Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 30, 1931 · Page 7
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at icraih home from school. "nd"John Becker and Mary n tsch wa* not e * pect ^ u ^ /but would recover. *he *. Lvwi by John Beck*, «d ot cobs and MMren ' PAPERS Printed Last Week .'.»*' --it elreotatlon by far In Koisnth. tk« Volume 30 ALGONA, IOWA, APRIL 30, 1931 t'f .t wren did not Bee a^assen- , "hlch approached the sta- gey drove onto the tracks hTtraln came upon them. Inner's inquest in; which a Sited of Thoa, Carmody, White and John 8. Cullen. !eer testified that he saw "„ Just as It droVe-on ..the aUt he put on the brakes, . liYmoed away to avoid be- PRESBYTERIAL MEET HELD AT LAKOTA 2 DAYS Lakota, Apr. 28 — The spring session of the Font Dodge Presbytery met at the local church last week Tuesday and Wednesday. The Tuesday afternoon session was given to discussion of present day problems, especially Sunday evening services. At the 7:30 service the Moderator, the Rev. Mr. Jones, of Olldden, presided. Special music was given by the choir and a bass solo by-Jerry • Ukeria. The Rev. Mr. Jones -preached -from' second 'Corinthians T, 8th verse, "And He wae seen of, me also." After the. sermon a>" new -Moderator, 1 the/Rev. Walter Rothwell, of Churdan, was elected. be composed church. of men from the lury J Slid, Ch nela separate Intuiestfl t ,,..d, and In each case re- verdict that the train, was lleo at unreasonable Bpeed. The Ta* 20 minutes late and was ' ^t between 20 and 30 mile* W hen It hit the wagon. •nLnMM E- Button, widow of J. Z on, who had been killed when 'under a moving Northwest, .train here, obtained a verdict ,5000 against the Illinoisi Com- 'rii Men's association In dtetrlct rt after a short hearing. The II- lrt concern had refused to pay ground that It did not have a se to operate In Iowa, but the t held, after witnesses had testl- the company had been do- In Iowa for years,'that B. J. Murtagh was Wednesday were given. . reports of ministers 'A young man from Chnrch Festival Sunday— The Lutheran church will hold Us 40th anniversary festival Sunday, May 3. Souvenir booklets giving church history, biography, and pictures of all ministers and church rules, are being printed. Library Benefit Clears $18— The Priscllla club sponsored a silver tea for the benefit of the .Seymour library April 15 and cleared $18. This will be used to buy new books, Mrs. Abe Lester Is Dead- Mrs. Abe ("Grandma") Lester, who has been 111 at the home of her daughter, Mrs... Schaper,, for. many weeks, died Sunday afternoon. Farm Brings $90 Per Acre— , The.O. A. .Christ-farm southeast of town was sold two weeks ago to Fred Ubben for $90 an acre. Tom Tamen conducted the sale. I that j business t W as liable. Boone was taken under the care of the Presbytery that he may receive aid from the board to prepare for the ministry. Another young man from the Omaha Seminary was examined to be admitted In the Fort Dodge Presbytery. Attendance to- talled 45 ministers and 25 elders. Leag-ne Members Entertained— The Lakota-Ledyard E. L. was host to the Forest City group Friday night at the Lakota church. The second Aid division served dinner at 7 o'clock, after which the following program was given by the Lakota-Ledyard group: Abide With Me, Ledyard; orchestra; song feet, reading, James Logan; In the Twilight, Ledyard orchestra; reading, Lorraine Smith; play, A Job for 2 Cents, Epworth Leaguers; talk, Other Lakota. Mrs. Fred Parks, Algona, and Inted receiver for the company «as authorized to'collect as- ,ents In Iowa till the $5,000 was t t t Oeerge E. Boyle, Whlttemore, had chosen president of the Kos- juth Horse company. J; O. Paxson named vice president; W, E. onald, secretary. The company, ed some years before, had pyr- teed a high-class stallion, and was Coring to raise the quality of «s In the county. The company I been offered $1,000 for its stal- t t t Bids for a new County tank Savings , building were to be opened at _Moines, and B. J. Murtagh, E. J. lOilmore, C. B. Hutchins, S. E. Mc- .hon, Andrew Peterson, and Gard- Cowles were to represent the ank. The cost was expected to ich $12,000. t t t Mrs. Mabel Qiiom-HHhlsh, woman jgelist, was to conduct revival >tlngs at the Methodist church. t t-t Dr, Walter Krosensky and Tressa Matthews had been married at Iowa City and had located at Greeley, t t t , Clarion had voted daytime electric Ight service in addition to the cus- ary night service. Algona had nit on day service only a year or so efore. ' «.'