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The Upper Des Moines-Hepublican, January 7, 1931 LAYING GAS MAINS THROUGH IOWA Large Pipes to Carry Na tural Gas Strung Through Webster and Wright Co. >GAS TO MASON CITY PROM TEXAS. Pipes Are Twenty Inches In Diameter ana Forty Feet Long 1 . Crews Lay Three Miles a Day. Large crews of men are now employed In Iowa laying mains for natural •gas to be piped from Amarilla, Texas, to Mason City. Towns along the route will be supplied with gas. Lines of pipes are seen In Webster City and Wright county strung across the fields. 'The Eagle Grove Eagle says: The Truman-Smith Construction Company expects to move Its headquarters to Eagle Grove early next week. They have their trenches dug for the pipe lines VA miles out of Lehigh and by this time have completed laying the pipe across the Des Molnes river at Lehlgh. when they get out of the rough country around that town they expect to lay about three miles of pipe a day and When •they are ten miles out they will move Brother of J. F* Granzow Died in Indiana. Professor J. P. Granzow received word last week that his brother, Carl had died at his home In Hobart, Indiana, on New Year's day after an illness of several months. The deceased was seventy-two years old and was a retired farmer. Hs was married and besides his wife left six children. Mr Granzow visited in Algona about five years ago. Professor Granzow was unable to attend the funeral. Balgeman Made the Chairman of Board. Frank Balgeman was re-elected the chairman of the board of supervisors at their session last week artd the following officers took the oath of office: County treasurer, H. N. K.usn; county auditor, Bertha E. Johrson; sheriff, L. E. Hovey; recorder, Laura Paine; clerk cf the courts, Clar* Or,on;; county attorney, G. D. Shuimvay L. T. Or ftii; elected const-all? to succeed Ell Burbank and Attorney ".awrence Winkel, elected justice cf the jeace to' succeed Archie Hutchison, were also sworn into office. The board of supervisors met In regular session Mday and after transacting some of he new business ndjourned until Feb- oary of this week. their headquarters now Dayton, to Eagle Grove. located at Representatives of the company have been here several times making arrangements for rooms for their men, 'for boarding them, and for other ac- comodations. Saturday the company registered 34 of its trucks at Clarion, paying into the county in fees over $2000. Several car loads of pipe and •other material have already been unloaded here. The pipe shipped here is '20 inches in diameter and 40 feet long. Pipe Hauling Crews Here. The crews who have charge of hauling the pipe from the flat cars out to the locations are already here and •at work. People who have rooms to rent should get in touch with Mayor Beer or Ray Roper at once. Not enough rooms have been provided thus far to take care of the regular employees of the Truman-Smiith Company. Thjis company employs about 200 men and uses as many local men as possible in their work. They will be here from a month to six weeks. Their objective is Mason City. The source of the natural gas which will be forced through the lines is Amarilla, Texas. Gamble Stores Pay Dividend in December. The directors of Gamble-Skogmo Inc., operating Gamble stores have voted a common stock dividend of $1.00 per share to all common, stockholders of record December 20th. This makes a total common stock dividend of $1.40 per share paid for the year of 1030. A special dividend of 40c per share was paid July 1st, 1930. In addition to this'the regular quarterly dividend of $1.75 per share is being mailed out to preferred stockholders. Gamble stores report a considerable increase in sales for the year of 1930 with December tjie biggest month in the history of the company. Master Barbers Elect Officers. The Master Barbers of Kossuth county .met at the Clement & Briggs barber shop on Monday, December 29 for their monthly meeting. The following officers were elected for the coming year: H. J. Sherman, of Wesley was reelected president; H. Bjel- and of Algona, elected vce presdent; J. M. Nordahl, Fenton, secretary; W. A. Rusch, Whttemore, treasurer, and C. M. Baker of Bancroft, guide. The trustees are C. R. Shilts, Charles Clement and Frank Slits, all of Algona. After the meeting refreshments were served. "Monk" Jensvoid Playa in Charity Foot Ball Leo "Monk" Jensvoid of Emmets burg, last year's star backfleld man fo the University of Iowa foot ball team gave a good aacount of himself in the New Year's day charltiy foot bal game played in Dallas, Texas, between a team representing the southwest and one representing the middle west . Thi northerners were defeated by the score of 18 to 0, but accounts of the game stated Jensvoid was the only member of this team who could make any