Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1932 · Page 5
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KOBSUTtt CKWKTY ADVANCE. ALOONA. tOWA 1 'ft ftf ttlf KV, ttTMERAJf, P. j. BMfter, fiiwtor—German service at ft, Sunday school and Bible class at 10j Sngllsh service at 10!30 . .The S, & T. will meet today Instead of tomorrow . . . The festival of Pentecost ,wa s celebrated last Sunday. Both Services were well attended. The church was nicely defcoratetl With many beautiful flowers. The quartet and the choir beautified the festive services by rendering special songs. ST. THOMAS~KMSCOI»A1,, L Lcdyord Pupils Given Rewards tor Activities patents the t week' Tuesday. Thereaa' Ann. f store Mrs. la<!t ,W. W. Sullivan Friday and Sullivan, who •With the Dan W. W. Is nennhiffhoff, M. Tli., Jtcctoi^-Barly Eucharist, 9; Church school, 10, Morning prayer ami sermon 11 . The newly confirmed are. cordially Invited to make their first communion at the 9 o'clock service .. Those W.ho were unable to make their Whitsunday emergency offering last Sunday are asked to use the special envelope Sunday morning or mall it to Glen Raney. ' • PRESBYTEKIAJf—The Woman's Missionary society will meet with Mrs. Albert Ogren this afternoon a 3 p. m. Thei-e will be reports of Interest fom the .Presbyterlal recently held In "the 'First church at Boone . . . An 'adjourned meeting of the Fort Dodge Presbytery will meet In the First Church of Fort Dodge at 1 p. m. next week Wednesday. Services both morning and evening. JTAZARENE—God le blessing In the revival arid answering prayer. The true 'revival spirit Is manifest Ledyard, May 17—Friday afternoon .awards .were presented to the pupils who had taken part In outside activities. In music symbols were .presented by Supt. Barrett to Alice Moulton, Pearl Wlrtjes, Bertha NItz, Elmer Elelske, . Wilbur Haesebrock, Marvin .Tunkermeier, Ervln Kllnkselk, bydia Logemann, Lillian Sanders, Kenneth Thompson, Paul Nltz, Aleithtt Brack, Erma Bftrslow, Idaho and Adah Telkamp, Chrystal Berglund, Elmer .Tunker- meier, Roland Smith, Fern Lewis, James Logan, and Tllmer Halvorson. The latter then spoke on benefits derived from music. •Pins were awarded for work done on Putmvlz, and were given to Fern Lewis, Irvln Kllnkselk, Elmer Zlel- ske, James Logan, Willis Dyer, and Lillian Sanders. Miss Nolan awarded the pins. Elmer Zlelske, editor, . B. Altwegg, Bel- In many ways Services : each evening at 1:45; prayer meeting 3 p, m.; children's meeting Thursday at 4:15 and Saturday at 2:30. Sunday services 9:45, 11 and 7:45. Our spoke. Miss Stranahan presented letters for. declamatory work to James Logan, Kenneth Thompson, and Lydla Logemann. In girls' basketball Alice Moulton, Elva O'Keefe, Rubyflo Womack, Aleltha Brack, Lydia Logeman, Anita Gelhaus, Erma Barslow, • Freida 'Schadendorf, and Irene Norrls won letters. Alice Moulton, captain, spoke. Boys who won both basketball and baseball letters are Roland Gable, Elmer iZeleke, Walter Miller, Irvln Kllnkselk, Elmer Junk'ermeler, Jerry Barnes, Kenneth Thompson, Roland Smith and Alfred Lloyd. Baseball letters Went to Marvin .Tunkermeier, "Paul Nltz, Tilmer Halverson, and Russell Nelson, Ar- vld Brand and Jafnes Logan received manager's letters. Dr. A. E. Bennett gave a short talk. Commencement exercises were held Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Barrett played the processional, and the Rev. Depplng gave the Benediction. James Logan, Tilmer Halvorson, Kenneth Thompson, Rutayflo Womack, Lillian Kllnk- slek, Idah Telkamp, Henrietta O'Keefe, Fern Lewis, and Alvira Halvorson played two selections as an orchestra,. Elmer Zlelske, senior president, then presented