Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1933 · Page 11
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3 Ibs "—— Jjry Cake Flour--• Pickles, quart jar -19c L Girl Baking Pow- 12 cans * [preserves, qt. jav —10c Li Beans, ABC No. 1.2,2 cans — L'Soap, Armour's P Wheat Cereal __—19c ar9 or Ginger Snaps, .plaice Crackers, 2 Ib FOUR-H CLUB AT LU VERNE MEETS JUNE 8 <LU Verne, June 13 — Sixteen montibers, six mothers, and three guests attended a Loyal Workers 4-H club mooting at Cora Mae Mas-' terson's last Thursday, plans were completed for an ice cream social at the Community hall Saturday night, and Elsie Mae Hunt was elected delegate to a state 4-H convention at Amos this week. The program consisted of. discussion of picture memory selections, health talks by Doris Gonrich and Dolores Voas, and a music, talk by Ellcon Neal. The next meeting will be held June 23 with Bertha Bowman Attend .Hurt Cliurcli Kvcnl— Gwenetha and Byron .Tones, Vera and Leona, Ramus, Andrew Hanson, Florence Godfrey, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lichty, Evan and Virginia, Louise Zwolfol, Viola Riddle, Hobby Biglns, W. B. and Lottie Mason, Mrs. P. I. Chapman, and >Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty attended a pageant given at the odlli anniversary celebration of the Hurt Presbyterian churcli last Thursday night. Club ltarns Dolpji'iitc Funds— An ice cream and e;il;o social given 'by tho Lit Verne Loyal Work- i or.') club at tlin Community hall Saturday afternoon and KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA PAGE THRS35) Where Young Algona Learns to Swim WHITE'S GROCERY p.. Week End Specials .. Raisins, 2 Ibs. , 13c Omar Cereal, pkg. 19c Lemons, Sunkist, doz. 29c Beans, Navy, 5 Ibs. : 19c Soap, P aiad G, 10 bars 25c Flour, Jersey Cream 98c Lard, Armour's 4,lb. pkg. 29c Effiar/«g/mmi».?p^ j\TO NKEn TO TKI.L Algonn youngsters that this is the picture of their swimming pool. ^ sot for another summer of joyous water sports. Quito different were the muddy creel' t Handle Bropttl ^19c| w;l s well attendi"!. Tin 1 icn cream'; "~ ;No. 2 size, - cans _ . > Mi .^ K R Maxtorson, with tho ;i.s-! lly/l nit flutter. Clt. jar — 15)C slHtance of th« .1-11 dull Kirh;. The i tityH They know every inch of it already and are all ook or river swimming hales their grandsircs used to know-—and then, girls, then; was no place, except at a lake, where you could go bathing at all. This pool is a greater privilege for you than you can know, for your gone ration you cannot understand how things were when grandma was a girl liko you. l-Butter, qt. jar gardines, mustard or ato,'2 cans i Pineapples, 2 for _l»c ill Go Up ;;BUY |mt to 1)0 honest and fair with ('customers. So we are telling iMces are at the lowest point i .will reach and have already [ted up. Already there have i some advances in prices of it material and more will follow letter you buy from us or our fpetitors. BUY NOW t will pay you to borrow 'money issary to take advantage of prices. lien present stocks are exited prices will have to go up. phis Is not a scare head but a as you will find. . We have elved notice of coming advances. i can still make you wonderful Ices on GOOD PAINT. Don't put money will )>;• used to :->i"nl ,TCl:~io Hunt to Amc-s to attend a ;;tute 4-11 club convention. l.'iiri.sln'iiucrs Surprise Pastor-— The Rcsv. and Mr.-;. David L;mg were taken by surprise last wivk Wednesday evening,' when .in par-! ! ishioncrs came to express upprnci- j Union T\vp., June I"— The two' ation of the pastor's ri-lurn to IMi' m ilo.-i r>( road east from the Law-' Vevno by the recent Kvanselical ,,„„,.,, ( , js( . h {arm is to bo S1 ., uled conference. A committc surveil re-1 . . ,, freslmienls. After l.ho company de- i '•»«• • v °" v ' ^'. Tf. Jenkmson, one of parted Mrs. Itmz discovered a con-: \vhose farms the road passes, has sigmnent of groceries in tho pan-'; Had men at work- for some time, try. 