Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1933 · Page 3
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ESl'ta, Extract, fNectar, . 5c Chocolate, a ifree O1 ft ;lb. cake fc • ** iDill Picfc- Eg '^^.^ , Sardines, [ cans — Starch, cCocoa, jTapi- nd [Soap, .hard Bile, cake — 5c 21C 8'/2C 19c 5c her, 21 c 15c 25c 29c e's Life in at old hat" •" - _ - --- -^^^^^^^^ LEDYARD HAS BIBLE SCHOOL PLAYMNDAY Ledyard, Ailg. 1—The Methodist Sunday school ended a two weeks Bible school Friday, and Sunday morning the students presented the following program: Explanation, Edith Logan; primary class in geography, Patty 01«eh,' Velda Estle, Betty Link and Frances Yahnke; Luke 10:25-37, Maxlne Mason; 100th psalm, Mar- lorie Barnes; How to Save the World, Duane Thompson, Harold Warner, Paul Dunn, and Marvel Halvorson. Song, You Can Smile, school; memory verses, Class 3; Flight In:o Egypt, Edith Logan; Story of tmmanuel, Betty Matzener j the Ten Commandments, primary classes; Psalm 1, Doris Welfare; Psalm 121, Evelyn Mayne. The new arithmetic, Phyllis Strand, Frances Yahnke, and Mar- Jorle Mayer; Twenty-Third Psalm, primary classes; song, Follow the Gleam, Class 4; Romans 12:14-21, Henrietta O'Keefe; song and prayer, primary classes; Matthew 3, Alvlra Halvorson. A baptismal service was held, and Marjorle Mayer and Frances and Margaret Yahnke were bap- tizedi The program was closed with two songs by the school, followed by the benediction. An exhibit of notebooks and handwork made at the school was displayed In the Sunday school room. Hartshorn In Reunion Here— The Hartshorn family had a reunion at J. U. Hartshorn's Sundya, 38 present: the Charles Kramers, Webster City; Mr. and Mrs. Rex Austin and Mr. and Mrs. C. Relb- •samen, Titonka; the John and Cecil Tlllmoneys, Ames; the Roy Hartshorns, Swea City; the E. J. Hartshorns and the Ross and Harvey Colemans, Algona; Mrs. Harold Soltow, Wilmington, Del., and two children; Robt. Jacobs, Brooklyn; and Mrs. Mary Tillmoney, Ledyard. Mrs. Soltow and Mrs. John Tli- money remained for a more extended visit. V. A. Barrett's Mother Sick— V. A. Barrett came home Friday night .for band practice and a con- ert Saturday night, then returned to Chester to be with his mother, who is critically sick. Mrs. Barrett remained there to help care for the patient. K08SUTH COttNTt .ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA . - . -_„ —„ MU « o»»» «u xurru. under 16 been Invited to be the guest of the Iowa State Fair festlvitVaTfTh "ii Frid ,ay. August 25, at the annual Children's Day ?.Wf". 0 l.£! te' 1 * 4 ?"' °r r H.'?l° y° un B 8te « are expected to Jge children's party, which opens at 9 o'clock In the the annual birthday celebration for "Mine", Iowa boya ,.„„„ ° Wn ba , b y el ephant, circus features, daylight fireworks, unum! ™ V' an(1 , k!ndre d attractions. The State Fair will be in progress this year from Aug. 23 through Sept. 1. business interests here. Mona Mason visited several days last week with her sister Maxine at George Thompson's. Mrs. C. I. Mansmith, Burt, visited her daughter, Mrs. Fred Dorsey, last Thursday. Herman Gable attended the world's fair from last week Monday till Friday. James Logan left Monday for Minneapolis to visit with an uncle and aunt. Patty Olson spent the last two weeks at the Rev. F. O. Johnon's, H be higher very soon. fitter our renovating, !. ; it will be as good as i it inside and out—lin- jl'ind sweat bands as well n we iron back re- 1 snap by the same 'pro|ta original manufacture, e and hold the shape you I It in today. Check up Mrs. E. C. Potter spent Tuesday at Victor Applegate's, near Cor- wlth. Mrs. *L. A. Olson has been enter- .aining her sister from Fort Dodge since Saturday. They spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. R. E. Mor- Lakota. The Methodist Aid meets this week Thursday at Mrs. D. A. Carpenter's. . The Fred Beitz family has moved into rooms at Charles Hilferty's. The Gable families had a picnic at Interlaken Sunday. Attend Grant Guest Day- Eleven'persons here attended an annual guest day at the Grant church last week Wednesday. A program was given, and lunch was served. 8. 