Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 21, 1939 · Page 2
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ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA Ledyarders Hear Pupils Give Musical Program NUMBERS FOR SUB-DISTRICT CONTEST GIVEN HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS AT SWEA CITY 7t> STAGE MYSTERY PLAY Swea City, Mar. 20 — Hobgoblin! strand, Adelaide Koran* Gifford ouse a m TT -" """6UUUH i sirunu, Aaetniue Hornni House, a mystery comedy by Jay ! Smith, and R. D. Smith Tobias, has been selected by the H. | S. seniors for presentation, late in ', School Girls to Algonn— A """ A ""- "-"'- ' - - • The physical training girls drove to Estherville last week! Tuesday to meet Mrs. Will Wets-! brod, who had visited a week with the Hugo Deivker family in Lester. Mrs. Elsie Dreye'r entertained at quilting Friday afternoon. Attending were Mrs. Arthur Krause, Mrs. OTTOSEN The Rural club surprised Mrs. Peter Holt with a "Sunshine Bag" Friday to help her pass the time grs a- Iptlvirrt ATir "0 \n 11 «h . icns includes Keith Griffith, Bervl ' tended a county girls' play at Al- muslcale w is gVven Frid,v " voS ! f eyl ° r ' Lucllle Leland ' Mav ' is K °" a Saturday. They were accom- 1 £ the H S nidi oHum u, W li i ? rW T 1ROn ' E1Us p el"'son, Kenneth , Panled by Agnes Olson and BeuTh rection of Ed ith Ro{ ev \l "four ' g ethershaw . ^M Peterson, Jacob ! Gladstone. Doris Newstrand, coach ,l " ' Will Weisbrod, Mrs. H. H Drever -------- "" ""'' '" at- i £' ^ nlld Ruth ' and »»• Fr'edj-h.le she is sick. ' Mr< and Mrs ' Omel ' Edwards, of rection of Edith of the su'or-, the boys' and girls' glee AI' four j by HIP clubs, tho Lc "lie '' Wallace ! Rt day. , ,r , < ' el ' a, f Husk |"«P «» d «>augh- 1 West Bend, visited the Peter Holts n^?' eft Wedn «dayj last week Tuesday. Vivian Wat- California to visit rela- new, West Bend, spent part of the April to heard band; a Cucawha. evening, and Mi Gym Turned Down— t the election March 17 the vot- decided against a new gymnas- by a vote of 259-99. Other Sivca City. and also attend the San Fran- fair. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Willrett vis- week at Percy Watnem'a. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kramer, Mrs. Clifford Landers, and Mrs. it j i •""" "• "• milieu vis- mra. vjiiiiuru juanaei s, ana Mrs. uetl the Rudolph Saligars in Clear j Harold Jacobson were at Humboldt Lake Friday. Mrs. Saliger ---•'•*»--•-••-Mrs. Willrett are sisters. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bon Leudtke and Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Meyer and j Friday Sylvan Jacobson, who recently , , Ti" day t the where The schools there band; Shall I Show You the Farm- speaker'at er?, 3rd grade; cradle sons (Brahms), Marjorie Gable; Happy Week, 2nd grade; Novelty, present- See Minneapolis ii-e Follies ing Sparkplug, Harvey Worden, Swea Citvanswhn tin oT ^ Bob Wright, Men-lit Ploeger. fo, Minnenno^ t« % Saturday Massa's in the Cold, Cold Ground ° ea were Mr nnri n r T- , i F ? ' lj ° retta l and Song of Courage, boys' glee berso, M ,i '" Hnrfk n KeltllVTAI ' tel '- visited her aunt clu; Alphabet's Holiday, 4th grade; Hoffke, Doris New- h ere i ast week. Solvejg's Song and Sylvclin, Kathleen Rece; The Rosary and Al- laho Holiday, girls' sexton—Mar- Jorie nnd Jean Gable, Connie Garry. Betty Kggerth, Wllma Peterson, Marjorie Mayer; Horse Ring at :t Circus. 