Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1931 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 21, 1931
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• r, *t* fTT^f r "S«YI » r 'n^3"*f ffyiTitn^ , B « ,j ^r-Ji-v • ' li, <Vf KOS8UTH MANY AWARDS FOR STUDENTS ATLEJYARD Ledyard May 1') — At commence. ™mo here Sunday, and won, 4-2. J ' * ,, , Ostermann and Warner were the ent exercises lost week ..!onda> ,, attel . y attended a show while others went roller-skating. Pool Hnll is HOflocorntod— D. B. Mayer had the Interior ot his pool holl redecorated last week. It was recently damaged by fire and smoke. nancrott Nino Defeated Hero— ..Haiioroft's town baseball team merit night many honors were n First, Harold Herzog wan ann-r.'.nc- ed as valedictorian 'of the class of 1931. Ho gave a talk on the "Seven Cardinal Objectives of Kducatlon." which ho sfitd were: 1. lieaMli and safety; 2. home membership: learning:: 4. Interest In our nation: 5. vocational and economic effectiveness: (i. leisure; 7. higher ideals. His name will be engraved on a trophy given to the. school by the l!l-»30 faculty. Letters were awarded to the to lowing basketball girls; Alice JIoul- ton, Marjorie Hubbard, Bnna Bar- Blow. Aleitha Brack, Lydia I-'-isJO' mann, Irene, Nun-is, and \Vlnnifrf' Friday. These boys wen letters at basket ball: Hubert Ostormann, Gem!:' Warner. Jerry Barnes, Holland (! •• bel, Reuben Green, Wi'son R'-ae'.c Harold Her/.og, and Elmer Zlclsko. At basc.bill twelve boys letters: Hciibcn Green. Jerry fumes, Elmer .runkcrmeir, Walter Mi.ler, Ivan Smith. Harold Herzog. \Vi son Brack, Kenneth Thompson, U :rahl Warner, Hubert Ostermann. irvin Kllnksiek, and Elmer Zielske.. In declamatory work the three . who won first were a\vard"u letters Arlene Pringle, in dramatics: .lame;! Logan, in humorous; and Kenneth Thompson, in ora.torieal. Fifteen girls in tlie i,'!i.v club ;i: the music contest were awarded i tters: Arlene Pringle, Mary .lane a:id Fern Lewis, Erma Bars ow. AI i-.'a Brack, Alice Moulton, Winnil're;: Friday, Lumetta Kceee, Elva O'Keefe, Lydia. Logernann, Annio Isebrand, Bei-tha Nitx, Marjorie Hubbard, Amelia Berbow, and Pearl Wlrtjos. Letters in orchestra were awarded to two seniors, Arlene Pringle anl Gladys Berglund. These are earned on a 1,000 point system and many other members may finish earning theirs this summer in private lessons, Concerts, etc. of School Closing Well Attended— The events of the last clay school were well attended; at !> o'clock promotion ot grades was made; at 9:30 the gymnasium was unlocked, and visitors viewed an exhibit; at 10 the program began with a. number by the band. The first and second graders then gave a May pole dance, a chorus of voices, and the rythm band. The third grade gave a bird play and sang songs; th e fourth and fifth grades, a group 01 songs; the sixth grade, harmonica band and folk dances. The band played a number to close the program. At noon a picnic lunch took place. At S o'clock Ledyard played ball with Fenton. Four of our first- string men were not i n the game Elmer Zielske pitched his first game and Walter Miller was the catcher. Elmer held Fenton well till the seventh inning. The score then was, 2-1 in our favor, but i n the seventh Fenton got m runs, and the fina score was 12-5 In Fenton's favor. Teachers for Home — battery. Other Letlynrd. The Methodist church will have ?vangelistic meetings beginning next week Tuesday. A large tent Is to bi> erected. A Bible school for children will be he! ( l every morning beginning Monday morning. The Rev. A. A. Howe. Buffalo Confer, will preach the first week. The L. W. We liners hnv-3 a new Chrysler. "Bill" dvove to Mlni1?a- polls last week Tuesday am'i got it. •'"rldiiy Mr. and Mrs. \Vehner, n.-n Bill, and Janice Williams went to Spirit Lake for a few days fishing. The Methodist Aid mceLs this week Thursday with Mrs. George Thompson. member will turn .'n 'the amount of money she '.HIS | onrued. | Marie l.roft. Chicago, who hud j been here, visiting, two weeks, lett j for home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. X.' A. Pringle took her to Algona. The George Thompsons, thP Dyers, and the Barnes family were in Algona Saturday and called on the boys who are In the hospital. Mcu-jorie Matzsner '.oft Saturday for Egan, S. D.. where slie will spend the summer with a cousin who lives on a farm. Mrs. Garry's mother, Mrs. Wulsh, Rochester, Minn., was here last week. Mr. Garry was at Madelia, .Mi/in., on business. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Boudyre and Mrs. Jack Hodgeman, Guckeen, Minn., were at D. A. Carpenter's .ast week Tuesday. Mrs. Engler, o t Algona, and her laughter Erma, or Algona, spent -list week Tuesday with Mrs. Jesse O'Keofe. Howard Mayne and his daughter Evelyn were at Bancroft Saturday, consulting- Dr. Devine. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. T-Ieany, Hurt, called on Mrs. Jenks Sunday. FATHER OF WESLEYANS DIES IN MISSOURI; ILL A YEAR Wesley, May 19—Frank Bentele, Sri, father of Fred and Frank- Jr., lied Sunday at his home in Lincoln, \To., after a year's illness. Both sons eft Monday morning to attend the 'uneral, which is to be held this veek Tuesday. The boys went down ,ast year to see their father, who IRVINGTON TO SEND SEEDS TO PINEY SCHOOL Irvlngton, May 19 — Letters recently received from Lawrence C. Jones, founder and principal of the Piney Woods Country Life School, Plney, Woods, Miss., appeal for help to buy garden plants and seeds. Mr. Jones sfj'di "At this time our Interest is in plants and seeds. We are determined to do aU within our power te miss food enough to put us well above'the danger line this season." There followed a partial list of requirements, which Included .-.weet potato plants, seed oats, onion sits, and other vegetables. The let- :er ."aid a dollar from friends here •md there would put the school in n ir.ir way to purchase "the needed seed. "We are still having to -buy all the food for our 350 boys and y.lr!s." said Mr. Jones. Clothing fpr boys and girls who are actually men and women in size, a few sets of encyc'opcdias. and several largo tiirtior.aries are needed. Blnora, yotinges 1 ; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wi Hani Uoldridge, is a student at the 1'incy Woods school and Bernice, eldest daughter, marriod, is teaching there. 11. 0. Pry Hurl in Accident— R. G. Fry, recently injured In a unaway, spent last week -'With his daughter, Mrs. O. Miller. He is caretaker at the McGuire 'Bros, road camp. Two weeks ago he was jumping water Into a tank on > a Buick 'chassis, when mules he was driving started off. In an attempt to halt them he was caught and thrown under the wheels. Several ibs were broken, also his collar jone. One rubbar-tired wheel passed over his head. Ho is recovering, but will probably b; unable to work or a few weeks. Mrs. Miller re- jorts that the camp, now near Armstrong, was struck' by a small cy- lone Sunday evening between 7 and . Two or three shacks were blown lown, and considerable other dam- ige was done. A Mrs. Elder, of Cor- vith, cook, suffered' a' broken leg ind other injuries, and was taken o a hospital. WKSLEY WINS IN FAST GAME WITH RENWICK— (Held from last week.) WESLEV — Thursday, Apr. 30, our ball team played Renwick at Renwick, and won over Renwick, 0-5. John Froelich pitched this game. As far as playing was concerned, it was the best game o[ the season. Last week Tuesday we were to play Whittemore at Whlttemore and Whittemore was to play our team hcr e Friday. The various classes in school are preparing work for an exhibit to be given about May 1'5. The exhibit and a program will be given at the schoolhouse In the evening, giving more chance to attend. people a Most of the teachers left Frl- day for their homes. Mrs. Stephen son went to Fenton, where she and her husband are beginning house keeping. she has a rural schoo four miles from Fenton that she •will teach next fall. : Naomi Hewit. •will spend the summer at her home at Swea City and teach at Renwick next year. Rose Quam went to her home at Roland and plans to go back to Northfield to school. Floy Jones went to Chester, and will teach at Lone Rock next year. Janice Wiliams went to Redding, and will be at Van Meter next year. Barbara Wylam Is at Hawkeye, her home this summer, and will return. Mr. Granner will spend a few weeks at his home a t Paton, and then find work. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett will stay here. Mr. Barrett has charge of the school and town bands and will also give private music lessons. Supt Laurltzen plans to spend most of the summer here. Bone Broken in Bull Game- Elmer Jurikermier was unfortunate in a baseball game against Yale at the state tournament. He was running to first when the baseman accidentally tripped him, and in the fall he hurt a knee badly. Nevertheless he played the rest of the game, but afterwards a doctor examined him and thought the ligaments w ere .stretched. He was in pain all the way back, and at Algona, where an x-ray picture was taken it was found that a bone was cracked. H 6 w m have to stay in bed several weeks. Methodists Plan New Choir— Last week Wednesday night mem bers of th e Methodist church met to organize a new choir. Mrs. Roy Link will direct. Singers already entered are the Rev. and Mrs F O Johnson, Mr. Olson, Mesdames Joseph and Howard Mayne, v A •Barrett, Mrs. George Thompson,'am