Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1931 · Page 11
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'.'—._..ll)e icapple No. 2V& Blue can '•_ In Syrup 19c Bloom's Spec; blend 19c Maxwell House Coffee ..._!19e Breakfast Coffee 25c Cliase & Sanborn Coffee —3"c Coffee, 2 Ib. can -75c Hello World Coffee '_'-'_'_1.189c the size of onr'cans with those yon are buying 'at the same price. •' I t t»H cans ~ > 26c Peas, 17c grade, here '..'..10c i ... .n- •.••-. y C How Bantam Corn, can -10c 'Beans, good size can' _--10c Kraut, No. 2% slue can —lOc Ginger, Snaps, Ib. ± .l,0c lUIli *• *•••• "™ >hei, No. 10 size c«ns.-49c tag, Sib- nkp.;———19c ie?, 3 Ibs. for .— We, n!, 6 boxes •_-_- 26c No. 2>/<j sl«o can In Syrup 18c Bin, 66c grade __-•—_.89c ,.ies fins, 5 doz. _,——10c t Ribbon Malt 3 Ib. can 45c L Sugar, 4 Ibs. ——25c \ 6. Soap, 6 .bars 19c .' Rice, fancy, 5 Ibs. .. _24c Castile Soap, large bar .!lL.'.5c' Oxydol, pk&. „ I-:J£.:l»c Rlnso, large pkg. '„-•-i;j.-_.2!lc> Oatmeal, 7 Ibs. -,.'_-'_• ll)c rpna Butter, Ib. . 25c Cherries, lied Pitted, can.»,15c Crackers, 2 Ib. box \ ' JiiiiisiiJSe Chocolate Cookies, 11(. ^-.'iislOc Starch, 4 pkgs. l_^-.l^L!)6e H-Gel, all flavors 5c sue, fresh, Ib. ... -17c )|g, No. 10 size can ~59c' I Burs, B His i—,..26c lity Bread LARGE LOAF 5c BRING YOUR IKOCTOK & GAMBLE COUPONS HERE , HEINZ 57 Pure Food Products Demonstration 'Saturday. FREE SAMPLES .FARMER: Bring us your eggs— cash or trade. Drive up to (side door entrance. Plenty of parking space. . Easy to load. } unload. ..... ...... • , v; .-,. .. EGGS CASH OR TRADE OKA W////A pir Banker as a : rofessional Man ;: 1,; - . ' '='•'•-• '"''-'•' ' ' ' ''• *Y ),' ' When you wish advice about your health, you go to your physician. When, ypu •» wish advice about legal points, you go to . your attorney. . V In exactly the same way, thoughtful men- and women of affairs are coming to rely on their banker for advice about financial problems. ,•-';•.{ •'•• ' •••. ~ Peel free to talk over your plans with us, fully and confidentially. There is satisfac : .. tion in knowing that when you do take an important action it is backed up by other judgments based on years pf specialized financial experience. [ossuft County State Bank Algona, Iowa Bargains in sed Cars Fora Tudor I Pord Tudor Ford coupe 1929 Essex 1928 Purant sedan ; 1926 Dodge sedaji •', 1929 Ford truck MOTOR CO. KOSBUTH CUUNTT ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA PAG BAPTISTS NAME 1931 OFFICERS AT SWEA CITY Swea City, 'May 12—The Baptists had their annual 'Toll call" Sunday, and eight charter memhers responded: Mr. and Mrs. Olof Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anderson, Mr. find Mrs. Hegnert Olson, Elon and Edward Anderson. The church was organized July 2D, 1894. Fifteen non-resident organizers responded with letters or financial gifts. The morning service hour was taken up with the roll call. Nearly all of the present membership was In attendance. The annual huslness meeting was held last week Monday evening, and officers were elected: deacons- John Jong-berg, Charles Kesler, Andrew Berg, Samuel Welfare; deaconesses—Mrs. W. O. Nelson, Mrs. George Butterfleld, Mrs, Mandus Lloyd, Mrs. K. B. Bolin, Mrs. Wallace Nelson, elder, Mrs. S. P. Eckholm; treasurer, Mrs. D. W. Fultz; trustee, three years, Otto Jenson; missionary treasurer, Charles Collin; pianist, Pearl McAninch; assistants, Ruth Butterfiekl, Alice Johnson; chorister, Samuel Link; Eunice Jenson, assistant. Sunday school officers were elected: K. B. Bolin, superintendent; Mrs. S. P. Eckholm, assistant; Bernard Olson, secretary; Lionel Thomson, assistant; Grace Berg, pianist; Mrs. Bertha Leppe, assistant. shop at Arnold's Park for the summer, and will have Samuel Heathershaw take