Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1931 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 21, 1931
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THURSDAY, MAY AUXILIARY TO SELL POPPIES AT LONE ROCK Lone Rock, May 19—The Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion room last week Wednesday afternoon. | After the business meeting the poppy sale was discussed. The 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade children handed In poppy posters and the committee was to give them to Mrs. H. J. Hicc and Jfrs. W. J. Cotton, who had consented to act as judges. The posters are to be hung in the different business houses to advertise the poppy sale this week-end. Prize winners will be announced j next week. Everyone is urged to buy a poppy Cor proceeds go to aid disabled or dependent veterans or their orphans and widows. There will be a number ot national poppy broadcasts this week. liasclmll Team Is Organized— Chip Sharp has organized a Lone Rock baseball club anil the opening i game will be played here May 31. The colored battery Is composed of Fred Sims, who has been on the Jamestown, N. D., ball club for the last two years as pitcher, and Brooks, from Winnipeg, Can., :is catcher. Home town and neighboring town boys eligible to play are Alfred Kueger, Donald Blanchard, Oscar Earing, Lawrence Newbrough, Harold Gross, Loyd Htitchinson, of Lone Rock; Meyers, of Ringsted; Carol Wander and Stanley Munch, of Fenton; and George and Albert Manus, of Burt. The team plays' Lake Mills there Sunday. Oppon- ; ents for May 31 have not yet been j secured. ' Crowd Attends lini-enlaureate— A large crowd listened to the baccalaureate address given by Rev. S. M. Gladstone Sunday evening to graduates. The program follows: Processional, Colla Jane Hollister; song; Scripture lesson and prayer, Rev. Gladstone; song, "My Task," girls glee club: sermon, "Conditions for Prosperity," Rev. Gladstone; song, The Wild Rose, girls' quartette; benediction, Rev. Gladstone; recessional, C'oila Jane Hollister. Mrs. Dclliert Hunt llwivorlnp— Mrs. Delbert T-lanna has been seriously ill for the pa.st week with sinus trouble, and was operated on last week Wednesday by Dr. W. D. Andrews. A Miss Cook, of Fairmont, is nurse. Mrs. Hanna is reported recovering. THniers Xow at Kasli- (!rovi>— A. D. Ulmers wont to Eagle Grove Saturday, where he will be relief train dispatcher for most of the summer. Howard Stephens, of Goldfield, will have charge of the depot here during Mr. Ulmer's absence. Takes Charge of Fenton C'lifc— Mrs. Glen Sharp and children have been in Fenton all week, and Mrs. Sharp is taking care of the restaurant while her parents, the John Dempfioys, went to Missouri to attend a funeral. . Donald Blimclinrd on College Team- Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and Gordon, and Mrs. Fred Schultz drove to Mason City Saturday to see the former's son Donald play ball with the Cedar Falls college team. (" Other Lone Rock. Roberta Davieon, of Sheffield, came last week to visit the Dransfeldt and Roderick families. She recently came back from California, where she has been visiting an uncle. Francis Fish, who attends college at Cedar Falls, spent the week-end with friends here and with his parents, the W. T. Fishes, now of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. John Link and family, and Mrs. Amelia Brown, of Moline, 111., arrived Saturday for a few days visit with the Fred Genrich family. Watson Shick, W. J. Bourne, and G. C. Pettit attended the auction of contents of the Ilobarton creamery Saturday. The Roy Jensen family and Joe Elvldge were Sunday guests at Ed Hauptman's at Wesley. The Fred Rath family drove to Curlew Monday to visit the Henry Raths. Mrs. Frank Pompe, who has been 111 with diabetes for some time, is better. The Torn Lynches, of Swea City, were Sunday guests at Otis Sanders'. Otis Sanders was at Bancroft and Swea City last week Wednesday. Airs. Ernest Jensen will entertain the Mite society this Thursday. Mrs. G. A. Sharp has been ill with the flu since Sunday. Ernest Jensen visited in Emmetsburg Saturday. My tiva >V. Streit. Country Cltib Season Opened— The Algona Country club's social