Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 23, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 23, 1933
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FAOB TWO KOSSUTH cotwnr ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA FBBRUAftY 2a 10.. frORESl YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME CHOCOLATE DROPS YAMLLA FI.AVOB, We Cut Wax Beans lOc QUICK WORK STOPS FIRE ATLEDYARO Ledyard, Feb. 21—There was a lot of excitement in town Saturday I night shortly after 11 when a fire was discovered in the back part of H. M. Dyer's store. The blaze was believed to have resulted from a I short the meter. The fire was Butt H. S. Wrestler Is 4th in Waterloo Meet iBurt, Feb. 21—Condit Bowie, athletic coach, took Edward and Oliver Stewart and Donald Ittngsdorf to Cedar Falls Friday, and Edward took part in a state wrestling contest, winning his first match by default, but losing to a Valley Junction boy. He won fourth in the meet. Others here who attended were George, John, Bill, and Clarence Schroeder, Lloyd Vinans, Eldon FILL THE COOKIE JAR With delirious, fresh halted cookies from Council Onk n( u price lit,'whli'li nmtlier cnu'1 iil'ford to ImUc Iliein. Jlnsf desirable cookies fi>r (lie tiiWe, between meals, and for school Inn dies. Crystal Sugar Cookies »c TKIl I.It. 3 L1!S. FOlt' discovered .lust in time, as in five Bush, and Wilfred Stewart. MRS, HOP, 68, DIES FEB. 16 AT LU VERNE Lu Verne, Feb. 21—Mrs. Mary Hof, G8, well knoxvn Lu Verne resl- jor ten minutes more it would have jt ( , In( | vos Attend Trainer Fnncrnl—| clent for 3S years, died last Thurs!, ,„».. pi „„ n,,n« „ int nf A,,,,,,,,- ™,t-nf-tmvTi rplsiitivf-s ami!day night, after several months of burst into .flames. Quite a sugar and other goods were lot of dam- frlends who attended the funeral of ailing health. Funeral servdces hged Fire trucks from Elmore: Mrs. W. T. Trainer last week j'conducted by the Rev. D. Lang, pas- i --'- called when it appeared likeUvednesday afternoon were Mr. and j tc "' ° f t- he Evangelical church, of SEEDLESS RAISINS, 4 LB. 23C the whole south side oC town might Mire. Elmer Nelon, Fort Dodge; the .be burned, for the wind was in the j Oliver Stows, 'Dollivcr; Estel Traini right direction, and the buildings j e r, AVillmar. Minn.; the R. E. Train- [juro all close together and of wood. 11 Attend Hniicroft F. 1!. Meeting— Last week Tuesday evening ei-s, Kanawha.: Mrs. Peter Metz, Mrs O. U. Selburg, Mr. and Mrs. which the deceased had been a member since she came to Lu Verne, were held Sunday. The church and many floral Max Bussman and August Bartz, of j character of Mrs._ Hof. Truman, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Clar- SWEET PRUNES, 4 LB. BAG 25C HONEY, 3 Cakes 25c O CANS J O ft & ±OL om here attended a Ram- ! ence Anderson, Blue Earth; and D _ Harriman, Iowa City. M] ._ s Sonves-lun Smoked, In pure Olive Oil. TOMATOES Ked I >'<>. 2 win if Solid Pack ~t fh ft 2 1 /-! can-t l/C< POWDERED LA FRANCE DIME 1'KG. 8c WHITE LAUNDRY SOAP, 5 BARS 9C Oatmeal, 9 Ib. Bag 19c SOAP CHIPS, 5 Ib. box 25c Peas Morning Light 17 oz. can 7c Don't forget to attend the Cooking School March 2, 3, and 4 at Bryant School Auditorium. sey and Greenwood Farm Bureau meeting -held in the Bancroft pub- lie school. A play, Looking Into the | Youth's Birthday Celebrated — Future, was given. The L. A. Nitz- | 'Saturday was Hugh McDonald's es, Holland Smiths, A. M. Frietsjsth birthday, and his mother sur- and .lake Telkamps attended. (iiish Cut by Skates- Merle 'McAninch met with a painful accident last week evening while skating at Herxog's. He and Anton Anderson collided, cutting a gash above Merle's eye. He was taken to the doctor and it took eeven stitches to close the wound. prised him by entertaining boy friends that evening: Willard Stow, Edward Polhemus, Ronald Elvldge, Gerald Bahllng, Charles Hanna, Johnsons to Return Sunday— Friends here will be pleased hear that the Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson expect to return this week. The district superintendent, the Rev. Mr. Muhleman, expects to preach here next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Farewell for Mrs. Browning 1 — 'Mrs. Howard Mayne entertained the Methodist