Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 10, 1931 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, September 10, 1931
Page:
Page 8
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 8 article text (OCR)

EIGHT BULOVA ^Roun'd-the- World WATCH Worn by POST andGATTY! Col. Lindbergh, Commander Byrd, Captain Hawkt, and now Pott and Gatty select Bulova Watched OLD OFFICERS REELEGTEDAT FENTON MEET Fenton, Sept. 8—The W.. F. M. S. met last Thursday in the Methodist church parlors. Mrs. 13. A, Weisbi-od was leader of devotionals, and prayer was offered by the Rev. Mr. Kny- dcr. Seven dollars wna received from the Mite box opening and election of officers was held, and the last year officers were re-elected to serve for another year. They are: president, Mrs. 'C. H. Humphrey; vice president, Mrs. A. 1-1. Meyer; secretary, Mrs. J. B. Hanson; treasurer, Mrs. Elmer Weisbrnd. Refreshments were served by the hosteHses, Mrs. Chris Ruske and Mrs. .1. V. Newel. nee •*„ ?#- "' -V ftwlft^v*^-^ ai v * / >^- vl . , • * .A^v/^v '^; ^u , r ' ' ^ ' LARGE EXHIBIT PLANNED AT FAIR BY BURT 4-H GIRLS The Burt Lively League met with Beada and Lorraine Kollasch Sat- urdny. Roll call was answered with approprite dresses for school wear. The judging team told how to judge and the demonstration team gave a demonstration. All articles to be taken to the KoHsuth fair were marked, and posters were made. Lunch \v»« served during the social time that followed. The League enjoyed « picnic a week ago Friday In Rubui-t Sarehett's pasture, near the Black Cat creek. Games were play r-cl. nnd club pictures taken. Booth (inil dispiiiy plans for the fair were Handiomoly engraved dust-proof cue, richly finished in two-fono fwhite and sungold} ef<- foot; accurate 15 jewel Bulova movement. Sea it in our window todayl F, W, WEHLER & GO. Jewelers and Optometrists. Phone 340. nonnononono LOANS $300 or less obtained quickly on Furniture, Automobiles and Live Stock. Can be repaid by small equal monthly payments. Our new payment extension plan protects YOU when sick or out of employment. Money for taxes and school. For immediate service, call write or phone CUNNINGHAM & LACY JLIXJONA Phone No. 598 Representing Tederal Finance Co., Des Molnes Hurt Guest Is Honored— Mrs. Dorothy Gerhards entertained at two tables of bridge last vvwk Tuesday afternoon in hrinor of h": 1 guest, Beulah Larson, of Burt., l-IIgh score was won by Mrs. Will Bnettclv er. A two-course luncheon wns served at the close of the play. Other guests were Mrs. E. C. Welsbrod. Mrs. O. H. Graham, Mrs. F. H. Bohn, Mrs. J. A. Schwartz,. Mrs. Amos Finnestad and Mrs. W. V. Yager. Wedillnp Kate is Observed— Mr. and Mrs. Will Boettcher tertained at 6 o'clock dinner week Wednesday evening in honor 'of Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Welsbrod, the occasion being the Weisbrods' 23rd wedding anniversary. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reimers, Mrs. John Gerhard and children, Mr. and Mrs. George Boettcher and children, of Fenton, and the Le Roy Boettchers, of Burt. SENEGA WILLING WORKERS PLAN FOR BAZAAR THIS FALL Soneuu. Sept. 8—The Willing Worker:; widely met at the home of Mrs. Fred Brown Suturdny.' The en- last Oenevleve Newel to Scattk 1 — Genevieve Newel, of Cleveland, O., came Friday for a visit at the home of her father, G. AY. Newel, and her sister, Mrs. E. J. Frank, -before going to Seattle, Wash., where she will hold a position as librarian. She has held a like position at Cleveland for several years. LOST 20 IBS. OF FAT IN JUST 4 WEEKS Mrs. Mae West of St. Louis, Mo., writes: "I'm only 28 yrs. old and weighed 178 Ibs. until taking one box of your Kruschen Salts just 4 •weeks ago. I now weigh 150 Ibs. I also have more energy and furthermore I've never had a hungry moment." Fat folks should take one half teaepoonful of Kruschen Salts in a glass of hot water every morning before breakfast—an 85 cent bottle- lasts 4 weeks—you can get Kruschen at E. W. Lusbys or any drug etore in America. If not joyfully eatisfied after the first bottle- money back. Other Fenton News. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Laken, o£ Estherville, spent Sunday at the John Espes home. Loren Espe will leave this week Thursday to assist his uncle, Mr. Lakln, in the dry cleaning establishment at Estherville. Mrs. J. T. Snyder and children, Warren and Phyllis, and Betty Ann Meyer, were week-end visitors with Mrs. Snyder.'s parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Losse, at Lake City. Kathleen Lindsey left Friday for Carroll, where she will stay with her sister, Mrs.. H. E. Stedman, and take a commercial course at the Carroll high school. Mrs. John Meyers entertained the members of her Sunday school class of girls at her home west of town last week Wednesday evening. Florence Welsbrod left last week Monday for Des Moines, where she will teach in the junior high department the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Goetsch and son Richard returned Sunday night from a five-day visit with relatives at Spring Lake, Minn. The Cotton Blossom Singers, of Piney Woods, Miss., will sing at the Methodist church this week Friday evening. members working to finish their work for the nnnual bazaar to be held later this fall. A lunch of sandwiches, cake nnd lemonade was served by the hostess. Reception Hold for Delegates— A week ago Monday night a reception was given by the Cylinder congregation in the Lutheran church basement at Cylinder for the delegates and visitors who had attended the Luther League convention of the Forest City-Estherville circuit held there. Orva Halvorson and Kenneth Thompson were delegates for the Seneca League. Visits in MJimenpoli Mintla Wllberg spent last week visiting friends in Mineapolis. She planned to return on Labor day with her brother-in-law, Manno Pederson, who expected to come down after Mrs. Pederson, who has visited her parents here last week. Minda worked in Minneapolis previous to her mother's illness. Wisconsin Visitors EntcrtafnwT— Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osborn entertained relatives from Wisconsin at dinner last week Wednesday. They were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Welch and Mrs. Ed Jacobson, of Franks- villa, Mrs. Osborn's mother, Mrs. Chris Madison, and her son Mflton, Itcgins Waldorf College Course- PeParl Sande, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. S. O. Sande, left for Forest City Monday to begin her college course at the Waldorf college. Pearl graduated from Seneca high school last spring.! the- Chicken Thieves Are- Active— Chicken thieves- are still active- itii the community. Farmers with a cross watchdog consider themselves fortunate. GORWITH TRIMMED BY ALGONIANS; TO PLAY AGAIN SUNDAY Other Seneca News. Mrs. Harold Sorenson, of Minneapolis, is spending this: week.' visiting relatives and friends while her husband is on business- ihi southern Iowa. Mrs. Sorenson will be remenv ered by Seneca folks as Florence ooper before her marriage. Mrs. Anna Osborn and som Earl 1 , ,-ith the William Browns, of near Armstrong, attended