Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1931 · Page 7
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•'•SMI, "K^l * ,«< „ , < >f " , ' ,s who was serl- » improving. ( i K on !fU ' Itcr . *» d Thmsclny university stu- . morning for udent at Iowa nlorn ' ng f ° r the 8 «riocal *>"«*• % jbr operation at the j tn l Tuesday morning. , ,9 Etm° ro > was oper ' '(ipppendlcltis at the •"• i tn l Monday evening. Hospi™' p Elvldge, r of ,„..Jay with the ,. and Mrs. Hugh D=i«Shevty, ri F after sister,'Mrs. R. H. li •• ,i. (Fred) Steussy, ku n the bnch porch. oC her s t"«nd S ««ered pain, .erlous injury. . ' 9 ," Allan Bishop, Had- 1(1 ;',,*' w eck-end with the to 1 "linn I* Principal dcllffe 'high school I Shirley Illy U> st • vacation drove home from 'night to spend the with his parents, Mrs. Shirley. ST. TltOMAS, Fal her Kllrr, (or— IIolv Communion at n a today; Lenten service nml 7:30 p. m. For 'TOnHtcr Sunday:' |80I F. Steele arrives this m "spend an Barter holiday ! W ">' . - T _ i- „ antitnr In , parents. He Is a senior In I here. * t tlie state university 3 Is expected today ™,. hbllday with her fa- , zerfoss. She is a stu- hlgh school, Maa- f Mice Rice arrived Sunday L from Brookline, Mass., L |s u student at tho Choate ' |s spending an Easter. Allen is spending his ,_„„ this week -wlthhta rs. James O'Brien, at Whit- He Is a pup" at St. Cece- County Chick Hatch. ,„„„ an unique display of oted chickens In its window They are colored with im dyes. Harrington and Charles U. I. students .arrive this for the Easter vacation, freshmen in the law col- | lown. City. Anderson went to Cherokee |to be with Mrs. Anderson, ; at the Sioux hospital. iderson fell and broke a hip [weeks ago. IStell, who teaches third and •grade In the local schools, is I; part of her vacation with at Sioux City, where she . several years. -Applegate, of Slgourney, [londay to work at Marigold [shoppe No. 1. She is an ex- operator. Beulah ^Harti the other operator. Nil Holy Communion !) a. m.; and sermon, 7:30 p. m. The following muslcn) program Will be given at tho Presbyterian church next Sunday evening at 7 : 3o by n.> male quartet nnd other.s: Voluntary. Fainting Under the Crown, Wilson—Male Quartet. Scripture lefison. Prayer. Calvary, Rodney—Male Quartet Collection. Solo, Blessed Is the "Lord—Margaret Hofmaster. Teach Me Thy Way, Crossing the Bar, and Tell Me My SnViour, Carrie B. Adams; I know I shall Live, Wilson—Male Quartet. Solo,. Blessed Is the Lord — Margaret Hofmaster. Now the Day is Over, Bnrnby— Male Quartet, ,, METHODIST, C. V. llnlsc, Fas- tor — Next Sunday, Easter Sunday, will ' be observed with fitting services at this church, beginning at 9:45 a. m. with Sunday school and an attendance goal set at 500, suitable 'opening exercises, an Easter lesson, and all classes ambitious to surpass the World Service offering of last year; continuing through the morning, with baptismal services for both children and adults, and reception of new members. You are Invited to bring your church letters and unite with the church at o'clock. Phone the pastor about having children baptised. . . On Easter evening the choir .will present the Easter cantata "Victory Divine," by Christopher Marks. Every member and friend of the church is earnestly urged to help make the day a helpful one In every way.' . . This week Thursday is Aid day, and a regular meeting will be held at the church, Mrs. J. F. Cook's circle In charge. PRESBYTEKIAX, ,1. U Colcmiu). Pastor — For Easter morning, '< o'clock praise and prayer service operated H. \v. fetch's grain nlco at Ottumwa till recently, wlu.'vi It wan closed. f'MHt work's KuKln drove lOMglc nol.nl tlu.fW. 10. Shun.),', Norlhwea. tPi'ii dlypalKhnr. and his wife, who