Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1938 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 19, 1938
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PAGE TWO Please Notice All Barber Shops will be closed on Memorial Day Committee KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA BABY CHICKS DESTROYED IN WESLEY BLAZE T PAINT~ PAINTS, DXAMiaS varnishes. AVc linvc rverj'tliliuf you need f<ir britrlik-ninir the home. Color curds and information for the askinif. Botsford Lumber Company JLW TOOL, Wesley, May IS — A brooder house and 300 baby chicks were burned at an early hour Saturday morning at Raymond Weiland's in the east part of town. The chicks were placed in the brooder house Friday night. The Wesley fire de- Ipartment responded to the call and succeeded in extinguishing the fire before the brooder house was completely burned. Filling Station Clinnirc— Walter Head, of Mason City, has leased the Skelley service station from Julius Lorenz and took possession last week. Mr. Lorenz will continue to manage the Texaco station. The two men attended a district meeting of Skelley dealers in Bclmond a week ago Monday. Mr. Lorenz was an honored guest at this meeting, having boon with the company continuously for 13 years. Hawaiian Banquet Given by Seneca Juniors for Seniors .\o\v Tcnclii'i- is >"a Seneca. May 18—Juniors entertained the seniors, the faculty Mrs. Sla'gle, and .Mrs. Williamson at a banquet at Hotel Kermoore at EmmeU(bui<p Thursday. The banquet was "Hawaiian," with native names for articles on the menu. The program was: The Gardener's Dream, Doretta Crowley; Products of the Island, Harriet Olsen; Distinguished Guests, Merlin Dotson; class prophecy, Virgil wolf; Hawaiian Breeze, piano solo, Lavon Madden; The Islanders, Supt. Slagle; class history, Gladys Dotson; Volcanic Eruptions. Leona Oiling; Exploring the Island, James Johnson; class will, James Johnson; class song, juniors. Faculty members present were Supt. and Mrs. Slagle, Frank Hnn- na, Janet Steig, Don Schultz, Re- jgina .Berensr, Lavon Madden, and I Mrs. Euln Williamsen. I Seniors present were Maxine | Cody, Kenneth Bollig. Florence I Jensen, Margaret Wolf, James i Johnson. Morton McKean, Gail j Gladys, and Vernon Dotson, Mar-' <-'.aret Lentsch. nnd Kathleen Ken- Martin Wllberg family were dinner guests at Henry Looft's Sunday. Wesley Patterson, student at Falls, spent last week-end at the parental 0. R. Patterson's. ' Amy Iverson, Dows, is the new teacher for the fifth and sixtl grades in, place of Miss Berens who goes to Bancroft. 'Mr. and Mrs. Vern HaWikei nnd sons, of Dickens, spent Sunday afternoon at Harley Hoeck's. STEVHALUZNA FUNERAL HELD AT SWEA CITY As we see it- \VK Ml'ST MERIT J o u r patronage! U'e have no right to expect it unless w can please you Avith our service. music teacher for next .. attended Wartbure coilege at Wa- j verly for thro, yearsT™d"one year lin^s™' SePViCeS ""^ held at State Teachers. Cedar Falls. jevenin<* wi IIS ! S l,p,. fivcl <„„ „!,!„„ „„„,.,•.... ll ; lelll »^. »l sllip sn "S two selections. Girl for Vincent Cruises— IOWA STATE BANK Aliroim, Iowa Deposits Insured one other child, a boy. Edward Vincent. Ethel Haverly is working at the Cruise home. Cluiiiirf in liank Employes— Maurine Hanson has resigned from her position in the Exchange State bank and her place is being taken by Mildred Fox, daughter of Frank Fox. who began her duties Monday morning. School Picnic j s Held— Seniors, juniors, and sophomores enjoyed a picnic at the "('all state park Thursday. They were joined by the freshmen class for a theater party in the evening. I SPRAY MY CLICKS WIT44 f DR.SALSBURYS W m CAM'PHO'SAL P^agJlTO GUARD AGAINST] ^ *»^ COLDS, GASPING I AND BROODER PNIUMONIA! ^ , Wesley Wins From Hurt— The \\'esley Tigers defeated the •Bun baseball team there Sunday 13-iJ. Bernard Erdman and Martin Bleich did the pitching. Titonka will play here Sunday. Teachers nre Entertained— Teachers were entertained at Carl Franzen's Sunday evening af- . ter the baccalaureate sermon. ; Home-made ice cream and cake '. was served. , Former Pastor in Visit— I The Rev. and Mrs. McNulty of .Bradgate, renewed old acquaintances- here last week. He Seneca team lost to Lone ball team defeated the Ringsted girls' team at Seneca. Friday afternoon the boys beat the 'Armstrong high team. Other Seneca IVews. 'Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gardner are parents of a boy born a week ago Tuesday at the Wohnke hospital in Bancroft. He has been named Virgil Everett. -Mrs. Gardner is the former Grace McGregor. The John Johannson family of near Bancroft, the Harry Valdick family, near Ringsted. and the his ; came. helped Mr. Wester celebrate birthday Sunday. Mr. and Mrs! Roy Taylor and baby here here last week. Mr. Taylor has sold his restaurant at Fort Wayne, Ind., and has purchased a cafe at a summer resort near Fort Wayne. James Leroy Larson, son of the Arthur Larsons, was two years old Friday. Several relatives and friends were invited in for supper. He had a large cake with two candles. •Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zennei and two boys pleasantly surprised Mrs. Silas Skow one day last week. rm ~~ ' "or her Swea City, May 17—Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Baptist church for Steve Kaluzna, 53, who died Friday morning a t his home here. 