season 'was formally opened Tuesday night withia dinner, bridge, and dancing party. Hosts and hostesses were: Messrs, nnd Mesdames H. M. Hauberg. R. H. Horigan, M. P. Weaver, 13. J. Gilmore, P. J. Christensen, Albert Ogren, G. F. Towne. G. S. Buchanan, F. D. Williams, A. D. Adams, D. E. Dewel, K. J. Smith, Burt, and L. E. Linnan and F, L. McMahon. Dinner was served at 7, and 100 plates were laid at four long tables in the dining room decorated with apple blossoms. During dinner an orchestra played. After dinner there was bridge, and Mrs. F. D. Mathes, Mrs. M. J. Streit, \V. A. Lorenz, and H. W. Pletch won the high scores, Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nugent winning the family prize. After bridge there was dancing till 1 o'clock. The first afternoon party Is! scheduled for next Tuesday, and the hostesses wflj be Mesdames H. E. Itist, chairman, J. O. Paxson, T. H. Holmes. Joseph Greonberg, Torkel Hill, and K. D. James. The next evening party is scheduled for June 2, with the following committee in charge: Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews, chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. John Frankl. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stillman, Beth Backus, Lucia Wallace, and John Haggard. Jrariruret Bartlett Honored— Airs. Carl Walker and Mrs. Arnold Roupe, of Alexandria, entertained in Miss Bartlett's honor at a miscellaneous shower Sunday, and Mrs. Oscar Anderson, Mrs. H. W. Post, and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey entertained 30 women at a miscellaneous shower last night at the Post home. Marie Carney, Rose Arend, Lillie Blinkman, and Mrs. Hattle Phillips also entertained at a kitchen shower last week Wednesday night in honor o£ Miss Bartlett. The guests first had a steak fry at the Shelter House at the Ambrose A. Call state park. After supper the honoree unwrapped her gifts. There were la guests. Mrs. E. L. Wolcott entertained at a 7 o'clock dinner Tuesday evening, and besides the honoree and her fiance, Raymond L. Reid, the bride- to-be's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bartlett, and brother, Harley Rartlett, were guests. Thursday night. A two-course dinner was served nt 6:30 to 28 members at Mrs. Hortense Ferguson's, with the guests seated at two long •tables centered with bouquets of lulls and apple blossoms. An after dinner program at the Fredrick home consisted of a dance by ]}hyl- Us Sawyer and Phyllis Mathes; n play, "It Can't Be Done," by Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Ward, Mrs. William Shirley, and Mr. Frederick; and a musical guessing 'contest, which was won by Mrs. Ward. HalojoM Club Enjoys 1'lny— The Halcyon club met with President and Mrs. H. C. Frederick last Hcports on Klwimls Convention— Dr R. M. Wallace gave a revirw ot the IflSl Klwanls International convention, "which ho recently attended at Miami, Fin., before the Kiwani.-'. club last Thursday. Mrs. Wallace accompanied him and they made a side trip to Cuba. Cigars and ciga.rets purchased there were distributed to members of the club. roc-tor Wallace did not finish his report and will continue today by re- ia- ng some of his observations in Cuba. Theodore Hutchison, who is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchison, and a Mr. Swift, of Ma:-on City, were guests of the club. Departing A IRmi la n Honored— Mrs. Harry Hargreaves entertained at bridge In honor of Mrs. Russell Cook last week Wednesday •niglit. Mr. and Mrs. Cook will leave soon for Austin, Minn., where they will make their home. The high score was won by Mrs. Ralph Elbert, and Mrs. D. K. Sheehan won the consolation. Other guests were Mesdames Harry Edward, I, W. Roeder, W. D. Howie, Henry Johannsen Jr., and Arthur Helberg. Mrs. Cook was given a guest prize. Entertiiln at Two Parties— Mrs. Henry Becker, Mrs., W. J. Becker, and Mrs. A. T. Tweet entertained at luncheon and bridge Tuesday noon at Mrs. Henry Becker's. At one o'clock a two-course luncheon was served to 20 women seated at small tables centered with bouquets of daisies. The high bridge scores were won by Mrs. L. M. Merrill and Mrs. W. T. Daughan. The same hostesses entertained 28 women at dinner and