chiu-ch ser- ices in Armstrong Sunday eve- inff. The Rev. W. H. Leaise h of Vlgona, district superintehdfent, T ave an interesting sermohi. Sunday the Grays will play Bancroft in the afternoon, and in the evening will play Corwith under the Corwith lights in a return game. MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE Algona, Iowa WOMEN'S BOOTt PRIZE WINNEF AT STATE FAIR For the first • time the Kossuth county home'project exhibit of the Farm 'Bureau women placed at the state fair. The clever special feature whlclv was Used In the Harrison township booth at the county Achievement day, May 28, was used for the county special feature. Miss Newton, of the extension service of the state university c-f Minnesota, served as judge of the project booths this year/ . ' The Kossuth county project scored !)«2 points out of a possible thousand Points lont were caused by failure to give the presentation of the project before a regular monthly meeting of the Farm Bureau. At least eighteen townships must present the women's project three times during the year. Kossuth tied-with Woodbury county for fourth place in the state. This is an unusually fine showing with 90 counties doing project work. The special feautre by Kossuth demonstrated the 100% home'which is built up by adopting methods and suggestions given in Farm Bureau j lessons of first "year home manage-' ment. A beautiful home with trees, shrubs and a spacious lawn is Ia 7 beled the 100% home. An old, old home blessing is also printed and fastened to the home. Llta Banes' ideas as to the values that go into en ideal are electrically spelled out on the spacious steps leading to the home. Mrs. .Tohn Heetland and Mrs. J. Telkamp, of Ledyard township, gave the demonstration, which received a perfect score, and thus helped with the placing. They demonstrated. The Selection and Use of Proper Kitchen Utensils. An unusual cookie maker was used and crisp dainty cookies passed out to the crowd as the climax 1 of the demonstration. This booth Is now on exhibit in the 4-H club building during the county fair. In the style show last week Wednesday afternoon-53 county winners modeled garments which they had made and Helen Hagge, of Ledyard, Kossuth's representative, modeled In an Informal party dress. Edith Nelson, of Wright county, won first in the style show, with a made-over garment. It was classified as a tailored wool dress. The clothing exhibit of counties taking clothing largest ever. There was 1482' garments shown. Cordelia Ristau, of the Ln Verne Loyal Workers club won a blue ribbon on a cotton school dress for the ingenue type, and Dorothy Chrfstensen's winter outfit for a club girl placed fifth. There- were- 468 4'-H girls and lead- ei-s in the dormitory the first morning of .the fair. A total of 566 4-H girls- and" readers- was 1 housed in the two. 4-H dormitories. More than a thousand' 4-H boys', gfrls, and leaders were fed at one meal In the huge dining hall'. The county's' 4'-H clothing exhibit, which was sent to- the state fair, will be on exhibit at the 4-H building during, the county fair this week. This exhibit is placed jiist Inside the north entrance. Aigoniaii Wed in Oktohonm— Vincent Irving Scharlach, of Ok> lahonm City, Okla., son of Mr., and Mrs. C. C. Scharlach, of Algona, married last week Tuesday morning to Dorothy Lackey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jay E.' Lackey, oC Weathcrford, Okla. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. T. H. Mi:by at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Smith, of Oklahoma City, friends of the bride and bridegroom. The bride wore a gown of white chiffon with 'accessories to match, and carried a bouquet of bride's roses and llllies of "the valley. " Af< ter the ceremony a reception was held, after which the couple left on a wedding trip to points in Iowa. They will be at home after September 1-3 In-Oklahoma City. Mr. Searlnch is a graduate of the state college at Ames and is em ployed as engineer with Ihe Reinhart and Donovan company, of Oklahoma City. Marie 15.'Miller Is Married— Many Algonians will be interest ed in the marriage of Marie E. Mil "er, of Brltt, to Guy McGinnls, of j Fort Dodge, August 28. The marriage took place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Miller, of Britt.; Maude Wenck, § of GarneV, a former Algona music teacher, furnished the nuptial music. After the ceremony a buffet supper was served. Mrs. McGinnls served as tenth district committeewoman of the American Legion Auxiliary at one time, and has appeared on American Legion Auxiliary programs in Ihe county. Mr. Me- Ginnis is engaged In the drainage business employed with the Gargent Machine company at Fort 'darKes'lda' Forks, ha Falkenhalner, Ella Ethel Storm, Lenot-e Peck and Ada Rial. _ 48 Entertained n» Bridge— Mesdames F. E. Kent, A.'! sonsky, D. E\ Dewel, J. M. tterbst, Walter Lorenz, and t> T. Nugent entertained 48 Women at dinner nnd bridge at the Wm. K. Ferguson, home Tuesday night. High bridge scores were won by MesdameA £jft B. French, Eugene Keneflck, "Untf J. O. laxson. Mrs. Ralph HOMKatt won the travel prize, Club llesiimcs The flrsl meeting of the season of the Opportunity' Bridge club was held last week Wednesday afternppjp with Mrs. W. B. Laird. The . game was played at two tables with Mrs. C. R. La Barre winning high score, and Mrs. Ralph Blbert winning. tll« consolation prle. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. La Barre. Mrs. A. K. Cliff Is Honored—: Mrs. J. L. Bonar entertained'12 women Friday night in honor-«i» Mrs. A. K. Cliff, who went to Ames Tuesday to make her home. Contract bridge was played with Lucia Wallace winning high score. Mrs Cliff was given a guest prlbe. After bridge lunch wns served. [ City and County the 59 was the a total of St. Benedict Mrs. Anna Osborn 'tiuline spent Friday and daughter with the. for- H. W. Post Dray and Transfer Long Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and dam age of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draylng. PHONE 298 Algona, Iowa. The Algona Grays defeated Cor with .12-5 Sunday afternoon on the local diamond for the third victory out of five games with the Corwith team. Each team had won two games before Sunday.. Corwith started the scoring in the third inning, gathering two scores Algona crashed through with i .score in the last half of the sam inning, and then got three more in •the last half of the fourth inning making the score 4-2 In favor of A gona. | Each team scored once in the six th inning, making the score S-3. I the first half of the seventh fram Corwith ran in two runs to even the score at 5-all, and the crowd took a real interest in the game. However the Algona heavy artillery swung inlo action, and the Al- gonians collected six scores in the last half of the inning. This spurt took the heart out of the Corwith team, and ended the scoring for the day. The box score follows: Corwith— AB R H PO A E Huntbatch, ss 422001 Hart, 2b - 301031 Cook, cf 41,0000 Oarbett, p 301130 Root, Ib 4 0 1 13 0 0 Ishipman, rf _ 401001 Ryon, If 300310 Johnson, 3b 401160 Courley, c 