Wiis ftn'infi-ly Florence Sarehctt, ot '\Uv n;,, i 1!U | beon C-MII,.,! t,, Spokane \\n-,n., by news that. Mi-. ShanorV mothrr, a plonet-r Hurt woman, wns not expected to live. Mr. and IIr«. I-', c. Kcnder drive to .Mnsrin City next Sunday to meet daughter and bring home their Francos, will, Betty Mackon, N. D., who will bo her guest JTInot. over tho [Oastcr holidays. Tho girls ore classmates at the College of St. Teresa, W'iiirina, Minn. O. Monlux drove to Ho-kford V and conducted if. Masonic oo] of Instruction there tint even• lOn route home he was caught tho heavy snowstc did not get home till late S:\turda.v evening. riooi-fje H. Free substituted for him on the Monlux railway nail ru n Saturday. Lucille Maluog, Ruth Hulse, Dorohy Selstrom, and Harriett Smith -•ame lust night from Sioux City for i week's vacation from their studies it Mornfngsldo college. LuciMc will " three year public school theme, meeting Jesus. . . Lesson topic for Sunday school: Tlie Resurrection. . . Morning worship, re ception of members, communion of the Lord's Supper. . . Evening: Y. P S. C. E. at 6:30. . . The evening wor •ship will consist largely of music Come, join with us l n this day of worship and praise to Him who st loved that He gave. . . Annual con gregational meeting April 7, 7:30 p Aman, Blandlna Erpeld- Mlldi-ea Capesius came | yesterday from Cherokee, are students, and are an Easter vacation here. | Vincent, who teaches in the i Park hteh school, Chicago, [cted tomorrow for a visit r parents, irr. and Mrs. T. J. She will go back Monday. |ly Recorder Laura Paine and irge H. Free will spend the Id al Iowa City with Mr. and |eo. L. Fi-ee. Mrs. Geo. L. i .Marie Paine before mar- | Slanton, John Mangan, Jos, , and Bernard Frankl, stu- ^t Crelghton university, Omni expected this morning for (ster week-end with their par- :h Meusey, of Humb^ldt, f his brother Wayne here last , and tho latter is with his fs. C. F. Lathrop,' while his in a. Rochester, Minn,, [Hanson and Raymond Cook Iimday at Mason City, where a salesman and ordered a Jhats for the Madson & Hari- Raymond is a clerk at bra Sorensen entertained r afternoon in honor of her Prances, who celebrated were refreshments CONGREGATIONAL,. P. ,1. Clark Pastor — Easter Sunday: <10 a. m special Sunday school Easter ser vice, with the -building of a flowe cross by the children under the dl rectlon of Mrs. Dana Paxson. .11, Easter sermon by pastor; H< Lives! We Shall Live! Special Easter music by the choir, directed by Mrs. Sylvia Gunn. . .4 p. m., Pageant of the resurrection, directed by Mrs, D. R. Steele. Inisl music course this spring. Ruth"is 'n her second year, and Dorothy and ITfirrlctt are first-year students. Mrs. Et^el Morrison and Nellie Devine, the latter of Humboldt, will spend next week at Chicago, attend- ng the sixth annual Midwest Trade Show. Mrs. Morrison operates the jeauty shop over the Hub, and Miss Devine has a shop at Humboldt. By Era IV. Strcit. | Woman's Tin)) Ifo.trs Travelog— "Rural England," a travelog, was presented before a small audience a t :i. Woman's club meeting at the\ library Friday evening by Mrs. ,J. O. I'". L'rlco, who toured Europe last Hummer. Following her talk, Mrs. price answered question:). She was piirtic.ii- 'ar.y Interested, she said, in the Kng. 'ish clole system, inauguarated In post-war years to help returning soldiers who were out of employ, merit. The dole allows the unemployed to live without effort, but requires that they try nt Intervals of two months to get work. Tho system is abused. Many people go about it deliberately to lose jobs to secure the dole. Girls sometimes continue tff> got the dole after they are married, and often their husbands also ar e on the dole list. Many of the wealthy have had to dispose of property to Pay heavy taxos which support the dole system, which is not only eating up wealthy estates but ruining the mor- a.le of the lower classes. l Mrs. Price touched on the home life of the English, describing the* class system, churches, roads, climate, the tiny farms and the vast estates, she painted the typical intimate life of the people. Officers elected are; Mrs. D. R. Steele, president; Mrs. W. 