Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1931 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 21, 1931
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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQCNA. IOWA }tm9vwW9wwwmv9vn AND HY NOT ? Now would be the time ;; to call us in to check ov- i: er that old wiring, run • > in new floor sockets, i; balance the load on <> your lights so that you ;; can get the greatest ef- '•'. ficiency for the money | you put into your light | bill. We specialize in | light ing engineering f and a call will bring us I on the job with no obli- I gation. We will be only I too glad to go over your <; lighting problems with '! ou and show you the short cuts to bet- <; lighting at less money.' Heavy Motor Repairing And Installation. are ready to handle all size i: lotor repairs and installations, «j |nd check your current consump- i; 3n for you. Give us a call. learner Electric Co. NINE WESLEY SENIORS HEAR PASTORSPEAK Wesley, May .19 — Baccalaureate services were held at Klelnpeter's hall Sunday evening. They opened with thfi Processional, played by Anna Sicmer. The graduates, juniors, nnd tencliora, marched In and ' took 'their .seats. The graduates are: Florence Reno, Ivyl Marie Kunr., Gordon Kunx, Alan Wester, Until Garmnn. DeTiltta Angle, Margaret f-Iaverly, .lamen Lloyd, Mur- jorlo Uhlenhiike. When all were seated the Hov. C. H. Moore pronounced the Invocation. A trio composed of Herlwlg Ulehter, Ltiurlnc Garmnn, and Maiirlno Hansen Hans. T'rulso Ye the Lord, accomp-.vnlfd by (Men Franzim. The I'.ey. Mr. Mooro gave the Scripture lesson: Mnurlnc Itan.scn sang The Lost Chord, Mis.s T5euk her accompanist. The Hev. Mr. Moore .spoke earnestly from "Rive diligence to present thyself approved unto God, a workman that! neendelh not to be a.shamed." At the] close of the Hormon, Mr. Moore pro-1 nounced the benediction, and the congregation was dismissed. Dccor- nlinns of lilacs were used In the hall. rrimtiry Pupils Give Pi-ORrnin— A • program at the public school-I house at S:30 Friday evening began! with oongs by lUis.s Bock'a primary! pupils. Succeeding numbers were: aj health pantomime and songs by i Mi«n Leu-Is' room; a playlet by Miss! McConnell's pupils; a reading by' Evelyn Erick.son; n. style review by the I-Iome Economics girls, showing, the costumes they had made during the year; a geography lesson In Latin by the beginners Latin class; a musical selection by James Ortns- by on a stringed instrument made by the tenth grade general science clnss when studying sound. The audience then viewed the exhibits of class work in the various rooms; The program and exhibit were largely attended, and much interest was shown. thought-provoking sermon at the Methodist church Sunday morning, on Paul's words, "ftut Ons Thing I Do." The choir-rendered a notable special number, "Sabbath Bells," with Miss Beck ,nt the piano. The Rev. and Mrs. Moore left Monday morning .to visit their .son George In northern Kan«as. They will also call on children at York and Lincoln, Neb., and Madison, S. D. The Rev. L. G. Gartner, Tltonka, will conduct services next Sunday morning. The Tony Hlldmnns, Whittemore, visited Wesley relatives Sunday. They brought home Anna Hildman. who had canvassed at Whittemore for two weeks. The Frank Conley family, Llvormore, visited Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Kate Kennedy.. The Chas. Murphy* visited her sister, Mrs. Ralph Valentine, Algona. Mr. nnd 'Mrs. ,lohn 'Grappa, Emmetsburg, and their little son ; were Sunday guests at ,1. T. Meurer's. The ninn arc cousins. The local Meurers vi.vlted his parents at Whlttemoi'e Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison visited her mother, Mrs. Margaret Lawlcr, at New Providence over Sunday. The Frank Wellcka visited relatives at Duncan. -Airs. Ben Hopkins returned home Monday,. She had visited her sister- in-law, Mrs. R. M. Latham, at Le llnrs, since last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Corey, Dos Mollies, and one or more of their, daughters, spent the week-end with Wesley relatives. Mrs. Hugh McCutchin was a. guest of Mrs. Nettie Turgeson at dinner Monday. Ammon and Lester Lease were at Lost Island lake, near Ruthvcn, on a fishing trip Sunday. PAGE THRfiJll ["PAT" brington St. "DENNY" $ Phone 170 Algona >»»»»»»»»»»«»«»«»»»»»»»»»»+»»*»»*»*»«•» W///// r [The Three Fundamentals [of a Wise Investment— An investment must provide three things: 1. Safety. 