Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1931 · Page 2
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rAOBTWO • M * » ' ' '^ "") tt 'V if Vr' ! "4 ^Ah? tV ll) V?£' f r ' ^ t>l . , ,J V , U» V. 'f!i L —'---• • •' - ji -- .**.—* -S*-i-~i-i»*| i .,. ,-n fi-il,! r •„,* RURAL SCHOOL DAY AT UNION DRAWS CROWD Union Twp., June 2—The sixth auinual Rural Schools day was held Friday at Good Hope. The crowd assembled at 10 for a forenoon of *ports, with Roy. Sarchett and Claude Dearchs in charge. A picnic dinner kept all busy during the aioon hour. W. A. White, Algonn. .groceryman, donated the coffee. The jwogram for the afternoon follows: anvocation-The Rev. Allen H. Wood Bongs used in the state choir work, township school pupils, with Mrs. F. S. Norton at the piano. IDialog Dist. No. 2 .Recitation Dorothy Gustafeon Daisy drill—Dist. No. 7, with the teacher at the piano. !P)aylet, Tom Taylor's Troubles— Dist. No. 6. Hecitatlon, When School is Out- Eugene Broderson. ITag drill — Dist. No. 5, with Mrs Don Moore at the piano. A Tea Party Dist - Xo - ' Mother Goose Drill Dist. No 1 Songs, Whispering Hope, and Little Chink—Dist. No. 4, with Mrs. F S. Thompson at the piano. Address, Something to Do — The Rev. L. W. Barker, pastor Congregational church burg. _, . .. presentation of diplomas to EightV grade graduates — County Supt Shirley. Seven boys and three girls—Allen Karchett, Wallace Winkle, Law-1 a-ence Alt, Dale Culbertson, Harley "Will George Rich, John Madsoh, Marjorie Cruikshank, Doris Mittag. and Lucille Dearchs were the grad- :uates. Five Got Scholastic Awards. Marjorie Cruikshank and Allan Sarchett received prizes for the "highest averages, 95.3 and 92.2, in •the county examinations. Other awards were made to Madonna Ma- ihoney, Trella Gardner, Dorothy "Ward, and Jean Marie Sarchett, Marjorie Cruikshank and Dorothy Gustafson captured first and second places respectively in spelling contests. Dist. No. 3 was awarded a prize for the least tardiness ac' cording to enrollment for the year. Mrs. Winnifred Jergenson, president of the Mothers and Daughters club, president during the program. There was a display of school •work by grades in the Community room. This was judged last Thursday by Hattie Wilson, Algona high school normal training instructor; 1 irst Emmets- Swimming Pool Opens Sunday ..of Our .* Neighbors —Courtesy Kossuth County State Bank. LGONVS MUNICIPAL swimming pool will have its official opening Sunday, and plans are being made for a big season this year. This LGONAb MU.MOifAi. b v ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ thg poQ] thg first ^ the ^^^ and the flUers operated _ Thls c i ear ea out A A piU,e shows one of the groups last year. rust and gives the water time to warm. Myrtle Jordan, Lu Verne; ana Mrs. Shirley. In grade I Kenneth Geilenfeldt, Betty Turner, William Kohl, Doris Drayton, Ruby Alt James Mahoney, and Mary Joyce Rich received prizes. In grade 2 Frances Sorenson, Don Ward Charles Mittag, Eugene Broderson J|Ierrill Moore, and Lois Gardner were winners; in Grade 8 Howard Sarchett, Wallace Will, Delore Geilenfeldt, Willis Mitchell, Evelyn Alt, and Willara Mitchell; in Grad 4, Florence Dodds, Marjory Dray ton, Winifred Plum, Frella Gardne Madonna Mahoney, Zelda Long, and Zelda Riedel; in Grade 5, Leo Sabin, Alice Mahoney, Walter Wetzel, Dorothy Reid, and Joyce Mittag; in Grade 6, Dorothy Ward, John Milton .Gardner, Harold Dearchs, Pearl Alt, Albert Madson, and Bernice Dodds; in Grade 7, Leon Gardner, Marbeth Will, Alden Reid, Walter Rich, and Pauline Cul- Ibertson; in Grade 8, Doris Mittag, Laurence Alt, Marjorie Cruikshank, Lucille Dearchs, Dale Culbertson, and George Rich. The teachers the past year