Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1931 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 21, 1931
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YAOB TWO KOSSUTtt COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA :21 GRADUATES AT BURT WILL GET DIPLOMAS :Burt, May 19 — A large audience (attended baccalaureate services at *he Presbyterian church Sunday. •'The sermon was given by the Rev 'S. H. Aten, who took as his theme the •class motto, "Launched, but "Whither Bound?" A union choir .and a mixed high school chorus .furnished special music. Commencement exercises will be at the Jleth- waist church this week Wednesday -evening, and Doctor Olson, president of Luther college, Decornh, will "be speaker. A class oC 111 girls and ^ten boys will be graduated: Viola "Smith, George Schroeder, Margaret 3tash, Virginia Thaves, Ellen Vutav •Mne, Wanda Walt'man, Eldon Bush SMarie Giddlngs, Kosella Godden, "Rnomona Koestler, Beada Kollasch Ernest Laverenz, Howard Powers, 'Korma Bcttin, Myron Chipman, Merwyn Cunningham, Elmer "Kwolrtt, Orovor Fairbanks-, Alay- IbeJle Gray, and Wilfred Stewart. •Senior Class I'luy J'lvases— The senior class play, "Lookln 1 I«ovely," drew a capacity crowd 'Thursday evening at the Belltone iheater, and many had difficulty in securing seats. The play, which •was directed by Helen Johnstone, •tras well given. Parts were taken 3by Maybelle Gray, Williamina Gld- fiings, Raemond Koestler, Beada jKolIasch, Norman Bettin, Grover Fairbanks, George Schroeder, George -Graham, Merwyn Cunningham, and 'Elmer Ewoldt. Two grade children, JUehard Chipman and Ruth Schroe- «JeT, took the parts of two naughty •children. Other members of the <dass who took part in special features, which were put on between -acts were: The orchestra; a solo, "Say Something, Silas," by Elmer Uwoldt; a Scandal Song by six girts; and an amusing choir re- aiearsed under the leadership of Myron Chipman. which was to have been held at Geo. C. Hanna's Friday evening, & postponed because of the serious sickness of Mrs. Delbert Hannd. who has sinus trouble. Pastors to Bible School Meet— The Rev. S. H. Aten, Burt, and the Rev. S. M. Gladstone, Lone Rock, will attend a daily vacation Bible school conference at Fort Dodge this week Wednesday. Martha Tiet/, Hospital Patient- Martha Tletz was taken to the Kossuth Hospital Sunday, and Is reported critically sick. A. (r. Carrs Have flth Child— Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Carr are parents of a son, born Sunday. This is the ninth child. Hurt Wins from Whitiemore— The Burt ball team played Whittemore here Friday afternoon, Burt winning, !)-G. dnTi Gives Mothers' Tea— The Busy Bee club held its an- snual mothers' tea at Esther Bahling's Friday afternoon, GO attending. The following program was Erven: music, Mrs. Frank Thomp- 'json, Algona; duet, Wilma Strayer and Kaitherine Leason; reading, "Winifred Long; recitation, Lula Du- Ban; song Edna Staley; one-act play, Other Burt. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith left Saturday, spent the night with a sister of Mrs.' Smith at Tama, and wont on Sunday to Chicago, where Mr. Smith was to attend a meeting of Xow York Lil'e agents. Mrs. Bliwibeth Little, Kingsley, is with the Smith children during the parents' absence. She is Mrs. Smith's mother. The. W- H. M. S. met Saturday afternoon at Mrs. B. AV. Brooke's, Mrs. H. W- Manus assisting hostess. Mrs. J. E. Clifton and Mrs. O. G. Stow gave reports of a missionary convention held at Clarion last week Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Lieman, her (laughters Marion and lone, and Mrs. I. H. Lovrien, all of Humboldt, spent Sunday at Walter Klamp's, and Mrs. Lovrien remained for the week. Durward and Clayton Moore left Friday for their respective homes at Cedar Rapids and Gary, Ind. They had been called here by news of the accident suffered by their brother Herbert. J. O. Isenberger, Mrs. Mary Stewart, and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Klamp -attended , the funeral of Mrs. Jennie L'arrioreaux, Titonka, Sunday. 