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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, February 18, 1931 LEDYARD TOWNSHIP HELD MEETING Mrs. Lewis Nitz Gave a Report on Farm and Home Week at Ames. Cooperative Shippers Met at Mason City. Fenton, Swea City and Lakota Had Representatives There Thursday. Visited Iowa Slate Brand Plant. Ledyard township held Its regular February farm bureau meeting at the home of J. E. Telkamp, north of Lakota, last Friday evening. The program Included a report of the Farm and Home week at Ames by Mrs. Lewis Nitz, who attended as a representative of the women of the township. Mrs. Nits mentioned particularly the home management meetings and discussions on home and garden Insects in addition to the special lectures and plays given for the women attending. H. D. Hutch ins of Algona was present and spoke briefly on rural organizations and County Agents Morrison and Miss Body gave brief outlines of projects for the coming months. Oysters were served to celebrate the SWEA CITY NEWS. Me«lames F. Peterson, L. A. Hag- hind, P. W. Larson were callers at Fairmont Thursday. ' Mrs. Richard Berg enltertalncd 'ftt bridge on Friday afternoon. Bridge was played at four tables and an enjoyable afternoon was spent. The Isenberg quartette of Grant township sang several song numbers at the young people's meeting at the Baptist church Sunday uilght. The Swea City high school basket ball team met their second defeat of the season to Milford at Milford on Friday, the score being 19 to 32. The American Legion Auxiliary are planning a public Americanism program for February 26th. The program will be date. given in details at a later Wesley News Items Ray Wingert left Thursday morning for Milwaukee for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sturdlvant entertained a group of friends at bridge last Thursday night. Mrs. John Ormsby has gone to Sexton- to care for the mother and the twelve pound baby girl who arrived nt the Jack Elaine home Tuesday of last week. The Oscar Erickson family who have been here the past week or more, as held high score. The club was entertained, Monday after-no* at the home of Mrs. Julius Kunz and was the last meeting of the club until after Easter Sunday. Forty-four men and women met at the Wm. Martinek home Saturday evening where they gathered to tender a kitchen shower on Miss Gladys Carlson who on Monday became the bride of Henry Baade. Miss Carlson was presented with many lovely and useful utensils for her kitchen, The <jate of Thursday night, Febvu- fhe Arabella McPherson home, left f&r j ar ^ l £f bas bwu '** for the homo tal their home at Elmhurst, Illinois. Men- j ?n j. y j tt ,, -cal's Cnlabwse". which will clay morning. John TJhlenhafce received word Saturday night announcing the VWMWftW^^ Everyone is looking forward to the free cooking school which will be held at the Legion hall February 19-20-21 under the auspices of the Swea City Herald. At the athletic show at the opera house on Wednesday night. Alfred Barslou won the match. His opponent was Eddie Bcel of Chicago, the featherweight champion. Tho Swea City Cardinals journeyed | at to Ceylon and played the Gilkerson ' Giants (a colored basket ball teami The Cardinals lost the game by a smau margin, the score being 32 to 36. Mrs S. Hethershaw was hosts? a' bridge party on Friday afternoo lovely lunch was served an- time enjoyed bv all. Bridi? f ed at three tables. Mrs. A. H. by won high score. Swta City business ~_ Legion. Masonic lexis?. Laciss Gui^c and M. E. Aid seciet-. Syea Cit? ^' school contntuted ISC cozar. *s?s «.be shipped to -M Hfi Crrss i: s-«s Moines for the drc-orr.:; arsas. Mrs. Anna Larson. Mr*. O 3er?