Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1934 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 15, 1934
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ffAQBTWO fidtttiTt ABVANcm AlAOMA* IOWA Specials Old Settler nfl^SSPa^es at LuVerne Week End Specials {Tomatoes, 2 No. 2 cans Peaberry Coffee, pound jCorn, 2 No. 2 cans Frute-Gel., asst. flavors, pkg. — Sweet Prunes, email pits, 4 Ibs. Crackers, 2 Ib. box Hed Kidney Beans, 2 cans Don Chile Powder, Teg. 15c can jClabber Girl Baking jpowder, 2 Ib. can — Good and cheap Matches, 3 boxes — iWalter Bakers Chocolate, 1-2 Ib. cake — Rolled Oats, 9-lb. bag Silver Leaf Soap Flakes, 5 Ib. box Sardines in oil, 16 cans Salmon, 2 tall cans Tea, Green, 1-2 Ib. bag 17c 17 1 / 2 c 15c 5c 32c 22c 15c lOc 25c 13c 21 c 27c 29c 25c 25c 15c LONG ILLNESS IS ENDED FOR WM, B, MASON is what a woman asks for when buying salt J& Italy. Here in America, 2/3 of all women ask for Morton's because— WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS married «o6ti, / George Anderson, Chicago, and Poker Heated White Hot Lu Verne, Feb. <13—William B Mason died Saturday following sev- •tnl months heart disease and com- ilio.itlons. Mr. Mason, was born tit South Grovo, DeKalb county, 111., Septem<i, IS60. and was past 73 at lrn,th. Ho came to Wright county youns manhood, and was there married Septmber 16, 18S5, to Ida ratterson, of Gait. Five children were born, four oC whom are living. The family moved to Lu Verno in July, 1SS8, and Mrs. Mason died threo years ago. Surviving: children are Mrs. Veri Thompson, Lodyaaxl; Raymond, of Fairmont; Edward, of Chai-les City; and Mrs. Leona Zweifel, of Corwlth. There survive also Lottio and Jcnnlo Mason, nieces who had lived with him, many yciars. There are 13 grandchildren. Mr. Mason wlas a chtoter member and elder of the Lu Verne Presbyterian church, and he always took an active part in church work. His manner of Christian living and his faithfulness ito church and community won for him a place hlg-h in 1-he esteem of <a. wide circle of relatives Land friends. Funeral services were, held Mon- daya tthe home ;md the Presbyterian church the Ko.v. A. n. Ho'ldie. of Thompson, former pastor 'here, officiating-, 'assisted by the Rev. Mr. Rust, Corwlth, the Rev. S. M. Glod- stnro. Lq<ic> Rock, end the Rav. S. H. Aton, Burt. Music -was furnished by a quaa-~ tc-tte, Mra. Lee Lichty, Phyllis Lichty. S. F. r-hilllps, and Paul P.lu- mer, accompanied by Miss Leoria Ramus. Pallbearers were the two 1 .sons, the two sons-in-law, and Milton Thompson and Lawrence Mason, tho two oldest grandsons. Among persons from out of town attending 1 tho services were the Thompsons, Ledyard; the Zweifele, Convitli, Raymond Mason, Fair- t'nont, tho Edward Masons,. Charles City; Mr. 'and Mrs. Milton Thompson, Sioux City; Mrs. John White and Mrs John fcweiCel, Roi-hM'6", Minn., the Rev. and Mrs. Ira G-. Halvovson, Goldfield; the Ernest Grlebels and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rasmussen, Remvlok, the Tom Ma- teons, Clarion; Edw. Patterson, Mason City; ,ioo and George Patte'-son COUNTY GIRLS TILTS AT LEDYARD TONIGHT brother flBlmer, OUrksrille, visited tlie parental O«a Andersons last week Monday. , , iCHtford Jenkg returned last week Wednesday to his .work in Minnesota after several days with his mother. The last card party to ibe held before lent in the Sacred Heart church basement was last ThtifB- day night. Mrs. George Jacobson, Matta- wftft, Minft., i»«Ht Jtet and m*W With fa* 0«8 Attder* sorts. ', ' The teon Wordens vkitftd teia- itwss at Dows and the »«Vi ««* veys, Rowan, orer the iweek-«ftd. Ckralcl Warner was home from a reforestation camp near (Bldora over the weekend, Mrs. Albert Barnes spent last week "WednesdayWith her mother at Armstrong. ...^ Milton Laab, Wlnnebago, Minn., spent last week Tuesday at D. A, tJarpenter'«. Aivin carpenter visited from last Thursday until at Laabs, Winncl> ag o Sunday With the D. A. CaY n ' n » L, A. Nits was in Iow a week Wednesday. ail > YES SIR! OPPORTUNITY knocks. You can still ge t . 2fld tire to 41.00 at Gamble..'