1st grade. Love's Old Sweet Sons and Xut- Brown Maiden, boys' trio — Paul Garry, Donald Looft, Howard Klinksiek; Prayer Perfect and Ma Curly Headed Baby, girls' glee „ «*••«:. CMIUU *,uj. «... aim rars. uaw. Meyer were Geileva Ber e c a™e home Thurs- ' Thursday evening supper guests at ' B l she j Will Weisbrod's. ' had an operation for stomach ulcers at Rochester, was brought home Thursday. ^IJWM^^ Have Been] - _— v — Jw ut H llu eiiiueimu; t ««"*oucij' LU VIHII at rieiiry Neil- which had smitten all the teach-' man's. He returned home Friday ers except Geneva and a girl friend! Mr., and Mrs. Art Krause were no accompanied her here. ! business visitors in Spencer Loretta Bronlecwe, Buffalo Cen- Wednesday. her aunt and unrip. -* • Dinner at, Good Hope. Good Hope, Mar. 20—The men of the Good Hope . visit at Henry Neu- house. Loran was to have an op- "ome Wednesday night. Mrs. F. P. BePV eration. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Zinnel wei at Fort Dodge Friday. •Mrs. Amelia Watnem and daugl: ter Lola visited the Lawrence Han sons at Whitteraore Friday. FINAL LESSON COPY SERVICE— USERS OF thi classified section have access t special copy, prepared throug careful study of each line. As about this- service. It is provide at no extra cost to you. — Advanc Ruske, Walter Ohm, Clarence Osborn, R. C. Goetsch, and Agnes Goctsch. 20t club: r Heard a Forest Prayin., and The Open Road, Donald Looft; Picture Song Project, 5th. 6th, 7th, and Sth grade; Bells of the Sea, Paul Garry; Londonderry -Vir ,.., ~ '—-~~« ^ uwuo. J nree follow-up lessons were held ) Fenton, Mar. 20—Thi week was' S( '''° o1 Music Concert Given- busy for follow-up meetings of the : Tne annual music concert of the) home project course—Making the ; Fenton ni sh school was presented; Best Use of Home Produced Foods.' af tllc gymnasium Thursday night! band; Warming Up band Howard T111 ' ee follow-up lessons were held "' ;! o'clock. Organizations taking Klink.siek conductin'" ' ' < on the final phase, Modern Trends ' P art in l »e event were the girls' Henrietta O'Keefe was nrrnm '" B ''eadmaking. , Slee club, a mixed quartet, a mixed, The first meeting, for Fenton ' e»orus, a girls' sextet, a boys' vo- township, was Tuosdav ' "" ' " ' °'''""" -"•' "•- —'—•' '— J Henrietta O'Keefe was accompanist for the H. S. numbers; Mis s Renney for the grades. at i,.«nv,/ i i/ i nies^ritlUJM • — ~...n ,T (i). .m a, In the picture-song project by a 1 ;,,, puegerVs, with 12 attending. Mrs. i -'•' S't'oup, and the school band. , 1*11.11 i- auenamg.i junior high group, 'the "foliowin- T1 '° ?econd was at Mrs. William ' { 'rlhday IK Honored- famous pictures were portrayed"' * Veisbrod ' s Wednesday, with 12 at-' Mr - ancl Mrs - George Goetsch and in the showing appropriate lciulln #> and two new homes rep-1 werc entertained at Harold songs were sung- ~ ' |''osented. , GoeUch'.^ in Ringsted Wednesday Mrs. K'-sie Dreycr, leader A, gave evening at a dinner honoring Char- Our New ROLLINS "c/o things for your legs' /Vew "make-up"for your legs is the magic-making effect of our Rollins spring colors. All with the famous Runstop protection—approved cosmetic,and costume tints. lone a ry. Tbe Gleaners, Song of the Lark - --.-....., ._..^. .,, ^c.