Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1934 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 15, 1934
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Coupl save money KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. AtXKWA. IOWA THI OINUlNICpMSOUDATiON MILLERS CRIEK famous Per Yvara-"Th* Dealer Knows" Y OU Mv* money when you burn Grenadier—it's over 95% combustible matter,, less than 3% ash. Just about as much all heat as a coal can be! It burns equally well in furnace, grate, heater, or range. Thousands of others already know these things are true. Follow their lead to greater heating satisfaction. Remember, Grenadier is GUARANTEED to satisfy. Order a supply now. INALGONA; iflderson Grain & Goal Co, In Wesley: Kunz Grain Co. White's Grocery WEEK-END SPECIALS Sunkist Oranges- Good size and sweet, dozen __ Coffee- Parker House, OC Jk best ever, lb C9C Sardines-— Salt, 10c sacks, 2 for Salmon—Tall OE«. cans, 2 for jEiOG Nut Meats—Black walnut, English walnut, or pecans, 1-2 lb. bag Fig Bars or Ginger Snaps, 2 Ibs. Navy Beans, OO A 5 Ibs. for C3C Peaches, No. 2 1-2 size, 2 for. Sardines, 4 OA Jitney, 3 for I OC LEONA LEONARD WED JAN, 30 TO LOUIS WINGERT Wesley, Feb. 13-,Louis and Leona Leonard were J ° s £P lls , Catholic church at h ? ay mornin *' Janu- the pastor, the Rev. A. J. 0fTflci ? tin S' They were at Pelores Win, nephew anil bridegroom. dressed niece oE the i,w ,- ( n medium blue satm with matching hat and earned white, roses. The brtdS maid wore wine-colored dross and hat, antl her bouquet was of white The-bridegroom and hhat were dressed in dar A wedding breakfast was serve to the bridal party at the home o the bridegroom's parents, Mr. an Mrs. Michael Wingcrt, and Mr. an Mrs. Wingert then left for Lady , . t0 Visit a few week Mrs. Wmgert's parents. Upo •their return they will begin farm ing south of Wesley on the ol Wingert homestead. Lincoln Sunday is Observed— Lincoln Sunday was observed a the Methodist church Sunday morn ing. Special responsive reading and a unison prayer were used, an the Rev. Mr. MeNulty spoke 01 Great Emancipator, first hold UP th ? Christ as Emancipate e entire human race, and sec ond, speaking o£ the great bu humble Lincoln in his familiar as pect as emancipator of the Negr in America. A collection was tak en here and at Sexton for a fun contributing to the education o colored people. Laura Hansen Has Operation— Laura Hansen, daughter of Mrs Johanna Hansen, and twin siste- o Lawrence, underwent an appendi citis operation at a Mason Cit hospital Jast week Monday, and fo a time her condition caused anxiety She is now improving. lLaura, wh formerly held a stenographic posi tion in Des Moines, has been fo some time a telephone operator a/ Mason City. Her mother is witl her. _Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Han sen visited Laura last Thursday. Erwin Hayncs to Rochester— Erwin- >Haynes, accompanied b his mother, Mrs. P. c. Hayne went to the Mayo hospital, Roches " ter, Minn., .Saturday. His brothe Harley acted as chauffeur and re turned at once. Erwin and hi mother will remain, and Erwin wil undergo examination and treat ment, and if necessary, an opera 'tion, for serious nasal trouble o long standing. Later—They re turned Sunday. Erwin had a nasa operation Saturday. Both B. B. Teams AVin— Tuesday, February 6, the Wesley basketball teams played a doubleheader with the Whittemore academy. The Wesley girls won a ihard- fought game, 21-15) and the Wesley boys won, 36-23. Friday we ie Hks Church Wedding —-.-,_, ,, '_.. '^"^ ^tm*mtm I ^1 Twenty Years Ago " 011 withdrew, 'leaving an, Held for tho Register. * * * * ™° Con er«ea.Wonal Sunday schoo', nad hold a conference two days, and among speakers were the Rev. Mr. Tuttle, Orlnnell, Jones, Drake He secret in BUYING HAM i* to say ... "ARMOUR'S FIXED FLAVOR STAR HAM" played Lu Verne, and the Wesley girls lost, 3-10, but the Wesley boys won, 25-14. The girls basketball tournament begins this week and the Wesley girls will play their first game wtih Lakota at Ledyard at 8:15 p. m., Friday. Pastor's Birthday is Observed— The -Congregational Bible study class, which holds weekly meetings, postponed last week's meeting from Tuesday to Saturday, and then met with the iRev. and Mrs. Bernsten at Britt, in order to observe Mr, Bernsten's birthday. He was completely surprised. Following the lesson, refreshments brought by the guests were served. The