Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1933 · Page 3
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«tt •--•; 9—A large crowd ,__-jerai services for Ger- Diirf-Monday ttornlng at St. .Catholic church. Requiem **i Sung fey the Rev. J. F. i, and burial was made in Jdhh's Cemetery. Honorary pall __Wettf were Walter and Edward Mescher, Harry Mescher, Dyers- lllif Ludwlg Dlers, Granvllle; flncent Mescher and Cletus Fum- iifef/fNew 1 Vienna; actives—Edwin wtVi&l* e J° Mman> J . ohn John - Jtdmer Olson, Frank Cogley, Leander Vaske. Gerhard was borti March 28, 1899, and died Fri- ay morning of ruptured appendix. Jesldes his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jlem Dlers, he IS survived by three listers and three brothers: Mrs, jee.;'Ol«on, Lakota; Frances, Rita, - "' Clarence, and George. [Dress- iing new, skin 12V2C S—=HS i*AT LONG'S LONG'S ^_MW^ Class Shop |^e want you to fruit cookies lOc 25c otato Chips, BANCROFT Des Moines £ditor Approves Murtagh; Scores Hew System JCQ88UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQOKA. IOWA PAGE SENIORS If the state of Iowa is to have a comptroller of Its finances a comptroller vested with extraordinary and almost dictatorial powers, and if that comptroller >s to be a democrat, we know of no one in the state who will be able to fill the post with better whom Governor Just appointed. 'Herring has If Mr. Murtagh turns out to be a despot, in the handling of the funds of the state, we are sure he will prove to be a benevolent despot, and that he will conduct the office with fairness to all concerned, and Without favor, political or otherwise. However, we remain of the opinion that the office of comptroller for the state of Iowa was a needless wheel attached to the machinery of state government. We hold to the opinion that Iookies, some• Ib 19c fly for pic- ! cans for 15c i'jbr' your pic- [ifinger ale, paper , lOc olives, _ lOc pickles, 111, cold meats of ' Uruits. " ' it;our 10 and 15; Is Baskets.' 4 "' editor seed po- ic's GROCERIES " ona JnnIor«SenIor Banquet— The St. John's juniors entertained th*4 seniors and the iRevs. 3. F. Schultes and Henry Pick at a ban- QUet In the auditorium last week Wednesday night. The Rev. Henry s lck v wa« toastmaster. There are !3> juniors and 17 seniors Seniors are Lucille Dyer, Emmet Devine, rtildred \Delterlng, Antoinette Hart, Slleen .Walsh, Agnes Schiltz, Dorohy Schiltz, Celeste Trenary, Jeanette. Miller, Edward Mescher, Frank 3rink, Edmund Ford, Paul Simmons;* -Richard Welp, Charles Quinn, (Bernard Dahlhauser, and Anna Lampe. Commencement exer- cises'will be held Sunday afternoon, May 28, and the seniors will •wear caps and gowns. B. 8. Planning Commencement— v The high school will hold commencement exercises at the auditorium Thursday, May 26, and the Rev. Henry Pick will give the address. The graduates are Marietta Gilbertson, Cevilla Caylor, Veronica Cowing, Hilda Johnson, and Avis Taylor. The Junior-senior .banquet will be held Tuesday, May 16, at the schoolhouse. The six members of> the faculty are invited to the' banquet. The high school teachers "are Supt. G. D. Hart, Coach Harold Pohlman, and Georgia Carmean. Bryden is -Dry Delegate— (Dry forces here held a caucus last-week Monday evening at the Baptist church, and the Rev. C. E. Bryden was chosen delegate to attend a county convention at Algona this week'Monday at the Methodist church. A new set of election officials is needed for the special June 'election, and John Nyman was chosen as Judge here, with Mrs. C. IB. Bryden and R. E. Goddard as" clerks, High' Cream Checks Issued— The ten highest cream checks for the first two weeks In April were given to Henry Lampe, $95; Leo Be'rnhard, $61.80; J. J. Nurre; $57,10; John Wesselman, $54.57; F. HI-Mescher,-$46.72; Maurice Bernhard, |*5.27; Anton stork, $35.90; Edward Droessler, $35.53; H. K. Lampe, $35.35; and Jos. Vaske, $35.20. - The Bancroft creamery paid 24c for butterfat. Attend Farewell for Priest- Mr, and Mrs, 1 Bernard Brink and the latter's mother, Mrs. Herman Erickson, drove to, St. 