Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1933 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 23, 1933
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FENTON 'AUX' COMMITTEES NAMED FOR '34 Fenton, Nov. 21 — The Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion rooms (last week Monday evening, and program books for the ensuing year were distributed by the president, Mrs. W. R. Wolfe. Mrs. Karl Niel- flon, in charge of the program, read an article from the Legionaire on membership. The following committees were appointed: Child welfare, Mrs. William Hantelman; publicity, Mrs. Genevieve Graham; unit activities, Mrs. Myrtle Nelson; membership, Mrs. Verona Nielson; poppy, Mrs. Eva Boettcher; rehabilitation, Mrs. Nellie Wolfe; legislation and by-laws, Mrs. Viola Ohm; Americanism, Mrs. Pupils Give Puppet Show for Swea CUyP. T. A. Meet Swea City, Nov. 21—The .P.-T. A. was made permanent at a meeting a week ago Monday. A committee presented a draft of by-laws, .and with a few exceptions, the report was accepted. The band, and the two girls' glee clubs, with a solo by Elna Berg, and another by Alice Bahl, furnished music, and a puppet»show was given by Oma Huff and her third grade pupils. The puppet show was Jack Theresa Krause. Community service, Mrs. Fauerby; Fidac, Baago; emblem „,.„„„ Gladys Straley; conventionr^Mrs! Matilda Widdel; music, Mrs. Gene- Vieve Graham; executive, Mesdames Nellie Wolfe, Myrtle Baago, Amanda McWhorter, Margarette Laage, and Gladys Straley, Plans were laid to cooperate with the Legion post in a series of benefit card parties this winter, freshments were served by hostess, Mrs. Eva Boettcher. .Widdel-Family in Get-Together— The August Widdells, William widdel], daughter Alcott, and Mrs George Fink, all of Waterloo, came the Beanstalk, and was played by marionettes manipulated by pupils out of sight of the audience. The story was recited by pupils who also were hidden. The stage and puppets were made by the pupils, who had been working for more than a month. They were cleverly e, Mrs. Clara I made and-staged. Mrs. Myrtle The address was given by Supt. and trophies, Otterness, of Fenton, who spoke on the purpose of an association. Lunch was served at a Jate hour. The meeting luncheons were dis cussed, and approved to add socia bility. The sum of- 10 cents per family is charged. Mrs. P. c. Dahl chairman, and a committee of 20 will serve the lunch at the nex meeting, Has Armistice Day Program— The W. C; T. U. held a regular monthly meeting at Mrs. J. M. Dye's last week Tuesday. A peace goods store in the near future. Mf s. Joe. Sherman, Bancroft, has rented the Hohn building and will put In ary goods and ready-fto-wear. Qwea ru y J has aeeded such a store since the Pearson store burned some time ago. Mrs. Sherman's sister, Clara Thomson, will assist her. Both Mrs. Sherman and her sister are ) ven .. kn °wn here, having clerked for the Nelson Mercantile store. Corn Prizes Arc Awarded— 60c of- «r» P ze or e largest ears of white and yellow agriculture class,' with instructor, Armand Schuler, made the measurements. The yellow ear was the largest and Dwight JJirKson won first, with Ri Anderson second in yellow " Johnson was «!„„, „,„ second, in white corn. Club Has corn. Rethe " ---"» *»•* UA. ii CVL^I lUUj (JclIIlc ]ast_ week Wednesday to visit the Chris Widdells. The Messrs. Widdell are brothers of Chris, and Mrs. Fink is his daughter. They were all 6 o clock dinner and overnight guests at L. J. Weisbrod's. Another _„«.. j. HVUUUJ « .ex _jjtic*vjt program was given, with the Rev. McDowell as principal speaker. Music was furnished by Misses Peterson and iSkromme. The next meeting will be held at Wm. McAninch's, and will be a Christmas party. Each member and friend is asked to bring or send a gift, which - - -- — -• ..