Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 8, 1934 · Page 10
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lAGE TWO K08SUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA HE. JTHtftSDAY. HOOSIER CHIEF OF STATE APES MR, ROOSEVELT Wesley, Feb. 6—<Under date of tflebruary 1, Olenn M. Giddings, Wesley boy who is a professor of physics at De Pauw university, Greencastle, Ind., writes: I have just come from hearing 1 Grant Declaimers Holding Annual Preliminary Tilts •n address by the governor of th 4state, Paul V. MoNutt, who has as numed much the same sort of pow «r in the government of Indiana a "President Roosevelt has assumec "nationally. He has a fine appear ance, and delivered a powerful ad dress, but ... I think I see dis *repancies between what he say »nd what he does. At noon I an to be Professor Smith's guest at a luncheon of business and professional men, after which I shall Siear the_ governor again. Before his election to the governorship he was dean of the Law School of Indiana university. It is said that tois parents raised him to be president, and it is freely predicted by tois friends that Indiana will sometime he called upon to give him to the nation . . . The governor gave another strong address, largely in defense t)f his policies, but very interesting. He is certainly a different type of man from other governors I have «een — two or three in "Wisconsin. Possibly you have noticed by the papers that John Dillinger and three of his companions have been re-arrested in Tucson, Ariz. They are the ones who robbed the Greencastle bank last fall, and who *ave many robberies and several murders to their "credit" since they escaped from prison early in •the fall. Methodist W. F. M. S. Meets Friday Ten members attended a meeting of the Methodist W. 'F. M. S. at the parsonage Friday afternoon. The (president, Mrs. Ostercamp, presided, the Rev. Mr. McNulty led devotions, and the lesson. Grant Twp,, Feb. 6—Preliminar declamatory contests will be hel< at the Grant school this week, th oratorical! and humorous contest ants speaking Wednesday evening the dramatic division Thursda evening. The four students placing highest in each class will speak a the annual home contest next Mon day evening. Inter-class competi tion is sponsored again this year and the class in high school winning the largest number of points will have its name engraved on a declamatory plaque. Twenty-two students are participating: Oratorical—Arnold Boever, Norman Boever, Charles Curtis, Marjorie Johnson, Eileen Kollasch, Ruben 'Pedersen, Soren Pedersen, Alvin Richardson. Dramatic—Marjorie Barger, Helen Briggs, Glennice Funderburk, tfary Ellen McDonald, Marjorie Mino, Muriel Payne, Violet Selberg, Margaret Wolcott. «ommittee met at Monday afternoon. Mrs. Hutchinson gave Mystery box questions •were answered. A committee was appointed consisting of the Mesdames McNulty, Carl Hansen, and Joan Amesbury, who, working with ithe president, will plan a public to be held in April. The Mrs. McNulty's . - Mrs. McNulty, who had been designated to look after the sending of a v book to a missionary, will mail The House in tJherry Street to a girlhood ohum «f hers, Miss Blanche Blair, Seoul, Korea. _ Mrs. Henry Phillips Joined the society at Friday's meeting, it is planned to meet next time with Mrs. 