Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 21, 1933
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PAGE TWO KOSStiTH COUNT* ADVAfcCB, ALOWA. IOWA 1EMEDY REMOVES CAUSE OF STOMACH GAS Moat stomach GAS is due to towel poisons For quick relief use Adlerika. One dose cleans out "body wastes, tones up your system, brings sound sleep.—-03. W. Lusfoy, Druggist. The Cost Is Small The Algona Building & Loan association can refinance your present loan at a very low rate of interest, providing you are in position to make small monthly payments reducing your loan each month. No annual interest to pay. No payment on the principal to meet. •INVESTIGATE BUILDING & LXMN before renewing your present loan. THE ALGONA BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION Inc. 1917 Authorized Capital Stock, $1,000,000. COAL We have three cars of high grade coal that will be on track this week. Order your bin filled NOW and save money. Home of Peerless Coal. Botsford Lumber Company Phone 256 Jim Pool, Mgr. For Service DRY CLEANING REMOVES DIRT Dirt and dust which accumulates in curtains and drapes over the summer is unhealthy for you —and ruinous to the fabric! Let us call today! MODERN DRY GLEANERS Phone 537. Before Taking* That Vacation Trip get Aetna Accident Tickets. Full coverage at low cost. We have them on hand at all times. H. If. KEUSE INSUBANCE AGENCY Telephone 126 Algona, Iowa HOW ONE WOMAN LOST 20 IBS. OF FAT Xost Her Prominent Hips- Double Chin—Sluggishness Gained A Shapely Figure 'If you are fat how would you like to h>se it and at the same time gain in physical charm and acquire « clean .clear skin and eyes that sparkle with buoyant health. Why not do what thousands of women have done to get rid of .pounds of unwanted fat? Take one talf teaspoon of Kruschen Salts In •a, glass of hot water every morning fcefore 'breakfast and keep it up for SO days. You can help the action ot Kruschen by cutting down on pastry and fatty meats and going light on potatoes, butter and cream Then weigh yourself and see how many pounds you have lost. Krflsohen Salts are a blend of 6 salts most helpful to body health. R 6 u Sf ?"' a 1jottle o£ Kruschen Baits that will last you for 4 weeks costs but a trifle. Ask E. W. Lusby or any druggist for a fcottle and f fat t0day ' It>s tte «£ reduce tout toe sure you get n-your bealh comes first! 0 TIGERS FOR LEDYARD H, S, ASSN, CHOSEN Ledyard, Sept. 19 — The Purple and'Gold Activity association elected officers last week. Anna Jones is general secretary of the association. For music Aleitha Brack is chairman, James 'Logan, member, and Henrietta O'Keefe associate! member; athletics, Kenneth Thompson, Mildred Vaughn and Howard Dyer; forensic, Edith Logan, Malinda Goetz and Frieda Schadendorf; literary, Tilmer Halvorson, Lillian Sanders, and Lois Wilson. Freshmen Given initiation— Sophomores duly initiated freshmen Friday night by putting them through various stunts. Freshmen are Evelyn Mayne, Henrietta O'Keefe, Edith Logan, Cleo Gable, Doris Welfare, Lois Wilson, Ellwood Green, Victor Weaver, Boyd Leslie, Robert Barsiou, Ronald Schultz, Adolph Frietz, Pearl Haag, Gertrude Darnell, Marvel Drew, Muriel Reece, and Erna Schwartz. Upper classmen and faculty were guests and ice cream and cake were served. Aid Officers Are Keelected— The Methodist Aid held a business meeting in the church last Thursday and officers were reelected: Mrs. D. B. Mayer, presi- denit; Mrs. Blanche Jenks, vice; Mrs. George Thompson, secretary; Mrs. N. A. Pingle, treasurer. After the meeting the officers and others were invited to Mrs. Howard Mayne's, where some of the members had prepared lunch to show the appreciation of work done by the officers last year. Teachers to Be Honored— The Methodist Aid is sponsoring a. social evening at the church Friday in honor of the teachers, the Rev. and Mrs. Johnson, and also as a welcome for the Rev. and Mrs. Harvey, former pastor here, who has for the past four or five years been preaching in the East. Ledyard Woman's Sister Hi- Mrs. Glen Yahnke received word last Thursday that her sister Helen Jenson, who' went to Illinois several months ago to care for her deceased sister's household and family, was ill from a nervous breakdown. W. C. T. U. Says School Texts, Swea City, O. K. iSwea City, Sept. 19—'Last week Tuesday afternoon the W. C. T. U. was entertained at the J. L. Vaux home. (Mrs. J. J. Anderson had charge of the program. The subject of the afternoon was how much of the