Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1933 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 27, 1933
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t. APftIL 2?, 1988. I 1 !! e n C i, teacher in Junior col at Kstherville, was Beaker at meeting of the Progrea- U club at the Home, of Ta Phillips Friday night, fo Heimlok, who is Mrs. Phil- sister, spent two months in L,« last summer, attending the L B ty of Paris, and since the K been studying travel this I dw brought a particularly in- menage In which she life in France and In States. Her.talk was with-pictures and sou- ftLd Ntver gave a- clarinet s. F. I. Chapman, ac- s. Harold. Phll- I'Sly A'ltounv' Kate"'iklnner e Tgroup of 'solos, accompanied i gwenson. , mnmljers'' felt that' they ,ild -share Miss Helmlck's talk •I others, so each member invit- K guest, among whom were the 1 e - 4lesdames William Woi- Iu c .Allen, Harry Llchty,,S,'.F. im'ns'Arthur Hot, Archie'San- t A,Harry', Fleming,'., Barbara Ljy'- and Rubye - r ' d.b<I<frey, Lees'Kalbele, Misses Skinner I Swenson, Ange Roorda, and ma Partridge. Ujtcrlan Aid Has Program— me Presbyterian Aid toad ! a soil afternoon at the city hall last Lv Wednesday; program: read- Is by Miss Violet Dimler and k Grant Jennings; music, quar- te 1 group singing; and devotion- Vied by Mrs. Harry Von Draska. kes were played, and supper i served by Mrs: W. S. Hunt •s. F. I. Chapman. / rFV s to Get Rid of Cane— flarold Phillips and Harold and meth Sorenson drove to Iowa / last Thursday, and Kenneth 1 x-ray pictures taken of his He has been able to walk i the aid of a cane tor some 3 and hoped that the x-ray ret would show that he could dla- 5 with the use of It. tan T. P. S. Has Sodal— Tiere <was a good attendance at [business and social meeting of i Lutheran Y. P. S. last week lesday evening. The Rev. I/. Wit- iburg continued the study of [relation in a devotional period, mes were played, and refresh- nts were served by Edna and Hinz. , Sims. French Is Dead— "imeral services were held Sun' at Livermore for Mrs. Charles lench, who died , at Uplands, |li!,, at the home of'her daughter; Fred Eels. She was also bther of Mrs. Ben Rummens and pwood French, Hardy, and she nerly lived south of >Lu Verne. Inlls, Tenelier Go Hiking— (Some pupils in the third and Turth grades had their first picnic p year Monday after school, pen, with Hornico Swenson, they kk supper and hiked to Prairie leek, northeast of town. -— —Patterson at Work ''PHIS PICTURE appeared in the Des Moines Evening Tribune one -«• day last week. It shows Sen. Geo. W. Patterson giving a pending senate bill a critical going over. Inlor Ldisruers Have Party— ITIie Junior Epworth League had •wiener roast on the church lawn 1st Thursday evening. Games were pyed, but the main event was the Thirty attended. Jtoml Mrs. Wennersen's Funeral |Jlany friends here attended Mrs. " Wermersen's funeral at Al- Friday, and others attended |e burial at the Lu Verne ceme- J In the Music Festival— Forty-eight pupils took part In •Mice Monday at Algona for |county music festival. Other LiTverne News. *> Good Will club was enter- hJ , Thursday at Mrs. Carl pnsons, is members and the umnf \, Ml ' S - Charles Stripling, »mph, Minn., attending. Bible frses wew, given m response to, rs. Chas. Hinz was as- 1[ 1 Mrs. De Rae > t>awson a few „-,» ttB u JB. «, Fl L ' Hoofnagles, and II "her"* t0 DaUaS Center ' , IT were accompanied i .?' R * er t Masterson, visited there three weeks. I s . S if' 1* , I 7 eml ns,'Dell Rap' u ", an 'l her children con- v a two week visit with rel- and went to her home 1 Mra ' WUliam Ciller, osher drove to ' and Mrs - Miller • Mrs. Frank Jutte. 