- liat price for the first tire ami it] mote makes 'botti front wheels skid—safe from Wow-outs. Ledyard, Feb. 13—The first and second 'boys' basketball teams defeated (Lakota there last week Tuesday, the first team, 41-19, and the second, 11-8. Friday evening the Ledyard boys and girls were defeated toy Lone Rock, the girls 24-18. The boye' game was close, with first one /team and then the other taking the lead. Lone Rock won 21-19 with a basket in the last few seconds of play. This game tied (Lone Rock and Ledyard for the lead in the conference and the "Lone Rock girls are tied with Seneca. These ties are to be played off Thursday at Algona. The girls' basketball tournament opens (here Friday evening at 7 o'clock, and the opening game will be between Ledyard and Lone Rock. Declamatory Winners Nnnted— The senior high elimination declamatory contest was held last Thursday evening. The following students won places: oratorical, Kenneth Thompson, first, Glen Reece, second; dramatics, Lyla Hamm, first, Lois Wilson, second; humorous, Jas. Logan, first; Edith [Logan, second. Judges were Supt. and Mrs. Weir, and Miss Eighme, all of Burt. The band furnished music for the contest. —Courtesy Des Moln.es Register. T HIS POKiBR, HEATER WHITEHOT, was used to terrorize the Robinsons, and is here (being examined by L. H. 'Robinson, their son, who found it still in the firebox of the stove next morning. The white appearance at the end is an indication of the heat to which it was subjected. BIERSTEDTS, LONE ROCK, 35 YRS, WED Uone Rock, Feb. 13—Mr. and Mrs. E. C. CBierstedt celebrated their 3&tlh Gait; Mrs. Paul Emrie, Humboldlt; anil others from CVwwith and yard, Declamatory Winners Named— In a declamatory contest Thurs day evening Vengeance is Mine Richard Niver, and Lincoln, Man Called of God, Edward Lindebaike were awarded first and second plac es respectivey in the oratoricti class; Submerged, Vernon Lang, and Lilac Time, Armtntha Johnson, in !th dramatic class; Open. "Wide : j lease, Evan Lichty, and My Con .our' Tis oE Thee, Maxine Sidney n the humorous class. Riehari Vernon, and Evan will represen Lu Verne 'in a sub-county conies lat Algona February 27. Mrs. Wai tor Middleton, Emmetsburg wa critic judge. The girls' glee clu sang In the Time of Roses and Brahm's Lullaby between classes. Ills Coming! Burt, In honor of the son Melvin's birthday, Little Boy Has Operation— 'Frederic, small son of Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough, "had an operation for an abcess behind one of ihis ears last week Tuesday. The family is at Fred Genridh'sj. Hatohery Meeting Held Here— A county hatcherymen's meeting was 'held here Friday evening at the bank. Ten ihatdheries were repre- was dis- „ „ last Thursday, seized. The code question nd the following took dinner and. cussed, urprised them: the Fred Carters, Ranny — s, Mrs. Walter Sor- Other LOH6 KOCK. nson, Henry Schroedens, Henry The Mite society met 3ast Thurs- Henry Ewoldt, and 'his family, Ithe day wth Mr* N. L. Cotton, Mrs. W. Peter Kollasches, Mrs. Richmond, J, Cotton assisting. Mrs. "Cotton Mr. and Mrs. William Koestler, the read scripture, which was followed Arthur 'Bierstedts, Mr. and Mrs. Ot- by handing in contribution cards, o Laabs, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Han- Games were played, and Doris San- la, and the Raymond Blerstedts. dera gave a reading. The next jneet- An'ott.'her surprise party in the even- ing will be, -with Mrs.. S. M. Glading included the William Slgsbees, | stone. Shower Honors Opal Dorsey— A miscellaneous shower was given at Mrs. D. A. Carpenter's Saturday for Opal Dorsey, who is to be married to William Knoner. Nearly 80 guests attended, and were entertained by a short program: Henrietta O'Keefe and Alvira Halvorson, piano duet; Edith Logan, reading, The School Program. The honoree received many gifts. . Talking Picture Draws Crowd—' The talking picture featuring Seth Parker in Way Back Home, which was given in the high school auditorium last week Monday evening, was well attended. This .picture was sponsored by the athletic and literary boards of the Purple and Gold association. School Inspector Calls Here—The state school inspector, a Mr. Griffith, was here last week