'Mr. Kaluzna had been sick four years, following removal of a kidney, and he had been told by doctors at the Mayo clinic two years I ago that he could not live long. He was bedfast only four days. "Steve,' as he was known here, was born in Boyolka, Russia December 27, 1884. When he was 29 he emigrated to the United States setting first at Port Huron, Mich. This was in ISIS. On May 3, 1.915, marriage took Place at Milwaukee, and Mrs. Kaluzna, is also a native of Russia. The couple came to Kossuth 18 years ago, with other Russians brought here to work in the sugar- beet fields. "Steve" saved his money, and, following collapse of the local beet-raising industry he came to Swea City, where he purchased a small acreage. He and his I by hard work and frugality I up a comfortaible little home „„„ accumulated enough to provide life insurance for the family afte his death. For the last several year. Steve" had been butcher at the packing plant at Austin, Minn but failing health forced him to stop work last winter. He was a member of the state church (Greek I Orthodox) in Russia, but he and bis family regularly attended the Baptist church here. He leaves the i widow and three children, Tony | Harry, and Lena. in order, are Mae Mullarkey, Je- nnne Sperbeck, and Clara Montgomery. I'nstor Gives Hnccnlnttrente— Baccalaureate exercises for the graduating class of the Swea City high school were held in the school auditorium Sunday evening. The Rev. R. P. Bronleewe delivered the sermon to 22 graduates, and the Rev. H. E. Harvey gave the invocation and benediction. Music wns furnished by the girls' glee club. Five to Aiixillnry Convention— Mrs. Fred Peterson drove to Denison last week Wednesday to attend a Legion Auxiliary convention, and accompanying her were Mrs. W. F. Leland, Mrs. William Thompson, Mrs. Harold V. Jones, and Mrs. William Barker, local unit president. Aid Circle is Hostess— The Martha Circle of the Methodist Aid will entertain all other circles this week Wednesday at the church .parlors with a special missionary program, and stereopticon Dictures on India will be shown. The Rev. H. E. Harvey will deliver a lecture. To Attend Religions Convention— The Rev. and Mrs. R. P. Bron- eewe will leave May 26 for Milwaukee to attend a Northern Bap- ist convention. It is seldom that this convention is held so far west, ind a number of other Iowa min- sters plan to attend. Fpiiclipr Home for Summer— Esther Smith, vocal music instructor in the Corwith schools, came home Sunday to spend the summer vacation with her pnfents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter 0. Smith. Installs n Cooling System— Herman Bowman is installing a cooling system for the benefit of his patrons at the Bowman barber and beauty shop. Other Swcn City. Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Sanftner and their bnby were here from Sanborn over the week-end visiting relatives. The Sanftners, both former Swea Citynns, operate the telephone exchange at Sanborn. The Arvid Petersons, Fairmont, spent Sunday with the former's mother, Mrs. John Peterson, Irvington Ernest Cox, .Milo, visited one evening last week at 0. L. Miller's. JMr. Cox, who wns n neighbor of Millers when they lived near Milo, was looking for work. The Roscoc Mawdsleys, of near Burt, arc qunrrantined for scarlet fever, tliR son Junior being the victim. George Schumacher has almost recovered from n serious infection in one.hand caused by an ingrown hair. , John Von Bank and friends drove to Spirit Lake Saturday and fished till Sunday evening. Mrs. Jessie Schmidt. Ruthvcn, and a son spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch. The Rev. A. English preached a sermon Sunday on praying Peter out of prison. Set up a stein . It's GLUEK'S for "•'=•- .», > THE TVPICAL PILSENEfl , .- GLUEK, BREWING COMPANY '»' Other Weslej News. Bottom j Mrs. Homer Anderson and children, and Mrs. May Harris, of Algona, spent Saturday afternoon Gerdes M-^ »«'l- S -^.