Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1934 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH nnttNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, IOWA. THURSDAY. APmr: HB g BBBBBIHIHHBIBBn ^^^ H ^ GLA REPLACEMENT SERVICE — We replace broken glass on all makes of cars Avhlle you wait. Model A Windshield $3.00 installed JOE GREENBERG We Specialize in Dwelling and Household Goods Automobile Liability and Collision Insurance. Iowa Motor Road Service Included. Long Haul Truckers and Cargo Insurance. Iowa and Minnesota legal requirements (Special rates). Fidelity Bonds—Surety Bonds—Beer Bonds. 'Bonds written at our Algona office. Our I'olicy Writing Connections and Company Contracts Permit Us to Write Your Insurance and Bonds at the Very Lowest Hates Consistent With Reliable Seryice. Brokerage Business Solicited. Loans—Real Estate—Rentals—Investments. THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 55 C. B. La Barro Office located on ground floor 1st door North of Iowa State Bk. A Double Dose I bought the Family Shoe Store at Storm Lalce, Iowa. I am shipping the stock home to Algona. The reason I bought it was because I got it so cheap I could not pass the deal up. The reason I am going to sell it in my own store is, it is all Peters shoes and all houfjht \vitilrin a year. The Family Shoe Store was started with a new stock of Peters shoes and has not run a year. Men's, women's, and children's shoes and slippers, all new and up to date, not an old pair in Dhe lot. They are the same lines that I buy from Peters Shoe Co. Mostly staple standard shoes, and every pair guaranteed solid leather. Before I bought this stock I hail too many s'hoes and slippers on 'hand. I 1)OUR11H heavy for spring, for I feared tlliat shoes would advance in price. With the Storm Lake stock crowded in on top of my other stuck makes a load that is too iheavy to carry. So 1 am calling an S-DAY REDUCTION SALE beginning Friday, April 20th, and ending Saturday night, April 28. The Storm Lake shoes will be sold as I bought them, at a big discount, 'but as I am overloaded on everything I am going to make this a store-wide sale. Stock must be reduced to normal. Tihere will be bargains for everybody in all lines. When. I say sale I mean sale. We have the goods and plenty of them. You get quality, you get now shoes, oxfords, ties, and pumps, and you get them at prices that you can afford to pay. Lone Rock Seniors to Stage Comedy PLAY PLAHNED FOR 2 NIGHTS, APRIL 26-27 Lone Rock, Apr. 17—A three-act comedy, Fingerprints, is to be given by the senior class April 26 and 27. The play concerns Ned Thorndyke and Jenny Lee, who are own- era of the Thorndyke ranch. Ned's sister, Amelia, comes to spend her vacation on the ranch and brings the rich Whitney family. Roger Whitney has heard rumors of rich oil deposits 'and has made up his mind to buy the place. He falls in love with Ned's daughter Pamina. Paulette Whitney becomes infatuated with Jimmy, who is in love with Pamina. He suddenly disappears, feigning suicide but reappears to discover Roger about to kiss Pamina. The Whitneys pay an exorbitant price for the ranch. Hosey Hawks, a fingerprint detective, Mignon, a maid, and Porcelain, colored ser- Hattie Peterson, of Swea City, and Lyle Blair Wed vant, furnish comedy the play. throughout The cast follows: Hosey Hawks, Philip Reilly; Ned Thorndyke, Gordon Priebe; Jimmy Lee, Verne Dacken; Roger Whitney Jr., Harlan Marlow; Pamina Thorndyke, Dorothy Bierstedt; Paulette Whitney, June Bierle; Mrs. Roger Whitney Sr., Muriel Long; Amelia Thorndyke, Imogene Roderick; Mignon Mocane, Ruby Cherland; Porcelain Prudy, Margaret Householder. Student Honor Roll Given— Lone Rock pupils who averaged 90 per cent or above in their regular subjects for the past six weeks are: Seniors: Philip Reilly, Verne