Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1933 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 18, 1933
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' I a t M*«l Tin* IpO' ordered, I Superb h4 oz. bottle— lie 12c 'Showboat" OCfft 2 tall cans. fcwU 14c 15c [powder Clab- Jl, 2 lb. can— [Style Mus- fcartjar alad Dressing, OfS(ft Ley table 19 pounds — r Coffee, ni — •-— - -ii i i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^MBBM^MBMBM FUNERAL OF C. R, SMITH, LAKOTA, HELD ^Lakota, May 16 -The community was saddened a week ago Monday by the death of c. R. Smith, loading mercharit here for many years Mr. Smith had not been in good' health for some years. HO suffered with sinus trouble for years and Th" 1 ^ ° Deratlon s tor reifef oovl ew years he has had a severe case of asthma and also thT' W e< He "P^t moat of the past three years In New (Mexico In search of relief. Mrs Smith last summ " *™ It Came ' home Ia *t ^11 chiropractic treatment JCOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANfiTO •"-^-^^^^^^^^""^^^^^^^^i^^^^^^^^^r ^^' *-' A1 •*• ••• xvjj Bancro/f Academy Team Trophy ^^^ Bf Colletto C. Welp. held wa Smith's Mr, Four Extra Innings Played. lrrel v Petroleum und bar ... e Covered [is, pound —- aundry Soap, I Q«% i, diced, Qft 25c 9c km cans OK/ 1RIFTY SRVICE where he grew to manhood. Tie was married to Ida H. Schroeder ^"h.19, 1890, at Waterloo and three children were horn to them Hazel (Mrs . E . w Dawaon) tn |™: Mister, Minn.; Velma, (Mrs. G. B. Heitland), Buffalo Center- and Raymond F., Lakota. Mr. Smith is survived by his wife children, four grandchildren, William and Shirley Dawson, and Boris Jean and Clarenco Heitland his mother, Mrs. -Minnie Smith, and ma G r MrS> Pearl Dunn ' BIs " Fred Zearing, Arthur, Everett' Wash Albert, Fort Dodge, and Howard, Albert 'Lea. Funeral services were held in the Presbyterian church, of which he was a member. The Rev Mr jerking, assisted by the Rev. Mr.' Kossack, of Arlington, m ha( charge of the services. The Rev Mr. Kossack is a former ."-s.'SWMSJi! filONKAlLAY SUCCESS; NETS SENIORS $50 St. John's SOU Unbeaten. i y reg- players were absent. i al game st - J °hn's, Ban- 1 i2l ayed Penton - and to °k that h t0 , Cam ?' 84 - Bancroft thus he •were *vicuuer, for Fenton; rrnff T> ""T Sqhnela er, for Ban- IM , Kuec ker allowed 12 hits ^^s^ 60 ^. while DeSS coach - ! S undete ated this year. Pohlman ' of Melvin, is Friday night the seniors, and ?80.55 was re ed at the door, of was cleared. A iarge the church. The church male quartet sang two songs, and ' J ° hnson Buriai ' being packedt A , namenf washed. t pieces Ironed. [service takes all the r out of your home B money for you. Every- r bundle is washed im- clean. All your hard- pis and table-cloths, pil- } napkins and towels are ironed. Telephone— [call for your bundle. CH LAUNDRf 'to $300 L. 'or any PHYPUHPOSE [ Doctor bills - car and re- ft'°<k or grain. "TOUT OF DEBT - Crowd Comes for Meeting 1 — Nearly 120 men attended the Forest City district Brotherhood meeting at the Lakota Methodist church a week ago Monday evening. The visitors conceded this was the largest attendance of any meeting for the year and one of the best programs. The program consisted of two clarinet solos by Mr. Barrett, of Ledyard; male quartet, the Rev. a- O. Johnson, Lakota, James Logan, Harold Granner, and V A Barrett, Ledyard; address, George Godfrey, Algona, on Unselfish 'Service; piano solo, Mrs. F. O. Johnson; the Rev. Mr. Muhleman Algona, also gave a short talk and displayed motion pictures taken on the trip to Washington, D. C., last March. The next meeting will be at Buffalo Center and the women are invited to attend. School Has Good Exhibit— The OLakota school exhibit of the year's work was held Friday afternoon from 1 to 5 o'clock at the schoolhouse, - and a large crowd viewed the pupils' work and found it satisfactory. Some of the notebooks were outstanding, and the free-hand drawings in the lower grades well done. In the manual training exhibit the finished articles made a pleasing array. Among them were tables, hall trees, magazine racks, smoking sets, inlaid lamp standards, medicine chests, and one child's wagon. School will close this week with the usual pic nlcs. tour- Hamstreet; pitcher John Fnlk Sr. Is Bend- Si S? WM *°™lnl868a e t U ?S: laski, Wis., and came to Iowa 39 years ago, settling ln Portland township, this county. In 1899 "e moved to Titonka. He had five sisters, now all dead, and nine 'brothers, of whom three are dead Two daughters, three sons, and six grandchildren survive. Funeral services were held at Burt, and 'burial was made there. Seniors Have "Skip l)ay"— The high school seniors went to the Okobojis for a "skip day": Vernelle Zweifel, Edithmae Budlong Elsie Kuchenreuther, Arlo (Larson Margaret Callies, Donald