Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 23, 1931 · Page 10
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PAGE TWO COUNT Y APVAKCfi XCITEMENT *AN HIGH on March 17. . at the start of the elaborate lubrication study conducted by the Contest Board of the A. A. A. on the Indianapolis Speedway TOOTHING approaching this lubrication study in size and j.1 scope had ever before been attempted. Months of preparation had worked up to this climax. Drivers waited at iheir wheels for the word to go. Excitement ran high. The tests were conducted by the ContestBoard of theAmer- ican Automobile Association. The results when compiled will be certified by it. Early in May, the test cars will start on long individual tours. They will visit onto dealers to deliver the certified results and to allow inspection. At the same time they will be gathering more lubrication data. Watch for these cars. 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The table had a large bouquet of pink roses as centerpieces and green cups holding nuts and green mints. The programs were written on green paper cut in the form of sprinkling cans. A 3-course dinner was served by four underclassmen dressed in white with green headbands. The theme of the evening as brought out in the toasts was Treasure Island, with Mr. Grabau as toastmaster. Anna Hennig gave the history of the travelers. The Prepni-ation was given by Mr. Hamquist, who knew all about the six seniors, having been with them eight years. Loraine Smith's topic was Bon Voyage, and Mr. Grabou told of the journey. Arnold Christ reported the final treasure at the end of the trail, and Norman Frerking gave the class prophecy. Tabe Loats read the last bequests of articles the seniors would no longer need, presenting them to the juniors. The rest of the evening was spent at the theater. The seniors are Loraine Smith, William Clemans, Tabe Loats, Arnold Christ, Dallas Trenary, and Clarence Baum. Each was given a rose as a favor. The rose is the class flower, and the class motto is Love, Labor, and Laugh. S. S. Training School Closed— The Forest City group's Sunday school teachers' training school clos ed ; lost week Tuesday evening with a 'banquet given by the women's class in the dining- room of the church at Buffalo Center. About 75 persons were present. A short- program was put on consisting of short talks by Mrs. Yahnke, Buffalo Center; Mrs. Harry Moe, Lakota; the Rev. W. H. Lease, Algona; and the Rev. L. G. Gartner, Titonka. At S o'clock all went to their respective class rooms for the Tinal lesson. Everyone who attended school reports having received much help in teaching and general Bible study. Johnsons Attend Musical Event— The Rev. and Mrs. Frank John- .son left last week Wednesday for Des Moines to attend a North Central biennial meeting of school music supervisors, They returned Saturday, and reported a splendid meeting and a musical treat. A high school orchestra and chorus composed of pupils chosen from ten states was a wonderful treat for music lovers. A banquet at the Hotel Fort Des Moines was an enjoyable affair, and Car] Sandburg-, the Chicago poet, entertained the group in his popular way with story and song. | WHAT'S WRONG AND WHERE? tHERE ARE (2 MISTAKE* How good are you at finding mltt«k«tT Th* artist hat Intentionally mad* Mveral obvloua ones In drawing th« above picture. Some of them are eaclly discovered, other* may be hard. See how long it will take YOU to find them. Hot Point Electric Ranges ... A General Electric Product The Cleanest Stove on the Market Let Us Give You a Demonstration Costs 10 to 12c a day to operate Kohlhaas Hardware Teacher's parents i n Accident— Helen Davidson and Hertha JIu le r .spent the week-end a week ago with Miss iluler's parents at Clark.s- ville, and the Mullers brought the gir.Is home the day of the dust storm. AS Mr. and Mrs. Muller were on the way back from Lakota a tire blew out near Titonka, and because of the heavy wind the car went in th e ditch, and later had to be hauled to Titonka for repairs. Mr. Muller was badly bruised, but he drove the car home that night. Mrs. Muller escaped injury. Calf Club Elects Officers- Mrs. Steve Powers came home from Park hospital, Mason City, last week Sunday. She had been there for treatment since, she broke