Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1933 · Page 10
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KoflSttft (fomnta & townee A Sale That Saves for Everyone! Brownell's Reorganization Sale Father, Mother, Sister, and Brother— now is the time to save on footwear. The newest styles are selling at bargain prices. Men's shoes and oxfords ---------- ^__$1.95 to $5.95 Women's styles ------- - ------------- ^.39 to $3 . 85 Children's footwear ------------------ 98c to $2i4 They all must go, regardless of cost. Brownell Shoe Co. ACHIEVEMENT DAY AT BURT ON MAY 24TH By Muriel LeaYCrton, H. I). A. A style show and a colorful pageant will feature the annual county Achievement day program to 'be given (by Farm Bureau project women of the county next Wednesday at the Presbyterian church, Burt. There will be a paper-sack lunch at noon. There will be no "eats" committee this time. Weather permitting, everybody will eat outdoors. The project women have studied fifth-year clothing this year. Townr ship booth's will feature clothing thrift ideas. One booth will give special emphasis to clever kitchen aprons, another to the assembling of a complete outfit for summer- dress, shoes, hat, gloves, purse, etc. Still another will play homemade Christmas gifts. up Postum Cereal, large package Jello, 3 pkgs. ___BREAKFAST COFFEE A regular 25c Packed by Reid Murdock & Co. coffee, now ____________________ _ __ _ Unconditionally guaranteed to" beThe "finest" blend of coffee selling at this price. Bulk oatmeal, 10 Ibs. Toilet Paper, 1000 sheets-__ Monarch Cake Flour _______ Peanut Butter, Yacht Club, 2 Pillsbury's Best Flour— Gay posters have been made to illustrate the project lessons on gift suggestions, a clothing clinic, trimmings, completing the costume, and "your most becoming print dress." 18 Townships Plan Booths. Thirteen townships will have booths. (Prom the material in the booths a judge will choose posters and a special feature for a county project booth at the state fair Following are the townships: Grant, Swea, Harrison, Ledyard, (Lincoln, Greenwood, German, Fenton, Portland, Plum Creek, Irvington, Rlverdale, Lu Verne. A special booth will explain the 1933-34 home project course, which will be the second year home management course. District ConniiUtecwoinnn Coming. 'Mrs. Wynn Jacobs, Forest City, district committeewoman, will represent the state federation and give a talk in the afternoon. Mrs. Mary Gregg, Ames, assistant state H. D A. leader, will be judge. Beulah Larson, Portland town- !hi P. and Mary Mescher, Ramsey Fenton Girl Is Bride— Maxine Emrllla, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred John Weisbrod, of Fenton, was married Tuesday at 5 p. in. at the home of her parents to Clarence Leon Osborn, son of Mrs. Ann Osborn, also Fenton. The Rev. J. T. Snyder, Fenton Methodist pastor, performed the ceremony. The maid of honor was the bride's sister Hazel, and the best nan was the bridegroom's brother •larl. The bride wore a blue crepe Iress with white accessories, and ;he maid of honor a grey crepe Iress with white accessories. After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the Weisbrod home to the bridal party and th following guests attended the cere mony: Mrs. Anna Osborn; the William Browns, Armstrong; Pauline Osborn, Verona Weisbrod, Mrs Kate Newel, Mrs. Hattie Weisbrod all of Fenton. After a short wedding trip to Armstrong and Waterloo the couple will be at home on the .bridegroom's mother's farm, five miles north of Fenton. children helped .her observe the occasion: Otto, of Lakota; Joseph, of iL/ivermore; Lawrence, Mike, Algona; Whittemore; Lillian and . Mrs. Osborn has for the last year or more been the Advance's correspondent at Fenton. Jojnts Are Ten Years Wed— Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Joynt observed their tenth wedding anniversary Sunday by entertaining relatives at dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Joynt came here from Emmetsburg nine years ago. They have two children, Helen and William Charles. Mr. Joynt Is the local C. M. St. P. & p. agent. Thirty-two guests were: Mrs. Joynt's parents, Mr. and Mrs W P. Reinders, her brothers Henrv o-nrl IT',!,,. .1 J-i t „ *-.