Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 17, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 17, 1932
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ow! New Clothes r f for Easter It's time to dress up. You'll feel better, look better, perform better. You can have a handsome spring ' wardrobe for considerably less than you would have paid in seasons past.' Here's 1 a word of warning: to be thrifty, be sure of the dependability of the clothes you buy. As thousands of men already know, If,you select a Kuppenheimer suit, you get the greatest money's worth in beauty, long life-and guaranteed satisfaction. Our complete showing is ready. Kuppenheimer Good Clothes 24.50 and 35.00 Other Makes for Young Men * 12.50, $16.50; $18.50, $32.50, $24.50 Caldwell Algona's New Clothes Shop CLOTHINO A1V1) SHOES K088UTH CQTINTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA MUSIC FEST • TO BE GIVEN AUEDYARD Lcdyard, Mai-. 15.—A music festival will bo given Friday night, at the high school auditorium, with V. A. 'Barrett, music Instructor In charge. The first six grades will present one or two numbers; the boys' and girls' Klee clubs will sing; the rhythm band will play; as well ae the'high school band and orchestra. Three Schools to Give Plays in Three Towns Lu Verne, Mar. 15.— The Tltonka, Wesley, and 'Lu Verne Jilgh schools are preparing plays to give together In a single evening's entertainment at each of the three towns. The piay chosen by 'Lu Verne Is a one-act tragedy, .The Honest Man, and the characters are,Helen. Kuebler, Richard Niver, and Wayne Lang. The plays are to be put on not In a spirit of competition but rather to draw the schools closer together. They will I be e'ven at Wesley March 22; at Tl- nln > , solo, violin solo, vocal group, etc. • Other{ are trumpet solo, trombone tonk(lf March 24; and at ^ Vernej violin trio, small The object of the program Is to show what Is 'being done In music and to raise funds for expenses of contestants to the ,sub- distrlct music contest at Esthervllle. The program will start at 8 o'clock. Admission is 35 and 15 cents. Seniors Lend In Scholarship- Seniors were in the'lead with the highest average last six weeks. Honor students are: Twelfth—Melbourne Jones, Alice Weaver, Walter Miller, Elmer .lunkermeier, Elmer Zielskie and Wilbur Hasselbrack. Eleventh—Pern Lewis, Marvin jii'n- kermeler, Mary Miller, Reece. Tenth—Tilmer Lu .Metta Halvorsoh, Anna Jones. Ninth—Ella Ooetz, Cecil 'Long. Eighth—Violet Long, La Vaun Farrow, and Clara Wlrtjes. Seventh—Henrietta O'Keefe, Cleo Gable, Ellwood Green and Evelyn Mayne. Sixth, Geneva Gelhaus, Alvlra Halvorson, Glen Dyer, Beulah Looft, Arlowe Blome, Bernard Anderson, Verna Berglund, Agriee Juhkermeier, OPEN SEASON 50 Cases (600 Pairs) of Ladies' Low Shoes were unloaded at Neville's today. All the new speedy v styles for the Easter parade. You can get style without extravagance at Neville's for we have declared war on high • prices. « • .« These beautiful new slippers mjade by Peters and other reliable factories will be sold at 91.98, :$2.48, 92.98 and $3.»5. No use paying -more, for you cannot buy better shoes at any price. They fit, they wear and look like a million dollars. We are very proud of this year's assortment. We have them in all sizes from 3 to 9 and widths from A to BE. We carry the largest stock of Ladies' Silk Hose in Kossuth County, priced from 25c to 69c a pair. We have coming 300 dozen Children's Hose, regular 35c values, by a well known maker. They are going into this sale as an extra special at lOc a pair. Nuff said. - JIMMIE NEVILLE The Shoe Man Algona, Iowa STYLE WITHOUT 1XTBAVAGANCE JJew dresses cpming In every day. They are the talk ^vnn't women *°U», J«*i thlttk of it—you can buy •JW Easter gown for only $2.95 at Neville's Toggery. anrt ® w 8tyl< * a »d designs. The very latest in colors ^JS aterials - Bvejy dress brand, spanking new. ;AO old ones or last yearns leftovers. vnn 8to ?#ttS* ab Wt 30Q dresses in all sizes, so to * ve * b *« *^^ion to choose from. frocks in Your Full '-'TT5!»'*?""