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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 22, 1931
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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, April 22, 1931 ,5?Hl? otl * fi s quite ill Sunday Dr. Devine Was called. Gladys Buefklns spent the end at the John Homan home. youn & People's society l Ptide * evening at the Millett home. > J ' W - and . o. Krftcht home. o '.,. Were Sunday- visitors at the received the sad -~..- ,« OU) week Wednesday of the death of her uncle In New York J^lM r 5° n _. ha *b e «L odiously, ill «•>« «9 ?S u *eek. Dr. West of Arm strong has been caring for hlhi. Lutheran Ladles' Aid met at the Tm Millen Jensen home last Thursday afternoon, A large crowd atten and . Mrs - MP* f **fa&Jy and i ?Pfn fc Slhdajr at Fairmont visiting with Mr., Kennedy's mother. ^Pauline dsborn who 1 is attending I. «iJu* 7 v speht ,t he week end at her parents' home, Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn. • iw&? Sl .i a .! orge Goots ch and daughter, Mildred, drove to Port Dodge this Week efid to shop and visit at the J. E. Scully home. ,;Mr. and Mrs. Mike . Henrlckson and family of Blue Earth, Minnesota, were Sunday dinner guests at the Harley Hoeck home. ; • . '• .•„•.. . .. ...Mrs.. Fred; rfenseh and -children.'Har- rlett and Bernard, Grace McGregor J*M Helen Nielsen were Fairmont shoppers Saturday. •..Mrs. Henry Rassmussen spent Friday at the, Dan Patterson home helping <3are for her uncle, who Is seriously ill *lth pneumonia. •.James Hooper, a cousin of Harlye Hoecfy from Des Moines, visited last week at the Hoeck home. Mr. Hooper is a chautauqua actor. ;' Rev, and Mrs. S. O. Sande and their doughter, Pearl, and Mr. and Mrs. Alton Ferguson and daughters were Es- thervllle shoppers Saturday. A row of evergreen trees was planted on the north of the Seneca school grounds. This Is a great improvement and will be appreciated more in the coming years. The Patterson family from Eldora has moved to the farm recently occupied by the Glen Cage family. The Cages moved to the Klein house south• east of Seneca. Marlon and Lyle Osboni took their brother, Lester to Waterloo Saturday to take up a position as stenographer. He was graduated this winter from the Gates Business College in Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jensen and son, teddy, drove to Bake Orva Halverson and Hazel Anderson accompanied them as far as Buffalo Center, where they visited Joseph Anderson, father of Hassel. Miss Mabel Howe has been on the sick list the past .few days. ; Lawrence Bergman of EmmetsbuYg spent Sunday at the P. F, McGulre home. . '•• Mrs. J. F. Jieltnsky and daughter, Melvina, Were Fort Dodge* visitors on Saturday. Nick Gaul of Alton visited at the F. J. Hatten 1 , John Hertters- aftd Ottoj Vaske homes Monday. Mrs. A. H.'Delterihtj, Mrs. Al Rahe, and Miss Viola bettering-.tterd Mason City visitors Saturday. " ' Mrs. L. E. Conway 6f, Graetttnger visited Sundftyvat the-holme'of her daughter, Mrs; ;#•. Ooritbn. : "•' ; Ambrose Mescner left. .Saturday for Lincoln, Nebraska,'„where.- he- will be employed for. the summer. : Mr. Thies 6t -'iBircTlsland,'' Mlnne- osta, Is visiting at the home- of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H,' E. Thies. St. John's base ball team drove to Burt last Wednesday afternoon and defeated that team by the score of 4 tO 3. . I . . ;.-... . ' , Mr. and. Mrs. John Haupert of Ledyard visited Saturday at the home of the Tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Schiltz • .... i, Miss Agnes Carrigan left Sunday for a two weeks' vacation to be spent with relatives a'nd' friends at Ayrshire and Duncombe, :.., ; ... Mrs. Walter Welp and children, Ambrose and Marjorie of Humboldt spent Saturday and Sunday at the M. A, Saunders and-Mrs. J. H. Welp homes. George Nemmers of Lamottc visited a few days last week at the home of his son, Nick, and brother, Matt, and with other local relatives and friends. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Devine returned Saturday from Sigourney, where they were called by the serious illness and death of the former's father, Daniel Devine. Harold Doyle and son of Yankton, South Dakota, visited a few days last week at the home of his mother, Mrs. Imelda Doyle and brother, R. J. and family. . Mr. and Mrs. Francis Foley and children of Campus, Illinois, arrived Friday for a visit at the home of her mother, Mrs. Mary Lattimer and other local relatives. Wm. Deiterlng cntertainfed a num- ber of his friends at a birthday party Friday afternoon. He was five years old. The afternoon was spent playing games, after which a lunch was served. Miss Theresa Richter, who is attending St. John's high school here, spent the week end at the home of her parents at Wesley. Miss Mildred Deitering accompanied her for a visit at her home. Mi 1 , and Mrs. clem J. Elsbecker entertained a number of friends at a card party Sunday evening. Five hundred was played at eight tables. Wm. Vaske and Mrs. Clem Elsbecker won the high scores. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Chambers returned to their home at Lewlston, Montana, after having spent the past two weeks visiting at the H. J. Guide home. Mrs. Anna McQuirk returned with them and will visit there for some time. The Women's Catholic Order of Foresters held their monthly meeting and Installation of officers at the Forester hall Thursday evening. After the business meeting, cards were played. Mrs. Joe Rahe Won high prize, and Ther-, esa Stelpflug, consolation. A delicious lunch was served. LONE ROOK NEWS. W:^^ Automobiles and their upkeep have cost me $10,000.00. The boys and their upkeep: cost me .about .that much more. * .* * At one time my financial statement showed a net worth of ^ggJ 0 th ? P' and and gtortou* t! mes, when,land M^WBjjeWwdU^cftwa,san4«plK8 jtferB selling for >Ui&i res"to ftUaWtbBt: 'mia^SeS^S^miW^^ did not have.. Then came the drop and on taking a careful invoice I found I owed about as much as I was worth.. The banks said they would carry me, but I felt they were already acting as pall bearers for too many people that were about ready to have-a, financial funeral. So I sold'the big Buick, got the boys on a paying bfosis and Instead 6f the talkies, mother and I took to the walkles and we walked for four years. We started a shoe store down town, and,by.hard, work and. economical, living have' done well and enjoyed a good business. At least I have saved myself from going to. the scrap heap and I notice mother has changed.from cotton .to 'silk -sox up to her knees and how much farther is nobody's business. . What I am getting at is this, the average fellow makes enough money'in this old world, but we spend too" much'. There are mighty few people that can stand prosperity. The old rule of come easy, go easy; is still-.a strong trait-in the human family.,Hard work and economy, is the only way to : win-a solid lasting success. A dollp.r'saved is a dollar made. People that trade-at- Neville's store realize these facts and that is just why more and more families are coming to Neville's store for their supplies. We have a house full of bargains. We buy from 'the best factories and wholesale houses in the,United States. ..We pay cash and get the best discounts. . Qur. shoes are-all standard .quality. We soil.them for less than regular retail price., Wq se.ll. regular $4,.OQ.fiJigeg,,a"nci oxftirds for $2.98. Regular $5.00 slippers .at $3.1)5._ancL.tlte $6:00'..and $7.80 shoes and Oxfords are'-sold'at Neville's for §4.95.. , < ,....-..' ••--•••- '••-.•:•• Chilreri's shoes"'and slippers are sold from 98c to $1,98 a pair. .'•/ Men's Work shoes from §1.50 to $2.98 a pair.. You get the'sa'me shoes,at Neville's but youtget them for less. ' '-' "" ' "" A. D. Ulner visited over the week end at Eagle Grove. The seniors will have their pictures taken Wednesday at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Quinn returned home Tuesday from Iowa City. Harriett Fish visited over the week end at her home-in Whittemore. Russell Sharp and Rude Fisher returned home from Omaha Friday. Mrs, H. Ni Asher of Graettinger is visiting at the E. M. Jensen home. Mr. and Mrs. Burt Olson of Swea City visited Mrs. John Rath Sunday. Rosie' Krause spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Krause. N. L. Cotton and Merwyn Christensen attended a cattle sale at Sioux City Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Padgett and family of Algona visited at the Wm. Krause home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig entertained the blacksmiths' association on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich and family visited at the F. L. Hauck home in Livermore Sunday. Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and daughter, Ersel, visited at the W. T. Fish home in Whittemore Friday. The youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J^sperson Ml last Wednesday and broke her arm. Mr. and Mrs. William Treptow and Mr. and Mrs. John Moser visited with Mrs. John Rath Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hulbert of Glidden visited at the J. M. Blanchard home last week Monday. Freeman Wolfe of Fenton visited at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Calvin Householder Sunday. Ersel Blanchard is again back in the bank after being home two weeks to care for her mother, who was 111 with the flu. Wesley News Items School Notes— The class in domestic science together with their instructor, Miss Hazel Conrad, have recently completed the redecorating of the walls and furniture of the domestic science room. Colors of green and dark cream were used. The county base bail tournament held at Hurt Saturday resulted in the Ledyard team winning over all. The Wesley team played Ledyard In the morning game, but were defeated. The game with Britt April 10, resulted in the score of 11 to 8 In favor of Wesley while the game with.Britt last Monday resulted in the. score of 6 to 9. in favor of the Britt boys. Both games were played on the local diamond. Mr. Brian of Iowa Falls together with Mr. Hancher of Algona gave a lecture and stereopticon views on television at the high school assembly room Monday afternoon. : •'' '.'Algona, Iowa. • • 'V I I. _ parent-teachers' meeting of •Vm'niie'TieiairieW'week'Thurs- day and the officers for the coming year will be elected. " "'• Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, Tom Long and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Blanchard visited at the Albert Thompson home Sunday near Milford. • < Carl Priebe has purchased the two lots on the corner across from the Blanchard hardware store, and wi erect a gas station there soon. Mrs. Wm. Fisher returned home o: Saturday from Watseka, Illinois. Sh was- called there last week by the deatl of her granddaughter, Wilda Fay Horn er. The following visited at the Oti Sander home over,the week end: Mi alnd Mrs. R. M. Goetsch, Jacob Tusch Mrs. CIaiis-.Helnifce.iand daughter, Eva of Renwiek. 'Pearl Hnnna has returned' to he school duties, at Mount Vernon, New York, after having spent nearly si: weeks with her parents, while she wa recuperating from a recent major oper ation; •• - --. •-.-.-. - • . -.. ... Mrs. Jack Quinn was called to .Pipe stone, Minnesota,-..lastsW/edne'Sdajji it the serious '.. illriess of • her. mother; c-Th Nathan Studer is confined to his home suffering with an attack of the flu. Prof, and Mrs. E. R. Swanson spent Sunday at the home of his sister near Swea City. Mrs. Carl Hanson will entertain the Methodist Ladles' Aid 'this week on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Elizabeth Amnsburv of Algona spent. the past week visiting in' the home of John Amesbury. Miss Erma Ward drove to > Mitchell Saturday- morning to visit in the home? of her friend, COlleen White. Jack .Staebler -and wife- spent Sunday and Sunday night at the home of his sister, Mrs. Charles Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Glddlngs and Mr. and Mrs. Thero'rt Hanson were entertained at the 1 Raymond home Sunday. - Hanson Mr. and 'i Charlrg Murphy and Miss Patricia!; Miller spent from .Friday until Saturday .night at Webster City with relative^,, Dr. and Mrs. -Leon Smith and two children of Fort Dodgo spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kleinpcter. Dr ; and Mrs. C. J. Primslng brought her sister Mrs. .Ann M.. Kunz home Wednesday evening following a week's stay at the doctor's home, Mr. Hubscholtz of Adrian, Minnesota, and Wlnton Mullary of Sioux Falls, South Dakota arrived Wednesday for a visit at the home of H. L. Rue. Edmond and Wilford Loebig who are located at Clear Lake as landscape artists, spent Sunday at home with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Loebig. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Meuver and Cheryll Ann drove to Charles City on Sunday to spend the day in the home of Mrs. Bertha Meurer and children. Miss Pauline Hildmnn returned to Her home Friday from Des Moines following an operation for the removal of her appendix at the Polyclinic hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Vee Mullin and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hanson and families were guests in the home of their brother, Ben Mullin, at Klemme Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cook are rejoicing over the new •'Arrival 6'f 'a baby boy, day following a week's visit at the Henry Ricke and Charles Prochlich homes. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rlcke spent Sunday at Williams with his son, Lawrence and family.' Rev. and Mrs. Back and family, Viggo Killsholm and children. Miss Amanda Olson, the David Johnson and Emil Sorenson families of Corwith were entertained at a six o'clock dinner Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wester. Mrs. Wm. AmesHury of Carroll. Mrs. Elizabeth Amesbury and daughter, Clara, of Algona, wero guests in the John Amesbury home Sunday. Sunday evening Mrs. Win. Amesbury left for Titonka to visit in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Pink. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dlekmnnn, Mr. and Mrs. Huldrich Schuthardt and Grandpa August Dlckmann came up from New Hampton Sunday, to visit until Monday in tho Frcrt blekmann home. Grandpa remained for a few weeks', visit with his son and family. Miss Anna Wester, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wester, is named ns one of the coeds whose names appear for one of three dances to be held at the annual Vclshea to be held at Ames May 7 to 9th. She will appear ns one of the dancers In the "Living Dance." Mr, and Mrs. Herman Bode entertained their evening bridge club Sunday evening. High prizes were awarded to Arlo Dawson and Mrs. J. Cooney, and low prizes to Mr. Coonpy iey, i Mrs. . .. lady passed -away Sunday ..morning:.- Mr Quinn and his mother left Sunday foi Plpestone to attend the funeral. SEXTON NEWS. ' fJWWJWVWfJWJ' VWJVUWY^^ See and Drive the - New ON DISPLAY. Klamp Auto Co. I0HBYSLER SALES AND SERVICE < Phone 523 . -.-..^^s^'Algonja, Iowa. p 'n ' ' ' ' ' r $&G&$88®G^^ James Lily, of Swea City called at the John Elaine home Sunday. Ila Olsen, Leoja Huff and Stanley Gardner were shopping in Mason City Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Olsen visited Sunday afternoon with, their son, Rav and family. Godfrey Strieker of near Irvington visited a time Sunday at the John Miller home in Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Licktelg and three children were dinner guests of her mother, Mrs. John McMahon, Sr., Sunday. Ray Huff, who has been quite sick for some time, is able to be up and around the house, but is able to be outside as yet. . . Lois Miller, little daughter nf »»•• and Mrs. W. Z. Miller, has been quite siok with the flu the past week, and has missed school. Leola Huff and 'Stanley "Qaydner were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Leolas' brother, Mr. and Mrs'. John Huff, Jr., in Sex.ton: Mr. and Mrs. Chas. ;Aman and, family were callers in : Emmetsburg Sunday testing the fishing. They returned home just before the hard rain.' Mr. ahd Mrs. John Miller and three little daughters spent -Sunday evening .near LuVerna at the home of his parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. Alex Miller and family. ' • - -• ' John Brinkman is having a well born Wednesday., <X baby girl came on Sunday, of la&t weels % gladden ,tfc. Richard Van Horn "home. ' ;; v •' Mrs. Ihno ''CSHrciesr'eVite'rtflJned" the Deal 'Em club Ttftirs.aay 'afternoon, Mrs. L. L. Lease' helrf-hlgh score; The club will be entertained this week at tho John Hutchison homo. Henry Kloeke, : farmer •-' 'living • tw miles north of Wesley;-planted flfteei acres of corn the past week. This 'i perhaps the- first-corn planted-this sea son in this community., .'