Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1934 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 29, 1934
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bM|^ - toecials llett Pears, 1-2 ^ ....... Walter 's 1-2 lb. can ns, Thompson s [it Sweet 25 C [, 2 No. 2 cans—fa**V ' and Beans, , NO. 2 1-2 can- lamp's 15c kerel, 2 tall cans I ***» iigless Beans, green or „ -10c jle Clothes Cf» I dime carton **** , Barrel Soap, - jintbars b.'cloth bag 151C Cut Coffee, _K.OSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA Burt_and^weaGty SchoolTXie in Music Tilt PAGE FTVH BURT GROUPS MAY SING IN AMES CONTEST -- - ~The News at St. Joe Idered Sugar, ! er Leaf Soap 5 lb. box ION SETS— flute Sets, land jellow, lb. 27c 13c 29c 18c 15c Burt, Mar. 27—-A number of Burt people attended the music contest at Britt Friday evening and Saturday. Burt made a very good record, receiving a ranking ot "superior" on the girls' CHee club, and mixed chorus. The orchestra, boys' Glee clu!b, and boys' quartette each, received a rating of excellent. Joseph Graham, vocal solo, and Dorothy Brooke, violin solo, received a rating of excellent also. Tho other three solos were rated good. They were by Donald Riddle and Ruby Sanderson and Eugenia Mae Kriethe in a piano solo. The girls' Glee oluto, the mixed chorus, and •Dorothy Brooke may compote in the district contest, which will be held at Ames April 4 and '5. Burt tied with Swea City for Class C honors, tooth receiving a total of 88 points. Presbyterians Elect Officers— The Presbyterian .Sunday school held election of officers Sunday morning. Gartner Patterson was elected superintendent; Mrs. J. W. Dorrance, assistant superintendent; Marie Grover,'secretary; F. E. Ru- ibey, treasurer; Viola Riddle, librarian; Mrs. Lloyd Elston, primary superintendent; 'Elinor Elston, pianist. The Sunday school is having a contest -and Sunday had an attendance of 135 and an offering of $7.01. The school has set a goal of an attendance of 150 and an offering of $7.50. P. H. M. S. to Present Play— The Woman's Home Missionary society will present a play, "The 'Lost Church," at the Methodist church, next 'Sunday evening. The main characters are taken by J. D. Graham, Mrs. A. G. Volentine, Glenn Volentine, Doretta Steward, and George Gray, and Mrs. F. L. Ryerson. Several others have minor parta. ill', and Mrs. John llnmmor nro pm-fiits ot tlinir first child, an SVj ixmiia Klrl, U(.rn l;i»t week Tiiosilny" Mrs. M,.l./.r- n | H ,,,,-HIK; f.,r moth,'.,' !i.nrl bubc. Tho bnhy w;i a l>:tjit'i»p<l Ui'loros Mrin n,1 St.. .losfph'K rtuiivh Sunday, Mr. iijul Mrs. Ix'koy Tlill- pro« .sponsors. Adolph K;is«,, Nrbnisltn, \vlio Vorkod In llviH vicinity snvoral yrai-H, WHS visiting IVUMidH 'liw sun- day. Ho is working m>;ir Almond :i.t pro.wnt. Hohorta McKlbbcn, Twvn. CMy w<i. s in Ibis vicinity lust wo(.-k, willing <, n mo'lhc'i-s of school children M .iid to (Icmimstmlo the Kdiicators association jut Io\v:i. City. lininns of niari-liiKo wore unnmine- o<l a.t Kt. Joseph's church for iLho firrfl <Umo Suml:iy for Tvauni., of Mr. ami Mrs. Malt 1111- bort, and Hcmian, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Uockw. ]>,o,lh a.rc well- known young here. They "n will live on the Dunphy ravin, north of Tjivormore. •enU-n devotions Mils week at St. s church will bo, tut 1:30 p! Good Friday. ^ MJclt Hedlng .shipped cattle, to Chifago a week ago Saturday, Mr. Kndliur and his brother .Tomes went with ith<> shipment, returning last week Wednesday. Mario d»cli relumed last week \\ 1-dnpw.Va.y, after several weeks alt rJeorgo Becker's. Holy lives n.ml friends gathered at George Thul's Sunday evening, and from .there proceeded to Harold Tlml's to Kin-prise Harold on Ills 251h bri'Uulay. Cards