>**»* j Frank, at home. Mrs. Otto Kop. pen, Mrs. Jos. Koppen/ daughter Eleanor, Mrs. Mike Koppen, daugh ters Mary Ann and Mae and sons Ralph and Cletus, Mrs. Lawrence Koppen, daughter Lucille, and son Billy were also here. .Dinner brought by the guests was served and the afternoon was spent at visiting. Auxiliary Circs Benefit Party— A Legion Auxiliary benefit bridge party was given at the Legion hall last week Wednesday. Mrs. H. D Clapsaddle was chairman of the following committee in charge: 'Mesdames L. M. Merrill, W, P. French, -Henry Becker, T. L. Larson, L. W. Fox, and William Dau. There were 28 guests. The high scores were won .by Mrs. C. H. Williams and Mrs. P. J. iChristensen, and Mrs. Albert Granzow won a travel prize. Union <f-H Club Union 4-H club girls met at Ruth Richs Saturday, ten girls attending. Roll call was answered with ways to honor mothers on Mother s day. Talks were given on music by Fern Gisch and Katherine Oeim, and a talk on rugs by Evelyn Dodds. Songs were practiced and lunch served. Benefit Bridge Party Tonig-hfr- The Catholic Daughters will giv , T m n? rldge par 'y tonTght a arles Gttbrides', east of Algon i the paving. iiiiiMiHiiiiHiiiiiNiHiiMiiiiMiiiiiiM Dainty Cool Cotton Sheei Dresses for Early Surnrnei --i.-i ——. -..AM.* j- UTJ.GOV-UCI , Twain sey ownship, are chairmen of the style ill n\V nr\rr\ 111 H-t-nn show committee. Each township _ 6 ^,., cu , ur n-oject work the past year is en- itled to six adult entries In the tyle show, and the following seven will be shown- classes of goods made-over silks, major or minor FOR PICNICS Use Hormel's Lunch Meats, all kinds. Monarch, bulk, pickles, sweet ____________ i 0c Stock Salt, 100 Ibs. 55c. Block Salt, 50 Ibs Monarch Golden Maize corn, 2 cans Tomatoes, 3 No. 2 cans Oxydol, large pkg _______ " Chipso, large box __ _ ___ ~__~_ ~~~ P. & G. Soap, 10 regular, or 7 gian't" doz. , r mnor alterations; made-over wools, ma- or or minor alterations; made- over cotton or new cotton; children's made overs. A brief explanation of each garment will be given by the H. D. A. as it is being modeled. Program in Detail. The day's program, which will be open to the public, follows: 10:00, Judging of -booths. 10:30-10:35, community singing. 10:35-10:50, talk, Geo. W. Godfrey, county Farm Bureau president. 1931 Ford Sedan 1930 Dodge Sedan ]930 Pontiar It Will 1931 Ford Tudor 1928 Dodge Sedan Coupe 1929 Ford Sedan pay you to see these cars before you buy. TERMS Kent Motor Phone 434 WOOL Last year we advised our farmer friends not to sell wool on account of prices being abnormally ^ low If you wait for the highest top price you may be sorrv Cash m your wool now, while the price is high ' Joe Greenberg Phone 118 >»««»•»»»»»» >++ - T T T " ^ ^ » ^ ^ w w w w The Advance for Job Printing 10:50-11:00, talk, Mrs. J. H. Warburton, Lakota, county chairman home project work. 11:00-11:10, talks by County agent and H. D. A. 11:10-11-50, style show, featuring the clothing thrift idea; music, Mrs. Fred Geigel, Irvington 11:50-11:55, 4->H project, Alice Dreyer, Fenton, county 4-H president. 11:55-12, announcements 12:00-1:00, lunch. Afternoon Program. 1:00-1.-20, music project (Narcis- sius), a playlet, Greenwood-Ramsey townships. 1:20-1:40, talk, Mrs. Wynn Jacobs, Forest City, district committeewoman. 1:40-1:45, community singing. 1:45-3:00, pageant on rural home development. 