bridge last night at the same- place. Two Schools In ItanquHs Hero— The Wesley high school's annual junior-senior banquet took place at Mrs. Hortense Ferguson's Tuesday evening. An Indian theme predominated in decorations and program. The Rodman juniors and seniors had a banquet a.t the same place last week Wednesday evening, covers being laid for 22 pupils and Mrs. Johnson, English teacher. Telephone Force Hiis Picnic— The local telephone force had a picnic dinner a t the Ambrose A. METHODIST* C. V. Itnlso, Pnsfor —Next Sunday evening baccalaui> eate services in honor of the local high school class of 1931, will be held at this church, and the Rev. J. L. Coleman, pastor of the Presbyter- Ian 'church, will be speaker. This will be a union service . . . The annual Northwest Iowa Conference Epworth League Institute will be held at the Methodist camp grounds, West Okobojl, July 13-20, and the local League plans to send a large delegation ... A vacation Bible school will open at the local church June 8. A corps of efficient teachers has been engaged, and prospects are brlfeh't for a successful school. It will be sponsored by the local Sunday school board. Parents are urged to lay plans now for cooperation. PHESRYTJJJMAiV, 3. L. Colemnn, Pastor—Morning hours of worship: 10—study hour; 11—worship and memorial services In which the following organizations will participate: D. A. R., G. A. R., W. R. C., Spanish-American veterans, Legion, and Auxiliary. Sermon theme, A Memorial of Liberty . . . Evening: Y. P. S. C. E., 6:30. Many interesting moments In this hour. Do not forget that pal of yours. At 7:30, baccalaureate at the Methodist church, sermon subject, Opportunities of the Day. FIRST LUTHERAN, C. E. Olsson, Pastor — Sunday school next Sunday at 10 a. m.; morning worship at 11.0:45. . . At Bancroft, the Aid will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 at Mrs. Soderberg's, and the Luther League at the same place at S p. m. the same day. The Sunday school will meet at 10 a. in., and there will be evening services at .8. TRINITY EV. LUTHERAN, P. ,1. Brancr, Pastor — The festival of Pentecost will be celebrated next Sunday. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.; English divine service at ,1,0. served at small tables centered with bouquets of tulips.- High scores were won by Mrs..-'D. D. 'Paxson, Mrs. W, B. Quarton, and Mrs. J. F. Atiner, Des Molnes. Mesdames A. C. Holtzbauer, Harry Hargreaves, fi. J. McBvoy, and Josephine Stanlon entertained at bridge at Mrs. Anna March's Monday night. Al-7 a Ihree-course dinner was served al small lables. The high bridge scores were won by Jennie Cooney and Mrs. O. W. Erlckson, and Mrs. John Kohlhaas won Iho consolation. * Mesdames J, L. Sonar; J. S. Auner, R. H. Crawford, and H. M. Hauberg entertained 32 women at brlcjge last week Wednesday at the Bonar home. At one o'clock a two-course luncheon was served at small tables centered with bouquets of flowers. The high scores were won by Mrs. A. E. Michel and Mrs. H. W. Pletch. Mesdames C. R. La Barre, G. S. Buchanan, A. L. Long, and A. E. Michel entertained 40 women at a bridge-luncheon Monday at the La Barre home. The high bridge scores were won by Mrs. J. W. Little, Mrs. Fred Bartholomew, and Mrs. J. C. lawdsley. Dr. and Mrs. H. L. McCorkle en- ertained their dinner bridge club ast week Wednesday night. Mrs. Henry Reimer and Maurice Bar- holomew won the high scores, Mr. nd Mrs. Victor Lowe the consola- ion. The Woman's club will meet at he Country club clubhouse next Monday at 3 p. m. The program will onsist of a May Fete presented by hildren under the direction of Mrs. 3. A. Scheme! and Mrs. D. R. Steele. L 25c lunch will follow. Mrs. A. E. Kresensky entertained 2 women at bridge last week Vednesday night in honor of Mrs. -larry Cutler, Cedar Rapids. The ligh score was won by Mrs. M. H. 'alkenhalner. The 'Baptist Mission Circle will neet this afternoon at 2:30 with Anna Ingersol!; Mrs. Prank Stoner, esson leader. A monthly meeting of the Legion Auxiliary' will be held tomorrow night at 8 at the Legion hall.. The Trinity Lutheran Aid will neet today with Mrs. August Becker. Call state park Sunday afternoon. The "eats" were furnished by the losing side in a contest for new telephone subscribers. Gertrude 'Kuck- enreuther led the losers and the winners were headed by. E. F. Gorman. There were 28 persons at the picnic. SALESBOOKS OF ALL KINDS. We get them for you and you pay no more than you pay outsiders who ake your money out of town where get none of it back.