Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1939 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 9, 1939
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f AGE EIGHT JKHSHMSHBB kOSSUTH COUNTt AttVANCB. ALQONA t IOWA WOOL GROWERS ATTENTION For highest prices, honest weights, a liberal grade and square dealings all around, get in touch with ns before you sell your wool. We sell direct to woolen milte and giro you the benefit of oar superior outlet North Iowa Produce Phone 137 BRITT, IOWA Res. 195-W 17* IS Witt Be Graduated by LakotaH. 8. Hog Raisers Our improved Trinity Mixture is the Ideal protein supplement. Minerals, vitamins, proteins. Goes farther, costs less than tankage. Anderson Grain & Coal Co. ALGONA. IOWA MORNINGSIOE HEAD BOOKED FOR ADDRESS Lakota, May 8—Supt. Earl Grabau has announced the following calendar of events for the closing weeks of the school year: school exhibits, Friday, May 12; baeca- lauaur'eate, Sunday, May 14, the Rev. Mr. Schnucker, of the Ramsey church, givin'g the sermon; commencement, Tuesday, May 16,. Dr. j Earl Roadman, Sioux City, Morn- ingslde college, president, giving the address, and 18 seniors graduating. Senior class officers' are: Viola Thaves, president; Lois Gingrich, 'vice;">Veima Heetland, UNION M. & D. CLUB ENTERTAINS AT MOTHERS' DAY TEA THURSDAY Union Twp., en and> their Mother's day t Hay 8—Thirty worn- guests attended a a at the Good Hope room was deco ing flowers soms. Mrs. secretary; treasurer; Delia sponsor, Grace Kline, Mr. Grabau. Winter Garments We'll clean your winter garments and store them free in moth-proof bags. They'll be clean and moth-free"when you want them! Helpful Housecleaning Hints Let us clean your drapes and curtains this year. Keep your housceleaning work "under control" by calling us. We enjoy doing the "dirty work" for you at spring housecleaning time. You'll appreciate and enjoy our quality rug and carpet shampooing. The ELK Cleaners NORMAN AND PERRY PHONE 330—FREE DELIVERY! • graduate need* a fin* watch) Give a Bulova—for jtyle, dependability and value a Bulova watch If beyond com pare LIGHTER 7.95 ELECTRIC RAZOR 9.75 NECKLACE 1.50 COMPACTS 1.50 CROSS 1.75 LUSBY'S •Many -Attend Achievement Day— Several carloads of women from this vicinity attended the Achievement day program at Hurt last week Tuesday, and the women attended an all-day program climaxed by a talk on woman's work in the home and in the community given by the Farm Bureau state chairman of women's work Mrs. Raymond Sayre. Sixteen townships had exhibits, and much ' interest was shown in the new year's nutrition project. Inlay Commercial Club Head— Eighteen members of the Commercial club attended a monthly dinner at the Methodist church Thursday evening. Editor Edgar Inlay was elected president, and Carl Gerzema was continued as secretary-treasurer. Mr. Inlay, A. C. Schissel, and Ray Smith were made a committee to put up a sign at the junction of Nos. 9 and '250, the latter being the runs down to Lakota. •road which Virpil Smith to Nebraska- Virgil, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, Lakota, left Thursday for Sidney, Neb., in answer to "a call to preach in a Presbyterian church there. He will be graduated from Dubuque university in June, and he is one of three young men ordained here .March..29......Virgil-.has been preaching at Churdan and Yetter in Iowa, and he had a. charge in Minnesota prior to the Iowa charges. Speaks on Plum Creek Program— Mrs. Jerry Heetland attended a Farm Bureau meeting at the Plum Creek community schoolhouse last week Tuesday evening and appeared on the program. Mrs. Raymond Sayre, Farm Bureau state leader of woman's work was ipresent and spoke. Mrs. Heetland was a guest of the F. G. Torines that night, returning Wednesday morning. Farmers