2. Liquidity—which means that you can get your money out promptly when you need it, without red tape or loss. 3. Adequate Income. Our Time Certificates, of Deposit satisfy these three conditions'and are an ideal investment for one who has a few hundred or a few thousand dollars which it is unwise to tie up. [ossuth County State Bank Algbna, Iowa J V\\\\\\\\l Attention, Farmers! pare interested in earning from $300 to $500 per |th in your own .community,' on an investment of °. Part cash, balance one-half of your profits, i or wire Boone Portable Mill Manufacturing Co. ta > BOPJTJ? IQTfA * P GEO, L, MILLER Building Contractor We Do All Wn*8 of BUILDING Estimates Furnished 1753 Cliurcli People Go Twenty-five persons attended a picnic at Eagle Lake state park following services at the local Methodist church Sunday morning. Those present were the families of Carl, Hans, and Raymond Hansen, Philip Dahlin and Fred Diekmann; the Messrs, and Mesdames A. B. and Gorlon C. Giddings, Wesley, and Howard Hansen, Clear Lake. All refreshments were furnished by the younger women, who, with the assistance of girls of the party, also waited upon the table. The older women were guests of honor, and not allowed to help. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Han.scn recently moved from Kanawha to Clear Lake, where Howard has charge of the meat department in the Basket Grocery store. 1'lilllp Diihllns Tislt Hero- Mr, and Mrs. Philip Dahlin, Cedar Rapids, and their little daughter, Beverly, came Friday night to spend the week-end with'Mr. Dahlin's sister, Mrs. Raymond Hansen. Mr. Dahlin is in the employ of the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. at Cedar Rapids, and at present is in charge of the work of replacing old- style telephone instruments with those of the new dial type. During the winter the company held a school for its employes, teaching the mechanism and manipulation of dial telephones. Schools Closed AVlth Picnics— Last Friday Marie Harris, teacher of the Herman Carlson school, celebrated its close with a picnic at Ambrose A, Call state park, Algona. Thirty-two persons attended. Erma .Ward, Martinek school, and Man- Kent, Gollner school, held a joint picnic at one o£ the schoolhouses. Mable Kent,' teacher of the George Pommer school, held a closing picnic at her schoolhouse. All were attended by pupils, parents, and Ifrlejida. Herman Ostercumps Have Sou — A seven-pound son, Herman Lee, was born at 12 : 45 p. m. last Thursday, to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ostercamp, farmers northeast of ' Wesley. Mrs. John Ormsby, Wesley village, Is acting as nurse and housekeeper. A daughter weighing seven and one- half pounds was born to Mrs. Ostercamp's sister, Mrs. Hubert Crain, at St. Louis, Mo., last week Tuesday night. Legion Auxiliary Posts Signs — The Legion Auxiliary met last Thursday evening with Mrs. George Aldrich. Signs procured by the organization, "Protect Wesley Children", have been placed near the highways entering town on the. south, north, and west. The poppy sale will be held this wek Saturday, Business places will be canvassed in the morning, and the sale continued In the evening. To Meet with Sick Member,— Members of the local Legion, auxiliary are to spend this week Wednesday afternoon with a sick member, Mrs. Frank Wolf, -who has suffered with rheumatism for many weeks. Members will all contribute to a covered-dish lunch. Mrs. Clans TjarUs Injured— Mrs. Claus Tjarks required a doctor's services Saturday afternqon. The little finger of her right hand was caught In a car door and the flesh badly torn. No bones \we broken. Daughter for poctor SiniHis-— It Is reported