Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1933 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 2, 1933
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PAGE TWO K08SUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, IOWA MARCH 2 PETERSON FOR PHOTOS 666 MQtJID • TABLETS • SALVE Checks Colds first day, Headaches or Konralgla In 30 mlnntcs, Malaria In t days, flflfl SALVE for head colds, Most Speedy Remedies Known. ! H. W. POST | Dray and Transfer ! STORAGE OFALL KINDS: Long Distance Hauling. Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 298 Algona, Iowa «•»>••••>•»••••••*+••»•« ANNOUNCEMENT ' I have taken over the insurance business o£ Rahm & Scheme! and will be pleased to serve your insurance needs. I write life and accident insurance, automobile insurance, also fire and lightning. I solicit a share of your business. H. N. KRUSE Located over Iowa State Bank Phono 125. DISC Sharpening You will be surprised how cheaply you can get your disc sharpened at the Thorpe Wood & Iron Works this spring. Drop in and ask for our special March prices. B. A. Thorpe Factory Prices.. LESS THE FREIGHT OX GROCERIES AXD MEATS That is the NEW DEAL and has •been for some time for farmers a.nd town folks. "Uncle Sam would give away one- 'half o£ South Dakota if someone could tell him how to make this sick thing well. In the meantime let's put over the Cooking School and have something good to eat. Remember, we eat to live and live to eat. LONG'S Is the place to get quality at a 'bargain. Como in and look us over. "Wanted Eirirs Wanted L(m;'S FOOJ) SHOP MANY AT LONE ROCK CHANGE FARM HOMES Lone Rock, Feb. 2S—A number are moving this week. The Art Bakers move to the old Martin farm recently vacated by William Murray, who moves to the AVirtje farm. The Albert AVirtjes move to a farm four miles east of Lakota; M. B. Blanchard will move on a farm near Irvlngton; the Harold Jones will move on the farm vacated by the Blanchards; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Blanchard are moving on the Jones farm. Henry Juoheni, who lives on tlie Sharp farm, will move east of Burt. a Mr. McFarland, Bancroft, moving on the Sharp farm. The Claude AVhitehills, Lu Verne, will move to the farm where Frank Haisman lives. Alton Hulbert will move four miles north to the place known us the Jensen farm. Leo Jaskulke, who livos on the Mrs. Joseph Householder farm, will move to the Irvln Heidenwith farm. John Behrends, west of Rlngsted, will move to the John 'Murphy farm. The Richard Walshes near Tracy, Minn., have moved to the farm north of town farmed by A. H. Hutchinson. Final Doclam Tilt Held— The high school declamatory contest was held last week Tuesday evening in the high school auditorium. In oratorical Dorothy Dacken placed first; dramatic class, Coila Jane Hollister; humorous, Kathryn Stebritz. Other speakers were Verne Dacken, Beryl Sanders, Margaret Gladstone, (Lawrence Rath, Dorotny Burt, Evelyn Bieretedt, Sara Whitehill, lLola Marlow and Ruby Cherland. Berneyce Roderick sang a solo between the dramatic and humorous contests. Virginia Bates Is Married— Mr. and 'Mrs. S. 'B. Bates announce the marriage of their second eldest daughter Virginia to Donald Marlow, eon of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Marlow, of Zell, S. D. Their marriage took place Saturday at Fairmont, the Rev. Mr. Blair officiating. Their attendants were Lola and Lyle Marlow, and Russell Bates. They will accompany Mervln Marlow to South Dakota to make their Entertains for Parents- Mr, and Mrs. AY. J. Cotton entertained Sunday in honor of Mrs. Cotton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan, Algona, who celebrated their 3Gth wedding anniversary.. Attending- from Algona were: Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan, Mrs. Mary Jane Clark, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Clark, Mrs. Rose Brown, and the !R. E. Morgans, and Mrs. AVill Pike, Lake Mills. Takes Part In College Dogate- Howard Blanchard, Son of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, was one of four debaters from Iowa "State Teacher's college who took part in the Mancheter college tournament in North Manchester, Ind., Friday and Saturday. The Manchester tournament included 30 colleges and universities from Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Ohio, Iowa, and Minnesota. Farewell Honors M. E. Blanchards— A farewell party was given Sunday evening for Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard at their home, 70 friends and relatives present. They are moving to a farm near Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard's son Edward, and family, will reside with them and help farm. The Blanch- ads have been residents of Rock for the last 22 years. Lone Accident Ylctim Has Callers— Jay Tubbesing, Mason City, called on Robert Padgett last week AVednesday. Bill Adams, Emmetsburg, was a caller last Saturday afternoon. Fred Bohn, Mary Ann Bonn, and Henry Reimers, Fenton, were Friday evening callers. Mr. Padgett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. AVilllam Dehnert, Algona, called lant Saturday afternoon. from his barn by thtevee one night last week. Other Lone Hock News. ' John Sprank, accompanied by William O'Donnell Jr., and Mrs. Art Sprank, drove to Rochester, Minn., last Thursday, returning Friday, Mr. Sprank received medical attention and Mrs. Sprank went through'the clinic. The Jack Qulnns drove to Pipestone, Minn., Friday to vlelt relatives. Mrs. Quinn's father, F. M. Kerr, who has been visiting the Qulnns, accompanied them to Holland, Minn. The Sewing Circle met last Thursday evening with Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. AV. O. Flaig assisting. 'Fifteen were present. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Frederick Schulti!. Fred Rath re-plastered the rooms occupied by Mr. and Ms. Arthur Prlebe last week. Fred Genrlch is repapering this week. Mr. and Mrs. Priebe will n^ove the last of this week. Gordon Blanchard, accompanied by Harry Helgason, students at Cedar Falls, spent the week-end at their respective homes, Mr. Helga- eon going to AA r alllngford. AA'illiam Hobson, accompanied by his grandparents, the D. T. Hobsons, Burt, went to Marcus Friday and visited till Sunday at Dr. Raymond Hobson's. The Larkin club and a few Invited guests were entertained by Mrs. AVateon Shlck last Thursday afternoon as a farewell to Mrs. M. E. Blanchard. The Ralph iRIedels had as Sunday guests her parents, the C. E. Householders. The Arthur OReidels, Fenton, were callers in the after- oon. The Bert Goddens, and Mrs. Eva Godden, Burt, were Saturday callers on the Harry Rahne. The Charles Olsons, Burt, were Sunday callers. The Legion Auxiliary will meet with Mrs. E. M. Jensen next week Friday. The county meeting will be held next Tuesday at AVesley. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Shellito and daughter Norma, Ames, spent the week-end with Mrs. Shellito's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton. Harry Rahn and Aira. WHlloM Leeper attended the funeral of Mrs. Leeper's cousin, Mrs. 'Earl Vincent, at Burt last week Wednesday. Andrew Thompson drove to Ames Saturday for his wife and two children, who spent last week with hflr parents, Mr, and Mrs. A. Stoll. The Mother's club will meet next week AVedneeday with Mrs. Robert Padgett, Mrs. Fred AVegencr and Mrs. N. 'L. Cotton assisting. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener called on tlie former's father In Algona Saturday. Mr. AVegener Is not feeling well at the present time. The Busy (Friday club met with Mrs. Emil Kraft Friday afternoon. The next .meeting wll be with (Mrs. Edward Fawls. Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and daughter Ersel spent last week Tuesday afternoon at 'Lester Johnson s, near Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig attended a blacksmiths' meeting at Carl Michaeteon's, Estherville, Sunday. 'The Legion sponsored an oldtime dance last week AVednesday. There will be another one this Friday. Frederick Schultz made business trips to Forest City a week ago Monday and (Elmone Saturday. Many from here attended the boys' basketball tournament in Algona last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Laabs, iFalr- mont, Minn., were Sunday guests of the Emll Krafts. The Rev. S. M. Gladstones were Thursday supper guests of A. A. Krueger'e. Gladys Stebritz returned to 'Hamilton Business college, Mason City, Sunday. A. A. Krueger attended an annual Standard oil meeting in Mason City Friday. Bible study was held last week AVednesday evening at L. J. Hollister's. The Mite society meets this Thursday with Mrs. L. E. Godfrey. Harlan Blanchard purchased the Fred Rath residence last week. Albert (Reutter and son Glenn, of Fairmont, were here Saturday. Fred Flaig made a business trip to Mason City (Friday. MANY PUPILS ON LEDYARD HONOR ROLL Ledyard, Feb. 2S—These pupils in first grade made the honor roll this six weeks: Velda Estle, Betty Link, Patty Olson, Beverly AAMese, Frances Yahnke and Edwin Dontje. In second grade Arden Anderson, Edmond .Lester, Lorraine Darnell, Arden Lloyd, Esperanzo Herrara. In third: Connie Garry, Katherine Baumann, Marjorie Gable, Phyllis Strand, Howard Dunn, Marjorle Mayer, Jean Estle, Merllyn Long, and Bica Rabbles. In fourth grade: Howard Kllnksiek, De Vere Smith, Vernon Dorsey, Jean Gable, Paul Garry. In fifth: Lawrence Flynn, Edna Dontjes, Roy Tryon. In sixth: Lurene Lloyd, Howard Nltz, Edna was operated on for appendicitis Saturday. The lady is a sister of Mrs. Glen Yahnke. Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Ms. George Thompson attend the district meeting of the rural letter carriers at, Pocahontas last week Wednesday. Their son Milton, of Sioux City, met them there and came home with them to spend the week-end. His wife was attending a convention at Minneapolis, toeing sent ae a delegate of Wetmore Declamation people, lor whom she works. .Friday morning \Vm. Wlemer drove to" Ames. His mother, who has been there since New Year's helping care for Mrs. Tillmoney, came home with him, also bringing her mother. Mrs. Tillmoney stood the trip real well and Is slowly regaining her strength. C. T. Junkins went to Estherville last week Wednesday to get his sister, Ms. Kate Packard. His brother Warren, and wife, of Hartland, Leslie. In seventh: Bernard An- Minn., came last Thursday to at- derson, Alvira Halvorson, Beulah Looft. In eighth: Cleo Gable, Henrietta O'Keefe, Doris Welfare, Lois Wilson. The senior high list will be published later. Reformed Y. P. S. Has Party- Last week Wednesday evening, The Willing Workers, young people of the German Reformed church, had a meeting at Herman Goetz's, 40 present. The program was in honor of George Washington. The president, Alvin Depplng, had charge of the meeting. The following read poems, readings or tributes tend the funeral of iMrs. F. S. Jenks. Mrs. Roy (Link and Darrell accompanied Mrs. J. H. Warner, near Swea City, to Des Moines -Friday, and returned Sunday. Betty Louise spent the week-end with her grandparents, the D. A. Links, of Swea City. Mr. and iMrs. J. T. Welfare, Mrs. Charley Hilferty, and Mrs. Ben Gesch, from Elmore, and Lou Myers, of Lakota, went to Maeon City Friday. The men attended a meeting of the Standard Oil company. Miss Jones spent the week-end at to Washington: Lawrence and Lydia her home in Livermore. Miss Ran- Logemann, Marvin Junkermeier, cla]1 went to Mason oity Misa KU _ Elaine Blome, Ivan Selberg, Ella Iey to Hardy, Miss Granner to Cedar Goetz and Violet Selberg. Irene , Falls and Mr Granner to Renwick. Junkermeier sang a solo "Father of j The Howard Haynes went to Althe Lord." Following the program games were played and lunch served. Leona Patterson was a guest. "Aux" Sponsors (lard Party Many Attend It. H. Tournament— A large number of people from MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE .Algona, Iowa .,,.v n|MM.»»i» *....u .....j— Algona last Thursday '" " T ^ ' The Legion Auxihary sponsored a I evenlng to the \ asketball tourna-l F ' S ' Jenkfi ' ment. . Ledyard played Lone Rock and were defeated 32 to 22. The ,"".""' wt ' re i'«'.".-«. ™ B » i»"-™| game wa « c]oser than the score bridge went to EM Jensen and j t , nrli , ntp . At the « PBt ouarter den Friday to visit Mrs. Mayne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Nuenfeldt's, one time residents here. Frank Junkins and Mrs. Kermit Gise.1i came last week to attend the funeral of their grandmother, Mrs. card party last week Monday .evening. 'Seven tables of bridge and two of "500" were played. High prizes in Neva Thompson, and in 500 Otto Mrs. Agnes MtiBride Jensen and won high. the last Hip Joint Is DlslOoaU'd— William Hauck, assisting in butchering at Chris Haase's week, had the misfortune to have an animal kick him in the hip, dislocating the joint. The services of two doctors were required to set it. He was able to return home Saturday. Earl Atkerman Is Home— Earl Ackerman returned Friday might indicate. At the first quarter Lone Rock led S to 6. At the half, 13 to 12. Following the 'half Ledyard took the lead for a short time, but Lone Rock gained a lead of six points in this quarter. The last quarter Ledyard scored eight points to Lone Rock's 11. Kenneth 'Thompson was high point man with 14 points. MuMIomau Is Speaker Here— The Rev. Mr. Mu'hleman, district