Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1931 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 14, 1931
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FAOBTWO ROSStJTlt COUNTY A6VANC1JL ALQONA. 10W4 1930 Chevrolet coupe 1930 Ford coupe 1929 Chevrolet coach 1927 Ford Tudor 1926 Dodge sedan Dodge touring 1—4-passenger Buick coupe 1—1928 Chevrolet truck with grain box 1—Model T Ford pick-up box 2 truck stake platforms, 6x8 and 6x9 feet 1 Sunstrand Adding Machine, good shape, $30.00. KOHLHAAS BROS. Phone 200 . COUNTY CLUBS NAME OFFICERS AT LUJIERNE Lu Verne, May 12 — Lu Verne's federated clubs, the J. J., the Tuesday, and the Progressive clubs were hostesses to the county federation last week Tuesday at. an' all-day meeting. A business meeting at 1 ; 1 o'clock was largely attended. Dinner was served In the Community hall, and the favors were tulips of all colors. There were 104 registrations. After dinner a program was given at the Methodist church, but first officers were eleoted for two years: president, Mrs. J. H. Warburton, Lakota; vice president, Mrs. Ray Stone, Lu Verne; treasurer, Mrs. Winnlfred Jergensori, Union township; secretary, Mrs. Donald Weir, Hurt. A Lu Verne quartet opened the program with One Fleet- Ing Hour, followed by two numbers by the county chorus led by Mr. White's Grocery Extra Special I While They Last! One pound Hershey's Cocoa One-half pound Baking Chocolate One can Hershey's Chocolate syrup One Hershey Recipe Book, valued at 50c Total Value $1.18 All four items only •erlously sick with diabetes and dropsy,*'and little hope Is held out for recovery. She Is a sister of Mrs. J. W. Phillips. The i visitors left for home'Monday. •Mr. and Mrs Vern Stone and twins, : of Mason City, .were visitors at the • Mrs. Martha Stone home Sunday evening. They were en route home from Algona, where they visited Mrs. W. H. Godfrey and Bertha. While there they played thelf violins In the Methodist church dur- Ing morning service. They are now eight years old. Mrs. Carl Swanson, who has been In Mercy hospital Fort Dodge for two weeks after two operations for mastoid and sinus trouble, Is now at the home of her parents, the Julius Striplings, and Is recovering rapidly. She returned Monday. The Woman's Missionary society of the Evangelical church met last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Walter Heftl. Mrs. D. Lang had charge of the meeting. Florence Hof gave the lesson on Porto Rico . The less served a dainty lunch. Mrs. M. M. Lowmiller, east o: town, entertained her club last week Tweeten, of Swea City, address was given by The main Mrs. Dot MINNESOTA Vomit get more out of life if you oo play where you work and pros- $er> That's what Minnesota offers yoa with its 10,000 sporty lakes, its healthful climate, its plentiful rainfall. Minnesota farmers produce •iboor S£-bilKon dollars in farm products a year. Why not get your share Cf this wealth? FREE Book tells you how to play and prosper! Send fbf this wonderful book to- flay. It telb you about Minnesota IBM. oops, climate, people, towns, •wtUwntt, roads . . . everything you wan* to know) FREE, and no bU>e»tion. Just mail the coupon. Cone fot a visit and took around! YOU'D have • lot of FUN fishing. t Dotting. Tea ThMwand Lakes- Creator MnneMta ittea Ovtatfc Jahnson, Des Moines, on Watch Your Step. Maxine Weisbrod, Fenton, gave a piano solo, and Titonka women presented a three-act comedy, Look What You've Done. Senior Class Play Tonight— The senior class play, A Lucky Break, will be presented at the higl» school gym this week .Thursday at 7:45 p. m. The cast follows: Martha Mullet, proprietor of hotel Mullet, Lela Godfrey; Nora Mullet, her daughter, Alice Ellis; Elmine Smith, servant, Cora Mae Masterson; Benny Ketchum, a super-salesman, Carl Lang; Abner Ketchum, his uncle, George Knopf; Mrs. Barrett, a guest, Dorothy Hanselman; Claudia, her daughter, Bernice Scribner; Tommy