Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 22, 1934 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 22, 1934
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KOSSDTH rnilNTT ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA Weslevans Birthday Is Observed With Dinner is what a woman asks for when buying salt in Japan. Here in America, 2/3 of all women ask for Morton's because— WHEN BT RAINS IT POURS BUSINESS DIRECTORY SWEN MONSON IS 77; EVENT CELEBRATED Wesley, Mar. 20—'Mr. and Mrs. Albert Monson entertained Sunday in honor of the 77th, birthday anniversary of their fatiher, Swcn Monson. Guests, besides members of the family, were Mr. and Mrs. E:nil Wester, Others present were the guest of honor, members of the Albert Monson family, Edward Monson, and members of the Oscar Monson family, Garner. The senior Mr. Jvlonson's daughter, Mrs. William Dow, Sioux Falls, S. D., Who was unable to be present, called by telephone in the evening, and her father talked with her. Mr. Monson has been caretaker of the public school building for many years: middle-aged Wesleyans remember (him as school janitor in. their childihood. Three birthday cakes were prepared for Mr. Monson; one by Mrs. Albert Monson, •one by Mrs. Oscar Monson, and one by Mrs. Wester. Byrd Expedition to Hear Easter Sermon KOSSUTH COUNTY ADYANCH ..Weekly Newspaper Founded In 1901 Entered as Second-Class Matter December 31, 1908. at the Postofflct <at Algona, Iowa, Under the Act of March 2, 1879. Union Meetings in Progress— Tihe union revival .meeting conducted at the Methodist church by the Rev. and Mrs. Milton 'Nelson Sunday evening, was well attended. Both are good singers, and Mrs. Nelson accompanies on the ukelele. Meetings will be held at eight o'clock every evening this veek. The missionary societies _of he Congregational and Methodist churches plan a combined program for the evening of Easter Sunday, it the Methodist cihurch. A meet- ng of committees from both or- anizations was to be held at Mrs. Araesbury's Monday. Mrs. Xathan Studer Improved — Mrs. Nathan Studer is somewhat mproved. (Marie Ritschmeier, her Sea " Easter dawns in the Ant" arctic, there won't be any dress parade on the main street of Little America. Nevertheless, the members of Admiral Byrd's second expedition will experience a real touch of the Easter Spirit when Dr. Harry Emerson Fosdick, noted pastor of Riverside Church, New York, de- Hvers a special sermon to them by| short wave radio. The eminenti clergyman's message will be heartl by the BG Isolated explorers ten thousand miles away—and listeners In this country—at 10 p.m., eastern standard time, March 31, over the; Columbia network. Dr. Foscilck (right) Is a close friend of Admiral Byrd (Inset). LAWYERS yr. B. Quartern H. W. Millet QUARTON * MILLER Law Offices. Phones:' Office 427, residence J14 Algona, Iowa. J. L. BONAR Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 468-W. Algona, low* B £o a nurse and ' Esther and Marie Hutohinson, Ros- MuriceanfeTasf' ^ "ft ">4f» W^wdBenart Wednesday, and returned home £ Doimell. Mrs. Quinn drove to Saturday. If the Studers should re- Bmmetsburg Monday to get SULLIVAN, McMAHON & LINN AH y. W. Sullivan S. E. McMahoa L. E. Linnan Attorneys-at-Law. Phones: Office, 261; J. W. S., 309, B. B. McM.. 403. Algona, Iowa. HARRINGTON & LOWE £. J. Harrington J. D. Lowe Attorneys-at-Law Phone 287 R. J. H. 440 Office over Postofflce. B. J. TAN NESS, G. W. 8TILLMAB Lawyers Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W. Algena, low* IB. D. Shumway E. D. Kellj SHUMAVAY & KELLY Attorneys-at-Law efftce In Qulnby Block Phone 68 Algona, low* L. A. WINKEL Atttorney-at-Law Office In Quinby Building Phone 180 HIRAM B. "WHITE Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State Bank. Phone 206. Algona, Iowa P. A. DANSOJf Attorney-At-Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office. 