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PAGE FOUR KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA Specials Cookies, vanilla cake with macaroon cocoanut, per pound B. & R. Nectar, assorted flavors, bottle ,T. &T. Root Beer extract, bottle Raisins, 2 pound bag Extra choice Apricots, 2 Ib. bag Choice Muir Peaches, 2 Ib. bag Dried Beef, 5 oz. jar 2 1-2 o/. jar Shrimp, wet and dry, per can Puffed Wheat, per pkg. • Wax Paper, 2 rolls Oats, Superb brand, *f ft*% large 55-oz. pkg. I UC Pork and Beans, in tomato, large No. 2 1-2 can : Peas, Giant sweet, No. 2 can Poast Ttoasties, large pkg. Baking Powder, big 2 pound can Iced Tea Blend, 5 oz. jar Show Boat "skinned" Salmon, 2 tall cans _ Oil Sardines, 6 cans for filled 9c 25c 14c 14c 29c 20c 17c lOc lOc 9c 5c 10c lOc 9c 19c 25c MISSIONARY MEET IS HELD AT SWEA CITY Swea €lty, May 23—The Northwestern district Woman's Missionary society of the Iowa conference of the Augustana Synod Lutheran church met here last week Tuesday in the Immanuel Lutheran church. Two sessions, morning and afternoon, were held. Seventy women answered roll call, and towns represented were Algona, Bancroft, Marcus, Spencer, (Royal, Omaha, Neb., and Sioux City. Two district officers were present, Mrs. John Nordstrom, president, and Mrs. Arthur Johnson, treasurer. Mrs. G. L. Lundquist, president of the conference from Fort Dodge, also attended. The morning session was given over largely to reports by department secretaries. •Mrs. iLundquist and Martha Hoi- comb also gave talks. The junior missionary band of the Swea church gave a number. During the dinner hour an assortment of bas- kot weaving, sewing, etc., made on the mission field was shown. In the afternoon the principal talks were given by Mrs. G. L. Lundquist, Mrs. Kowanch, Omaha, and the Rev. 'Mr. Sjostrand, of Algona. Resolutions were presented condemning the attempted repeal of Union Teacher Makes 10-Year School Record Union Twp., May 23 — Gertrude Sage Ackerman, who closes the iDlst. No. 4 school this week, Is completing ten years of successful teaching, ail done In two schools. Hurt NO. 2, five years, and Union No. 4, five years. A total of 84 pupils have come under Mrs. Ackerman's Influence, 33 credited to Burt township, 51 in Union. Mrs Ackerman has had 21 pupils complete the eighth grade under Jier supervision. There have been eighth grade pupils every year of her teaching. The following have been graduated from the Dist. No. 4 under her: Alec Will, Melvin Alt, Martha Will, Clarence Lohse, Donald Thompson, Bernadine Mahoney, George Rich, Laurence Alt, Walter Rich, Pearl Alt, Dorothy Ward, Jeanne Devine. Como on to. Chicago for OPKNIXG DAY World's Fair MAY 27th President Roosevelt plans <o talsc part; there'll lie a "Salute of 3f n .Cons;" the Hip Parade starts at 30:00 a. .111.; lis-lit from tho star Arcturus (forty liplit years away) •mil turn on the illumination for the evening program. A Mir <l«j- and a still bigger night. l$e sure to attend. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF ture department was liy 15 boys at Ames Memorial Day Bargain Fares 07TLY. ffl<f (\ flf HOUND \l|l hh TIUFTO iPIUlUU CHICAGO Good in Cotichns Stay Soveral Hays if You Like Go May 2fi to 'M inclusive. Return ] to reach destination by midnight, June 2. Correspondingly low fares in effect M"^ nnr/\ir«' 4-^ .ill ..n..,.. _,~s..i_. nTi 2 11._ nil. dim .Allb. the 18th amendment and 3-2 per cent beer, and urging all members of the church and the society to work and vote against repeal. Juniors Hosts to Seniors— The annual H. S. Junior- senior banquet was served Friday evening by the Legion Auxiliary in the Legion hall. The banquet was served In the lower rooms and the upstairs was arranged by the juniors for a reception room. It was decorated in the class colors, black and gold, with yellow tea roses, the class flower. (D. W. Fultz was toastmaster, and Florence Johnson gave the welcome, responded to by Sidney Rural Schools Day Tomorrow— Jessie M. Parker, Des Molnes, state Inspector standard rural schools, will give the principal address on the annual Rural Schools day program this week Friday afternoon at the Good Hope church. Miss Parker gave the address when the Dist. No. 4 school was awarded the rating Superior three years ago. All