were tho <31vev- sion, and lunch was served. Tsn.hC'llo Kellnev wri« brought liomc from tha Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Sunday, after a recent ap- peiKllcltls operation. William Tyink has purchased a new Pontlac straight-8. | trimness to your nevr ume with a pair of these [ smartly styled shoes— 2.95 TO $5,00 Koestlers Are 81 Years "\Yed— Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Koestler celebrated tlieir 31st wedding anniversary Sunday by entertaining a number of relatives and friends at dinner. The guests were the Rev. L. Richmanns, the G. W. Bleichs, the Geo. Koestlers, P. W. Kollasches, and Julius Baas, and Mr. and Mrs. August Huenhold, Algona. Three Ames Students Home— Wendell and Donald Patterson spent the spring vacation last week with, their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. "W. and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Patterson. The boys are etu- dents at Ames. Raymond BJeich, who is also an Ames student, spent the vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs R. A. Bleich. Smiths Home from California— ' Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith returned last week Tuesday from California, where they had spent about six weeks at the homes of their sons, Carver and Cass, who live at Glendale and Ventura. They also visited relatives in Los Angelea. Attend State Dairy Meet— L. E. Roetman, buttermaker, and H. V. .Jones, who was elected alternate kossuth delegate to a Dairy Production 'Control meeting, attended at Des Moines Monday. 45 Dozen Doughnuts Sold— The Queen Esther Circle made and sold over 45 dozen doughnuts Saturday. The girls made the doughnuts at the home ot their leader, (Mrs. C. E. Hammer. McDonald House is Sold— The James Christiansens last week (purchased the McDonald house now occupied by the H. W. Trainers. The Christiansens will take possession May 1. LIVERMORE LU VERNE CLUB WOMEN MEET L.U Verne, .Mar. 27—The slvo Woman's club entertained the Twentieth Cent\rry club oC I^lver- moro at the A. D. IBurtis home Friday. This was an exchang-o prog-rani g-iven by tho Llvermore women, as follows: club song; reading, Being Clinikod, Mrs. Doris Ol.son; one act play, In Broad Day Light, Mrs. Minnie Wiggins, Mrs. Edith Johnson, Mre. Ella Johneon Mrs. Bertha 'Baosslor, Mi-s. Ethyl Bennett, and Madge Malin; book review, Life Begins at Forty, Mrs. Anne Goodenow; report of the last .state club federation executive council meeting- at Dea Mol-ncs, Mrs. C. C. Phillips, eighth district charman; and another club song. A social hour followed, and lunch was served by Mrs. J. L. Ldchty, Mrs. D. H. AVer- niorsen, Mrs. Adam ZwelCcI, Mrs. Ray Stone, and Mrs. Burtis. Nineteen Llvcrmoro women attended and Mrs. Lew Pearson was also a guest. and Wcgncr families ait Elmer Emory's. th« trouble, could treatment. bo corrected by Anniversary Observed— Mr. sind Mrs. Lloyd Zentner were married eleven, years ago March 22, so on Thursday evening tho former just-for-Pun club and a few other friends took them by surprise to honor the anniversary at the city hall. Progress-lve Rook was played at six tables, Clarence Green and Mrs. Harold Larimer winning the high scores; Mr. Zentncr and Mrs. William Green, second; and J. U. Farroll a,nd Mre. Zentnor the consolation. The self-invited guests served, lunch. H. S. Juniors I'arty Hosts— Tho high school juniors gave a. benefit Rook party at tho school gymnasium last -week Tuesday eve- Cburch in Aniiunl Meet— The annual meeting of the Pros- .ylorian church was held lost week Tuesday evening- at the church, and •eports of the departments were glv- 3n with election ot officers, and il.ans were laid for the year boginn- ng April 1. HIslo Haskcll Heard 1'roin— Elttie