Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1931 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 2, 1931
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WB 90 OUB OWK IiKITB WRIHDI1CG F I? CAll/VirD **• SIGHT SPECIALIST . £.. OAWlJLK AI.GOJJA, IOWA Footwear for SUNDAY Easter Sunday of all days is the day that our thoughts and prayers should ascend like the emoke from sweet smelling incense to Almighty God. On that day also we should be properly attired. The feet is the foundation of the body; also the most important part to have well-dressed, for the slippers you wear can make or mar the most 'beautiful costume. We Have Every Fashionable New Style For Easter Beige kid, Sea Sand kid, white kid, mat kid, patent colt, reptile trims, neat straps, pumps, ties, woven sandals, sport oxfords. Our showing this year is very smart and classy. Every pair new and at prices that save you from $1.50 to $2.50 on each pair. You get style without extravagance at Neville's Shoe Store ALGONA, IOWA ««»»•««••»»»»«»»••«««»»*»»»»«»»»»»«»»»«»»»»»»»»»» NATIONAL COFFEE WEEK AT A&P FOOD STORES Buy World's Greatest Coffees at Special Low Prices No finer coffees are grown than the blends of Eight O'clock, Red Circle, and Bokar and these famous blends are bought by the greatest number of coffee drinkers. Eight O'clock LUVERNEH.S, WINS 2 PLACES IN MUSIC TEST Lu Verne, Mar. 31 — The Lu Verne schools were well represented nt a sub-district musical contest at Humboldt Inst Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings. Altogether 296 students were entered In the various classes, representing ten schools. Thursday evening Alice Bills won third In the soprano division, competing with students from Bradgate, Ronwlck, Goldtleld, Livermore, Laurens, Eagle Grove, and Humboldt. Friday evening Richard Nlver was T,u Verne's representative In the clarinet division, and won second place in a contest with Laurens and Humboldt. Saturday evening the girls' Glee A MILD AND MELLOW COFFEE RED CIRCLE . . LB. 23c RICH AND FULL-BODIED BOKAR . . . . Lb27 EXQUISITE AROMA AND FLAVOR THC COFFEE TRIO THIS LOOKS LIKE A GOOD DAY to start enjoying better coffee, at lower prices. Ask the man in an A&P store about A&P Coffee Service. Remember, "the coffee you like best r _, is the best, no matter what it costs"', jor caster- -——_________ Fresh Eggs . poz - MARKET SHORT SHANK Picnics AVERAGE . LB. isc Rf»H Rp^n-; SULTANA A 16-OZ. l\eu Deans RBAMD ••••** TANS Lima Beans CANS ANN PAGE CURRANT OR GRAPE • • • 7-OZ. 10- JAR ' «5C Pickles SM V X | EDT MR 29c Jelly Eggs IB. 23c Del Monte Peas "grf 17c Sanka Coffee ...... ^ 59c Block Salt „?& 45c Ginger Ale aicP ? LuE0 J RcyLUB • • 3 BOTS. FlOS-GHAPJiFHUIT-PHUNES Tomato Soup, Campbell's, 2 for 15c Del Monte Coffee 40c Maxwell House Coffee __37c Chase & Sanborn Coffee 41c Polger's Coffee 48c You can send a letter across the country for two cents because no individual need pay much for a service which many support with their pennies. Likewise you can buy the best load at A&P stores jot a liitte becauu A U P is the food buyer for millions Aon of people. A&P Food Stores MIDDLE WESTERN DIVISION The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company club competed In Class C and the boys and girls' clubs In mixed chorus numbers, but failed to get a place. Of the 2!>r, students competing, Bradgate sent 38; Goldfield, 32: Bode, 9; Lu Vorne, 32; Livermore, 26; Laurens, 57: Eagle Grove, 13; Fort Dodge, 2; Remvick, 47; Humboldt, 39. The Judges for all three evenings were A. E. Bullock, Iowa Falls; Grace Miller, Algona; and Mrs. lone Jones, Iowa Falls, The winners of the contest will now compete in a district contest at Esthervllle April 9-10-11. The Lu Verne glee clubs presented neat appearance In new uniforms of black and whitef Geraldlne Boman ia Instructor In the Lu Verne schools, and her sister, Thora Boman, Churdan, took the place of the regular pianist, who was 111 and unable to attend. Shower for Florence "H'ermersen— A shower was given by Mrs. Kelsey Burtte last Thursday evening, honoring Florence Wermersen, who is soon to wed Wayne Dornberger, Miller, S. D. The evening was spent at progressive rook, Mrs. Archte Sanford winning high, Leona Ramus the consolation. The bride-to- be was presented with an electric toaster. The hostess served a pink and white tray lunch. Florence Is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wermersen, long residents of Lu Verne. The wedding will take place in early April. ,J. .J. Club Elects Officers— The