Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1939 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Friday, May 19, 1939
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LUSBTS KOSStlTH COUKtt ADVANCE ALGONA. tOWA Lakota Seniors Entertained DANCE AT LIVERMORE FIGUEROA BALLROOM Thursday, May 18 Maurie Sherman, at left, brings his College Inn Radio Broadcasting orchestra to Livermore. He is famed as a violinist, as well as a singer and director. His band played for 10 years at the College Inn before gcing to the Garden Ballroom. HAWAIIAN THEME IN DECORATIONS AND IN PROGRAM Lakota, Mar. 15 — The Junior- Senior banquet was held last week Wednesday evening at the Wellington hotel, Blue Earth, with the two classes, the faculty, and Mesdames Grabau and Anderson in attendance. The program, the "Beats," etc., were Hawaian. The table was decorated with little palm trees, and each guest received a nink carnation, the class flower. Nut cups were hand-decorated canoes, and the program •covers were, grass shacks tied with silver and blue ribbons. The following program was given: Howdy lowing program was' given: Howdy, Seniors, Dale Jarobson; Aloha, Juniors, Viola. Thaves; Sweet Leilanl, girls' sextette; Wind and Hurricane. Peter Walters; A Dream Come True, Miss Odlund; Yaaka Hula Hickey, Dula, girls' sextette; In the Twilight, Clara Chipman; Isle of Paradise, Miss Erickson; A Long, Long Road, William Smith; Now , and Forever, Fred Tamen; class-history, Helen Behrends; class will, Patricia Woodworth; class poem, Paul Ukena; prophecy, Lola Schroeder; closing. Dale Jacobson. The group attended the movie, The Hardys Ride High, at the Avalon theater, following the banquet. Farm Bureau Women Organize— The Ledyard township Farm Bureau home project women met at Mrs. Albert McCarthy's last week Tuesday, and 20 women-'attended. Officers were elected, but will not begin serving till October 1, or at the beginning of the new project year. Mrs. C. O. Peterson was chosen chairman, and Mrs. Alvin Rippentrop wais renominated for secretary-treashrer. Mrs. Lou Nitz is publicity chairman. The follow ing cooperators were appointed district 1, Mrs. Jacob Telcamp; 2 Mrs. 'George Wallentine; 3, Mrs Howard Jensen; 5, Mrs. Ray Win ter; 6. Mrs. Jacob Peterson; 7 Mrs. George Ennen; 8, Mrs. Emm Smith; 9, Mrs. 0. J. Rippentrop Mrs. Jerry Heetland gave a talk or organization, and the women dis cussed next year's work. Ex-Lakotan Has nn Operation— Friends here of Mrs. Edw. Hul terstrum, Baraboo, Wis., hav been interested to hear that she i recovering from a major operation in a hospital at Madison, Wis where her daughter Avis, a regis tered nurse, is caring for her. Mrs Hulterstrum was formerly Hilda Torine, and she was born ant reared southwest of town. After marriage she lived in Bancroft a few years, and her husband oper ated a grain elevator there. Be sides the daughter there are twc sons. THOMAS WAGNER, NAVY; SENT ST. JOE, JOINS TO LAKES SCHOOL St. Joe, May 16—Thomas Wagner, oldest son of Mrs. Peter Schmit, left recently for Des Moines, where he passed navy examinations. From there he accompanied other recruits to the Great Lakes for training for the next three months. Thomas received his education in St. Joseph's parochial school, Livermore high school, St. Cecelia's Academy at Algona and the Algona high school. Since graduation he has been assisting with the work at home. Birthday Is Obserrcd— Ida Mae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. • Herleo Neilsen, celebrated her first birthday a week'ago,Sat- urday, afternoon".'Guests' .Were Mi's. Herbert 'Benge • and Evelyn Mae, Mrs. Dwayne Benge, and Mrs. Grace Cupp and son Stanley, all of Bradgate; Mrs. Theresa Hammer, of Irvington; and Mrs. William Hammer and children of