8. Class Has Picnic- Sunday school class at the Twin Hills Sunday. Alice Mayne, B. Anderson, and Lawrence Mayne were also guests. Change at Beet Dump— The Sugar Beet company has torn down Its large beet dump here and Installed a smaller one. ers and Tailors Delivery service Cleaners of > Hats,.Rugg and Furs Cholr Sings at Fairmont— The Evangelical choir drove to Fairmont Sunday to sing at the Rev. Mr. Steck's church. Other Ledyard News. Mrs. Le Roy Anderson and her son Fred returned to the Wiemer home Friday, after a week at the Okobojis, and Mrs. Anderson returned to her home at Radcliffe Sunday, Fred remaining for a,long- Herman Mechler, former south of Titonka farmer, has been dividing his time between his three children since his wife died a few months ago. He came to Kossuth 36 years ago from southeastern Iowa and besides a tenant house at Titonka owns a 240-acre farm. Each of his boys, Clarence and Elmer, farms half of the land. The other child is a daughter, Mrs. Merle Schwietert whose husband is an Algona 'lino- typist. The boys have Dad's farm personal property. Clarence mourns the recent death of not only his mother, but his wife, who was Frances Koestler before marriage An infant who was. left motherless is being cared for by Mrs. Schwietert. iice August 7 the fol- *w prices on perma- er visit. Mr,, and Mrs. Wm. Flynn and Cresco 'wave -»4.00 MWMMM^ -18.00 [Applies are used on meats and satis- arauteed. icroft Lawrence returned last week Monday from a week at Chicago, and V«ra Murphy, Relnbeck, came with them to visit here last week, also Ruth Murray, Buffalo Center. Joan Reece, Des Moines, and Lumetta Reece accompanied John Tillmoney to Ames Sunday, from there'went to Des Moinos, where Lumetta was to visit at the Reece and Pugsley homes. Mr. and Mrs. William Driscoll, of Yale, came Saturday to visit the former's sister, Mrs. Laura Niester. They went on Sunday to North Dakota to look after property. Mr. and Mrs. John Tillmoney and Mrsi Mary Tillmoney drove to Wells, Minn., last week Wednesday and spent the day with Mrs. Louise Tillmoney. . L. H. Mayne, Emmetsburg, and a daughter visited last week Wednesday at Jos. Mayne's, where L. H.'s brother James, who has been sick, lives. Mr. and Mrs. G. Yahnke drove to Buffalo Center last week Tuesday, and Mr. Yahnke remained to run a separator in a threshing ring. Kenneth Thompson, Tilmer Halvorson, James Logan, and Armm Schultz camped at Interlaken last week, returning Friday. The iLeon Wordens have word that Mrs. George Worden, Dows, recently had a serious operation, but; is improving. Mrs. Geo. D. Moulton and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Butterfleld, Swea City, left Friday for a week at Big Boy Lake, Minn. Malda Ruhnke and Boy arrived Friday from California to ylsit at the former's sister, Mrs. Shop The farmer has his worries, and no small ones either, but he can be thankful, just now that he is not a small-time employer of labor. He (fcesn't have to figure out how to cut his wage-earners to 35 hours a week, yet pay them the same as before, and then hire other men to make up for the lost time when he had hardly the, money to keep his help paid as it was before NIRA, . * * * We don't know how many, it any, farmers saw "The Stranger's Return" at the Call opera house at Algona this week.. It had to do with an old man of 85 who lived on a big farm. He had some relatives living with him, and they were waiting to divide his property when he died, but a granddaughter came from the east and he willed everything to her. Of course the producer had to spoil the thing by introducing a clandestine love affair between the granddaughter and a neighboring young married •farmer The big farm scene, which purported to be in Iowa, was a threshers' dinner, and it was mostly all right, but what struck a false note for us was the threshers all rushing in to dinner like hogs responding to a farmer's call. We don t know Iowa farmers if they act that way. We have seen plenty of rough fun around a threshers' table, but otherwise the threshers, in Iowa at least, act much like a hungry crowd of human beings in any other walk ;an. Mesdames E. C. Wilkins . and J aul Wille were at Mason City Tuesday. Threshing Is about completed, and fall plowing has been begun. 3hinch bugs have been reported at ihe L. E. Martin or former L. Judd Brown farm in Cresco township. Specimens have been sent to Iowa ity by County Agent Morrison. They were also found north of Algona and at Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Martin and the William Dodds family were at Interlaken Sunday, and several families from Algona were also there. Etheline Muckey, Algona, who had been with Mrs. L. A. Vipond since the close of school, went home Tuesday to help care for her mother, Mrs. Bert Muckey, who is recovering -from an operation and was brought home Monday from Iowa City in an ambulance. The George Gowans family, of Mason City, visited relatives and held pentecostal services here two Sundays, and will continue at Lewis Wildin'a till further notice. Mrs. .Ruth Powell and her daughter Teresa accompanied them here, and the latter remained to visit. Ruth Gowans and Hazel Powell have gone home after a