interested persons are invited to the Rural Schools day. Next Club Meeting June 1— (Mesdames Anna Zanke and Erma Hutchinson. Thelma Appelt spoke of "Divine Discontent"; Dorothy Christiansen, "Stepping Stones""; Supt. Parsons, "Forward"; Teddy Hundsness gave the class prophecy; and Merlin Larson the class will. The senior boys' quartet and the girls' quartet each furnished a number. The class motto is: The past gone forever—the future still out- own. After the banquet the juniors had baby pictures of the seniors in the reception room for the guests to guess as to identity. Bernice Smith guessed all, and received a 5-lb. box of candy as a prize. Class day will be May 24 and commencement May 25. Hoys Win in Ames Contest— Swea City's vocational agricul- Harvey will be hostesses at a Mothers & 'Daughters club meeting Thursday, June 1. The president desires a good attendance, as an important business meeting is scheduled. The program will be: paper, Iowa authors, Mrs. Anna Marlow; paper, Little Journeys to the Homes of Iowa, Mrs. Louise McNutt. Two Birthdays Are Honored— A family gathering was held at William Rich's Sunday to honor the •birthdays of Mrs. Rich and the daughter Ruth. The birthdays were earlier in the month.. The guests included the Ethan Lights, Burt; the William Draytons and the John 'Richs, Four Corners; Mesdames Light and iDrayton; John, Ruth, George, and Walter Rich, at home. Saw Mill Kept Busy- James Elaine, Sexton, brought his portable saw mill to the A. B. Schenck farm last week Monday. Mr. Schenck is having a large number of logs from his woodlot made into lumber. • Mr. Elaine has been kept busy since the first of the year, and has sawed 60,000 feet of lumber. Jos. Fraser is his helper. Frank JHeMioff Is Unwell— 'Friends of Frank iRiebhoff are sorry to know that he has for the last month been In poor health. He lives on the farm his father, Michael Riebhoff, took up as a government claim in 1S5G. Corn Still Kclng Planted- Many farmers are still planting corn. Some fields are beginning to show rows, A rain, which has been threatening for some time, is now needed. Other Union News. CLeona Householder accompanied Lone Rock friends to Garner Sun- lay to attend a league rally at St. John's Lutheran church, a few niles north of Garner. A ball game n the afternoon, a supper, and an evening program made up the chedule. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence .Riebhoff are parents of a daughter, born Sunday. They have one other daughter, Clarice, a beginner in the Dist. No. 2 school. Mrs. Riebhoff was Eunice ODoege before marriage. Jean Cruikshank closed the 'Hobarton school, which she taught SENEGA 10ARD the past year, with a picnic at the schoolhouse Friday, tended. Parents at- Clifford Pelleymounter, who had been living with the Frank Thompsons, began work at Herman Soderburg's, Bancroft, Monday. 'Dist. No. 4 mothers met at the schoolhouse Friday to plan a picnic dinner for Rural Schools day. Bancroft, May '23—The following teachers have been hired for the Seneca consolidated school for the coming year: the 'Rev. H. A. 'Keyman, Plover Methodist pastor, superintendent; Gladys Buerkins, of iPella, principal; Ruth Hallett, Union, high school; Reglna Berens, of Bancroft ,6th and 6th; Marjorie 'Sherman, Bancroft, 3rd and 4th; Ruth Carlisle, Whlttemore, primary. iR. L. Rossman, former superintendent, has o contract with the school at Cylinder. There are 12 graduates at Seneca this year. The baccalaureate sermon will be given by the Rev. S. M. Gladstone, Lone Rock, at the schoolhouse,next Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. 'Commencement exercises will be held Monday. The graduates are Kenneth Halverson, Stanley Jensen, Theodore Behrends, Ellwyn Godden, Lavon Madden, Dorcella Jensen, Doris iL'arson, Eldora Strecker, Ruth Kueck, Edna Strecker, Lu Ella Bierstedt, and Mildred Almlie. Meces Hurt in Accident— Mrs. John Kockler received word Monday that her nieces, iCelia Krapp, 20, and the latter's sister Loretta, 11, were seriously injured Sunday morning, when a car in which they were riding was struck by a Milwaukee passenger train near Portland, which is near Mason City. The girls and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Krapp, were going home from church. The