* s ""'" r and Donald Berhow. Lloyd, Howard Nltz, Fifth-^Lurene Harold Long, Edna Leslie, Tlllle'iSwalve. Fourth — Lawrence Flynn, Edna Dahtje, and Roy Trj'on. . . „ Credits Given for News — . To arouse Interest In writing articles. for the "Putuwlz," the school paper, credits are being awarded pupils, Points are given for each .article according to Its length, and for each headline. So far Willis Dyer is leading with 106 points; Ervin Kllnkstek Is second with 100; Elmer March 29. At each place the proceeds will go to the local school. Presbyterian Aid >"anic§ Officers— The annual meeting of the Presbyterian Aid was held last week Wednesday at the city hall and officers .were elected-; Mrs. Grant Jennings, president; Mrs. J. L. Lichty, Mm. William Moedlng and Mrs. S. P. Phillips, first, second and third vice presidents, respectively; Mrs. P. I. Chapman, secretary, and Mrs. B. Jones, treasurer. 'The treasurer's report showed that the Aid had raised nearly $500 in the past year. A potluck bjnch .was served at which families of the members were guests. The men plan to serve at the inext meeting on March 2$. Club Studies Salt Lake City— The Progressive Women's club continued a study of interesting places in the U. S. -Friday, when a meeting was held at Mrs. Ernest Wolto's. Mrs. A. L. Spooner and Mrs. J. L. Lichty were leaders, on 'Salt Lake City, giving both the early history of the city and a description of it an it ie today. Mrs. Harold Phillips played a' piano solo, and there was a discussion on the good and toad points of Mormon- bara LothHnger visited the 'Martin Lothrlngew* at Moorland Saturday. Barney Gardner went to Green City, Mo., last Thursday to visit lite son, David, who has a store there. Coach Agaard refereed at a girls' basketball tournament at West -Bend last week-end. Florence Ramms and Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson spent Monday at Mason City. Mrs. Hugh Colwell spent several days last week with her mother at Fort Dodge. * LONE ROCK CAUCUS NAMES CANDIDATES FOR CITY OFFICES Lone Rock, March 15.—In a caucus Saturday evening the following were nominated: Frederick 'Schultz for mayor; William Flaig for assessor; N. L. Cotton for treasurer, and candidates for the town council at'c L. R. Roderick, G. A. Sharp, J. M. Blanchard, Frank Plate; A. W. Lampe was named in Charles Morris' place. ith 90, and 'Fern ^ Colliers have,'* eielsklei third 'Lewis has 83. good start. Ledyard ta proud of their school paper. The "Putuwlz" Is now a member of the National Scholastic Press association, established to better Journalism, and Is sponsored by department of journalism ' of the nlversity of Minnesota. Juniors Lose Tourney Final- Junior high -basketball boys went to Algona Saturday to play in the junior tournament. They won from CorwUh 10-6 in an overtime game. In the afternoon they won from Fenton 14-11. In the final game they were beaten by 'Algona, 22-3. F. B. Women Study Painting- Farm Bureau women met with Jeke Telkamp last week Tuesday. The las't lesson on crayola painting was given. This week Saturday night Mrs. L. A. Nltz will give the ame lesson at Mrs. Blanche Jenk's, o another group. holr Practises Cantata— t A number of members of the liim. Mrs. club. Erneet Zeltz joined the To Slnp In Teachers' Chorus— Richard 'Niver and Wesley Baddeley will be 'representatives' of -the Lu Verne schools In a chorus at the opening session of the Nprth Central Teachers' convention at Fort Dodge th'ls week Thursday night. This chorus Is composed of represen- tlve.a^ofni'airschoq^pf the district and will be directed-by Nobel Cain; of Chicago. The schools here will be dismissed for the convention, all the teachers attending. Delia Stoddard Is Bride— 'The marriage of Delia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stoddard, to 'Lawrence, son, of Mr. and Mrs. William Miller, Saturday, came as a surprise to many friends In 'Lu Verne. They went to Canton, S. Dak., where the ceremony took place. Mrs. Albert Heftl, sister of the bride, accompanied them. They returned to Lu Verne 'Sunday, and will make their home at William Miller's for^he present. : School Election Fight Monday— The local school election caused riot a little excitement Monday. The three year terms of -Mrs. Fay Niver and Mrs. J. L. Liehty were about to 'expire, and their names, with those of Mrs. George Hanselman and Mre. O. J. Marty, were on the ticket. More than 300 voters Visited the*polls,'and lethodist choir held a potluck din- Mrs. Hanselman and Mrs. Marty were er in the church basement Sunday, "ollowing dinner they practiced the faster contata to be given this Sun- ay night. Leon Wonlen's Father 111— . 