Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 25, 1939 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 25, 1939
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' olirtoh lining, piston Auto Supply Raisers Trinity Mixture la the Ideal protein Mlner8 l 8) vitamins, proteins. Goes ,le8fl than tankage. )n Grain & Coal Co. / t ol $S£6 net prot't per ocre resulted, in on MeiU in the Midwert. when the right amount i applied in com fertilixen. The increased Mller quality due to the potash lowered the cost , pir bushel and left mow room lor profit*. I that you apply enough pptaah in the iectitiwrs i spring to lower your costo of production. To i bmhel oi good quality com requires more | potash. Your sou may be high in total content B and yet thu plant food may not become avaU- icugh to provide for healthy and rapid growth. 1 will, part of the potash needed for high [quality ihould be supplied in fertilisers con- lleait 6-12% potash. Much soils will require I amount, r county agent or experiment station about | toil to tee what it needs. Your fertiliser dealer twill ~~ little ilo use r potash l«r btit Potash f BUILDING Ine. KOSSttTH COUNTY AttVAKCB. ALdOKA. tOWA PAQE8BV1CH Wesley P.T.A. Attends School Program and Exhibition PUPILS SHOW EXAMPLES OF SCHOOL WORK Wesley, Apr. 24—A large crowd attended, a'monthly meeting ot the (Parent-Teacher association Thu'rs- •day night. This had been postponed from laat- week Monday of the snowstorm Ledyard Marooned by April Blizzard Ledyard, Apr.. 24—(Because'of the bad roads caused by last week Monday's anowfltorm, • no bread rett and Mrs. Price. Bridge Lucheoa Mw. 3. T. Walte and Mr»...J A. .eatetitalnedK ati a night because that day. Puplla In the first eight grades of the public achool gave an operetta, Tomboy Joe; Harry Mathas Wesley fire chief, talked on fire Safety; and the domestic science glrla gave a style show, exhibit- Ing aprono, dresses, pajamas, play suits, and miscellaneous articles, all made by themselves, with Mrs. Dorothy Dender as teacher. Officers of the P. T. A. .were elected: Mrs. L. L. Pfefiferi president; Mrs. Olaf Funnemark, vice; Mrs. H. H. Flom Jr., secretary; Coach Paul Nedtwlg, treasurer. There were exhibits In all. roonw showing the work done by pupils during the year. A committee served lunch. This wais the last meet- ting till fall. Faculty and Board Banquet— •The local public school faculty and board were entertained by the (freshman and sophomore ' home-' economies glrla at a candlelight banquet last week Tuesday even- made Ledyard from last week Tuesday till Friday, Wilson's, from Algona, managed to make It Friday. Local grocers had friends who visited other towns bring back bread. No other trucks, meat or fruit, were able .to get here, and grocera supplies were beginning to get low by the week-end. None of the dry cleaners who make Ledyard on regular routes had called here up to Friday. The star route mall carrier came .as far as Ledyard by car, but from • here took his mail to Elmore by. freight train. The roade are In the worst condition in years. The 9*arit consolidated school had to ' .be dismissed Wednesday for the rest Of the week, because the busses were unable to make their route*. Ing. anti Girte who served wore black white. Mesdames Erdmann GIRLS DEBATE BOYS'STUDIES ATFENTORPTA and Seller supervised In the kitchen. In a program following the banquet Rosemund Eckstein gave a solo, and the high school sextette sang. Chlnker-Chek and bridge were then played. Social Organizations Meet— Mrs. Vince Doughan was hostess to the Study club Thursday, and Mrs. George Aldrich conducted the lesson, which was on The Fine Arts. Mrs. Arlo Dawson .gave a talk on Wheat as a Food. Mrs. A. M. Lease will entertain the group in two weeks. Mrs. Charles Kraus> entertained the Good Will circle of the Methodist Aid Wednesday, and Mrs. Oliver Young was hostess to We shall be glad to help you with your fertilizing problems. Write us for information and literature. WASHlffOTON, D. C. ii lilt Building. Laloy*tt*. ludiama morePiofit ATT& LAMBERT ELLU-TONE jfei WALLS the Willing Workers circle the same day. Three to Connty Spelldewn— Rita, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Loebig, and Irene, daughter of Mr. and.Mrs.,Edw. Loeblg, rep-. resented the local parochial school, and Lowell Erdman, the public school, In the recent annual county spelling contest at Algona. Rita was a runner-up. Wesley Fanner loses Mether— Mrs. George Livingston, 56, mother of Arthur Llvlngton, near Wesley, died at an Algona hospital Thursday. April 13, following a sickness of several years, and 'burial took place at Cotfwith, following funeral services at the Metihd- dist church there. Many Attend Wedding Dance- Many Wesleyans attended a wedding dance at Corwith last week Tuesday evening given by two couples married that morning at St. Joseph's church here. Ethel Haverly was married to Laurence Lang, and Ruth Haverly to Erroul Loebig. C. T). A. Conrtlnans Initiation— , At a special meeting of the local Catholic Daughters Wednesday night plans were lafd'for Initiation this week Wednesday night. Members of the Alvona court have been invited, and a potluck lunch will be | served at 6:30^ Three in Family Sick- , Mrs. Lawrence Koppan wafe confined to home a few days