Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 18, 1934 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR C088UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. 25c 10c 13c 27c 17c Campbell's Soups, 3 cans Domestic Oil Sar- flines, 3 cans 'Alaska Pink Salmon, 9 CM 2 tall cans fcWU Powdered Sugar, 2 Ibs ,Tac-Cut Coffee, pound can Rice, a whole white grain, 3 pounds First Prize Flour, £4 EQ 49 Ib. bag 3> I -*J^ Robb Ross Wheat 1 Cf* Cereal, pkg. • «*** Pure Country Sor- OQf* ghum, 2 1-2 Ib. can__ fcwW Crackers, 2 Ib. box Matches, 4 Qft 3 boxes I wV Robb-Ross Angel Food Cake Flour, per pkg. Pure Lard, 2 pounds Fresh Smoked Bologna, Ib. Bacon Squares, Ib Cabbage, per Ib. 24c 15c 91/2C 10c 3V2C RUPTURE H. L. Hoffman, Expert, former associate of C. F. Redlich, Minneapolis, Minn., will demonstrate without charge his "Perfect Retention Shields" in ALGONA Saturday, January 27 at the Algona hotel from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Please come early. Evening by appointment. Any rupture allowed to protrude is dangerous, weakening the whole isystem. It often causes stomach trouble, gas and backpains. My "Perfect Retention Shields" iwill hold rupture under any condition of work and contract the opening in a short time. Do not submit to avoidable operations and wear trusses that will enlarge the opening. Many satisfied clients in this community. No mail order. HOME OFFICE: 305 Lincoln Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. LOANS UP TO $300.00 Would a personal loan of ?100.00, .$200.00 or $300.00 help solve your financial problems? We invite you to investigate our personal loan plan on your furniture, auto and livestock. As long as twenty months to repay. You will find our service prompt, economical, and confidential. Inquire today for details without obligation. —See- Federal Finance Co. 320 Des Moines Bldg. Des Moines, la. H. N. KRUSE Appraiser Algona, Iowa Ledyard Holds Lead in kctball LONE ROCK IN SECOND PLACE; FENTON THIRD Lone Rock, Jan. 16— A well-balanced Lone Rock five defeated Fenton in the leading battle of the (North Kossuth Conference last week, playing before the largest crowd that ever saw a regulafr high school game on the Lone Rock floor. The Lone Rock boys .played their best game this season. They grabbed an early lead and led 7-6 at the first quarter. At the half the score was increased to 15-11. The Fenton boys threw a scare into Lone Rock in a third quarter rally and the visitors trailed only 17-15 when the quarter closed. Lone Rock scored two baskets in quick order as the final quarter started, and another last-minute spurt increased their lead to 28-18 when the game ended. Seneca and Titonka had staged another thriller earlier in the season, when it was necessary to play two overtime periods to decide the issue. This time Titonka won in the regular playing period, 22-20. Ledyard again tried the iron man stunt by tackling both St. John's and the Bancroft H. S. team, but this time were not quite so suc- ceskful as earlier in the season. Ledyard lost to St. John's but won a Conference game against Bancroft high, 25-11. No girls' games were played in the conference. Outside the Conference the Lone Rock girls met defeat at the hands of Lu Verne, 2511. Games this week put Titonka at Ledyard, Bancroft at Fenton, and Seneca at Lone Rock. The Seneca-Lone Rock game should be a close scrap, inasmuch as Seneca is one of two teams that have defeated Lone Rock this year, and Lone Rock will be out to even the count. The Lone Rock girls will also he attempting to gain a first-place tie with Seneca. Team rankings Monday stood: Won Lost Pet. Ledyard >5 Lone Rock 4 Penton 3 Titonka 2 Seneca 1 Bancroft 1 AND Full market price paid for hides and fur. Closed season on muskrats. Joe Greenberg New and Used Cars Financed If your present payments are too high we will refinance your car for you. Prompt and courteous treatment. H. N. KKUSE INSURANCE AGENCY Telephone 125, Algona, Iowa 1 .833 2 .667 2 .600 4 .333 3 .250 4 .200 Dance at E. C. Bierstedt's— A dance was held at E. C. Bierstedt's Friday evening. Attending: Lola, Pat, Harlan, Marvil and Lyle Marlow, John Newbrough, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt, June Bierle, Margaret and Glenn Householder, George Bates, Ronald