Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1931 · Page 2
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TWO KOSSVTtt COUNTY AfrVANCfi. ALCtONA. IOWA i -and at such LOW ,n COST/ Exercise economy by letting us put your last Spring's wardrobe into good condition and appearance for another season's wear. It rhay save you the cost of a new outfit or at least provide you smart appearance for your "second best" outfit for ordinary or business wear. Our prices are so low it's worth the venture and you will be pleasingly surprised at the results. Elk Cleaners and Tailors Dodge and Call Sts. Phone 880. A. B. C. Porcelain Washers 5 Models to Select from ranging in Price from $99.50 to $165 A. B. C. Spinner washes, rinses, blues, starches; dries for the line WESLEY WOMAN SNOWBOUND AT LAUREL 3 DAYS Wesley, Apr. 7—Mrs. Wm. Hutch Inson, who accompanied her son Ellsworth's family on visits to relatives, was snowbound for several days at Laurel, home of the Curtis Benskins. -She did not get home until last week Wednesday, having expected to return the previous Sunday. Ellsworth's daughter Mona, ten, saw for the first time nil of her 1!) first cousin's. Ellsworth visited his four brothers and six sisters, and left from Wesley Saturday for a visit at Cresco, his former home. At its conclusion he will return to Madison, S. D.' Helping the Chinese to Help Themselves Mrs. Geo. llildmau l-ioscs Uncle— Mr. and Mrs. George Hildman- drove to Gilbert Saturday to visit Mrs. Hildman's parents, the Fred Wirths. They brought back word that Mrs. Hildman's uncle, Peter Wirth, 75, (lied Saturday. He had long been In poor health. Funeral services will be conducted by his pastor, the Rev. Father Garman, at St. Peter's church near Gilbert, at 9:30 this week Tuesday morning. Burial will he made there in St. Peter's cemetery. The George and Ed Hildman families will attend: Mrs. Ed Hildman also being a daughter of the Fred Wirthe. Moore Guest Accident Victim— The Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Moore took their daughter Lulu to Hampton Saturday morning, and she will complete her journey to Lincoln, Neb., by train. A Miss Hyde and Mies Hyde's father, also of Lincoln, spent several days at the parsonage, and then went to Milwaukee to visit. On the way back to Wesley Miss Hyde suffered an accident in which an ajikle was broken, and she was unable to drive. Miss Moore had therefore to join the group at Hampton, whence they were to travel by rail. Wesleyan Wanted as Delegate— Mrs. Ben Hopkins has received a letter from the secretary-treasurer of the Order of Railway Conductors, asking her to represent the ladies' auxiliary at the national convention at Kansas City May 1 and 2. She has not yet accepted. Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins attended a meeting of the Railroad Pension Plan club at Mason City Sunday. Working to Live—o Famine Prevention Activity under China A MEIUCAJN charity has way a movement In which, by reason of the• leadership , being provided and the examples! being set, may. If widely supported, eventuaJly mean the end of fam-1 Ine. the ensuing frightful loss of; life, and recurring appeals to this country for help. China Famine Relief U. S. A., whose headquarters are at 206 East Forty-second Street, New York City, under the leadership of David i A. Brown, and acting under the] sponsorship and at the request ofj the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ In America, the Foreign Missions Conference of North America, and the National Christian Council of China, has sent $1.316.000.00. to China. Rigid economy, minimum overhead, and regular auditing here and In China are component parts of the movement. There have been no losses worthy of recording, and the money sent from America has built roads and Irrigation projects and has dug wells. Multitudes of people have been saved, and hundreds of thousands more now look to the charitable hearted people of the United States with hope and expectancy for the essential assistance which will crown their efforts with life A LIFE SAVING PHOGKAM FOR CHINA— Give food to the starving: Exchange food for labor, as shown above; Develop home Industries among farmers and villagers In the famine areas: Make available the demonstrated results of better farming. Itself. For : If they are forsaken now they will surely die. Americans In China send word that two million mun. women ami children will die of starvation before another crop Is harvested unless we continue our efforts. , Aware of unemployment at home. ' the Board of Directors and liic National Committee of China Famine Relief. In other capacities, are piaylng an Important part In relieving this distress. There has happily been no starvation In this country, whereas over eight million human beings have starved to death In China, a tragedy so horrible that the mind reels In its contemplation. America cannot—must not—forsake the unfortunates In China who are still undergoing suffering, a plight for which they themselves are In no way responsible. Grandpa Glddlnffs Has Callers— Seventeen relatives and friends called upon "Grandpa" Giddings at his son's home, following