Wlnnlfred Friday -with .the key. The senior class song was sung by four senior boys, Walter Miller, Roland Gable nd daughter Rome, and Agatha Thllges, and Mrs* Benny Kurth. Florence ThHgeg 12; Forty— A'party was given Sunday after- icon at Henry Thllges's In honor of Florence's 12th birthday. Her classmates were guesbs, and played games. Dinner was served at 6. Other St. Joe. Henry Zelmet Sr. was taken to 'ort Dodge Saturday by his son 'rank, from south of Livermore. The former received treatment for his eyes. Clarence Thilges visited friends lere Sunday. Jerry 'Barnes, Mr. Laurltzen and Elmer Zlelske then presented the awards of scholarship to Melbourne Jones, who had the highest average for four years in high school. Three awards wpre given for citizenship, as the vote for the boy was so close: Walter Miller, Elmer ;Zlel ske, and Alice Moulton. Tilmer Hal vorson played a cornet solo. Dr. A E. Bennett, .president of Upper Iowa University, gave the address, and Leon Worden presented the dip Ibmas. lim B lla — ... *»- | f uay oei v litres t'.TU, 4-j. uiiu I . tu. \_ 'iipent. Sunday .wltn ine tav- dlfitrlct superintendent, the Rev. •rents,' Mr. and Mrs./ •w.' »• w short( of Des Moinee, will * ^er- . . _ ._ re, . and sister, Mrs. P. **. Ilr'Altwegg R'went receiver 'Of a George Good. Bp.r.t t home last w t eek Tues- B pendlng a ten-day' vaca- W. C. Goods and- the be here Friday evening. rtth the express George Is ; Lake, i larson, • who' under- i&a'operationattheKos- »ltal recently, wa* taken to „„) of her son, Theo L,., Sun"o regain her strength before [fag housekeeping. f and Mrs. C. V. Smith and the ' cousin, Mary Black, spent ,y in Des Moines. Mr. Smith a (Langan Paper company meeting. Mr. Smith is intaUve in this territory. I? H. Talkenhainer, W. P. i, H. M. Smith, Walter Lorr»a G, P. Towne went to the fcojls Saturday night and fished iy They stayed at ,the Al uhalher cottage on Hayward j Long, junior at GiJnnell i, has been chosen one of eight .1 {o compete in the finals "f Spaulding reading contest for Sh to be held at Grinnell May fporls won third In the conlest •P, Norton, owner of the Norton !/Works, was up town the e week after a ten-days recuperating "froni an ap- lis. operation performed at JCossuth hospital a week ago Jtoy. jr. and Mrs. Tony Klr«ch and (children, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry spent Sunday at Dexter, , visiting at the Leo Seefelds I|Yed Helgens. Mrs Klrsoh and BAPTIST, A. 8. Hnescr, Pastor— The Power of ^.Friendship, Sunday at 11 ... The (Promised Reward for the Overcomer, at 8. Also a vfolln solo ' by the pastor . . .' Sunday school at 10, B. Y. P. U. at 7. . . . Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8. —1ST LUTHERAN, E. Oscar .Tolin- Son, Supply Pastor— Sunday school at 10, and services at 11. state P. E. O. convention. She is president of the local chapter. Mrs. McMahon went 'to Council Bluffs from Ames and spent Mother's day with her daughters, Marlon, a state college student, and Ruth, who went to Ames from Galva, where she Is teaching. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer took their daughter June Adele to Fort Dodge Sunday, week-end with teaches at Oskaloosa, and will return in the fall to again teach French and Latin. June Adele drove to Fort Do'dge with another teacher from Oskaloosa who visited a sister, and her parents met her in Fort Dodge Friday night. Twenty-six Algona high school She had spent the her parents. She teaches physical education at New ton. ' Lee Wlnslow returned home from Minneapolis a week ago Sunday af ter spending a month with hi Iowa, on the 26th day 6f May, A. D. | 1982, a^ two o'clock p. m. of eald day, at Which time you may appear and show cause, if any you have, why an order should not be entered authorizing said sale. L. A. ANDREW, .Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Peoples Savings Bank, St. Benedict, Iowa. By J. M. HERBST, ' Examiner In Charge. NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO SELL ANT) CONVEY : HEAL ESTATE In Equity No. 18788. In the District Court of Iowa, In and for Kossuth County. L,. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, Plaintiff, vs. Peoples' Savings Bank, St. Benedict, Iowa, Defendant. To all persons interested In the Receivership of the Peoples Savings NOTICE TO ALL BEPOSITOHS, CREDITORS AND OTHER PER-PONS INTERESTED IN THE RF> TEIVERSHIP OF THE PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK OF ST. BENEDICT, IOWA. « You and each of.you. are hereby notified that there Is now on file In the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, the Second Quarterly Report of the Honorable L. 'A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, Receiver, of the Peoples Savings Bank of St. Benedict, Iowa, the same being the Final Report of R. H. Miller, Examiner in Charge of said Receivership, in which said Report the Receiver and Examiner In Charge show all receipts and . Bank, St. Benedict, Iowa, and to j d , SDU1 . sements since the date of the | last Report on file, and said Receiver asks that the said R. H. Miller be whom it may concern: You are hereby notified that there Is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kos- euth county, Iowa, the Application discharged as Examiner In Charge of said bank and his bondsmen exonerated from all liability as of date of L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of j March 31st, 1932, the date of the Banking of the State of Iowa» as Receiver of ( the Peoples Savings bank, St. Benedict, Iowa, asking that he be authorized to sell Lots. Eleven (11) and Twelve (12), In Block Five (5) of the town of St. Benedict, Kpssuth county, Iowa, according to the recorded plat thereof; also furniture and fixtures described as follows: vault door, ,oak daughter, Mrs. A. K. Johnson. Mr. (.counter and grill work, Crescent cir- Johnson brought him home in his car. Mr. Wlnslow will remain till fall, when he will go to Annapolis, Md., with the Harry Windows', who expect to spend the summer ' here. Harry, his son, is an instructor in are daughters of Mr. and Fred is a son. v • [last week's Advance announc- fcandldacles for office, Q. C. i was listed as a light plant Mr, Barton is a former leaving in January this jr^He has lately been selling" re- •atorg for a local furniture " ' lit. Harold Bockes, who has been three year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Schipman, of Corwiv'i, caught his finger in a truck doo" and was brought to the hospital for medical attention, Charles Hamln, Corwith, major operation. Louise and Jim Joslyn, of Sycamore. 111., went home Tuesday after spending a- week here looking after the family interests in the county, and visiting friends. . Louise ,Is at present at home with her mother, who suffered a stroke a year ago. Jim is also at home. The Joslyns were former Algonlans, Lucille Ku'nz and 'Julia Schilmoel- ler drove to 'Carroll in the latter's car Monday night, and Tuesday attended an alumni meeting and banquet at St. Anthony's hospital. Both girls are graduates of the hospital's nurses training school. Lucille is In the offices of Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer, and Julia does private duty nursing. "'"Fishing and huhtn'ig 'licenses issued up to Tuesday afternoon totaled 1385 for the season since the 1931 license expired March 1. Only 85 were issued