Dacken, June Bierle, Ruby Cherlene; Juniors—Dorothy Dacken, Cleo Hobson, Margaret Gladstone; sophomores—Muriel Ackerson, Beryl Sanders, Raymond Nelson, Helen Lewis; freshmen—Bernard Reilly, Shirley Marlow; eighth grade—Jessie Blancard Jr., Marian Jensen, William Knoll, Marjorie Jensen, Luella Schmidt; seventh—Bernard Genrich, Arnold Swea City, Apr. 17 — Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the presence of relatives and friends occurred the marriage of Hattie Peterson and Lyle Blair. The ceremony was performed in the Lutheran church by the Rev. Raymond Swauson. Mrs. Swanson played the wedding march. A reception at the home of the bride's parents followed the ceremony. Mrs. Blair is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Peterson, and is a graduate of Swea City high school. Lyle is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Blair, and a resident of Grant township. The young people will farm northwest of Swea City in the Fairmont neighborhood. Library Hours Increased— Swea City's library is now open two afternoons each week, Wednesday and Saturday. It has formerly been open only on Saturdays. Mrs. Claire Erickson is librarian. The library is supported by a tax. It was formerly owned and supported by the Thursday club, and the women of the club took turns in caring for the books and keeping the library open. Some three years ago the club gave the books to the town with the request for tax support. The tax was voted and it has been found to be the best way to handle the proposition, Seniors Skip; Pay Penalty— The Swea City senior class play Reach for the Moon, will be given Thursday and Friday evenings The class plans to use the proceeds of the play to purchase a trophy case for the school. The seniors drove to surrounding towns Thursday to advertise their play. However, they went without consent of the superintendent or .eachers, and are now doing penance in different ways. . C. T. U. Prizes Awarded— The W. C. T. U. held Its regular meeting at Frank Thomson's a week ago Tuesday afternoon. The students winning the prizes in the poster contests were invited to at- iend and the prizes were presented, after which they were served .unch. The teachers whose pupils took part in the contest were guests of the union. Grades Present Operetta— The seventh and eighth grades presented the operetta, Bits of Blarney, in the high school auditorium Friday evening under direction of Frances Dahl, Lucille Leland, Rose Ellen Whitlow, Eugene Thomson, and Walter Peterson took the leading parts. Methodist Meetings Closed— The two weeks meetings in the Methodist church closed Sunday evening. The meetings have been well attended. The Rev. F. J. Clark, Waterloo, who conducted the meetings, was Congregational pastor at Algona some few years ago. Savings to In County Mnsic Festival— The boys' Glee club, the girls' Glee club, and the band from the Swea City consolidated school were at Algona Saturday and took part in the school music festival at that place. Charles Simpson, John sixth—Mary Ann Flaig, Reilly, Sprank; Viola Sprank, Vuanita Wegener, Wallace Hobson, James Rath; fifth—Doris Mae Blanchard, Lucille Genrich, Mary Jane Hofius, Dorothy Jensen, Wilma Marlow, June Rahn; second—Luella Ackarman, Harvey Godden, Eugenia Mae Hofius, Bobby Marlow, Caroline Schaumberg, Laverne Schroeder, Betty Ann Sharp; first — Helen Jensen, Caroline Rath, Donna Jean Thompson, Willard Thompson. Attend Connty Music Fest— The local high school participated in the music festival held last Saturday evening in Algona. Many from here attended. The students enjoyed a picnic supper at the Call state park. The following students went: high school—Jack Tlbbets, Leon Larson, Dale Earing, Dorothy .Bierstedt, Evelyn Bierstedt, Doro- ithy Burt, Ruby Cherland, Dorothy |Dacken, Margaret