'cutting willows along an SO-rod -— • j stretcli. (bounty men blasted, out Father-Sons Banquet Planned— the stumps. The charges rever- Tho annual fathers and sons ban- derated for several miles. This quet at tho Presbyterian churcli j road connects with the graveled will be given, at the Community | road to the Schenck schoolhouse. liall this week Friday evening, j Tho road past tho Gisch farm is June 10. Committees are prepar-; graded and is to be graveled this ing a program, selling tickets, and | year. preparing to servo more than 100 ; •• — persons. There will bo a program, I Voriner Itosulent Visits Here— and the Rev. C. Paul Carlson, of I Rolfe, will speak. Cemetery Association 7-:iec'ts— The annual cemetery meeting was held at Mrs. D. Voss's last Thursday, and officers were elected: president, Mrs. Elsie Steussy; vice, Mrs. Kate Barton; secretary, Mrs. F. I. Chapman; treasurer, Mrs. A. 1L. Spooner. The July meeting will be at the country home of Mrs. John Voss. BUY NOW . .usby's Drug Store |Long's For Snaps lob White Soap, per bar _3c l« Lye, per can »c il, per pkg lac Fairy Pastry Flour and Pkg. of Bisquit' Flour, Endeavor Has Treasure Hunt— The Presbyterian Junior Endeavor had a picnic supper and treasure hunt last week Monday evening. Supper was served on the church lawn, and the treasure hunt took the children to almost every part of town. Anna Murray sponsored the event. , Picnic for Ites'tfoincs Guest— i Walter Chapman, Des Moines, i spent last week at the F. I. and j Irvin Chapman homes, and a picnic j was given in his honor at the Am- 1 brose A. Call state park last Thursday evening. He is the son of G'harles Chapman, formerly Lu Verne. To Visit World's Pair— 'Mrs. Harold Phillips is visiting the Helmicks at Brighton. She accompanied' her sister, 'Dorothy llelmick, who teaches at Estherville. Before returning they will " Progress at Callers at 'Frank Reibhoff's Sun| day included Mrs. Ben Sudmeier, Timber ..Lake, S. D., two sons, and a-daughter, all grown. Mrs. Sudmeier, before marriage, was Josie \Vinkel, youngest daughter of Mrs Elizabeth Reibhoff-Winkol, Bancroft, now deceased. The latter vas Frank Reibhoff's eldest sister, and one of the oldest pioneers at Algona's Diamond Jubilee celebra- ;ion. The Sudmeier daughter was recently graduated from a St. Paul college, and thence the family came to visit Kossuth relatives.. Mrs. Single Picnic Hostess- .TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE ADVANCE'S ILD'S FAIR SERTO AH a convenience to Advance readers a special service is now available which concerns the world's greatest event of the Ceii- tury, Tho World's Fair. A Century ol! Progress, Chicago, open May 27. Dozens of questions are coming up relative to the Fair. Tho Advance invites you to place any questions concerning the Fair on th« coupon below and send'to the Advance World Fair' .Service Bureau. The questions will be answered in as many cases as possible and mailed back to you. Are you planning to attend Are you interested in information concerning approximate expense-'! do you to go?_ How many in your group L Would you prefer to g'o by bus, (ruin, or your own carl , good grade, Ib. __2Sc tmrallows, per Ib. ™__15c B'S fresh Potato Chips Pkg. __, ___10c e Brand Jello, .pkg. _5c Meats for Treats, Fair Coupons Wren. — .1 EVERY HUDAY AND SUNDAY WIT »», Include In visit the Century of Chicago. Mrs. Chambers Has Stroke— | Mrs. G. 'F. Chambers suffered a slight stroke last Thursday evening, but. is better. Florence Hot is carjng for her. Cilrl Observes 12th Birthday— •Loraine Thomas celebrated her 12th 'birthday Saturday by entertaining friends. Other Ln Verne News. Mrs. Emma Lehman and Wallace Rapp, Boxholm, visited last week at Fred Merkle's, and last week Monday evening, with Mrs. Merltfe Esther Merkle, the Rev,, Oavid Lang, and the latter's so*. Wayne- attended, commencement exercises at Western -Urtta?