Lansing, a painter, Arno Ristau; John Bruce, business man, Howard Smith. Charles Martin, general manager for Bruce, Louis Wolf; Jura Charente, .French dancing teacher', Anna Ramus; Var Charente, her brother, Orval Ramus; Bella McNatt, Irene Ramus; Alchiba Spinster and Alphecca Spinster, guests, Vera Wagner and Lulu Hintz; 'Spl- vans, busman, Sylvia Becker. Between' acts one and two, Faries revel, with Carmen Wermerson, Maxine Gronbach, Mary Alice Bigings, Margaret Masterson. Between acts three and four, the high school orchestra will play. Venion School Play Pleasing— A large crowd from Lu Verne attended the senior class play, Climbing Roses, at the Vernon Consolidated school Friday evening. The play was a dramatic comedy in three acts. The cast and characters fol low: Mrs. Warren, Louise Masterson; Joyce Belmont, Nadine Daggy; Maggie Rose, Doris Bram; Jim Rose, Harold Smith; Peggy Rose, Alice Luchsinger; Priscilla Prentine, Grace Rummens; Dryden Proonis, Howard Orvick; Hazel Sommers, Margaret Klassi; Winnie Clark, Harriet Potter; Jack Archer (Alias Watson), Harold AVigans; Ferdie Wimbledon, Ervin Markmnn; Percy Southnorth, Fred Engstrom. The cast was well chos?.i and the stage setting was excellent.. Tuesday, ten members and five guests attending. The afternoon was spent at fancywork. The ho» less served a tray lunch. Mrs. Harry Von Draska was brought home Saturday from Mason City, where she recently underwent a major operation for stomach trouble. She is gaining rapidly. The Presbyterian Aid will meet at the Community hall next week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Arthur Krause, Mrs. Will Ramus, arid Mrs. I. H. Benedict, hostesses. Otto Bunkdfski, who has been making his home the past two years at the Humboldt county farm home, is now doing farm work at the Mrs. Fred Steussy home. The H. D. Ristaus, and Mrs. Richard Wagner and daughter Ruth, visited Mrs. Carl .Swanson at Mercy hospital, and other relatives, in Fort Dodge. The Methodist Aid meets at the Community hall this Wednesday af- ternoon with Hire. John Voss, .Mr*. B. Agard, and Myrtle Jdrdatt M lostessea. . ' Several Methodist W. H. M. S. members plan to go to Renwlck 'on Thursday evening to hear a returned missionary from Japan speak. Ralph Thompson, Indlartola, was calling on old friends here last week. L. C. v Richards, former carpenter here, also visited local friends. Bonny Jones has installed a Shell gas pump and free air pump In front of his produce house and la now selling gas and oils. The Good Will club meets next week Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Will Guy. Mrs. Fred Miller Is assistant hostess. Ruth Ewlng, who has been working at the Mrs) Mary ZWelfel home, returned to her home at Fornham- vllle last week. Mr. and Mrs. George Grlmsehl, farmers living northeast of town, are parents of,a son born Sunday. Harold Phillips spent Mrs. Mothers' day with her mother at Brighton, returning Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Consoer were at Britt Sunday, visiting at the Mrs. Mary Tesch and Ce'cll Rooke homes. The Mike Striplings visited Mrs. Stripling's parents, the -Henry Clements, at Bancroft, 'Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty are at Des Moines, attending a wholesale grocers convention. Mrs, George Henderson is critically sick with diabetes at her home west of town. Ross Levier, Council Bluffs, visited last week at the O'Conner and Levier homes. . Ed Robinson, North Platte, Neb., visited his sister, Mrs. Marry Lichtj>, last week. The George Thompsons, Ledyar-J, spent Sunday at the W. B. Mason home. W. B. Mason visited his son Ed at Charles City Saturday. MISSION MEET LAST KEEK A! SENECA CHURCH Seneca, May 1'2 —'A ,Woman's Missionary Federation, held a convention at the' local Lutheran church last week and In spite .'of rainy weather", the auditorium was filled to capacity. The meeting was opened In the forenoon; with