Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 18, 1939 · Page 8
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KOSSUTH 4-H GIRLS ARE TO ATTEND CAMP Next Sundlay Kossuth 4-H girls .will leave for their first county 4-H conservation camp at the Dol.'liver state park, south of Fort Dodge, July 23-26. Fifteen 4-H girls, leaders, and committeewomen completed plans for the camp last week Tuesday at the Mrs. Ruth Seaton-Hlcks apartment ,nere. .Two. 4-H clubs, the Whittemore Whizzers and the Cresco Chum Plan to attend 100 per cent. Ever one of the 11 clubs in the count is expected to send one or mor •girls. Especially fine talent has bee secured for the camp, Mrs. Hick announces. Jean Rultedge, Web - ster county, and Winifred Brink man, Pocahontas, who represented Iowa at the national 4--H camp as .most outstanding 4-H girls In Jowa, will be present. They are expected to present the same puppet show they gave at Washington .D. C., on the camp's "talent night." Family Night Planned. The first night, Sunday evening, will be family night, when a picnic and vesper service will take place. While at the camp the girls'will go on nature hikes, study trees under the direction of G. R. Ramsey, state extension forester, and study Insects under tutorship of H. D. Tate, extension specialist in entomology. At the close of the tree discussions, an identification test on 25 trees will be given, and the 4-H girl^winning most .points will receive 300 seedlings as an award. Second high will receive 200 seedlings; third, 100. Time will be devoted to making record memory and conservation Silver Wedding Celebrated_ Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Krantz, Titonka were given a surprise celebration of their silver wedding naniversary last week Sunday by 30 relatives who arrived .with picnic baskets and .presented the couple with a sliver purse. Attending were the Lloyd and Merle. Wellendorfs, Algona, cousins of Mrs. Krantz; the Boleneus family and Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Asa, of the iDoan neighborhood, Kathryn Hutchison, Waterloo; Mi and Mrs. Clifford Krantz, Titonka There are seven children, Including Clifford. Harold, Feme, Mildred, Doris, Marian, and Kenneth are at the parental 'hotae. Open house Was held in the afternoon and ice cream and cake were -served to some 40 callers Mr. and Mrs. Krantz were mai- ried at Whittemore. Mrs. Krantz, daughter of Mrs. Mary Weiland, now of Washiugiton state, came from Deeorah. Algona Girl About to Wed— Harriet E., daughter of Mrs. N A. Smith, Algona, and .Clyde L Ogg, New London, will be married Thursday at noon a't the home of he bride's mother by the Rev V V. Schuldt, Garner. The bride will be attired in BRIDE white chiffon organdy full lengt ress and will carry a bouquet o ink roses and baby breath. The bride Is a 1934 graduate o lorningside college, who has bee employed as stenographer in th chemistry department at low State college. The bridegroom wa graduated in the same year from Iowa Wesleyan college.. A wedding dinner will be, served at Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson's to the newlyweds and a few guests. The couple will live at Ames where the bridegroom is employed __ ^ M...U. ,_,,_,iifcj^iFunuii -•«»-» w mx, ui nicgi jjym m cuiiJlOyGC books. Virginia Buckwalter, Poca- in the chemistry department of the hontas, who won state honors the, college, last two years on her conservation book, will assist the girls. Daily Special Program. Discussion group meetings on personality and good manners will be led by four Kossuth 4-H girls: Ruth Dreyer and Irene Krause, Party for Girl's Birthday- Mrs. Florence Peterson entertained 11 boys and girls from 9:30 till 11 Friday morning, honoring her son Ronald James, who was observing his eighth birthday annl- Fenton; Lois Barr, Cresco- Eliza- v f rsarv - Tlle morning was spent beth Ann Lnman, Bancroft I ^ ga , mes ou tdoors, after which , beth Ann. Lnman, Bancroft. Each evening, the girls will pre- .sent a program in the recreation hall, and the climaxing feature will be a candlelight ceremony on the last night, with every club "taking part. All meetings at camp will be conducted by outstanding 4-<H girls in the county, and girls with special musical and speaking talent will have an opportunity to take part on the last evening's program. New Variety Store , is Opened, at Burt Burt, July 17—The new Meyer •variety store is scheduled to open today iu the Stow building, near — v»w, tttLVt WUUUU Ronald opened gifts. Refreshments, including a large birthday cake, were served on the lawn Guests were Betty Ann and Eula Mae Sharp, Virginia Extrom, Marie Ann Lauritzen, Fred Hutzell, Donald Speraw, Bobby Lauritzen, Art??, B i' iggs - John PniliP Peterson, Schoby, and Tommy) Surprise for Aged Algonian— Mrs. Stella Sabin was taken by surprise a week ago Thursday when friends arrived to help her celebrate her 76th birthday anniversary. The guests provided Ice cream and cake and presented Mrs Sabiu with a clock. Attending: Mrs J. T. Finley, Mrs. Rosie Jones, Edith Reed, Mrs. Theo Goeders Mrs. E. J. Kelley, Mrs. J. A. John AAA COMMITTEE WILL CHECK MEASUREMENTS iMeasuring of farms for corn price-adjustment payments is prac tically completed, according to C R. Janvrln, statistician for the county Agricultural Conservation association. The county committee Is at the IS MRS. W. F. Gildne, Waterloo, the former Rachae Clapsaddle, Burt, whose marriage is reported in the Rewrites column. Cut by courtesy Burt Monitor. W. Stillman, Mrs. C. H. Cre'tzmey- ' Dr . . Hoffman, R. H. Hil— -• •»»« * i V^J.LUltJ,i ler, and Joel Herbst. S. S. Class Meets at Park— Thirty-three members of the _-...., „„.,_,, Auouiuers or tne Methodist Bible Searchers S S class met Tuesday afternoon at the Ambrose A. Call state park shelter louse for a picnic. Mrs. G. L Vohs ed devotions. What Have I to Leave Behind? was read by Mrs. HE. Morgan, and "God in the Cation's Life" by Mrs. A. J. Keen ' Mrs. W. L. Martin talked on "As Grow Older." Party Honors Former Algonian— Mrs. Kate Bassett, Sheldon, wit her daughter Louise, was a gues ast week of Mrs. Henry Tjaden near Algona. Mrs. Tjaden enter ained a group of oidtime friend f Mrs. Bassett Thursday after noon at her home. Mrs. Bassett is the former Kate Stacy, who belonged to a pioneer family here. Breakfast at State Park— The Merry Mixers sewing club met for 8:30 breakfast Thursday TYinrniti cf «*. *.*.- * i . _ •* present spot-checking the work of farm, reporters; that is, checking tlie measurements of two farms on each reporter's list. If the reporter's work Is found accurate on the farms, then ail of his work will be certified. The county office is now prepar- ng applications for the price- ad- ustmeut payments. Shortly before August 1, officials expect to Start the sign-up, taking the applications to each township for signature by landlords and farmers. 'After the applications are sign' ed, they will be forwarded to -the office of tile; state committee at Des Moines, and there checked for accuracy, then'sent to the general acc&imting office of the department; of agriculture, where they will be audited and certified to the treasury department for payment. From there a list Will be sent to the treasury branch at Chicago, where the checks will be written. It is expected that there will be approximately 3000 checks for corn adjustment payments in Kossuth. Each application covers an indivl-i dual farm, and the total payments TOWHSEHO CLUB IN MEETING THURSDAY The iWnsend club Met Thursday evening at the V. V, W. hall, and Vice 'President Deilinger presided in the absence of President Bllsborough. , After ,a shbrt prayer a verse,df America was »ttng,' Mrs. A. M. Anderson accompanying at ;he piano. A pledge of allegiance to the, Hag was given, after