Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 31, 1934 · Page 2
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<'f' PAGE TWO Fresh Country I Eggs^ 2doz. 26c WHIRC ECONOMY ftUUS _26c .lie 25c .We .... 9c ...5c 75 c 25 c 16c Iowa State Brand Batter, Ib. Hershej's Baking CHOCOLATE, % Ib. cake Tissue SEMINOLE, 4 rolls „_ _. WET SHRIMP, No. 1 full can _.. lOc Smoking TOBACCO, O ~ pkg. OC Sultana Bed BEANS, 2 IG-oz. cans Kncore Macaroni, Spaghetti, or Noodles, pkg. . Ball Mason JARS, quart, doz Soap LIFE BUOT, 4 cakes JKinso, 8 small pkgs. __ Large Package 21c Sunnyfield. OATS, 902 48-oz. pkgs — £•!& C lona COCOA, o/T 2 2-lb. pkgs. OOC Bed Sour Pitted Water Pack CHERRIES, /IK Wo. 10 can ^rd C Del Monte Crosby CORN, 79 Wo. 2 can JLZC Snltana TUNA FISH, 9^7^ 2 7-oz. cans *Hi i C Hamilton Sauer KRAUT, -117* 2 No. 2 cans / / C Soap, IVORY, r- med. cake O C CRISCO, LB, 20c S Ib. can • OXTDOL, 17,* 2 small pkgs. J. / C Sultana Peanut BUTTER, 2 Ib. jar Snltana Kidney BEANS, 3 16-oz. cans _. Encore Canned SPAGHETTI 4 Ann Page PRESERVES, 1 F7~' Ib. jar . J. t C Wilson Vienna SAUSAGE, o/i ;r 5 cans ZUC Cat Rite Wax f n PAPER, 2 rolls J. 3 C COCOMALT, OQ Ib. can tfi/C Heinz Rice FLAKES, S pkgs. Uaeeda Bakers No. 95 PRETZELETTES, f -j pkg JLJLC SAE 30 or 40 PENN-RAD MOTOR OIL 2 g»U a* * Can *PJ- Plus Federal Tar 8c Bgggpi——— KOSSTJTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA Mary Fai^nks^Burt Girl, Is Married Sunday QPPnilCO Ulirr Fi..^ n* ~< ^I : nnrnrrT* m i/nrprupi/v WCDOC BECOMES WIFE OF YOUNG MAN FROM KANAWHA Burt, May 29—Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks, was married Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at her home here to Alvin Rasmussen, son of Mr. and Mrs. "•"^^"^^•"•"••"'•NW«I^^^™^^MB^I — ^B^ - ^ M ^ M>- ^ — ^^^^^ Livermore Defeats St. Joe 16-11 in Slugging Match Lohengrin's played by 57c Diebler, Kanawha. Wedding March was Margaret Belsheim, Fort Dodge, and to its strains the bridesmaid, Wilma Slaughter, and the bride descended the stairs and were met by Jordan Erickson, Kanawha, best man, and the bridegroom. The couple took their places under a beautiful floral arch, and the Rev C. B. Mitchell performed a ring ceremony. The bride wore light green silk crepe and carried a bouquet of calla lilies and asparagus ferns tied with long streamers of silve ribbon. The bridesmaid wore rose colored silk crepe. Following the ceremony a two course luncheon in which a color scheme of green and white was used, was served by girl friends of the bride. The newlyweds left for Des Moines amid a shower of rice and old shoes in a car decorated St. Joe, May 29—'In a game which saw the lead change no less than five times, Livermore rallied to score five runs in the eighth inning and defeat St. Joe Sunday ~_. vvu iiA „, v**i UCUUi rtltJC with numerous signs to indicate they were newly married. They will be at home at Pomeroy after Tunn 1C June 15. Besides local relatives the . UUUF * * ***«*i,i vco II1U lUl* lowing out-of-town guests were present: Mr. and Mrs. Diebler, son Lyle, Kanawha, the groom's parents and brother; Delia and Leonard Rasmussen, Des Moines, sister and brother of the bridegroom; Mrs. Bertha Sheaham and Leona Sheaham, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Skelly, Corwith; Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fairbanks and Doctor Wallace, Algona; Margaret Froh Lena Bradley, Marjorie Hef- 1m, Luella Becker, Florence Chris- ran flm-i^-.