'Benedict last week*'Tuesday evening to attend a farewell ^ party for the Rev. B. H. Loeffelholz, , Mrs. Erickson had been here since the birth of her grandson, John Shea, Jr., and she returned: to her home at St. Benedict Sunday! Barber Has Acute Indigestion— • John;, Williams, local barber, suffered, an attack of acute indigestion Saturday evening and was confined to bed lor several days. Bother Bancroft News. Edw, Hendrickson, ,of Mason City, spent; Saturday and Sunday at William Quinn's. Mrs, Quinn, her 'three gtrls, and Margaret Miller visited the C. W. Millers at Lu Verne Monday/ .Mrs. Quinn and Margaret are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Miller. Margaret is employed at the telephone office, Mason City, but i» having a two weeks vaca- The Advance does not neces- Jal, approve what Is sold, except that the remarks concerning Mr. Murtngli arc endorsed. there was no occasion for such a radical departure from the long established system of state government, which has kept the control of state finances within, the realms of constitutional 'limitations, and in the hands of the state legislature, and the state auditor and state treasurer, constitutional officers. 'All the duties devolving upon the comptroller, as we understand the new law, have in the past devolved upon the auditor of state and the treasurer of state. The auditor of state has kept an account with every office and department of the state, as well as with all legislative funds and accounts. He has also kept a close account with the treasurer of state, and has kept in constant contact with the treasurer in frequent balances and settlements. 'For 75 years of statehood this method of handling the financial accounts of the state has proven successful and satisfactory. For 7« years the constitution of the state has been strictly observed, the legislatures have conducted their business of making laws and appropriations for state government, and the constitutional officers of the state have devoted themselves to the execution of those laws, and the handling of those appropriations. No scandal has attached to either the auditor's or the treasurer's office during all that time, In the handling of the state's financial affairs, as provided for by the various general assemblies. For 75 years of our statehood we have adhered strictly to the constitutional provision that the executive, the Judicial and the legislative powers of the state must be free and Independent of each other. Now we are departing from that constitutional inhibition. The door has been opened by the passage of the state comptroller bill, and If those outsiders, non-residents of the state, who have come here to set up a new and largely theoretical system of state government, have their way, we will undoubtedly find the door not only ajar, but it will be pried wide open to let all fads and fancies drive through Just like that -famed "twenty mule team" of the borax corporation. It is too bad, before the present system of state government is disorganized and destroyed, that we do not have some way in which the matter of the constitutionality of such acts as the comptroller bill can be taken to the supreme court lor that body's interpretation. (Either something of that kind should be done, or else our entire constitution should be repealed. It seems to matter very little to most of us, anyhow. ;NO Ledyard, May 9—Commencement exercises will be held this week Thursday evening, and following is the program: processional, Mrs. V* A. Barrett; invocation, the Rev F.. O, Johnson; music, mixed chorus; presentation acceptance, of key, Fern Lewis; Tllmer Halvorson; Former Union Youth Weds St. Paul Girl IDAY! baseball tion, Oeorge Anderson, Mason , City, „,„ days last week with --.