Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 4, 1930 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 4, 1930
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PAOBTWO Big Rummage Friday, Dec. 6 GIALBKAITH BUILDING Formerly occupied by the Gnlbraith Store. Hlg stock of shoes, overshoes, dry goods, underwear, sweaters, blazers, blankets, men's and boys' overcoats, suits, pants, overalls. To be closed out, at this .Kiuiiinuge Sale held at the Galbraith Building-. This sale will start at !) o'clock Friday morning and continues till all is sold. SPECIAL A nnouncement Christmas candies are here awaiting you at lower prices than ever before. We will put up your candy for schools, churches, etc., in separate sacks at no extra charge. Your orders will have careful attention. Candy Sale Peanut Brittle Pound Hard Mixed Candy 19c Pound Special Assorted Candies 25c Pound Boxed Chocolates Full One Pound 39c Good Assortment Depart men! Stores Hove you ever had a HAMILTON Christmas? Try one! It'* as different «j day and night from "just another Christmas." For the joy of a Hamilton Christina* it remembered a long, long time . . . while the gift—the Hamilton—is treasured for years to come. You'll know what it's like when you give a beautiful, new Hamilton watch to some member of your family . . . and they give one to you! Try it! Come in and see our assortment. Prices from $50 to $685. From top to bottom—The Forra- gut —with gecometer dial—$55. The Victoria— set with six diamonds~-$150. The Chevy Chase, design A, $75. The Perry—A strap watch for the man of today—$55. F. W, WEULm $ CO. JEWELEB8 AND OPTOM1ITEI8TS ,^«. .v J-i?il$^&Ji. ' t EAGLETS AND ALGONA PLAY 6-6 TIE GAME Intercepted P a s s es Score for Both Schools. The Algona and Eagle Grove football teams played to a 0-e tie last ThurHday In the annual Thanksgiving clay .game at Athletic park. The day was one, of the coldest so far this year and the field was covered with a light covering of snow. The frozen ground, n cold northwest wind, and the snow led to cautious playing. Neither team was nb'e to make consistent gains, as ball carriers slipped land the line players were unable to paths for the backfield. clear Both teams scored on intercepted passes. Numbed fingers could not flintf the ball accurately, and In each case the player Intercepting the pass had a clear field for a •10-ycl. run for a touchdown. Moore, Algona's center, scored for Algona. Harlots Uniiblc (o (Jain. Eagle Grove was, unable to gain through Algeria's lino, and was forced to punt on each down. Algona kicked off to the 32-yd. line. Two plays lost three yards for the Eaglets, and Algona was offsides, drawing a five-ynrd penalty. Eagle Grove punted to the 45-yd. line. Algona was thrown for a yard loss, then made six yards, and punted on the next p'ay. The Eagle Grove receiver fumbled the punt, but recovered It on the 32-yd. line. In two plays Eagle Grove lost five yards, and punted to the 43-yd. line. Algona failed to gain on the next play, then made a yard, and a punt was blocked, and Eagle Grove recovered on the 30-yd. line. An Eaglet pass failed, and the next play lost two yards, and Eagle Grove punted to Algona's 22. yard line. In four plays Algona netted 18 yards. Algona then lost three, a pass ' was Incomplete, and punted. The Eaglet receiver tumbled, and Algona recovered on the 33-yd. line. Algona lost '|a yard, but made ten on the next play. The next play was good for five yards, and a first down on the 19-yd. line. Two plays netted four yards as the quarter ended. Algona loses CJiunce ti> Score. On the opening play in the second quarter Algona drew a five-yard penalty for offsides. Two Plays made the penalty back, but failed to make first down, and the ball was given to Eagle Grove. Eagle Grove lost three yards, and then punted to the 32-yd. line. Algona made a yard, and then passed for 111 yards to the 31-yd. line. The next play was good for sis yards, lost four yards, and Eagle Grove , took the ball O n the 20-yd. line. Eagle Grove punted to the 45-yd. line. Algona made a first down In three plays, and a pass was good for four yards. Another pass was Helirur'choir' Intercepted on the 36-yd. line. Heaits, choii. Eagle