Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 5, 1934 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 5, 1934
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COUNTY ADVAWm AL60NAi IOWA Ledvard Choir Gives Special Program - - - — - — - - ~ METHODISTS HEAR CANTATA SUNDAY NIGHT Ledyard, Apr. 3-The Methodist choir Rave an Easter cantata Sunday evening that was well attended The prelude was played by the orchestra. The choir sang Jerusalem There -Cometh a King, rhe Sm Awakes, and What More Could Ho Do? The quartet sang, When I Think How They Crucified M Tho r ot'fertroy was played by an orchestra, and was followed by a solo, When I Survey the Wondrous Cross by Tlalph Olson. The choir sang The Dawn of a Wonderful Sav and They Have Taken Away S y LordU solo, If With All Your Heart, was sung by Kenneth Thompson; the quartet sang In the Cross of Christ, I Glory; solo, [Light's Glittering, Morn, Hev. Mr. Johnson; the choir sang, Alleluia. The choir consists of: sopranos —Mrs. H D Mayne, Mrs. Glen Yahnke, Mrs. Roy Link, and the Misses Killer, Jones, Kelly; altos— Mrs. Jo'linson and Bliss Dunham; Iniss-t'he Rev. Mr. Johnson, V A. Barrett, Tilmer Halvorson, lArmin Schultz, and James Logan; tenors—Ralph Olsen, Harold C.ran- ner, and Kenneth Thompson. Miss Randall was pianist. Following the program the Aid served lunch to the choir. Jos. Krcbsbach Services Held— Funeral services were held in the Sacred Heart clmrcli a week ago Tuesday morning for Jos. Krebsbach, who died the preceding Saturday. He was born in Germany October 9, 1SG4, and came to the United States in 1802. He was married to Anna Schmidt May 11, 1SS7, and she died February 1(5, rJ32. He is survived by six children, Mrs. Prank Sanftner, Mrs. Severt Holm, Mrs. Harold Carr, and "Elizabeth, Jo'hn and Joseph. A brother Michael, also survives. Budial was made in the Sacred Heart cemetery. McDonalds Move (<> Town— Jack McDonald moved into the upstairs of the Gray property occupied by the Lawrnece Maynes last week Wednesday. The children going to school here arc Rose Marie, first grade; Denis, second; Joe and Billy, sixth; and Doris, eighth. Mary Ellen, who is a sophomore, stayed at Grant to finish the school year. Mrs. McDonald is to fliave thf postoft'ice here. Cnnhoard V'iro is 1'ut Out— Mrs. Lloyd Jorgenson was awakened last week Wednesday night by the smell of paper -burning,and a smoldering fire was discovered in the cupboard. They think it was started by mice chewing matches in a box there. Luckily it was discovered quickly, and the fire was easily extinguished. Edw. Halvorson Named Mayor— At the town election last week Monday Ed Halvorson was elected mayor" and the five councilmen' elected are D. A. Carpenter, Tice j Brack, L. W. Wiemer, H. D. Mayne, and James Welfare. Leon "Worden wa.s named assessor and Alvin Carpenter, treasurer. Lose in Sw-'Hiner Contest— Last week Wednesday afternoon Alvira Halvorson and Glen Lloyd went to Algona to take part in the spelling contest sponsored by the Des Moints Register. Alvira went down on the word mackerel. lumlertvjirten is Reopened— The kindergarten sponsored by the CVr'S was started again last Thursday. Alary Jane (Lewis, the teacher, has been at Cedar Falls the past six weeks getting special training for the work. Clumive in Creamery Help— Saturday was L. C. Strand's last day in the cooperative creamery here, and Lloyd Halvorson, of Graettinger, started work Monday. P. \V. Ki-ece Critically Sick— P. AV. Recce is seriously ill with •pneumonia, and has a trained nurse caring for him. Other Lcflyard News. Mrs. J C. Underkofler, of Britt, and daughter Audrey, who teaches at Newton, stopped 'here last week Tuesday, They were on their way home from Hutchinson, Minn., where they had visited Mrs. Underkofler's sister, Veronica Kennedy. The Fred Baumanns were in Mankato last week Tuesday. The Leon Wordens visited at Gene Worden's at Elmore last Thursday. The Julius Jensons, of Buffalo Center, spent last week "Wednesday at Glenn Yahnke's. Mr. Clanahan, relief agent at the Northwestern, spent Sunday at his home in Stratford. R. K. Canary, regular agent 'here, is still in California with his mother, who is in very poor health. Alice Dunham, fifth and sixth grade teacher, was unable to teach last week Monday, Tuesday, and part of "Wednesday because of a sinus infection. The Rev. Mr. Preston, of Dallas, Texas, gave an interesting talk to the high school students last week Wednesday forenoon. Mrs. Martha Gabel accompanied Mrs. Heitland, of Lakota, to Swea 'City last week Tuesday and visited at Victor Leland's. Mr. and Mrs. Ed MeGuire and son, who have been visiting at August Gelhaus's, deturned to Cedar 'Rapids Monday. Minerva Coleman, of Algona, spent last week at Clifton Engelby's, and they took her home Sunday. The Methodist Aid this week has 'been postponed. Mrs. €arl Burrows was unable to have the group. The Howard Jensens went to Jewell last week Wednesday for a few days visit with his parents. Beverly Wiese has been very ill •with the flu the past week and is under the care of a doctor. A 10-lto. daughter was born to the Herman Weavers last week Tuesday. Ex-Algonian of the 70's at Emmetsburg Still Living at 82 Last week's Emmetsburg Democrat announced the 82nd birthday of J. C. Bennett Friday, March 23. The event is of interest at Algona 'because Mr. Bennett once lived here. Born in England, Mr. Bennett canie to the U. -S. at 16, and Algona in 1SG9. He was already a printer, and 'he worked four years here for J. H Warren, publisher of the Upper Des Moines. 