3:00-3:30, talk by judge. Insurance Agents to Banquet Here Tomorrow Night A meeting of agents of the Allied Mutual Automobile association, represented locally by D D Pax son and H. D. Hutchins, win 'I held at the Algona hotel tomorro noon and afternoon. Other agent expected to attend are: J. H Shei idan, Bancroft; E. O. Chipman Burt; E. R. Worley, Lakota- N L Cotton, Lone Rock; S. F Phillips Lu Verne; Elmer C. Smith, Swe City; Henry iMeyer, Titonka; Die Feldick, Buffalo Center; H. H Mul 1m and Geo. E. Peterson, Britt- J J. Bonnstetter, Corwith; John Hip pen, Kanawha; J. H. Bode, Woden J. M. Rood, Bode; H. A. Gaarde Estherville; H. A. Holte, Ringsted J. 0. Kasa, Wallingford; Geo S Shaw, Plover; C. L. Gunderson Rolfe; and L. p. Stillman, Dolliver Company officials are expected give a program. and Edward, their families, and Mr. Joynt's brothers John and Joseph, all of Mallard; Mr. Joynt's aunts, Mrs. Gus Heisler, and Mrs Joseph Heisler, of Farley, and their husbands; William Reinder, organized for p , m ° re Clty : Mr s. Charles Slagle, Cylinder; the David and Thos. Joynts, Robert Kinsella, and Mrs. Charles Kane, all of Emmetsburg- and Margaret jYies, Mallard. Burt Lively League Iffeete— The Burt Lively League met 'Saturday with the leader, Myrtle 'Hanna, nine members, three mothers, one sisitor, and the H D A attending. Mrs. Leaverton demonstrated various steps of recaning, and some of the girls tried their hand at it. Rae Koestler .was chosen club queen, and Muriel Long delegate to a state convention June •14-15-16 at Ames. The club will also be represented there by Miss Hanna, Beada Kollasch, and Rae Koester. Beada and .Rae won the privilege when they demonstrated at the state fair last year. After the meeting folk games and songs for Festival or Rally day were prac- tlCQd, P. C. Club Honors Mothers— The Plum Creek Social & Literary club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. Lela Gardner; Mrs. Lela Seeley, assisting hostess. The program was in honor of Mothers day. lone Bacon gave a reading; -Nellie McWhorter read poems; Bernice Nelson sang two solos, Mother •Machree and Songs My Mother Taught Me; and a play, Back Fence Neighbors, was given by Eleanor Jenkins and Rachel Becker. Fifty-seven guests and members attended. The next meeting will be a week from tomorrow instead of a week from yesterday and will be held at Elsie Willrett's lone Bacon assisting. Dinner and Card Party— 'Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kent and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller entertained 10 couples at dinner last Thursday night at Mrs. W. E. Kain's. The guests were seated at small tables with bouquets of tulips as center±°J; S -™ e , a£te r;dinner hours were Other Society. QDMrs - fw - p - French entertained a seven tables of bridge Tuesdaj evening Mesdames J. M . Herbst W ' A. Lorenz, Marie Wehler, and 'M. H. Falkenhainer were assisting hostesses. A two^course ' was served. Pn zes won by a •were, awarded to Mesdames J. L Bonar H. M Smith, M. J. strait H ,T M nt> L> C - Nu gent, H. V Hull, and D. T. Nugent Mr and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky entertained the Presbyterian Men's club of 11 members at two-course d nner Tuesday evening. Mrs. Dennis Pratt was assisting hostess. J . Jionar spoke on Russia The Naomi Circle meets wit "• ^-** ^*c mttJLS Wltil Mrs. Oscar Anderson tomorrow afternoon. Each member Is to take a covered-dish. Roll call w m be MX'rTdar 1 S ° meth '' ng ^ •«> Lutheran Pastors Have Meet Here Lutheran pastors of the Algona circuit of the Missouri Synod me at the local Trinity Evangelica Lutheran church last Thursday afternoon, 11 pastors attending A report on various missions was given by the chairman, the Rev R W. Kabelitz, Fenton, and discussion followed. After the meeting lunch was served by the Aid at the parsonage. Other pastors who were here were the Revs. H. D. Stahmer Cylinder; W. H. Discher. Whittemore; J. G. Kitzman, West Bend- Walter Wolfram, Garner; L E Wittenburg, Lu Verne; L. H Schlie, Livermore; Max Friedrich Humboldt; E. Fiene, Lotts Creek- and L. Richmann, Burt. Quarterns Are Now in South America Judge and Mrs. Quarton have heard from their son, Consul Harold