Kenneth, Thlompson, Tilmer Hkl vorson, and James Logan. It i hoped more will become interested Accident Victims Recovering— V. A. Barrett, Lawrence and Jen- Barnes, Hubert Ostermann, Leonar Warner, and Henry Reffer went t Algona last week Wednesday t o see the Ledyara boys who were i n th hospital, and found them recovering Elgar La Coeur and Willis Dye came home the next day, after the accident, but William Barnes an Howard Dyer will have to stay fo som e time. Junior Ball Nine Wins- Three boys from here are playin ball in a junior team organized , Swea, city. They are Irvin KUn Biek, Elmer Zielske, and Kennet Thompson. Their first game- was at Armstrong last Thursday an they won 11-3. Baseball Boys Dinner Guests- Last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Ba rett entertained the 12 baseball boy and Messrs. Lauritzen and Grar ser at 6:30 dinner. A color schem of pink and green was carried ou In the table decorations. Picnic Given at InterTaken— A. number of high school student and Mr. and Mrs. Barrett went t Jnterlaken Friday night for a pic Btt supper. Afterwards some pf them WESLEY GIRL MARRIED TO ALGONA YOUTH— (Held from last week.) WESLEY — Irma, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed • Hauptman, and Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs, Ray Barton, Algona, were married at St Joseph church at 9 a. m. Monday lay 4, the Rev. Geo. F. Wessling fflciatlng. The bride was dreaset n white and wore a veil, the brides aid, Dorothy Hauptman, was ressed in yellow chiffon. Both car ed bouquets. The bridegroom est man, Mr. Robinson, Algona ore dark blue suits. Following th eremony, a wedding breakfast wa. erved at the home of the bride' arents. what it Is, though they believe the troubfp Is caused by «• pus pocket which they have been unable to locate and which. Is draining into the system. Missionary Program Is Given— Twenty .women attended a missionary meeting Friday at the church. It was opened With song and prayer, and roll call was answered with scripture verses. Mrs. Harry Sabln was leader. Articles on Spanish Speaking Peoples and Latin America were read by Mestlomea Pchichtl, Wlckwlre, and Roney, and piano solos were played by Mrs. Enrl Miller and Mrs. K. P. Honey. Duets were sung by Mrs. Boldridgs and her daughter Albertha and Mrs. T. E. Wickwlre and Itrs. Austin Summers. The hostesses were Mrs! Schlchtl and Mrs. Wlckwlre and $0.40 was taken in. llotlis Attend Watson Funeral— Mrs. Hiram Roth, son Garth, his wife, and son drove down from Me- Orath, Minn., to <Lu Verne and went ris'-:t brck Friday. They came to attend the funeral of Doctor Watf son, Bode. The Roths are well known here, having formerly lived on the place now owned and occupied by the C. Smiths. The elder Mrs. Roth was formerly Clara Schultz, Lu Verne. Her son Ford and his family a'so live at McGrath. The visitors made a few calls on former neighbors. They reported hard times in Minnesota. while Etmer drove here to visit his patents/ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dole. Elmer's sister, Helen Dole, employed at Ctarrier, wad also'• a guest ot her parents, The Aid will meet , this week Thursday a.t the Annex, and carpet rags will be sewed. Mesdames M. "L. and K. P. Roney will be hostesses. . ' : . Mrs. Robert Dutton, Algona, and her daughter spent Friday at ,the Dole ho;ne. The Robert Spurgeons spent Sunday with the Frank Skill Ings, A'.gona. The Doug'as Rlleys and Mrs. Ida Rlley spant Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Waterloo. The H. A, Summers family spent Sunday with relatives at Eagle Grove. The Embroidery club will meet next week Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Ben Terhune. School Closes With 1'lcnlc— The pupils of the Irvlngton school, their teacher, Mrs. .T. L. Molloy, and the parents and friends had a picnic dinner Friday In celebration of the last day ot school. > T o Cluirch Here Sunday— The Rev. A. English was 'unable to preach here Sunday, so no church service was held. Sunday school was held at the usual hour, and ^82 attended. Irs. Clius. Armstrong Sick— Mrs. Ida Riley went to Livermore londay evening to help care for ler daughter, Mrs. Charles Armtrong, who is again critically sick. She was to have been taken to a '"ort Dodge hospital that day, but vas unable to make the trip. Her Ulment, which has been troubling ler for several months, was at irst diagnosed as Malta fever, then is malarial fever, but the physicians iow admit that they do not know ALLENRUE 48 HOUR WEEK-END TREATMENT FOR RHEUMATISM SUFFERERS NOW JOYFUL— THANKFUL — ASTONISHED Veteran Home from Hospital— Tony Sorensen got home from Kansas City last week Wednesday. He had been there for several weeks, taking treatment for arthritis. Other Irvlngton News. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole, Pine Island, Minn., were north Iowa visitors Sunday. Mrs. Dole stopped at Mason City to visit relatives, Here and There WHITTEMOKE COUPLE WED CO YEARS MAY 10— (Held from last week.) WHITTEMORE — Mr. and Mrs Julius Maahs celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday. They left the farm southwest of town a few years ago and moved to a newly built home here. To celebrate the anniversary a 5:30 dinner was served to Mr. and Mrs. Will Maahs Nashua, Minn., daughter Elda; Mr and Mrs. Fred Maahs, Campbell Minn.; the John, George, Herman and Edw. Maahs families, Whitte- niore; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potratz Lotts Creek; Mr. and Mrs. P. L .lessen, son Ralph; Mr.' and Mrs. H W. Behnke; Gertrude Behnke, Roselle, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Maahs have 18 grandchildren and one great- grandchild. FITCH GOATERY SHIPS NUBIAN TO KANSAS— (Held from last week.) BURT—The Del Fitches, of the Bonnie Dee Goatery in Portland township, shipped a purebred Nubian goat to Topeka, Knns., a week ago. They 1 also add^d two French Alpines from Kansra to their herd the same day. They do a large business in the goat line. At the Call (Contll u«d fnitn HEMSTITCHING COTTON'Sc yard, silk HOc yard.—The Elite Shop. 10u3G Incidents and sometimes sadly inadequate the production has merit In the way ot direction, and,,...flUSr pense. Stanley Sml,tn, Ginger Rogers, Charles Rugbies, and Frank Morgan assume the burden of presenting this harmless conr-octlon for your approval, and they do a neat loll of It. That this reviewer left before the show wns out Is no reflection on the talkie; It simply means that farces, no matter l;ow good they are, are not our weakness. W HOOPS! THE OUN MEN have* Invaded the West! In Gun Smoke you see what happens'when tough, hard-boiled .city gangsters meet red-blooded, two-fisted, cowboys from the wldeopen spaces. In thl5 case It's just a miniature World war, that's all. And when the smoke clenrs away and pence is restored, THERE stands the proud hero (Richard Alien) with ,-tbe lovely heroine (Mary Brian) clasped in his manly arms, while the setting sun wreaths them in a sheath of light nnd the orchestra softly plays Hearts nnd Flowers. But, seriously, folks, this Is n. good picture. Our favorite, Clark f'able, Is well cast as the gang leader, and tlii.i role gives him an opportunity for a little sly comedy, at which he is considerably better than a green hand. Watch this man: some day his TV me will b° flashed in the big lights across the Call and every other theatre In the land. ' Eugene Pallette and Louise Fazenda contribute a rare comedy relief, and are well supported by an excellent cast right down to the lowest cowboy. We haven't quite got used to seeing men shot down in cold blood, riot only In the back (which In our dime-novel days was considered rather unethical! but right in the heart from the -front, but we suppose we are overly sqeamlsh on this score. Suffice It to say, Gun Smoke is a thrilling, chilling, blood-curdling story of the old and the new American method of gun practice, beautifully photographed, well acted, and presenting , a novel plot. It is all that a Satur- i day show ought to be. For Service A Modern Plant with Moderfl Equipment We clean and reblock hats SenA Us Tfour Rugs and Draperies, Modern Dry C lean PHONE 537 NEW BEAUTY Watch for an , . ... In next week's paper Advance Want for Quick Resul 1'nln, Agony and Swelling Go Over Week-end or Money Back Says E. AV. Lusliy. 8 OZ. 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Per Bottle APRICOTS The delicious tart of "Fiesta" apricots makes them most desirable for sauce and pie fruit. 2 Large Cans Paid to Winners of CAMEL CONTEST R. J. Reynolds. Tobacco Company takes pleasure in announcing that the decisions of Judges CHARLES DANA GIBSON, ROY W. HOWARD and RAY LONG, in the $50,000 Camel Prize Contest have been reached and that prizes accordingly have been awarded as follows* » First Prize, $25 9 OOO JAMES THOMAS SHARKEY, 101 Train Street, Dorchester, Mass. Third Prize, $5 9 OOO JULIUS M. NOLTE, Glen Avon, Duluth, Minn. Second Prise, MRS. WALTER SWEET, Navy Yard, Brooklyn, N. Y. "SUPERB" BRAND PURE FRUIT Assorted Flavors S Prize* of $M 9 OOO each A. B. FRANKLIN, III, 52 KirUand St, Cajnbridg^ MM*. JOHN R MCCARTHY, 721 M«ln SL, WUlimwUc, Conn. FREDERICK E. ROBINSON, Coronsdo Beech, Cidit WM. A. SCHRADEH, Brent ApU., Nw Albany, Ind. DR. D. H. SOPER, 523 E. Brown, Iowa City, Iowa, S Prize* of JFffOO each F, CARTWRIGHT, TnupYn Bid*, Washington, D. 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