KOSStTTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, IOWA PAGB nvn ISINESS IECTORY H. W. Mill*' BurtHost tp Sectional Music Contest ENTRIES FROM 17 TOWNS ARE residence 114 I, BONAR ulllvan low* _——— " McHAHON fc LIMA* S. B. McMahoB 0. & Iowa w Attorneys-at-Law voatofflce DATEDjDAYS Burt, Mar. 15—Burt will entor- taln the state sectional music con- tect of the this week. North Central district The contest begins LuVerne Music Pupils Prepare For Sectional noon Class Lawyers bice to new Helse Block. [213 Algona, lown — M '• E. D. Kellj AttorneyB-at-lAW Ice in Qulnby Block Algona, low* 168 Attorney. Attorney-at-Law in Qulnby Buildins phone 188 "HIRAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law [flee over Iowa Stale Bank , 206 Algona, Iowa "p. A. DANSON Attorney-at-Law i over Iowa State Bank ; Office, 460-J; Res. 816 Thursday evening at 7 o'clock and continues through Friday morning, afternoon and evening, and Saturday mornirtg and afternoon. More than 750 contestants from 17 different towns will participate. Competing towns are Algona, Brltt, Buffalo Center, Emmetsburg, Armstrong, Fenton, Bode, Graettlnger, Lu Verne, Ottosen, Ringsted, Swea City, Thompson, West Bend, Titonka, Ayrshire, and Burt. Thursday evening piano soloists and various vocal groups of Class B schools will compete. Friday morning will bo devoted to various vocal solos and Class C boys' glee clubs. Friday after- girls' small vocal groups, C mixed chorus, and girls' glee clubs will compete. Friday evening will be devoted to the Class C cornet bands and flute. Saturday morning various instrumental solos will be given and on Saturday afternoon Class B concert bands and orchestras and miscellaneous group stringed Instruments, chamber group woodwind Instruments, chamber group brass instmumnts, and cello, string bass, tuba, trumpet, and cornet solos will be given. Party Honors an Algonlan— Mrs. Ludwig Gangstead, Bode, Mr. and Mrs. William Debnert, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the M. L. Vinaoa home. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Klamp, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. J. H Graham were Sunday supper guests at the Vin- aas home and all spent the evening at at party at the Dehnert home in honor of Mr Dehnert's birthday. The evening was spent at bingo. Mrs. M. L. Vlnaas won high prize and W. H. Klamp the low. , Lu Verne, Mar. .15— This weekend will be a busy time for all interested in music in the high school, for some pupils will be I taking part in a sectional contest at Burt. Mary Alice Bigings will sing a contralto solo Thursday night, and Maxine Smith and Hazel Nygaard will sing soprano solos Friday afternoon. The girls' glee club and a sextette will compete the same afternoon, and the band will compete Friday night. Arlo Dohnort and Doris and Merle Rggleston will play clarinet, baritone, and tuba solos respectively Community Club Program- There was a larger attendance than usual at a meeting of the Community club Monday night. Moving pictures explaining development of hybrid corn were shown, and J. D. Lowe, Algona, gave a talk on the conservation of natural resources in the broader urday. She Is the second daughter. Other Ln Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Barrett, of Sherburn, are making an extended visit at Mrs. Helen Stripling's. The Edward Beebes came from sense. A clarinet solo Dehnert and a baritone by Arlo solo by Doris Eggleston, both accompanied by Eleanor Mae Woito, were given. Ted Johnsons Lose Babe— News came to Lu Verne friends of the family Sunday night of the death of .the Infant son Gary Jesse of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Johnson, Algona. The baby was born last week Wednesday. -Burial was made in the Lu Verne cemetery Tuesday. LEDYARDERS SPRUCING UP FOR SPRING Ledyard, Mar. 15—A great deal of spring cleaning, repairing, and remodeling is being done in S yard . hls garag0 ' ftnd is Worden, has torn down M«u w 0 rn H « «f .» ' Mlko Wegner, who had spent last 40 garage and workshop. Mr. Wor- week there A family dinner was den runs a carp&nterl cre and served at the Mike Stripling home. th work sh ' m b f , h «u f t Smith went on from there to spend r ' Wordens ha ™ recently laid hard wood floorB ln their bedrooms and have had the « ntlre lnterior of the house redecorated. , Th G , yahnkes have had built - ln Cupboards