Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1933 · Page 5
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director, nd: cornets If oi is Wilson, LorenzNitz, rslou, Marvel Drew; jlelvin Logetriann, Lur- Gordon Nutt, Olen e^-Betty Matzener, Arlowe Blome; bari- flabel.Olen Dyer; alto hultz, Edna Leslie, John Muriel Recce; bass— , Rolled KoHaach; Schultz, Agnes school at Mrs. "D. B. Mayer'B jay evening and elected . first class, Mildred 12nd, Aleitha Brack; inter- f ,M g and boys, Mrs. V. A. ! junior girls, Mrs. Roy UK People's class, Miss I Adult class, Mrs. Mayer. Undeirkof ler Honored— *C UnderkOfler, .now of rft'tast week at Chicago, i the national Legion, content as Auxiliary delegate. Ehter, who teaches;;at, NeW- in Saturday to attend the • with'her. '. ' "' , Contest Ended— _y Wentworths attended a Ischool party at Buffalo •Friday evening. Buffalo, |»nd Ledyard had had an contest, and the loser, Buffalo Center enter- j others. i Coffee Contest— j, D. Moulton waa hostess ithodist Aid last Thursday fcuroh basement, 40 attends Aid has entered a Polger ntest and is saving bands Ie Mara— Jenson, formerly Nitz, came last week lay for the rest of her I things. The family will [located in La Mars. I Sale Big Success— : and social given by .the I Reformed church at L. A. eier's last Thursday ereh- i very successful, a large ;ending. (Are Practicing Play— niors, under the direction \ Stranahan, have . begun ftheir play, Mystery of I Gable. It has ten char- ! Tooth is Lanced— Jenks is suffering with •ated tooth, which he has :ed three times by Doctor lLakota. . • • Surprise for Two— op of young people surpris- and Ella Goetz Jastaweek r evening in honor of their illy Next Sunday— [Sunday will be Rally day at iodist church. erledrard News. id Mrs. Edw. Ditsworth, BFelter, Burt, and Mrs. Eva ,'Beloit. Wis., spent part k at Mrs. Harriet* Matz- m Mrs. Richardson stayed jay, when Harry and Ida- plter and Miss Stuart came Mrs. N.- A. Pingel and Looft spent Friday even- iPeter Looft's, Swea City, '""- Peter Looft celebrate h .. ' d Halvorspn attended Nbe6atMrs.MHoHalvor- 'alo Center, last week Baschara's mother. eral for a James Reid baby drew from the attendance, i „,.,-.. was a big dinner, followed by the Judging of .livestock. Awards for winning exhibits were given. • * • « Court had been in session for the September term. In a weck and a half Judge N. J. Lee, Estherville had cleared most of the docket and gone home. * * * * J. M. Glasier, .formerly Whittemore, had written that he was daddy of a new girl. The family had moved a year or BO before to St. James, Minn., where they were fawning. J. M. said that he had 115 hogs which he had expected to exhibit at the Minnesota state fair, but that the state sanitary board ruled that no hogs could be exhibited. for an extended his eon Clyde in*® ated by the Cecil Stranalhan, Algona shoppers* Mrs - week IjS&s. *«•<• .Welfare " of . Jos. his mother She his h? <**>• h «»<* its first ASS *"•*" ^ «ffi£ < s ll ^ < *^'"Cn^^l^^day, Twenty Years Ago »« W i te >f,c m the Adv ™ V the Advance m . Ra ;3 ,. w , au ' 0 ?' Ir r in ^° n p°at- mastelv.had returned from Gi as a laree area of the gov- projec.t costing mor~o""than fe ?hwJ to irri. gate more than 125,000 acres fair was in progress while Watson was there, and he amazed tojiee how many All grains Mr was graded No. LPot^;;^'- matoes, peanuts, squash, canta- &V*l d be * s * rcw there botfe than nere. -mere were so s that Mr. Watson had .. — the open. Not much homesteading land was left but n?^9ft Wa T S ° Pen , for only a tilin s ^e l'J?;.J n ™ 09t .P¥ ca tho Bovern- appraised tho to $7 an acre, and the also owned much of it. at $5 railroads A South Crcsco .Rural Improve- ent fair at the L. E. Potter farm had been spoiled by rain. The fun- M«tn1 -fn_ « •» __ < _ J.U1L ^^Pcd fron, town to ™. horse races, and ban games. races, * * * * The annual Iowa habited by former lowans. Flowery ICOSSUTti COUNTY ADVANCE, ALOOMA, IOWA P, T, A LONE ROCK, MEETS FOR PROGRAM L'one Rock, Oct. 10—The local P. T. A. met last Thursday evening in the high school auditorium, and the following program was given: song, audience; business meeting; community singing; radio play, it Can't Be Done, A.' A. Krueger, Mrs. Oscar Baring, Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, Uioster Alme; ^>iano solo, Mrs. W. O. Flaig; quartet, A. A. and Alex | Rrueger, Harry Hobson, and. L. B. Hollister; song, audience.• Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. R. L. Padgett, and Mrs. L. R. Roderick were appointed delegates to attend a district meeting at Algona October 20, and the following program chairmen „„.„ tu I1X .. fo , r ensuing months were appoint- Meanwhilo they made a side trio to'n N ° vember ' Mrs. W. G. Flaig; the Mammoth cave in Kentucky At I D , RCember ' the Rev. • S. M. Glad- )th of 380 feet they had a hau ! ne; January ' M ' rs> Viola Bishop; nde on an underground riven £ b ™7' L J ?.'. " ' mutter of .calh.r! • * • written 0 Wl Fj< their ana and it BOUthBm I1Iinoi s home in had - hatl broken down . days to fix it WINNER Elmer Wiatedt, all of Marshall, Minn., were week-end guests at Roy Jensen's. The Os«ar Pattersons spent the week-end at Cedar Falls and Waterloo, visiting their daughter Helen, student at Waterloo. " Mrs.'" W. J. Cotton • accompanied' Mrs. "A. J. Krause, Fenton, to a county Farm Bureau meeting at Bancroft.Monday. .,.. . Mrs. Fred Genrioh, daughter Lucille, and son Bernard, spent the week-end at the F. L. Haucks home, Livermore. The Forest Rouse's ArysJiire, spent Sunday with Mrs. Rouse's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Wiliam Krause. Mrs. Andrew Thompson spent last Thursday at Knud Thompsen's, Ringsted. Charles Zoller, Lakota, upmf week-end at Fred Schulte's. IJVSUBANCE — LOANS — INVESTMENTS Reliable Insurance service at low cost. Surety , automobile, dwelling, and other forms of insurance. Small loans made at once. Automobiles refinanced, payments reduced, etc. A courteous, confidential and pleasing service. Call at our office or phone 55. C. R. LA BABBE Office located first door north of Iowa State Bank .Olay county jM,uruary, L,. B. Hollister; March,. •* » representative on the repub- Mrs. Eugene.Hofius; April, Fred lican ticket last week Tuesday by i ion 1*1/»h nif«« ro«j..i ft • _i_ •• _ ^.KA« •• _ . •* •* 'Fred Will, Lotts* Creek, bad bought 80 acres in Sec. 28, Union township, from the County Savings bank, consideration $100 an acre. 'Mrs. Clifford Stock, wife of a former Algona meat dealer, had died at Storm Lake. Attending the funeral "from Algona were Mr. and Mrs. A. «. Stock and Mrs. E. E. Resseguie. * * * * An airplane was to fly at the 1943 county fair. A contract had .been let at $325 for flights three days. In 1912 a contract for an airplane had cost $1,000. Airplanes PROGRAMS FOR YEAR OUTLINED BYBURTPJ.A, Burt, Oct. 10—The P. T. A. program committee has prepared programs for the year. Methods of Strengthening general topic. Character is the The subject at the Mrs. Abner Long . had ? ^ ^ Fre 5 <> cn ™*. Mrs. om a. long tour in the « £' Ro . denck and Mrs. Eugene ,s far ** ran Hof2U ? wm serve on a refreshment * * * * 'Paving around the committee for the November meeting. rss^<»= *JSft£K.fii B . "•""• TYorK was also nroe- prir-lr tr\ Maun*, /tit.. o_i. j_' the fair. Work State street. Gordon French had suffered J. Rice took Mrs. L. R. Rod- to Mason City Saturday!.to for her mother, Mrs. Mar- help . garet Davison. Mrs. Rice went.on KG? votes 'over Mra. Ella J. Morgan,-1278 votes, democrat,. and Elmer C. 'Ketcham, 76 votes, independent. Mrs. Morgan'carried most outside precincts, -'but Avery carried Spencer, home town of both, by a 2i£ to 1 vote. for their home at Detroit, and en- route visited relatives at Eagle summer. re » andext same ,. .L.u-,,1 <t uiuycie accinpnr nn i -.-«.~. .-* ..^ u^vm^ the new paving on state street y • M . rs> IR(rt)ert Dransfolldt, Mrs. • * * • OLICCV. T7/V?JM*ly»lr'w f**i>4-A» »,!._ I ) .