Christenson, Leona Householder, Vernon and Coila Hollister, Kathryn Ste- britz, Imogene Roderick, Dale Earing, Walter Mienke, Fred and Robert Schmidt, Fred and Ralph Bierstedt, Harold and Russell Gross, Leon Larson, Gordon Priebe, Gladys, Leona, Evelyn, and Dorothy Bierstedt. "Jumbo" Ewoldt and Lyle Godferson furnished music. Declaimers Pick Subjects— The high school declamatory contestants have chosen selections and are to be coached by Mrs. Viola Bishop, Mrs. Meryl Milligan, and Supt. Godfrey. Contestants are Ruby Cherland, Bernard Reilly, Lawrence Rath, Dorothy Dacken, Philip Reilly, Coila Jane Hollister, Margaret Gladstone, Grace Newbrough, Sthirley Marlow, Dorothy Burt, Kathryn Stebritz, Robert Gladstone, and Sara Whitehall. The contest will be held in February. Mother's Club Hns Program— The Mothers club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. Fred Wegener, Mrs. Harry Fleeter assisting. Scripture was read by Mrs. Wegener, followed by the Lord's prayer. Roll call was answered by New Year's resolutions. Mrs. W. G. Flaig read a poem and a paper on Offsetting the Influence of the Girl Next Door. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Harry Hobson assisting. Gifts Sent to Orphans Homes— The Mite society met last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Lillie Thompson. Scripture was read by Mrs. Thompson, followed by the Lord's Prayer. Mrs. 0. H. Graham, Fenton, gave a review of 100,000,000 Guinea Pigs. It was voted to send contributions to the orphans home, Council Bluffs, and the orphans home, Des Moines. The next meeting will be with Mrs. J. M. Blanchard. "Rummage" Sale Is Fun For Four - Corners Club Four Corners, Jan. 16 — The Mothers & Daughters club met last Thursday with Mrs. Loretta Broesder, 45 present. Roll call was answered with the names of Iowa authors. Program: two vocal solos, Ruth Robinson, accompanied at the piano by Evelyn 'Cruikshank; player-piano roll, Evelyn Nickerson; two whistling 'selections, Elsie Lindeman, also accompanied by Evelyn; history of Iowa, Ruby Walker; piano solo, Evelyn Nickerson. A rummage sale provided merriment. Each member donated a package, and each received one, the price oif which was inside. Prices ranged from 6c to lOc. Apples, cake, cookies, home-made candy, jello, soap ,and other articles were in the packages. The money went into the treasury. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Rose Sabin January 26. Son for the Lurhl Fessicrs— A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lurhl Fessler, Ringsted, at the KossuUi ihospital last week Tuesday. The Fesslers have three other children, a girl and a pair _of twins, a boy and a girl, now with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nickerson. Kanawhans Are Sunday Guests— Five young folks from Kanawha spent Sunday with, the Everett Withams: Lela and (Lula Jackson, Edw. and William Slater, and Herman Leerar. The Noble Mitchells and Mrs. Pearl 'Potter spent the evening there. Mrs. Royce Much Improved— Mrs. Royce, mother of Mrs. How- ard Witham, has been at the Kossuth hospital two weeks with, pneumonia and complications, ; but is now much improved and may possibly be able to come home late this week. Family Dinner is Given— The Cruikshanks attended a family dinner at Frank Cruikshank's Sunday. The Leonard Cruikshanks, the Jack Ditsworths, and Grandpa • Cruikshank were also there. • > Other Four Corners. The John Gettmans, Mason City, were dinner guests of the Edward Riches last week Monday, and supper guests at Carl Seip's. They spent the night with, ttie John Sabins and had dinner Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Theo Goeders, Algona. They were en route to Rippey and Des (Moines, and were to get home Friday or Saturday. The Aeijelt Myers, Ringsted, were at J. iP. Nickerson's Saturday. They also shopped at Algona and called on Mrs. Myers sister, Mrs. Lurhl Fessler, at the Kossuth hospital. The Lewis iLowmans Jr. were at Nickerson's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cruikshank spent last week Tuesday with a cousin, Mrs. Geibel, near Corwiblu The Geibels recently became parents of twin girls. Irene Witham-spent a couple of days last week with the Austin Withams, Algona. William Miller, Britt, spent last week at his