Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1934 · Page 4
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f AGE FOUR KQS3UTH COUNTY ADVANCB. Al/M)NA. IOWA. [WEEK-END SPECIALS 23c 25c 19c 13c Lincoln - Lakota Send 20 to AchievementJDay 17c 31 c 23c 14c 17c Preserves, 2 pound jar Sweet Pickles, quart jar Iced Tea Blend, Mason jar Cream Salad Mustard, 8 oz. jar Sum-R-Aid— Be bottle makes 1-2 gal. 23c bottle makes 4 gal. Superb Brand Milk, 3 tall cans __ Miracle Whip Salad Spread, qt. jar Pint jar, 19c. Kell. Whole Wheat Biscuit, 2 pkgs. — T & T Root Beer Extract, makes 5 gal. — .Council Oak Apple Butter, "28 oz jar. (Council Oak Coffee, save the bags, per Ib. Blue Barrel Soap, 5 giant bars Sardines, .3 large oval cans Calumet Baking Powder, pound can .Grape Nut Flakes, per pkg. yelvet and Prince Albert, per can Bozman Peas, 4 Ol/ ft « No. 2 can I fa/2C Salad Dressing, quart jar Papioca, fine or medium, per pound _ Council Oak. Cocoa, 1-2 pound can Silver Leaf Soap Flakes, 5 Ib. box Marshmallows, "IE** per pound I OC Argo Starch, dime pkg. Salmon, 2 tall cans Tea Sittings, 1 Ib. pkg. 9c 11c 25c 8c 25c 12e ILWAUKEE*! WOMEN'S F, B, EXHIBIT HELD AT BANCROFT Lakota, June 13—Twenty Ledyard and Lincoln townships Farm Bureau women attended the annual Achievement program at Bancroft last week Tuesday. This was the ninth annual Achievement day, the first having been observed at the Legion hall, Algona, in 1926. A general exhibit of household articles relating to the lessons of the last year was made, and among exhibits Were quilts, rugs, pillow cases and covers, homemade soap, up- to-date kitchen equipment, etc. The program, which opened at 11 a. m., follows: community singing led by Mrs. Ray Miller; talks, County Agent Bonnstetter, and Marion Souts, club agent; announcements; dinner, pictures taken; orchestra music, members of the Ray Miller family; Mrs. Ed Dittuier, original poem; talk on Farm Bureau subjects, Mrs. Wynne Jacobs, second district committeewoman; Ledyard township chorus, two songs; Helen Bryden, two humorous readings; and the county chairman gave a report of the year's work. Seventy- five women attended, and dinner was served in cafeteria style in the home economics room in the school house. Lucile Gring, new H. D. A., gave a short talk. There will be no Kossuth exhibit at the state fair this year, and this will be the first miss in eight years. Ledyard Farm Bureau Meets— A Ledyard township general Farm Bureau meeting was held at Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Moulton's Friday evening, but because of rain only a fair-sized number attended. The program was: community singing; talk by the Rev. Mr. Frer- kiug, Lakota; vocal duet, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Holcomb; talk by Coun- Agent Bonnstetter. The new H. A., Lucile Gring, and Edith Weler, county Farm Bureau office irl, attended. Lunch was served nd the rest of the evening spent n crops and other farm topics. ohnson Brother to IVed— The Rev. F. 0. Johnson left last eek Wednesday for Knoxville to isit Mrs. Johnson and her par- nts. Mrs. Johnson has been there iree weeks since she suffered a roken arm at a school picnic here, hey are to go from Knoxville to llerton to attend the wedding of Ir. Johnson's brother Paul Johnon to Muriel Robinson next week Vednesday. The Rev. Harold "'letcher will preach at the local lethodist church next Sunday. nul Johnson Graduated— Friends here received announce- nents a week ago of the gradua- ion of Paul Johnson at Garret university, Evanston, 111. He is wel tnown here, for he had charge of he local Methodist pastorate dur- ng the three months illness of his irother, the Rev. F. O. Johnson, a ear ago last winter. Paul has en- cred the Northwest Iowa Metho- ist conference and will take up 'astoral work this fall. Twenty Years Ago A dairy farmers picnic .had been held at the L. N. Thorpe farm a mile south of the fairgrounds. A good crowd was in attendance. R. R. Welch, then dairy expert of the! county, described the program for the Advance. On the program were' George Godfrey, Roy Keen, and Elbert Dealdns, the Mr. Welch was the cow first tester, writer for the Advance and his work was expanded to make the first regular farm page to appear in anyneW'S 1 paper. • • * « A 'busy afternoon was planned for a 'sports day at tJhe fairgrounds June 23. 