were Wary Fraser, Helen McMahon, Margaret Dodds, Gertrude Sage, Ruth Fraser, Irene Mitchell Bjustrom, and Genevieve Genrich. Athletic Events Held. The winners of athletic contests •were: Races—Girls, 7 and under: Mary Lee Dearchs, first; Lois Gardner, .second; Betty Sarchett, third. Boys, 7 and under, Merrill Moore, Cecil Will, Lester Oodden. Girls, 10 and under, Edith Sabin, Dorothy Alt, Pauline Culbertson. Boys, 10 and •under, Curtis Ward, Howard Sarchett, Raymond Dearchs. Boys, 12 tend under, Kenneth Sarchett, Stuart Thompson, Albert Madson. Boys, 16 and under, Allen Sarchett, Alden Reid, Laurence Alt. Girls 16 and Hinder, Marjorie Cruikshank, Lucille £Dearchs, Marbeth Will. Ball-throwing—Boys, 10 and un>der, Milton Will, Curtis AVard, Wal- 'lace Will. Girls, 12 and under, Dorothy Reid, Dorothy Alt, Bernice Dodds. Boys, 12 and under, Stuart Thompson, Leo Sabin, Clarence Codden. Girls 18 and under, Pearl Alt, Marjorie Cruikshank, Lucille Dearchs. Boys, 16 and under, Allen Barchett, I.aurence AH, Dale Cul- fcertson. I| Broad jump—10 and under, Cur- J •tis Ward, Howard Sarchett, Milton Will. Boys, 12 and under, Kenneth ISarchett, Stuart Thompson, Albert Madson. Boys, 16 and under, Allen Sarchett, Laurence Alt, George Rich. High jump—boys, 10 and under, Eugene Jandl, Raymond Dearchs, aiilton Will and Curtis Ward, tie. CBoys, 12 and under, Kenneth Sarchett, Stuart Thompson, Harold •Dearchs. Boys, 16 and under, Ceorge Rich, Allen Sarchett, Laurence Alt. The annual affair is sponsored by the township school board and the Mothers and Daughters club, and ats success is due to the cooperation of teachers, pupils, and patrons. Mrs. D. C. Gardner was the capable general chairman this LEDYARDHAS MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE CROWD Ledyard, June 2—Memorial day was observed here Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. The band opened the program by playing two numbers, Military Escort and Delmar. The Rev. F. O. Johnson then led in prayer, following which the band played America. Mr. Johnson gave the address of the day. and after this the Star-Spangled Banner was layed by the band, whereupon •veryone went to the cemetery to •vwait arrival of a Swea City Legionarie firing squad. Seven of hese men helped flower girls decorate soldiers' graves. The flower girls were Helen and Hanna Hagge, Mice Moulton, Anita Gelhous, Bertha Nitz, Violet Pingel, and Miss 3alvance. this wfeek Wednesday night and will be given every Wednesday and Saturday night. The band consists of a number of school and other local players. No Methocllst Aid This Week- There will be no Methodist Aid meeting this week because of evangelistic meetings, but the society will meet next week at the church, with Mrs. Jergenson as hostess. Melintla La Coeur is Married— William La Coeur's daughter Melinda and the latter's husband arrived Saturday on a honeymoon trip. They left here for Lake Washburn, Minn. Their marriage took place May 23 at Princeton, Mo. Melinda was graduated from the public schools here, then attended a business college at Des Moines where she had. since been employed She is now in the employ of the Interstate Business association. He husband, Harold Hendrickson, o Ankeney, Iowa, is manager of bakery at Des Moines. Evangelistic Meetings Draw Crowds Evangelistic meetings have been well attended. A tent in which they were to be held was not raised till last Thursday because of high winds. The Rev. A. A. Howe, Buffalo Center, preached last week on Ledyard Plus You and I at the Judgment, Christian Wealth, Occupations in Hell, etc. The meetings will continue till this week Saturday night. daily vacation Bible school had an average daily attendance of 39 last