Haekcll, former Lu Verne Tostmistress, now of Chattanooga, I'enn., has recently had an article poem In. the Evangelical Missionary World, also an article in tho Christian L1fo, Sunday school magazine. Suvcii lo Wrestling: Moot— Bobby Smith, DeRae Monty, Vei-non Lang, Lester IMaittoon, and Morris and Mcrvin -Parrell accompanied Coach Fred Graham Friday to a Y. M. C. A. wrestling tournament. They spent Sunday ait Cedar Falls. Pupils in Music Contest— Tho Girls' glee olub and Richard NIver, with a clarinet and a piano solo, took part in a music contest at Britt Saturday, and all ranked "superior". They go to Ames April 16 to 'take part In a district contest, Seven Drive New Cnrs— Tht following- persons have pur biased new care: George Merklc a,m Cecil HuCt Plymouth; Dr. R. L. Cor jus, Ford V-8; A. J. Evans, Edw Dohncrt, Ray Stone, and Harold Sorenson, Chevrolets. week n.t tine Lutheran church Maundy Thursday In English language and Friday morning- in German. Special Easter music will bo given by the choir Sunday morning, and •second Easter serv.icos will bo conducted Monday morning by the Rev. Mr. FrledrlcTiB, Beaver township. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Blumer, Mr. and Mm. Fred KrafOt, and Mrs. Jacob Kubly aittonded the fumsnal of Mrs. Nick Hauclc, a relative, a.t Jet- fers, Minn., last week Wednesday. Charlttt Genrleh was hostess Ladies' Mason City one day last week consult an eye specialist. Tho Girl Scouts and their captain, Norrna Partriidgo, had a wiener roast near Pralrlo Creek, cast of town, Friday night. Mrs. Winifred Jones went to Minneapolis Friday for tho weekend with relatives. Kuth Smith, spent the week-end with her parents at Manly. to GREAT GUNS, -WHAT A PRICE! Genuine Alemite Grease Gun, reg. $3.00, $1.29. Spark plugs, lie ca. 13-plate Battery, $2.98. 2 gal. WANT-ADS BEING HESUI/TS GONE1-THE HIGH COST OF STOMACH TROUBLE Don't pay $2.60 to $5.00 for relief 'rom stomach pains, indigestion. Try Dr. Emil's Adla Tablets — 3 weeks treatment only $1. Relief or Oil, G9c. Ford and Chev. parts at 20 to 60% saving.—Gamble's 9th Anniversary Sale. 35-28 HOLTZBATJER'S TIN SHOP We merchandise and contract anything in plumbing, heating, sheet metal, water systems, and pumps. A complete Kopair Stock. 119 S. Bodge Phone 83 •ning. Sixteen (tables were in n.nd the high scores were II. N. A. Anniversaries Celebrated— The Royal Neighbors observed their 3Cth anniversary, and tho II9th anniversary of the head camp, by giving a guest-day party at t"ho city hall last week Tuesday. 'Betty Thompson and Beverly Smiitili gave readings; Mrs. H. E. Peitzke read a paper on Our Organization; prl mary boys from tho public schools sans; and >tho hlgli school girls' trio gave selections. Mary Kings! is oracle; Mrs. H. E. Peitzke, recorder; Mrs. Herbert Smith, receiver. At fh<j close of the program a itwo-course dinner was served. Charter membors still belonging to the camp are Mrs. Flora Raney and Mrs. Pedtzke Ten Children Are Confirmed— At the Lutheran church Sunday morning ten boys and girls were examined and confirmed by the pastor, the Rev. L. Witlenburg: Gordon and Roland Lenz, Walter I-Ilnz Donald \Varmbler, Bliad AVcgner, Lcroy Gronlxich, Feme Zuetlau, Vel ma Meyers, Etele Reddell, and Viva Uistaii. The class furnished 4-par.l music. After the services dinners were served in honor of the conf'irm ants at their homes, tho lai-ges group consisting o£ the Rlstau, Len play, won by Irene Swenson. and W. W. Schaub. •Yancis Sanford had low score, and ~3arl Hansolman won tho draw. The Jroceeds will go to help defray ex- jenses of the annual junior-sonioi xxnquet. Easter Cantata Next Sunday— The Methodist, Evangelical, and Presbyterian union choir will present an Easter cantata at the Moth