Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 23, 1939 · Page 4
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SLIPS THflT impiiovf DflfSS AbVAl» AlflQKA. MEETING FOB MISSIONARY WOMEN HELD District Convention at the Rev. Sjostrand Church Here. The twenty-third annual convention of the Woman's Missionary society of the Northern district met at the local First Lutheran church Friday at 10 a. m. As the president of the district,.Mrs. D. V. Swanson, Gowrie, had been called away, the vice president, Mrs. R. C. Swanson, Swea City, presided. The Rev. M. A. Sjostrand and Mrs. Stirnitkye, Fort Dodge, led devotions. The local president, Mrs. G. D. Brundage, gave a welcome, and Mrs. 'Swanson respond- id. Conference Glimpses of Burlington were given by Mrs. E. J. Carlson, Fort Dodge. Mrs.. Ole Allison, Algona, conducted a memor- al service for 14 members who died in the last year. Noontide >rayer was given by Ida Huglin, Dayton, after which dinner was served. PRESIDED AT BANQUET JJERE ARE ARCHIE BLBEJRT, chairman, and Rosanne Holtzbau- * er, co-chairman, who presided at the St. Cecelia's academy junior-senior banquet in the academy gymnasium last week Tuesday evening. Archie is the - son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. J. Etbert, farmers of Algona; Rosanne, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. (Rose Barry) Jos. Holtzbauer, Algona. Cut courtesy of Fort Dodge Messenger. I HESE are fashion minded slips of a fashion minded fabric. Smartly styled and beautifully made to conform to body lines. They never clins or bunch and as an assurance of lasting loveliness... their seams will not pull out and they will never shrink, stretch or fade •Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. $1.00 Afternoon Program. The meeting was continued af- er dinner, with devotions by Rev. 3. T. Erholrn, Fort Dodge, and a musical selection by Mrs. James Vyman and Mrs: John Nyman, Jancroft, Nellie Nelson, Dayton, had charge of a "professor quiz." An address was given by Anton Danielson, who stressed mission- ry zeal, worship in the home, and articipation. The Rev. B. T. rholm offered a plea for a pente- ost offering, also for the day's ffering, which was to go to Iowa's rotege, Margaret Peterson. Officers nre Named. District officers were elected: resident, Mrs. V. D. Swanson; Gowrie; vice, Mrs. Swanson; secretary, Mrs. Royce Bodell, of Fort MUSICAL EVENT SCHEDULED AT THE ACADEMY Program Planned for Thursday & Public is Invited. The junior pupils of the music department -of St. Cecelia's academy will present the following program this week Thursday at 2 p. m., and the attendance of the public is invited: Waltz Medley, Victor— violin, James Dailey, Dorothy Gisch, Leo Platt, Robert Winkel; clarinet, 'Roland Bode, Jimmy DeZellar, Maurice Eischen, ,Dean Kohlhaas, William Kohl; sax, Kenneth Har- Gene Zender; trombone, Department S fores *4V[: HOLiPROOF Smart , . . ye} economical !h»se Penny Wise in your budget. Siurdy enough for workaday hours . . . sheer flattery for evening. Three or four-thread shad- owless construction. Gualily Doubly Certifisd by t)ood Houseksepino and ths Belter rabrici Teslina Bureau, Department S/ores erson, Fort Dodge; juniors, Mrs. C. Selander, Harcourt; young women's missionary society, Emma Nelson, Swea City; dime books, Mrs. F. S. Hammarl, Manson; exhibit, Ruth Carlson, Rockwell City; literature, Mrs. L. T. Monk- leen, Fonda; Missionary for a Day Mrs. Howard Lindstrom, Harcourt Life and in Memoriam, Mrs. Ollison; Boxes of Blessing, Mrs. W, Ekeberg, Dayton