week. Theodore Gable Becomes BenedicU— At Blue Earth Friday, Theodore Gable, who was born and reared here but is now working at Forest City, was married to Ichnoc Stefel- ky, Forest City. After a short honeymoon they will be at home at Forest City. Party Honors Norma Mansmlth— Anita Geihaus entertained former schoolmates of Norma Mansmith, Algona last week Wednesday: Alice Moulton, Helen Hagge, Lydia Jun- kermeir, Opal Dorsey, Bertha Nitz, Violet Pingel and Esther Logemann. Woden Defeats Ledyard Here— Wode n played ball here Sunday and won, 3-1. William Knoner pitched tor Ledyard. There were so many of the local team gone that Ledyard was represented by almost a new squad. Summer Band Concerts Open— The summer band concerts begin Damman Relatives Visit. Ledyard— Mrs. E. J. Karney, Fairmont, and Mrs, Toedt, Baxter, the latter a sister of the late Rev. Mr. Damman, were here last week, looking after Pastor Damman's estate. Flynns off on Fishing Trip— The William Flynns went to Bufalo Center Saturday, and Mr. Flynn's parents came here with them, all leaving Sunday for a picnic and fishing trip. Strikes Out 14 in Ball Game- Hubert Ostermann went to Palmer Sunday to pitch for that town's team. Palmer lost the game, 2-1, but Hubert had 14 strikeouts to his credit. Two Attending Summer School— Esther Logemann and Mary Jane Lewis left Tuesday for Cedar Falls to attend summer school. Esthei has a school for the coming year. Other Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. John Tillmoney Cecil Tillmoney, his wife, Mrs. Ro> Jacobs, and her daughter Maxine all of Ames, came Saturday to vlsi the Weimers, Tillmoneys, and Hart shorns. Everett Hartshorn and hi family, Algona, were at Jos. Hart shorn's for a family dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johns, o Newton, and their son Robert Dea came last Thursday to spend th week-end at the parental Blanch Jenks home. Ida Jenks, Nevada Frank Rettinger, and the Ear Jenks family, Blue Earth, were Saturday. Wilson and Aleitha Brack went to War e last Thursday to attend commencement exercises at their old school. The Bracks used to live at Ware. A. E. Lauritzen and Frank Moulton played ball at Corwith last wepsk Tuesday night and again Saturday night. L. A. Nitz, Robt. Johns, Ray Marquis, and Clifford Jenks fished at Lake Crystal, Supday but had no luck. Mr. and Mrs. William Geihaus nd August Geihaus and a daugh er, all of Hubbard, spent Sunday the local August Geihaus home. Laura Biack, Des Moines, spent aturday and Sunday with her par nts, Mr, and Mrs. William LaCoeur, nd her daughter Dorothy. The Leon Wordens and Ed Camp- ells visited the Algona. and Irving- on cemeteries on Decoration day. Mrs. Ostermann spent Friday and laturday here on her way to Fort 3odge, where she has work. The Glen Yahnkes spent Sunday vlth Mrs. Yahnke's parents at But' alo Center. Father Sturm, John Masel, Willib Dyer, and William Fiynn went fish ng last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Locke and Mrs. West were at Bricelyn, Minn. Saturday. A. B. Lauritzen is spending thi week Monday, Tuesday, and Wed nesday at Des Moines. The Jesse O'Keefes spent Sunday at Marquis Lindsey's at Fenton. IN MANY PAPERS HEREABOUTS It costs as high as 20c to read each subscriber with advertislnj because of limited circulation. Th Advance circulation, on the con trary, is such that the cost Is onl about one cent per family. 25t SALESBOOKS OP ALL KIND! We get them for you and you pa no more than you pay outsiders wh take your money out of town wher you get none of it back.