superintendent, spoke in the Methodist church Sunday morning. His text was "Christian Mysticism, from the Fort Dodge hospital fol- | taken from Collosians 1-21 to 25. lowing an operation on his eyes. The regular pastor, the Rev. and Gerald Trainer, Kanawha, and Verle Mrs. F. O. Johnson, were back again HOW MODERN WOMEN LOSE FAT SAFELY 'Gain Physical Ylgor—Youtlifiilness With Clear Skin and Vivacious Eyes That Sparkle "With Glorious Health Here is the recipe that banishes fat and brings into blossom all the natural attractiveness thut every woman possesses. Every morning take one-half tea- Bpoonful of Kruechen Salts in a glass of hot water before 'breakfast —cut down on pastry and .fatty meats—go light on potatoes, butter, cream and sugar—in four weeks get •on the scales and note how many pounds of fat have vanished. Get a -bottle of Kruschcn Suite— | the cost is trifling and it lasts 4 j weeks. If even this first bottle j doesn't convince you this Is the eas- | lest, safest and surest way to lose; fat—If you don't feel a superb im- j provement in health—so gloriously 1 L energetic—vigorously alive — your ; |money gladly returned. ; But Ibe sure for your health's sake ' that you ask for and get Kruschen Salts. Get them at E. W. Lusby's, ' H. Borchardt'e, or any drugstore i wnrM ' ' Waggoner, Fort Dodge, accompanied him and spent the week-end at the Ackerman home. (•'ImlstoiM's Given Shower— The Ringsted Presbyterian congregation surprised the Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Gladstone last Thursday evening with a pantry shower, 50 attending. Lunch was served. The Rev. Gladstone has been pastor for four years. Young: People Load Cluirch— Church services Sunday morning were lod by the young people. Russell Dacken and 'Lillian Angus gave interesting talks. In the evening-j the Christian Endeavor went Ringsted to give its program. after an absence of nearly four months. Everyone is happy over their return. Altciid H. B. Game at EsthervJlle— A number from here went to Estherville last week Tuesday evening to see the vSwea City Cardinals play basketball with Spencer. Some of them were Mr. and Mrs. John Drew, Mr. and Mrs. George IMoulton, Cecil Peterson, V. A. Barrett, Lev! and "Bill" AVlemer. Mr. Lauritzen and Mr. Granner refereed the game. Mildred Adams, of Omaha, Neb., visited her sisters, airs. Clifton Engelby, and Mrs. Otto Richter, Sunday. Mrs. George Moulton went to Algona last Thursday and visited her niece, Mrs. Jones, until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Smith, of Lakota, spent last week Wednesday at the parental Estle home. The Ralph Johnsons, of Guckeen, spent last week Wednesday, at D. H. Brown's. The Methodist Aid meets this week Thursday with Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen. Mrs. Ella Gelhaus entertained the Sewing Circle last week Monday evening. to Surprise fiiven for A surprise farewell party was given by the neighbors Monday evening for air. and Mrs. Lawrence at the AVill Chrlstcnson home. The Zweifels are moving a farm northwest of Seneca. to Dclimir A 11 mises lloiiun'il — A group of friends held a farewell p.-irty Friday evening at the R. T. -Unny Have Changed Homes— Many people moved the past week or this week. Otto Swalves went near Grant. Paul Zielske .moved on that place. Ross Brownings moved near Elmore, and Fred Ployer has that farm. Sam Links are moving TEAMS ENJOYS GOOD SEASON AT LONE ROCK Lone Rock, 'Feb. 28—Lone Rock completed its basketball schedule February 15. The teams have had a successful season, the boys winning 13 out of 16 games and the girls winning 6 and tying one out of 10 games. Scores are: Boys: Lone (Rock 54, Bancroft, 13; Lone Rock 24, Seneca 17; Lon« Rock 23, Ringsted, 3; Lone 'Rock 11, Swea City v 20; Lone Rock 20, Titonka 11; Lone Rock 15, Ledyard 11; Lone Rock 23, AVhittemore 1G; near Swea City Herman Weavers' ^7^,72 Fen ton" 2 0 near Grant, and WHbur Nelsons Rock ^ Bancroft 15; Lon near Rake. Sunday Scliool Hoard Meets— The -Methodist Sunday school Lone Lone Rock 32, Titonka 15; Lone'Rock 28, Whittemore 7; Lone Rock 21, Swea City 35; Lone Rock 25, Ledyard 23; Lone Angus home for Mr. and Mrs. Del- | place, and Violet Pingle to mar Angus, who will move week to the Ralph Morgan farm \ve.st of Algona. ls 1 Crop of Carrots — 'Mrs. Herman Weaver's brother, board met last week Monday even- Uock 30 ' ' Ri ns-sted 22; Lone Rock ing at V. A. Barrett's. Miss Jones]"' Fe '"" ton 35- . ^one Rock 31, Sen- was elected as teacher of the first j eca 14 ' class to take Margery Matzener's ' •' Secon( ' Team— (Lone Rook 15, takel' Swea City ' 33; Lone Rock this|Mrs. Knoner's class They also vot- j tonka --'• Lon e Rock 19, Fenton 10; 'arm, ed to have an Easter program. IjOne Rock ^ Titonka 20; Lone Rock 24, iSwea City 13; Lone Rock T!''"v«'s Sleul Harnesses— i<> V es entered Fred Lieb's barn 'k Monday night taking linrncHs, two collars, Uvo and MV-HV Tihey were all prn..