Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1932 · Page 3
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COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA a"' The "Dependon" Grocery has a SPECIAL for you for this and next week. If you never used or tasted "Pure Quilt" Coffee we want you'to try it once, anyway, and to help things along We will sell it for 35c the Pound Not39c or 43c like many other brands. The "Halco" Coffee is good for 35c and a cup and saucer or a Sherbet free with each pound. "PURE QUILL' black or green Japan tea of the very choicest Duality/ is also down lOc THE POUND. NEW YORK Buckwheat Flour. "RICHELIEU" Maple, and "IOWA MAID" Maple and Cane Syrup All tend to msike a real fin* breakfast on chilly mornings—and if you like home-made pure Minnesota Sorghum we have it also. This is the season for good eats, like California Asparagus and Spinach, Tomato, Orange and Grapefruit Juices are good'and cheap. Try some, and be sure to get the BEST GROCERIES AT AKRE'S PHONES 290 and 291 113.SO. DODGE IN ALGOHA U F.S.NORTONI/50N5 LET'S STOP THIS QUARRELING- OVER OUR FAMILIES HAVE YOU HEARD THAT SISTER CUT HER. TACE AMD WESLEY FARM BOr,ONLY7, DIES JAN, 12 Wesley, Jan. 19—H. Eugene Stuer, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Hernan Studcr, farmers seven miles outheast of Wesley, died at Kosuth hospital last week Tuesday. Gugene would have been seven ears old In April. He had been t the hospital only one day, but ad been ailing all fall and winter, neumonla and complications are Iven as the immediate cause of his eath. He was a grandson of the ate John Studer. Besides his par- nts, he Is survived by two younger rothers. Funeral services were eld here at St. Joseph church Frl- ay morning at 9 o'clock, requiem mass being conducted by the Rev. father Loeffelholtz, St. Benedict. Burial was made. In St. Joseph emetery. Basketball Games Played— Our basketball teams played Rake lere Friday night. The games with itonka have been postponed until Monday, February 22. In Friday's ncounter, the girls' game was slow, mt the Wesley girls won, 32-16. The boys' game was more exciting, and resulted In a score of 35-16 in avor of Wesley, It was very close until the middle of the second half. he Wesley boys were able to hit he basket from almost everywhere, and nearly every player added several points to the score. This weekend we play the Algona academy at Algona. Itebekuh Officers Are Installed— The Rebekahs held installation of officers last week Tuesday evening.' !va McCall was Installing officer. Officers are: Mrs. Carl Johnson, Noble Grand; Grand; Myrtle Eva McCall, vice Mullln, secretary; Mayme Butts, Ameebury, right treasurer; Mrs. Supporter to N. Listen around Algona and you'll hear people express a preference for BLUE STAR COAL. They know they can depend on it for keeping their homes warm.' ' Call 2X9 F. S. Norton & Son G.; Mrs. Knight, left Supporter to N. G.; Olive Erdman, right Supporter to vice Grand; Janet Benton, inner Guardian; Mrs. Sturdlvant, outer Guardian; Eunice Nelson, Warden; Marie Franzen, Conductor; Amanda Nelson, Chaplain. A potluck lunch was served. lion Elcke Is Benedick— Clara Ricke was at Hampton last week Tuesday to act as bridesmaid at the wedding of her brother, Lou Ricke, and Anna. Gerleman'. Lou is a.son of the Henry Rickes, Wesley, but Has farmed near Williams with his brother Lawrence for several years.. .This was a church wedding, and the Rev. J. A. ^McMann was the officiating clergyman. Mel Gerleman was best man. Lou will continue to live on the same farm as his brother, but in a separate residence. Bible Study Class Meets— The Bible Study class of the Methodist Sunday school will meet at Raymond Hansen's this week Tuesday evening. The eighth chapter of John will be studied. Since the roads are not suitable for cars and ' there is good sleighing, Raymond will come after a load with his bobsled. Rite-Way Grocery ^^^WT ^^p ^^^d^ ^^BJjJI^^I^^P^W ^^W^^^^^*^^^^ Jai»u«ry gl to 38 •** SSK »i ** * 4* PfUCftfce flour -r — — ---- Wo Pure caue and maple ,jrrm> ..