Saturday for fishermen who tried their luck -, Sunday. The number for the season is 87 more than was issued last year before the opening of the fishing sea- eon. Mr. and Mrs. Karel Horan and little son, and Karel's mother, Mrs. W. H. Horan, took Clemmer Horan to Ames Tuesday and he took a train for his home In Los Angeles. Clemmer Is employed with a paint concern In the west and stopped for a visit with his parents en route to Chicago on-a business :trlp for the letter men held their annual banquet at State's Cafe Monday evening. Talks were given by Coach Bonham, John Hargreaves, Allen Sarchett, William Spencer, and Clarence Bruns. Thirteen new letter men were initiated Saturday night when they were required to find letters in wood for the following words "32 A LETTER MEN." Clarice Amesbury is now at Al- 'bert Lea, Minn., employed in -the new branch office of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance company. Clarice spent two weeks at the company's Mason City office before going to Albert Lea; Her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Amesbury, accompanied her to Albert Lea a week ago Sunday and expected to visi relatives at Mankato' before returning home. L. J. Nelson .local hardware man suffered a broken bone and i sprained right .ankle last week.Mon day when a seven-foot step laddei he U. =S. naval academy, vife- Is the daughter of• Supt. and Mrs. Shirley. Harry's County SERVICES ARE HELD FOR JOHN LENTSCH. ST. JOE St. Joe, May 17 •—'John Lentsch died Saturday morning at his farm home northeast of St. Joe. He was born on a farm near Livermore In September, 1892, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Urbin Lentsch, and was one of a family of nine children. November 24, 1914, he was married to Mary Kramer at St.. Joseph's church. They first lived near Clare, later moving to St. Joe. •He is survived by his wife, two chllden, Urban and Mildred, his aged mother Mrs. Urban Lentschi and four sisters and four brothers: Mrs. Lizzie McDonald and Mrs. Kate Beigger, Wlndom, S. D., Mrs..- Eva 'Gisch, north of Algona, and Mrs. Mary Kramer, of St. Joe; Barney, of Clare; and Mike, Joe, and Martin, Fort Dodge. Mr. Lentsch was a bard-working, . . industrious man, a good citizen, and on which he .was _6tanding broke an ob]te , ng ne ,g hbol , H is/.disposi- culator heater, oak wall desk and blackboard; also one share and telephone in the St. Benedict Rural Telephone line, to Frank Grandjenett, of St. Benedict, Iowa, for the sum of One Hundred Twenty C$120.00) Dollars, cash, upon the terms and conditions set out In said application, to which you are referred' for further particulars. You are'further notified that the hearing', on said application will be had at the Court House in Algona, said Report. You are further notified that unless you appear thereto at the Cour House in Algona, Iowa, and objec' on or before the hour of two o'clock P. M.. on the first day of June, 1932 and show cause'why said Repor should not be approved and why said R. H. Miller should not be dls charged as Examiner in Charge and Tils bondsmen exonerated, an Orfle and Decree of this Court will be entered approving said Report an discharging the said R. H. Miller a Examiner in Charge of the People 'Savings Bank of St. Benedict, Iowa and exonerating his bondsmen from all liability as of date, March 31s 1932, the date of the said Report. L. A. ANDREW, Superintendent of Banking < the State of Iowa, as Receive of the Peoples Savings Ban of St. Benedict, Iowa. the Chrlsteneen years, ' resigned !• employ of store eight lay night,. She had been,with litore since it was first opened. } "Bockes will be remembered as i Arena, and Is a daughter of l Henry Arend, ' '• P, Howard, of Martensburg, I at the Advance Tuesday. 