'Leon Worden, Ledyard, and Gene Vorden, of Elmore, were called to Algona Saturday by the illness of heir father, J. B. Worden, who, IB now reported recovering. elected.. J. M. Chrlstenson was elected treasurer. ilrls Lose Tourney Game— The girls' basketball team lost to Dolllver 28-22 in the eectlonal tournament at Rlngsted last Thursday evening. . . Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett attended the district tournament at Mason City Friday and Saturday nights. They visited Mr. and Mrs. George Schulte at Alexander Saturday. The Misses Mylam, Nolan Stranahan and tondall accompanied them to .Mason City. Mr. Green, George Hagge, and August Busch each took a load of the members of the German Evangelr cal confirmation class to Fairmont Saturday to have pictures taken. Vlrs. Brandt, Anita Gelhaus and Helen Hagge went with them Mrs. Mary Poppe,' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blome and Luetta Gelhaus :eft last week Monday for near Anamosa to attend the funeral of Mrs. Poppe's brother-in-law. They returned Wednesday. Bill Welmer spent thr -veek-end at yan Meter. His grandmother, Mrs. M. Tillmoney, acompanied him to Des Moines and also visited her eon John, at Ames. Shirley, county superintendent, was here last week Wednesday visiting school. Mildred Granner entertained the sewing club last week Monday at Mrs. D..B. Mayer's. ! The Sewing circle met with Mi's. A. E. Laurltzen and the evening was Lu Verne Folks Hear Paderewskl— Several Lu Verne people heard a concert by Paderewskl one day last week. Mrs. James Chrlstensen and •her daughter, Charllne, heard him at Des Moines Wednesday night and Mrs. Rae Stone, Mrs. Harold Phillips, Mrs. Burdette Agard, and the Rev. and Mrs. William Baddeley drove to Cedar Falls to hear him Thurfday night. ^^__ Progressive Bock Club Meets— The Progressive Rook club spent an evening at the Dr. T. L. Williams home last week Wednesday, with VIr. >and Mrs. Lloyd Zent'ner as host and hostess. Rook was played at four tables, with Mrs. Harry Lichty and Ed Dehnert winning the high scores; Mrs. Harold Sorenson and Jesse Lindebak, low. Cemetery Association Meets— The Cemetery association met Jast Thursday afternoon at Mrs. H. -Cl, Allen's. After a ibusiness meeting the rest of the afternoon was spent socially,, with a potluck lunch at the clcfee. The next meeting will be on April 4 with Mrs. Peter Thompson, Teachers Give Bridge Party— Ange Roorda and Kate Skinner entertained last week Wednesday evening. Bridge was played at three taWee, and Mrs. C, B. Huff won first, while Mrs. Burdette Agard won a travel prize. Refreshments were served. ^ . Epworth League HUB Party — The Epworth, League had a party at the church Friday evening. The time was spent at games, 'and refreshments were served by Vera Bigings,. Harold LlcKty, land Forrest Raney. Holy Week Services Planned- There will be special services every To'Hare Gallstone Operation— Mr. and Mrs. William Leeper, Glen Leeper and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bohn went to Iowa City Sunday, where Mrs, Leeper will undergo an operation for gallstones. Mrs. Art Davis is caring for the Bohn children. ..,; Attend Fnneral at Irvlngfcni— Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Sharp, Delmar Fisher, Delbert and Russel •Sharp attended the funeral of Mildred Armstrong at Irvington Friday Miss -Armstrong was a niece of Mr Sharp. Girls Lose hi Tournament— Lone Rock girls loat 33-23 to Graettinger Friday evening in the sectional basketball -tournament at Rlngsted. Coach Lynn, of Esther- vllle, was referee. Enters Manbato Hospital John Sprank' went to- Mankato Monday to enter the hospital for an examination. Other Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris wen to Ames and Des Molnee Saturday tc visit their daughter, Vera, who Is at tending college. The Morrises were accompanied by Mrs. N. L. Cotton who visited her daughter, Mrs. Har vey Shellito. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener won to Cedar Falls last Thursday. Thej brought their daughter, Naoma, wit] them when 'they -returned Friday Naoma has been attending college Glen Sharp, manager of the Glob Trotters basketball team, spent tlv week-end at home, His team playec at Greenfield Monday evening. Donald Blanchard, Cedar Falls col lege student, came home Friday fo a week-ertd visit with .his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard. Thomas Erigesser,' who was ill las week, came back to work Monday Clarence Macumber had been takin his place, in the garage. Vern Morris! who is attending col lege at Ames, will be home Thurs SENECA, SWEA CITY RES DENT 50 YEARS, DIES iSwea City, Mar. 15.