-t Boy With the Rabbit Baby Stuart ' los! ™» and the demonstration Whistler's Mother The Whistlin" °" !nakin « aml baking whole wheat arv - •"''• and Ml>s - John Jfansan, of Boy, and The Angclus " " '< bread ' als ° showing 11 different A[I "«osotn. former Fenton resi- The money raised ' by this pro- k , illds of .' lolls that can be made, i cle " ts ' were also guests. <riin Til iT-Jll I, „ .. .1 . . ', , J IIP Hill RIP 111 A 111 m*f 11 11 >ii It mi,-. ... ' . . — - ' OpcOch's birthday annivers- and Mrs. JohnJJansan, of I JIG money raised by this pro- i ~~ .-..^ mi-n. \.tm ue uittut;,; • , lle Inusic memory numbers were! \j, ri , > ' gram will be used to take the contestants to the music contest. School lliis 1!) >"(•«• 1'npils The March moving added Ifl new pupils to the Ledyard consolidated school, nnd only one. Orville Engelby, moved away. The new pupils arc Leon Farrow and Marion Pingle, 1st grade; Dennis Dooc.v 2nd ' Janet Dooc\ lone Berhow, -1th grade; Ardella and Otto Pingle, 5th grade; Robert Wright. Kathryn Dooc.v, Darold and Donald Berhow, Oth grade- Phyllis ancl Phil Wright, seventh grade; Raymond Wright and Alice Dooey, sophomores; Marjorie Docoy, junior. Two sets in in played and studied and were in -u charge of Mrs. W E Laa-e Pic-' M r " Gaard entertained lures were taken of the group wltlr j ^Z 1 ;"!"".^ 1 ' 01 . 6 °J tlle St - Joh »' s tho bread and rolls clisplavccl : , " mol , an A1 « of Depew at her The last meeting of this week ) ™ 1 ? llu ' lsn 'ay afternoon. During wa.-, Thur-driv nt Mr. Geor-e lnlslness meeting it was decid- noettchor's. Mr... Poettcher -i-iii- f, V" Se '' Ve lunches the day of the lesson to nine, with two" new : I. on- ot f hrT^ ^ Lunch WIW home.s represented. June Weisbrod : J thejipstess. iors— m.mn, ist grade; Dennis Dooey "•"'• ;l "-iJn--.-5cni.uu. juue \veisoroa i _. _ !nd grade; Audrey Farrow and a " cllai 'S e o f the playing of the .Seniors Hosts to Juniors 'nnet Pingle. :!rd grade; Georgia • I " eni ?''- v '"jmbers ancl Mrs. Leste,- : Seniors ente, ta "«TthT in, Joocy. Patricia Farrow, and Dar- }Ve, S brod directed the group in ! Irst week Tuesda even n C -^ one Berhow, -1th grade; Ardella f ° "' S111RI "K "umbers. All were ; sr-hoolhouse Others nHP,,H ? .nd Otto Pingle, 5th grade; Robert al '- (a >" meetings, with the noon • n^ihers of the faciiitv D, r£J Vvifiit T^"..tin.,.,. 1-1 T^_.._I.T meal nrenm-pd ;mri ^mM-^.,i u.. .!,„ «,.«.,.- . ->"t.,*. x^ui in^. 79cto$l Kresensky's juniors j evening at. the 1 After the dinner a discussion on the iood value of the meal with the oveiiing vari ' whlcu «--ved. OtJher Fenton \cws IN A and flavor. Uiirsloii Ilirtlnlny Cclcld-atod— Mrs. Raymond Barslou enter- 1 . tallied at a St. Patrick's day party l " OIIIil "' s <-lnb Has T'roifrain— honoring her husband's birthday: The Woman's club met Tuei Friday evening. Chinese Checkers' afternoon at Mrs. E. .. ,.„ furnished entertainment, and lunch i ,.''"• J ' A - °- Smith assisting, .., ..„, . ( ,mj .11 i o. 11U \V clll Morton, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ziel- , - ske, all of Ledyard; Mr. and Mrs ' the Waterfowl Program. Gerald Wane, Alyce Hagge, and j w - Rusl <e read a paper ,,.