installed in were Sunday visitors at Peter Thompson's. Mr. and Mrs. William Kramer, Cedar Falls, daughter Jeanette, and son Rodney, were new sink, has Their outside cellar- D. B. Mayer and the latter's daughter Marjorle were at Fairmont Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Swartzell, Olin, brought their daughter, Mrs. Elvin Carpenter, who had visited there a week, home Sunday, and Robert Swartzell, Minneapolis, spent the day with his parents and the Carpenters Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wiemer and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wiemer were at Mankato Saturday. Roy and fidw. Myers, Lakota, were business callers here the same day. George Hagge and his daughter Alice visited Sunday at John Ficken's,, Guckeen, Minn. The Lloyd Hams, Ceylon, were at Wm. Wlnzel's. Betty and Marjorie Matzner and D. A. Carpenter attended a Norwegian Lutheran supper at Elmore last week Wednesday even- Ing. Laura Johnson and Lillian. Klinkaiek, who work at Algona, spent the week-end at their respective local homes. Mr. and Mrs. William Flynn and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan were at Algona Friday on business mission. Mrs. Glenn Behse, daughter Maxine, Dorothy iCHISON . K ONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODOBE C. HUTCHISOS Attorneyo-at-Law :curlty State Bank Bldg. , 251 Algona, low* IIAUEICE C. MeMAHOH Attorney-at-Law Office In Heine Bldg. 325 Algona, low* DOCTORS Dangliter for the Jacksons— Mary Patricia Jackson was bora to Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Henry and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anderson have left for their homes at Brattleboro, Vt., after visits with the Schneider ? no and Meyer families here. ' en Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Noble returned to Beresford, S. D., Monday, after the winter here. Mrs. Noble is a sister of B. H. Gardner. The Frank Biegers spent Sunday at Oakdale with the eon Keith. They found not much change in his condition. The Milton Woit'os, Scrantpn, A HC lU.lllVS.tl. TT V»* I.WI3) fL^\s*.Utll.vrilf „ , spent the week-end with Milton's Banner s. mother, Mra. Wm. Wolto, and sister Eleanor Mae. The L. W. Wiemer home has been rewired. The Asa Warners their home. The George Thompson home has been completely redecorated, he Albert Barnes home has papered throughout. The George Rockwoods and the B. F. McBrides, all of Worthington, Minn., were guests Sunday at Dennis Smith's. The Cleo and C. E. Haucks, with Mary Intermill, all of Vincent, near Fort Dodge, A. Kitley, Dale I Lyle, and Mabel Lyle, all of Har- I dy, were Sunday guests at H. M. Clyde Behse were Saturday. A Mr. Anderson, of Western was here mission Friday. Stubbs, at Blue and Earth JOM N. KElfEFICK Physician and Surgeon Hlce over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 826 H. CKETZMEYEB, M. D. . Surgeon and Physician " tlce John Galbraith Block Phones. 444-310 low* MELTIN G. BOUENE Physician and SurgeoB | Office In Pootofflce Block Office, Ij7; residence, 191 DENTISTS Party Visits at St. Paul- Mrs. Flora Rtebhoff, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Riebhoff and children Francis, Robert, and Betty Ann drove to St. Paul Friday and spent the week visiting the A. W. Meschers and getting acquainted with their new baby girl Barbara Ann. They also visited with Camilla Riebhoff, R. N., Minneapolis. Miss Riebhoff, youngest daughter of Mrs. Flora Riebhoff, works at St. Andrew's hospital in Minneapolis. Program for Woman's Club— The Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. F. L. Pratt's, with Mrs. Glenn Anderson as assisting hostess. The program topic was Today's Art. Mrs. J. M. Doms conducted a round table on Art Interpretation, in Our Every-Day Backgrounds, and Mrs. P. L. Dremmel gave a Book Study of Art in America In Modern Times, by Cahill and Barr. Pringlo Cafe Changes Hands— The Ray Prlngles, who have operated a cafe here the past year or so, have sold put and returned to Marble Rock. The Maynard Beck- SEVENTEEN AT FENTON ATTEND BRIDES'SCHOOL Fenton, Mar. 15—Mrs. F. H. Bonn, daughter Mary Ann, Mrs. E. and the Alfred Meyers family, of Fenton, went to Orange City Saturday to attend the silver wedding of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Rozeboom. They also visited Mrs. Hanson's sister, Mrs. Alvin Karr, Ireton. All returned Monday. Party