which Sf* he minutes of the vere read. last mee'tfns 'Raymond Steven, having been appointed finance chairman,, ap-' lointed two others to help him the club books. Membership members obtained In less the Lyle Mathes, high hand for evening; Mrs. Mathes, travel. The Wa-Tan-Ye business girls club met at the Hotel Algona last week Tuesday evening, ten attending. A short business meeting was held after 6:10 dinner. The next meeting will be a dinner July 25 at will probably -amount to slightly % «ew members obtained in less nore than $400,000. tha " a W6ek ' whlch brought the total membership to 152. Secretary Anderson, on request, gave another report on the fourth na- Wallburg's. Mrs. H. M. Olson entertained Hitchhikers Steal Purse of Traveler Irvington, July 17—'Thomas Ba- gnr, P'aducah, Ky., who recently brought his wife and children for ft few weeks at R. J. Skilling's, was held up near Des Moines on .his way back and relieved of what money he was carrying. He picked up two hitchhikers, and they took his money, then made him walk away from his car while they made their getaway. They did not steal ,liis car, and Mr. Bagur continued [Ms Journey. tional convention. 'For entertainment, Mrs. Eva , . j Cairy gave a reading, and a boys' brass quartet played two selec- eight women Thursday at a one o'clock luncheon and bridge party lonoring Eva MoKlslck, Rock Rap- ds, her guest. Mrs. Ralph Miller won high, and Mrs. S. W. Meyer was second. Tower Bells will be the lesson opic for a Baptist Missionary meeting Thursday at 2:30 .p. m. ati he church. Mrs. Orville Elkins 1 will be leader; Mrs. J. A. Freeh nd Mrs. R. A. Evans, hostesses, i Fenton July 17—At The Catholic Daughters of the it y club 'meeting last weeTMon- Igona Court held a business meet day night the celebration commit ing Thursday evening at the Ac- tee, George Boettcher, chairman ^rL^ a !L'.fl^^, at A ent ^^e a report. Letts' Creek was to be chosen baselball rival, as has been the custom for years. The boy Art, anhtiai HhreghWl 'i meelin .. as heln ,at 1*6 LtidVlg's Thuf « dAy evening.' ' * , Thd Rev, Father Kramer Intel took his bholr for A picnic at In terlftken. , tfhe Mike Prusnels foft Friday for h6me at Milwaukee after tw weeks at Mike's brother's here Rita Arend>accompanied-them fo a visit* Marcla Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. O.'Downs,,had her tonsil removed Thursday. Slsfers Lea and Carmeiita have come home from vacation visits a Sfonx City and other points. Mr. and Mrs. "Matt Bftrmann drove to Cresco Wednesday to eel .their son Albert and Robert Arndorfer, who had spent a few days there wftft Sister CarmeUta, who Was visiting relatives. Mrs. Elizabeth Laudls, of Long Beach, Calif., has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Carrie Erickson. Dickfe Ludwig 'spent last'week at his. aunt, Mrs. Claflsaddle's at tions. The boys were D&ri Jota ; Hurt. A *. 1 "T f AUgUSt I / KM" Fenton r «"*<>" social, will be held July 27. morning at the Ambrose John A. Call er , t Alice sabta Mrs TT. 1 K/rs,T V ~"-^ ^auiu, iVirS Earl Miller, the latter of Burt, an Mrs. Maude Soloman, Spencer, sis ter of Mrs. Sabin. the east end of Main street. Lydia ston. Mrs. Will Martin Mrs J M. Meyer,, whose home town is Fen- Cox, Mrs. Edward Hagg Mae Eth •ton, is proprietor, and she former- "' " •" Et ly clerked in the Cummings store •at Algona. This is the latest in a number of changes in Burt business in the last few mouths. Other recent changes include new managements of the pool hall, the picture theater, the K. & H. service station, the Staehle hardware store, and the Farmers elevator. •*• Surfacing Started on Road to Fenton Whittemore, July 17—The Harco Construction Co., Sioux City, was awarded the contract to lay 9.6 miles of bituminous surface on No. 44 from the pavement a mile north of Whittemore to Fenton at a cost of $74,650 or $7,800 a mile, . and sent all eauiomeni' -week, and