charge of it. The shop will be open only during the summer. H. T. Winter Home) Improved— H. T. Winter, who had been a patient in a government hospital at Dwight, Til., got home Sunday, He received encouraging reports on his physical condition. Weather Units (lie Paving— Paving operations west of town have been hampered by rainy weather. Only a half mile was laid last week. Millinery Shop Is Named— The proprietor of the local millinery store, Bernlce Pearson, has named it the Vogue Hat Shoppe. Two Boys' Nines Organized— V boys' junior baseball team here will play its first game this week Thursday at Armstrong. The local line-up follows: first base, Hanifan; shortstop, Thompson; center field, Merlin Larson; second base, Klinksiek; third base, Zlelske; right field, Bergcson or Seylor; left field, Bravender or Peterson; pitcher, Blanchard; catcher, Reynolds; reserves—Thomson, Fults, and Montgomery. There Is a second team also, but it will use the first team's battery. Other players are Haglund, Jensen, Hanifan, Smith, Montgomery, Winters, Haglund, Hunds 1 ness. Siemens to Preach Baccalaureate The Rev. G. R. Siemens will preach the annual baccalaureate sermon for the high school's graduating class next Sunday evening at the school auditorium. The annual junior-senior banquet will take place In the school dining room this week Friday May 15. The Grant consolidated Jiigh school will have its graduating exercises Thursday, May 28, and the Rev. B. L. Weaver, local Methodist pastor, will preach the baccalaureate next Sunday. Grant has six graduates this year. Other Swcn City. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomson, Mrs. E. S. Anderson, Carrie Harner, and Mrs. Rome Johnson drove to Burt last Thursday evening to attend a Rebekah meeting. Swea City Rebekahs hold membership In the Burt lodge. SURPRISE PARTY FOR YOUNG COUPLE ATSUEHEDICT St. Benedict, May 12—A number of relatives and friends surprised Mr. and Mrs. Frank Welner, north of the village,, last week Tuesday evening. The occasion was their fifth wedding anniversary. The evening was spent at BOO, and lunch was served., Mr. and Mrs. Weiner have lived on the same farm since their marriage, it being the home place of Mr. Weiner. They have three children, two girls and a son. Dorrs Move to St. Benedict— The Ben Dorrs, late of Chester, have moved Into the former Ferdinand Gerleman house, which they purchased a few weeks ago. They had lived at Lime Springs, Minn., many years, . and only recently moved to Chester. Mrs. Dorr is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Studer. PLANE TALKS GIVEN AT LI, SENIOR DINNER Lone Rock, May |H2 — The jun- lor-senlor banquet was held at the Kermore hotel at Emmetsburg last week Wednesday evening. There were 32 present. The class colors are orchid and rose. The program was carried out by aeroplane scheme, with Dorothy Macumber, Toastmistress. The program follows: Hanger, Lillian Angus; Take off, Ella Ewoldt; Parachutes, Gordon Blanchard; Music, George .Mnnus; Passengers, Margaret Roderick; Fancy flying, John 'Newbrough; Pilots, L. E. Godfrey; Music, Pauline Lewis; C'iss Prophecy, Gladys 'Stebritz; Class Will, Ruth Householder; and music by a quartet After the banquet the entire party attended the movie, Sit Tight. spent the week-end with the William Krause family. ' ='. Mrs. Ernest Jensen will entertain the Aid next week Thursday, Mrs. F. E, Genrich will assist. G. A. Sharp and son Russell left for DeS Moines Monday to Attend a, grocers' convention. Ersel Blanchard was visiting last week with the Lester Johnsons near Bancroft. The F. E. Genrich family spent Sunday with the William Hillman's at Welcome. The E..M. Jensen family Sundayed with Mrs. Jensen's mother at Graet- linger. THE STORE OX THE CORNER, Thursday