Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1931 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 2, 1931
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Seed treatment for the control of ertftlh seed-borne diseases .of corn fid small grain is one of the major protects of the Farm Bureau for the otnltig month. R. H. Porter, plant jmthologlat at Iowa State Cellege, Who has been. In the county several times each year for the last sev- rftl years, will return this spring to gslst with one or two plots on crop Isease control, Mr, porter will have •«orn plot at the Chambers & Hot ju* an ltte , * county women la*t ~ t the y& on hall< *' I0n was given !plle the storm 26 This was the year- w tth the district Mrs. -Wynne |/Cest City. Sjibjects |of jd,^« <ndUded ,, county P. B. bylaws, ftn -r^ T* "EVk/lAV** r 19SH •?• Bl Fefler , cooperative mar- poultry marketing, s, child welfare, vement day P'W 9 ' Mrs ' W |ll be here again near Lu Verne, and will In lude another In one of the fertlll- ,er blots of the county to. demon- trate possibilities of some, fertilizers In the prevention of disease osses on corn. OFFJCEmOR LONE ROCK P,T, A, NOMINATED I'D vjdrk. _„ Are ^Confirmed-Fw. «•»;•—"•••"••" ;oniirm«*»— . confirmed,at the i Sunday and will •nose confirmed a. - IrtAnnaRiPPentrop, Leland •Laurence Lewis, Marlon •0816 and Henry Steen' . atl d Fern Oltoff, Betty Kr % Tnmen, Lois Harberts, Cves, Elsie Abbas Wil- Vbrock Thomas and Charles Mb and Ha Price, Her- j pjje Knapper, and Elgin L Each received a Bible K'recitation. The Rev. Mr. Ttook the class to Fort Tuesday, where the class ,as taken, Icar Is Ditched— Ite home from Ellsworth a I Sunday the A. E. Buckel Hitched In avoiding another )•• cart'were- rounding a A Mr. Buckels drove . too j he edge of the road where truck loose gravel and • roll- o'the ditch!' The Buckels and bruised, and Mrs •back was hurt. Only.dam Ihe car was bent fenders Ine, the car was righted iBuckels drove a .halt, mile fitch before he could get 0 the road. • jwJd Has Heart Attack— ^'Illiam Turley's mother mold, suffered a. severe k Saturday evening, but .„ better. Her daughter land, the Larimers, and a [jenswold, of Chester, S. D. ted and arrived Sunday The men left for home wing but Mrs.. Larimer the week here helping | her mother. • i Are Popular— \ women have started ibin quilting bee. A quil | frames and the friends ant 1 are invited In to quilt E quilt is finished some one i one on the frames and billed. Thaves Sisters, Mrs I and Mrs; Julia Wortman [finished and a number I are ready. Rock, Mar. 31—At the P. T. meeting last Thursday 'night Ruth Cross, English teacher, spoke on the work of the association, Margaret Roderick discussed the mean- ng.of poetry nnd gave several of her-own composition, N. L. Cotton ind Harry Hobson were .nominated or president of the association, iIrs..C. M. 'Gross and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard for vice president, and Ivelyh Behrman for secretary-treasurer! )eorge Angus, Chicago, is I)ea<l— iMr. end Mrs. N. L. Cotton, R. T. Angus, and Mrs. Lawrence Dlttmer eft lafct Thursday for Ames, whenne .hey will b e accompanied by Mrs. Harleyshellito to Chicago to attend .he funeral of George Angus, a brother of Mrs. N. L. Cotton and Mr. Angus. The elder Mr. Augus had a. sudden heart attack which jroved fatal. CamerOns'' Son-iii-Law is Dead— W. A. Cameron received word that his son-in-law, Ralph Benjamin of Portland, Ore., died suddenly, and his daughter Ethel and small son are expected here soon. The Ben lamlns moved to Oregon shortly of- •er they were married and Mr. Ben. lamln has been employed there. Surprise Birthday Party Given— A surprise birthday party was Iven at the G. C. Hanna home Friday night i n honor of Mrs. Hanna's birthday. There were five tables of 500. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Schenck, of 'Burt, won high score, and Mr. and Mrs. Emil LSabs won low score. " Barn is Made into Garage— W. T. Kennedy and Herman Neil- zel, and son Durwood have divided the old barn on the Hollister place In town now owned by Mrs. W. C. Helter, and are moving part of it to the farm. The remaining part is being remodeled as a garage. Plan year— ' rlans held their annual meeting last weel |evening, following a 25 r at 7 o'clock. Plans for i work were completed ' school gave an Baste: I Sunday evening. | Hear Drake V Band— r from Lakota attended i Jlven by the Drake Unlver I at the school auditorium 0 Center last week Tuesday | The band of 40 travels by 1 concert was sponsored b; •n's clubs. lodlst choir went to' Led iy evening to sing thi mtata, "Christ Vlctorius, 1 lethodlst church. The l«d f reh orehstra assists and i will be given here Eas IP (or Band— [five have-signed as band and other |0the7lakota. Worleys entertained , * dinner Friday, the Ma Uisveld, Emma and [knecht, Emma and j, ou , 8 "y Hastings, Porothj 1 Muller, Helen Dav Awe, Lucy ^ Wortman. took Mrs. : r ' week Monday afte ' slaters, — Iby Mr7T'v Devotional E*stud?** 1 a"****" __«Udy waa :r s " a ,^ r ![y Heetland an ^T^.U^naentertalr entertain People's Friday.even Mr ' home y aoa MPn. • Miss Plerce at at ^~*hE" spent *, ^hers, hey «» »U PU> Wa O Nfu>fli— ' '•"Wu.x'rS lt8 ' JCOSStTfrttCOtTNTY ABVAKCa. ALQoMA IOWA BANCROFT TO CLOSE SUNDAY Bancroft, Mar. 31 — The three weeks of special evangelistic meet- are being held at the Baptist church by H. Nell Malen, evangelist, will close Sunday. Last wocek ^"diy a meeting for men and Sunday a meeting for girls^an'd women was attended by 132. Last week Tuesday evening a luncheon for young women 14 years and older was given and Wednesday evening a luncheon was given for the young men 14 years and older. Much interest is taken In these meetings and every night many from distant towns are in attendance. Saturday afternoon there will be a special service for children. Wyoming Brother Visits Here- Mr, and Mrs. Ed Droessler retur'n- ecl Thursday from Chicago and Du- l)uque, where they had visited relatives for two weeks. Mr. Droessler's brother Aloysius, of Pine Bluffs, Wyo., who had been at Dubuque on business, returned to Bancroft with them for a few days. Last fall Kennedy Bros, store sold two carloads of potatoes which they had shipped In here from Mr. Droessler, of Wyoming. He raised 22,000 bushels of potatoes on 7!i acres last year. Thisllp Problem is Discussed— A meeting was held at the public school Tuesday at 2 o'clock at which farmers of Greenwood and Ramsey townships discussed the thistle problem. This was sponsored by Iowa State College, the U. S. Department of Agriculture and the board of supervisors of Kossutr county. Charles Morris, supervisor of this district and a representative of Iowa State college assisted. Former Residents Visit Here Mr. nnd Mrs. William Blanchard, Humboldt, visited friends here last Thursday afternoon. 1 Mr. Blanchard was employed at the tile factory here years ago and they moved to Humboldt when the equipment from this factory was moved there. Mr. •d has been in ill health the months. at St. John's church for Clem J. Elsbecke'r and Bertha Blocker. Tims. Qulnn 111 a t Omaha— Thos., son of Mrs. !B. Qulnn, who has been 111 at St. Joseph's hospital, Omaha, la much Improved and was able to leave the hospital Saturday. Henry I Km t,Jos Ar e Parents— The Henry Dontjes have a-baby Irl born last Saturday. Her name s Sally Jane. Other Bancroft News. Mrs. Robert Chambers, Lewis:own, Mont., came