effects of alcohol is being taught in the text books of the schools today. Mrs. Anderson brought the text books used in he local schools to the meeting, and gave a short review of the matter found on the subject from each one. The books were found to be highly satisfactory. It -was planned at this meeting to have a poster contest and an essay contest in the school this year. The following officers will serve for the ensuing year: president, Mrs. S. Warburton; rice, Mrs. J. J. Anderson; secretary, Mrs. Frank Thomson; treasurer, Mrs. August Peterson. H. 8. Classes Name Officers— 'High school classes last week held their first meetings of the year and elected officers. The freshmen elected: president, Harold Schneller; vice, Earl 'Berg; secretary-treasurer, Forrest Hanifan; editor, (Luella Senenfelder. Sophomores—president, (Robert Leland; vice, Irene Rohlf; secretary-treasurer, Gifford Smith; editor, Wayne Griffith. Juniors—president, Grace McDowell; vice, Geneva Berg; secretary-treasurer, Carroll Fosgren; editor, Arlette Skromme. Seniors— president, Edith Dahl; vice, Lucille Anderson; secretary-treasurer, Edna Sampson; alumni editor, Edith Dahl; editor-in-chief, Alpha Simmons; senior class editor, Harriet Erickson. Methodist Aid Officers Named- Last week Wednesday Mesdames David and Harvey Hosier, with Carrie Harner, entertained the Methodist Aid. Officers for the ensuing year are: president, Mrs. T. F. Mitchell; vice, Mrs. T. F. Johnson ; secretary, Mrs. John Ecklund; treasurer, Mrs. J. L. Vaux. Mesdames Will Thompson and John Ecklund each gave a talk on their impressions of the world's fair, and Mrs. J. L. Vaux read an article on NRA. School Men Hold Meeting— •A week ago Monday evening the Methodist women served supper to the school men, superintendents, principals, and coaches of north Kossuth. The group held an evening meeting at the school house. See Twin City Series— L. W. Wiemer, George Dunn, and V. A. Barrett drove to Minneapolis Sunday to attend the "little world series" between Minneapolis and Columbus, the former winning 6-4. Enters S. U. I. as Freshman— Willis Dyer left Saturday for Iowa City to enter the university as a freshman. He will study Journalism. First Ball Game Lost— Ledyard high school baseball team lost at Grant last week Tuesday 8-5. Other Ledvard News. The last concert of the season was given Saturday night. Twelve concerts were given under the direction of V. A. Barrett. James Logan was business manager of the band and 'Carl Fisherbach secretary and treasurer. The school faculty and Mrs. A. E. 'Lauritzen and Mrs. V. A. Barrett had a wiener roast and picnic supper at Interlaken last week Wednesday evening. /The Wm. Driscolls, who have been in Derrick, S. D., six weeks, visited their niece Mrs. Blanzhe Jenks last week while en route to their home at Yale. Mrs. Richard Zielske, daughters Mrs. Raymond Wilcox and Margaret, and Lois Wilson visited Wm. La Coeur's, of Amboy, last week Tuesday. The last baseball game for the independent team was to have been played here Sunday with Whittemore, but the latter failed to appear. The Ed Campbells and Mrs. Ralph Campbell, of Seneca, and Mrs. Montgomery, of Forest City, visited at Leon Worden's Friday and Clifton Engelby's Saturday. The Ed Halvorsons, Miss Jones and Miss Randall were guests at Chester Johnson's last Thursday evening for 'home-grown watermelons. The John Drews and Mrs. Drew's brother and wife, the Albert Koll- hofs, of Webster City, left! Sunday for two weeks near the Canadian line. The Cyril Haags are having a •basement dug under their house. D. B. Mayer is doing the digging, and Fred Ployer will put in the walls. The Jack Lynches and Mrs. Tom Lynch left Saturday on a ten-day trip to Rockford, 111., the world's fair, and at South Haven, Mich. John Jones received word Friday of the death of his sister, Mrs. Sam Severd, of Story City. They went there Sunday for the funeral. The Conrad Gables moved into the Henry Gray property, recently vacated by A. F. Schultz, last week Wednesday. Mildred Bargar, Lakota, who visited her sister, Mrs. Edward Knoner two weeks, returned home Sunday. Mrs. L. W. Wiemer accompanied her mother, Mrs. Tillmoney, to Des Moines and Ames for the week-end. Kay Link left last Thursday for Fort Dodge to resume work with the Oliver Implement company. The George Thompsons attended a rural mail carriers meeting at Irvington last week Tuesday. Mrs. George Thompson will entertain the Methodist Aid at her home this week Thursday. Mrs. E. G. Rich, of Fairmont, and Mildred visited friends here Saturday. The Victor Lelands, of Swea City, spent Sunday at Mrs. Charles Gable's. Sacred Heart church will hold 13- hour devotions Sunday. 