funeral services for Arthur Ward at the Methodist church Friday afternoon. Among them were the Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Whyte, Klemme, formerly Wesley. College Daughter Visits FiiniieinurUs Helen Funnemark, who attends St. Olafs college, Northfield, Minn., came home last week Tuesday for vacation, and will return this week Wednesday. She was accompanied by her friend and relative, Margaret Flom, of Wesley village, who will return at the same time. Rochester Nurse A'isits Hero— Esther Burke, in the bacteriological department, Mayo hospital, Rochester, came Saturday to spend Easter at Julius Kunz's. She returned Monday. The Dr. C. J. Prim- isinj? family, Melvin, spent Easter with Mrs. Elizabeth Matern. tained their bridge club last week Monday night. Mrs. Louis Goetz and Bill Ward won "high," Arlo Dawson won "low." Mabel Kent was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brace, Burt, and the Braces' son, Sylvester, vleitecl their father, grandfather, and great- grandfather In Wesley Sunday afternoon. Evelyn and Martha Haynes and Virginia Benton, Mankato, spent Easter at home. The J. T. Meurers visited Mrs. Elizabeth Lemlce, Algona. Lily Myer, Hay field, has returned home, and a Miss Olson, Minnesota, is taking her place as housekeeper at Viggo Killsholm's. Paul Engen, creamery helper, visited from Saturday to Monday with his parents at Fertile. Carl Pearson substituted. Mrs. Bertha Skow, Emmetsburg, visited Saturday at Silas Skow's, and Sunday with the Ole Floms. The Roy Sherman family has moved into a house north of town owned by Ignatz Eisenbacher. Bill Garman is running the Skelly oil station, of which J. F. Lorenz }s manager. Mitchell. She plans to attend summer school at Cedar Falls. School Has a New Teacher— Mrs. F. P. Newel has been secured to finish teaching the year ,at the E. J. Frank school, east of town, and fill a vacancy caused by the resignation of Ruth Humphrey. Mrs. Newel began her duties last week Wednesday. Beauty Shop Has New Operator— Adella Mlttag has employed Mable Mullins, Des Molnes, an experienced operator, to have charge of her beauty parlor at the Mrs. H. H. Mittag home till Miss Mittag takes an examination in June. SPRAY FOR SCALE ON APPLE TREES IS DUEJPRIL15 Farmers and fruit growers of Kossuth county may receive Information regarding timely application of the various orchard sprays during the coming spring, as a result of arrangements made by the county Farm Bureau with the Agricultural Extension Service of Iowa State college. Cards briefly describing the nec'essary sprays and telling when to apply them for best results will be sent out from the Farm Bureau office free of charge to anyone desiring the service. It will soon be time to apply the dormant spray. This is needed only where scale Insects are on the trees; otherwise it is a waste of time and money to spray before growth starts. There are several of these scale Insects which affect apple trees, the most common being the oyster shell scale. This' pest Is much the more common in northern Iowa, but Is also found in many orchards In the southern half of the etate. The San Jose scale Is found only in a few counties along the Mississippi river, from Scott county south. These scale insects are tiny lice which suck the sap from trees, killing many limbs and greatly reducing the crop. Only a dormant spray will kill them. The heet time to apply this spray Is just before growth starts In the spring, or around April 15. Liquid lime sulphur diluted one gallon to eight gallons of water Is effective, or dry lime sulphur, 15 pounds dissolved In 50 gallons of water, will control the scale. There are also various dormant spraying olle on the market which are as good if not better than lime sulphur in controllng scale on apple trees, They are a little more expensive but much pleasanter to apply than: dormant strength lime-.sulphur. It requires a 6 per cent oil spray 1 to control oyster shell scale, while a 2 per cent spray will control thp San Jose scale. It Is essential to he thorough In applying this epray; the spray must come into contact with each scale to kill It. Another Gas Station. Burl, Apr. 7 — John and H. A. Gettman have the erection of their new service station well under way, and will probably be open for business within n. week or two. They will sell the Phillips "68" products. Jill Ill == —"_!—*• G A. B. C. wringer type, balloon rolls, large porcelain tub, electric or Briggs & Stratton 4 cycle engine. The biggest value for your money. Let us tell you more about A. B. C. Washers. FREE 1 $5.00 to any Boy or Girl Ilf KOSSUTH COUNTY Pill in the blank below, bring to my store, or mail if you wish, a name of a relative, friend, or any one that is interested in a new washer. When the Bale is made you will receive $5.00 in cash for this prospect. You may send in as many names as you wish. Remember, you will not receive the $5.00 until the sale is made. Name of prospect Address Kind of machine interested in, electric or gas engine Your name and address Study Club Meets Today— The Study club meets with Mrs. Alfred Erdman this week Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ammon