Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1931 · Page 11
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V$L KOSSUTtt COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA PAGE THREE lions have changed! , w it's smart to save buyer, demands her «th and mo*, /That's favor A&P be- ly so ^ L that's what thejr get her.e» r example, this week^- SUNNYFIELD Flo 24%-LB. BAG 49-LB.4AG, 99c ur 55 C Price a year ago, B4c irden's AND OTHER Milk 3 2ic 3-i.n. CADDY White House Evaporated Milk 3 && 19c Butter ....••••••• LB 30c ChipBO titiS&S ..... 2 V»£ 3Sc Mello-Wheat...... 2 "cos. 23c mvuv 2 _ LB lona Cocoa CAN i»o Bean Hole Beana 2 CANS 23c Apricots IpACK 1 .... . Wet Shrimp ........ • • *• CANS Airy Fairy Cake Flour . . . PKG. E, I, RALLY AT WESLEYDRAWS 90 ATTENDANCE Woslny, Apr. M _ Ninety younK people from Wesley, Burl, Titonkn, Algonn, I., u Verne, ;iml Sexton, attended an fipworth League rally at the Mothodist church lust week Tuesday evening. The congregation sang America, and the Rev. Mr. Moore, local pastor, offered prayer, rjorothi- ICraus and Maurlne Han- wen sang the Gypsy Love Song; Kmir Fran/on gave a reading, the Swedish Farmer at a Ball Game; and Mm. Lloyd Steven and .Marie Harrln, Sexton, sfing- n. duet. The Rev. II. E. Whyte, Klemme, then .spoke on Constructive Optimism, bring out the point that optimism should not blind one to the need for Improvements or slacken efforts toward bringing them about. The pro- Bruin closed with a selection by the Sexton choir. The young people then repaired to the basement, where games, such as Farmer in the l>ell, Ruth and Jacob, and Streets and Alleys, were played for tin hour under the direction of Supt. E. 11. Swanson, of the public schools. Refreshments were served by the loca.l League, assisted by members of the Aid. Wellington Drewelow, Omaha, attended a Legion dance here last week Monday evening. ' Mr, and Mrs. Lo Roy Klelnpeter and Adele Kleinpeter visited the Doctor Smith?) nt Fort Dodge. Sun- clay. Mrs. Murphy entertained • the TJeal 'Km bridge club last Thursday, and Mrs. Julius Kunz won the high score. Mrs. Nelson mother of Henry Nelson, nine'miles northwest, is seriously sick. Mrs. Nelson is 02. Mm. Ann Kunz went to Melvin last week Tuesday for a week at the Doctor Primlsing home. Philip, eldest son ot Mr, and Mrs. Mike Goetz, Is seriously sick with bronchitis. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy visited her sister, Mrs. Ralph Valentine, Algona, Sunday. A bake sale recently held by the Methodist Aid at the Kraus store netted $10. Good returns were realized from the three junior one-act plays at the Bell theater Friday evening.' Ralph Welter and his sister, Hazel Hudson, Mason City, spent Sunday at home. entertain at home furnished dinners at the Community hall. Ernest Is local teacher. Presbyterian Pnstor's Family Hero Mrs. A. .f. Koonce, Omaha, came Friday and the family is now settled in the Presbyterian manse. The two little children, Paul and Ellen, had been at :the .Jones and Lee Lichty homos since the preceding Sunday. The "Rev. Mr. Koonce will occupy the Presbyterian pulpit next Sunday. Mrs. Von Draskii lias Operation— Mrs. Jliirry Von Draska, who had bc.en at the Park hospital, Mason City, a week receiving treatment for stomach trouble wn.s operated on Monday morning, and a new opening was made leading from bet- stomach. Tho surgeon thought the operation. would be successful. NO. 10 C7_ CAN O I C 2 TALL QO_ CANS OOC River Valley Ohio Selected Potatoes, bushel . . $1.59 Aunt of Mrs. Bcnton Failing— Mrs. Wallace Benton visited her aunts, the Mesdames Eliza Bolsinger and Bessie Adams, at Clear Lake from last Thursday to Sunday. Mrs. Bolsinger, who has been ill some months, is growing weaker. She is In her early eighties. The Mesdames Bolsinger and Adams were proprietors of the Wesley hotel, the Sherman House, when it burned in 1907. Former Teacher Has Son— Old friends of Harriet Doty-Zentner, former 8th grade teacher here, learn that she Is mother of a son born March 22 at the parental Doty home at West Branch. IT O'CLOCK MILD AND RED CIRCLE- IB 25< RICH AND FULL-BODIED THREE VICTIMS OF CAR CRASH FROM LU VERNE Lu Verne, Apr. 14 — Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Steussy and Ruth Robertson