'C. Dewel, rfiroe Hostesses Olvo I'nrty— Mosdames P. ,T. Christensen, n. H. Crawford, and Ij. C. Nugent entertained 32 women Inst Thursday noon •it Mrs. \V. B. Quarton's. A two- course, luncheon was served at small tallies decorated In various spring colors. Tho after-dinner entertainment consisted of bridge, and the high scores werp won by Mesdarnes D. T. Nugent, R. H. Spencer, and M. ,1. gtreit. Iftilcyoii Club Is KntorlHlneil— Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dswel en- lertained the Halcyon club at fijSO dinner last Thursday evening. The tables were centered with baskets of spring flowers, and spring colors \Vf:re used In decorations. Mrs. 11. served. Mrs. Noah Rel.sher.and Mrs. Frank Schuler won the high and low scores for women; Frank Schallin and Herman Relsner for the men. Supper Plannrd at C'lmrcli — There will be n family covered-dish supper at the Congregation;) 1 church tomorrow evening, the serving to start at 0:30. Mrs. T. T'. Harrington, president of the Aid, has called n business meeting for 5 o'clock. Mrs. I). !'. Smith is chairman of the supper committee. Other Society News Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Nugent and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. J,acy entertained 10 friend« at 'dinner nnd bridge Monday night. A two-course dinner PAGE SfiVKM Miss Dcvine formerly operated a Jcauty shop at the Christensen store. Rosanno, 2-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Reding, has spent several days this week with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth, Humboldt. The Ellsworths spent Sunday with the Redings, and Rosanne went home with them that night. Mr. Ellsworth Is employed in a furniture store. Supt. Ovormyer drove to Nevada Tuesday t o spend a few days with his wife, who is a patient at the Adventist sanitarium, taking treatment for rheumatism. Though there is nothing in particular wrong with the superintendent's bodily funC' tions, so far as he knows, ho plan ned to have a thorough medical examination and take a few of the institution's celebrated massage baths. The I. G. Dewel tenant house in the First ward where the former Mrs. A. E. gamp lived has been rented to Mrs. Nita Isaacson as a home for nurses. Mrs. Isaacson had sufficient household furniture in re- Fredericks sang a group of Irish songs In keeping with St. Patrick's 'lay, and the rest of the evening was spent at telling stories. ifnvo Joint Curd I'lirfy— There was a joint meeting of the Legion and tl; e Auxiliary Friday night at the Legion hail. After ii Program of singing, with « reading, bridge was played, and Mrs. R. H. Crawford and John Kohlhaas won the high scores. Refreshments were Sf-rved. Mrs. L. E. Hovey was chairman of the committee in charge. Curl Kumncli lilrtlnlnr Observed— Twelve families united Friday evening to surprise Carl Zumach, of the Lotts Creek neighborhood, in honor of his birthday. Five hundred was played, after which lunch was wa« served at two tables centered with bouquets of sweet pens and candles. Mrs. A. E. Kresensky and Dr. A. D. Adams won the high scores. .Mr. and Mrs. W. P. French entertained eight coup'.es Sunday night. A- two-co u-se dinner was served at 7 o'clock at small tables, with decorations In keeping with Easter. After dinner bridge 