Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1933 · Page 3
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California Top Slips Tailored or lace top Panel or Ruffled Curtains They're extra wide 98c type and every cur-' win fabric — self-figured nn !r fiay colored mar- Wtoette In floral designs — al ored types - novelty nets t af n c f ement Panels. Cur,° r every room ln ^e in this sale MEN'S SHIRTS 15c Fast Color PBINTS 80 square construction. Priced at lOc BEER Wholesale Jobbers Hamm's Preferred Stock Schmidt's City Club Fox Head by jobbers in Algona and vicinity. & Parsons Co. 3 ° NA ' . Phone 222 fiTTCU LEDYARD H, S, SENIORS GIVE 3 ACTCOMEDY Ledyard, May 2— This week Friday evening the high school seniors will present their play, a three-act comedy, The Hoodoo by Walter Ben Mare. There are 18 seniors, and each has a part. Following is the cast Irvin Klinksiok; Billy Marvin .Junkormelor; Brighton Early, Jackson, Professor (lia -..,,-, Willis Dyer; Hemachus hpiggot, Lavern Edwards; Malachi M "-k, Paul Nitz; Mr. Dun, Dale 3; Mrs. Porrlngton Shine, Ly- Logemann; Gwendolyn Per• •••si.on -Shine, Lois Link; Dodo de Graft, Eleanor Sanders; Mrs. Ima tlmger Lumetta Reece; Angelina, Ernm Barslou; Doris Ruffles, Fern Lewis; Mrs. Semeramls Spiggot, Msie Schwartz; Eupepsia Spiggot! Irene Schwartz; Miss longnecker, Mary Miller; Lu Lu, Louise Friest; Amyl Lee, Thelma Friest; Aunt Paradise, Crystal Berglund. Pupils in Music 1'est— The George Lootts, the Ed Hal- vorsons, the A. E. Lauritzens, Mrs James Welfare, Mrs. Cecil Peterson, the V. A. Varretts, Misses Kit- oy, Granner, and Stranahan, Frank Moulton, and Harold Granner at- .enclecl county inter-school music festival at Algona Saturday night. The following Ledyard pupils were •eprosented in orchestra or band 1 vonneth Thompson, Tilmer <Hal- 'orson, Paul Holcomb, Lillian and rvm Klinksiek, Marvin and Esther Junkermoier, Lydia Logemann, Fern Lewis, Lillian Sanders, Aleitha Brack, Alice Hagge, Crystal Boi-Rlund, Roland Smith, Doris Welfare, Mildred Vaughn, Ella and Albert Goetz, Adah and Mali Telkamp, and Paul Nitz. Magazine Subscriptions Solicited— Last Thursday Mrs. A. 'E. Lauritzen accompanied a representa- (tive of The Farmers Wife, St. Paul, in a canvass of the town, Mrs. Blanche Jenks accompanied the age.nt on a trip in the country. They .realized $13 for the Methodist Aid. It will be of interest to Ledyarders to know that the parents of F. W. Beckman, editor of Farmer's Wife, farmed here for a time 40 years ago. Mr. Beckmann was then attending the state university and was closely associated with W. C. Dewel, now editor of the Advance. Later he served as managing editor of the Des Moines Register, and then as head of the agricultural journalism department at Ames. II. S. jS'inc Defeats Elmore— The local high school ball team played Elmore here Friday and won, 6-2. Marvin Junkermeier and Jack Moulton pitched for Ledyard, and Irvin Klinksiek caught. Alfred Lloyd played first, Leonard Warner, second; Kenneth Thompson, short; Dale Estle, third; Paul Nitz, Tilmer Halvorson, and Paul Holcomb, field. Xext Week Commencement Week— The Rev. Father Sturm will preach the annual -baccalaureate sermon next Sunday night. Next Tuesday night will be "class night," with an evening's free intertain- ments. The annual commencement exercises will take place next week Thursday. Mrs. Miiyne Home from Idaho- Mrs. Jas. Mayne got home from Boise, Ida., last week Tuesday. She was called there by news of the serious sickness of her father, who is now somewhat improved. "Dud" Jeiiks to Omaha- Mr, and Mrs. C. T. Junkins re- 7 Union Schools Have Even 100 Boys & Girls ,'I Jn |£"- T , wp " May 2— A glimpse at — TT ft >, AlltbJ the enrollment in schools this year Union's seven Is interesting. .. _ , — --— . •No. 1 .had 18 pupils till March 1, 21 since; No. 2, 10; No. 3,4; No. 4, 17 till March 1, IB since; No. 6, 20; No. 6, 10 till March 1, 11 since; No 7, 23 to March 1, 19 since. Some schools have all eight grades. Every teacher receives $80 a month. Several farm publications, as Wallaces Farmer, Prairie Farmer, and ihe Farmer's Wife, have suggested fewer but better rural schools. I hose papers advocate closing some schools and transporting pupils to other schools. According to their plans, no child would be more than two miles from school. . T. A. Honors