J. J. club met Friday with Mrs. Charles Wolf for the annual meeting and election of officers, 13 members in attendance. After the business meeting progressive rook was played, Mrs. Jess Llndebak winning first, Mrs. Harold Sorenson the consolation. The new officers are; president, Mrs. Ed Dehnert; vice president, Mrs. Chas. Wolf; secretary, Mrs. Walter Heftl; treasurer, Mrs. D. Wermersen. The next meeting will be at the Community hall, when the annual guest day will be observed. Sunday evening at 8 o'clock." The choir and a chorus are dlrecied by Kate Skinner. Fhcnlty Is Rehearsing Play— The high school faculty Is hearsing for a benefit play, Ghost Parade, which will be The presented at the high school gym on April 14. Earl Neal Is Club Leader- Earl Neal has been chosen leader of the .local pig, calf, colt, and corn clubs. 'Any boy 10 to 19 may Join. J. F. F. Club Meets Mar. 25— Dr. and Mrs. T. L. Williams entertained the J. F. F. club last week Wednesday evening. Progressive Rook was played at four tables. Wilfred Jones, Minneapolis, was an out-of-town guest. Mrs. Lloyd Zentner and William Zentner won first; Mrs. Otis Ramus and Elmer Green, low. Mrs. Williams was presented with a picture as an appreciation of her efforts in organizing the club. A tray lunch was served. The next meeting will be at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. William Zentner. Lutheran Young People Organize— Last week Monday evening the Lutheran young people organized a young people's society of 51 members. The society was organized to promote the social side of the church and to assist in the charitable endeavors of the congregation. Officers are: George Tiede, president; Helen Hanselman, vice presl- Other Ln Verne JTewa Fern Allen returned to her school work at Iowa Falls Sunday. She will be graduated in piano in June. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Peltzke and her mother, Mrs. Ed Allen, accompanied her, and on the return trip visited the Roy Peit^kes at Webster City. Supt. and Mrs. Joseph Boman, Churdan, were guests at F. I. Chapman's Sunday. Thora Boman, who had spent several days with her sister Oeraldine, went home with her parents. Cecil Williams has returned to Columbus, Ohio, where he le taking a veterinarian's course, after the spring vacation at the parental Doctor Williams home. The Mothers' Jewels met at Mrs. Dick Wermorsen's Saturday. Mrs. H. C. Allen is superintendent, and the feature of the afternoon wae a mite-box opening. Mrs. Martha Dawson and Mrs. Belle Umland, Fort Dodge, went home Sunday, after several days with their daughter and slater, Mrs. T. L, AVllliams. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly returned last week Monday from two weeks visit at th old home at New Glarus, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillips are visiting Mrs. Phillips' sister, Mrs. Harry Flemmings, Dell Rapids, S. D. Mrs, Mary Hof has been sick, and her daughter, Mrs. Dick Ross, of Humboldt, visited her Saturday. Mrs. Barbara Lothrlnger Is visiting her son Martin at Moorland, where he is on the M. & S. L. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harmon, farmers north of town, welcomed a new daughter last week Tuesday. Doris Larimer, who had spent a vacation at home, has returned to her school work at Chicago. FENTON WINS 4 PLACES IN MUSIC TESTS Fenton, Mar. 31 — A sub-district music contest was held last week Wednesday at the high school auditorium, in which contestants from Graettinger, Terril, Fenton, and Armstrong competed. In soprano solo Loretta Swift, Graettinger, was first, and Norma Atwood, Arm strong, second. In cornet and trumpet solo, first was won by Darlene Callahan, Armstrong, and first In tenor solo went to Harold Horswell, Armstrong. In girls' small voca groups, first was won by Graettinger, second by Armstrong, third by Fenton. In alto solo Margaret Vandenburg, Armstrong, won first, and second went Graettinger. groups, first was won by Armstrong and in clarinet solo Darlene Vandenburgh, Armstrong won first, while in piano solo Maxine Weis brod, Fenton, was first and in trom bone solo Dorothy Boland, Arm strong, was first. In orchestras Terril placed first and Fenton sec ond. In girls' glee clubs first went to Armstrong .second to Giuettin- ger, third to Fenton, and in boys' glee clubs Armstrong was first, Graettinger second. , Armstrong's band won first. to Marian George, In boys' small vocal due Chten WJf, whe^e fche It taking reatmem for rheumatism. • S. S. Claw MM • Party— The Voting Married People's Sunday school cjasa held a monthly rally at the 'Methodist church Frl* day evening. Snyder Conducts Ijenten Meetings- Special Lenten services are being conducted by the Rev. J. T. Snyder at the Methodist church. Other Fenton News. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Yager, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Wlddel, and Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Newel entertained the Evening Bridge club at the Yager home last Thursday evening The high score was won by Charles Newel, Lily RasmUssen, local teacher, spent the week-end with relatives at Mankato and attended a symphony concerC Her brother, of Hamllne university, St. Paul, Is leading cornet soloist In the concert troupe. Romalne stransberry, teaching at Nashua, came Friday evening to spend an Easter vacation with friends here and with tier slater,, Mrs. Arthur Rave, Rlngsted. Miss Stransberry formerly taught here. Editor and Mrs/ Geo. .Grow, of Terril, and their son Bernard spent Sunday with the John Espes. The Grows are friends of Mrs. William Larkln, who Is making her home with her daughter, Mrs. Espe. Verona Welsbrod, attending Coe college, Cedar Rapids, came Saturday to spend the Easter vacation with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Mike Welsbrod, and other local relatives. Mrs. A. H. Meyers accompanied the Rev. and Mrs. Wlntersteln, of Esthervlile, to Sioux City last week Monday and vtelted 'friends there till Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Huskamp, their sons Le Roy and Robert, and Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Huskamp were dinner guests at John Arbogast's Sunday. Florence Welsbrod, teaching at Sheldon, came Friday evening for a vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. \Velsbrod. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller and their grandson, Sidney Bruce Humphrey, drove to KanSKfha Monday and spent the day at L. B. Miller's.' Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bohn, and Mary Ann Bohn spent Sunday with the G. F. Rockwoods at Worthington, Minn. The John Kramers and Mr. Kramer's sister, Mrs. Jacob Nelson, of Ringsted, epent Sunday with the parental A. Kramers at Bradgate. Marietta Helgason, teaching at Rlngsted, spent the week-end with Margie Kleinhekeel, local teacher, at E. A. Welsbrod's. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Freeman, of Cylinder, and their daughter Margaret were Sunday dinner guests at Supt. Belken's. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and Alice Dreyer attended a 4-H leaders and officers' meeting at Burt Monday. Chrlsteruioh, of' fclrigatei I* pfe^f* ng to give an Easter cfctityfti t at Rlngsted next Sunday. The Orrle Behfendri family received wdrd frofn Waseca, 111., Friday hat Mrs. Behrends' mother was critically sick, Mrs, Behrenda, and her son Vincent left for Illinois the same day. Mrs. Joseph Anderson Sr., near Buffalo Center, spent a few days ast week In this nelghbbrhood, and helped her sister, Mrs. Jens HalVor- sen, do some' papering. The followng persons were Sunday dinner guests at Jennie Jensen's: Mr. and Mrs. Mlllen Jenaen, the C ,M. Thompson's, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Wllberg Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. George Jensen, Rlngsted. Mrs. Jotgenson, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Jensen, returned to Rake with her son Hllmer last Thursday to attend a funeral. Mr. and Mre. E. L. Erdahl, Blue Earth, were here the same day. Mrs. Erdahl and Mrs. Jensen are sisters. Seneca dent; Erwin Ramus, Fred Hintz, treasurer. secretary; George Hof's Mother Siok— Arthur Hof was called to Cedar Falls last Thursday morning by word of the critical sickness of his mother, Mrs. George Hof, who has been sick two months. She has heart trouble and complications, ler accompanied Arthur. Al Mil- Roof Fire is Extinguished— The fire department was called out last Thursday evening to put out a roof fire at Fred Wolf's, but the blaze had been extinguished by a bucket brigade before much damage was clone and before arrival of the firemen. 