^ t Lucille Peterson, Algona; and Mr i hy Mrs - J - A - Mueller, "Effect of j ancl Mrs. Edward Hagge, Buffalo' Floods in tne Mississippi Valley." Center. ' I Mrs. H. E. Woodward, of Whitte- v 4>, i- * i-i"^ ^ • more> coll nty federation president, 3lHhodist Aid Mas .Hot'tiny— was a guest of the club and gave The Methodist Aid met at the the concluding number on the pro- church Thursday, and devotions; gram, which was an interesting were led by Mrs. George Thomp- j book review. 'Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod I son. A financial report showed [ conducted a lively "green" guess- ! that in the first half of the church I "IK game. Mrs. H. E Woodward' year the Aid had paid $125 on the ' and Mrs. W. E. Laage being the j church budget. A bake sale was ', winners. A two-course luncheon i neld by three members, which ! was served and a St. Patrick's day brought in $2.20. For lunch each [color scheme was carried out person had brought a box, and | these were exchanged. The next j Itirfhilay Club in Mpctlnir— meeting will b e a politick in the, The Happy Birthday club met basement April 5. j Wednesday afternoon' with Mrs Zumach. Edw. Mitch- 1 Tieman, and George; ' hofer. "1!. Henry were ,,._,.,. Mrs. George Goetsch eiUert.nned ' a quilting party last week Tues-|| day. Assisting were Mesd-imosj Fred Jentz.M Kennedy, Mtrle and Philip i Mr. and daughters, You get ,a BETTER USED CAR from a .. BUICK DEALER Group to State Tournament rp, ' ,. t j win mum 111 ! „„„ Lilluu H ue»is, .Mrs. ;\terte The first and second teams at xol, Mrs. Nels Flint, and Mrs boys' basketball left early Friday j Torkelson, attended The morning for Des Moines to attend : anniversaries of ' Mrs Marvin the state tournament and were ac- i Pierce and Mrs. August'christen- compamed by Supt. Granner, Coach ^ sen were celebrated En eram- JobnHolt Kenneth Busch, and Mr.: ment was , n cha f j,™ 1 ^. Priebe. Mrs. Grannor and Daryl bert Long and Mrs. Dale Lon- acconipanied Mr. Granner as far as: Prizes were awarded to Mrs Sara •it a Mrs Vm'ifnm^Y 1 ? 1 ^ 11 l ° visit '^orkelson, Mrs. William Jnhi, and •it Mis. G! aimers lather's. j Mrs. Arthur Juhl. Hostesses were Other Ledyard News. ! j|'Kennedy. Berkeland aild Mrs - A Mrs. E. T. Halvorson and her son Tilmer drove to Frost, Minn Wednesday to see Mrs. Halvorson's brother, Carl Kallcstadt, who is critically sick. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wiemer left Friday morning for „ _ .,_, \yith Mrs. Wicmer's brother, wil- Forcign Talk is Given— 'I'he Rev. W. Schmidt, German Lutheran pastor, of Welcome, Minn., who traveled extensively in Kurope and especially in Germany last summer, gave a talk at the • • • *- " m.iv UL LUU school gymnasum a week ago Mon- PRICED TO SELL! U»21) Model A Ford Coach '30 Chevrolet Coach '30 Plymouth Coupe '36 Ford Deluxe Coach '37 Pontiac Deluxe Coach '36 Pontiac Deluxe Coach '36 Pontiac Deluxe Sedan '30 Buick Deluxe Coach '35 Buick Deluxe Sedan '35 Chrysler Deluxe Sedan '8(1 Chevrolet Sedan '«) I'outiac Sedan 20th Century. Fox Film Star SHIRLEY TEMPLE - £Ues 01 QO SIZES 3.14* 1 ' 88 . This Easter, she couldn't look sweeter than in one of our new Shirley Temple sheers. Lovely dimities, organdies and batistes that hold their beauty through repeated tubbings. a Cinderella frock BRAND Anf. CINDIIIlU't COtCH These label; are on every frock liam Williams, Clinton, and his da - v to a well-packed house His ,.,, ... , wife. , talk dealt with the economic .so- nnidehaki-r Hegnl Sedan Mrs. Harvey Jackson, of Spirit | f ' ial alld Political side of Germany j WE TRADE' Mr. and Mrs. Clarence ; ls lll! sa w it, the religious question ' - benig his chief topic. His appear-' ".S fl M r ?' stnpe Preshrunk Lav/n with all 'round pleated