„-„- »t,tiedyard and the B, M. Gardners Sere. The Andersons are moving to Chicago soon. Mrs, Anderson Is a daughter of Mrs. Gard. Jos, Jenks took her sister, feljey, home to (Port 'Dodge Sajurday, Mr^ Holley bad visited s Sun4ayr ^t da y n °°, n had dinner with their 4rove to CWj cafo*l«ft,Tnursday,for a visit of aeverjtl weeks. His wife has been, ,two Henry , The Region ,AH*Hl»ry met her parents, last evening at the jjpme of assisting and ;; 5 A, Sawders, family fPent • - ' - "ge. and visited Mrs, Welp is Mrs, Sawn-; AUa, mm BURT SCHOOL TO END YEAR ONMAY16TH Burt, May 9—'Commencement exercises will be held at the Presbyterian church next week Tuesday evening. The program is • divided into three parts as follows:' Part 1—A Glimpse Into the Future (Time 1953); Crystal Gazer, Paul Kriethe Jr.; Seeker of the Future, Charles Hanna; bass solo, Einer Morness; Balcony Scene from Romeo and Juliet, Rachel Clapsaddle and Ronald Elyidge; campaign address, Hugh McDonald; reading, Marguerite Elliot; cornet solo, Edwin Manus; piano solo, iLucile Sewick; vocal solo, Viola Riddle. Part 2—'Piano interlude, Mrs. P. F. Kriethe. Part 3—'Processional; music, senior girls' sextette; salutatory; music, senior boys' octette; valedictory; music, mixed quartette; awarding of diplomas, Mrs. Maude Hanna; music, senior class chorus. The graduating class is composed of Denton Thaves, Einer Morness, Viola and Ruby Riddle, Edwin Manus, Maurice Coffin, Barlene Stott, Paul Kriethe Jr., Charles Hanna, Donald Elvidge, Ellene Nelson, Gerald Bahling, Melbourn Mansmith, Hazel Godden, Gardner Patterson, Lois and Kenneth Graham, Marguerite Elliot, Henry Ewoldt, iLucile Sewick, Mabel Gustafson, Hugh McDonald, Rachel Clapsaddle, and Beulah Gif ford, Banquet Has Indian Theme-; The Junior-senior banquet 'Was held in the high school auditorium last vyeek Wednesday evening, .The room was decorated to represent an Indian camp scene, and the toast program and favors carried out the Indian theme. The program was: Pipe of Peace, Joseph Graham; Wigwam, Melbourne Mansmith; Wampum, Pearl Woltz; War Dance, Paul Kriethe Jr.; Big Hunt, Sarah Schroeder; violin solo, Elizabeth Rash; senior class history, JZola Giddlngs; music, boys', octette; senior class will, Rachel Clapsaddle; vocal solo, Anna Oyer- gaard; a shadograph, A Cannibal Love Affair, by the juniors. Algonft Woman Is Honored— A family-gathering was held at Mrs. Anna Stow's Sunday in honor of her daughter, Mrs. Laura Paine,, Algona, who leaves this week for an extended visit in California. Those attending were the J. P. and iF. O. Stow families,, the C. IL. Phelps and Clarence M°°re families, W. T, Trainer, Mrs, Paine, and her daughter, Mrs. Geo. Free and baby. Baccalaureate Mrs. J. E, Clifton, Mrs. Rpetman, Mrs. J. G. Sewick, Mrs. G, L. Carroll, and Mrs. A: G. Volentine attended a district W. H. H. S. convention at EsthervWe Tuesday. Mrs. Clifton and Mrs.-Roetinan will live a demonstration as a part 01 ior class play Friday evening. The play, The Alley Daffodil, was well given, as were also several short numbers. Mrs. Peters Has Operation— Mrs. W. T. Peters was operated on at her home Saturday morning. Mrs. Opal Morrison, Lu Verne teacher, spent the week-end with her. Baccalaureate Sunday— The baccalaureate sermon will be given at the Methodist church Sunday evening. The Rev. S. H. Aten will deliver : the sermon. Patient In Algona Hospital- Mrs. Ed Moyer was taken to an ,Algona hospital a week ago Sunday, where she is being treated for heart trouble. Other Burt News. Mrs. W. T. Peters, Mrsi P. Rubey, Ruth Hodgson, Mrs. ,G. Carroll, Mrs. «. r O. Buell, Mrs. K J. Smith, Mrs. P. L. Dremmol, and Mrs. J. W. Dorrance attended the Itate Federation of Woman's clubs meeting at Mason City last week or one or more days. Corinne Nemmers, of Bancroft pent Sunday at J. H. Graham's, Mr. and Mrs. Max'Bbrchardt, o Fargo, N. D., visited last Thursday at the Rev. L. Richmann's. Mrs Borcbardt and Mrs. Rlchmann were girlhood friends. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Heaney an< son Fred came Wednesday to vlsl at J. T. Heaney's. Mrs. Heaney and son returned to Kiester, Minn Friday, and the Heaneys took Mr Heaney's father home Sunday. , Selina Clifton, working in Mason ity, spent the week-end with he: song, Senior quartet; presentation of scholarship, Supt. A. (B, Laurlt- zen; clarinet solo, V. A. Barrett; address, W. R..(Hamilton, president Mason City business, college; presentation of class, Supt. LaUritzen; presentation of diplomas, Geo. D. Moulton, school board president; violin trio, Adah Telkamp, Ella Goetz, Alice Hagge. School Events NexlTWeek— This week Thursday afternoon at the high school letters and awards will be given to pupils who have earned .them, and Mr. Hamilton commencement speaker, will give a short talk. Next Monday evening the Purple and Gold Activity association will give a banquet honoring pupils who have taken part in various school activities. Following the banquet there will be a program to which parents are invited. There will be two one-act )1 ays and several outside speakers. "*Text Tuesday school closes for this ear with a Health pageant and the ,sual picnic dinner. Father Sturm Gives Baccalaureate Baccalaureate services were held lunday evening at the H. S. audi- orium. Mrs. V. A. Barrett played he processional, which was fol- owed by a hymn by the congrega- ion. The Rev. F. O. Johnson gave he Invocation. There were three musical numbers toy members of he orchestra. The Rev. Father Sturm gave the sermon. The ser- irices were closed by the Rev, Mr. Depplng, who gave, the benediction. Barnes Gets Town Jobs— At a council meeting last week Tuesday evening Albert Barnes was awarded the care of the park, city lall, and waterworks. Plans.'are mder way to grade around the city lall and do some landscaping. Methodist Church Is Eepolrcd— Methodist church damages caused by fire has been cared for, and services will be resumed next Sunday morning. In the evening the :hoir will present a Seth Parker program. Lewis Alyer Party Host—i ILewis Alver: celebrated his seventh birthday Saturday by entertaining the three Dunn boys, the two Matzeners, Jos. Dyer, and Harold Warner. Miss Nolan Not to Beturn— Miss Nolan, commercial- and 'home economics teacher here two years, goes to Casey next year to teach commercial history and first- year Latin. " , Independents Defeat S. C.— The Ledyard Independents , ir of his right morning and was brought tor Clapsaddle'?' pffice for ment, , f^miela- • w i»*iar«?- a demgnstratlon prograni, Finger T«n0wi te Pr«nk Rock black. , *»t the tendons, oj the tore- ' tre»tr f Friday.' aunt, Mrs. Annie Hawcott. and daughter Lulu Mrs ani Selina 1 were Sunday evening guests at W. E. Hawcotfs In Algona. tfnlon Twp., May 9—<Frlends of Geor'ge jr., third son of Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl, will toe interested to learn that he was married in February to Violet Rash, St. Paul. After completing his grade school work George attended a business college at Mankato and completed a course. He has been employed by the Golden Rule store, St. Paul, for several years. George and his wife spent the week-end a week ago with bis parents, and the elder Kohls were happy to have all their children at home at the same time, Harvey, who Is credit manager for the City Service Co., St. Paul, and his wife accompanied the George Kohls Jr. Ira Is with the Standard Oil Co., at Algona; Lulu is a clerk at (Bloom's, Algona; Mabel attends St. Cecelia's academy; Richard helps