Aid laet week Tuesday as a farewell party for •Ross Browning, who moves Tuesday j Henry Ewoldt, and Edwin Manus. Herman Legion Party "\Yrawg Crowd— A large crowd attended the 'benefit Legion dance last Thursday evening, and $12 cash was received, besides a large amount of food and used clothing. The money and things will be used in local welfare work. Church Dinner "\Vell Patronized— A large crowd attended a birthday dinner at the Presbyterian church Friday evening. The tables were decorated to represent months of the year. This is an annual affair. to crowded bouquets were a silent tribute to the lovable She is survived by six children: Mrs. D. E. Ross, Humboldt; Mrs. Matie .Christoph, Waukesha, Wis.; Florence, Ed, Irwin and Alfred, all of Lu Verne; and two sisters, Mrs. Ed Rief, Sumner, and Mrs. Clara Hof, Cedar Falls. There are six grandchildren. Pall bearers were Harold Hof, Ames; Carl Hof, Fredericksburg; Arthur Hof, Milton AVoito, and Lyle and Milo Miller. H. S. 'Declam' Is Held— The high school declamatory contest last week Wednesday evening in the assembly room was unusually oratorical division won first, Byron Fern Barton was good. In the Richard Niver Jones, second, first in dramatics, Charlene Chrls- tensen and HeJen Kuebler tied for second. Jeanne Jennings and Maxine Sidney were first and second respectively in humorous. The firsts will compete in the first round in a state contest next week Wednesday evening here against Burt, ILone Rock, and Wesley. Van Steenberg-os to Illinois— The Henry Van Steenberges, who recently had a farm sale, have mov- into | ed to Moline, 111. The farm they va- I Minnesota March. 1. j attended. More than 50 cated will be occupied 'by the H. A. Stewards, now near Bancroft. Chevrolet New Six Longer, Larger, Faster, Smoother, New in Styling— more economical and featuring Fisher No-Draft Ventilation. JUST RECEIVED A carload of the new models, 1 :irls' S. S. Class Has Party- Mrs. Barrett and the girls of her »»»»»»»»»»«»»»»»»»»» [Sunday school class entertained the ! boys at a Valentine party last week i \Vednesday evening. Fourteen at' tended and games were played. Kraushoar to Teach In College— Word from Otto Kraushaar, now at Cambridge, Mass., says he will teach next year in Kmith college, USED CARS One 1929 Chevrolet coupe One 1930 Chevrolet special sedan Heaters, frost shields, parts, and accessories. We are equipped to do A No. 1 fender and body work. Batteries $4.50 and $5.95 in exchange KOHLHAAS BROS, IJoth Tennis Defeat THonka— Last week Tuesday night the first and second boys' basketball teams l went to Titonka. Both teams won, j the first teams 35-15, and the second team 1G-14. Farewell Party is Given— The fifth and sixth grades had a farewell party for Everett and Tillie •Swalve Friday afternoon. These children are moving near Grant Consolidated school. Broken Whs Are Mending 1 — Gus Anderson was able to be up town Saturday, having been laid up for some time with two broken ribs •caused by a fall on the ice. Northampton, Mass., late Calvin Coolidge. home of -the Farewell for John llippentrop— Sixty-five neighbors went to John Rippentrop's Saturday evening for a farewell party. The Rippentrops will move to a farm near Titonka. Girls Lose In Tourney— The girls' basketball team went to Lone Rock Friday night to play in the county tournament. They lost to Lone iRock 22 to 12. I Girls Win, But Boyg Lose— Group Music Festival Planned— There will be a music festival at the Methodist church next Tuesday in which churches of the Algona group will participate. Dinner for School Board— The advanced home economics class will entertain the school board and wives at dinner this week Wednesday evening. 