'Raymond Hansen. Wews of the Studer Family- Ed iStuder, Excelsior, Minn, accompanied by his son Jerome, came Saturday and is visiting Ed's parents, ; the Nathan Studers, and other Homorous—.Donald 'Barger, Edna farrow, George Patterson, Florence Patterson, Irene Read, Lemuel Read. There will be no admission, harge for the first two contests, )Ut for the final prices will be lOc nd 20c or 40c for a family. Surprise Honors Violet Selberg— Mrs. Henry Selberg was hostess to 30 young people at a surprise birthday party in honor of her daughter Violet Friday evening. Guests were members of the Young People's organization of the Reformed church, Ledyard, who held a regular meeting. A group of Grant young people aLso attended. F. B. Women Meet Tomorrow— The Farm Bureau women will hold an aill-day meeting at Mrs. Home Laundry Problems, and Leason 4, Acquiring a Comfortable Corn-Hog- Meetings Held— FUNERAL IS HELD FRIDAY II T j\[ GOVERNOR Ledyard, Feb. 6— (Funeral servi- -- engs e— , . — An information corn-hog meeting ces were held last Friday for James was held at the schoolhouse last Mayne, 80, who died at the home of day was contract-signing day. Other Grant News. Mayne was born February 6, . W. Hammond's home. Mr. Locke 1853, at Ogdensburg, in St. Law- (rence county, N. Y., the son o nd Jane McBroom whom were horn in New Em'burg Water Tank Gets Workout A new water tower like Algona'9 was recently completed at 'Emmets- iburg, and last week Tuesday 250,000 gallons of water was pumped into it as a test. A cleaning fluid was mixed with the water, and the water was drained out next day. A few leaks were found. On one sid •of the tank 'lEmmetsburg" will b painted in letters four feet hig and two feet wide. iere, the first -team winning; and the second team, 36*6. d maintains the conference dth eight victories and one •V Gelhaus, who has been ill> improved. Corn-ltosr Meet Packed- Last week Monday night . . . vas janitor of the Grant school for Ireland - He • was one of 16 chil a number of years. dren, 14 of whom lived to manhood ~- «* jwt*io. u*%*u, AT VA wiium iivea to mannoo Mrs. Mable Mino and Mrs. Har- and womanhood. He was baptize< old Waterbury are entertaining the in the Presbyterian church as a Jrant Aid this week Wednesday at child. After the death of his mother inl h !L Mmo home. „„«.,„ w J1I8 IIlol , I1Br „ The George Dunns, Bancroft, 1863 the family moved to Mendota ave moved to the farm in Grant HI., and there he grew to manhood He was married to Mary L. Smith acated by the Ira Christies. Wilma Speioher entertained a February 14, 1877, at Sublettf arge group of friends at a party and lived near La Maille for aturdav eveniner. vpjira flionno .„,„,.;„_ ^. aturday evening. two years, thence moving to West Delhert Hunt's Friday, and a covered dish luncheon will be served •Mrs. Muriel Leaverton, will present Lesson 3, at noon. H. 'D. A., „ „,— u .. 6 . ,j ^M.. o, fiicnuc moving 10 wes' Mae Hansen, Oilman, Wis., spent Brooklyn, 111., where they lived un- ast week at CErvin (Link's. til 1892, when they moved .to Ban- 2 » . :£;7 croft. He moved to his present AUtOS in Crash h ° me north of Ledyard in 1899. His in death Sep- on Algona Street temper 10,1915. lm I 'He is survived by four children, 4 -— M. P. Weaver and E. A. Gen- Mrs. Emma Hartshorn, Swea City rich cars collided at the corner of Joseph and Howard, Ledyard- and' Wooster and Elm streets last Roscoe, Armstrong; and an adopted Thursday morning, and both were daughter, Mrs. Ruth Vander Mei damaged. Mr. Weaver was driving -Maurice; 17 grandchildren and one north, Mrs. Genrich west, and great-grandchild; also two sisters neither saw the other till Just be- and two brothers: Mrs. Sarah fore the crash. The Genrich car Graves, Pasadena, Calif.