1 was played. Mrs. M. II. Falknhainer and H. J. Lacy won the high scores. Dorothy, daughte'r of Edw. Mawdsley, entertained lili girls at an Easter party last Thursday at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. J. R. Mawdsley, where she makes her home while she Is attending school. Games were played, after which refreshments were served. •Mrs. Charles Green and Mrs. Ed- win Davidson entertained twenty couples at cards and dancing at the Shelter House at the Ambrose A. Call state park last week Wednesday evening. Refreshments were served. Mabel DeGraw entertained the A. O. bridge club lust Thursday night. Christine Arend and Anna Buss won tho high scores. Christine, her sister Rose, and Mrs. Forrest Phillips were guests O f the club. The Methodist Aid will meet this afternoon at 2:30 at the church. After a business meeting and program a ]5c lunch will b e served in the basement by the women of the April division. Mrs. A. E. Kresensky entertained her bridge club Friday afternoon, and Mrs. D. R. Steele won the high score. Mrs. D. P. Nugent and Mrs. R. H. Spencer wore guests of the club. The Alpha Delphians will meet next week Wednesday with Mrs. A. E. Michel, and the program will consist of a review of the play, Miss Lulu Betts, by Mrs. M. .1. Streit. There will be a card party and dance at the K. C. hall next Tuesday evening, sponsored by St. Cecelia's Guild. Mrs. W. E. McDonald entertained the Idle Hour bridge club at luncheon and bridge yesterday afternoon Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson entertain ed the Get-Together bridge club Monday afternoon. . • There will b e an O. E. S. meeting for Vwork" next Tuesday night. ARTHUR WARD, FORMER WESLEYAN, PASSES HERE Arthur Ward, aged resident ot Algona since 1917, died at his home hero Tuesday morning after a short illness with' intestinal flu. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at one o'clock at the home, and at z o'clock from the Methodist church at Wesley, and burial -wilt b e made in the Wesley cemetery. Mr. Ward was born May 22, 1857 in Illinois, and In I860 the family moved to the Wesley neighborhood, then a part of the undeveloped prairie country. Mr. Ward lived' In the Weslef neighborhood till 1917, when he retired and moved to Algona. Mr. Ward was married In 1876 to Carrie Joslyn, and four children of this marriage survive, Mrs. Ida Davis, Belmond, Roy and Ben Ward, Shell Rock, and Ray Ward, Kansas City. In March, 1893, he was married to Elizabeth Falk, who died two years ago at a hospital at Rochester, Minn. Six children survive, Frank J., Klemme,»Walter J., Wesley, Mrs. Ellen Reed, Burt, Sylvle, evangelist in the east; and John and Nellie, at home. ' vice-president; Mrs. Hazel Dalztel, corresponding secretary; Mrs. H. D. Hutchlns, recording secretary; Ma?- garet Durant, historian; Mrs. Lura Sanders, treasurer. They succeed the following officers; Ella Thompson, president; Mrs. T. P. Harrington, vice-president; Mrs. A. H. Stock, treasurer; Mrs. Anna Fairbanks, historian. Mrs. Hutchins was reelected. Disagreeable weather accounted for a light attendance. Election of officers and piano selections .loannette Goeders completed program. servo to furnish the rooking will be' done house, there, No the I'll birthday. Games i»fter which Irved. , |%the Dailey, who operates Marigold beauty shops, 'will Saturday night Ho at- Midwest Trade Show. .missed only one of these TRIXITY EV. IjTJTHEKAX, P. ,T. lirancr, I'usior — Good Friday: German services. lish services . Easter Sunday: Eng- The Lord's supper will be celebrated both days. The confessional service will start at 10 a. m., and the usual services at 10:30 . . . Announcements for the Lord's Supper will be received at the