Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 13, 1933 · Page 9
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Morr Iflott has school teacher ,, . Towne spent "1 St Cloud- Minn., with .tudents at Ntorningslde expected home this a vacation. d r wellendort 3 were visl- x Crawford's, Minneap- t Hawson returned Suna tSweekB visit to Dex- li, Ser daughter Zadonna. i.vrenz Sr. and Mr. and LavreTU visited at the r - home at BUrt eo the Upper ' spent the week-end at tfeaff- Pentlco, Emmetsburg, to be housekeeper for Parents, Mr. and Mr,. " . A. Sterling were "* week Wednes- s. Susie Engler accom- 'Sndage, Waterloo, spent hnday night at the home of [her 0 D. He Is a traveling is helping at the I record's office this week. I the daughter of County .Rec- IT J Dooley. i, first time this season a br warmth was not needed Lrsday afternoon. Farmers ler the spring late. J nd Mrs. L. M. Merri t went Ijoe Mo., Tuesday, called by I that Mrs. Merritt'a father, I past 80, was sick, [and Mrs. A. Reynolds. Ells- I wer e Sunday guests of Mr. |rs A. W. Amunsen. Mrs. LnVtheir daughter.' Jand Mrs. Donald Palmer ber •parents of a 7-lb. boy at the 1th hospital yesterday. Their 1 died some time ago. and Mesdames Glen lon and Charles Runchey ISaturday night and Sunday (Glen's mother at Fairmont. i E. C. Handier and her son i got home Sunday from ia, wliere they had spent sev- Ja'ys with the former's par- i Lutheran association had a iss and social meeting at King's Monday evening. Henry z is president of the associa- i James Aliens, Fort Dodge, J Sunday with Mrs. Allen's Ir, Mrs. Sadie Cavanauga. Mr. fdrives a bakery truck at Fort in, Viola, and Harry Bishop, [university students, arrived eight for several days with [parents, Mr. and Mrs A. A. i, i McMahon, who teaches at expected home for the ; also Marion McMahon, • home economics student at . L. E. Potter went to Storm (last week Wednesday for an Ided visit with her daughter, (Hay Miner, and her son, Dr. Jotter, jty, 13, daughter of the Roy ings, Titonka, has been a pa- lat the Kossuth hospital since Jay for treatment of a bone in- i. C. E. Middleton, of Eagle I, and Mrs. J. B. Middleton, Vine, Wyo., came Tuesday for J days with their sister-in-law, IN. C. Rice. rard Kanouff, senior law stu- |at Creighton university, Oma- TI expected today for a week- Jlslt with his- parents, Mr. and |George Kanouff. 'i Bailey, employed at Minis, Is expected home tomor- >r an over-Sunday visit with parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. |y, north of town. • Kate Bradley is expected | His week-end. As usual she ] Hie winter at Correctionville Her daughter, Mrs. Clyde p, wife of a dentist. i Beecher Lanes, who .have f Algona their home during the •year, are moving this week' Waterloo. Mr. Lane travels i electrical company. lo (A ',, Al sterlln gs entertained I sterling's mother, Mrs. Bate- V nd jisters, Olive Bateman '- 9 'm F aU °* WebBter Harrington, senior law .•"i at the state university, f wty, comes home today to Is parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. fmngton. till Monday. "Mrs. R. H. Guderian ,with the Matter's par- H«i,r , Mrs - Be rt Furness, Ett H /' Gu(ierl a-n has been Ef.l^" 4 " years, on, Algona, of the the week-end wi<th the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Winkle. 'Zelba is employed at Doctor Stude1>aker'» office. •Mrs. F. E. Kent and her son Junior took the former's mother Mrs Elizabeth Graham, to Indianwin Friday. Mrs. Graham had spent two months with the Rents Mrs Kent and Junior returned night. Sunday Dean Clapsaddle, who spent sov- eral days last week with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle Burt, spent Friday and Saturday here with .Leona Lichtor. iDoan Is a freshman at Coe college, Cedar Rtipids. Mrs. Robert Larson returned Sunday, after ten 'days with a sister at St. Paul, and her parents at Spooner, WIs. Mr. Larson, who met her at Mason City Sunday, is the Loose Wiles salesman In this territory. Dora Carson, principal at the Bryant school