Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1932 · Page 10
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'"- •^•-" , » *\" ' s ' i?'* t'vA ,**? \ ,'"•}'<- „»!-•$ 't/5^ *""*y ^TTi^ar^flK . . .. .^^^^^^^^^m^t^Jtamm OFFICERS FOR LU VERNE CLUB ARE ELECTED KOSSUTH BETS $21,280 AS PART OF C. & K, W, TAXES Chicago, Apr. 12—Taxes amounting to $675,847.76 were paid in March to county treasurers in Iowa by the Chicago & North-Western railway, approximately 50 per cent of the $1,351.643.77 tolal that will be ALICE DREYER, FENTON, WINS 4-H CONTEST (Continued From Page 1.) County Treasurer' Kruse, of. Kossuth, the first half for the year. cers: president. Laura Engel; vice president, Airs. J. L. Lichty; secre- urer, Mrs". P. C. Lichty. Plans been laid for a party soon to which the men will be Invited. The club the state w«1 amount, to 1929. attending all meeting that year. but one club In 1930 she at- UNION CLUB WILL -1 The *«.581.54 which will be paid to ; tended all but two meetings, and in . : >" S4..13.81, me men win ue iiiviifu. j.ue ^iuu> . ,._ , . . .was entertained Friday at the home j and the Aunty's Port.on will to a of Mrs. Harold Phillips, 17 members! *lB.WS.6o. A oU of S20.319.S4 « 11 and one guest attending. The pro-*° to h ">> maintain the schools . gram was on Iowa, and members re-' the Bounty while citj . and town ' in 1931 will be apportioned 1931 she had a perfect attendance, several ways. Taxes going to she has been a member of the third high count}- bread judging team and a runner-up In health contests. . Ada Schwietert. of the Portland Peppy Pals, had a clever club entry. She has been in club work only In: sponded to roll call by naming state' parks. Mrs. Paul Phillips read a pa-' Township, cemetery •per on Des Moines, and 'Mrs. Irvin will amount to $2.365.91. library, and bond taxes will be $68.33. ELECT OFFICERS WEEK fflOM TODAY Union Twp., Apr. 12—Mesdames Amelia Engstrom and Mame Winkel will be hostesses to the Mothers & Daughters club April 21, and the annual election of officers will take place. Mesdames Mary Sarchett, Ernia Harvey, and Mary Keefe are nominating committee. Program: Famous Mothers, Mrs. Clara Tliomp- Some Inter- two years, but already she had made | Bacon were hostesses. ha.ll, . a real record. In 1930 she was local; estlng ' antiques were shown. Mrs. health champion. She has been clubj Mary Sarchett read a paper, Htgh- Mr. and MM. John K*»»ltaa* W* tertained at dinner Sunday noon, the occasion being their ybuhgest son Dean's sixth birthday anniversary. The guests were Dean's grand* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Casper Kohlhaas. near Livermore, their daughter Dena and son Henry, and the Philip Kohlhaas family, Algona. Other Society. leap; , Mrs p. ,L. Thorpe won high score .. Mrs. I f 01 . women at a benefit party given Helmer BJelland gave Springtime in; bv the Eastern Stars Tuesday even- the Rockies and Tiptoe Through thej ing Mrg . A. H. 'Stock won second, son; music, Howard and Herbert Tulips, and the following poems I clau a e Corey won high -for the Engstrom. The club observed Iowa| were read: Pussywillow, Nature's! men . W- E. Hawcott, second. History day last Thursday, when Firstborn, Mrs. Gingrich; - • • - • Mesdamee Norma Bailey and Cora Ci*»co Club Meeis Mere— The Cresco Mothers & Daughters club met last Thursday at Mrs. Addle Gingrich's,. Algona, 'and the opening song was The Old Oaken Bucket. A talk was given by Mrs. W. I,. Martin on the following subjects: Springtime is tulip time and cheese time In Holland; Iowa's first arbor day in 1SS7; origin of year; happenings 1n April. and-fers. 3* «.' will read a' .ast week Monday evening, j a deleg at e to the state 4-H club s told of' the part" Black Hawk i Governor Dan \V. Turner was the , convention, where she was a mem- played in the early history of Iowa. ' principal speaker _ - ! pianist three years. In 1931 she wasJHghts o f Iowa History. The host- Blrthdny Surprise Party Given- Evelyn Bush was guest of honor | ,,er of the state chorus, also of a i special chorus which broadcast from Other IiH Verne 3fewS. hVOI. She was a member of the Kate Skinner, Irene Soreason. and > county champion at a surprise party given by her j Mrs. F. B. Seeley, Algona, drove to! the county fair in grandmother,' Mrs.