Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1942 · Page 2
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PAGE FOUR MUSIC PROGRAM BY JUNIOR HIGH FOR THE P, T, A, Editor Presents Few Violin Stunts Chris Reese, of the Uprer Des Moines staff, performed on the violin Monday noon befure the Rotary club. He impersonated an old-time fiddler at a fiddlers' contest, imitated the bagpipe, two pigs squealing, and a rooster crowing, all on the viol in. He also explained the tone, etc., of a violin. Mr. Reese's entertainment was greeted by frequent applause. An Advance reporter who interviewed Mr. Reese learned that the latter could The Elementary P. T. A. met at Bryant school building Tuesday and Miss Bonnstetter was in charge of the program. The Junior high music department, under direction of Jordan Johnson, presented vocal numbers, a sev-. enth grade trio, a seventh grade j hardly be classified as olily an sextette, a junior high mixed j amateur fiddler. He has appeared chorus, and instrumental music, I on the programs of vanods Iowa clarinet quartette. Roger Slagle I radio stations, and he wds once played two violin selections, ac- on the air weekly for font years, companicd by Mrs. Dan Jensen. Miss Moad presented six pupils from junior high English classes who gave talks on communicable diseases and posture. Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer gave a talk on cancer. He described the types of tumors, benign and malignant, and explained growth, also methods of control in treatment. Doctor Cretzmeyer stressed the importance of early diagnosis and treatment. In the las century , he said, cancer has jumped from sixth place to second in the death rate, being exceeded only by heart trouble. Miss Bonnstetter reported on dental inspection of the children at the Bryant school. From an 89 per cent deficiency in 1939 the figures this year show a drop to 30 per cent deficiency. She also gave a general nutrition and health report on the children fol- FARCE-COMEDY ANNOUNCED BY THE ACADEMY "Here Comes Charlie," a Denison three-act farce-comedy by Jay Tobias, will be presented by a cast of ten sophomores at the academy next Sunday at 8 p. m. Larry Elliot, young broker, liam Meier tmmeuDurg «i «~ finds he is becoming guardian of i at four tables Mr. and Mrs. Hara small Ozark orphan "Charlie." j vey Hieley won high and Mrs. When "Charlie" arrives with her! Albert Wolfgram and Mark Sun Wolfgrams, Fetiton, Wed 56 Years Af 6 Fenton, Apr. 8—Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wolfgram celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary Sunday, and helping were Mr. and Mrs. Mark Simmons, daughter Jane, the Harvey HigleyS, Mrs. Walter Jentz, the Howard Andersons, Fairmont, Mrs. A. H. Hanna. Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz, the Arthur Muellers, the Clarence Theesfields, the Lloyd Kerns, and Mrs. William Meier, Emmetsburg. At 500 married to James Marlow. Five children were born, three of whom survive: William, Leftv moh, S. D.; Mrs. May Paul, Alva, Okla.; and James, Redfield, S. D. Alter the death of Mr. Maribw the widow married Frank Ames, andf two children were born: Archie, Kanawhd, and Mrs. Keith. Mrs. Ames was later married to, Julius Briggs, who died some years ago. ' There are 16 grand-children and 21 great-grandchildren. Illinois SDH of a Wesley Woman Sick Wesley, Apr. ft-Wof -A was ceived here Saturday of the crltl eal sickness with &n««*wy"* <>. Charles Fox, Rock