460-J.; Res. S16 CARBOL A. >VA»DEB Attorney-aULaw Office over Postofflce. Phone 65 Algona, In. HUTCHLSOX DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON Attorncrs-at-Law Quinby Building Itone 251 Algona DOCTORS LONE ROCKERS SEE BANCROFT BOY1DAINED Lone Rock, Mar. 20—The Jack TirvsnUil ramp oirlv last' Quinns ' accompanied by Julia and butTshe works ilTtlfe opfear^ret Qu^ B^cro^ *£3* Mr. qu^more \ dp, th^wi1 caH UP->? Mrs D^ lBe i-ns, who attended on some o{ tihese relatives. Clara is [Kobert Qumn's first mass at Ban- night superintendent in the Fort: croft Tuesday. These new priests Dodge hospital, but had a lay-off were reared m Kossuth and pur- b - • - sued their theological studies together. Pettits Hosts at Cards— Mr. and Mrs. George Pettit enter- because of her own illness. L'luy in Convention Orchestra— Evelyn Erickson and Clare Garman, who play the violin in the school orchestra, participated in a tained at 500 Sunday evening. At- program by members selected from tending: the 'L. R. Rodericks, Fred various school orchestras, given be- Genriches, Otto Jensens, C. M. Um- fore the teachers at the Fort steds, Mr. ad Mrs. Arthur Priebe, Dodge institute last Thursday .Raymond Priebe, and Elvira Wehr- evening. Under the direction of an spann, Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Iowa City instructor, the combined ward Priebe, Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. orchestra, of 110 members, practic- Oscar Earing, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. ed together 10 hours a day on last Sharp, Mr. ad Mrs. Harlan_Blanoh.- '~~ J J "~~ '"" ~---- •"— week Wednesday and Thursday. Three-Town Plays Planned- Students from the high schools of Wesley, Woden, and Crystal Lake, will prepare one-act plays to be given at the three places. The ard, and Mrs. Arthur Davis, Emmetsburg. Mrs. Arthur iPriebe and Wpodrow (Pettit won the high prizes; Otto Jensen and Harlan. Blanchard, low. Mrs. Gladstone Loses Mother — first performance will be given at I (Mrs. A. A. Krueger and her Woden Monday, April 2, the second mother, Mrs. .S. M. Gladstone, drove here, Tuesday, April 3, the third to Salem, S. D., last week Wednes- at Crystal Lake Wednesday, April day, called by news of the sickness 4. Members of the teaching staff O f the latter's fatiher, Albert have returned from the institute at Gappa. Mr. Gappa (had an opera- Fort Dodge, "safely, wisely, and tion last week Tuesday, and died better equipped." Flag Code is Demonstrated— At the meeting of the Auxiliary last THiursday, Mrs. L. L. Lease gave a lesson on the flag code. A Friday evening. Tihe Rev. Mr. Gladstone, son Robert, daughter Margaret, another daughter, Beulah, student at Coe college, and Mr. Krueger left Sunday to attend the funeral held Monday. delegation will attend the joint county meeting at Titonka Tues- Goods to Orphans Homo- day, April 3. The Wesley Auxil- — - - * JOHN N. KENEFICK Physician and Burgeon Office over Rexall Drug Stor* Office phone 300 Res. phone 326. C. H. CRETZMETER, M, D. Surgeon and Physician. Office John Galbraith Block. Phones 444-310. Algona low* P. T. JAN8E, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Street Fhones: Office, 666; residence, Stl Algona, Iowa WALTEIl FIIA8EB, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office in Quinby Bldg., Room 14. Phone No. 12 JIELVIN 0. BOURNE Physician' and Surgeon Office In Postofflce Block Phones: Office, 197; residence, 211 W. D. AN I) HEWS, B. 0. Osteoputlilc Pliyslclau and SurgeOk Located in General Hospital. Phones: Office 187, Rea. 688. DENTISTS DB. H. M. OLSON Dentist. Gas or novocaine used for eJ traction. liocated over Chrlstensen Store. Phones; Business 166, residence 470 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS Ju. W. FOX J. «. AVINKKL VotcrlnurluiiH West State Street, Algona Phones: Office, 475-W.: res. 476-R INSURANCE dary will hold its meeting next weak Tuesday instead of Thursday, since the regular meeting day will fall on Maundy Thursday. Gordon Giddings Has Birthday— Gordon C. Giddings and his family took danner with