- Wieaenberg, last; Montezuma Sunday, where they met week Wednesday evening in honor j Fred Skinner, Springfield, 111., and; of her sixteenth birthday. Guests: Mrs. E. J. Skinner. Mrs. Skinner re-:j were members of the Lutheran! tunned to Algona with them. Shei j had been visiting at the Fred Skin- I ner home for several months. team at choir and other friends numbering 45. Progressive rook was played at j eight tables, and an enjoyable even- I ing spent. Refreshments were served about midnight. The birthday ctike was made by an aunt, Mrs. Wiltgen, of Bode. A large number of gifts were received by the honoree. Agnes Wiltgen. a cousin, celebrated her 17th birthday the same day. T. P. 8. to (five One-Act Comedy— The T. P. S. is giving a two-act comedy, A Perplexing Situation, at the high school gymnasium this Friday evening- at 7:39. Those taking parts are Geo. Tiede, Vera Wegner, Cordelia Tlistau. Sylvia Becker, Lillie Wolfe, Frted;* KnopSj Florence Oberholman, Helen and Edwin Han- aelman, Leroy Hanselman, George Knopf, Fred Hintz, and John Ruger. Admission will be 10 and 20 cents. "Washington Bust Purchased — Members of the three Women's clubs in Lu Verne have purchased a. bust of 'George Washington and will present it to the local school at a patriotic program next week Thursday afternoon. This will be a "Washington bi-centennial program, and the community tend. is invited to at- KPT. C. Memniott to Retire— ' Word has been received by friends of Rev. C. Memmott, former pastor of the Presbyterian c-hurch, that he has resigned the pastorate at Williams and expects to retire. He and Mrs. "Memmott plan on making their home in Kansas City, where they own property. South Cresco Archie McDaniels left Sunday for Alice Wolfe, taking . a nurse's training course at the Lutheran hospital, at Hampton, visited at 'home over the week-end. The Clarence Jurgeasens, Corwith, were guests at the Fred Wolfe home Sunday. . The Junior League enjoyed a party at the Methodist church parlors Friday evening. After playing games the 32 children went to the parsonage, where refreshments were served. Mrs. Lloyd Zentner and Otto Ramus were high score winners at rook at a meeting of the Just-for- Fun club at Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Green's Friday night. •-.The-'Good Will club-will hold, its Atfril 'meeting next week Thursday with Mrs. Henry Blumer 'as hostess, and 'Mrs. Herman Meyers assistant. The monthly meeting of the official board of the Methodist church will be held at C. H. Lichty's next week Tuesday. Mrs. Charles Boyle. Fort Dodgei and a daughter visited the former's mother, Mrs. Harry Von Draska, last week. Helen Kubler, the girl preacher, will preach at the Livermore Methodist church next Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Beckman 'and' son Richard, of Alton, were week- . end guests at Dr. R. L. Corbin's. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty, Lottie | Mason, and C. H. Lichty were Desj Moines visitors Monday. Cora, Masterson spent last week re s ume d work Monday, with her sister, Mrs. Gordon Hib-, Mvg L _ w _ s wanaon entertained a bard, Humboldt. | few women at bridge Saturday even- Mrs. Arthur Trauger, Ames, spent | ing _ Sioux Falls to visit relatives and bring Mrs. McDaniels and the children home after a week there. Mrs. George Stewart entertained George's parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stewart, at dinner Sunday. It was the elder Mrs. Stewart's birthday. Charles LIndhorst, Ames student, came home Saturday, going back Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parks were at Cedar Rapids and Mt. Vernon last week Wednesday to Saturday. The A. D. Lehmans left Monday for Cullom, '111., to attend the funeral of a brother of Mr. Lehman. Mrs. M. de L. Parsons had a quilting bee ' this week Tuesday and served a 5 o'clock dinner lor her daughter, daughter-in-law, and a few friends. Gertrude Norman and 16 pupils gave a program Friday afternoon at school No. 4, the Parsons school. The program subject was Spring. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Runchey and Mrs. W. C. Gardner visited Sunday at Homer Marian's at Cylinder. Mrs. Mulk'ins' condition remains about the same. She has no use of one side of her body, but little. esses served a tray lunch. School Spelling' Test Tomorrow- Governor Dan Turner has Issued a proclamation for schools to observe Friday,. April 15, as. Arbor day. However, the schools of this township will probably observe Ar- •bor day later, as the annual spelling contests will be held Friday afternoon at Good Hope. Mrs. Helen Vogel, Rural Schools day chairman, has announced the first contest for 1:30 p. m. Bakken, with Mrs. W. L. Martin at | Q O( J an( j the Census, 'the organ. Poems, One Joy Is: jj rs- Walter Fraeer entertained : 24. Enough, Mrs. F. L. Zeigler, Spring I wornen a t a St. Thomas Episcopal In the Country, Mrs. F. L. Miller, I Bridge benefit at her home Satur- and When the Birds Go North, Mrs. I day afternoon. The high scores were Oliver Bakken, were read, and When ' -. _ _ _ ... __,. »r—.. Tou and I Were Young.-Maggie, was aung in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Gingrich's 46th wedding anniversary. 1 The next meeting will be with Mrs. B. F. Sparks next week Thursday. Farmers are Sowing Oats— Some farmers have started field work. Some oats are already planted. ' Other Union News Mabel and Alice Wiese, Algona, visited the Dist. No. 4 school laet week Wednesday afternoon. T.he girls were having a vacation and made the trip by walking. • Mabel will complete a normal training course this year. Paul Schenck is recuperating from a severe attack of pneumonia. El- nbra Jacobsen, his nurse, left Friday: '• Florence •; Goetz, Ledyard, employed at the Schencka a'year ago; has returned. Burt Whittemore Ruth Balgeman, Sheffield teacher, G. H. Lockwood, daughters Pearl and Evelyn, Betty Lockwood, and Clarence Mack, all of Hardy, were Sunday guests at W. J. Lockwood's. Clara Schwietert, Dolliver teacher, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Schwietert. The Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifton accompanied 15 young folks to an Epworth League rally at West Bend Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. C.'F. Mann, daugh- Richard Nlver lu Mimic Contest— Richard Niver will play a piano solo in the district music contest at Mason City this Friday at 1:30, and -a clarinet solo at 2:55. In both of these solos he competes with contestants from six other schools. The "winner will go to the final contest at Iowa City later. , her mother, Mrs. i last week with Paul Fechner. I Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson spent ! the week-end at Granger and Des Moines. Dolores Woito had a vacation last week from her school duties at Onawa. Florence Barton has returned to Cornell college after a vacation at home. Mrs. Anna Sankey, of Irvington, who had been at home two weeks, ter Amber, and Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Mann attended the funeral of a relative at Maeon City last Thursday. Mrs. Paul Moore returned last Thursday, after several weeks with Leonard . . , . ._ . Spring,! 