„ ------------- 880 9 »«. preserves ---------- »?« CornweiU, 6 », l»«r -.—We MUk, 9 cans ----- T ---- ~--91o n, etc Catholic Daughters Give Party— • The Catholic Daughters • held one of their regular card parties at the hall Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Murphy won high in bridge, Nell Frirnml in 500. The Daughters will give another card party Tuesday evening, February vlted. 26. Gentlemen are in- Waglilngton Bicentennial Observed The Study club, met with Mrs. Louis Goetz last week Thursday afternoon. The subject was the Washington bl-Centennial, and Mrs. Daughan was leader. Roll call was answered with an Incident In Washington's life, served. A delicious lunch was Aid to Serve Oyster Stews — A committee of five members of the Methodist Aid will serve oyster stew In the basement this week Saturday evening, for 25 cents per plate. The Aid ;will hold a business meeting Wednesday afternoon at Mrs, Fred Looft's. 'Declam' Contestants In Training— The declamatory contestants are now being trained. The elimination contest will take place the first week In February; the home contest about a week later. Banna Called for Marriage- Banns were called the first time at St. Joseph church Sunday, for George Goetz. and Clara Ricke. Other Wesley News. Wesley, Jan. 19— While working as substitute agent at Cylinder, Mrs. Ben Hopkins suffered an injury that has since Incapacitated her, Monday, January 4, she slipped on ice and fell, striking the back of her head. She was unconscious .for some moments; and later a swelling the size of one's fist indicated the severity of the "bump," Mrs. Hopkins has since suffered spells of dizziness. She came home the same day. •' Haze} Hudson and Ralph Welter, Mason City, spent Sunday with their parents,; the Robert Welters. George and Dorothy Goetz were at Algona Court Action Would Endanger Road Bonds This editorial from the pen of 5eth B. Calry, of the Whlttemore Champion, la highly Interesting: The decision of the Iowa supreme jourt In the Osceola road bond case, naturally brings up the question how Kossuth would fare If someone vere to start suit In the local courts ind ask for an Injunction to keep :he board from Issuing more bonds, ar even paying for the more than a million that have been Issued. In the Osceola case the bonds were voted with the roads laid out is per the usual program. Later, before the bonds were Issued', the ilghway commission changed the routing on some of the roads, and an Injunction preventing the use of :he money on such relocations was granted by the local courts. The supreme court held that the lower court was right, and turned down an application for a rehearing. In Kossuth, It will be recalled, maps were printed at the time of the bond election, showing just where the roads were • to be placed. The bonds were voted, the first paving was put In, and then relocations came thick and fast. The most notable change was between Whlt- temore and Algona, the entire road 22 PUPILS IN 'DECLAM' TILT AT SWEA CITY Swea City, Jan. 19 — So many are In the declamatory elimination contest here that two evenings this week are to be given over to this work. The humorous section will speak Wednesday night and the oratorical and dramatic Thursday night. The following will compete: Oratorical — Kenneth Erlckson, I Am Innocent of His Blood; Everett Kulander, The Indians; Thomas Miller, Toussiant L'Ouverture Harry Montgomery, Personal Liberty; Ralph Stockman, 'Washington ant His Contemporaries. Humorous — Thelma Appelt, Jane Entertains the Minister; Ardella Hovey, At the Lace Counter; Oreen Iverson, Pink Ice Cream; Frances Kuchynka, Let Brotherly Love Continue; June Larson, Billy is Invited Out; Lucille Peterson, Little Mable and Her Big Brother; Alpha Simmons, Jane; Arietta Skromme, Alberta at the Beach; Rose Lee Slow- inske, Johnny Hears the Contest; Wallace Slowlnske, George Says Boys Don't Have Such a Snap in Life After