Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1933 · Page 3
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^5S^^^^ Ledyard Independents Lose 8-4 to Bancroft . broken off, wlnd- i. «*re blown oft,, and damage done. At Mrs. la wood silo ^8 f t % n afftrm six miles jLedyard, June 6-The Ledyard ndependent hall team'was again efeated by Bancroft Sunday, 8-4 lancroft scored four runs in the Irst inning, two In the second no In the fourth, and one' In the inth. Ledyard scored two In the econd and two in the third. War- er hit a home run, and Klinksiek r«v.nton Forwards 4-H club S Mueller's last week L A members, the leader, K. visitors attending. Roll * suitable materials for Alvina Dreyer gave a Carillon music, and Vir- Wank on Our Symphony Z Members read poems, «« were practiced for Rally ffnext meeting will be held > Miller's June 20. „, pharmacy Ttets— < H Eigler, son Derwood, ™/Mary Jane, and Robert FL latter of Omaha, drove Us last week Monday, and Eigler and Mary Jane visited i-r Brookers there while the Lent to Iowa City to take 1 pharmacy board exam.na- ' Both boys are pharmacy this year of Creighton sitjr, Omaha. Bower Girls Meet- El, A. Welslbrod and Mrs. J were hostesses to the lard Bearer girls at the h'Jast week Monday. (Marjorie • had charge of the lesson i by Nettie Weisbrod, Ber- iKramer, and Ruth .Glaus. A iary quiz was conducted by ^Volght. The social hour war large, of June Weisbrod. i Pastor Confirms 12— i Rev. R. W. Kabelitz con I the following class at St Lutheran church Sunday 15: Harold Krueger, Tsunel [abelitz, Ruth Hesse, Bernard i, Marie Menke, Edna Thees IjUvlna Hesse, Eleanor Runke fcond Kracht, Harold Bor Harold Dreyer, Ervin Ike. j Sowing Circle Meets— . J. P. Newel was hostess t •cas Sewing Circle last week iday. Among guests • wer I Walter Warner, Des Moines pier Sally Ann; Mesda'mes H (del, F. J. Weisbrod, F. P .Anna Osborn, C. L. Osborn G. W, Newel, Lola Warner, Ha felsbrod, and Gladys Stoeber \ fa Home on Wheels— s Oliver Stoebers, Armstrong 1 overnight recently wit ;oeber's parents, Mr. and Mrs p. Stoeber, en route" to Ceda |\. where he Is attendin He built a cabin on wheel with kitchenette, and. th i using it for living quar- • Tea Is Given— i birthday tea was given at sthodlst church Friday. "Ye ishioned School" was the title * program. Hostesses were nes C. G. Humphrey, W. tort, Philip Wander, 0. H, tan, J. B. Hartman, Mary pedt, and Truman Johnson. i Graduation of Brother— i Stoeber, accompanied by ^Raymond Stoeber and Mrs. S. " w; drove to Minneapolis [Thursday. Mrs. Meyer's broth- Is a graduate there this year [ she attended the exercises. to Wisconsin— , »M. E. Otterness, accompan- r Ws brother Don, of Kelley. r Don's wife, who had visited ~ [«tew days, left one day last for Wisconsin to visit the ' Parents, ' Badly Beaten- league ball team played '"ft here last Thursday, and ~ was badly defeated, 15-2. Other Fenton News. ';Kate Newel drove, here'from Jl'BajV the Okobojis, last I; Wednesday to visit relatives, ™!? Thursday.evening, ac"** by Irene. Newel, whp " ""-st till Sunday, .when Mr. and. Mr.s. J. *\ the day there and KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA Neuenfelrtt, Alden, en route. They were to be gone two weeks. Herbert Zlelske has charge of the Mayne Standard Oil station. qinT n 1 ?! 1 Mrs ' Mllton Th( "npson, •Sioux City, visited the parental George Thompsons Sunday morn- Ing. Milton went back the uay, his wife staying same , -.- , --- — Lichllter nd Menke. Llchllter allowed eight Its and had six strike-outs with ne walk. iFor Ledyard in the irst two innings Ostormann and Moulton were the battery, and for he rest of the game Moulton and Warner. Together eleven hits were allowed and one walk, and there wrere three strike-outs. Harold Granner was umpire. Wisconsin Couple Visit Here- Mr, and Mrs. A. E. Scott, Waren, Wis., were last week Tuesday guests at John Miller's. Mrs. Scott s a sister of Mrs. P. E. Damon and Mrs. Thail Stevens, both old residents here. Mr. and Mrs. Stevens are now located near Tomah, Wis., center of a large strawberry indus- :ry. They have an acre of straw- >errles. Their daughter Jane will soon complete her first year of nurse's training at St. Mary's hospital, Madison, WIs. Sister of Mrs. Yahnke Dies- Mrs. Glen