-Mrs Eliz- . hit the side of the Weaver Chrysler car, ruining a door, running board, and front fender. Glass in the, door was broken, but Mr. Weaver suffered no cuts, though he was thrown forward and his right ~.,*. u ,,n ..u. ..M.I.V! anu jua nguL i»j-io. \j-eutiiL vanaer thumb was thrown out of joint and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. his left shoulder was also sore several days where it struck the side of the car. The Genrich car engine was knocked off of the frame. first, Delores Hauptman, second- humorous, Maurice DeBoer, first, Lawrence Goetz, second. The three judges were from Britt. Eighty-Fifth Birthday Observed- Willie Hansen, a mile south of Sexton, observed his 85th birthday anniversary Monday, and old 1 friends of his wife here, including the Mesdames Peter, Jorgen, and Esther Skow, cailled upon him in with , They will visit Ed's sis- relatives. ter, Mrs. iRitschmeier, Iowa Falls spending about a week in all. Mrs' Ritschmeier, her cousin, Peter Studer and her children Clara, Marie, and Maurice, came last week Tuesday evening and attended the Ludwig funeral at 'St. -Benedict the following day. They returned home Wednesday evening. Peter is a son •of the ilate Nick Studer. Surprise for 1,7 P. Oleson— The weekly Congregational Bible Study class was iheld at L. P Oleson's last week Thursday afternoon, and his niece and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson cleverly turned the affair into a surprise for Mr. Oleson, the day being his birthday. Mr. Oleson's sister, Mrs. Ed Peterson, Britt her fcusband, and Mr. Oleson's son, Immanuel, also Britt, had been quiet , the afternoon. A son lives Mr. Hansen, on the latter's farm. Young Men Dance Hosts- James and Joseph Ormsby own. gave y ae a dance party for 30 or 40 friends at the lodge hall Jast Thursday evening. James furnished the music himself; and the boys thus paid their social obligations. IVesleyans lose to Academy— The Wesley girls and boys' basketball teams were beaten .by St Cecelia's teams at Algona last week Tuesday evening; the scores being respectively, 16-14, and 17-15. CAVA Class is Increased— The number of adult students here (has increased to 30, and the classes are doing well. Other Wesley News. The name of Mrs. Elizabeth Matern was unintentionally omitted) from the list of near relatives aside from the immediate family, who were guests at the Anton Goetz golden wedding dinner (last week Monday. Thirty-six persons partook of the three-course meal, and decorations and accessories were in keeping with the occasion. James Lloyd, a grandson, read an original poem. (Regular services will ibe held at the Methodist church next Sunday The Sexton Aid will Wesley parsonage meet at the next week Thursday. The Sexton Aid will hold a farewell party at the Sexton church next week Friday for members who are moving away. _Pive pupils in the Center school Dist. _No. 6, took the eighth grade examination at Algona Friday Burton and Millie Hansen, Milford Irene Johnson and Ethel Mesdames Paul Erdman, Wilbur Fisher,_ and Oliver Young Hlibert, Flom. The • - 1 — —-- "• f AUA. u« j^JtAtj— abeth Dory, Homestead, OMa.; Gilmer, Cristoon; and IL. H. Mayne, Emmetsburg. Out-of-town relatives who attended the ifuneral were: Mr. and Mrs. Genett Vander Mei, Maurice, - j. L. H. Mayne, Emmetsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Gilmer Mayne, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mayne, and Mrs. Etta Van Vleet, all of Creston; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Carutn, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Caruth, and Mrs. Zan Slade. Ellsworth; Mr. and Mrs. Foster and Wesley Coudle, Winnebago, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clapp, Mr. and Mrs. M. Doyle, Mrs. Nona Bushy 'Sioux Rapids; and Miss Darlene Huntly, Elmore. (Funeral services were conducted Friday afternoon in the Ledyard! Metodist church, the (Rev. !F. O Johnson officiating, and the body .