a business session, at which Mrs. A. K. Gaarde, of Cylinder, was reelected president; Mrs. T. H. Benson, of Rake, vice president; Mrs. H. O. Iverson, Swea City, secretary. The local Aid ranked second in amounts collected. by mission boxes. Forest City being first. At noon dinner was served free by the Aid. In the afternoon Martha Kuhlberg, missionary from China, home on a furlough, 'gave a talk in which she told of her work as leader of a girls' school In China. She also told of experience at the hands of bandits who ..favaded the city where she worked and how she saved ^a^ the girls at her school OR,: fife SAWYER uura ' MOTHERS' DAY OBSERVED BY SEXTON FOLK Sexton, May 12 — A Mothers' day program was given during the church hour here Sunday morning: songr, My Wish for You, choir; prayer, the Rev. Mr. Moore; duet, My Mother's Bible, Marie Harris and Edith Grenfield; reading, Arlene Brethorst; song, choir; reading, Nell Wise; song, Little Children, six children. Concluding the program, the Rev, Mr. Moore preached a short Mothers' day sermon. There was an attendance of 54 at Sunday school. cently purchased a 4-row corn-planter from M. M. Morrow, Algona. It is attached to a Farm-All, tractor. Party at Lloyd Steven's— *'' Mr. -and Mrs. Stanley Gardner, Plum Creek, attended church here Sunday morning. . , Other- Sexton. Leslie Huff, employed at a Kanawha elevator, is at home for a short time, 'helping his father plant corn. Ray is not able to work, but is improving and able to be around som e after a long sick spell. Doctor Corbin, Lu Verne, took Ray, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Huff Sr., to a Fort Dodge hospital last week Wednesday to have diseased tonsils removed. They returned the same day. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz and their daughter Freda went to Minneapolis last week Tuesday, and brought home with them Mrs. Paetz's sister Mrs. Herman Buchholtz, Wednes day. Atfmttncing— «. \i-AiiiotherGreat Red Top' Invention— the AIXrDRIVE End, Corner Post Junior-Senior Banquet Held— The junior-senior banquet held at the Community hall last 'IftOWUkMoflUuunta AMdMioa,D«pM63. 8fc Paul, Man. icad at Free bookktt «aJ tatoraMloo oo ten* I'm cbwM. Q Vtatiaot la WaMNU week Thursday evening. Blue, silver, and orange were used in the decorations, and a three course dinner was served by the Epworth League. A program, Modernistic Tendencies, was given. Fern Barton was toastmistress and the program consisted of, Jazz in music, John Voss; Appreciation in art, Alice Ellis; Long skirts (in costume), Elsie Hunt; Specialization in industry, Mr. Agard; Television in science, Carl Lang; Free verse in poetry, Miss Skinner; ode to seniors; piano solo, Miss Boman; piano- logue, Charlene Ohristensen. Aunt of Mrs. Gouge Dies— Mr. and Mrs. Lou Gouge and their daughter Marjorie returned last Thursday from Freeport, 111., where they had gone the Tuesday before, called by news of the death of Mrs. Gouge's aunt, Mrs. George Spengler. Mrs. Spengler died of cancer of the stomach. She was 83 years old. The funeral.was held at St. Joseph's Catholic church, Freeport, lost week Wednesday morning at 9:30, and burial was made in St. Joseph's cemetery there. Mr. and Mrs. Gouge called on relatives a/t Dubuque and Holy Cross on their return trip. Mrs. Spengler was a Studer girl from St. Benedict. and Mrs. Henry Miller, son Donald, and Mr. and -Mrs. LeRoy Johnson, Mason City, spent the week-end at Alex Miller's. Mrs. Johnson was formerly Katy Miller. Smart Shoes and Slipp ers For Graduation lEverything worth-while in Footwear smartness has been interestingly and invitingly assembled in our present display for this occasion. Designers no doubt were at their best, while the makers gave us superior leather and workmanship, rarely offered at so low a price. And in this selection are scores of models, colors and combinations, making choice here a pleasant one. Christensen Bros. Co. Shoe Department Music Festival Pleases Crowd— The music festival directed by Geraldine Boman, school music director, was held at the gym Monday evening. A large audience enjoyed the program which consisted of parts suitable 'for each grade, with glee clubs and orchestra for' high school. No pupil was excused from the prog-ram. The . children were carefully drilled with special attention to perfecting details. 