'She was a sister of Mr. Isenberger and Mrs. Stewart. Phyllis Clifton went to Sioux City Friday with Edith Budlong, Titonka, to have her eyes tested. They returned Sunday. She visited Mrs. Rebb, niece of Mrs. Clifton. The Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifton, Mrs. George Carroll, Mrs. J. G. Sewick, and 'Mrs. O. G. Stow attended Mrs. Wilfred Chafee assistant hostess. K. J. Smith attended a. Briardale convention in Des Moines the first part of laet week. The Queen Esther Circle will meet this week Tuesday evening with Lucille Sewlck. Mrs. Mary Orchard, Charles City, ime Sunday to visit her niece, Mrs. V. R. Rash. Mr. and Mrs. ,1. T. Heany visited riends at Ledyard and Elmore unclay. Banker F. E. Ilubey visited his 'ife and daughter at Ames over the •eek-end. The August Stroms, Algona, were unday dinner guests at Jay D. Graam's. C. L. and Merwyn Holding and \ A. Ringsdorf fished at Tuttle -iake Sunday. ' Harold Smith and Frank Reynolds eft' Monday for California in the ormer's car. WHITTEMORE JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET HELD AVhittemore, May 19—The junior enior banquet was held last Thurs evening at the academy hall vhich was beautifully decorated in riangular style with green an< vhite, the senior class colors. Bou luets of American Beauty cut roses vere centerpieces of three tables ?he class motto, "Not Evening, Bu Dawn," entwined with • roses wai placed on the wall, above whicl lung the senior class picture. Joseph Leobach was toastmaster and toasts were given as follows Velcome, Joseph Leobach; Fare veil, Luke Higgins; American Jeauty rose, Irene Esser; Here's t he Juniors, Mae Higley; To 'the Seniors, Hildred Elbert; To the Ath etes, Ruth Ann Smith; .Pat th> rlshman, ' Josephine Dahlhauser Short talks were given by Fathe Veit and Father Davern. About 65 attended the banquel 3uests were Father Davern an Jichael Elbert, Algona; Merril iawson, Eagle Grove; Joe Fuchsen Michael and Cecelia Beach, Whitte more. Michael and Cecelia Bescl urnished music during the thre course dinner, and Mre. Flemin 'urnished music for the dance iPeters, JKonert Ward loses Young 1 Son— Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings and Mrs. Donald Weir and Mrs. W. T! a w -' H ' M - S ' cpnvention at Clarion last week Wednesday. Mrs. Etta Whalen, who has been .spending several weeks here at the home of her son, C. F. Whalen, left Mrs. Matilda Ward left Wednesday I Wednesday for Sioux City, where .she will visit a daughter. H. A. Thompson was ill in bee several days last week. L. R. Dan iels had charge of the harness shoi during his absence. Hannabelle Giddings, taking nurs ing at Iowa City, came home las jveek Wednesday to visit her par "nts, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddingf Hollis Trainer, L. H. Schenck James Powers, and a Mr. Miche son, Clarion, fished near Wilmai Minn., over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dettman vis ited last week Tuesday with Mrs Dettman's brother, Chris Godfred son, at Ringsted. The U and I circle met Friday af ternoon at Mrs. G. C. Allen's, wit evening for New Underwood, S. D., where they were called by the fleath of a 10-year-old son of the Hobert Wards. Robert Ward and Mrs. Giddings are brother and sister. Raymond Housour delivered mail on route 1 'during Mr. Gid- fling's absence. K. J. Smith Heads P. T. A.