'Randolph Canary returned Saturday from Chicago. Lutheran Aid Has Guests— The Swedish Lutheran Aid had its annual guest day Thursday, with 200 present. A program of readings and music, with a play, How 'Preachers are Made, was given. The play was especially good and showed much work by the young people taking the parts. Visitors attended from local churches and surrounding towns. Evangelist Opens Meetings— The 'Rev. W. W. Shannon began a series of evangelical meetings in the Baptist church Sunday evening. He is a member of Chicago Moody Bible institute. The meetings will continue for some weeks. Grand Aid Elects Officers— The Grant Methodist Aid elected the following officers for next year: president, Mrs. Effie Curtis; vice, Mrs. Alfred Zielske; secretary, Mrs. A. M. Tokheim; treasurer, Mrs. Otto Kelly. Theater to Be Reopened— Swea City's motion picture theater is to be reopened if present plans materialize. The theater here has been closed for some months and many here are asking for reopening. Eight Go to World's Fair- Going from here to the Century of Progress last week were Mr. and Mr. August Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Tweeten, and Mr. and Mrs. Hewy Myre. H. S. Band at Estherville— • The Swea City high school band drove to Estherville Friday afternoon last week to play in the NRA parade. There were seven bands and many beautiful floats. SO Students to College— Swea City this year has sent 30 young people to higher institutes of learning, ten going from the 1933 high school class. Other Swea City. Friday afternoon Mrs. D. W. Fults, Mra. Walter Smith, and Mrs. J. M. Dye entertained the Baptist Guild and friends. Mrs. Rachel Stockman and Mrs. E. McAninch gave instructive talks on the Psalms. Mrs. Hohn, Mrs. Bishop and 'Eunice Jenson gave musical numbers. Those attending the county Sunday school convention from Swea City a week ago Monday were: the Rev. McDowell, Bernice Smith, Mrs. S. Warburtno, Mrs. Marie Jacobs, and Mrs. Wm. Barker. They report a good meeting. Wendell McDowell spent the week-end with his parents. He spent the summer at Yellowstone working. He is returning to Iowa •City university, where he is working for a master's degree. The Epworth League last Thursday evening gave a party honoring Kenneth Seylor, who will go to Morningside to attend college this week. Mrs. Pester was chaperone. Mrs. Samuel Warburton entertained her Sunday school class at her home last week Tuesday evening. The evening was spent with puzzles and games. The Methodist Sunday school held its annual promotion day Sunday. Reports of the county convention, were given before the Sunday school. The flev. Mr. McDowell and family drove to Ayrshire Sunday afternoon. The Rev. Mr. Fletcher filled the pulpit Sunday evening. Mrs. L. O. McNeil is sick at her home here. Mrs. Felkey is caring for her. LUTHERANS AT TITONKA HOLD MISSION FEST Titonka, Sept. 12 — A Lutheran mission festival was held at the local Lutheran church Sept. 10 and speakers were the Rev. Mr. Scheit- muller, Kiester, Minn., and Rev. Mr. Fritchie, Jackson, Minn. Services were held morning, afternoon, and evening. The junior and senior choirs sang special numbers. Members of' the junior choir who sang are Lois Boyken, Elvina Heesclv Alice Brandt, .Verdene Boyken, Mary. Jean iRachut, , Jenesse Saathoff, and Gerhard and Connie Stecker. The local church women served dinner in the basement. There was a large attendance at the services. League Gets New Members— Fellowship Hour was held at the Methodist church basement Sunday evening conducted by the Bpworth League to get new members. Each member furnished something for supper, after which games were played and 'League was held. Leaders were Edith Reynolds and Helen Beed, the lesAm being Interesting Topics for League Lesson. New members were Gertrude Meyer, Loraine Lamoreux, Betty Budlong, Anna Grace Blakley, Loraine Peterson, Watson Hamstreet, Herlene Craven, and Merwyn Hansen. P. T. A. Welcomes the Teachers— The first meeting of the P. T. A. this year was a reception for the teachers last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. M. S. Craven, P. T. A. president, welcomed the teachers in a short speech, Supt. C. A. Hoon gave the response, William Schram sang, Mrs. E. .R. Intermill played a harmonica