Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1932 · Page 2
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AbVANCtt. ALQOW SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS THE SEED SEASON IS HEBE AGAIN We have bought a carload of Northrup King & Co.'s field seeds, and have the seeds in our warehouse. Come in and inspect these seeds, let us figure your requirements, and let us have your orders early so we can give you the best seeds while this carload lasts. We carry a great many varieties of both field and garden seeds of the best quality. We will be glad to show you what we have in stock or will gladly get, on short notice, any kinds of seeds which you may want. \Ve have some certified potatoes for seed. Algona Flour & Feed Co. PHONE 257 Friday and Saturday April 15-16 —will be extra bargain days at Neville's Toggery. We are putting all of our long sleeve ladies' silk crepe dresees in one jackpot. There isn't a dress in the bunch that is a month old. They are all new colors and right up to the last minute in style. All sizes to choose from. This is the chance you have been looking for. First come, first served. Your choice $2.69 2 for $5.00 Women's rayon dress hose, per pair Men's semi dress sox, per pair Children's ho.se, extra good ones, per pair Men's overalls (Knockout Brand) Big Cannon towels Girls' rayon bloomers and panties Men's semi-dress pants loc 5c '. lOc „ 59c — Sc lOc ¥1.26 Men's and Boys 9 Dress Shirts Here's one for the men and boys. Broadcloth dress shirts in fancy patterns or solid colors. All sizes for boys from 6 to 14%. For men from 14% to 17. This is the best buy in dress shirts we ever had. Lay in a supply at 59c each or 2 for $1 New Silk Dresses 160 brand new silk dressee for the ladies in the new pastel shades and prints. They are beauties to behold. They are by far the smartest shipment we have ever receivtj. It's hard to believe that we can retail such beautiful dreeses for, your choice $2.95 Our 25c table holds a world of bargains, every one of them a real money saved. L NEVILLE'S TOGGERY IS BAD'S OLD STASD ALGONA, IOWA mm sir JOE BOY IS ORDAINED CATHOLIC PRIEST St. Joe, Apr. 12—In ceremonies at Sioux City Sunday Frank Illg was ordained In the priesthood. Father Illg was born and reared here, and- attending the ceremonies from St. Joe were Mr. and Mrs. Nick N. Thll- ges. Tom Becker, Arthur Illg, 'Fred Illg, the latter's daughter Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zelmet, Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner, and Laorlna Stattelman. Father Illg will read his first Holy Mass at St. Cecelia's church, Algona, this week Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock, and he will read high mass at the ' same hour next Sunday morning at St. Joseph's church here. . , ([ Family Reunion at Kayser's— A family reunion was held at the John Kayser's Sunday, and attending were: Sr. Mary Amalia, Dubuque; Caspar . Kayser, daughter Jullanna, Waseca, Minn.; Mrs. Nick Phillips, Claremont, Minn.; and th'e Fred Digs, the John Thiels, and the Peter Kaysers, all of St. Joe. Henry />met Brother Dies— Word was received one day last week of the death of Peter Ziemet at his home in California. The body was to be taken to Wesley for interment. Mr. Ziemet, who formerly lived here, was a brother of Henry Ziemet Sr. Roads Are Getting Better— The roads have been almost impassable at different sjjots, but they are improving considerably. However, the'embargo has not yet been lifted. ^^___ 3fr«. Thllfeg Home Ayaln— Mrs. Jos. Thilges was brought home Friday from St. Joseph's hoe- pital. Fort Dodge. She is still con- rined to bed, but is improved .' Farmers Be^ln Sprint; Work- Most farmers are now seeding oats, and a lot' of early gardens have been planted. Other St. Jo* News The William Hammers were Sunday dinner gueste of the Harold Skaugstads, west" of Bode. Mr .and Mrs. Bernard Hanlfan, south of Livermore, and Mr. and Mrs. -Howard Raymond, Gilmore City, were there 6AS INHALED BY WOMAN AT WHITTEMORE Whittemore, Apr. 12 — Mrs. Wll- llam Higgins has been sick, and it Is thought