an arm ten days before. In the testing association report for March In' last week's Advance there was an error, It was W. A. Hagedorn who had the high herd. The George Mussmans went to Sheffield Sunday to visit the E. L. Dows. George and Mrs. Dow are brother and sister. William TurJey, manager of the Thompson yards, attended a lumbermen's meeting at Mankato last week. A number of Lakota folks have been fishing at Tuttle Lake and report good catches of bullheads. ' The Harold Pierces visited Mrs. Pierce's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Iveesee, at Ellsworth Sunday. Julia Leisvold and Mrs. Chris Asmusson were Britt visitors last Thursday. The L. J. Needhams spent Sunday at AV'eKs, Minn. L, R,, SENEGA TEAMS BEATEN BY FENTON '9' Fenton, Apr. 2il — The H. S. ba.ll team defeated Lone Rock last week AVetlnesday, 13-2. Lone Rock's pitchers, who were hit freely, were wild. Both teams played ragged ball. Lone Rock started the scoring by making its only two runs on three errors in the second. Fenton evening for Beatrice Kramer. Bunco was the entertainment. Attending were Veneta Volght, Clara Gramenz, Lucille Theesfield, Marjorie Bailey, Margaret Hantelmann, and Verdell Laurltzen, the latter of AVTiittemore. A debate ww held, the rfns consolidation of churches. S. I*. BckhoJm, D. W. Full* ahd J, T. Campbell «PP° se « nn AlSona trio. The Isenberg quartet arid Virginia fruit* futttolwd music.', ' •' Fourth Filling Stntio^ Planned— Swan. City is to have a fourth filling station. O. R. HalfluWt,. of Linn Grove, hns purchased the lots where tlio old Henry Smith feed barns were located, Mrs. Henning Froom, of Brlcelyn, 'Minn., (incl Bernard Olson selling them. A building permit wns granted to Mr. Halquist at the last council meeting. Clmmplin products will be handled. Mr. Hulciulst intends to hire an operator. Grades Present nn Op«rcttn— The first and second grades pro- sented the operetta Spring Glow, parts were: Spring, Inez Helmke; Jack Frost, Goorge Elliott; Bluebird, Mario Brickson. Besides these parts there were maidens, frost elves, Pussy willows, raindrops, Brownies, bees, sunshine fairies, butterflies, and breezes. Bulk Gas Station Delayed— The Rock Island has not yet given the new cooperative 611 company a place to erect its bulk station. William Poole started the tank wagon Monday morning, getting his supply from the Buffalo Center cooperative oil company. Algona Woman Speaks Here- Mrs. A. A. Bishop, Algona, gave a n address at the morning service Sunday at the local Methodist church. She spoke for the local W. F. M. S., the day being the society's annual Thank-offering day. Women Hold F. B. Meeting— An all-day Farm Bureau meeting was held at Mrs. C. O. Peterson's home this week Tuesday. The study was on the tireless cooker and large- quantity meal-planning. Grant School Plans Operetta— The Grant Consolidated school will give its high school operetta April 24. Bits o'Blarney has been chosen, and practice. Is under way. Grant Choir Repeats Cantata— The Grant Methodist choir gave its Easter cantata at the Swea City Methodist church Sunday evening. .Gordon Weisbrod Goes Home— Gordon Weisbrod was entertained at Mike Weisbrod's at supper Sunday after which h e spent the night wit hhis aunt, Mrs. LeRoy Newel, Hartley, leaving by car Monday for Nampa, Ida., his home. He had spent seven months here. Nellis Family Will Return— J. F. Nellis, Waterloo, was here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Nellis expect to return to Fenton in June, and will move into their home, now occupied by the Supt. 'Belkens. ' ( , H. P. Wctsbrod Has Operation— H. P. Weisbrod had an operation for hernia at the McCreery hospital, Whlttemore, last Thursday afternoon, and is recovering. HEADQUARTERS 'or Travellers from Algona and Iowa Mjre popular than ever because of the New College Inn where BEN BERNIE and his orchestra appear nightly HOTU* SHERMAN DRIVE tour Car Wai* Into Hotel Sherman Single room G bath 42?