building, spent the week-end ^vith Mrs. J. c. Mawdsley, Miss Oarson and near Irvington. Mrs. Mawdsley when 'both taught schools. roomed together in the local day to visit the former's sister Ames with the sister's father y R I Craity. curator of botany at he ' Mlss KOS8UTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA anniversary Apr,, week trom Mr. and Mrs. George Good, Spirit Lake, and their little son spent Sunday with the Walter Goods and the B. P. Bensons. Walter Good, j home again. Mrs. McNutt~has~"beert; who was recently sick with a heart i wlt n the son 'Samuel's family at ,r t ' >« ° Constable F. A. Newvllle, Algona -ast week she was vlsl Ing her laughter, Mrs. H. A. Jennings Titonka, with whom she lived^rnany years She now lives with another daughter at West Bend Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McGinnis took r,^, Q° rB , Slat01 ' Mlldml to Cef ^r I' alls Sunday, after Mildred had spent a week's vacation here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. U j Do- Oraw. She toadies in the Cedar I' alls schools. Maynard Stephenson Ames student, spent the weekend with the De Graws and accompanied the party as far as Mason City, when ho took a bus to Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Zeigler became parents of their fourth child at their f arm home Saturday morning. The newcomer was an 8V6-lb. girl. The Zeiglers already had two boys, Earl, 10, and Wayne, 8, and another girl, Virginia, 6. T he mother Is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Didriksen Algona, and Is the sister of Anton Uklriksen, Advance foreman. Elnora Jacobson is caring for her. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. MoNutt are at attack, is again at work at the local express office. The Russell Pattersons, of Burt, recently advertised in the Advance for a pony for their children and received more than ten replies, which came from all parts of the county. Bad roads were delaying a purchase last week. Mrs. John Slaba, Buffalo Center, and her daughter Barbara Lou were Sunday guests .of the Frank Sterlings. They accompanied the E. C. Hertigs to Algona, and the Hertlgs spent the day with E. C.'s •parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hertig. Ames while Samuel and his family were at Tucson, Ariz., where they went in February in the interest of Samuel's health. Samuel, who has for 12 years been employed in veterinary research at Ames, contracted the flu in December and suffered two attacks of pneumonia. He is now improved, but still not in form. Elsie Specht and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hoorneman came Saturday from Springville for a week with Mayor and Mrs. C. F. Specht. She is a teacher in the Springville schools and Mr. Hoorneman H. S. principal. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh, j Th e schools are dismissed this H. E. Rist, and K, D. James mo- ' week for spring vacation. Mrs. tored to Minneapolis Friday, re- j Hoorneman is known here as hav- turning Saturday. Eugene was i in £ been Emma Specht. The sisters looking after a business matter, j w111 return to Springville Sunday. Messrs. Rist and James deny that! Mr - Hoorneman has been elected they went along to try out the new superintendent for next year. 3.2 beer. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kelly and Mrs. Charles Reaper took her their son Omar returned Saturday uncle, John Mclllhatten, to his j f rom Beioit, Wis., where they were .home at Lanark, 111., yesterday, j called last week Wednesday by I She was accompanied by Mrs. news of the serious sickness of I Frank Haldeman and Mrs. George Mrs. Kelly's brother, Thos. Carey, 'Wessel, who are visiting relatives j who has tuberculosis. Mr. Carey is there. The women will return this a World war veteran who served week-end. , of theNS. 