All. Dramatic — Thelma Carlson, They Grind Exceedingly Small; Lois James, His Folks; Darlene Kesler, The Swan Song; Marjorie Simmons, The Slow Man; Dencil Stockman, The Little Rebel; Katherine Thomson, The Truly Mother; Jeannette Wilson, The Greatest Gift. Lutheran Church Elects — The Lutheran church held Its annual meeting with a good crowd .in attendance. The Sunday school was reported in good condition with 1S5 enrolled. The budget of the church for 1932 is about $4,000. The board follows; Deacons— John E Pehrson, Arthur Anderson, J. H Holcomb, J. P. .Peterson, Frank Johnson, J. J. Anderson; trustees — Andrew Pearson, George Nyman Ole Kvamsdale, Andrew Larson, L C. Knutsen, and Clarence Johnson Rudolph Peterson was chosen secretary of the congregation and L C. Knutson, treasurer. Arthur Pehrson was elected delegate to the conference meeting, with Richard Anderson, alternate. Theodore Wallentine was elected delegate to the district meeting with E'mil O'Green alternate. Mrs. H. Kulander was elected organist, Dr, H, Kulander choir leader, Albert Swanson, Cecl Peterson, Ralph Johnson, ushers auditing committee, O. L. Thorson Arthur Holcomb, •: Wilfred Carlson publicity agents, Mra. Oscar Pehrson, Mrs. Russell Dltawortli. lelng shifted a mile north, missing loth Whittemore and Algona. Other changes were made at Bancroft and some on No. 9 in the North End. There will be several 3hanges south of Algona before the program Is completed, but should someone start suit it Is likely that the precedent established in the Osceola case would apply here. At the time the bonds wore voted Whittemore township was the only township containing a town that did not approve the bonds and the boast was made by some of the staunch supporters of the bonds that the road would eventually be taken away from Whittemore. Someone did, after a farce of a meeting -at Algona, where everyone spoke for :he old location and no one for the new. Not that we think the town ost a great deal by the relocation, 5ut we can not help wondering what would happen should someone start suit anil ask for an injunction similar to the one issued in Osceola. Such a thing is not beyond the realm of possibility, as there are still many in the county who think bond lasues are something to be shunned and_ who might not be averse to kicking a spoke out of the wheel of progress so-called. SALISBURYS REPORT SNOW IN MONTANA i By Mrs. C. R. Salisbury. Fort Benton, ,Mont., Jan. 11 — I will hasten to send check due you for another year, as we would hate to be dropped from your list. We see, HO many things of interest, -anc we do especially appreciate the homo papers when so far from the old home. Before the ground froze in November we had IS. or 20 inches of snow, which stayed with us till a week or so before Christmas, when a Chinook wind took it all off in two days. Since then we've had none to speak of, and today a terrific dust storm which we fear will dam age the winter wheat, is raging. ' The thermometer stood at 5' above this morning at 7:30. "We have had only a few days Of below zero weather. Residents here 'woulc like to see a lot of snow for th sake of the needed moisture. Thi section, however, wasn't as dry 'las year as other parts of Montana; bu we were nevertheless hard - hit -by dust storms in the spring and a hail storm later. LOTTS CREEK GIRL, FENTON FARMER, MARRIED SUNDAY Lotts Creek, Jan. 19 — A weddln took place Sunday, when Lydia daughter of Mrs. Mary Mittag, b Fenton, formerly Lotts Creek, was married to Maurice, son of Mr. anc Mrs. John Wallace, Fenton, at 1:3 p. m. at the Lotts ' Creek Luthera church, the Rev. E. Fiene official ing. The bride wore a peach-co: ored satin dress and veil and carriec a bouquet of roses and narcissus She was attended by her sister Del la, who was attired in a pink ne dress and carried a bouquet of cai nations. Leo Wallace, brother o the bridegroom, attended the bride groom. Loreta, daughter v of M and Mrs.' Martin Meyer, X,ott Creek and Gladys, daughter