Falls, HI., at a Sterling, III, hospital. At ftiid night a group of relatives here left to see him: his mother, Mrs Lizzie Fo*, two other sons, Law rence and George, the daughter Mrs. Jacob Lolling, and W, J Eden. BAND FESTIVAL HERE IS DATED FOR 4 SCHOOLS lowing the recent measles epidemic. Bad ear and throat conditions resulting from this disease are under supervision. An account of the school nurse's activity fund and disbursements for the hot lunch project was given. Miss Hillestad's room won the attendance picture this month. Paul Wille Made a Cemetery Trustee at Annual Meeting | The Riverview cemetery board I ol trustees held its annual meet- i ing Monday at Secretary D. D. ] Paxson's County Mutual offici. Paul Wille. state park custodi-in. was elected trustee to succeod the la to J. L. Bonar. \vhr,?e U.rrr. | had t\vo years to run. i The other trustr-c-.s are M. G. ' Norton and C. E. Chubb, and the : latter was elected for a now ' three-year term. To Secretary ! PaxsonV title was added th--.it of superintendent. A. R. Cruikshank is pr(-.sident: M. P. Weaver, vice: H. E. Brims, sexton. The trust.'..:- are planning inspection .-'x.n of thr- (-ast side or nev.'est sociion <-if the cerneterv with a \-j'.•'.-.• to further improve"- ment. ;f heart—Howard Dan Jensen, local high school band instructor, expects 225 pupils here next Tuesday for a four-school band festival, The Algona school band will be host _ to Humboldt, Clear Lake, and i Mrs. Fanny Farnham, Eagle Grove groups. Prof. My- aunt—Eileen Winger! ron E. Russell, of the I. S. Ti C.. Cedar Falls, will be critic. The pupils will not play for ratings, but will get advice on their showings. The afternoon session will begin at 1:10 and will consist of instrumental solos and ensembles till 5 o'clock, when a woodwind ; clinic will be in charge of Mr. j Russell. No admissions will be ; charged in the afternoon, and the j public can attend. | The four bands will play to- | ;ether in an evening public fes- j ival at 8 o'clock. The admission i ee is lOc for pupils and 20c for ! dults. ! hick uncle. Aleck Twiggs, Lar- i mons were ry's aunt, Mrs. Farnham, and her Tiend. Mrs. Caroline Smythe- £ersey, plan to get rid of the "hillbillies." The social blunders of the new arrivals develop farcical situations, espeially when Mrs. Farnham makes Aleck a society butler. However, the newcomers have a comeback for a surprise ending. The comedy is tempered by i Burt Apr &_Funeral services heart interest and touches of pa-u or Mrs, Lucinda Briggs, former thos. The cast of characters fol-. Burt resident, were held at the lows: j Methodist church here Tuesday Nora Malone, cook at the Elliott j the Rev. H. W. Jackman conduct- home, June Forsberg. 'ing, with burial in the local Officer McGrill. Nora's sweet- \ cemetery. MRS. BRIGGS, AGEDWOMA AT BOUT, DIES Forsberg. Larry's Mrs. Briggs died Easter day at her daughter Mrs. J. H. Keith's, Thor. following a long sickness, T _.. ., , . Mrs. Briggs was Lucina Alger, Larry ZlLott, young business ; and she was born in DeK alb Co., man—Dean Kohlnaas. i m __ September 14. 1954. She was Ted Harvey. Larry's college pal | brought to'Kossuth count}' when —Herbert Weydert. ;S he was a young girl, and was Vivian Smythe-Kersey. Larry's „____ " fiancee—Evelvn EJbert. i , NOTICE complaints _, . . , ,, Several complaints have come i ^T? £ £e ™ iwentlv concerning dogs ruin- Maunce ijschen. . iR . flow ^ gardens . vegetable "Cnarbe' Kopps. carry's ward— gardens, lawns, and shrubbery. Juarilyc AJea. 