Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1931 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 14, 1931
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Before buying for your party lunches or picnics you should see our assortment of Spreads and Cheese, Cookies, Crackers, and Liquid Yuban Coffee. QUALITY ABOVE PRICE ALWAYS TUNE IN—Enjoy the Maytag Radio Hour over N.B.C. Coast to Coast Blue Network—Every Monday, Daylight Saving Time, 9:00 P.M., E.T.— 8:00 C. T.—7:00 M.T.—<S:00 P. C. T. Standard time is one hour earlier. 20-30 BURT JUNIORS ARE HOSTS TO SENIOR CLASS Burt, May 12 — The annual Junior-senior banquet was held In the dining room of the Presbyterian church -Friday evening, served by mothers of the juniors, Tables and room were decorated In green and silver, colors of the seniors. Besides the two classes, all the teachers and Mrs. Maude Hanna, president of the school board, were , guests. The class motto', Tonight We Launch; Where Shall We Anchor? furnished .the theme for a toast program, each speaker using the idea of a ship en voyage. Bruce Clifton, president of the juniors, was toastmaster and gave The Farewells; The Start of the Voyage was given by George Graham; Mid-Ocean, by Emil Lov- stnd; The Distant Glimmer of Lights, by Raemond Koestler; The Port, by Willard Stow. There was vocal niusic by a trio, followed by a one-act play, Romeo and Juliet. The program was telephoned to Mrs. O. Chipman, junior mother who has been confined -to bed many months. The idea was conceived by Bruce Clifton and Willard Stow, who had -a telephone installed at the church, and Mrs. Chipman received the program by 'radio earphones. The juniors have the distinction ot being the first class here thus to send their program via wire. Tootliinnn Fimwnl is Large— Among out-of-town relatives and friends who attended the funeral oC Merrill Toothman last week Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. John Cran, Humboldt; Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Toothman and son Harold, Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Toothman and two sons, Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Anderson, Allerton; Mr. and .Mrs. Oscar. Anderson and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Godfredson and daughter, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Calvert Cran, Eagle Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cran and daughters, Humboldt; and Mrs. J. Peterson and sons Raymond and Nels, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Montgomery, Forest City; Wilma Jorgenson, Waterloo; L bretnmel, and Mrs Maude Hanna attended a county federation meeting at Lu Verne last week Tuesday. Mrs. Weir was elected secretary. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Baum, Lakota, Arthur Baum, and two friends, Austin, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wltkey, Clear Lake, were Sunday dinner guests at E. C. Sehwle- tert's. F. L. Pratt returned last week and Mrs. Dodge. Myrtle Waldron, Fort Wednesday fram Elkhorn, Wls., where he had taken his parents, the W. B. Pratts. They remained for a longer visit with relatives. Mrs. Sadie Schenck and daughter Mildred, Minneapolis, spent last week at the L. H. Schenck home. They are Mr. Schenck's mother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Trainer and Mr. and Mrs. Hollts Trainer visited friends at Truman, Minn., Sunday. The Trainers formerly lived there. Joseph E. Reichort, Brlcelyn, Minn., came Saturday and visited till Sunday at his niece Mrs. J. T. Heaney's, and the Heaneys took him back. Fernley iBettln and Russell Chipman came up from Ames and spent the week-end with their parents. The Bettlns took them back Sunday. E. O. Chipman and Luther Meliza were Mason City visitors Saturday, and Howard Chipman came home witli them for the week-end. Mrs. C. W. Patterson, son Gardner, and George Schroeder visited Wendell Patterson and John Schroeder at Ames Saturday Mrs. Will Wagner, Oelweln was a guest from last Thursday to Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Mann. The L. L. Clements, Ames, spent the week-end with Mrs. Clement's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Blossom. The Home Guards met Saturday afternoon at Dorothy Brooke's; Ella Woltz,, assisting hostess. The Rev. and Mrs. L. Rlchmann spent several days last week with relatives at Readlyn. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Melnzer visited Mrs. Meinzer's mother at Fort Dodge Sunday. The Sewing Circle will meet with Mrs. Clark Coffin this week Thurs- dav afternoon. Doctor and Mrs. D. E. Kulp, Emmetsburg, visited Sunday at O. P. McDonald's. Mrs. C. F. Whalen entertained the Fortnightly club last week Wednesday. gram and exhibit at the schoqlhouee this week tYlday evening?; Methodists Observe Mothers' Day- Mother's day services were held at the Methodist church Sunday morn- Ing. Following the opening program,, three children were baptized. They were Carol Marylln and Darrell Meredith, Infant children of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brdtnan, and the little daughter of Mrs. Frank Fox, Marcella Bernlce. Mrs. Lawrence Hansen sang a solo, Mrs. Theron Hansen and Miss Maurlne Hansen a duet. Maurlne Hansen and the Mesdames Lawrence Hansen, George j Aldrlch, and Lester Lease sang as a quartette. The Hev. Mr. Moore spoke Interestingly from: ". . . and caused a throne to be set for the king's mother, and she sat on his right hand." June Dlmond and Ernia Ward gave readings; and there was music by 'the choir and congregation. Study Club Closes Year— • The Study club met with Mrs. Vincent DaUghan last week Thursday. This was the last regular meeting of the year. Only social meetings will be held during the summer. Mrs. George Aldrich read an excellent paper on the Origin and Observance of Mother's day: She also read a poem, 'Poor Old Mothers," by Charles E. Ross. Election of officers will be held Thursday, May 21, at a meeting with Mrs. A. M, Lease. Five Attend W. H. M. S. Meet- Five members of the local Methodist W. F. M. S. attended a district convention at Forest City last week Ray- John Amesbury; Theron Hansen, and Gordon C. Glddings. Wednesday: the Mesdamee mond Hansen, Hans Hansen, Wednesday afternoon. A dish lunch will be served. ' Sunday .school claw meet* tnte week Tuesday evening with Mr. and MM. ddrdon C. Olddlngs. • Mr. and Mrs. George Lloyd, Britt, and Robert Hutchison, Algona, were among out-of-town persons who attended funeral services for Hugh McCutchln, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wester were expected home this week Tuesday, Mr. Wester Is traveling for the Carl Ehlers Produce Co., New York City and has been gojie a week. . Mr. and Mrs. Ed Doyle, Williams, spent a few days with Mrs. Doyle s sister, Mrs. Murphy, and left Monday with the Lawrence RIckes, also of Williams. The Bill Garman family has moved Into Mrs. Ed Casler's house, and Mrs. easier will have a room at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Gale Stockwell. Dorothy Hauptman, stenographer who came to act as bridesmaid for her sister Irma last week Tuesday returned Monday to Charles City. • Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Metirer visited Mrs. J. W. Finders, nt Des Molnes Friday to Sunday night. Sid Lloy< had charge of the harness shop. Mrs. A. L. Kleinpeter, Adele, am Frank Burke, Dodgeville, Wls., who has been visiting here, leave thlr week Tuesday for Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hansen vlsitec their son Howard and his wife a Clear Lake Sunday afternoon. The R. J. Hanson family has mov ed Into the Joe Loebig house, whlcl has been redecorated. Mrs. Frank Bonnstetter and he two sons visited at Goodell Satur day and Sunday. A son was.born last Thursday t Mr. and Mrs. Albert Yegge. Mrs. Richard Van Horn is serl ously sick with pneumonia. are Hollow Groi VIEW Uurham-Duple* user* are often IN that such a wper-keen blade holds for shave after shave. It is a known fact that a hollow-ground edge does J loafer. No other blade is thick enough to be holl ground to such a fine edge as Durham-Duplex Blad*' Twelve toiffion men, now, have proven for themselves fanoui Durban-Duplex Blades are the longest, sfror at btedes on earth. Discover it for youneif— today! lnt»teh»nt»»ht» 0/Mte SOo /or jMeJu4«of j. At All Uading Dealers URHAM Schencks in Family Gathering— In honor of Mrs. Sadie Schenck and her daughter Mildred, who visited last week at the L. H. Schenck home, the local Schencks entertained relatives and friends