Mr. and Mrs. August Schmidt, entertained the following at Sunday dinner: the Alex Miller family of Bancroft; the Fred Swan family a! Lone es at a hard time backward party at the home of Gladys Rahn Friday evening. There fifteen: present . . The guests were aa follows: Mrs. E, M. Jensen, Mrs,; W, . J. Cotton. Mrs. Glen Sharp, Mrs. Alfred 1 Krueger, 'Mrs. Evelyn Earing, Miss Eisel Blanchard, Neva Thompson, Evelyn Behrmann, Evelyn Thompson, Harriet Fish, Pauline Lewis. They played bridge, and Mrs. Alfred Krueger won high ecore, but won low prize and Evelyn Behrmann had the low score and won high prize. The lunch was served backwards. Everyone reported a good time. *x®xxx%yxm&^^ .Mre. W. H. Karrison has purchased a new washli?u machln?. Julia Cn-,dy was a guest of Miss iiimt schiclc c' p Plum GViei; last Fri- rt:tv and Saturday. Herman Dau left last Friday for Sioux City with a double deck truck load of sheep for the market. Mr. and Mra. Prank Erdman and \si W4.U, I/IH7 JL- i»7V* V3WUJ1 1UI111I V U.1 J_llXJ.lt; UK.* •• — •» ".**--4 Rock; Paul Schmidt family of Wod- b ? b .£ tr ° m Anea , r Sexton were guests en and Arnold Schmidt family of Wod-' at the Joe Arndorfer home Sunday. Mrs. Sa*iuel Zentner, Jr., Arthur Davis canie home from Des Moines Monday morning. The trap shoot put on by the American Legion here Sunday was well attended. Mrs. Jack Quinn is at Fipestone, Minnesota, caring for her mother, who is very ill. John Sanders of Swea City visited at the home of his son, Otis Sanders, Sunday. Mrs. Ralph Hulburl entertained the Larkin club Friday afternoon at the home of her mother. The Sewing club will meet with Mrs. John Spi'ank next week Wednesday night. Be sure to come. The Rex Wolfe family and Mr. Freeman of Fenton visited at the Calvin Householder home Sunday. Frank Macumber, who is doing carpenter work at Clear Lake, came home Saturday and went back Sunday. Paul and Albert Rath of Minnesota, who are picking corn for Don Moore, visited their aunt, Mrs. John Rath, Sunday. The flrst basket ball game of the season will be played here November 25 at the gymnasium with Whittemore. The Sewing club met with Mrs. Jas. Ackerman Thursday night. On account of the bad weather a small crowd attended. The Aid society will meet with Mrs. N. L. Cotton next Thursday, December 4. Mrs. W. J. Cotton will assist her in serving. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich attended the funeral for Mrs. Mary Winters Rich Point About seventy-five people attendee the poultry school Thursday, put 01 by the Cotton & Kraiise Hatchery. W R. Whitflelcl, head of the poultry ex tension department of Iowa State College, led the discussiona. A nlni and slides were used to demonstrate thr- various points and an open quesflor box was enjoyed. One of the largest crowds the loca church has ever lira! was preeenl last Sunday morning. Every seat wae filled, At this service, communion was held Fourteen were received into memBer- ship of the church, twelve on conf«s- sion of faith and two by letter. Nirw children were also presented for tism which was administered by the pastor. The following contestants won in the declamatory contest last Tuesday evening and will speak at the county contest here Tuesday, December 2, and also at Fenlon. Four will st8y hen; and four will go to Fenton. Oratorical , A Man for the Ages, Dorothy Dacften, second, An American, Sam Orviok; dramatic class—flrst, Molly's Boy, Coila Jane Hollister, second, Scratch, Lawrence Rath; Humorous— flrst, Bill Smith, Riy Leeper, second, Mysterious Pup, Eugene Blanchard, third, Ma at the Races, Evelyn Bior- stedt, fourth, At the Swimming Poo!, Kathryn Stebrltz. Do/Othy Davis, Jessje Stebritz, Lura Bewick and Gladys Rahn were hostess- Mr. frow Ottawa, Illinois, spent "pa'rt" of last week visiting at the Glen Stray- cr home near Burt. They were on their way to Winuebago, Minnesota, for a visit at the home of Mr. Zent- ner'e fgthw, Sam Zentner, Sr. lire. Myron Schcnck of Minneapolis was Tleiting relatives and friends last w«*fc here and was also present at UIB Miolhera and Daughters club meeting held al the Rudolph Will home. Mrt. Bthenck is one of the old and honored members of this club. BtanJeji Gardner, who has been do- i«8 Ktf work at the Glen Jenkinson farm *jhile Glen hog been laid up, has been suffering with a boil on his ankle (told is also laid up. His father, Auetin Gardner, looks after the cuores at the Jenkinson farm in his place. Mr, and Mrs. Joe Arndorfer and thildren, Sylvester and Fidells, expect to leave tomorrow morning for Marshall, Minnesota, for a Thanksgiving visit at the home of Mrs. Arndorfer's mother, Mrs. B. A. Erdman and a sister, Mrs. Joe Stasaen, all of Marshall. Mm. Winnifred Jergenson, president of the Union Mothers and Daughters club, wishes the members would please remember the county federation meeting which will take place at the Legion hall in Algona next Tuesjay, December 2, with the Woman's club of Alona as hostess. The usual covered dish luncheon and program wUl be the •outine of the day. v&c&n^QMixy^a&yxm^ FUR Full market price paid for Fur Joe Greenberg (jmsmffffa&wxyi^^

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