Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1932 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 5, 1932
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We write all forms of Insurance on Automobiles Dwellings Household Goods FOR BENT Modern house,'near bo's- iness section -1 $22.00 House, partly modern, near business section, $18 Low Rates Quick Service Homes rouging In rent from $25 to 845. We Handle Heal Estate Loans Rentals Notary Public Personal Loans Milch Cow Loans FOR SALE Last dssue of Algona Municipal School Bonds. Homes ranging from $950.00 to $4950.00. 30 acres of A-l land with good buildings. Terms to the right party. Phone DO The Algona Ins. Agency C. R. La Barre 1st door North la. State Bk €V€RYTHING £ How do you like hanging wet clothes in the kitchen £ on a rainy wash-day? Annoying, isn't it? In fact '•* '• wash days are always annoying, and get the house £ and your spirits all in a muddle. If you want to live •\ ; in a modern way Phone 267 and let us do your laun- * ' dry from now on. '^F I Kirsch Laundry. "Goings On" at Varsity- town Plenty going on at this home of town University Styled Clothes, something new . fabric smartness Varsity- Always model originations ... and what values! We can't tell you all about them . . . better come in and see what's going on yourself! $24.50 Other good makes , 15.00 16.50 18.50 22.50 and 35.00 I Zender & Caldwell ALGONA'S NEW CLOTHES SHOP ALGONA IH ALGOHA M P.Y F.S.NORTON</bON 5 " — c~*MraoMj«.r | CA>J -/OOO. WITH -/OUR- .EVES SCHOOLS AT IMMUNE- AN EXHIBIT L,akota,,May 3—The annual public chool exhibit took place 'Friday and here were many "visitors, jt was nterestlrig to note the" progress of he grades in Writing, drawing, poser work, etc. Outstanding exhibits vere: first'grade, rabbits, dogs, etc., cut out of figured prints, and health msters, Lucy Carson teacher; 2nd and 3rd grades, doll carts, gingham logs, calico cats, and seasonal.post- ers, MIse Awe, teacher: 4th and 5th grades, product maps, Dutch scene paintings, and bird . houses, Miss Buxton, teacher; 6th and 7th grades, excellent maps, miniature louses, autobiography booklets, Iowa History booklets, and health posters, Miss Hastings, teacher, Mrs. P. O. Johnson, substitute. T he booklets in the science and mathematics departments showed real skill, and there were excellent, booklets in English, physiology, geography, hle- tory, etc. In domestic science the exhibit of dresses, aprons, dance sets, fancy work, etc., was Interesting. In manual training there were on display book racks, lamps, hall trees, magazine racks, end tables, •bird houses, elc. The maps were especially interesting and well done. Emory Smith, I'earl Estle Wed— Emory, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Smith, and Pearl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Estle, were married at the Methodist parsonage Saturday evening at 7:30, the Rev. F. O. Johnson officiating. Mrs. Johnson sang Oh [Promise Me; Eleanor iockwood, accompanist. Mrs. Johnon aleo played the wedding march. The couple were attended by Odessa Buckels and Homer Altlzer. The ride wore a rose silk dress, and avors consisted of wedding cake In vhite tied with rose ribbon. Only elatives and a few close friends at- ended the ceremony. The newly- veds will live here. Auxiliary at Titonka Hears Poppy Broadcast Titpnka, May 3—Twenty-six metrtV bers and friends of the local Legion Auxiliary unit .met. Friday at Mrs. Jennie Breen's to .hear .a poppy, radio ^broadcast from WOI, \ Ames, sponsored by the Argonne unit, Des Mbines. Musical numbers were given by an Argonne quartet,, arid Poppy .Facts,'by Mrs. J. W. Holden, the unit's president. The local: women tore and sewed carpet rags, and a quilt was