Gladstone, Coila Jane Hollister, Margaret Householder, Helen Lewis, Muriel Long Shirley Marlow, Lucille Nelson Grace Newbrough, Pearl Wiener Delina Rogers -junior high—Jes se Blanchard Jr., Marian Jensen Harold Krueger, Luella Schmidt Chester Simpson, Marjorie Jen sen, Eugene Angus, Clara Bierle Bernard Genrich, Vernon Hollistei Betto Marlow, Billy and Jack Mai MANY PUPILS ON LEDYARD'S HONOR ROLL Ledyard, Apr. 17—The following students made the honor roll the fifth six weeks: 12th grade—Til- rner Halvorson, Anna Jones, James Logan, Adah and Idah Telkamp, Kenneth Thompson, and Lillian Sanders; eleventh—Elaine Blome, Ella Goetz, Lyla Hamm, Lillian Klinksiek, Marjorie Matzener, Maynard White; eighth—Alvira Halvorson, Ruth Estle, Bernard Anderson, Arlowe Blome, Beulah Looft, and Geneva Gelhaus; seventh, Lurene Lloyd, Howard Nitz, Edna Lesle; sixth, Lawrence Flynn, Edna Dontje, Kathleen Reece, Louise Zielske, Dessie Bosma; fifth, De Vere Smith, Jean Gabel, Howard {llnksiek, Donald Looft, Vernon Horsey, Marvel Halvorson; fourth —Connie Garry, Katherine Baumann, Dale Hawbalter, Marjorie tfayer, Marjorie Gabel, Wilma Busch, Jack Reece. Take Port in Music Festival— The following music students gona, was here Friday afternoon aking pictures of the school's ac- ivitics and organizations. uniors to Banqnet Seniors— The annual Junior-Senior banquet will bo held in the gymnasium next Saturday. Other Ledyard News. Mrs. D. B. Mayer and Mrs. ,ink accompanied the Rev. Roy and tfrs. F. 0. Johnson, Lakota, to Sanawha last week Tuesday to at- .end the Algona district convention of the W. F. M. S. This was an nspirational meeting, and on Friday a special meeting of the W. F. VI. S. was held at Mrs. Roy Link's. Mrs. Link gave a report of the morning meeting, and Mrs. Mayer and Mrs. Johnson gave reports on ;he afternoon session. The Charles Basharas spent Sunday at Armstrong, taking his aunt, Mrs. Rose Bashara, and her sister from California, home after several days visit here. Gerald Warner, who is in a Reforestation camp near Eldora, came last Thursday, returning Monday. Gerald is an orderly for an officer and likes his work. Chas. Bashara gave Tom Thumb cookies and coffee free all day Saturday and evening in honor of his third anniversary in business here. The Jule Sifert grading gang plan to leave town in about a OLSENS AT SEXTON ARE 38 YEARS WED; EVENT JJELEBRATED Sexton, Apr. 19—The Geo. Olsons celebrated their 38th wedding anniversary Sunday at their home with a family dinner. Attending were the Les Huffs, Leo Stevens, Arthur Benschoter, and George Jr., Genevieve Arndorfer, and Mrs. Anna Nelson. Mrs. Huff, Mrs. Steven and Mrs. Benschoter are daughters, and George is a son. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Benschoter and son Leon, Kanawha, were also present, Lo Roy Johnson Dies Friday— A number of people from this community attended the funeral of Le Roy Johnson, only son of Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, two miles south of Sexton, but who formerly lived northeast of Plum Creek. Le Roy would have been 22 years old June 1. He died Friday night after an illness of ten days with intestinal flu. He is survived by his parents and two sisters, 10 and 15 years old. A large crowd attended the funeral at the Algona Methodist church. Mrs. Jolin Huff Jr. Sick- Mrs. John Huff Jr. has been sick for the past two weeks with heart trouble. She is able to be oip again now. Her mother, Mrs. Andy Baker, of Mason City, has been caring for her, but left for her home in Mason City Saturday. M. & I). Banquet Planned— A mothers and daughter's banquet will be given next week Thursday evening at the church here, with the men serving supper. The price is 25c a plate. Other Sexton News. Arthur and Howard Hiller, Milwaukee, Wis., spent last week around the country selling apples or trading them for poultry. They made their headquarters in Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richards, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Myrle Richards and sons, of Lone Rock, spent Sunday at A. L. Greenfield's. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor and A Real Buy! SHERWItt-WlLLlAMS ENAMELOID Quick drying—for furniture and woodwork. 22 bright colors. COU IP O N Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven spent Sunday evening at Harvey Stevn's. Carl Neuman, Shell Rock, spent several days last week with his brother, Otto Neuman. Communion services were held Sunday morning at the church hour here. This coupon and 12c will purchase a 27ccanof ENAMELOID. Name Address Regular 27c Can EVENT SPECIAL LIMIT— One Can to a Customer S-W LINOLEUM VARNISH 24 Dex restores and preserves linoleum beauty. Easy to apply. Dries overnight. Water-proof. 1 QT. DEX and 2^ INCH BRUSH H $1.50 VALUE, SPECIAL S S-W SCREEN ENAMEL Prevents rust and warping. Will not clog mesh. Dries quickly. Glossy black. Easily applied. 65c Qt. Can, SPECIAL .... S-W FLOOR WAX No rubbing. No polishing. Apply S-W Flo- Wax to floor and allow 15 minutes to dry. I PT FLO-WAX and LAMBS WOOL APPLICATOR. REG. $1.35 VALUE. EVENT SPECIAL .... FREE! HOME DECORATOR 44 pages, 111 home painting suggestions by Betty Wood. GET YOUR COPY AT OUR STORE TODAY low, Lyla and Lyle Priebe, Dori Sanders, Charles Simpson, John Sprank, Ruth Whitehill. — _ __ ., jjiu j-i. LU i^u. v t> nj VY u. J.U. cvuvsub ** participated in the annual Kossuth wee]f Mr> glfert hag 24 ml]eg o£ county music festival at Algona Saturday: band members, Lillian Klinksiek, Idah Telkamp, Betty Matzener, Alvira Halvorson, Henrietta O'Keefe, Tilmer Halvorson, Kenneth Thompson, Edith Logan, Robert Barslou, James Logan, Albert Gootz, Melvin Logemann, Ella Goetz, Cleo Gabel, Rolland Smith, Doris Welfare, Lyla Hamm, Maynard White; orchestra, Aleitha Brack, Lillian Sanders, Adah Telkamp, Ella Goetz, Esther Junkermeier, Alice Hagge; girls' Glee ub, Gertrude Darnell, La Voun arrow, Alice Junkernieier, Muriel Girls Entertained— Berneyce Roderick entertained last Thursday evening for the basketball girls aud a few invited guests. Present were Margaret Householder, June and Viola Bierle, Ralzine Pettit, Myrtle Orvick, Delina Rogers, Muriel Ackerson, Pearl Wiener, Kathryn Ste- britz, Beryl Sanders, Leona, Evelyn and Dorothy Bierstedt, and Grace Newbrough. Berneyce left Sunday for Des Moines, where she will resume nurses' training at the Iowa Methodist hospital. Attend Meetiiifj; at Titonka— Those from here attending a joint Legion and Auxiliary meeting In Titonka a week ago Tuesday were the John Spranks, Jim Ackarman, Ralph Priebe, and Mrs Jensen, Mrs. Otis Sanders, 'Mrs. E. M. Jensen, Mrs. Roy Jensen, aiic Mrs. W. G. Flaig. , 11. to Play Seneca— The Lone Rock baseball team will play Seneca's team in the county tournament at Burt this week-end. Seniors Have Class Picture— Seniors had class photographs taken 'in Algona last week Tues day. Here's your chance to get that new spring you have been wanting, and at your own price. How?—Well, we're auctioning off a genuine $19.75 SLUMBERWELL Coil Spring at our store. Come in and moke your "bid." The highest bidder gets the Spring- even though his or her bid is much less than the regular price. There are absolutely no strings tied to this auction. You are not obligated to buy any merchandise in order to compete. No person tjeis more than one bid. We repeat—ALL YOU HAVE TO DO is to come into our store and make your bid. ^atch our windows and this paper for further announce- rnents concerning the closing date for entries. &WJS. TSSESJ Richardson Furniture Co. Where I'uruiture Sells for Less. Other Lone Rock. The A. W. Lampes, of Ventura were Sunday guests of Mrs Lampe's