^.J^' 0 ; 3 ^ Bailie, 111., for wife. The four; -_ — brother, L. H Mayne, and wife accompanied the •body. Pallbearers were 'Lark Reynolds, Wm. Payne, E. A. Junkermeier, Herman Goetz, N. A. Pingle and Everett Hartshorn. Attend Schoolmasters' Meeting TTMr - and Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen. Harold Granner, and Genevieve Kitley attended a schoolmasters meeting at Algona last week Monday evening. Drawings were made lor the boys and .girls tournaments. The girls' tuornament will be held here February 16 and 17 The first game is Friday night at 7 with Lone Rock vs. Ledyard; at 8, ILakota and Wesley; at 9, Seneca and Lu Verne. Whittemore drew a bye. Semi-finals .begin at 2 p. m •burial beside his children and his "Old Friends in Get-Together— The Jit. Rev. Abbot Philip Ruggle, of the Benedictine Fathers ononastry, Conception, Mo., accompanied Father Fidelis Goetz when Father Goetz attended his parents' golden wedding here last week Monday. He was Nathan .Studer's pastor at Springfield, Mo.. 3S years ago. and foe called upon Mr. Studer in the afternoon. Mr. IStuder says the hour spant in this visit was the pleasantest of his life. Boys Win But Girls Lose— The Wesley boys and girls basketball teams played Thompson. Friday evennig, and the former won 23-16, but the latter last! fv Y e m Wl!1JpIay at |LU Ve ™e this week Tuesday evening and against St. John's at Bancroft this -week Friday evening. The boys second team lost 26-24 in the invitation tournament at Titonka last Thursday evening. Twelve in Declam Contest— ^B^^ 6 .. Were 12 P arti «Pants in the declamatory contest held at Klein- Peter's hall last Thursday evening Winners were: Oratorical, i va Mae Sndf^ ma iriour ne s HOW¥E^OMANLOST 20 PODNIK OF FAT LOST HER PROMINENT HIPS DOUBLE CHMf. SLUGGISHNESS Gained Physical Vigor If you're fat—first remove the cause. KS£^ 'sA^fnTSs ol hot water every morning — in 3 weeks get on the scales and note ishTd many P ° UJldS ° f fat have van ' . Not - ice also that you have gained in energy—your skin is clearer— you feel vnnn,,ov j n body —KRU- It Will Pay <tamfu Cooking School It Is Being Condisct©^ For Yoar Benefit [ Miss Gladys Looney will give you valuaole information on home economics and the products she uses in her work. ^ Be sure and notice her demonstrations using the economical and efficient 25 Ounces for SAME as f ib0ttle of from E. W. Lusby or any anywhere in Weeks) ' If t fai s conyinc.e you The demonstrator Will show you how in using this double- tested—double-action baking powder you get Fine Texture and Large Volume in your bale- ings —why K C is economical and efficient, requiring only one Zevel teaspoonful to a cup of flour. It is not necessary to Pay high prices for baking powder to get best results. Afterseeingthedemonstratic is use KC in the same way in your own home. Give it the oven test and judge by results. TODAY by Our Cfeversam Saturday and the finals will follow In the ihoys' tournament to be hel at Algona February 22, 23, 24, an 26, the Ledyard team drew a by for the first night, and at 8 p. m Friday they play Seneca. Senior High Declam Tonighfr- The senior high declamatory con test will be held this week Thurs day evening in the high schoo auditorium. Following are the con testants and their selections: ora torical—The Black Horse and His, Rider, Glen iReece; Essau, American Patrol Saint, Kenneth Thompson; dramatic—The Crimson Rambler, Cleo Gabel; The Lady of the Forget-Me-Nots, Alice Hagge; Syes, iLyla Hamm; The Littlesl label, Evelyn Mayne; Scratch The Newsboy's Dog, Lois Wilson; humorous—The School Program, Edith Logan; Trials of a Vaudeville Manager, James Logan; Easer Ann Rejoices, Lillian Saunders. Games Divided With Elmore— _The local boys, girls, and Junior high basket .ball teams played El- mpre last week Tuesday, each team winning: Junior high, 16-16; girls, 23-22; boys, 39-25. 