solo, and the Mothers Chorus, directed by Mrs. Fay Callies, sang. Following the program the audience.went to the gymnasium, where games were played and refreshments served. Legion Auxiliary •Names Officers— The Legion Auxiliary elected officers at the Legion hall at a recent meeting: president, Cleo Nelson; 1st vice, Mrs. Pierre Sartor; 2nd vice, Esther Askins; secretary, Mrs. Olive Brans; treasurer, Mrs. Raymond Bonacker; chaplain, Mrs. Camilla Cooper; historian, Nellie Nelson; 1st sergeant, Mathilda Falk; 2nd sergeant, Anna Schenck; elective : executive board, Jennie-Breen, Mrs. Carrie Bonacker, Mary Young. Grandparents See Hoon Baby— Last week's Garner Leader said: 'Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hoon and children, of Titonka, accompanied by Violet Slack, came for a short visit with Mr. Hoon's parents, the 'Rev. and Mrs. T. Ernest Hoon, Sunday afternoon, and incidentally to show Grandma and Grandpa how much David Gene had grown. This was David Gene's first visit to his :randparents." Farewell for Departing Pastor— A farewell party was given Sept. .1 in honor of the Rev. and Mrs. Dirks, of Renwick, who are leaving ;his week Thursday for a new pas;orate at Grimes. Among guests were the Rev. and Mrs. Killian, north of Titonka, the Rev. and Mrs. Wachholz, 'Britt, the Rev. and Mrs. Heyer, Belmond, and the Rev. and Mrs. Schoenleih, Titonka. George Larson Has Accident— While he was driving a manure spreader loaded with corn, George .arson suffered an accident September 6. His lines became entangled, and while he was disentangling them his team took fright and ran away. George was caught under the spreader and suffered :ashes in his back, besides being iadly bruised. New Candidate for Clay Representative The Clay county political battle over representative to fill a vacancy was unexpectedly complicated two weeks ago, when Elmer C. Ketcham, farmer, filed an independent candidacy against A. H Avery, republican, and Mrs. Ella Morgan, democrat. Ketcham is a (Farm Bureau memfoer, not a member of the Farmers Union, which •bitterly opposed Avery. Studies for the Ministry— Willis Phelps, who lives west of :own, left Monday for Sioux City to attend Morningside college to prepare for the ministry. He has preached a few times in the Methodist church here during the absence of the iRev. Fremont Paul. He has been president of flhe Epworth League. the North Iowa grain elevator truck out ot his driveway September 8 George Rippentrop, coming from the north, ran into it. The Rippentrop car was badly damaged, but nobody was hurt. Reception for Teachers Planned— There will be a P. T. A. reception for the teachers this week Tuesday evening at the high school building. A business meeting in the auditorium will be followed by a program given by the P. T. A. Reunion Held at Schenck's— A family reunion was held at Horace Schenck's Sunday afternoon and guests were Mr. and Mrs. Os* car Blanchard, of Hurt, the L. B. Larsons, Mrs. Carrie Bonacker, and the Raymond Bonackers, Titonka. Californian in Visit— Al Meyer, of Los Angeles, formerly of Titonka, is spending a few weeks with his sister, Mrs. Marie Saathoff, and other relatives. He expects to go back soon. Pastor Off for Vacation— The Rev. H. W. Schoenlein,-Lutheran pastor here, and his wife have gone to the Black Hills for a two weeks vacation. H. S. Nine Wins Opener— The high school ball team played Crystal Lake here Fept. 8 and won, 5-0. This»was the first game this fall for Titonka. Other Titonka News. Johnnie Bleich, accompanied by Alice Sartor, Beryl Bogges, and Mrs. (Earl Stott and son Keith, spent the week-end visiting Magdalene Sartor, who teaches school at Magnolia. Mra. Earl Stott and eon and Berjrle Bogges spent the weekend with relatives at Carroll. Mafold Gartner, Rowan,<who Was here all'sUmmer, taking cafe of his father's bees, plans to attend the state university this year. Me was graduated from the Rowan high school, but part of his pre-graduate schooling was taken here. Kenneth Fisher drove his truck to West Union Sept. 10 and brought back Mrs. Hazel Nauman's furniture. Mrs. Hauman, son Meryl, and daughter Ardith are now making their home with the Fishers. Wednesday Mrs. S. J. de Vries expects several guests for a few days: W. J. Humeston, W. J. Humeston Jr., and Thelma Humeston, Denver, Colo., and Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Conklin, Bloomington. The E. N. Clemans family, Lakota, called here Saturday morning. Mr. Clemans, who used to work for the Topic here, has for the last few years published the Lakota Record. "Harley Larson spent Saturday at his brother, Kermit Larson's,.Clarion. Harley and the Kermit Larsons spent Sunday in Titonka with their parents, the L. B. 