sister, Mrs. Albert Walker's. Leo Sabin was a guest of Robert Gross Friday night and Saturday. at Webster City to visit 'Doctor and Mrs. Patterson. The Walter Lockwoods, Burt, were Sunday dinner guests at the Otis Sanders home. The Emil Krafts were guests at the Reinhold Laabs home, Fenton. Mrs. E. M. Hawks, Mrs. Jessie Stebritz, and the latter's 'daughter Kathryn were at Mrs. Hawks' sister Mrs. Sam Warner's, Fenton, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton were Sunday dinner guests at the latter's brother R. E. Morgan's, Algona, in honor of Mr. Morgan's birthday. William Krause accompanied <?erhart Krause, Fenton, to Corwith Sunday to visit Mr. Krause's daughter, Mrs. Clifford Meyers. The Legion Auxiliary met Friday afternoon with Mrs. W. G. Flaig, ten present. The next meeting will be with Mrs. R. L. Padgett. Russell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jensen, and Marjorie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen, have enrolled in the eighth grade. A dance was given last week Monday evening by Arthur Priebe and William O'Donnell. A large crowd attended. Ollie Tyler and Russell Sharp drove here from their work at Hector, Minn., for the week-end at G. A. Sharp's. The Council Home thanks everyone for contrib- Bluffs Orphans utions sent last' week by the Mite society. Mrs. John Rath and his son Lawrence were Sunday dinner guests at Harvey Rath's, Algona. The iSewing Circle meets this week Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Edward Farris. The weekly Bilble Study was held last week Wednesday evening at L. W. Hollister's. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick iSchultz spent Sunday at Charles Schultz's, near Elmore. Mrs. Walter Riedel, Burt, spent last week Wednesday with Mrs. John Rath. The Christian Endeavor meets Sunday evening at the Victor Rogers home. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Simmons, of Fairmont, spent Sunday at A. H. Hanna's. Johnny Sprank spent part of last week at William Goche's, near Bancroft. The Busy Friday club meets this Friday with Mrs. Fred Genrich. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gross are parents of twin boys, born Sunday. A community sale will be held here February 9. Jay Godden is laid up with sciatic rheumatism. Eula Mae Sharp has been sick. Auxiliary Has Card Party— The Legion Auxiliary had a card party last week Tuesday evening in the hal'l. High prizes at bridge went to Supt. L. E. Godfrey and Mrs. Arthur Priebe; low to Mrs. "W. J. Cotton and Fred Dransfeldt. High at 500 went to Frank Flaig and Mrs. Agnes McBride; low to Mrs. Frank Flaig and Harold Gross. Girl for Forrest Rouses— H. W. POST i Dray and Transfer STORAGE OFALL KINDSi Long Distance Hauling. Every load insured against ; ; loss and damage of all kinds. , Equipped to do all kinds of • ; ; hauling and draying. PHONE 2»8 Algona, Iowa ; 666 Liquid Tablets, Salve, Nose Drops Checks Colds first day, Headches 01 Neuralgia in 80 minutes. Malaria in 8 days. FINE LAXATIVE AND TONIC Most Speedy Remedies Known. A girl, Virginia Ann, was born last week Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Rouse, Ayrshire. Mrs. Rouse was formerly Freida Krause. The R. L. Padgetts and Mrs. William Krause drove to Ayrshire Sunday to visit the Rouses. Surprise Honors Tony Anderson- Mr, and Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt attended a surprise birtihday party Saturday evening at Albert Anderson's, northeast of Burt, in honor of his father, Tony Anderson. Chester Simpson Has Operation- Chester, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Simpson, north of Lone Rock, had an appendicitis operation at the Kossuth hospital Sunday. Mite Society Serves Stew— The Mite society served an oyster stew Friday evening at the local church. Approximately $20 was taken in. Mrs. Hallard Snyder received telegram Sunday morning that her grandfather, Richard Dodson, Pasadena, Calif., had died. The body was to be shipped here for burial and the funeral is to be held thif week Wednesday at the home ol Mrs. Snyder's parents, Mr. and Mrs George Miller, Humeston. The Aid met at Mrs. A. (L. Green field's last Thursday, 26 attending Mrs. Jergen Skow conducted Bibl study. The W. C. Taylors spent Sunda- afternoon at the Henry Gerdi