—Advance. 2atf Other Society News Mesdames C. R. LaBarre, G. S. Buchanan, A. L. Long, and A. E. Michel, entertained 40 women at dinner and bridge Saturday night at the former's home. At seven ! o'clock a two-course dinner was BAYSIDE TO OPEN SUNOAYsfflEE G.ATE Clear Lake, May 19— Bayside will be opened next Sunday for the season, according to John Shea, manager. For several weeks men have been working to get things in readiness. Some of the older build- ,ings have been remoVed and others have been repaired, remodeled painted, and decorated,. Many changes and improvements have been made since last season. A new whip has been installed, also a new penny arcade with 50 machines and a new fish pond. The rollei coaster has been rebuilt and repainted. Several thousand dollars have been spent to put the park in a finer condition than ever before. Kezt Sunday the entertainment cftncz&ai'jn.- 1 ., including the merry-go- round, roller coaster, whip, little train, ar.d aeroplane swing will feaiUae visitors-. The skating rink tv.o weeks ago, l»as recently ;:provtd and the instrument ^pl:*:3 miicic has been over- Tit* ^.f.:.' 4&..I&I «•;.'£ 'r ?.'<s* v» 's'-i law* tv»>-.: - --. i-rounda. tables, and -kj'stitin&<t, which are if. Tiiz'.'.'tns, have been 'i t.tiitr that everyone i.v.prov*rnt-nts that t'lurrf; will be no ,^£ fciy^i'Jt on the A BIG SCOOP *****»»«»»»»«»»»*»»»»»+»»»+»«»»»»».»»»»«»»»»»»»»« The Greatest Dress Values in Ten Years I 3 Days Only THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY-MAY 21-22-23 We offer for this special three days selling, the greatest dress values ever presented in Algona. These are not cheap, poorly made garments which we bought in a "clean-up" but first class "stock" garments from our high grade line, augmented by "special buys" from reliable manufacturers. Both spring and summer styles are represented—about 75 garments in all sizes from 14 to 44. And this is a complete, well balanced showing of the greatest dress values in our history. $ 5.95 EACH Extra Special 1 We offer for these three days in all sizes from 14 to 44, the famous ROTHMOOR coats — about 20 ot them— worth up to $35.00, in one grand clean-up price. AH materials are imported and all Coats are strictly HAND FINISHED. $ 19,50 _ Flllt TltlMJdEI) !IO»ELS ABE »25.<t». inu«iMiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiii«iwiw TEACHERS IN SUNDAY SCHOOLSTOBETAU6HT A coaching school to quaWy teachers for dally vacation Bible schools In the Algona district of sthe Northwest Iowa Methodist Conference will be held Saturday In the local church. According to .Dist. Supt. W. H. L,ease, this is a new adventure In religious education which Is becoming popular and rendering a big service supplementing the Sunday school. There were 18 such schools hist year In the district, and the number is expected to be doubled this year. In the school Saturday persons' who have had experience will share Ideas with persons starting.' The school will be conducted In round table style. Persons interested from any denomination will be welcomed. The Algona district Is leading the conference In a religious education program which It Is developing. During the winter standard ti-ainlng schools were conducted in the' six groups'of the district, with an enrollment of more than 300 officers and teachers under competent supervision. Plans are laid for larger success next year. AVith this new emphasis on trained leadership, splendid gains are seen in all the churches, Mr. Lease reports. MIMEOGRAPHING ,ADVANCE Iowa Sexton The Aid will meet this week Thursday at Mrs. Lambert Brethorst's, northeast of town. The.Sexton band gave a dance at the local hall last week Tuesday night. This week Tuesday night another dance will be given. A contest In the Sunday school is drawing attendance. There were 46 Sunday. The contest will e.nd on the second Sunday in