Gordon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Giddings, Sunday, to observe Gordon's birthday, which falls on Maroli 19. The St. Patrick's day colors were employed in the menu, and u birtOi- dj»v cake was the crowning fea^ re Jlght persons "were present. lish Towels Are Embroidered— At a meeting of the Metlhodist .id at Mrs. Welter's last week Wednesday, women attending em- n-oidered two dozen dish towels or use at church suppers, etc. The Aid will not meet again for a month; but will hold a bake sale at Dhe Kraus store Saturday, March '11, tlhe day before Easter. lay Niewald's Father Hurt— Ray Niewald, formerly Wesley, now farming near Mason City, called upon Wesley friends last week kVednesday. iRay had visited his 'ather, near Emmetsburg, who was njured in an accident some months ago, and ihas since been partially jaralyzed. Other Wesley News. Wesley callers at Kossuth hospital, Algona, report seeing a for- ner Wesleyan there last week; Mrs. Elva Simpson, Lone Rock, who was formerly Elva Laming. She was visiting her 14-year-old son, who is undergoing a series of operations. The Simpsons have three other children. Mrs. Simpson is a sister of the Rev. Clifford Liming. Mrs. Tilieron Hanson accompanied by her 10-day old son, Valjean Theron, returned from Kossuth hospital, Algona, last week Tuesday. Mrs. Hansen's mother, Mrs. Elam Johnson, has been here more than a montili. Dr. Albert Johnson, Sigouriiey, on his way to Minnesota called upon his niece, Mrs. Hansen, last week Wednesday. The Rev. Mr. Bernsten, Congregational pastor, was away over the week-end, conducting a funeral service at Huston, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Paulson filled his appointments at Britt and the Upper Flat. Mrs. Vicent Dougihan and Nancy Ann visited at Minneapolis last week, with Mrs. Doughan's four sisters. Maibel Lawler, teacher at Belaiond, spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Jolhn Hutchison. There was no school Friday for Tlhe Friday club met last week with Mrs. Frank 'Flaig, Mrs. Arthur Priebe assisting. The following articles were recently sent to the Christian Orphans' Home at Council Bluffs: crib quilt, pair of pajamas, skirt and jacket, four dresses, two dresses and bloomers, bonnet, three aprons, bib, and quilt The next meeting will be with Mrs H. J. Rice, (Mrs. L. R. Roderick assisting, Girls' Birthdays Celebrated- Mr, and Mrs. Frank Flaig entertained Sunday supper guests In honor of their daughters Maxine and Mary Ann, whose birthdays fell that day and Monday. Attending: Mrs. Caroline Ackarmun, Burt her family, and Ralph CaVney, o: Burt, the James Ackarmans, Mr and Mrs. Robert Ackarman, east o Burt, and iDoris Sanders, Hospital Patients Home— Chester Simpson was brough home last week Monday from the Kossuth ihospital, wttiere he had been a patient for some time. Ter esa Schaumberg was brought hoini ast week Tuesday from a Ban croft hospital, where she waa patient. P. M. Chriatenseji in Accident— P. M. Ohristenson suffered th loss of the end of the thumb o his right lhand while sawing woo at his home Saturday. The nai was also torn away. Pupils Surprise Their Teacher- Fifth and sixth grade pupils too their teacher, Evelyn Behrmann by surprise ,by giving a party i honor of her birthday last wee Monday. Wins Third in Contest— Kathryn Stebritz, sophomore on third in the humorous division f a declamatory contest at Arin- rong last week Tuesday evening. elson Mother-in-Law Dies— William Nelson, north of town, eceived word last week Wednes- a'y of the death of his mother at ritt. 11 GIRLS BASKET BALL TEAMS TAKE PART INJOURNEYS Eleven Kossuth county girls bas- keball teams took part week-end before last in sectional 'basketball tournament. At Armstrong results were as follows: (FIRST ROUND Maple Hill 29, Lone Hock 18. 'Ledyard 16, Haifa 13. Armstrong 45, Dolliver 23. Seneca 24, fftingsted 21. SEMUPINAiL ROUND Maple Hill 15, Qeneca 11. Armstrong 30, 'Ledyard 9. FINAL HOUND Armstrong 44, Maple Hill 23. At West Bend tournament results were: FIRST HOUND Bode 34, Havelock 12. Ottosen 28, Lu Verne 19. Wesley 25, Rodman 13. West iBend 33, WhHtemore 31. 