girls were taken to the Park hospital, Mason City. -The car was hurled against toox cars on a side track and was demolished. Celia Krapp, who spent two weeks here last summer with her aunt, is a school teacher. years,. aftd Miss Sherman Kflll teach at Seneca . (Leone Kellar will (teach the school two miles west ot Swea City on the pavement, and ,E)relyn Behrman will again teach the 6th and 6th grades at Lone Hock. Droessler to F. B. Meeting— .Edward Droessler attended northwest district meeting of Farm Bureau presidents and county agents at Storm Lake last Thursday. Oeo. W. Godfrey, Algona, county president, could not attend, and Mr. Droossler took his" place. School Brents nt Itlver— The public school faculty entertained the seniors at breakfast at the river Saturday. Supt. <J. D. Hart Is to entertain the faculty at the river. The high school's annual picnic took place Monday afternoon, Lions Win from Thompson — The 'Bancroft Lions ball team won another game Sunday, when it defeated Thompson, 3-1. Other Bancroft Mrs. Blanche Beckner, daughter represented last week. Hutchinson, John ence Roba, Darf Those attending were: Emery Berguson, Merlin Larson, Sidney Schueler, Clar- 'Larson, Caleb Hartshorn, Robert Lelancl, Russell Roba, Wayne Griffith, Maurice Seylar, Jerome Selvik, Chas. Peterson, Laurence Tish and Keith Dye. The boys, accompanied by to nil other points: Three-fourths of the ono-vniy fare for the round trip, ,u'<>o<l in coaches — one fare plus 2, r >c for the round trip, good In. sleeping 1 ;»nd parlor cars. Round trip sleeping' car rates cut 25 per cent. 1'or your convenience while in Chicatfo: Ono-to-fire day low-cost tours—including hotel accommodations. World's Fair admission tickets, suyhtseeing 1 . Ask local {;. & X. W. ll'y Ticket Agent 1844 Chicago & North Western llv. For Service Have us clean your RUGS URAPES HATS FELT OK S Cleaned and deblocked SUITS AND DRESSES IE fact all kinds of wearing apparel cleaned, repaired, and pressed. Ask us about Fur Storage Modern DRY CLEANERS Phone 537. We call for and deliver. Lawn Mowers Sharpened We grind reel and blade on power machine. KORTON MACH. WORKS CONSTIPATION 6 YEARS, TROUBLE NOW GONE John J. Dawn had chronic constipation for .six years. By usins Ad- lerlka 'ha soon got rid of it, and feels liko a new person. Adlerika is quick acting—safe.—E. W. Lusby, druggist. s L ' E ' Mrs. Harold Roba and Mrs. F. A. Griffith, left here at 4 a. in., arriving at Ames at 8:15 a, m. The boys won first in wood working, tenth in demonstration, and fourth in dairy products judging. They missed third place in cream judging by only five-tenth of a point. Two Haccalaurwites Given — Two baccalaureate sermons were preached in Swea City Sunday evening. The Rev. Mr. Swanson, of the Lutheran church, preached the sermon for the Swea City high school, and ,the Rev. Mr. Seimens, of the Baptist church, spoke for the Grant consolidated school in the Baptist church. Packed houses greeted each the events. In the school house the Rev. Mr. McDowell, of the Methodist church, gave the benediction and invocation, and the boys and girls glee clubs sang. There are 24 In this year's class. Crowd Attends Mat Bouts- Last week Tuesday evening an enthusiastic crowd witnessed the wrestling matches in the opera house-.'. The first match between Bauer and Olson was won by Bauer in 2fi minutes for the first fall and nine minutes for the second throw. Alfred Barslou was unable to wrestle. The Lawrence Sanftner vs. Carl Ross, of Sherburn, bout was called a draw at the close of the first round. -Raymond Barslou and Buzz Reynolds wrestled to a draw, and Mickey Reynolds threw Garber in six minutes. earned awards were eligible to attend, and the faculty and school board members were guests also. A program was given following dinner, and toasts were: 'Facing the Footlights, Miss Stranahan; Grease Paint, James Logan; A Home Run, Mrs. Lauritzen; The Swishers, Kenneth Thompson; Putting Them Wise, Willis >Dyer; Golden Tone, V. A. Barrett; Reechoes, Tilmer Halvorson. The toastmistress was Fern Lewis. James Logan presented Miss Nolan with a 'ScheMfer desk set as a token of remembrance from the Putuwiz staff. Miss Nolan leaves here for Casey next year. .Election of baseball and basketball captains took place: for girls' basketball. Aleitha Brack; for boys, Alfred Lloyd. In baseoall Kenneth Thompson is captain for 1933 and 1934. Following the program all adjourned to the auditorium. Mr. Barnes, of Forest City, talked on the advantages of athletics, and Supt. Heines, of Elmore, on the advantages of other school activities. Two one-act plays were presented, and the mixed chorus sang two numbers. Children's Day is Planned— The Methodist Sunday school board was entertained at the parsonage last Thursday evening, and plans were made for children's day. A committee, Mrs. Geo. W. Nelson, Mrs. Barker, Mrs. Frank Thomson, and Irene Dourte was appointed. Samuel Warburton and Iva Moats were especially honored, the day being their birthdays. Dr. Kulunder Is Honored— Dr. H. Kulander attended a state dental association meeting in Des Moines last week. At a banquet he was honored by being presented with a life membership. A badge was presented to him, which denotes not only life membership but high professional skill and ethical practice. lireuks Ann in Vaulting— Bobby Haglund broke his arm lust week in an attempted pole vault. Other Swea City. The' Thursday club met at R. A. Bravender's last Thursday afternoon. Mesdames Olof Pearson, Vaux and Carlson gave an interesting lesson. Committees for the new year were appointed by the president, Mrs. Warner. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sanburn left Sunday for El Paso, Tex., to visit Mr. Sanburn's mother. June Thomson spent the weekend with her parents, the Frank Thomsons. ADDING MACHINE AT THE ADTANCB AWARD PUPILS AT LEDYARD ARE HONORED Ledyard, May 23-^Last week Monday night the Purple and Gold Activity association held a banquet and Johnson will be Judges. The contest will close July 15. School Paper Has Honor Roll- Members of the iPutuwiz staffs who received awards for having earned over 300 credits are: Lillian Sanders, 553; James Logan, 494; Fern Lewis, 467; Willis Dyer, 447; Ervin Klinksiek, 444; Tilmer H'alvorson 1 , 326. Buffalo Center Badly Beaten— The Ledyard independent ball team played Buffalo Center Moulton were the battery for Ledyard. Blue Earth Girl to Teach— A teacher 'has been hired to take Miss Nolan's place. She is Miss Rush, Blue Earth, graduate of the Minnesota university. Aid Plans a picnic— The Methodist Aid will g i ve a picnic at Frank Kelly's this week Thursday afternoon. All are to meet at the church at 2 o'clock. Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs. A. IF. Nierling and Waukon, Mrs. School Has Gala Day— Last week Tuesday school closed with a pageant, picnic dinner, and ball game. The pageant, A Journey to Health Land, was presented by the first eight grades, showing fresh-air fairies, milk, fruit, and vegetables, care of testh, etc. The senior high had a flag drill, and the band played America. Erma Barslou was crowned May queen; Irvin Klinksiek, May king, bearers were Patty Olson, 'Ring- Betty Link; trainbearers, Marjory Mayer and Marjory Gable; heralds, Ellwood Green and Bernard Anderson; maids of honor, Elsie Schwartz and Mary Miller; men of honor, Dale Estle, Marvin Junkermeier; James .Logan, court jester. Ten girls wound the May pole: Lydia Logeman, Louise Friest, Lois Link, Crystal Berglund, Irene Schwartz, Aleitha Brack, Freda Schadendorf, Lillian and Eleanor Sanders. Ledyard won a ball game from Grant, 11-5. Choir Gives a Program— A Seth Parker program given by the Methodist choir Sunday evening was well attended, and a $5.95 collection was taken. The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson were 'Seth and Ma respectively; V. A. Barrett was Cephas; Mrs. Link, his sister Lizzie and Harold Granner the captain. The rest were neighbors who dropped in for the evening. Sixteen at Lnkotn. Guest Day— Last week Wednesday'the following people attended Guest day at the Methodist church, Lakota: Mesdames Jenks, Niester, J. T. Welfare, Charles HUferty, Matzener, Barrett, Warner, Burrows, L. A. Nitz, Thompson, Strand, Baschara Mayer and Marjory, O'Keefe, and Henrietta. A good program was given. Town Hall is Improved— The building which serves as town hall, water pumping station, and jail, has had a thorough h'ouse- cleaning. A new approach has been built, the building has been painted, and now the yard is