2as- e at 6 " a cow -t<*t e rs' nce at Garner last Thurs- an manse " M ' Potter, field l he Metropolitan here fr °m Red Mrs. potter have' two at the ' Mt ' <*"<>«, IU, vis t ,m me home Satljr - pV e . Xt Tuesday. P ' Ze ^^a met her Hist ; Washington, a f ter Ann arriv ' ew montl18 with pa Jients, M r, and Sl °* for '* P onP Jo an ex Pected to- end vlal t vlth . and Mrs. -A. ', Omaha, -ay with :• Mr. and Mrs. Mason CIty . Mr. Professor and Mrs. Harold Zink and a daughter, Sarah Ann, arrived Monday for an overnight visit at Mr. and Mrs. John Wheelock's. Professor Zink, who is connected with DePauw university, Greencastle, Ind., is a nephew of Mr. Wheelock. The Wilson Bakery, operated by George Wilson in the former Con- Ion bakery quarters, was opened last week Monday. Mr. Wilson bought the Conlon equipment. His bread will be named Hometown •bread. Mrs. Wilson is helping him with the work. Mrs. Ella Laird got home Friday from Des Moines, where she had spent the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Theo. Aulman. Mr. and overseas two and a half years. He was in a hospital in France in war time, having suffered from bullet wound and pneumonia. He is married, has two children, and is 37 years old. The last two years or more he has been confined to bed. B. F. McFarland, West Bend, looked after a little courthouse business here Friday, and called on. friends, not forgetting the Advance. This is his 51st year in the general merchandise business at West Bend. Many years ago he, with Edw. Kiinz, West Bend, I. P. Harrison, Lu Verne, C. E. McLaughlin, Bancroft, and two others, including a Livermore man, united to buy a large tract of land near Winnipeg. All but the Livermore man and Mr. McFarland are Mrs. Aulman brought her home and ! dead now. Mr. McFarland still went back the same night. Mrs.! owns a section and a half of the Grace. Blanchard is again staying land. PAOfi Farm Ilurcnu Women Active- Mrs. Leonard Mino was hostess to the Grant project women Friday, when Achievement day posters were made and plans laid. Grant tied with Portland last year for second with a score of 997 points out of 1000. Attending an all-day meeting were Mesdames Roy Mino, Alfred Zielske, E. A. Junkermollcr, township chairman, Leonard Mino, and Paul .Leaverton, and Naomi Junkermeier. This year's Achievement day. program will feature a pageant of rural home development and a county style show of reconstructed cloth- Ing in wool, silk, and cotton. Fifteen townships are expected to take part. Achievement day plans were laid and posters finished for a booth on county Achievement day at a recent meeting of Greenwood- Ramsey women. Greenwood scored 996 points out of 1000 In last year's exhibit, and two of six posters chosen for the state fair last year came from Greenwood. In this year's posters the special feature ,is making over garments. Attending the meeting were Mesdames Ray Miller, publicity chairman, Frank Wilhelmi, township chairman, S. Taylor, T. Murphy, William Vaske, and Jos. Vaske, and Adella Vaske, Esther Schlltz, Lucille Vaske, and Mrs. Jos. Vaske's daughters. Because of bad roads a Portland woman's Farm Bureau project lesson last week Wednesday scheduled to be held at Mrs. S. M. Petersen's was instead held at' Mrs. E. B. Dittmer's. 'Lesson four and five were studied, completing costume and "your most becoming print'." Achievement day-plans were discussed. Noon luncheon featured home-grown products, with dessert made of wild grapes, sugar, and corn starch with whipped cream. Attending: Mesdames Alfred Godfredsen, Lewis McWhorter, Tony Jandl, S. M. 'Peterson, and Mrs. Paul Leaverton, and Erna Peterson and 'Beulah Larson. At 6:30 a two-course dinner was served at small tables centered with sweet peas. The after-dinner hours were spent at bridge. Norma Partridge, Lu Verne, won the high prize for the club; Mrs. Anton Dld- rlksen, high for guests. Mrs. Ray Stone, Lu Verne, won a travel prize. Algona guests were Mesdames 'Dldriksen, E. J. Skinner, P. V. Janse, D. H. Goeders, and B. T. Agard. Woman's Club Elects Officers— The Woman's club met at tho city library Friday afternoon and elected officers: Mrs. W. C. Dewel, president, Mrs. Claude Samson, first vice; Mrs. B. H. Coffin, second