St. Joe. Refreshments consisting of a big birthday cake and ice cream were served by Ida Mae's mother. The baby received many nice gifts. Ball Team Beats Wfalttemore—• A week ago Sunday afternoon the St. Joe baseball nine played the Whittemore Cagers there and won. Wednesday afternoon a game between Bancroft and St. Joe was played on the local diamond 4-1 in favor of the Bancroft team. St. Joe planned to play Humboldt Friday afternoon. Other St. Joe News. : •Thfe musical cantata presented at the St. Joe high school auditorium Sunday evening by the Pocahontas high school group .was well attended. ; • Mr, and Mrs. John Steil and the grandson Gary, of .Algona, were were Sunday evening visitors at Maurie Sherman and His Merry Garden Ballroom Orchestra of Chicago Advance Sale_75c per person until 9 p. m . After 9 p. m. $1 per person. Colonial jfresh, AT YOUR GROCERS COLONIAL BAKING CO., JACK CHRIST, Ex-Lakotan's Home Burglarized— Mrs. A. C. Schissel and Mrs William Turley recently spent a few days at Minneapolis. Mrs. Schissel visited her husband's family and Mrs. Turley visited her son Truman and his wife. Truman's apartment was lately burglarized while he and his wife'were attending a relative's funeral. Truman is working in an auto supply store. Next Tear's Faculty Chosen- All except two of the school teachers have accepted contracts for next year. Clara Chipman, 7th and 8th grade teacher, will be maried, and Helen Arve, 3rd and 4th grades, will not teach next year. Audry Hastings, New Providence, and a Miss Maidden, of Lone Rock, will fill these vacancies. Brotherhood to Me«t Here— Mesdames Harry Mussman, H. H. Murray, William Kienitz, and Emory Smith entertained the Methodist Aid at a social meeting at the church last week Wednesday. Plans were discussed and committees appointed for a district Brotherhood to be held here Monday, May 22. Swea City Aid Entertained— Mrs. C. 0. Peterson and Mrs. J. H. Holcomb recently entertained a division of the-Emanuel Lutheran Aid, of Swea City, at the Peterson home west of town, and there was an attendance of 40 women who embroidered dish towels and served carpet rags. "tfrs. Mnssman's Mother Sick- Mrs. Frank Keister, of Elmore s seriously ill a t her daughter Mrs. Harry Mussman's. She wais wrought here a week ago Saturday rom her Elmore home. Grade Pupils Honor Teacher The pupils of the 8th grade had a party last week Monday evening in honor of their teacher, Clara Chipman and presented her with an electric iron. Other Lakota News. Mesdames Ida Smith and Frank Schroeder, with the letter's daughter Louise, drove to Minneapolis Thursday. They were also to visit Mrs. Smith's daughter, Mrs. Ward Dawson, Excelsior, Minn. Mrs. Arthur Lester went to Fairmont one day last week to visit her sister, Mrs. Henry Schaper, who has been sick several months. Mrs. E. A. Larimer, Sioux Center, spent week before last with her sister, Mrs. William Turley going home last week Monday. J. H. Holcomb ia having a visit from his daughter Edna, registered nurse at Duluth, who ia spending two weeks here. Tony Scharper, who has been sick since January, j s much improved SEXTON Mrs. Sim Bemis was hostess at a Farm Bureau woman's home project meeting last week Tuesday. -Roll call was answered by 13 women. Mrs. Bemis gave a report on the planting and care of flowers, and Mrs. Wise reported' on the activities' of county Achievement day at Burt. Plans were laid for programs during the summer, and an exchange of flowers took place at the close of the. meeting. Lunch, was served by Mrs. Bemis and Mrs. Sanders. Mrs. Sarah Wise and Mrs.'Drusilla Noble left lat week Tuesday for a visit at Alfred Opheim's at Motley, Minn. Donald Neahring, who had nearly completed a three-year perfect attendance record in< the Sexton schools, was