51 rs. Geo. W. Patterson at D. M. Mrs. Geo. W. Patterson is spending this week with her husband at Des Moines. Other Burt News. (Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Holding went to Britt last week Tuesday evening and brought here Junior, Janice, and Good Will Club Elects- Mrs. J. J. Wadledgh was hostess to the Good Will club last Thursday; (Mrs. Paul Blumer and Mrs. Clarence Krause, assisting. This was the annual meeting, and officers were elected: Emma Krause, president; H. T. Blumer, vice; Mrs. George Wolf, secretary; Mrs. Julius Stripling, treasurer; Mrs. Arthur Krause, reporter; Mrs. Clara Sankey, flower committee; Mrs. Mike Stripling, gift committee. The club will entertain families at an oyster stew at the city hall this week Friday night. Progressive Club Has Program— The Progressive Woman's club continued a "trip around the world" at a meeting last week Tuesday, when (Mrs. Harold Phillips was hostess. Mrs. F. I. Chapman told of Moscow and that section of Russia, and ILaura Engel read a paper on Norway in connection with a display of Norwegian articles. Mrs. Aaron Steussy gave a demonstration of music memory work used by the 4-H club girls, and Mrs. Ray Stone played the piano solo, Rustle of Spring. J. J. Club Has Guest Day— The J. J. club gave its annual guest day party at Mrs. Irvin Chapman's Friday; program: Ringing by quartet; welcome by president, Mrs. William Hefti; reading, Wilma Merkle; group singing, games, and con- PHONE 200 ] Last Thursday the Armstrong Geraldine 'Larsen, who stayed with ; boy6 and girls' ! here. | the boys lost 33-22. tests. Mesdames Dick Wermersen, T. L. Williams, John Hefti, Jos. nd girls' .town teams played their aunts, Mrs. Holding and Mrs. j Schultz, William 'Elite Paries ' Bar- Ledyard girls won 44-2, and , w . R. Chafee, while their mother bara Lothringer F. I. Cha'nman I'ulnut 33-09 I j _ T-> _ _ i. .. _A _ . _ j. , .. . i - —_ _ * * * went to Rochester for treatment. and George Koestler entertained at- four tables of bridge and Fred Schneider, with Lillian Johnson, Laura Engel, and Esther and Wilma Merkle, guests. ALGONA, IOWA Other Ledyard News. A. E. Lauritzen left last Thursday 'i ast Thursday evening Messrs, and for Lamont to referee a county Mesdames P. W. Kollasch, Wm. j Fo "r Birthdays Celebrated- tournament. Mr. Lauritzen and Koestler, G. W. and R. A. Blelch, Al ! The birthdays of four relatives, Jerry accompanied him as far as staehle, J. G. McDonald, and w - F . Godfrey, DeRae Godfrey, Lu West Union, where they visited . Henry Ewoldt. I Verne, George Stoddard, and Mrs. The Henry Gettmans will move Bertha Thiel, Renwick, occur with- this week to the old Charles Meinzer in two weeks, so 36 members of the attended the golden wedding of Mr. h ouse . The house in which they • Godfrey, Brink, and Stoddard fam- and Mrs. S. «. Merriam, of Algona, have been living was recently , l"«s gathered for dinner at W. F. [Tuesday. Mr. Merriam is Mr. bought by J. P. Stow, who will move i Godfrey's Sunday. All contributed friends. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson Great Heart COAL will keep your home warm. There's little ash, and it burns with a hot flame and little smoke. Phone 229 F. S. Norton & Son Lumber and Coal j Thompson's uncle. Anton Anderson returned week Monday after visiting into it. to the dinner. Mrs. Godfrey and Mr. last Mrs. W. R. Carney visited at her 'Stoddard gave violin selections, and daughter, Mrs. Harvey Nichtei-n's, R ubye Godfrey and DeRae sang brother Elmer at Clarksville. Anton ! near Graettinger, from last Tlrurs- enlisted in the marines, but has not!day till Sunday. She took chiroprac- yet been called. | tic treatment at Wallingford. D. A. Carpenter attended a. hard- j Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf returned ware convention at De.s Moines last ; Sunday from Wesley, where she had week Wednesday and Thursday. ' spent a few days with her t AViison Brack went with him. I father, W. P. Giddings, who is J. A. and J. T. Welfare and Sam \ poor .health. Welfare, of East Chain, left Satur- j Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford day for Pierre, S. D., to visit a brother Jess, who is very ill. Elmer Zielske and Hubert Osterman were home from Fayette for the week-end. The Schadendorf boy | took them back. The W. F. M. S. met with Mrs. D. B. Mayer Friday. Mrs. Joe Mayne led the devotional and Mrs. Mayer the lesson. Glenn Yahnkes spent last Wednesday to Friday with week Mrs. PROPERTY 1. Just what do we mean by property! 2. What value do we place In property! a. Why do we deny ourselves tu accumulate! 1. Property Is something of material value. 