Monday to visit her mother, Mrs. Anne McQulrk, and her sister, Mrs. H. .1. Guide. Mrs. Chambers was Edna Puller he- lore her marriage. Maurice Wlckens, Elmore, and two children and Mrs. Margaret Eng and Clara Eng, of Sioux Falls, S. D., "at the A. H. Fuchs home Crenin Checks Awarded— The high cream checks for the last half of February are: J. J. Nurre, $67; Anton Stork, $02; Edw. Droessler, $62; F. H. Mescher, $55; Leo Bernhard, $53; Wesselman & Kennedy, $84; Henry Lampe, $44; Maurice Bernhard, $44; John Farrow, $43; and Peter Govern, $42. Former Teacher is Mother Cards announcing the arrival of Robert Alexander, eight pound son, to Mr. and Mrs. T. Alexander Ledlie of Des Moines have been received. Mrs. Ledlie will be remembered her6 as Virginia Roberts, who taught music here last year. Will Have TW.O Operations— Mrs. Arthur Kressin and Mrs. Ed Kressin went to the hospital at Es- therville'Sunday, when the former will undergo an operation for appendicitis and later for a tumorous growth.. Cylinder Re-electe Fredrickson— Supt. L., D. ,Fredrickson,._ former superintendent, here, has been reelected at Cylinder, where he has served during the last three years. Steel Removed from Eye- Prank Flalg, blacksmith, 'had to have a piece of steel removed from his eye lust week. William Swnnson at Hospital Viggo Christensen returned last week Wednesday from Iowa City, where he had taken William Swanson to the University hospital. Mr. Swanson has been in ill health for some time and remained at Iowa City for treatment. Visits Her 'Sick Daughter— Mrs. Herman Erlckson returned Friday from Sexton, where she as slsted at the Ray Olson home the last two weeks while Mrs. Olson was 111. Mrs. Olson Is a daughter of Mrs Erlckson. Joe Jcnks Sister Hi- Joe Jenks returned Thursday from Omaha, where he was called by the Illness of his sister, Mrs. Alice Junkins. Mrs. Junkins underwent an operation Monday and Is getting along fine. Easter Service Next Sunday— Sunday will be Easter services and church will be at 11:30; Sunday school at 10:30. , Other Lone Bock. i the benefit bridge party last Tuesday i.lght high scores were won by Mrs.-W. J. Cotton and Oscar Earing, and low score by Mrs, J. M. Blanchard : and William Budding, In 600 <3eorge~Pettlt and Mrs. Wm. Dudding were high,, and Mrs. Roy Jensen and Jim Ackerman were low. C, M, Urns ted won the door prize. John Sprank was a Mason City visitor Friday and George Manus drove to Ackley Saturday. H. J. Rice, O. A- Sharp, and son Delbert, were at Fort Dodge Saturday. Alton Hlldreth, Bernard Pettit, Clarence Macumber and Kathryn Stebritz Were among those who won prize boxes of candy at the skating rink Saturday. Mrs. A. W, Baterson and son Morris, and Mrs. Fern Manning and three children, of Wllmer, Minn., came Friday to visit the M. E. Blan- chads. •Nick Gengler, Alfred Krueger, and John Markgraf drove to Des Moines Thursday to attend the Whittemore- Centerville girls' basketball game. Mrs. Margaret Davlson and two children, Georgetta and Robert, came Friday, to visit the L. R. Roderick and Robert Dransfeldt homes. Harriet Fish spent the week-end at the parental home In Whittemore The Robert Padgetts, Algona, were guests of Wm. Krauses' Sunday. Howard Stephens, of Goldfleld, was In charge of the depot here during th« regular agent Ulner's absence. Monday. The Welvln Hawks family, of Wesley, visited the Mrs. B. M. Hawks' and Phartes Hawks' homes Sunday. 0. If.-' Lingenfeldter, father Of Mrs. ShlclfV fyas been 111 with flu, somewhat improved. Q-. A, Sharp and son Glen returned last Thursday after taking AJUe Tyler to Omaha- R. Rf derlck, Robert Dransfeldt, Davlson drove to Esther- on business. Anna PJaig has beep employed at tr»e !