Yahnke received word ast Thursday of the death of her sister, Mrs. August Wlnklemann, of Wheaton, 111. Funeral services were held .Sunday at the old home, Buffalo Center, and attending from iiere were the Mesdames Jenks, Wester, Matzeer, L. A. Nitz, und Etalvorson, and. Mr. and Mrs. 3eorge Thompson, Mrs. Milton Thompson, and Clifford Jenks. Sister Graduated as Nurse- There were no Methodist services Sjinday. The Rev. and Mrs F. O. Johnson were at Knoxville, and then at Des Moines to attend exercises at which Mrs. Johnson's was graduated from Mercy hospital as nurse. Calvin Peterson 1!J; Party— Mrs. Cecil Peterson entertained a group of small boys last week Tuesday in honor of Calvin Peterson's 13th birthday. Calvin's home is at Sanborn, but he is spending several weeks here. First Communion for Children- iFirst communion was held Sunday at the Sacred Heart churcl for boys and girls who will be confirmed later. Talinkes Attend Family Reunion— The Glen Yahnkes attended the annual Yahnke reunion at Wells Minn., last week Wednesday. Catholic Bible School Ends— A vacation Bible school held tw< weeks at the Sacred Heart church closed Saturday. Ships TraJnload of Cuttle— JPeter Cassem shipped nine car loads of cattle to Chicago las week Monday. Lu Verne, for a visit in Visconsln. Harold Granner, Renwick, came ast week Wednesday to work at ie Dunn garage. The Dunns will eave soon for Indiana to visit Mr. Dunn's mother and attend the World's fair at Chicago. 'Mrs. Wm. Garry's two brothers rom (Rochester visited her Friday, nd her mother, Mrs. Walsh, Who ad spent the winter here, went :ome with them. Mrs. Chas. Baschara entertained he Methodist Aid lust Thursday. fifty-four women attended, and a ollection of $4.60 was taken. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Kelly, Hewitt, vlinn., visited Mrs. Laura Niester Friday. The Kellys are former esidents of Grant township. The Fred iReeces and Mrs. Gladys 'ugsley and her children, all of Dos Moines, visited over Sunday at " W. Recce's. The V. A. Barretts returned last Thursday from two weeks at Ches- 'er with Mr. Barrett's parents. The J. C. Petersons, Sanborn, visited at Cecil Peterson's last week Wednesday and Thursday. Alice Mayne had her tonsils re- novetl by Doctor Devine last week Tuesday at Bancroft. The Methodist Aid meets this week Thursday at the farm home of Mrs. Ralpli Olson. Allen Looft, 'Swea City, spent last week at N. A. Pingel's and Mrs John Looft's. The Rev. Father Sturm left Sunday for Sioux City to attend retreat. LAKOTA GROUP TO B, G, FOR BROW MEET Dakota, June 13—(Four from Lakota attended the Methodist Brotherhood meeting of the Forest City group last week Monday evening a Buffalo Center. The women were Invited to this meeting •hich was the last for the year, he attendance was 180. Winne- ago county men teamed to play Hancock and Kossuth men kitten- all from 6 to 8 o'clock when the Ud served a 26c dinner in the hurch dining room. Ralph Bowen, f Buffalo Center, was toastmas- Burt Mrs. Leonard Schmidt and two children spent several days las' week with the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore. Mrs. Earl Finn, Belmond, and two daughters came Sunday for a week with Mrs. Finn's sister, Mrs J. E. Thorson. The Floyd Dremmels, Aurora 111., arrived Sunday for two week with Floyd's parents, Mr. and Mrs P. L. Dremnusl. The Rebekahs will serve ice cream, cake, and pie on the stree next Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney visit ed Mr. Heaney's parents at Kies ter, Minn., Sunday. Winsome Volentine had an oper ation Saturday at an Esthervill hospital. Fenton Other Ledvard News. Mrs. V. A. Barrett went to Liver more Saturday to visit her parents Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Raney. Othe guests there were Mr. and Mrs. C •E. Clark, Britt; Mrs. Emma Clark Big Stone City, S. D.; and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Clark, Pomona, 3alit., who were en route to Now fork state to visit their son Ronald and were to attend the World's fair. The Howard Maynes left last Thursday for Mrs, Mayne's old lome, Moberly, Mo., and visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus en Friday for Sunday school the Presbyterian picnic. After din- PAGfe f er, and Bennet Mitchell gave the