Olaf Funnemarks entertained the Henry Funnemarks and Lester Larsens Sunday. Attend Funeral of Priest- Mr, and Mrs. John Ormsby and Mrs. Vincent Dougfaan attended the funeral of Father DeMuth at Buffalo Center Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Liokteig attended also. The Rev. Father DeMuth was a former pastor of the Ormsbya and Mrs. Doughan at Woden. He was only 48, and his death was sudden. Cornelius Nelson Critically Sick— Cornelius Nelson is reported seriously sick witlh pneumonia. He had been ailing since he suffered a fall from the roof of his house last week, when a ladder slipped as he was about to descend after repairing the chimney. Other Wesley News. Ed Studer, Excelsior, Minn,, and his son Jerome, who have been visiting Ed's parents, accompanied by Ed's sister Emma, went to Iowa (Falls Friday to visit another sister, Mrs. Bertha Ritschmeier. From there Ed took Emma to Manly to visit Mrs. A. A. Studer, and she will go from Manly to Austin, Minn., to visit an old friend, 'Lizzie <Danzer, formerly Wesley. Lizzie is still single, and her brother William, also single, lives with her. Ed Studer and his son returned dere, and will remain another week. Mrs. Wallace Benton visited her aunts, the Mesdames Bolsinger Britt, Friday. their visits to coincide with 'tiers. T-&e wetnoaist mme estuay ciass Mildred Benton,Emmetsburg teach- meets this week Tuesday evening, er, spent tflie week-end at home. and under the leadership of the and Adams, formerly Wesley, at Clear ILake last week. Mrs. Benton met two of her sisters, Mrs. E. R. Thompson, Mason City, and Mrs. P. C. Weidt, Austin, -Minn., who timed their visits to coincide with hers er, spent the week The Rev. Mr. MoNulty Jr, Meth, tine executive ^w«**v*i w* vuv »**»— -^ Sunday school association at Burt Monday evening. This week Tuesday he was to attend an A'lgona sub-district meeting at Titonka. A eon, the first child, was born last week Wednesday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baacle, Wesley farmers. Mrs. Baade is Gladys, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson. Hannabelle Qiddings, of Burt, is nurse. There will be a business meeting of the Methodist Aid at Mrs. Daw* son'? this week Wednesday after- , 1 — * «-»-v> t] \suuO) J-'I UflYU university; Professor Smith, Chicago; tho Rev. Mr. Breretin, Emmetsburg; and E. J. Jariua. * * * * The county farmers Institute had been hold • two clays, and Gw. W. 'Godfrey, then of L u Vcrno, was elected president; H. E . ward, Union township, secretary. New directors wero Ralph Hutching, Mrs. w. C. Nelson, H. A. Bates, and W. C. Dewel. * * «.* C. F. Nolto was poultry judge o± a Titonka farmer's institute. + * * 'Methodist revival meetings had ended, and a fund was presented to the Rev. F. c. Taylor for good work Forty-five converts had been obtained in four weeks. * » * * A county teachers' meeting was ito bo held, and a story listed many speakers and their subjects. A scries of articles by W. C. Dewel on a great increase in taxes was concluded. The state executive council was not responsible, because the law required it to do what it did but ibhe legislature and the boards of supervisors were responsible, because they faled to reduce levies on proportion to Increase in proportion _ fixed by law. County debts coming operi due was advanced by tthe board for not reducing levies. • * * * On February 4, 19114, Ella Bteph- enson, elstr of District Court Clerk O. J. Stephonson was married to N. J. Miitchell, by the Rev. G. '03. M&- lono. Mrs. Mitchell was a nurse be- for marriage, and «ho and her husband now live south of town. * * * * Tho Bank of t,u Vcrno tiad been AID CONDUCTS SERVICES AT LAKOTA CHURCH Lakota, Feb. 13—The Presbyterian Aid conducted Sunday evening services at the church with Mrs. I. 