were painfully injured In an automobile accident near Mason City 'Sunday afternoon. Aaron suffered two fractured ribs, two front teeth knocked _put, and the little finger on his right hand was broken. Mrs. Steussy's right arm was fractured between elbow and shoulder, and she was badly bruised. Ruth suffered a fracture of a small ankle bone. Mrs. Steussy and Ruth were taken to the Mercy hospital, Mason City, and Aaron was brought home, where he is being cared for by his niece, Elva Christiansen. They were with a brother-in-law of Mrs. Steussy who escaped with a few bruises. His home is at Omaha. He was driving at a rapid rate and ran into a car which had stopped on Cemetery Officers Are Re-Electwl— 1 the paving. The car, a. new Ford, At a meeting of the Wesley ceme- |f__a total _ wreck, but "- — tery association at the Exchange Other Lu Verne News The Zion Y. P. S. meet at the Community ha 1 ! Friday night. Talks were given by the pastor, the Rev. L. Wittenberg, and Prof J. A. Wer- Michigan Pastor Preaches Here — The Rev. and Mrs. Brie Baack, Ludington, Mich., and their two children came Saturday for a two week's visit with 'Mrs. Baack's brother-in-law, Viggo Kiilsholm. Mr. Banck, who is pastor of a Danish Lutheran preached church at the at Ludington, Congregational church Sunday morning and preach again next Sunday. will K A R llIUY AROMATIC IB. AND FLAVORFUL State bank last week Tuesday even ing, officers were re-elected: A. E. Giddings, president; Mrs. Guy M. Butts, secretary; Mrs. Bertha Looft, treasurer. Directors are John Carlson, Olaf Funnemark, Jorgen Skow, A. E. Gidings, Mrs. Edna 'Sturdi- vnnt, Mrs. Bertha Looft. TO CHANGE BREAKFAST i glum and gloomy ordeal to a gay erfulmeal: Have plenty of your |f's favorite blend of A & P coffee, , steaming, full of life and cheer. aber, "/&* coffee you like best ' best, no matter what it costs". Food Stores MIDDLB WK8TEMN DIVISION —— The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company Juniors Plan Senior Banquet— The juniors are laying plans for the annual junior-senior banquet, but no date or place has been decided upon. The domestic science girls cleaned the domestic science room Monday, following the dust storm Sunday. They are also re-decorating the room in tan and green, and are painting the chairs,- tables, fitove, and oil stove. ISnrber Hansen Leaving Knnawha— The Raymond Hansens visited Raymond's brother Howard at Kanawha Sunday. The Howard Hansens are about to move to Clear Lake, Howard having sold his interest in a Kanawha butcher shop to his partner, Ernest Nelson. • Leo Goftzes ,.\re Pwents— A daughter, Ruth Mary, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goetz at 2 o'clock Sunday morning. Mrs. John Ormsby is caring for Another and babe, and Lorraine Arndorfer, Mrs. Goetz's sister, is doing the housework. that was struck was not damaged and the occupants escaped with only a few bruises. Progressive Club Hears Program*Mrs. Burdette Agard was hostess to the Progressive club last week Tuesday, and 14 answered roll call. A report on plans was made for guest day at the Hanna home. The play, "No Men AVanted," will be given at Mrs. J. L. Lichty's 'May 1. Two papers were read, one written by Myrtle Jordan and read by Mrs. White's GROCERY I SPECIALS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Ray Stone' on The Lights of a Child, the other by Mrs. Paul Phillips on Recent Research in the Field o£ Infant Nutrition. Officers •were elected: president, Mrs. Stone; vice president, Mrs. A. L. Spooner; secretary, Mrs. J. M. Christensen; treasurer, Mrs. P. C. Lichty. The hostess served a tray lunch. Mrs. Stripling Happily Surprised— Mrs. Mike Stripling was happily surprised Sunday, when a large number of neighbors and other friends arrived to help her celebrate a birthday. The guests brought baskets and dinner was served at noon, the centerpiece a cake made by Mrs., Carl Swanson. Mrs. Stripling received many gifts. