Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 3, 1934
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mm THAT WILL ; most precious rug mt perfect care , &^it from all dirt, and spots. • • • FURS I are representatives eCownieFurCo. of 'jsMoines. Fur store at nominal cost. e'H do wonders with old hats. Bring around — felt, /, or panama, for mditiomng. [Modern •Dry Cleaners Phone 587 l(ON(RETE kr building or repair Job i Your home, be sine to J to wo* done by expert 'workers. Our work fa ' "P by long experience |»<°«>w good concrete and W to lay it... to wear well, uadto crumbling or H A, IOWA > I iMoines "Dei Molnet' ntwt« »nd fin«it" id$i The 'or the next 6 months of c, (o r £ Te made the At ' tbls ad) KOSSUTH COUNTY APVANmn. PAGE MRS. 0, HEYES, NEAR LAKOTA, .DIESAPH.28 Lakota, May 1—Mrs. Dick Ilcycs, who was last week reportdd ill, hut recovering from a gallstone attack, suffered another attack last week Wednesday night. She was taken to the hospital at Buffalo Center Friday morning, but it was thought best to defer an operation because of a weak heart. She died at 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Her husband died seven months ago, and his father, Ben Heyes, only a month ago, making three deaths in the immediate family in that short time. Mrs. Heyes was born Lucy Ubbon and is survived .by three sons, Ubbe and Ben, east of Lakota fanners, and Eizo, at home, and by two daughters, Grace and Anna, also at home, her father, Ubbe Ubben, near Titonka, and three brothers, Fred, Pole and Herman, near Lakota. Funeral services were held Tuesday at the Ramsey Reform church of which she was a member. Mrs. Heyes was 64 years old. Delegates Are Elected— The Presbyterian Missionary society met at August Gutknecht's Thursday afternoon with Emma Gutknecht assisting. A mother- daughter luncheon is planned for May. Mrs. Frerking and Mrs. Jerry Ukena are delegates to the Presby- terial meeting at Fort Dodge. Among guest speakers are: Mrs. Agnes Snively, field secretary for work among colored people; Mrs. Fred D. Mason, Fairfleld; the Rev. Wm. F. Weir, D. D., Chicago; and a number of others prominent in mission work. The program opened with Mrs. I. E. Wortman in charge of devotions. She also talked on plants, trees, and flowers that grow in Palestine; vocal solo, by Mrs. Frerking; talk on work among the Indians, Mrs. J. A. Bargar; Mrs. Harvey Johnson and Mrs. George Heetland sang a duet; and Mrs. William Schroeder and Mrs. Jerry Ukena played two piano duets. Lunch was served to about 25. Attend "Wlnnebago Club Meet— Mesdames F. O. Johnson, Delia Smith, W. E. Gutknecht, I. E. Wortman and J. H. Warburton attended a county Federation meeting of Winnebago clubs at Buf- talo Center last week Tuesday. A business meeting was held in the forenoon, and luncheon was served at the Methodist church to 60. The program Included a two-act play, by Thompson women, a reading by Miss Bryden, music, by the Lake Mills group, two one-act plays, tap dancing, and an address by Mrs. Clayton Phillips, of Livermore, district director, who talked on Why Federate? Mrs. K. I. Rash- elm, Lake Mills, ia county chairman. Lakota Girl is Elected— The Rev. F. O. Johnson, Edith Buxton, Beth Hamquist, Dorothy Clemans, Donald Worley, and Harry Warburton attended a district Epworth League rally at Prairie Center April 17. The Rev. Mr. Baker, of Woden, is the pastor and had charge of the meeting. A banquet was held at 6:30 and the following program included talks by the Rer. Mir. Muhleman, Algona, and the Rev. Albert Howe, Buffalo Center. Election of officers followed, and Beth Hamqulst was elected treasurer. Games followed election. Four Corners Club Holds Mother's Day Meet Today Girls to Serve Inncheon— The Ledyard township girls' 4-H club