- eren ar? a: Si. P^-sr ir.e-e=i? i Lutheran ctnffi^nce- XCas Ftcwsx-e of his brother. Wm.. at Oklahoma. The funeral v-is ?x<tl Tuesday at Kingfisher. Hannah Mae Poramer home from the hospital. <?ne <!ny ifcst week, having be?n t&ewr sine? sOor'iy after New Years. T^ftr? jfee TJW <nw- ated upon for <?K-'. ; en-ni. Mr. and Mrs. Jolr: Crirsdy. Mr ami Mr?. J. H. L."<??< Versa X-Jtrins, .unt -v Crtnsttj' .U-.emtei » wmpetently oljft touiitH fnculty. war*, in th« pitvy nlwly :«ni SVB ftcliMi by Mrs, Iowa Um»«sns*ly Mr. '.nouw town. "nm-.ii -ittxi card partv at :::e Harrr Qum.n "Hmw T!- r irscii7 tti£JK:. Mrs. L. I., teas? 'jncr-r'aitn'.: » ":.uii';S .1* :.:lrw radii's -ri SfttJW «i vii" ,i~;?rnix'n. }£•?. Car-turn "vtUm- MT uui Mrs- '.lj* trying. tX :» '-»' "^ s«>f'in- cHrUi»« ffuuily farm :»ar 3cx- Jtw .Jotiiwow and three l -WPS Stimiuy Aliitm ;un1 will Miss A a, eocrf L5 ~i.l"- "vsi Mr. .iai A. M Leuse e li Mentis K- dinner and :-' -si '.use TWS. 5up- forte " " '""Li-restock Co-Oosratire As- fact that Ledyard won the prize of $5.00 for the most miles of driving represented at at the annual meeting at Algona last December. Ledyard is Kossuth county's first standard township and has a program of ten meetings outlined for the coming year. Huld Meeting-. Cooperative shipping associations of northern Iowa including Fenton. S-a-es City and Lakota held their annual meeting at Mason City last Thursday. ^ February 12. One hundred and rlsn- =,;c-_it;o- TCI Eive the acvjess a. --. ty cars were sold through this central s-itii-Hughes adult nigfa^^scncc^w office in January and r?;»r-s ~€re - - "*-- * " *-" ~ J ->only made on work since the — ansrer. R. M. Hall, started work sbout Aurust of last. year. Such centralized sellinr methods seem to be rroTrir.g in- lo^p. and many of the men interested state that, they are receiving an i.-r.proved outlet, for livestock through such agencies. Reports cf the officers were riven nnd Sam Thompson of the extension sen-ice gave a brief summary of the hog outlook for 1931 and an outline of cooperative marketing practices, comparing methods of profitable and unprofitable shipping associations. J. E. Harntr of Swea City and Geo. Winter of Lakota were elected to the board for the coming year. M. L. Johnson of Sv.-ea City served on the nominating committee. The Kossuth county group visited the Iowa Stats Brand Creameries plant and were very much interested in seeing how the butter is handled from the unloading to the packing in cartons or otherwise for re-shipment. Men attending from Kossuth county Included: M. L. Johnson, George Nyman, John Nyman, J. E. Harner, Geo. Gcetsch, George Winter, Art Anderson, J. B. Heetland, 'William. Hurt, Nete Swanson, Fred McGregor, H. W. Llnde, Bam Larson and Jerry Ukena. i£r. ac Sirs. E-2CT-? Lceft. TSO ire nic^lcs ts? tie Sececa ntjian&criecii ifceus Miircil i-KL -s^is ielii it -£e ctjcie of Super- •j^t^ncent ace 3Xrs. S. H. S^insec cc TiaTK 1 Sa- — OKUZ? free. Anas •stier? ie sce^t tie past -fwS stWJicinz the airy sior: cwirse. ICss Anna Wester accccnpsnifd ^-.rr. bers to spend the —.--~,v p—j ^f^"^" te— ^s^en*^. Mrs.. Eerman Boce and f=x> ^eete eld son. xrarfc. returned home Sunday. I wile east or Lotts Creek, on Wednesday, Feb. 25 Free Lunch at Noon. 13 HEAD OF HORSES C^^^^Koniylor-our :h^n, b«n with her parents. Mr^and h^" . ! Mrs. Eifel. at Whitterr.ore since 1Se<i- J,:esdames R. A. Bravender and W. Eo-rls entertained a 1 •iltnr Thmw u .H'vvrsi 'inj'S ^ T*it>y came -jspec'.nily At tius time to .jt'.mid tic TcvjtllnK ot t'leir daughter Oilie 'a Kaiph Sftrtl MOniiay. Mr .ind Krs. Frsak Kutchiiisoti '*nw also "jve at A-iien. acccmpaaiwi them to spend the fofepart. of t&e week -with Sis parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wai. Hutcfe- 12SCB. T&e D. of. A. lodge held their Snal crs-t-entec evening party Wednesday evening at the hall. Twenty tabZes of bridge anci five hundred Ten? played wisfi. Mrs. Carmen 3fununa trinning j S tie prise in t5ri<ige and Richard Gar- J , n:aa wlniUEa She prize in five hundred. ^ icce onr-rt^, senri?"cl refteshnients served as | ^ it^ng ciintax to the evening-'s erx- ' aimnen;. The final pre-Lenten DA. afternoon party was given on urriay afternoon with Mrs- Musama in ~-inning the prize in bridge and Muehe in Sve hundred. Refreshments were served. 