Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 16, 1931 · Page 5
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KOS8UTM COUNTY ADVAttCB. ALQONA. IOWA IIVBtSARY IFT Visitors -• our dromotk i ,;>'**' (tration of DAT PLANNED FOR BANCROFT lAtkota, ,July 14—The 4-H glrla county committee met with the Chairman, Mrs. Paul Krlethe, at her home west of Burt last week Wednesday. Mrs. Ed Dlttmer. Mrs. J. M. Patterson, Mrs. J. If. Warbtir- tdn, Btnma Outknecht, nnd Mis» Body were in attendance. Plans were laid for the girls' annual Achievement day, to be held August 5, place not yet arranged for,. probably at-Bancroft; also for the Usual health examinations. All club girls .will be-.ejtamined by their local physicians, and the highest scoring girl In each club will enter the •county health contest, in which the healthiest will be chosen to compete at the state fnlr. OUT ABOUT OU* :ial Jubilee Offer 15* ANNIVIRSARY JUIILII t at the Jubilee in celebra- [ffigidaire's fifteen years of tttt. See our special demon- v the Cold Control makes jl a wide variety of delicjou*, -bow the Quickube r enables you to remove ice e at a time or a whole trayful 'rigidiire's one-way, steel-rail e it easy to put food in add K without slopping or spilling. ! us demonstrate the eodur- of Frigidaire Lifetime .You will be amazed by the tests which show bow t's finish withstands hard liciiicbes, dirt, grease, heat— J itself. Gifts for adult visitors. fng the Jubilee we will rigidaire in your borne Jor $1A nr IV/ DOWN t balance *rr**ftj Shower Honors Algona Girl— Mrs. I. B. Wortman entertained 30 guests lost Thursday afternoon rtt a 'prernaptial shower' ln j honor..ot rma Windell, Algona, who Is shortly to become the bride of farriea Altwegg, assistant'cashier of he Farmers 'arid Drovers State jank. Miss Windell formerly worked in the same bank. Guests from out of town were Mrs. P. P. Zerfass and Mrs. Addle .Seymour, Algona; Hazel Altwcgg, Ruthven; and Mrs. Louie Wolf, 'Seattle. • The two last named are sister and aunt respectively of James. Mrs. Charles Wortman and her daughter, Mrs. Carlson, of Swea City, and Mrs. Bob Helland, of Buffalo Center, were other guests. Samuel Larsons In Get-Togetlter— The J. H. Wnrburtons and Gus Torines were dinner guests Sunday of ,the Otto Krupps, Elmore. Mrs. Krupp, formerly Elizabeth Larson, •tfas the daughter of Samuel Larson, who once owned the farm now occupied by Ike Harms. Another daughter, Hannah Nelson, Eagle Grove,- her four boys, and the elder Larsons were also guests. A son, John, lives near Hibbing, Minn. Mr. and Mrs.- Larson now live at Elmore, where they moved when they sold their farm east of Lakota. Mr. Krupp owns and operates a garage at Elmore. Gravel Pit Fool Is Wanned— Bancroft, Titonka, and Lakota clubs are sponsoring a project to make the gravel pit south of town a community swimming pool. One end of the pit will lie leveled, and a cable will be stretched to warn bathers who cannot swim of deep water. Gravel Is still being taken from the pit. The water is supplied from a natural spring. This-swimming pool is already a popular place for the young folks on hot days. Welt, Here's Good One on T.B. Testers (Ltvermore Gazette.) The opponents of testing cattle for T. B. have a good one fight now to crow about, , Marion Syndergaard, healthiest girl In Iowa, went to Chicago last year and won there, proclaimed healthiest girl In the United States. As in the case of all famous people, a few testimonials were wanted from her, and she gave as the cause of her robust health the fact that she drank a gallon of milk a day. Now the cow-testers have just finished with -.'.Her* dad's herd of cattle, in Grundy county, and every one of thme reacted—all tubercular and must be killed! Gee-whllllklns! That's no argument against cow testing. It just simply proves that Marion has a constitution that nothing can faze—same as a lot of our corn-fed Iowa girls. We'll bet Humboldt county haa got a hundred just like her, Feed ,thls-.mllk to ,sotne of .those-, emaciated city lounge lizards and they woul die after the first ...quart. Regardless / of. this seem ing eVidence -that "cow-testing li silly, we ar e still strong for It and for Marlon. TITONKA BABE DIES TWO DAYS AFTER MOTHER she took a train for home. Mrs. F. O. Johnson returned from Knoxvllle last Thursday, bringing