June, when the losers will entertain the winners at a picnic. Mrs. Ferd Brethorst is captain of the Greens; Mrs. Mack Wise, captain of the Yellows. C. E. Sweete, Algona, and Robert Riley, Sexton, are building a gas station and tourist camp at a point back of the Wise, store. They put Notice! For tlie balance of this month and through June I am giving Naivette Permanent;; for $6 A party of four may have them at reduced prices. Try . a Naivette wave and bo satisfied. JESSIE STEBRITZ Call 44. Lone Rock oonaaanaoa up the'station Saturday, and Me. Sweete, manager, anhbunced that-he would handle Phillips 66 gas. tVflllam hartley Is ng&in bedfast with pronehltts, and Is under the bare of Doctor Cretzmeyer, Marie Harris held a school picnic Friday at the Ambrose A.- Call state pnrk. This closed the school. Marie will teach 'next term two miles south of the school she has had, which Is five miles. north on the Titonka graveled road. 'The Myrle Richards family, -Lone Rock, Mr. and Mfa. William Greenfield, Irvlngton, and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richards, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at A. L. Greenfield's. . ,-.'•' Mr. and Mrs, George Olsen -Sr. spent Sunday at their daughter Mrs. Gilbert Benschotcr's, Kanawha. The John Rimers returned one. day last week from a week with Mrs. Uamer's mother at Remsen. The Albright school which closed last week,.'held a picnic Sunday In the Albright timber. Neva Albright was teacher. . Mrs. Herman Buckholtz, Minneapolis, who Is, visiting* her sister, Mrs. Carl Paetz, Is able to be up and around the house again. She has been sick most of the time since she #.- nooM~AN7T , week. 300 jo LOST _ U(',HT~~V •~'- : -~- noat. Please i rn ° W X gftlM- if found. ° '" AdJ[ FOR n"BNTr:rmr-,TTr-- the M. ,l. Yonnc , Modern. Cnli SKJ.J 'I 1 ' 0 * T W( , 1,1 «. t- 1 " 11 FOR SAUrT Poland China f WATKIN'S • lots, per 5-gal., lots, Ions, $i. Kennedy school. girl who crime fm m ago wants po.slt| ()n in Speaks Unprllsh, hllv ,-high school (hii-i, lg l ast , manent position .lo'sifcrt 0 "'. 1 ! marie Doose, Hancroft. ""^j SaleofHah Three days tills week, Thursday, Friday., Saturday MAY 21-22-23 "Where You Feel at Home" We offer this week, for three djiys, a grand clean-un sale of every Spring and Summer straw and hair hat in bur stock which formerly sold at $5.00 and $595 $2.95 This is a great opportunity to get a new hail at a small price. Andre- member these are all] exclusive one-of-a-kind hats, in all popular col-, ors, including tan, navy, 1 . black, white, and pastels. This clean-up conies earlier than usual, and we cannot emphasize too strongly the exceptional bargains you will find here. • CHRISCHILLES & HERBST Millinery Department. Mail-a-Want To Fill-a-Want Because of the Advance's county wide circulation, want advertising in this paper it exceptionally productive. . At the same Umi'M s inexpensive. Heplles often cost the advertiser less than a cent apiece. Note-Except Ion, -reader.." .n, kind of advertl.ini "I In the same type as the news Is a "want ad." You "want" to sell as well as buy, you « W .nf to trade, you -w.nl" to reut a ho« or farm, yon "want- to take cons to pastnre, etc. All such advertising is called "want- advertlolnt by newipaper*. •^——— J'l Only 2c a Word Each Week No Insertion Less Than ,20c a Week — We Do Not Charge Want Ads — Stamps, Cash, or Check MUST Accompany Order LIP THIS FORM AND FILL IT IN Your Name.... _ Addres. .„..._„ How many week.U advertisement to run?._____ „ Amount enclo.ed f.. Note—Write plainly, one word In each space below Ini-lnrti,,^ „„„ ^^ do not write name In form below but count four extra words to rov*' f d * r ? M «. f* P h( *<>. « you do not want your name to L.. must reaen Advance by 10 o'clock Tuesday morning to Insure iMerti^'i ke «P'nir tract of replies and forwarding. AdTertiiemeit | where. e lo lnsure ^^n\on In regular want column; If received later It may appear el* who are entitled to a special the or a member oUh/family, rate hut.** rate, but to get U they must a famer and • Paid-up member of the Kossuth County F«» iiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHm,,,

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