Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1934 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 12, 1934
Page 10
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^ in 'AGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA THURSDAY. REDUCE household expenses THIS EASY WAY ProvideyourhomewithaKelvinatorand take advantage of its ample storage space and its scientifically proper cooling for each typeof food. Youwillbe able to buy in money-saving quantities when prices are lowest-and with no fear of spoilage. Isn'tthatan item worth considering? "4 REFRIGERATORS IN One for safe preservation of food; one for below freezing temperatures, where meats may be kept indefinitely; one for emergency fast freezing; another for quantities of frozen salads or desserts. Furniture Store —on— • You can now secure a loan of $300.00 or less at our new low monthly rate. Our new plan will mean a substantial saving to you. The Federal offers you the most complete loan service in the State. No delay. Reduced monthly payments. A loan plan can be arranged to suit your needs. TVHY PAY MORE THAN OUR NEW LOW RATES? If you need money for any purpose see PHONE 125 Hepresenting FEDERAL FINANCE CO. ALGONA DES MODTES You can do this by using PAINT THIS SPRING We have a paint for every use. We have a complete stock of paints, and varnishes. Annual Meeting of Church at Lone Rock Held OFFICERS ARE ELECTED FOR ENSUING YEAR Lone Rock, Apr. 10—The annual congregational meeting was held ,ast week Tuesday evening at the church, with the Rev. S. M. Gladstone as dliairnian and N. L. Cot- ion as secretary. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved, and reports were given by Mr. Cotton, treasurer; Neva Thompson, Sunday school treasurer; Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Mite society treasurer; Cleo Hobson, Christian Endeavor; (Mervin Christenson, assistant to treasurer; and Lillian Angus, Cradle Roll superintendent. Officers were elected: trustees Cor three years, Charles Osborn, Ledyard B. B. Boys & Dads Banquet Guests of Mothers Eugene 'Hofius; treasurer, Mr. Cotton; secretary to treasurer, Mervin Cliristenson; church pianist, Mrs. P. M. Cliristenson; assistant, Ersel Blanchard; ushers, Mervin Cliristenson and William Hobson, choir leader, Mrs. Will Cliristen- son ; Sunday school officers—superintendent, P. 'M. Cliristenson; assistant, Will Cliristenson; secretary, Neva Thompson; pianist, Margaret Gladstone; assistant, Coila Jane Hollister; Cradle Holl superintendent, Lillian Angus. On ballot it was voted to Qiave tho summer preaching services at 10 if it can be so arranged with Ringsted. A rising vote of thanks was tendered to L. B Hollister for his many and faithful services as Lertyard, Apr. 10—Members of the hoys' 'basketball team and their fathers were served a 6:30 dinner last Thursday evening by the boys' mothers. The menu included escalloped potatoes, baked ham, Boston baked beans, vegetable salad, rolls, pickles, Jelly, cherry pie a la cream and coffee. Mr. Lauritzen as toastmaster introduced James Logan, who spoke on Trips to Algona, Mason City, nnd Cedar Falls, and William Barnes, who spoke on Playing the Game. Music was furnished by Kenneth Thompson , Tilmer Halvorson and James Logan, Edith Logan gave a reading and the Rev. Mr. Depping read a poem. The Rev. C. Paul Carlson and Edw. Sheehan, Algona, were speakers of the evening. 3Irs. Steinberg Very Sick- Mrs. Carrie Steinberg was very ill last week. All-of >her children were home last week Tuesday, including Mrs. Roscoe OVIayne, Armstrong, and Joe Steinberg and family, of Garner. Her sister-in-law, Mrs. Ben Steinberg, Buffalo Center, was here too. Mrs. Steinberg is much improved at this writing. W. F. M. S. Meets-i Mrs. Glen Yahnke entertained the W. F. M. S. Friday. Mrs. Niester led the devotional services, anc special reports were given by _the Mesdames Joe Mayne, Roy Link William Knoner, D. 'B, Mayer, and H. D. 