3. it »u u , u 7 ;"" '""i"-" 11 * "• "ruer inai we may have £= yss. -Z-ZK s-'cys^y.i». *• THEN LIfo Insurance is property with all of its advantages with uarauteed regardless of life or death, maintained Its 0110 hundred per cent Complete. Information on request with no obligation OLD LINE Yahnke's parents. Her mother is very ill. A card party waa held at the Sacred Heart church last week Tuesday evening and a large crowd attended. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pingel were at Mrs. John Looft's Thursday helping the latter celebate her 70th birthday. Last week Monday night the Swea City Cardinals won from The aged in of Cedar Rapids, came Monday to vieit the J. H. Grahams. Mrs. Crawford and Mrs. Graham are sisters. Mrs. J. E. Clifton and her son Bruce went to Marathon Sunday to visit Mrs. Clifton's aged mother, who has been sick. Guy Giddings Jr., Chicago, spent the week-end with hie parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings. He is a mail carrier. Lester Schwietert, who worked in a grocery store at Garner, gave up the job and came home last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Graham, Titonka, are spending a few days with their daughter, Mrs. Roy Clark. The two small children of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Graham have had pneumonia, but are better. •Russell Chipman returned Sunday from Minneapolis, where he had duets. Valentine Hook Party Given- Messrs, and Mesdamee A. Jones, Wilfred Jones, J. R. Farrell, William Green, Elmer Green, Cecil Williams, and Lloyd Zentner were entertained at a Valentine Rook party at the Dr. T. L. Williams home last week Tuesday night. Mrs. Farrell and Mr. Green won the high Mrs. Howard Beardfiley, and S3. M. Beards-ley, Algona, attended Airs. Mary Hofs funeral Sunday. Mrs. Emll Meyer, Carol, arid l»yle •left for home at Burfordvllle, Mo., last Thursday, after three weeks at the parental I. H. Benedict's. The Carl Swanson house caught fire last Thursday, but the blaze was extinguished before much damage cou-ld be dona. The Methodist Men's Bible class taguht by John Br.lnk had a social evening at the city hall last Thursday evening. A group of A. Curran's neighbors had a valentine party at his home last week Tuesday. Mrs. Al Gios, Lincoln, Nob., and her daughter Joan are at the local GJes home. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith Friday. Lotto Creek The (Lutheran Aid met Friday With Mrs. Nick Otengler; Mrs. Martin Meyer, assisting hostess. 'All members except Mrs. Otto Wlch- tenclahl and Mrs. John Geitzenauer, attended. Visitors were Lillian and Olivia Kressin. The afternoon was spent at quilting a comforter for Mrs. Emil Laabs. The Rev. Mr. Ficne gn.ve R reading after which lunch was served. The next meet- Ing wlH be held with (Mrs. F. W. Mittag, Mrs. H. F. Mittag assisting. Holy communion wa<=t observed at the Lutheran church Sunday by 84 persons. Mrs. (Robert Liesner Sr. Is reported seriously sick, having been abed two weeks. Mrs. Robert Liesner Jr., and been caring for Mrs. Herman,Hm-ta has been s'l'cT but Is Improving. ' Ruth and Esther Schmlel, A high, school students, spent week-end with their parents er and Mrs. Schmlel. ' Mr. and (Mrs. John Kohhvos sm Ewald, and Herbert Potratz 'to Corwlth last week Tu the Kohlweses visited there. Mr. and Mrs. Licht, Fort accompanied by two daughters V h ited at Martin Meyer's «unday Mr. arid Mrs. Wlllinm AvVtwi .spent Sunday at Richard PotralzV Typewriter Ribbons at the Advance A Good Cook's Secret as told by Gladys Looney "Did you ever notice that really good cooks —cooks whose dishes are apt to be the talk of the town—never trust that perfection to haphazard ingredients. They are as finicky as can be about what food products they use. When they go to the store it's the name on the label that is their biggest buying guide — for everything depends on quality It's remarkable to watch how these good cooks invariably choose the brands that art so familiar to all of us: STRONGHEART OPAL AND IOWA MAID!" At the Cooking school learn why Gladys Looney selects score prizes; prize. Mr. Farrell, a travel Tuesday Club Has Party— The Tuesday club's annual anni- evening at the city hall, where members and families had 7 o'clock dinner and spent the rest of the evening at games. A large valentine pie containing a favor for each person was opened. Forty