« The Livermore.Gazette had .recalled a story of 21 years before, aa follows: "A. L. Peterson, Algona, carries about a dime's worth of, . muslin wrapped around .one hand 'w, A f ™ n . se ^ on account of monkeying wtoi —^ Flaig and flashrlight photos." Another story was that Lou Stillion ((Mrs. C. O. Simpson) "was in seventh heaven over the possession of a new or- IT«lti M Roderick's sister,. who had 'been with Mrs. iDavison, was brought home by the Frank Bahlings. Surprise Party Honors Twins— A "surprise party in honor of Mrs. James Ackerman, gan. • • Sumner Quarton, then attending the state university, studying law, had suffered a spell o£ sickness. • * • • . A modern hotel for Algona had been a possibility, but plans for it failed when an Algona business man refused to sell two uptown lots for it at .a reasonable price. The prospective 'builder had already got a term lease on another lot, but needed the other two. October meeting this week Thurs-1 j erger <™ v . e o eser . . . TI ,, , „,. , day, and Mrs.. Graham • day evening is Home Ideals That Affect Character; Mrs. H. A. Thompson, chairman. Other numbers are: piano duet, Pearl Wpltz and Elinor Elston; Appreciation, Consideration of Others, Courage, Mrs. F. E. Rubey; Choice of Companions and Truth-Telling, Mrs, B. W. Brooke; Honor, Tolerance, Religion, Mrs. C. W. Patterson; vocal solo, Viola Riddle. Farewell for the Cliftons^A farewell party for the Rev. J. E. Clifton and his family was held at the Methodist . church Friday evening, and a large crowd attended. - The Cliftons were presented with a purse, .and a cafeteria supper was served. Mr. Clifton preached at his new charge at Armstrong Sunday, and the family will move this week Tuesday. The Rev. C. B. Mitchell, who has been at Armstrong, preached here Sunday. Another School for Cooks— An evenirig school for women will be conducted at the schoolhouse again this year, as in the last two years. The first lesson will be given this week Wednesday and others will follow every Wednesday .evening for ten weeks. The first will deal with meal-planning , reparations. The subject of the first lesson is The Art of Entertaining and Being Entertained. Mrs. William Koestler Home- William Koestler and P. W. Kollasch and daughter Beada went to Waterloo Friday, and the men attended the Dairy Cattle Congress, while Beada visited Raemond Koestler, Cedar Falls. Leonard Dittmer brought his mother, who had been convalescing at his home at Clinton, following a goiter operation to Waterloo, and the Burt party brought her home. Many to Federation Meet— A large delegation from the Woman's club attended a county federation meeting at-Fenton last the Emil Leeck crossing. Two Quilting: Parties Given- Mrs. H. W. Manus entertained at a quilting party last week Wednesday and Thursday. Other Burt Ne^vs. Mrs. R. A. Iliff,-Webster City, spent two days last week with her sister, Mrs. J. H.'Graham. They went to Webster City .Wednesday, and Mrs. Graham visited her parents and other relatives. Mr. Graham, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Klamp, Mrs. Mary Stewart, and Gail Isenberger drove to Webster City Sun- returned week Tuesday. Burt was one of . the' hostess clubs, also Titonka and Fenton. Mrs. Donald Weir gave readings, and several local club members took part in a pageant, The Spirit of Mothers. Mrs. WWtehiH Loses »»»«•— Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Whitehill returned a week ago Sunday from Prairie du Sac, Wis., where Mrs. Whitehill had spent a month, helping care for a sister who was SICK with cancer and who died the Wednesday before they returned. Girl t» Unirersity Hospital— Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle took Mar- Jorie Pannkuk to Iowa City Saturday to have her eyes treated at the university hospital. Mrs. Clapsaddle was also to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Main, Cedar Rapids. To Attend Bebekah Contention— •Edna Staley, delegate to a Re- _,ikah assembly from this district, and Mrs, Lillian Sheldon will leave Monday for Council Bluffs to attend the annual session of the Iowa. them. Mr. and Mrs.. Charles are twins, took place at __ Flaig home last week Wednesday evening. Attending: the John Spranks, the Ackermans, .Mr. Strong, Mrs. Caroline Ackerman, daughter Lillian, son Earl, Anna Flaig. Dorothy Burt, and the W. G. Flaigs. . lone Kock Mother Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Whitehill, , Burt, were Friday dinner guests of their daughter, Mrs. J. M.