9-Mos. Babe Hag Operation- Little Lucile Shipley, 9-months daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shipley, had been taken from the hospital at Fort Dodge to the U hospital at Iowa City, and had been operated on for gland trouble. F. E. Welsbrod Itoported Improved- The following mention has been taken from the Emmeteburg Demo- x crat: "Mrs. F. E. Weisbrod, who went to Rochester, Minn., the last of the week, returned Sunday. She reports that Mr. Welsbrod Is getting along fairly well, though still confined to his room. The attending surgeon may have to lance his jaw, but has not yet decided to do so. Mr. Weisbrod felt strong enough to return, but decided to remain for some time longer." There was a large attendance at a Lutheran Aid meeting at Mrs'. J. H Jensen's last Thursday. A plant was ordered for John Osborn, who Is in the St. Francis hospital, Waterloo suffering from cancer of the stom ach. Mrs. Osborn is an active member of the Aid. Mrs. William Brown, Armstrong and her brother, Earl Oeborn, wen to Waterloo Friday to see their father, John Osborn, patient In ; hospital there. They returned Sun day. They thought Mr. Osborn was gaining slowly. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Richmond Armstrong, spent Sunday at Roy )sborn's in observance of Mrs Richmond and both the Osborns irthdays. In the state basketball tourna ment last week at Des Moines Vhittemore represented this dlstric and played in a consolation game Centervllle defeated Whittemore by ne point, and then was defeated by Avoca In the finals, thus winnini he state championship, A quartet consisting of Ralph ensen, of Seneca, and J. M. Jensen Entre Nous Club Entertained — Mrs. Archie Sanford and Irene Geishecker were hostesses to the Entre Nous bridge club last week Monday evening. Bridge was played at three tables, and Mrs. R. L. Corbin won the high score. Hospital PnlU'nt Comes Home — Mrs. Frank Shipley, who recently underwent a minor Iowa City, returned operation at Monday. The little daughter Lucile is still at the U hospital, convalescing from a gland operation. Lease Helping Pastor Royman— The Rev. W. H. Lease, Methodist superintendent, is assisting the Rev. H. A. Reyman, pastor, in two weeks of gospel meetings. The meetings will continue through till Easter Sunday. Carl Goetsches Lose Baby— The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch, Cedar Falls, died last Thursday. It was born March 15. The mother was Lucile Howe, former home economics teacher here. Hanson Daughter Loses Eye— Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hanson left last Thursday for Benson, Minn., to stay with the children of their daughter, Mrs. Roy Kerker, while .she Is at one of the Twin Cities, where she is to have her right eye removed. This eye has been diseased for some time, and the disease was beginning to spread to the other eye. Spelling' CoiM^st is Held— A district spelling contest was held at Cylinder Friday afternoon, and Alice Laabs, District No. 6, Independence township, Palo Alto county, two miles west of Fenton, won first in oral spelling. Winners will compete with other district winners nt Emmetsburg April 11. Helen Huskamp is teacher in No. 6. J>oniml Hnase Given Reelection— Leonard Haase, former Fenton boy who is superintendent of the Donnellson schools, has been reelected with a raise of $400 In salary. Besides being superintendent, Leonard is vocational agricultural instructor. Use Advance Want Ads for Quick Results Evangelical Church Redecorated— The Evangelical church has been redecorated, and next Sunday morn- Ing an Easter program will be presented Anna Woito and Mrs. Walter Hefti are In charge. Koonces at Manse Again— The Rev. A. J. Koonce family, Omaha, Is moving back to Lu Verne for the summer, and Mi\ Koonce will occupy the Presbyterian pulpit next Sunday as usual Easter Pageant is Planned— - An Easter pageant will be presented at the Presbyterian church next Sister of Druggist Here Dies- Druggist F. H. Eigler received word Friday of the death of a sister, Mrs. /Rosie Gross, Montezuma Mr. and Mre. Eigler and their daughter Mary Jane left Saturday to attend the funeral Sunday. Attend E. t. Rally, West Bend— A number of Fenton people at tended a Good Fellowship rally at West Bend last week Wednesday evening. This rally was sponsored by the Epworthians of that town. Epworth Leaguers in Party— , An Epworth League party was held at the Methodist church las Thursday evening, 40 in attendance Games were played, after which re freshments were served. Millers Moving to Rlngsted— Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller wll move sometime this week to thel, home at Ringsted which has • been occupied by the Dr.. S. C. Klrke gaards three years. Rheumatism Afflicts Mrs. Berklan Mr. and Mrs.' Andrew Berljlaw left, last week' Wonday for* Prairi South Cretco The Aid wlil meet this week Wednesday with