- Tl;li'veg Steal Laub s Harness- Otto Laabs had harness stolen IS, Fenton 11. Girls—Lone Rock 46, Bancroft 3; of the Nelson Transfer company at j Lone Rock 34, Seneca 30; Lone Newton, came Sunday for a truck | Rock 18, Ringsted 1C; Lone Rock load of carrots. The Weavers grew I -1< Ledyard 3; Lone Rock 9, Whit- several tons the past season. Helen Jensen Appendix Removed— Helen Jenson, of Buffalo Center, who teaches the IRunksmeler school, temore 10; Lone Rock 29, Bancroft 12; 'Lone Rock 24, Whittemore 18; Lone iRock IS, Ledyard 10; Lone Rock IS, Ringsted 22; Lone Rock 23, Seneca 29. CAPESIUS (Continued from page 1.) villages In which not a single Inhabitant remained. In fact only one- third of the whole population remained. And while such were the results In a small country only ae large as Cook county, conditions In Germany were much worse. Wollte lllcr Hler Trlnken! The depression has Its good side. It has made men more philosophical, If not more religious. It has created new standards. The terrible pace to keep up with the Joneaes Is a thing of the past, and men are now appreciated more for what they are than what they possess. Many years ago, when B. F. Reed was county superintendent, w.e ate watermelon on the courthouse square in Institute time, unmolested. I hope to be able to come to Iowa next aumme.r drink beer on the courthouse square, and sing "Bier her; bier her! Sonst fall Ich um" without being criticized, even by the driest minister in your town. R IBBONS for all makes of typewriters for sale.—Advance, wide. BEWARE of iodized aalta that haven't sufficient iodine to prevent simple goiter. Escape them by demanding salt bearing this seal I WHEN IT RAINS, IT POURS Health department tests of iodized salts bought at random from grocers showed some to be so lack- Ing in iodine that they were worthless as goiter preventives (according to Journal of American Medical Association, Dec. 19, 1931.) To make suro of getting a reliable brand, insist on one that bears the Seal of Acceptance of the American Medical Association's Committee on Foods. You'll find this seal on every package of Morton's Iodized Salt, which is proof that it contains sufficient iodine to protect your children from simple goiter and its accompanying physical and mental backwardness I eaya Husbands, Too, Invited to the . Algona Cooking School The day when women were thought to be the only members of the householdinterested in the mechanics ,, Good Butter ls E8sentlaV , of food preparation is past. Men, usually conceded MISS Looney, cooking SC nooi to be the best judges of good food, are becoming more onstrator and more interested in the art of cooking. If your husband belongs to this group of modern men interested in the why and how of good food, bring him with you. Here's another important reason for his presence at the Cooking School.' The demonstrators are advocating the return of the milk pitcher to the family table for best health, economy, and happinessof every member of the family. If Dad begins the milk drinking habit, young John and Mary are sure to follow suit. Once you've restored the popularity of the milk pitcher at your family table, your meal balancing problems just naturally disappear. A quart of milk daily, you know, supplies more food essentials than any other food. THE COOKING SCHOOL HOME ECONOMISTS WILL SOLVE YOUR MEAL PLANNING PROBLEMS Algona Co-Operative Creamery Company This week Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, 1:30 p. m. each day. in the Bryant School Auditorium, Second Floor IOWA TTER UOCNSCNt4 VTATC !lilllllll!li:i!lllll!ll!lllll!llllllllllllllllllll lillllll!!HiHi!l!illl!ll!itiiini!!iiliiill!li!!lilllHllllinilllllillllN Mail a Want to Fill a Want Only 2c a Word Each Week No Insertion Less Than 20c a Week — We Do Not Charge Want Ads — Stamp., Ca.h, or Check MUST Accompany Order CLIP THIS FORM AND FILL IT IN Your Name How many weeks is advertisement to run?. Address. 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