completed. A paper on national defense was read. by the Americanism •> chairman, Bonacker. Others attending Vfere Mesdames Martha Peterson, '•• Cleo 2IRVINGTON YOUTHS HOME FROlJOItST ' IrVington, May 3-^Le Roy,' eldest 3 \t lh 6 \ son of ' Mrs - Emma Crouch, and his Mart , c'ouslrii Vernon Crouch, arrived here ! froni" Orldley, Calif., last week Mori_ , _ ' - , | day, after an • absence of eight Nelson, Carrie Bonacker, Sophie months . p ract ically all of the time Be,s6(ilal last Murray,, (JonsldeHng >ihe .ralrfy w fafr'Slzed cro*d attended, and more than ten dollars was taken Aid Cleans Chnreh today— The Aid will meet this week Thursday at the ahhex, and the af- be spent at cleaning ternoon will the church. Other Irtlngton News. Mrs. Emma Crouchi Mrs. Kate Turner, Mrs. H. Skpw, and Grace spent last Thursday at Fort Dodgfci The George Stewarts were Fort Dodge Visitors Saturday. Rtle'y, Waterloo,'recently Conrad), Mayme Wentz, Irene -Peterson, Mary Young, iLaura Sarisen, Esther Breen, Eva .Peterson, Mary Sartor,,Galena Zwelfei, Olive Bruns, Camilla Cooper, Sadie Denton, Esther' Asklris, 'Nellie' Nelson, 'Inez Wolf, and Mesdames Emma Heifner, Mayme Peterson, Mary Rleb- samen, Lilly Wood, Mary Oesterreicher t < and Merle Larson. Group pictures were taken, and of the two Gold 'Star mothers, Mrs. fireen and Mrs. Heifner. Orchestra, Quartet at Festival— ' Tltbhka was represented in the concert at Algona Saturday by ino orchestra and the mixed miarcet. Students In the orchestra are: vio- ]) n J_Vlola (Rike, Wilbur Schram and (Fern Krantz; saxophones, Cllffoi-d Krantz, Harley Larson, Betty Budlong; cornet—Arthur Askin, Raymond Heifner; Mildred Krantz, Evelyn Schultz. Students In the mixed quartet are Edith Reynolds, Raymond Heifner, Wilbur Schvam, and Helen Beed. Last Thursday afternoon the orchestra and the quarte-t drove to Algona to practice for the concert, and also drove thare 'Saturday afternoon for a final practice. 'May 28 to be Poppy Day- Saturday, May 28, will be Poppy \«wn Club Studies Trees- Mrs. Stephen Powers wag hostess o the Acorn club last Thursday. Af- er a business meeting, at which he vice president, Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht, presided, a program was given: roll call, favorite trees; The Mahogany Tree, Mrs. Leona Heet- and; The Banana Tree, Mrs. Jennie Gutknecht; The Ebony Tree, Mrs. lulia Wortman; The Banyan Tree, Mrs. Margaret Powers. Two other numbers were not given because of the absence of Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Elaine Johnson. The next meeting will be held the evening of May 12 at the home of Emma and Louise Thaves. Former Lnkotan to Shanghai— Dr. and Mrs. Burr Dalton were dinner guests of the W. E. Leys one day last week. Burr, who is a son of the late Guy Dalton, was born here. He is a graduate physician and had been taking interne work in a navy hospital at Brooklyn, New York, but has been transferred to day in Kossuth. Everyone is asked to wear a bright red poppy in honor of Americans who gave their lives in the World war. Poppies will be sold throughout the.county by Auxiliary women, and the proceeds will go to the relief and rehabilitation funds of the Auxiliary. This sale Is a. part of a nation-wide observance the Saturday before Memorial day. More than ten million paper replica of the poppies of Flanders fields will be sold on the streets of practically every city and town in the country. Thousands of disabled veterans have been working many weeks to rriake the flowers. County Federation Here Tuesday— The county federation of women's clubs will meet here this week Tuesday at the Methodist church. A covered-dish lunch will be served at noon. A business meeting is scheduled for 10:30 a. m., and a