^ s\..i^_ _ i __ _ afternoon, 16-11.' Both" teams" toil hard and often, and with costly errors on both sides ran up ihigW scores. Steve Baker, Livermore, left the .box in the fourth inning, and Lefty Cayou finished the game. Though he was hit ihard, his mates managed to pull him through. A. Klein and O. Wagner pitched good ball for St. Joe, hut wore given poor support in the field. B. Thul, St. Joe, connected for a home run. Jud Berryhill, Tom Becker, .and the .Rev. George Theobald umpired. Next Sunday the Cardinals will play St. Benedict on the St. Joe Diamond. Kittenball Game Played Sunday— Another kittenball game wa played Sunday afternoon near th Champlin Oil station .between Me Neil's Champlin kittenball team and 'Becker's St. Joe Phillips 66 boys. The game ended 12-6 in fav or of the Ohamplin team, the -battery for which was L. Hansen and R. Metzeznz wthile Frank Bormanni and L. Becker bottled for the Phillips 66 team. The umpire was, Laurence Decker. Humboldt Gravelerg at Work— A Humboldt county graveling crew moved into the local pit last veek and is graveling roads near Bode and Lu Verne. The me n have no machinery, except trucks as. the work is being done for' the relief of unemployed. It is under- tood there are six men to fill a ruck and six crews of men work"" m six hour shifts from 6 a new Oldsmobile 8 last week. Graders Are Improving Road—_John McGuire, contractor, and his grading crew moved into this hegihiborhpod recently and arei straghtening and grading a secondary road a mile east and half mile north of St. Joe. Dance Honors Two Birthdays— A dance was .given at Hoharton last week Tuesday evening honoring the hirthday anniversaries of Prosper Friders and Joe -Si-had. Music was furnishedl .by Everett) Bowman and his Arrows. Boy is Hit by Ball— During the hall game here Sunday afternoon the 10-year-old son o± Henry Tiilson, Livermore, was struck by a ball and rendered unconscious for a time. Chicken Pox, Measles Reported— It is reported that there are a ifew cases of chicken pox and German measles in the neighborhood. Parochial School is Closed— | The St. Joe parochial schoo closed Monday for the summer va cation. Other sCjoe. Jimmie, son of Mr. and Mrs. N snnann, was .brought home from e Fort Dodge Mercy hospital $"&' .551 Stella Bormann, R. , N., is caring for him. Wilhert Metzen. his Mrs. Win. Metzen, and mother, ng • ——.«. -..o^ivci, i'luiuuce vjflris- ten Grace Quingley, Velva Hay and Margaret Belsheim, all of Fort Dodge, where Mrs. Rasmussen had been employed in the telephone office for several years. Boy Scouts at Iowa Lake— Supt. Donald Weir, Condit Bowie, and S. J. Fardal accompanied 20 Thursday and camped until Tuesday. The boys were Laurence Chipman, Wallace Hawcott, Wendell Rmgsdorf, Russell Patterson, Carroll and Perry Owen, Ronald Ort- olan, Ralph Bristow, Willard Schwietert, Donald Hammerstrom Glenn Graham, Clarence Riddle! Roland Lavrenz, Gordon and Robert Giddings, Robert Gray, Paul Arend, Wilfred Woltz Smith, and Charles Hanna. Visit Boy Scout Camp— A number of people visited u ~-.» "uui jyil'l i, LO 111 m. to 12 and 12 to 6 p. m. M ™- Raymond Metzen Showered— Mrs. Raymond Metzen was honored at a shower at Mrs. Wm Metzen's last Thursday. Bunco turmshed entertainment, and the nigin. prize was won by Mrs. Ruth Ganwere, low by Mrs. Wm. Bol'd- ridge. Twenty were present. Algonians More to Farm— The Marfchdn McGuires. Algona have moved to their farm north-' west_ or S. Joe. They ihave had S3M!f re r,™s <^. "mo*- Urs. Vern Thursday Dodge. Barker spent afternoon at Mr. and •last Fort The James Beckers returned 2°S&±S * ™L™«> relative^ a " d - ^nna, Minn. Patient Brought Home- WHn S Deckers and the Fourages Joe spent Benedict. Matt Ziemet, the and the John ®un<iay near St. Tour- went OPERETTA IS PRESENTED BY 5THJRADERS Many Pupils in Cast of