his father; and William attends school In the grades. Seventy for Mother's Day Tea— Seventy members and guests of the Mothers and Daughters club attended an annual Mothers day tea at which Mesdames Ada Hofius and Norma Bailey were hostesses last Thursday. The program was opened and closed with vocal solos by a Mrs. Nelson, of Burt, who was till recently of T.itonka. Marilda Pratt, 3urt, played two violin solos, accompanied by Vera Chipman. Mrs. Allen Wood read poems about mothers and motherhood, and Julia Sourne talked on The .Life of an Editor, basing her remarks on experiences In the editorial depart- nent of Successful Farming, Des tloines. Julia's mother, Mrs.-W.J. 3ourne, is a member of the club. Mrs. Helen Vogel presided. The hostesses served a tray lunch In a Mothers and Daughters club next Week Thursday; program: -roll call, favorite Wrds; Birds of Iowa» Mrs. Genevleve Graham, guest speaker; paper, What Forestry Is Accomplishing in the U, 8,, Mrs. Mayme Hotter The A. B. Schehcks autoed to Llvermore Sunday afternoon. They noticed one field , ftftrtff with corn", Md oiw farmer there had finished corn j according to reports, Colu weather Continues, fl^ h> J of a change. Harold sZWfttth* #i}4 ,>..Godden, Cist, No. ij Dorothy tatsoh, No. 2; Pearl.Alt, Od Ward, Jeanne CeviiieVNfl. 4} , John Milton Gardner and YernM* Klatt, No. 6, are eighth grade pits who took county exam last Thursday and Friday. BEAD THE WAUT-AD8 social hour. The committee in charge of the affair consisted of Mesdames Cora Reid, Lillian Jones, and Ethel Smith. Other Union News. Mesdames Carrl.e Bourne and Cora Reid will be hostesses to the Algona Flour & Feed Co, ALGONA, IOWA 205 South Phillips Street Phone 5o. 257 We are located In our new building east of Athletic park, near the 'C. & N. W. freight depot and are better prepared to serve yqu than in the past. This is the eleventh year of our endeavor to serve you and .it has been a pleasure to us, 'and we hope a benefit to you. Here are some of the many items of Interest to farmers, gardeners, and chicken raisers which we carry an9 sell in any quantity, large or small: tStarting mash as cheap as $1.35 per 100 Ibs., No-Corn, Rolled Oats, Peat Moss, Granite Grit, Genuine Oyster Shells, Wheat, and many other kinds of Chicken Feed. Chicken Feeders and Waterers of many kinds; Dr. Hess' guaranteed Poultry and Stock Remedies; Salt of all kinds; Bran, Middlings, Swift's Tankage and Oil Meal; Lime-Sulphur Dip, at 50c per gallon, or five gallons for $2.00 if you bring your own container; several brands of Flour; Corn and Garden Fertilizer; all kinds of Garden Seeds, Fine Early Ohio Seed Potatoes grown from certified seed, Seed Corn, and several kinds of Forage Crop Seeds. Bring your seed corn in and dust It In our mixer.CWe have the Semesan Jr. seed corn dust at $1.50 per pound, which treats eight bushels. Algona Flour & Feed Co* their second game Sunday won from SWea City, 7-3. The local battery' was Johnson and Moulton. Mrs. Ella Gelhaus Sick- Mrs. Ella Gelhaus is' still sick. Her mother, Mrs. Poppy, and her sister, Mrs. L. A. Nitz, are helping' care for her. Ledyard Loses to Hurt— Last Thursday the r flurt high school ball team played here 'and won, 3-0.' Other Led Tard News. [Barbara Wylam, Swea City, spent the week-end at D. B. Mayer's. Gladys Nolan and Adelaide ' Randall went to the former's home at Guthrie Center for the week-end, Mr; and Mrs. Conrad. Gable, Mrs. i Charles Gable, and Cleo Gable went W. M. Hawcoivs m 4 AJgon. a . , to .pea Moines Saturday, returning Mr. and Mrs, Swan Anderson and Mondav. ' Mr. and Mrs, G. Overgaard spent from Friday to Sunday at D. iL. McDonald's. They are Mrs. McDonald's parents and Mrs. Overgaard Is her sister, Mrs. 'L. A. Boettcher entertained a number of women for dinner and a-quilting party last week Wednesday, Thursday a group from Fenton were guests and helped with the quilting. Mrs. H. L, Sauennann and little son, of Mitchell's.