Signing for REA— Canvassers in this vicinity are signing up as many farmers as possible for the REA, which will come this way from Estherville this summer. Work is already in progress west of Kossuth. Harry song, after w read a poem Mrs. Dean An piest Mother Louis Bode e and That Old accompanied a Frank >Th'ompjon. Mrs. W. A. the west and meeting was A tray lun< TITONKA community rotm Thursday. The rated in the prevail- d with plum blos- »len Vogel presided. The progran was opened by the audience singing the M. & D. club ich Mrs. Tom Reid ibout Mother, and revs read The Hap- n the World. Mrs. ng Mother Machree rish Mother of Mine, t the piano by Mrs. Foster, Algona, gave a talk, on a trip taken Uast;July-in to Alaska!' and the closed with Auld iiang'Syne, Mrs." Woodat the piano. ' •••' h was served, con- sisting of tea cakes. tea, sandwiches, Mrs. Wood and and Mrs. Kate Annis poured. Favors were sprays of blue bells and forsythia (golden bell) the club colors. Committees were: program — Helen Vogel, Minnie Sarchet;. menu— Ethel Smith, Manie Steininan. Stoffela to iliece's Wedding- Mr, and Mrs. Emil Stoffel drove to Comfrey, Minn., last week Sunday to visit Mrs. Stoffel's sister, Mrs. Carl Bollig, and attend the wedding of the latter's daughter Avita next day. The Stoffels returned Tuesday, and Mrs. Stoffel reported that farmers there were in. no-hurry to plant corn,,for-ah old Indian'had predicted a killing frost 1 in May.'' ' Farmers are Planting.Cora— • Corn-planting'was begun in Union last week. Some farmers started as early as Thursday. Other farmers are just finishing plowing." Orchards are in bloom, and this promises td be a good fruit year. Other Union News. the next meeting will be a Rural Schools all-day picnic at the community 1 room, with closing of the schools of the township and eighth grade graduation exercises. This will be on Friday, May 19, and the committee in charge will be Bertha Sarchet, Louise Rom' stad, Louis Scott, Edw. Hackbarth Irene Bjustrom, Ida Reid, anc Edw. Rich'. -•Ida Stoffel is assisting with the housework at the Ertel 'home'; Algona. Mr. Ertil'lS-at-the''meat counter at the KJA store. Ruth Cruikshank, .a.-thls. spring high'school graduate, was at home with the flu last week. S JUNIORS HOSTS TO SENIORS ATANNUAL BANQUET lUALJ ay 8— -A Titonka, May 8—An amusement party at the (oliseum last week WHITTEMORE JUNIORS ENTERTAIN SENIORS & FACULTY A T BANQUET Day, Estherville, charge. is engineer in Bandit Kills Great-Nephew— Mrs. Lars Reisem, northeast of town, reports that the bank teller who was killed in a holdup by Earl Durand at Powell, Wyo., 'recently was a son of her niece, Mrs. John Ganthrop, who lives at Cody, Wyo.' Other relatives live at Decorah. Women's F. B. Meet Postponed— A Ledyard township Farm Bureau women's meeting scheduled for Friday was postponed because of the death Wednesday of Mrs. Martha Wallentine's mother, Mrs. Philip Holcomb. Rural Pupils Take Tests— Mesdames Harry Warburton and Earl Grabau helped, the school faculty Thursday and Friday, when 12 eighth grade rural pupils wrote state examinations at the schoolhouse here. Elmore Band Gives Concert— The Elmore high school band gave a good program at the local school building last week Wednesday at 11:30 a. m. This was a part of its test work in public performance. Juniors to Banquet Seniors— The junior-senior banquet will be held at the Wellington hotel, Blue Earth, this week Wednesday, and the group will attend a show at the Avalon theater there. "Skip Day" for the Seniors— The high school seniors observed last week Wednesday as "Skip Day," and all went to Interlaken for a picnic. Former Lakotan in Hospital— Friends here of Mrd. Clara Dai- ton, Algona, hear that she is at the Kossuth hospital with pneumonia. Other Lakota