27 HEAD OF CATTLE good milch c*w* *«w «* ftwh i»* «>4 °the» will be fresh soon; years old; Uirw yearling st«rs; w« h«<i of calws. one Red Polled bull two Twenty-two Spotted 52 HEAD OF HOGS China trod sows, bred to farrow about April 15th; 30. head of feeding hogs MACHINERY, ETC. S-ft. of a delightful bridge panv on FYidav evening. Bridge -as p'aved at six tables. High score -as •son bv Miss Helen Ho::L=. Delicious refreshments were served at a late hcur. Chas. E. Hearst, president of the Iowa Farm bureau federation will speak at the opera house Thursday evening ; February 19. The object of the meet- j : n« will" be to promote interest in the ' farm bureau work. Short talks, and I music will feature the program. Lunch v.-ill be served at the close of the evening program. The declamatory contest was held Tuesday evening February 17 . with the following high school students taking part: oratorical, "I am Innocent of this Blood," Kenneth Erickson; "Lincoln, a Man Called of God," Ralph Stockman; dramatic, "Peter and the Angels.'. Lois James; "The White Hands of Tel- ham," Doris Jensen; "Propatria," Maynard Jensen; humorous, "Jane," Luella Jensen; "China Blue Eyes," Prances Kucmynka; "Jimmy Jones Studies Geography," Charles Peterson; and "The Penitent," Alpha Simmons. r.esday. Mark TTOS bom Monday rnom- ir.s. February ". st the Kossuth hospital. A baby girl xrelghing seven pound; ~as born Thursday to Mr. and Mrs- Jack This«n at the home of her par- The boys' and girls' basket ball teams drove to Rake Tuesday- night and both teams brought home easy victories. A boys' game is scheduled here for Wednesday night with Britt. The Britt second team will play the Wesley tc,~.m. The girls' baske: ball tourna- n-.ent will be hfld at two-thirty p. m 'f? : i£ with low wagon; bob sled; corn planter wtih 240 rods tfcCormick-Deering two-row corn _j-ft. McCormick disc; 8-ft Osborno -bottom P. & O. tractor plow; McCor- Deere two-row corn plow; : 4-section drags with carts; 3-section spring tooth harrow; disc- 9-ft. tandem disc: McCormick 5-ft. mower; walking mioi- rv*Hnp (^>rn nicker- Ton Che\TOlet truck; Hamilton gram eievuiwr, tu-iu wi«» i~™«, »"" •"""•"• v 1 - "J^Sf, SSrTtor- Twir Citv-17-28 tractor; 5 sets of harness; 38-ft. extension ladder; McCormick- iS^^u^^l*V:^m^n gang "low, and many other articles. Most of this machinery Is'new. An Invitation SPECIAL AUDITION Atwater Kent Radio WITH THE GOLDEN VOICE provides unique method of Tone Demonstration. TIT this yourself. No fost. No ohlijration. Here is an'oppnrtnnity to heroine acquainted with the fea^_. turi-s of radio, tone control, quick vision dial, At- Avater-Kent mastery of everything on the air, and many other vital points that will inter.st you. Come to our new display rooms at any time and hear this demonstration. Atwater Kent and General Motor Radios. Kadios from $40.00 np. A. K. Cliff Utility Shop :H ADIOS 1\I A YTAOS FRTfllDATRF.S Old Modern Dry Cleaners Building. home. Mrs. H. M. Hanson, daughter Florence. Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Moore. Dorothy Kraus and Ida Young drove to Algona Wednesday night where they enrolled in different classes in a training school in religious education held at the Methodist church. Fred Steil. living north of town, had the misfortune to fracture his leg on Tuesday evening when the horse he was riding slipped and fell upon him, resulting in the painful injury. He was taken to the Kossuth hospital where he was given immediate attention.' The many friends of Paul Engen, able assistant at the Wesley creamery, are very pleased to hear that he won second place in a butter scoring contest at Ames the past week, which was held in connection with the dairy course given for buttermakers at the Iowa State College. The Deal 'Em bridge club met on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. L. L. Lease as hostess. Mrs. H. J. Braley iowinsr wot-k end. our bovs co:r.'oe;;r.cr v.-ith Fcr.-or. .it seven o'clock Fridnv night. This premises to be a so?d came a? both teams are evenly matched. Prof. Klooz has coached both teams this season. The final home declamatory contest was held at the Kleinpeter hall Friday night and proved to be unusually ftcod as very few had any previous experience in contest work. Due credit should be given Mrs. Leo Bleich, who untiringly coached the contestants in their declamatory work. The following won first and second places: in oratorical, Claire Wolf with "Toussaint L'ouverature" and Madeline Hauptmann with "I Am. Innocent of 100 TONS OF ENSILAGE -M' -urns of $10 and under cash. On sums over that amount six months time will be given on aproved notes bearing 8 per cent interest. No property to be removed until settled for. this Blodd"; in Reno won first with "Hagar" and Ev- n « r* rtl j ri A. /~»»*i ilp£k TTrrtvv co/tnvt A <nH t*Vi "TVl P L. A. Matem, Auctioneer Farmers State Bank, Clerk. VWWWWVWAVUW^MV^^WV^ Xllc xici*****" *-,+ •*,' 11.. Titonka was quite badly damaged by fire Wednesday. Charles Heiderscheidt who recently had his leg broken, is getting along nicely at this time. family were angeline Cruise won'.second with "The fuesis w uw'"'•'£••£• sinw Man- in humorous. Marie Reno I Algona Sunday afternoon. guests at the Dr. P. V. Janse home at Slow Man"; in humorous, Marie Reno won first with "Baby Talk Bride" and Enar Franzen second with "The Swedish Farmer at a Ball Game." The judges consisted of Superintendent Baker, Miss'Kelsey and Miss Fenger, all of Corwith. UNION NEWS. The Joe Arndorfer family were the Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Jce Rahm at St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Jenkinson and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Chester Schoby home near Bode. Mrs. James Coady attended a shower given in honor of Miss Luella Fox- sen at the academy hall at Whittemore recently. Hazel Jenkinson, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jenkinson, has been sick with what appared to be jaundice the past week. Mrs. R. M. Gardner, mother of Mrs. Chester Bailey, is visiting at the Bailey home where she expects to spend the remainder of the winter. Mrs. John Lamuth, daughter Esther of Algona and John Wolfe of Mankato, Minnesota, were callers at the Louis Bode home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Sorenson of Union and Lars Sorenson of Algona entertained a number of their friends at a dance at the Legion hall in Algona last Friday evening. Walter Coady returned last week a visit with his brother, Joe, who farmer near Springfield, II- WO)^O^!OW>>O.C > v.O.v''.'C':^>>V>v>SCrO.OC : <'yi Ovv.oov:oo«o:ovx^^^ WHITE'S Saturday SARDINES, t wo oval cans foi MACARONI, three package: SALMON, two one pound cans BIYIJFKERRIKH, No. 10 size __ J''LOUIDA OKANGES, la)•{••(! size, do/en . 