«ouiuu a. iiuui,uer c*on.cu m uniig or senu a gilt, WHICH Brother, John, his wife, son August, will be sent to the Benedict home and the latter's wife, all of Read- *" ' ' lyn, visited here Saturday and also with Chris's sister, Mrs. Chris Manning, near Lotts Creek, and were 6 o clock dinner guests at L. J. Weis- orod's that evening. Declamatory Elimination Held— An elimination declamatory contest for two grades was held at the inign school auditorium last Thursday, and competing were Henry Theesfeld, Harold Weisbrod, and Bruce Graham, oratorical, the latter being eliminated; only two corn- Beted in dramatics, Mary Ann Bohn and Hadley Bailey; competing in tumorous were Mary Jane Eigler Ruth Espe, Ruth May Kfle, Geneva Glaus and Laura Boettcher the .- last three eliminated. One of the county contests will be held at Fenton December 6. Four-H Clul) Meets Saturday— The Fenton Forwards 4-H club met Saturday at Ardis Voight's, 14 members answered roll call on The Most Valuable Thing I Have Learned From 4-H club This Year." A talk, Origin of Thanksgiving, was given by Viola Mueller, and poems were read by Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod Marjorie Bailey, Ardis Voight, June Weisbrod, and Hazel Weisbrod. A Christmas party at the roller skating rink was planned, and on motion all elected. , present officers were re- Standard Bearers Meet A'ov. 13— The Standard Bearers met at the Methodist church last week Monday evening, with Donna Jean Bailey and Verabel Ulfers as hostesses and 11 answered roll call. Ardis Voight had charge of the study period on How Far to the Nearest Doctor? and was assisted by Marjone Bailey, Beatrice Kramer, and Ruth Glaus. A social hour followed under Ruth's direction. Surprise Honors Edith Wolfe- Mary Ann Bohn was hostess at a surprise party in honor of Edith Wolfe in honor of the latter's 13th birthday anniversary at W. R Wolfe's Saturday. Attending were Mary Jane Eigler, Geneva Glaus Irene Bleckwenn, Ruth Espe Ruth Bay Kyle, Laura Boettcher, 1 Marjone Johnson, Marie Fauerby Merle Warner. New Deal Club Meets Mrs. F. H. Bohn was hostess to the New Deal bridge club last week Monday night. The travel prize was won by ,Mrs. S. W. Meyer. Other members are Mesdames Clarence Theesfeld, Amos Finnestad, H. J Reeder, Alvin Zumach, Dorothy Gerhard, and Ray Stoeber. Coach Has a New Son- Mr, and Mrs. E. D. White are parents of a 5 3-4-lb. boy, born last week Monday at the Kossuth hospital, Algona, named Donald. . Mr White is principal and athletic coach of the Fenton high school This is an annual affair. Dry Goods Store is Secured— Swea City will have a new dry LUVERNE CLUB HEARS TALES BY MEMBERS Lu Verne,, Nov. 21—The two fed. crated woman's clubs here held a meeting last week, the Tuesday club meeting with Mrs. R. F. Snyder. The program was patriotic, each member giving a patriotic quotation in response to roll call. Flo- •ence Hot read a paper on the origin of national hymns, and Helen Xuebler one prepared by Ruby Godfrey on The Flag. The Progressive club met Friday at Mrs. William Miller's, AVilma Mosher assisting. Thirteen members and one guest, Mrs. Bernard Wolf, attended. Good books for children were given in response to roll call, and then 11 of the women read original