ddress of welcome, Mrs. J. H. Warburton, Lakota, responded for he women. E. W. Kellogg, Crysal Lake, talked on The Brother- id group in the church, R. H. 3chuffelbetn, Woden, (Brotherhood n the community, and a Mr. Cross, iake Mills, Brotherhood of the mtlon. Mr. Anderson and Nels Thor, Lake Mills, sang a duet, rohn Gobuff, Hayfleld, spoke on Brotherhood of the World, and a 3- act play, Dad's Night Out, was then fiven in the auditorium, The Rev. fir. Howe gave the benediction. Inkotans Wed at Algona— Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kroll, southeast of town farmers, and Henry Kellon were married at the German (Lutheran jarsonage in Algona Saturday. Attendants were John Kroll, brother of the bride, and Alexena Brayton, of Britt. The bride wore a light alue silk dress and carried pink tea roses. The bridesmaid wore a light blue and white silk print dress and carried pink snapdragons. A wedding supper was .served to about 30 relatives and friends at the home of the bride's parents, and a dance was given at the Woodman hall in the evening. Mr. Kellon works for Mr. Trenary and they will live here this summer. ner they went swimming and roller skating, and there were 86 of the group on the floor at one time. Funds from the Sunday school treasury were used to supply money for the treat. Christs Hare Family Reunion— A Christ reunion was held at A. C. Klocke's Sunday. The Ed Christs, .Greenfield, the August Christs, Wells, Minn., the W. H. Gelhauses, Hubbard, and the Fred Mabuses, Lakota, enjoyed a picnic dinner and spent the day visiting. Mrs. 81m Wlltse Is Dead- Mrs. Bert Klenitz received word recently that Mrs. Sim Wlltse had died April 19 at her home in Knox, S. O. Mr. Wiltse is a brother of Mrs. Klenitz'a late mother, Mrs. Sid Lindsay. The Wlltses formerly lived here. Pnstor Directs Town Blind — The first band concert of the season was given Saturday night and a large crowd was in town to hear it. The Rev. Mr. Frerking is again director and the 'Lakota merchants are again sponsors. Picnic Honors Birthday — Last week Sunday was Mrs. Bertha Nitz's birthday and a picnic dinner was given at her son L. A. Nitz's home in honor of the event. Relatives and intimate friends enjoyed the day with her. Gabel Family Has Reunion— A Gabel reunion was held at George Hettland's Sunday, when five brothers and two sisters and their families enjoyed a picnic dinner and supper together. About 26 attended. 4 To Attend World's Fair- Mrs. George Winter left last week for Chicago to visit her daughter Bernice, who lives there, and to attend the World" s fair. She expects to be gone two weeks. Shower Honors Louise Frlest— A post nuptial shower was given at the FriestS last Thursday afternoon honoring Louise Friest. About 50 attended and she received many beautiful gifts. Other Lakota IVews. Mr. and Mrs. George Mussman, Ellsworth, Minn., visited at H. D. Mussman's last week arid Mr. and Mrs. Mussman accompanied them to Rlceville and Sheffield to visit with their daughters, Mrs. George Kemp and Mrs. Elmer Dow. The young folks Methodist Sunday school class had a picnic supper at Emory Smith's last week Tuesday evening. At the business meeting It was decided to have a swimming party the second Tuesday in July. Florence Koppen, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Koppen, left for Des Moines last week. Her father took her to Webster City via automobile and she took a bus from there. Mr. and.Mrs. L. J. Needham and her daughter, Lavon, and husband Porter Henneman, of Albert (Lea, spent the week-end with the Guy Beemers, returning home Sunday afternoon, 'Mesdames R. Hamilton and Jerry Ukena will entertain the Presbyterian Missionary society at the church parlors Thursday afternoon. A good program has been arranged. Mr. and Mrs. Oran O'Keefe spent last week Tuesday at Spencer visiting at the Rev. H. E. Hutchinson's, a former pastor of the local Methodist church. The Luther League held a party at Leonard Christ's Thursday evening. The weather was ideal and 50 enjoyed the evening. Lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Koppen went to Webster City Sunday to attend a family reunion of the Smith fam- HRJM ly. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley drove to Interlaken Sunday to meet Mr. and Mrs. Rlnderkneeht, of Ringsted, and spend the day with them. The Burt Christian Endeavor will give a pageant, The Unlighted ross, at the local Presbyterian church next Sunday evening. Mrs. Hazel Dawson and children ;ame from Excelsior, Minn., Saturday, and will visit with her moth- r, Mrs. C. R. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krall went to Algona Saturday and brought Mrs. Clara Dalton home with them for a few days visit. Mrs. Charles Winter, Mrs. Russell Winter, and their guest, Mrs. McAdams, were Algona visitors Friday. Frank Lewis and Charles Out* knecht went to Chicago two wealth ago and spent a few days at th* fair. Mrs. Erman Hanson and childfMt and Mrs. J. H. Warburton were At» gona visitors Friday. The Misses Atari-field and Jensem played a number of piano duets during the meal. ^ Tie to Be Played Off. Whittemore, June 13—UurtM Junior League nine has been dated for a July 4 game against the I*- cals. This will play off a 10-ln- nlng 2-2 tie game played here a week ago Sunday. The Jbedyanl- Whittemore town teams will plajr here the same day. F OR SERV1CE DRY CLEANING You need not worry no matter how delicate the color of your dress. We guarantee to remove all grease and liquid stains from your garments. MEN'S SUITS Cleaned, pressed and repaired and made to look like new. Give our service a trial. SEE US ABOUT FUR STORAGE We represent one of the best fur storages in Des Moines and can give you the best of service. We call for and deliver. Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 637 r eisbrods left, last - to visit Mrs, Weis- Wtents at Moulton, and *<*" ""nit to Des Moines af- - ~ sister Florence,, who j* »we and whom they bWln ""» tor the summer with Mr. and Mrs. W. J, ».tp. . Httle Weisbrod i Alice -'. Minn.,,last week :,. Mr «"• W. J. Weisbrod's • r - Gibbons has been' critic- V. R, Wolfe, Mrs. .Edward Mr 0an 5 Baa e°. Mrs. E. C. i. S;E *£?• August Nelson,. and . "*• tCj. nr.t*ois\*» _j_j _ . • _ * •• ^ e< * Tuesday. at B « . • r o? ' Mr8 - Wllirett- had - L - ls enta part ter iLaura Boettcher returned las Thursday from a few days with he aunt, Mrs. Charles Schemmel, o RIngsted. . The K. 0. Stephensons returne last Thursday from a few days wit the Ellis Stephensons, Newton. .Ruth Espe went to Esthervill last week Wednesday to visit with her aunt, Mrs. F. W. Lakin. Gerald Voigt spent several days last week with Donald Boevers, north of Algona. Robert Voettler is at Prairie du Chien, Wis., to take treatment for rheumatism. 'Mrs. E. D. White entertained the Hook & Needle club last week Wednesday. Acorn Club Entertained— Mrs. A. Q. Smitlh was hostess to the Acorn cluib Thursday afternoon. After the business meeting the following program was given: roll call, My Favorite Bible Character; scenes and stories of the Jordan, Mrs. Claire Frerking; story of Priscilla and Aguita, Mrs. I. E. Wortman. Out of town guests were Mesdames Violet Jacooson, Paulina and F. G. Torine, Armstrong, and Collette Schissel, Minneapolis. Drowning Victim is Buried— iLou, Emma and Louise Thaves received a message Saturday afternoon saying their nephew Verle, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thaves, of Burt, had drowned in Clear Lake that afternoon. The Misses Thaves went to Burt at once, and with their brother Gus, and Mrs. Edward Thaves, went to Clear Lake, and the body was brought toack'to Burt tihat night. Crowd Attends F. B. Meet— The (Ledyard township Farm Bureau met at iLou Nitz's Friday night and a good crowd attended. The program was: Community singing; piano duet, Mary Elaine Smith and Miss Johnson, Buffalo Center; Lorenz and Bertlha Nitz sang two duets; and Lorraine Smith and Beth Hamquist gave a one-act play. S. 8. Picnic Attracts 130— A crowd of 130 went to Interlak- NBVER AGAIN PEHHA9PS WILL you see such values. Gamble's June sale. Simoniz 29c, tube repair kit 4c, top dressing 19c, blue razor blades 2c, Turkish towels 6c. 27-40 Cotton is up 100%-Rubber is up lOO- ALL-WEATHER Supertwist Cord Tire The world'* itaadard of value -because It outsells any other tire In the world. Full overslie. Lifetime guaranteed. See how much less you pay at today's prices: TODAY'S PRICES 4.40-21 $6.40 4.50-21 7.10 4.75-19 7.60 5.00-19 B.I 8 . A BETTER GREASE JOB is but one evidence of