Saturday evening. Guests were; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, the Harry Wards, C. D. Ward, son Arthur, and the A. B. Schencks, all of Algona; Horace Schenck, Titonka; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Elston, Mrs. Mayme Hofius, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel, and Eleanor and Mrs. Maude Hanna and Charles, of Burt. • Phones 290 and 291. New Teachers Aro Announced At a meeting of the school board last week Monday evening, Alice Eighme, who is teaching at Rodman, was engaged to fill the vacancy caused by resignation of Helen Johnstone, teacher of the junior high. Miss Anderson, Hayfield, was engaged as 3rd and 4th grade teacher. Rudolph Timmel has resigned his position as orchestra leader and high school teacher here to accept a position in Oconomowoc, Wis., his home town. This vacancy has not yet been filled. Methodist Pastors Meet Here— A monthly pastors' group meeting was held at the Methodist parsonage Monday, and a covered-dish luncheon at noon was followed by the usual business and social meeting. The Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Lease, the Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse, Algona, the Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Moore, Wesley, the Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Reyman, Lu Verne, the Rev, and Mrs. Allan H. Wood, of Good Hope, and the Rev. L. G. Gartner, Titonka, attended., Senior Class Play Tonight— The senior class play, Looking Lovely, will be given at Beltone theater Thursday evening-. The baccalaureate service will be held at the Presbyterian church next unday evening. Commencement xercises will be at the Methodist lurch next week Wednesday even- ig. The president of Luther col- ige, Oscar Olseu, will deliver the ddress. There are 21 in this year's raduatlng class, School closes lay 22, Vomau's Club Ends Year— The final meeting of the Wo- Mrs. F. O. Stow is spending a few days at the Chas. Phelps home. The C. C. and K. J. Smiths visited relatives at Jefferson Sunday. WESLEY C, D, A, INITIATES 15 NEW MEMBERS Wesley, May 12 — The Catholic Daughters of America held initiation of members at their hall Sunday afternoon, beginning at 1:30. The was put on by the home team, consisting of the local officers. Three girls, Rita Studer, June Haverly, and June Adele Kunz gave a pantomime representing Faith, Hope, and Charity. Four girls, Gladys Haverly, Elaine Studer, Make dry cleaning not only an economy operation in the way of getting longer wearing service out of your clothes but gain added economy through the low Dry Cleaning prices we offer. You cannot get better work. You won't find lower prices. Elk Cleaners & Tailors Phone 330. Comer Call and Dodge Streets. tun's club was held at Mrs. Donald Veir's Monday evening. It was to ave been a picnic supper at the Ambrose A. Call state park, but be- ause of cold, rainy weather it was hanged. A picnic supper at 5 was ollowed by a business meeting and Mary Ormeby, Mary Agnes Kunz sang, On This Day, Oh, Beautiful Mother. The hall was decorated in pastel colors, and x a banquet given to 100 guests at 6:30. Further decorations of pink and white carnations were used, In honor of Mothers' day A short program of toasts, with Father Wessling as toastmaster, was given during the banquet. Miss Jennie Cooney, Algona, District Deputy, was present and took part. The members had been divided into two teams, Mrs. Leo Bleich and Miss Leona Siemer, captains. Miss Set- mer's eide was winner, having obtained ten of the 15 members. The losers will give a banquet for the winners in about three weeks. School Events Next Week- Next week will be occupied with events connected with the close of the public school and the graduating class. The Rev. Mr. Moore delivers the baccalaureate eermon at the Bell theater next week Sunday evening. Cornmoneoment exercises will take place next week Monday evening, Doctor Bennett, Des Moines, the speaker. The senior play, Patty Makes Things Hum, will oe given next week Thursday evening. The Junior-Senior banquet will tie given at Algona' next week Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Hortense Ferguson. The decorations will be "Indian" in character. A theater party will follow the banquet. A