the Vork wa s rted Monday. The commission also awarded eight miles of blacktop surface from Ringsted to Armstrong at a cost of $.19,406, or 6,000 Club Entertained at lake— Mrs. R. P. Norton entertained ner Birthday club Friday at her cottage at Clear Lake, The women had breakfast at the cottage, with dinner at the Clear Lake Country club clubhouse, and took a ride around the lake on the Norton •Crist-Craft motor boat. Members there were Mesdames R. J. Keen B. A. Thorpe, D. P. Smith, W. G. McCullough, and Antone Johnson Mrs. Emily Spencer and Cecelia Norton were guests when the other women arrived. Shower for Uecent llrlde-^ A miscellaneous shower was given Friday at the Mrs. John Ulfers *•- — „„.» m *„ — fuuu iuuuipsun and Mrs. Merle Schwletert were presented with gifts, and the rest or the morning was spent at sightseeing In the park. Other Society. Mesdames Henry Phillips, Mae Harris, and Homer Anderson at- ff? * ^SM ° f *1 ""broidery they rnrrt , Gordon Giddings home the at Wesley staye(I « evening with her daughter Mrs. Milton Giddings, Wesley . • ., . ., - • . i "•" "«=i.«"i iui jeurs. rue ooy A meeting of the St. Tbbmas scouts were granted the horseshoe Guild which was to h'ave been held pitching concession. Other com- at Mrs. Dora Fraser's has been mittees were appointed.'. The-high postponed, because of her absence school band will play. The date Is f I*nm • f rvilMl T*V»/\ /"lilt 1^1 iirtll ««*- I TKll^atlntT- ft »_.._!. t r* 7iVM=;r i elr Cri6b ase club Friday evening, four couples attending. Mrs. Helbert Long was high; Mrs. Norman Fried from town. The Guild will not Thursday, August 17 meet again till September. _ '- •» •••' The local Baptist ^Children's Son of Fenton Pair World Crusade unit met Friday at .• .. *>,„.. the church, did White Cross work, . MI. AUtO Collision and listened to a China lesson in • charge of the Crusade leader, Mrs. Fenton, July 17 — A car crash Charles Reaper.. seven miles east of Spencer last Mrs. Frank Vera entertained the week Tuesday Involved Dr. August Aces High .bridge clulb Friday at Krause, Spencer veterinarian, son two tables. Mrs. Elmer Hartshorn of M F- and'Mrs. G. R. Krause, Fen- was high; Mrs. James Watts, sec- ton . and three other men: Clyde 1 ond; and Mrs. Marion Burbank Br °wn; Spencer; Ivan Brown and won travel. Floyd 1 Heattt, Webb. The three men Mrs. R. W. Roeder entertained last named, who were in the other the E. T. W. club Wednesday at car - were taken to a Spencer hos- ;wo tables. Mrs. Bert Cronan was P ltal: Doctor Kraus was unih- high; Mrs. Andrew Godfredson, "'"""' second; Mrs. Fred Powell, low. The First Lutheran young peo- >le's society meets tomorrow even- ng at Ross Calhoun'a In Plum -reek township, with Lucile and Elgena Calhoun as hostesses. Some 35 friends surprised Wilard Gregson on his birthday last week Tuesday evening, gathering ,t his home for a lawn party after klttenball game. The C. S. D. W. clb will meet his afternoon at Mrs. Wm. Dehnert'.s. This Is a knitting club of 14 members, and Mrs. George St. John is president. Hal Stewart and his orchestra will furnish music for the third Algona Country club dance this son, Dick Cook, Russell Buchanan and Kenneth Furst. W. C. Taylor was presented'with a beveled mirror given by the'club The next meeting will be held next week Thursday evening at the- .same place, and members are to take cake, sandwiches, and dishes. They may have guests. Paper plates will be furnished to,bachelors. The public Is invited. Cards will be played after the regular meeting, at which Ira E. Hammer; Mason City, will be speaker. Detasselers Begin Job at Whittemore 'Whittemore, July 17—The Pioneer Ceed Co. has a crew of more than 60 men detasseling corn In the Lewis and Hugh Puffy cornfields, 150 acres, and on the Walter and August Vaudt, 'John Steier Louis Greinert, and ; Edw. Youngwirth farms, 175 acres. It: is said that the work will have to be continued till late in August Koof/Ud IBIG.COOL 'GLASSES GROCERS FOR THE OFFICE — WE CARRY - typewriter paper, ribbons, car-' bon, and other needed supplies — The Advance. . 