Club Elects Officers— The Thursday club elected officers last Thursday afternoon at Mrs. Wilfred Carlson's: Mrs. Grace Eckholm, president; Mrs. Dora Smith, vice president; Mrs. Margaret Warburton, 'secretary; Mrs. Leland, treasurer. As Mrs. Logan is soon to move away, Mrs. Carlson invited 20 guests and the meeting was turned into a farewell for her. The tables were decorated with roses and sweet peas. Mrs. Logan was presented with a gift from the club. tommnnlon Day Next Sunday- Communion day next Sunday will be observed at the St. Benedict Catholic church at 7:30 a. m. Sixteen little boys and girls will receive their first holy communion, and at 9:30 a. m. nine boys and girls will receive their solemn communion. Ludwlgs Observe Mothers' Day— Mr. and Mrs. George Ludwig Sr. observed Mothers' day Sunday by having all their children at home for dinner: the John Ludwigs, the Henry Arndorfers, the Dan Froeh- lichs, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ludwig, the latter couple of Britt, Class Address Spenlicr is Changed— Word has been received here that the Rev. Mr. Cleaveland, formerly radio pastor at WNAX, Yankton, S. D., will be unable to deliver the Commencement address here next week Monday. H e is now radio pastor at KSOO, Sioux Falls, and extra work In connection with bis change made cancellation necessary. Mr. Hamilton, president of the Hamilton college of commerce of Mason City, has been secured to take the place of the Rev. Mr. Cleaveland. Mr. Hamilton has talked to the high school a number of times and has made a good impression. The baccalaureate sermon will be given by the Rev. Mr. Gladstone at thfc church Sunday evening. Glee Club to Present Play— The musical comedy, Miss Caruther Returns, will be presented by the high' school girls' glee club this week Friday. Each member of the club is taking part in this musical production. The story concerns Miss -Thyrza Caruthers who -has a large estate which supports an art club. Miss Caruthers goes to Europe and returns incognito to investigate. The money ,is spend on Miss Jones' niece . Desdemona instead of the club. Desdemona plans to elope with Jerry Smith, fake millionaire,, and frustrates the plan. Later she reveals her identity and forgives. School Year to End May 22— The Lone Rock school will complete the school year Friday, May 22. Plans are under way for the community picnic dinner. This will be, followed b|y a baseball game with Ledyard. No .school work will be on exhibit the last day of school as the exhibit was held in connection with the last meeting of the Parent-Teachers Association. Baseball Team Wins Three Games— The Lone Rock high school baseball team made it three consecutive victories by defeating Bancroft and MOTHERS' DAK IS HONORED BY ClUB IN SOUTH CRESGO South Cresco, May 12—Mrs. F. L. Miller was hostess to the Mothers & Daughters club last Thursday. Mothers of members had been invited, but only Mrs. J. F. Cook and Mrs. R. A. Clark, Algona, and Mrs. William Greenfield, Irvington, were In attendance. Eighteen members attended. New members are Mee- dnms Martha Potter Applegate and Mabel Thelin Olson. The hostess's daughters, Mesdames L. L. Wellendorf, ti. H. Crawford, F. E. Bartholomew, and G. L. Miller were among the guests. The house decorations were streamers in the club colors, pink and white, flowers, carnations, and ferns, and the color scheme was carried out at luncheon. The program follows: Welcome song, quartette, Mesdames M. L. Dutton, Frank Huldeman, Charles Reaper, and W. L. Martin; welcome poem, Mrs. Martin; roll call, sayings about mothers; poems on mothers, Mesdames F. L. Zeigler and William Runchey; duet, When Your Hair Has Turned to Silver, Meedames Dutton and Martin; poem, A Moth- Locked Diaries for