Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1933 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAGE FlVMfc ^^^^^^•••"•^^^""""^"•^"•••"••—••^ Rate Grocery 1st door West of Swift's O^JmnAtr Soap 2«c .„,, jpowiMr-------- •- l«c linre Fruit Preserves 28c ii«lk Green Dc» .—— »c Set PIcWes - ~23c B - "1, cellophane wrapped ir>c i P. s Egg Noodles, cellophane wrapped __25c „ jng S° Collet Soap 18c 19c 19c pLOUR Tlnv Now Bny I At These Rose 8»c Jersey Cream 98c Miss Minneapolis 1.25 Prices. Omar 1.25 "Busiest Little Store In Town" EX-WESLEYAN NEWDEPAUW P, IU, HEAD Wesley, May 9—A. recent number ot The Del'auw, paper published by the university of the same name at CJreencastle, Incl., states that Prof. Glenn W. Giddings, former Wesley boy, had just beun elected president of the 'Do Pauw chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. The one at DePauw is the "Alpha," or first, chapter in Indiana; having been organized In 1889. There are but two others In that state; at Wabash college and Indiana university. Phi Beta Kappa was first organized in 177G at the college o£ William and Mary, Wlllhunsburg, W. Va., and is the oldest Greek letter honorary fraternity in the United States. The I degree is granted only for exceptional scholarship. Glenn was given the degree upon his graduation SPECIAL Bargains in Used Cars For This Week 1930 Dodge Sedan 1931 Ford Tudor 1930 Pontiac Coupe 1928 Pontiac Sedan 1831 Ford Sedan [Prices are going up—Buy Now TERMS IKENT MOTOR co. AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa bone 43<l Service— —Sales from Cornell non, in 1923. college, Mount Ver- Maxine Weisbrod Will Wed Youth at Fenten Former Wesley Pastor Dead- Funeral services, to be attended by many Wesley Congregationalists, will be held at Britt this week Tuesday afternoon for the Rev. A. J. Andrewson, who served the lo- Fonton, May 9—Verona Weisbrod, Pauline Osborn, Beatrice Kramer, and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe entertained Saturday at the vVeisbrod home at a pre-nuptlal miscellaneous shower in honor of Maxine Weisbrod, who will be married this month to Clarence Osborn. Guests were members of her Sunday school class. Ruth Hodgson, Burt, Irene Newel, Belmond, and Frances Bailey, Britt, were out of town guests. The afternoon was spent at games and jigsaw puzzles. The honoree received many gifts "which wore opened at the close of the games. A two-course luncheon was served by the hostesses. IV. H ar. S. Meets Thursday— The Methodist W. F. M. S. met last Thursday afternoon in the church parlor with Mrs. O. J. Stephenson and Mrs. Earl Dean hostesses. Eevotionals were, in charge of Mrs. G. W. Newel. Mrs. J. T. Snyder gave a reading from the missionary friend. Mrs. F. C. McCall read the Chinese Wolf Story, and stewardship lesson by Mrs. A. H. Meyers. A pageant was given by Ruth Ellen 'Humphrey, Mary Alice Gibbons ,'Lucille White, Betty and James Holldorf, Jean- cal church as pastor about 20 years jnette McFall, Mary Georgia Newel, ago. Mr. Andrewson was 63. He died Friday at Chicago. Two pallbearers are to be chosen from each of his three former charges, Britt, Wesley, and the Upper Flat; and an attempt will be made to assemble a double quartette, composed of singers from each of the charges. Boons Move to Termont— Wesley friends have word that the Rov. and Mrs. Elmer E. Benn, who left Wesley in 1924, and had been at Ayrshire since 1928, moved last week to Shelburne, Vermont, where Mr. Benn will have a charge. Mr. Benn (Methodist minister) and his bride, also a son, Elmer E. Jr., came to Wesley from South 'Shaftbury, Vt, in February, 1923. Mr. Benn had preached in New York before moving to Vermont. May Devotions at Church— St. Joseph church is observing May devotions: Sunday at 2:30 P m., reciting the Rosary, and the Litany of the Blessed Virgin, benediction and the Blessed Sacrament; week days at S a. m. the school children will recite the Rosary during mass, the people respond- REPAIR REBUILD REROOF NOW! \ will just look around your home you will find ne repairing that should be done. rices are low on materials and labor is low also. Keep your home in repair, you will save money later on, F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229—Lumber and Coal "Buy Algona Building & Loan Stock and Help Make Algona a Better Town" ing, and the priest will give the Litany of the Blessed Virgin and songs in her honor. Junior Play