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Julius Stripling, 'Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Emery, 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hintz, son Lester, the H. D. Ristaus, the Arnold Wagners, the Carl Swan- sig, Fort Dodge, the latter speaking on 'the Walther League, a national organization. After the program there were games and lunch was served. Sixty-two members were in attendance. The committee in charge consisted of 'Sylvia Becker, Evelyn Bush, and Helen Hanselman. Mrs. Roy Guy accompanied by Mrs. Emily Guy and Mrs. Andrew Johnson, drove to Colfax last week Wednesday and Milton Normandln, cousin from Colfax who had visited the Guys two weeks, went home with them. Mrs. Sanuel Steussy visited the William Kings, Bode, Saturday. Mr. King, a barber, is visiting relatives at Green City, Mb., and Floyd King, nephew from Ohio, is running the shop during his absence. The Cemetery association met last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. P. C. Lichty, with a 'large attendance. The May 14 meeting will be at Mrs. E. C. Wolto's. Mrs. Myra Saures, Story City, was here last Thursday, visiting her brother-in-law, Frank Stewart, also her niece, Laura Scott-Johnson, Algona. The Rev. A. J. Koonce, Omaha, will occupy the Presbyterian pulpit next Sunday morning and evening. Kenneth Cm-ran left Monday for Blkhom, Wis., to work with the Jos. Curran grading crew. The Rev. G. R. McDoweH, Renwick, preached av the Methodist church Sunday evening. Mrs. T. L. AVilHiuns has been sick and her daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Zentner, cared for her. David Gardner, who clerks in a drug store at Garner, is visiting at .the parental B. H. Gardner's. Mrs. Henry Pergande and the TITONKA4-H CLUB STUDIES PROJECT WORK Tltonka, Apr. 14 — The 4-H club met Saturday with Helen Beed with Edith Mae Hudlong as assistant hostess. Betty Budlong spoke on seams and hems on uniforms, Violet Slack gave a demonstration on manicuring, and the remainder of the afternoon .was spent at informal talks about what the girls plan to ' sew after which lunch was served. About 2G were present. The next meeting will be held at Loraine Peterson's Saturday, April 25, with Margaret Lindhorst as assisting hostess. Feme krantz will give a talk on, shoes and hose appropriate for school and dress, Hazel Miller will give a demonstration on sleeve plackets on uniforms, and Effle Gregory will give a talk on the correct pressing of wool and silk materials. Four Towns at, E. L. Mi-cf— An Epworth League rally was held at Wesley last week Tuesday night, with the following towns represented; Wesley, Sexton, Algona, and Lu Verne. About 50 attended including- the following from Titonka: Edith Budlong, Florence Reynolds, Pearl Griffan, Ruth, John, Harold ,and Alice Gartner, Harley, Arlo, Kenneth and Kermit Larson, Lois Helfner and Violet Slack. A program was put on by the Sexton League, games -were played and lunch was served. For Service DRY CLEANING GET READY FOR SPRING HOUSECLEAMNG RUGS, CURTAINS, AND DRAPERIES Dry cleaned on short notice. Just phone and we will call for and deliver. Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 537 Other Tit • News. UNIVERSAL CREDIT COMPANY Announces the children have returned from a visit with relatives at Peoria, 111. Four Corners I Macaroni— Flakes- House, rles— Ann, [10- -_'_____ 19c M^m^m^mmm 19c 19c •BVPBMIIIIP 59c String Beans— No, 2 can —— 10c Jam-— 32 oz. jar—^_ 23c Mustard- Quart jar j—. 17c Flour—Mother's Bread 49 Ib. Cream Station Manager Named- James, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Lloyd, has been appointed manager of the Swift Produce station In east Wesley. He will be graduated from high school this spring, and till the end of the school year his father will operate the station. Begins Course in Stenotyping— Mrs. Bertha Looft took her daughter Grace to Chicago Friday to take a course in stenotyplng. At the end of the cotfrse Grace will go to the Gates Business college, Waterloo to teach. Mrs. Looft returned Saturday. Rv-Schools Head Here Visits- Mr, and Mrs. E. M. Olson had as Sunday dinner guests I. W. Edie, sons, the Richard Wagners, Edward Bebees, Fort Dodge, the Harold Nelsons. the and 1ITURE AND FLOOR COVERINGS SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY rag rugs, assorted colors, only il quality 12-ft. v Arpastrong's Linoleum for Saturday only _^^___!!.;,__ T _^1,00 square yard - bridge lamps, going wWle they last, at— $2,49 59c mohair living room suite, Saturday Bpej- all-cotton mattress, Saturday