14 Take 8th Grade Exams- Pupils taking eighth grade examinations at the gym last Thursday and Friday under the supervision of Mrs. Irvin Chipman were Helen Ramus, Wayne Sanford, Harold Gronbach, Harold Ristau, Charles Hanselman, Herbert Hintz, Ruth Madson, Velma Wilson, Dorothy Gregory, Frances Hansen, Edith Green, Esther Carlson, Oscar Behnkendorf, and Dorothy Sauer. Cars Collide Here Saturday— A Willys-Knight sedan driven by a Mason City woman collided with another car Saturday afternoon, and both landed in the ditch, one oh each side of the road. The Willys- Knight suffered a broken wheel. The other car was able to go on. A garage at Mason City was called and brought a new wheel, whereupon the Mason City woman drove home. She had turned out to pass the car she struck, but another was coming from the east and when sAe turned back, the pavement being wet, her car skidded. No one was hurt, and the names of the drivers were not learned. The Gilbert Benschoters, Kanawha, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur -Benschoter, Sexton, and Genevieve Arndorfer, St. Benedict, were 'Sunday dinner guests at George Olsen's. The Mack Wise family and Mrs. G. B. Wise spent Sunday with Mrs. Mack Wise's parents, Mr. and Mrs. DeVary, of Swea City. Mrs. Herman Buchholtz, Minneapolis, guest of her sister, Mrs. Carl Paetz, is having an attack of the flu. - " Mildred Kutschara and Sarah Neiling, Algona, spent the weekend with Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Steven. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Gouge attended a club dance at the Kleinpeter hall, Wesley, last Thursday..night. The Aid will meet next week Thursday with Mrs. Lambert Brethorst, north of town. .Mrs. A. L? Greenfield is bedfast from being kidnapped. The Rev. C. Granskou, president of Waldorf college, Forest City, who spent a few years In China before talcing up his present work 'gave a talk stressing the. Importance of carrying on missionary work both at home and abroad. Musical numbers were sung by a woman's trio from Ottosen, and the local men's quartet sang. A solo was given by A'ivian -Watnem, of Ottosen. Ministers of the district In attendance were: Mr. Hinderlie, Forest City; Mr. Hjelmeland, Armstrong; S, O. Sande, Seneca; A. K. Gaarde, Cylinder; Mr. Mathre, Esthervllle; Mr. Mandsager, Graettinger; Mr. Thompson, Emmetsburg; and Mr. Hanson, Lakefield, 'Minn. The wife of the Rev. Mr. Benson, of Rake, was also here, Woman's F. B. Met Held— The Mesdames Walter and Wilbur Richmond, Armstrong, Mrs. William Osborn, and Mrs. Lawrence Saxton attended a woman's Farm Bureau ternoon. There was a good-sized attendance. A demonstration on tray-making was given. The county and ilistrlct chairmen were in attendance. The next meeting will be held at Mrs. Theo. Christenson's. Juniors Hosts to Seniors— The juniors entertained the seniors and the teachers at a banquet at the Kermore hotel, Emmetsburg, last Thursday night at 6:30. The banquet room was decorated and a program was given. \Vilbergs Have New Daughter— Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wilberg are the parents of a 9-lb girl, who arrived May 3. This was the second daughter. Mrs. Wilberg's mother is caring for the mother and babe. Son Born to Geo. Charlsons— Mr. and Mrs. George Oharlson have an S-lb. boy, born May 7. Mrs. Charlson was Gladys -Thompson. Her sister Myrtle is with her." Lone Rock Wins Game— In a baseball game Friday even ing, Lone Rock defeated Seneca, 17-9. Mrs. Jas. Wear