'Stunts arranged included a grand parade of automobiles, single cylinder motorcycle ace, 100-yd running race, 220-yd ace, bicycle race, ball game, horse ace, and a tug of war between he south^side and the north-side Vlgona 'business men. * * » • Wednesday, June 3, Mary Holtz- auer and W. A. 'Barry were narried by Father Halpin ait 6 ''clock at the Catholic church. Twenty-four guests were present. REDUCED FARES Every Day SPECIAL BARGAINS Every Friday, Saturday, Sunday WORLD'S FAIR TOURS Expense-Paid Plan Leaveyour troubles behindby taking a money-saving Milwaukee Road Tour — as little as $2.75 to $3.75 per day in Chicago in addition to your rail fare! Tours of 2,3,4, 5 or6 days include lodging, sightseeing, admissions to Fair, escorts—a thrilling program. Convenient transportation from Union Station direct to Fair entrances: Bus (lOc), Street Car (7c) or Elevated (lOc). Tour parties provided with free transportation. Ask ua for illustrated World's Fair folder C. A. JOYNT Passenger and Ticket Agent, Algon* y/ie MILWAUKEE ROAD Reduced Rates on ALL LOANS You can now secure a loan o $300.00 or less at our new low rate . Our new plan will mean a sub Btantial saving to you. The Federal offers you the mos complete loan service in the State Various loaning plans. Reduced payments. As long as 20 months to repay. WHY PAY AIORB THAN 7 OUR NEW LOW RATES? If you need money for any pur pose See H. N. Kruse Phone 125 Algona Representing Federal Finance Co. Des Moinea Scottie's Mineral Crystals Made by evaporating natura mineral water from minera wells, Texas. Price, $1. Why pay more? Lusby's Drug Store Three Make Auto Jaunt— The Rev. Mr, Boese, local Lu- heran pastor, Leonard Christ) Walter Sachs, and Paul Hertzke armers near Lakota, returned las Thursday from an auto trip in outh Dakota and Minnesota. They made stops at Madison, Hudson Redfield, Watertown, also at Hal loway, Minn. Mr. Boese's old to.ome .own. Presbyterians in Picnic Friday— A Presbyterian Sunday schoo and Bible school picnic schedule' 'or last Friday was handicappei by rain in the forenoon. Dinne was served in the church basement, and in the afternoon a party of 125 drove to Interlaken for bathing, roller-skating, and other sports. Bible School Gives Program— The Sunday evening service at the Presbyterian church was conducted by the teachers and chil- Hizabeth 'Holtzbauer played vedding anarch. J M. Kelly he bridegroom's attendant, the was and Trade Holtzbauer .bridesmaid. They went to Estherville for Una loneymoon Webster Gillespie was then in .he Navy and had written from afbpard the U. S. S. Marietta. His. ship lhad been sent to Santo Domingo, where there was a TU uprising. * • * « Drs. Cretzrneyer, Kenefick McCreery, of Wiliittemore, were planning a trip to Atlantic City, N. J., to attend a national medical neeting. They were also to go to New York City, Philadelphia, and perhaps Washington D. C. • * * Campaign expenses that year were: J. M. Dye, $33.80; J. W. Sullivan, nothing; <E. H. Beardsley, 45 cents; L. F. Jenldnson, 45 cemts; H. J. McOhesney, nothing; Joe Jenks, 80 cents!; Mrs. Agnes M. Laidley, 42 cents; Claude Samson, 30 cents; E. J. Van Ness, 5 cents; W E. Laird nothing; C. B. Hutchins, $7; C. W. Hopkins, noOliing. • • * • F. L. Odell, daiiy expert, suffered a gasii in Ms arm which severed a