that she Inhaled gas,last week Wednesday evening. The son William was heating water on a kerosene stove, i The blaze rose, the stove smoked, and soot was scattered throughout the house. Mr. Miggins, upstairs in bed; smelted the smoke, and on turning on a 'light found the room filled with it and the floor covered with soot. Everything In the house had to be taken out and the furniture, walls, . and floors had to have a thorough cleaning. Then the next evening a blaze started in the roof near the chlm- ney, but It was extinguished with- out'calling the firemen. Walker* at Garner Entertain— Sunday .dinner gueets at Martin Meyer's, Garner, were Martin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. "William .Meyer, with their family; Mrs. Martin Meyer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Struecker, her brother Erwin, his family, Martin's brothers Hugo and Albert Meyers, and eisters, Mrs. Edw. Lieb, Letts Creek, and Mrs. Henry Laucks, West Bend, with their families. Supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heldenwith son Ellsworth, and the George Schultzes. After supper Mr. an<] Mrs. Ferdinand Schultz, Garner formerly Whlttemore, called. The Martin Meyers recently moved to Garner, and Mr. Meyer worke in a creamery there. also. Caspar Kayser, Waseca, Minn., ea? oh* day last dropped an ax. last School Board Elect* Teachers—: At a school board meeting week it wae decided to drop teacher In the grammar grades. Present -indications are that there will be no pupils In the seventh and eighth grades. Teachers reelected were Supt. Rockford, Mary Schiltz, high school, .Miss Linstrum, intermediate grades, Nettie Sanimin, primary. • Miss Hentges, music teacher, did not desire reelection, and Fern Carol, 7th and 8th grades has another position In view. Had the grades she has taught this year not been discontinued she would have been offered reelection. READ THE ADVANCE WANT ADS his daughter Julianna, and Mrs. Nick Phillips, Claremont, Minn., visited relatives and old friends here over Sunday. Xellie Hanlfan, working for Mrs. Dailey, beauty operator at Algona, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. M. Hanifan. Sr. Mary Amalia and Sr. Mary Agustia, Dubuque, visited local relatives and friends over Sunday. The Albert Garmanns, Blue Earth, have been visiting at Albert's sister, Mrs. William Reding'e. John Lynch, who 1ms been in poor health for some time, feels sightly better. Mrs. M. Hanifan, south of Livermore, has moved into the Kellner house. The local first communion class is dated for May S. FOURTEEN NEW'BOOKS ARE ADDED TO TITOHKA LIBRARY Titonka, Apr. 12 — Among new books at the local public library are: Mill on the Flose, George Elliott; Grand Hotel, Grosset & Dunlap; Lucky Lawrence, Kathleen Norris; Waters Under the 'Earth, Martha Ostenso; Sparks Fly Upward, Oliver La Farge; Last Days of Pompeii, Bu'Uver-Lytton; With Malice Toward None; Honore Willsie Morrow; Miss Pinkerton, Mary Roberts Rlnehart; American Beauty, Edna Ferber; Finche's, Fortune, Mayo de la Roche; Martin's Summer, Vickie iBaum; Sunset Pass, Zane Grey; and Mourning Becomes Electra, Eugene O'Neill. Y. P. Society Xameg Officials— The Lutheran Young People's society met last Thursday evening at the St. Paul's Lutheran schoolhouse. Edward Wichtendahl was appointed coach of the boys' team and umpire for the girls' team; George Schultz coach for the girls' team and umpire for the boys. Edward Heller was elected captain for the boys; Eldora Dau for the girls. Five new members joined the society: Leonard and William Meyer, William Roeber, and Elda and Lester Baas. ,T. E. "Walker In Family Reunion— All children of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker were at home Sunday. The Delbert Walkers, Delevan, Minn, the Harold Walkers, Hobarton; the Carl Walkers, Alexander; the Roy Bjustrome, Algona; and the Harold Kueckers, and Harold Walker, Hobarton. Two other sons, Ralph and Lloyd, live with the parents. Som came for dinner; others for supjier The Delbert Walkers were suppe guests of Mrs. Walker'e parents Mr. and Mrs. O. Roupe. Boads