Banta, Anna Welhousen, Margaret Sleper, Merwyn Hansen, Fannie Pannkuk, Lester Eden, Edward Saathoff, George Sachau, Viola Rike, and Josephine and (Edward Stecker. Supt. Hoon and Allene Johnson, teacher, were chaperons. Grades Nine Defeated. ment f° f T ^ St in a grade t - ment at Ledyard Saturday Thev Played a final game agatast TN *°" ka ' ™d lost by a- score of 5-4. had won from Grant that morning by a score of 6-4 lions Defeat Ledyard. The Bancroft Lions won a base- U game Sunday from Ledyard, tor says there will be no scars. Harold Breen Has Accldent- «f reen ran ln the s ° uth o£ ^wn Sunday morn- The engine in his car was " ing. School Made Up Saturdays— School was held Saturday from f o'clock till i to make up tto™ lost because of snow and floods were mat u^ 0 SatUrda ^ s ** Heart Patient Afe-.-ihT About- Lewis Bacon, who has been abed a few weeks with heart trouble is , was operated on Fri day for appendicitis at an hospital, and Is reported Doctor Torffcrson Has Operation- •JJr. H. I. Torgerson, who recent- v hVnVFT" 011 at a M y hospital, has come home. Other Titonka News. m SCHEDULE M?/, 3 ' 55 a M °nth- Henav U, a M °nth. '" a Month. , » 21 -10 a Month. 1 to talk with you KRUSE Molnes. kA this Paper tor the of Cannon ; re is open Sat* Senior Class Piny Pleases— ' Seniors gave their play, Fikle Fortune, to a crowded house Friday night with the following cast of characters: Mrs. Samuel Warren, Vera Harberts; her two daughters, Gloria, Minone Sturdivant, and Antoinette, Mildred Bargar; Roxanna Blossom, Sylvia Koppen; Brant Allen, Max O'Keefe; Cuppers, butler, Loren Sachs; Emerson iHawley, Thomas Lewis; Mrs. Merry, Ella Ailts; Lily, maid, Dena your RlPPentrop; Maggie, maid, Bessie Makis; Sadie Tweed. Marie'Werln- ga The play was well. rendered. Baccalaureate Is Held— Baccalaureate services for the high school graduates were held in the school auditorium Sunday and the following program given: Prelude and processional, Mrs. J. E. Ukena; invocation, the Rev. Mr. Boese; hymn, How iFirm a Foundation, congregation; scripture reading, the Rev. Mr. J3oese; prayer, the Rev. Mr. .Frerking; anthem, My Task, Glee clubs; sermon, the Rev. .Mr, Frerktng; hymn, Day is Dying in the West, 'congregation; benediction, the Rev. Mr. Boese. Federation Report Giren— Mrs. iFred Schroeder and Emma and Louise Thaves were hostesses to the Acorn club Thursday aven- Ing. After the business meeting Mesdanies F, 0, Johnson and -W. E. Gutknecht, delegates to the Biennial Federation meeting at Mason c *ty, gave interesting' reports of the event. The retiring president t»en turned tiie meeting over to the new president, Mrs. I. E. Wortman, The next meeting will be a Way breakfast with Emma Gutknecht. Three to Missionary Convention Last week Tuesday Mrs. Ray Hansen, Mrs. Fremont Faul, and Mrs. G. W. Eggleston, the latter of Britt, attended a missionary district convention at Estherville. Mrs. M. S. Craven went along to visit relatives. All returned Wednesday morning. The main speaker was Mrs, Frank Day, of Minneapolis. TItonka Couple Are Married— Myrtle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George (Larson, was married to Rex Austin last Thursday at Galena, III. They have rented the old Wheeler place, northwest of town. The Ward Austins, living there now, will move to Canada after school closes. Victim of Burns Improves— Allan Lamoreux, who was badly burned in a recent gasoline explosion, has improved and will soon be able to be up and around. The doc- veek Wednesday. Tl lows for he winter entertained the highs. rizes were won by Mrs. Theodore l V r6> 1 ? igh; ' Mrs ' L ' B - ^rson, w; travel prize, Mrs. Larson. The Rev. and Mrs. Fremont Faul rff ^ ay , , Hansen ' Bernard Phelps nd Martin Larson attended a ounty dry convention last week Monday at the Methodist church Algona. . ' Sena Tjaden, German Valley visited the schools here Friday as a guest of Eleanor Intermill They are former rural schoolmates, i 'Hazel and Edith Budlong, Hampton, drove home Friday for the week-end with their mother, Mrs Frances Budlong. Mr. and Mrs. John 'Schrader, of Britt, and Mrs. George Boyken, Titonka, were Sunday guests at William Boyken's. The J. W. .Boykens, Woden, and the Ken Fishers, who live here spent Mothers day at the John F. Fisher's. The Harry Seeds were Hampton and Clarksville visitors Sunday, and Lois Kennedy came here for a few days. 'R. L, Krantz drove to Chicago Sunday, expecting to return early this week.' Mulileninn Shows Pictures. 