Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1932 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 17, 1932
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LEAGUERS OF 4 TOWNS HOLD LAKOTA MEET Lakota, Nov. 15—Lakota Methodists were hosts ' to the Bpworth leagues of the For.est City group at B rally here last Thursday. 'Four •towns, Forest City, Thompson, (Buffalo Center, and (Lakota were present, with an attendance of more than BO. A 25-cent supper was served by the Aid in the church dining room at 7 o'clock, and the follow- iiftg program "was-given: piano eolo, Miss Lockwood; vocal duet, Mesdames F. O. Johnson and Richard Hamqulst; The Rev. Mr. Howe and the Hev. Mr. Ward, each gave short talks. Kenneth Howe conducted a Lone Rock Has Club for Young Mothers recreation hour following the program. Men Outllno F. B. Work—' The Ledyard township Farm Bureau met at Jerry Heel-land's Friday evening, and considering the condition of roads a good crowd of 40 attended. The men's committee made out programs for 1032-33, and the following program was given: Community singing; song by male quartette; book review, The Promised Land, given by Mrs. Olga Wortman; song, male quartet; Mrs. Alma Heetland, township chairman o£ woman's wo.i-k, presented and discussed the 3932-33 county project; samples of gifts made from patterns given at the fiiist lesson were displayed. Lone Rock, Nov. IS— The Mothers club met with Mrs. Glert Sharp, wit Mrs.. Laurence Zwelfel and Mrs. \V O. Flalg, assisting hostesses, las we'ek- Wednesday, afternoon". Ko call •_ was answered -by nursarj rhymes. The program follows: talk Baby's Toys, Mrs. L. E. Godfrey talk, Baby's First Thanksgiving Mrs. Calvin Householder; Baby' Prayers, Mrs. N. L,. Cotton. The open discussion was the question of how much should a child help his moth er. The club has extended the Invl tation for membership to all mothers who have children In the first four school grades. Mrs. N". L, Cotton Lillian Angus, and Mrs. L. E. Godfrey were appointed program committee for the coming year. The next meeting will .be with Mrs. Calvin Householder, Mrs. Andrew Thomson and Mrs. V. V. Frye assisting. Junior Class Play Pleases — EOT. F. 0. .Tolmson Still 111— Mrs. F. O. Johnson's parents, the E. C. Pringies, of .Knoxvtlle, came Saturday to visit the Johnsons. Mr. Prlngle went home Sunday afternoon, but Mrs. Prlngle will stay to help care for the Rev. Mr. Johnson, who Is ill. To date the nature of the ailment has not been discovered. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. "W. Johnson, of Kanawha, and his brother, Dr. Edward Johnson, of Milford, were here Sunday, and Dr. Williams and Dr. Johnson made a thorough examination in an attempt to discover the trouble. Acorn Clul) to Entertain— Mrs. Jerry Ukena was hostess to 16 members of the Acorn club last Thursday afternoon. Plans were completed for a buffet supper to be held at A. Q. Smith's next week Tuesday, when the members' husbands will be guests. The following program was given in continuation of the trip around the world: Spain, Portugal, Mrs. Gertrude Schissel; Sardinia, Corsica, Mrs. Vera Williams; and Sicily, Italy, Mrs. Lucile Ley. Storm Halts F. 11. Meeting'— Sixteen local leaders from Ledyard and Lincoln townships gathered at Mrs. A. Q. Smith's last week Tuesday to get the second project lesson, but bocau.se of the storm and road conditions Mrs. Muriel Leaverton, H. D. A., was not able to be there. She started but had to give it up. The lesson will be given at the same place next Monday. Attends Jin,flier's Wedding'— The Herman Weseels attended the wedding of Herman's brother Guy and Time Gerdes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gerdes, south of Buffalo Center, October 24 at Fairmont, Minn. The Rev. Mr. Schoon, •of Buffalo Center, performed the ceremony. Guy Wessel formerly •operated the City oil station here. Geo. AV. Godfrey to Speak— The third annual harvest town-to- country Sunday will fee held in all sections of Iowa Sunday, and appropriate services will be held in the 'local Presbyterian church Sunday evening. Special music is being arranged and George Godfrey, Algona, Kossuth F. B. president, wil give the address. Portland Mooting Attended— Emma Gutknecht and Mrs. F. G Torine attended a. county 4-H meeting at Ed Dittmer's in Portland township last Thursday. Mrs. Dittmer served a luncheon. Florence Forbes, assistant state leader, help•ed write the 4-^H qhib project. Krs. Stove Powers' Mother Dies- Mrs. Steve Powers received word of the death of her mother lael Thursday in Rockford, m. Mr