- college, Le Mars. E3arl Lehinah, Bpxholm, and Carl •Lang, students at the college, accompanied them to Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. John Raiuus Jr. and their son Dean left Friday ma trailer-house for a gravel camp near Lone Rock. There are three Lu Verne families there now, • the other two being the Cecil Williams Mrs. August Slagle entertained at a picnic in the woods on the farm for the members of the Congregational .Sunday school classes In which the Slagle children, Audrey and Roger, are enrolled last week Tuesday from 3 to 5. Josephine Chubb, Alice Rist, and Betty Gunn, teachers in the primary Sunday school, assisted. Games and. a lunch furnished entertainment. '1'eaclier In Bible Schools— .Lena Bennett taught in a vacation 'Bible school at the Baptist church, Bancroft, during the last two weeks, and next Monday she will go to Buffalo Center to teach in a similar school two weeks, at the Methodist church there. Lena, taught the Strayer school in Burt township last year and'the year before, and she expects to teach the same school next year. (Signed. Jfote: Use of this coupon places you under no obligation; it is purely !in Advance service to its readers tvliick can bo used to good advantage by those interested in a Century of Progress. Lofts Creek Lutheran School Holds Picnic continue for two weeks under the direction of Nell 'Wise and Edith Greenfield. Emma Spongbcrg, Algona, spent Friday with Marie, and Mary 'Harris and attended a play at the Sexton hall that night. Philip Thornton, Sioux (litv, ; spent Decoration day at W. Z. Mil-'i ler's. j The Aid staged a play How the '• Story Grew, at tho Sexton hall Fri- i day evening., The cast consisted of: eight women: Mrs. Brasilia Xoblo, i Nell Wise, Mrs. John Harris, Mario Karris, Mrs. W. C. Taylor, Ruth ' Miller, Mrs. A. L. Greenfield, and ! K-lith Greenfield. There was also 1 a-reading br Dorothy Frascr, a .song by Wilbur Steven and Rex Taylor, and music by Aline and Harold Maj-tinek. The women also I sold ice cream and cake, coffee, | and lemonade. Ruth Miller went to Sioux City Monday to attend graduation exercises .and a banquet at Morningsido college Monday night. She accompanied the Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse, Algona. Miss Mailer was graduated in 1931. Herman Wise attended a Britt high school alumni banquet Monday night. Mrs. John-Huff Jr. has been sick ut was much improved Sunday. ,lrs. John Huff Sr. cared for her nd looked after the children. Emery Grosenbach has began* ork at the Algona hotel as night lerk. 'NeU Wise spent Friday night and aturday at the Oscar Hammond's, 'ear Wesley. Shaving Creaut (Limit 1) iLotts Creek, June 13—The Lutheran school held, its annual picnic at the Mittag grove Sunday. Teacher 'Schmiel's .pupils gave a program. A "rheumatiz song" caused much merriment. The girls and boys taking part wore grand- ing the Albert Potratzes. Mrs. Tietz is a sister of Albert Potratz. The 'Rev. and Mrs. E. Fiene attended a mission test at Estherville Sunday, and Mr. Fiene preached In German. Services observing second pente- cost were held, at the church Mon- father and grandmother costumes,! day evening in German, spectacles, and canes, and came Henry Dreyer, Austin, Minn., and limping onto the stage. After the two - daughters visited relatives program there were foot races for, here Sunday the children. The boys' race un-I Olivia Faulstich, R. N., St. iLouis, der 10 was won by Erwin Dreyer ;| is visiting her brother Hugo, who for the Koun* Trip coaches only on all trains and Arthur Ramus famines, nen operate gravel trucks. f B Mason went to Reedstown, w .-.I Monday via Ledyard.whence Kenneth Thompson accompanied him. Jennie Mason and her little niece, Mona Mason who have spen two weeks at Reedstown, will re turn with them, . The Evangelcial Sunday scno( " ^served ^^XtZX Island thou ' can* san »ousands of other sights and jLjffiisrfi f Am GROUNDS ALGONA Nnture Reduces the Surplus— The excessive heat and the lack of rain augur a short hay crop and diminished small grain yields. It now appears that while governmental advisers are still debating ways and means to reduce the farm surplus, Mother Nature and other forces to which all humans are as naught will reduce crops and thus increase prices. Appendicitis Patient at Home- Wallace Winkle was taken home from the Kossuth hospital Friday, following an operation for ruptured aopendix late in May. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Winkle, and was a second-year student at the" Burt high school during the year Just closed. ' *. Mi & B. Club Meets Today— . ' Mrs. Amelia Engstrom, assisted by Mrs. Mayme Steimnan, will be,, hostess to the Mothers & Daughters, club this week Thursday. A good attendance and a good meet- fngis reported at Mrs. Elizabeth Kohl's, Mrs. Maude Nelson assisting. Other Union News. Jessie M. Parker, Des Moines, state inspector of standard rural schools who gave thejural Schools day address at Good Hope Bh s year, reported that 31 rural schools of the state have been rated "su- oerior" O'Brien county has three Pe» or - . ".?' , A . KosS utb county over 10, by Edwin Krause; girls urfder 10, Mildred Faulstich; over 10, Dorothy Wichtendahl. Two kit- tenball games were played, the first between Pairville and 'Lotts j Creek, the second between Cylin- j der and Lotts Creek, Lotts Creek winning both. The score in' the first game was 8-7; in the second, 6-3. The first game was umpired by Hugo Mittag, Penton, and Julius^Grimmels, Pairville; the second by Hugo Mittag and Erwin Grimmels. Both-were hard-fo.ught games farms here. Arthur Kressin-'ls reported sick; Sexton The Aid will give a play Friday night at the church. Mrs. G. B. Wise and her son Her man spent Saturday at Mason Citj with the sons Mack and Strother The Bible school here will dost Friday noon, and the children wil igive a program Sunday evening a =shme"nt7, ^ih7c=fwoml \ the church. «ell Wise and Edith dauehter at Waterloo, Say! Editor Horace and Jesse Undelmk drove erloo for her. ., returned Wat- , b y. attended a une carrier salesman's frolic Harrv Licbty attended a clerks vSSSS conducted *$»#«*£ Wholesale Co., Des Moines, las* en sold pie and ice cream. Lutheran Aid Meets June 5— The Immanuel Lutheran Aid met at the school hall last week Monday, and after a business meeting a quilt was finished for Mrs. Richard Potratz. Lunch was served by Mrs. August Pijahn, assisted by Mrs. Harold Smith and Mrs. Adolph Pertl. The following women were visitors: Mrs. Gus Haacjc, Mrs. Walter Krause, Mrs. Ernest Meyer, Margaret ',, and Hajina, Fiene; and Mrs. Edward Mitchell, Mrs. Hugo Mittag, and Mrs. Ralph Priebe, of Fenton. " Meyer 'Families Have Gathering— The Martin F. and William H. Meyer families attended a family gathering at the William Elmers home, Fenton, Sunday, Martin, William, and Mrs, Elmers are children of Mr. and Mrs, August Meyer, Fenton, who also attended. The guests all took baskets for dinner. Pastor te Attending THIS WAY 1.00 ZONITE Bayer's Aspirin, 100's 67c 50c Autostrep Blades 39c 60c Bromo Seltzer 47c' Camay Soap 3for 15c 60c D. & R. Cold Cream 47c 25o Ex-Lax school,' 1 Union No. 4, was\the school in the state to receive that recognition. The first schpol to bf sfrated, in Ghlckasaw county, received the rating three years ago. The I* A. Cruikshanks spent Sunday at Clear Lake with the Dr. aay »• y *~, »„,«,. rn«v. who Harry Jenkinsons, Iowa City, who ISfti .'orj* !?* a^JSrS to mother. ) Greenfield are instructors. The Sexton and Plum Creek bal teams played Sunday In, the Ama pasture, and Sexton won, 23-3. • Zada Baker, Mason City, is spend ing a few days with her sister Mrs. John Huff Jr. The Aid meets this week Thurs day with Mrs. J. W. Harris. Ruth Miller returned last weei Wednesday from Sioux City, wher she had • gone to - attend: graduatio exercises at Morningside .college She and 'Philip Thornton,' of Sioux City, attended the wadding of Ruth, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse at Algona« W.,C. Taylor received a message Monday from Portland, Ore., saying, that his brother Roy had died, suddenly. Roy is survived by his wife and one son. Mrs. Harvey