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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 18, 1931
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The TJpper Des Moines-Eepublican, March 18, 1931 SENECA GIRLS WON "TOURNAMENT Defeated Bancroft in Final Game 35 to 22 at Bancroft Gymnasium. GAMES WERE FAST AND INTERESTING. First Time a Kossnth Girls' Team Has Ever Won a Sectional Tournament and Seneca Deserves Credit. Seneca, March 17. Special: The Seneca girls' county basket ball champions, moved one step further toward the state championship by winning Mrs. Lee Reed Died Here Last Sunday. Friends of Mrs. Lee Reed were saddened to hear of her death on Sunday at her home at 319 South Phillips street In Algona. Mrs. Reed had been ill with heart trouble for over a year and had been confined to her bfed for two weeks before her death which wa not unexpected. Lena Bell Webb was born in Sulli van, Illinois, on December 10, 1889, an died in Algona, March 15, at the ag of 42 years. She was the daughter o Henry H. and Amy Webb and was edu cated in the public schools of Sullivan She was united in marriage in June 1911 to Emery Oliver and to this union jne child, Melvin, 17 years old, wa jorn. She was separated from Mr Oliver and on February 21, 1916. she was united in marriage to Lee Reec at Decatur, Illinois. Two children 3ale 12, and Keith 7, were born to .his union. Besides her husband and :hildren she leaves to mourn four stepchildren, Mrs. Lucille Hagg of Dell Rapids, South Dakota; Mrs. Velma of Algona; Orville Reed of Es- LAKOTANEWS. Fenton News Items Dick and Ben Amelsberg were visit- j ors at Charles City last Saturday. in the fl«m f™« - ing me nrst game from Graettlnger to U mitt a to n crou 66 to 22. Many Girls' Teams. following brothers and sisters also and Hpnrv Wphh nf , a rL an^Att Webb Ban " P f Decatur, Illinois, and Mrs. Sarah Freeman of Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Reed came to Iowa with their family Of 270 girl teams comDetine in the eleven years ago Rnd lived on a farm state, all but 32 were eliminated by the south of st " Benedict. They moved tournament. These 32 teams will eo r° A 'B° na about five years ago. Mr. this week to eight district tourna- F** 1 ls em P lo .v e d by the Hill Supply ments with four teams per tourna-I Cnmpany in AI e° na - ment, each playing the three others F " n eral services were held Tuesday The eight winners of the district tour- afternoon at two-thirty at the Merritt naments will compete in the state fin- Puneral IIom e wlth Mrs - Halvorson, a als at Des Molnes in two weeks The Ba P tist minister from Goldfteld, in locations of district tournament has char & e of ^ services. Burial was in not yet been announced. Riverview cemetery. A feature of this year's tournaments ,° ut ° f j°™ relatives and friends was the fact that Perrv last year's ° attended tn e funeral were Mrs champions and Hampton,' another of Sarah Preenlan and daughter, Mrs, the teams in finals last year were Mary Davis of Sullivan ' Illinois; Mrs. both eliminated in the first round this Roy E " t " linemof f° rt D ° dge ' year. Reed, Estherville; Mr. and Mrs. Hjal_. , mer Hagg of Dell Rapids, South Da- Playcd Good Ball. jkota. No Kossuth county girls' team has ever before won a sectional tournament and only Swea City has ever before won a boys' sectional tournament which shows the class of basket ball which the Seneca girls have played this year. Four-It Cfab Girls— Four-H Saturday .._ George Kruger of Titonka was a ternoon at the home of Clara Gra- buslness visitor here one day last week. | menz. Twelve members were present, E. U. Worley was a business at Swea City and Algona last day. O. A. Amelsberg and three sons were business visitors at Fort Dodge last Thursday. Max O'Keefe and Everett Rippentrop spent Saturday and Sunday with some friends at Sibley. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lathrop of Thompson were calling on friends here last Monday evening. of Algona was here Friday and visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller. The music pupils of Rev. and Mrs. H. Frerking will give a recital at 0 church next Friday evening. Blondes and Brunettes." Study on the "Life of John Sousa" and music for the little brother and sister. Music memory record "Star and Stripes Forever" was played. Demonstrations and discussions were made on collar and cuff sets. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be held Satur' afternoon. April 11, with hostess to be appointed. Entertained at Bridge— Mrs. F. p. Newel entertained a group of friends at three tables of bridge last Friday evening In honor of her sis- country the past week. Many have been unable to work or attend school. Mrs. Ed. Welsbrod and daughters, Lucille and Ethel, and Mrs. F. J. Welsbrod and daughters, Maxine and Hazel, were Algona visitors Saturday. Mrs. W. W. Boettcher and children and Mrs. Clias. Schemmel of Calmar were visitors last week at the E. C. Weisbrod home and with other relatives. Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder enter tained 21 members of the chdi Thursday evening at their home afte rehearsal. Home made ice cream an< cake were served. The annual school election was held last week Monday. F. E. Mueller whose term expired was succeeded by Jacob Zwlefel. Votes cast were seventy-nine against fifty-nine. >£*»•* "* lives at Goodrich, Minnesota. and they were privileged to keep what. I Mrs. Kate Newel has been staying E. J. Wcodworth, J. E. Smith and C. ever ^ ft the - v held at ^ e close of the with her nephew, Wallace Welsbrod at games. A dfilicous luncheon was serv- " " ed, the St. Patrick's scheme being cleverly carried out in all the plans. Goes to Rochester— F. J. Weisbrod took his brother, F. A. Winter were business visitors at Al- | gona last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Anna Coupanger of Elmore I pent last week here at the home of the home of her brother, F. E. Wcis- brod in Emmetsburg since Mr. Wels- brod was taken to Rochester last Wednesday. daughter, Mrs. Wm. Sohroeder, E. Weisbrod to the Worrell hospital ta Roch ester last week Wednesday. F. °. f the Presentation Sisters of the aca- ler r. Mr. and Mrs. Oran O'Keefe tained Mr. and Algona at their home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Wm. Schroeder, Jr., enjoyed a , „. visit Sunday from her brother and I Whittemore the fore part of "last week A number of Fenton people attend- tne recital presented by th pupils . . . Frank SpelPv of E " wl " consult with doctors ln regard demy in Whittemore Sunday evening. an lnfectlon ^ the left side of his P"P"s who took part from here Were QUICK LOANS $5,00 to $300 Our prompt and simple finance service- to needy and responsible parties should appeal to you. i- We arc eager to help you solve your debt problems. Quickest of service and paytments arranged to suit your convenience. No embarrassing inquiries to friends or employers. Come in today and see us about this. Hawkeye Finance Co. face . Mr. Weisbrod has had trouble | Harold Geronsin and Bertha Huskamp. o.nd had hospital Mrs. Wm. Coupanger Although we have no final figures we predict that Whittemore has taken the West Bend tournament, which will put two Kossuth teams in the district finals. Ware, who defeated Seneca last year, was eliminated by Mallarc on Friday night. Scores of Bancroft Tournament. Armstrong 28, Ledyard 14. Ringsted, 2, Dolliver 0 (forfeit). Bancroft 27, Lone Rock 24. Seneca 42, Graettinger 16. Semi-Fin als. Bancroft 26, Armstrong 23. Seneca 36, Ringsted 16. Finals. Seneca 35, Bancroft 22. Dolliver Forfeited. •;••> The Armstrongr-Ledyard game was played on Friday afternoon. Dollive forfeited to Rinpjsted as their coach nad his boys to the state district tournament and could not come. The Lone Rock-Bancroft game was a-"toss-up" until the end. Graettinger has a better team than the score indicated with one real forward. With a little more support she might have made the score a more close. little Semi-Flnals. The Bancroft-Armstrong game was anybody's game with Bancroft finally winning by a nose, while the Seneca- Ringsted game was easy for Seneca. Consolation Game. Armstrong beat Ringsted in the consolation game for third place thus settling a long standing argument as to the merits of the two next door neighbors. Final Game. For the first time in weeks, Bancroft had her full team on the floor after being handicapped by sickness during the county tournament and Played her best game of the season, but not good enough to win, as Seneca got a good lead early in the game and held it to the end. Superintendent Moore of Laurens, who did a good job of refereeing the tournament, made two strong statements which are worthy of mention The first one was, that girls' basket ball In this section was as classy as that anywhere in the state and second that no where has he seen better sportsmanship between players than exists in Kossuth county. Burt Business Men Give Away Presents. Burt, March 17. Special: In connection with the opening of the new Burt Savings Bank, which opened last Saturday, the business men gave away twenty-eight useful gifts to the people having the lucky tickets. A large crowd was in town in the evening. The gifts were given away at nine o'clock, each business place giving a gift. (Seventy Boys Get Out for Base Ball. Aubrey Bonham. states that there were about seventy boys at the high school gym last Saturday morning to receive . instructions on how to play baseball and to try out for the junior league team which is being sponsored by the local post of the American LP- gion. The boys played catch and learned the fundamentals of fielding, buntinj- and other details. The batteries were then kept In the gym for Instructions In the proper throwing of the ball and low to catch anc! receive behind the plate. The