Powers took her to Algona that afternoon, and she left via Milwaukee to attend the funeral. The Junior class presented the play, Sunny Day's Farm, last Thursday evening at the high school auditorium. The comedy leads were well taken by Margaret Householder and Dorothy Bierstedt, and characters in the entire cast were well portrayed. Special numbers by a girls' sextette and two vocal selections 'by Roy Leeper, accompanied by his ukelele, were given between acts. The play was under the supervision of Ruth Cross. First B. B. Game Friday— The first conference basketball game of the season will be ' held here Friday night with the Bancroft public schools. Both boys and girls will play. Lone Rock is expecting to win both games. Season tickets arejnow on sale at 60 cents and $1. School Basket Social Tonight— The basket social at Greenwood school No. 3, scheduled last Friday, is being held this Thursday evening Naomi Wegener to teacher. Brother-lifLaw Dies— Edward Reilly'8 brother-in-law Edward Scully, Fort Dodge, died las week Friday. He formerly farmed near Seneca. . Other Lone Bock. The Sewing Circle met with Mrs W. C. Leeper Friday evening, Mrs Harry Rahn and Mm. Glen Leeper, assisting, with 17 present. The nexl meeting will <be held • at F.-ank Flalg's, Mrs. W. O. Flalg, hostess. Teachers who vacationed over the week-end are: Floy Jones, at Chester; Juanlta Dunn accompanied Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Godfrey to Alta, the Godfreys continuing to Storm Lake to visit relatives. Mrs. John Sprank accompanied the William Goches to Mankato last veek Wednesday. Mr. Sprank, who las 'been a .patient at the hospital -here, returned with them. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Householder Irove to Fenton last week Wednesday to see Mrs. Householder's father, Freeman 'Wolfe, who Is seriously Jit . • J. M. Blanchard, H.' J. Rice, and . V. Frye attended a 'basketball r ame (between Swea City and Fenon at Swea City Saturday night The Otis Sanders drove to Ren- vlck Monday to attend the funeral f Mrs. Sanders' uncle, a, Mr. Helmke. Mrs. S. M. Gladstone, daughter largaret, and son Robert, were unday guests at the A. A. Krue- er's. The M. E. Blanchards visited at Gteorge Klink's, Tltonka, from . last •eek Wednesday till Saturday. W. C. {Leeper was sick Friday and aturday, and was unable to go to r ork. Lillian Ackerman, Burt, started CHAS.GABL OF LEDYA ID, 7 londay assisting at'Fred Flaig's. The Mite society will meet this hursday with Mrs. Glen Sharp. Four Corners The M. & D. club meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Pearl Potter and the opening song will be School Days, roll call to be answered with verses from the Bible containing the word "Thanksgiving." A Thanksgiving story will be read toy Eula Rich, and a recitation will toe given, by Pauline Seip. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schmeling got home last week Tuesday from California, and are at Howard Witham's. They left there the preceding Wednesday and drove continuously, except one night. They report employment scarce on the coast, with a large number of unemployed for every job. Of course home, this is, California folks get the -preference. Ralph Witham and Walter Schmeling, who went to California with Herbert and his wife -stayed there, each having obtained a good job. There was a recent P. T. A. meeting for the Lotts Creek school district No. 7 at Carl Seip's. After business a program was given by pupils, and the rest of the evening wa; spent at cards. The recent rain and the blizzard stopped corn-picking a week. Many roads were so bad that teariis had to be used to pull cars. Many pupils in No. 7 were kept at •home Friday by bad weather. Ruth Robinson spent a few nights last week at Roy Lowman's. Pupil's Birthday Is Observed— A week ago Friday was Max O'Keefe's birthday, and Mrs. O'Keefe (brought a lunch to the school house and served it to the senior class and school faculty as a birthday treat. Mexicans Move to Town— A number of Mexican familie have moved Into vacant houses in Lakota. since the, finish of the beet harvest, and will spend the winter here. Other Lakota News. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Behrends went to Mason City laat week Thursday to attend a banquet in connection with the national buttermakers convention held there. Helen Penny, eighth grade, was taken to Estherville a week ago Thursday, where she underwent an operation for appendicitis and is recovering. Mrs. Gillan and son Billy, Bob Clemans, and Lorraine Smith went to Minneapolis Saturday to spend the week-end visiting relatives. Don, son of the I. E. Wortmans, entertained 15 guests at a party last week Wednesday afternoon, it being his fifth birthday. The E. N. Clemanses drove to Colo Sunday, taking home Miss Crosby, who lias been visiting them for two weeks. The George Adamses, who have been with the Booth and Olson paving crew for several months, came home recently. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thaves, and Mr and Mrs. Paul Kriethe, of Burt, visited at Jerry Ukena's Sunday. Ray Kahler, who lives south of town, fell from a. corn crib last wet-k and broke his arm. The Mc-thodist Aid will hold its annual bazaar and chicken supper tfcia Wednesday. Little Dorothy Woodworth entertained aev«n guests at a birthday recently. Lotts Creek A Lutheran Aid meeting which was to have been held last Thursday was postponed, and will be held this week Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. Edward Kressin as hostess, assisted t>y Mrs. Albert Kressin. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rlesner STOP GAS PAINS! GERMAN REMEDY GIVES RELIEF Acting on BOTH upper and lower bowels Adlerika washes out all poisons that cause gas, nervousness and bad sleep. One dose gives relief at once. E. W. Lusby, Druggist, Promise Boys Rare Thrills AMERICAN BOY - YOUTH'S COMPA'ION readers are due for a rare adventure thrill in 1933, according to word just received from America's favorite boy's magazine. Boys will welcome the news that a modern Robinson Crusoe story, in which two boys and a man battle with savages and build a civilization with their bare hands, is on the way! In this story the three heroes escape into the depths of the Amazon jungles; there they are stripped and left to die by hostile natives; and there, from the natural abundance of the Jungle, they build their fortress. From advance notices, it's a story readers will never forget! Other good things, we learn, are on the way in THE AMERICAN BOY-YOUTH'S COMPANION for 1933. Adventures in all .parts of the world; stories of school and college; helpful stories of the professions; sports interviews with famous coaches and player; wild articles on travel and science. We suggest THE AMERICAN BOY-YOUT-H'S COMPANION as an ideal present for that son, nephew, cousin, and neighbor. It's a character-building, imagination - stirring present that renews Itself every month in the year. An attractive gift card bearing your name will be sent to the boy if you request it Subscription prices are only $2.00 for one year or $3.00 for three years. At the latter rate the magazine costs only a dollar a year. Mall your order direct to THE AMERICAN BOY-YOUTH'S COMPANION, 550 W. Lafayette Blvd., Detroit, Mich., Service on your subscription will' itart with the issue you specify. spent last Thursday evening at Frank Shelter's. Ruth and Esther Schmiel, Algona high school students, spent the week-end with their parents, Teacher and Mrs. Schmiel. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer, son Derrel Don, and Mrs. Minnie Dreyer were dinner guests at the John Kohlwes home Sunday evening. Hanna Fiene, attending the Algona high school, spent the weekend with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. E. <Fiene. Ruth Schultz, Whlttemore, is employed at the Otto Laabs home. Ledyard, Nov. IB—Thte community was saddened last week Aldnday evening toy the death of Charles Gable at the home of his brdthei 1 Herman. He had been In poor health for seven years with sleeping sickness, but death was caused by apoplexy. >.. Mr. Gable was 'born April 12, 1894, at Sheldon. He was .baptized n the 'Lutheran faith in his ln- 'ahcy, and was confirmed when 14 n the Evangelical church at Ledyard, of which he was a life inem- 51'. March 24, 1915, at Eldora he was married to Martha Ruhnke. Four children were .born: Cleo, Jean, and Uarjorle, all at home, and one son Donald, who died in 1923 at the ige of eight months. Those who survive are his wife hree daughters,. his father, Conrac 3able; three sisters, Elfreda 'Leand, of Swea City, Edith Christ, of Greenfield, Eleanora Heetland, ol -.akota; . and five 1 brothers, Martin Herman and August, of. Ledyard 'ed, of (Forest City, and Roland, of Payette. F-tmeral services were held last veek Wednesday at the German Ivangelical church, with the Rev VTr. Steck, of Fairmont, preaching. t. John's choir, of Fairmont, sang wo hymns, and burial was made In he Highland Home cemetery. Pall- >earers, were John Drew, Albert Brand, ,Paul Gelhaus, Otto Reese, Louts Anderson, and Herman Balvance. . Out-of-town relatives and friends