Union Teacher _ The Dlst. No. 4 Parent-Teacher association met at the schoolhouse Friday evening to honor the teacher, Mrs. Gertrude Sage-Ackerman, who is completing five years of teaching in this school. Families who had moved to other localities were invited, and an assembly of 60 played cards, heard a short program, and ate a two-course tray unch. A gift was presented to Mrs. Ackerman. Rain Welcomed by Farmers— A gentle mist which increased to a rain Saturday night was welcomed by farmers. Field work has »«. disagreeabie this spHng^bT- B. ScJZck's s ne'e tinues unseasonably cold. Special School Board Session— The township school board met for a special session last Thursday night at D. C. Gardner's. Mrs. Gardner is secretary; A. M. Gustafson, president; Clair Winkle, W. I. Dodds, Earl Taylor, D. C. Gardner, John Sabin, and Mrs. A. B. 'Schenck, directors. Several other patrons were present. Much Alfalfa Wlnter-Killcd— Many farmers are reporting that their alfalfa was winter-killed. They find it necessary to readjust plans and provide hay by planting other crops, as soy beans. Other Union News. Mr. and Mrs. 'Rudolph Will and their daughter Martha and Alice attended a shower last week Tuesday evening honoring .Bertha Knecht, who was married that morning to David Mathahs. The shower was given by the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Knecht, who Ijve on a farm on McGregor street, ' Algona, extended. The Rudolph Wills attended a surprise birthday party last week Wednesday evening at Fred Gib- kin's, Plum Creek. The party honored Mrs. Gibkin, a niece of Mrs Will. Florence Goetz, employed at A report the rain near Algona. The weather con- W, H, M, S, AT Lli VERNE HAS MITE OPENING iLu Verne, May 2— The annual W. H. M. S. mite-box opening took )lace last Thursday at Mrs. W. F. Godfrey's. Mrs. Maynard Spooner ed a devotional period, and Mrs. H, E. Peitzke had the Scrap Book selections. Readings, The Mite 3ox, by Mrs. What 'Shall I M. Spooner, and Answer Jesus?, by turned to their home at Omaha Saturday, taking F. S. Jenks (Dad) with them. 10c Mrs. Albert Barnes Sick— Mrs. Albert Barnes is sick with the flu. She consulted Doctor Devine Saturday. Methodist Choir Plans Program— The Methodist choir is working on a "Seth Parker" program. Other Ledvard News. George Dunn, Gerald Warner, and Harold Warner were at Algona last Thursday evening; also the L. C. Strands and Connie Garry. Mrs. Charles Gable went down the same day with Mrs. Victor Inland, Swea City. Last week Wednesday Mesdames Roy Link, D. B. Mayer, Glen Yahnke, and Howard Mayne attended an Algona district meeting of the W. F. M. S. at Fenton. Mrs. Blanche Jenks and Clifford drove to Yale Sunday to get Mrs. Laura Niester, who had been 'visiting a sister weeks. there for several 'Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Gable, Mrs. Charles Gable, her daughters, and Marjorie Mayer called at Lakota and Buffalo Center Sunday after- monia. ler. noon. Glenn Yahnke and Vance Oatley, with Julius Jenson and a Mr. Yahnke, Buffalo Center, drove to Pairfleld last week Tuesday. Mrs. Ella Gelhaus is critically sick and threatened with pneu- Doctor Devine is caring for . Francis Yahnke spent the weekend with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Julia Jenson, Buffalo Cen- sr. Barbara Wylam and Miss Strahn, Swea City, called at D. B. Mayer's and L. W. Wiemer's Saturday. William Flynn, Tice Brack, Wiliam Wenzell, and D. B. Mayer were at Algona last week Tuesday. Floyd Hamm, Madelia, Minn., vis- ted his mother, Mrs. August Sprank, last week Monday. The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson, Dakota, were supper guests at Ralph Olson's Friday. The opertta, Love Pirates of Hawaii, given Friday evening, drew a arge audience. William JFlynn's parents, of Buffalo Center, came Sunday for a week here. Mrs. Bay Link entertained her sewing circle last week Monday evening. Nick Behrends, Lakota, called at D A. Carpenter's last Thursday ivening. The Methodist Aid meets this week Thursday with Mrs. William Green. The Paul Zielskes have had ae v daughter since April M. lunice Thompson, were given, and Mrs. Ray Stone and Mrs. Peter Thompson conducted a mite-box lemonstration. Josephine Holdcroft -sang When He Cometh, and a playlet, Christina Columbus, a lew American, was given by Helen Cuebler, Eunice