Entertainment Monday Night. Directed by Grace M. Miller, nuslc director, and the teachers, tffsses Granzow and Hullerman, ifth grade pupils presented a two- act operetta, The Smiling Sixpence, at the high school auditorium Monday evening. No Admission Charge. Admission was free. Tttie Bryant school orchestra and the band urnislhed music. Tho story presented a little 'irl, Molly (Mary Jane Neville), who has climbed a mountain to ind out whether it is as near heaven as it looks. There her token, "The Smiling Sixpence," keeps her out of trouble when she meets "The Old Man of the Mountain" and his wicked little henchmen, and eventually she finds her dear old grandfather, of whom she has heard much. I Many Pupils In Cast, In the cast in various groups were many children, as follows: Wayne Bjustrom, Russell Thorpe Dale Webster, Don McCorkle, Ross "oleman, Arest Maharas, Viola Cook, Maxine Brundage, Neva Ells- Bobby toLo r ' wen fish d ast Tnur sday to Reilin es spent Sunday • •>-"*« »B» at Carroll, and ] mond Schaller did the chores A number from here attended commencement exercises at et Cecelia's academy Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. John '" - " G. PINEAPPLE, (*1 . Sice 80, doi. .. &4 •( LEMONS, Size 800, 0/7 _ ioien... O I C BANANAS, JEW POTAT6ES,"CaHfornla White Rose, o f % Ibn. & O C — • — t-cupnj yiaiieu the Boy Scouts at Iowa Lake Sunday among them Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf, the C. L. Holdings, Mr. SEL w C< B> Cni P m an, Mrs. Maude Hanna, son Hugh, Mrs. J. G McDonald, two daughters, Mr. and w% G M?; Giddin e s . Mrs. Matilda Ward, Nellie Ward, Richard Chip! man, Max Schrader, Mr. and Mrs. P. Hawcott, and Willis Vogel. Bichnmnns Away for Week— The Rev. and Mrs. L. Richmann daughter Margaret, and Lorraine Kollasch are at Readlyn for a week with Mr. Rlchmann's relatives. Mr. Richmann was to preach at Denver. Iowa, Sunday, but was w H UI \ he W0uld . be able to do «>. "" """ "" ' with to . rsc ave returned from visits at New Ulm By Narrow Squeak Lotts Creekers Defeat Lakota Lotts Creek, May 29—The Lotts vvv*i.| *>*U,.*V1.UC JLJ1 UUUttKC. i" worth, Donald Clapsaddle, Wray, Francis McVay, Adams. Avada Bingaman, Melva Adams, aaxine Nordstrom, Donna Hill, 3orothy Norman, Margaret Miller, Eleanor La Barre, Loretta Johnson, Jeanette Sterling, Anita Thompson, Miriam Zeigler, Barbara Pool, Harriet Keith, Vivian Gorman, Inez Harris, Doris Jane borensen, Betty Geer'ihg, Dorothy Brown. Dean Lowe, Elmer Lattimer, Robert Amunson, Dick Cook, Cecil Blanchaiyl, Donald Pritchett, Jimmie Tibbetts, Durland Shumway, Betty Hanson, Neta Michael, Viv^ aP ^ HM ' ehn Ben ^. Betty Maharas, Ethel Mc- Three Are Stage Managers. Jean Nielsen, Jane Moe, Phyllis looked tough for the Lotts Creekers till the ninth inning, the score be- l™ th , 6n v' 3 in favor of their op Ppnents, but in the last Wendell Ensch Has Birthday Wendell Rusch had of to and th ba tw „ uu ™vu<u ue auie 10 He has been having trouble nis feet and planned to stop ai Hampton Lutheran hospital have them treated. Herman Pat* Ylslts GrendHon- Herman Putz, daughter Mildred, and granddaughter Zelma Putz, visited Sunday at the Ranney Putz home, Truman, Minn. Mrs. M. A Dexter, who had spent two weeks there, returned home with them J son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Putz May 12 and Mrs. Dexter helped care for him and Mrs. Putz. Help Repair Fire Damage— Fred Lavrenz and his carpenter Art^np £. ed Saturd ay from Adams, Minn., where they had been Pijahn vit with two men on bases una lw °" t . s ' a ?d popped out a two-bagge which brought home both men on bases. The battery for Lakota Johnson and Montgomery j£". s c ™ ek - Gross and Wichte^n M« ' aGr S SS threw 12 strikeouts Next Sunday the locals •pi^i 1.