being landscaped. This is a big improvement in the appearance of Main street. Home Improvement Prize Offered Boudrye & Carpenter have offered a new lawn mower to the person making the most improvements this season In beautifying homes. The Revs. Messrs. Depping, Sturm, Ame ha Boomer, of - *", a . Tillmoney, of Wells, and Mrs were visitors Sunday and Monday at L. W. Wiemer's. Mr. Nierling is Mrs. Tillmoney's brother, Mrs. Boomer a cousin, and Miss Kerndt a niece. I he following young people attended a recent Sunday school convention at Schaller: Esther and Dorene Logeman, and Naomi Irene, and Elmer Junkermeier ' Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett 'left Friday for two weeks with Mrs. Barrett's people, the Raneys, at Liyermore, and Mr. Barrett's parents at Chester. Marjorie Matzener accompanied Miss Stranahan to Fayette last Thursday to spent a week with Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Dewell. n D. n G f ° rge Carpenter attended meeting of the drys at Bancroft last Thursday night, week vn c - ' " , Miss Stranahan, and Frank Moulton were at Rapidan last Wednesday. Mrs. Edward Christ, Greenfield, and .her daughters Vivian and Eunice came Saturday to visit rela- lives. James Mayne Sr. has returned, after a m'onth with his daughter Mrs. Roy Hartshorn, Swea City The Ray Links left last Tburs- 'L. A. Nitz has returned from Chi- dago, where he went with cattle. fow Former Priests Here Return— The Rev. Father Jungblut, Danbury, and the Rev. C. Ernst, Oto, spent last week Monday and Tuesday at the local Catholic parsonage with Fathers Schultes and Pick. They were entertained at dinner at Algona by the Rev. Father Davern Tuesday. Father Jungblut was pastor here many years, and it was under his supervision that the present Catholic church was built. Father Ernst, who was assistant to Msgr. J, D. Fisch here, was appointed to Oto from here last February. Attend Funeral nt Chicago— Mrs. Bridget Quinn, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Burns, Emmetsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Quinn, Arcadia, got home Saturday from Chicago, where they attended the funeral of a cousin. Mrs. Bridget Quinn, son Charles; daughters Margaret and Julia, granddaughter Madeline, Mr. and Mrs. Burns, and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Quinn were dinner guests Sunday at Jack Quinn's, near (Lone Rock, and that afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Burns and the Jay Quinns left for home. Burt Couple is Honored- Mr, and Mrs. Merwyn Holding attended a 1 p. m. dinner given by Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Wallace Saturday evening at their home at Algona in honor of the second wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Outlier Fairbanks, Burt. After din- ier,. bridge was played at three tables, and Mrs. Holding and C. Rist, Fort Dodge, won the high scores. High Cream Checks Issued— iHigh cream checks paid by the Bancroft creamery for the last two weeks of April went to Henry !~~ Lampe, $82.99; Leo Bernhard, | ' $58.38; John Wesselman, $51.40; J. J. Nurre $50.36; F. H. Mescher, $44.89; Anton Stork, $36.84; Edward Droessler, $36.05; Maurice Bernhard, $33.99; Peters & Wibben, $33.03. Bancroft Girls to Teach— Coletta Kockler will teach the John Karsten school which Mar- Jorie Sherman taught the past two Grace, the former's daughter-in- law, Mrs. Raymond Beckner, and Margaret Howe had a weiner roast at the Ambrose A. Call state park, Algona, last week Wednesday evening. Only a small crowd attended a card party at the Forester hall Sunday evening given by the Catholic missionary society. Five hundred was played, and iLucille and Jos. Vaske won the high scores. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Riehl, Churdan, were over-Sunday guests of Father J. F. Schultes. Father J. P. Quirin, Britt, stopped last Thursday a few hours with the priests here. He was on his way to St. Paul. Mrs. Blanche Beckner, daughter Grace, and the former's daughter- in-law, (Mrs. Raymond Beckner, spent Saturday and Sunday at Fort 'Dodge with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Holmquist. Mrs. John Schneider spent last Thursday at Fenton with Mrs. Clarence Leisfeld. 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