other candidates were sent out doors to catch flies. Coach Bon- lam said that the boys in the first and fourth wards were not respond- ng as well as those in the second and hird arid he invited all the boys in .lie first and fourth wards to get out and try for the team. Anyone who has any kind of baseball equipment whether it is old or not and for which they have no fur- thur use Is asked to please give it to G. D. Brundage in Chrlstensen Brothers store or to Mr. Bonham. It' will be greatly appreciated by the boys and the American Legion. wife, Mr. and of Elmore. Emory Smith, who has been visiting with relatives in South Dakota since the first of the year, returned lome last week. John E. and James F. Smith and and ^ did not Mrs. a. along ing at Swea City.. ____„ placed first In humorous class. Aigona the cup this year which families have been enjoying a visit the past week from their mother, Mrs Mary E. Smith of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Aleck Boeckholdts and baby of near Titonka were guests on Sunday at the home of Mrs. Boeck- holdt's parents, Faulkner. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. ly. Mrs. F. E. Weisbrod accompanied *£ S and F. an j d l^SKXFd** heW f ° f the P^«ve"consecutlv-e Thursday. Stockholders Meet— At a recent annual stockholder's Mrs. Tues Abbas who passed away at her home at Buffalo Center last week after an illness of several weeks, was buried here at Maple Hill cemetery last Thursday afternoon. Airs. Louise Schmitt and Miss Henrietta Kleist returned home last week from Garner, where they had spent several days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmitt. Miss Marie Klein came home from Fairmont the latter part of last week where she is attending high school and is suffering a great deal of pain from an infection in one of her knees. A. Q. Smith and son, Emory drove to Montgomery last Thursday and brought home Mrs. Smith who had been there for several days caring for Mrs. R. C. Farrington, who had been Academy Held Declam Contest. St. Cecelia's academy presented to full auditaorlum its first effort toward public speaking Wednesday cv- ^ning, March 11, in the schooi audi- orium. Four contestants entered each if the divisions, humorous, oratoiical .nd dramatic. The judging, done by Luke Linnan, Algona; Miss Francis Messer, Hurn- oldt and Miss Francis Duhigg of Em- netsburg, resulted as follows: Oratori- al, first, "The Unkown Soldier," Joeph Kelly, second; "The Christ of the \ndes," Evelyn Van Allen. Dramatic, first, "The Forgotten Wit- ess," Elizabeth Barry, secord, "Pro *atria," Catherine Selz^r; humorous, China Blue EJ-FS," Alice Payne, sec- nd, "Billy Brad and the Big Lie," ohn Bestenlt-hntr. JEstherville Located Near the Bad Place. Exchange: An evangelist conducting meetings at Estherville has announced that he has discovered and can prove to the satisfaction of anyone that hell i.s located wghteen miles from that city. In what direction he did not •at a to. Arm-strong Is eighteen mijes cast of Estherville; go eighteen miles w« and you are in the Iowa lake region around Arnold's park and Spirit Lake. To the south you would almost reach Emmetsburg. To the north you might hit some Minnesota resort. At- any rate we are thankful for the information. When any one tells us in the future to go U>, we will know that we do not have far to travel. The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid served another one of their popular twenty- five cent suppers last Thursday. The hostesses were the Mesdames c. R. and Ray Smith, Mrs. John Griese and Mrs A. E. Anderson. Court J. Rippentrop has been on the sick list the past ten days, suffering considerable pain from blood poisoning in his right hand and aim, caused from a small sore on his hand becoming infected. Miss Julia M. Liesveld accompanied Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Winter and son, Russell, to Mason City last Friday, where they attended to business matters. While there they called on Mrs. Dora Liesveld and daughter, Ramona. At the school election last week on Monday votes for the new school build. Ing carried 169 to 38. Work will begin as soon as possible. The Winter residence, the only building on the school block has been sold to the school district. Relatives and friends surprised Mrs. R. Ennen on her sixty second birthday at her home north of town last week Wednesday. After spending the evening in visiting, a dainty luncheon was served. sent. About sixty guests were pre- Mrs. Gus Koppen received word on Friday that her mother was seriously ill in Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Koppen left at once to be at her bed side. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Koppen stayed with the children during the absence of Gus and wife. The Misses Leona Meyer, Julia M. Liesveld and Peter Bruer, who drove to Chula, Missouri, after Wade Ball, who had been visiting with relatives there the past few weeks, were snow bound and were unable to get home for several days. This was the first snow storm of the season and it was very inconvenient for the many travelers, but the snow was welcomed by the farmers as the fields were very dry. DOLLAR DAY White's Grocery THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY 25 ]I). box California Prunes $1.00 30 Bars Swift's Soap $1.00 5 Jbs. Santos Coffee $l.'oO 32 cans lOc Vegetables $1.00 JJO Jbs. Chick Mash II__$l!oO One No. 10 Peaches and one Blackberry $1.00 One .Hed Handle Broom One quart Olives One large Bottle Catsup Six Boxes Matches Two pounds Candy Kisses CRESCO NEWS. meeting of the Fenton telephone company it was voted to reduce the stockholders' assessment from twelve to ten dollars per year. All of the old officers were re-elected and are as follows- president. Dr. J. T. Waite; vice president, John Wegener; directors, "j. T Waite, J. F. Newel, John Wegener, E. A. Huskamp, and August Krause; treasurer, George Newel; secretary, F. H. Born. Rental prices remain the same or sixteen dollars per year. Margaret Stephenson spent the week end with friends at Algona. Mrs. Minnie Dreyer is visiting at the home of her son, Everett at present. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reimers spent Sunday at the John Gerhard home in Burt. Twenty-three local Epworth League members attended the rally at Dolliver last week Monday night. Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Waite and son, John, were entertained at the C. B. Hobbis home in Spencer Sunday. Mr .and Mrs. C. O. Bailey and their daughter, LaVonne of Inwood visited Sunday at the F. C. Bailey home. Mrs O. H. Graham entertained the Fortnightly club of Burt, of which she Is still a member, last Wednesday af- ternoofl,—— ry»-..i .„ __„.:_____ Mr. and Mrs. E. D. White and their daughter, Lucille were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Superintendent G.. D. Belken. Superintendent and Mrs. G. D. Belken attended the regular schoolmasters' meeting at Swea City last week Thursday evening. Mrs. H. H. Widdell has been ill the past week with the influenza. Miss Edna Hantelman is assisting with the household duties. Mesdames G. D. Belken, H. C. Lindsey and G. A. Freeman of Cylinder were Emmetsburg visitors last week on Tuesday afternoon. A large number from Fenton attended the district musical festival at Algona last week. All report a very interesting program. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kohlwes and children and Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes of Algona were entertained at the Represented by CUNNINGHAM & LACY. Phone 598 107 West State St. 40-41 | years. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wolfe of Latimer | and Mrs. C. W. Lauritzen of Whittemore were Thursday evening dinner guests at the R. W. Wolfe home. Mr. Wolfe has sold his barber shop in Latimer and has not yet decided" on a location. Miss Matilda Kressin entertained at four tables of bridge Saturday evening at the home of her sister, Mrs. W P. Ohm. Mrs. G. D. Belken won high score prize. Refreshments were served, the color scheme being in keepintr with St. Patrick's day. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Newel and children and Mrs. Kate Newel went to Hartley last Friday evening for a visit at the LeRoy Newel home. They saw the Rosebud Kiddies and Happy Jack from Yankton, South Dakota who played for a dance there that night. Mr. and Mrs. William Miller enter- , tained at eight tables of five hundred new x " rav macnine to his hospital. Officers Take Falwey to Fort Madison. Sheriff L. E. Hovey and State Agent Jess Qulnlan drove to Fort /Madison last Monday with William W. Falwey, who was sentenced to five years in the penitentiary by Judge F. C. Davidson last week for receiving and concealing stolen goods. The officers were to return to Algona today. WHITTEMORE NEWS. K&ZX^JStt^^ Mrs. Charles Seymour is on the sick list this week. Dr. J. M. McCreery has installed a last Friday evening. Mrs. Rudolph Wehrspan and Amos Finnestad were the high score winners and Miss Carolyn Frink and Walter Jentz the low Refreshments were served after the games. The members of the evening bridge club were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Jensen last Thursday, with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Newel as assistant host and hostess. High score was reached by W. P. Ohm. Refreshments were served at the close Everett Dreyer home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Denker and children of Lester spent the week end at the home of Mrs. Denker's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Weisbrod attended the funeral of Mrs. Perry McDonald at Burt last week Tuesday. Mr. Weisbrod was one of th e pall bearers. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. George Boettcher and children were entertained at the LeRoy Boettcher home in Burt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Newel went to Waldorf Sunday to visit with the latter's sister, Mrs. William Ford. They returned home this week Monday. An epidemic of colds and influenza has been prevalent in both town and Chas. Newel and F. H. Bohn drove to Des Moines last week Tuesday. Mr Newel made an adjustment with the insurance company and drove back a Chevrolet coach to take the place of his Essex sedan which was burned last week. They returned home late Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Mueller were host and hostess at eight tables of five hundred Sunday evening. Mrs. Emil Elmers of Haifa and H. Schulte won the high score and Mrs. Walter Krause and Fred Jentz, the consolation prize. An elaborate two course luncheon was served In keeping with St. Patrick's day colors. Mrs. Nels Mitchell, Mrs. Henry Wright, Mrs. Julius Peterson and Miss Lucille Peterson of Algona spent Thursday afternoon at the O. J. Sleph- enson home. In the evening they were joined by Mr. Mitchell, Mr. Wright and Mr. Peterson and two of the Wright's daughters and they all spent the evening together. Miss Irene Newel arrived home last Friday evening from Belmond. She is having a week of vacation from teaching. She left Saturday afternoon for Rochester In company with Mrs. Kate Newel and Wallace Weisbrod, who were called there by F. E. Weisbrod who is in the Worrel hospital. Miss Newel will consult with doctors while there Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Eigler were hos and hostess at a five hundred party las week Friday evening. Guests were fieat ed at six tables. Mrs. H. E. Reimer and John Schallin won high score prizes and C. G. Humphrey the men low prize. Mrs. C. G. Humphrey, Mrs Phillip Wander and Mrs. F. J. Weis brod tied for women's low scores and Mrs. Wonder drew the prize. Refresh ments were served after the games. Many fields are being prepared for seeding of oats. Leonard Brown of Boone is now working for D. D. Sparks. J. L. Gerber was re-elected director with Mrs. B. F. Sparks with election officers. The quilt made by the clu was presented as a gift to Mrs. Marth Potter Applegate, now of Corwith vicl nity. Members are requested to brin shears, cloth and quilt pattern to th next meeting. GOOD HOPE NEWS. at district number cent election. three at the re- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wagoner of Algona were visitors Sunday evening at the Nick Wagoner home. Mrs. John Simon re-entered the Kossuth hospital Wednesday of last week, undergoing another minor operation. She is doing well at this writing. Mesdames B. H. and Martha Potter of Altroiw and the latter's daughter. Wy&t^3®ffB^^ George Broesder is spending severa days this week visiting at the home of his uncle, Kobus Tjaden at Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. William Easterly of Neelin, Manitoba, Canada, are expected this week for a visit at the W. J. Bourne home. Mrs. Easterly iu a Bister of Mrs. Bourne. Twenty members of the Young Folks Sunday School class partook of a covered dish dinner at the Good Hope parsonage on last Sunday and remain- Five pounds White Beans Two pounds Lima Beans One quart Dill Pickles C ^ One Bed Handle Broom Ior ^|^ ^m O* T Jbl ,_ _, --— -" H»>*^** v«-i , t —-—%-». »e»v \s*i AUUV kji4*iua.y tlilvl i Ullltllll" Mrs. Ellen Miner and litt'o son and ed for the afternoon for the pactlce of also a friend of Meriden were visitors the play and music which is being pre- in this vicinity last week Thursday. ' *~- *---'— * ' B. F. Sparks has recovered sufiicent- ly to ride about each day. His son, D. D. and the latter's son, George having driven down to Nevada the week before last and visited Mrs. J. L. Brown and family in Boone enroute and brought Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Sparks home with them. The.Mothers and Daughters club was entertained Thursday by Mrs. Wm. Runchey. A large number of members and eight guests were present. The next meeting is to be held March 26th pared for Easter. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrenuu Gustafson of Des MoJnes were guests Sunday at the homo of the former's brother, A. M Gustafson. This Is the first time in seven years that the brothers have seen each other. Mr. Gustafson is employed at the state capitol. A box social and program is to occupy the evening of Friday, March 20, at the Gustafson school, district number two. This school Is a mile east of Good Hope church. An Interesting program is being prepared under the direction of the teacher, Helen Me Mahon. The public is invited. Wallace McArthur is making a nice recovery from an operation for the removal of his tonsils which he underwent on last Wednesday mdrnfng Wallace has had much difficulty with throat trouble through a period of several months and it is hoped that the source of the trouble has now been located and removed. William Dodds is