• F- Bnge^sor home for the past two liyee]^, Margaret gchloeman, of Esther. vttle, visited this week-end at W. J- C,9ttpn'f, ------ - $ bew em- home Moa- W flu Examined at Veterans Bureau— George Merrill and Frank Wolf returned last week Wednesday from Des Moines, where Frank had been called by the Veterans' Bureau for examination. Couple Harried at Ledyanl— John Ayallo and Isabel Riveria were married last week Wednesday at the Sacred Heart church in Ledyard. Elsbeckcr-Blocker Banns Read— The banns of matrimony were published for the first time Sunday Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Mack Wise, east of town. Mrs. Jergen Skow will give the Bible study. Eautor Program JText Sunday— An Easter program will be given ,t the church during the Sunday school hour next Sunday. Nell Wise s director. The Nick Gauls, Alton, visited, the lohn Herbers, Frank Hattens and Otto Vaskes here three days last week. Rose Belah, of Whittemore, spent :he week-end with her folks at Whittemore. She teaches the Lawrence Mousel school east of town. Dr. and Mrs.',I. H. Lynch, Sioux !lty, and daughter visited at the Mary Segar, G. D. Hart and J. Williams homes last week. Mrs. Alice Anderson returned Friday from Minneapolis, where she had spent two weeks with friends. The N. J. Schiltz family visited at the John Hauperfhome near Ledyard Sunday. Jake Wolf returned Monday from AVesley, where he visited his sister, Mrs. Anton Goetz. Ambrose Mescher, Des Moines, visited his folks, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Mescher, Sunday. A. J. Berens returned to Chicago Sunday after a few days with his folks, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Berens. Julia Quinn Is ill and unable to attend to her duties at,f Maddles Beauty Parlor. The W. J. Welps, Humboldt, visited the M. A. Saunders and Mrs. J. H. Welp Sunday. John and, Paul Jerderk are visiting relatives at Mason City. WIFE OF BROTHER OF OTTO NEUMAN, SEXTON, IS DEAD Sexton, Mar. 3|1 — Referring to the sister-in-law of Otto Neuman who died recently at Pierpont, S. D., the Pierpont Signal says: Julia Kambestad Neuman was born in Hardanger, Norway, in 1860. She emigrated from,Norway in 1S82 and came to this country settling at Kirkhoven, (Minn. Then she moved to Watertown, S. D., whence she came to Pierpont. In 1903 she was married to Herman Neuman, who remains. Mrs. Neuman left four children: Oscar and Mrs v Ella Lofquist, Pier pont; Tilda, of Aberdeen, S. D.; and Clarence, of Platte, S. D. Besides she Is survided by two brothers: Ole Kambestad, Pierpont; and Simon Kambestad, . Hardanger, Norway She was a member of the Lutheran church. Death tok place Wednesday after noon, March 18, at 4 o'clock at the age o£ 71, and funeral services were conducted at the home and at the Lutheran church Saturday by the Rev. Messrs. Nilsen and Taylor. Persons from abroad who attend ed the funeral were Tilda Neuman Aberdeen; Clarence Neuma'n, Platte Otto Neuman, Sexton, Iowa; Car Neuman, Shell Rock, Iowa; O. S Kambestad, Thea Kambestad, and L Rodge, New London, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Crownhart and Mr. and Mrs M. Crownhart, Valley City, N. V D. Beth Campbell, Edgeley, N. D.; John Lofquist, Hoffman, Minn.; and Mrs P. Peterson, Mrs. Lund, Mrs. Wine land, and Tina Olson, all of Water town. Methodist Aid Meets Today— The Aid will meet this week ff What will Flowers Mean to you? Will it be a holiday of gaiety and color and beauty and spirituality? Then flowers will play an important part. They will be in the home, in .the church, whereer you go. Send lovely flowers on Easter, Buy some for yourself. We have a larger selection than ever and moderately priced. Come in today or phone 305. ona Greenhoiwea