Steven and her son Everett came home Saturday from Winterset, where they had spent a week with Mrs. Steven's sister, Mrs. John Comp. (Russell Thorpe, Algona, Is spending tills week with Milton and Ar- The Rev. E. Fiene is attending a thuf GrOBenl)a< 5 h . ministerial conterence for the| , phu| of S ioux City, R. N., who went ^CS a week with relatives at L*ke Mills- " 1Si The Dells, Mrs. Brink returned re- where Koonce •«* Mrs. Clarence Dai , Mill- Wis, and their four children Saturday for a few days - Her- with the respective parents, man Dau and Mr. and Mrs. Seibhoff. Mr. Relfchott, Who has under a doctor's care tor some is at ILu Verne. The Rey. L. Wittenburg is pastpr of the Lu , Verne congregation. -' , " ' V. " Noah nekner Suffers Breakdown Noah Reisner, who farms with his father, Herman Reisner, fell seriously sick Saturday with a nervous breakdown. His cpnditton is somewhat improved now- Other Lotts Creek. The Arthur Geilenfelds, of Lu Verne, the Max Bests and Alma Bast, Algona, and Edna Schultz, Whittemore, were Sunday evening dinner guests at, 'the Richard Potratz home, and all attended a school picnic to the afternoBQ. Hertha Ruhnke, Luella Liesener, LueHa Meyer, and Edna were Sunday evening dinner at William .Meyer's, whe,re daughter iiorina, was celebrating •her J«th birthday. (Elsie Koblwes, clerk at the Neville Toggery, Algona, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr- »»d Mrs- Jota RpWwes, SQ& attended,' tb,e picnic. WWttpwjx?, Smith. • ? {Held From Jjaet 'Week.) j •"• Mrs, Amy Smith is able to be up, following a sick spell ol two weeks. Her daughter, Mrs. Oscar Hammond, Wesley, has been caring for her. Mrs. Harvey Steven and her k spn Everett went to Winterset Friday for a week -with the former's si ter, Mrs. John Comp. They accompanied Mrs. Steven's father, John Wermersen, Algona. Mrg. prville Hedrick has been seriously sick during the past week, Her another, Mrs. Otto Neur man, has been caring for her, and she was some better Monday, hut still weak. . A Bible school opened at the church Monday morning and will Eat..be merry Enjoy the' good things to e$ and drink. No regrets, il you tafee a harmless Epicure right alter. 18 tor 36 " at your druggist's. SAVINGS Wool Bathing Suits _$1 Men's Work Shirts _89c P. and G. Soap, 7 Irg. bars —— 25c 5 bars hand soap 9c Any ladies' hat in the store 50c 1 lot ladies' black kid shoes, ties, straps, at $1.49 Motor oil, we guarantee every gallon _89c Heavy or medium. Tire boots Uc Paint, enamel, etc., best grade 54c Varnish, gallon 97c Flat wall paint, gal. _$1 Light bulbs, 4 for __30c Screen enamel 89c Bloom's Bargain Store New Location. Pint RUBBING ALCOHOL 25c MAVIS TALC 100 HINKLE PILLS 60c Forhan's Tooth Paste....43c 1.00 Danderine 83c 50c Hind's Almond Cream 37c 85c lad Salts 59c Kotex... 3for62c LOOlavoris. 79c 35c Freezone ..., 27c 1.00 Ironized Yeast 87c 40c Black Flag Powder 31c Aspirin 47« 30c LYSOL Lb. HENNA POWDER l.OONujol 73e lOc Super Suds 3for23c SOe lodcnt Tooth Paste 37c 25c Woodbury's Soap 19e Russian Mineral Oil, pL 53c 1.00 Listerine..... 84c Modess 2for30c Johnson's Gte-Coat ...69c Witch Hazel, pt.. 37c 50c Vaseline Hair Tone 38c eOcSalHtpatica 43c BUG PIZEN Sic 60c JERGEN'S LOTION 42' Lb. MOTH RICE 37« 1.00 MILES NERVINE Mary Lakes LAVENDER.LOTION A hiffb fT»d« tofatrjr withadcUcaM Uvwdev •cent, that aootbM and b*al«. Smooths Toughened tUn, lettering it* toft whitene 6-ounce bottle.... World's Fair.Gouppns with each 50c sale • SORENSEN'S Algoaa Hotel Corner 2Sc ANACIN 19' 35c SLOAN'S MNIMENT 27' Chevrolefs Standard Six Coach Delivered in Algona, $555 New in styling, more economical, and featuring Fisher No-Draft Veptilation, i» .parts and Accessories. Batteries $4.50 and $5.95 Exchange, USED CAR BARGAINS 1930 Chevrolet Coupe 1930 Chevrolet Coach 1930 Chevro et Sedan 1931 Chevrolet Coach Oldsmobile Oil Pricei RdNw^d—20c, \ We are equipped to 4o A No. 1 Fencbr and Body Work -."^ Kohlhaas Bros. |00,

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