421601 Totals 33 « 8 24 12 4 Algona— AB R H PO A E Duncan, cf 301200 Fish, ss — 521251 Bonham, Ib 501600 O'Brien, c 411910 Scanlan, 3b 411151 Barnes, rf - 632100 Stephenson, If 432000 Butler, 2b 500640 Watts, P —"- 423010 Cayou, p 100000 mer's other daughter, Mrs. William. Brown, of Armstrong, and in the ifternoon they all drove to. Swea City to visit their aunt,. Mrs. Carrie Thompson. Olaf Norland, who is- making his iome with his brother, Melvin and, and is employed by the Cylinder carpenlers, enpoyed a vacation last week while his manager was on a fishing trip. Mrs. Jennie Jensen and Mrs. Miln Jensen visited the former's aunt City, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Millen Jensen also visited at her parental home near Swea City. Dodge. After an extended trip to the Black Hills the couple will be at home In Fort Dodge. Shower Honors Ann Mrs. John , McEnroe entertained n't a miscellaneous shower Saturday night in honor of Ann Murtagh. Bridge was played during the evening and Mrs. G. D. Shumway and Ann received prizes. After bridge the bride-to-be unwrapped her gifts after which there were refreshments. -Mrs. McEnroe had prepared a bride's cake In which she had baked a ring, a penny, a button, a thimble, and a china doll. Each article had a significance for the one who received it. The guests were Mrs. Shumway, Mrs. .C. B. Murtaghj Mrs. M. P. Haggard, Emily Rist, Mrs. Theo. Hutchison, of Iowa City, Mrs. J. F. Overmyer, Mrs. A. L. Peterson, Mrs. E. J. Murtagh, Mrs. T. P. Harrington, Mrs. Nellie Kranz, Kathryn Misbach. Shower Honors Alg-onlun— Mrs. Win. Dau and Lydia Meyers entertained at a miscellaneous shower In honor of the former's sister, Alma Schroeder, whp will be married late this month to Ben Sorenson, of Walnut. Bridge was played at four tables with Irene Vaudt and Anna Buss winning high scores, and Helen Morrow won consolation prize After bridge the honoree unwrapped her gifts, after which refreshments were served. Other guests were: Mrs. Ann Fechner, Mrs. Hattle Phillips, Mrs. Cecil McGinnls, Elva Van Deest, Rose and Christine .Arend Nellie McGinnis, Elda Lavrenz, Mrs Fred Pooch, Mrs. Raymond Reed and Stella Mae Breen. . corn Blotter, ford attachment, n ir6<rtl<rUh«ltiB order. Would trndo for young tattle.—Frttrtk A. (.iron- bndh, Lu yefHe.' 2'lp5i-52 A 1982 SUPERHETERODYNE rii- " r a!o-!--wllh all the latest features— Jitube Console. Others ask as much us $99.50, Otir dutatandlns; value ' . $5S.'BO, -with tubes. -Gamble Stores. 27-52 HELP WANTED—8T13ADY j ?ifef}iloyment. If honest, ambitious,' /fifing to work hard for $35 to $ii() weekly, write - at .once.-—The J. R, Wntklris Company, D-77, \Vlnonn, Minnesota, -., '...-'• 27p52 FOR SALE—SPOTTED POLAND Inn bred sows and some long, med boar pigs now weigh- ing'200 Ibs. or better. Anton Vammen, Rlngsted.'Iowa, farm located fi .nille&j,north, '1 mile west of Fenton. ' '•''"' 34uR2eo\v Arp thn ,1 ttlG {1 ° n Un ln tile choice of for voiir r>om t W-meter a degree beyond atlnjJ YOUR INVENTION "OR these qualities patent-by .exhibiting your nio.l-il j Rock of k~— nt the Second national Patent •Exposition, Inu-i Sept. 14 to 27. Chicago. Thousands of To the task of < manufacturers and patent' ''buyers i .•,. tl ""' will Inspect new devices and patents! , e se '6Ction 1 of pnate design, w e marketing. .. Rates $1 per day ll,4 days,*renHtllng you to 34 feet. If you have no model, draw- tor for sire to serve tion for skill and. i 'Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Stillman, . 