of M and Mrs. Louis Welsbrod, Fenton were maids of honor, Loretta In yellow satin drees, with roses ah< primroses in an arm sachet, anc Gladys in a green satin dress, alsc with roses and primroses In an arm sachet. Two little flower girls Marion, daughter of Mr, and Mr Herman Hintz, Lotts Creek, an Josephine, daughter of Mr. and Mr Joseph Auner, • Algona, were dresse in orchid and .carried arm baskets Table waiters wnre Lvdln Mfive LAK TO t A I Lakot ng schc :ownshl; ody, H st wee c« was- cresting material rapes, mined as hel made ar n pamt jroldery ocal H even f 'ourth 1 )e giver <oppen' Incoln The I eau m •as no ause o Juckels , gave Those. 1 ret son 'he me and tal ay mo V covei noon. Fiddler' . An o staged vlth th heater Albert iij j].. . .ladle 1 ond, G accord! Marvin mouth second. )usine£ Kldon . Eldor east .of sick a. Improv Thursd [Jain, a the . K( where for, gal same • r recovei with h Slilpph The associa "at the officers George E. Te Jerry Rippoi manag Agent with t Attend The nnri *\f una AI day fc Warbu Farm Johnso visit 3 iel Bo( Algona conven Sleigh Meit worth day sc party bravec was di ride t: Smith chowd To Sel Emo tion a his tei suth c Friday connec accom Altizet W. F. A g with TO f, B, 2 TOWNSHIPS ta, Jart. 19—The third train- ng school for Lelyard and Lincoln jwnshtps was j;lven by Muriel ody, H. D. A., £Jt John Heetland's Household fab- ahd proved in- Ins ructlve. Drapery glass curtains, over- covjrs, etc.,'were ex- and a general discussion 1. Fabrics tests were also iade and yarn etibroidery was put " ;s of cur;aln material. Em- designs were copied. Six leaders fnm Lincoln and from Ledyird attended. The won on >lock printing will In February at Mrs. Gust V. B. Meist Held— Lincoln to vnshlp Farm Bu- meeting at large in lesson Henry Patterson's attendance be- Mrs. A. E. Buckels, local lealer In district No. on caning chairs, old chairs plan to to refiuish. and held a separate he issues ng to the farmers, covered-dish lunch was served at Department Stores A Great Purchase Sale of 2,000 PRINCESS PEGGY Wash Frocks , •.!•Brings you more style ' • . .•• •* : -I t,i ( and more quality at the low price of Is Held— An old-time fi< dler's contest, was ning in connection show at the World a gt od crowd was out. in first with .Beemer won sec- George Enr er first with r j accordion, and John Makls, second; W'eise won first with organ, .and George Ennen Merchandise donated by business men was given as prizes. Suclis at i, son of • town fa week ago Hospital— the Louis mers, was ho Saturday, but had t of last week. Last taken with severe lliams took him to spltal at Algona, "Thursday. The Wester family Wesley, and the David Johnsons, farmers southeast of .Wesley, were guests at Vlggo Kiilsholm's for dinner Sun- Kunz, Davenport, spent the week-en4 at. home. Mr. and Mrs. or. W. Fjfuaers, Des Molnes, visited over Sunday with her sjster, Mrs. Joseph Meurer. day. Julius McCall, her nephew and another nephew, Harry, Clare, Brltt, were at Garner and Mason City on business last Wednesday. Mrs. Nannie Satchel], Algona business woman, spent the 'week-end with her friend of long standing, Mrs. Susie Grajsk^,, Thelma Ash Is visiting friends at P. # L. Quits. u\ne Reporter says the Mutual building and loan association at Spencer will wind up it* i affaire April I and go qut of business,, this n,otwithstandjng the fac,t$ that It i» essence. 44 year* with* T ,p ,~~jf * $spv ana haa ft ' wa ™ Pf4d 7$| pej? cpjij ..T.,?i: Impromptu Jflght School Debate— A lively time was had at the night school last week Monday. The men had some heated discussions on, why we cultivate our farm crops, 'different opinions being given. The men will continue to study crop pests and weed eradication at this week's lesson. The women studied personality of the home from the standpoint of architecture, color in flowers, floors, walls, etc. The women will attempt the drawing of patterns for hooked rugs at this.week's lesson, The school was entertained at the opening by the high school