B. Quarton, since he arrived at his new post at Guayaquil, Ecuador. Guayaquil Is a seaport, formerly a notorious plague city ~!ven yet the inhabitants, particu- irly foreigners, have to be careful about the drinking-water, food and heir manner of living. The equator lasses through Ecuador, and the hot season there Is even worse than Cuba s. Guayaquil is 70 miles from Quito, capital of Ecuador, which JOasts an excellent climate being n the mountains. s ad > > " Gilmore and .p. ,E. Saunders winning the high scores and Mr. and Mrs W H Cummings thejamily prize. ' ' Mrs. Lizzie Koppen Honored- Mrs Lizzie Koppen was taken by surprise on Mothers day, when her BACCALAUREATE TO BE GIVEJ[ SUNDAY The first event of the annual Algona high school commencement season is scheduled for next Sunday evening at S o'clock at the school auditorium, when the .baccalaureate sermon will be preached by the Rev. A. S. Hueser, Baptist pastor. Music will be furnished by the Baptist choir. , .Next week Thursday evening at 8 o clock the commencement exercises will be held at the same Place. Prof. Thomas J. Kirby o f Towacity will deliver the address. Professor Kirby has been here before to take part in county teach- nStitutes ' The lnw=;- '"' *"" i" u 6»"Hiir fol- «igh School Orchestra — War March of the Priests; The White Queen Overture; Melodie in F- Hungarian Dance. 'Music—In the Time of Roses Invocation—The Rev. M. A Slos- trand, First Lutheran pastor Mixed Chorus—iLiebestraum Address—/Professor Kirby Girls' Chorus—Lift Thine' Eyes- " Algona't Busy Store' Here they are—the most attractive, the most stvll h most outstanding line of she/>r cotton summer hi' "" have ever seen. And at such extremely reasomhi K oo. Dozens and dozens of them from which I prici vour selection and many, many different mocM t ^ your particular demands. to an There are two distinct styles in these earlv dresses—the dressy sheer and the tailored snort - SUmm here in many styles. The sheers are shown own n navy, with cute puff sleeves and pleated taTlomi There is an abundance of neat organdy tr m ? skirts 'l these washable frocks. • Ulln! »i»g 01 Shown, too, are the tailored sport dresses of eavio, ton fabrics—linens, corduroys, piques—beau S °* and brilliantly conceived by those ItyLt!J wK e't! to make summer a season of comfort as well as style Sizes complete from 14 to 4G $1.95 We call your attention to a new line of the popular JiJ line of wash frocks-chic, well styled have created so much favorable comment is the fourth Extra Special! Chrischilles andtterbst mart Moderns will go Bronze in |P% &iJP Morning. •Presentation of awards. 'Presentation of Diplomas. A E Michel, president school .board Benediction—the Rev. Hulse .pthodist pastor. rpTh | Graduating class numbers 66, 42 girls and 24 .'boys, COOK WANTED IN AMOS Andy Cafe, Algona. 011 Resorts the Q s «re em n^ 0 Southern Playgrounds . . an j THEY'RE THE BIO CITEMENT IN AND ' fairgrounds. - — ~v UIAU bUlllg bushel, ready .-.- orders at Holecek Shop, phone 371. — G. Ray shade, spring water. Nellie P Tay" tarm K "'lea north Algona on Penton, Burt P. O. ,"""-•" v^uuiriuja JJ-ESrRES transportation to and from Chiago June 4-11. Share car «. *X drlve lf deslred - ~ Phone 2 J^ ' 19U3R SK US ABOUT POINTS of interest.-^Beaufort Hotel, 112 3rd St ^',.°? p °5 lte .!' ederal Wdg., Minne- 11.50 a day. Park- modern furnished downstairs apartment; also sunall houle close " m " s - man wanted Elsie 20u FARM TIT •"• Wls - a> H-EDS, WYAN- wd ? fttes -*?00. $4.90; 1,000, $48.00 • ^L^^-heavy •« «v.vi mat does MAG things for limited bud- in their ma- irinkled, and &y «»»™»^;£t: M( , Sizes for Misses 12 to 20 II, ! IJPft"-;^ l/TT'>*^^v ¥•• •, y, ,it'i*/ ^ ><!, '• on for sale—installed p hone 627-W. >0,000 TIRES—WlO tires! This makes j finish, ;e oven, out- style. Reas- electricity. 26tfg 'LOT OF —ble our Guaranteed 80.36 a W. lam. your ££?l,£,

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