attending the funeral were: The Victor Lelands, Swea City; the George Heetlands, Lakota; the Ed Chrlsts, Greenfield; Ted Gables, of Forest City; Roland Gable, Fayette; the Ray Faughts, of Laurens; the Emll Vails, of Hubbard; the Jacob Johnsons, Buffalo Center., the U. B. Hayeses; and the A. Klockes, of Lakota; Emll Ruhnke, of Hollandale; -(Norbert Grate, Blue Earth; the Gus Persige, Elmore; and the Herman Balvancea, of Swea City. School Activity Group Formed— A "Purple and Gold Activity Association" was formed in high school, and Friday officers were installed. This organization Is made up of four boards—forensic, music, literary, and athletic. The general secretary and treasurer, who Is Lydia iLogemann, and the officers of the four boards make up a council to consider all questions pertaining to any of the boards. The music board has Fern Lewis as secretary; Tllftter H4lrof*6* ( ehalrtHah! Aftdft Hfcage, amocWt« tti«tn*W; athletic Kenneth Thompson, wcretary t Bf» vln KilnJuttek, chairman; Jacob Moulton, aasoclate; literary, W1HU» Dyer, secretary; Lillian Sanders, chalrma/n; and Ella Goetz, associate; forensic, JAmea Logan, secretary; Eleanor Sanders, chairman; Marjorle Matzenor, associate. These officers are elected for one year,'' Seniors Hare Photo* Taken— Last week Tuesday the seniors went to Algona to have pictures taken at the Art studio. "They received, complimentary tickets to the Call thetiter.. Senlosr are: tPaul Nltz, Willis Dyer, Lumetta Reece, Mary Miller, L'ydla Logeman, Erma Barslou, Thelma and Louise Driest, trene and Elsie Schwartz, Irvin Kllnkslek, Lu Verne Edwards, Marvin Junkermeler, Fern 'Lewis, Eleanor Sanders, Dale Estle, Chrystal Bergund, and Lois Link; Phyllis Strand 8$ Party— 'Phyllis Strand entertained seven girls Friday night In honor of her eighth birthday. Guests were Marjory and Jean Gable, Marjorle Mayer, Maxlne Mason, Kathryn Baumann, Connie Gable, and Marvel Halvorson. B. B. Teams Beat Rake— The local high school 'basketball teams .played their first games of the season at Rake Friday night. The boys won 27-10, and the girls won 27-2'l. Titonka plays here next week Tuesday. Lfidyard Woman loses Mother— Mrs. Robert Gustafeon received word last week Tuesday morning of the death of. her mother at Minneapolis. She left at once and returned-last Thursday. ' Pastor Johnson Still Sick- There were .no church services Sunday .because of the continued illness of the Rev. F. O. Johnson. Friends here hope for a rapid recov- :ry for the pastor. Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett we're i:30 dinner guests'at Lola and Bar- jara Wy-lam's Saturday in honor of :heir sister Edythe, of Cedar Rap- Ids. Mrs. Barrett and the latter formerly taught in the same school, id were roommates. Mrs. L. W. Weimer entertained :he Methodist Tea last week Tuesday: Mesdames Arpke, Green, Welsh, Tillmoney, Looft, Pingle, Mayer, and Moulton. Mrs. Julius Jeneon, of Buffalo Center, and son Herbert, spent Friday with her daughter, Mrs. Glen Yahnke. Margaret Welch, Minneapolis, lame last week for two months vlth her mother. The L. C. Strands attended a fun- ral of Mrs. Strand's aunt at Burt iaturday. *9m^PHi AMAZING! — the results from this better coal mo kj. sooty coal wastes beat, clogs \ the furnace CHEMACOIA cuts down smoke and soot; gives full value. tENADIER «UINC CONSOLIDATION Grenadier — genuine Consolidation Millers Creek Coal — trade marked for your protection — is now treated with Chemacol. More than just a dustless treatment. This marvelous compound actually makes the coal burn better. And turns objectionable, wasteful smoke and soot into clean pure heat. You'll be amazed — and completely delighted — with the satisfaction and economy of Grenadier. Order a trial load. 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WINKEl Veterinarians West' State Street, A1go«| Phonea: Office, 475-W.; res, I BUILDING CONTBAC ~ COWAN & SOS •ueneral Contractors _. Estimates Fun Phonea; Business, 639-J; MACHINISTS ironfoir MACHINE ._, Machinists and Welden Service Stock on Piston Rings, Pins, and I West of Courttiouae INSURANCE KO88CTH COUNTY MB IN8UKANCE ASSOCIATH Over 115,000,000 worth of I In force. A home company. '| Mcure. J. O. Parson, f CJty Property Loan* Insurance. Real CUITNIirOHAM t UC! I WT W. State St. Algow.1 Mi meographing H. W. POS1 Dray and Transfer STORAGEOFALLU Long Distance Hau Every load In against loss and age of all kinds. Egu ped to do all kinds hauling and draylnj PHONE 898 : Algona, low* MIMEOGRAI IpBPISHHWHWW^^^^^^^ *a ADVANCf

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