Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1932 · Page 2
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V. v T is GRUEN fi^H ••*fo r QraauaUott That day of days—it will mean so much more if remembered with a Gruen. But pride of o\\Tiership is only part of the satisfaction our Gruen Guild watches \live. These celebrated timepieces have earned their reputation through their accuracy, their fine dependability—their honest worth. Come in— see the fine styles we're showing at new low prices —$25 upwards. P»nl Revere, a Jine 15- jcml GRUEN, n stalwart ilrsign, tuggeilirtg !Ac early American spirit 737.50 Gruen ... a bcah- li/ul dteign with matching link lirar.elft, 15 jewels $21.60 Graen Carti ... an liwtual time- mcce lor vcmtlfi mm and women. Springt open at the tmieli of a button. Carry it in the puree or vie at a practical depk, boudoir or Irani- ing clock. Finished in coin gold, tacqturcd, or leather caeee, J45 up. A. H. Borchardf, Algona I1ICIL1 STORES! YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME FRIDAY AM) SATURDAY SPECIALS PEAMJT BUTTER— Superb, quart jar QUEEX OLIVES Superb, quart jar TOMATO CATSUP— 2 large 14 oz. bottles FIG BARS— Fresh baked, pound lOc CAFE SODAS— 2 pound caddy PA1VCAKE FLOUR— Robb-Ross, 1 7 large bag I I MornliiK 1 IJglit HOMINY Large No. 2% can 25c Ever Green CORN Large No. 2 can. KRAFT OLD FASHIONED SALAD SPREA Red Ripe TOMATOES Large No. 2% can per can 10c PINT JAR 19c ROLLED OATS 90 Lb. bag $1.S9 4 Q^ 4 Lb. bag I OC LARGE FANCY NAVY BEANS POUNDS 15c RICE— 4 POUNDS CHEESE, POUND—. 15c BEAT-EM-SOAP 10 BARS i HASKLSS HARD WAT- I GOLD DUSTER CASTILE. _ 9C«* I Large , 4 g- 5 bars Free ipackage A carnival baloon with the purchase of 2 cartons Morton's Salt— 17c rnrr 2 giant bars tllCC of P & G Soap with a large package of OXYDOL all for 21 c A small package of Chipso with the purchase of a large package of CHIPSO AH for ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^«^^^^^ — FEHTON ENDS SCHOOL YEAR wmmcNic Fehton, May 16—The customary community picnic was held at the schoolhouse Friday, the last day of school. The program started at 9:30 with a kittenball game between the Methodist Sunday school and the high school teams. After this "F" letters for achievement In outside activities Were awarded. A traveling baseball trophy was presented by the Algona Community club. Lunch; was served cafeteria style at noon, and at 1:30 races of different kinds took place till 3, when a'.baseball .game was played by the members of the senior class and the other high school students. The seniors won 12-11. An exhibit of school work of all grades was on display, and Included work in manual training and home economics. Woman's CIiil) Has Meeting— The AA'oman's club held Its regular monthly meeting last week Tuesday afternoon at Elmer AVeisbrod's, with Mrs. AA r . P. Weisbrod assistant hostess. The program follows: music, June AVeisbrod; .roll, The House AVhere I AA'as Born; character Building in the Home, Mrs. E. AA 7 . Ruske; Importance of Leisure in 'Family 'Life, "Mrs. AV. J. AVeis- brod; Cornerstones of the Successful American Home, Mrs. J. A. Schwartz; selected poem, Mrs. Elmer AA'eisbrod; music, Isabel AVeis- brod. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Carl Kern and Mrs. Melvin Mandsager were guests of the club. See College Baseball Game— Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod drove to Decorah Friday to visit their nephew. Stanley Munch, and to attend a ball game between Luther college and Michigan state normal. The AA'eisbrods visited at the Chas. 'Schemmel home at'Calmar till Monday. They were accompanied by Susan Goeders as far as Charles City, who visited her sister, Mrs. Edward Gohr. Little Girl Has Pneumonia— Donna Mae Shott, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A'alley Shott, has been ill with bronchial pneumonia since last week. Mrs. Shott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. AV. Holdron, came Sunday evening, and Mrs. Shott and baby returned with them to their home at Algona, where it was thought 'better care could be given the baby. ' Vt ' r ~ S »ll ,V Five to Be at Whittemore Whittemore,'May i 1 ?