was entertained at Frank Lewis's Saturday. The program lor next year's work was completed, and plans were made for the next meeting to be held with Kath- srlne Berschman. At this meeting he girls will serve a canned prod- ict luncheon such as was served at :he last 4-H training school held at Bancroft. The program consisted of health talk, Fern Lewis, talk on ;ood manners, Mary Elizabeth Miller, and Elizabeth Ramstock gave one of the music numbers. Acorn Club Entertained— Mrs. Gertrude Schissel enter- alned the Acorn club Thursday afternoon and 17 members attended. Final plans for the county Federation meeting at Swea City Tuesday •were made. The following pro- ram was given: Papers on the Hudson, Rio Grande, and Yukon rivers, by Meudames Lola Ham- luist, Jeanette Mussraan and Alice Murray; Mrs. Elaine Johnson gave a piano solo, Japanese Sunset. The committee reported the new calendars ready tor printing. Bootes Axe Consolidated- Beginning this week the rural routes out of Lakota will be united and Fred Schroeder will handle the drive. This will make the route 69 miles long. Route 2 was driven by Homer Altizer for many ''ears and since then by Thomas Lewis. The late Henry Gutknecht drove route No. 1 from the time it was established till a few years be""ore his death. Fred Schroeder succeeded him. Attend Eastern Star Meet— Mesdames H. H. Murray, E. J. Wodoworth, J. E. Wortman, Robert Hamilton, Coonie Roelfsema, Harry Mussman and E. B, Worley, and Helen Awe attended a meeting of the Rainbow chapter of the Eastern Star at Buffalo Center last Thursday evening. All are members of this chapter. A practice initiation was given with visitors from Thompson and Armstrong present. Injured leg to Be Braced— Henry Mitchell, who had his knee severely cut by a saw more than a year ago, went to Iowa City a week ago last Thursday, where bis leg was measured for a brace, and be is to return in three weeks to have It fitted. Henry came home Saturday. He is learning the shoe repair business and haa bis work bench ia Will Gutkaecht's bard- ware store. ?l»y Friday Nlght- JuniorB will present their play TJie aujr» Cure, at the BCbopl bouse l-our Corners, May l—TOo F Mothers & Daughters club this- week Thursday with Mrs!' Kula Rich. This will bo Quest day and cadi momber M | 0 take a Kuests. Roll call will bo on your mol/hor's nationality; Mother's day program by Mrs. Alice Ditsworl.h and Mrs. Maud Robinson. A Moth- hostcss y l ° a Wi " 1>C Sm ' e(1 by Ulc Two Pomoiixlration Dinners— .Two aluminium suppers word Riven at j jCW i s Lowman'.s last week, oiirsts Monday ,,j K ht wore Mr and Mrs. Kverott William, Mr. •and'Mrs. Howard Witiham, Mr and Mrs. Carl Snip, Mrs. p (! arl Potter, Mr and Mrs. Noble MitchMl, Mr .inn TVTi'c Tftli« T>! i •• T 111m i*iih. j triin nicii, Mi 1 , tind Mrs William Drayton, Evelyn Nicker- ison, and Carmd and 'Dolores El- bcrt. Guests Thursday night were the Hoy Smiths, the William Lanes the August Browns, the Jack Dits- wortlis, the Vern Toeters and the Harvfjy Ratlis. Dinners were furnished and served by the Wear- Ever Aluminum company. Klbcrls i!0 Years Wed— Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Klbcrt were taken by surprise Friday evening by neighbors who -helped them I ,< "n ' ' c, m ,^ K n"^«i.,-> wure :tne llin win- U family ' "ancroft, me William Besoli family, Whitte- inoi-e, the Arnold Rlhcrts, Algona, Jos. and Envin Elbcrt, and Edmund Looblg. The Elberls were presented with a set of china dish- Dust Storms Afflicf Farmers— 'Dust storms in ,the last two weeks have been terrible in Oh is. 