Thompson, Dorothy Lund, and Maxine Sidney. For the mite-box opening, the boxes were placed on a toy train, and on a trip through U. S. and its possessions a box was left at each station. Mrs. Wortle, of Hubbard, was a guest. lienona Jfeal 4-H Hostess— The Loyal Workers 4-H club and the leader were entertained at Benona Neal's Friday evening. Favorite color combinations ,for rooms were given in response to roll call, and after a business meeting the following program was given: Our Indian Music, iBertha Bowman; Wall Finishes; Cora Mae Masterson; demonstration on hooked rugs, Elsie Hunt; Health and Its Relation to Home Furnishing, Mrs. .Robert Masterson. Music memory and picture memory contests were discussed. Fifteen members and eight parents were present. The next meeting will be the first afternoon meeting of the year, May 31, with Elsie Hunt. Health Day Program Given— A health day program was given Friday, when the J. J. club met a the country home of Mrs. Bernan Wolf. Jjjach member gave an Iowa law concerning health in response to roll call, 'Rural vs. city healtr ^was discussed by Mesdames Alber and Walter Hefti, on the rura health side, and Mrs. L. Eustace and H. Lichty on -the city health side. Mrs. Jesse Lindebak conducted a social hour. Fourteen members and four guests, Mrs. S. Klassi ST., and Mrs. Klassie, Renwick and Mrs. William Miller and Mrs Wilrna Mosher were present. Ep. leaguers Conduct Services— The senior Epworth Leaguers had charge of Sunday evening Methodist services and presented the first of a series of religious discussions. This was on the first miracle of Christ, changing water to wine at the marriage at Cana Taking part were Mrs. Ray Stone Fern Barton, Dorothy Lindebak, Armintha Johnson, Frank Hartley, and Richard Niver. A missionary play given at a W. H. M. S. meeting was repeated, and there was special music. Club Meets In the Country— Mrs. John Voss entertained the Tuesday club at her country home last week Tuesday, 14 members attending. Iowa birds and their characteristics were told • in response to.joll call, and Mrs. Albert Genrich read a paper on Iowa History, while an article on auto rules was reviewed by Mrs. J. O. Marty. The hostess, assisted by her daughter, Emma, served, refreshments. The next regular meeting will foe held on May 17 instead of on May 9. Four New Babies Reported— A 9%-lb. girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Merkle last week Tuesday, and a 11-lb. boy to Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Jones Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Henderson, formerly Lu Verne, but now of Livermore, became parents of a girl last week Tuesday, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lothringer, Moorland, have had a new son since Friday. Hildegarde Lothringer is at Moorland. Party Attends Missionary Meet— The Rev. and Mrs. David Lang', Mesdames Henry and William Marty, Fred Merkle, Walter Heftl, arid Fred Schmidt, and Florence Hof, Elsie Haskell, Emma Marty, Esther Merkle, and Anna Woito attended a district woman's missionary convention at the 'First Evangelical church, Fort Dodge, last week Wednesday. Mrs. Merkle Is president ol the local society. Drys Hold Precinct Caucus—* to help with home. the .housework at a A caucus to protest repeal of the L8th amendment was held at the Evangelical church Friday even- Ing. The Rev. William Baddeley served 95 ohalrinan. An ojpen dls- cussion was held, and 0. S. Lund was elected precinct chairman Mrs. H. E. Peitzke, Mrs. F. I. Chapman, and Florence Hof were chosen to serve as judges and clerks of the election June 20. Vernon Senior Piny Tonight- Vernon Consolidated senior play will be given this week Thursday evening at the school auditorium. There are six boys and six girls in the class. The play is The Whole Town's Laughing. The Juniors entertained the seniors at a banquet at the Humota colonial tea room, Humboldt, Friday night. Two'Teachers Are Hired— At a meeting of the school board last week contracts were given to Hazel Leupold, of Superior, as high school teacher and to Aleta J. Malmberg, of Newton, 5th and 6th grade teacher. Miss Leupold is attending Iowa State college, and Miss Malmberg is teaching at Clar- Methodist Official Board Meets—The Methodist official board and the families had a basket lunch at •the parsonage Sunday after morning