vein and artery, when a window at the creamery broke. * *»* A 'high sdliool alumni banquet was to 'be held at the Bryant school building. • * * t A total of 78,385 hogs were lost 'by cholera tliait season. Tllie i'ig j ures were compiled by the assessors. Many farmers lost as many as 100 and more. In a report published in the Advance Powelsonl Bros, of Wesley, were listed as •losing 400. • * * • Mexican bandit 'trouble was 'becoming serious but the navy had several warships in the gulf and was endeavoring to .prevent ai blockade by the Mexicans of the port. • » * * <C. E. Lampright had a page advertisement in the paper describing a number of farms iwfhdch he 'owned or controlled. DAUGHTER OF TITONKA M, D, IS MARRIED Titonka, June 12—John Bleich and Magdalene Sartor, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Pierre Sartor, were married Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock in the Catholic church at Magnolia, The bridesmaid was Alice Sartor, sister of the bride, and bridegroom's attendant was CLUB AT L, R, PLANS PICNIC FOR CHILDREN Lone Rock, June 13—The Lone Rock Mother's club met last week Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. E. M. Jensen, Mrs. Harry Fector assisting. Mrs. Fector read the scrip- .ure, followed by the Lord's Prayer. Roll call was answered by a "hard nut to crack." Instead of the regu- ar meeting it was voted to have a children's picnic July 1. The re- 'reshment committee is Mrs. N. L. lotton, Mrs. Glenn Sharp, and Mrs. Trank Flaig; entertainment, Mrs. Otis Sanders and Mrs .B. M. Jensen. Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and Mrs. W. G. Flaig were named as a membership committee. Mrs. N. L. lotion read a paper on "How Their Vlinds Work." Coila Jane Hollis- ;er sang two vocal selections, accompanied by her banjo. Each Mother's club member is to bring a nickel to the picnic. Prizes will be given for races. infected throat. Her condition is now much improved. Shower Honors Emma Meyer— A pre-nuptial shower for Emma Meyer was given at Albert Hutchnson's Friday afternoon. She will oon be married to Lloyd Hutchinon. eague Has Demonstration— The 4-H Burt Lively League club let at Harry Hobson's a week ago 'uesday. A demonstration on caning was given. Attend College Graduation— Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton, W. J. Cotton, and Delina Rogers, drove; to Ames Saturday afternoon, the Cottons visiting the Harley Snelli- tos, and Delina staying for an extended visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Stoll. The Cottons attended the state college baccalaureate services Sunday, the Dean of Religion of Yale university giving the sermon. They returned Monday morning. Illinois Visitors Go Home- Mrs. Lillian Worthington, daughters Hulda and Edith, and son Hugo, returned last week Wednesday from Minooka, 111., where they visited the Harley Olsons. They also visited the Frank Detthoffs in Hampshire, 111., and they returned with the Worthlngtons for a visit. They went back to their home Saturday, Edith going on to Chicago, where she is employed at the Cook county hospital. Lone Bock Girl Honored— Eileen Walsh, student at Briarcliff college, Sioux City, arrived home Friday. A friend, Marjorie Rosendahls, returned with them, "he Rosendahls left Sunday for Jharles City to visit Mrs. Rosen- ahl's sister, Mrs. Frank Claytons, or a week. Tine V. V. Fryes had as Sunday guests 03. iB. Frye and Mr. and Mrs. f. L. Beckman, all of Cylinder, 'illian Frye and Ben Johnson, of Immetsburg. Mrs. B. B. Frye and daughter Lola, who have spent the ast two weeks here, returned with hem. The Busy Friday club met at Mrs. im Ackarman's with 16 present. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt. The Larkin lub met last Thursday afternoon vith Mrs. Frank Householder, Mrs. Calvin Householder hostess. Supervisor and Mrs. Charles Morris and daughter Vera, and Ernest Krueger, Burt, spent Sunday at A. F. Krueger's at Fairmont. Wallers in the afternoon were the iVill Christensons and Laurence Sweifels. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt, dren of the daily vacation school, and it consisted of Bible oxer- cises, songs, readings, rhythm band music, and a short play. Local Teacher Has Eesigned— Audrey Hastings, 5th and 6th grade teacher here for some years, recently resigned and will teach next year at New Providence, where she will also keep house for her father. Water Tower is Renovated— The city water tower is being reconditioned inside and out, and the exterior will be painted in silver instead of black. Other Lakota News. The Rev. and Mrs. Frerking, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heetland, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ukena, drove to Twin Lake park Monday to attend a ministers' and elders' picnic for all Presbyterian churches in the Fort Dodge presbytery. A Bible school which was conducted here last week and the week before, was a. success. One hundred fifteen children attended, and this was the largest attendance such a school has ever had here. Mrs. Harry Moe accompanied the Rev. F. O. Johnson to Ledyard Friday to attend a one o'clock luncheon served by a Methodist Missionary society there. Mrs. A. A. Bishop, Algona, was speaker. William Ley Jr. took James Ley and Vernard Underdahl, Lakota, Register and Tribune carriers, to Des Moines Monday to attend carrier convention. This was real thrill for the boys. Mrs. A. Q. Smith's Methodist Aid division entertained the Commercial club dinner at the churcfli last Thursday evening, but only ten members of the club attended. Roland, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Nelson, northeast of town, left a week ago for Chicago, after a month with Lis parents. His home is in Nebraska. John Ailts, who attends college at German Valley, 111., came home a week ago, Buchman, Creston, returned iier for a visit. These girls Other Lone Bock. The Orville Rosendahls, of Su- erior, spent Friday and Saturday t William Krause's. ;ett, who has been Harold Pad- visiting the the Ar- tliur"Bleich, of Wesley, brother of the groom. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at Mrs. Earl Lough's at Magnolia. Following a wedding breakfast the newly married couple drove to Chicago, where they are spending a few days on their honeymoon at the World's fair and visiting a sister of the bride, Mercedes Sartor. John Bleich, Magdalene Sartor, Lucille Cosgrovo, Alice Sartor, and Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher drove to Magnolia Monday. Dr. and Mrs. Pierre Sartor and Mr. and Mrs. Guido Sartor drove down Tuesday morning. Shower for Magdalene Sartor— A shower honored Magdalene Sartor last Thursday night at the Pannkuk coliseum. Hostesses were Mrs. Carrie Bonacker, Mrs. Ann Schenck, Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe, Mra Homer Downs, Mrs. Fred Wentz Mrs. Estelle Blanchard, and Mrs Mary Oesterreicher. Many beautiful gifts were presented, and a delicious lunch was served. The color scheme was pink and white There were 48 guests present, ant among out-of-town guests were and Alben Mrs. Minnie Mousel, Mrs. Tillie Loebig, and Isabelle Kearns, of Wesley; Mrs Garman and Mrs. Forberger, Garner; Mrs. Marie Amesburg, Cariner; and Mrs. William Cosgrove Wesley. COth Wedding Observed- Mr, and Mrs. John Alke celebrated their GOth wedding anniversary Sunday by entertaining many relatives and friends. There were 250 people present. Services were held in the afternoon with the Rev. H. W. Schoenlein giving the talk. The congregation presented Mr. and Mrs. Alke with a 23-piece tea set and a gold certificate. They received many other individua gifts. Mrs. Martha