Honors' Alvin /nmach— Mrs. Alvin Zumach entertained K. Johnson, Mrs. Elmer June, Mrs. daughter Weisbrod, George Marjorie, daughter Boettcher, daughter Laura, Mesdames E. C. Weisbrod, Walter Ohm, E. W. ftuske, J. A. G. Smith, F. P. Newel, C. H. Newel, E. J. Frank, and W. E. Laage, also Faith Finnestad and Irene Bleckwenn, attended the school for brides Saturday at Burt. Mary Ann, Marjorie, Irene, and Faith, Fenton 4-H club quartette, sang Dreaming.' There was a large attendance, and everyone spoke highly of the good talks and the fine exhibits. DB. H. M. OLSON Dentist ice in New Call Theatre Bldg. worths, who previously had cafe, have returned to Burt the and the North on a business Announcement & I Have Leased The CHAMPLIN BULK and OIL STATION On State Street Old Qhamplin customers will be welcome at all times and we cordially invite new ones to try our products. James Elbert will be in charge of our service, department. Washing Greasing Brake Work Tires Batteries George J. Stewart Phone 798 Harlan & State ! ; Friends,Call on FyX-Ledyarders— Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden and the son Harvey attended church at Fairmont Sunday and were entertained by friends there at dinner. In the afternoon they drove to Winnebago to visit the Parrish- es. Mr. Parrish has been In bed ( with rheumatism eight weeks, and! her daughter, Mrs. Hazel Oster-! man, is caring for her. Mr. and Mrs. William Green, daughter Esher, and Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Wa-. Friday evening in honor of husband's birthday. Bridge her I erhouse, all of Ledyard, also call- was ed on the Parrishes. played at four tables, Mrs. Vernon Meyers and Clarence TheesfleW winning high, Mrs. Clarence Theesfield and Raymond Stoeber being low. Gerhard Meyers Daughter Born— Party for Sunday School Class — Mrs. B. A. Storey entertained her Sunday school class at her ! home Saturday evening at Monopoly and other games. Girls who attended were Marjorie Gabel, Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Meyer, of . Phyllis Strand, Jean Estle, Delor- Girls Club Has Program— The Independent Idealist 4-H club met Saturday at Irene Berkeland's, 13 members and two lead- five attended. Lu Verne, became parents of a 6%-lb. daughter, Marvel Ann, born, Sunday, February 27. Mrs. Meyer Is the former Ruby Langermann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Langermann, Fenton. ' Surprise for Fenton Youth— Earl Wallace was taken by surprise Sunday evening, when relatives and friends gathered at his home to celebrate his birthday. Cards were the diversion. Twenty- ers answering roll call oh The Personality Trait I Most Need to! Cultivate. Helen Kern gave a talk Mr. Other Fenton. and Mrs. Martin Larson, on Personality Improvement, and daughters Gladys and Arlene, and Virginia and Irene Berkeland gave Everett Gavle, Decorah, spent a demonstration on How To Use a from Friday to Sunday with Mr. Scrubbing Chariot. Music num.- and Mrs. Raymond Priebe and Mr. bers were in charge of Lorraine and Mrs. Arthur Priebe, of Lone Berkeland, Marguerite Barkve, and Rock. Mrs. Raymond Priebe and Ruth Weisbrod. Farnces Juhl Mrs. Arthur Priebe are daughters gave a talk on Care of the Hands, of the Larsons. Business, 166; Algona, Iowa Res., 78fe D. WALRATH, D. D. S. General Dentistry 'Ice in Postoffice Block. 20 Algona, Iowa KAEL B, HOFFMAN Dentist Office in New Heise Bldg. Phones: Office 44, res. 116. DB. C. D. SCHAAF Dentist Algona, Iowa | Phones: Bus. 133, res. 174. YETEBINARUNS I/. W, FOX J. B. WINKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona " Office. 476-W; Res., ,476-H INSURANCE —' i ^- IWSSCTH COUNTT MUTUAL KSDBANCE ASSOCIATION WOO.OOO worth of Insurance In A home company. Safe, se- D. D. Paxson, Secretary AND INSURANCE MUfiTAGH $ SON loans Eeal Estate Insurance and Bonds are having the building redecorated and will reopen for business in a few days. The Beckworths have been living 'in Blue 'Earth. Alsups Return to Buit— The Clarence Alsups, Ringsted, moved the first of the week int6 rooms at the Bertha Daniels home. The Alsups lived at Burt a good many>. years ago. • Mr. Alsup-'drlves a truck for a Swea City rendering works. Four to Helen Hayes Play- Mrs. Al Staehle, Mrs. P. F. Krlethe and daughter Eugenia and Mrs. M. G. Bourne, Algona, went to Des Moines Monday and attended the play, Victoria Reglna, with Helen Hayes. Other Bnrt News. Mr. and Mrs. Frebert Hackbarth and Mr. and Mrs. Fred ' Wesenberg, Dows, were guests at the Rev. G. H. Wesel home Friday. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Walter Widdle, Fenton, visited at the Weasel home, and on Monday Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Arnold, Mrs. Clarence Arnold, and Mrs/ Martha Bred- brenner, Klemme, visited at the Wessel home. The Lyle Johnsons and Mrs. Joe Beitz and baby, of Lake Crystal, Minn., visited from Friday to Sunday with Burt relatives, the John- being called here by the grand- The girls then sang songs. The next meeting will be held at Marguerite Barkve's. Dorothy Airhardt Is Hostess— a 500 party last week Tuesday a 00 party last .week evening at Raymond 'Dorothy Airhardt and her sister Clydine, students in the Fenton high school, spent the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Airhardt, near Clarion. Mrs. F. H. Bohn and her daughter Mary is Mayne, and Marjorie Mayer. Skaar Buys Another Track— Lars Skaar and Elvin Carpenter drove to Mankato Friday, and Mr.'' Skaar' drove home a new International truck. He is in the trucking business and operates two large trucks. Jake Stublie drives the other one. Other Ledyard News Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, son Duane, and Mrs. Asa Warner were at Algona Sunday afternoon and called on-Mrs. John Holt and the latter's new son at the General hospital. Thence the Thompsons and Warners went on to visit relatives at Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Junkemeier their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blome, Mrs. Ella Gelhaus, Mr and Mrs. Cliiftonl Engelby, and sons, the Fred Laabs family, Mrs . . Tuesday Ann were with Mrs. Bonn's par- Priebe e. e nts, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Goeders, There were four tables in -play, near Cylinder. and high was won by Ruth Wels- i Florence Weisbrod, Edith Laage, brod and Clarence Yager, Kern <and David Weisbrod Helen and Mrs. . Minnie Starke, Des being Moines teacbers, spent -the week- low. Others attending were Mary end wlth tneir respec tive parents, Ann Bonn, Edward Lindsey, Lu- Mr- and MrSi c F c Laage and cllle Meyer, Mervin Priebe, Vivian , W- Jf Weisbrod. A. P. Peterson Voigt, Mervin Widdel, Faith Finne- | accompanied them to Des Moines staB, Lloyd Kern, Mr. _and Mrs. j for a vlsit wlth re ] at i v es. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Wittkopf, Algona, were Sunday evening dinner, guests at Arnold Hantelman's, and Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Priebe nidg. Phone 105 Raymond Priebe, and Rolin Geronsin. Two Social" Events Given— • Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe enterr tained at dinner last week Thursday evening Mr., and Mrs. T. O. McFall, Cedar Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McFall, .and the Frank McFalls. Mr. and Mrs. Ar- were evening visitors there. W. V. Yager, son Clarence, Mrs. and Mrs. Amos Finnestad were Fairmont visitors Thursday. - Mrs. Milton Weisbrod, daughter Marlene Sylvia, and Lucille Wsis- sons, death of Mrs. Johnson's father, Ed Marlow. Your Money's Worth in T ^ ESTATE, BEAL ESTATE L OANS, AND INSUEANCE JOEL M. HEBBST ice over i a . state Bk, Phone 83 Algonn, Iowa » i See 1>. D. PAXSON I Town Dwelling, Household ^, and Automobile Insurance. 'lot neglect your policy" for-'ot- r u 'ess occurs when insurance Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth May, Emmetsburg, and Editor and Mrs. Edgar Inlay, Lakota, spent Sunday at the J. G. Sewick home. The Rev. C. B. Mitchell was also a supper guest at the Sewick home. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Moore, Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Leonard Schmidt and children, Bode, spent the -week-end at the Paul Moore hmoe. Mr. Schmidt also spent Sunday there. Mr. and Mrs. L. Pettit's at the A. Boettcher --.,- SHOE SHOP olioes Shlned and itepjiind, and their nephew, Billie Boettcher, -were Sunday supper guests at the Charles Sphemmel home ;at ^he^Rev. L. Rlchmann, < Luejla Bleicb, and Lois Lavrenz attended a Sunday school teachers' meeting of the 'Algona circuit at Algona Sunday afternoon. lowe Uiuaj «**vv*— — .