month here. The O. J. Petersons, the A. E. Claytons, and the J, R. Petersons, Minneapolis, had a picnic dinner Sunday at the Ambrose A. Call state park. Also attending were the Frank Ryersons, Jr. and Sr., Burt, the Ward McWhorters, Osage, and the E. C.'Potters, William and Fernley Runcheys, and Wilbur Zeiglers. After ten days with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miller, Gerald and Dean, sons of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Crawford, Minneapolis, 2 SHOWERS GIVEN FOR SEXTON GIRL WED LAST NIGHT Sexton, Aug. 1—A miscellaneous shower was' given last week Wednesday at the local hall in honor of Pearl Steven, who will be married August 2 to Everet Hodgin, of Rudd. The afternoon was spent at games, and lunch was served at 5 o'clock. Miss Steven received many gifts. There were f 50 in attendance. Mrs. Lieslie Huff entertained ten girls at lunch at her home In Plum Creek last Thursday»in honor of Miss Steven. The afternoon was spent informally. Attending: Marie Harris, Teda Aman, Nell Wise, Neva Olsen, Genevieve Arn- tlorfer, Mrs. Loyd Steven, Burt, Mrs. Stanley Gardner, Algona, and Edith Greenfield. Surprise for William Klrschbaum— William, Klrschbaum was honored Sunday, his 73rd birthday anniversary, when his 'children and grandchildren arrived at noon, bringing baskets for a surprise dinner.. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Garman, Wesley; the Ol- lle, Alolse and Otto Klrschbaums, Crystal Lake; the Robert Klrsch- baums, Garner; the Harry Me- laneys, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gink, Wesley; and the August Kirschbaum'a, Sexton. Other Se&ton News. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hawley, daughter, Mrs. De Wilde, and the latter's daughter Constance Joy, all of Mason City, the John Pinks, Titonka, and the Lou Boleneus family, Doan, spent Sunday at the B. E. Sanders home, and Mrs. Hawley and Constance Joy remained for a longer visit. Kathleen McEnroe returned to Chicago Sunday night, after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James McEnroe, northwest of town. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richards, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at A. L. Greenfield's. •' Richard and Bernard Miller and Herman Wise went to Chicago Saturday night for several days at the fair. Choir practice was held Friday evening with Marie Harris. Mr. and Mrs. John Bahr are parents of a 1-lb. boy. Single Cotton Blankets 49c Size 70x80 full size blanket, fancy plaids •^•••••••M HH Department, Stores] N. R. A. We Do Our Part AUGUST PAOB TfittUtt Part Wool Blanket* Size 72x84, a real bargain. Don't miss this one! Blanket Sale Prices are going higher! Graham's offer you- the opportunity to supply your future needs at today's prices. Early shipments of new blankets are in the store now. Check over your blankets. Anticipate your needs. Buy now during the August Sale. Later shipments will be higher! Graham's]Mid-Summer Blanket eventjstarts THURSDAY, AUGUSTjSrd Buy this week! Use our Lay-Away plan. Buy the blankets -you've wanted for years and SAVE! Accidnets Lay Up Five Whittemore Citizens in Week Whittemore, Aug. 1 — Mr. and Mrs. Simon Elbert's son Gerald was recently struck on the head by a stick o£ wood which fell from a building, and the wound required three stitches. "Billy," little son of Mr. and Mrs. George Maahs, fell and suffered a gash above one eye which required two sticthes. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ostwald fell on a nail one day last week and suffered a wounded knee. Raymond Miller was injured Monday, when, while he was threshing at Henry Schultz's the tine of a pitch-fork Fluffy! Warm! What a value. Fleecy, deep nap. Blankets At a price that means big savings to you. Attractive plaids. 72x84, a pair _ Smart, warm, deep nap, reversible solid color. Blankets ,Each side different color — vary your color scheme by reversing the blanket. Heavy, deep nap, cotton construction full bed Buy under our Lay-a-Way Plan if you like. A small deposit holds any purchase. 70x80 inch— Sy z pounds Double Blankets Marvelous at this price, deep nap, fancy plaids in smart color 4 QQ combinations I >9O A real blanket for warmth Beacon Double Blankets The extra size and weight will bring you warmth and comfort on coldest winter nights. Bio c k plaids, sateen bound, 72x84 size _. Double! Cotton! Blankets Marvels at this price. Fancy plaids and plain colors, full bed size, 70x80 inches. Indian design Blankets Single, 72x84 size $3.29 Over all Indian designs. Very popular for robes, camps, porches and all occasions. pierced one of liis arms. taken to the McCreery He was hospital. 