Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 1, 1934 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 1, 1934
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PAGE FOUR FEBRUARY i, ^^^^™^^-"~~ - _> ,.,,,. I.M «*^ * Creamery at Ledyard Holds Annual Meeting and Banquet DINNER SERVED SATURDAY NOON T017MROWD Ledyard, Jan. 30—The Ledyard Co-operative creamery's annual Creamery day was held Saturday. At a 10 o'clock business meeting two stockholders were elected: Fred Jimkermeier, re-elected, and Cyril Haag, who succeeds Olaf Engelby. At noon the Community Club and creamery board served 'free dinner to 175 guests in high school gymnasium. During the 'dinner hour James Logan, Tilmer Halvorson ,and Kenneth Thompson, accompanied by Miss Randall, entertained with various musical mumbers, consisting of vocal solos, (trios, and trombone and cornet Bolos. •Following dinner a program in the liigh school auditorium was opened with two group songs. Ralph Olson sang a tenor solo; a men's quartet, consisting of Ralph Olson, Harold Granner, Virgil Barrett and (the Rev. Mr. Johnson sang two lumbers. Mr. Fletcher, president of the West Bend creamery board spoke, and a Mr. Willets, butter- scorer, from Mason City, also gave a talk. In the McCormick-'Deering cream separator contest sponsored by Boudrye & Carpenter, Mrs. Al Zielske won the first prize, a 15- piece pyrex set; Mrs. T. H. Hoi- comb won 2nd, Mrs. Ray Wentworth, 3rd, and the following tied for fourth, and will each receive duplicate prizes: Dave Farrow, Eva Dorsey, Ralph Olson, Fred Junkermeier, Alvin Busch, and E. A. JuTikermrnor. The contest was a scries of questions about the Mc- Corinick-Deering separator. Michael Keller is Dead— Funeral services for Michael Keller, 46, who died January IS, were held at the Sacred Heart churcTi last week Monday, the Rev. Father Sturm officiating. Mr. Keller was born in Bavaria, Germany, February 22, 1S70, and crme to Indiana with his parents while still young. He was married February 4, 1S98, to Agatha Ost- liuys at Dunnington, Ind., and the following year they went to Missouri, where they spent four years, coining to Kossuth in 1904. He is survived by his widow, four sons, 'Nicholas, William, Leo, and John, two daughters, Elizabeth and Mrs. Frank Podderman, three brothers, Matt, Vincennes, Ind., Jake, Bancroft, and Baldisar, who lives in Germany. Pallbearers were Edsv. Looft, Albert Weaver, Jerry Sullivan, Jos. Kollasch, S. P. Powers, and Richard Zielske. CAYS Kindergarten Opened— The kindergarten financed by Federal Emergency Relief Func opened last Thursday with an enrollment of ten, and two more will enter as soon as health permits. Part of the manual training room has been made cozy by the teacher, Mary Jane Lewis, who has brought Safe Driving Hint By Iowa Motor Vehicle Dept Keep to the Right T HERE'S safety and security in that little line that runs down the middle of the rural highway pavement. It is a veritable life line to motorists who will use it as they Should. Keep to the right and you will always be right. While this is true at all times, it is especially important as you approach a curve or the brow of a hill. Motorists coming from the opposite direction have a right to expect this of you. Don't hold to the center of the road, even though the highway is deserted ahead. This practice, typical of the ' Sunday driver," slows up traffic and causes accidents. Riding the line is hogging the road. Don't be a road hog. COUNTY 'AUX' WILL MEET AT FENTON FEB. 6 GIRL SCOUTS AT LU VERNE PLANJ.IBRARY Lu Verne, Jan. 30 — The girl scouts met last week Monday evening with Carmen Wermersen, Pearl Scribner assisting. Capt. Norm a Partridge and iLieut. Ruth Smith were in charge. Officers were elected: Patrol leen McClellan, 1—Leader, corporal, Kath- Mary Alice Bigings, scribe, Pearl Scribner; patrol 2 — leader, Eloise Brown, corporal, Marie Scribner, treasurer, Betty Burtis. The girls laid plans to