° a day and up Double room & bath $4 a day and up A meeting of the Lakota calf club was held at Jerry Heetland's Friday evening. Lewis Price was elected president; Merle Heetland, vice president; John Winter, secretary- treasurer; Arlene Heetland, publicity reporter. Gus Torine, Nick Behremls, and Virgil Loucks are leaders. This club has members in Ledyard and Lincoln townships and has been doing good work. Lutherans to Observe Anniversary— The Lutherans will celebrate the 40th anniversary o f their organization the first week in May. The Rev. Mr. Boese, Anna Bauman, and Mesdames Kiocke, L. Sachs, and L. Nit z went to Blue Earth last week Monday to look at musical instruments. They plan to buy a new one for the church. Lincoln F. B. Women Meet— The Lincopi township woman's Farm Bureau met at Mrs. Lars Rei- sems Friday, 10 i n attendance. Plans were laid for Achievement day, and for a lesson on making flreless cookers at the home of Mrs. L. Sachs the first week in May. Mesdames PHce, Darg, and Sachs were assisting hostesses. Operation Patient is Recovering— Mrs. Louise Schmitt came home from Rochester last week Sunday She had been there with her daughter, Mrs. Ed Thaves, who had an operation. Ed went up last week Tuesday and brought his wife home Mrs. Thaves is reported as ering satisfactorily. Telephone Representatives Speak— At a meeting of the Commercial club last week Tuesday evening P. M. O'Gara and w. M. Bushgens Mason City, representives of the Northwestern Bell telephone company, gave a lecture and showed pictures of the latest equipment in their line. S. S. Class Has a Party Mesdames Worley, O'Keefe, Clemans, and A. Q. smith entertained th e Dorcas Sunday school class and the husbands at the church last Thursday evening. The time was spent at visiting, playing charades, .-inrl "eats". took the lead in the third by scoring four runs. After this Fenton scored at will. Gross, Newbrough, and Blanchard pitched for Lone Rock, allowing 11 hits and striking out G; Kuecker pitched for Fenton, did not allow a hit, and struck out 12. Fenton defeated Seneca in the second game of the west half county tournament here, 18-5. Fenton scpred at will and did not have the regular lineup at play. Fenton team S. S. Class Celebrates Birthdays— The Methodist Sunday school primary children observed eight birth- clays with candle-lighting services and birthday songs Sunday. ' Other Fenton Kews. -Mrs. John Caughlln, Algona, and her daughter Agatha spent Saturday and Sunday at A. H. Meyer and L. J. \Veisln-od's. The Asa Warners and Jesse o'Keefes, Ledyard, spent Sunday at Mrs*. Henry A^ ^ l•a- ner's. Gwendolyn Borough spent the week-end with Kahryn Stebritz, Lone Rock. Dr. E. W. Ruske and F. C. Bailey made a business trip to Des Moines last week "Wednesday, re gathered six home runs, Krause and one each by two by Priebe, recov- READ THE ADVANCE WAWlBf and Hot treat- goes Hamilton to Hot Springs- Robert Hamilton went to Springs last week to take ment for rheumatism. He BUC , there every year, and finds that the treatments help him. Other Lakota. The F. G. Torines spent Sunday at Perry Torino's, near Swea City. Perry will work with the paving crews west of Swea City again this year, work to commence Monday, April 27. Mrs. Fred Parks, AlgOna, took Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller to Iowa Dreyer, and Arthur and Amy Kuecker. Ranny pitched for Fenton; Schuler and Knutsen for Seneca. Juniors Banquet the Seniors— The annual junior senior banquet was held Friday evening at the Kermore hotel, Emmetsburg. The decorations carried out an April shower idea. Crepe paper in rainbow colors was suspended from, the celling over the tables, with the end of each streamer in emerald green and white, the class colors. Miniature umbrellas at plates contained the toast program and menu. The program carried out a Miracles of April idea: Welcome to Spring, Martin Pertl; Spring, Marjorie Bailey; Thunder Showers, Miss Gilbert; Sunshine, August Krause; the Budding Daisy, Ella Dreyer; the Daisy, Alice Hantelmann; April a'Dew (Adieu), Supt. Belken. A four-course dinner consisted of; Rooster feathers; corduroy icicles, roast early risers, green rulers, staff of life, defeated Irish, the juice, glazed marbles, cold-hearted, woody relish, consolidated honey comb, the yellow peril, cherubs' delight, Lucky Strikes, imbeciles' headlights, witches' brew. Woman's Club Hears Program— The April meeting of the Woman's club, was held last week Tuesday at Mrs. E. J. Frank's, Mrs. E. W. Ruske, assisting. Roll call was answered with wisecracks. Short book reviews of novels of today were given by Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod. The Sinclair Lewis book which recently won the Nobel prize was the main topic. Officers were elected: president, Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod; vice president, Mrs. A. H. Meyer; secretary, Mrs, W. T. Ohm; treasurer, Mrs. j. A. Schwartz. The sum of $5 was voted for care of a flower bed at the school grounds. The meeting was closed with piano selections by Virginia Frank. A two- course luncheon was served. turning Thursday. Mrs. Ruske drove to spencer Wednesday afternoon to visit her mother, Mrs. L. J. Olson, and other relatives till Friday evening. Mrs. G. F. Rockwood and her small son Roxy returned to their home at Worthington, Minn., last week Tuesday, after a few days, with the former's parents, Mr. andi Dennis Smith. Mr. nr.d Mrs. G. M. .Miller, Ringsted, spent Sunday at their daughter Mrs. C. G. Humphrey's. The F. J. Weisbrods and Mrs. Emma Curry called Sunday afternoon at E. L. Baker's, Armstrong 1 . The Afternoon bridge club was entertained at Mrs. F. C. Bailey's Saturday. The high score was won by Mrs. G. D. Belken. Mrs. H. H. Widdel, Mrs. Nels Wilberg, and Mrs. P. H. Jensen attended a meeting of the Sencea Aid at Mrg. Millen Jensen's last Thursday. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and Mrs. H. E. Relmers .attended a bridge party at Ella Burke's, Whittemore, last week Wednesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Helmer, Chicago, who were looking after business matters here last week, visited the Dr. J. T. Waltes Friday Martha Gilbert, English and music teacher, spent the week-end with her parents at 'Garner. Other Swea City. The junior boys' baseball aspirants are practicing, and "Jeff Hanifan, coach, is eliminating poor players as f.ist as possible. Between GO and 70 boy? have entered, including boys from Ledyard, Grant, and Lone Rouk. Uniforms are being con siclcred. Burton Thompson and Florence Dinzy, who take the leading parts in the senior class play, The Em of the Lane, hud their pictures in the Mason City Globe-Gazette early in the week. The play will be give n May 1 at the high school audi torium. The Louis Eckholms have moved into the L. A. Anderson house, and the AJbin Petersons have moved into the I^ushton house vacated by Eckholms. The Poltons will occupy the house vacated by the Petersons. The Rev. B. L. Weaver drove to Pomeroy Monday and Mrs. AVeaver, who had been visiting a daughter there, returned with him. Gail Weaver and Theodaro Hovey, of Waldorf college, Forest City, spent the week-end with their respective parents. The Methodist Aid is planning a May breakfast on May 1, and the patronage of the public is invited. Goods auctioned off at the L. A. Anderson- sale Saturday brought good prices in spite of rain. Frances W. Suer and Harold Krause, of Fort Dodge, spent the week-end here. The second 16,000-egg incubator was started at the local hatchery one day last week. OR TRADE— 2 good lots in Terrace Park, Okoboji. Excellently located for cottage purposes, and in desirable neighborhood.—If interested write Lock Box 122, Algona, la. City, Saturday. Mrs. bee n sick for six Miller has and she entered a hospital there for treatment, Geronsins in Auto Accident— The C, H. Geronsins and E. C. Fauerbys visited Sunday at Henrik Fauerby's, Eldora, and on the way home that night the Gerpp. sins ran into a truck, -without lights near Garner and damaged their car so badly that it could not be driven, home. They took a bus to Algona, where they wer^ met by F. C. Bailey.^ Pqrty Honors Beatrice 4, Mrthda-y surprise PArty given at Frank BaHey's gaturday DAMAGE SUITS DO NOT WORRY S,C, COUNCIL Swe a City, Apr. 21 — Swea City has been insured for damages which may arise from obstructions in the street and Icy or defective sidewalks, etc. Local traffic, with ait- tending 'hazards, has increased vastly the 'last lew years, especially on No, 9, which passes directly through town. Since the paving was laid tourist cars pass constantly. The town has had employe liability insurance ever since the law was enacted. Methodist Men J^ose Contest— The men and women of the Methodist S. S. conducted an attendance contest for several weeks proceeding Easter, and the women won by a email margin. 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