Loses Sister— Mrs. Jas. Wear recently attended the funeral of a sister at Wheaton, 111. Otber Seneca Mr. and 'Mrs. Theo. Here it is, the first All-Drive Steel End, Gate and Corner Posl—the moqt f Imply constructed and easiest to install—the only one that driwea-r-and a Red Top. The corner has only three parts, the end only two. There is no complicated assembly, no multitude of loose parts to put together. < You simply drive the upright member into the firm, solid subsoil, bolt on the braces, drive the brace plates and you are ready to stretch your wire. There you have it, the firm and lasting foundation of your fence, a one-man job easily done in a few minutes. No holes to dig—no water, stone or cement to 'haul and mix, no waiting for concrete to set or harden. When you DRIVE this new Red Top you've done it all, and, with Red Top Studded Tee line posts, you have •nAII-Steel Fence, permanent, and built at the lowest.cost per rod. . Come and *ee It — thl* new RedTop All-Drive Steel End, ; Gate and Corner Port. You'll be ImprcNsed wllk ft simplicity, It* ftturdy Htrength, and the case \ which It I* Installed. ' U . '.. Let u« help you work out your I ran 'ampfydrti* u Ing problem* to give you the I " value your money can buy. -That's our job! F.S. NORTON & Lumber & Coal Turner, La with *a serious ti.sm. attack of rheuma- NfeW SERVICE Thirty hard of hearing head phones- installed for the comfort of any caring to use them. No charge. Four Corners 30 Attend Fann Bureau Meet— The Lu Verne township Farm Bureau met Friday evening at the Ralph Davidson home with some 30 in attendance. Ray McWhorter, Burt, spoke on soil and potatoes, and C. R. Schoby, Algona, gave a talk on national cooperation. Muriel Body, H. D. A., spoke on home project work. After the prograrn a social hour was enjoyed and a tray lunch servefl. J. J. Club to Give Picnic— The J. J. club met last Friday afternoon with Mrs. Irvin Chapman with 1C present. The program for next year was discussed. The hostess served lunch. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Walter Heftl and the husbands and children will be guests at a picnic supper. Seven New Church {^embers— Dr. J. M. Peigands, Livermore, assisted the Rev. A. J. Koonce in receiving seven new members into the Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon. He was accompanied by Mrs. Weigands, Mrs. Susan Malin and Mrs. Ole Johnson, all of Livermore. Ray Huff's Tonsils Removed— Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven entertained eleven friends at a party Friday evening. Games were played after which lunch was served. Attending were Mildred Kutschara, Sarah Neiling, Neva Olsen, Marie Harris, Edith Greenfield, Nell and Herman Wise, Leo Steven, and Milton Giddlngs, Warren Schrader, and Florence Hansen, of Wesley. Mildred Kutsdiara School Closed— The school a mile east and a mile south of Sexton, Mildred Kutschara, teacher, closed Friday. Mildred, who has a school near Clear Lake for next term, will go to Cedar Falls June II) to attend summer school. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Kutschara, now live at Clear Lake. Mesdames John Rich, Loyd Potter, Carl Seip, and Roy Lowman spent last week Tuesday at Lu Verne, attending a county federated club meeting, Mrs. John Rich entertained the Larkin club, last week Monday. Patrons of the Loyd Potter school attended a Mothers' day program given by the pupils one day last week. The Mothers and Daughters club will meet this week Thursday with Mrs. Arthur Crulkshank, and roll call will be answered- with the names of musical composere. A musical program will be given. There was. no school in Union Dist. No. -7, the Cruikshank school, last Thursday and Friday, The teacher, Mrs. E. A. Genrich, took the two days off for a vacation. Porte City, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nielson, Waterloo, visited Mrs. Turner's brother, John Osborn, last week-end, and