baseball game with Cor- wlth Friday, resulted in a victory of 9-0 in favor of Wesley. Supt. and Mrs. Swanson were to entertain the Other "Wesley News. Mr. and "Mrs. John Amesbury and Edwin Klooz went to Watei'loo Sunday, where the Evangelical church conference was in progress. Mr. Klooz's father, an Evangelical pastor, accompanied by hie wife, was attending the conference, and Mr. Klooz wished to see his parents on Mothers' day. He and the, Ames- burys attended the dedication of a nurses' home recently erected in connection With Allen Memorial hospital. They also saw many friends. Mrs. Maggie Immerfall, Avon, on her way home irony the funeral of her sister, Mrs. George Spangler, Freeport, 111., stopped at Wesley to visit relatives; went from here to St. Benedict and then to Mallard, to visit her oldest brother, August Studer. She left from Mallard for home Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Uhlenhake, Stockholm, Wis., and two sons visited from Saturday to this week Tuesday with the Gus Brandts, R. C. Bauers, and John Uhlenhakes. They left for Forts. Madison to visit his sisters, the Mesdames George and Joe 1 Krogmeler. Mrs. Inga Nelson, Buffalo, New York, who visited at the Olaf Funnemark home, left Friday night to visit her cousin, Mrs. J. T. Bohannon, Algona. She was to leave this week Monday or Tuesday, to visit her brother, Charles Halvorson, Edgely, N. D. George and Frank Spangjer, sons of the late Mrs. George Spangler, Freeport, 111., on their way back from the funeral visited Wesley relatives last Thursday night, and the next day proceeded to their homes at Everly and Spirit Lake, respectively. •Ill m GUARANTEED PI I KX TO YIELD TO • •LEV CHINESE HERD The Methodist Aid will meet in the church basement this week OARANTEE .0 YIELD T . CHINESE HERI If you suffer from itching, blind, fcrotrudlng or bleeding Piles you arel likely to be amazed at the soothing, healing: power of the rare. Imported Chinese Herb, which fortifies Dr. Nixon's Chlnarold. It's the newest and fastest acting 1 treatment out. Brings ease and comfort in a few minutes so that you can work and enjoy life while it continues Ha Boothlng, healing action. Don't delay. Act In time to avoid a dangerous and costly operation. 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The Inland Finance Corp. Algona Phone 55 First Boor North of Iowa State Bank. a short program: roll call, My Fa- orite Musical Instrument; round- able, The Most Interesting Place iver Saw, Mrs. H. O. Buell. Do you know 'i You can buy a Pontiac, delivered equipped in Algona for only This price is for the Standard Coupe or the Two-door Sedan. All models equipped with front and rear bumpers, four hydraulic shock absorbers, five wire wheels, extra tire, tube and tire lock. Or, if you prefer, wood*wheels are optional. seniors and faculty Monday evening. Miss Conrad has charge of the music for all of next week's events. Everyone is invited to attend a pro- 'upils to Oivc Playlet— The lust P. T. A. meeting of the -ear will be held this Wednesday. The program will include a playlet }y the pupils of the junior high .chool. There will also be an ex- libit of the year's school work. Officers for the coming year will be elected. OuUdulc Patient is Improving— J. N. Holding, son C. L., and the latter's son Jlmmle went to Oakdale Saturday to visit Mrs. J. N. Holding, whom they found much Improved. Eighth Graders Write Tests— Fourteen rural eighth graders took examinations at the schoolhouse last Thursday and Friday. Johns Have a New Sou— Mr. and Mrs. R. S. John are parents of a son, born Saturday. Miss Madsen, Lone Rock, is nurse. Other Burt. A. J. Peters and his sister-in-law, Anna Storey, left last week Wednesday for Edgewood after a short visit at the homes of Mr. Peters's brothers, Dr. W. T. Peters and W. A. Peters. Mr. Peters's home is at Monrovia, Calif. Mr. and Mre. Aage Anderson, Waterloo, spent a few days over the week-end with Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs. Tillle Dexter. Mr. 'and Mrs. Clayton Johnson, Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. Raney Putz were other Sunday guests. Mrs. Donald Weir, Mrs. G. J. F. VogeJ, Mrs. A- H. Wetaser, Mrs, p. RUPTURE EXPERT HERE (.'.. F. 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