citizenship school will *be conducted by Mrs. Clayton Phillips, Livermore. Music will be 'furnished/by the Lu Verne and Titonka clubs, two short plays will be -presented by Fenton and Titonka, and a book review will they were in California they were employed on a ranch owned and. operated by Mrs. A. D. Oridley, near Grldley. The' ranch consists of 1,000 acres on v which .range more than 500 cattle. Eighty cows are milked night and morning, and during their etay Le Roy andiVernon helped with the milking. "Mrs. Orldley also owns rice fields, the: seeding of which is done from a plane. The trip home was made by Car Jn>a little less than a Week. The 'boys found Denver .in the. grip of a snowstorm, and traffic was blocked when they arrived. Large Attendance at Church— A large, congregation attended church Sunday. The Rev. English was still unable to .preach, but a song service wae held, and Lester Wilson, Algona, repeated the 13th chapter of 1st Corinthians, and also gave a reading, "Brotherhood." A special number was a duet by Mrs, William Boldridge and her daughter Albertha, and a surprise number has been arranged'for next Sunday. One hundred and nine persons attended Sunday school/ If the Rev. Mi- English is able, parents wishing to •have children baptized, or anyone wishing to unite with the .church may do so next Sunday. The communion service, has been postponed. Mllford spent .,,> a few "days here. Irene Ramus, of Lu Verne, is spending a few days at her grandmother 'Mrs. Charles Sankey's. Mr. and Mrs. Seward Thornton were at Livermore : Suhday. Merrill Parsons, employed at the Henry Weber farm, near Corwlthj and'Eu- nice Thompson spent Sunday at the Morris Parson home. The T. E. Wtckwires and the Earl Millers were Sunday dinner guests at the J. M. Cox home. Mrs, -Stella Sabin, Algona, returned Saturday from Minneapolis, where she and her sister, -Mrs. F. D. Solomon S.pencer, had spent several days with another.sister, Mrs. John Beattie. The Harry Sabins visited Mrs. Sabin Sunday. Mrs. John Frankl and Mrs." Geo. W. Godfrey spent last week Wednesday at Ames. Mrs. Frankl plans to spend Mother's day with her daughter Delia, student at Iowa Falls. Mrs. Charles AVinandy and her Infant eon left for their home at Chicago, Sunday, after three weeks at John Simon's. • . Audrey Fry has been sick with the flu, and Mrs. Austin Summers has been having alnus trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole were •business visitors at Des Moines Saturday. Mre. David Blythe spent a few ays last week at A. J. Schlchtl's. lit hear the'CHftllen the 'Cross, presented by d dozen young people from Bend Methodist church. It e*cited much favorable comment, was entertained at, the' parsonage by Mrs. Wood . class df.'young people 1 'at ft covered- dteh luncheon; ' The occasion was bhe'of Inspiration/ « Qther Good Hope. 'A dinner served by 1 ,the Good^Hope men l»st Thursday evening -\vns highly successful. A menu of Swiss steak, mashed potatoes, baked beam* •home-made rolls, pickles, pumpkin pie, and coffee seemed to satisfy, 160 guests.''Among the number waa- A large group of Algona, folks', whos patronage was highly Appreciated. The Rev. and Mra. J. E. Clifton £Mdther-s aay will ,] :e a, OFqod Hope seivlce O f Sunday. The recentln,, n T W6«,Into the church, the of baptism, and other 'res. will characterize t ,ie JUllA Bourne, Des Moln> .urned to her work after a Burt, accompanied the Rev. and Mrs.'Allen Wood to JL.U Verne Ah I week Tuesday for a monthly meet ing 1 of the Methodist preachers ,'o •the Algona sub-district. The groti' was entertained by the,Rev. ,an Mrs. William Baddeley, of the " L Verne, church. ' ' Mra. Tom Reid got home Satur jSlehdale, Cf several month., - Illness of het- ago IOWA