News. Mrs. John Minor, Spring Valley, Minn., and a daughter attended the funeral of the former's aunt, Mrs. Annie Boeckelman, Titonka, and visited Mrs. Minor's sister, Mrs. Henry Olthoifif, and other relatives here. SENECA Mr. and Mrs. James Doocy have named their infant daughter, bom April 28, Janice Caroline. The Modern Mixers met at Mrs. Curtis Olsen's Wednesday afternoon, and Mrs. Clarence Madison won a prize in a contest, after which Ruby Paulsea gave a reading. Mrs. Clarence Madison Joined the club. Mrs. Samuel Olesoo was a club ginet. Duane Campbell, who had been in the COC camp ai Bancroft a few weeks, 1» now at home. Ur. and Mrs. Roy Hartshorn spent last ifek Tu«4ay nigit at Mr." yard. later died. man Tuesday eveni Woman's club junior-senior well attended Chek, and bri ion for 110 pe ng sponsored by the followed an annual banquet and ,, was Dancing, Chinker- ige furnished divers- rsons. The banquet was held in the Methodist basement. The juniors, assisted by t Petersen, had elaborately crepe paper ai wall bordered flowers. A f surrounded b; and iris help* an old-fashior The tables bowls of Ame and snapdrag candles. Th did rose and A 3-course by the motlu 23 seniors, 2 teachers — Coa mire and Suj Daryl Snyder, iors, was toai LOT7 The Fenton Wednesday, a attending w< Gengler, Hu Ruhnke, A'rtl: Fuerstenau, ( Zumach, Albe H. F. Mittag, Fiene, John ! Dora Laabs, ard Potratz, Kohlwes, and The Williai the Kenneth anT'Mr. and 1 dahl, Lotts C leir sponsor, Miss decorated the room vith green lattice id an imitation stone by natural ' sod ' aid orall arch, bird-bath r natural sod; .tulips,' sd give >a ee'tflng for ed garden. were centered, with ricaa Beauty roses sns, , also with eilver- i senior, colors are silver. banquet was served rs of the juniors to 3 juniors, and four ch and Mrs. Dun- it, and Mrs. Hoon, president of the jun- rtm aster. 'S CREEK Aid had a Guest day nd from Lotts Creek jre Mesdames Nick go Faulstich, Otto ur Rusch, William ^arl Zumach, Arthur rt and Edw. Kressin, F. W. Mittag, Ernst Jchallin, Alex Radig, Martin Meyer, Rich- Edw.- Kuecker, '- John Herman Riesner. a Bells, West Bend, Bellingers, Fenton, irs. Wilmav Wichten- reek, were, last week Tuesday evening guests 1 at Otto Wichtendahl's, the occasion being Edwin Wicht Mrs. F. W week-end \ friends at F Potratzes w« irig visitors Whittemore. es were at W endahl's birthday. Mittag spent the ,'ith relatives anc enton. The Richard re Wednesday even- at Albert Potratz's, The Hugo Faulsticti- illiam Meyer's, Whit- Whittemore, May 8—The public school juniors entertained the seniors and the teachers at a banquet at the Kermore hotel, Emmetsburg, Thursday evening. Decorations were class colors, grey and green, and table place identifications were Dutch windmills bearing names. The table flowers were, tulips. Everything was fashioned In Old Dutch, and the menu was fruit cocktail; breaded veal cutlets; red apples, whipped potatoes with gravy; escalloped creamel corn: ice-'box Kermore Twists; fresh sundae; cake; anc HBBFJ *JWP BBW fl» pm M 5.75 A M PAINTS YOUR with DEVOE ABSOLUTELY CONFIDED Service mprovlng. Other Whittemore. The three-act comedy, Aaron Slick from Punkin Creek, whick was presented by the seniors and juniors of the public high school Friday evening at the academy hall was well attended. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer spent from Wednesday till Friday at their daughter Mrs. Alfred Bruhn's, near Depew, and helped the Bruhns with spring work. Mrs. Herman Voigt was fiick last week. fruit salad; strawberry coffee. The-program was:' talk, Fly Dutchman, Maxine Bell; talk, Little Dutch Girl, Melvin Heinrich; talk, Litte Dutch Boy, Dorothy Wagner; song, Tiptoe Through the Tulips; talk, So We Bring Tulips Roland Ostwald; talk, Boating on, the Canals, Harold .Behnkc; talk, Supt." F. J. Rochford; song, Little Dutch Mill. The seniors are Harold Bohnke, Norma Bell, Ellsworth Heidenwith, Doris Jennings, and Eileen Rochleau. ( The juniors' are Maxine Bell, Dorothy Wagner, Melvin Heinrich, Roland Esser, Roland Ostwald, Bob Fleming, George Frost. The faculty- consists of Supt. Rochford; prisnary, Nettie Sam- min; intermediate, Mrs. Leo Buttermore; Latin and English, Alice Kain; principal, Margaret Greteman. Mrs. Rochford was also a guest. ^'KiEfi* of Dot Jobs Repairs, Roofing, Car, etc.,CanB«Ii Botsf ord Lumber Phone 856 ALUONA, IOWA j] • ' \ Employ a Reputable Painter-Specify] temore, the same evening. The Young Ruhnke were tonsilitis. People's society met Friday evening in the school basement, and usl ers chosen for a centennial program at Algona May 14 were Victor Efaulstich and Kenneth Kuecker. 'Marie Fa ilstich and Lorna sick last week with SEXTON Mrs. W. C. McMahon, Mis. Harvey and Mrs. Herman Wise the Farm Buieau women's Achievement day program at Burt jast week Tuesday. The .Irvington booth, which illustrated the ie^son on feeding thj sick, won an lent rating, a illustrati cooking of tender ig ceived a supe en here plan with her mot Mrs. C. Scl accompanied and Thursda Sim Bemis. Mrs. Oscar Taylor, Mrs. Essie Steven, attended nd the Prairie town- the lesrfon the cuts of meat re- -ior rating. The wom- to continue meetings during the summer. Mrs. Charlos Straiton, of Britt, came for a ft w days last week er, Mrs. Sarah Wise. iley and a daughter, by Mrs. Belle Waters, Graettinjer, spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Hammond was hostess to the Seicton Aid Thursday, and there were 19 persons in attendance. The next meeti-ie will be at Mrs. Otto Neuman's May 25. Out-of-town iiuests at Mrs. Ham- Mrs. Charles Stratton, Britt, Mrs. Jack. Weiland, of Wesley, Mrs. A. L. Greenfield,' Irvington, and the latter's daughter Edith. Whlttemere Woman Delegate- Mrs. H. E. Woodward represented the county at a biennial convention of the Iowa federation of woman's clubs at Davenport Maj 2-4. .The featured ep'-aker was Mrs. Winifred M. '.'an FT'.en. winner - of an • Atlantic Monthly $10,000 prize on her book, "I Am the Fox." She once lived at Emmetsburg. Other speakers were MKS. H. C. Houghton 'Jr., Red Oak, who •was a guest at the Woodward home a week ago; Mrs. Houghion is general federation director, and Agnes Samuelson, former state superintendent, is chairman of the department of education. Wagner Children Go Home- Mrs. Walter Shaeffer and her brother, Harold Wagner, returned to Chicago last week Tuesday night, and Martin Wagner left on the return trip to California Friday noon by auto to resume service in the navy, ' They had all been called here to see their mother, who was critically sick, but is now H. W. POST Dray and Transfer STORAGE OFALL KINDS Long Distance Hauling Brery load injured againn loss and damage of all kind*. Equipped to do all kind* of Hauling and draying. PHONE B»8 llgona, low. FLOORENE FOR F LOOR5 ANoWOODWORK REQUIRED NO POLICING LA5T5 FOR YEAR; RICHARDSON'S A City Store With Country We will JOE GET OUB PRICE ON WOOL ave our truck cajl fpr you.* u BUT use Uniformly MDiut pwfotmuice whntw] —at home or on tour. £ LU«lUr responie-ii power at your command on the start-up, in t hills. Q AB •bwrfewce) of Mnooth power- any known automobile engine'can utilize. oliao ecoKomy—even surpassing last year's ReJ| low cqst per mile. Q Hifhet anti-knock thuf • MNI •ASCUIMIf ; ; ; SOLITE WITH ETHYL. (primiHm fricid) STANDARD RED CROWN (nv>t"\ tricttf) STANOLIND <l»u> priced) READY NOW AT STAHPARD on Support BAKERIE During the present Bread War they are meeting com- petion without What Helps Them* Helps it w

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