Tuesday, accompanied by County Supt. Shirley and a Mr. Cram, of the I. S. T. C. Extension Department, Cedar -Falls, who visited the grades and explained the use and value of the dictionary. Mrs. Thompson loses Father—= •Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson went to 'Lu Verne Friday evening the Samuel Warners, the Fred and Quests at A. D. Newbrbugh's a Robert Wegenera, the Raymond we eik ago Sunday were. Mrs. Cora Bierstert the Walter Sorensons, Terwilliger, daughter (B«ulah, Mrs, William and Elmer Oswald, Carrie j_ jjall, her eon Bobby, Mrs. Ernest and Dora Eiei-stedt, Mrs. Norman Terwilliger, daughter Helen, Mrs. Barton, Mrs. William Bierstedt and [ Esther Cron-k, daughter Marjorie, her family, and G-ladys Bierstedrt. Winners in Declam Picked- A cold wave is on the way. Be prepared for it by using good coal. Our coals are leaders in their class, and they are led by that famous PEERLESS coal. Call us for a load today. Botsford Lumber Company Home of Peerless Coal. FOR SERVICE Club Studies the Vramn— Drama was studied by the Progressive Woman's club Friday, Mrs. Ray Stone hostess. Thirteen members responded to roll call by naming favorite plays. Mrs. Laura Zwiefel read a paper on lowans In Drama, and Mrs. Wilma Mosher dealt wit'h Why Our Club should Play. Mrs. Harold Phillips and Mrs. IP. C. Lichty presented a playette, The Deacon's Proposal. Rcnvrick Pair 50 Years Wed— The John Brinks, the William ixinH.s fdin'.ly UK- W. P. Godt'-eys. the F. I, Chapmans, the Wilson Leglers, and C. H. Lichty attended the iirtth WiHldi.'ig iii niversary ot Mr. and Mrs. George Stoddard at Renwick Sunday afternoon. Readings, (talks, and music were given. An oc- caisional chair was presented to the couple. Club Serves Oyster Supper— Tho <5«od Will club held Its annual oyster supper at the city 'hall •a week ago Friday nighit, 90 persona attending, including families of members. A quilt was awarded to Mrs. Charles Hiixtg. of Humboldt. The Ira New- broughs were also ithere. , Chester Simpson was brought A high school declamatory con- L ome SundaVi foU owing five weeks test was held in the school auditor- 1 ± an Algona hos pi,tai, where he ium last week Tuesday evening, «nd, had an append j oltls operation. John winners were: oratorical—Dorothy I Newbrough was brouga t home late* Dacken, Bernard Rellly; dramatic. k Monday following a hernia Phillip Rellly, Coila Jane Hol » stel " Lperation •humorous, Kathryn Stebritz, Shtr-' ley Marlow. Others participaittig were Grace Newbrough, Ruby Cher- sna'". « land. Robert Gl^stoN, Marguret vWt. w,, parents Mr and Mrs Mr. and Mris. Edwin Hawk, Par- D., arrived Saturday to to see Mrs. Thompson's father W. B. Mason, who was critically ill. He died Saturday morning, and funeral services were held Monday afternoon. Mrs. McAninch in Hospital- Friends here will 'be sorry to tear that Mrs. Merle McAninch, a brmer resident here, now of (Eolfe, s a patient at the University hospital, Iowa City. She has a bad curvature of the spine. School Children Vaccinated— Nearly all the school children have been vaccinated for small pox. [Rose Wilcox, a high school Gladstone, Dorothy Burt, and 6 al- C har |f Ha -wks, and in the a£tei-noon ly AVMtehlll. The fifth and sixth '"^ Melvin Hawks family, Mrs. E gl-ade pupils furnished music, Mrs. N. Hawks, Jessie Stebrite, and the OBurtltenvonth, West .Bend, served aa Matter's daughter Kathryn were critic judge. Winners at Fenton, tnere - Soneca, and Lone Rock will compete Dorothy Macumber, student ait a soon at Fenton. Fort Dodge business college, spent from last Thursday till Sunday at Auxiliary Has Bonofit, Party— Ithe parental F. A. Macumber's. The Legion Auxiliary held a bem- Clarence Macumber, in camp at Le- neflit card party last Thursday even- high, was here. ing, and ihigh prizes at bridge went From here attending a county to Neva Thompson and R. Thkwnp- auxiliary meeting at Fenton last son, low to Mr. and Mrs. L. E. God- week Tuesday were Mrs. Ralph frey. The high prizes at 500 were Thompson, Mrs. W. G. Flaig, won by Mrs. G. A. Sharp and H. W, Flaig, and Mrs. John Sprank. Johnson; low by William. O'Donnell Gladys Stebritz returned