'Mayne. The "annuity plan' was presented 'by (Mrs. Johnson. Sunday school superintendent many years. for Mothers Club Has Program— The Mothers club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. N. L. Cotton, Mrs. Calvin Householder assisting. Two new members were received. 'Scripture was read by Mrs. Cotton, followed by the Lord's Prayer, and roll call was answered with household hints or signs of spring. Mrs. R. L. Padgett read a paper on Learning to be Friends, and Mrs. Glenn Sharp gave a talk on how to succeed as a mother. The meeting will be with Mrs. next Fred enamels, Botsford Lumber Co. JIM POOL, Mg-r. Phono 256 Genrich, Mrs. V. V. Frye assisting, and roll call will 'be answered toy mothers' sayings or childhood memories of mothers. Presbyterian Ministers Meet-: The county Presbyterian, minis- eiial association met at the Kev. ind airs. S. M. Gladstone's last veek Tuesday, and attending were the Rev. and Mrs. C. Paul 'Carlson ind the 'Rev. A. English and his laughter, Mrs. Casey Loss, all of Algona, the Rev. and Mrs. 0. H. Frerking, Lakota, the Rev. and Mrs. Archibald Conda, West Bend, and the Rev. and Mrs. S. (H. Aten, Burt, Dinner was served toy Mrs. Gladstone. Mite Society Committees Named— The Mite society met last Thursday with 'Mrs. Harry Hobson, new officers in charge. Mrs. A A. Krueger and Mrs. W. G. Flaig were appointed flower committee; Mrs. N. L. Cotton, Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, and Mrs. Lillie Thompson, committee on the re-papering church. The next meeting will be with Mrs. L. E. Godfrey. Destructive Fire Reported— 'Ray "Wentworth went to his brother James' at Buffalo Centei last week Monday nig.lit. His brother recently suffered a great loss by fire. The barn burned and 17 iheac o£ cattle, 2 horses, a milking machine, and harness were lost* Ralph Olson Loses Mother— .Ralph Olson was called to Ellsworth last week Monday clue to serious illness of his mother. She passed away late that night. Funeral services were held Thursday and the Olsons returned home Friday. Seniors Pick Class Play— The seniors have chosen their class play and ordered the hooks. It is Oh, Professor, and has a cast of 12 characters. Other Leflynrd News. The George Thompsons spent the week-end at Sioux City with their son Milton and wife. Milton is vorking for the Standard Oil Co., ind his wife for tho Declamation Co. (Mrs. Cecil Peterson accornpan- ed them as far as SanJborn to visit 'datives. Last week Wednesday Mrs. Laura \iester, Mrs. H. D. Ma.yne, and Mrs. D. B. Mayer were guests _ of ;he Lakota Lutheran Aid meeting at Mrs. L. A. Nitz's. Thomas Edwards, now of Mason jity, 'but a former superintendent of schools here, called on friends last week Wednesday. Mrs. William Brandt, of Hubbard, and daughter visited the parental August Knoners and other relatives last week. Ruth Jones and Adelaide Randall spent the week-end at Algona and Juanita Underkofler at Britt. Mrs. Joe Mayne entertained the Grant Methodist Aid at a quilting party last week Wednesday. 'Richard Zielske, Mrs. Alfred Zielske, and Marjorie Matzener were in Algona Monday. Mrs. J. A. Devine, Bancroft, visited her sister, Mrs. Jack McDonald, Sunday. Mrs. J. J. Rink was taken ill Saturday night, and Doctor SommerS was called. Mrs. Braner and Minnie attended the funeral of H. Gruen at Burt Saturday. The Clifton Engelbys spent Sun- itlco Sunday and promises many fast games ithls y«ir. Other St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dieter, Weeit Bend, visited relatives hero Sunday Jacob Dieter, Wheaton, Ill. ( camo recently to spend Home time ait tho JoHm and Joseph Becker's and wfth other relatives here. Mr. and Mm. Clarence Kramer drove to Olaremont, Minn., last Thursday to itako 'homo Mrs. 