that the second daughter was born to Doctor and Mrs. John Smith, at Chicago one da.y last week. The Smiths were f9» merly of Wesley. Their older daughter, Marian, is now six years old. Catholics Plan Jluly Bazaar— Father Wessllng went to west Bend Sunday, to assist Father Dobr bersteln with 13-hour devotions. It is announced that the annual baaaar here will take place in July, Children to be Continued— A class of 25 or 80 children will receive first communion at St. Joseph church next Sunday morning, following mass at 7:80. SeoJeM fl Cft>wj,tjo%- Mre. Cfcwwe SeefeW underwent on operation ' for appendicitis Kossuth JiofpttaJ. Al6°J?a. LINCOLN F, B, WOMEN PLAN JUNE PICNIC Lakota, May ID—Lincoln township Farm Bureau women met with Mrs. Dave Patterson Friday afternoon with Mesdames Fred Mabus, Will Mabus and A. E. Buckholz assisting hostesses. A final check-up on results for the project work was 'taken and final plans for Achievement day made. Plane were also made for the township picnic to be held at the Julius Jensen home June 19. The general F. B. meeting will be held at Henry Hofbauer's May 20.. Gus Torino will talk on, Boys 4-H Club Work; J. E. Wortman, Opportunities; and there will be a discussion of weed and law enforcement and women's project work. visiting her sons John and James last week and attended the graduating exercises at Ledytird. Her grandson Ivan is one of the graduates. She left Saturday for Roch- p.Mter, Minn., where a grnnddaughter,' Lola, daughter of the Torn .Smiths, graduates this week. The Adley Scotts, of Llbertyvllle, III., opont part of Inst week visiting the Joe Faulkncrs and the Alrcc Boeckholts. Adley is a nephew of Mrs. Faulkner. They cnme here from Estherville, where they had been visiting the Dan Scotts, Adley's parents. Mrs. Fred Schroeder entertained her parents, the Charles Lewis', the Arthur Korensons, Buffalo Center, and Olive Lewis, of Algona, last week Sunday In honor of Mother's dny. ^ The Lew's house was moved to the now !n":i"o-i inat week and Ray Kstle has been working on the excavation for the new schoolhouso. Contractor White, of Eldora, Is here and work began Monday. The H. 11. KecHees, parents of Mr.s. Harold Pierce, nnd a niece, Dorothy Sarrfs, nil of Ellsworth, spent the week-end with the \ PleiTCH. AVill Keinitz will again manage thp Standin-fi O'l station. He took possession Monday. Elmer Keinitz. who has boon mannger, has not yet decided what ho will do. C. H. Smith and son Raymond spent part of Inst week at DOS'; Molnes attending a meeting of the members of the Briardale stores. Mesdames Georgcna Noble, F. G. Torino, J. H. Warburton,. A. Q. Smith and daughter Lorraine were • at Blue Earth Saturday. j Mrs. Frank Krall has been entertaining her sister, Mrs. John Mey-| ers, of ' Polo, 111., for the last two ' weeks. | Mrs. F. G. Torlne and Mrs. Ed | Underdahl were hostesses to the j Dorcas Sunday school class 'last week AA r ednesday evening. • The Jess Dugans, of Burt, and the George Behrends, of Algona, were Sunday guests of the Nick Behrends. A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wortman last week Tuesday. This is the first child. A son was born last week to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Edwards. They now have three boys and three girls. which, was on Wisdom. A high school mixed chorus sang- We Love thy 1'lace, Oh God, and a trio sang I Waited for the Lord and Grateful, Oh Lord, Am I. Geraidine Boman, directed the singing. Commencement exercises will be held this week Tuesday evening at the gym, find the speaker will bo Dr. Edward II. Lauer, director of athletics at the University. Hour Toklo Tenclier Tnllt— The Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Reyman, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Peitzke, Mrs. William Thompson, and Mrs. H. C. Allen drove to Renwick last Thursday evening to hear the Rev. Dr. E. R. Fulkerson give a lecture on Japan. Doctor Fulkerson was In the diplomatic service in Japan a dumber of years, and for the last 20 years has been a professor in an American- Japanese