our better all around service. We find it so impresses customers. Often it pays you to pay a Uttle more — it does 9 A lot of far-sighted people are taking advantage of present low prices to buy that world stand§rd of tire value, the Goodyear All'Weather, for every wheel on their cars. They know .that tire prices have dropped so low that the only way they can reasonably move is up. They know that the prices of raw materials are climbing'•-they know that the demand for tires has increased so rapidly that Goodyear factories are running night and day. Vnd in case you don't know it -• Goodyear is now ;>uilding the famous All-Weather Tread Tire •» most popular tire in the world — better in mileage, better in ,ntety, better in rugged good looks than it has ever been. tMi't it smart for you to get the safety of new Goodyear* iul around? Just read the prices published here and form your own conclusions. Deldutch Super Service "" BUTCH LOBENZ V'yAe^ Prices Seem Cerfa in-We're on 1~he Up-Swihy BUY AT PRESENT LOW PRICES/ 9-4 Sheeting Cut in 2 1-2 yd. lengths ready to hem. Thrifty women will be after this sheeting when the sale starts. 2 1-2 yards Wash Cloths We invite you to this sale with assurance that these are values. 6 for — 17c Anklets All colors, all sizes..Values that are beyond comparison. Buy now, buy generously Gloves Cotton Flannel Priced special for the Thrift Sale. 5c Prices must go to a level where labor receives good wages. The consumer can then pay higher prices for the food products Iowa has to sell. In the meantime the thrifty will lay in an extra .supply of needed things while prices are at the low levels in Graham's Thrift Sale. SLIPS Built up shoulder lace trim 49c Rayon PANTIES 5 styles to choose from All Silk PANTIES Lace trim 49c Children's Wash Frocks 49c Clever styles in sheer fabrics for the hot summer season. Sizes 2 to 14 years. WHITE BAGS Washable grain leather $1.00 MESH GLOVES Smart for summer 49c Lace Brassieres Summer styles Voiles—Batistes Pique Voiles Featured during this sale at a price you cat afford to,pay. All patterns, 4 £1 40 in. wide _.__ I fc Bandana Handkerchie Red and blue. Hen will find more pn the remarkable v; to ze had in this sale. Six for ___ i A Special Feature Toilet Soap Big Jumbo sized bars, increased weight for less money. Save on toilet soaps. O«* 2 bars __^ 9v Rockford Sox Blue and gray mixed Three pair Men's Dress Shirts— •Fast color £Q/» broadcloth Ot7C/ Men's Shorts, fancy patterns Men's Shirts, Swiss ribbed Men's rayon Shirts and Shorts Boys' Shorts, fast colors Boys' Shirts, fine ribbed _, 25c 15c 25c 20c Boys' long-leg wash suits Boys' sleeveless Sun Suits Childs' Straw Hats, lOc up to Harvest Hats, adjustable, 15c to I5c 49c 25c 19c 39c Youl'l be amazed when you see these advance styles of misses', women's Wash Frocks We are featuring for _— Never before suca excellent quality, sheer fabrics in summer dresses at this low price—a splendid group to, select from in regular and e* tra sizes! , ^ $1.00 Childs' Prints Two for— 25c SILK TO THE TOP CHIFFON AND SERVICE WEIGHT £4 ft ft STOCKINGS, 2 pair 4>l .UU These stockings are worth more and look it. All perfect quality in the new smart shades you are wanting. Save at this low price, 2 pair for $1.00. WOMEN'S STOCKINGS Brand new, all first quality in tans and grays. The price speaks for itself BIBBED UNION SUITS Women's fine ribbed un~ 'ions, first quality, summer weight. Three styles to select from ___. 29c New White Hats Featured In the Thrift Sale. Brims and turbans, sailors and toques. Styles for every woman and ery head $1.00 $1.95 Porch Rugs 98c 47x feet, wovea grass rugs with bpund edges and stenciled designs in beautiful colorings. Cast color WASH FABRICS •i New patterns, new designs, in mid-summer fabrics. . Potted Swiss . 'Fllnted, Voiles. . Flock Dot Voiles ' . Printed I4nene Suiting Priced in one big groufl, a yard, White porcelain Cups, only __,. White Cups and Saucers White Plates, seven Inch 5c 10c Glass Tumblers, three for , Topaz Water Sets, KQ M seven pieces «**r f< Window Shades, green and tan _. Window shades, with fiartijres — Picnic Jugs, etone lined _ iHy Swatters, . 1/1** long bandies A .*Irv Table Oil Cloth, 60. Inches wide _,..-• SIM

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