Draws Crowd— The Junior play, Safety First presented at Kleinpeter hall Saturday evening, was attended by the largest audience at any school af fair this year. The parts were al well carried, and the audience ver; appreciative. Admission was 25 and 15 cents, and total receipts were $38. Miss Reimer coached the play. H. S. Nine Defeats Wesley— iLast Thursday the boys' high school baseball team played the Whittemore Junior League team, and Wesley won, 6-4. This Whit- IRVINGTON GROUP IN ATTENDANCE AT BOHTFJ, MEET Irvington, May 9—Irvlngton Farm Bureau women .plan to attend a county meeting at the Legion hall, Burt, this week Wednesday, 10:30 a. m. till 3:30 p. m. There will he a business meeting for the lompletlon o£ Achievement day plans, presided over by the county chairman. The Achievement day program is to be made out, and the style show is to be discussed and practiced. Anyone with new Ideas on how to make the 1933 Achievement day program the 'best ever is Invited to attend and present suggestions. All attending are to take covered dishes and 'their own dishes, forks, spoons, etc. Church to Kccclvc Members— The Rev. A. Snglish preached Sunday on The Purpose of Man's Creation, using as his text, Man was created for the glory of God. Members of the congregation will MOCK WEDDING SHOWER GIVEN TITONKA GIRL Titonka, May 9—A shower was given for Ella Welhousen and Ben Eden Friday night, and the entertainment was a mock wedding in which the bride was Alleda Ites; the bridegroom, Alice Pannkuk; the bridesmaid, Jennie Harms, the best man, Mrs. H. Dre'esman; the flower girl, Frances Serhagl; the ring-bearer, Josephine Stecker; the pastor, Mrs. W. Beenken; the bride's father, Eleanor Intermill; her mother, Minnie Pannkuk; her sisters, Margaret Sleper, Annie Harms; her brother, Anna Welhou- sen; and the boy she turned down, Dorothy Intermill. Fifty-five persons attended, and the real bride and bridegroom received many gifts. The marriage will take place this week Wednesday. WOOL Market very strong. Cash in on these high prices. Wool may go some higher, but it can go down also. Phyllis Snyder, Phyllis McFall and Vlary Holldorf, and a solo by Edith! read this week the 8th Chapter of Wolfe. Only Ono New Tenclier—• The teachers here have all 'been lired for the coming year. The faculty will be: superintendent, M. E. Jtterness; principal and coach, E. D. White; home economics, Verlina Merger; music and English, Esther Smith; seventh and eighth grades, Margie Kleinheksel; tilth and sixth, Feme Barton; third and fourth, Nettie Weisbrod; first and second, Mathilda Kressin. Only one new teacher was hired. Miss Barton, who will take the place of Mrs. S. W. Meyer. If. S. Loses to St. John's— The Fenton high school baseball team was defeated by St. John's high school last week Tuesday, 4-3. Batteries were: Fenton, 'Kuecker and Kramer; Bancroft, Deitering, Hatten and Snyder. The Fenton team defeated Armstrong, last year's state champions, 7-5, on the local diamond Wednesday afternoon. Fenton batteries: Luedtke, Kuecker and Kramer; Armstrong's, Aukrum, Hackerson and E. Gangsted. Mrs. F. P. Newel Hostess— Mrs. OF. P. Newel was 'hostess to three tables of bridge a week ago Monday. Mrs. S. W. Meyer won high score. Each guest received a 'May basket at the close of the games. Other guests were iMes- dames F. H. Bohn, K. O. Stephenson, E. A. Weisbrod, E. C. Weisbrod, Raymond Stoeber, O. H. Graham, F. H. Eigler, H. C. Lindsay, R. C. Goetsch, and W. V. Yager, and Agnes Goetsch. Romans. The Rev. Mr. English announced that next Sunday he will take into the church toy baptism or confession of faith anyone wishing to join. There will also be a baptismal service for babies and small children. Anyone wishing to join or have children baptized is requested to get in touch with Mr. English before services next Sunday. Drops lllg Stone on Foot— Richard Leigh is suffering with a foot injured Saturday, when a ] stone fell on It. IMr. Leigh was digging large stones out of one o£ his fields. He had lifted one side of a stone, intending to roll it over, when it slipped onto his foot. Morris Parsons is now helping James Hudson, at the Leigh farm till Mr. Leigh is able to get around better. Biff Chicago Hail Storm— Mrs. V. J. Schichtl recently received a letter from her daughter, Mrs. Roy Blythe, Chicago, reporting a hail storm there. Mr. Blythe measured a stone which was 9% inches in circumference, and