services, and in the afternoon the work of the church was discussed and plans laid. About 45 were in attendance, Named Delegate to Conference—; Esther Merkle has ibeen chosen delegate from the 'Evangelical church to the annual conference opening May 10 at Manly. Academic TestslfexTWeek- All .high school pupils and seventh and 8th graders will take state academic tests at the local school next week Tuesday. Other Lu Verne News. The Rev. A. J. Koonce, F. I Chapman, W. B. Mason, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty, and Mrs. -Le< Lichty attended a semi-annua meeting of the Fort Dodge Presby tery at Rockwell City last -week Tuesday, and Pastor Koonce re mained for sessions Wednesday. Mrs. Harold Phillips attended a county federation meeting at La kota last week Tuesday. She had accompanied her sister, Dorothy Helmick, to Estherville the Sun day before, and had spent tw< days there. George Stoddard, Renwick, un derwent another operation for sinus trouble at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, last week Monday, and is recovering at his home He is Mrs. William Bigings' father Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dornberger Huron, S. D.,' went home last Thursday. Mrs. 'Dornberger hat spent three weeks at her parental home, recovering from an operation. Mrs. Barbara Lothringer visited several days at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner, Algona, last week. Eddie Meiers had word Saturday of the serious sickness of his father, Charles Meiers, at Atkins, Minn. John Wermersen and Mrs. Mary Muckey, Algona, spent last Thursday at Dick Wermersen's. Four Corners The Four Corners M. & D. club meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Eula Rich, roll call to be answered with current events. A musical program will be given, and the committee in charge will be Leona Walker, Iva Witham, and Edna Mitchell. The school In No. 7, Union township, had a'vacation last Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Genevieve Genrich, Algona, is teacher. The Mesdames Arthur Cruikshank, Jack Ditsworth, Pearl Pot- ;er, and John Rich attended a federated woman's club meeting at Lakota last week Tuesday. The John Kollasches and Elaine Wilson, Whittemore, were visitors, at George Kane's and Edward Rich's a week ago jSunday. The Frank Kollasches and the John Wilsons, also Whittemore, spent Sunday evening -with the Riches. The John Sabins were callers at Fred (Plumb's' a week ago Sunday afternoon, and the Lurhl Fesslers, itingsted, were dinner guests at J. ?. Nickerson's. Mr. and Mrs. John Rich spent Sunday with Mrs. Rich's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson, Al- — r .__. a couple of days last week with the William iUches. She Is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Rich. L.. J. iLpwman got home from Illinois (Friday. His son Ira accompanied him. The John Oettmans, Mason City, were visitors at John SaWn's last Saturday, and left Sunday for Fairmont to see relatives ol 'Mrs. ;ona. 'Edith Sabtn spent LAKOTA CLUB PLANS ESSAY H, S JONTEST 'Lakota, May 2— Mrs. W. E. Ley was hostess to the Acorn club last Thursday afternoon. A committee, Mrs. F. O. Johnson, Mrs. H. H. Murray, and Mrs. I. E. Wortman, was appointed to make detailed plans for an essay contest for local high school pupils with a prize of $2 for first and fl for second. The same committee will help the teachers In. placing the most outstanding boy and girl in high school, each of whom will receive a ' cash prize. Delegates were elected to the biannual .at Mason City this week. Mrs. F. O. Johnson and Mrs. W. E. Ley, delegates, Mesdames R. Hamquist, Art Schissel, and W. E. Gutknecht, alternates. Roll call was answered with South American Exports. Mrs. Art Schissel was leader on South America, and was assisted by other club members. Mrs. Wortman gave a talk on Venezuela, Mrs. F. O. Johnson on Peru, Mrs. Murray on Argentina, !Mrs. Schissel on Chill and Brazil, and a discussion followed. The printing committee had the new calendars ready for distribution. The study next year will be Reflections and Inspirations of Great Rivers. County Federation Meets Here — Women of the Kossuth county Federation of Women's clubs met at Lakota Tuesday last week with 71 attending. .The Lakota and Swea ity clubs were hostesses, and 11 PAGE THRBII and vice