—Advanci 25' At "Man in the Street" See* Shortage of Gold Harvard professor* are doing fine teamwork. One scares us half o death and the other comes along and reassures us. Professor Guy, at the Institute of Politics, predicted a serious gold shortage in years o come, unless there are Borne more strikes like Klondike and South Africa. Now Professor 3nrver says there Is no danger. There is plenty of gold in the earth, but not all' mines can be worked profitably when gold .is cheap— :hat is, when a gold dollar purchases a small volume of commodities. As the purchasing power of gold rises it wUI become profitable to go after the gold In them thar hills. Thus the economic law will operate to provide the world with what gold It requires. Now If n third Harvard professor would tell us how to make that economic law work the same way for Individuals the picture would he perfect. Speaking personally, we have long been convinced that the gold shortage started some before we were born.—San Francisco Chronicle. (Held from last week.) L1VERMOHE BANKER ON CALIFORNIA TRIP— LIVERMORE—Cashier J*. H. Zlg- rang, of the State bank,, and his wife left la«t week Sunday for month's vacation. Mr. Zigrang's parents live at Los Angeles. (Held from last week.) WESI-ET SCHOOL SENIORS TO GIVE TWO PLATS- WESLEY — Thle week Frlda: evening the graduating class of St Joseph school, assisted by aom members of the seventh grade, wl! give two plays, "Rescue by Radio, and "Made to Order." Graduatin exercises will for the first time b held In the church, and will tak place next Sunday evening. Ther are 25 In the class — the eight grade. (Held from last week.) TWO mSPLAY WINDOWS USED TO SELL POPPIES- WESLEY—The Legion Auxiliary has prepared two display windows, one at the Meurer harness shop, the other at the Lease & Lease hardware store. In the former there are red, white, and blue decorations, and the "spirit of the doughboy," represented by a red lamp, whose base Is a soldier boy bearing a gu.n. This window contains a "true story" mounted on a piece of white cardboard. In the Lease window 12 miniature graves with white crosses at the heads, are shown on a green ground. Red poppies spring profusely from the graves, and against a background of flags is displayed a framed copy of the wartime poem, "In Flanders' Fields." Three crossed guns are in one corner of the window. *>*> tetfght fif«~ The Wa*$ won Jilfofrfed before tntich damage 7aA been dom A^ A ., y-j if^.., ., c iW ! i£u*\W««k,] • BANCROFT CUftS WIN WtOM.'WfcSLBVs «•«-..< ------ 'pott Cubs won frohi Wesley there Sunday In anothef fio-hlt, no-run game pitched >y Frank Llchliter, by a score of 8-0. Frank pitched a no-hlt, no run game at Woden a week ago and the Cubs won by a score of • 13-0. AdolpJh'Hatten catches for this team The Bancroft "Lions' won from* Bufalo Center, here Sunday by a score of 9-6. CHirftCH,' HURT, HOLDS MI88IOM FE8T-- BURT— The Lutheran church ««•«<* aM^i J«^_ ' ""U » J.fl , ,„ Mfs. Henry Wey m the L. H. rin * 6 a picnic di nncr at A- Can ,tate >enn W. are eight-pound S(Jn , Indianapolis 31. fl*u M 1M EOO RA ln<f three or f have built up a mimeographing, Rood held its annual mission festival Sun- | ers In the back onon day. The Rev. Arnold Schulz, j Jealous, because we « M Round Lake, Minn., and the Rev. V. and quicker than t.hevr." 1 *' J. Kollman, Royal, -preached nt tome Job. The prir ' morning and afternoon services, and eutnmntlc press, b ut a picnic dinner was served at-noon. Kraphlr.g machine '—-—1 '._ „ ".round it f or gpocd HANNA FAMIMT GATHERS -•-• - ' M ' FOR SUNDAY REUNION— BURT—Walter Hanna, Newton, and Irma Reid, Amee, spent the week-end at Mrs. Maude Hanna's. On Decoration, day the <3eo. C. Hannas, Lone Rock, Mrs. Sadie dvance. fHeld from last week.] HOT STOVE PIPE SETS LEDYARD BED AFIRE— LEDYARD — Last week Tuesday morning at 4 o'clock many people