recently taken ill with chicken-pox. He is in the fifth grade in school and was much disappointed because he :ould not 'attend the last two weeks of school. Mr. and Mrs. William Kirschbaum went to Crystal Lake last Wednesday to visit- a son. and now drives his car down town every 'day. ' ~ •Esther Olson, Keister, Minn., is helping Mrs, Marvin Baum at the eauty shop. Small Loans Up to $300 05 AUTOMOBILES LITE STOCK HOUSEHOLD FUBNITUBE, ETC., Vrompt. courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO to Upper Des Koines oftte* -'hone 12S |ow . Backed by 56 year* of Paint land Varnish Manufacturing Experience . . . Our Trade-Mark Your Guarantee. OUR BEST House Faint, INTERIOR GLOSS Walls and Woodwork, gal. _ FLAT WALL PAINT Walls and A 4 M A Ceiling, gaL $1 .70 FLOOR AND DECK PAINT, £O - A Porch Floors, gal.$£.OU RICHARDSON'S FURNITURE COMPANY A City Store With Country : Prices, William Hammer's. The' two. large chimneys on St. Joseph's church are being rebuilt by the Botsford Lumber Co., of Algona. ' '' Mrs. Theresa Hammer, of Irvington, spent the past two weeks at her son Wlliam's, Verena Kayser and Rita Thul were Thursday. over-night guests of Anna Kayser. • persons tat«fttt«d af« torefey «&ti* fled *t>d MOttind to appear; ftfid show daft* It An? they fi«*»,'WW 8Md Instrument should fiot'M pftM bated and allowed Ah and fof the taat Will and Testament of said deceased. • Dated at Algona, Iowa, May 8, 1939. (Seal) KATHARINE MoBVOY, Clerk of the District Court, T. Holtzbauer, Deputy* HUTCHISON A HUTCHISON, Attorneys. 34-36 NOTICE OF FROBATK OF WILL No. 4508. In District Court, State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss, March term, 1939. To All Whom It-May Concern: . 'You are hereby notified, That',an. Instrument of writing purporting to be- the laet Will and Testament' of John L. Daub, deceased, dated January 12, 1939, having been, this day, filed opened, and read, Monday, the 5th day of June, 1939, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before 'the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock a. m., of the day above mentioned all NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT In Probate. Notice of appointment of Administrator. IN THE MATTER OP THE ESTATE OF ARTHUR L.. LOOK, Deceased. In the District Court of Iowa In and for Kossuth County. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator of the estate of Arthur • L. Look, late of Koasuth'. c6unty, Iowa, deceased; ' All persons in any manner >. indebted to /said deceased or. hts estate^ .will \make ? payment tp the undersigned; and those having claims against said deceased or his estate will present them in like manner 1 and form as by law required, • for allowance ' and pay- •menti • •••• • . • .•• . •• • • Dated this .8th day of May, A. D. 1939. • -.. -. • ••.-.- -• CHARI/ES E. CORNWBLL, . Administrator -of said Estate. •CHARliBS E. CORNWAJblL, Attorney, Mason City, Iowa. 34-36 sers Our improved Trinity Mixture is the Ideal protein supplement. Minerals, vitamins, proteins. Goes farther, costs less than tankage. Anderson Grain & Coal Go. ALGONA, IOWA OUB PRICK ON wont We will hav6 otir trufck call for JOE GREENBEHo « «.„ PMONBU8 ^^ Koaattth Comity Wool Buyer si.* M W MINE rot OLD HEIDELBE BEER • Oneof»/,P fines, faeers mode. T 05 comparison with ctivo and superior flav You'll find Ou , 01(1 Heidelberg BF f R Blatz Brewinq Co.. Milwaukee. 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ST 1 ST IN HYDRAULIC BRAKING POWER with 162 sq. inches of braking surface; biggest ever used on a low priced car. 1 ST IN RIDEBASE 'with ,„ ,nc, es between front and rear springs: the easiest ride of any car fci the low price field. BARRY'S BEER Algon .,*• , y^si^

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