—Edwin B. Paulson died Friday, at Louis Eckholm's. Ho had been staying at a. ocal rooming house, but 'when he vas taken with pneumonia lie was moved to Eckholm's. Ho was born 'anuary 27, 1874, at Molinc, 111., and i-as brought by his parents to the ieneca neighborhood In 1882. That .•as his home till the last 13 years, vhlch he spent here. Ho was the Idest ot five children. His parents .nd two stetcrs are dead; a. brother, Arthur T., lives at Seneca; and a ister, Alico Ketterman, lives at Os- nund, Neb.- Funeral services were held at the Methodist church Sunday afternoon by the Kev. B. L. A'eaver, pastor, and burial was made n the Seneca cemetery, where his )arent« and sisters are 'burled. L'onpln Are 6« Years Wed— Mr. nnrt Mrs. J. P. Frakes recently celebrated their 66th.; Wedding anniversary. They have been married j'ractically the space of a. lifetime. Though towed by years, flioth are able to be about, and Mr. Frakes Is a dally visitor at the postofflce and the local stores. Several of the children came to help them celebrate: R. V. Frakes, Hector, Minn., and his daughter, a Airs. Vance, of Mlnner apolls; Mr. and Mrs. William Frakes, Fairmont;' and Mrs.,8. P. Eckholm, Swea City. Mr: Frakes was a Civil war veteran, and he tako'a part in the annual observance of Memorial day. .crews, are ewton and the Johnson. both employed, Second Town Ticket Filed— . A. second town election ticket has <been filed, called the People's ticket; No one .for mayor Is named, but for councllmen, C, B,' Appleflulst; L. C. Knutson, C. D. Curtis, V. L. Nelson, 1 and Fred 'Peterson are listed. No one for treasurer or assessor was nominated. Legion Post Gives Dance— ,. . Tho local Legion post recently, decided not to give the usual .spring carnival this year, but Instead gave.' a public dance at the Legion hall a few rilghts ago. Rondeau, the "one man band," furnished .the mimic, and a good-sized crowd was "in attendance. • Eastern Star Party Tonight- Invitations have .been sent out for a benefit card party to be given by the Eastern Stars this week .Thursday evening. ;. Other Swea City. The several churches here are preparing the usual Easter programs. The MethodlHU ar.e.J-etieartlnt »i tata, using both 'senior and Jtf choirs.. Mrs. ,Wll!lam, r Thotnso* Mf*A i charge* of the senior choir, and m6t£l"'] J. N. Warner of the junior choir. The Legion Auxiliary had nine ****. resentatives at a county meeting at' Burt last week Tuesday. Bach unit contributed a muSttil 'number to the program, William Thomson and Buell: sang a. duet. The Thursday club met at Walter Smith's one day last A short lesson on Clarence Darrwr and "Who Owns the Air?" was given. by Mrs. J. M. Dye. Esther' «tnttli gave several piano solos; • • Mr. and Mrs. Sanbofn opened ttrtite second grocery store at Armstrong Saturday, with' Mrs. Sanbom l» charge, Mr. Sanborn remaining te charge of the store heret Our first Hatches averaged 83 per pent of all eggs set. We hatch them right and make 'em live. "' Welleridorf Leghorn 1 Algona Snb-nistrlet "Beclam" Held— • In .a sub-district declamatory contest • at Burt Friday night, Swea City had .two contestants, Frances Kuchynka, humorous, • and • Lois James, dramatic'. In'oratorical Phil lip Thorson won first. He wa« from Forest City. Donald Hutchlns, Algona, was second. In' dramatics, Leona Borchardt, Fenton, took first; Helen Kuobler, Lu Verne, second. In humorouH, Darrel Riddle, Burt, won first and Frances Kuchynka, Swea City,., second. Edwin Swanson, Bernice- Smith, an^'MarVel Braley, all from Humboldt, were 'judges.