18tf test weok tue S's:4'2is«; REMEMBER Your DOCTOR As He Remembered You WHAT A PERSONAL IMPOSI- . —SSJLiy?..* 0 cal ' on a doctor for Ms professional services, then fail to pay the bill. Your doctor Is human. He must meet heavy overhead expenses. Don't impose upon Km. Kossuth County Medical Society Steele s Hoys Dctassoling Corn. Wesley, July 17—Fifteen local boys have started detasseling corn for the Pioneer seed company at Algona and the Mullin seed company at Corwith. Supt. Eldon Rav- lln is iu Pioneer employ. RICH POINT Mrs. Stella Saibiu and a guest, Mrs. Solomon, were visitors Wednesday at J. A. Johnson's. Mrs. Sabin is Mrs. Johnson's aunt. Lucille Black was a guest o£ Robert Skilling last week. Mrs. Hugh Raney accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walker to Iowa City Sunday. Mrs. Walker is the former Norma Raney. Melvin Sill and Dick Godfrey have been combining oats for R H. Skilling and L. C. Hutchlns. honoring Mrs. . former hostesses uf e , Ne ' el n, day- ton, A. E. Clayton, August Bernau Jr., August Bernau Sr., and Chris Knudson. There were 68 persons present, and the house was decorated in pink and blue. Mr. and =3 Mrs. Smith are living in the Chubb = apartment on north Harlan. ~ ('. <'. IHimt'rrBrlilge Party— There will be a 7 o'clock dinner- bridge party tomorrow evening at the Country club clubhouse, with Mrs. Joseph Bloom as chairman. This will be the first bridge party of the season. Others on the entertainment committee are H B White, Mrs. George .Miller, Mrs week Thursday evening. HP r c A « " eyes orooffhly — *~ DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Algona, Iowa <ARE YOU BUILDING — REMODELING? SENECA Mrs. Cecil Baldwin, Mrs. Robert Burt, Mrs. Clem Dotson, and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill entertained the Armstrong mission tea women at Mrs. Baldwin's Thursday. Harriett Olsen worked at Mrs. Arthur Paulsen's last week Tiies- day and Wednesday A!^ 8 ; ^ amuel Ole s°a and Mrs. Albert Cody attended an Aid meeting at Mrs. Lars Pinnestad's, Fenton, Wednesday. H. W. POST Dray and Transfer STORAGEofALL KINDSi Long Distance Hauling < Every load insured againsi ' loss and damage of all kind*. ' Equipped to do all kind* of • hauling and drayin*. PHOKB m Algona. low. GUflRflNTEED INSULflTION Celotex Cane Fibre Board Guaranteed Insulation gives you entirely new and complete protection. Be sure to get all the facts about this amazing 10- Point Guarantee before you choose AN/ insu- lationi i-et us tell you about its advantages and economies— give you a careful estimate for your job. Stop in or phone. Botsford LUMBER GO, PHOinE 25« JIM POOL, Ever dreamed of owning your own Farm? SURE YOU HAVE ... and here's how you can do it and do it easily! OPPORTUNITY FARMS-going concerns-are being offered for a small down payment and 6% yearly And your 6% YEARLY payment is the only payment you have to make.becauseitCOVERS BOTH THE INTEREST AND THE PRINCIPAL! These farms offer a real opportunity to any man who wants to own a home and a business of his own. So stop paying rent! Be your own boss. Buy your own farm! For complete details on Opportunity Farms, get in touch with... J. E. HAYES 12'/a East State Strest Algona, Iowa Phone: 446 For Northwest Iowa farms SHIRT SALE WILSON BROS. VAaped SHIRTS Thursday - Friday - Saturday x«&x , ••' r •• - - •• & Tramore Shirts SHIRTS 79c $1.65 Wilson Bros. liRfTasc "V, $2.00 and $2.50 Wilson Bros. SHIRTS'1.29 TWO FOKM.i* Reason for This Sale •• not h-»ro our regular .lock. approvaU "" d no ' OPPORTUNITY FARMS PA Usted ae an OPPORTUNITY FARM, to earn that name, must Adequate, eound, weather- Improved CO-OPERATION OF BEA1. 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