PAQBTHKM Other Sexton. Mrs. Agnes Competure, 'Minneapolis, Mrs. Edith Dawson, Mason City, and Preston Chapln, Wesley, were Friday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Young. Mrs. Com- petut-e Is a cousin of Mr. Young. Marie Harris attended a Sunday school family supper Friday night at the Algrona Methodist church. A program was given, and Marie and her sister Mary sang a duet. Mrs. Jos. Fraser was brought home Tuesday from the • Kossuth hospital. iJOjrot'hy Fraser, of the Algona high school, Is spending an Easter vacation at home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Benschoter entertained at Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Vance Law, 8we» City, And Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Benschoter, Kanawha. ' ' The Melvtn Oleens spent Sunday at finttnetflburg with Mr. Olaen's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrt. Jack Higfey. ••".'.,' - , -.;-; \ The John Bahrs have moved ttf a house north of Sexton on land farmed by the Yanser brothers. '• Wearing Apparel—Just in Time for Easter Fashion Week A presentation of the latest fashions in every Department COATS For Easter and All Spring $16.50 A Special Featured Group at And all the style choice Seems Unlimited New Colors New Fabrics New Fur Trimmings New Fabric Trimmings You are sure to find in this group a coat you will wear with pride for Easter and all through the Spring. Sport Coats of Rough Nabby Weaves — And Novelty Tweeds All we can think of as we look over the group is "how wonderful" they are with their stunning trimmings of furs, silk scarfs and self scarfs—Plenty of bright blues, navy and black. .Other shades in tan, green, and;gray. Attractive Offering For Easter and After Bess Lae Silk Dresses OUTSTANDING VALUES IN FABRIC, STYLE, AND QUALITY You'll realize this the minute you see them. For such tailoring doesn't appear in anything but the finest garments. Bess Lae dresses have taken the brightest fashion — points from the spring-made, and adapted them to the slim lines of the Miss and the charming dignity of women. The Style Features are Boleros Tailored Dresses • Afternoon Gowns Sunday night frocks $10. Ensembles Jacket Frocks Smart SILK DRESSES For the Miss $4.95 Brand new flat crepe frocks for Easter wear to sell at a notably Idw price. In the newest styles and trimmings—a variety of the most desirable colors for spring. Sizes 7 to 14 years. Women's and Misses' Crepe-de-chine LINGERIE Special each $1.00 Never have we been able to offer values to compare with these crepe undergarments. Bloomers, panties, dance sets, and chemise with dainty lace trimmings in beautiful pastel shades. Men's Dress Shirts, collar attached styles __ $1.19 Easter Collars _49c Easter Scarfs $1.49 Easter Jewelry _98c Child's Dresses 69c SILK STOCKINGS New shades for Easter J-l'i! The same quality are usually sold at a higher 'f price. It's only through special preparation could we offer these fine Hose at this low |? price. You'll find them ":,in every Graham store, All full-fashioned. Every pair perfect. Service Weight silk hose 91,99 Silk stockiugs, top to toe $1.89 k> Men's Tiet ____ Men'«_ Shorts -_48c Men's ShirU ___39c Rayon Hose ^ - _25c Rayon Bloomers _ 49c Child'* AnkleU 25c Men'f Fancy Ho§e 25c Rayon Undergar^ menu ------ 98c Earlier Than Ever Greater Than Ever' ^'EASTER" HATS ARE Ultra-smart this season $2.98 $4.98 Here you will find the latest, accepted styles. We're snowing tfcem in swagger rough straws, peanit straws or shiny straw braids — in smart watteaus and bicornes, New R»ypn Long Pajamas *IM One and Srpieee pajamas in pastel Princess Peggy * ^^J* Pp^^'^Bif* * '>V *t£ ;s ; 'i

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