- Llbrary Is Well Patronised— The local librarian, Mrs. Claire Erickson, reports that during December, January, and February, 630 books were 'borrowed from the library. In December there were 125; in January, 295; in February, 210 Fifty new 'books were bought by the library board during the same time and 64 were donated from the Iowa traveling 1 library. B. B. Spread Tomorrow Night— . The local merchants' .association has appointed Bueli Pearson, Henry Myre, Forrest Hanifan, and Torwald Dahl as committee on arrangements for the annual banquet for the -basketball squad. The Methodist Aid will servo In the dining room of the schoolhouse this week Friday night Other arrangements have not been completed." ••• • "' ' ••' Store Improvements Are Begun—• A false front has been erected at the Pehrson store, and 'work has Standard Price List of Koftsuth County Barbers goer into effect March 17 Haircut Ladies shingle Shampoo, Plain 40c 40c 40c spent In quilting. Elvln Carpenter went to Cedar He Rapids Friday to visit friends, returned Sunday. Miss Jones spent 'Saturday and Sunday at Mrs. B. A. Genrich'e at Algona. Mrs. William .Weinberger epent the week-end in Mankato with her hus- b&ncjU MarJorie. Stranahan visited . her parents at Fayette over the week- C. Strand family moved into the Ed Christ house last Thurs- Mettiodist Aid meets this day. The Thursday In the church basement. Mildred Granner spent the weekend In Cedar Frills. Harold Granner spent the we^K end in RenwicK. UNCLE OF ALGONA WOMAN m ^ CRITICALLY ILUI». 0 Lakota, Mar. 8-Mrs. N. B. received, a letter Fritey trow her Half-sister, Mrs. Bdw, StopiJn*, Glenbujrn, N. D., saying that latter'* husband was seriously sjcfc kidney troHtete *a4 to day to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris. . Mr. and Mrs. Art Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rahn and Fredrick Schultz were at Fort Dodge Friday, , Mr. and Mrs. Frank Macunvber, who • have 'been visiting relatives In Northwood, came home Monday. A ;P.-T.-A. meeting will be held this Thursday evening in the. school auditorium. Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt spent the •week-end with her mother, Mrs. John Rath. • W. R. O'Donnell, Jr., and Arthur Priebe went to Decorah Friday afternoon. . ' •Esther Go'dden, who has been ill for the past week, came back to'work Monday. ! . ' Jessie Stebritz went to Sioux'City Monday to take a course in beauty culture. .• : •• • ' The Mite society meets with Mrs. Alex Kreuger this Thursday.' • '• Bernard Genrlch and Kathryn Mae Householder were sick last week. •Four-H club girls met at" Eddie Bierstedt's Saturday. begun on the interior. A front stair- vening during Holy at the Methodist church. , On Good Friday there will be «• pantomime with an illuminated cross by the children. Daughter for Paul, Jensens- Word frpm Racine, Wte. tells of the b|rth of a daughter, Jean Alice, to Mr, and Mrs. iPaul Jensen. Mrs. Jensen was formerly Either Peterson. I Other Lu Vwrne News. The Methodist Missionary society had a lesson on Home Missions in the Family circle last weeH Wednesday at the -parsonage. -Mrs. Alien was leader, and Mrs. Rae Stone, Mrs. Agaard and Mrs, Harry Lichty took part in the program, M,rs, Xiichty sang Home as a, special musical nu.mbpr. The women are preparing a layette to send to the Mercy Center home in Chicago.' Norman Harold is the name of a ne-w §on of Mr. 'and Mrs,. Dick Larimer since March ?. HJJ i$ the first chljd. A toftby gJrl was bbrn a week to Mr. an^ Mi's. ePter »r, an4 L, to- and way will bo built-.to rooms over the store, and new floors and shelving will be built. The Haglund and Pet- Tonic Shampoo - 80c Singe - • Razor Honing 40c 40c Massage Hand ° r Electric 40 Baths Shave 40c 20c Neck shave or clip 15c All tonics - - 20c Out-of-town Galls $1 and up A BIG St. Patrick's Dance, Tltonka, THURSDAY, MARCH 1? Vern Kasak's Entertainers Clarence Phillips will serve HOT H0GS FREE B. W. IShepard, QUALITY ^—' UAND PAINT3 ENAMELS VARNISHES 'STAINS POLISHES CLEANERS AND AUTO A HOUSEHOLD SPECIALTIES If you have some idle money lying around, or even though you have put it in the Post Office and it is drawing you 2 per cent, why not come in and let us show you how you can invest small amounts in FIRST MORTGAGES ON KOSSUTH COUNTY LAND WHICH ARE BETTER THAN GOVERNMENT BONOS t and which will pay you 51 per cent interest? We have applications for the following amounts secured by first mortgage on the farm: We Hfindle DuPont Paint and VarnUhes $2,000 on 160 acres $3,000 on 120 acres $3,000 on 160 acres $4,500 on 160 acres $5,000 on 160 acres $3,000 on 160 acres $2,000 on 160 acres $3,000 on 160 acres $1,500 on 80 acres $2,500 on 160 acres $1,500 on 80 acres $1,000 on 320 acres *T',

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