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

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 12, 1934
Page 12
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PAGE FOUR THURSDAY, APR IL „ , •••••>M^^^^__^___ I Your Car Represents An Investment That DESERVES PROTECTION HINK how much money you have in your car. It deserves the protection of Firestone Specialiied Lubrication. We use seven different kinds of lubricants, each one especially prepared to thoroughly lubricate a particular fitting. THAT is WHY you get better car performance —less expense and trouble—when you use Firestone Specialized Lubrication regularly. GIVE US A TRIAL -—you will like to do business here—our men are skilled, experienced, courteous. A satisfactory lubrication at moderate cost. I T We Call For and Deliver Your Car PAYS TO USE SPECIALIZED LUBRICATION REGULARLY MOST $ CARS Change Grease Now You should have the transmission and differential grease changed now to summer grade; also clean and repair the front wheel bearings before they cause trouble. 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There's no need to compromise ... no need to sacrifice a single important feature to get another. Westinghouse has them all in its list of rfua/-advantages! Investigate today! FREE! A BOOKLET THAT WILL SAVE YOU MONEY Please send a copy of the De Luxe Booklet describin" Dual- uulonuiUc Kefrij-eration, and explaining the inoney'-savine features of the Westiughouse. Name Address.. City ..State.. Pratt Electric Co. Phone 170 — Algona Use Advance - , — •— ' —' ' '—' ... , .^^ • —^^ Burt Glee Club Rated Excellent in District Music Cont FORTY PUPILS TO AMES FOR MUSIC EVENT Officers are Elected for Four Corners M.&D.Club and Four Corners. Apr. in—The F. C. Mothers & EXiusrhteivs club met last Thursday with Mrs. Hcna CrulK- sluink. ;iiul tJio moot Ins -was opened with America the Hctvutltul, roll call bolnjr jxnsv/ered with names of Burt, Apr. 10—Forty boys girls, members of the girls' glee i native birds and ruble verges. A pin- iclub and mixed chorus, went to]" 0 ^ w:ls l> la ^ b v ' Mre ; Eula l . , . . , . • », Rich, and a paper on Hie origin of j Ames Saturday to take part in the.,^..^, %TOS mul by Mrj . j<v S <,i L , |district music contest being held | Mitchell. Officers were elected: Mrs. there. The Glee club received ajtVavl Potter, president; .Mrs. Alice ranking of excellent and the mixed! Ditsworih. vice; Evelyn Niokereon. i chorus was rated good. S uperin-i sc - orctar i'" tl ' £>asurel " Mrs - Alta 'tendent AVeir, S. J. Fardal, Couditi mau «ssl°«a.nt: calendar committee, Bowie, G. J. F Vogcl, P. F. Kriethe, j ^f; Jos<? " h Blbert ' Mrs - ' Verla TJ ° W Mrs. C. AY. Patterson, and Myron j" Chipmau furnished cars to trans-1 port the young people. Dorothy] man, Mre. ]<kltra MHchell; flower committee, Mrs. Eula Rich and Mrs. Loretta 'Broestler: reporter, •Brooke, who was to have played a!^" 6 ^ 11 ' Th ° nos * mccttnB j violin solo Friday, was unable to go ion account of sickness. , lolet Entertain for Mrs. Sauermnii— j airs. D. L. McDonald and Mrs. K. J. Smith entertained at a bridge : party at Wednesday the McDonald home afternoon in honor of Mrs. H. L. Sauernian, who is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Staehle. Mrs. C. \V. Patterson received the prize for | high score in contract bridge, Mrs. C. C. Smith for high score in auc- Ition bridge, 'Mrs. J. G. McDonald the traveling prize, and Mrs. Sauerman the guest prize. The other guests were Mrs. Maude Hanna, Mrs. W. A. MacArtUur, Mrs. P. F. Kriethe, Mrs. Al Staehle, Mrs. W. 