last Sr. and Mrs. R. L. Padget. week Tuesday to her studies alt itihe Hamilton business college, MaSon Budget for Children Urged— City,, after a vacation at the Mrs. The Mother's club met last week E. M. Hawks home. Wednesday with Mrs. Frank Flaig, The Legion Auxiliary met Friday Mrs. Harry Hobson assisting. Scrip- j with Mrs. R. L. Padgett, and con- ture was read by Mns, Flaig, follow- Enjoy the smartness of Suits and Coats that are Dry Cleaned Careful dry cleaning restores brilliance to the fabric. Intelligent pressing restores the style lines of beauty. We Call For and Deliver. Modern DRY CLEANERS Phone 537. REMEDY REMOVES CAUSE OF STOMACH GAS Most stomach GAS is due tc bowel poisons. For quick relie use Adlerika. One dose cleans ou feody wastes, tones up your system brings sound sleep.—IB. W. Lusby -J1 ~ Vrcsiiers Win Two Meets— The high school wrestlers defeated ilmoro City, 36-10, last week Monay night at Gilmore City, and de- eated Forest City, 32-0, last week Vednesday nighit here. "cmetery Association Meets— Grace Lichty was hostess to the Cemetery association last Thursday, nd there was a large attendance. The 'Martin meting will be held at Mrs. Wm. 'Baddeley's. Roy \Vadlcigh Has Operation— Friends of Roy Wadleigh 'have received word that 'he is recovering rom an operation for the remtoval of his appendix at a hospital at Danville, 111. Other Lu Verne News. Mrs. Austin Burtis entertained ,ast week Monday evening ait three tabled of bridge, Hazel Leupold winning tho high score. Mrs. Ardiie Sanford second, and Mils. Adam Zweifel, low. The Grant Jennings family went to Boone Sunday, and Mrs. Jennings remained for a few days to take care of Jerome Jennings, wtho has been sick. Mre. John White, Mrs. John Zwc-1 fel, and the hitter's son John arrived Sunday from Rochester to at tend the W. B. Mason funeral. Mr, and Mrs. Gerhart Wills arc parents of a daughter, their first child, born last week Tuesday at a Fort Dodge hospital. J. L. Lichty, Harold, Sorensen, one Archie Sanford attended conven •tions at Des Moines last week. William and Alvin Jr. Hardcop and Alberta Franz have been hav Ing the mumps. Jean Potter, Renwick, spent las week with her sister, Mrs. D. C Casitleman. ed by the Lord's prayer, and roll call was answered with with historical facts. Mrs. Harold Jones gave a paper on The Child Should Have a Budget. urprlse for Mrs. AcUarman— A surprise birthday partly was glv- n Friday evening in honor of Mrs. ''orol'ine Ackarman at her home, 'aixis were played, and the high rize went to Mrs. John Sprank, low o Jesse Marlow. From here attend- ng were the John Sprank, James and Frank. Flaig fami- es. Eight Attend CooUlngr School— Frim here attending the Advan- cooking school at Algona last KmoxvJlle 'hospital for a carnival. The Emil Krafts to4 as Sunday guests, Mr, amd Mrs. R. G. chardt, East Chain and Mr, Bor- and student, is quarantined for it. Other Ledyard News. The Methodist Aid met last Thursday in the church basement, and the -hostesses, the Mesdames H. D. Mayne, Blance Jenks, and Geo. Moulton furnished sandwiches and. coffee. Others brought covered dishes. Le Roy Anderson, Radcliffe, and son came Saturday night, and Mrs. Anderson, who spent 'last week •with her brother, L. W. Wiemer, returned with them Sunday. .Ruth Jones spent the week-end in Algona, (Adelaide "Randall at Mason City, Juanita Underkofler at Britt, and Genevieve Kitley and Harold Granner at Hardy. The Ed Halvorsons, Chas. Bas- Jiaras, and the Misses Jones and Randall attended a birthday .party at Chester Johnson's last week Tuesday evening. Evelyn Andreson left Sunday to resume her work as a telephone operator in Chicago after a week veeik were Mrs. daughter RaJzlne, ng, Mrs. J. M. er Ersel, Mis. George Pettlit, Mrs. Oscar Ear- Blanohard, dau&h- Harlan Blanchard, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, and Mrs. Alex vrueger. Helen. Jensen Birthday Observed— The E. M. Jensens entertained at i birthday dinner Sunday in (honor of their daughter Helen. Attending. Mrs. H. M. Osher, Mr. and Mrs. A. tl. Henningsen, daughter Doris, Elizabeth Jensen, all of Graettinger. Miss Jensen remained for a week's visit. Mite