odist church Easter night, From G-ethsemane to Calvary, directed by Mrs. Opal Morrison, Mrs, Ra> Stone accompanist., Hospital Patient is Homo- Mrs. Wilson Leglor was brought homo from the Lutheran hospital Fort Dodge, Friday, and is recup crating from her recent operation Mrs. Mae Moore and Mrs. Minnie Ring, her sisters from. Omaha, v!si ted her last week. Hope for Orthopedic Mrs. E. B. Thomas and her daugh ter Ruth retnrned Friday from St Louis, where Ruth was examinee at an orthopedic hospital. The re port was favorable, It being believed Other Lu Verne News. Special Lutheran eervices with :Ioly Communion will be held thii Today or whenever you are making out your grocery or der look (glance) through he list below, check off ome of the real needs and real bargains, phone 290 or 291, or still better come and see what you can buy At Always a big assortment Crackers and Cookies Bulk or packages, vanilla wafers, sugar and butter wafers, Saratoka flakes, Zwieback and Holland Rusk, cheese wafers and pretzel sticks are 3lblo class at her 1iomo last Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pcrgando and chardt. Druggist. Irs. August Pergande or. -went FRIGIDAIRE all household nowadays. necessities PLAN FOR THE FUTURE Let Us Build You a Home You pay for it by the month just like rent. ALGOUA BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION C. R. La Barre, Sec'y-Treas. CHEESE—Very many kinds. Imported Swiss, French Roquefort, Old New York, Wisconsin Brick, and Pimento, Old English and Kay and Pineapple Spread, Longhorn, and others, all very good. CONDIMENTS, which means seasoning of all kinds, should be in everybody's pantry or • kitchen cabinet. Look at 'your stock of spices, and the sauces to be used for your fresh fish, game, or meats. 1WNELL SHOE GO, Algona, Iowa e Premium Hams, or whole, lb ______ 80c Dressed Chickens, to aoc Beef Roast, lb. r; 12 l-2c to 15c lb Boast, lb 18c Cuts of Fresh Meat for Easter r, 2 cans _ Soap, 5 bars ____ Ginger snaps, Cocoa, 2 ibs Selection of Price for • SORENSEN COMPANY Aid Easter Dinner Tomorrow— The Ladies' Aid society will serve its annual Easter dinner in the church parlors Friday of this week. Only 25 cents will be charged for the meal. Sister for Four Brothers— Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parsons are parents of a daughter, born Saturday, March 24. The Parsons have four other children, all 'boys. Program-Pie Social Tomorrow— A program' and .pie social will ha held.in Dist. No. 2, Burt township, Friday evening. Mary Ellen Marlow is the teacher. Other Bart Kens. Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee and son Howard, Mrs, N. M. Godfredson, and Mre. A. W. Sigsbee and grandson, Harlan Qigs'bee, Algona, went to Decorah Saturay and returned Sunday. They visited at the Bay Isen- herger home. Mrs. Iseriberger, who was seriously hurt in an auto accident some weeks ago, was at home again, tout was to return to Rochester Monday to have her Jaw reset, as it had not been set properly the first time. Mrs. C. W. Patterson entertained the following women at toridge Friday afternoon; Mrs. Al Staehle, daugter, Mrs. H. L. Sauerman, Mrs. F. L. Pratt, (Mrs. W. A. MacArthur, Mrs. W. T. Petere, Mrs. >D. L. McDonald, Mra. L. A. Boettcher, and Mrs. K. J. Smith. Mrs (Patterson served luncheon at the close of the afternoon. lone Moyer, mho has been living in part of the Mrs, ITred Yopp house, last Thursday moved out to her brother Raymond's, and will drive ,ba«k and forth to her work in her beauty stoop. A group of her girl friends gathered at her home for a flarewell party the evening before she moved. For instance, Kitchen Boquet, Lea and Perrins Original Worcestershire Sauce, International A r l Catsup, Cocktail, Barbeque