—High echooi will 'be commencement held this week exercises Thursday evening at the academy hall at 8 o'clocki The program follows:« Waltz of Flower's, and Boosting Our Old High School, chorus of Eight High school pupils; salutatory, William Heller-; valedictory, Esther (Behnke; address, AV. R. Hamilton, Mason City; presentation of diplomas, Supt. F. J. Rockford; accompanist, Mrs. J. M< Fleming. The high school . has ft graduating" class of only f Ive , this year, Lloyd AValker, Martin AVag- er, William Heller, Linda Roeber, nd Esther Behnke. oriuer Whlttciiiore Youth l>les— .Loy A. McGovern, 39, son of the Fi J. McGoverns of Clear. Lake, for- lerly of AVhlttemore, died - at the eterans' hospital at Milwaukee, A'is., May 2, after an Illness of a umber of years, . _. : Mr. .McGovern was corporal in ompany C of 214th engineers In the A'orld war. He had passed an ex- mlnation for lieutenant and was in Ine for promotion when the Armis- ice was signed. He spent his early ioyhood with his parents at Whlt- emore, and .attended; Notre Dame university from which he received a aw degree. Poor health kept him rom practicing. Burial was made t his request in the National Home cemetery at 'Milwaukee. He Is urvived by 'his parents, Clear Lake, and Alice McGovern and Mrs. L. Crowley, both of Milwaukee. LttemI .John Erne Funeral— Those from a distance at the ohn Erue funeral are Mrs. Mark 'ope and sons Orville and Milo, and Irs. . AValter Rogers and Harry Erue, of Mlllersburg; John Dullard, Margaret, Mary, and Alice, and -Mr. rnd Mrs. Walter DuHard, West Unon; Mrs. Anna Dorweiler, .Mankato, ifln'n.; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph'Oliver, Villlsca; Mr. and'Mrs. R. W. Oliver, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Cletue Oliver, •Jmmetsburg; and John and Mary O'Brien, of Stuart. Carl Kern looses Sister—• Carl Kern left last Wednesday morning for Tipton on word of the death of his sister, Mrs. Matilda Herbst. Mrs. Herbst was 5S years old, and had been ill for over a year. Funeral services —were held last Thursday. Mrs. John Meyer Dies— Mrs. John Meyer died Friday afternoon at her home west of town ol cancer. Funeral services were nek" Monday afternoon, the Rev. H. R Schmidt, of Fredericksburg, officiating. Einrorf.li League Holds Social— The Epworth League held a socia in the Methodist church basemen Friday evening. Games were played and refreshments served. Coming' Marriage Is Announced— Announcement was made Sunday it St. Michael's Catholic church of the approaching'marriage of Mary D. Schilz, of Fort Dodge, local high school teacher, and James Geelan, of Ruthven. Miss Schilz taught in the local high school for seven years. 'She taught history, English, ind algebra. James Geelan works n the H. AA r . Geelan store here. Henry iteckcr Hurled Here— Funeral services were held Monday at Nakota, Minn., for Henry Becker, formerly of Whittemore. Burial was made Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the local Catholic cemetery. Pallbearers were Peter Elbert, Theodore Elbert, Peter Kollasch, Mr. Felder, Mr. Loebach, arid Mr. Dahlhauser. Principal Not to Return— Verena M. Hentges, high school teacher and principal, leaves the latter part of this week for her home in Michigan, N, D. She taught commercial arithmetic, latin I, geometry, and music. She does not expect to return here next year as some of her subjects will not be taught. IH ALGOHA » HURRAV4! 1VC LOST TWO, POUWDS - IT TOO* SUREtV S3? BCMP FORWARD, TOUCHUJ6- ^—•*•-*- •MMGWtTlP.S tb FLOOR-OMf OO| # •- F. S. Norton & Son Phone "The Yard That Saves and Satisfies." Other Fenton News. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Kyhl enter tained Sunday evening. Presen were Mr. and Mrs. Charles 'Farai and daughter Bernice, Cleav Lake Robert Turk, Mason City, Mr. and Mre. L. M. Huldorff, and Mr. anc Mrs. J. A. Furtney, Ceylon. Elli Kyhl, who spent last week with h^ parents, returned to her work a Mason City with the Farans. Mrs. W. R. AVolfe and Mrs. G. AV Newel entertained at the AVolf home last week Wednesday after noon. Bridge was played at seve tables. High score was won by Mrs F. J. Weisbrod, and low by Mrs, Henry Schulte. A two-course lunch eon wae served at the close of th Play. Mr. and Mrs. John Bollinger entertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Behrnard and daughter Marlon and son Wesley, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weisbrod, Mrs. Ursula Weisbrod, Mrs. Mary Kohlstedt, Mr. and Mi-e. Edw. Brass, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Weisbrod and sons. The Rev. and Mrs. H. R. Schmidt, of Fredericksburg, came Monday and visited till Tuesday at L, J. Weisbrod's, and with other Fenton friends. The Rev. Mr, Schmidt was pastor here 15 years ago. The Rev, and Mrs. Snyder took their eon Warren to Mallard Friday and were met by Mrs. Snyder's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Loss. Warren returned to Lake City for a few weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Green, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stumbo, Lu Verne, and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ditsworth and sons, Bancroft, were guests at Earl Dean's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. 