— At the last meeting of the P. T. A. »t the schoolhouse last week Wednesday evening, officers were elect*fl: K. J. Smith, president; C. B. Chipman, vice president; Anna Overgaard, secretary; Mrs. W. T. Peters, program chairman. V. B. Meeting is Postponed— A Burt Farm Bureau meeting Songs were sung. Members of the graduating clas are Irene Esser, Mae Higley, Mar Alma O'Brien, Mary Elizabeth E! jert, Rosella Neu, Frances Duffy Leo Elbert, Hugh Duffy, Jame Fleming, and Luke Higgins, hono student. Former Local Hoy on Dude Rancli— Gottlieb Naas, who Is employed o a dude ranch near Cody, Wyo writes that they had a mild winte and cattle and sheep could graze o the open range, necessitating bu little feeding. He says there will be shortage of water for irrigation purposes In the Big Horn basin this year. Gottlieb has been employed at Cody for three years. The ranch was owned by a rich eastern man who died during the year. Gottlieb was placed in charge of the ranch pending settlement of the estate, and it Is understood that he has an opportunity to go east with sons of he owner after the ranch affairs ave been settled. Gottlieb Is a son f Mr. and Mrs. JuHus Maas, of fis- hervllle, formerly of Whlttemore. nnday Ball Games Played— The Mallard boys and girls' kit- enball teams played here Sunday. The local .boys lost, 8-5, but the girla won, 1G-0, In five Innings, th» Mallard girls then giving up. The ocal ball nine played here the same lay against Fenton, winning, 3-1. The high school nine played at Burt 'riday, and lost, 9-5. Lester Qulnh Itched for Whlttemore and Edward -teller caught. i'orcli is Found Ablaze— The Reinhard Behnkes, southeast of town, wore startled Friday night between one and two a. m., when Mrs. Behnke was awakened by smoke and it was found that an en closed porch on the south was aflame, i The blaze was soon put out Fred Lahmann, Whittemore resl- .1-snt, owns the place and the house was covered by insurance. P. C. Daileys in Visit Hurt-Mr, and Mrs. F. C. Dailey, Tulsa Okla., arrived, last week Monday t visit Mrs. Dailey's parents, Mr. an Mrs. M. C. Weir. The Daileys ha< lived in Oklahoma some years, bu flo not p'.an to go back, intending t seek a location in the North. Ml Dailey is an electrician. They livec in Algona before they moved t Oklahoma. al sickness of tier mother at Elmhurst, ill. The jesseris left by ftUto or filmhurst the same day; Mome Quarantine Lift**-** The William Hlggins family^ was let but of quarantine for .scarlet lever early last week. .Rosella had the disease. • . , noon. A Mrs.| Brown, Algonfl, won the high score, and' Mrs. Jas. Alle-n, also Algona, second. the F>ancls filberts rind Dorothy Heldenwlth spent Sunday afternoon at the Barber Henry Lavrenz home, Algona. • . Dorothy Kenne and Verena Kas; " chmitter accompanied John Kasch" mlttef -tO'-AUoft-fcftturday' for An oveif Sunday vl*H. AtfsMft)*?- Glrton, former an, Was recently elected ...... .. president o£ Mason' City.,*" ' "W, - 1 A 5 . 'savage aftp .Etnil Braotz went ' fishing Sunday" and had good luck. at William , Fred the home WOSj XVM i«a there. Drn.v Lino in N«w Hands— The Elbert dray line is now operated by J. V. Elbert and his son Roger P., whto took charge last week Monday. F. N. Elbert, who had operated it, two or three years, has taken up other work. Mrs. .lessen's Mother Sick— Mrs. P. L. Jessen received a telegram Friday announcing the critl- Choir and Altar Boys Frolic— The St. Michael junior choir and the altar boys had a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state -pa'rk last *veck Tuesday. Whittemore Girl Graduate Nnrsfc— Irene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Foxsen, will be a member ot the nurses' graduating class at St. Mary's, Rochester, May 26. Other Whlttcmore. Edward and John Lottman, of Jolley, and the Carl Matflelds, Pom. eroy, spent Sunday at Maurice Mai lory's. Edward, John, and Mrs. Matfield are brothers and sister ot Mrs. Mallory. Edwin, son of the Mai' lorys, has been abed a week or so with pneumonia. Laurenz Kenne, Whlttemore, cur- rier salesman tor the Register and Tribune, and his parents have been invited by Gardner Cowies, publisher of the newspaper, to attend the carrier, salesmen's convention and frolic in