'Kramer's sister, Occolila Phillips, after several weeks here.. The Kramers returned Sunday. It was erroneously said in' last week's St. Joe news items that Mr. and Mrs. Honry KohHiaae >havo five boys beslides their new daughter. Tlie KclMhoases Jiavo three boys iwid a girl. Edward Booker and Florence Josal left early this week for their homes ait Jamestown, N. D., after several weeks with Mr. Becker's parents, Mr. and Mns. Joseph Becker. Nick N. Thllffes and Frel Illff, accompanied by M. P. ChrlatenBen and J. M. Patterson, Algona, drove o Dos Moines last Week Wednesday to attend a dairy conference. Hllbort, 'Pocahonitas, came day with the Ed Campbells, near Seneca. The V. Barrett's 'spent tlie weekend at Chester with Mr. Barrett's father. The Jerry Sullvans spent Sunday with her parents at Wliitte- more. ketball tooys and girls Friday evening. Other Lone Rock. The Orville Rosendahls, Super- Doris IHanclinril Ten; Party- Mrs. J. M. Blanchard entertained for her daughter Doris Mae Saturday in honor of the latter's tenth ibirthday. Attending: Eunice Priehe, 'Lucille Genrich, Vuanita Wegener, Lora Belle Householder, Viola Sprank, Mary Ann Flaig, Maxine Simpson, "Wihna Marlow, Dorothy Jensen, and Mary Hofius. Jane Mariefa Cliristenson Has Operation P. M. Cliristenson made a tousi- ness trip to Mason City last week Tuesday, and in the evening, accompanied 'by Rev. S. M. Gladstone, he drove to Des Moines. Mr. Christenson's daughter Marieta underwent an enucleation at a Des Moines hospital last week Wednesday and is doing well. Householders S3 Years "Wed— Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Householder entertained their children and the families last week Tuesday evening in honor of their 32nd wedding anniversary. Attending: the Calvin Householders, the Ralph Ried- els, Fenton, Florence (Householder, and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard. ior, came Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. William Krause, and Mrs. Krause went back with them Sunday Ior a week's visit. Other guests at tlie Krause home Sunday were the Forrest Rouses, Ayrshire, and the Frank Claytons and John Monroe, Charles City. Misses Whitney and Warner, teachers in the Burt school, were, Sunday callers at Geo. C. Hanna's, and the Hannas entertained as Sunday evening dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Scankowitz, Chicago, and the Oelbert Hanuas. Mr. and Mrs. Scankowitz left Monday evening for home. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan, Algona, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton, and attended servcies at the Methodist church, •Swea City, where the Rev. F. J. Clark, former Algona Congregational minister, preached. The Geo. C. (Hannas report an excellent flock of White Rock chicks. Up to date they have lost only two out of 700 purchased. The chicks are a little more than two weeks old. They are fed Felco starting mash. Mr. and Mrs. "William Dehnert, son Leon, daughter Florence, and Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Willson, all of Algona, and the Edward Haupt- mans, Corwith, were Sunday dinner guests of the Roy Jensens. The William Sanders family, of Swea City, were last week Wednesday guests at the Otis Sanders home, and Sunday guests were the Arnold Sanders family and Mrs. Riddle, all of Lu Verne. Clarence Macumtoer, accompanied toy iMerton Bloodgood, Sac City, both stationed in the CCC at the ST, JOE GIRL AND BOY ARE WEDNESDAY 'St. Joe, Apr. 11—ThBs week Tu day morning at the St. Joseph Catholic church took place the marl-last of Laura, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Hilbent, to Herman, eld est son of Sir. and Mrs. Jobii Becker, ,tho Rev. George Theobald of GROCERY Week-End Specials String Beans, 3 for_ 25c Starch, Ldry., pkg. __(ic Lard, best, 3 Ibs. ___2i>c Soap, Ldry., 5 for __14c Oatmeal, Ige., 2 for -23d Milk, lr£ 3 for l(5c Mustard, qt. 13c Cheese, cream, Ib. __lSc Coffee, Ib. ISc Tea, green, Ib. 25c No. 10 Tears 3'Jc Corn, can Gc Pork and Beans 5c Tomatoes (jc Pumpkin ; 5c Flour, 24 Ib. 79c. Potatoes, peck 23c If. Bran, 2 for 15c K. Corn Flakes, 2 for l»c Pickles, qt: dill 18c Pickles, qt. sweet 