'Friday night the Fenton first and second .boys' teams 27-17, Ledyard loss. Mrs. Chris Frandsen Dies— •Friends here have received word of the death of Mrs. Chris Frand* son, of Omaha, at the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Laughlin, iDuncombe, January 27, of perni I hog meeting was held in the) school house, and the auditorium was packed. County Agent Bonnstetter was speaker. «. K. Canary's Mother Sick— R. K. Canary left last week Monday for Fairmont to'be with' his a hospital Henrietta O'Keefe a girls aitd their faadej Knoner, attended. Mrs. D. H. Brown the past week with and .Ruth i,» en are 111 »lth ' Jea » ious Jaundice. th cotlt ag. Henry Harris, Wilimar spent the week-end at tile Moulton's. The women are Mr. and Mrs. Ed McG-ufif Rapids, viaited at the are : The Jerry lauriteen Suffers Cut- Jerry, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Marrcl Drew loses Appendix— M ' Drw Wtake toDr J ' ., * was broken, and cut a circle on his-i nnnpii i««t forehead. Dr. Sommers, of Bl- Mavne'q dV more^took eight Pitches in the fe tat one' of ._ „ will be held this week Thursday in Mrs. Mary Tillmoney 7«— the church basement. 1W — Mary Tillmoney celebrated! i .. I L: B> _ Maye . r ' Jac K Lynch, and .Mrs. Edward Halvomon WMlt , Albert iLea Saturday with •, ' from Bbnore. a C01 "" Mrs. D. B. Mayer sewing circl« last night. (Lawrence Mayne has —.. • MrJ Glenn" Yahnke Friday. Mrs. i«ra. raary Tiiimoney celebrated . *•" - 0 ' »*»y«=r, jacK -iiyncn, and her 76th birthday at the home O f August Sprank were in Algona last ler daughter,' Mrs. L. W. Wiemer week Wednesday evening, and th« ast week Monday. Guests were former attended a meeting of he Mesdames Green. Arpke, May- CWA fore ™en. r, and Barrett. ' - Tnr "''«' •"'«' Janice Williams and William Wiemer went to Radcliffe 'Satur_, - - , d ay . the latter's aunt, Mrs. !Le Roy The hoys' basketball second team Anderson, returning with them for articipated in a tournament at Ti-1 a visit. "" l ~ Mr - and Mrs. Eli Boudrye, Gran- B. B. Team Defeats Titonkn— - onka Saturday. They won the . . irst game from Titonka, 28-20, but a da, spent Friday here. Mr Boud- ere defeated in the second game rye helped invoice the stock in the Boudrye y Swea City. & Carpenter hardware ast week Tuesday night to m celebrate his birthday. ' — I f -™ —•-«« WUJA4^JC«ll J t Mrs.) The King's Heralds met with "SHARP STOMACH PAINS , UPSET MY WHOLE SYSTEM Says E. Hentges: «i tried.* bottle (3 weeks treatment) 0 J Emil's Adla Tablets under guarantee. Now the pains are E0 n,l and I eat anything.»_ A . a ft? chardt, Druggist. Bor>l YOUBSFOB SERVICE! Plumbing, Heating Sheet Metal HOLTZBAUER'S TIN SHOP 119 S. Dodge Phone 88 Free Cooking hool at the Bryant School Auditorium Mon., Tues., Wed., Feb. 5-6-7 ow to ENJOY Cooking How to plan meals-to prepare new dishes SKELGAS Learn about and how to save h< We invite you to be our gue Bt s at Advance Cooking School . We want yon mi M of ^/Qlll' rlT]An^Jo &f* nJ-LI^JL 1 I ™ ™^*»Wil tO COlTift 3Tlfi |j%skw> t-*+. * i ing. Whether or not you we nSStedfe Skelgas, you ARE interested in menus, mea^ Plannmg, new dishes and ways to save steps and minutes in the kitchen. kitchen r lot Ld You instantly, " glad * fl : ga8 ' to u°- Every woma « -*<*> o and know about the labor-saving, tu . things that she can use in hei work Every woman wants to know how •urpnsmgly low cost, she can hav^real wnyeniences in hej home, the city make-believe gas but r^l the flame, brings city ' *** BJUSTROM'S ••'*"•*"" fta, 520

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