— ' uc jucais will play Fenton here. Lotts Creek has now won two games and lost two. At ! ends Shower at Algona— m M J S ii Richard Potrafz. attended a miscellaneous shower Friday a in r ray Mrs. H. E. Norman's, Algona i h9nor of Mrs. Norman's sister In l . man law. Gertrude Norman W. H. Ricklefs Republican Candidate for Sheriff of Kos- »uth County "Wm. Ricklefs, candidate for Sheriff on the republican ticket, is •Making a whirlwind campaign for tliat office during the last days of «» primary campaign and from reports received from various sections of the county, will be nomin- *led at the June primary by a tre- «endous majority over his oppon- *St ,Mr .Hargreaves. of Irvington. Hr. Ricklefs is well known over •he county as a man who, if nom- and elected, will make the * r ~ .. " — '° help rebuild thp Martin Griese station and destroyed by fire Saturday wtU be here till after Decoration Smiths to World's Fair— The K. J. Smiths 4eft Sunday for Tama. where they left their son Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Smith and the other two children goiijg on to 6>Q [O VlSlt TPlfl t i VGQ. rtrtft nA- u »— >*uiv ACiCLLlVCO aUU fi.L-» tend the world's fair. Mr. Smith WflH nlort *«. -*A-_ j . «"4ilU Lutheran church iDfant da "Shter It Hw > a "St Haacks, was christened. sick. ', and Mrs. E^e are also GM Breaks Collar Bonc- Cleaning Bee for Church— o •—*/ v awi ^UUTCu—• A cleaning bee will be held week Friday morning at the manuel Lutheran church All en of the church are"asked to Other Lotts Creok. The Wmi am Wetzels, the EFiene daughter Ada. Mr „"""' '" Nielson, Kathryn Hagg. Betty Lou Towne, Bob^ Rickard, Bernice Rickard Burnadette Gunder, Donald brton Margaret Shaddick, Raymond De-' R^aVSn £g* Bernlce ^ffif&ssr- BB s; 0Du ° gh - srr^'-iw.A.-r^' KRESENSKY VERSE WINS PRAISES OF DUBUQUE EDITOR A recent Issue of the Dubuque Telegraph-Herald published a long editorial on national poetry week and in it made the following reference to the Rev. Raymond Kresensky: "The poems of Raymond Kresensky, formerly pastor of the Presbyterian church at Bellevue, now in Algona, Iowa, most frequently find space in these columns. Mr. Kresensky, who writes for hundreds of magazines and papers, has a faculty for seeing all he little things so many persons miss, all the diminutive figures, for nstance, on a Dresden cup, all the urns and twists on a bit of old- fashioned Dutch lace, all tho vrinkles on an antique face. "Each of his poems is a pattern, and many of them are exquisitely done. His genre Is concerned with he simple, the quaint, the antique, he common, the normal. He ex- libits no freaks, no suppressed persons, no neurotics, no abnormals. He writes in nature, but he doesn't make nature supreme. Man is his hief interest, man and life. Char- cters in his poems are frequently Id men and old women, little girls, mothers. He is the poet of Spring, ather than of Fall and his verse, as a result, looks forward hopefully, rather than backward sadly. "The wiles of dancing lady fail to intrigue him; the smiles of a kindly, old German mother call out his muse." •+ NO, 5 SCHOOL UNION, ENDS WITH A PICNIC Sixty pupils, parents neighbors, and friends had a last day No. 5 Union school picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park, Sunday After baseball a short program was given in the cabin: A play Aline's Kind Act, a reading Kitty's Weigiht, by Patricia .Mittag. and another play, Sitting up for Hus>and to Come Home given by pu- Jlifi. Attendance diplomas were given to ten students who had perfect attendance all year: Joyce and Charles Mittag, Dorothy Lee ^nsch, Letty and Howard Sarohett Ralph Taylor Esther and. Miltort Will, and William Kohl. The other eight children toad no tardy marks, hut had absences. The hieh average in grades, conduct, and «+,.