Graduation We have made a lucky, a VERY lucky buy, and we can sell you locked diaries, full leather, assorted colors at less than the usual wholesale cost price. Most dealers have to charge from $2.50 to $3.00 for just such books, but we can sell them to you for $1 .50 One Dollar Fifty Cents $1 .50 Each diary is good for five years. Just the thing the boy or girl graduate wants. Lusby's Drug Store *»»»••»»»»»«»»»«»»»»«»«»«»«»»»»»»»«+«»»»«••••»«« 4 > New Arrivals for the ;i ! | Coming Occasions! er's Work, Mrs. musical reading, Mrs. Huldeman; Oliver Bakken; Mother's Voice, reading, Grandmother's Flower Garden, Sadie,Potter; duet, Mother, When You're Growing Old, Mesdames Reaper and Huldeman; poem, Down Memory's Lane, Mrs. W. H. Bosworth; songs. The Church of My Childhood Days, and Adieu, by quartette, Sadie Potter, pianist. Several members were sick with colds, which cut attendance. The next meeting will be at Mrs A. E. Clayton's May 21; topic "What Shall Our Club Do to Benefit Others? Mrs. F. L,. Miller will be leader. Eleanor Rahm New C. D. A.— The D. of A.'s at Wesley held an initiation Sunday afternoon at the Legion hall, and a banquet followed in the evening. Twelve new members joined, and Eleanor Rahm, of St. Benedict, was one of them. Algon», low* -Salei ' . . Epwortli League Officers Chosen — • The Ep worth League elected officers last week Tuesday evening: president, Sidney Hutchinson; first vice president, June Thomson; second and third vice presidents, Thelma Priest; fourth vice president, Burton Thomson; secretary-treasurer, Elsie Smith;' pianist, Irene Dourte; assistant, Katherine Thomson; secretary Efficiency chart, June Thomson. Epworth League Gives Carnival— The Epworth League gave a carnival party at the Legion hall Friday and Saturday evenings. A miniature golf course, a miniature bowling alley, and other devices furnished amusement, and the usual carnival instruments provided noise. A program of singing and a silent movie, with plenty of eats, rounded out the evening. Fifteen to be Graduated — , The Rev. W. P. McCormick will give the address at graduating exercises for the Swea City high school's senior class next week Thursday, and his subject will be Old Ideas and New Adventures. The Rev. Mr. McCormick is pastor of the Westminster Presbyterian church at Waterloo. There are 15 graduates. Baptist Guild Names Officers— At Its last regular meeting the Baptist Guild elected officers: Mrs. John Erlckson, president; vice president, Mrs. S. P. Eckholm; secretary, Mrs. John Jongberg; treasurer, Mrs. W. O. Nelson; pianist, Mrs. G. R. Seimens; program committee, Mesdames S. P. Eckholm, G. R. Seimens, Emil Larson. Attend srothers' Day Tea- Mrs. Edwin Hovey and Mrs. B. L. Weaver were guests Saturday of their daughters, Theodora Hovey and Gail Weaver at Waldorf college, Forest City, the occasion being a Mother's day tea given by the girls. Theodora and Gail will be graduated June 2 Waldorf gives only a 2-year college course. Rochester Patient Brought Home- Mrs. Frank Jacobs, who had been a patient at Rochester, was brought to her home In Grant township last week Wednesday. The Rochester doctors decided that- her condition would not be improved by an operation. She is suffering from stomach trouble. Claud Poole Critically Sick-Mrs. Clara Poole received a message from Cambridge Friday nouncing that her son Claud ill •vvith gangrene. Later he taken to a Pes Moines hospital, Mrs. Poole went to Des Moines Monday- '•' . Frank Orandgenett.Sister Dies- Frank Grandgenett, accompanied by his uncle; G.. G. Studer, left by auto last week Tuesday for. Freeport, 111., to attend the funeral of a sister, Mrs, George Spangler,' returning late in the week. Otto Becfcman Brother Dead— A message carrying news of the sudden