home, near Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. James Brophy, Mrs Amy Smith, the W. C. Taylors, an the A. L. Greenfields were suppe guests Friday at Clem Cunning ham's in honor of Mr. and Mr unningham's ry. wedding annivers- Yvonne Stratton, Britt, .spent last eek with her grandmother, Mrs. . B. Wise. Mrs. John Huff Sr. was a Sunday upper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie and also luff, Plum Creek, and Mr. firs. Stanley Gardner, were lere. Mrs. Gardner was formerly eola Huff. Mrs. William Hedrick Sr. rought home Monday was Cossuth hospital, where she een a patient six weeks or more, ie result of a fall in wihich she roke a hip. Walter Aman, of Hamilton col- ege of commerce, Mason City, pent Saturday and Sunday with OFFICERS FOR LAKOTA RNA ARE INSTALLED Lakota, Jan. • 16—The Royal Neighbors held installation services in the Woodman hall a week ago Monday evening. (Mrs. Laura Rose- hau was marshal and Mrs. Margaret Faulkner was installing •officer. Officers installed are: Oracle, Leona Heetland; vice, Bella Smith; chancelor, Emma Smith; recorder, Lorraine Smith; receiver, Bertha Buckels; marshal, Gladys Freeark; assistant, Ann Griese; inner sentinel, Laura (Rosenau; outer, Pearl Koppen; manager 3 years, Cora Steele; manager 2 years, Rachel Kienitz; manager 1 year, Anna Clemans; musician, Belle Koppen i past oraole, Bertha Underdahl; flag bearer, fimma Kahl. The rest of the evening was spent with, dancing, and lunch was served. F. B. Meeting is Held— Ledyard township's Farm Bureau held a monthly meeting at the Woodman hall Friday. Dinner was served at noon and the following program was given at 1:30. Mesdames Jake Telcamp, Art Anderson and Jerry Ukena garve the project by means of a short playlet; the township male quartet sang three numbers; County Agent Bonnstetter and Mrs. Leaverton, H. D. A., each gave a talk; and J. H. Holcomb, township president, closed the meeting with a short talk regarding plans for the future meetings. iLedyard township will be given honors at the state meeting for its work. Former Pastor Now Retired— (Friends of the iRev. R. E. Cook, former 'pastor of the local Methodist church, will be interested to know that the Rev. Mr. Cook has retired from the ministry, and has bought a small acreage in Renwick, where he and Mrs. Cook will raise bees and manage a small truck garden. Only the two younger children, Gordon and Marjorie, are now at home, and Gordon graduated from high school at Green Mountain last May. The Rev. and from the Mrs> Cook attended the district TITONIIAN INTRODUCES CDC EDUCATJOHAL PLAN A recent'copy of. Happy Days, a newspaper published for Civilian Conservation Camps, features an educational plan developed for 2400 C. C. C. boys in three northern Minnesota counties by Captain L. G. Gartner, district chaplain. Captain Gartner is a former Tl- ;ohka Methodist pastor who <was Compelled by poor health to resign while'he was pastor- in Wright colinty and seek outdoor employment. His wife and children returned to Titonka and are living there now. The educational plan ia a new feature Of C. C. C. activities, and if successful it may spread to other camps throughout the United States. Unemployed teachers are employed to give instruction. Since the foregoing mention was written' it has been learned that Mr. Gartner has been mustered out of the C. C. C. and is now at Titonka. x conference at Algona a week ago Monday. Attend 4-H .Training School— • (Emma Gutkneoht, Fern and Mary Jane Lewis and Mrs. J. H. Warburton attended a 4-H training school in the Bancroft school house a week Jr. „„„„<-„ n>_ ^A •»» ~ n- • m Luc DttllUtUHL SUI1UU1 11UUSO & \VBKB. is parents, Mr. and Mrs. George j. ago Monday . Miss SwJimeyi spec ^.man. The'Loyd Muckeys, Algona, and ™* •£? $ ™"^J»™ he John Wermersens, of Hutchins, vere Sunday dinner guests of Mr. nd Mrs. Harvey Steven. The Stevns spent Saturday with the Roy itevens, near Woden. The Roy Stevens have been having the flu, >ut are improved now. The Henry Schicks Sr., Plum on canning of meat, and the place of meat in the diet. Four chickens, browned sausage, and hamburger were packed and processed during the demonstration. A covered dish lunch was served a1 noon. The next training school will be held March 20. %A*^S m ^ m ^™™ >**«*"«•* Tear Ago Meet- vith Mr. and Mrs. George Aman. Mesdames A. Q. Smith, -Emory Alberta Grosenbach and ODolph S mS, and Miss Lor?ane Smiih.of SVtn e wi^ w Lakota ' and Mesdames Gisle An- WK °?