and Mc- Ilhinny Tobasco Sauce, Baby Stuart French Dressing, Heartsuch's genuine Rockford Salad Dressing and others are all here. j Do you make Chop Suey or jChow Mein? We have all ingredients and also Chow Mein prepared (noodles free) How about Richelieu and Baby Stuart Jellies and Jams and all pure fruit preserves? Greengs 666 Liquid TaWete, 6*JT*, Soae Dropt Checks Cidf tint day, Headebw w KeoraJgla in W winutee. KaUria io .TITE . can best be expressed by a gift of one of our beautiful plants. Hardy blooms, decoratively potted as befits the occasion. Orders taken now for delivery anywhere on Easter Day. You will find our prices reasonable. Easter Specials Lily Plants from - -* 1 ' 20 ** d ^ Cineraria Plants from - »* *»* »* Boxes of assorted Cutflowers $1-00 and W Shoulder Corsages of Sweet Peas and Bibboii -75e up See our Special Easter Display at the Eexall Prug Store Algona Greenhouses Opal Cake Flour 25c Swansdown Cake Flour _30c Eloyal Baking Powder 42c Measuring spoon FREE with the last two. Baker's Premium Chocolate. 1-2 lb. bar _ 28c Hershey's Baking Chocolate, 1-2 lb. bar 15c Baker's Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. boxes 18c Hershey's Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. box _ lOe 1 lb. box 18c Baby Stuart Cocoa, 2 lb. box . 25c Marshmalllows—* 6 1-2 and 8 oz. pkgs. __10c Bulk, the pound 15c Richelieu Jelly Powder, all flavors, pkg. JJc Ginger Ale and all fruit juices are very popular at present. Don't Forget ~ Olives, plain, stuffed, or ripe, sweet and dill pickles, chow chow, sweet relish and sandwich spread. Haliigan's "Pure Quill" and "Crest" Coffees are the best anywhere, and at Akre's Grocery Do you think that all electrlcrefrlgerators are noisy and expensive to operate? s s .Do you think that the ice trays of all electric refrigerators stick and have to be pried .or hammered loose?.; .Do you think that defrosting alt electric refrigerators Is a nuisance? Then visit our Spring Show* Ing of the Frigidaire '341 It has n automatic ice tray release.. .the trays slide out at a touch of your finger! It has automatic defrost* ing...turns itself on after defrosting is completed! The extra quiet motor is so efficient that it operates on an amazingly small amount of currents And the Frigidaire '34 lin<? contains models that have the Sliding Utility Basket which Is wonderfully convenient for stor- HERE IS A FRIGIDAIRE THAT USES LESS CURRENT THAN ONE ORDINARY LAMP DULB! ing small articles...adjustable shelvesjiimuch greater Hydta- tor capacity::{generous ice* freezing capacity::'.the convenient, new, Ftigidaire Serva* shelf, and.. .Lijctimt Porcelain inside and out I Out »p«clai Spring Showing of the Frlgidalra '04 is now in progress Sea this colorful dlf* playjleara why thousands boasti KOuriisaFrlgidaire'94^ \PIxtFrels6l] I DELIVERED I Buy before April 1st and save the tax BJUSTROM'S 213 East State Street Phone 520 STATEMENT OP THE IOWA STATE BANK A1GONA, IOTf A On Call of the Superintendent of Banking MAKCH 5,1934 RESOURCES CASH OR ITS EQUIVALENT— United States Bonds : . $ State and Municipal Bonds Cash and due from banks.—_________________ First Mortgages on Improved Real Estate , Loans to customers Corn SJoana , ,. Kossuth County Poor SFund 'Warrants _» Overdrafts __— _—_____—_____—__-_— ____ Bmking House and Furtures Stock in Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation —, Stock in Federal Reserve Bank — ....— 902,907.61 31,700.00 678,767.97 $1,518,865-58 103,026.27 205,933.52 166,110.76 3,862.58 91.60 21,500.00 1,423.12 3,000.00 LIABILITIES Capital Stock — . ------- , -------- „ ----------------- ,.._f Undivided JProtits Deposits 60,000.00 26,278.86 DEPOSITS INSURED

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