vice; Mrs. Glenn Raney, recording secretary; Margaret Durant, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Lura Sanders, treasurer; and 'Mrs. F. P. Klahr, historian. After election Ella Thompson gave a 'book review. Mrs. T. P. Harrington is the retiring president. liaptlst Aid Names Officers— The Baptist Aid met last Thursday with Mrs. Ross Coleman, and officers were elected: Mrs. Orville Elkins, .president; Mrs. L. W. Keith, vice president; Mrs. Karl Willasson, secretary; Mrs. C. H. Taylor, treasurer. Assisting hostesses were Mesdames Henry Furst, Roy Lowman, and Robinson'. Contract Prizes Are Awarded— Mrs. W. E. Kain concluded hnr contract bridge tournament last week Tuesday by awarding prizes as follows: Mrs. C. H. Williams, •high; Mrs. L. C. Nugent, second; Mrs. J. L. 'Bonar, third. The tourr nament was opened late last fall land games have been played every other Tuesday. lips, Earl Teylor, and "William Dau, and Lydia Meyers. The Methodist Bible Searchers S. S ..class, meets with Mrs. M. E. Worster next Wednesday, the meeting having been advanced one day to avoid conflict with a county dry conference at the church Tuesday. Mrs. Llna Johnson, Spencer, came Friday for a few days with her daughter, Mrs. .Dewey Snyder, who operates the Kossuth hatchery. The Baptist Loyal class meets this afternoon with Mrs. Cora Raney; Mrs. Freda Moe and Mrs. Carrie Lacy, assisting hostesses. The Watanyans met for- dinner Monday night at Mrs. ' Anna March's, and after dinner Dora Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gregson Carson gave several readings, entertained at 6:30 dinner Sunday night in honor of Mrs. Victor Her- tlg's birthday anniversary. TIRE MEN GATHER HERE FRIDAY FOR CONFAB ON SALES A Firestone tire sales meeting was held at the Legion hall Friday evening, and dealers in this section of the state attended from as far as Spencer and Estherville. The meeting was conducted by Harry Empting, former > Algonian ,who handled the Firestone territory out of Algona for many years and is district manager of a branch office at Des Moines. A. A. Beguhn, also a former Algona salesman, now in territory neighboring Cedar Rapids, and Paul Trauger, who has the present Algona territory, assisted. ' Victor Lowe and Glen McMurray, operating the Tire Service Co., which handles Firestone products here, were hosts. Dinner was serv- Couple Married 50 Years— Mr. and Mrs. Nick Goeders, Cylinder, celebrated their golden wedding Tuesday, March 28, and some 50 relatives helped, including their children, Tony, Algona; Leo, teaching a rural school near Armstrong; Mrs. Clara Gohr, Charles City; Mrs. Cora .Bonn, Fenton; Mrs. Margaret Gord, Cylinder; John and Thomas, farming near Cylinder, and Edward, at home. The families of the married children were also there, and Nick's brother Theodore, 'Algona, and Theodore's wife attended. Nick and his wife have lived on the same farm 47 years. Lu Verne Teacher Is Hostess— Ange .Roorda, Lu Verne teacher, entertained her bridge club and other guests at dinner'last Thursday night at Mrs. F. L. Thorpe's. Algonian Speaks at Hurt- Mrs. Lura Sanders, Algona city librarian, speaks tonight at a Burt P. T. A. meeting on prison experiences when her late ihusband was warden of the Fort Madison penitentiary. Baptist Supper Big Success— The Baptist women served a chicken pje supper Saturday at the church and report the largest patronage In years, 285 being served. Other Society. Mrs. G. D. Brundage entertained her bridge club .last Thursday night, and Mrs. A. W. Amunsen won the high score, Mrs. John Dutton the consolation. Mrs; Wm. Hawcott won high guest prize. Other guests of the club were Mesdames W. P. French, L. -E. Hovey, D. C. Mahan, George Mahoney, Mrs. A. A. Beguhn, Marahalltown, and Emma Holm, Clinton. Mrs. Cecil McGinnis entertained eight women at bridge last Thursday night. Mildred De Graw won high; Mrs. Fred Pooch, the consolation. Other guests were Mesdames Ann Fechner, Hattie Phil- with Mrs. Laird.' Mrs. Ethel Morrison, beauty