~Blanchard. That evening the Blanchards, the John Plynns, and Mr. and Mrs. Harlah Blanchard drove to Burt to surprise Mrs. Whitehill on her 73rd birthday. Auxiliary Meets Tomorrow— The Legion Auxiliary meets this week Friday with Mrs. N. L. Cot- world's fair. Juniors Plan Class Play— The Juniors have chosen their class play. "Sound Your Horn," a 3 act' farce-comedy. Mrs. Milligan is directing. II. S. Juniors Rehearse Play— The Juniors have started work on Sound Your Horn, a 3-aot farce- comedy. Mrs. Milligan is directing. Other Lone Bock. From here attending a Lutheran League party at J. T. Cherland's last Thursday evening were Dorothy and Verne JDacken, Vernon and Coila Jane Hollister, Cleo and William 'Hobson, Sara Whitehill, Margaret Gladstone, James Hall, Lillian Angus, and Delina Rogers. ,Mr. and Mrs> Roy Jensen entertained at bridge'party last .week Tuesday evening. Attending: Mr.| and Mrs. E. M. Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mr. and Mrs. John Flynn, and Mr. and Mrs. Oto Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Grubb, ; daughter Ftioramce and Mr. and .... ... — „— . . ton. The Mite society meets this Mrs. Frank Wheeler.and daughter week Thursday with Mrs. Frank Doris, all of Ames, and the An- Flaig, Mrs. W. G. Flaig assisting, drew Thompsons and James Hall, week Wednesday the society will give a quilt show in the basement of the church. Q"»si for Club Parents— The Mothers clnb met last Thursday with Mrs. Glenn Sharp, Mrs. were Sunday dinner guests of the Victor Rogers family. Attending a county woman's club federation meeting at Fenton last .week Tuesday, were - Mrs. „Frank Flaig, Mrs! L- R. Padgett, Mrs. N. L. Cotton, Mrs. Harry Hobson, and Otis Sanders ^assisting. 21 present. (Mrs W G Flaig Mrs. John Flvnn conducted a quiz 1 Bllwyn Godden, ,Leo Engesser, for parents. The next mprting will and. Paul.Crowley atended .the Dairy be at Mrs. Jack Quinn'8. Mrs. R. L. cattle Congress at Waterloo last «•">--"• assisting. Officers will be wee k Sunday. Hauger Peterson, who had proceded them, returned with them. Mr, and Mrs: Alex Krueger elected. Cl"b IMps Orphans Home— '"The Busy Friday club met with , daughter Madge, and Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. Fred Genrich Friday, Mrs. Ar- Elmer Weinstedt, Marshall, Minn.,| t ' h V r - pri ? be assisting. Articles are r M ™ visited Saturday and Sunday at b fi >ng made to send to an orphans Kroner's anirt William Elvidge's and C. B. chip- lhon « ; .at Council Bluffs. The next flT g ' a _<.„_._„ 0 _j a ,,v,J« » *u tir * ' "™ ri™ MM A . . chip . man's. The Roy Jensens, Lone meeting will be at Mrs. W. C. Lee- Rock, also had Sunday dinner at the Chipman home.' •Florence spent a few days last week with her cousin, Laura Boettcher, Fenton, while tine latter's parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Boettcher, took their son Don to Iowa City for treatment. Laura accompanied Florence home for. the week-end. Mrs. William Emery, two daughters, and Mrs. Bert Williams, all of Minneapolis, visited from Friday till Sunday at J. G. McDonald's. Mrs. Emery is Mrs. McDonald's sister. Alma Marquardt, who had spent two weeks with the MoDonr aids, returned with the visitors to her home at Moorehead, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Max Smith, of Eldora, spent the week-end with Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Ollom. The Hans Koestlers, R. E. Moyers, and lone Moyer visited the Charles Moyers at Terril Sunday. The R. A. Bleichs entertained at Sunday, dinner the George Koest- lers, the James Christensens, the P. W. kollasches, the Julius Baas family, the Henry Ewoldts, and the Otto Laalbs family. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Chipman spent last week at Armstrong, taking care of Mrs. Ohipman's sister's children while the parents attended the world's fair. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Sundermeyer brought S. H. Sorenson Sunday to visit his son, W. H. Sorenson. He will also visit at Fenton. They are from Mallard. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stahl, Mrs. J. W. Dorrance, and Mrs, Frank J. Mann left Monday for Du Bois, Neb., to visit Mrs. Stahl's brother, Mrs. Hortense Ferguson, Mrs. Clara Dalton, Lucia Wallace, and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh, all of Algona, spent Friday at Mrs. H. O. Buell's. ... Einer Mqrness came from Cedar Rapids Friday for the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Morness. He is a student at Coe. The 0. H. Schmidts, former Burt residents Who had been living at Fenton, have moved to their farm four miles north of Burt. per's, Mrs. Watson Shick assisting. Oldtime Bank Clerk Here— A. S. Ethridge, Milwaukee, who