stories of various types, Mrs. Grant Jennings winning a prize for the best. Her -story was Saturday Afternoon on the Farm. Early days in Lu Verne A Trip Through The West, A Pioneer's Experiences, An Old Fashioned Thanksgiving Dinner., A World Trip, A Dream Come True, A College Romance, A Double Secret, and Armistice Day in England in TJ1S were some of the other topics. The date for the next meeting was changed to December 5, the regular meeting day falling on the day after Thanksgiving. Former Teachers Here Honored- Kate Skinner, Fort Dodge, and Ange Roorda, Clear Lake, were week held a'regu- J 6 g ,» at Ira He witt'S last Itoaauttt cottar* 8HH BIRTHDAY IS HONORED AT SEXTON Uncle Tom Blain, who lives with his unmarried son James and his married soft Jack a mile east ahd a half mile north of Sexton, celebrated his 87th birthday anniversary a week ago Sunday, with the help of 10 relatives and old friends, who :ook him by surprise, bringing a big dinner. Despite advanced age, Uncle Tom is still in fine fettle. He did hi share of this fall's corn picking, be ng out every day till the Job wa completed. He spent the earl part of the fall at .his son Tom Jr.' near Kenyon, Minn., and says th crops there were good. By birth Uncle Tom is a Scotch man. He w,as born jn 1846, and ••ante to this country when he was rl, or shortly after the Civil war le first located in Connecticut, an( for nine years served there as a town watchman. He was marrie< when the town was founded , and opened a watch and bicycle repair shop, running a hotel In connection. Later he added a furniture ahd undertaking, establishment to his activities. In 1926 .he retired from all but Watch repairing. The cause of death was heart disease. Mr. and Mrs. Loonier were mar- wed in 1898, and they had one child, a son, now of Chicago. Mrs. Loomer's parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. William Ziemer, who farmed many years near Fenton and lived, In Algona (tariff* theif declining in Connecticut. Fifty years ago, more or less Uncle Tom and his wife came west and located near Marengo'in Iowa where they farmed many 1901 they came .to Kos- -.. _.wv.» ue at ira newitt's last """ 10 Thursday. Mrs. A. B. Tweeten is county L™ W member - Mrs. S. Warburton. y ears - *" «"J. «iey came .to Kos- save a paper on Revolution Writ- suth and for 19 years lived on what s " anrl Mrs - T. P. Mitchell gave a ls known as the Rev. Mr. Stevens American Wars. War 340-acre farm near Sexton. Mrs. sung by the club, the Blain died ~ ; boys, Chris. _ held its Sexton. Prizes were dren. ATTEND FUNERAL AT ARMSTRONG THfl AMERICAN fiOY— YOUTHS COMPAMON, filled with the adventure every boy craves, .with the information he needs, and the adjrice on hobbies and sports he isvalways seeking, is the ideal present for that son, cousin, nephew, and chum. It's the kind of present that renews itself every month when the mailman lays a copy on the doorstep. Approved by teachers and educators, and endors- ed by high MhMl America, the , shopping difficultly, The subscription price la $3,00 tot one yedf. .Until January i, > 0 tt may, take ottt a three*year subscription for |3.0d, a saving of $3.00 over the one-year fate for three, years. After ;JanUiitfy i,r this three^year rate 1 Will be wHhtfraWn. Mall your order direct to The AMSFtlCAN BOY-^YOUTH'S COMPANION, 7430 Second Blvd., (Detroit, Mich, Service on yoUf subscription will start with you specify. — u sagga, New and G *«"» Fin« 'tr r .->"^»< treatment. 126, —'""Sftti UoK °Z G !!