1(1 Mr a n( Fl Scher9 ' ot CorwJth, "ele Gro™ Mrs< Orvllle at 7' ? ere iSunda y home - her his Le vier - " last week 'at W. 8pent tlie Brother at Min- as returned visit at Rein- WHITTEMORE COUPLE WED 49RS, AGO Whittemore, Apr. 24—Relatives and friends gathered Sunday to surprise Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Sager at their home, the occasion being their 49th wedding anniversary •Monday. Everybody took a well- filled 'basket for dinner and supper. In attendance were: Mr. and Mrs. August Schneider and the George Plaths, Ceylon, Minn.; the William and Harry Schmeilings, Emmetsburg; the Albert Baas family, Burt; the Robert Bells, Algona; the Arthur Schmeilings, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schmeiling, the Irwin Schmeilings, and Mrs. Henry Rambath, Cylinder; the Ferdinand Bruhns, Fenton; and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schmeiling, Whittemore. IVater Problem Faces Town— Whittemore is faced with a problem relating to its city water system. Two pressure tanks at the water plant have about outlived their use-fulness. They have been in use more than 20 years, and for the last year or two have been showing the ravages ol! time. Leaks have sprung through rust-eaten the age Friday. It had been repainted and repapered. Christ Meyer Birthday Observed- Relatives helped Christ Meyer celebrate a birthday Sunday evening. Swanson Stag Party Host— L. W. Swanson entertained at a stag party one evening last week. Other Whittemore News. Mr. and Mrs. William Blasey and Mr. and Mrs. M. Highberger, 'both couples of Rockwell City, came early Thursday to Mike Weir's, 'leaving the same day for Mudfoak- en, Wis., accompanied by Mrs. Weir. Mr. Blasey remained at Mud'baden for .rheumatic treatment, the rest returning the same day. Supervisor and Mrs. F. J. Balgeman, son Delbert, and Amanda Balgeman, the latter of West Bend, were Sunday dinner guests at C. C.' Johnson's, Mallard. Mrs. Johnson was formerly Meta Balgeman. Mrs. Anna Gappa, Madelia, Minn., has gone home, after two weeks with relatives here. She was taken to Madelia by her sister, Kate Haas, and Micky Doyle, who returned at once. The Charles Lauritzens and June Thompson spent last week Tuesday at Swea City with June's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Thompson. June is beauty operator at tlio Rusch | shop. j Rose Gooders and a friend, 'both i of Enimntsljurs, visited tiio for- ^—————— ~T MRS, CLEMENT, EX-KOSSUTH TEACHER, DIES Tltonka, Apr. 24—Mrs. Alta Clement died at the home of her daughter Florence at Minneapolis one day last week. For some time she bad suffered with cancer. Funeral services were conducted Monday at the Laird & McCul lough funeral homo, Algona, and burial was made in the Lakota cemetery be- sido the grave of her .husband. She loft one other child, Paul Clement, Mason City. 'She formerly lived on a farm she owned a mile west of town. This larm was homesteaded by her father, >Squire Palmer. Three of the pall bearers at her funeral were Henry Meyers, Fred Boyken, and H. C. Schweppo. If. S. Pupils in Music Fest— Memibers of the boys' and girls' glee clubs, the orchestra, and the band went to Algona Monday to practice for. a county inter-high school music festival tbere this week Saturday night. Titonka .pupils as follows have been 'picked to represent our school in each, line of activity: Harold, .Mildred, and Fern Krantz, (Edlthmae .Budlong, Vern Bacon, Kathryn and Wilbur Schram, Donald Callles, Pauline Blakley, Arthur Askin, 'Lois Heifner, (Helen Beed', .Loraine Peterson, Lester Eden, Russell and Elsie Kuchenreuther", Herman Riggert, Edna Ites, Vernelle Zweifel, Eleanor Intermill, Arlo -Larson, George Boekelman, Barbara Ball. The same pupils go this week Saturday afternoon for a final rehearsal.' . Students Have "Steak Fry"— A number of high school students had a "steak fry" In the Nelson timber last week Tuesday night: Donald Banta, Arlo 'Larson, Donald Callies, Harold Krantz, Vern Bacon, Niel ©lack, Wilbur Schram, Loraine Peterson, (Fern and Mildred Krantz, Edlthmae Budlong, Kathryn iSchram, 'Leota Oester- •reicher. 'Donald Bacon and Ethel Wellemeyer were chaperons Pastor's Apiary Still Here- John Gartner, Rowan,, formerly Titonka, was here part of last week, taking care of the Gartner bees. (He returned to Rowan Saturday night. His father, former Titonka Methodist pastor, (built up a large and profitaible . apiary during his service here, and the bees have remained at Titonka ever since. Pupils Hare "Wiener Boast- There was a wiener roast in the Nelson timber Saturday night. Attending: 'Loraine 'Peterson, Edlth- mae Budlong, Lois Heifner, Helen Beed, Barbara Ball, Donald Banta, Donald Callies, Arlo Larson, Merwyn Hansen and Edward Saathoff. Arthur Jay Budlong and Phydelis Peterson were chaperons Burt, Apr. 24—Eighteen friends of the K. J. Smiths surprised them last Thursday evening by taking supper and going to their home. They were: Messrs, and