only floor coverings, per eq. yard 50 ° superintendent of schools at Rudd, Mrs Edie, and their three children; also Mr. and Mrs. M,. B. Olson, a daughter, and Mr. and Mrs, Henry Seeley, of Algona. Attends I. 0. O. F. Home Meet— Mre. Guy M. Butts was at Mason City from Friday till Sunday, attending a board meeting at the Odd Fellows home, and transacting business connected therewith. Daughters for Two Couples— A daughter was born to Mr. ana Mrs Clayton Angle Friday, and a daughter to Mr. and .Mrs. Richard Van Horn Sunday. Mrs. Walter Swan is at the Angle home. Business College Head Speaks— Mr Hamilton, Mason City, president of the Hamilton business college addressed the high school assembly from 3 o'clock to 3:40 Monday afternoon. S S. Class HaTParty— The adult class of the Methodist Sunday school will hold a monthly social meeting at Carl Hansen's this week Tuesday evening Wessling Attends" Griffin Funeral- Father Wessling attended the funeral of Msgr. Griffin at Fort Dodge last week Wednesday morning. Other Wesley News. Mrs. Frank Davis, Belmond, who had been at the home of her late tothelTArthur Ward, Algona, y^, ited several hours last week. Wednesday at the home of her cousin, A E Giddings. Her brother Frank of Kiemme, then called for her and took her to her own home. Mrs Peter Skow who had spent the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Ole Flom, moved back to her own home to Wesley last week Monday. Mrs Bertha Skow, Bmmetsburg, stayed with her that night. Declamatory Contest is Held— A declamatory contest at the Evangelical church last week Tues* day evening: was sponsored by the Missionary society, and four women gave missionary readings. Florence Hot was awarded first on If They only Knew. A free will offering amounted to more than $10. Mes dames A. L, Spooner, F. I. Chapman and H. A. Reyman were judges Geraldlne Boman and Richard Niver played an Instrumental duet, .opening- the contest. Lutheran Teachers Meet Here— Teachers of Lutheran parochial schools in the north half of Iowa held a conference tiere lust week Wednesday, Thur.siiiy, and Friday. 15 men arm seven women attending. They wore ontertained at local homes overnight and for breakfast, and parishioners who did not The Mothers and Daughters club will meet this week Thursday with Mrs. Jessie Mitchell, and roll call will be answered with Bible verses. A paper, entertainment for Children on Rainy Days, will be read by Mrs. Iva Witham. This program was exchanged for one that was to have been given at Mrs. John Rich's. A ilay by the daughters will be given ;here instead. The Larkin club met last w«ek Wednesday evening with Mrs. Chester Robinson. Several in this community attended a spelling contest given at the Good Hope church Friday afternoon between the rural schools of Union township. The contestants from Dist. No. 7, the Arthur Cruikshank school were Mary Cruikehank and Marjorie Drayton. The Mart Elmores are driving a 'new Chevrolet. Mrs. George Howe, Mrs. Cutting, of Iowa Falls, and Mrs. H. C. Schweppe drove to Estherville last week Wednesday on business. Mrs. H. C. Schweppe called on Mrs. McCutchen who is In the Coleman hospital there. Mrs. McCutchen is formerly of Titonka. Gilbert Nelson and Otto Falk drove to Rochester, Minn., Thursday where Mr. Nelson visited his wife who underwent a major operation that day and Mr. Falk visited relatives. W. T. Carr, Des Moines, visited the W. J. Dentons Monday coming to' see Mr. Denton, who has been ill for • ten days. The James 'Winters, Gilmore City, came to visit Mr. Denton Sunday. The Rev. L. G. Gartner drove to Rochester, Minn., last week -Wednesday to visit Mrs. Gartner who underwent a major operation that day. Mrs. Nettie Pannkuk, who has been ill for the past two weeks, hc-us gone to the home of her mother at Garner for a few days. John Pink shipped a car load of cattle to Chicago Saturday and rode in on the stock train to .spend a few days in Chicago on business. The William Boykens entertained at cards last Thursday evening. Mrs. Milton Nelson won high score. Margaret Callies cracked a bone in her ankle last week Wednesday evening, while running. The George McCutchens, Els worth, Minn., were here last week Wednesday. 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