president, respectively; Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel, of Hurt, secretary, and Mrs. H. E. Woodward, of Whittemore, treasurer. A splendid 'program was given, composed o! instrumental music, solos, duets An octette sang two numbers, Mrs I. E. Wortman gave a review of the book Jabwiga — Poland's Great Queen, by Charlotte Kellogg, and Mrs. J. «. Warner gave -a talk on current school topics. The October meeting will be in charge of the Titonka, Burt, and Fenton clubs. Attend Missionary Meet— Mesdames F. O. Johnson, Harry Moe, and A. Q. Smith and Lorraine Smith went to Fenton last week Wednesday to attend the Algona district W. F. M. S. convention. The Fenton women served lunch at the noon hour. Mrs. Shryver, of Lake Park, and Josephine Liers were the main speakers. Miss Liers spent 18 years in Evangelistic missionary work in India. Mr. Moe took 'Beth Hamqulst, Sylvia Koppen, Miss Awe, and Eleanor Moe down to attend the Standard Bearers banquet and meeting in the evening. Miss Awe Is leader of the Lakota Standard Bearers. Lakota's are the youngest in of the 16 clubs were represented. Mrs. W. T. Peters, of Burt, was elected county delegate to attend the 'bi-annual meeting at- Mason IUty May 2-3-4. Mrs. J. H. War- ourton, (Lakota, and Mrs. Stone, Lu Verne, -were re-elected president organizations the group. Seniors Are Entertained— Mrs. Otto Koppen and Mrs. Elmer Darg entertained the 11 high school seniors and Miss Lockwood at a jigsaw jamboree at Darg's Friday night. The young folks worked puzzles and Sylvia Koppen and Vera Harberts each won a Jigsaw as a prize. They also staged a jigsaw hunt which furnished much merriment. Lunch was served at three tables covered with green table cloths and green napkins, and an American Beauty rose were favors for each. Smiths to Go to Farm — Emory Smith will work on the farm for Charles Eggerth this summer. If a suitable .house can be moved out on the farm Mr. and Mrs. Smith will live there. Mrs* 'Smith has teen part time telephone, operator at the local exchange tor a number of years, and will continue her work there for a time *fe least. Missionary Gives Program- Mr. Mayer, a Lutheran Missionary from India, gave a talk to th« , high school students a week Friday. He had with him a ago fin* collection, of curios from India and. explained their uses. He displayed a raincoat made of fibre and gown* worn by the native women. County Dry Leader Talks— W. S. Windell, county chairmart of Kossuth Allied Temperance- Forces, was here a week ago Tuesday lining up the precinct meetings for the election of delegates to the convention at Algona May 8.. He gave a short talk before th» Federated club meeting. Fred Cutler Is Dead — E. R. Worley received word Friday of the death of Fred Cutler, his half sister's husband, who lived at Aredale. The Worleys went to Mason City Saturday, where they visited -Mrs. Worley's parents and on Sunday attended funeral services at Aredale. Gallstones Patient Improved Mrs. August Gutknecht, who ha* >een suffering with gall bladder trouble, is much improved, but U still confined to her bed much of the time. Farmer's Knee Is Injured— Orville Buffington, east of town farmer, severely injured his knea last week while ringing a large hog. He is walking with a crutch. Other Lakota Hews. Bill Clemans is the new assistant at the local postoffice. Mrs. Bargar has been assistant since Mr. Bargar was appointed postmaster. Mrs. Jerry Ukena was ill last week with intestinal flu, but is recovering. & r • ^ I > . " -— XS " ^N / / HERE COMES SOMETHING NEW IN MOTOR OIL S (HIS The Anti -Sludge Motor Oil New •dSO for motors, greater economy, IS latest achievement of Standard Oil lubrication engineers fa t*»e longest, hardest, hottest driving -• longer-lasting oil -the most economical AM lubrication you can buy today. Try it! LOW is ready for you today... the first non- eludging motor oil... Iso=Vis "D." This perfected lubricant is the result of a totally new process in oil refining — the Chlorex Extraction Process, developed by the Standard Oil Company (Indiana). And before it was put on the market, Iso=Vi8 "D" was subjected to more than 1,250,000 miles of day-by-day driving, in 51 different types of motor vehicles. These tests left no room for doubt. Iso=Vis "D" has something! 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