attended. Junor Endeavor Party Given— The Junior Endeavor had a valentine party as guests of the leaders, Anna Murry and Mrs. F. I. Chap- home last There was Ghosts, a negro team, 35-17 here. I spent a few days. Last week Tuesday grade children Merwyn Paine, Omaha, tend the Advance Cooking School had valentine boxes and parties. Many of the children brought treats. Clifford Jenks sold his Graham truck and bus route to Herman Gable, who took possession Monday. Harold Granner and Misses Jone,s, Kitley, Granner, Nolan and Randall were in Algona Saturday. The Misses Stranahan, Nolan, Randall, and Jones were in Algona | laet Thursday evening. I Ledyard, Feb. 21—Mrs. F. S. Jenks •is very low. This is her 12th day of i lying in a coma. J Mrs. 'Blanche Jenks and Clifford jwent to Newton Saturday and returned Sunday. ] Mr. O'Toole and Mrs. John Miller, of Elmore called on Mrs. Laura Niester Sunday. Ed Campbell and son Ralph, of Seneca, were here last Thursday on business. The Leon Wordene went to Granada last week Wednesday to visit his sister. Frank AViemer, of Lake Okoboji, was here last week Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. D. H. Brown fell downstairs and was badly bruised one day last i week. Mrs. Jess O'Keefe was laid up the first of last week with a sprained ankle. spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Paine. W. T. Trainer went to Kanawha Saturday, and from there went to Iowa City. The O. G. MoFarlands will move soon to a farm between Fenton and I Ringsted. Rachel Clapsaddle spent the weekend at her uncle H. D. Clapsaddle's, Algona. Henry Hutchinson, at his daughter, Mrs. S. J. Bsarey'e, is critically sick. 'Lucile Cosgrove, Titonka, came Mr. and Mrs. Wyott Stott enTer" !--* dCairt fr ° m WO1 Moi >day after- tained at bridge Saturday evening. Dale Kearns will be in charge of the iSwift station after March 1. Irene Hentges, Bancroft, is working at the Albert Baas home. man, at the Chapman week Tuesday evening. a valentine box, and refreshments were served. Fifteen attended. Piano Pupils In Recital- Mrs. Max Patterson entertained her piano pupils and the mothers Saturday at a recital by the pupils including duets by Elinor Mae Woi- to and Lois Colwell and Ellen Koonce and Helen Jean Mosher. Mrs. Heftj Loses Grandmother— Mr. and Mrs. Will Hefti drove to Ames Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Hefti's grandmother Mrs. H. O. Hendrickson. tu Yerne Girl In Broadcast— Vera Tiede was soloist in a con- •*• — •*"-• TfJtJf}* V t v;, J. 4I.UllJ\cl t UitllltJ \ r fo1 f ' -l •*••** «,**WA1- Monday to visit Mrs. Delbert Voeel , f lven by a stale elrla' glee club . _. __ J-.V1UOH vufeei. hrnadraat <w,m HTV\T •»» j___ The Sewing Circle met with Mrs. S. H. Aten last Thursday. Lloyd Bartlelt went to Dee Moines on business Monday. and Forty Years Wed. Whit tern ore, Feb. 21 — Mr. Mrs. Mike Gengler celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary last week Monday night, when many relatives and friends arrived to surprise them. Their children gave them a living room suite. noon. Boys to AVrestle at Burt— The high school boys' wrestling- team will take part in a return bout at Burt (February 28. Other Lu Verne News. Irvin Chapman attended a state hardware men's convention at Des Moines last week Tuesday. Mr. and I Mrs. Phil Licluy and Mrs. Dick Wermersen attended laet Thursday. The M. M. Lowmilleis attended the funeral of Mrs. Lowmiller's half- sister, Mrs. E. L. Lowmiller. whoee death took place at Eagle Grove one day 'last week. 'Mrs. William Godfrey, Mr. and Gladys Looney Strongheart -Opal—Iowa Maid FOOD PRODUCTS The qualify that all good cooks appreciate is the quality found in these popular brands. Tor 60 years this high quality has never varied—has been the basis on which thousands of enthusiastic users have been won. For 60 years they have been recognized as the "Best of Foods at Reasonable Prices Without Sacrifice of Quality." Today "STRONGHEART — OPAL—IOWA IffAID FOOD PEG- DUCTS are featured by over 2,000 home owned' grocers throughout Iowa. Why not take the advice of Gladys Looney—a cooking school expert—and learn for yourself the real worth of these three quality brands? 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