skirl. Grot- grain ribbon beading trims square neck. Flower colors on white back- n ' ShirlC Tem ' e »>* Fo = Dozens of our regular customers have asked to let them k ~! when our , • I ; | Bedroom, Living Room! | & Dining Room Suites i Arrived. i / i t * ;" - They Are Here! In the past few days we have unpacked more than a carload' of the finest furniture we have ever shown. We now have one! of the finest showings in the state. j i i No wonder our customers come from Mason City, Sioux Citv ' Fort Dodge, and even Waterloo to choose furniture that is dif i ferent and at a price they are glad to pay. • i i If you do not intend to buy just now but like to see fine furni-1 ture well displayed and shown by friendly, courteous Sa ? e8 ! people we invite you to come in, for we enjoy showing thi I Bedroom SUITE ! $79.50 actual value 4-Piece Walnut Suite going at $69.50 $11.75 Coil Spring Free With Suite I l^alte, and IBaum, Lakota, were guests last EASY TERMS! . I'arly is Given- Mrs. R. A. Goetsch and Mrs. Dei-wood Eife'ler entertained at three tables of bridge at week Sunday at Richard Zielske's j anee here was sponsored bv the Ceyhart Fickon, Guckeen, Minn., ( '°nimunity club, came Wednesday for a few days' with the Raymond Barslous and the George Hajojofl. Lorraine Kessler went to Des Moines Friday evening to visit friends and attend the state basketball tournament. Mrs. Richard Zielske entertained the 7,ukota Lutheran missionary society at her home south of town Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wiemer, so Craig, and Mrs. Gertrude Wienie were Rlmore callers last wee Tuesday. 'Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith vis ited last week Tuesday at the! daughter's at. Worthington, Minn. Ada I'hr, Sxvea City, is helping Mr. and .Mrs. Dennis Smith at the local telephone exchange. Mrs. Hazel Jenks came last week Tuesday for a few days with hei father, Oliver Marquis. Paul Albright, Saskatchewan, is visiting at his brother Harold's. PILE FOLDERS—WE HAVE 500 legal size file folders, off color. Sell regularly at $2.50 per 100 While they last at $1.50.—The Ad- BIRUM-OLSON CO, YOUR IJUICK DEALER 401 East State St ALGONA From the magazine for smart ^ women we bring you Heel Latch sh ... acclaimed for their stylish com fort and snug heel fit... availab" complete range of widths and s Kresensky's Now Universal Pictures Star DEANNA DURBIN leeu*\ SIZES 10'-16 Sheer charm at Easter time . . . these new Deanna Durbin frocks styled by Cinderella. Advance fashions that will be smart throughout the whole season. Of course, the fine quality sheer materials wash beautifully. Build Beautiful Kitchens with Sellers nationally known Cabinets and Breakfast Room Furniture. We are showing a full balcony of Sellers, just unpacked. Special, $39.75 cabinet Deonna Durbin Teen-Style preshrunk Lawn sampler print. Pleated shirtwaist lop, slilchcd-down pleat skirl and wool pom-pom loced girdle. Sizes 10-16. These labels ' are on every frojk KRESENSKY'S | LINOLEUM [We have one of the { largest Linoleum and | Wool Rug Stocks in \ North Iowa. It will [ Pay you to get our | prices before you buy Our Dining Room Line has everything from Duncan Pfyfe to Swedish Moderne. A set for every home. We are running a real special on 8-piece suite, only $59*50 =1 NORGE RICHARDSON'S I Furniture A City Store Wirt. r> * Company

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