* ONE CENT •iiiig Siliiiliiililiii: Sunday ...ined at Harry I Mr. an d Mrs. Geo. F. Mahoney, Thi RPV TA 3 hursda y evening. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Stehle, their ended » \? • Mrs< McD °well at- Daughter Erma, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. iouxr£v, f ° nary aeet ing in St. John, and Mrs. Clayton Palmer Joux City last week. 6 (were at Armstrong last week Sunday to attend the funeral at the son on Home Sanitate + T, If resbyterian church-of Arthur ,S. Bureau women at Mrs Henrv 1^? i^" 1 ^' 6?> husband of *e tormn bly's las Thursday Ten wom7 , Anna Zleme r, sister of Mrs. Ma- tended. Christmas JfTVj?, honey and Mrs - Stehle were given ^ *'" sus e €stl <H Mr. Loomer went to Armstrong one . 1l £ T t IE< ? NECIENT SALE? L, . Uf Stor * a throughout the etosea.. i§oldat r ices listed her*... but never as low at • .. -j-. * to *™ "mount of merchandise you Just add one cent to the regular price and get ' •"»"«• package. Don't miss this chancel —••—»—••^•i Puretest ASPIRIN For headaches VALUES SO EXTRAORDINAR^HA? WE CAN ONLY AFFORD TO OF??! THEM FOR ONE HOURI R Percy Brink'. Sunday "to honor' Percys birthday. Thirty relatives ate a big dinner. Church Night Tomorrow Night— end guests of Irene Swenson. Mrs. Ray uncheon for them eight guests,, and Stone Bernice Satnrday Mr. and gave a noon Mrs. ,, . . J. E. Lindebak entertained in their honor Saturday evening, and Mr. und Mrs. J. Lichty entertained last year's school faculty at Sunday din- ... -- church ,.. 61>l . VVJ1J this week Friday evening at the City Hall, and all friends of the church, besides members are invit- Vclnia Raimis 16; Party— Velm'a Ram us was taken by surprise by 30 friends who helped her celebrate her 16th birthday last veek Monday evening. •elma Wilson Loses" Appendix— Velma Wilson was taken to Fort Itodge last week Monday for an appendicitis operation. Other Lu Verne News. The Rev. and Mrs. L. Wittenburg and William Duewar entertained the Lutheran. T. P. S . last week Tuesday evening. A "car" contest was held, one group winning over the other by only two points. The Rev. and Mrs. Wm . Baddeley £"™ M ;™' Mrs ' H ' H - Lichty, __ t -—«•«**» 39CJ 61000. oau. Electric defroster, 25c. Felt floor mats, 39c. Heaters, $5.95 to $7.65 Gamble Stores. 28-11 1box 2^2for26c REXALL ORDERLIES Candy laxative _ that's safe always. 60 tab. 1 box SOc •• —^^^i^^— JASMINE .face powder Popular powder in a new economy New Six* *£«• ibox50c2forSl€ Rexalf Tooth Paste Guards against decay. Keeps teeth sparkling with least effort I 1 tub* 4* 4%^ 25c 2 for 26C •—•-• ••! Puretest Epsom Salt Activates bowels naturally." Pure H Ib. six* 15o 2 for I6c 1 Ib. size 25c 2 for 26c JASMINE BEAUTY CREAMS Popular fragrance, fine textured creams. THURSDAY 10 h II AM JASMINE TOILET SOAP regular Yields rich creamy lather „•• Wovalu. »»*«dlWto«MSJaS 6 cokes for 26C REXALLMIIkef MagnuiaTOOTH PASTE ** "* IS" 1 *, 11 A * 3 for 26C here is * value that 76c valut thrifty shoppers will appreciate!' 3 tubas for 26c ONLY ONE SALE TO A CUSTOMER SATURDAY 2 to 3 P.M. or while they lasl SHARI T t /, ?' , H- Wermers en, and Dorothy Lindebak attended a play & i ven by the Llyermore Methodist young peo- pie Friday evening-. David Hurt, Manlius, 111., W ho had visited his daughter Mrs G«org e Scribner. a week, recently accompanied Mrs. R. B. Hayes and her son Kenneth to Carlton, Minn , tor a lengthy visit. Mrs. E. H. Mason, Charles City and her son Edgar, w ho are spending a couple of weeks with the former s mother at Renwick, called on Here's the NEW AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC IRON Other Fenton Jfews William Robertson, a son, and a Mr. Hicks and his son, all of Highland Center, came Friday for the pheasant season, and were guests at W. R. Wolfe's. Messrs. Robertson and Wolfe are former schoolmates. The P. C. Hites, of New Sharon, and Elizabeth Doak, also Highland Center, came the same day to visit Mrs. Kite's parents Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McFall, and other relatives. Mrs. S. Armstrong, Blue Earth, sons Arthur and .Robert Lee, and daughter Zona came Saturday to visit Mrs. Armstrong's parents, Mr and Mrs. T. N. McFall, and were C o clock dinner guests of her sister Mrs. W. R. Wolfe, other guests being the F. C. Hites, New Sharon, ^ Z l be !! 1 J? 0 _? k :. Highland Cente Fran SVank Bailey and his daughte Club Plans Christmas Party- Mrs. Paul Blumer and Mrs. j. J. Wadleigu entertained the Good AVill club at the former's last Thursday. J'iuns were laid for a Christinas l>-my December 14 jt Mrs. Kimei- Kmoi-y'K. Mrs. H. D. llistau, assls- Uuir hostess. The club will rne.n iifi-ain this week Tuesday at Mrs. Henry Blumer's ioi- an ai!-day quilting. School Gives pie Social— A pi e social was given Messrs. Tread way, Daris, ' Fritz and Sprague, Kansas City, were'a- mong pheasant hunters here Thev are connected with the Shell Oil Co entel ' talned at Del- at the Frank Sanford school house Friday evening, with a program of songs, recitations, exercises, and diologues , !->y the 13 pupils. The pies were sold at auction. There was a good attendance, and the school made 511. ji a r- tha Anderson is teacher. ge Donna Jean accompanied the Joh lights to Iowa Falls Saturday t .. — ••" J.M..O oaLUj Uily I visit the Light daughter, Mas. Clyd Brooks, and the Mr. Bailey's so •T • O. The Joseph Cashmarks, came Friday to visit Mrs. mark's sister, Mrs. Donald brod, and take part in the season on pheasants. The Ira Bromleys, Lake and Mae Broajiley, Clinton, Albia Cash Weis open View came , , Saturday ,to visit the Truman Johnsons. The Bromleys are foraiei Fenton residents. Mrs. John Blaker, of Perkins, and Mrs. Harold Wessel, Sanborn, were visitors last week Monday and Tuesday at their cousin, Mrs. Wal ter Widdel's. English Fair is Planned— The Methodist W. H. M. S. will hold an English fair at the City Hall Saturday afternoon and evening. There will be three booths, one for general household wares a boudoir booth, and one that the Mothers Jewels will have charge of. Sup per will be served at 5. Girl Scouts Have Meeting— The Girl Scouts and their leaders, Misses Partridge and Smith, were entertained last week Wednesday evening by Mrs. F. L. smith and Mrs. William Bleings at the Smith home This was a regular meeting, and the topic W as winter birds and Uowers. Le Mars Minister is Speaker— At th e Presbyterian church Sun- flay night S. H. Stregfeller, retired Mrs. P. c. Lichty entertained last week Tuesday evening at two ?abts o bridge, Mrs. Archie Sanford winning the high score, Mrs. Dick \Vei-mersen low. Mr. and Mrs. R. D . Kan ning went o Farnahmville Saturday to attend the funeral of a niece. They were a!so to visit at Churdan, their former home. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smith Grun- ente ' Vere ^'^- Quests of r and Mrs. Alex Evans. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Olson and Mrs. Bertha Beaver, Belmond., were at I. H. Benedict's Sunday. Mrs. Fred Schmidt has been at Iowa City, receiving treatment for ner's, Algona. Light Weight, Full Size, IOOO Watts No bearing down, no heavy pushing and pulling. The extra heat does the work of extra weight. All you have to do is to guide the new Cpleman Easy-Glide and it gives you beautiful work, quickly done. Heat automatic and adjustable. Saves up to 40% on current cost. STURDY, ACCURATE, LONG. LASTING THERMOSTAT DEPENDABLE. LONG-LIFE HEATING ELEMENT Graceful in design. Finished in super chromium plate. • • fyyfr^Ki SEE THEM AT- KOHLHAAS & SPILLES NELSON HARDWARE CO. . minister who lives at *-•<* Mars, spoke. Next Sunday evening- the llev. A Tliompson, former G. Heddle, of pastor here, will the speaker at the Methodist church. Ira Hoiiediet Wins Prize Ira Benedict, formerly Lu Verne, it now manager of a National Tea >. fc'roceiy at Milwaukee, recently won first prize, a w rist watch, in a coffee sales contest, 16 stores com- Beting. Hi s st or e sola more than 400 '" " in a week. Home Sanitation Lesson Given Mrs. Muriel Leaverton gave a les- AVE ON RADIO SUPPLIES AT Gamble Storey. "B" Batteries, Sc. Tubes, 39c and up. 100 ft. an- enna wire, 49c. "C" batteries, 25c. 22-11 DEMONSTRATION And Special Sale of FIDELITY PANCAKE FLOTJB, BIG SIOUX COOK- IES and BUTTERNUT COFFEE Saturday, November 25 Pancakes served 1 to 5 p. m. and 7 to 9 p. m. •Children with parents served anytime, children without their parents served from 1 to 2 p. m. only. Come and sample cookies, eat drink Butternut Coffee with us. pancakes, and White's Grocery pound PIRMEDGE RAZOR BLADES pkg. of 5 25C 2for26c VINCENT'S assorted CHOCOLATES 2 for 61C REXALL BEEF IRON and WINE Milk Chocolate Atafttywholesomebar. H Ib. bar 19 C 1for2Oc for »1TT=inc^o MI31 DENTAU PASTE itube SOc! 2 for Face Powder Soft, fluffy, clinging, exquisite in texture... in a dainty silken box. 2b.x.,for*lor? 0N ^S regular $2 valu* REXILLANA For stubborn coughs 4 oz - «% fm SOc 2 for 51C CASCACc POUND PAPER, OR ENVELOPES 40c 2 for 41C PETROFOL AMERICAN SOc 2 for SIC KLENZO Cocoanut OIL SHAMPOO 1 bottle^ ' SOc 2 for 51C M EL O-MALT Rich in Vitamins. 1 »*• 4% *M«M OPEKO MALTED MILK 2for $ 1 01 full pint ^^^^^^^^^^^MU^BMBI^B^^^^^^^^^B ^M_jA • WM m f^m km*T v I k Ml [You Need Every One of These I ALCO-REJ^^^^™^^^^^™ 1 "^ RUBBING ALCOHOL 'A 2 f.r 26c 2f.r31cl 21^3 lei 2for40 C j - 2f.r40 C HASKELL'S of MAGNESIA HOBART'S ASPIRIN GLYCERINE and i ROSE WATER 4 ounces 1 bottle n on I 2Sc 2 f or 26CI PURETEST^ CASTOR OIL 3 ounces P E P T 0 N A For health, strength, 1Pt> ^or*™ BAY RUM Smooth after shave. soc f"i for ;>lc Mi 31 SOLUTION th* "Mouth TesmJ" Antistplit Ip'nt ^ * 49c 2 for SOC KLENZO DENTAL CREME ! 29c* 2 for 30C Puretest MINERAL OIL ipt. for 75c bottle off 100 CHARMONA [COLD CREAM MM^M MASCAL'S [ALMOND POUND JAR HAND LOTION full pint MARTEL'S UUC VEGETAL •——»• ELI COHON REXALL Shaving Lotion i botti* SQc Sic PURETEST MILK OF MAGNESIA Neutralizes acids. 1 pint SOC Pound 7Se 12 tor 7 6c [Harmony Cream of Almonds 1 bottle 35e FIRSTAID SANITARY NAPKINS 25c 2for26t 6oz. she POUND ROLL 36< —"^^"B^™ 2for40< Rexall Cold m Tablets SPECIAL box 25c PURETEST COD 1 LIVER OIL 1 pint »,oo 2 for KLENZO | Shaving Cream 1 tub* 2Sc 2for26c Ml 31 SHAVING CREAM SMOOTHER, m . COOLER, SHAVES Itube 4* SOc 4 for Flrstaid Zinc Oxide Plaster 1 In. x 5 yds. 2for30c PURETEST MERCUROCHROME WITH APPLICATOR Ibot. o 25c 2 for AGAREX MINERAL OIL WITH AGA/t AGAR EMULSION OPEKO COFFEE tin* 2for57c Thur. Fri. Cf Sat. • D' James DRUG STORE PIKER'S ILASOL Prevents chaps Softens the skin' 1 bottle SOC 2 for SlC SYMBOL WATER BOTTLE a quart size

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