collect books to be loaned to the public from the scout headquarters every Saturday between 2 and 4:30. They will canvass the town and collect books anyone will lend or donate for their library. Progressive Club Has Program— Favorite Bible verses were given at roll call at a Progressive Woman's club meeting Friday at Mrs. Phil C. Lichty's. Mrs. iRay Stone played piano solos, and Mrs. Maynard Spooner read a paper on .Fenton, Jan. 30—A Legion Auxiliary county meeting will be held at the Methodist church Tuesday, and members are invited to attend. To be eligible one must have. a son, brother, or husband who is 'a member of an American Legion Post. District committee worn an ! Mrs. J. C. Underkofler, Britt, will i be present, and the Algona unit will give a 30-minute patriotic pro- 'grani. The women's quartet from i Algona will take part. A ten-cent registration fee will be charged, and lunch will be serred. Surprise for Clarence Menzcs— Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz were taken by surprise at their home Sunday evening in honor of their 'second wedding anniversary. Attending: the Earl Larsons, Cylinder, the Jacob Zweifels, the John Menzes, Martha Chrischilles, the * j , r> n., Roy Chrischilles family, the 'Frank Baby Moses was presented by Betty McFalls and Milton We isbrod. Burtis, Phyllis Lichty, Burnell, Wegner, Mona Mason, Mary Alice > irgt Quint Dcfeate T i t . 0 nka— Bigings, Carmen Wermersen, Helen Fenton and T } tonka divided clou- Jean Mosher, and Josephine Holdcroft under the direction of Mrs. F. I. Chapman. ,Rock for second place in conference standing. Quilting Party.is Git«n— Mrs. E, G, Weisbrod held a quilting party Monday. Attending: Mesdames E. A. Huskamp, 0. «. Graham, G. W. Newel, W. E. Stoeber, J. A. Schwartz, .J. T. Snyder, C. H. Oeronsin, and F. H. Bohn. Nurse Examines Pupils Here— , Eunice Newton, registered nurse Creftco Paul, youngest sort of Mr atid fora. Earl Mlllor, ithrwiiterted; with pneumonia (ten days o£o, *&' « OTV back In school. Tho t-Iarvoy Sabltis tux* having the flu. Ray Smith ffdt homo last week Wednesday from visits with a sister n.nd Ms father ait Elk Creak, from Swea City, was here last Mo Ho reported wetuther like sum- week Wednesday, Thursday, and me j. there. D. A. Foster accomnan- Friday, examining pupils. The! Io( i n lm to vJstt relatives n.t Fair- work is sponsored by the C. W. Q.j field They were gone iten days. scibool nursing service. Other Fenton. The Charles Lovejoys left Sat- Ml*. and Mrs, E. C. Potter went 'to Sherburn, Minn., Saturday to'vi- sit .live A. E. Spears, returning Sun- urday after an extended visit with; Mrs. Thos.' Motcalf Is recovering Mrs. 'Lovejoy's mother, Mrs. Mary! from the flu.. There Is nn. epidemic Kohlstedt, and otJher relatives.' of colds in this community. Some- They were to make a S'hort visit online is sick In almost every homo route at the Clyde Brooks home,]' A 9-lb. son was born a week ago Iowa (Falls. Mrs. Melvin Mansager j'^t Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Aug- •and'the Children, Delores and Jean, suat Hansen, on -the Quartern farm. . . * - . ' rrM. **_. r. 1.*.-. l^rt -im .i tttr\ f\n f ifrnit AVfl ' 1'nO accompanied them that far, Mrs. C. F. Gibbons, Hawley, Minn., lef/t iSaturday, after an extended visit with daughter, They also have .two daughters.'The son lias boeii natn<xi Howard Wayne-. A son wa» born last week "WVd- mwclay to Mr. and Mrs. George Sauder, who know -have four girls and Poetry of the Bible Mrs. A. L. Spooner. prepared by Psalms were sung by a group of members, then Biblical dramatization of The pie in Algona last week Wednes- flowers, rugs, and pictures, children are instructed in These handwork, music, reading, correct habits, and supervised play, etc. Adeline Severson is Wed— Adeline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Severson, was married at 8 o'clock last week Wednesday night <to Charles Chambers Jr., at East Chain. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lynch were the attendants. The newlyweds will be at home March 1 on a farm west of Grant. Following (he wedding guests and relatives were entertained at a buffet supper at the home of the bride's parents. Hoys IVin from Seneca— The Ledyard boys and girls basketball teams played Seneca Friday night. The girls lost 20-15 and the boys won, 37-10. The Ledyard boys still lead the conference. Friday nijtht Fen ton, the conference team that gave Ledyard the one defeat, will play here. Moving Pk'lure is Planned— The Athletic and Literary boards are sponsoring an all-talking pic- 1 day. The Robert Gustafsons and Belinda Harold attended the funeral of the latter's grandfather at Marathon last week Tuesday. Mrs. George Thompson received word Sunday that her father, "W. B. Mason, Lu Verne, is in poor health. Last week Monday Lars Scaar went to Algona and trucked back a team of mules for Christ Gel'haus. Mrs. Mary 'Poppe has been suffering with rheumatism and is under care of Dr. J. A. Devine. Dorothy Hildebrand, who teaches at Dickens, spent the week-end with Marjorie Stranahan. Edward Knoner attended a grain dealers convention at Fort Dodge several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Gabel and Church Toung People Meet— The Epworth League had a party at the Alexander Ihome in the country last week Monday evening. Mrs. Percy Schichtl, Irvington, won 'high score for women, Richard Niver for men. Refreshments were served by Fern Barton, Mrs. Ray Stone, and Evelyn and Marvel Alexander. Last week Tuesday evening the Lutheran Y. P. S. met in the church basement, and after business the pastor conducted a round table in which he answered questions about the Bible and church work. The young people o£ the Ruger family served refreslv- nents. Tuesday Club Studies Economy— Mrs. Peter Thompson was hostess to the Tuesday club last week, and a lesson on economy was studied. Roll call was on how to economize. Mrs. Albert Genrich had a paper on The Shoppers Creed, and Mrs. R. F. iSnyder one on Wise Spending. Plans were laid for the next meeting February 13, when the family will be entertained. Druggist IVoito Laid Up— Druggist W. H. Woito and S. P Sorenson have both been sick, ant since Mr. Sorenson is employed a the drug store Anna "Woito wa: summoned from State Center where she was spending the win ter, to keep the drug store open, Two Are Hurt in Falls— Mrs. Elsie Steussy fell last week Monday and sprained one arm. Mrs. Miller suffered an injured shoulder recently in a fall. on ic severel> Willian le-header basketball games (Priay night on the Titonka floor, 'he second team here lost, 27-20, ut the first team won, 34-15. Fenon had hard luck, the floor being ily, t>ut is still tied witli Lone ff Afee?syiuc.?s;i a is: rr^ ^ miiv ° on *• old F C. Gibbons the latter's children | ^^"^ £ L . olSM1( H um- Se'c^ter S 6 to°°4it a^oth-j boUtt - 8 ^ <™ 1 of last ™* £ x>oage centei, 'Minn., to visit anotii- , tllell . son j ja . wtC nao'B. Ijawrenee \vill er daughter, Mrs J. W. Bye ['old a closing out sale this week Florence Barton and Esther' Tuestlay , aml will then move to Al- Snnth, local teachers/ spent the ~ ona \ week-end at their parentail homes, Mr anrt MM3> ^^^ Fe]lp accom- at Lu Verne and Swea City respec-1 1KlTl;l6cl ))y Uie j r son George, who t lvel y- ; ! is in the moi-ines, but is here on 1 furlough, and Mr, and Mrs. Avery ATTEND THE COOKING SCHOOL'Fell, all of Emmetsburg, vlsliteii MONDAY, TUESDAY, ^VEDNESD'Y Sunday ait Robert Hundley's. -""lay" A BRIARDALE STORE 2 Briardale Vacuum"! Ib. glass Coffee, regular 36c seller, 2 jars for Texas Seedless Grapefruit, 64 size, 4 for 1. _„__.,_. 4 Ib. jars Briardale Preserves, per jar ___ —.-.—• —.