•' t t t Grant Dourto, Swea City, had Okobojl . Institute, the Rev. Mr. Lease; prayer and benediction, the Rev. Mr. Howe. Aid Entertained at Lcilynrd— The Methodist Aid and friends of the church were entertained last week Thursday by the Ledyard Aid in the Ledyard church. The Aids from Swea City and Grant Center churches were also guests. A good program was given consisting of readings, music, an& songs. A number of special Interest was two selections by the Kinder band, composed of 30 children from the school under the direction of Mrs. Stevenson. Lunch was served after the program to SO. Former Visitor Is low— Mrs. Ed Kahl's sister, Mrs. Denzel, of Forest City, who had visited , a few weeks at the Kan Is, went j home the first of last week. She has been sick for some months and Mrs. Kahl received word last week Wednesday that she was much worse. Mrs. Kahl went to Forest City last Thursday and stayed till Saturday and eays her sister is very low. Pupils Give F. B. Program- Lincoln township's general Farm Bureau meeting was held at George Juttlng's Friday night, and 40 attended. Mrs. Henry Hofbauer talked on the woman's project and Wilma Glorifield's pupils, from Dls- Frank Miller went to Iowa City last week Wednesday to visit Mrs. Miller, who Is a patient In the U. hosr pltal. Mrs. Parks returned Saturday and reports Mrs. Miller's condition unchanged. Mr. Miller remained at the hospital with his wife. The Rev. Paul Parker of Fort Dodge, who was attending Presbytery, was a dinner guest of the J. H. Warburtons. Mrs. Parker's father, Will Arundale, Yorkvllle, 111., 'and Mr. Warburton were boyhood friends when the Warburtons lived in Illinois. The Rev. and Mrs. Frank Johnson were dinner guests of the Clifton Engelbys near Ledyard, Sunday. The Rev. Mr. Johnson baptized the Engelby son Orvllle Edward the same afternoon. Dr. G. J. Schuell, formerly of La- THUS, CARMODY SEES BROTHER ORDAINED Whlttemore, Apr. 28—Thos. Carmody attended recent . ordination ceremonies for his foster-brother, Father Robert Carmody-Boyle, at Chicago. The new priest, who entered St. Mary's academy In October, 1911, at five years old and remained there till 1917, said hla first mass a week ago Sunday at St. Clara's church, Chicago, having been ordained the day before 'at the Mundeleln Seminary at St. Mary's of the Lake, which he had attended six years. Bernard Scheld, cousin of Father Carmody-Boyle, Is In his flr.st year In the same school and Is the "baby" of the seminary. Josle McEvoy, of Clare, formerly Emmetsburg, was pianist "during ' the mass. 'Mayor Thos. Carmody '• attended a brilliant banquet served In honor of Father Carmody-Boyle, as did, also, Mrs. Mary Nevill, of St. Louis, staler of Nellie. Carmody and Thomas. A St. Louis ntfece, Mary Weir, of Mrs. Nevill, Thomas, and Nellie, was also In attendance.. The new priest was born at Chicago November 6, .1906, and in 1911 was brought to Emmetsburg to live with the late Mrs. Thos. Carmody Sr. and her daughter Millie. He accompanied them to Chicago In 1917. ALGONA WINS TRACK MEET HERE EASILY fine showing by the local team In the North Central Little Six meet at Webster City tomorrow, In .which he has entered 14 men. Williams and Cretzmeyer have done the 100 yd. dash In about 110:05, which Is good time for high school meets. Edward Ostrum In. the high jump with a record of 6 ft,, S In., Lewis Moore In the half mile at 2:15, Jordan In the mile at i5:10, and Williams in the broad jump at 20 feet, 5 Inches are mainstays on which Coach Bonham bases his hopes. The half-mile relay team with a time of 1:41 and the mile team with a time of 3:56 are also sure ot winning points. Dick Cowan to good for about a 10-ft. pole vault, and Kenneth Cowan puts the shot at 40 feet, the javelin-throw at 140, and the discus at about 100 feet. Adding ROLLS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS DAILY Bread POUND LOAF < BOOTH BROILED SARDINES 2 i' Held FLAT in the Face, •iZORCO, RING BOLOGNA Fresh Smoked Per Ring IQc SUNNY LAND TOMATOES Full No. 2 cans 3 cans GEHUINE BARTLETT PEARS NO. 10 CAN FRESH OREGON PRUNES NO. 10 CAN kota, who has been taking" post graduate work at Chicago, has finally located at Lincoln, Neb. Fred Jager has purchased the late Robert Prlngle house and will repair it to rent to his daughter and husband, the Francis Adams. . — I. E. Wortman and E. R. Worley attended a county bankers' meeting at Bancroft Thursday night. The Alrec BoeckhoHs, Tltonka, visited the Joe Faulkners Sunday afternoon. ' >,< Mr. and Mrs. Lou Meyers are parents of a daughter, born Friday. This is the first child. The Algona track team won a meet-here Saturday by a. high margin over teams from three other towns, Emmetsburg, Clear Lake, and Buffalo Center. Algona won 75 points as contrasted with 37 for Buffalo Center, -35 for Emmetsburg, and 28 for Clear Lake. Coach Aubrey Bonham predicts a GRANULATED SUGAR Limit, one bag with purchase of $1.00 or more. 10 POUND BAG IDAHO RUSSET POTATOES Excellent Baked or Boiled 15 LB. PECK 30c ,PER BUSHEL___ u: 191 'tfi the correct-* m Diagonal Stroke. $1.19 CONSIDERING THE POPULA- tion of its territory, the Advance covers its field more completely than the Chicago Tribune or any own 45tf other dally paper covers Its territory. B a record trip home from Long- mt, Colo., in his Stanley steamer, iring 968 miles in five days. Paying was discussed by business Sunday school <?. men and the council at the regular roast last week liprll meeting, and Aldermen Bar- and 18 attended. Iton, Falkenhainer, and Galbratth e a for physical •were appointed as council committee |to investigate legal questions.