also visited another brother, William Osborn, Sunday. They went home that evening. Pauline Osborn, of the Teachers college, Cedar Falls, came home with them. The Wilbur Richmonds, Armstrong, the Charles • and Roy Osborns, and Ralph and Vernon Jensen spent , Sunday at William Os born's in honor of Mothers' day. Harriet Jensen is employed fat Glen Cage's. Mr. Cage works on the paving on No. 9, between Swea City and Armstrong. Thomas Engessor, who has been employed In the Roderick garage, Lone Rock, went to Detroit for a visit recently. Mrs. Jennie Jensen and her son Linus went to Waterloo Sunday. Linus has been doctoring there. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill have a new boy. Mrs. George Anderson is caring for mother and babe. Hazel Gardner, who has been working j n Chicago, . came home Sunday to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lynch are parents of a girl, born recently, the second child. Nels Chrlstenson spent the weekend at Des Moines and Waterloo. The James Doocy baby has been seriously sick. Tlmrgilay and Friday, May U * 18. First showing in Northwest Iowa. 'tt will startle Kossuth county! ;:More daring, different story of gangland. . • Chicago is suffering from the public enemy. JAMES COGNEY f; JEAN HARLOW i EDWARD WOODS 1 SMTZ EDWARDS < in "The Public Enemy** For five "years you have been read'•; ing about ' THE PUBLIC ENEMY '.Thursday; night you will . come closer to hjrn than you will .ever again. '..."' : j ' "" Devastating! ; |The Public Enemy makes al man's land no man's land! Greenfield's Mother Unimproved— A. L. Greenfield received a letter from his sister, Mrs. William Smith, Fresno, Calif., one day last week, saying their mother, Mrs. Rebecca Greenfield, has not improved much since her stroke a year ago. Many Algonians remember her, for she lived there some years ago. Children's pay Program Planned— A children's day program is planned for the second Sunday in June. Marie Harris and Mrs. Lloyd Steven Children Surprise on Mothers' Day— Mrs. Mary Zweifel was happily surprised Sunday when her children and grandchildren came to her home with well filled baskets and assisted her in celebrating Mothers' day. Ther e were 30 in all. Other tu Verne News. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Phillip, Bryan, Ohio, and their daughter Josephine, arrived 'last week Monday, evening are the program Nell Wise, Edith Mary Harris the rnittee. committee, Greenfield, decorating and and corn- Cold Weather in S. D.— The writer of these notes received a letter Monday from a girl friend at Watertown, S. D., reporting heavy frost last week and lots of rain, with tjjmperatures low. Gardens and crops were growing slowly. ' Eisehens Have a New Soiv— Mr. and Mrs. Alec Elschen are parents O f a boy, born Saturday. Anna Kelser, St. Joe, is caring for Mrs. Elschen and the baby, and Josephine Fiach is doing the housework. • , Three Tuke 8th Grade Tests- Wilbur Steven, Bernard Miller, and Bernard Weaver wrote the. last half of the county gtu grade examinations last Thursday. The first half was. taken in February.. to visit at the S. F. Phillips home, Lu Verne, and the David Duncan Fanner »uys 4-Rew borne, Kanawha. Mrs. Duncan is Cart Pa^ts, »9rt& ojj' *•< MILLINERY SALE One hundred hats to go at one price. New styles for right now wear. Every hat gold up to $5.00 in this sole, to go at $1.98 Children's liatg to go at 79c BLOOM'S 9TORE Saturday Special, May 16. . A Western that's different! Cowboys battle an Eastern gang! RICHARD ARICM 'Gun Smoke and Monday, V and 3 O'clock Matinees, 1 The star of "The Tn Action entertainment filled, with thrills. Can the West lick the East? Eugene Eollette making who?pee with Louise Fazenda. That's fun! in fGod'8 Gift to It's an intimate picture. -AAifeLi New—. Gloria in her A pe Sylvia >n production, ratde UP- we how- Beauty, drama. III"

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