busy these days making some long planned improvements to his farm home. The kitchen part of the house is being raised to provide a second story and bedroom with certain other changes in the arrangements of the kitchen to make it more convenient and modern. Fred Wegener of Lone Rock is the carpenter in charge of the work. It is important that communicants of Good Hope church keep in mind an opportunity will be offered on Easter Sunday for those desiring baptism for hemselves or their children to receive he same. Also that those wishing to unite with tho church either by letter by confession of faltji will be glad- y welcomed. Any who may be Inter- sted should consult with the pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Long returned lome Saturday evening from Iowa City, where they had been for several ays. They were there for consulta- ion with University hospital physic- ans concerning the condition of their Ix year old son, Glen Lawrence, who will be remembered as having suffered n attack last July of infantile para- ysls. There Is a gradual Improvement n the child's condition and it Is hoped hat a complete recovery may result venlually. Miss Rose Fude of Cylinder is a guest this week at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Frank Farrell. Herman Vaudt was elected to succeed himself at the school election last Monday. Only a few votes were cast. Mrs. Peter Neu returned to her home from the hospital Monday after having submitted to an operation the week before. Frank Welsbrod of Emmetsburg, who was a patient at the McCreery hospital left last week to enter the hospital at Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy O'Brien and their daughter, Mary Joice, moved here from Lawler Monday. Timothy is conducting a car service shop on west main street. Jack Farrell accompanied by his nephew John Farrell, drove to Iowa City last week where they visited with relatives and Jack consulted specialists In regard to his health. Miss Luella Bell, who underwent an operation for appendicitis at the McCreery hospital, was able to return to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Robert Bell, who live near Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Kollasch of Bancroft visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Schmitt, Jr. The visitors acted as sponsors on that day for their nephew, Robert Kaven Schmitt. Theodore Gappa is suffering with a knee which was injured by hitting t against a pitch fork in such a manner that the tine of the fork entered t, while at work on his farm north of town. Herbert and Eileen O'Brien drove to Lawler Saturday to assist their brother, Timothy in moving to Whittemore. Joseph Faber also drove over with his truck and brought the O'Brien furniture here. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Eike and their family left last week for Lincoln, Iowa, to visit at the home of Mrs Bike's parents. Mr. Eike expects to go to Webster City, where he will be employed in a shoe repair shop. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cullen moved to Oelwein the first of the week Maurice will be employed in a garage at that place where he will have charge of the parts. Mrs. Cullen was formerly Teresa Strelt of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kollasch, George Koehn, Mr. and Mrs, John Laubenthal Mrs. Joseph Meurer and Lucien Meurer attended the funeral services of the fourteen year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ries at Medial, Minnesota, last Wednesday, Miss Madison, who has been the nurse at the Frank Farrell home for some time, has returned to her home in Lone Rock. Frank Farrell has about fully recovered from his recent illness and his son, Lloyd, is improved although still compelled to "remain in bed. Peter Orlger received ten dollars from Father E. C. Meyer, pastor of the Catholic church at'Milford as a gift for giving the heaviest pig in the load donated to that church. The pig weighed about four hundred pounds. Father Meyer was given fifty pigs at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mcntag have moved from West Send to the Pat Weir farm, which they have purchased. R. H. Ostwaid, who has been living on this farm, moved to the old Rawson farm and Otto Bell moved from the Rawson farm to the Nick Semon farm north of town. Herman Weaver, former tenant of the Semon farm, moved to a farm In the north part of the county. After A WINTER It is now time to have those rugs and carpets cleaned. Not alone for appearance sake, but for the sake of good health. Germs like to hide in the thick weave of carpets, and our cleaning process gets them all put. Quick pick-up and delivery service. Just phone us today. Elk Cleaners Corner of Dodge and Call Streets Phone 330. LONG'S Groceries and Meats of Eggs are Higher. Farmers, take your eggs to W^^^^^BP ^Wf)l^ flpphi ™ ^Th^P^

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