industrial secretary, Mrs. C. Isaacson, Ft. Dodge; historical secretary, Mrs. Clarence Lundblad, Gowrie; district jubilee secretary, Florence Nelson, Dayton; missionary tidings secretary, Mrs. J. J. Anderson, Swea City. The Northern district is composed of 15 congregations •with 516 members. —* Relatives for the Solomon Rites are Entertained Here Mrs. Estella Sabin entertained relatives at dinner Thursday: Th Lloyd Solomons, Riceville; th Harry Sabins, Cresco township Mrs. Charles Moses, Flint, Mich Mrs. F. D. Solomon, Spencei and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson Irvington. Mrs. Solomon is going to Flint Mich., with her daughter, Mrs Moses, for a visit of extended length. Mrs. Moses had been a Spencer to attend the funeral of «?u-i ather> F> D ' Sol °mon, former Whittemore resident. Mr. Solomon . had been sick for some time with dropsy and complications Some years ago he had three or four serious operations at the Rochester hospital, and he had ne y?r been in good health since. Lloyd Solomon is a son of Mrs. ™ r, s ? lomon . who is a sister of Bender; Bells, Ruth Holtzbauer- drums, Mary Lamuth. MRS. DALTON, 64, IS DEAD OF PNEUMONIA Widow of Guy Dalton Pastes at Kossuth Hospital* Funeral services were held Saturday at 2:30 at the Baptist church for Mrs. Glara M. Dalton, widow of the late Guy L. Dalton, who was a Lakota banker. The Rev, F. C. Volzke officiated and burial was made in Riverview. Mrs. Dalton died of pneumonia at the Kossuth hospital after a three MARKETS HOGS Best light butch., 180-220 „*. Med. hvy., 220-250 -—»-*-.< Med. hvy., 260^270 . ., t ~ — . ..... . Med. hvy., 270-290 ------ - ---- 15.85 SPEAKER '"THUS IS_ JUSTICE R. E. Mitch•*• ell, of the state supreme court, who will be Memorial day speaker in Algona. Justice Mitchell, a Huber, Baby Rita! May, Rose Weis, Long; Marche ! Militaire, Kathleen " Doyle, Greenwald; Rachael Gisch, Bilbro. In Courtly Fashion, Song and Dance — Dancers: Jeanne Loss, Eugene Henry, Mary Catherine, Cain, Harold Bode, Arlene Spilles Robert Holtzbauer, Jean Hoffman, Gordon Winkel. Singe Kohlhaas, Paline Zender. Annie Laurie, Shirley Helberg, SHOWER AT LAKOTA FOR ALGONA BRIDE -^.,0, L aj-uiLiuauer, jean Jiorrman, T i t -.7 «„ Gordon Winkel. Singers— Bettv w ^akota,,_ May 22—Mesdames K arl Gabu A1 *°n An Grabau, Alton Anderson, Warburton, Guy Beemer, Mrs. F. L. Tribon Will sell the household goods of L. J. Dickinson, 808 So. Hall street at 9 n. in. Saturday, May 27 One electric water heater with 30 gal. tank, $10.00; Westinghouse electric stove, $10.00; a large fruit cubbard for $2.00; 8-piece oak dining room set;_ 5 -three-quarte beds with good springs and mattresses; desk; occasiona chairs,-_ lamps,- and- three dressers, chest of drawers; card table with 4 chairs to match, rugs, Hoover electric cleaner;, davenport,- drop- leaf table; library table, end- tables; tea cart; solid walnut what-not, lawn chairs, some china dishes, cooking uten sils; a few antiques; many other, things. -All will go cheap and must be sold Saturday, FOR THE OFMCE — WE CARRY typewriter paper, ribbons, carbon, and other needed supplies.— The Advance. 18tf -.—-. MV *^An. j Y j_i. and Mrs. Solomon have one other son, who is liv- lng . a * s Pencer, where he is a postoffice employee. Wesleyans to Have Two Danish Guests Wesley, May 22 .