Iowa Old Press
October 6, 1932
HAWARDEN AND VICINITY
Tuff rough boards at French’s.
A new and better brake service at Tilgner’s.
Ladies’ Heels put on for 10c. Phone 396. Garland Ellis.
F.I. Jenkins was a Cherokee business visitor Tuesday.
Mrs. Lulu Curran was called to Paullina last Friday by the illness of her
Standard Egg a Day makes hens lay. Sold only by Harker & Burket, the
Leland Ross was here from Kingsley Sunday visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. Earl Ross.
Mrs. J.A. Hill of South Haven, Mich., arrived last Friday to visit with her
mother, Mrs. Chas. Newman.
Dr. and Mrs. E.H. Adams of Quimby, Iowa, spent Sunday here visiting with her
brother, F.I. Jenkins and wife.
Rodney Myman of Philip, S.D., who had visited with his aunt, Mrs. Albert
Wheeler and family, returned home Tuesday.
Mrs. Gertie Farr of Sioux City spent the week end here with her mother, Mrs.
Harriet Dictor, and sister, Mrs. A.D. Horton and family.
Miss Florence Barnum, who makes her home with Rev. and Mrs. G.A. Patterson
in Dubuque, is attending college in that city. Miss Barnum is the eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barnum of Hawarden.
When it’s an Exide—you start.
Car fresh hard coal in at French’s.
You can buy white gas at Tilgner’s cheaper now.
A daughter was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Watkins.
Where you naturally have your car washed and greased—Tilgner’s.
Mrs. Chas Westling of Alcester was a Hawarden visitor Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Verrier were dinner guests Sunday at the Otto Larson home
Dance at Tokio Friday, Oct. 7th. Music by Beulah and Her Three Aces.
Admission 35c and 10c.
Miss Johanna Van Nimwegen of Alton came over last Friday to visit with her
sister, Mrs. C.E. Chenoweth.
The patrons of St. Mary’s school will hold a baked goods and vegetable sale
at Grant’s meat market, Saturday, Oct. 8th.
Mrs. Chas. Hennigan of Perry, Iowa, who had visited with her brother, L.R.
Carsten and wife, returned home last Thursday.
Miss Holmdahl of Alcester, who recently submitted to an operation for
appendicitis at the Hawarden hospital, returned home Tuesday.
Egg a Day makes hens moult fast and lay early. Pay big dividends in
increased number of eggs. Sold only by Harley & Burket, the Druggists.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Earl Ross were called to Lyons, Neb., Tuesday morning by the
death of his brother’s wife. They expect to return home today.
The Associated Ladies Aid will meet next Thursday afternoon, Oct. 13th, with
Mrs. J.E. Gearhart as chairman. The usual supper will be served.
Eldon Ericson, L.D. Ericson, and Helmer Leafstedt returned home last
Thursday evening from a ten days’ business trip to Coffeyville, Kan., and
points in Oklahoma.
Forrest Schoeneman came from Spencer Saturday evening to spend the week end
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.B. Schoeneman, and to celebrate Chester’s
birthday which occurred Sunday.
A 7 ½ pound son was born at 11 o’clock Monday night to Mr. and Mrs. Murst
Doherty at their home, north of Maurice. The young man has been named Daniel
Joseph. Before her marriage, Mrs. Doherty was Miss Hazel Olson of this city.
Good baking, according to successful cooks, depends almost as much upon a
steady fired as it does on the way the ingredients are mixed. That’s why so
many housewives around here are burning Stott Briquets in the range. This
clean, convenient fuel contains 60 per cent washed Pennsylvania hard coal
for long burning.
Dr. J.C. Kelly departed Tuesday for Carrollton, Ill., where he will spend
some time at the home of his sister. Dr. Kelly has been in ill health for
several weeks and will try to regain his health by a complete rest. He did
not know just how long he would remain in Illinois. His many friends hope a
speedy recovery for him.
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