'Larsons. (Elden Conklin, of Chicago, who has been spending a few weeks visiting his sister, Mrs. S. J. de Vries, left Monday to return to his home. William Schram, Joe Mockry and Fred Smith went to Chicago Saturday night to spend a few days. • Car Kills a Horse. Lone Rock, Sept. 19 — Delmar Fischer had an accident with his car last week Wednesday evening north of Armstrong. It hit a horse and killed it. None of the occupants of the car were injured, but the car was badly damaged. Couple to Wed at Clay County Fair Saturday Evening of Spencer, Sept. 12— With the cast Brevities" as a background tor the ceremony, Lucy Batcheler, 19, of Peterson, and Ted Kosta, 22, Hartley, will be married at the Clay county fair Saturday night, September 23. The bride and bridegroom were selected from among a number of applicants. Both are young; attractive in appearance, and come from families well known. They will be married by Rev. R. B. Woolston, of Peterson, pastor of the Maple Grove Church of God, uncle of the bride. With all solemnity preserved, the ceremony on the stage before the crowded grandstand will be tenderly beautiful. Special music by eminent composer's will be used in the ceremony. _ Dose of Buckshot for Melon Thieves Four youngsters at Livermore who attempted to exercise the time-honored but problematical right of boys to steal watermelons came to grief a week ago Saturday night. They were Harold Knowles, •Glair Roepke, Marshall Hart, and Herbert Raney. They raided a patch belonging to John Merriss, four miles southeast of Livermore, and the Merriss son Andrew fired at them with a shotgun several times. The Knowles and Roepke boys had to visit a doctor to have bird shot removed from their hides. Furnai Wood Wanti The Advance ^ a few loads of fjj wood. Going prices W11 allowed, but in all, the cost must be an In full on account We want the . soon for Pall fires. ter continuous | must be kept, coalj be used and then> be no bin room for» Please see make arrangements! fore delivery. ADVAN! Algona illllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIN '? ilk ALGONAl IOWA Sept. 24th —on — Cream Checks Issued— The ten high cream checks for this month are: Nick Jrleesch, $17'l.i&l; Warner Smidt, $165.25; W. H. Grover, $88.32; George Rippan- trop, $83.49; J. A. Harms, $82.11; A. Schram, $79.35; Ubbe Winter, $73.83; Bruno Stecker, $73.14; Chris Brandt, $72.91; John Koestler, $72.45. Surprise Honors Burt Farmer— A surprise birthday party was given in honor of W. A. Stoutenburg, west of Burt, at Roy Budlong's, south of town, September 10. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Blanchard, Burt, the Harold Jones family, Burt, and Mrs. Prances 'Budlong and the Jay Budlongs, Titonka. Mrs. Schutjer Recovering— Mrs. Ray Oesterreicher spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Jerry Schutjer, who has been very sick the past two weeks in the Mason City hospital. The doctors report her case as sleeping sickness. The last report is that she is much improved. Shower Honors New Baby— 'Friday afternoon the Methodist Woman's Sunday school class gave a shower honoring Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Heifner's baby, born a couple of weeks ago. The party was given at Martin Larson's northwest of town. Many presents were given the baby. Mark Bacon Birthday Observed— Wednesday evening, September 6 surprise birthday party was given in honor of Mark Bacon at his home. Guests were the Earl Stotts. the Herman Blakleys, the John Pinks, the Roy Budlongs, and Mrs George Higgins. Each family took "eats" for dinner. Auto and Truck Collision— While 8. J. de Vries was backing Old Ives Farm 4 Miles S. E. of Algona Take road east from fairgrounds to half mile south of Mawdsley farm; turn east for 1 mile. Or a mile north and a mile east of Irvington. Program Parade o£ All Planes Spot Landing Contest Light Plane Race Pony Express Race Free For All Race Acrobatic Flying SPECIALTY ACTS Parachute Jump by Miss Grace Hedensten Mldwett'* Leading Parachute Jump*' PV««> i>o«i • ~ Children 6-12* Free Parking Sponsored by Iowa Airshow Q Dei Moines, Iowa iiiiiiiiyiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHtiiiiiiiiiiiiui

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