— The David Johnsons, south of town, are expecting arrival this midweek of relatives from abroad: Mrs. Johnson's sister, Mrs. Marius Lefevre Copenhagen, Denmark, and a cousin, Mrs. Ella Jacobson also of Copenhagen, who sailed from Liverpool May 5. The local Mrs. Johnson visited in Denmark five years ago, but this will be the first visit in America for the two women from Copenhagen. The local Johnsons plan to celebrate their silvei wedding anniversary on June 4. Naval Academy to Graduate Algonian Lu Verne, May 22—Emil Fech- ncr came from Denver last week lor a visit with his mother, Mrs | Minnie Fechner and sister, Mrs. Helene Trauger. Mrs. Trauger Plans to leave this week Tuesday for Annapolis, Md., to attend graduation from the naval academy of her son Robert. Following graduation Robert will be sattioned at the San Pedro, Calif., naval base Kberts father was the late T. A Trauger, and the family lived many years at Algona. Murray for Wesley Memorial Speaker Wesley, May 22—The local Legion post and the Auxiliary are planning for Memorial day. A program will be given in the high school auditorium at 10 a. m., with Ray Murray, Des Moines, former state secretary of agriculture, as speaker. The graves of veterans in both cemeteries here will be decorated. Mr. Murray is known here, having been a prominent farmer near Buffalo Center before he was elected to office. Farm Youth Laid Up Seneca, May 22—Roy Homann suffered an accident Friday while he was helping his father clean a hog-house. He dropped a trough on-one foot, and.it look the nafl off the first toe. The injury has been painful. , Mrs. Meiggs Loses a Brother in Idaho •Mrs. Isabel Meiggs, of the I. M. •innell home, received a message Vednesday announcing the death Coin" Out Visitin' Mary Catherine oi^T Br^ow ;',' housed ^W&EM?SS: Du Lieber Augustine, Beverly Beat- ning with 70 women attending ty Weber; Dance of the Rose- A mock wedding was put on buds, Imogene Mertz, Evelyn El-! as entertainment, all participants t —^ Yeats; Bear Waltz, Georgie ' of the "colored" race and it was «,.»f aV )r ~ : s * lection °t Old Fav-, a picturesque affair,' with songs ontes, bt. Cecelia Orchestra, Vic-1 especially prepared for the event t0 ''-... _ , and sung by a trio of teachers. wild Rose Waltz, Arlene Spilles / The honoree received many Jeanne Loss, Read; Last Rose of,S ifts which little Billy Beemer Summer, Mary Catherine 1 Cain, I Brought in on a gayly decorated Wallis; Comin' Thro the Rye, Gor- wagon. After opening the gifts, don Winkel, Helen Winkel, Butler-il? e bride thanked the guests, Old Folks At Home, Eugene Henry then . announced that she was Weber. b ™ y ' ,' married to Fred Shilts, Algona Sunshine Waltz, Margaret Gadd v * P ? ul> March 26, and will Mary Gadd, Joan Hoffman Hop- > • at -^gona. • Mr. Shilts, who kins; With Flying Colors Jimmv ! Is11m a na 2 er of t.he former Brown- DeZellar, Harold Bode, Wansbor-' ri J S o?5?: is the ' son of Mrs ""•""-" Shilts, widow of an Al- weeks' illness. Mrs. Dalton was born February 2, 1875, in South Dakota, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Butzer. She spent her early girlhood there, later was graduated from a music school at Yankton, S. D. At Lennox, S. D., she met Mr. Dalton, and they were married at Mound City, Mo., then the home of her parents, on July 19, 1897. Once Lived at Minneapolis The Dalton's first home was at Corwith, where Mr. Dalton was manager of a lumberyard. A year later they moved to Titonka, where their son Lament was born. Mr. Dalton was employed in a bank there. In 1905 the family moved to Lakota, where Mr. Dalton became president of the Farmers & Drovers State bank. A second son, Burr, was born at Lakota. Mrs. Dalton was a member of the' Presbyterian church there. After Mr. Dalton's death in 1921, Mrs. Dalton