'He was married here December 6, 1879, to Sally Shea, who died in 1917. Mr. Bennett went to Emmetsburg in 1873 and was associated with newspapers there till 1S9S, when he retired. He ihas lived 61 years at Emmetsburg. He has never lost interest in Algona and has been a frequent visitor here. «• Chambers Announces For Representative Jdh.n A. Chambers,_ near Corwith, has announced candidacy for the republican nomination for representative in Hancock county. He was brought up in !Lu Verne township, Kossuth county, a mile west of Corwith, where he lived from 1SS4 till 1-2 years ago, when hei moved to a farm three miles east of Corwith. i ln 1907 he was graduated from the Ames state college. Tax Sale Flare-Up Feared at Spencer In Clay county the United farmers are active and belligerent. Recently they halted a farm sale near Spencer in which a bank was foreclosing a chattel mortgage. lLast week there was talk that they might attempt to halt the postponed delinquent tax sale Monday. Last year they appeared in force at the delinquent tax sale. Buys Summer Resort. Homer Altizer, (Lakota, has hougiht a summer resort consisting of a main building and four cabins on Bowstring Lake, 325 miles north of Lakota. He 'has named the n building lowana Wigwam. The lake is an offshoot of Big Win- jnie, and a public road to it has just been opened. • Doan Protrram Tonight. A program will be given at the Doan church tonight: music, the Martineks; humorous reading, Eleanor Kain; vocal solo, Rev. Fremont Faul; play, The New Minister Arrives. ADVANTAGE OF THE refrigerators in With Kelvinator's "4 refrigerators in 1" you can save money by buying your foods in quantity— at quantity prices. Plenty of space—a place for everything — and proper temperatures for the storage of various food products are features of the new Kelvinators. Come in for a demonstration. BEGGARS WILL BE REFERRED TO MAYOR DYE Swea City, Apr. 3—Monday evening at the Merchants' n.ssociatoin. a motion carried asking Swea City- ans when solicited for food or necessities to request applicant to first interview fllie mayor. If the mayor considers the person worthy he will be allowed to solicit for food, etc. iSeveral beggars about town lately have become impudent and abusive when denied, and it is believed i£ this plan is carried out the abuse will be corrected. Mayor J. M is prepared to enforce whatever regulations seem best, and in his long service as mayor and Justice of the peace he has acquired great experience in handling the problems of transients. Cantata Pleases Crowd— The community cantata, "The Resurrection and the Life," _ which was sung Sunday evening in the high school auditorium was given: to a packed house, antl was well received. (Rehearsals were held only two weeks, but the 50 men and women who took part were enthusiastic in their practice. Frances Dahl was accompanist, and Elma Berg, Mrs, A. 03. Tweeten, and_the Rev. Mr. McDowell were soloists. he (Rev. Frederick Clark, Water- oo, who is holding a series of \eetings in the Methodist church, ave a 16-minute stereopticon ser- non on the Life of Christ. )ye is Reelccted Mayor— The election last Monday brought ut a large vote. Jos. M. Dye was lected mayor over Sam Carter, vhose name had to be written in. Dye received 104 and Carter 64 otes. J. J. Anderson was elected reasurer, and L. C. Knutson, Fred Peterson, A. J. Christiansen, V. L. kelson, and P. J. Heiken were lected coundlmen. Knutson was igh man and Heiken low. Clare Jrickson was elected assessor. 'ana Meeting is Planned— This week Wednesday W. D. Gardner, representing the Central ooperative of South St. Paul, will peak to the farmers of the com- mnity on the 'livestock producer md the meat packer. The meet- ng will ibe held in the Legion hall. he local committee sponsoring the leeting is composed of Ole Kvams- ale, iFrank Jacobs, William Nel- Today or whenever yovi are making out your grocery order look (glance) through the list below, check off some of the real needs and real bargains, phone 290 or 291, or still better come in and see what you can buy At Always a big assortment of Crackers and Cookies Bulk or packages, vanilla Ava- fers, sugar and butter wafers, Saratoka flakes, Zwieback and Holland Rusk, cheese wafers and pretzel sticks are all household necessities nowadays. 