23c Matches, G for 21c Macaroni, pkg. 5c Peanut Butter, qt. __23c Party Honors Spelling Champ— Leone SandscJhulte, No. 7 Seneca teacher, and her pupils gave Marjorio Jensen, former pupil there, a surprise party last Thursday evening in honor of her winning fii-st in the county spelling contest. They also presented a gift. Mrs. Householder's Father Sick— Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Householder, son Everett, and Mr. and Mrs. William Barker, Swea City, drove to Cedar Rapids last Thursday, called by news of the sickness of Mrs. Householder's father, Thomas McGowan. Takes Job as Stenographer- Gladys Steljritz, of the Hamilton business college, Mason City, spent the week-end at the Mrs. Kate 'Hawks home. She started work Monday morning in the law offices of 'Lowe & Harrington, Algona. Wm. Korris, Swea City, Hies— Mrs, Carl Rath's grandfather, Dolliver state park, Lehigh, spent the week-end at F. E. Macuinber's. Mrs. Anna Newbrough, of Humboldt, son Donald, and Robert Binzen, Joliet, 111., spent Sunday at Ralph Thompson's. Mr. Binzen is staying at the Newhrough home. Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Stengel Carroll, spent last week-end at William Nelson's. Mrs. Stengel formerly Lillian -Nelson, is E daughter of the Nelsons. The Sewing Circle meets this week Thursday evening with Mrs Arthur Priehe; the 'Friday club will- Mrs. Glenn Sharp, Mrs. Fred •Genrich assisting. 'Ruth Krueger, Burt, visited hei sister, Mrs. Charles Morris, from last Thursday till Sunday. Ernest Krueger, Burt, was a Sunday din ner guest. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sharp, Del bert Sharp, Mrs. Alex Krueger Dick O'Donnell, and Rudolph Fisc-h er spent last Thursday at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. AV. J. Cotton at tended a hatchers' association codi meeting of the northwest Iowa dis trict at Fort Dodge last Thursda; evening. The J. M. Blanchards, Chestei Alme, and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard spent Sunday at th John Sones home, south of Suther land, Clean Cotton Rags Wanted William Morris, died Jast week! Monday at Swea City, and the funeral was held Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Norris had recently celebrated their golden wedding. Dance for ]Jerneyc« Jtoderick— A dance was given at E. C. Bierstedt's Saturday evening in honor of Berneyce Roderick, who soon leaves to take a nursing course at Des Moines. Forty attended. Presbyterian Bally Planned— The Rev. S. M. Gl«dstone attended a county Presbyterian meeting at Wesley Friday evening. It was decided to hold a county rally day in four weeks at Lakota. Faculty und B. B. Banquet— The Home Economics class entertained the faculty and the bas- MY. anil Mrs. William Davison, o Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Dransfeldt were Friday evenin = dinner guests at L. R. Roderick's Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sprank at tended the funeral of Mrs. Richar Walsh, Fonda, one day last week. Robert Dransfeldt, and Margare and Berneyce Roderick spent las week Wednesday at Mason City. Charles Hawks, Spirit Lake •spent last Thursday and Friday a the Mrs. Kate Hawks home. The Fred Genriches visited Sun day at the F. L. and W. D. Hauck homes, 'Hunvboldt. The Christian Endeavor met las week Monday evening, Mrs. Myrl Milligan, leader, Mrs. Harry Rahn has been sick week at her home south of town. Mervin Christenson purchased new Chevrolet coach last week. Thursday afternoon ot N. J. Wey- dert'9, Algona. Matt iBotimann, S't Benedict, and Ills *fons spent Sunday afternoton ait William Hammer's. Father Francis Illg, OranvlUe, visited relatives and part of last week. The Joihn \Vi wero visitors at Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. gona, were visitors n,V»" Sunday. att Tho Jack Dovlnos Sunday hore, Enjoy this special blend JAPAK "Fresh from the Gardens'' Saturday 'night for a few days at tho parental Mabt Hubert's. She H