031st. Supt. W. G. Muhleman showed his Washington movies before the Emmetsburg Rotarians and Rotary Anns in the basement of the Emmetsburg Methodist church last week Tuesday night. The pastor of the- church, the Rev. Mr Pruitt, was a member of the quartet of Methodist ministers which visited Washington and saw President Roosevelt inaugurated. Eminetsbure' Dates- Godfrey. Geo. W. Godfrey. will .be commencement speaker at the Emmetsburg high school's graduating exercises a week from tonight. Fenton Pioneer Dies. iFenton, May 16-nHerman Luedtke iSr., 75, retired farmer, died suddenly after 1 p. m. Monday morn- ng. Guy Beemer took Miss Carson to Mason City, and Mrs. F. O., Johnson took charge of her school work fo: the day. Mrs. Beemer had a cal from Miss Carson Saturday saying her mother would probably under go an operation this week. '8 Teachers Are Elected— Teachers engaged for the coming year are: Iloopjs 1 and •?, ILucy Carson. St. Ansgar. re-elected; S- 4, Edith Buxton, Olin, re-elected; M, flelen Awe, Buffalo Center, Delected; 7-8, Audrey Hastings, re-elected. Miss Miller, Hampton, home economics, and Mri*. <F. O. JoljnsjDn, Dakota, will teach music. 'pt. gar} Grabau and ft. E. Ham- isk principal, were both re-elected. AH teachers re-elected accepted a ?0 pe» cent cut to salary. ¥ otier Is 111- Carson received a message Wday morning saying her mother was seriously JH awl was on ber to fts hoj! i&l to MasoB City. Practice for Pageant— (Mesdames John Heetland, Jerry Ukena, Lou Nltz, J. H. Warburton Frank Lewis, and Jake Telcamp and Lorraine Smith went to Burt last week Wednesday to attend a •home project meeting at the |Legion hall. Thirty women from the county were present, and the time was spent practicing the pageant to be given Achievement day. Gets GpYermnent Job— I. E. Wortman, who has been working for the Joint Stock Land bank for some time, has recently received a commission from Wash-' ington, P. C., as federal appraiser. He will appraise farms for the company. Seniors Are Graduated— High school commencement exercises will be held this week Wednesday evening at the school auditorium. The Rev. C. V. Hulse, Algona, will give the address. A class of 11 will be graduated. PJacc In Declaim Tilt- Norman Frerking won second •and Wilbur Hassebrock third In the Dubuque university freshman oratorical contest held a week ago Friday evening. Lakota is proud: of these boys. Governor Herring to Speak— The Legion and the Cemetery association are preparing a program for Memorial day. Governor Clyde L. Herring will give the address. Other Lakota }Vews. The Rev. P. O. Johnson, the Rev. O. H. Frerking, Mrs. George Winter, A. Q. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, Lakota, and B. F. Edwards, and Mrs. J. H. Warburton, Lincoln township, went to Algona a week ago Monday to attend the dry con- ventionr Among those from out-of-town attending the C. R. Smith funeral were his aunt, Mrs. Ella Slattery, and Mrs. Smith's brother, F. M. Schroeder, Clarion, brother-in-law Fred Lenz, Dows, and Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. M. W. Kent, Cedar Rap- Ids. The Martin Beckers, Irvington, and the P. L. Kopnens were Sunday visitors at Nick Koppen's. The Methodist Missionary meet- ng was held with Mrs. E. N. Clemans Friday afternoon, Mrs. F. O. Tohnson had charge of the lesson. (Florence Koppen, who has been working In Des Molnes for the last wo years, came home last week Monday for a visit. . Mr. and Mrs. Otto Koppen went o Algona Sunday to visit the former's mother, Mrs. Jacob Koppen. The J. H. Warb,urtons spent Sun- ay at e. Warburton's at 'Swea. "Uty, PAOB May 9, 1933 A great thing has occurred amongst us. We have made a complete turn-around, and at last America's face is toward'the future. Three years—1929 to 1932—we Americans looked backward. All our old financial and political machinery was geared to pull us out of the depression by the same door through which we entered. We thought it simply a case of going back -the way we came. It failed. We now realize that the way out is forward—through it. Thanks for that belongs to President Roosevelt. Inauguration Day>he turned the Ship of State around. Having observed the failure of sincere efforts to haul us back the way we came, he designed a new method—new political and financial machinery—to pull us out the way we are going—forward. He is clearing international obstacles out of the way; he does not stand in awe of tariffs. The people begin.to feel that he does not take advice from the "interests" ; that he has courage and loyalty to work for one supreme interest only—the welfare of the American people. That is a big achievement for two months in office. And now we all look to what is coming; we grow less and less concerned with what is behind. We are looking for a hand-hold on the haul rope. Every man wants to do what he can, and all he can. The best thing I can do for the Country is to create industry by building good motor cars. If I knew anything better to do, I would do it. Industry must be my contribution. Motor cars must face ahead to the future, like everything else. 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