orchestra, and a harmonica band. Mrs. Dahl has trained from seventh to fifth grade boys and girls. •> . Honor Students Announced— The, end of the last six weeks school showed Jane Carlson highest on honor roll In high school, with an average of 94 3-4. Darlene Kesler came close with 94%, and Lois James had 93%. Merlin Larson Is high'boy with 91 3-4. High grade in high school for semester goes to Lucjlle Berg with 94, D. W, Fultz and Jane Carlson tying for second, 93 3-4, and Lois -James malting 93%, », IT..A, to Install Officers— The Royal Neighbors held a special business meeting last week Wednesday in their lodge room. This week Tuesday evening the follow Ing officers will be installed; oracle, Mrs. W, O. Nelson; past oracle, Mrs. Wrn. Christiansen; vice oracle, Mrs. Dean James; recorder, Mrs. • Earl Nagel; treasurer, Blanche Hoosier. Mrs. William Christiansen was chosen organist. Eye Troubles Ex-Superrlsoiv- • C. O. Peterson is having a serious time with infection of jthe eye. He was taken to an Bstheryille hospital tost week. , . Other Swea City. 'M. A. TJhempsoflj who formerly farmed nfiar hpre, visited'relatives an,d friends here las.t week; Mtavl for bis home in Alden Saturday. •IIIIIH..^.^.,!!!!,,^,!.^. to |^e*ye. it- A, ^ijseffl, terpfyrJy e(t' 1 tonka, then a storekeeper ?ut Bu. • w[*)9 *f Wvlnf v^r^ft'.p^ dans to motvo March 1 to y-^K^ir w "Pr^* ~ "WiPff-yfy U ^ 9ra where .an operallo'n was performed for, gall, stones aid appendicitis'that At 'His were re Winter; Telcamp; J. E. Sachs, taken last reports he was mother, who went lome Saturday. tion Rcelccts— livestock Shipping its annual meeting hall Friday and all elected: president, vice president, J. secretary-treasurer, directors C. K. A. E. Anderson; Ukena. County ivas present to help Attend F. B. Convention- Mrs. F. O. Johnson and Mra. J. H. Varburton left Mon- for Des Mij>lnes, where Mrs. attend the Iowa will Bureau convention, and the on to Knoxville to Mrs. Johnson's parents. Murwill join them at will also attend the Iven— of tie Methodist Bp- worth League and young folks Sun- had a sleighing night and about 20 J. H. Warburton was driver of tfje sleigh. After the back to the A. Q. home, (ind enjoyed clam s and a warm fire. rushes- Emory Smith lae accepted a position as Fuller brush salesman, with north half of Kos- I!e went to night t( his work. He was Pearl Estle, Homer Altizer, and Odessa Buckels. W. F. M. S. ls~( Organized— group of Lakota women met Mrs.. F. C Martha Seegebarth, 'and Leona Luedtke, who served at a reception at the home of the bride's parents after the ceremony. The bride was formerly employed at the Auner home at Algona, and the bridegroom has been farming with his father. After visits with local relatives a few weeks, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace will be at home after March 1, on a farm near Fenton, Other Lotts Creek. Mr, and Mrs. Richard Potratz, Mr. and Mrs. Herm Reisner, and Mr. and Mrs, John Kohlwes attended the Mrs. Fred Lavrenz funeral at Algona last week Wednesday afternoon, •. '.••-'• • Arnold Melne recently suffered a badly cut hand while he was help- Ing with the, work at Adam Lieb's. Olivia Kressln spent the weekend at Fenton at W. T. Ohm's. "Bill" Zumach was sick a few days last week. KOSSUTH NOT CHAN6ED IN PUN TO JOIN COUNTIES As a measure of tax economy It has of late been proposed by Individuals and some newspapers that counties be consolidated, the argument being not only that money would be saved thereby but that in these automobile and good roads times distances have shrunk so much that counties could be much larger than they are now without public inconvenience. A writer in a recent issue of the Sunday Register revived the proposal and offered, a map of the state showing suggested consolidations. In this map Kossuth was left as at present, but Emmet and Dickinson, Palo Alto, Pocahontas, and Humboldt, and Winnebago and Hancock were con* eolldated. li^w^JIJr fl|#ip^ Mr. and ^rs,.qej>rge J?eWUtna, of akota> enent