'neighborhood, keeping fanners out "iWin fields in places. Oats nro either covered up or blown out, and some that .have been in over two weeks are not up yet due to the dry wcaUier. Irvin Kllicrt lo be Barber— Irvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jo- •sper Klbert, left for Cedar Rapids Sunday to take_a harbor's course. Other Four Corners. Mrs. j. M. Royce, mother of Mrs. Toward Wl.tham, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schmeling, daughter Pat- '' Ic ." 1 Su °. and Ralph and Thclma William spent Sunday at .Eatrie Grove with the Charles Carders. Mr. and Mrs. Eclmond Larson near Doan, .spont 'Sunday at the parental Etna Mitchell's. LR, PROGRA UET, WAT EMMETSBURG Lone Rock, May 1—The annual junior-senior banquet was held Saturday evening at the Hotel Ker- more, Emmetsburg. The theme of the program was based on the seniors having cruised the high seas four years and just anchored at port. The program—Song, Row Your Boat, quartette; speech, Margaret Householder, junior president; duet, Imogene Roderick and Coila Jane Hollister; The Crew, Margaret Gladstone; The Anchor, Dorothy Biersledt; song, Sailors of Lone Rock High, sextette; The Sea, Coila Jane Hollister; prophecy, Roy Leeper; class will, Verne Dacken; song, Anchors Aweigh, juniors; speech, Philip Reilly, senior president; song, When Shall We Meet Again, quartette. A four-course banquet was served. The juniors made sailors for place cards. The juniors are: Evelyn Bierstedt, Eugene Blanchard, lenn Burtis, Dorothy Dacken, Margaret Gladstone, Russell Gross, leo Hobson, Coila Jane Hollister, Margaret Householder, Roy Leeper, George Long, Imogene Roderick, Sara Whitehill. The seniors are: Dorothy Bierstedt, June Biorle, Ruby Cherland, Verne Dacken, Muriel Long, Harlan Marlow, Gordon Priebe, Philip Reilly. The faculty: Mrs. Viola Bishop, Mrs. Myrle Milligan, Supt. L. E. Godfrey, Coach V .V. Frye. Senior Play is Success— The senior play, Fingerprints, was staged before large audiences last Thursday and Friday evenings n the high school auditorium, and showed much work on the part of both pupils and coach, Mrs. Milll- ;an. Leading characters played by Dorothy Bierstedt and Verne Dacken were well done, and the comedian played by Philip Reilly also deserves mention. A quartet composed of Margaret Gladstone, Eveyn Bierstedt, Roy Leeper, and Jack Tibbetts sang before the open- ng. Gerald and Ellwyn Godden furnished vocal selections, accom- >anied by their ukelele and guitar, >etween acts. Party to Ames Ball Games- Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and Mrs. N. L. Cotton drove to Ames last Thursday to visit Mrs. Cot;on's daughter, Mrs. Harley Shell- to, and attend ball games last Thursday and Friday between Ames and the I. S. T. C. The Blanchard son Gordon played on the Cedar Falls team. Donald Blanchard accompanied his parents home for the week-end. ]hamp Speller to Bes Moines— Supt. and Mrs. L. E. Godfrey, Mrs. Viola Bishop, Mrs. Roy Jensen, and the latter's daughter Marorie drove to Des Molnes Friday, and Marjorle represented Kossuth n a state spelling contest Saturday. Mrs. Jensen and her daugh- er visited Dr. Geo. Elvidge at 'erry before returning Sunday . '. T. A. Puppet Show Tonight— The Parent-Teacher association meets this week Thursday evening n the high school auditorium. A puppet show will be presented by be junior high. The pupils have >een energetically preparing for his show, and everyone is urged to attend. Lunch will be served. Trio of Birthdays Observed— The Emil Krafts drove to East lhain, Minn., Sunday to visit the R. J. Borchardts and celebrate the Kraft daughter Ruth's, the Bor- ihardt son Eugene's, and Mrs. Chester Hoppe's birthdays, also the Borchardt and Kraft wedding anniversaries. Summer Preaching Hours— Preaching services will begin at 10 a. m. and Sunday school hour at 11 starting next Sunday, and will so continue throughout the summer. Mrs. Blanchard's Father Sick— Mrs. J. M. Blanchard spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday at Burt with the H. A. Whitehill's helping care for her father, who was stricken but is much improved Son for the Merrln Marlows— A 10%-lb. boy was born to Mr and Mrs. Mervin Marlow last week Tuesday. Other Lone Bock. Mr and Mrs. Clifford Meyer tbeirbaby, ana Gerhard Krause, of Corwith, spent Sunday at William Krause's. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Uosendahl, of Superior, and their baby also visited Ihere and at R. L. Padgett's. Mrs. Rosendahl and her baby remained for a week at the parental Krause home. Other visitors at Padgetl's were Mr. and Mrs. William Dehnert, Algona. Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough, son Frederick, and Mrs. Roy Zunkle drove to Irvington last Thursday and helped the women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, celebrate birthday anniversaries. Another daughter, Mrs. Delmar Angus, Algona, formerly Lone Rock, was also there. Vera Morris, Esther Nelson, and Mainerd Genrich, Ames students, spent the week-end at the parental Charles Morris and Fred Genrich homes respectively, going back Sunday. The Sewing Circle met last week Wednesday evening with Mrs. Otis Sanders. The Busy Friday club met there also, and the next meeting will be with Mrs. Jack Quinn Mrs. Frank Flaig assisting. The Rev. S. M. Gladstone, Mrs. P. M. Christenson, and Mrs. Fred Wegener attended a Presbytery convention at Jefferson last week Tuesday and Wednesday. The Otis Sanders family were Sunday guests of Mrs. Sanders' mother, Mrs. Glaus Helmke, Renwick, in honor of Mrs. Helmke's birthday anniversary. The Larkin club met last Thursday with Mrs. Watson Shick. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Calvin Householder. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rice drove to rlampton a week ago Monday, and Mrs. Rice remained to visit a sis- .er, Edith Hoxie. Mrs. Henry Dietzel, Mollne, 111., irrived one day last week for an extended visit at her aunt, Mrs. H. A. Wiener's. Howard Blanchard, instructor in ;he Clarion schools, and his broth- ;r Edward, Irvington, spent Saturday here. Mrs. Margaret Davison, of Mason Hty, arrived last week Tuesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. L. R. Roderick. The V. V. Fryes spent the week- ind with Mr. Frye's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Frye, Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan, Al- ;ona, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton. Bible Study was held a week ago Monday at A. A. Krueger's. LAKOTA SITE OF NEWDWLY PAPER J. G. Thaves, wiho after several years with the Burt Monitor recently resumed publication of the North Kossuth Record at Lakota, 'has undertaken an ambitious pro- ect, towit, the publication of a daily paper, the preliminary issue of which appeared last Thursday. Regular daily publication, it wad announced, will begin today. The paper is in tabloid form, five columns wide, and the first is- isue consisted of ton pages. It was) well ^patronized by Lakota, Ledyard, Buffalo Center, and Algona 'advertisers. The name of the paper was changed to "Kossuth -Daily Record." Under present law or posital regulations a change of name of a paper admitted to the mails as second class matter requires notice to the. postoffice department and a fee of $10. For new papers a fee of $100 is required and since not only the name of the Lakota paper was changed 'but it was also made a) daily it may be that in a case like 1 this the postoffice department would hold that a new .paper had •been created and demand the $100 fee. In a free delivery town like Algona a paper published oftener than once a week must be delivered to subscribers by the publisher. Lakota A. E. Buckels and son Clifford went to the hay