MASTER EOI1 feature of the annual J press ebnvention, which this "year at Cedar lUi,icl s "week] before last, was the awanl ot title, ot "master publisher- to « fbwa editors, Harvey i, 1R i, ' Molnea; J. F. ara. W c. so??' old publisher of the Inrtenende Waverly, Dr. C. H. Cretzniever home town; and E. E. Tav\or' eran editor of the Traer star'j per, which for 40 years or mor been'perhaps the best known i town weekly in the world. ham, Who hae been In Arizona 1 California, did not attend th», veritton. e ' China, and will have headquarters at Shanghai, driving to With his wife he was Los Angeles. Burr was married at Minneapolis just before going to New York. Mrs. Clara Dalton, 'hie mother, is still at Brooklyn, but may decide to come back to Iowa and live at Algona. be given by Mrs. L. D. Prewitt, Forest City. The program will b'e followed with a report by a resolutions committee. Farm Bureau llonrd Meets— The executive board of the county 'Farm Bureau met at J. H. Warburton's Saturday evening; present: Geo. W. Godfrey, County Agent Morrison, Muriel Body, H. D. A., M. P. Christiansen, and Paul Leaver- eon, Algona, Edward Droeesler, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dlttmer, of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Johnson, Swea City, and Tom Berg, Elmore. Topics for discussion were membership, farm loans, and reports of county agent and H. D. A. Plans were laid to combine the annual Farm Bureau picnic and the 4-H girls' Rally day in June. Injured Teacher llesiimcs AVork— Miss Awe came to resume her school work one day last week. She is still lame and weak from her automobile accident of two weeks.ago. Audrey Hastings, the other teacher, is still in a hospital at Iowa Falls, but is recovering though slowly. Tllonkim In Spelling Tilt- Betty Budlong, winner of the spelling bee here, took part in the county contest at Algona Saturday. Betty is 12 years old, ?n the sevenr.h grade, and oldest daughter of Mr. Ray Budlong. She won over 11 students picked from the grades as the best spellers after a content. They were Maxine Peterson- -i'th, Fern Oesterreicher, 5th, Dorothy, Budlong, 6th, Arnold Brandt,' 7th, Alice Brandt, 6th, Lucille Peterson, 6th, Patricia Ball, 5th, Louise Sachau, 6th, Edna Ites, Sth, Anna Grace Blakely, 7th, and Lela Zweifel, 7th. BordwcM Still at Hospital— Mrs. William Bordwell, Uvermore,' and her sister, Mre. Sarah Gash, of Minneapolis, . visited Sunday at Douglas Riley's. ,Mr. Bordwell, who was taken to the Kossuth hospital, following the breaking of an arm, is still a patient there. 'He suffered the accident while he was cranking his car. A bone was badly crushed and splintered, and it is not healing as rapidly as broken bones usually do. )l<ltline Boys .Here Recalled— Ross Robieon, Kalispell, Mont., writes that he was recently surprised with a visit by William and Ray Lloyd, sons of the 'late Mr. and Mrs J. T. Lloyd, who formerly owned anc occupied the farm now owned bj Frank Ditsworth. William and Roy remembered by many here as smal boys, are now middle-aged men living 40 or. 50 miles from Kalispell. 95 of »7 Eg'gg Hatch— The Wellendorf Hatchery at Al gona recently took off a hatch which Loyd Wellendorf, owner and man ager, said was a record-breakei Out of 97 fertile eggs, 95 hatched The eggs were from a black Jersey lant flock belonging to M. L ioney here. CYCLONE DAVIS, SPEAKER , HERE IN '96. CANDIDATE The Emmetsburg Democrat reports that "Cyclone" Davis is a can- lldate for congress in the Dallas, Tex., district, and Editor W. I. Branagan recalls that in the hotly contested McKInley-Bryan gold standard vs. free silver campaign of 1SB6 Mr. Davis spoke eloquently before an immense audience at Al- ;ona. Presumably he is a democrat ind ,in the 1896 campaign spoke for Bryan and free silver. Former Pastor Calls Mere— The Rev. Mr. Batchelor, of Milford, and his family were here last week Wednesday en route to Rake to spend the day with a brother of Mrs. Batchelor. Mr. Batchelor is a former Methodist pastor here. You can depend upon Norton's. Our reputation backs every transaction and you must be satisfied. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 2X9 "The Yard That Saves and Satisfies." Other Lakota News. Harry Wright, Algona, wae call- Ing on friends here last week Wednesday. He is out for districl court clerk. Harry was born ai Ledyard when his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wright, ran a store and the postoffice there. Mesdames J. E. Telcamp, N. E Noble, -P. G, Torine, A. Helmers, and J. H. Warburton were Algona visitors last week Wednesday. Mrs. Tel- camp called on her mother at the Kossuth hospital. Harry Mussman went to Sheffield last week Sunday and 'brought home his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mussman, who had spent two weeks with their daughter, Mrs. L. D. Dow. Pupils in the 6th and 7th grades neither absent or tardy for six weeks had a party in the gymnasium last week Tuesday after school. The A. Q. Smiths and the Otto Koppens went to Mason City Sunday to visit Mr. 'Smith's niece, Mrs. Bunton, who Is critically sick. . The Rev. Mr. Boese and his family have returned from Wisconsin, where they visited Mre. Boese's father, who was seriously ill. The girls' Ki-Ki-Ki club went for a hike and had a wiener roast last week Wednesday afternoon. Miss Lockwood is leader. The Rev. and Mre. P. O. Johnson attended a county music festival, at Algona Saturday evening. Jerry Ukena has bought the house owned by James Altwegg, and will move Into it soon. Miss Minnie Griffith, of Wisconsin, Is visiting her niece, Mrs. C. C. Freeark. Tltonka Loses Hasolmll Final— Fenton defeated Tltonka in .the final championship tournament at •Burl Friday afternoon. Titonka is champion of the east half of Kossuth county, and Fenton, winner o: the west half tourney. The --core was 9-5 in favor of Fenton. Among those from here who attended were Mrs. Carl F. Callies, Lois Heifner Helen Beed, Elsie Kuchenreuther Mildred and 'Fevn Krantz, DonaW Cosgrove, Herman Rygea-t, Doi-i Stott, E. O. Slack and r.on Nei and Supt. Hoon. Luther League dives Program— A public program was given Fr: day evening by the local Luthe League. Following musical num bers, "School District No. 3," a com edy, waa presented; then a playle Pete and the (Peddler. No admission was charged, but a silver offering was given, Mrs. Godfergon Again Stricken— Grandma Godferson, who celebrated her 8*th birthday a few weeks ago, and who hae been bedridden more than ten years, following a 'rank Miller Jfearly Well- Mr, and Mrs. Frank Miller wer unday afternoon callers at th iussell Fry's. Mr. Miller, who wa ritically sick a few weeks ago, ] FLOWERS The - Perfect - Tribute - (o - Mother FLYING BELT SERIOUSLY WOUNDS WHITTEMORE MAN Whittemore, May 2^-Will Gade, son of Mr. and Mrs, Herman Gade, northwest of town, suffered painful and serious injuries while sawing wood last week Tuesday. A belt flew off a pulley, striking him about the head and face, cutting, off, the lobe of an ear, a big gash in his chin, and causing other serious injuries. Doctor McCreery was called, and Mr. Gade is recovering. HAVE YOU EVER HEARD SUCH •prices? Gamble's 100% pure Pennsylvania Oil, 10 qts. 98c—5 gal. which is returnable. Starts May 7. $1.95. Small charge for container 27-34 WANT-ADS IIBING KESULTS Mother's Day Sunday, May Sth • Not alone because they are nature's perfect gift — but more because of your thoughtfulness, a tribute of flowers to her on Sunday', Ma^ Sth, will thrill your Mother with joy un- describable. . Here Are a Few Suggestions: Cutflowers Roses from —— $2.50 to $3.50 per dozen Snap Dragons —— ——'$1.50, $2.00, $2.50 per dozen Carnations _ • •____-_-—_ .