-iD., came last week Wednesday and are spending a week or two with Mrs. Sauer-t mann's < parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Al L, Staehle. The W. W, Boettchers and C. Holdings were Sunday, eve guests at Ivan Long's, near Swea City. Mrs. Long, Mrs- ,«oett9 her '' and Mr. Holding are sisters and brother, , . / Myrtle Tootbman, who/ works in, the Algona telephone office, is spending a two w,eeks , vacation with her parents, Mr. , awl .Mrs,, B, M. Tootbman. ' Mr. an* Mrs, Laurence GJllespie, Norm* Mansmita; Algona, and Philip Puffer, Corwitb, visited Sunday at C, J. Mansmith's. ' Huth Hodgson attended a shower Saturday a,t IFenton, g iy«n by Ver- Monday* Mrs. Charles Boschara, Mrs. William Flynn, and Mrs. M, Flynn were at Blue Earth last Thursday. The George Andersons came last Thursday to visit at ,Gus Anderson's, leaving Monday for Chicago, The King's Heralds met with Doris Welfare Saturday. Mrs. Halvorson had charge of the meeting- Mrs. Roy Link was at J. H, War ner'g, near Swea City, -last Thursday, helping to entertain a club. Frank Kelley's parents,- of Fairmont, visited here last week, His mother was sick during her stay. The Methodist Aid met at Mrs. Wm, Green's last Thursday. A good^ized crowd was present, William Flynn's parents -returned ;o their' borne at Buffalo - Center Saturday, after a week here, Glen.Yahnke again -has charge of the brlc\c garage "and has painted and fjsed, up the office, Mrs, Fred Hall is critically sick. Merle McAninch, Rolfe, Sunday here, . • , ' ' Mrs. D. A. Carpenter was at Blue rtfc ia,?t Thursday, haying dental work done- The Legn Wprdens were at, Campbell's, near Senega, lapt t week, p* cous- , ona WeJsbrod jn in, Marine, WeJsbrod IF, E, B^ubey, delegate from Burt, *»d quite % number of others attended fte djpy conventlpn at AV gona Monday.' . tj • ' .,..., The iBert Gpddens moved, gatipy day to a' place' east of Lope (Rock, Lumetta, Reece was taken critically Sl<& Sunday, evenjjjg. with W- •where J$r is working |o? a Mr. Swajj. Mrs, R. H. Thompson and ' babj , are 'spending a couple of weeks witi Mrs. Ttompson'9 mother at „ ,. Doctor Clapaaddle renjovedi tie tousjils of Billy Lee, small son of Dr. |ffl4 Mrs. L, W- AJf Qj»» A very large crpwd, ;attf B4«4 the aJor play, Ttje *?«$op night. •' ' ' ' ,f*, W, Wiemer wenj;,|p to; y|sit A gister wtyris Sick " "• Harold, 6r«jnsr x and: . -TOti tp Hsrfly. y, A. J Barretts Jqnes were *t . , . Omaha last week Tuesday. Mrs. Albert Brand has been sick with, tfce flu. , "Believe me, I taw a lew price when I see I'm buying my tires • ••••• GOODYEAR PATHFINDERS 4.50-21 4.75-19 5.00-19 .5.00-20 5,25-18 5.25-21 5.50-18 5.60-19 95.20 5.65 6.10 6410 6.85 7.45 7.60 7.90 DRESS UP YOUB TOP Dpn't let the top covering rot, tear, Jteajr,, In-a, few minutes you can give it» beautifying and nrqtf^MiV^ new coat with quip^ .; lustre-lasting GOODYEAR , Top Right now Goodyear is concentrating on two main lines of tires. This saves money for the factory that builds them —for the dealer who sells them—and for the car owner who buys diem. . < j If you want to know how real these savings are— and how much they mean to you— -just check up on; today's price of the size you need, and at the same time take a careful look at the finest quality that ever honored the Goodyear name. This stepping up of quality, thit stepping down of price jleads the way |to a jbetter deal for everyone —and that's what we ail wairt now. , , Best of all—it means th&ttvtr? 0 *' can afford new Goodyear Tires, especially if you buy ,npw while prices are still low. , M , ,\ All-Weather - "^ e4iSTi#- *- 88 l ,'« , i •^ ,?• • -^ -, rs\i_^-£i ~-%£*w ™ ip^? F T 7^^"! ,?f*:WM?l - i£i

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