he reported many much larger. Car tops were riddled, and glass in greenhouses was ruined. Gardening Expert is Heard— (Nine women attended a Farm Bureau meeting at Mrs. Fred Geigel's last week Wednesday. Mr. Holsinger, 'garden expert from Ames, gave especial attention to strawberries, raspberries, tame grapes, and variety in vegetables. He also gave a few pointers on proper garden equipment. Letter Interchange is Planned— The high school French class taught by Allene Johnson recently received the names of students in France from the George Peabody college, Nashville, Tenn. The characteristics of each member of the local class were furnished to the college authorities, and pupils in France with similar characteristics were assigned. The pupils are to correspond with each other. Pupils here will write English letters and will receive replies in French. Members of the local class are Margaret Callies, Edithmae Budlong, Margaret Sleper, Wilbur Schram, Feme Krantz, Helen Beed, Vernele Zweifel, Lois Heifner, and Elsie Kuchenreuther. Luther Leaguers to Convention— A Luther League federation meeting was held at Mason City Sunday. Arthur Rike is president of the Titonka organization. Enter- Bridge Club Closes Year- Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod entertained her bridge club at its last meeting this season Saturday afternoon. Mrs. F. IP. Newel won the high temore team is a member of a j score; Mrs. F J. Weisbrod -the county association sponsored by travel prize; Mrs. F. H. Bohn, -a guest prize. " the American Legion, and was composed of pupils from Presentation academy and the public high school. Poppy Bay Sale Planned— The Legion Auxiliary met Monday night instead of this week Thursday. Plans were made for Mrs. O. H. Graham won high score for the year. Mrs. Charles :Schemmel, Ringsted, and Mrs. F. H. Bohn were guests. / Four-H Club Meets Saturday— Gladys Stoeber entertained the Fenton Forward's 4-H club 'Saturday, and 15 members responded to Thursdav. .Flans were maue iui i--•" ,~ — T" .—*•—•-— — the Poppy Day sale Saturday, May the roll call on the types of cur- niu -L ULTIJJ •-• J fa^rvcs 4n tViaii* ir\rvme Allno Flrnvor 27. Mrs." Clara Erdman is chairman, and has several helpers. Mrs. J. L. Studer was hostess at the meeting. New Farm House Built— The house on the Richard Van Horn farm, northeast of Wesley, is nearing completion. The original house was destroyed by fire in Jan- tains in their rooms. Alice Dreyer gave a talk on How to Determine the Color My Curtains are to Be, and Ardis Voight a talk on Our Song-Maker, Foster. School Faculty Entertained— Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Widdel and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ohm entertained the school faculty at a 6 o'clock picnic dinner at the Ambrose--Call See Snow at Kuthven— The Harry Sabins and Mrs. Stella Sabin motored to Spencer Sunday to visit the Solomans. They reported a light snowfall at iRuthven on their return trip. Mrs. -Stella Sabin and Mrs. Solomon are sisters. Thelina Sankey Gives Party— A group of young people attended a party given by Thelma, daughter of Mr. and iMrs. Bert Sankey, Friday evening. Other Irvlnerton News. Ralph 'Ballard, Redwood (Falls, Minn., spent the week-end with Mrs-. Ballard, who has been with her sister, Mrs. Charles Sankey uary. A Mr. Gerdes, Woden, is the contractor. The family has been park near Algona last Thursday occupying two "shacks" on the evening, lace. ie >«••»••»•••• • **«• *| NOW 'Dependon' Store Says: Sure, we put on "our own" price on "our own" Aeries. Our own Richelieu, our Baby Stewart, our Quill every day- foods for everybody are the best r "A" Coffee for 2Qc is good. "Acme" Now is the time when all of us, every one in the "should eat more fish, fruits, and vegetables. I or not canned, one is as healthful as the oth- VEGETABLES r Jreen String Beans, Golden Wax Beans, Red Kid- °eans, Kraut, Hominy, Corn, Pumpkins, Tomato 1 Tomato Juice. 