Society Will Serve— The Mite society will serve a Jitney Colonial dinner next week Wednesday in the basement of the church. A display of antiques will also bo (held in conjunction with a dinner from 11:30 on. Mrs. Otto Borchardt, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Johnson, Manly, were Sunday guests of the Watson Snicks. Mrs. Johnson is a niece of Mrs. Snick, Mrs. M. E. Blanchard and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blanchard, Irvington, were (here last Thursday. They used to live here. Esther Godden had as Sunday dinner guesta Hattie Warda, Clifford Bchroeder, and Warren RJngs- dorf, all of Burt. The James Acikarmans, Anna Flaig, and Joha Sprank Jr. were Sunday guests at G. J. Burt's, near Armstrong. Two country students wrote 8|th grade county examiniations at the local school home a week ago Friday. with her parents. Helen Jensen, Buffalo Center, will replace Opal Dorsey at D. A. Carpenter's. Miss Dorsey is to he WANTEID—OLD SPlAlRK PLUGS— 8c each allowed in sets of 4 or 6 on new Tiger plugs at 29c ea. exch. Rebuilt generators, $2.98 and up exch. (Piston rings, lOc ea. Tail! light bulbs, ea. 3c. 13-plate battery, $3.19.—Gamble Stores. 41-22 Sules Are Well Attended— A large number attended the Albert Bierstedt estate sale last week Wednesday, also the community isale here Friday, and everything sold at fair prices. These sales were advertised In the Advance. Herviu Baullug Has Birthday— Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt, Roberta Davison, and the L. R. Rodericks were Sunday evening din- Mr, and Mre. H. S. Morgan, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W- G. Flaig. The Arnold McFarlands were Sunday guests at his father, Wlliam McFarland's, Bancroft. The Charles Clements, Algona, were Sunday evening visitors at J. M. Blanehard's. The Edward Dehnerts, Lu Verne, were Sunday dinner guests of the R L. Padgetts. The Andrew Thomsens were Suiv- day guests of the Knud Thomsens, KingBted. Bble, study was 'held last week Wednesday evening with Mrs. A. A. Krueger. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rice were Sunday callers ait F. F, Frost's, Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Walsch have a 0% Ib. girl, born last week Tuesday. LONG'SFOODSHOP Meats and Groceries SHOP AT LONG'S Eight Now Prices Lipton's Japan Tea, 1-2 Ib. package S7c Another 1-2 Ib. package Ic -*Fenton Cars Collide. Fenton, Feb. 13—The Elmer Krause and Earl Wallace ears collided on a concrete 'bridge just east of Fenton Sunday. Tbe cars are ui*v«io .,vivj uu»vuv^ f Yv>."i O vuj>- up for repairs, but the drivers es- ner guests of the Frank Bahlinge, leaped with, a few cuts and bruises. A whole pound tea only 88c Old Dutch Cleanser, can _9c K. C. Baking Powder, per 25 oz. can ,_22c Banner Quick Oats, large box ___ Laundry Soap, 10 bars 19c Toilet Paper, extra good quality gc We are still selling Long's Home Hamburger and Sausage at lOc per Ib, Get your fill before it goes up. Bring Us Your Eggs, New Deal - In Interest Rates From and after March 1st the interest rate on all notes held by this bank and bearing 8 per cent interest rate will be reduced to 7 per cent. This lower rate will apply to all new loans made after March 1st and that would have drawn an 8 per cent rate. This is in keeping with the policy of this bank to give its customers the best possible banking service. Iowa State Bank Algona, Iowa Member Federal Reserve System You Have Seen Miss Looney K C Baking Powder in the <£<roniji use Cooking School. She explained its high quality and the economy in using K C in your baking. Owing to fo great leavening strength a smaller amount of K C is used per recipe than of high priced brands. **"*"- -^'^. Use the DOUBLE-TESTED t DOUBLE-ACTION 25 Ounces for 25c SAME PRICE 42 Years Ago try it in your favorite recipe a* instructed ty the demonstrator, You will find there is none. better -*- purer — more efficient, BOUNCES ft MILLIONS QF POUNDS U«ED BY OUR • GET THE KC COOK BOOK F It contain! nu>re than 90 tested recipe*. J3ncWe4c in Mtatnpg to coyer pwtajje ana packing mid get espy foel ADDRESS CO .,

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