'McFall and daughter Francis, Cedar Rapids, came last Thursday and visited iSunday with Mr. McFall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McFall. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Witter and daughter Joan, of Des Molnes, came .'Saturday and visited till Sunday with Mrs.. Witter'e parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp. The Methodist Aid will meet this Friday afternoon at the church, with Mesdames Wilbert Huldorff, Eteie Johnson, Philip Weisbrod, and C. G. Humphrey hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber moved Monday from the rooms over the harness shop into the George Bley cottage recently vacated by the Herman Bohns. The Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder and daughter Phyllis, and the Rev. Eugene Palmer were guests at W. E. Stober's Sunday. Mrs. F. H. Eigler'and daughter Mary Jane were guests at S. J. Stehle's at Algona Saturday. Francis Bailey and Viola Light, teachers at CBrltt, spent the weekend at home. The Marcus Lindsey family spent the week-end at Jeese O'Keefe's at Ledyard. .Edw. Sculley, of Fort Dodge, formerly of Seneca, visited here Sunday. Mrs. HIg'g'ens Loses Mother— Mrs. Will Higgins, of Whittemore mother, Mrs. Joe Bifcl&y, who died at llie home of a daughter, Mrs, Glen Lewis, at t'ortlahd, Ore., May *• Mrs. Bigley was 84 years old. She was well kno\vn here, and lived ftt Graettlhger till a fe\v v years afefb. Moiitmin Woman In Visit- Mrs. Fitzpatrick, Billings, Mont., who has been visiting at Tltana, llli, for some time, vlelted last Week with local relatives and friends. From here she Intends to go 'to Nebraska and then back to Montana. I)r. AV. W. Boweii Is Honored— Dr.-Wi W. Bowen, of Fort Dodge, formerly of Whittemore,, was elected president of the state medical society recently. Doctor liowen Is the second doctor In Fort Dodge to hold that office. Sen Mrs Miike Cunsiir Mementoes— Seniors, who studied' Caesar this year gathered pictures pertaining to Caesar's life, and .Martin Wagner made a shield, and',William Heller, and'Lloyd Walker a' chariot. Xcw Milwaukee HflUg Lriid— The railroad steel gang came to town last week, and the crew of 25 was put to work taking out old rails, and 200 men'followed, putting in new ones. Other Whittemore News. Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz, sone Charles and Norman, and Mrs. Henry Kuecker drove to Fort D.odge Sunday, afternoon to visit at the Emma Phillips home, but Mrs. Phillips was not home. On their'return they, stopped at the W. G. Wilson's, West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker and son Lloyd drove to Delevan, Minn., Saturday, and -returned -Sunday. They, visited at Delbert Walker's. Welbert • Is - a, son . of .Mr., and ' Mrs. J. E. Walker. Mr. and Miw. Henry Kueck,. Lone Rock, came Sunday to visit at Ar- ,thur Heldenwith's, .but the Heidem withs were at Lu Verne attending a Y. P. S. kittenball game. Mrs. Anna Dorweller,. of Mankato, Minn., visited Sunday at Henry Schultz'ts. Mrs...Dor\veilev also" attended the John Eriie funeral last week Wednesday. Whittemore high school- pupils took semester exams Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Wednesday afternoon was class day. The Methodist Aid will meet with Mrs. Morris Mallory this Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Robert 'Finnell and Mrs. Ray Carlisle will assist. The Albert Behnkes were hosts to mail carriers from (Burt, Lone Rock, Algona, "Lu Verne, and *Whittemore last week Monday. Mrs. William Rusch Jr., Miss Carroll, 'Bernice Balgeman, and William 'Heller drove to Algona Saturday to do shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Christ Meyer and son Walter were Sunday guests at John Geitzenauer's, Lotts Creek. The Peter Heldt family is moving from Algona to the Mrs. Henry B. Meyer residence here. The Fairville boys' kittenball team will play the locals next Sunday on the local diamond. The Mallard ball team lost to Whittemore 7-0 on the local diamond Sunday. Mi-, and Mrs. John Meine were Sunday guests at Arthur Palmer's, Sh lfin^ 6 **^ Wj fieri tdoSai in cftfingf *of rtbtn^ an* The JEd ttnderdahls were visitor* at James' McCOfmlck'S at/Cleaf ike last week Sunday* • ' The George Rlndefknechtt* of Rlngsted, were visitors at E, H. Avorley's Sundfty< ' . Mrs, Eart Brabatl and Rbgef went to Lime Springs Tuesday,' returning Thursday. ,A 9-lb. "boy was born to Mr. and Mrs 1 . Earl Ogren -last week Wednes- DR. received news of the death of her Dolliver. NINELAKOTA SENIORS GET '32 DIPLOMAS 'Lakota, May 17—Commencement exercises were held at the school auditorium Friday evening. The iris 1 Glee club, under the direction of their teacher, Eleanor Lockwood, sang two numbers. Dr. E. A. Bennett, president of Upper Iowa university, gave the addrese, his subject being, Have You Pound Yourself? Mr. Grabau presented the class to Mr. Woodworth, president of the school board, who presented diplomas to Virgil Smith, Marie Kline, Norman Prerklng, Margaret Amslsburgr, Emma Hennlg, Anna Hennig, Raymond Hertzke, George Ukena, and Leland Thaves. The Acorn club has for the laet few years given cash prizes to pupils having the highest average for the year, and in behalf of the club Mrs. P. O. Johnson presented a $5 gold- piece to Thomas Lewis, who had the highest average, and '$2.50 In gold to Beth Hamqulst, eecond, and a like goldplece to Billy -Ley, third. School closes this week. Sunday School Has Party- The Berean Sunday school held its monthly party at the • church last'week Tuesday evening with 20 present. It is the custom of the class to give a net of silver spoons to any of the members who marries and Pearl Estle Smith was presented with teaspoons. Emory jgmlth ner husband, Is also a member, ane he was given three tablespoons to match. Plans were made for a picnic to be held at Interlaken June 7 and the parties will then be discontinued till September. Lakotans Lose Sister- Word was received of the death of M^rs. Lawrence Ertel, of Sauk Center, Minn.,- last week Lakota Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley went to Des Moloes Fria»y tp drive neyr Fords. borne following an operation. Tuesday Her two brothers, J. A. and J, H. Meyer, nephew, Ed Meyer, and Frank Nitz attended the funeral last Thursday Mrs. Ertel was 64 and is survived by three children. The Ertels for merly lived on a farm southwest o town, but moved to Minnesota IE years ago. Acorn Club Names Officers— Enna and Louise Thaves, anc Mrs. Wade Ball were hostesses t the Acorn club at the Thaves horn last Thursday evening. Officer were, elected: president, Mrs, J. Ji Wanburton! & vice president, Mri Delia Smith; secretary, Mrs. S3. I Worley; assistant secretary, Mrs. -I Schlssel; treasurer, Mrs. W. £3. Ley The yearly program will be r for neapt meeting. New OQ Station Gohjy ^Jp— A Mr. Hanjna, of Ruthyen,, h^ crew touijflingr a -new p^J $$$<?%, ie northeast corner of the Ed Kahl arm, where the new highway north 'om Lakota joins No. 9. Surveyors id out large curves at this junc- on, and the station Is ,built on the est curve. urveyorx Line Up Puvlng'— The Buell and AVinter engineering ompany, of Sioux City, had 'a crew f surveyors here last week Monday aying a grade for the pavement irough town to the creamery. 'alpdlctorlan Has High Grade— Norman Frerklng, valedictorian ils year, had an average grade of 2 for the four years' work and is ntitled to a scholarship. Other Lakota News. Supt, Laurenson, of Ledyard, rought Dr. E. A. Bennett to Lakota, Friday, where he delivered the ommencement address. Mr. Lau- enson and'Mr. Grabau, Lakota su- lerlnten'dent, are both former pu- lle of Doctor Bennett. Mrs. J, H. Warburton attended a neetlng of the woman's Farm Bu•eau at the 'Bancroft schoolhouse ast Thursday. Plans for Achievement day were completed and committees appointed. Tony Schaper has finished the >asement of his new house and the vork-on -the house is progressing apidly. He is using the lumber salvaged from the old schoolhouse, and Is doing the work himself. 'Emma Gutknecht and Mrs. Gus ?orlne attended a county committee meeting of the 4-H club leaders in 3urt Friday afternoon. 'Plans for Rally day were completed. ' Mrs. Harry Moe and Mrs, J, H. Warburton were hostesses to the 3orcas class and their husbands at the church last week Wednesday evening, and 20 attended. A boy was born to Mr, a,nd Mrs. Charlea Eggerth last week Tues- BILVS BARBER SHOP Located east of Johnson's Variety Sto??. "It Pays to Look Well" For best in barbering WM, J, WBIS, Prop. 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