Mesdames W. T. Peters, W. A. MacArthur, C. C. Smith, Al Stable, H. O. Buell, C. W. Patterson, P. F. Kriethe, F. L. Pratt, and D. L. McDonald. The Smiths recently moved to a home '.hey purchased some time ago. Wm. Koestler Birthday Observed— A group of relatives and friends were Sunday dinner guests at William Koestler's, the occasion 'being Mr. Koestler's birthday. Attending: Jacob Koestlers, Blue Earth; the John Koestlers, Titonka; the George Koestlers, the P. W. Kol- lasches, the Otto Laabs family, the Rev. L. ttichmanns, and the Rev. Mr. Becker, Fort Dodge, and his family. Woman's Club Has Program— The Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. J. T. Heaney's, Mrs. J. R. Blossom, assisting; program; roll call, current events; Contemporary Literature, Mrs. O. H. Graham; book review, The Magnificent Obsession, Lloyd C. Douglas, given by Mrs. Al Staehle; music, Mrs. P. F. Kriethe. the mains. Tlio working ed to two-thirds of their rated capacity. It may be necessary to erect a water tower. The Champion had a well written column about the whole matter last week. Two Join Lutheran Church— 'Herman Maahs and W. H. Leehan joined St. Paul's Lutheran church Sunday afternoon at a quarterly meeting at the Lutheran schoolhouse. It was decided that beginning May 1 Sunday services will open at 9:30 a. m. till October 1; also that a Lutheran picnic will be held again this year in the Vaudt grove, 'but the school program will 'be some evening at the schoolhouse. The school lets out Juno 9. Lutheran Y. P. S. Has Social— The Lutheran Y. P. S. had a social at the Lutheran schoolhouse last Thursday evening, and the new minister, the Rev. Walter Discher, and his wife attended. William Ostwald was another guest, and the attendance altogether 'was SO. Teacher Jessen won a .prize in a fish contest. Fourth Will be Celebrated— The annual Fourth of July celebration sponsored by St. Michael's parish will not be abandoned this season. Committees are being .named and details worked out in 'the hope of a bigger event than ever -before. Card Fnrty Sunday Night— Four tables of relatives . and friends had a 600 party Sunday evening at William,Roeber's. Rosella and Harold Voight won high; Ellsworth Heidenwith and Mrs. William' Meyer, a travel prize. Skating lUnk Moved Away— Leo iDahlhauser, Algona, who formerly managed a skating rin.K here, has moved It to Gilmore City, where he has reopened. His last date here was Friday evening, and the floor was crowded. Commeneemenrilonors Awarded— Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Carlisle s daughter has -been chosen valedictorian .for the high school seniors, and Lester Quinn will be saluta- torlan. There are eight seniors. Creamery Employe Is Hurt— Herman Fandel, working at the creamery Saturday evening, sur- fered a gash in the palm of his right hand, and three clips were re- qujred to close the wound. Cars In Contolon Saturday- Cars from Minnesota collided on the paving a mile north of town Saturday noon. None of the occupants were injured, tut the cars were damaged. [•son Kenneth was taken home Fri- iday, after a week at the McCreery I hospital, where he had a mastoid- itis operation. Mr. and Mrs. John Lottman and Edward and John Lottman, all of Jolley, and Mrs. Carl Mattfelt, of Pomeroy, visited Sunday at Maurice Mallory's. J. F. Walker drove to Delavan, Minn., last Thursday to visit his sons Delbert and Harold Walker, who farm-there. 'He returned Saturday. George Carmody played saxophone" with Ray Kruell and His Music "Masters at the armory, Fort Dodge, Saturday night. Kern Elorick, employed at the local creamery, went to Fairmont Saturday to have Ms tonsils removed. Hertha and Florence Boysen, of Ida Grove, visited over Easter at Herman Vaudt's and Herman Cade's. John Ryan, Sioux Falls, visited his brother Tom Saturday. Tom is employed at the Joseph Eisele farm. Mrs. Wm. Duffy and a sister, both of Emmetaburg, visited relatives and old .friends here Friday afternoon. Arthur and Clara Locks spent from last week Wednesday till Friday with relatives at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Potratz, of Westgate, visited over Sunday at the Edward Maahs 'home. Gene Martini and J. S. Cullen were Des Moines business visitors last week Tuesday. The Herman Volghts were Sunday dinner guests at Mike