Fuls baked a 12-pound cake, and Mrs. Schoen lein decorated it. The beautifully decorated cake was served with ice cream and coffee. Mr. and Mrs John Alke have three living chil dren, and two great grandchildren Bride Honored at Party— A bridge luncheon and shower was given at Mrs. George Bonack Farmer Wants Light on the Process Game By Art Fnrstcnnn. Fcnton, Hay 28—Hero Is an interesting story to show how the fanner Is making money in these brilliant times after tho depression Jws turned the cor- A week ngo I tried to sell a two-yenr-old hog which .weighed 700 pounds. The buyer looked him over and decided that he was too old and too big, so I shipped him to market. On Mils hog the government collected a tax of $2.25 cwt, which amounted to about $16, and for my two years of care and feed I got $1.50. I shipped n few other hogs with him, and the trucking fee was $1.75. You see from this how fast the farmer Is jumping ont of tho depression. An old proverb says you can't squeeze blood out of a turnip, but nowadays the life Is squeezed out of farmers. This hog was farrowed In 1031 and does not go In under tho allotment plan by which there is a $5 bonus. What I'd like to know Is who gets this $10, when no bonus is paid? Mrs. M. F. Schiitz Schiltz, of Bancroft; er's Monday afternoon by Mrs George Bonacker and Mrs. Ear Stott in honor of Magdalene Sar >eona Hawks, Birestedt, Mrs. and Theodore Melvin Krueger drove to Fort Dodge last week Wednesday, Raymond and Theodore attending a plumber's conven- ion. Dorothy Macumber spent the with were honored by being selected as members of the Gold Mask of Sioux City Sunday. Miss Buchman's mother, Mrs. Frank Buchman, and ,son Zendolin, were guests at Hugh Walsh's, her daughter returning with them, College Students Come Home— Gordon Blanchard, student at Iowa State Teacher's college, Cedar Falls, returned home for the summer a week ago Monday. Vera Morris and Mainard Genrich, students at the state college at Ames returned home Friday. Vera wen back Tuesday to take a six weeks summer school course. Birthday Party is Given- Mrs. William Nelson entertained a week ago Tuesday afternoon in honor of her daughter Ruby's llth birthday. Attending were June Rahn, Doris Mae Blanchard, Lu cille Genrich, Dorothy Jensen, Mary Jane Hofius, Eunice Priebe, an Maxine Simpson. Attend School of Instruction— The Rev. S. M. Gladstone, daughter Margaret, Dorothy Dacken, Lillian Angus, and Mrs. Myrle Milligan left Friday for Scranton, where they will attend a Bible school of instruction for a week. Gash Cut in Arm- Harold Angus met with an accident Sunday when he jumped from the ice house onto the ice tongs, and cut his arm severely. Five stitches were taken to close the wound. Cuts Gash in Forehead— Joan, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Flaig, fell on the front steps of their home last Thursday and cut a gash in the forehead, which required a clamp to close the wound. Infected Throat Improving— Mrs. Dell Marlow, who lives north of town, is suffering with partial paralysis caused from an week-end visiting friends in Fort Dodge. Clarence Macumber arrived home last week Wednesday from camp in Forest City. Esther Godden, who underwent an operation for appendicitis a week ago Monday at the Wohnke hospital in Bancroft, was able to •eturn home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William Fisher and Ralph Priebe left Saturday for Waseka, 111., where they will visit the Fisher's daughter, Mrs. Ross Korner. Mrs. Alex Krueger, daughter Muriel, and Mrs. Laurence Newbrough and son, spent last Tuesday at M. E. Blanchard's, at Irvington. Mrs. Clarence Schendel, Buffalo Center, returned home a week ago Monday, after spending a few days with her aunt, Mrs. Lillie Thomp- tor. The decorated house was in pink beautifully and white .THURSDAY '. Jl son. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard and son Howard, and the Edward Blanchards, Irvington, spent Sunday at Roy Zunkel's. The Henry Stebritz family and Mrs. Barbara Stebritz, of Algona, were Sunday callers at the Mrs. E. M. Hawks home. The Herman Willretts, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Penny, of Spencer, were callers at Prank Plaig's Sunday. The Carl Zollers, of Lakota, were Sunday guests at Frederick Schultz's. Charles Zoller returned with them. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger spent Monday in Port Dodge, Alex attending an elevator manager's convention. The I. W. Nelsons spent the week-end at Mrs. Nelson's sister, Mrs. Jess Hohenstein's, at Amboy Minn. Mrs. Roy Jensen underwent an. operation for hernia at the hospital in Algona last week Wednesday. The North Central local No. 175, blacksmiths, met at Prank Plaig's Friday evening with 12 present. Mr. and Mrs. Will Blanchard and son, of Humboldt, were Sunday guests at Alex Krueger's. Mervyn Christenson and Mainard Genrich visited at Lloyd Johnson's In Estherville Sunday. A large crowd charlvarled Mr and Mrs. Chester Alme a week ago Monday evening. Vuanlta Wegener is recovering from a two weeks siege of yellow jaundice. Coach Cram, of Bode .spent Saturday evening and Sunday with Donald Blanchard. Guests were Mrs. Mary Oester reicher, Alice and Magdalene Sar tor, Mrs. William Aniesbury, Car roll, Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf, of Burt Mrs. Howard Torgerson, Mrs Pierre Sartor, Mrs. Guido Sartor Marie Buffington, and Mrs. Horac' Schenck. South Dakotnns in Vislfc- William T. Vickerman, Thoma and Blair Vickerman, of Colman S. D., arrived a week ago Monda at Eric Peterson's, where they re mained till Thursday visiting. Thomas Vickerman and son Blair returned to Colman Thursday, but William T. Vickerman, who will be 90 years old in July, will spend the summer with his daughter, Mrs. Peterson. The group drove to West Bend Wednesday. Birthday Party Is Given- Audrey Brandt celebrated her llth birthday Friday with a party. Guests were Lois, Maurice, Bobby, and Donald Boyken, Elviua and Wilma Heesch, Leona Brandt, Frederick Wentz, William and John Rade, Mrs. Dick Franzen, and the Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Schoenlein. Audrey was presented with many gifts. Junior League Gives Party— The Junior Epworth League held a party in the basement of the Methodist church last week Wednesday night. Members who entertained were Robert and Dorothy Budlong, Clarice Falk, and Dorothy Peterson. Games were played and a delicious lunch was served. Twenty members attended. Surprise Dinner is Given— A surprise dinner party in honor of Mr, and Mrs. Harry Seed's 20th wedding anniversary was given Friday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lee 0. Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Howard French, and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Downs. The dinner party was prepared by Helen Beed, daughter of the Harry Beeds. Lutheran Bible School Opened— pend the summer. She finished her freshman year. The William Stoutenbergs, Burt accompanied by their daughter Mrs. Ray Budlong, of Titonka drove to Mason City on business ast Thursday. Louise Conradi, who spent the past three months visiting in Chi:ago, returned Monday. Miss Con- adi also visited the World's fair The Guido Sartors moved into ;he apartments above Dr. Pierre Sartor's office last week. Some repairs were made on the building Phydelia Peterson, Mrs. Lynn tallies, and daughter Jackie, am Mrs. Rasmus Hansen were Forest ity business callers Friday. Mrs. R. C. Ball and daughters Barbara and Patty drove to Monroe, Wis., last week to spend :ew days visiting relatives. Arlo Larson and Harold Gartner drove to Clarion and Rowan Saturday to spend the week-end visiting relatives and friends. The Rev. H. W. 