Bad Beyond Ennnelgbtirg— The Rev. William Faulstich, St. Paul's (Lutheran pastor here, and the Rev. H.' D. Stahmer, St. John's Fairville church, left last week Tuesday morning to attend a Lutheran conference at Royal, but at .Emmetsburg they telephoned to Royal to find out how the roads h«*d Juat behind tt»« wheh A§n«« l»«MM«er to Vfti— Agnes bahlhatiseri Whittemore, and Anthony F. Waechter, Gllmore City, were called Sunday at St. Michael's church for the first time. Student Sttfse lUwumes Work- Viola Balgernan, student nurse at Chicago, left Friday to resume her duties, after a few weeks at home, nursing an attack "of rheumatism. Mnslc PnpBg Plan Hedtal— iPresentation music pupils are preparing for a eprlng recital, a feature of which will be numbers by a band of young pupils. Other Whlttemore News. Miss "Billy" Gilbertson, Bancroft epent Saturday and Sunday at Car Hansen's. Delores Finnell and another girl, of Rock Falls, visited Saturday and Sunday at Robert Fln- n'ell's. Miss Finnell Is a teacher. Oscar Schattschnelder, working for his Sister, Mrs. Ferdinand Helse Easton, Alinn., spent last week with his parents. He bought a Chevrolet coach from 'Polrot & Schattechnel der. A boy was born, one day last week to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Brien He has been named Denoris James. There Is one other child, a girl. TWO CHILDREN IN SENECA FAMILY SERIOUSLY ILL Seneca, Apr. 12—The John Behrends family suffered misfortunes last week. The son Richard was taken to Bancroft Friday, for an operation for ruptured appendix, and the daughter Leta was sick with pneumonia. Mrs. Ornie Behrends Sr. came to,-care : .for Leta while the parents were at-Bancroft, and she stayed till Sunday. Leta Is gaining slowly, and Richard, who Is being cared for by a nurse, is doing well. To be Swea City Coach- Seneca is again the home of a high school graduate who.hae made good. Armand, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schueller, has been elected athletic coach in the Swea City schools. He wjll complete col- ege at Le Mars this spring. Boys for Seneca Couples— •Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen have had an S-lb. boy since Friday. Mrs. Jennie Jensen is caring for mother and baby. Mr. and Mrs. William Elmers are also parents of a boy, born last Thursday. Ruth Kracht is helping with the housework. To Honor B. B. Players— -'This week Tuesday evening a banquet will be given at the schoolhouse in honor of the high school basketball teams. SAYS: ''SERVE CHEESE a delicious food by itself—or to make other foods taste better"! MILD AMERICAN CHEESE LB. 15° 16-oz. cc «» Brick Cheese >-B. j? c Butter . . LB. 24c GRANDMOTHER'S SLICED OR UNSLICED 16-oz. LOAF UHEEDA BAKER'S PREMIUM Sodas . . ENCORE MACARONI OR Spaghetti . Da MONTE SLICED Pineapple . N ? AZN ^20 C Dwar&es . PM- 18 C _, 5c Head Lettuce 2 for ] 9c Winesap apples 5lb 25c potatoes 31b 25c Try Red Circle coffee for a rich, full-bodied flavor that will give you a delicious, satisfying cup. 25ib With three coffees, each having a distinctive flavor, we cannot fail to suit your taste. All are equal in quality—different in flavor—blended by A & P from the finest coffee beans the world produces. Remember, the coffee you Mce best is the best for you no matter what it costs. THE GREAT ATLANTIC * PACIf 1C TEA.CO. Middle WuUrn Division ElGHT O'CLOCK com, ^ » l O K A R COffU, VIGO80USANO HE GREAT ATUNTIC 8. PACIFIC TEA tOMPANlf • AND MEUOW Ib. Mlddlt Wwt*rn Olvitlon were, and on receiving information that the same were in bad condition they returned. H. S. Loses Ball Game— The Lone Rock high echool baseball squad came down Friday afternoon to play the local high school team, and won, 10-3. Bob Finnell was official umpire; Edward Heller, base umpire. The locals lost five senior players last year, and one of the regulars, Harold Wagner, was unable to play Friday because he had a broken arm. H. S. Dull Schedule Released— The public school baseball schedule for the season has been given out: April' 22, county tournament; May ii, St. John'e', Bancroft there; May 10, Wesley, there; May •• 13, Lone Rock, there; May . 