last week by a case of flu, and two of the children were also sick. Mrs. Irene Studer did the housework. Vincent Dongban's Mother Sick— /Vincent Doughan was called to 1 Brltt Thursday by word of the serious illness of his mother. She was somewhat improvedJMday. Other Wesley News. -Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Erdman entertained their, evening: bridge club Sunday, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMahon won the high score, with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bauer as sec- Fenton, Apr. 24—The P., T. A. met last week Tuesday 'evening in the high school auditorium. The iprogram consisted . of two selec- 'tions, by. the ,-boya'' quartette, ac- •companled by La Vonne Newel; a debate by a group of sophomore girls, should boys take home economics, and a piano duet by Frances Halvorsen and Marjorie Brown. During the business meeting officers were elected: president, M E. Otterness; vice, B. Gl' Berkeland; sec.-treaB., Virginia Frank. A community picnic on the closing day 6f school, May 19, was approved. • Lunch wais served by the com mittee to a very small crowd, be cease of bad roads and weather. Leaguers Hear Pastor— St. John's Walther League met Thursday 1 night In the church basement, with 14 members, and guests being Mr. and Mr». Fred Wolters, ' Helen Peril, Bather Ruhnke and Mildred Fautetlch. After the business meeting theHev. luncheon Wednesday'.at. 1:30.' A' .three'Course luncheon • was served. Nut Sups fashioned to...,resemble womeiTa 'halts* served as -farom. Following the luncheon, bridge was played at seven tables. Mrs. Freelove Wetobrod won high score hon- oris, and Agnes Goetsch a sipeclal prize, Senior Play Is Dated— The senior clafls play, Father Goes Domestic, will be presented May 11 and 12. Ruth Kabelitz and Faith Finnestad have completed the words for the class song. Practice Is well under way on the grade operetta, Punch and Judy. Pupils of grades 1, 2, 3, and 4 are Included in the caet ot characters-, and the play Is directed by Anna Finn Teacher h Married— iPred Wolter, local parochia teacher, wa* married Easter Sun day in Scrlbner, Neb., .to Helen Boroher, ot that place. The mar riage was performed by the bride groom's father, the Rev. G. T * Wolter, ot Arlington, Neb. After week's wedding trip they returned to Fenton, where they have rented rooms. Birthday is' Honored— The Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder, Warren .and Phyllis,, of Alta, visited last • Wednesday , at . R.' C. Goetschts, returning 1 • Thursday morning. A dinner honoring War- ren*g birthday," was' given' at the Goetsch home Wednesday. The Thursday night in , the Falrvtlle hurch auditorium. This was ;,in lonor*of -tine'. Immigration of ,ubherana» to^'- thte country 'ears ago. Stores Will K««p Opem the 100 •The Community club met Monday evening and It was decided hat the etores would open Wednesday night and continue do- Ing ao throughout the summer • '" ' ' months; Feattm Newii'j . : ' Dorthea-Gerhart- entertained " at two tables of bridge last week Tuesday evening. High score prize was won by Mrs. Weber Yager and low by Agnes Goetsch. Other guesta were Mrs. V. J. Tatum, Mrs. E. C. Weisbfod, Mrs. Paul Elgler and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz. John Wegener and son Walter drove to Fort Dodge Friday to cott- stilt a bone special!*!. Mr. Wegener fell from 8 to 10 feet when he slipped while coming down trbni the silo two weeks ago, and his* left arm Was broken In two places. The Sew and So club met,Thar*? day afternoon with Mrs. Harrr Wlddel. ' ; R. W. Kabelitz gave a talk on, The Youth of the Saxon .Immigration. Cootie" was played with high honors going to Richard Kabelltz and low to Esther Ruhnke. Lunch was served by Alvina anfl Ruth Dreyer. Attend Wedding at Titonka— R. Wlllrett and Lorraine, and Kathryn, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Snyders drove home a new Chevrolet purchased here. A. P. Peterson Recovering— 1 Mrs. O. J. Ranney and son Arlo and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, visited in Algona Friday with A. P. Peterson a patient in the Kossuth hospital He-had an operation for appendicitis recently, at the age of 92. He Is Mre. Ranney's father, and an uncle of Mrs. Schwartz. Patient Has Scarlet Ferlr— Kathleen Bollinger, small daughter of Mr. and Mr». Allan. Bol linger, who has been in the hospital at Iowa City since Januar 25, learning to walk since the re moval of'casts on both of her legs She is now; In the isolation, war with scarlet fever. Shower Given at Cyltader- iMrs. Harlan "Gaard was honore at a shower Wednesday at Fran Mr. and.Mrs. A. children Carrol, Wright's home,•Cylinder. 'Various contest games -were 'played, after which the honoree was presented with gifts. Lunch was served to 20 women by the hostess, Mrs. Charles Nelson. Clnb Meeting Twice Postponed— The Fenton' Forwards meeting April 15 was postponed a week because of the illness, of the leader LUSBY Price and son, attended the wed- Mrs. William Weisbrod, and was ding of Garbrant Wibben and t h en postponed again to April <!» Helen Pothoff, both of Bancroft, at .because of bad roads. They win Titonka last week Wednesday. mee t with Alvina and Ruth Dreyer. 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