10 Cents FRUITS fruit A r. ricots ' Blackberries, Grapes, Peaches, Grapo- o"z> ra Pefruit Juice, Strawberries, Raspberries, ., Pears, Figs, Loganberries, Or- 10 Cents n T t n0t a CLEAN QUICK soap chips for 38c. Paoixe 29Q-291 for free delivery- OR STEP I JSf AT AKRE'S DODGE Another Quilting Bee Oiren— Partv and Dance— Mrs - George Goetsch entertained The Mte"oW Association of Mrs. Anna Oshorn. Mrs. Jennie ;aSoll? Women 7 and the Catholic Jensen. Mrs William Osborn and Daughters of America will give a Mrs O. C. Goetsch at a quilting enefit card party and dance at the party last Thursday afternoon, odge hall this week Thursday vening, the charge being 15 cents. ,unch will be served. lid Plans May Breakfast— The Methodist Aid will serve Eighth Graders Take Tests- Cecelia Krause and Evelyn iRadig, of Lone Rock, and Hilbert iBierstedt took eighth grade exam- a 1 inations in Penton Thursday and Jay breakfast in the church basement next week Wednesday, May 7, beginning at 6 o'clock. The ten- ative menu consists of oranges, ereal, toast, pancakes, syrup and iutter, sausage, coffee. 'arewell for the Swansons— Seventy persons attended a farewell party for the E. R. Swansons at the lodge hall last week Tuesday evening. -A program of mus- cal numbers and readings was given; and Mrs. Swanson was pre- ented a souvenir spoon. To Observe Mother's Day— Mother's day will be observed at he Methodist church next Sunday morning. There will be a prohibi- ,ion meeting at the Methodist church, Algona, next week Monday, May 15, and one at Garner, Tuesday, May 16. Parochial Play Tomorrow Night— A play, "Sonny of Sunnyside," will be given by the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades of St. Joseph school at Kleinpeter hall this week Friday evening. Sixty children will take part. . __ Other Wesley News The late Edith May Ooyd, Forest City, former Wesley girl who was buried here last week Sunday, was a graduate of Cornell col- iege Mount Vernon, Iowa; a fac overlooked by this correspondent ?ast week. She left Wesley for Grantsburg wis and his son, Vernon, and Ed- win'johnson, St. James, Minn, attended funeral services for Silas slow Monday. Anna Johnson loone telcher. attended also.The Johnsons are brothers and sister o Mrs. Silas Skow. The John Ormsbys entertained anted-Advance the Vincent Owighans and Friday. Other Fenton News. C. F. Kern took his son Lloyd nd daughter Helen, Ruth Weis- rod and Irene iLaabs to Emmets- urg Friday to take the seventh nd eighth grade examinations. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod accompan- ed the E. W. Lusby's, of Algona, o Des Moines last week Wednes- ay to visit her daughter, Florence Veisbrod. Mrs. Mike Weisbrod, grand- augh'ter Verona, Mrs. F. J. Weis- jrod and daughter Maxine were Emmetsburg visitors last Thursay. Walter Hantleman, of Chicago, s spending his annual vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Hantelman. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Emil Elmers, near Fenton, last week Tuesday, .but she lived only ill Thursday. Mr, and Mrs. Donovan Brown, Estherville, visited Sunday with ;he latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. harles Glaus. Seventeen members of the Epworth League attended a rally at Graettlnger last week Tuesday night. The C. G. Humphreys spent Sunday with Mrs. Humphrey's parents Mr. and Mrs. G. M,. Miller, Ringsted. Le Roy Huskamp returned recently from Kansas City, where he has been employed since l*st fall Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Kyle enter tained the L. M. Holldorfs and the j. A. Furtneys, Ceylon, Sunday. The C. M. Umpsteds attended the funeral of Mr. Umpsted's niece a Dayton, a week ago Tuesday. Mildred Goetsch, Des, Moines spent Sunday wit* her parents, Mr and Mrs. George Goetsch. Frieda Relmers is clerktog fo several, weeks. Ralph has returned to his work, but Mrs. Ballard remains. The Missionary society meets next week Friday at the . church. Topics to be studied are Latin America and Spanish-speaking Americans. Women attending will take covered dishes. Gueslts of Mr. and Mrs. O. IL. Miller Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gregson, the Elliot Skillings, the Bob Carneys, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hertig, and a Mr. Davison, all of Algona. The Morris Parsons family recently visited at the Ralph Parsons home at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ballard and (Mrs. Charles Sankey were Sunday callers at Ira Hewitt's, Algona. The Aid meets this week Thursay at the Annex, and the 'after- oon will be spent at quilting, rtesdames A. Butterfield and 0. L. filler will be hostesses. Mrs. Robert Spurgeon and her hree children spent a few days last reek with the former's parents, dr. and Mrs. Frank Skilling, Alona. Mrs. Percy Schichtl and her son erry Dean spent a few days last eek at the Obto Ramus home, Lu tainment was