and her son Burr, moved to Minneapolis, and lived there for seven years till Burr finished medical training. In, later years Mrs. Dalton lived, at times, in California and here. Last winter she spent at L. W. Keith's, Mrs. Keith being her sister-in-law. Sons Were Recently Here Three weeks before Mrs. Dalton's last sickness, both her sons, with their families, came to visit their mother at the Keith home. The Burr Daltons have two children, Patricia and James, and Mr. .Burr is a lieutenant in the navy, in the medical service, stationed at San Diego, Cal. Lament is in the insurance business at Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Lamdnt Dalton have been here since May 1. The other son was unable to come for the funeral, because the Pacific fleet is on a cruise. At the church service, Edward Thaves, Burt, sang "Going Home." Pallbearers were Stanley and Wayne Keith, Burt, Irvin Wortman and Arthur Schissel, La££' ^_ ilfrTed Caris ?. n . Swea City, Med. hvy., 290426 ........... $5.70 Best light butch,, 325-360 ..^45.55 Butchers, 630-400 ----- ^....J&.M Packing soys, 2?5^5p -~ —-.45.30 Packing BOWS, 960-426 Packing sows, 426-5,50 d.Off 6.00 Canners and cutters ._— f3.50-4.50 Stock steers _—~ ~— $7iOO-8.00 Fat yearlings .— — — ..17.50-8.60 Fat steers — ...... — — —i8.00-8.60 Fat cows ............... $4|60-5.60 Veal calves ____ '. — — :.— $6.00-8.00 Bulls ......... - ........ $5.00-6.00 GEAlIf No. 2 yellow corn __*.„.» ---- 37%c No. 2 whte corn ------- — ---- 43c No. 2 white oats — ...... — — 25c No. 3 white oats — -------- -— 23c No. 2 rye __________ - _________ 38c No. 2 yellow soy beans ....76o EGGS Hennerys —16c No.l — „.> 13c No. 2 .: ._..—lOc Cash cream— No. 1 - -. 20c No. 2 . ISc Sweet -. 21c FOCI/TRY Hens, under 4 Ibs. lOc Leghorn hens lOc Cocks, under '4% Ibs. -__ 6c Cocks, over 4% Ibs. 7c .60 Geese, live Hens, 4 to 5 Ibs. _„ : 12c Ducks, live, 4% Ibs. ___8c Ducks, live, under 4% Ibs. .60 Hens, over 5 Ibs. — 13c Club at Burt Ends Year at Call Park Burt,. .May 22—The .Woman's club held the final meeting of the club year last week Monday evenln preceded by picnic supper in th shelter house 'at the Ambrose A Call state park. In a busines meeting seven new members wer elected. The program consisted o a showing of stereoptlcon slide Beauty and Usefulness In Horn and Garden, in charge of Mrs. P F. Kriethe, Guests of the clu were Mrs. Mary Woodward, Whit temore, county federated chair man, and Mrs .Paul Wille, Algona wife of the park custodian. DOCTOR , At He Retnetnbered Y ou WHEN tot/ MfiET YOttin „ ' i v *-*••*• OOCloi* 6h the ,8trtet,.does your C0l science say that you are treating him fairly about that bin? World , n't It be the splendid thing to do to see film'Hght away talk over lhe account, arrange partial payments If necessary, and thus retain you,' integrity and self respect? Kossuth County Medical Society HOSPITALS and Dr. Lake. , , L. L. Wurtzer, Clear Fenton Butter Wins in a National Show Fenton, May 15—*Yedi Kueoker, veteran buttermaker for the Fen- 'ton creamery, has received word that he has been awarded a silver 1 medal on butter samples he en- ! tered in a National Creamery But- termakers association contest at Mason City last month. Altogether 355 tubs of fresh butter from 17 states -were entered, and 34 other iugh. Accompanists- r oan Godden. KOSSUTH. May 17— Mrs. Bernard Dahlhau ser, Algona, girl ; Mrs. J. C. Mawd sley, Algona, meflical treatment Mrs. R. M. Minkel, Swea City girl. May 18— R. A. Palmer, Algona accident; Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod Fenton, surgical; John Dixon, o Lone Rock, surgical. May 19-Mrs. Carl Anderson, o Whittemore, girl; Henry Looft, o Fenton, accident; L. Meliza, Burt medical; Mrs. Charles Lewis, La kota, surgical. «,^ y , 21 T Mrs ' J - B »BEtaB, Algona medical; Mrs. Ralph Rledel, Fen ton, surgical, GENERAL. May 15—Mrs. Paul Cornelius •teuton, minor surgery May 16—Mrs. Arthur Larson of Algona, minor surgery. May 17-HMrs..