'He prmer resident of St. Benedict. going to Martensburg he was |Mt, L. station agent ' at St'. '" ', and la now a railway re- Bonar and took graph operator, 8 With a brother. He makes W. Towne, Shell Rock, and his purr Towne, Waterloo, -were t-end guests of the "G. F. C, 0. is G. F.'s father, and «a brother of G. F, 'foe elder "wne la a retired hardware it, and Burr • Is assistant attorney a t Waterloo,' «• L. Qoslln, Mabel company. Mr: and Mrs. J, daugltter Bonnie Lee Sunday Mrs. Bonar's father, L, A. Crull, to Jewell, where he was met by the family of another daughter from Brooklyn, ' Mr. Crull epent five months with the Bonars and. will now spend several months at Brooklyn. He will return to Algona sometime next fall., •.'.•' .-•. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Mathes and the latter'- father. J. T. Ryan, returned from Davenport and,. Port Byron, 111.. Sunday. At Davenport the Mathes attended a Rotary. meet- Ing the <lrst of last week, and at Port Byron visited, relatives. They brought home Eddie Hart, of Port Byron, to spend several weeks with the Maihes boys, who met him In a 'hlle he was putting up decorations or the junior-senior banquet In St. Jecelias academy gymnasium last londay night. He will be In bed or a few weeks, after which lie will >e aible to get around with the aid f crutches. • Mr. and Mrs. A. H.. Stock attended L dance recital given by the physical ducation pupils under the direction >f Bernice Stock at the Eagle Grove ilgh .school Friday night. Bernice ind Ruth Stoffer, of Newton, came lome with the Stocks Friday night ind spent the week-end here. Bernice has be'en 'reelected to teach physical education in the , Eagle Srove schools next year. Ruth tion made him many friends. Funeral services were held at St. Joseph's church Monday / morning conducted by .the Rev. Father Theobald. .A large congregation attended. Six nephews 1 served as pall bearers — Andrew Kramer, • John Besch, Edward Nauman, Raymond Lentsch, .iaurence Gisch, and Clarence Kramer. ,.. . , '., F. Tl. Women. Make Posters— The F. B, Woman's club met at Mrs. Will Reding's last Wednesday. Muriel Body, H. ,D. A., helped niake posters for Achievement day. Among those attending were MesdamesiRay Fitch, James Reding, John Becker GRADUATION GIFTS OF MERIT PARKER PENS k PENCILS , Morrow, spent 'the week- 8|oux City. Mrs; Goslin, vis- home of i and the Mr, Goslln's , col- ls stenographer <or -Mr. • m the state maintenance en» r ' Q'((C^. ' » T L^L! 1081111 * 1 r .^' 0 % * h . e Billy w .j. Lura Sanders, city librarian attended a district library. meeting at Cha.rles City last week Tuesday, and while there made the acquaintance of a. new grandson, borai a week ago Sunday to Mr. and. Mrs. Roger C, Sanded Her ^n Is In the Ice cream business at Charles City. During Mr», eanders-; absence Kath- arlne Kajn subatltuted at the II- a S E. McMahon returned Frl- from Council Bluffs, where she spent several days [any Farmers Have wed Money this Way .. ' ^ H j l if-jji. "fiV^j J'l . _ i_ _. 4-It A ' have decided in the cp^t of ferm a* tf COMPETITION What are my competitors doing? I am free to confess that I do not know. I suppose they .are, doing what my bootlegger and I are doing, trying to make a living. ". , • ' I have run a store in Algona now close on to thirty years and have never said .a bad word for any of my competitors, -It has taken all my time and energy to run my own business, and some of the time I even fall down at that. / I figure when 'you knock your, competitor you are really knocking your'own town, I would hate to do that, for frt present Algona Is listed In the commercial calendar as the'best 'business town In northern Iowa. I have niy own method of doing.