furnished by the Mason City Leaguers, a play, Path Across the Hill, being given. Towns represented were Britt, Rockwell, Sheffield, Lakota, Hampton, Titonka, Thornton, and Woden, 35 members attending from here. Others from Titonka were George, Jerry, and Heiko Boeckelman, and chaperons were the Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Schoenlein. Seniors Give Play Tonight— The Seniors will give their class play, Tiger House, this week Thursday and Friday nights. Mem- t>ers who will take part are Edithmae Budlong, Margaret Callies, Elsie Kuchenreuther, Viola Rike, Vernelle Zweifel, .Edward Saathoff, Arlo Larson, Lester Eden, Donald Banta, and Merwyn Hansen. The play was coached by Allene Johnson, teacher. Robert Clemans Again Here— The E. N. Clemans family, Lakota, formerly Titonka, called here Sunday. Robert Clemans, high school graduate here, recently came back to work for Editor Lee 0. Wolfe's Titonka Topic. The elder Mr. Clemans, who formerly operated the Topic's linotype, now publishes the Lakota Record. P. 0. Clerk on Job Again— Alvena Danielson, who recently finished a course in beauty culture at Minneapolis, is now working at the local postoffice. She Was formerly employed there. Mrs. A. M. Peterson is postmistress. Freshmen Have Wi«ner Boast— The freshmen had a wiener roast in the Nelson timber last week Monday night. All high school teachers attended,' and each tresh- man had a guest. Twenty persons ttended. erne. Mrs. Frank Ditsworth has re- ently been sick, suffering from in- estinal flu and gall 'bladder infec- ion. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith and a Mrs. Poole, Algeria, -were Sunday vening callers at M. L. Roney's. iEunlce Thompson, Lu Verne, was a recent visitor at the Morris Parons home. The Star S. S. class had a party at the Annex last Thursday even- ng. Many farmers here will start ;orn planting this -week. John Riley recently suffered serious sick spell. • I. • . Husband Charges Adultery, iL. J. Ober, Estherville, seeks divorce, charging his wife witl adultery, and asks custody ot twi daughters, « and 2. Mrs. Ober i serving a 30-day Jail sentence fo: occupying a room without the own er's consent. Other Titonka News. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cooper who recently rented the Al Meyer ouse north of town, plan to move o it this week. The Eric Peter- ons, who lived there, have movec o the William Senne house, which as been repaired. Mrs. Ray Oesterreicher, son Dean, and daughter La Vonne drove o Cedar Falls Friday morning to risit relatives till Sunday. Mrs. Melvin Craven, St. Paul, and ler baby came recently to visit thi Frank Hogans. Mrs. Craven wai formerly Nora Hogan. The Epworth League met Sunday evening at the Methodist church ,eota Oesterreicher, leader. Fif teen members attended. Mrs. Stephen de Vries entertain ed her bridge club at lunch and cards Monday. Mrs. Jay Budlong was a guest. Mrs. W. F. Hamstreet entertain ed the Woman's club last Thursda; at luncheon. Irene Callies recently went t work in a beauty parlor. Elmore Bank Is Closed. The Fanners State bank, Elmore which had been open under restrie ;ions since the recent 'banking hoi iday was lifted, has been close permanently. Wesley Members, of the Study club and their husbands were entertained at Mrs. E. R. Swanson's last Thursday evening, the Mesdames Ammon Lease and Alfred Erdman assisting. Bridge was played, and Mr. the and Mrs. Arlo Dawson won high prizes. Enna O. Benton, nurse ift the state university hospital at Minneapolis, visited her parents, the Wallace (Bentons, from Friday to Sunday. iRuth Haulks, Britt, visited her sister, Mrs. Wilbur Fisher, over the week-end. Mrs. Hugh McCutchln, mother of Mrs. Henry Kunz, is in failing health. CASH IN NOW Joe Greenberg Phone 118 BIG TAILORING DISPLAY A representative of ED, V. PRICE & GO, CHICAGO Largest tailors in the world of GOOD Made-to-Order Clothes will be at our store Friday, May 12th, with a complete showing of large samples and woolens in the piece from the splendid new spring and summer line of this nationally known house. YOUR OPPORTUNITY to see the latest and admittedly the best in men's tailored-to-order clothes at very reasonable prices— ,50 - $20 - S25 - S30 - $35 - $40 ELK CLEANERS Corner Dodge and Call Streets, Algona. Prices have advanced fully 50 per cent in the West since the beginning of the season. 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