headway against the southerners' line He made all the first downs for the not th. He is well known in this section of the state from his high schoo' days when he captained the all state team and later starring at the university. His twin brother, Lloyd, was also a stellar performer on the university team for the past three years. County Treasurer's Office Busy, County Treasurer Kruse had the jusiest office at the court house last week. Five clerks were kept busy registering automobiles and giving out he 1931 numbers. He reported that he receipts of the office on Monday, December 30, were over $10,000 and ATednesday, the last day for register- ng in order to avert a penalty, was a lose second. He reports that during the year 1930 Kossuth county registered 709 new automobiles of which 319 were Fords and 284 Chevrolets, the remaining 100 being other makes of cars. Mr. Kruse stated that from the amount of business his office did, with many applicants paying cash, It would not indicate that hard times had hit Kossuth county. Wesley Girl Takes High Place in St. Paul. Wesley News: Misses Mae, Irene and Louise Sherman in company with their friend, Elizabeth K. Owens of Minneapolis came to spend the Xmas holidays at the home of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Sherman. Mae has been advanced to a very desirable position to take effect on January 1. She was newly appointed first deputy clerk of the supreme court of Minnesota. Appointment to this coveted position was made by the unanimous approval of the seven supreme court justices. Tills is the first time in the history of Minnesota that this important position has been held by a woman. Prior tfo her appointment, Miss Sherman had been completing a strenuous course of study at the tJni- vfisity of Minnesota, majoring In economics and political economy. At the same time she has been secretary to the chief Justice of the supreme court ox" Minnesota. Miss Owens holds the position as assistant prosecuting at'.or- ney of Hennepin county. Wesley News Items PASSING from one owner to the next, associated with crime, bloodshed and unhoppiness, these same diamonds are on the market today. Is such a stone a fitting gift to one you love? Be sure that the gem you buy is a Certified Virgin Diamond, direct from the mines, never before owned or worn. Of guaranteed quality, at standard prices, genuine Virgin Diamonds •are sold exclusively through Authorized Virgin Diamond Dealers FredW.Wehler Jewelers & Optometrists. VIRGIN DIAMONDS g. U.S. FOUR CORNER NEWSJ . The Larkin club, met .Saturday ,afternoon with Mrs. Archie Walker. The Wm. Drayton family spent New Year's day with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lindeman at Dakota City. Mrs. Herman Lindeman of Dakota City came to the Chester Robinson home Friday evening and remained there until Sunday. There will be a community dinner given at the Good Hope community room this week Thursday. Everybody is invited to a chicken dinner. Ruth and Mildred Robinson returned home the middle part of last week after a week's visit with relatives and friends at Spencer, Milford and Spirit Lake. School was opened Monday at the school in district number seven in Union township after a two weeks' Christmas vacation. Mrs. Ed. Genrich is the teacher. A New Year's dinner was given at Jie Noble Mitchell home on last week Thursday for a few relatives and friends. Those present were the Etna Mitchell family, Mr. and Mrs. Arie Dittmer, Quentin BJustrom and Edmund Larson. Mr. and Mrs. John Rich left last week Wednesday for Minnesota, where Ihey made a short visit with Mrs. Rich's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John. The Rich family returned horn I Friday. Earl Rich did the chores fo i them and Mrs. Wm. Rich did the hous I work. A few relatives and friends wer entertained at the Edward Rich horn on New Year's Eve to watch the ol year out and the New Year in. Thos present were the John Sabin famil and Loretta Walker, Orville Holdrer Louise Broesder and relatives of Mrs Rich from near .Whitltemore. i brother of Mrs. Rich remained at th latter's home for a few days' visit. Swea City Wants Sunday Mail Now. Herald: More or less talk about petitioning the post office authorities for one Sunday mail is going on along main street. With a mail-truck now operating such a service could be arranged readily provided the post office department would stand for the extra expense. PLUM CREEK NEWS. v&ss^xx^^ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tjaden entertained a number of friends at a card party New Year's night. The Elmer Jasperson and Wm. Altwegg families spent New Year's eve it the W. A. Bleich home. The Melvin Olson family Is quaran- ,ined while Ardine Olson is going Jiough a siege of scarlet fever. There was an all day meeting of ;he farm bureau last Tuesday at the of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gard- Swea City vs Algona High Algona High School Gym Friday, January 9 7*45 R Everybody come and support the local team, and see a real hot game. .Admission 25c and 50c. liome ier. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Seeley were jailers last Tuesday evening at the Bert McMahon home in Union town- hip. John Gross is offering his farming quipment at public auction Friday. He xpects to enter a theological seminary soon. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Goetz of Wesley and Pauline Phillips were among Paul Engen spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Engen, at Fertile. Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Braley, Marvel and Meryl of Britt were guests at the home of his brother, H. J. Braley, on New Year's day. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease and two sons, Sterling and Loren, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Larson at Algona oh New Year's day. Mrs. Charles Froehlich returned to her home Friday -from Williams, where she had been part of the week visiting her daughter, Mrs. Rlcke. Ellas Oswald of Jolce has spent the past three weeks with his daughter, Mrs. Clarence Cook, south of town and plans to stav with the Cooks this winter. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Sage and son. Ray, of Mason City, came up from their home Friday and spent until on Sunday \ Turgeson. Miss Hazel Budlong of Titonka visited her friend, Miss Esther Beck on Sunday evening before leaving on the jus for Hampton wher she teaches in the public school. Beverly Kerrins, who has spent the two weeks with her parents, returned to Kalamazoo, Michigan, Saturday evening to continue her work n occupational therapy. Miss Marion Quire of Kanawha spent Friday visiting her friend Miss Anna Wester. Anna returned to Ames Sunday where she will continue her course in home economics. Mr. and Mrs. Theron Hanson returned the flrst of the week from Wash- nrton, where they had been since >efore Christmas visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elam Johnson. Charles Downs will hold his annual pony dance at the Klelnpeter hall on Tuesday evening, January 15. Each fear Mr. Downs presents a pony to ome one in attendance at the dance. Homer Lawson returned home the flrst of ( the week from Des Molnes vhere he spent the two weeks during Christmas and New Years with his hree sons, Russell, Richard and Robrt. Miss Marvel Braley of Britt and Vliss Audra Benton were entertained jo a seven o'clock dinner Tuesday ev- ning at the H. J. Braley home in lonor of their daughter, Mrs. Albert . Mumma. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Chambers of Ituart have spent the past two weeks with their daughter, Mrs. Tom Ncl- ori. They together with the Tom Nelon family were entertained at the iome of Alfred Nelson for Christmas ay. Lieutenant and Mrs. Albert J. Mumma, and Alson Braley were guests of Jliss Ruth Irons of Mason City Wednesday night, at the New Year's eve watch party given by the Owls club. The party was held at the Hanford hotel. Mrs. William Henderson and James drove to Fort Dodge Friday to again consult the medics in regard to James eyes.j.-.HejHhas made great progces since last fall and was able to return to school work in the fourth grade. Guesfe at the home of Charles Downs last week included Mr. anc Mrs. D. Conroy and three sons of Collis, Minnesota, Mrs. George Dudding and daughter of Bancroft and Mrs. Rasmussen Lawrence Mousel and two sons of Ti- dav - tonka. Sunday dinner guests at the E. M. Sparks home. Mrs. Elmer Jasperson had the misfortune to break her ankle Thursday evening. She is getting along as weil as could be expected. Miss Clara Davidson of Minneapolis spent Christmas and New Year's day at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davidson. Howard Sparks spent several days of last week in Chicago. He accompanied John Dreesman of Algona, who went on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. James Davidson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Altwegg and family, Howard Ferrigan and Charles Barrlnger spent Saturday evening at the Elmer Jasperson home. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Baker of Minneapolis and Mrs. J. C. Baker of Lake Crystal, Minnesota, spent Sunday at the E. M. Sparks and Wm. Altwegg homes. Mrs. Baker is a sister of Mrs. Sparks and Mr. Altwegg. There was a meeting of the Social and Literary club Wednesday, at the lome of Mrs. Florence Bleich with Jessie Altwegg acting as assistant hostess. Roll call was answered by "A Hard Nut to Crack." Mrs. Mabel Tjaden read a paper on Public Safety and Maude Jergenson read a paper on Dl's nd Dont's in Drivnig. Mrs. Leonard Drager entertained a lumber of relatives and friends last Tuesday evening in honor of her hus- and's birthday. The occasion was n urprise party. The evening was spent laying five hundred, Mrs. W. A. Bleich eceiving high score and eBn Weber he consolation prize. Mr. Drager was resented with a muffler In honor of he occasion. There was an all day meeting of he township chairmen of the farm ureau auxiliary Monday at the home f Mrs. Wm. Altwegg. The sublect 'as landscaping, and was led by Mrs. ottie Wessell. This was Mrs. Wes- ill's last lesson as she is leaving soon or California. We all regret, to see er go, But join In giving her our est regards for a successful future n her new home. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hanson and family returned home Saturday from Burlington, where they had spent two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Mary Dahline and other relatives. H. M. Hanson attended to chores for them while they were absent. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison were guests at the home of Bud Lawson near Corwith for New Year's dinner. Mrs. Lawson is a sister of John and ;hey entertained all the members of ;he Hutchison family who were near enough to be able to drive over for the day. Miss Edna Johnson was the recipient 01 the diamond ring given away to the most popular lady at the show Saturday night. The Lew Henderson players completed that evening a week's entertainment in Wesley and drew a fairly good crowd each evening. The L. W. Hauptmanns, Mr. and Mrs. James Haverly, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hauptmann, Mr. and Mrs. John Rlchter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bleich and Lois Marie and Erwin Burgardt were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hauptlnann on New Year's day. A New Mexico turkey was a palat- The Wesley Farmers creamery company report the following ten high checks for the month of December: Wallace Donovan, $191.82; George Hirner, $98.16; F. W. Plumb, $89.78; Albert Oudeklrk!. $84.70; Pete Hilbert, $69.70; Edward Eden, $64.90; Henry Gerdes, $62.88; John Youngwlrth, $61.97; S. Wise, $58.02; Fred Eden $52.84 The American Legion Auxiliary party held Tuesday evening was well attended and an enjoyable evening nt bridge and five hundred was spent by all those who came out for the entertainment. Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew of Algona won first prize in bridge and Preston Chapin won flrst prize in five hundred. A lunch was served at ten-thirty. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wester entertained Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kunz, Mr. and Mrs Charles Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kunz to a bridge party Monday evening. Three tables of bridge were played with Mrs. Braley winning high score. The hostess served a delightful lunch late In the evening. The David Johnson and Emil Sorcn- son families of Corwith, Viggo Kills- holm and children and Miss Freda Kyle were entertained at a six o'clock dinner at the Emil Wester home last Tuesday evening. On New Year's eve these families met at the home of the Sorcnsons for an enjoyable evening and on Friday night, the David Johnsons entertained the same guests to dinner. About flfty friends and relatives gathered at the home of William Neuroth near Sexton Saturday afternoon to tender a miscellaneous shower upon their daughter, Rosella, who became the bride of Magnus Rahm at the Algona Catholic church Tuesday of this week. They left soon after for St. Paul for a honeymoon trip and upon their return will be at home upon the farm known as the Joseph Rahm place near St. Benedict. The Study club held Its flrst meeting of the year Friday, January 2, at the home of Mrs. A. M. Lease. All members which included Mrs. Amesbury, Mrs. G. Aldrich, Mrs. H. Looft, Mrs. J. T. Meurer, Mrs. A. Erdmann, Mrs. L. Bleich, Mrs. J. Hutchison, Mrs. V. Daughan and Mrs. J. L. Haverly responded to roll call by naming their favorite type of house. The lesson was in charge of Mrs. John Amesbury followed by a general discussion. Mrs. Lease served a delicious lunch. A New Year's eve watch party was held at the Congregational church with a great number of members and friends present to bid the old year farewell. The evening was spent informally with songs, instrumental music and speeches Intel-mingled. A nice lunch was served at eleven o'clock. L. A. B. Nattress, instructor, and his Sunday School class met at the Methodist church for a watch party and the evening was enjoyably spent in playing games and singing with a fin lunch served late in the evening. Alson Braley assisted Dr. Tom Iris! In performing an operation for the re moval of gall stones on a patient a the Irish hospital at Forest City on Wednesday. Alson served as Junio interne at this hospital last summe and will be graduated as a doctor o medicine from tine loiwa Uitiversit next June. He returned Monday to FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS rans SUPERB CANNED MILK 3 !