parsonage this week Thursday and Saturday.' nurses eating their meals at the Kossuth Hospital. There are at present ':ix nurses and two maids:' Bridget Gaffney, Rockwell; Merle Norton, Algona, head nurse; June Littrell, IKinoi.s; Jlarfruerite Christensen, Mrs. Ruby Xevil'.e, Mrs. Frances Sparrow, and Faymic Krcssin, all f Algona, and Dorothy Hermen, out!) Diiltotu. ,O:ic e: 1 tv.'o more urscs are expected. By wny ot relebrntlnfr its ciunrtor- nntenary, the Union Township I others and Daughters club, which •as organized In 1000, has just pub- shed a club qook book oC 00 pages. Hie committee In charge consisted f Mrs. Alfred Jergcnsen, Mrs. Loyd chenck, Mrs. Fred Vogel, Mrs. lurry Ward, Mrs. Roy Sarchett, and Irs. Frank Hofius. The book is in blue oilcloth, with the Attend Trl-State Convention— Mr. and Tun. Oscar Anderson, Mayme Betts, Meadames H. Post, John Storm, Ralph Brown, E. A. Guderian, George. Scuffham, Roy Crawford, ami L. W. Swanson, the latter two of Whlttmore, attended u Tri-State Royal Neighbors convention at Sioux City last Thursday. The three stales were South Dakota, Nebraska, and Iowa. This was the first tri-state convention over, held, but hereafter it will be an annual event. The next conven-' tion will be held In South Dakota. Township Mothers Anniversary Cook FIIRST LUTHERAN, C. E. Ols- BOH, Pastor — service tonight at 7:45 (communion); Good Friday service at 7:4'5 p. m. . . For Easter Sunday morning: service at ; 8:15; Sunday school at 10.\ . At 7:30 p. m. the Sunday school will give an Easter program. 'ords "Union nd Daughters Book, ilOOli-1931" printed in gold on be cover. Advertising by Algona nd other business men helped fi- lance the cost of the book, which esembles other cook books issued 3y local clubs, except that it is small- r, the recipes being confined main y to those contributed by women n the club's territory. BAPTIST, F. H. Webster, Pastor —The Easter-morning sermon sub ject will be "The Great Surprise.' Evening subject: "Death Robbed of Its Sting," Easter music at both services. MOrtagh, W ho teaches Eng, ubiic.speaking.- ln the hJgh Woodbine, is expected io- "T a week's vacation. She • O f Mr. and Mrs. C. S. 13. McMahon ejc- daughter Ruth, teacher tomorrow evening > Marie Lawler, wmica teacher at Galva, • at Charles City, came home Saturday for a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves, of Cresco township. Mr. and Mrs. Hargreaves and Bernlce spent Tuesday at Des Moines. Mildred DeGraw, who is attend lug the I. S. T. C., Cedar Falls, is expected tomorrow for a week-end visit with h«r parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. DeGraw. She will finish a two year primary course at the col lege this spring. i who has been a t- Buest. here Clty - r ° rlty suest at Dewel took Mrs. W. O. Maxlne tending the University of Chicago during the last several months, came home Sunday for a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, C, A. Momyer. She lives with her. sis ter, Mrs. Colt, at Chicago. • Mrs. M. J. Keneflck and her son VllMam drove to Iowa City yester day and will bring Gertrude/ Kene hck home today for the Easter vacation. Gertrude, who was '-recent ly Initiated Into the Delta 'pelta D>1 ta forority, Is a freshman iat the university, " " lived at Ottumwa during ;Jas Fort attern °°n to mee f enlor at the state K* Mrs. at home. • and '•Herman's daughter. * Wllbur ln AIgona ' 8 ' Sachett M. J. strelt. ' 1 Baste; m °«>lng to the home, few years, moved to Milwaukee las 1 week, and Mr. Geering is now in a grain office there with ft', brother Beta Stock pent S, C. R. I. RED EGGS FOR HATCHING From our oen matings, headed by very good cockerels direct from Mr. Tompkins These males are staqdan weight, very good