'SEMI-iPINAIL ROUND Bode 25, Ottosen 18. West Bend 33, Wesley 16. iFINAIL 'ROUND Bode 26, West (Bend 16. Armstrong and Bode, winners in the two tournaments, are to play in the district tournament at Ayrshire. The schedule follows: THURSDAY Armstrong vs. Bode. Mallard vs. Silver Lake Twp. •FRIDAY Armstrong vs. Mallard. Bode vs. Silver Lake Twp. SATURDAY Bode vs. Mallard. Armstrong vs. Silver (Lake Twp. Other Lone Bock. The Mothers' club meets the rst Wednesday in. April with Mrs. M. Jensen, Mrs. Calvin House- older assisting, and roll call will e answered with housecleaning ints. Calvin and Everett Householder, ccompanied by C. E. and Frank ouseholder, trucked horses for a orsebuyer at Algona to Milwaukee ast week Monday. Jack Quinn, Oscar Earing, Glenn eeper, Ernest Huto'hinson, and Vill Leeper, attended a caterpillar 'actor instruction school at Mason y Saturday. The Harvey Raths, Algona, the .ibert Shasers, Mrs. John Rath, nd her son Lawrence were Sun- ay dinner guests of the William .aths. The A. W. Lampes, Ventura, ame Saturday to visit relatives, ilr. Lampe went back Sunday, Mrs. ampe and baby remaining a r eek. Mr, and Mrs. Otis Sanders at- ended the funeral of the former's ousin's son, John Lowell, son of ames Sanders, at Swea City Sun- ay. Supt. and Mrs. IL, E. Godfrey at- ende_d the North Central teachers' meeting at Fort Dodge from last hursday till Saturday. The Sewing club met last week Vednesday evening with Mrs. Fred enrich. The next meeting will be vith Mrs. W. G. Flaig. Mrs. M. H. Osher, who had spent wo weeks at E. M. Jensen's, re- urned to her home in Graettinger ast week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Tuttle, Cedar 'alls, visited the son, (Frank Mer•on, last week, and were also call- rs in town. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan and rtrs. Mary Jane Clarke, Algona, vere Sunday dinner guests at W. ". Cotton's. 'R. L. Padgett has purchased anther Champlin oil truck, and Alert Shaser has purchased a new Chevrolet. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schultz, of Wesley Mrs. Lester Lease went witli Mrs. Aldrioli to Mason City (Friday, and visited Mrs. Lease's sister, Mrs. Marion Hall, of Hanlontown, and Mrs. Hall's infant son at Mercy hospital. Nina Johnson, Washington, Iowa, visited her sister, Mrs. Theron Hansen, a day or two, and returned home Sunday. The year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hansen has been sick with, gland trouble, tout is improving. ^666 Liquid Tablets, Salve, Noso Drops Checks Colds first day, Headclies 01 Neuralgia in 80 minutes. Malaria in 8 days. FINE LAXATIVE AND TONIC Most Speedy Remedies Known. Burt Mr. and Mrs. George Weir, of Estherville, visited Sunday at the home of their son, 'Supt. Donald Weir. lone Moyer returned Thursday from Dea Noines, where she had spent several days with friends. Little Ann Barrickman, Algona, is .spending this week at the 'home of her aunt, Mrs. W. T. iPeters. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hammer entertained last week (Monday evening at three tables of bridge. Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Morness entertained at three tables of bridge last week Tuesday evening. Tlhe Fortnightly club will meet this Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. Jess Thoreson's. The P. A. Looft family visited Mr. Looft's parents at Swea ity Sunday. Martin Godfredson and daughter herry are visiting relatives in and ear Burt. Malcolm Nelson, Fort Dodge, vis- ted 'Hurt relatives last week n uesday . The Portland 4^H club met Sat- rday afternoon at the Wyott Stott ome. Kenneth Graham is working at he H. Soderberg home. Marshall, Minn., were week-end Frederick uests of Mr. and Mrs. Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rice and ima Madison attended the funeral f Mrs, F. F. Frost at Armstrong Sunday. The Fred Kulows, Bancroft, have noved to the farm previously occu- )ied by the J. C. Geitzenauers. Mr, and Mrs. I. W. Nelson and Mra. Eugene iHofius were Mason ity callers last week Tuesday. Sunday evening callers at Geo. !. Hanna's were Misses Anderson, Warrior, and Overgaard. The Alex Kruegers spent Sunday at Humboldt with Mrs. Krueger's uncle, Will Blanchard. Mrs, Arhur Davis, Emmetsburg, spent the week-end at the parental eorge Pettit's. G. A. <Siharp and son Glenn made a business trip to Des Moines last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Heidenwith have a new girl, born a week ago Sunday. The M. H. Heiters, Wesley, were Sunday dinner guests at W. C. Heiter's. The Christian (Endeavor met at Claude Whitehill's Sunday evening Mrs. Glenn Leeper is sick with the flu. STOP THAT DANGEROUS BRONCHITIS COUGH—TO-DAY Sleep Sound All NigM Long All coughs look alike to Buck- jy's Mixture (triple strength—one ip of this grand medicine usually tops an ordinary cough—the tough Id deep seated cough and the per- isten bronchial cough are checked nd under control after Just a few oses—no more tormenting, sleep iss nights. Buckley's is different—it's su reme—-it "acts like a flash"—-just rove it with one 45 cent bottle at orensen's Drug Store or any drug tore—it is guaranteed. DON'T SLEEP ON LEFT SIDE -- AFFECTS HEART If stomach GAS prevents sleep ing on right side try Adlerika. One dose brings out poisons and re lieves gas pressing on heart so you slee.p soundly all night. — E. W Lusby, Druggist. Enjoy this garden freshness Mew and Used Cars Financed If your present payments are too high we will refl< nance your car for you. Prompt and courteoui jeatment. H. N. KBUSE INSUBANCE AGENCY Telephone 125, Algona, Iowa HOLTZBAUER'S TIN SHOP We merchandise and contract anything in plumbing, heating, sheet metal, water systems, and pumps. A complete Repair Stock. 119 S. Dodge Phone 88 THUHSDAY. M.n I WE 1)0 OUB OWK LENS DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Algona, Grandmother Knows These Names Three generations — grandmother, her daughtml and her granddaughters — have learned to rely ot I S TRONG-HEART ' POOD PRODUCTS For over 60 years this trio of quality brands ha I been the favorite of housewives. The excellence ell each product bearing these familiar labels hyl earned STRONGHEART, OPAL and IOWA I MAID the right to the slogan: "The Best of Foodil at Reasonable Prices Without Sacrifice of Quality,'] Try them once and. you'll use them always. Ask for them by name at these home owned grocers: H. R. Sorensen & Co., Algona, Iowa B. A. Clark, Algona Frank Bailey, Fenton Fred'k Schultz, Lone Bock H. M. Dyer, Ledyard Thaves Sisters, Lakota W. H. Vogel, Burt Thorpes Home Grocery, j gona Merrill Bros., Bancroft Bonacker Bros., Titonka Sanborn's Cash Grocery, Swea City Everybody's Doing It Everybody is singing Wagon Wheels, everybody swaggering in the new suits, and everybody buying these beautiful new ties and pumps at Neville's Shoe Store. We never before attempted such a wonderful showing for Easter. This is our supreme effort. 500 pairs of the latest novelties produced this year. Black, white, blue, gray, and color combinations. Anything you want to make your feet pretty and your heart glad. Twenty different styles, AAA to C, sizes to 9. Prices $1.98, $2.48, $2.98 and $3.50. All 1934 streamline models. They are a style show of themselves. I will not try to describe them. I could not if I wanted to. Drop in and see them, bring your admiring eyes and your pocketbook. I have squeezed the prices down to the la»st notch allowable. You truly get style without extravagance when you trade at Neville's Shoe Store. | JIMMIE NEVILLE, 'The Shoe Man' nUUUH pMHWIHIIIIIIIIIIIUIIUH Repair,!Rebuild Reroof For the past few years building repairs have been sadly neglected. Now is the time to put your buildings in repair—GIVE LABOR A JOB. We have the materials here for your repair job. F, S. Norton & Son

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