a friend, Frances Bane, who visited here till Sunday, when friends from Bancroft came for her. "Bill" Kienitz, Ray Estle, Lou Meyer, Harold Pierce, and H. W. Roba attended a Standard Oil demonstration at Algona 'last Thursday night. Mrs. Oeorgena Noble, who had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Samuel Wnrburton, Swea City, a week, came home Sunday. Arnold Baeset, Minneapolis, is spending a vacation with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Boeckholt, south of town. Mesdamea A. Q. Smith, F. G. Torine, J. H. Warburton, and Lorraine Smith were Blue Earth visitors last Thursday. Mrs. Emma Wortman, Swea City, came one day last week for a few weeks with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Julia Wortman. Mary Cecelia, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. McKinney, Minneapolis, is visiting local relatives. The I. E. Wortmans entertained relatives from Dumont and Eagle Grove Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Williams spent last week visiting in Wisconsin. Tltonka, July 14 — Mrs. George Rippentrop passed away at her home Thursday morning and the baby son, Andrew Erwln,' passed away two days lator. Tho funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the German church north of town. Mrs. George Rippentrop was born In Germany February 10, 1S95. -She came to America when she-was .ten years old and was married' In 1914. liiRht children survive: John, 16, the eldest, and Raymond, James, Edgar, Jennie, Irene, lola, and 'Erwln. She Is also survived by her father, six brothers and two sisters, namely Arend SwaJve, Woden, Jos..8walve Clarksville, Otto Swalve, Ledyard John Swalve, Ledyard, Mrs. Eklward Lyon, Alden, and George, Henry and Jenette Swalve, all of Titonka •Urnes" P. tiirson, •«, Passes— James P. Larson, *5, passed away at his home in Plum Creek townshl] ,Fr)day., ..He was-', born In Dennmr February'25, 1866. He was baptlset and confirmed in the Lutheran church. He came to America In tl-.<> spring of 1880 and was married September 20, 1896, to Pe.tra Pa Mr- son at Oakland, Calif., and Immediately came to Koasuth county. Five children were born to this union and one sister preceeded him In death. He Is survived by his wife, five children, William, Rudolph, Edmund, Effi e and Harvey; three grandchildren' and three brothers, .William Larson, Tltonka, and Hans and Ferdinand of Denmark. about matters concerning the trip to .the lakes this,..week. Fifteen: boys and girls went, Otto Fiilk* In Car C'r»«ili— ''"The 1 Otto Faiks wfcre^ atruck-'by' a' car which was trying to pass someone else west of JBrltt Sunday afternoon. The Falks" car was completely demolished, but no one was seriously Injured. Other Titan** New*. The Dr. R. C. Balls 'and Mrs. Charles Ball drove to Clear Lake Friday to attend a veterinarians' Picnic, and coming horn* the R. C. Balls left Mrs. Charles Ball with Mrs. Reibsamen Baker, 6f Britt, for a visit. Sunday they returned to ;et Mre. Ball and were accompanied >y Mrs. J. j. Budlong. Rowan, where she visited her friend Ruth- SquJreSj formerly , of .Tltonka. *V The Virgil" Pendergasta' -drove to Watertowh last Thursday to spend the week,with.relatives and friends. ". .-.Lolti.pHelfnef,* who .has been visiting a sister at Des Moines, got home one day last week. The H. A. Frenchs and the Hoy Budlongs enjoyed a picnic dinner at of old Clear I^ake Sunday. The William Boykens drove- to Dent, Minn., Monday to spend a. week fishing. Grace tK>eg«. Oakland, Calif., Is here visiting her sister, Mrs. Ray MRS. MARY STOKES BURIED Viola Rlke and Loralne M. Peterson • got' homo Sunday' from Cam» Poster, where they were camping as delegates from the 4-H club. They received many honors, including one for the neatest cabin. Mrs. M. S. Craven entertained at an afternoon bridge luncheon last Thursday. Mrs. John Fisher won high score and Mrs. H. C. Schweppe won second high. The Rev. and Mrs. L. G. Gartner and Paul and Dorothy Gartner •drove' 'to ' Lake 'Okobttjl 'Monday 'to and Oesterrelcher. Viola Penderga-st, St. Paul, visited her folks here last Saturday. The B. O. Slacks were Fort Dodge business callers Monday. AL60NIAN WINS* HONOR AT STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE Cednr Falls, July 7 — Marguerite Skllling was Included on the spring erm honor roll for women students at