„*.•. fead . R ev — and daughter *SSSSS Merlon Baker - aeers. HUMBOIDT IS ACCUSED OF FRACTURE OF CODE SUr " A week or so ago the mayor received notice by letter and the county engineer received vertal no! tice from the divisional code ^I 1 . y at ? es M °'Bes that if was also to attend meeting. an insurance „.. At «» I- S- T. C. Gradoate- Ethel Mae Aten accompanied ach ?l Clapsaddle and the latter- grandfather as far as Cedar Fall last Thursday to visit her sister Irene, who is a this year's I. S T C. graduate. Ball Team Defeats Tlsltors— Rich Point News A Junior Cambridge baseball Played team from Burt's las county one of the best sheriffs the county ever had. The Topic rec- aonunends him to the voters of the county as a splendid representative *>T the younger members of the republican party and is especially fitted for the position he desires. "**• -will be fair and above board 0 ~ ^IMJCU x»un s lasi year s Junior League team Saturday afternoon, and Burt won, 4-0 Shower for Mary Fairbanks- Mrs. Luther Fairbanks was hostess at a shower for Mary Fairbanks Friday, and 30 guests .it- tended. Other Burt News. E. W. Schmitt. Franklin, Pa., and two children, who had spent three weeks with Mr. Schmitfs mother and sister, Mrs. Louise Schmitt and Mr s. EdI Thaves, left last week Wednesday for visits with relatives at Garner and Sac City. The F. 0. and O. G. Stows, J. G. Sewicks, and J. D. Grahams attended a family dinner at J. T Gra- tem's, near Algona. Sunday. The tf. D. Grahams and the Raymond Housours were also there. Mr -and Mrs. Lloyd Schenck went *w> win ue zair ana aoove board to Minneanniia io * , "I The Irvington Aid will entertain at the church annex this afternoon at a miscellaneous shower in honor of Ruby Koepke. who will be married soon to Wilfred Coleman. of Lu Verne. Many from this vicinity attended a benefit dance given by the Irvington baseball club last week Wednesday evening at the I. O. O. F hall in Algona. Mrs. Frank Kajewski spent sev eral! days last week with her moth er Mrs. Peter Andrews, Algona. "' Mr and Mrs. J. F. Black and daughter Mary attended the Union township school day held at the Good Hope church Friday Flor»—- another daughter of the , Hopkins is a former resident of Al- 0n k Un MP . ranJk Capesius and his daughter Mildred drove to Dubuque Sunday to visit his son, Edmund, a student at Columbia college. Edmund will come home the latter part of next week to spend his summer vacation with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson were guests at a surprise party for their daughter, Mrs. Irving Urch of Algona, last week Wednesday even- ng. The affair was held in honor of Mrs. Urch's birthday. Mrs. Eva Gardner returned the iarly part of the week to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Raney Mrs. Gardner spent last week in Algona, closing her home there, and will now make an extended visit with the Raneys. Ruth, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black, was taken to the Kossuth hospital Friday morning Ruth is suffering with a badly infected throat. Mrs. John McGuire received word rs. at St. Ceceli^a^emy! 'SradSa" tion exercises were held at X£ au- — ~~ •••"•**«;o t-lictL II thft *H *K Were done in th « way proposed the same would be considered 'contracts" and the code authority Jjes and wages would have to° £ The mayor refused by letter in acknowledge the code authority and told the Humboldt Independent that were the town to observe code 1 requirements the sewer extent would cost $5000 more than under npres ^ Plans, what was done ssyXtzr" to the county w " •—^^—.