Bowman's. Barber Rusch was confined to bed last week Tuesday with tonsil- itis. The Leo Elberts, Garner, were here Sunday; also the Martin Meyers. Peter Schumacher was a. Mason City business visitor Kriday. C. L. Cavanaugh was a Spencer business visitor Saturday. Miss Lynch visited over Sunday at Ayrshire. Edna Schultz is working at Mike Kollasch's. sri* arsr Scfoalp is manager. Epworth League Holds Meeting— The Epworth League met at the Rev. Fremont Faul's Sunday night, with Willis Phelps and Glenn and I Vornon Larson as hosts. Memliers who attended an institute last summer gave reports. Twenty-five j young people attended the meeting. i Woman's Club Sleets Tonight— The Woman's clu'b meets this week Thursday evening with Mrs. Schoenlien; leader, Mrs. Jay Budlong. The lesson will be on Iowa Parks, and roll call will be on state executive officers. The next meeting will be at Mrs. J. F. Fisher's. Little Girl Still In Hospital- Mr, and Mrs. Ray Budlong and Mrs. Frances Budlong were at Algona Sunday afternoon, calling on the Roy Budlong daughter Betty, who is sti'll at the Kossuth hospital, undergoing treatment for a foot infection. PAGE Housewarmiug at Burt For the K. J. Smiths Burt Floss Shipler got home last Thursday from Chicago, where she visited friends. Dr and Mrs. Ray McCorkle, Algona, visited Sunday evening at H. W- Trainer's. The Fortnightly club meets this week Tuesday at Mrs. W. W. Boettcher's.' The Rev. L. Richmann has been attending a pastoral conference at Fenton. ' ' Titonka The Patrick Larson^ Swea City, were callers at W, J. Denton's Friday evening. K. L. Krantz baa been spending few day* at Chicago. Aiixillnrj' Will Stng'e Play— The Auxiliary had a special meeting Saturday night, and it was decided to present a play, which Fort Dodger Speaks _.. •The Rev. Mr. Becker; 1 of Fort Dodge, spoke at the Lutheran church Sunday morning in the interest of the Home-IFinding society there, of which he is superintendent. Eighty In Music Festival- Eighty high school and Junior high pupils went to Algona Monday afternoon to practice for a county music festival'there next Saturday evening. Myron Sanderson Has Birthday— Twenty-three "relatives and friends were dinner guests at the Fred Lavrenz home Sunday as a surprise In honor of Myron Sanderson's birthday. Aten to Presbytery Meet— The Rev. S. H. Aten went to Rockwell City April 18 to attend a meeting of the Fort Dodge Presbytery. H. A. Thompson went Wednesday. New Son for Ellis Jains- Mr, and Mrs. Ellis Jain are parents of a son, born Sunday. The Jains now have five girls and four boys. Vera Chipman, 18; Party— Monday was Vera Chipman' 18th birthday, and-she entertained seven girl friends. Other Burt News. The R. E. Moyers and lone Moyer took Mrs. Powers, Mrs. Moyer's mother, to Ogden, Sunday,' and there they met Mrs. Powers' son, who took her to her home at Fontanelle. Mrs. Powers .had been making an extended visit here with her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Z. E. Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Pepper, of Des .Moines, and Mrs. Niel Nielson, Spencer, visited Sunday at J. A. Armstrong's, and Mrs. Nielson went to Des Moines with the Armstrongs. J Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson, of New Richland, Minn., came l$st week Wednesday to bring Mrs. W. E. Bleich Sr. for a visit with her sons here. The Andersons went home Friday. Mrs. Mildred Turk and Irene Turk, Clarion, spent Saturday night at M. M. Chipman's, and Mrs. Chipman and her daughter Jo Ann went to Clarion with them Sunday for a visit. The George Manus family and Eleanor Stehle, Northwood, and Ernest Kruger, daughter Ruth, and Luella Bleich were Sunday dinner guests at the H. W. Manus home. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. MacArthur visited the N. A. Whitehursts at Blue Earth Sunday. Mr. Whitehurst was manager of a store here for a time. Bertha Wlese came home last week Wednesday from iLafayette, Minn., where she had worked for some time. She Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Trina Wiese: Mrs. Laura Paine, Mm George Free Jr., and the latter's little daughter, all of Algona, visited Sunday at Mrs. Anna Stow's and H. W. Trainer's. Mrs. W. B. Pratt and her granddaughter, Marilda Pratt, with Mrs. W. T. Fish, Whittemore, went to Balaton, Minn., Friday to visit the L. E. Towns. Mr. and Mrs. Orley Hobson, Fort Dodge, were Sunday guests at D. T. Hobson's. The L. E. Roetmans spent the week-end at O. G. Stow's, Wadena. Mrs. William Skinner, daughter Myrna, and the Perry Swearingers, all of Farnhamville, visited Sunday at J. N. Holding's. Winsome ,Volentine, iSanborn teacher, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Volentine. The girls' Sunday school class taught by Ruth Hodgson met at the Hodgson home Friday evening. Vernon Wallace, Mason City, is working at G. P. Hawcott's. He is Mrs. Hawcott's brother. The William Larsons, of Britt, visited Sunday at the W. R. Chafee and C L. Holding homes. Lura Sewick, Harris teacher, spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs..Lura Sewick. The U & I Circle met 'Friday at Urs. D. T. Hobson's, Mrs. G. P. rlawcott, assisting. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ladendorff fished at Lost Island lake Sunday. •will be coached by Craven. Mrs, M. S. County Kebeknhs to Come— Rebekahs here will entertain the county Rebekahs this week Friday. There will be afternoon and evening sessions. John Isebrand to Clinic— John Isebrand went to Iowa City last week Wednesday to go through a clinic for his eyesight. Town Team Defeats Wesley— The town ball team played Wesley Sunday, and won, 8-3. Other Titonka News, Arthur Jay Budlong, Phydelis, Loraine Woodrow, and Mrs. Peterson were at Algona last Thursday night. Harley Hansen, who bad been in a hospital at Iowa City a few weeks, has come home. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bonacker entertained their bridge club last week Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Pendergast entertained their bridge club last Thursday evening. BRIGHT WOMAN LOST20POUNDS FEEIS MUCH BETTEK "June 28th, 1932; <I started taking Kruschen Salts. Have lost 20 pounds from June '28th to Jan. 10. Feel better than have felt for four yeju's. Was under doctors care for soveral months. He said I had gall stones and should have operation. Kruschen did all and more than I expected." Mrs. Lute Bright, Walker, Minn. (Jan. 10, 1933). To lose fat and at the same time gain in physical attractiveness and feel spirited and youthful take one half teaspoonful of Kruschen in a glass of hot water hefore breakfast every morning, A Jar that lasts 4 weeks costs but a trifle at ®. W. iLus'by. A. >H. Borchardt's, or any drugstore in the world tout be sure and get Krusc en Salts tie 6AFJ0 way to reduce wide hips, prominent front a double chin and again feel the joy of living—money 'back if dissatisfied after tie first Jar. ' Specials CouncilOak Your Friend at Meal Time Rolled Oats 9 pound bag — Superb Mustard, quart jar Wheaties, 2 pkgs. Skippy bowl free. Grape Nut Flakes, per pkg. Red Pitted Cherries, 2 No. 2 cans ,_ Campbell's Tomato Soup, 2 cans Malt Syrup, per can _. — Powdered Sugar, 2 pound bag —_—__ Garden Seeds, per pkg. ' Pickled Pigs Feet, pint jar Strawberries, heavy syrup, No. 2 can _.— Pearl Barley, per pound Picnic Hams, hock- less, per pound : Chocolate Caramels, per pound _________ American Lye, 3 cans ^___ 15c 15c 25c e. 8c 25c 15c 35c 13c 4c 15c 15c 7 1 /2C 10c 12c 256 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 ^^^^^^^^^^""•""''^"^^••'•'•••••^•••••••^•••••••^••B Cut Rate Grocery First Door West of Swifts New potatoes 3 n, s . Raisins 3 u, s . 9 C Picnic Hame \]) B> g c Bacon Squares ij,., 8c Prunes 2 Ibs. lie Toilet Paper 3 ro n s g c Sliced Peaches, No. 10 can 89c Old Nick Candy Bars 3 for Oc Tasty Flake Crackers 1 2 11). carton 19c Honey 2 cakes 17c Breakfast Food, 8 varieties 3 for 25c "Busiest Little Store in Town" Special! Car Washed and Greased Top Dressed, FREE S1.7S Batteries Charged Two days rental FREE Clapp's Master Service West of Courthouse Call 26 Clean Cotton Rags Wanted-Advance HERE COMES NEWS OF REDUCED MOTORING COSTS! Now- The Standard Oil Company announces Reduced Motor Oil Prices —Elective Immediately I ISO-VIS. POLARINE was was PERQT, *fP/us T*x) STANOLIND Coming Soon "The Standard Oil Company will disclose an important achieve* ment in automotive lubrication. • Watch this newspaper for facts abou t a new product that >vill lengthen the life cf jour car. STANDARD OIL C O M P A L*i,I9 S!iT»l««TOHf

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