01 Dolliver,..visited .their son, Attornej G. W. Stillman, last Thursday night. Mr: and 'Mrs. Alvin Weber attended the Stite fafr at Des Molnes PVl-' day. ..'<••". Bessie Holecek, of Garner, Is helping at her brother Ed's' radlo : store during the fair. '-'. . .-'.' Abbitr Lawton, of St. Paul, spent the weekr-errd 1 at the home of <••• her niece, Mrs. Paul Dahson. >• •••?:. .-; ", City Librarian Mrs. Lura Sanders, wenl to Clarion Saturday night" ang visited till' Monitor with relatives!' . -The Otto KuTow family and ..Mr, and Mrs:. Carf Kulow and ch'lldreri,. all of Hubbard', vfslted at the Rev. P. J. Braner home- last Sunday.. . B. E. Norton wflT begin'' 'work October i as janitor a* the new Ma: sonic Temple, formerly- the Algona hospital building. : • Ing..o,r description will do. Send for! 4.1,it 1viol ... tree''pamphlet if you have time. Ifj™ at mak 6S .ixo^send $14 ulth descriptions and, 9^ your ttlOUghtfuJI drawings and we will look after 1 Consult Us now your.'^patent Interests.!;'B. Hnmll-1 to%," "Edison, Managing Director, In- te£n,atlortal Patent Exposition; Mer- 'chaiidlse^Mnrt, Chicago.' God den MOM Est. i Want Ads SLEEPING ROOMS' POK KENT?.— Mrs. F. W. Greem 7n47tf SLEEPING R003VIS BTOR KBNtf, Close in. Phone 532.. 10p»I-52 MODEL T sale. — W. C: CGH^PK FOR Dlmaonx. . SpSll-52 USED COLE'S HOT BE/ASF heat ing store for sale.—Advance. .. .tf FOR SALE — COMETS! HOT. Blast heater. Call 803. • 8u52 LOST—SMALL" im!n£~N3BinK~pie Reward.—PHnmr SZG'-Ji. •' .'8i>52 I ani having a special price on my NAIVETTE PERMANEN1 FOR ONE MONTH ONLY $5.00 Take advantage of this offer, as they will got the regular price after October 1, Jessie Stebritz PHOKE 44 LOSE WANTED—A SCHOOL. G'IRL TO work for board", and! uoonn.— Call 551. I2u52 FOR RENT —JHBaDffiEMT S-ROOM house.—Mrs;, ffiorai BJuiey,, phone S22-J. . 10p52 WANTED— MO1OTIF ON' A FIRST mortgage oni a; faaimi; — (Ball Ad- FOR SALE4-102 1 6' CHmZVTIOLET 2'- door sedam. — 1 G5J5jls; Keterson, 6&3 Church st. Hp52 Harriet Jensen is staying at the Chris Nielsen home while she attends high school in Seneca. Marjorie Wilberg, of Ringsted, spent Saturday with her aunt, Mrs. Jennie .Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Albin Nelson Hardy, visited here last week. of GRAYS BEAT LONE ROCK LABOR DAY L. F: Howard, depot agent, arrived last week Friday to spend a few days here with- the A. J. Fehrs and many other friends. Mr. Howard Is from Marttnsb'trrgr. Arndorfer Bros, have started filling silos beginning last week. They start this weefc for friends and neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Emtl F. Arndorfer, accompanied by Adelheld and Jose- phipe Etsenbarth, drove to Mason City Saturday, to spend the • day. Mr. and Mrs. John Kellner spent Saturday at St. Joe visiting relatives. Bernadlne Arndorfer left Saturday night for Chicago, where she is employed. She spent a month's vacation at her home. Her sister Lenore also left Saturday morning by bus and train for Charter Oak, where she has been attending high school the past two years Mr. and Mrs. Albert Germann and son Harold George, of Blue Earth, spent Sunday with Mr. Emil F. Arndorfer and folks. Alfronlaii Married In West— Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Phillips, of Greeley, Colo., will leave for home today after spending a week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips. The couple were married September 1 at Greeley and were here on their wedding trip. Clifton is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, and Is employed by the Colorado state highway commission, Mrs. Phillips was Helen Hubart, of