^ Good Hope Granddaughter of Algona Couple to Study for Doctor J^ ne , C . arlson ' Swea City, only child of Mr. and Mrs. W. E Carlm^i« P i S t0 beein a «ve-year medical course at Iowa City in September. She was graduated last Thursday night from the Swea City h school, sharing second honors scholarship during the four- ShtYT 6 Wlth another P«P». She s the granddaughter of Mrs Charles Wortman, formerly ^ o lives with the Carlsons; granddaughter of Mr. and —n c/flrlsoxi, AJijonji Her ^^''of^^^w'orth. Lakota banks. The Hh Adah, Mrs. Carlson » Ellen - thc city clerk, attended and her the her > MrB ',?.! a " de p »e«ley came for tended visit. • —--- ~ — a~-~j daughter, Dorothy it with her Frida, to lne home at Elgin for an ex- .; Mr. and Mrs. A. M. went to B< _ __ Mrs Scott, the 'latfer's may return with -them. . mother ' m. Edward .Rutledge, son of Mr and and Mrs. Lorin Rutledge, of floW- 1 t the v the Kenneth Rutledge is Do «> a ld Weir and her two visited relatives at Es- e ' th 1 C k WWle Mr ' ™ «• the Boy scouts at Iowa Exer- at the e hi W h e sch hel<1 f ° r ""'* * "" ^ °" Leo Wegman Called lowaVMll Rogers •fil .The Clifford Holdings and G C »K«-~ Lois Lavrenz submit(i>,i to at THAT NEVER can you keep u, 0 f . ( , ness of child-lmoa. S lo <* "oVr IVr ftnOU * r *»ot og Children under „,, contest for L. I. WAY, PhotogranL ALGONA ART STUD?() H ^ Phone 181 SLOWING UP Next birthday I am 70 veara «IH ""Vffi ?,"" f St y " ar in bu r s 8 in 0 s d s. S ° Uml I did not make much of a fuss who* i thin ii*AuU «._.» T . . *"*»B W 111*11 I nn» , humble start without blow or bluster Tn/ a stock of $25.000.00 and own my own 0 ?* J caf ^ everything paid for. y own stor c room, I am not advertising a salp f«r „ below what the average stor , alls 8 «™ fly nprce8 «« . My competitors are all goo^ elft T/' believe I have an enemy in the bunch T^ not competition is concerned Neville's wL « "" far as had any, and has no compeutloj today ?ft n Dever by itself, run on different princi a Store It takes snap, energy, -on good shoes to run , will be small profit stores, run on I vni, f K ture Already the city stores are urae basl s- allow a clerk to put In a half - S amounts to Jimmie Neville The Shoe Man Algona, I«. SAVE-by getting •pent last week Wedneday -*• Cigaret Offender Fined. ^° re> May 29 ~ArnoId who runs the Quick " for selling cig a r«tte3°to S nii^ Candidates for Re-Election • J. BUTLER County Auditor KOSSUTH COUNTY May I continue to serve you? • "More Liv« Power per ** I Ur" de*crlb«» this topM* 4 * advance by Standard's ju«t «• accurately M "more Live Power p«* The amount of keen, responaive propelling power i 1 b X gasoline is the only true measure of its dollar-and-cenw r«- On that count, Standard Red Crown Superfuel gives you »»" money', worth, p/u5. We know that. It has been established W tests of many gasolines. ' A new car with d oigh compression engine requires Superta*' responsiveness to perform «t its best. And, if you have «n oW* model which has begun to slow up, Standard Red Crown Sup*'" hiel is prescribed. Chances are there is still plenty of vigor» the motor. The e*tra Live Power in Superfuel will bring it o" 1 May we suggest that you «•» tankful? Make Superfuel proj* ^ your engine, what has been said * about it« economy aud performance. Judge it critically— falrlv ' «,,*t All Standard OH StationjJ* toiler^ W$trilMJtors of A«l»'•"

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