±25c CREAM CHEESE EVERGREEN CORN Per can lOc TAG-CUT COFFEE We wfilcome comparison for both flavor and strength with any nnd all can coffees. Tnc-Cut Coffee makes it possible to enjoy a really good coffee at a low price. Stool Cut.jHiinul can 35c EATWELL PRESERVES 2 ^"" d 25c FRANCO SARDINES Pound can lOc COOKED CORN BEEF MOETON'S SMOKED SALT Makes it oasy and safe to cure meat on the farm, 10 pound can 85c CLINGSTONE PEACHES, 2Jgf35c GROUND BLACK PEPPED 8 c ° a * n 25c SANTA CLARA PRUNES 3£i 22c POPULAR PRICED TABLE FRUITS WHITE CHERRIES BARTLETT PEARS Red Raspberries can Iowa City to continue his school work Lieutenant and Mrs. Mumma, Jerry and Ethel were entertained at a noor luncheon at the home of Mrs. A. E at Forest City the same Miss Anna Plom returned to Minneapolis Monday to resume her schoa studies at the Bible Institute after hei two weeks' vacation at home. Margaret Plom and Helen Punnemark have also returned to St. Olaf College. Mildred Benton began her teaching du- :ics Monday at Emmetsburg. De Etta 3all returned to Forest City and Leota Hall to New Richland, Minnesota, to .•esume their teaching. The Misses Virginia Benton, Evelyn and Martha Paynes returned Saturday to Manka;o to continue their business courses Linus Eisenbncher returned to Sioux City Monday. The faithful old school bell again called pupils and teachers together on Monday for five more months of school 'ollowing two weeks' vacation enjoyed by all concerned. The Sisters who iave charge of the parochial school, pent their vacation her while the in- itruotiors of the public school each ipent their two weeks at their res- jectdve homes. Superintendent and Mrs. Swanson drove to Indianola to e. with her parents, Prof. Klooz to lumner, Principal Helen Rcimer to Idgewood, Miss Conrad to Wayland, Miss Lewis to Kanawha, Mass Mc- ionnell to Mediapolis and Miss Beck o Bellevue. Mrs. Max Studer and children of Council Oak Early Risers' Program —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. As the life of Christ is unfolded in spoken word and pageantry, there will be a background of music by a chorus of sixty voices, specially trained for the event. The production will be given five times as follows: Saturday night, day matinee, Sunday night, Monday matinee (students) and Monday night. The tickets of admission will be 50c for students and $1.00 for adults for the Monday matinee and $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 for all other performances, which are reserved. Reservations may be made by addressing the Freiburg Passon Play Headquarters, 327 M. B. A. Building, Mason City, Iowa, or telephoning GO, Mason City, Iowa. IRVINGTON NEWS. - Manly spent from New Year's day unable dish served at the P. C. Haynes I til Sunday at the home of her par- home for New Year's day. This was • ente, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Huber. Upa gift from his brother, Elwood, who lives at Las Vegas, New Mexico. Those sharing the dinner with the family were Allie Foertsch, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lasohn and Wm. Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arndorfer entertained members of her family for New Year's dinner. The gathering was made up of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George B. Ludwig and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Ludwig of Britt, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dan Froehlich and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ludwig nad families. John Kerrihs, who went to Pleasanton shortly before Christmas for his three children to spend their school vacation here with their gandmothcr and grandfather, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kerrins, took them back to their maternal grandmother Sunday to be in icadlness for the opening of school there Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley, Alson and Ethel, and Mrs. Albert J. Mumma and Jerry were guests Sunday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Tom Irish at Forest City. Lieutenant Mumma returned Friday night via Ames to Los Angeles where he was to report for duty the first of the week on the U. S. S. Saratoga. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Faircloth and twin girls who spent the past month at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hutchinson, have returned to Kellogg, where Mr. Faircloth expects to be employed. Upon their return home they stopped shortly to visit her bortiher, Frank, who lives at WUkie. The Catholic Daughters of America tendered a jolly banquet Sunday evening at the lodge hall when the St. Joseph's choir, with R6v. George Wess- llng as host, assembled to enjoy the evening together. This has became an annual entertainment and the ladles are pleased to show some appreciation for the services rendered by the ?holr. on her return, her mother and father accompanied her home to spend the greater share of the winter months there. The many friends of Max arc pleased to learn that he has been recently appointed state auto inspector and was at Des Moines the past week making final arrangemnts for his new position. Besides being paid a handsome salary, he will be" furnished a Poutiac car and traveling expenses. School began again Monday after a wo weeks' vacation. Mrs. Edward Hammer spent Friday vening at the home of Fred Dole. Roscoe Brown and Paul Hudson loft Sunday for Lake Mills on a business rip. Seward Thornton of Ennnetsbur? as been working for clarence Mawd- 'oy the past week. Miss Margaret Lynch of Livermore spent a few days at the home of Mrs U. B. Frankl and family. Mrs. Sever Christensen of Algona visited Sunday with her sister, Mrs R. M. Watson and children. Frank Skilling of Algona spent the week end at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Robert Spurgeon and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moe and family of Algona spent Sunday with Mrs. Moe's brother, Albert Davis and family. Mrs. U. B. Frankl spent one day the past week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Mulligan of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. James Ard returned Sunday evening from Mississippi whew Mrs. Studer plans to continue the op- I they .snout a few weeks visiting with eraUon of the farm upon which they ' ...... live near Manly. Passion Play at Mason City Jan. 10-12. The world's outstanding reiliglous spectacle, the Freiburg Passion Play, will be enacted for north lowans at the Kason City high school auditorium on Jr.'iuary 10, 11 and 12. The production will be presented in the Englsh bn- afe by the internationally famous Fassnacht family. The Clauscn-Wor- Uen Post of the American Legiun is ipor.soring the p'-o'ect as an item of community service. The Freiburg Pafs.'on Play dates c.v- }n further back 'nto history than the production of nbeianimergau which •very ten years diaws hordes of Ameri- iniis to the little Bavarian city. Ha-.i- Iveos of North lowans will embrace Hs opportunity f witness at nomina.' expei'.se the spectacle which requires ar. investment of hundreds of dolla'o fvi.m those who go to Oberarrune-g.su. The cast in the moving relig'ous drama will be the same as has thrilled the crowds in Hammersteln's si eat master Theater in New York and the theaters of other large cities in the past j jar and a half. The principal pans are played by members of Uie funv us Fassnacht faml.y recognized as the world's g^ntest actors of reli- g'.ws clrumn friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hay Fitch and dnugh- •CT, Myrtle of this vicinity spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Roben iikilling and family. Miss Cecil Thornton spent the past week at Emmetsburg visiting at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Seward Thornton, and family. Roy King and Ben Butterfield slowly recoverinajrrom. the Injuries they received ^jp&h they collided West of Irvington last week. Mrs. Liebert Peck of Sipux Falls, South Dakota, came Tuesday to spend a few weeks with her parents, Mr and Mrs. David Blythe. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilhelml and family of this vicinity spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Wilhelml's sister, Mis. Roy Blythe and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thornton and family spent a few days the past week visiting at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thornton and family of Mason City. Miss Helen Dole left Sunday morning for Pine Island, Minnesota, where she will spend a few months visiting at the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole. Mr. and Mrs. Howard King and family of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Thornton of Armstrong, and Charles Shipley of Fairmont, Minnesota, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thornton and family. H. W, POST Dray and Transfer Phone 298, Algona. Iowa Distance Hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. 82-tf nnose mouth and throat INTO THE SETTING SUN When a loved one sets out on the Long Journey, may there be the assur' ance of safety that accompanies the provision of a BuckstafF Burial Vault This assurance is provided in the Buckstaff Burial Vault, by its construe' Uon of Purified Keystone Copper Steel, with seams double welded and tested Under 5,000 pounds hydraulic pressure. No moisture can enter ' It is fully guaranteed. 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