---— ALL FLAVORS Nothing but fruit -and sugar in these Preserves. HIGHEST PRICES FOB EGGS Moe&Sjogren 246—2 PHONES—247 Trade with a store that helps support your schools, Pay Your Advance Subscription N( Herman spent the southeastern Iowa. James Wayne Jr. fell last Thursday while playing and broke his thumb. A. E. Lauritzen and George Moulton were in Fairmont Saturday. Mrs. Ann Trenary, of Lakota, visited Mary Lynch last week. Juanita Underkofler spent the week-end in Britt. Other Lu Verne News. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty were at Des Moines last week Tuesday to visit their daughter Ruth and attend Green Pastures at the Shrine auditorium. j Kate Skinner, Fort Dodge, spent the week-end, here, and \Ruth Lichty came from Des Moines for a couple of days with her parents. W. B. Mason fell sick Saturday, week-end in j but is gradually improving. Viola jBalgeman has been helping care for him. i A corn-hog meeting was held at the city hall last Thursday even-. ing, with a large attendance. » — Couple Married Here. Francis Suer, Fort Dodge, and Margaret Buebsch, Humboldt, were married by Justice H. B. White at his office Saturday evening. . ture, Se-th Parker in Way Back Home, at the high school auditorium next Monday evening at 7:30 and at 9 o'clock. Admission is 15c and 25c. Daughter for Former Pastor— Friends here received announcement of the birth last week Tues- dayof a 7-Jb. daughter, Marjorie La Nelle, to the Rev. and Mrs. Harvey, former pastor and wife here. The Harveys have one other child, a son. Blanche J' nks Uncle Dies- Mrs. Blanche Jenks and Mrs. Hazel Jenk^, Bancroft, and Kermit went to Yale Sunday to attend the funeral of the former's uncle, S. G. Wiegle. who was 85 years old and had been ailing for some time. Grades Have Gym Party— The seventh and eighth grades had a pnrtv in the gymnasium last week Wednesday evening-, the result of a siipllinor contest in each •grade in wlnVii the losing sides had to entertain the winners. NPW Trains on \orthwestern— The first of this week the Northwestern nut on trains so that there are again dailv connections between here and Minneapolis. Other Tedynrd "News. The Fred Darnells, Chester and Berton Johnsons. August Buschs, find the Martin Gabels and Belle Anderson wore truest*; at a card nartv _ at James Hilferty's Fri- dav nitrht. Mr. and Mrs. William Oelbaus nnd Anenst r.^l'hniiq. pll of Hnb- 'bard, spent the week-end at the August GPlhnus lionio. Mrs. August, fiplhfins is critiffU'Iv ill. Tho Methodist. Aid meets Thursday in tin* phiirch basement for a roverpcl-iliali lunclieon, the committee furnishing coffee and sandwiches. Mrs. Fred Dorsey and dautrhter, Mrs. D. A. Carpenter and Opal Dorsey visited Mrs. Lawrence Gilles- Sitting on Top of the World! Trade is booming. Tihe gran'children are all well and happy. The wife and I have not had a fight so far this year. 'Debts all paid and new spring goods arriving every day. Upstairs is full and the basement is loaded, but we are selling double what we did last year, so I should worry. We need morel room, and as soon as the frost goes out I am going to build 40 feet more on the back. Then we will :have a real store, where people can come and enjoy themselves, bring their lunch, and make a day of it. Have a duck dinner, they bring the ducks. Our January sale went over big. Men's overcoats at $5.55 will be all sold this week. Sweaters and blazers are selling like hot cakes, overcoats and jackets are selling too fast. I wish they would let up on overalls and buy pants. Pants are the only thing that is slow around tihis store. We have sold lots of _ pants, but still have on hand by actual count 487 pairs. I mean men's pants. They are all custom made, full cut, late styles, corduroys, Hungarian cloth, moleskins, and worsteds. I want to close! them out, so am putting them in two lots. LOT 1— Your choice of all the best ones LOT 2- -Your choice of the poorest ones 8»c We have all sizes and they are the biggest bargains ever offered in Kossuth county. They have gotten on my nerves and I am making these low prices to clean them out. 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