here were awakened by a fire alarm The fir e was at the John Swalve WHY SEND YOUR ORDERS FOR printing out of town? If the Al gona print shops got all the business which originates in Algona they •jould hire three or four more print ers to earn and spend their money here. 45t Children's Day Service] AT 11 O'CLOCK Sunday, June 1 Special program by the children The Hidden Treasure S v .jerior to Chane* The best men are not those who have waited for chances, but who have token them—besieged the chance, conquered the chance and made chance their servitor.— Chapin. * Would Not H*T« Learned "We wish thafwe could live our lives over agnln," said HI Ho, the sage of Chinatown. "We should 'only be carried on In the social momentum to make the same old mistakes."—Washington Star. May Diicover New One* Tip from the Tennessee Newi: I'eople spend the time you make them wait Jn sumraluf np your 'anits, so don't be late. •yjlllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllH BATHING SUITS ON SAIi ailllllllllllllllH^ Special Purchase of Sample Line from Marshall Field Company, Chicago. "Where Service and Quality Meet" Jload Is Graded— The diagonal road which joins the pavement at the top of the nil north of Algona and rune to tin ±>lst. No. 4 school (Schenck) school house has been graded as a county project. The work was completed last week Monday. The rapidlt with which two caterpillar tractor and other road machinery manlpu Jated by four or five men built up grade of several feet was a marve to people who saw it. The finlshin touches were put on by anothe crew with scrapers drawn by mule M. k D. Club Meets Thursday— The Mothers and Daughtere clu meets Thursday, June 4, with MM. Clara Thompson, who will be assisted by Mrs. .Van Ward. The program will be: roll call, Jokes; recitation, CurUe Ward; violin solo, Scbenckr humorous book lira, Matel Paxson, Algona. IF- Better Glasses can be had —then yours are insufficient. Better glasses give sharper vision . . . eliminate eye strain . . . add to eye efficiency. With better glasses you gain eye health, eye comfort . . . and added mental poise and composure. With ff WBHLER'S glasses ar "precision made." $8.50 and up according to frame choice and your eye requirements. F. W, WEHLER & GO, Jewelers and Optometrists. Phone 210. ana a-anon anon Jantzen Bathing Suit Step into a Jantzen when the heat waves burn through summer clothes...and there just doesn't seem to be a comfortable spot anywhere...it's time then for cool waters and a Jantzen. Swimming becomes easier—and so smoothly, so comfortably does your Jantzen fit that you'll give odds that it was made for you alone! Zender & Caldwell ALGONA * The Algona Swimming Pool op,ens Sunday, June 1. H^ The Algona Pool Opens Sunday, June Thb Sale is Three Days—Thursday, Friday Saturday, June 4, S and 6 We offer probably the greatest bathing suit bargain in our history with the purchase of the sample line of Marshall Field and Co., wholesalers, Chicago. These are new goods, reflecting the latest .models and emphasizing especially backless and near-backless styles. Both ladies' and children's garments are represented—a great big \ comprehensive line of stylish bath'} ing and swimming apparel— Bathing Suits at July Clearance Sale Price We must call ypur attention to these savings of from 25 to 33. 1^3 per cent at the beginning of the'season. Such a thing is unheard of except in July and August. Sale lasts three days (Thursday, Friday, Saturday, June 4-5-6) and we will sell 1? do*en bathing lucky customers. Following are the price ranges—4on't miss this 78c $1.45 Kegulur $1.00 values. Be*u!»r Also some higher priced exclusive

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