'Garbage cans are upset and the Mrs, Caroline Smythe-Kersey.: contents carried to the neighbors' ' We Give You Fresher Fruits&Vegetables *kTAPRA£F contains ~ O 4 flf» ,p IADDAUC rJtamins Bl + C+ + w Ibs. I Uw U-UCifl I CTTIirE contains TlUmlns Q^ *nEAIHEliuttA+iii+c++G+c.. oC *ORAN6E5.1t«nihis S Bl+ C++ . dot. 33C ^POTATOES FOR SEED OR TABLE CERTIFIED OUIOS, 100-lb. bag $8.58 CERTIFIED COBBLERS, 100-lb. bag $2.98. SELECT OHIOS, 100-lb. bag $2.71 SELECT COBBLERS, 100-lb. bag _______$2.54 Key to Vitamins, + +Excellent Source +Good Source mimnniinm Vivian's mother—Eileen TbuL Mortimer Srnythe-Kersey. Vivian's brother—M&ynard Dunn. * Flag Presented to the Sexton Church Ben Wagner_in the M. C. Naval Office ; Sexton. Apr. S —An American j flag v/as presented to the Sexton i Methodist church on Easter Sun- ! ' day by the Rev. J. A. Riggs in ; behalf of the Junior S'unday j school class composed of Phyllis j Thompson (now of Osage). Don- j aid Neahring. Dean Tavior. Cle- , tus Zwiefel. Betty Werrr.e-rsen. : Lewis Fox (no ; .v of Britt'). and j Mrs. Drusilla Noble, teacher. : Mrs. Riggs also gave- an Easter sermon, and special music v/as j provided by the choir, with Mrs. I Harold Hunt as leader. i ^Veslry. Apr. ner. of the Nava] Mason Cir.-. spen — Benni? v\ ac- Reserve nfficY:. ris: a: Vil-Jtiemorf:. sper.: ihe dsv ihe n£*.~ - Berime rierhe;: ri lie lawns or porches. This must be stopped, Because a dog wears a license collar does not mean that he may run loose over the property 1 of others. A friendly dog in a ntrichborhood is seldom friendly :o the neighbor's garden. All cogs without collars will be picked up by the marshals and dogs that stay around the school house doors all day will be taken irt.o custody. In short if you want your dog, V.esp him at home. Signed, J-? J. F. OVERMYER, Mayor. FENTON CUB MEETING. Dr. H. D. Mtyr;r. Cub Pack Master, and 'Chef DeSart. county Cubbing commissioner, will go to Fenton this evening (Thursday) to hoid a second meeting of a series of throe to organize a Cub Pack at Fenton. Three meetings arc- held with parents before a Cub Pack made up of boys 9 to 12 can be organized. New Manager at the Employment Office C. R. Houstman is new inter- viev.xT at the state reemployment office here, replacing E. J. Seburn. transferred to Oskaloosa. Mr. Houstman had for 15 months worked in the central administrative office at Des Moines. Marcus, son of Mr. and Airs. O. J. Rippentrop, Lakota, is another new man at the employment office, and he replaces Marthea Duncan, transferred to Fort Dodge. Rippentrop had been at the Des Moines office three months. BROTHER IS DEAD. 'Barney' Casler received word Monday evening that hu brother Frank. Britt, had died. Fr^nk j FARM IS SOLD was a retired farmer who for- j Bancroft, Apr 7—Albert Dei- mery lived niar Cnrwith. The! tering has purchased the Mrs Jocui Mr. and Airs. Casler drove ! Nels Mathson farm to Britt Tuesday afternoon. Funeral arrangements \v ere not known here yesterday. SCHOOL BALL BEGINS. The Burt high school baseball team will open the season at Burt April 14, when it will play Titonka. The spring inter-school ball sch'-dule is expected to be announced soon. The county tournament has been assigned to Burt for the last week in April. a mile south of town, and the Deiterings have already moved to the place. Mrs. Mathson and her children moved into the Deitering house here. Davern lo Speak. Ledyard, Apr. 8—New Stations of