the State Teachers college. She earned 57 grade points carrying lours of college studies. Miss Sklll- ng was one of 105 Women student* jlaced on the honor list. The en- •ollment for the spring.,term ,was Mrs., Mary Stok,e«, Thursday, July 2, and from five years She had been November. Funeral. services were Friday, July 3, at 1:30 P home, of Mrs. Stokes' only child, D. Stokes, Milwaukee railway clerk stationed here, and the of heart trouble, bedfast since test conducted m. at the Guy mail Twins Have Birthday Party— Last week Tuesday " afternoon Joyce and Janice Bonacker celebrated their third birthday at a party attended by the following friends and relatives; Mrs. Carrie Bonacker and Stella Bonacker, Mrs. J. E. Kell, Priscilla and 'Norma Ann Nelson, Phyadelis (Peterson, Mrs. R. C. Ball, Nellie and Julia Nelson, the Roy Bonackers, Mrs. Andrew Daidson,. of Ringsted and Mrs. L. B. Larson and soil Roger. attend an annual convention will return Friday night. -. H. Walters, ,,Mason -• Clty.i ana.- .Lee O.' Wolfe werit-'fl&h'tng last" Week''at Washington 'Lake. Mr. Walters spent Friday with the M. S. Cravens here. Geo. H. Miller, former Tltonkian now of Albion, Neb., Is here visiting his daughters, Mrs. Clias. Bunting and Mrs^ Fred Adamson. Lcla Adamson, DCS Moines, v?h has been visiting her folks, th Fred Adamsons, returned to De Moines Monday evening. Kermlt Larsen, who has been employed in a hotel at Clarion, spent, the week-end with his folks, the L. B. Larsons. The James Brulers, Lakota, /and the C. H. Rippentrops, Pilot Grove, were Sunday guests o£ the William Rickleffs. Barbara Ball left last Friday for. body was token to Spencer for bur- lal.' The Rev. F. J. Clark. loca< 'congregational prcncher, conducted the services. Mrs. StoUes, who was Mary Bllen before her marriage, was born PAQBF1V* MATCH ,17, tl«50, in C*K» county, Hi*., and >vas educated lit a cowhtfl*' In l«tO she was married Mt Samuel Stokes at Freeport, I|fc* Hnd.v.foi* ten years they farmed ML Linn,/county, Iowa, near Manoii*. In 1882 they moved to 8artbOT». where for ahother ten yean* Jit 1 . Stokes was In fchc agricultural ten piementa business. Leaving fMui* bom, they spent a yeaf at D4ck«Mfe and then located at Spencer, \ Mr. Stokes died In 1916. Pour later Mrs. Stokes came to Besides the son Mrs. Stokes 'I* survived by a granddaughter, RUllfc Stokes, and by two brothers, 3. JJ. jind J. A. Her, both of Ridott, IB. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. iBecket, of Spw* cer, the latter a sister of Mrs. <J; Ifc, Stokes, attended the funeral. Mrs. 'Stokes had been a membi« of the Methodist church since yotrtl*. and for a generation had been * member of the Woman's IMHC Corps and the Order of the- East«« Star. .,, 2,0241'and'.the summer enrollment Is 2,300. '' WEHLER $8.50 If .MI r«* M n. in. 1« H p. in. F, W, WEHLER & CO, penditures at that time. E. M. JENSEN, District Secretary. — j- FUNDS Transportation Totals , — — • Proposed Ex- penditures Esti- i- mated 1931-32 $13,000 2,000 500 $15,500 2 r-t m 5 S g S' Ils tf^ $ 9,305 298 $ 9,003 Estimated Sur- plus of Bal- » ance on Hand % 3,001 $ '3,00 Estimated In- .'i come Other *• Than Taxation >$ 1,40 ) $ 1,40< Amount Necessary to be Raised . =< by Taxation ) $ 8,60 2,00 500 } $11-10 Expenditures for Year « , 1930 V $1Z,S3< 0 1,925 292 D $15,051 ^Expenditure* 'for Tear " •« ||l929 2.080 38S I1G.4W „ . . : ii !"„_.. — ,., 41 OAA nft r\f fmttpHsted value, $12.96. jjti tp.itvw.vv "* **""»-«——— • , Estimated taxes in mills per dollar of taxable valuation 51.9. Taxable Valuation (1930). $214,207.00. Money and'Credits (1930), $30,000. Number of persons of school age in the district, 160. TitonkUms Cut in Car Crash — While driving back to Clarion Sunday evening Kermit Larson and two boys from Clarion collided with the Sachan car, driven by one of the Sachau car, driven by one of on the gravel between here and Wesley. Both cars were badly damaged. The Clarion boys escaped uninjured, but the Sachau boys were quite badly cut. Kenneth Larson took the boys on to Clarion OaU ClubK Serve Tec Cream— Iiedyard township's 4-H boys and girls served homemade ice cream, pie, cake, and coffee at a general Farm Bureau meeting at Mr. and Mrs. Gus Torlne's Friday night. A good-sized crowd was out, and the young folks cleared $20, which will be spent to take club calves to