Sunday at Charley Mr. and Mrs. V. Mrf. I^. WvWiewei- ^. Barrett a were at Blmore ganized a Wonran's. Foreign' Missionary society, Moe as preslden vice president; ans, secretary; and Mrs. Guy Beemer, treasurer. Dorcas S. S. Class Meets— The Dorcas Sunday school held its monthly Mussman's last and 20 attended gave a review o parlors in honoi Wade Ball and sell Winter. Russell Winters Mrs. Clifford Ernest Wortmau gave a eous shower for at the Freeark hold goods were the third time burned out. Titonka Mondaj Moe, and from Kossuth hosplt week 'and is Greater than Ever The new Princess Peggy models are different—Never were the fabrics more beautiful—nor quality finer —to fully appreciate their loveliness you must see them, try them on. You'll find it indeed a pleasure to wear a PRINCESS PEGGY FROCK to make bright your daytime duties and leisure moment s— they're so inexpensive you can well afford three or four! Boil Them Another if your's fades. attend a Algona meeting Johnson and or- with Mrs. Harry Mrs. A. Q. Smith, Mrs, E. A. Clem- class meeting at George Thursday evening , Mrs. Harry Moe the Book of Genesis, and this wap followed by a social hour. Party Honors 1 wo Couples— The Presbyteilan young married people's Sunday school class held a party Friday niirht in the : church of Mr. and Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. Rus- Honored— Freeark and Mrs. the Russell Winters home last week Tuesday evening, with 46 relatives present, Other Lakota News, Mrs. Arthur iSorensen ,is staying here with her jiarerits, the Charles Lewises, since the Sorensen house- burned at Buffalo Center last week Sunday. This is •they have' been Mrs. Margarel Faulkner went to morning with Mr- there went to visit l^ffimwn Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and Minnesota. SENSIBLE ECONOMY. Don't deny yourself the things you need. Sensible economy is the careful buying of your daily requirements — you will, therefore, check closely the Council Oak' specials for ... FRIDAY, SATURDAY &MONDAY, JAN. 82, 83, 8& CHERRIES Never before have you bought new pack Red Pitted Cherries from the best canner in Michigan at this low price. 'Only two cars distributed in 112 .Council Oak stores. Be cure you get yours during this sale. N O ; 10 ZQr Near Gallon can — _'t/t^l/ PEARS Choicest ; quality Bartlett Pears as only'comes from the state of Oregon. Bright, tender fruit, yet firm in texture. With the addition of but little sugar these Pears make a most delicious and economical table sauce. ' No. 10. QO/» Near Gallon can —_-O»7CJ CANDY BARS and Chewing Gum, 3 best nickel values APPLE BUTTER Delightfully spiced Just like mother made It. During the TWIN LAKE BRAND winter,. what is nicer than. 4* POUND Apple Butter spread thick on good bread and butter? i JAR. PALMOLIVE S.OAP 3 Dime Bars P& G LAUNDRY SOAP 8 bars lOc her daughter, Ijlrs, Alrec Boeck- holtz. A son, the filrst child, was born last week to tr.e George Christs, who live east ol town, Sylvia Abbas, who has been In the 1, came home last ([covering nicely. BURT CITIZEIIS OPPOSED TO AMHULUN6 2 TRAINS , Burt, Jan. 19--A, petition to the slftte railroad commission asking to haye the Nort western passenger trains left on vas circulated here last week, and a- large number of slgnere wa« swured. Though a meaaage fronj ^orthweftern ofltlcji^Ja ^jad' Utoted tb&t< tb9 fyai|va ^QUld jb§ '*tbM«a't^a. SALMON Very fine flavored cold stream Alaska Salmon. Just the thing for- Salmon casserole and Salmon loaf. Equally as nutritious as more expensive brands, • Purchase a reserve supply at the special sate pr}ce r Pound cans ——,-^4!5tJv PEACHES A few years ago you paid |0 cents for a can of Peaches, and they tasted fine, During this sale you can buy the same peaches in both ttya sliced and halves at half that price, Let your Peach pur* chase at this sale be a liberal, one. I<arge No, GLASS * » ,* your broken 4por and windshield glim while.you wait- \ . , , ,"

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