• ,., Marian Hoppe and Miss Bollie spent the week-end at Miss Bol- He's home at Madrid. Coach Axe} Anderson attended the basketball tournament at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Thaves spent Sunday at the J. Kieweit' hoine., ip Buffalo Center. Mrs. Kieweit W a cousin of Mr. Thaves. .,','•' lone Moyer went to Des Moines Saturday to attend a beauty operator's convention being held tnere the first of the week. The Roecoe .Mawdsteys were Sunday dinner guests at the L.' B. Roetroan home. , ™, f Fprtnlghtly club meete Prl- at Mrs. Sen Babl- evening. Mrs. Samuel Warner won high, Mrs. Charles Glaus was low, and Mr. Warner a chair prize. Girl's Birthday is Observed- Mrs. Amos Finnestad entertained Saturday In honor of her daughter Rosemary's 12th birthday. Rosemary received a large number of gifts. Attending were Lavonne Newel, Eunice Johnson, Shirley, Pauline, and Phyllis Frank, Lorraine, Gerhart, Kathryn Ohm, Phyllis Gade, Dorothy Ann Cody, Lorraine Willrett, and Verdel Borchardt. B. D. Wehrspann Unimproved— The Hildredth Pettits and Ernest Voettler visited Mrs. --""'father, R. D. Webrspann Mayo hospital Sunday. The Rev. H D. Stahmer and Wilfred Bler- stedt, Falrville, called on him Monday. Mr. Webrspann has pneumonia and at this writing his condition is not improving as rapidly as was hoped for. Mrs. Wehrspann is with him, Nine to S, S. Institute— Mrs. Ernest Voettler, Mrs. Edw. Priebe, Mrs. Hilbert Hantelman, Mrs Martin Hantelman, Laurnetta Bruhn, Sidonia Bierstedt, Clara Brubn, Marjorie Johnson, and the ReV. H. D. Stahmer, all from the Falrville Lutheran church, attendr ed a Sunday school teachers Institute at the Lutheran church at Algona Sunday^ Give Wedding Dance— visit relatives, and Lucille accompanied friends at Des Moinos Mon- — day to attend a state convention of cosmetologists. Fred and Elmer Grelnert, Haran Kramer, Irvin Frink, Philip SVander, Axel Peterson, and J. A, Schwartz were among Fenton . peo- ile to attend a state basketball ournament at Dee Moines last week-end. Mrs. Henry Reimers, Mrs. H. A. ,ee, and Mrs. .V. J. Tatum attend- d a party at Ringsted last week Thursday. Mrs. Reimers' daugh- :er-in j law, Mrs. Raymond Reimers, was one of the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach, Rolfe, the Floyd Torgesons, Bode, he Arnold Zumacbs, Eldora, and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Theesfield, of Armstrong, were entertained at dinner at Alvin Zumach'a. Mr. and Mra. "R. C. Goetsch and Burt Chapter Kossuth County Conservation League presents W. H. 0. BARN DANCE FROLIC Burt H. S. Auditorium FRIDAY, MARCH 25 . Featuring Mayor Tillie Boggs Jerry, Yodeling Cowboy Louisiana Lou Grandpa Jitters Al Clauser Oklahoma Outlaws Adults, 40c; children, 25c. Profits go for a local Wildlife Restoration Project. Algeria's foremost showing of hats It's good to know that Algona's largest, finest, most extensive hat department is right here at THE HUB. The most famous quality makes of two continents are assembled here—you'll find every imaginable style, color, shape and size — you'll get America's leading values . . . it's the place to buy.' » Priced THE- CLOTHING CORNER OF NORTH IOWA J Mr. and Mrs. eecll Lowman entertained at a wedding dance at the Sexton hall Friday evening and many Fenton friends attended Mrs. Lowman is the former Irene Jones, Algona, and the c°up le were married at Fort Dodge. Jhe Lowmans formerly lived near Fenton. Six to Silver „ __ -,.„„.,The Andrew Hansons, Titonka, Thanks for the . Agnes Goetsch visited , the and Mrs. J. T. Snyder at Rev. Sunday. Warren Snyder plans to spend his spring school vacation in Fenfcon here next week.. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Huskamp, Britt, were here Sunday, visiting relatives. They were en route to EstherviUe to visit Mr. Huskamp's father, Herman 'Huskamp, patient at the Colemah hospital. The Lewis Reeds, Algona, were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber. The A- ]H. Krauses spent the day with the F. C. Baileys, Marshall, Minn. The Edw, Mitchells, Paul Nemitz, and Mrs. Ernest Meyer went to Rochester Saturday to see •Ernest Meyer, who had a major operation there early last -week. The Walter Weisbrods spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McQovern,- near Whlttemore. Edw. Gramenz and e friend from Fort Dodge spent Sunday here at the former's brother John's. Mrs. C. |\ 0. L*age was eerlous- ly slcfc la»t week with the flu, HARMS OIL CO., Distributors, Algona, Auove at First Sight... 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