the Cross will be erected at the Sacred Heart church here next Sunday evening, and the Rt. Rev. Msgr. T. J. Davern, Fort Dodge, will preach. The services will begin at 7:30. Cultivator Fail working, efficient. Rerrvov- able center shovel for ifrad- dling rows. General purpose light, strong, practical.Bronie ferrule, encim* eled head . . . SPADING FOES £ x c e p»i o n a 11 y strong wl:h diamond shaped tines which easily pierce soil. 51.09 Complete plant food. Contains ell eleven food elements. GRASS SEED-Rapid growing and easily raised 5 pounds . $1-19 J. L RICHARDSON Hardware Complete House Cleaning Service To get away from house cleaning drudgery send us your drapes, curtains, furniture covers, and pillows. Our curtain department enables us to give you expert curtain work. FREE SUMMER STORAGE f ^LJ° ur winter garments. Send us your winter clothes to be dry cleaned and stored for the summer. Algona Laundry Dry Cleaners Across Street East of Court House. BRING YOUR OLD TUBE if you want to purchase While Houw EVAP.MILK 3 Ann Page Salad DRESSING ... Ann- Page White or Cider VINEGAR .. . Ann Page Garden RELISH ... 1 cans 24C As Featured in LADIES HOME JOUKNAL HWMSHBiaffiESa^^ Buy Defense Savings Stamps at your A&PI ;35c bot. APPLE SAUCE GRAPEFRUIT JUICE FRUIT COCKTAIL CHERRIES S . SAUERKRAUT Asi 16 ;- I9c A CRACKERS ESS... GINGER BREAD MIX *SUNNYFIELD Z™"" 1 " *GOLD MEDAL ';S" "** 24^-lh. TOOTH PASTE —OR— SHAVING CREAM These are government orders. We must have I your old tube before we can sell you a tube of tooth ' j; Paste or shaving cream. The tubes do not have to | be the same brand or the same merchandise. All Druggists and Department Store* Are Cooperating. Hawcott & Ogg Cummings Ben Franklin 18c 10c 19c 23c 89c 16 *PILLSBURY ir s ,;;rr. 4 ^ zsc *CAKE FLOUR Si : i ". 1)f . icia ' 4 lri8c ^COUNTRY FRESH EGGS *,„.' 28c *IA. STATE BRAND BUTTER „, 37c MFI-0-RIT "^ mcrican Processed" PASTEURIZED FRESH MILK SUNNYFIELD PURE LARD Food Stamps Go Farther at A&P! Buy Items With Blue Stamps. These Delicacies BAKED IN OUR OWN BAKERY A&P Enriched MARVEL Jane Parker Fresh Strawberry LAYER CAKE. 2002 Jane Parker New FRUIT LOAF.. Jane Parker Delicious Rfll I ^ for ovcr y mvkk«J occasion . . Sandwich . Frankfurter 11C she 35C 15-01!. sue 23c . of H . v Parker House SHREDDED WHEAT SUNNYFIELD CORN FLAKES' GRAPE-NUTS . POTATO CHIPS RICE P..CJRCLE COFFEE •4.11). Effi IED «OTS INC" ?ILL MUSTARD 29c 25c 19c 25c . jnr pkg. 12-oz. LUX TOILET SOAP SOAP FLAKES cakes copy of Aprii lOc 25c 23c 29c onlv STORES ARMY WOULON'I LET HIM SERVE IN NAVY ', fifiwel, fourth son of W, C. Ddwel, arrived Tuesday j morning, having been discharged from the navy on recall to the army. Last year he was in a Pott Rlley, Kens., cavalry unit, but late in the fall was released into the reserve* for overage. Stirred by the Pearl Hprbor attack, Donald enlisted in the navy, took training in Rhode 1s- on ""-"An"'- svjspSiK niRht loin*'**;!;. 1 «^«S# ,._.*A>'ftS —Buy 1730 Design for »hodow-thin'—^r^, royon crepe. Bvtt«*i$|J|jM hem, it has the r™""™ stitched pleats A Martha China blue, nav "Illusion" half 1936 1 Figure-flattering«l Out shirring and iftj lo show you a exclusive Mar tern in royal, flWJj brown. "Illusion" d 22'/2. A datsic S«*rtuck*r dr«M thai bears an amazing disrtgard for wrinkle*. Interesting, top, with it* limely chevron pocket* and ea*y skirt fullne». White with blue, brown, or Mack. "IBujlon" hoHJ 16.50

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