return to her work late ithla week. Olr. and Mrs. John Hilbert, near Oorwlt'h, viisited relaitdvts here Sunday. The Frank (Burkes, Whitte- morc, spent the day at Matit Faber's Mrs. M. Hanlfan and Thoniias spent the week-end wltlh the son Bernard and hJs wife, south of Liv- rmore. Mr. and Mrs. John Bormann have returned from Earllng, where they attended the funeral oC a TO! ative. Tho John TJillls and the Nick Eedings, Whltiteanore, were Sunday evening visitors at Mrs. Lu'cy Wagner's. Mr. and Mrs. John Reillng di'ove to Carroll laslt week Monday to visit relatives, returning Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hanifan, Ltivermoi-e, spent Sunday with. the former's motiher, Mrs.. M. Hanifan. Mrs. Adolph Furhman and Mrs. Charles (Plajthe were business callers at West Bend last Thursday. Mrs. Tom Devine spent several days last -\veok with her mother and sister at Eagle Grove. A considerable number have been having sore throats and gland troubles In tlio last two weeks. The Frank Bormanns spent last The Advance;— Docs mimeographing that can hardly be told from Uie original typed copy. You \yill bo amazed at the superior work douo at such reasonable price. flclating. The bride wore an ankle-JengWi wMte satin wedding gown, cap shap ed veil, and matching accessories nd carried a bouquet of carnations ho was aittended by her twin sis er Dora, who wore a pink crepe ress and whit© accessories and car- led a bouo.net 'o£ snapdragons. The riclegro'om. was attended by his rather Julius. The bride was graduated from the Igona high school in 1930, and for he last 3 years has 'taught rural choofls In. 'this vicinity. A reception was given for the lewlyweds at the bride's parental lomo to 55 relatives, and invitations vere 'issued to 300 friends by tlie ouple for a dance at the biver- noro hall tho same evening. A Britt ichOEitra. furnished music. After a short weddilng trip the ouple will be at home, after May 1, m the Dunphy farm, north of Liver, nore. Comedy Is Big Success— A tihrec-act comedy Safety First, ,\'{IK givenj Saitiu-day and Sunday lights by St. Joe. young people at •he Liven-more high school building, iKl was well attended both nights. The cast follows; Jack Montgomery, ,-oung 'husband, Aloysius Gales; Mabel Montgomery, Jack's wife, iertha Thul; Mary Aim O'Fi<nnerty, [rish cook, Olivia Gales; . Elmer Flannel, awfully shrinking, Julius Becker; Virginia Bridged-, Mabel's young sister, Allda Tlvilges; Abou Ben fllocha. Terrible Turk, OrviHe Wagner; Mrs. Bariington Bridger, the girl's Mamma, Marianne De- Vino; Jerry Arnold, unsuccessful fixer, Frank Ileding; Mr. McNutt, u, defective ddlet-tlvo, JOG Schocl; a tender Turkish maiden, ICmma Becker. The play was directed by Aloysius Gales under tho nup. ervision of tho Hev.. Georgs Theobald. There were specialties between acts. Shower Honors Week's Bride — A miscellaneous and grocery prenuptial shower was given at the St. Jobeph parish hall Sunday honoring Laura unbent. The aflternoon was spent ajt cards. There were 21 tables, o£ 500, and the high score was won by Mrs. Henry Thilges. There were tables of bridge, and the higl score was won by Mrs. George Len- A door prize was given to Agatha Thilges. Lunch was served College Students Go Nluholus Becker returned to Ills school duties at Trinity college, Sioux City, las-it week Tuesday, aftoi an Easter vacation with tlie home folks. His broilers Lawrence anc Eugene Thul took him. and two stu- from Pocahontaa back. Daughter for 1'cter Krpeldlngs— UelU'tivta here havo received wora of the arrival of a daughter at Mr. and Mre. Peter Erpelding's nt-oi- Algona, Saturday. They have t\vp otlior childi-en, both boys. Matt Zlcmct; Here Again— Maitt Ziemet, wlio had lor one and ft half years been at Tul-sa, La, re -turned recently and will ba employ od on a farm near WhJfctemore thU summer. William Reding to KothcsU'r— Mr. and Mrs. William Reding l~. 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