..-.-., . Mrs. Tom furgeson, -Mr.'and'Mrs J. Hodges and Mrs. Mil'daK'Nil'es drove to lUnson City Saturday, to .-spend th< day visiting in the hpmp of Mrs v Tur- gcspn'.s daughter, .Mrs.' C. ,M. ,Sage. 'Mr. and Mrs." Joe Baltz of 'Bahcrbfi, spent .Sunday in'tho hoirie tif'h'er sister, Mrs. Matt Laux. The ,Baltz anc j J-aux lamilies we're eihtqrtained at the 1:1. M. Olson Hoine" Sunday" evening foi Cupper. f •' ,> '".'.'; Mrs. William Lloyd;''Jack 'Mu'hso,, and Mrs. Mamie Capps.returned, here Sunday from Srinfield' M''' Which the lay from Springfield! Mrinesot'a' to :h p.lace they had $pei\ called, bv e illness and'.. dea'tli: ^p'f th,eir'mother, Mrs. Charles Mouson/, ;• •',. .'-.', , : . Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley and theii daughter; Ethel, drove . jx> .Forest City Sunday to b'e guests a'i'"the home of her sister, Mrs. Tony 'Rasmusseh. Another sister, Mrs. O.' ;A'» Isaacs' of Des Moines, was also to ; £>e' v pj-esent. The Infant daughter, Ruth Mary, of Mr, and Mrs. Leo Goelz was received in holy baptism at the St. Joseph's Catholic church Sunday. Her sponsors were- her grandmother, Mrs. Mary oete and undo, George Goetz. Miss Lillian Studer and boy friend, Dell Getty of Mason City were entertained at a seven o'clock dinner .at the liome of her friend, Miss Lucille Kunz Saturday night. Lillian holds the position of cashier at the Hanford hotel in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease and family Irove to Lake Mills Sunday to visit at the Ed. Gesmc home. Others there included M. T. Rye of Hanlontown, Carl Lewis of Kensett, Leonard Gesmo of Smmons, M. L. Gesmc of Tipton and ;helr families. Mrs. Lawrence Ricko and baby son eft for their home at Williams Satur- tmd Mrs. Louis Goete. Mrs. Bode served a very appetizing lunch ns the ('losing feature of the evening's entertainment. Mrs. Abbio Caslcr has been critically ill find under tho doctor's care. She was taken sick the latter part of tho week with nn attack of pall s'.xmcs which at times seemed to leave her bo- yond restoration. Mrs. Mildred Niles and Mrs. Axel Johnson have been caring for her, besides the imme'.llatc members of her family. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society moots this week Friday afternoon at the Methodist parsonage. Choir practice will bo hold Thursday night at the church. Rev. C. H. Moore is this week soliciting- in the interest of the Wesley Foundation which is in the religious intcrst of the young people who are attending the stato institutions of learning. The Sisters and one hundred anrl fifty pupils of the eight grades in tho St. Joseph's parochial school are holding- a program this Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock to be given in honor of Father George F. Wessling in remembrance of his name's day. The parents of the pupils are invited for tho program which will consist of songs, recitations, dialogues and a play. The organization of rural mail carriers of Kossuth county met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vco Mullin on Tuesday evening of last week. There j were twenty-one grownups In attendance which represented the towns of Ledyard, Lakota, Titonka, LuVcrno, Lone Rock, Burt, Fenton, Bancroft, and Wesley. A nice program was cn- loyed and a delicious lunch was served by tho hostess, Mrs. Mullin. Tho Royal Neighbor lodge is holding regular rehearsals on a play, "They Were Deceivers Ever," to be given in then- lodge hall Wednesday night, April 2.9th. Those. taking part in the •play are Mrs. Ann M. Kunz, Mrs. Stur- Idivant, Mrs. J, Ormsby. Mrs. C. Murphy, Mrs. Vee Mullin, Mrs. Olive Erd- monn, Mrs. Elmer Gibson, and Mrs C. S.