'The Presbyterian Missionary socl- Mre. Laurence Olson; Spring In Our ety wl)1 meet next Thursday at 3 p Garden, 'Mrs. Martin; Out Where the Mud Begins, Mrs. X). F. Moore. A violin solo was played by Rena m with Mrs. Ella Donnell, and MI-s. Albert Ogren, who will review the last two chapters of the study,book. Club Takes New Member— Mrs. R, J. Keen entertained her bridge club Monday night at three tables of contract bridge. Mrs. H. W. Pletch won the high' score. Mrs. R. H; Miller, who was elected to membership, takes Mrs. D. R. Steele's place, the Steeles having moved to Sioux City. Other members are: Mesdames M. G. Norton, E. A. Scheme!, S. A. Worsterv T. H. Chrischlltee, J. S. Auner, F. C. Scan- Ian, A. E. Kresensky, J. M. Herbst, H. M. Hauberg, and M. H. Falken- halner. Relatives Snrprhe Algonlan— Mre. A. A. Sterling was taken by surprise Sunday, her iblrthday, when .relatives- from jWebster City arrived. "In 1 * the 'party were her motheri'-Mrs. Samuel Bateman; a sister, Olive iBateman;' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Welch and -four . children ; -Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Buckles and four 'children; a stater, Mre. Carl Fielder; and a niece, Nellie Voulganott. Clnb Party Given for Men— The Plum Creek Social and Literary club gave a men's card party at Florence -Blelch's last week Wednesday night; The next meeting will be at Ruth Davidson's next Wednesday night; Ethel Gardner, assisting hostess. Officers will be elected, won by Mrs. D. P. Smith and Mary Kaln. , '-', The Get-Together bridge club met Monday with Mrs. J. O. Paxson,Mrs. A. L. Peterson won the high score. Mrs. W. B. Quarton and Mrs. K. D. James were guests. The R.'N. A. club will meet next Tuesday at 2:30 p. m.. with Mrs* Arthur Helberg; assisting hostesseSi Me'sdames Yager, Oranzow, Smith, and Forbes. Mrs. G. D. Brundage .and Mrs. Jens Chrlstensen will be hostesses at a First Lutheran Dorcas society meeting at Luther hall tomorrow- afternoon. The Royal Neighbors wlH give .a benefit dance at the I. O. O. F. hall tonight. The Methodist W. F.'M. S. meets' this afternoon with Mrs. F. .L. Thorpe. The W. R, C. will meet at the gion hall next Tuesday night • "&i 7:30. . " f; *YWF^ F -If!7f^P' >! ,4M* *'-K^i 3*,WAt t MB> :-•/. :. iul* 1^*1*1. m, , Now is the tinle,to have your Eavetroughs gone over or have that Plumbing Job Figu re | Prices are Lower W. Miner House Sold. L. Whitney, operator' at the ' Milwaukee depot, has purchased'the •L. A. Miner house on State street, and will probably take possession May 1. ' . WANT-ADS BRING KESUI/TS LAING & MUCKEt AT NELS0H HARDWARE STORE Call 274 for Estimate. !, PLUMBING, HEATING, SPOUTING SHEET METAL WORK ,1 ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS ' WATER SOFTENERS hate a full stock of both Seed and Eating p 0 t. I toes. See BS before yo« buy. 'Peaches, No. io size ____.——— Tomato Juice (No. 2 size) _ Sliced Carrots (No. 2 size) _; ____ ^ Pure Strained Honey, qt.—^-—— Hill Bros. Cpffee __*_—_——— i :J 4-bars Hardwater Castile Soap—_ r Me Medium Size Prunes iDry t)nionW 5 Ibs. .;.^_—. -Shells (for chickens) —— ,F^esh Hamburger, Ib. —-. v Pure Pork Sausage, lb.<__; Beef Boil, 2 Ibs. Pork Roast, 2 Ibs, -______——— : Home tendered JLard/^lbS; __-_;.__ jijjj: y -; ; ! : H. R. SORENSEN CO. 1 , , TOP PRICE FOR FARM RUN EGGS We DCHrer Phones 138-1JI Want Ads ROOM AND BOARD OR alone.—219 N. Hall. . BOARD 9p31 Junior Party Clears $25— The H. S. juniors made $25 at a , benefit rook party last week Tuesday night. There were 19 tables, and Irene Geishecker and Jesse Lindebak won the high scores. Hear Governor at Humboldt— Fifteen from Lu Verne attended a meeting of the Humboldt Brother- C. E. Party Is Enjoyed— | The junior C. E. enjoyed a party at the P. I. Chapman home Friday j spent Saturday at Otto Ramus s. night. Games were played, and lunch was served. Anna Murray and Mre. P. I. Chapman are at the head of the work, which includes children -from 9 to 14 years old. . The Ray Olivers, 't,e Mars, spent I her daughter, Mrs. Sunday at Mrs. Seth B. Cairy's and Schmidt, Corwith. with other local relatives. Mrs.) The Fortnightly club will meet Cairy and Mr. Oliver are sister and j this week Wednesday at Mrs. J. E. brother. | Thoreson's. Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Lillian Heidenwith, Eileen O'Brien, and others again helped gather news for last week's Champion. Rosella, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lakota The Jacob Telcamps spent Sunday with Mrs. Telcamp's mother at the hospital in Algona. J. S. Freark went to Springfield, 111., last week to attend the funeral of a brother. Mrs.. Will Sohroeder and Mrs. Hansen were Algona visitors last Wednesday. Mrs. Harold Pierce, and Pearl Estle were Algona shoppers Friday. William Higgins, was here last week from Sioux City, where she is studying nursing. The, Methodist Aid will meet at •Mrs. L. H. Swanson's this week Thursday. Mrs. Carl Ebert, assisting hostess. visited Woden Mr. last The Irvin Kriegers Krieger's parents at week Wednesday. The Edwin Aliens arrived Monday for a few.-days at G. C. Allen's. They live at Iowa Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hopkins, Wesley, were Sunday visitors at the Rev. J. E. Clifton's. The J. G. Sewlcks took Laura Sewicfc back to her school at Harris Sunday. She lias been re-hired. HOUSE OCCUPIED BY F. F. Barker for rent June 1. 9u31 MUST HAVE WORK AS I HAVE a family.—Inquire Advance. 12p31 MT PIANO FOR SALE, GOOD condition, $25.—G. Ray Smith, 821 E. Elm st. 13p31 WANTED —< JOB FOR ELDERLY couple, or man alone; or as housekeeper.—Inquire Advance. p31 FOR SALE—A FEW NEW spreaders left. New and used wagons and ' boxes, gang plows, 20-wheel disc, one 16-wheel-disc, one 15-ft. disc, spring tooth harrow. Bargains •while they last.—'McEnroe Bros. 35u31 Glorious Spring Fashions At Unequalled Savings SHOES FOR A SMART SPRING i You'll- want to wear them because they are the perfect accepts to a<sma.rt wardrobe. We have taken de- ligft't In iiiaklng this bur'most interesting collection of .shoes, and you will find many pairs to select from, for overy sport, daytime and evening occasion. $4.85 Christensen Bros. Co. SHOE DEPARTMENT Rite-Way Grocery BARGAINS Cash or Eggs — All new goods muslin, 3 yds. 27c »i-.'d muslin, yd. ----- lOc lAft--i. toweling, bleached or (jf*/i:-aohed, yd. --------- 19c Hfei/v cotton flannel gloves ar ______________________ lOc a*.*ri'*i ijirivy work shirts _69c £stv/v ftnirta -------------- 89c fjf -'-jr*ii..-. ----------------- 89c JUA--SV' *''•'* mean hose, spec- glips, silk _99c 5 ilwi iM'iiJvi* -------------- 2&c •f ttui "Bonus grown navy Magic cleaner for woodwork, etc. 25c Old Witch—the new ammonia discovery, double strength. Fine for removing perspiration acids from silk hose. Will not irritate the hands 85o Ever-ready safety razor and blades, shaving cream, 1 i>t. witch hazel, all for —69c 12-qt. galvanized pall, 14 bare laundry soap, 3 bars toilet soap, 1 box sunbrite, 1 ibox Pensol water softener , — 98c full USie <tf S»*e«rf«f, Fre*h Jteatg, Fruit, Vegetables. CATHIHN M. G11EEN 24$ WE DELIVER Build While You Live— Why not buy a lot in the cemetery and then come down here and buy a suitable monument and place on your lot? Tou will have this duty to perform some time, why not now? YOU CAN NOT INVEST YOUR MONEY in anything that will give ,you more worth for your money than in a monument. When you buy a memorial it is there forever, and it will last-forever if you buy it from me. I have the best monument that can be produced and we mean just that. You couldn't buy a better grade of granite anywhere in the world because it just can't be done. Not only that, but we can sell you a monument for less money than you can buy the cheapest, most inferior piece of granite at any place. Now, if you have some money and don't want to put it in the bank, come down here and invest it with me, and I will prove to you that you can get more interest than you can in a gold bond. Remember, memorials perpetuate memory. They stand for all that you have ever been in this world, and if you buy a monument from me and not from some carpetbagger or peddler who is just trying to get your money you are going to be safe and sure you have your last resting place marked with a joy forever. Just a few more weeks before Memorial Day. Come in and make a selection from the greatest ,djisplay f , ever shown west of the Mississippi river. W. H. Godden ORES .leeve trtitoehf! New

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