'T. Peters, Mrs. L A. Boetcher, Mrs. F. L. Pratt. rn , on NO§ The Union Ts'o. 7 P. T. A. met Friday nl^ht with iMr. and Jlrs. Loyd Gross, 38 present, 'and roll call was answered with nvinlitlcations o£ a good citizen. Mrs. Reiui Cruiksh'ank and Mrs. Eklna Miitchell gave reports of a district p. T. A. meeting at Fort Dodge, March flG, and a. paper on Home, .the Power House was read by Mrs. Olara Drayton, E. A. Genrioh sang: solos, playing his own guitar accompaniment, ami Leo Sabin played accordlan music. A talk was given on the Passion F. 0. Stows Wed 30 Years— A group of relatives surprised Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Stow Wednesday evening by going .to their home to ielp them celebrate their 33rd wedding anniversary. The guests were the J. P. Stows, J. D. Grahams, J. G. Bewicks, C. L,. and Bernard •Puelps families, Mrs. Anna Stow, and Mrs. Paul Moore. The guests presented the Stows with congoleuan rug. a large P.-T. A. Will See 3Iovies— The P.-T. A. will meet Thursday evening at the Beltone theater. There will be educational movies shown. Mrs. H. A. Thompson will read a paper on The Effect of Movies on the Junior High Pupils. N. I. Morness, proprietor of the Bel- tone theater, will give a talk on Who is Responsible for Good 'and Bad Movies. Xelsons Quarantined Again— The Henry A'elson family were quarantined Monday ior scarlet fever. Ttiie little daughter Leota is tbe patient. Two of the other Nelson children had the disease a few weeks ago and the family have only jeen out of .quarantine two or three weeks. Breakfast for Women Given- Mrs. W. T. Peters entertained the following ladies at a breakfast Friday morning: Mrs. W. A. MacAr- :hur, Mrs. F. L. Pratt, and her sis- ;er, Buma Duckmanton, Mrs. H. L. Sauerman, Mrs. D. L. and Mrs. K. J. Smith. BOY SCOUTS ATTITONKA GIVEPROGRAM Titonka, Apr. 10—The boy scouts gave a program at the H. S. auditorium Friday night and charged admis- teions of 25c ana 15c to earn money. The prog-ram follows; short play by Arthur Askin, Harold Krantz, Roger Jjarson, Donald Callies and Merlin Isenbrand; two numbers by the Doan orchestra; saxaphone solo by Clarence Cooper; duet by Mildred and Feme Krantz; another short play Wfliere is Elmer? In this were Sherman Kelley, RusseHl French, Watson Hamstreet, Arthur Boyken, and Junior Hanson, A chalk talk was given by ithe Rev. Fremont Faul, and lunch was served. The plays were directed by Aliens Johnson. Dr. L. B. Hanson In A'isit— Dr. L. B. Hansen, who 'had been at a CCC camp near Portland, Ore., but was driving to Chicago with 480 men spent tlhe week-end with relatives and old friends there. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Callies met him at Brit/t Friday, and took him back to tJhat point Saturday. He was formerly oC Titonka and attended school here. McDonald, "Wusical Festival Called Off— The N. W. Iowa musical festival, which was to have been lield at Storm Lake next Sunday and in which the Burt Methodist choir had expected to take part, lias been ailed off for this year. Play to be Repeated— The cast of The 'Lost Church will go to Good Hope Sunday even- ng to give the play there. T,he play was given here a week ago under ;he auspices of the Woman's Home Missionary Society. dirt's Tonsils Are Reiuoyed— iNelda Valentine had her tonsils removed at an Algona hospital last vveek Tuesday. She is having a vacation from her school work for a few days. Pneumonia Patient Improved— Rodney Giddings, who has been very ill with pneumonia, is much, improved. His brother Gordon is now quite ill with it. Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott were hosts at a card party last week Tuesday evening. The guests were the Messrs, and Mesdames John Long Jr., Roy Ringsdorf, Jess Dugan, 'L. H. Schenck, C. L. Holding, F. A. Ringsdorf, W. L. Stott, C. E. Sigsbee, Tom Trenary, R. F. Bl- vidge, R. is. John. Brna and Lorena Peterson drove to Grinnell Friday evening and visited until Sunday at the home of their cousin, Mrs. Earl Girton. Mrs. Gertie Thompson, who has spending the winter with been her daughter, Mrs. Girton, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Trainer and daughter Patty went to Sparta, Wis., Saturday, where they visited Mrs. Trainer's parents until Sunday. They brought home with them Mrs. Trainer's twin sister, Mae Spradling, who will spend several weeks here. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Allen and two children, Iowa Falls, spent the week-end with Edwin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Allen. The Elmer Kienitz's, Lakota, and the Clifford Holdings were also Sunday guests at the Allen home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clark spent the week-end with Mrs. Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Graham, who toad toeen spending a couple of weeks at the Clark home. The Leo Foxes were also Sunday guests at the Graham home. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Ryerson were hosts at a dinner Friday at which the guests were the Rev. 'and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell, Mrs. Annie Hawcott and daughter ILulu, Selina Clifton, Mrs. Ida Anderson and the F. L. Ryersons. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. MacArthur visited Sunday afternoon at the N. A. Whitehurst home at Blue Earth. Minn. The Wbitehurets formerly lived in Burt. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Knoll were Sunday dinner guests at the Rev. C. B. Mitchell home, and the two families visited a son of the Mitch- MctlKxlist \V. II. H. S. Meets— The Methodist AV. H. M. S. met with «llrs. Edw. Zweifel Friday, with Mrs. Firemont Faul as leader. Tttie lesson was on T.he Lighted Highway. Attending: Mrs. Camilla Cooper, Mrs. Ray Hansen, airs. L. I-Ieifner, Mrs. Ray Oesterreidhea-, ells at Buffalo Center in the 'afternoon. Margaret Morness went to Minneapolis Saturday to visit over the week-end with her friend, Virginia Thaves, who is taking a course in jeauty culture there. Mrs. V. A. Smith and two children left Friday for their .home in Milwaukee 'after spending ten days with Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Grover. Mrs. Bertha Duckmanton, of Ellsworth, and her daughter Buma, Waukegan, 111., came last week Tuesday for a week's visit at the F. L. Pratt home. The Portland Progress club will meet next week Thursday at Mrs. G. O. McFarland's, with Mrs. G. C. Hood and Mrs. Waif Waltman as assistant hostess. The Epworth (League held a doughnut sale Saturday. The young people made and sold more than 50 dozen doughnuts, which were of excellent quality. Myron Sanderson, who came home a week ago from Lehigh, where he has ibeen with the OCC, is now working lor Mike Arendt. Senator G. W. Patterson was a Des Moines visitor Saturday. His daughter Virginia and Mary Ann Smith accompanied him. The [Rev. L. Richmann is attending a Lutheran conference at Fairville Tuesday, Wednesday, end Thursday of this week. The P. A. Loofts spent Sunday with Mr. Looft's parents at Swea City, helping them celebrate their wedding anniversary. Arthur Mitchell, Morningside college student, spent the week-end with his parents, the Rev. and Mrs C. (B, Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gross, Lone Rock, and R. F. Hawcott were Sunday dinner guests at the Clara Shaw home. The C. I. Mansmiths visited at the home of their daughter, (Mrs. Dorsay, at Ledyard, Sunday. The Roy Ringsdorfs and Kenneth White were Sunday dinner guests at the Will Ringsdorf home. Howard Chipman, Mason City, spent the week-end at the home of his father, E. 0. Chipman. Mrs. Lillian Sigler, Katherine and Edwin Manus were Fort Dodge visitors Saturday. The Queen Esther Circle will meet this evening at Maytoelle Gray's home. Mrs. Anna Ambrose, Des Moines came Monday for a visit with Burt relatives. Al Staehle went to Mitchell, S D., Sunday, where he will transact business. The Will Larsens, Britt, visited Sunday at the C. L. Holding home. Several cases of measles .broke out in school last week. play by Mr. Op.nrlch. The next mee't. ling will bo with Mr. and Mrs. Noble Mitchell. Other Four Corners. Mrs.