'Sohoenlein and :he Rev. Killian drove to St. Pau Tuesday to attend a conference for ten days. Beryl Bogges drove to Ames lasi Thursday and spent a few days visiting friends. She returned Sun day. Clayton Schriner, West Union spent a few days last week wit! his friend, Ardith Nauman. The T. A. Dunmires left last week for Newton to spend two weeks with relatives. Mrs. M. F. Schiltz, Bancroft, spent one day last week visiting at Dr. Pierre Sartor's. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Larson, of Clarion, spent a few days with the L. B. Larsons. Margaret Burke, Blue Earth, is visiting this week with her cousin, John Wentz. c Titonka defeated Woden 13-0 Sunday on the Titonka diamond. Five From County On I. S. T. C. List Leona E. Borchardt, Fenton, Loraine M. Peterson, Titonka, and Eldora M. Struecker, Fenton, received rural teachers' diplomas at commeneement exercises at the I. S. T. C., Cedar Falls, Monday. Mararet Habegar, Algona, received an elementary teachers' diploma; Grace Rummons, Livermore, a de- Tee of bachelor of science in com- nercial education; and Mary Irene Aten, daughter of the Burt Presbyterian pastor, a degree of bachelor of science in home economics. • East of Burt Farm Sold to Algonian Burt, June 5—Floyd Duncan, who lias been operating a dairy and upplying most of Burt people with The Lutheran Bible school opened last week with 33 pupils attending. The Rev. H. W. Schoenlein is teacher. There will be school for six weeks from 8:30 to 12 in the morning. The pupils range from 13 years old to eight years. At National Medical Meeting— Hamstreet for Pittsburgh Friday to meet his wife and children, who are visiting there. On his way he will stop at Cleveland, to attend a natic medical meeting. He expects to turn in a week. re- Other Titonka News. s. Fred AVcntz Mrs Tr>viYi Wood, Mrs Mary 'oesterreicher" £ 1 .^ a J ld . Ma e dalen e Sartor and of Mrs. Arthur Lonergan, of Oakland, Calif., at Bancroft last Thurs- u3,y, Viola, daughter of the Ed Rikes who has been attending college at Ames, came home Saturday to milk the past several years, quit delivering milk June I. The dry weather caused such a shortage of pasture that he was forced to give up his milk route. He is desirous of selling his dairy equipment. The creamery board considered starting a route, but decided it would not be a profitable venture. Lakota Ihe Lakota-Ledyard Epworth League chapters had an outdoor Sunday evening meeting at the travel pit south of town. Victor Tripp, grandson of the ate Mr. and Mrs. Schroeder, came from Beloit. Kans., last week to attend their funerals MT he E. R. worleys and Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball visited rorines, near Armstrong. Sunday. sMoines "Dei Molnci' new** |nd fm.it" HERB IT *^^AVJi/ IT XS! Instant Lighting.,), Like a Gas Stovei The 1934 Coleman Gasoline Raj Light it—that's all—no waiting for n, heat up—just turn it on and apply --- gener! tirf\ti1rl n f*l4-*r mn n MJ.«.___ ^ * < would a city gas stove. ' yo »r match] We also have a nice assortment of i and ranges, prices ranging iror $4.75 to $39.50 , HOT WEATHEK ITEMS Thermos Bottle Thermos Jugs ,,. Ice Cream Freezers c- ndow &i Screen Wire! Nelson Hardwar Algona, Iowa Enjoy a Home You too can enjoy a home of your own with i lawn and flower g c arden i Now is the time to act. Put your rent money! home of your own instead of into rent receipf us. Let us help you solve this proble mwitb. our s F. S. Norton & Sonl Phone 229 FOR SERVICE Food stains are bound to get on your some time or other. But don't feel your clotl 'ruined'—because our thorough dry cleaning I gets at the most vicious spots and stains. Keep in mind our Fur, Rug, and Drapery! We call for and deliver. 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