Lease will have charge and will review "My Story," by Mary Roberts Rinehart. For roll call members will name a favorite book. Twenty-Three Join tlic Clmrcli— Easter services were held at the Methodist church Sunday morning, and a large choir rendered music. Twenty-three persons joined the church by letter and confession of faith. Marie Miller Celchratos nirthilay— The sophomores were entertained at Henry Miller's Saturday evening, the occasion being- Marie's birthday. Make Your Fence P 0 Dollar Do Double Du] •\7OU*LL want to hog down part of your corn this I jL in the stock on the stubble and corn fields after HL and picking, divide your fall pasture and perhaps you'll i let the stock do the harvesting in some field where the ( not come through right—so you'll be doing some t« fencing this fall. Come in right away and take out the fence and Red TOM j you'll need. Your stock and hogs will pick up enough eztn] to pay for the fence and posts. Then you can use those same J and the fence to replace a stretch or two of run-down fence, you are going to have to replace anyway. Using that material for a temporary fence this fen is tiu| to make that fence pay for itself and is the cheap way tor that stretch or two of run-down fence. And you win beg yew fence post dollar do double duty. ,Come m. and examine the Red Top (the best your i buy), the Red Top one man Driver, and the Red Tq. Post Puller. We carry Red Top* hi various types and ] meet your every need and wffl be gjad to help you work cot] ~' m economicalhr. F. S. Norton & Son Lumber and Coal . — Phone 229 READ THE ADVANCE WANT ^J||||||||||||||||||||I!!!!IIIIIW - - fft&frf. By. Unanimou/ Con/ent Yfi Special Singing a t Churches— Special singing marked Easter morning at the Methodist and Catholic churches. The Methodist church was handsomely decorated with flowering plants, and the Rev. Mr. Moore delivered an earnest and suitable sermon. . Herman Carlson Hand Injured— Herman Carlson had a hand seriously Injured recently while helping to load hogs. The ligaments and cords were loosened and strained, and he is obliged to carry his arm in a sling. Y. P. Organization Completed— Organization of the new Young Peoples' society was completed at the Congregational church Sunday night and 22 members signed up. It has been named Comrades of the Way. E. Li. Bally is Held Here— The Methodist Aid will hold meeting at Mrs. Carl Franzen's this week AVednesday afternoon. The sub-district Epworth League rally takes place at the church this week Tuesday evening. Wesleyan to be- Doctor Soon— Elson Braley, who is taking his last year of a medical course at Iowa City spent the week-end at home. Elson will serve his interne- ship next year. Three Junior Plays This Week— The junior plays, Crossed Wires, Mother Was Right, and Sardines, will be given at Bell theater this week Friday evening. Sophomores Plan Sliating Party— The sophomores have planned a skating party for Thursday evening at Titonka. FENTON CHOIR GIVES EASTER CANTATA APR, 5 Fenton, Apr. 7 — The following Easter cantata was presented by the Methodist choir Sunday evening, Martha Elizabeth Gilbert, director, Maxine AVeisbrod, pianist: Easter Memories Choir There Was No Other Way Choir Gethsemane—Sextette: Mrs. Charles Weisbrod, Mrs. Rex Wolfe, Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod, Mrs. E. D. White, Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod, Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson. Betrayed Choir The Thorn-Crowned King—Soprano Selection. Let Him be Crucified Choir Alas! And Did My Saviour Bleed?— Miss Helen Huskamp, Mrs. E. D. White, Mrs. John Newel, Mrs. Charles Weisbrod, Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod, Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson, Mrs, Rex Wolfe, Martha B. Gilbert, Mrs. W. E. Stoeber. Prayer R«v. J. T. Snyder Offertory Maxine Weisbrod The Resurrection Choir He is Risen Choir Hallelujah Choir Benediction Rev. J. T. Snyder Postlude Maxine Weisbrod W. P. M. S. Hears Program— The Methodist AV. F. M. S. met last Thursday afternoon at the church, with Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and Mrs. Walter Widdel, hostesses. Devotionals were In charge of Mrs. J. F. Newel. Mrs. G. D. Belken gave a reading from the lesson book, Mrs. T. N. McFall one on The First Mile. A demonstration, The Rebuilt Auxiliary Woman, was given by Mrs. J. T. Snyder, Mrs. R. C. Goetsch, and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson. A trumpet solo was played by Harold Geronsln, with Maxine Wete- brod at the piano. Plans were laid to entertain a sub-district woman's council in June. Refreshments followed adjournment. W. J. Sigsbee "Home Utilities" Plumbing and Heating Algona, Iowa Phone 365 Other Wesley. Mrs. Bertha Looft, her daughters, and her mother, Mrs. Schutter, drove to West Bend after church services Sunday morning, and took dinner with Mrs. Looft's brother, Jerry Schutter. The Lester Lease family spent Sunday at Hanlontown with Mrs. Lease's sister, Mrs. Melvin Rye, and attended Easter morning services there. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hanson, Hardy, and two children, came last week AVednesday for an extended visit at Vee Mullin's. Mrs. Hanson is Vee's sister. The John Ormsby family visited from Saturday to Sunday with Mrs. Ormsby's mother, Mrs. Sarah McCroden, Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Elam Johnson, Washington, left Saturday following a week's visit with their daughter, Mrs. Theron Hansen. They were accompanied by a daughter, Norms, and a son Albert. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cooney enter- Former Fenton Woman is Sick— Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod called at William Turley's, Lakota, Sunday to see Mrs. Turley's mother, Mrs. Jenswold, who has been sick with a severe heart attack. A daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Larimer, Chester, S. D., and another daughter, Ruth, of Wichita, Kas., were also called to her bedside. The Jenswolds and Turleys are former Fenton residents. Ten Attend Rlugsted Party- Mr, and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. John Dempsey, Editor and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. Myron v Alderson, S. B. Straley, and A. H. Peterson attended a 500 party at Chris Godfredson's, Ringsted, last Thursday night. Plans to Attend Summer School- Bertha Mitchell, who had been employed at the Doctor Glomset home, Des MoJnes, several months, returned Friday for a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Other Fenton Jfcws. The Will Elmers family, near Fenton, Mr. and Mrs, Martin Meyers,- the William Meyers family, Lotts Creek, the Emil Elmers family, Haifa, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbertson, of Armstrong, her daughter Shirley Jean, and Ferdinand Meyers, Maple Hill, were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the parental August Meyers home. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod and their daughter Nettie drove to Ames Saturday to visit another daughter, Gladys, employed at a beauty shop. Thence the Weisbrods went on to Des Moines, returning the same night. Mrs. P. J. Weisbrod entertained her bridge club Saturday, and the high score was won by Mrs. Henry Schulte. Mrs. R. C, Goetsch, Mrs. Kate Newel, and Verona Weisbrod were guests of the club. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vottler entertained at a family dinner Easter Sunday. Attending, were the R. D. Wehrspanns, Mrs. Kate Hantelmann, her children", Adolph Wehr- spann, Johfi Vottler, and Carl Beck. Edith Laage, instructor In the Cedar Palls schools, and Verona Weisbrod, attending Coe college, returned to their work Sunday, after the Easter vacation with the home folks. Arthur Priebe, attending Luther college, Decorah, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Priebe, from last Thursday till Saturday, when he returned with W. W. Boettcher as far as Calmar. Mrs. H. H. Mittag entertained at dinner Sunday the Herman Hintz family, the Fred Boettohers, Loretta Meyer, and Helen Radlg, all of Lotts Creek. Clifford Haase, Fairmont, spent last week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Widdel, and hie sister, Mrs. Herm'an Gade. Supt. and Mra. Belken were 6 o'clock dinner guests at the Myron Boos home, West Bend, Friday evening. Durwood Elgler, attending Creighton university, spent the week-end with his parents, Druggist and Mrs. P. H. Eigler. The Dr. A. W. Whitlows, of Swea City, and the Le Roy Newels, Hartley, spent Easter Sunday at Prank Bailey's. Viola Light and Prances Bailey, Brltt teachers, came Friday evening to spend Easter at the John Light and Prank Bailey homes. Mike Weisbrod, H. C. Lindsey, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Priebe attended the funeral of Henry Rahn at Lone Rock Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wolfe, daughter Edith, and Freeman Wolfe were dinner guests at Calvin Householder's, Lone Rock, Sunday. John Mlcklick, principal and coach at Lost Nation, was an over-Sunday guest at Supt. Belken's. The Elmer Weisbrods visited Mrs. Weisbrod's sister, Mrs. William Axe, at Garner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wolfe, of Klemme, spent Sunday afternoon at the former's brother W. R. Wolfe's. Leonard Haase, Donnellson, and Clifford White, Chicago, were weekend visitors at Harry Haase's. Agnes Goetsch visited her aunt, Mrs. George Smith, at Fort Dodge Sunday. The William Stigmans have moved, to their farm near FairvUle. Yes~Twice as Good Dairy Maid Bread and Made With Double Milk j| Didn't you know we use milk in bread? Well, we do, and plenty of it ^ rich, pasteurized milk that makes strong, healthy boys and girls. S And flour—not just any kind, but a specially selected, short-patent flour, g from the very heart of the wheat berry, always the same quality. H Don't be deceived into buying cheap bread. Cheap bread cheats boys and I S and is not worth the price you pay for it. Compare the way our bread toasts' the way cheap bread toasts. Dajry Maid Bread toasts eveuly, cheap br ' is uneven and burns in spots. Only perfect bread makes perfect toast. We are Making a Wonder* Loaf at 5c. Try it. '* Buy Dairy Maid Breaj A HOME Algona Baking Co; •„•»:-

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