- Fern Hilling, Britt, spent last week Wednesday w!,th flieir parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. J, P. NJckcrson, ti.nd Lileo visited >tlhe Louis Ijowmans. Tho Aeljel't Meyers family, Klngsted, spent Saturday with the Nlokersons and shopped at Algona. Loona, daughter oC a\Ir. and Mrs. Albert Walker, was labed several days last week, und'Bdna Walker, who was worfldng for the Mant Elmores, was called home to lielp with itho housework. The Cacil Bjustroms and tlhe Orvillo Holdrens were Sunday dinner fruests of >Mio Arch Walkers, and the Lewis Broesders spent Sumllay with the Everett JJroesdens, near Good Hope. Tho John Gettmans, Mason CU'ty, were gtitests o£ tlho JWm Sabins Friday night, and attended tine Loyd Gross parent-teacher meeting. Durwood, eon of Mrs. Pearl (Potter, was taken.' to the Kossuth hospital for treatment itwo days last week. Mrs. E. A. G-enrieh, Algonta, was a guest at supper at the Loyd Gro&s home Friday. The Hobanton ball team practiced Sunday ait Venn Teeter's. Mrs. William Schram, Bernard Thompson.. and Mrs. Shower Honors Magdalene Sartor— A surprise sihower was given Friday aright dn -honor of Magdalene Sartor, who will be married soon to John (Bleich. she received many gifts, including $s in money and a piece of -furniture. There were 150 in attendance at the event. Gypsies Told to Move On— Thirteen cars oE gypsies ilrove through town north Sunday. They Stopped near a gas staition here, but were not given a chance to stay, for Constable Rickleffs chased them out of town. To Tench Doan School— Violet Slack will iteach the Doan school, southwest of town, next year. Mrs, Howard Aindrowa has been 'teaching there two years. Erward CftlliCB Homo Agntn— •Edw. Callies, who hold spent is"ome 'months at Hot Springs, S. D., In ilho (interest of ihls health, returned last Thursday. He ds Improved. TITONKA NEWS Myr.tlo Ania, Florence Bacon, Ctelre I-Ielfnw, and Woodvow Peterson entertained their bridge club n,t Eric Peterson's last week Tuesday n.lghit. Tho travel prize was Won by Doyle Craven. Guests were Leo Ortlhol, Log Angeles, Kenneth Larson, and Faye Randolph, Watertown S. D. Faye Randolph, Watertown, S. D., w'ho 'has been nit Eric Peterson's a month, planned. .to go 'home this week Tuesday. She was to be 'taken to Esthervllle, wlhere slro was to continue the •trip by train. Arthur Jay Endlong and Phydells Peterson drove to Cladon Saturday for tho week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Ke.milt Leu-son. Kermlt formerly attended school hero with Arthur Jay and Phydelds. Mrs. Charles Relhsamon and Mrs. Elsie Hart, who spent ladt wedk with relatives aJt T>&3 Moines nmd with' tihe Glenn Rlebsamens, Mor- shalltown, returned Sunday. Russell Thompson, Iowa Falls, brb- ther of Bernard, south of town, spent Sunday here. Ho will return In two weeks to spend the summer working for Bernard. Mrs. Rose Plumb, who was at the Bnrlett homo, will now caro for Mrs. George Fox nt the latter's home. Mrs. Fox has been slick at the Fred Wcnitz 'home. Mr. and Mns. W. A. Stoutenburg and the Harold Jones fniirlly, west of Burt, wert Sunday dinner guests at Roy Budlong's, south of town. Kcinneth Larson, ilils mother, Mrs. L. 03. Larson, and Mns. Raymtond Bonacker were Mason Ci,ty shoppers Saturday. E. O. Stock, Elinore, Minn., land rion Nell, who g'oes to sdhool at Lakota, were Titonka callers Monday. Herman IBantolt and Fred Herman, and August Bartolt, of Grimes, spent Sunday with relatives 'here. Dorothy Nelson, Clear Laike, has been visiting her uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Hamstreet, TRACTOI FUEL Just received a ca tractor fuel. P *l«s Sales Ta Also Oil Grease Kcro CITY SERVICE Company Phone 424 A. 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