death of a brother at'Ger- mantown, 111., was received by Otto Beckmann Monday morning. Mr. Beckmann left that afternoon to attend the funeral. Seneca Thursday and'Friday of last week. Bancroft was defeated 4-3 in an extra inning game on the local diamond Thursday. Seneca out- hit the locals the following day, but Lone Rock won 17-9. j Son Born to Sidney Johns— Alma Madison is the nurse at the Sidney John home a half mile south and thre e miles east of town. The Johns have a. 9%-lb. son born Saturday morning. They now have three boys living. They lost a baby boy with pneumonia about two years ago. Minnie .Shepman is doing the housework. " • ' an- was vms and Former Supervisor's Mother Mrs, Peterson, mother of former supervisor C. O. Peterson and J. P. and. Albln Peterson, is critically eick at her daughter Mrs. Ole Boalsone. She is past 80. and ha,s 'been be4fa«t since -a toll three months ago, Mrs. WwW Mother , Mrs. Bart Naele receive* Saturday of the death »t few . «r, Mrs. G. A, M%ater«, Stnders In Family Gathering— The Charles Marsos, the Ben Dorre, Mrs. Mary Fasbender, her children, the John Arend family, Leander Studer, and his . children spent Sunday evening at the G. G. Studer home. • > • Other St. Benedict. Florence Cobeen and a friend, of Manly, spent Sunday with the William Cobeens, near Algona, and the Julian Arndorfers. They'took back with them Mrs. Arndorfer's little brother Bobby and sister Mary. Jane Cobeen, who had spent a week here. Mrs. C. M. Imnierfall, who had, spent several months with her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Jones, Mitchell, S. D., returned one day last week and has reopened her home; . Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hanig and their daughter Marjorie arrived Monday afternoon by auto from Ackley to visit a few days with Mr. and Mrs. William Arndorfer. A number of young folks from around St. .Benedict attended a club dance at Wesley last Thursday evening. This was the last club dance of the season, Christine and Adelhaide Eisenbarth and Mr. and Mrs. Emil F, Arndorfer spent Sunday with the girls' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Eisenbarth. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Arndorfer, her daughter Mary Helen, and Marie Arndorfer were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emil F. Arndorfer. / Mr. and Mrs. William Arndorfer, their daughter Marie, and son Philip were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr- and Mrs. George Aman, of Sexton. Mrs. A. J. Fehr and her mother, Mrs, Rosa Arndorfer, visited Monday at the Leo Miller home near the Plum Creek station. Mrs. Frank ImmerfaH, of Avon, Minn., spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Studer, going home Sunday night. . Mr'and Mrs. Joseph Harlg, Algona, spent Sunday at the Charles Stufllck and August Harlg homes. • Mrs, Mary Fasbender spent Monday afternoon at Lu Verge, where she had dental work done. Estella. gimon, employed at Algona, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrg. M«ry Simon, Mre. Ben Capeglus entertained the Larkln, cJub last Thursday afternoon. Mrs, Wffltona Dunlap drove to Gar'ner Monday. . Ma* Ferstl ifl the ojvner of a new. Former Teacher's Father Dies- Mrs. William Thompson,. In a letter froni Florence Yager, a former teacher here, learned that the lat; ter's father had died last week Thursday, Miss Yager lives at Calmer and it was but a little over a month ago that her mother died. Cottons Wed S3 Years Ago— Sunday was Banker and Mrs. N. L. Cotton's 33rd wedding anniversary and their eldest son Angus, and his son Angus Jr., of Chicago, and Mrs. Harley Shellito and daughter Norrna, of Ames, and the W. J. Cottons were their guests. Party Planned (or Tarbells— The community is