Greeley, before her marriage. She is an employe in a drug store at Greeley, and will resume work at the store upon her return to Greeley. Girl Is Given Farewell Party— FORDSON THiiffl,TIDK AKD TWO- bottom plow for sale- at. $£5. — Inquire at Advance:. ISu52 FOR SALEJ-BBSOIJ) SOWS to far- row now, $18: apiece.:—Jlacob Winkel, phone aOFl'3. lSp52-l IT IS ALWAYS FAIR WEEK AT THE] Monarch Display Jars allow you to see thei -r of the tin before you buy. PUKE CANE SUGAR ••'-' - "••"•• c & H ..;';' 100 pounds $5.17 Wouldn't a berry Pie Tasty Blueberries No/10 size ....1 FOR SALBB—TOMATQESi 75e, BU,^ cabbage, 2te IBi— 1L,* G. Voot. Algona, phone ISF-k. 14p52 FOR RENT'— MODERN furnished 3-ro.om apactment for Bght housekeeping. Ehone 488)-W. LOST—WHITE: SAPPHIRE on streets of Algona Sunday. Reward. Leave at Advance. 13po2 McCORMKCK-EHBERING «orn picker wit 11> motor mounted for sale cheap?—Call! Adtauaee. 12p51-2-3 FOR SAMS—SHORTHORN BUL.L, son o& MiaetenstBafee, Grand'Cham pion; Is-, 4 years oW. — Frank A. Gronbaoh,, Lu Yerne. V&pi51 J 52 A farewell party was given' for Mary Louise Cliff, who with ' her WHAT' StUST YOU DO IN OB^EI parents, the A. K. Cliffs, went to to get. a job. You can find out by | Ames Tuesday to make her home, writingv Manftato Commercial last week Wednesday night at the legs,, MJankatu^ Minn. Cliff home. The evening hours were OW-KER MAY HAVE FOTJR-pack-4 spent playing games after which re- ages; mispteeect in another car Sat-f freshments were served. The party unfc,y by paying for this advertise- MACARONI MADE FROM DURHAM 3 pounds19c GOLI» MEDAL FLOUR Kitcheti tested, 1.29 SCHOOL TABLETS 2 . for 5c was given by the girls of a cooking maafc Imttrtre Advance. and Mrs. club to which the honoree belongs. FOR RENT _ the home The group consisted of Margaret furniafcea: or '17u52 Nelson, who is president of the club, Ella Simons, who is employed at I Margaret BHley, the treasurer, the Algona hotel is spending a two-1 Dorothy McEnroe, Ruth Payne, and week vacation'with her mother, Mrs. Mary Simons. Christine 4 Elsenbarth is spending Ihis week with her sister, Mrs. Emil F. Arndorfer. Mrs. William Eich entertained her Larkin club last week Wednesday Gertrude Zender. 80 Girls Entertained at Bridge— unfurnished. First Wallburg Service Sta- tlomr—!>• H. Crawford, phone 20F1& 19052 HAVE US ADDRESSOGRAPH your mailing list and save you the. ex- OXTDOL Keeps white clothes •white, ' afternoon and Mrs. Mike Arndorfer entertained her Larkin mi | last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Arndorfer and Helen drove to Man- Lorraine Tierney entertained 20 pense and drudgery of typing. Our girls at bridge last Thursday night addresses cannot be.told from type- High scores were won by, Ann Mur-1 writing.—Advance. ' •' 25tt tagh and Katharine Kain. After lunch was served. Other bridge Alice Kain, Dorothy Mangan, George L. Free, Doris Long, Mrs. Alice The Algona Grays trimmed Lone Rock 3-1 In a fast ball game at the Graettlnger Labor day celebration Monday. Algona scored two runs in the fourth Inning, and another in the fifth inning. Lone Rock made its only run in the last half of the aaugluer ivlttry « BIBI1 ul Uvt3 LU „,„.