college in Tokla. Etalith finulrrs Hnvn Picnic— The eighth grade and the teacher, MiHs Swenson, with Supt. Kate Skinner, had a picnic breakfast at the Mcnwlck park Saturday, returning at noon. This grade has made a remarkable record In that It did not fall below a ranking of nine all year. Ten is considered perfect. For the rating in arithmetic In book work, they were given the picnic as a prize. Wronflis f'la n nnd for Graves— The cemetery association met last Thursday with Mrs. E. C. Wolto. Flans were laid for Decoration day, and it was decided to meet at Mrs. Peter Thompson's the Friday afternoon before to make wreaths for soldiers' graves. The next regular meeting will be on June 11 with Mrs. D. Voss. I'liplls Surprise Tcnclicr— Irene Geishecker, local 5th and 6lh grnde teacher, was surprised by pupils last Thursday, the occasion being her birthday. The little girls furnished part of the cdiBle's, and the boys furnished money to purchase dainties. The party took place after recess. Miss Geishecker was presented with a box of stationary. Other Lu Verne IVews. Curds announcing Indlanola high -school commencement exercises have been received by .friends here of Lucile, eldest daughter of Mr, and Mr.s. Frank Thompson. Her clas« numbers Sn. •Mrs. J. H. White, Rochester, nnd her son Floyd, O f Byron, Minn., came Saturday,' called by ne^vs 6t the critical sickness of Mrs. White'* mother, Mrs. W. A. Patterson, with rheumatism. Mrs. Flora Raney, Grlnnell, her nrm Forrest, and Elwln, Carol, and Robert Van Doren, Webster City, attended'the class play here last Thursday evening. Mrs. w. F. Caldwell, of Maynard, son Leonard and daughter Wlnnl- fred were week-end guests at the S. F. Phillips and W. L. Ramua homes. Wilton Olson, Forest City student at Ames, visited friends here Sat* urday. fieraldine Boman spent the weekend at Forest City. —Order— Flowers — or"— Plants for MEMORIAL BAY early to secure best selection. Hortense S. Ferguson Phone 248. ISiicculiinrcntc Sermon Given— The program for the baccalaureate services for the class of 1!)31 held at the Presbyterian' church Sunday follows: processional, "Onward Christian Soldiers." congregation; invocation, the Rev. Boese,; scripture, the Rev. Frerking; song, Grant' Us Heavenly Father, high school girls; sermon, Pressing Toward the Mark, the Rev. Mr. Boese, text, Phil. 3-1314; Praise Ye the Father, Mixed Chorus; benediction, Rev. Mr. Boese. Work-on 3fow School Started— Pasfor's Xepheir In Clnss Piny— The Rev. and Mrs. Johnson went •to Kanawha Friday to spend .the day with relatives. In the evening they attended an H. S. CCIass play, "Mr. Pep," in which their nephew, Russel Gorton, took a leading part. Mrs. B. Morgan accompanied them home Saturday morning and the Rev. Johnson's parents, the J. U. Johnsons, came Sunday to spend the day and Mrs. Morgan went home with them. 14 Take 8th Grade Exams— Rural eighth graders who took their examination In Lakota last week are: Ruth Nelson, Genevleve Bobo, Orvllle Koppen, Bertha Ailts, Helen Christ, Berdina Smith, Ben Heyes, Louise Shipler, Melvln Schroeder, Lyle Shipler, Margaret Hippen, Ella Christ, Sila Hapklngst and Elclon Heetland. Acorn Club Meets Thursday— Mrs. Jerry Ukena was hostess to the Acorn cluta last week Thursday. The program was: roll call, Quotations on Music; singing, Swnnne River; hymns composed by Americans, Mrs. Grabau; hymn memory contest, Edith Schroeder. The next meeting will be with Emma Gutknecht May 28. Ramsey Twp. Pioneer Dies— The Henry Pattersons and Henry's mother, Mrs. Sarah Patterson, attended the funeral of a. relative, Mrs. John Patterson, at Armstrong: last week Sunday. Mrs. Patterson was, a daughter of John Stewart, one of the pioneers of Ramsey tpwnsljip, who later lived east of town. Calf Club Plans Tour— The Lakota boys 4-H calf club met with the president, Lewis Price, Friday evening. Plans were made for the club tour, June 18. County Agent and Mrs. Morrison and Judge and Mrs,'W. B. Quarton were visitors. Judge Quarton gave a talk on club work, H. 8. Athletes are Entertained— Raymond, son