{. i supper Sunday evening tors at A. E. Bucket's Thursday ?H h ^ S ' A ^ e i d ^l ParentS ' Mr " Afternoon. Mrs. A. Q. Smith S Mrs. Erickson discovered they were .schoolmates when only eight years old, and had not seen each other for many years. Post Nuptial Shower Given— I Mrs. Louise Nitz Clark was given a post-nuptial shower at her nd Mrs. Adolph Fisch. LEGAL NOTICES OFFICIAL NOTICE BOARD OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS OF THE STATE OF IOWA To the Citizens of Kossuth County: Notice is hereby given that Clif- 'ord R. Stewart, Crystal Lake, owa, has made application to the pwa Board of Railroad Commis- >ioners, under the provisions of lhapters 252-A1 and 252-A2, Code f Iowa, 1931, for a Certificate of lonvenience and Necessity author- zing the transportation of freight relatives, coining home Sunday af ernoon, < • Mr. and Mrs. Emory Smith ftfld baby visited at Raymond near Swea City, home last week Tuesday evening and 50 women were .present. Many interesting stunts were given for entertainment. Labor in the evening tea towels were hemmed and embroidered. Mrs. Clark received many lovely gifts. Homemade ice cream, cake, and coffee were served at a late hour. Parsonage Study Bepapered— There was a papering bee at the Methodist parsonage last week Wednesday when a number of the women, with the assistance of the pastor, papered the study. In the afternoon Mra. Delia Smith's division entertained the Aid at the parsonage, making it a busy day there. Party for New Choir The Presbyterian choir entertained the new choir members at the church parlors Thursday evening, Mesdames John Griese, Tom Tamen, Clifford Freeark, Jake Telcamp, and William Tihaves were hostesses at the regular church supper last Thursday afternoon and evening. Bank Receiver is Sick— Wilfred Carlson, receiver of the local closed banks, was not in his place of business here Friday, and inquiries hisclosed he was ill at his home at Swea City, threatened with pneumonia. Mike Keller Seriously Ill- Mike Keller, who lives southwest of town, has (been seriously ill for some time. He had his teeth extracted and infection is causing the trouble. Other Lakota News. Mrs. Harry Mussman delightfully entertained 15 friends of Harry's mother, Mrs. H. D. Mussman, Saturday afternoon in honor of her birthday. When the gifts were presented the guests sang Happy Birthday to You. The afternoon was spent visiting and a two-course lunch was served at 4:30 o'clock Mrs. Mussman Jr., mother and sister-in-law, of Elmore, were out of town guests. The Rev. F. O. Johnson and the district steward, Mrs. Warburton, attended the Algona district conference at Algona a week ago Monday. There was an attendance of 150. The bridge club gave a dinner party at Mrs. Ray Smith's last week' Wednesday evening,' with 15 women attending. The Erman Hansens went to Ti- -l.. onfo Jfridfc they H«^««PW %M Mr, and Mrs. Ouy Beemer dfote to DCS Moines tut week Tuesi on business. The B. ft. Worleya were visit, at G«i Torino's, near Annsf Sunday. Mrs. I. B. Wortman and son i» were on the sicfc list last week.] "Mandalay" Flour is the Best Minneapolis flour we sell for ! , , $1.90 "Pure Quill" Coffee Is the "best" known coffee, we sell 3 pounds for $1.00 "Richelieu" are the very "best" and "Baby Stuart"! the "next best" in groceries that we sell—and we sell LOTS OF THEM Fresh Fruits and Vegetables always. Cheese also at Seafoods and AKRE'S Iowa Coal Illinois Coal (Franklin County) MissourifCoal Lower in price, but as good as the best from these] fields are in stock for you. Order today. Prompt and careful delivery. Just call 229. F. S. Norton & Son! between Mason City, Clear Vliller, Woden Hayfield, Crystal and Titonka in Lake, (Lake, Cerro ; Gordo, Hancock and Kossuth coun- les, Iowa. The Board fixed Tuesday, February 6, 1934, eleven o'clock a. m., at 'he Hanford Hotel, Mason City, :owa, as time and place for hear r ng said application. BOARD OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS OF THE 'STATE OF IOWA. GEO. L. McCAUGHAN, Secretary. 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