'E. Wortman in charge of the fol- •lowing .program: Songs" by congregation, written by (Fanny Crosby; study, Women of the Bible; devotions, led by Mrs. Frerking; solo, Mrs. Lucile Ley; Miriam, Mrs. Olga Wortman; Esther, Mrs. George Heetland; duet, Ukena and Vera Mesdames Williams; iDoria Mary OMagtlelene, Mrs. Bargar; Mary and Martha, Mrs. Esther Schroeder; a tarm near i duet, Mesdames Elizabeth Johnson week Tuesdav ami iRtiTin TnvioTr. *M,tv, •»»„„ T™ wees, luesaay and Edna Turley; Ruth, Mrs. Jennie Gutknecht; «ong by congregation. Attend Aid at Armstrong—; About 20 from Lakota attended ness meeting an impromptu pro- InCreas ° in prop61 ^ valuation*. entered by burglars, who secured $280 In cash and $350 in stamps'. They brakta in at night, using a sledge hammer from a neighboring backsmlth shop. * * * The first meeting of a mew county editorial association was to be held February 13, 1314, at Bancroft. All edlitors of the county were Invited, and also many correspondents. * * * FORMER IRVINGTON FARM BOY IS DEAD A dipping from a Minot, N. D., newspaper reports the death Thursday, February 1, of Geo. M. Bradley, whose father, (Luther Brad- Jey, once farmed west of Irvington. He was a policeman, and he died suddenly of heart disease in the evening as he was about to leave the police station, after having delivered a man whom he had arrested. Funeral services were held at the Vtmot First Presbyterian church last week Monday, with fellow policemen as pall bearers. Burial was made in a Minot cemetery. t Mr. Bradley, who had been a po- iceman. six years, was wearing a new uniform for the first time when he was stricken. He was only 5.7, having been born at Batavia, 111., April 11, 1876. The family came to Iowa when he was 14, but High school contests had resulted in Algona's favor. The locals won a debate at Bagle Grove, a basketball gamo hero va, Emmeteburg, and a gamo by the second team at Clear Lake. * * * * A roller coaster at Arnolds Park was ito be built at the cost of $,1'5 OOn * «*• Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Harrington became parents January 30, 1014, of it'heir daughter Bernlce, now a Grin.•nel college student. * * * * A letter from California told of heavy rains. Neary 6% inches fell in a single day. Burt Farmer Hurt in Fall From Hay : Robert £,. Cogdill, near Burt, has been nursing severe shoulder and nead bruises since a week ago Friday, when he fell off a load of hay he was helping to take to Sen. Geo. W. Patterson's farm east of Burt. He was thrown off when the team took fright and started a runaway. His head suffered such a Jolt that there was some concussion of the brain. church at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, the ' ' o^clock, and olcloek.' intermediate the seniors at at Surprise for Departing Farmers— i The Hillard Abbas family, southeast of town, will move March 1 to • J* 8 * neighbors V •— • U*>AAAB Al^ gave them a surprise party. Lincoln Farmers Sign Up— Lincoln township farmers have made a record to date in signing the corn-hog contracts. Only 5 or 6 — —,; «<«" *-.i»ii.uv,«, uuttiiiucu <-"^ >-vivii-ui>s contracts, oniv 5 or 6 Methodist Aid at Gus Tonne's, near have not signed and some of those Armstrong last week Wednesday are expected to do so. afternoon. Some of her neighbors ! • were also present. After the busi- State Officer in Tisit—= homesteaded in North Dakota in 1902. Since 1925 George had lived at Minot. •In 1899 Mr. Bradley married Mary Gaffney, an Irvington girl, a brother of whom, Robert Gaffney, still lives in the Irvington neighborhood, near the old Mann, now J. C. Mawdsley, farm. Mrs. Bradley, three sons, and an unmarried daughter in California survive, also a brother, John B. Bradley, of Minot. SEED OATS We still hate some lt)B> Seed Oats for sale* ANDERSON GRAIN & COAL CO. Phone 308. Richest Quality and Flavor •SAUDI "Fresh from the Gardens" 'Ray Murray, state secretary of jicos meewng an inrprompiu pro- r. * •'"""ay, si-ace secretary of gram was given. The Rev. >F. O. a gncu;lture, Oes Moines, spent Sun- Johnson sang two songs. Mesdames day visiting his brother, Dr. H. H. TillninA Tnllnc-ATl ri-nrl ^ nln TJT« — * MUrrAV- Elaine Johnson and Lola Hamquist sang a duet, Mrs. Lucile Ley, a solo, and J. OH. Warburton .gave a reading, The Little Hero. Lunch was served to 25. Declum Work is Started— The preliminary high school declamatory contest will be held March 2 at the school house. Those taking part in the dramatic group are Irene Weringa, Marcella Thaves, Betty Ley, Betty Johnson, Miriam eHetland, Beth Hamquist, (Beverly Tamen and Eleanor Moe; oratorical, Neil Slack, Dale Hamquist and OBillie Powers; humorous, Bertha Ailts, 'Charles. (Peterson, and Elsie Abbas. Teams Lose to leflyard— iLakota high school basketball boys 1st and 2nd teams lost to Led- rard's 1st and 2nd teams at the lakota gymnasium last week Tuesday evening. EBYiday night the Lacota boys' teams and the girls' :eam played at Thompson. The 'irst team lost, the second team won, and the girls' team lost. Roland Smith Jr. Has