$2.00 per dozen Sweet Peas .-— .___- $1.00 per bunch Tulips :-—-.— $1-50 per dozen Calendulas __i.____75c and $1.00 per dozen Boxes of Assorted Spring. Flowers ,~ $1.00 and up Plants Pelargoniums -— 75c aid UP . Calceolarias ' '—•_.-._: ...75c and up Rose Plants :«•—---—• S 1 - 25 an(1 W Hydrangeas - —— $1-25 and up Combination pots and boxes of assorted bedding plants ._ -_ _..i_.__... $1.00 and up AVhether you choose fresh, delightful cut flowers, or one of our sturdy plants you will find our stock is of the finest. They offer a two-fold enjoyment—yours upon giving, hers upon receiving. Algona Greenhouses Phone 805 stroke, suffered another stroke Saturday, but is reported Improved. Cafe Manpger Has Flu- John Wilson, of the Wilson Cafe, was taken sick last week Wednesday, and has since been confined to his home with the flu. His mother, of Algona, has been helping care for him and assisting at the cafe, Junior Legion Nine Planned— L. M. Merrltt, Algona undertaker, was here last week Wednesday. He is county manager of (Legion junior ball teams and was lining up a Titonka team. of has Feuton County Champ. Burt, May 3—Fenton west half champion, won the annual Koesuth inter-high school baseball tournament here from Titonka, east half champion, last week Tuesday, 9-5. The Burt team played the parochial nine. Bancroft, Friday, loping 11-1. Other Titonka News. Dr. Maye Budlong, daughter Mrs. Prances Budlong, who been employed In Waterloo the las few years, returned home last week end for an extended visit,; while he: office on the weet side of.Waterloi is being remodeled. She is moving to the east side. She will return t Waterloo next Sunday. Nathanlal Walsh, local Register Tribune representative, was a busl ness caller a-t' Brltt last week Tues day. Ruth, daughter of Rev. and Mri L. G. Gartner, formerly here, has been a guest at the Chester' Lamor eux 'home during the last few day Estelle Bonacker, who recentl toad several teeth pulled, has b eick, tout Is rapi.dly recovering. The Ben Guetafsons, Mason City were at W. J. Penton'0 last wee Wednesday. Emma Krueger has been confinec to her ' Mrs. is 46th Anniversary Sale oi Footwear A Record Event in Savings, ?few, Quality, Low Price— : Are the Watchwords of Our Great Storewide 46th Anniversary Sale. Smart Footwear for Women, Misses, and Children. Free! Free! During Our 4ttth Anniversary Sale a pair of Goeders' Special Full-Fashioned Silk Hose, choice of sheer service or chiffon. Silk Hosiery Free! With each pair of footwear purchased at $6 or more. House Slipper* pf finest kid, with kid covered heels and hand turned leather soles. Black, red, green, blue $1.95 Simplex Flexiei and high grade line of children's slippers and oxfords, are on sale at prices much lower than usual. (The best,) Footwear Fashions ' that lead the style procession from dawn till the wee small hours. Everybody's talking about them and everybody is wearing them. $5 Fashionable Ultra fashionable immpg In white buck or piggkin; also newest modes In smart sandals. $6 Sandals, pumps, ties in perforated leathers and mesh cloth, whites and colors. Unusual our $5 and $6 lines—style and great are these pumps and slippers from values. 13 Smart Stylet in this group ot fine pumps, sandals, and ties, including many Jetticka. 14 Serviceable and good-looking are these straps and sandals for children, sizes 4 to 2. Beach Sandali in clever sport styles and combinations for women children, $1.25 and The GOEDERS

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