Des Moines June 15. The Lutheran Aid held its social evening last week Monday evening at St. Paul's school hall. Five hundred was played at six tables. Prizes were given to Hugo Meyer, Victor Dau, Luella Vaudt, and Lillian Heidenwith. Herbert Vaudt and Bernice Balgeman attended a birthday surprise party last week Wednesday evening in honor of Helen Hanselman, Lu Verne. Mrs. Ray Crawford entertained at bridge lost week Wednesday after- llllllllll^ MOST FAMILIES cannot afford to pay a great deal for funeral services. And yet all families, naturally, wish suitable services, of suitable quality. >V"e offer the type of service one wishes at a price one can afford to pay. Mcrrltt service Is within the reach of all. MERRITT FUNERAL HOME *JJlwqys J3Superior Service" 4O3 E.M9GREGOR East of Central Hi&h School PHONE 11 DAY OR NIGHT GUARANTEED WATCHES 95 You will have to look a time to equal a value like Handsome, sturdy and COLLEGIAN CO-ED Beautifully engraved case. Dependable jeweled movement. Latest Hollywood bracelet. ;;' Also a large line of Elgin, \ ; ;; Helbrosc, etc., in both la- <; < \ dies' and gents' watches, < \ \\ with prices ranging up to \\ \\ $50.00. I Lusby's Jewelry Store A RELIABLE STORE ONLY All this Spring's styles DRESSES $3^87 You will want two -or three of these, values up to $10, now go at , $3.87. Better DRESSES $6.87 All new summer styles, values up to $15.00 and now $6.87. RAYON PANTIES LADIES' NON-RUN Bloomers and panties, made of super quality nori-run.rayon in pink and peach, regular $1 values, in all sizes CHILDREN'S PLAY SUITS Regular 98c grade, striped pwterials. CHILDBED'S DRESSES Rack of $1.50 and $1.00 dresses to be sold at 67c HATS All new summer styles now to go at $1.87 SMOCKS «E $1.58 Prices like these only good for one day People from all over Kossuth county will throng to Bloom's Store Saturday. The lowest prices In years prevail, when merchandise can be bought for less than any other day. It's Algona's greatest shopping day. BLOOM'S BIG DAY! A CAMPAIGN TO CROWD Df A WEEK'S BUSINESS IN ONE DAY. EXTRA SALESPEOPLE TO SERVE YOU, No phone orders—no mail orders. Be patient. Be cheerful. We will do our utmost to serve you quickly. We reserve the right to limit quantities! No goods sold at these prices befoVe Saturday. ANOTHER ASTONISHING BARGAIN WOMEN'S HOUSE FROCKS Not the ordinary $1.00 kind, but truly $1.50 values. Guaranteed fast '"*W .colors, all sizes __^_ • fC MEN'S OVERALLS Heavy blue denim, suspender back, our $1,39 grade. 79c Mens Pants MEN'S SUMMER Union Suit* Short sleeves,', ankle, length, light 'ribbed Blue denim ! Overall Pants $1.35 value Boys Overalls Suspender r * Sizes up to' 14 years."- New Style Ladies' SHOES Values up to f 5.00. For one day o $ 2.48' Black Kid Pumps Patent One-Strap Sea Sand Kid Pumps White KW Pumps Cuban and Spike Heels CHILDREN'S SUPPEBS 78 Cents BLOOM'S SPECIAL COFFEE Per Pound 17c KELLOOG'S COEN FLAKES Large Package lOc Men's Work Shoes $1.48 Solid leather soles. SATURDAY ONLY MAY Z3rd - "THE SEASONS GREATEST No. 2V6 size caii- Pineapple Sliced and In Syrup. 17c Limit 6 to customer. LADIES' SILK T STOCKINGS 25c Limit 6 to customer. 66c Grade BROOMS 5 sewed 29c Men's Work VAN CAMP'S Pork • Beanf Eegular We sice 6c Limit 6 to customer. BLOOM'S STORE ALGONA , , IOWA SOCKS 8c pr. All sizes and different colors. 42-in. tubing TUBING Linen finish LADIES' ALL WOOL SKIRTS Different shades and all sizes, sold up to $4.50, to be closed out at POWDEBED SUGAR i Lbs. 25c BOYS' TENNIS SHOES 67c All 8l?es, black or white, pure gum rubber soles. $1.00 WE BUY EGGS FOR CASH OR TRADE No. 8^ gi«e can PEACHES Sliced and In syrup. ISc No. 10 PEARS In syrup *{ 45c SUITS Lot of men's suits to be closed out at $7.85 'We cam • /'." SANI FLUSH 16c Limit ^ to «B»t9iaer. MACAR Be*. 1«° >• 4c Boys' SUITS All woql, sizes up to 86-ln $4.85 8C

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