54. STEBEITZ George Thompson w«re hosts last week Tuesday evening to the county rural mall of life. left for home Monday, going with the Norman Crawfords, who were leaving on a vacation. Norman drives an Algona creamery truck. John Simon Jr., the G. C. Stewarts, and the George Hackmans were at Clear iLake Sunday, and Mrs. Cora Virgin and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Worster accompanied them. Mrs. Fred Behnke, Los Angeles, and a daughter arrived Monday -for a visit at John Simon Sr.'s. Monday was the 38th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. F, L. Miller, and the Loyd Wellendorfs, the G, L. Millers, the Mesdames M. A, and F. E. Bartholomew, and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wilkins helped them celebrate. Andrew Godfredson, of the Sunny Slope farm at the southwest edge of Algona, threshed Monday, and that night lost three spring pigs. He thinks they ate too green straw and oats. Mrs. Frank Kelley and her son James left Monday for a visit at Earlvllle. Dorothy Braatz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz, fell Friday evening and suffered a broken el- bpw. Lu Verne Girl Wed in Ft. Dodge Plane Lu Verne, Aug. 1— A wedding ceremony quite out of the ordinary was performed in an airplane over a Fort Dodge airport at 6:30 Sunday ' afternoon, when Bernice, daughter of Mrs. George Scribner, Lu Verne, became the bride of Ellis Eno, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Eno is a graduate of Lu Verne schools who has been a student nurse at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, 1% years. Mr. and Mrs. Eno left for two weeks in the west. * Bancroft >Boy Run Over; Arm Broken Bancroft, Aug. 1—"Buddy" Selberg, 8-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Selberg, was run over by a wagon late Thursday afternoon and suffered a broken right arm near the shoulder, besides a skinned body and a bruised leg. The youth was fixing something on a wagon back of the horses when they started up. He was brought to Doctor Devine. Lone Rock Trip Ticket*. „,„ «,— Barnes visited last Thursday and Friday at her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Jergenson's, near "SSSJ Matwner went to Algona mday with Minerva Coleman to stt tJUs week at Boss Coleman's.| The Edw. Halyorsons left Monday tor two weeks with Mr. W> vorson'a brother at Togus, N. D. iZn Worden and Asa Warner left last week Tuesday ««****• w «od to complete *?**•£ ^ week at her at low * TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE ADVANCE'S WORLD'S FAIR SERVICE BUREAU Chicago, open relative to the grvice STrer^Thrauestions'-wlil"*i answered to as many cases as possible and mailed back to you. Aw you planning to attend JntewBtol In When do -you plan to gol- How many fa TOW grroupf- Would you prefer t« §r» bf train, or your own ew» (Signed- Mary Ann and Maxine Flaig have returned, after two weeks at Robert Ackerman's, east of Burt. Mrs. Delmar Angus, west of Algona, spent from last Thursday till Sunday at Fred Genrich's. Hildreth Pettit has gone to Chi cago to attend the Century o: Progress exposition. Elmer Kerr, Muscatine, called on, bis nephew, Jack Quinn, las Thursday evening. The Larkin club met with • Mrs Watson Shick last week Wednes day, six present. Mrs. W. J. Cotton attended a county Farm Bureau meeting a Bancroft Friday. Judge J. Y, Luke, Ames, spen Sunday at his sister-in-law, Mrs. H J, Rice's. Kathryn Stebritz was sick last week. on nonon n ODD n nan on n nan on an an a n a a n n NRA GROCERY HOURS Algona grocery stores and markets will open at 7:30 a. m. and close at 5:30 p. in. each week day, and will remain open on Saturday nights till 10 p. m. The doors of the stores will be, LOCKED before opening and at closing time and no one will be admitted. We ask the cooperation of the public, particularly the farmers in observing our new closing hours, made necessary by our cooperation with the government in the N. R. A. We have taken this move to help—please help us by trading here with us ,who are endeavoring in every. . way to aid you. » The following Algona grocers, markets, and bakeries, are affiliated with the N. R. A. in observing these hours. Suburban grocers are observing the opening hours. Basket Grocery Moe & Sjogren Atlantic & Pacific Long's Food Shop White's Grocery Anderson Bros* Market Cut Rate Grocery H. R. Sorensen & Co. Council Oak Grocery Thos. Akre C. S. Johnson R.A.Clark Algona Bakery Wil.on Bakery iti+jwfifrwitt+itifititifmw^ ^P* Jf ^&^^ ^^P*^ ^^ i^fcr^^^^^iHfc W^^ V"^(r^P i 1^ aWB^flPo iH^H^I Iwff j|R.*W^WT|ffSfc^^ * Jew AUTOS FUtE ' IHILDCEN UNOtR 12 i&a^;.

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