was en route to Sioux City, spent last week Wednesday evening with his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton. Thirty-one years ago he worked in the local bank. Flvnria Return to Detroit—' The John Flynns left Saturday FOR SAFETY FOR PATHFINDER Supertwist Cord Tire PRICES COMPARED WITH ONE YEAR AGO Kit Totoy't Price Site Todiy't Price 4.40.21 S5.55 B p Bt)lr16e 4.50-20 6.OO up only Ie 4.50-21 6.3O up only 20c 4.75-19 6.7O down 27c LOW PRICES -and to help keep men at work! It's always wise to buy new tires in the fall. You need the safety of sharp new road-gripping treads in fall and winter, when the roads are slipperiest — when there's the most driving in the dark. New tires wear less in cool weather on cool roads — you can have their safety all winter and they'll still be practically new next spring. But this fall, there are two more reasons why it pays to buy Goodyears. The prices are low—many of them lower than they were a year ago. Read the price list and see for- yourself. // helps keep others working through the winter— and everyone knows how important that is in bringing back good times! So look over .your worn tires—see what you need —then look what you can get Goodyear Pathfinders for. These prices buy better quality — 30% better mileage than these famous tires gave a year ago! 5.00-19 S7.2O 5.00-20 7.45 fcwi 3e 5.25-18 8.1 O taw 25e 5.50-19 9.4O MChMM Will your Battery start your car the next cold morning? Better have us test 'it now, clean off green. stuff, look at the cables. Ex foe BATTERIES $5*95 UP —and your old battery Rentals — Repairs — Recharging — Road Service—Call 88 i Delduteh Super Service LUBRICATION, CAR WASHING AND BRAKE SERVICE EXIDE BATTERIES PHONE 33 WIMOMMM The Rev. S. H. Aten, Burt, ac- _ companied the Rev. S. M. Gladstone —' to Rolfe last Thursday to attend a as committee meeting of. the Port S5 Dodge Presbytery. Mr. and Mrs. William Hillman, Welcome, Minn, made a call at Fred Qenrich's Sunday and went on to visit the Richard Potatzes, Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs/ Charles Elridge, daughter Madge and Mr. and Mrs. liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin If You Get Up Nights Make This 25c Test. •"Physic the bladder as you would the bowels. Drive out impurities and excessive acids that cause irritation burning and frequent desire. Get a 26c test box of BU-KETS, the bladder physic, from any drug store. After four days if- you are „„» relieved of up nights go niper oil, etc., acts pleasantly and effectively on the bladder similar to castor oil on the bowels. If you are bothered with backache, or leg pains caused from bladder disorders you are bound to fee) bet|er after this cleansing andjrou get your regular »» A Turkey In the Roaster is Worth Two on the Roost! We mean this: that the suits and overcoats we own today at yesterday's low prices, will be more when we have to go back and replace them tomorrow. And that the suit and overcoat you buy to- jay at our low prices, will cost more if you wait until they are gone. - Our prices are based on what we pay . . . and as long as this present stock lasts, we're going to sell it at 18 20 27.50 22.50 24,50 29.50 35.00 ZENDER 4 CALDWELL CLOTHING AIO) SHOES Buying Bread 'Made in Algona' Keeps 17 Employes at Work Ask for Bread 'Baked in Algona' ^k BY HELPING US, YOU HELP YOURSELF WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, employes of the two local bakeries ask the cooperation of the general public in Algona and Kossuth county, in buying bread baked in local plants. • Bread trucks from outside of Roasuth county are peddling their wares here . , . buying foreign bread wiiriead to reducti :m of employment here . . . which in turn affects the buying power of employes of the local bakeries ... by asking for "Bread Baked in Algona" you are helping to maintain wage scales and purchasing power in your own community ... we ask your help . . . will you? Neva Merrifield Milford Green Bernard Green John Hardgrove Clayton Palmer Bert Arrowood Bill Finn Fart Time Workers Irma Dee Roupe Vernell Hardgrove Milton Reeves Howard Carey Raymond Anderson Raymond Cook Richard Banwart R. C. Banker Marcella Nelson Part Time Worker Watson March THE THE Wilson Bakery

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