- Guy. A charge of twenty-five and thirty-live .cents will bo - made which will.also entitle tho attendants to the hard time dancing party and re'frcshmens which will be served. .Mrs, Peter E. Skew, Miss Amanda Olson, Rev. and Mrs. Eriek Bach and family and Viggo Kiilsholm and children... were guests Sunday, at tho O!e Flom home for dinner. In tho evening- tho Kiilshohris, and Bach fniniJie.s v/erc entertained nt tho Rev. R. Hern- sten home in Britt, after which Rev. Bach delivered a sermon"at the Upper Flat church in the evening-. He filled tho Coiun'cgatio'na! church pulpit Sunday morning 'in Wesley.' The Bach family are In'avinr; this Week' for their home Special Smiee for Truck Operators 'killci The Leading Feature of a Complete Service— IRES P ROUD as we arc of every service we give, we like to Feature U. S. Tires. They indicate the high standard of quality which we maintain in everything. U. S. Tires arc built to give service far beyond any other tires of the day—yet they cost no more than ordinary tires, often less. Conic in and let us show you how we can save yon money by completely servicing your car at oni. stop. PRICES 1.50x19 __$5.60 .fiOxP.O $5.70 .75x28 __$6.65 5.00x1!) _. ^ $6.95 Soutli oi:' Court House, Phono (512. in Ludinnton, Michigan, havlnc- broil here the p:r:t two weeks visiting- in the Kiilsholm home. The-American Legion Auxiliary field its'i'ogular nieetinti las't Tlviirsd'ay nifcht with Misses'-'LaUi'fi 'and Hertula Wolf hostesses TWb service Local Stenographers Hear Bullet Whiz. Two fair stenographers from one of tho woll known Algona law firms state that some one took a pot shot at thorn one day last week ns they wore walking- in the .south part of town. When asked how they knew it was a bullet they replied (hat they heard it whix in fnct they heard it wills twice, once when the bullet passed them and once when they passed it. Algona in getting to be ns bad as Chicago when young ladies cannot go home without being- shot at. Given Sentence for Assault and Battery. Harry Egbert, of Algeria, was taken before Justice W. O. Dnnson last Thursday on the charge of assault and battery on his wife's person. Ho was sentenced to twenty days at hard labor and to pay the costs of the action. Presbyterian Church. Morning worship ami study, .sermon theme, "A Boy Dreamer," Evening worship, and Y. 1 P. S. C. E. nt six- thirty, topic, "What Do Missions Do?'.' Sermon theme, "The Healing Christ." There is a welcome for all. § WHITTEMORE NEWS.g . Ill --*--'-|*** lfil-Jljyj..lLUl tho highway going north, and ' alic'hlly better lear the,.St.-Joseph's, parochial'•'' acts', were' put \p .motiqhV; oriej ' callim; for American- Leg-ion Popjiy' Ecerts' to' be furnished to the tdv,'ji;'for, rjpppy beds to bo sown on the ei'i.y hall : -property and the.,other for the construction for "Protect our .Children" signs put, ijp,. on. tho " ' ' south nenr school. .The next mooting will be hole' Thursday night, April 30, with a.cov- ered dish luncheon furnished by th ladles whose . names begin with the letters from A to J inclusive Tho American Legion post of Wesley entertained the business men at a smoker and program hist Tuesday night at the Kleinpcter ha!l. The meeUn.f.; was called to order by Mayor J. Hutchnson, who is also a Legion member incl who gave tho address of welcome. W. J. Frlmnil sang- a vocal solo accom- janiod by Arlo Dawson. Ray Murray of Buffalo Center gave a very inter- sting and instructive speech explain- ng tho meaning of tho American Leion and how a community can benefit by such an organization. Tills was ollowed by a general discussion by the -.eglon boys and business men. There verc sixty men in attendance and all vere served a lunch followed by ,sev- ral rounds of card games. drilled on his farm which is occu- 3ied by Mack Wise. The tile was hauled Monday and the drilling will start oon. Maynard Nail in Wesley. Mrs. Nail is a sister of the children's mother. Miss Aline Martinek, student at the ., ,.„ Iowa State Teachers' College in Cedar Mary Harris, who works in the tele-, Falls came home for a visit with her 3hone office in Algona, spent Friday parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Martinek evening and Saturday and Sunday northeast of town. She came on the The Chln-Namel Chink Says: The radiators, chandeliers and picture frames are made very r attractive when finished with Ohl-Namel gold or Sold by E. W. Lusby. aluminum. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Johnson of Pair- nont, Minnesota, spent from Friday until Sunday evening at the home of his mother, Grandma Nelson, who is Very sick. The Sexton Ladies' Aid will meet this week Thursday afternoon with Mrs, Ferdinand Brethorst at her home southeast of tdwhi Everyone Is welcome to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harris and little daughter spent Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Harris. Marie took them to their home In Algona that evening. Kathryn and Leo Kirschbaum spent Friday evening ani Saturday with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. bus Friday evening. Sam Vaun of Moline, Illinois, called Mrs. Ell/abeth Baas is .soripusly jll i( her lipme south of town. :Mildred Simpson, 'tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. BimpsVin, is sick it Ihe family home tiist of town. .Dolores Kloock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kloock, is out of school this week and at home ill.- : The home of Joe Kajowski is quarantined with scarlet fever, one oi' the children being sick with the disease. ' Chris Reding, who has been seriously ill with pneumonia, was reported ;;:; the first of the week. Lueiea Meurer drove to Menomlnee, Michigan, last week for a visit with his sister, Mrs. Anna Fran?, and her family. Henry Weisbrod of Fenton submitted to an operation for strangulated hernia nt the McCrcery hospital on Thursday. i.,! I Mrs. Henry Felclcr has been quite ill tho past week at her home in tho northeast part of town, suffering with tonsilitis. Kathryn Haag, Geneva and Josephine, Langcrmnn drove to Humbolclb Sunday for a visit with Mrs. Betty Langcnnan. Theresa Kollasch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Kollasch, has been sulIcrliiB with a severe attack of tho rheumatism. The sixth, seven and eighth grades of the academy are giving their an? nual play next Sunday evening^at tho. academy hall. ; • Mrs. Timothy O'Brien and daughter, Mary Joice, drove to Lnwler Friday, where they will visit several days with Mrs. O'Brien's parents. , ; A. B. Carter of West Bend is >a patient at the McCrcer hospital, havt ing submitted to an operation for ap* pendicitis Friday night. Miss Madso'ii". of Lone Rock is the nurse in charge 1 .-.-" Peter Mcrgon, son of Nick Merger^ i.-i KiifTering with an attack of rheuma* tism. Peter recently injured his haridf while cranking an engine and the in-, jury developed into blood poison. Tliff infection is being following- by rheutna^ t iem . . •."" Rosella IIi;>f;ins j.s minrantihctf at the home of .her parents, Mr. and Mrs* Win. illgglns with' scarlet fever. Ros-* ollu was tiiken ill fit, Mercy hospital ij-j Siou.^City where she Is taking a nurses,. Uainiii!*"course and Mrs.'Hlggifis drove over last week Wednesday, ajndibrought IUT home. "'"• '•"' ' •'., 'j 'i'-t .*> '.' ' " '}' At a meeting of StUPpultt Lutheran coimn.'caUon, Frcrl -jjy'cjjc'nii'if.reslgn^ as treasurer, aff^r serving 'in Hhis offy lice for twenly.-seyeh.years.'••-Mr. Weg-i oner's health lid's not been the best sit, different times late years and he de v ^' cicled he was not, able to handle the office in his customary capable maiir ner. Oscar Se.liattschnekler was elect- eel to succeed Mr. \Vegener. '•;] or. his cousins the Elaine brothers on Sunday. They had not seen him for |»any years. Twenty-three years ago ho with his parents,. lived on the farm now owned by Carl Paelz. Mrs, Sarah Wise, Mrs. Drusilla Noblo and Nell Wise called at the home of Grandma Nelson north of town last week Thursday as she is very ill. She has been sick for about two weeks, and is getting weaker all the time. Rev. C. H. Moore was in Sexton Monday morning transacting business before he and his wife left for Kansas, where they were called by the serious illness of their son, who was hurt in an automobile accident last fall and had never fully recovered. \\ r c do not want all tin; business in Al^otm, but we would like to have you come in and look oyer our line and let us %-uve ymu 1 needs in both new and used i'lirnitnve. . AVe have a nearly new Perfection oil stove. A very good typewriter desk good as new. "When you have repairing or upholstering, eall ns and get our price. The Furniture Shop Phone 399 Algona, Iowa,

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