operator, returned to her duties at H. L. Clemmer, son of J. F. Clemmer, who worked in the First National bank here in the 90's, is' In her shop over the Hub Monday, af- i the navy and was on the destroyer ter a four and half weeks vacation Tucker which brought survivors of due to a severe cut in her right; the recent Akron disaster to Brook- hand Phylida Sonnerholm, her as- lyn. The survivors had been trans- slstant, was in charge of the shop; ferred to the destroyer from the during her absence. | ship Phoebus, which rescued them. The Uvermore high school grad- Lieut. Com. H. V. Wiley, Seaman uatlng class of seven boys and (Richard Deal, and Seaman Moody seven g.irls had a picture taken at Erwin were the .survivors « _r . . _. ' i i _«T-»_,lf Ab. «« Tt nA\nnt (*!• The the Peterson studio last Thursday, and the Bancroft public school graduating class of five girls had a picture taken at the same studio last week Tuesday. A. W. Amunsen spent the first body of Radioman Robert Copeland was also rescued. Mr. Clemmer is a son of John Clemmer, who for a time lived here some 40 years ago, and Mesdames A. J. Keen, east of town, and W. H. Horan are aunts few days of the week at Dea of the young man Moines, attending an optometrists' _ Maryland meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Amunsen attended a district optometrists' meeting at Mason City last week Wednesday. Mr. Amunsen is employed at the Wehler jewelry store. . Conrad Herman has been at left for their home at Marquette, Mich., yesterday afternoon. They had been here since March 20, called here by news of the tragic death of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Sarchet. The 'boys have I Minn two weeks, caring for been looking after the sale of per' " - - - •- - "-- sonal property belonging to their parents' estate. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sarchet returned a .week ago to Minneapolis, where Earl is assistant manager of a women's ready- to-wear store. Opal Sarchet Morrison, who teaches at Lu Verne, returned to her duties last, week Monday. All had been guests while here of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Vallo Naudain. the E, A. Paschke children. Mrs. Paschke, who is Mr. and Mrs. Herman's daughter, was brought home last Thursday from Rochester, where she recently underwent a major operation. Mrs. Herman will be away another week or two. Antoinette Bonnstetter, school nurse, announces that all who last fall promised canned goods to the Red Cross for the poor may deliver them at the Bryant school building any remaining Saturday afternoon In April. Miss Bonnstetter will be at the office to receive them, but will not be there at any other time. Three appendectomies have been performed at the Kossuth hospital In the last week: 'Alberta Mer- rlam, Lu Verne, last Thursday, and Randolph Fischer, Lone Rock, and Vera Eiachen,- Algona, Monday. Mrs. Axel Carlson, Wesley, underwent a surgical operation 'Friday, and Albert Olson, Algona, last Thursday. ; 'Roscoe Call drove to Algona from Des Moines last Thursday to look after a business matter or two, and was accompanied by Mrs. Call. They were guests of Roscoe s sister, Mrs. A. Hutchison. Roscoe Is Iowa manager for the Kansas City Life, with which his brother Chester has for many years been associated at Kansas City. Kate Skinner, who has been schools superintendent at Lu Vernp seven years,- will not go back next fall. She has served there ten years altogether, having been teacher three years before she became superintendent. She took her A. B. degree at Cornell college and now plans to continue studies at low* City towards a masters de- &rG6 Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Beguhn, of Marshalltown, and their daughter Helen spent last Thursday hnie, and Mr. Beguhn, who is a ^ re ; stone representative, attended a Firestone meeting at the Legion hall that night. Mrs. Beguhn ana Helen were guests of the G. i^ Brundages. The Beguhns moved w Marshalltown from Algona somej , a»a