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 easoning of all kinds, should )e in everybody's pantry or dtchen cabinet. Look at •our stock of spices, and the auces to be used for your resh fish, game, or meats. 'or instance, Kitchen Boquet, Lea and Perrins Orig- nal Worchestershire Sauce, nternational A-l Catsup, Cocktail, Barbeque and Mc- Ihinny Tobasco Sauce, Baby stuart French Dressing, Heartsuch's genuine Rock- 'ord Salad Dressing and oth- irs are all here. Do you make Chop Suey or ~5how Mein? We have all in- ;redients and also Chow Mein prepared (noodles free) rlow about Richelieu and Baby Stuart Jellies and Jams and all pure fruit preserves Opal Cake Flour 25c Iwansclown Cake Flour _80c ^oyal Baking Powder ___42c Measuring spoon FREE with the last two. Foster Furniture CO* 20th Anniversary KELVINATOR Baker's Premium Chocolate 1-2 Ib. bar 23c Hershey's Baking Chocolate, 1-2 Ib. bar I5c Baker's Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 Ib. boxes 18c Hershey's Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 Ib. box lOc 1 Ib. box ___18c Baby Stuart Cocoa, 2 Ib. box 25c Marshmalllows— • 6 1-2 and 8 oz. pkgs. __10c Bulk, the pound 15c Richelieu Jelly Powder, al flavors, pkg. 5* Ginger Ale and all frul juices are very present. popular a Don't Forget — Olives plain, stuffed, or ripe, swee and dill pickles, chow chow sweet relish and sandwich spread. Halligan's "Pure Quill" ant Crest" Coffees are the bes anywhere, and at Akre's Grocery son, and William Thompson. Clubs Plan for Federation— .Last week Tuesday a committee from the (Priscilla and Acorn clubs and the W. C. T. U. and Thursday club met at Wilfred Carlson's _to plan for the county (Federation meeting. (Present were the Mesdames Beemer, Hoelfsema, Mussman, Wortman and Williams, from Lalcota, and Warner, Warburton, Heiken, Kesler, and Carlson from Swea City. Students Hoturn to Schools^ .Lucille Thomson returned to her 1 school in Manchester Saturday; Oliver Anderson, (Jail Kesler, and iLucille Peterson returned to Minnesota State university; Dorothy Christiansen and Allan Poole to Coe; Harry Peterson to East High in Cedar Rapids, where he teaches. Bank Pays Ten Percent— The (Farmers 'Savings bank here paid a 10 per cent dividend Friday issuing checks for $14;500. /This is the second ten per cent paid, the first being paid May 1, 1932. H. V (Hull, hank examiner in charge, is 1 iere Wednesdays and Fridays, Former Tftndier Here Dleu-- Mrs. B. F. Rhodes returned last week from Arnold, Nel>., where she attended the funeral of her sister, Laura Peterson. Miss Peterson formerly taught here but at the time of her deatlh was librarian of the Finch Memorial library. Creamery Station Dropped— The creamery station operated by L. E. Poulton will toe abandoned and the cream received directly at the creamery. The directors voted this as an economy measure. Other Swea City. June Thomson last week installed a new Ouart permanent waving machine in her beauty parlor here. This is the latest type machine of its kind. * , . Wm. Morris is very sick at .nisi home in the north part ot town. Burt Wfostlors to D. Surt, Apr, 3—tdondit Bowie, coach, took four 6f his wrestlers to Des Moines Friday .to take part n an amateur wrestling match at the Y. M. C. A. Raymond Carter and Eddie Stewart each placed second in their classes. Willis Vogel and Merwyrl Bahling also took part. The Advance:— Carries a complete lino of office supplies. Arc prices arc tlio snino as any of llio out of town solicitors may give you, The with Mrs. Qi en " Ledyard Mrs. Wm. Garry's mother, Mrs. Walsh, and Katherine returned from (Rochester''last week. Paul Zielske's small daughter has been ill the past week with, pneumonia but is recovering. Willis Dyer, attending Iowa university, came home last Thursday for a week's vacation. Ray Marquis and Glen Beyse were in Emmetsburg last week Tuesday. Mrs. A. E. 'Launtzen. entertained the Sewing club last week Tuesday evening. The Leon Wordens spent Sunday #fe<^^¥«i^*.'(^---^..^ r> .-.>• -.'.•• :•;.- •••' ••'-'.- ' • •'-.'•• MAKE THE D-X MILEAGE This sensational money-back guarantee is made possible because D-X is entirely different from ordinary gasoline. It is a lubricating motor fuel. . . made by an exclusive and patented process. D-X provides lubrication to valves, pistons, rings, upper cylinder walls . . . makes motors run faster and smoother with logical increases in miles per gallon. The D-X Mileage Test is a daring challenge backed by a genuine money-back guarantee bond, under which you are the sole judge of D-X performance and value. 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