sponsoring a social affair in honor of Mrs. Harry Tarbell and son Mllo to be held at the. schoolhouse next week Tuesday, Each family is to bring sandwiches and a covered dish. Everyone is invited. . Adris Bosworth at Iowa City Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bosworth motored to Iowa City Monday and lef their little daughter Adris there for a few weeks' medical treatment, re turning Tuesday. Potters in Family Gathering— The L. D., H. L., C. H., E. C., am B.' H. Potters were guests Sundaj at their mother Mrs. Martha Pot ter's. The Di E. Potters, For Dodge, and the Dr. L. R. Potters, o Schaller, were also there. "'*— Other South Cresco. In last week's newe Mr. and Mrs Rome Robison, Irvington, parents o Mrs. Harry Sabin, were accidentall omitted from a list of guests at Sabin-Roney wedding celebration the Sabin home a week ago Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miller an their children had a picnic dinne Sunday. Attending were the L. Crawfords, L. v L. Wellendorfs, an F. E. Bartholomews, -besides G. Miller, Algona, and Dolph, at horn Charles Lindhorst, Ames studen came home last week Wednesday fo a visit till Sunday. It was Veishe week, and there were no classes. Banquet Graduation DRESSES Get. very young—They go in for baby shades.' and blue, and slim girlish lines. Pink - $595 This special purchase and shipment enables us to'offer an advance group of attractive dresses for tne'^Miss:;'' ' v -^ Sizes J4 to.20,-. ', A glance at the fabrics, details and stylings of these georgette-chiffons and flat crepe dresses will cpn- J; vince you they are unusual values at this low price. a R H H H flip Department Stores > '. nr* •• '•"" --V ;• Ihe biggest car for the money Farwell party for Milo Tarbell— Freshman and sophomore pupils gave a party in honor of Milo Tarbell, who will soon be leaving for Waterloo, at the schoolhouse, last Thursday night. Other Lone Bock. Mr. and Mrs. John Green, of Humboldt, were entertained Sunday by Mrs, E. M. Hawks. The Greens for several years had charge of the telephone exchange here. In 1918 they went to Rockford and were'ahere in the same business for eight years. Now they are running an exclusive shoe repair shop In Humboldt. The Edward, Arthur, and Raymond Bierstedts and Fred Wegener families attended a surprise party last week Thursday night at Fenton In honor of Mrs. Sam W^ar- ner's birthday. Mrs. John Rath and Neva, Mrs. Henry Rath, the William Raths, Ralph Hurlb'urts, and Harvey Raths attended the funerl of Mrs. John Rath's sister-in-law at (Buffalo Lake Friday. Florence Householder, ,who teaches .the center school west of town, upset with her car near the ,Lelb place last week Tuesday. She was not hurt. ' " The L. R. Roderick family and the Robert Dransfeldts drove to Sheffield Sunday to spend Mothers' day at their mother, Mrs. C. Dav- Ison's. The Jim Ackermans spent Sun> day at'Swea City, Harlan BUuv chard and Ruth Householder spent Sunday at John Sore's near Chertr kee. . Gus Kraft learned of the death of his brother somewhere in Wisconsin Monday, and with Herman Eisners went to attend,' the funeral. The Orville Rosendahls, of Superior, and Rose'Krause, of Ayrshire, —also the fastest, liveliest and inost powerful ^F^?MRP I*? ^w * * %RT*P?P|SF J.HE wheelbase of the new Coach is 110 inches; overall length, 152 inches; tread, 5814 inches . , ., These measure* ments afford roomier, more comfortable Interiors, wider seats, added leg room , , . .The Willys Six has the highest top speed of all care in its price class, is quickest on the pick-up, and also excels in hill climbing. Willy, Six Coach Down payment^ Balance in 12 toy m • jaytfitntt, Vollo'Wing Willys Six 19 '\i ? S |I95 SIXSS , SIGHT* ,

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