Dora Wallace, Mlffi}e«poUsj teachers, came Mon- Special FOR One Week Only To any one, but a good fanner in particular, we offer a good 200- ACRE FAR'M for only $1,000.00 down, balance of |5>5.00 per acre on new long time 5 per cent mortgage. This farm is well located, on good gravel road, less than 4 miles from two good towns. The taxes are low. "SEE us AT ONCE McDonald & Company Iowa State Bank Building. Phoae 213-rW. Never a better time to buy land. ( Saturday, April 15 DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Sailor's Luck TOM MIX and TONY In "The Fourth Horseman" Serial—"Devil Horse No. 8. IShe Was His Anchor to Windward -And Did He Get Hooked! A sailor, a girl -— •*. a bathing pool < what a combination for a nautical romance. Fox Film Presents JAILOR * LUCK , * JAMES DUNN SALLY EILERS SAMMY COMN VICTOR MMV Directed by Raoul Walsh Friday, April 14 CHANGE IN PROGRAM "The Island of Lost Souls" CHAS. LAUGHTON RICHARD ARLEN LEILA HYAMS and Uie PANTHER WOMAN Chosen over 60,000 of America's loveliest girls ... To Star on the screen as the ravishing jungle creature of Dr. Moreau! H. G. Mells' surging rhapsody of romance, adventure and terror! EASTER, SUNDAY, APRIL 16 GABRIELS WHITE HOUSE Monday and Tuesday, April 17-18 LEE TfrACY "Wild 'People," technicolor revue. Paramount News. By ariplane—by fast train — by speeding .boat—RUSH! Starting Wednesday, Apr. 19-30-81 "42ND STREET' The life, loves, and lures of back stage drama! Made into a gorgeous screen, spectacle of beauty, youth, love, laughter, melody, song and dancing fee*. The rolraole show 'of 19331 CL€dR ALL WIRE* xwsww ed at 7 o'clock by a State's Cafe force, after which the sales and pep meeting was held, the three officials giving talks. The talks dealt with quality and Improvements In the tires, 'batteries, and other products, particularly with the gum-dipping of cords, an exclusive Firestone process. Additional grids in the batteries and other technical points were brought out. These features, however, were not stressed so much, as business methods in operating the sales end by dealer. Overcoming sales resistance and salesmanship by service were illustrated. An example of extra service is to .see that the spare tire on every car serviced Is up to pressure. This can be ascer- tained while an operator Is filling the gas tank. . On rainy rays windshield wiper blades carried In the breast pocket and used mean added service and sales. The customer, especially, gets the idea of real service. The speakers warned against "barber shopping" customers with, too many suggestions, however. The customer must not be 'bored. Mr. Empting brought out that Firestone, by making only quality products for Firestone alone, wa* the only tire concern of its size to show a profit in 1932. ENVELOPES, AM, SIZES ADDING MACHINE BOLLS ..Cut Rate Grocery.. First Door West of Swifts . ..No. 10 FRUITS.. APRICOTS SLICED PEACHES BLACKBERRIES BLACK CHERRIES WHITE CHERRIES RED CHERRIES PITTED PRUNES LOGANBERRIES ' 39C "Busiest Little Store in Town" It's UP! igh Knock for Iowa Motorists STANDARD GAS ED CROWN (LINE no increase in price It has always been a great gasoline... the best non- Ethyl motor fuel you could buy\ Now it's still better. It's up in anti-knock! What doeY that mean ? What advantages will you enjoy when yW use this higher anti-knock gasoline? The answer W that... more convincing than any claims you might read here ... is the result you'll get when you\ actually drive your car with Standard Red Crown\in the tank. \ TRY IT.. .Try 5 gallons In your\own car! Drive in where yon see the , ^ familiar Red Crown- globe ^mm. ^*&l * * and get 5 gallons or more of this ADVANCED Standard Red Crown Gasoline. Then put it to the test! Try it for quicker-get-away in traffic. Try it for climbing power in the hills. Try it for greater smoothness and longer mileage out on the big highway* 1 At all Standard OH Stations and D*ai*r* STANDARD OIL SERVICE DISTRIBUTORS OF ATLAt T11I|

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