•_business, Efficiency is my watch-word, 1 save time—I cut eyery expense possible, Time, you know, Is the most precious thing In business, I plan every minute, every hour, and want about so inuch accomplished- E!very foot of roam In the store is made a selling agent for some kind of goods. Every table, every sign, eyery clerk, te working to sell goods. We work along the lines of least resistance. It Is the only way a small profit store can e*lst, At owr cut prices It means hustle or go broke. The only way I know of to get volume Is 10 cut the price on good standard ehoes, the kind that everybody knows is standard. This year a man's pooketbook Is the tenderest part of hl» anatomy, The easier you are on'his pooketbook the better he likes you. The average person this year Is not looking for entertainment'*y some high powerered salesman, they are-looking, for the store that Is offering bargains. They want to supply the family needs at mowavins prices- That Is the reason Neville* Shoe Store Js always full of customers. • We have shoes and ellpn.ere for men and women • from ItOO a pair up to the finest there te in the, Un}-, ted States and you do not have to pay full retail price Lifetime Guaranteed Pens to $7 r-A i Pen Parker Free with each of the above. Makes you a handy desk set. - ' • • - ' '. - . • ; " • a Parker Pen and Pencil Sets. Also— Pen and Pencil Combinations. at $1.50 to 13.50 She's been wishing for a dainty watqh like this! in white or green gold. $18.00 White gold and a flex ible link bracelet! The gift for the sophisticate ed. ' •• ^ f cost ^'liWhlftg Jto- ik w W« yo» S, "r'J_ qmjtffFmx , \. w (Sfc^l^Wl^ O W^ Vt bi^^acuisc^ 1 from 45o a pair up newTnd"iiucjrbeW quaJUyVthan last year. When It'comes to hosiery, we, are aw house, We parry the largest s$oojc ot hosiery IP l?oa- bo to ir ladle?' fulKasWoned «** *WW at 49< 5 * ^ ' V cKe°nf 'tow from 5c t pair' vpj° I^'MW* *> e buy *' IV44 cte Nevi f^y'tjM B5p*vfr^-^i- * c t ^fMf^y^< "^n *^ ^H^/'^&n^ i-J^P'ty?'®' "-, v *-"£ 3ra» -M ^* j'--^ ^.y 'jj-J-i *,.<^ Al^^S.^' A real sport wft^ fpr a deserving cftap, In' white op, yeilpw $19.00 feey. Beautiful binding. Right bacK again. ANOTHER BIG WEEK-END FOR FOOD BARGAINS ... If you shop atA*t*l CORNS . 3 29 C GOLD MEDAL BISQUICK . - 29' UNEEDA BAKER'S DWARFIES . '•- If BUDWEISER, HOP-FLAVORED MALTSYRIP 45 SEMINOLE TISSUE . 3 22 C C&H Cane Sugar 10 pounds 45c 25 pounds, $1.11 100 pounds $4.29 Pure Beet Sugar Bfi io pounds 43c 25 pounds $1.05' 100 pounds $4.09, •:! Encore Spaghetti . Pineapple CRUSHED . CAN° 39 C Aw«.1«*MA THE HEALTH 64U. >f QC OValtlne DRINK i CAN *«f* Cocomalt . . . . "- B - 45 e <•»_-. Dxvllf. GRANDMOTHER'S nn T AC Pan KOllS WHOLEWHEAT DOZ ' O" Palmolive Soap 4 CAKES 25 C FRESH HAWAIIN Pineapple EACH 15c |Try Red Circle .coffee for lei rich, full-bodied flavor. »t is expertly blended and 'brought fo you fresh roasted. >Vith three coffees, each having a diftinctive flavor, <we cannot fail to suit your taste. All are equal ^ in quality—different in flavor—blended by A & IP from the finest coffee beans the world produces..Remember, the coffee yoy-Wte; best is the best for you ho matter what it costs. t ; l v/j v: EIGHT O'CLOCK B O K A II cowo AHDMfUOW (b. vicoaoiw w(Ncy Ib. THE GRE/ST AHANTIC » Co. • Midtjlg W«it«n Divia '.{•; 5 /.'V :-j ••^'f*-.^, , ' "^P"' f I'- ^'l';^ ^'^teiiiBiisPAifiii •C*. ^)iiifK^SHf^ffH^.mHK^wUk^^^mi^^f.^\ '''•'•'j'vVjj.'V *^-^ fe'M^JHk Wr: "-vvtX't J ; v> ; -- ^i'%1^ '*••:••-fWM , •;< * - p-^IBI^fc^^KSl^; V r - .M*. " $'!>LP$iJ

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