parents, the Richarc Longs. Mrs. Anna Newbrough am son Donald, 'Humboldt, were alsi guests. The Sewing Circle met Thurs day evening with Mrs. Arthu Priebo, 17 attending. The nex meeting will be next week Wednes day evening with Mrs. Otis San ders. The Orville Rosendahls, Super ior, accompanied by Mrs. William Krause, who visited there las week, drove here Saturday even ing, the Rosendahls returning Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Frye an daughter Lola, Cylinder, were lai Thursday guests at V. V. Frye' Lola remaining till Sunday, th V. V. Fryos taking her home. Tinus Madison left two week ago this Thursday for Denraai where he will make a three month visit before returning to the U. ! The Henry Stebritz family, A gona, were Sunday guests of Mr E. M. Hawk's. Oscar Warner, Fen ton, was an afternoon caller. The Busy Friday club met wit Mrs. Glenn Sharp, Mrs. Fred Gen rich assisting. Mrs. Otis Sander will be the next liostess. eece, Lillian Klinksiek, Henrietta 'Keefe, Marvel Drew, Edith Loan, Evelyn Mayne, Ella Goetz, leo Gabel, Doris Welfare, Elaine lome, Anna Jones, Aleitha Brack, .Lilian Sanders, Esther Junker- leier, aud Alice Hagge. rphans Home Solicitor Hero— Last week Monday the Rev .C. C. "asper, a district superintendent of grading to do in north Kossuth. The Jack Lynches spent Sunday at Reuwick with the James Palmers. Mrs. Palmer was formerly Margaret Lynch. Mrs. J. C. Underkofler, of Britt was here Friday and Juanita returned with her for the week-end. Frank Redlnger, Des Moines visited Blanche Jenks and Harriet Matzener last week Tuesday. Jule Sifert, Mr. and Mrs. Jacl lynch, and Blenda Herald were in Minneapolis Saturday. Henry Dyer attended the funeral of Mrs. Dyer's sister at Emmetsburg Friday. Harold Granner and Genevieve Kitley spent the week-end at Hardy. The Howard Jensons left Friday for Rock Rapids, where ho has work. Frank Wiemer, Arnold's Park, spent several days here last week. William Beyse is very ill and Dr. Senecan Revisits Old Denmark Home Tinus Madsen, who for the past 1 years has been janitor of the Seneca school, left a week ago iast Thursday for New York City, vhence he sailed the following Sat- irday morning for his old home in Denmark. Mr. Madsen "will be gone hree months, visiting relatives in hat country, mainly at Aalborg. ie has three brothers and two sis- :ers in Denmark, and this is his 'irst trip back since 1919. While le is away Mr, Madsen is keeping n touch with local events via the Advance, which is being sent to him every week. he orphans home at Ottumwa, was laking his annual visit to Ledyard His work consists of getting sub- criptions for the home and plac- ng children. Rev. Casper was a minister for more than 30 years md since retiring has done this ork. At one time he was pastor n Chester, V. A. Barrett's home own. He was a supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Barrett, following vhich Mr. Barrett took him to Ti- onka. SWP ^ouse Paint (Colors) . . H Gal. $1.85 S-V^ Shingle Stain s r itghu"nighti) • • • Gal. $1.45 S-W Porch and Deck Paint . . . Qi. $1.00 S-W Floor Enamel Pi. .60 S-W Floor Varnish Pi. .75 S-W Liq. Roof Cement, Black Per Gal. in £'• .70 NOW—A Wall Finish that can Even HOT GREASE Will Not Stain SHERWIN-WILLIAMS The Thrifty Washable Wall Paint Now pastel shades are practical. Finger marks and spots, all wash off. 12 fashionable tints for kitchen and bathroom walls. The correct amount for every need—no waste. 