Birthday- Mrs. .Delia Smith entertained at a •family dinner 'Sunday in honor of the birthday of her grandson, Roland Smith Jr., who was 18 Friday. /eugues Hold Joint Meetings— The Lakota Epworth League went to Ledyard a week ago Sunday night, and held a Joint meet- ng with the Ledyard League. Sunday night the Ledyard League 'helped here. This method -will be continued for a few weeks. Valentine Party Is Given— The junior Endeavor society will hold a Valentine party at the Murray. Quilt to Nick Behrends— •flick Behrends won the quilt given, away by the American Legion Auxiliary. | Other Lakota Wewsi Friends and relatives who attended a party given by the Will Meyers, near Gruver, Saturday night are: The Rufus Olthoffs, the Paul Hertzkes, the Albert Kroschs, the Ray Hills, Irma and Leonard Siebolt, Ed and Maud Clark and Bert Coder. Mrs. J. H. Warburton and nephew,) Harry Warburton, attended a party at Sam Warburton'a at Swea City last week Tuesday evening. The the party was given in honor of John Youngs, who moved to noon. Ms. MoNulty will entertain the Sexton Aid at the parsonage this week Thursday afternoon. Ash Wednesday, which marks the beginning of Lent, will 'be observed at St. Joseph's church with, high mass at 8 .o'clock, -this week Wednesday morning. The Hutchins Women's (Bible Study class, led by Mrs. Marion Paulson, Wesley, held its February meeting with Mrs. Oscar Johnson, The adult education classes are ncreasing in numbers, and there is much interest shown. There is now class of about a dozen in book- eeping. • ' Tie Methodist Bible Study class Wisconsin last week. iBpima Gutknecht, Mesdames August Gutknecht, Robert Willian^s, William Aalderks and Fred Kie^ntz were hostesses to the Presbyterian Aid Thursday afternoon, and! served supper in the evening. Mrs. (Erman Hansen and two children^ and Mrs. J. H. Warburton wenf to Algona Friday, where Mrs. Hansen visited her uncle and aunt, and Mrs. Warburton was guest at the Algona Woman's club. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Beemer went to I Albert Lea Thursday and brought Guy's mother, Mrs. Frank Raymore, home with them for a visit) Mrs. Raym.ore has been eick for a few weeks. MIJS. F. 0. Johnson attended a showier in honor of Opal Dorsey at Ledyard Saturday afternoon. She was married Wednesday. Mrs. Johnpon sang O Promise Me at the party. Mr and Mrs. Howard Smith, Albert |Lea, Minn., called at Mrs. C. R. Smith's Sunday. They were on their spend ents. •Mr. taine way to Armstrong to attend ,ev. Mr. MoNulty, considers Luke JL **O iVCT • 1UA * AiiV^il 14**"/ U * *| A«*«v** -.»—»• «<*ir . —.«™ , —- Vt r r ^ T —— ^^- w •—-.•• w odist pastor, attended a meeting of 19. tihe executive council of the county The (Frank Ward family and Mrs. - - • • -•-*-•— -i. m —t Card's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Rider, all of K'leiame, visited Frank's 1 •»—— f rrmm w« w wnmrmffM trm, f ••^•vv>* *' «»»**i relatives here 'Sunday afternoon. Julius Kunz, Davenport, spent the week-end at home. Dr. and Mrs. Alson Braley, Iowa City, visited Alson's -parents Sunday. Joseph, James, Eileen, and Mary Ormsby attended a party at the home of their aunt, Mrs. Gavin, at Forest City Sunday. Helen Funnemark, who teaches at Rake, spent the week-end at home. the f ineral of a relative. The Rev. Mr. Frerking drove to Masoji City Saturday to meet his son Ijlorman, who came home to the week-end with his par- and Mrs. Elmer Darg enter- a number of friends at a dancing party at Ray Hill's last week Tuesday evening. Mr. I and Mrs. Charles McDonald and Mrs. Elizabeth Koppen, Algona, | were callers at P. L. Kop- pen'a Sunday. Arlene , , who teaches near Lu Verne, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis. Mr. aid Mrs. Jerry Heetland drove Mr. aid Mrs. Jerry eHetland drove to Muneapolis last week Wednesday, The Rev. Prank Johnson attended a preachers' meeting at Lake ""•"•- • week ago Monday. Mills i The Worlej amauist's Sunday^ A. Q. Smiths ^nd tihe B. R, i were visitors at R. B. Mrs. caller R. C. Ball, Titonka, waa a it Mrs, Delia Smith's Sunday aftenwon.' Mr. end Mrs. George Johnson, of Burt, -were visitors a-t j. Mrs, last wesfc . Frerking aad Mrs, i, . were among those sick When others are talking higher prices, we offer a big price reduction on nationally known G & J tires. We have sold almost three-quarters of a million G & J's at much higher prices. 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