the county fair. The Ledyard band furnished music. . John Llesveld Palnf ally Afflicted— visited few John Liesveld, who -had his son Arthur at Chicago weeks, came home a -week ago Saturday. Mr. Liesveld hae been having some trouble with one of his legs for some time, and since coming home he has had so. much pain that he has been confined to his bed most of the time. Doctor Visits Vaster Brother- Edward Johnson, brother the Rev. F. O. Johnson, was 105 CHILDREN ATTEND UNION TWP, SCHOOLS Union Twp., July 14—One hundred and five pupils attended the seven rural schools of the t'ownship during the academic year which closed in June. The average daily attendance was 90.5. Fifteen other pupils —five 'boys and ten girls—attended Graham's July Value Days Lead the Way to Greater Savings With positively the Lowest Prices in a Decade IG I DA I R E WEED FOR 3 UARS ULIFF. UTY SHOP' Modern Dry en Building PHONE 7»1 of here e . . . part of laet week, returning to the ^rental home at Kanawha Saturday. Doctor Johnson was graduated from the state university medical college last year, and spent his ln- terneship at New Orleans, coming home in June.^ _ ^ HamHton-Story Picnic HeW— The A,' E. Buckels went to Earth Sunday to attend a ton-Story county Picnic. It was held at the fair grounds, and a large crowd attended. Church ss were held in the forenoon, then, after a picnic dinner, | «ONEI TO LOAN — on— »» CASH , 8EBVICB »oan you money on » nlnute$ notlc«, »n from »50.00 to ||00. 1 or call on iw, »* our cpurteoui 'Id furniture and »utb* 20 small monthly My- fP, State street, Blue Hamil- services and a pro- talks, readings, etc.. gram of music, was , given, __ __ R.ln Cancels S. S. Plcnte The Methodist Sunday school had planned to go to Wood's lake last £eek Wednesday for It* annual picnic. but it rained most of the lore ' the nocm,. BO dinner was served In ,. church basement, with an attendance ,qf nearly 1M- L • • . , Mr«. Arthur 0*ren Lows Brother- received a parochlal schools, and one girl attended the etate school for the blind at Vinton. Fourteen pupils from the township attended the Algona and Burt high schools. Attending at Algona were Velma Rieken, Evelyn Dodds, Durwood Mlt- tag, Maxine Mittag, Woodrow Sarchett, Mervin Gardner, Morris Thompson, and Christine Gould, while at Burt were Ward Winkle, Rosella Godden, Hazel Godden, Viola Smith, and Mabel Gustafson. Viola and Roaella were graduated. These facts have been taken from the annual report of the secretary, Mrs. D. C. Gardner. ; , Three to low* Stale Reunion— The A. B. Schencks were at Spencer Sunday to attend an Iowa State college summer reunion for northwest Iowa, Harold Pride, Ames, alumni-secretary, J. C. Cunningham, faculty member, and other alumni, including Geo. W. Godfrey, gave talks on an after-dinner program. Mr. Godfrey based his talk on hie work as a member of the state board of education, Such reunions are held annually in the lour auar- ters of the state, Next year's northwest Iowa gathering will 'be Marathon at the home of a Brown, Mr, Godfrey and Schencks were the only Lakota Juniors Defeat. Tltonka— The Lakota junior league bal team composed of .boys under '!< played the Titonka team In chargi of Ed Callies and William Rickleffi last week. The score was 9'3 in fa vor of Lakota. The game was played in the Jay Budlong pasture south of town. Lakota won another game there last Thursday 20-6 from Tl- tonka. See Corwith Defeat Bayside— Among those who attended the night baseball game at Corwith Sunday evening were the William Batts, Lester Hagan, Paul Tienan,' W. J. Denton, and John Blelch. The game was played by Corwith and the Bayside Cubs. Th score was 7-1 in favor of Corwith. Neil Slack is 14; Party- Neil Slack celebrated his fourteenth birthday Monday by going to the and his father Edw. Callies and Mr. B. O. Slack accompanied him. leaguers Spend Week at Lak< The Epworth League held a meet. Ing at the Rev. L. G. Gartner's last Thursday evening to decide Special for Harvest Week Two outstanding feature items that are real values. Ivory Coated Sauce Pan Sets 45c Windsor Kettles, each — What this country really needs is fnll realization of the fact that—Never within the last ten years have you seen prices so low. Imagine paying 98c for silk stockings that last year sold for $1.98—or 98c for sheets that sold last year for $1.50. With values like these no wonder Graham's are busy. These July value days prove that you consistently get more for your money at Graham's. Buy at Graham's—always —r and save! , SPECIAL FOR Harvest Week Two outstanding values in family needs. Decorated enameled bread boxes. Family QOf* size 1 3OU Large size CREAM CANS Wood handles Fort Dodge for a swim n in swimming pool. Carl Callies IN ALGONA >» ft t F.S.NOBTONi/bON'S U ' c. A H i t i U r* t -. • near Mr. the Kossuth Drovers . James Altwegg takes a alumni at Spencer. jean CruWwhank to Teaeh— . Jean Crulkshank, who completed the high school normal training course at Algona a year ago, will teach the Lewis McWhorter school in Portland township next year. She Is now housekeeper lor her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, W. F. jenklnson. The latter is still slowly recovering from a stroke suffered last t»". ' Small Grain Harvest Begins— _ Harvesting - small grain etarted last week. Many other farmers began Monday. Many a farmer's cav now carries a bamboo pole home from town, but this does not signify that the owner? are going nan- Ing. They just'use the poles to prod lagging horses on the binder. honor of the event. ana Lone won, - Rich pot to.-,,-.- ., . vy^r Rich mourns the disappearance of a Scotch terrier, white wUh brown spots, which stwye4 away last week, The dog ww last seen following Walter, who was riding a Woyole « route to his sister Mrs. Ethan Light's. Other UnW News, Mrs. Edith Rich, her daughter, Mrs Arch Walker, the laser's son and WiWam Rich from Conrad, where , ae last week Wetoesday to the fawn** » **&£-£• John SaWn, Are reduced July selling, a yard ____. Wash Fabrics At Interesting Prices Voiles, lawns, _ batistes, "dimities / — You'll be surprised with the excellent quality fabrics in this group of mid-summer wash fabrics at these lower prices. Quality Voiles The most wanted fabric for. mid-summer dresses. Are specially . featured in one priced group—. THRIFTY CREPES Wanda Kords down for 63e A Convincing July Clearance Wash Frocks $1.39 Sheer prints and flock dot fabrics are featured in 37 C this group at _-—— iP I V Rose point chiffons, cravettes, chamoise crepes, radyant cordella, and Dot O print wash fabrics are lower priced in the July selling. New rayon voiles, in pastel shades _ That excel in quality Regular $1.98 values featured in this event at a very low price. They're of vat-dye, printed fabrics, insuring fast colors and guaranteed laundering qualities. Children's , Jajamas ----- _ — ._ One-piece styles for outdoor jweaj, are in demand now! See these novelty and printed effects in fast col T ored fabrics. AA •••"" RAYON Undergarments 39c Bloomers, panties, briefs and step-ins of better quality rayon fabrics in pastel shades. Fancy hose 4 (If* for men —- 'i "V The patterns and -qual-r ity in these hose usually sell at a higher price. 63c Blue chambray play suits _~^ A well-made, full cut garment for boys three to eight years _ $1.00 Monarch camp jug —<, Linings are of unbreaK- able glazed stoneware outside of steel, tinish- ed in colors. CHILDREN'S Bloomer* 25c They come in plain colored crepes, sateens, and slip cloth cut full and well made to give better service. Ice cream Qfif* freezers, 99 V Two quart size galvanized steel tub. Stamped steel gear frame. plete ready for use. 25c F.S NORTON </50N Thaves, ^ rufis fun HfAUNC PHOHE Z29 ALCOHA Children's anklets Rayon plaited anklets, solid color foot with fancy wrap pattern cuffs. All silk stockings Women's aH silk stock-' ings in light service weight for mid-summer wear. Correct colors for the season, Buy Your Harvest Needs Now! 69c J Up Nights ^ _^ __. . ,^^^™»_ • *_ _. ft Men's blue work shirts Rockford.aox, blue and brown ,.^_ Blue denim overalls 79c .$1.00 Boys' overalls, Bizet* 12 t9 16--=Boys' blue worH shirts — r — Leather /gloves, gauntlet cuff ,-,.. 49 c 98c Glass tumblers, several kinds Clear^crystaJ water"-pitchers White bowle, 8 in. size . T —— Coffee pots, large site Oalv. pails, ten ,..3c 49 c .25c .49e Beater cpmplefe set Preserve fcettles, o.t. Boys' and girls' sun suits Dainty made wash suits of pongee in natural , shade, sizes 3to> 6 years, Curtains and Regular fl,98 curtains featured, to the July event ft Clearance Sale prices.' \ Turkish for ^--

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