6Oc pi. $I.OO Lusby's Paint Store '. AD Q J. A. Devine was called Saturday. The A. E. Lauritzens spent Sunday with his sister at Ringsted, Mrs. N. A. Pingel will entertain the Methodist Aid Thursday. Lone Rock iiglit to Bro'hood Meet- Last week Monday evening the 'ollowing men attended a Brother lood meeting at the Forest City Methodist church: the Messrs. Thompson, Worden, Schultz, Halvorson, Ed Looft, John Rink, Lauritzen, and Granner. The next meeting will be at Ledyard May 14. Mrs. Tllliuoney Quits Home— Lars Scar and D. B. Mayer went :o Ames Saturday with a truckload of furniture and other things 'or J. J. Tilinoney from his mother, Mrs. Mary Tilmoney, who is breaking up her home due to poor tiealth. She is with her daughter, Mrs. L. W. Wiemer. Mrs. Gelliaus Critically Sick- Mrs. Ed McGuire, Cedar Rapids, was called here last week Monday by the serious illness of Mrs. August Gelbaus. The latter has been in a critical condition the past week and at this writing is in a Dyer Son Robert SU-k— Robert, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Dyer, has been very ill with pneumonia the past week, and Nurse Elizabeth Kelly has been caring for him. School is Planning Carnival— Preparations are being made for a carnival to be held soon at the school, sponsored by the Purple and Gold Activity association. Mulileumu to Show Pictures— Dist. Supt. W. G. Muhleman, Algona, will be here Friday and that evening will show pictures he took while at the Chicago fair. Mrs. Will Leeper has been at Harry Rahn's the past ten days caring for her daughter Gladys, who has been quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger were Sunday callers at Charles Schultz's, near Elniore. Hulda Worthington, who is working in Algona, spent Sunday at the maternal Mrs. Lillian Worthington home. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz drove to Estherville last week Monday evening, Mr. Schultz attending an NRA meeting. Clarence Macumber and L. J. Travorsy, both stationed at Le- tiigh, spent the week-end at F. E. Macurnber's. Alex Krueger and Lawrence Geitzenauer attended a grain meeting in Algona last week Wednesday evening. j Mrs. John Rath and daughter, Mrs. Albert Shaser, were Sunday guests of the Harvey Raths, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dremmel and grandson, Donald Dremmel, Burt, were Sunday guests at R. L. Padgett's. Mrs. Fred Genrich and son Bernard drove to Irvington Sunday afternoon visiting 'at M. E. Blanchard's. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Curran and two sons, of Mason City, were Sunday guests at P. M. Christeuson's. Ella aud Elva Ewoldt, both employed iu Algona, spent 'the weekend at the parental Karl Ewoldt's. The Otis Sanders family spent Sunday with Mrs. Sanders' mother, Mrs. Claus Helmke, at Renwick. A group of girls enjoyed a picnic supper at Hugh Mai-low's last week Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Priebe, Fenton, spent Sunday afternoon at Arthur Priebe's. Mrs. P. M. Christenson served on School Pictures Are Taken— Photographer L. I. Way, of Al- the petit jury in Algona Monday. Gange fo anti-sludge ho:Vis"D"- Iteep sludge out— save oil \|r It ia time to change to a heavier grade of KS. motor oil. And when you change, remember this: The greatest cause of high oil consumption iii automobile engines is sludff— sludge that fouls filters, makes valves sluggish so you lose gasoline power and mileage, auu causes rings to stick and pump oil. Also remember this: You can keep sludge out of your motor by using IsoiVis "D", tbe anti- sludge motor oil. Because it does not sludge, Iso=Vis "D" keeps rings lively and free, reducing oil consumption to tbe minimum. That a why Iso>Via "D" users use less oil— add fewer quarts between drains. It's the most economical, fine lubrication you con buy. ISO*VIS"P". . . PIUS FEDERAl MX . ° ''• Drive into your closest Standard Oil Station. Your Standard Servis- man will drain and change to tbe £ roper grad" °' wivi. *D" to 8 minutes or lew- Then you'll bo rid of sludge w>d )° u " keep your oil c° 6t to the minimum. Cw.»»3t.W B STANDARD OIL SERVICE *»I ALSO PI$T8!BUT0*i PF

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