- Pav- ; intersections were the big prob- The cost, if paid by the city •would be prohibitive, but if it could |l» assessed against adjoining lots the paving could be financed, t t t i Btone Yalley field meet and de- tlamatory contest was to be held |fcete, Algona, Eagle Grove; Clarion, •ton, Humboldt, Goldfleld, Port dge, and Rolfe competing. This Iws the biggest event In high school •circles hereabouts at the time, Speo- W trains, one from' Webster City, other from Hampton, were ea. Ed Clark was Algona's •representative In the declamatory [contest. The field meet was to be •MM at the fair grounds, and the l*ag]e Grove and Algona bands and l» arum corps from Humboldt were l)» parade the streets to attract spec- |tators, ..-'.' t t t postofflce was to discontinue y morning general delivery KrU ' and A1 sonlans who wanted on Sunday -would haye to-rent e8 ' Mt p> Weavw. .postmaster, mal1 would be distributed but n ° 10nger be dellvered at win ' trlct No. 6, gave a program. A general discussion of legislative matters was taken up, after which lunch was served. S. S. Class Has Wiener Roast— The Methodist young peoples Sunday school class held a wiener Monday evening Cold weather call- exercise to keep warm, but "the" hot fpod tasted better, and a roaring fire made the evening enjoyable. Mrs. Harry Moe's Sister Dies- Mrs. Harry Moe learned last Thursday that her sister in Spokane, Wash., died that morning. Feed Grinding At Lowest Price.. Machine equipped with elevator —electric 1»B™,T self-starter—powerful motor. Alfalfa oats, ooy beani, corn, etc., jpoun*^ mix your own oil meal and iced*— greater livestock profits. Phone! We pay for call. Portable Milling Co. Algona—Phone 47. Wesley—Phone 77. Whlttemore—Phone 50. Swea City—Phone SOI. CAROLINA WOMAN Lost 47 Ids, In 3 Months and Feels Years Younger "I have been taking Kruschen Salts for nearly three months. I have continued taking one teaspoonful in warm water every morning. 1 then weighed 217 pounds, was always bothered with pains In my bank and lower part of abdomen and fides. "Now I am glad to say I am a well woman, feel much stronger, years younger and my weight is 170 pounds. I do not only feel better but I look better, so all my friends say. "I shall never be without Kruschen Salts, will never cease taking my daily dose and more than glad to highly recommend it for the great good that is In it." Mrs. S. A. Solomon, New Bern, N. C., Janv, 1930. "P. S. You may think I an*f exaggerating by writing such a long letter but truly I feel so indebted to you for putting out such wonderful salts that I' cannot say enough." A bottle of Kruschen Salts that lasts 4 weeks costs but 85 cents at B. W. Lusby's and druggists the world over, Take one half teaspoon In a glass of hot water every morning before breakfast. Attention to • diet will help—cut out pastry and fatty meats—go light on potatoes, butter, cream and sugar—the Kruschen way Is the safe way to lose fat. Try one bottle and if> not joyfully satisfied- money back. POST TOASTIES and Corn Flakes Large package _ lOc That's the Dnrhun-Dnplex secret. A smooth, sliding stroke OCTOM the beard. En- jojed only with the Durham- Duplex because it's specialty designed to lie/Zofonffce/oee. Learn it in a minute and get the benefit of the long, soap honed Durham-Duplex blades for life. ROB ROSS FRUIT GEL 4 pkgs. l EATWELL PRESERVES 2 LB. JAR I PRO LAC Starting 1 and Laying MASH 8 1-3 LB. 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( oriucr Hancock county auditor nrnu* 861 " 10 " 8 troub le. a checking "J™" 68 ha vl"g reported what ap- «*L° be $2 ' 00 °- Peculations. The "wttee said the auditor had pre- jwa bills twice, for payment tak- ' uie second payment for personal uJ~?°t the auditor's own coal was sea to the county. The money , ., Mrs. Clemans and son Bob took her and the children to Minneapolis that night to catch a train west. Mr. Moe was at Iowa Falls and was not able to accompany her, Girl Becovers from Operation- Betty, little daughter of the Arthur Andersons, west of town, was operated- on for appendicitte last week Monday at the Park hospital at Mason City. She has been seriously ill since the operation, but is now Improved. _ Aid 'Nets MO on Supper— The first division of the Methodist Aid served a 25c supper at the church last week Tuesday evening. Presbytery was In session at the focal church, and the ladies served a number of strangers beside local folk and took in $40. 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