mow recently, looking for a kitten they heard crying and A. E. fell to the floor below, severely hurting his hip when he struck a 2x4. He was brought to Dr. Williams' office, where It was found beside severe bruises he had torn a ligament in his hip. He was laid up a week. A family reunion was held at A. Q. Smith's Sunday with 23 present. Beside the Smiths those attending were: the Earn Juliuses, of Morris, Minn., the Roy Farringtons, Montgomery, the Otto Koppens, the Emory Smiths, Lakota, Bob Clemans, Titonka, and Edward Hagge, Ledyard. Mrs. Art Schissel received word last week that her cousin, Mrs. Kingston, of Armstrong, had been severely burned when the oven of a gas stove exploded. Mrs. Kingston has a six-months old baby. The Fred Laabs home north of town and the Kollasch home west of town are now quarantined for small pox. The children attend the Ledyard school. The Berean S. S. class of the Methodist church held a wiener roast at J. H. Warburton's last week Tuesday evening, and 15 young folks attended. After supper the rest of the evening was spent playing games. Art Ogren had the misfortune to severely injure a finger , recently while changing a tire on a car. Art is manager of the Standard Oil station where he also repairs tires. Messr. J. H. Bargar, E. R. Worley, William Turley, Bert Coder, Art Schissel, Will Baum, and Art Lester attended the Roosevelt club meeting at Algona Friday night. Mesdames R. E. Hamqulst and William Turley entertained- 16 friends at dinner last week Tuesday evening. The evening was spent playing bridge. Mr. and Mrs. F. Gus Torino visited relatives here Sunday. Mrs. Torino has been suffering a severe attack of sciatic rheumatism for some time. Mrs. Mary Noble and Sam Burnet, Blue Earth, Minn., visited the J, H. Warburtons last week Wednesday. The P. L. Koppens visited at Bancroft last week Wednesday night. Tmunt HERE! Come in and see it! f"pHERE'S certainly excitement around here these days. We've got those new Goodyear "G-3" All-Weather Tires! The tires that stood up under punishment so tough that the test-car brakes frazzled in three days! And what a tire! It beats the non-skid mileage of the best previous Goodyears by 43%! It keeps its safety grip twice as long as many well-known tires! No wonder we're excited. We can sell it at no extra cost. Gome in and see what makes it so good! You get the broader road contact of a flatter, wider All-Weather Tread. You get quicker-stopping and the greater road grip of more non-skid blocks in the center. You get the easy steering and smooth travel of wider riding-ribs. You get the slow, even wear of closer- nested non-skid blocks and ribs. You get more rubber in the tread — on average of two pounds more per tire. — all of which adds up to 433! MORE NON-SKID MILEAGE at no extra cost to you! AND IT COSTS NO MORE That's the best news of all! Deldutch Super Service LUBRICATION. CAB WASHING, AND BRAKE SERVICE. EXIDE BATTERIES Phone 83 IN HONOR OF OUR FIRST ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL ON TIRES GOODYEAR MADE 4.4OXXI . . . $3.25 4.5OX21 . . . 3.65 4.75X19 . • • 3.95 30X3V2 • • . • 2*85 COME IN AND SEE The NEW G-3 43% more non-skid mileage. Flatter, thicker tread, wider riding range. At the same price as other first grade tires. SERVICE SPECIAL! WASH - GREASE - SIMONIZE (A Genuine Simonizeing) (Polish) TOP DRESSED -OIL CHANGED (Five Quarts Polarine) ALL FIVE <fc El. 8 8 SPECIAL FOR ^ ^ * ° ° $5 Pins State Tux If purchased separately would cost you $8.75—you save $2.87 FOR TEN DAYS ONLY I ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^f ^^^^^^r ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^r ^£^^f T^K^P' WV VHV DEW. SUPER SERVICE - ! *jE.*' " it ~»SB **sjs4a

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