color, ant peppy. Their good looks are not all, as they are from a 240 to 303-egg mating, and look their part. The females are our best hens and choice pullets. Part of these have been trapnested since De cember X. Eggs frani these mating at $1-50 per setting, $4.00 fo "" <3hjeks at 15 cents each Eggs from flock at hundred. Celebrates lilrlliday at Tarty— Kathryn Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Cairey, observed fifth birthday anniversary Friday by entertaining 1C boys and girls at games and lunch between 3:30 and .V.30 p. rn- The guests were: Everet, Vaughn and Donald Brown, Richard and Billy.Allan, Mary Elizabeth Van Allan, Beverly Howie, James .!ohn Crawford, Frances Ann Zitt- litsch, Lavonne .Wolcott, Bobby Miner, ''Opal Brayton, .leannette Sterling, and Joan and Beverly Hanson, of Whltemore, Als'oaa Couple is Married— Mrs. A. E. Samp and Andrew Godfredson were married by Rev. Mr. Taylor, pastor of Methodist church at Blue Earth, Monday afternoon. Mrs. "William Palmer accompanied the couple and was witness. After the ceremony they returned to Algona,' and Godfredsons are now at home Mr. Godfredson's farm on south Hall. Mrs. Godfredson has been popular clerk at the Paine & Sorensen drug store during the last three years. riJIIIIIilllllllllilllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllll^ Friday, April 9 BONALD COLMAN KAY FRANCIS in "Raffles" The story of an amateur detective —Cplman as you like him. Also Comedy and Vitaphone Vaudeville. Saturday, April 4. Serial for matinee only. Special Booking of Western. 1-30 and 3:30—prices, 10-30c. Tom Tyler in "Phantom of the West" Featuring JOHN GILBERT in "Gentleman's Fate" He lived as a. gentleman—the rackets paid his way, ; Gilbert back in a big way. Also Comedy Program. Special Easter Attra*tion Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Apr. 5-6-7 DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in "Beaching for the Moon" Doug as a modern Wall- street wizard adventuring In a 20th Century romance. Thrills, action, excitement, comedy: A 1931 dynamo. Edward Everett Horton Bebe Daniels. Jack Mulhall Claude Allister 'Doug" you'll never forget. Sunday and Monday, April 13 & 13 Come to the early matinees—1 and 3 -o'clock. 3,000 people will want to see this one! Wednesday and Tliurs. April 8*9 Thurs. matinee, 3::.30 P. m.—10-30c. Drama of the rise of a young gangster to the king of all racketeers. Edward G. Robinson in "Little Caesar" Rico ruled supreme—4n Us racket he was Judge, Jury, «id executioner. Blco lived har«, ruled hard. Then —he defied a girl Ja love. By his order men disappeared over $ghV Gang vars started and ended pjjn^y " -" ~~ 1 — IN A Connecticut Yankee Battle of the fifth century between "Kid" Yankee and "Mighty" Knight. Knight swings with his left, and Yankee swing? with his rope, Knight goes down for the count, It's a knock-out! Will Rogers shows King Arthur who is boss of the Round Table, Laugh away your troubles at Will Rogers in Mark Twain's hilarious comedy. Wm. Farnum Igyrua Loy Maureen O'Sullivan Frank Albertson Rogers sow back to England for bis fun Better by for %an, ?'&o this is Featuring the New Spring Modes in Frocks and Ensembles Bolero Jackets Medium Jackets Long Jackets $16 Down the Avenue o.f Fashion , . , these new Frocks and Ensembles will be the cynosure of all eyes. Their fashioning ... their fine materials . . . tl^eir stunning shades will attract attention and envy of all. They're priced within your very means. Printed Crepe Plain Silks Chiffons $16 A brilliant, sparkling collection... each frock smarter than the next. The value? - are more than prom'nent. 4 SIZES 12 TO SCH-STYl-ES FQE EVERY WOMAN

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