of the Henry Pattersons, east of town, entertained 38 members of the athletic division, the coach, and four other teachers of the Buffalo Center high school Friday evening. Raymond graduates thig year. Flowers Have Daugiiter— Friends received the announcement of- a daughter, Elinor May, born to Mr. ftnd Mrs. BJlwJn Flower at Zearlng, May 8. Mrs. Flower Is better known here as..Beulah Bell. R. N. A- Deputy Conducts School-. , The Royal Neighbors met at the hall Mpnday evening and the district deputy, Mrs, Mabel Potter, of Spencer, held a school of instruction, Berschmans Are Building Home— The'IJ- J. Berschmans are building a new modern home on their farm south of town. Ben Farrow is doing the work. QthergLakota. Mrs. B. p. Worley'a parents, the M. U- Payeys, Mr. and, 'Mrs, B. W. P§aWer and M^-s.. McCorkle, mother of TXffSt Ps^&Jer ,$U Of M#so», City, spent Sunday wP» 1&9 Wosleys, arriving in time to attend cb.uroh ser- ytpe, Jty the afternoon, t&e AGED DRESSES SEEN AT PARTY ATLU/ERNE Lu Verne, May ID — Something new and unique in the way of a program for the -Progressive club took place Friday at Conauelo Hanna's. The "something new" was an old- fashioned party in which chests c*- precious garments of many years ago were opened and gowns of silk, embellished with rare old lace and bead -trimmings, and of wool with caps of embroidery and lace, pant- alettes,' bags of lace, knitted silk shawls and hats were used In adornment of members for a Guest day. Gowns of 50 years ago down to the early nineties were worn and an old-fashioned atmosphere prev- vailed throughout. Aside from a display of antiques brought by members,. Including old silver, glass, jewelry, linen, and -books, some dating back more than 100 years, there were pictures of members taken when they were infants. The program consisted of old songs, old poems from McGuffy's Fourth reader, and a grand march, followed by old-fashioned dances. An oriental lace dress worn by a Lu Verne belle of the "SO's won first place and a piece of silk lingerie, and a wedding gown of 60 years ago won second. Mrs. Geo. TV. Hanna, and Mrs. C. C. Phillips, Livermore, served as judges. 'A two-course ti;ay lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by her mother. As a climax to the afternoon group pictures were taken on the lawn. Some 40 women were in attendance. Tuesday Club Honors Mothers — The Tuesday club met last we,ek Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. O. J. •Marty's for Its annual guest day, 40 women, besides children, attending. Each member and guest responded to roll call with a tribute to mother. Florence Hot and Mrs. H. H. Lichty sang a duat, Gathering Flowers in May, and Mrs. H. A. Reyman gave a reading, Dad Says So Anyhow. After the program, the women had a balloon race and other contests. A tray lunch of chicken Balad, sandwiches, and angel pie was served. Nut-cups, favors, and name cards were in the federation colors. The next meeting will be on May 28 at Mrs. Emll Neal's. Preaches to Graduates— .The annual sermon for the senior class was preached at the Methodist church Sunday evening, a large audience attending. The Rev. •H. A. Reyman gave the address, For > Economy - There are many reasons * why it is better to send your family washing to the ' laundry, one «of ; which is the matter of ;; economy. Consider the ' yearly cost of your laun- '. dry equipment, soap, ;; wash <• woman service, ;; etc. Our way is cheaper. flPl|ff *W Tre^^Wff ^(^flp flR ^^^9W^P^**'IWfla Jf m<®t* Department Stores You can tell by the comparative price the remarkable values you'll get in this ' Special Sale of SUMMER SILKS •»»»»«»»»»»«»»»»»»*»»»«»»«»»»»»+ $1.29 Regular $1.95 Grade \ They're new! They're different. A low price for silks of such fine quality. We are boastful of the artful fashions of each one of these new patterns and we are equally boastful of the money-saving price we are asking. Women who know fabrics will realize , the perfect qualities and the season's smartest designs and colorings. 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