Mrs. S.'L. Olson. The F. L. Millers and the A. B. Claytons were guests Sunday at C. H. Potter's. •Mrs. Lawrence Olson spent two days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Thelln, Fort Dodge. ' ' . • S. L. O'.son was at Fort Dodge on business one day last week, and visited his daughter, Mrs. F. Francis. Mrs. John Simon come home last Thursday from the Kossuth, hospital, and is again able to be about. Mrs. Jos. Fraser, Sexton, former resident here, was able to KO home last Thursday after six days at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. W. F. jenklnson, who suffered a light stroke .In 'her right side early In December, now takes a few steps, with assistance. •Mrs. L. J. Brown, Boone, came a week, ago Saturday evening to visit her son Leonard and her daughter Mrs. D. D. Sparks. The Mothers and Daughters club was entertained last Thursday by Mrs. B. F. Sparks, with Mrs. L. J. Brown, Boone, as guest. Officers were elected; Mrs. Frank Huldeman, president; Mrs. John Fraser, vice president; Mrs. W. L. Martin, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Homer Llnd- horst assistant. The next meeting is to be 'held April 9 at Mrs. Llnd' horst's and the topic will be Shortcuts In Housekeeping, Mrs. B, F. Sparks, leader. The women are to go prepared to make quilt blocks. I Four Corners I The Mothers and Daughters club will meet this week Thursday with Mrs. Clara Drayton, and roll call will be answered with recent discoveries. A play is to be given by Mrs. Roy Lowman, Evelyn Cruikshank, Mildred Robinson, and Mrs. Carl Selp. Officers will be elected. Mary Joyce, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rich, is with her grandmother, Mrs. Edith Rich, where she will be for some time before going home, further recuperating, after eight weeks at the Kos : suth hospital, from a broken leg suffered when she was hit by an automobile in front of her home, west of Algona, on No. 18. Mart Elmore got home last week Tuesday from Chicago, where he had gone with a load of cattle. Mrs. John Rich is at home again, after a few days with a sister In Illinois. She went there with a nephew who had visited for some time 'at the Rich home and at George Lee's, Algona. Mrs. Rich and her nephew made good time on the going trip, leaving Algona by automobile at 7 a. m. and phoning back that they reached Chicago at 6 p. m. Mrs. Rich returned by train. The William Draytons are installing an electric light plant at _ their farm, northwest of Algona. The Union Dist. No. 7 (Arthur Cruikshank) echool observed "Visitors day" last week Tuesday. All patrons had been invited to spend the forenoon at the schoolhouse. strong Tl O, There is the Quaker Girl Lahe This store carries Armstrong's floor coverings exclusively, and every square yard of goods shown is in the entire 1 * 3 ! k^™ *** U ° seconds or de *ectives in We Are Now Showing the New Spring Patterns -and will gladly estimate the cost of floor coverings for any room in the house. ".Ywmgs We are also just unpacking another large shipment of everything in furniture and will be pleased to have you look over this fine new line. ave DO YOU« FUBNITUBE SHOPPING AT Richardson's EXCHANGE WHERE FURNITURE I SEU^FOR I43SS GROCERY SPECIALS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Big 3 No. 10 Fruits Peaches, CQf* sliced--,.-—-_-. 5JOU Apricots* fi£fi peeled ——- WwU ^__:_.L..45C Loganberries, QQfft at-^_-~----—OOC Blackberries .73 Black Raspber- Pineapple, .crushed Cherries, red WHITE LEGHORN] CHICKS ' as low as $6.95 per 100. All h ies, $s per 100. Cuatom hatching chicken • 2%c each by the 1,000.] Duck and turkey eggs, Ec , Goose egga, 9 0 cach Hamilton Starting and GrowlngMash containing dried milk, yeast, cod-liver oil, mineral protein and eight other C ente, $3.00 per cwt. Milled and mixed in our own plant over three days old, ^ ' Peat moss (Imported- best grade) $3 per bale. Brooders and equipment, of all kinds on hand at special dls ft Leghorn Farm I * and Hatchery One mile west.and 1 mile south Bancroft, lorn,! A. B.C. Porcelain Washed 5 Models to Select from ranging in Price from $99.50 to $165 A. B. C. Spinner washes, rii blues, starches; dries for the A. B. C. wringer type, ballot rolls, large porcelain tub, elect or Briggs & Stratton 4 cycle < gine. The biggest value for yc money. Let us tell you about A. B. C Washers. w. j Plumbing and Heating Algona, i "Phone 30S Ar« you one of the 3,000 SatUfied Subscriber*? \ "t?v , )',» .. !-„&.!•.**.

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