„-. Kathrvn fourth. The Alonians contributed ^ Sunday and spent the day with ™"*' a ,, Marion McMahon Beth two errors, but they were not turned MrB- Arndor f er . s parents , Mr. and ^ a "' ^^^ tte ^ EUa L fw^ into scores. Lone Rock's score came | Mra . Lawrence, Cobeen, and friends.' Bd0kus - Za4a p ° Uer ' Ella Lewls ' They were accompanied home by Helen and Doris Edgeington, of Mason City, who are spending a week here with friends. Eleanor Rahm left Saturday afternoon for St. Paul to visit her sister, Mrs. Clifford Dehnert, and attend the Minnesota fair. FBESH MEATS SUGAR—25 Ib, POWDERED'!., AVitli your order] 3 Ibs. • KEID MUI FEE 3 Ibs. r-1 •i AiryFf CAKEFL Makes cakes ^ light, pkg. - FBESH with and meat order (no 100 Ih. sugar mclu when Hancock crossed the plate after Blanchard knocked out a three-1 bagger. A number from Algona and Lone I Rock drove to Graettinger to take | in th'e game. The box score follows: Algona— AB R H PO A E | Alice Behlmer, Evelyn Bode, and Philomena Quinn, and Dorothy Donnelly, De Kalb, 111. Duncan, cf „ 401100 Bonham, Ib 5 1 1 10 0 0 O'Brien, c 403630 Barnes, rf 413400 Scanlan, 3b 410330 Fish, S3 20121 Stevenson, If _' 400000 Watts, 2b 402120 Cayou, p 30003 Francis Froellch. Six £ntertain at .Bridge— Mesdames D. T. Nugent, A. E. Kresensky, D. E. Dewel, Walter Lorenz, J. M. Herbst, and Miss Frances Duhigg entertained at din- Irene Kellershon, of New Hamp- , ner and bridge at the Wm. K. Ferton, spent the week-end with the gusO n home Monday night. At 7 Frank Elsenbarths. She Is teaching o'clock a.2-course dinner was serv- a country school two miles north of ed at 17 sma n tables, which were St. Benedict. centered with -bouquets of asters. Those attending high school at Al- High bridge scores were won by Mrs. gona for their first year are Roselle R. j. Keen, -Mrs. D. R. Steele, Mrs. Dow and Clare Rahra, and Dan and w . p. French, and Mrs. Eugene '£? Totals ...... , _____ 40 12 12 27 16 2 SWEA CITYANS'PAY TEH CENTS FOR HOUSE LIGHTING Swea City, Sept, 8— The Interstate Power Co., has declared a reduction for electricity in Swea city. For lighting the rates are 10 cents for the first 25 kwh., and 8 and 6 cents lor larger amounts. Power rates start at 7 cents for the first 100 kwh. and drop ,to 2 and three- fourth certts for tbe largest consum- Totals 34 3 11 27 12 Lone Rock— AB R H PO A E Wander, cf — 300300 Krueger, Ib 4 0 2 11 0 0 Simms, p .401070 Hancock, c 411310 Munch, If 400200 Blanchard, 3b 401020 Hutchinson, rf — 4 0 1 1.0 0 Marlow, ss 302310 Sharp, 2to 300440 Totals 38 1 8 27 15 0 Score by Innings: 123456789 00210000 001000-00 Algona 0 Lone Rock ...0 ers. Commercial to (remain the same, r%te» aye Mrs. J. W. Sullivan, W«. W. W. Sullivan, Mrs. A. C. Willie and Margaret Blossom at Mason CJty. last Thursday Beg Your Pardon LuVertie, Iowa < Sept. 7, 1931 Dear Sly: In your recent Issue of the Advance, It was stated that Whittemore won from the Iiu Verne Lutheran girls toy .a score of 9 to 8. Not that it makes a great deal of difference, for we win pretty regularly anyhow, but just to keep history straight, would like to sa,y that Lu Verne won by a .score of 9 to 8, just tfce revewe Murtagh. Chicken Dinner at Clubhouse — The next evening Country club party will be held at the clubhouse Tuesday night. A chicken dinner •will be follow«d by cards and dancing. The committee In charge Is Mr. and Mrs. F, D. Mathes, ,Mr. and Mrs. N. C Rice, Mr and Mrs. T. H. Chrlschllles, Mr. and Mrs>D. P. Smith, and E. C. McMahon and H M- Smith. Reservations must be in by 9 o'clock Monday of what your correspondent Please make this correction. eald. W. B, 0. Meets lfe?t The W. B. C. club wljl meet at the LjBgio» «alj ne'^t week 'Wednesday afternoon 'at 2:80. A good attendance to Aesteea." Officer* w|P be elected- - Tfe« cowmj-ttee to charge 91 th.e meetly i# SWpm* 9* HI^Rt4Vlpb|i pHlr JHHB HM||ip • 'HOSIERY GW>YES UNDEKWEAfc

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page