1CKLK8, quart, sweet C11KKSK, ni-wim 91 P TOILET SOAP, four cakes foi brick, per pound linois, but who has not been enjoying the best of health lately. He reported that farmers were taking advantage of the nice weather by raking corn stalks and doing their spring plowing. Mr. and Mrs. John Mahoney entertained six couples at a valentine party last Saturday evenning, February 14. Five hundred was played with Henry Nelson of Sexton winning the high score. Lunch was served which was following bv dancing, music for which was furnished cy Mr. Mahoney with the violin accompanied by his wife on the piano. The Paul Palmer home is under quarantine for scarlet fever. Three of the children have the disease but in a mild form. Mrs. Joe Zittritsch of Algona is the nurse and is assisting Mrs. Palmer in caring for the children. The Palmers are tenants on the Mrs. David Keefe farm, four miles north of Algona on Highway No. 169. Mrs. Palmer is a daughter of Monroe Phillips of Cresco township. Miss Gertrude Sage, teacher of district number four school and the pupils of the school entertained a number of pre-school age children at a. valentine party at the school house Friday, February 13th. Dinner was served at noon while games and a valentine box furnished the after dinner merriment. The little ones in attendance were Darwin Parson, Kendell Ward, John and James Coady. Russell Mahoney, Frank Jenkinson. Gerald, Lee and Paul Schenck and Richard Willrett. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp and Mrs. Mary Stewart attended a valentine party at Humboldt. Twelve young people enjoyed a valentine party at the home of Lucille Sewick Saturday evening. Allen Graham returned home on Saturday from Webster City where he visited with relatives. Rev. J. E. Clifton attended a ministers' meeting at Algona on Monday and Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hansen and children of Mankato spent the week end at the W. L. Stott home. Jake Freeh of gave a talk here Wednesday evening to the ex- service men of the World war. The C. O. Bailey family moved to Inwood last Friday. Mr. Bailey has been working there for some time. A number of school pupils and others have been vaccinated, owing to smallpox in the neighboring towns Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Stewart of Lynd Minnesota, spent several days last week at the Walter Klamp home Mr. and Mrs. .Gordy Ogg and Mr and Mrs. Stanley Keith were guests at the L. M. Boettcher home on Sunday. BURT NEWS. A son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carlson Is ill with pneumonia. Miss Bernice Godden spent the week at Algona with friends. Jack Fraser of Algona called on Dr. W. T. Peters Saturday. j. w. Dorrance has been 111 with influenza the past week. Mrs. I. C. Smith visited Mrs. Davis Morris at Eldora last week. Ferm Sewick moved his family 'into the Spencer house Saturday. „. .. Slaughter visited his mother at Independence last Friday and Saturday. Mrs. R. M. Wallace of Algona spent Monday here with her father, J. H. Grover. Mrs. LeRoy McWhorfcer of Osage, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. F. L. Ryerson. The Home Guard girls met at the home of Elenore Elston on Saturday afternoon. Mrs. W. T. Peters went to LuVerne Friday where she visited with Miss Kate Skinner. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Graham of Algona spent Sunday at the James Sewick home. Mr. and Mrs. Roetman and Miss Lottie Mitchell of Dolliver spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. Orville Stow. Mrs. Tom Trenary went to Rochester, Minnesota, Tuesday to visit hoi husband, who is recovering from a recent operation. A nine pound baby boy was borr to Mr. and Mrs. John Gerhardt on February 13. The mother and llttli. one are getting along nicely. A district music contest will be hole at Hurt February 24th. Orchestras from Britt, Algona, Built, Titonka Ledyard and Wesley will take part. The third and fourth grades are having a declamatory contest Thursday tit ternoon. Parents and friends arc in vited. Twenty-one pupils are taking part. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Savage of Co« gan spent the week end at the horn of Dr. W. T. Peters. Mrs. Savage un< Mrs. Peters were classmates at Ccdu Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Chlpman an two children of Milwaukee «j>ont BCV eral days here last week with Ow en's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. O, Chip man. Wm. Bush has moved hl» family In to the B. V. Daniels houno )n the (tout part of town. Mr. Bush moved her from Swea City mid will work lor I'm Kriethe. Mrs. Julius Brlggs recolvod word utt Monday that her daughter, Mm, Keith's two children wore 111 with tli« double pneumonia. Tho Kollhs Jiv« at Thos, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Hay MeWJu/rU»r on- tertained ten couples v& t;rW«« </» Saturday evening In hoiiw tit ilw wedding annlvorwu-y of Mr. mu4 Mm, Lewis MeWhorter. The little HOU ol Mr. nitd Mr»/ who had his eye injured laut w<*lf, d owing to a cataract. A committee meeting was held on Monday at the home of Mrs. F. O. tow and plans were made for the sec- nd half of the Aid so^tr&r-serv^ ft upper February 27th. .-.ff'^^, •* •'"*; The Woman's Home Missionary so- lety of the Methodjst church will meet Saturday at the home of Mrs. B. Chipman with Mrs. J. E. Cllf- on as assistant hostess. The men of the XT. and I. Circle en- ertained their wives last Wednesday vening at the Elza Woltz home. A ne time was enjoyed by all. Ice ream and cake was served. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McDonald of ioux City spent Saturday and Sun- ay at the O. P. McDonald home. Litle Joan Kraushaar, who has been at leir home, came with them. Mrs. Paul Kriethe and daughter nd niece, Miss Violet Kuckenbeck- r of West Bond drove to Owatonna, Minnesota, Saturday, where they vis- ted with Mrs. Kricthe's mother. February 12 was the ninth birthday if Mary Ann Smith and she invited hirty-one friends to her home to help celebrate. She received many nice presents and all reported a fine ime. The Mite society is serving a birthday bknquet at the church dining •com Friday evening. A fine program s being prepared. Everybody is invited to come and spend a social evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Ellsworth and daughter of Humboldt spent Sunday afternoon at the B. V. Daniels home. Mrs. Ellsworth is improving in health which will be good news to her many friends. Rev. J, E. Clifton, F. L. Ryerson, Mrs. George Allen, Mrs. George Gray, Miss Maybelle Gray, Mrs. Gerald Brace, Miss Nonna Bettin and Harold Hobi attended a Sunday School workers' meeting at Algona Saturday. The high weiiool declamatory con- tost WUK held lant week. Those winning were an follows: oratorical class, Mario Glddings and Paul Kritho, Jr.; dramatic, Norrna Betlin and Gardner Patterson, nrwt and Raernond Kocst- ler, alternate; humorous Berda and Darrel Riddle, firsts and Joseph Graham and Viola Riddle alternates. There will be one speaker chosen from each class to go to LuVerne February 24th. • of Latin American music Miss Ruth Hodgson and Overgaard, Lantern slides of the Argentine Republic, sent out by the Pan-American Union at Washington, D. C., and a very interesting talk given by Mrs. W. F. Walker of Algona on her recent visit to South America. CASH LOANS Automobile Loans E efi nancing—Pay- ments cut down. Special Loan Service to fanners for the purpose of buying good graded milch cows. Loans can be made on cows you already have. Convenient terms. L.oans made at once —No delay Western Credit Company Algona, Iowa Phone 55 First door North of Iowa State Bank. tttfWtf^OtfO^^ Trade in the loop by person or phone, In (Jhicjigo when you want the real thing you go down to tin* loop. LONG'S .Pork (Julian, Urn, ouch Tina LOOP K) burs Big Soap, ut — Phono 215 38c 10 Pounds of Hugai- i'oi 1 — 68c

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