-Kate Doege, Burt Wesley, boy; Janice Marie Sill ----- ••--*. ~n..cicu, aim' 34 otner Wesley buttermakers received silver med-1 medical. als jf or butter scoring 94. No gold May l 8 -^ e n n Adrian, Algona in /M* n**..n._ O »•••** -Pauline Zender, ona Shilts' mother, - . oer, Mrs. Chipman, who has spent two years here, will return to home in Anamosa in June. her Two Wesley Girls Win Typing Tests Wesley, May 22— Ihno A. Gerdes took his daughter Lavon, Delores «*-»*• *"tt u^, iiu gUlLI medals were awarded, because none of the butter averaged the required 95 in three scoring contests. Mr. Kuecker had previously won two gold medals in national contests. minor surgery. May 19— Merlin Hinders, Woden medical; Merle Peters, Algona' minor surgery. Bllsborough, leiggs visited her brother and his vife last summer. Mr. Tiss worked or some time at Mason City, and he was also well known at Cor- vitli. At death he was 51. A and the Fort Marlison schools, and wo other brothers, Adrian in Lousiana, and Anselm, In California, urvive. 1 -~ —-*"J ".LUAllGQ JJttt urday, May 13, and the girls entered a state typing contest. Lavon brought home honors for herself and the local high school, winning | third in speed In the novice class, ing. Another Wesley girl, Gertrude Otis, who attends the Britt high school, won first in accuracy. A reminder to give your Furs their "Beauty Rett" A BEAUTY REST IN OUR NEW STORAGE PLANT In our modern plant expert workmen will care for and store your Furs .. preserve their life and beauty. FIRE • THEFT • MOTHS DUST • DIRT • HEAT AtkAhout fervfo* 4 O Swea City, minor surgery, IOWA. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, MAY 23,AND 24 fob UIHIE* SlUrUitpl _and_His Orchestra in SOME IIK[ IT HOT A Pur ii m i, a a t '' I' i i i „ Second Feature RICHABD ABLEN in "MISSING DAUGHTERS" THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY, MAY 25-28 2-FEATURES-2 Radio's Singing' Cowgirl Entertainment Dynamite A farmer named Peter Sommer built this first Kevstono f weaving machine m 1889,.and founded the great £ Steeland Wire Comany. They've been making improvements 50 years of fence making experience have given you. RED BRAND FENCE Has an extra thick coating of ziric put on by the patented "Galvannealing" process —and the copper-bearing steel-fights rust ^rough and through. We have RED BKAND fence in many heights and weights and spacings. Fill your fencing needs here! COAL • LUMBER • PAINT ALGONA, IOWA - PHO if E ; Friday and Saturday 2 Big Days Only 4-HOUR VARNISH, $1.75 value, gallon __ BARN PAINT, $1.89 grade, 5 gallon cans, gallon FLAT.WALL PAINT,' Keystone, $1.45 value, gallon CASIN PAINT, DrY, """ 2 5-11). • MOTOR OIL, SAE 80, 8 gallons ______ BED WAGONS, ttt"l B m i* 11 bearln e*» »UO value SEAT COVERS, Coach style, set GARDEN HOSE, " """"""" 25 feet ':.'.»•••• B BATTERIES, 45-volt, $1.39 grade, each lj5J-bu. BASKETS, rope handles CREAM CANS, l«-qt. size, 2 for .$1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 L" 4 ™ *"* »»* $1 , 8 5-ll>. rtgfc , Jf .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 00 .00, .00 .00 .00

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