17, St. John's, Bancroft, here. Supt. F. J. Rockford is coach; William Heller, captain. Six Win ut Curd Party- Thirty tables or more .were In play at an Academy card party last week Monday evening. The high 500 scores were won by Mrs. William Miller and Simon Weber; consolation, Eileen O'Brien and Leo Elbert; Robert Finnell and Mrs. J. M. Fleming, high at bridge. Commencement Speaker Chosen — W. R. Hamilton, president of the Hamilton business college, Alason City, will be public high schoo speaker at this year's commencement exercises May 19. The seniors are Esther Behnke, Linda Roeber Lloyd Walker, William Heller, and Martin Wagner. Breaks Arm Crankingr Car- Harold Wagner, high school junior, suffered a broken bone just above the wrist last week Wednesday, when he was kicked by the crank of his brother's Model T Ford He was taken to the McQreery hospital, where the fracture was set. Champion Copies Sold Out — The Champion had 30 extra copies the week following Editor Cairy's death, and every copy except the file copy was sold. A number o: people who wanted copies had to be denied because there were none left Veteran Examined at D. M. — R. H. Ostwald was at Des Moines last week Tuesday for a physical ex amination by government m'edica officials. He has been troubled fo some time with his feet. in Wins In Spelling- Matilda Wagner, 8th grader the public schools, won a local spell ing contest one day last week, ani will represent WWttemore In a con test at Algona soon. Child Suffers Head AVo<jn4— The little daughter of W* 1 - fn Mrs. Jag. Keleo suffered a gash in Other Seneca News. Mrs. Harry Leith and her sister, Fern Campbell, tooth of Knierim, were at C. C. Cooper's recently. Mrs. Leith, formerly Delilah Campbell, was Seneca high school principal in 1924. The C. C. Coopers were dinner guests at William Carney's, Burt, Sunday. Last Thursday Camilla Bollig and Mabel Homan visited the Seneca chools and spent the afternoon with VIre. Jas. Wear. They are graduates of the local school. Mabel spent i-lday at Oscar Patterson's and Monday with Mrs. Jas. Wear. • Mr. arid Mrs. Martin Wilberg had s dinner guests Sunday the Nels Wilbergs, Fenton; the Ole Johanns- sons, near Bancroft; the Henry lOofts, the Linus Jensens, Ralph and Vernon Jensen, and the August Nelson's. Alice Thompson spent last week Wednesday and Thursday with airs. Reuben Lai-Hen, Ringsted, . getting some eewing 1 done. Mrs. Martin Vant spent Monday with Mrs. Jas. Wear, doing quilting. Harold and Lucille, children of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schueller, epent last week-end at Henry Kueck's while their parents took home Mrs. Schueller's father, who had been visiting here. A program will be given by the school children and the Seneca orchestra, Leo Grey, James Wear, and Harence and Raymond Peterson, will furnish music. Martin Thompson and his children entertained the Fred Browns, the Jos. Maddens, the Albin Nelsons, and Hans Wilberg and his-children at dinner Sund'ay. Mrs. William Osborn will entertain the Lutheran Aid April 21. I Four Corners I The Mothers & Daughters club meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Jessie Elmore, and the opening song will be Yankee Doodle, - roll call to be' anevyered with current events. A paper and a poem will be read by Irene Walker and Leo Elmore respectively. Assignment of members to entertain at meetings during the year Is to 'be discussed. A Larkln club met last Thursday with Mrs. Carl Seip, president, and another Larkin club, of which Mrs. Roy Lowman is president, met Friday with Mrs. Chester Robinson, FREE! For a Limited Time Only 4-ounce Tube of INSECT POWD^B With Your Purchase of Waiklus Iilulineiit WatWns (Liniment has 101 uses for man, beast and fowl. It is especially valuable at this season for growing chicks and other fowls. Insect Powder Protects your chicks and other fowl against parasites that sap their vitality. Harmless—safe. Effective in buildings and in gardens. Does not .harm foliage. 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