- and dau **ter, violins Or. Salsbury's POULTRY HEALTH LUSBY'S DRUG STORE •MI^ SAFEffsAifsAYS at UIK missionary me I Presbyterian church | Thursday afternoon. They will 'also take part in a musical recital at Bntt Wednesday. The recital is in charge of lone Lease. The J. P. Uhlenhake family Mrs. Mary Uhlenhake returned Saturday from Fort Madison, Essay Winners are Named- Two local civic organizations recently awarded prizes to students m the local school for essays on asigned topics. A W. C. T. U essay contest was won by Kathi-yn Anderson, first; Jeanette Knuison second; and lola Tobin, third! Prize-winning posters were made as follows: Fifth grade — Merlin Berg, Don ----ken; sixth lasch, Roy field; seventh grade—Jean Eriek- son, Bonnie Munier, Arlene Sax- —•••» "«. «j n uni-nuS, JVliiiri.j CQ.TUG j Sunday and visited the Johnson relatives. Gladys Goetz returned to her home Sunday after helping her grandmother, Mrs. Barbara , Schrauth, get settled in her new , home. Mrs. J. T. Meurer, ana The Methodist eue< " her parents, Reasonable care doesn't mean driving two feet behind another car at 50 miles an hour. If he should stop, what would you do? If your brakes are not working properly you are in serious danger. We test free. All types of trouble corrected. WM, C. DAU, GARAGE Phone 16-,. South Women Thrilled by New Charm DECALS Give Home two guests, Mrs. Wallace Benton and Mrs. Edith Dawson, attending. Mrs. H .D. Emery was in charge of devotions and Mrs. Elmer Glawe gave the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Elkins, Des Momes, were week-end guests at Robert Welter's. They called at H. J. Braley's Sunday afternoon,' and together with the Braleys and Stanley Smith, of Marshalltown drove to Forest City to visit the A. E. Rasmussens. Geraldine Bleich, of Madison, wis., came Monday morning and will spend a part of her vacation here visiting the Bleich, Forburg- ers, and other relatives. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bleich left Wesley 14 years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wester and baby, of Keosauqua, came Saturday for a week at Emil Wester's. Lela Wester and a friend from Amea came for the week-end and at Garner. 'Mildred Benton, who teaches at Emmetaburg, and Audra Benton, who works in Algona, were home Sunday. Airs. Lucille Kirkpatrick had a minor operation in the Algona hospital Thursday. She is recovering. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Ravlin and daughter spent Sunday with his brother Wayne at Mason City. The Vee Mullin family visited Friday evening at his cousin Gordon Carpenter's, Emmetsburg Mr and Mrs. George Hauptman, of Charles City, visited Sunday at the parental Anton Goetz's. George Aldrich, Arlo Dawson, and Alfred Erdman went fishing at Clear Lake Monday. The high school will have the annual skating party at Titouka Friday evening. nomics, and the other the coach are yet to be hired. . Kvamsdale, Bernard faimmoris. Lunch was served following the awarding of the prizes at a special program at the schoolhouse last week Tuesday. The essay committee for national a ir mail week announces that 60 slu- dents wrote essays, and winners, SEED FOR SALE? CORN, SOY thpon^.i F £, d your cu stcmevs' through the Advance. 34-36g Put New Life Info Your Old House O\ No matter how old it may be, your house can be brought at least partly up-to-date and years of good- looking hfe added to it. This operation isn't expensive, nor is it difficult Of course, the total cost depends on how MUCH you de- C1Q6 LO QO. Suppose you- let us call and inspect your house with you. You may find it desirable to do part of it right away and more later. It won't cost you anything for obligate you to get the facts and figures we can givl F. S- NORTON « SON PHONE 229 Now amazingly 9 aty and economic*/ fo brighten walls of any room • Everywhere women are raving about these smart Meyercord Decals that give thrilling new charm and brightness to bathroom, kitchen, dinette, nursery and playroom walls—at an wnazmgly small cost. Anyone can dec- prate walls this way. There's no painting, no pasting. Just Decals and water —that a all! Applied in a minute. Give beauty and freshness to walls for years. Come in and see these beautiful Meyer- cord Decala in dozens of colorful designs, such as birds, flowers, fruits, vegetables, tropical fjsh, nautical designs, and so on. And let us show you how easy and inexpensive it is to beautify your home this way. CO WAN Building Supply Co, Give HIM the Gift He Wants and Needs 500 Suits-latest styles-single and double-breasted—, correct fit for every figure and pocketbook. Green toiW grey tones, new blues and 17 CA «wJ rS browns, a vast selection _l/.«>V"Z9.5u Arrow Shirts Every graduate is proud of an ™ row , a s seen in Esquire. Ties Algona's greatest selection of fl " e neckwear. Match the a $2,00 Others 98c $1.65 49c 68c 1,00 Interwoven Sox You can't go wrong with an Interwoven gift. They're m regular and elastic tops in anklets and full length. 35c 55c Polo Shirts All the new fabrics can be found at Zender'a and eve™ one shown in Esquire for correct summer wear. 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