Grove made two yards, and then Moore intercepted a pass on the >10-yd. line, and ran for Al gona's touchdown. Five teammates provided adequate inter ference in the run. The kick fail ed. uitiiia; Aye oi ra-uie. Tne i< A poor kick was returned by Ea- in g books have been donated: Mi gle prove to the 45-yd. line, and an O n the Floss; Polly; Adventures o Eaglet pass failed. E«gle Grove Jimm y Dale; Rose in a Ring;. Cous lost four yards, and punted to Al- in Mau d; The Cloister and th gpnas 42-yd. line. Two plays macJo Hearth; Frank the Fielder; Bruc a first down for Algona, and tnree Fielding at the Red Mill; Wrecke< mni-« piays made five yards. On on Snider Inland Mary Carey B. B. Boys Lose Home Game— The high school basketball boy made five yards. On on"splder Island; the next play Algona punted over Amen (or tne Ages . the goal, and the Eaglets got pos session of the ball O n the 20-yd. line. Eagle Grove failed to gain on two yd. line. Algona Made five, and a pass failed. Another play made two yards, and on the next play Alsrona failed to,make a trat down, and the BaKletS' took the ball. Eagle Grove lost a yard, punted, and Algona returned the ball to the Eaglet's 34-yd. line. Eagle Grove drew a five'yard penalty. Algona made four yards, and a pass failed, and tho next play failed to make a first down, and Eagle Qfove got the ball on downs. , • Eagle Grove made a yard In two tries, and punted to the Algona 4* yd. line. An Algona pass was Intercepted, and the Eaglets failed to gain on'., the last play of the game. SWEACITYANS ATTEND RALLY AT DOLLIVER Swea City, Dec. 2—The November group rally of Methodist men of Swea City, Estherville, Graettinger, Armstrong, and Dolliver was held last week Monday evening at Dolliver. Hay Lawrence, Samuel Warburton, the Rev. B. L. Weaver, Howard Picht, Mandus Lloyd, Davicl Hosier, August Peterson, and Floyd Richards attended from the Swea charge. The Rov. C. H. Kamphoefner gave the address of the evening 1 , quartette sang Mr. Knniphoef- ner, who lives at Sioux City, is executive secretary of the pension and relief fund of the Northwest low:. Methodist Conference. He has oc-e a member of the Conference sine 1901, and in his time served na pas tor of Methodist churches at Ot( Wall Lake, Pomeroy, Webster Citj and Sioux City. From 11110 till 192 he was superintendent of tne Id Grove district. and the Isenberg several selections. Rust, of Corwlth, his sermons have June Thomson. Benefit Curd party Given— The Legion and the Atinlllary en- tertalned at «t benefit card party a t the Legion hall Monday evening. Each guest paid i5c and- the proceeds went to help' disabled soldiers Bridge, ,"500", "Rook", and other card games were played at IS tables. Corwlth 1'nator Preached Here>_ The Baptist congregation had special Thanksgiving services at the church each evening last week. The Rev. Albert ~ preached and ..._ „......„„„ Iluvc been highly praised by persons who heard them. Snow Swept from Paving-. A snow-sweeping brigade cleared the streets after the recent snow. This was the first time that «now was cleaned from the new paving. Street Commissioner Charles Edwards headed the crew. . Doctor Kill under is Improving— Doctor Kulander, who ' h'hs been critically sick with erysipelas at t Fairmont hospital, is reported 1m proving. County Build* Machine Sheds- Sheds'to house county road ma chinery are being built in the nortl entl of town and are Hearing com pletlon. Other Swea City. Herman Klugcr has purchased tin O. O. Anderson property, when Ivan Elliot Is living. New Mail Service Secured— Beginning Saturday, Swea Cit will have two mails dally each way A mail truck will leave Esthervlll at 6:30 a. in. and arrive at 7:30. I will go on to Lakota and return a 8:15 a. m. Then in the afternoo the truck will leave Estherville a 1:45 p. in. and reach here at 3 p m returning from Lakota at 3:45 i m. Harry Bauman, Eetherville, driver. This new service will be great Improvement over what Swe City has had of late. Since the Roc Island took off a train we have ha only one mail from east and on from west daily. However, mail t go south has been carried to Gerle daily at 4 p, m. Lutheran Choir Gives Musicale— The Immanuel Lutheran ohurc choir gave a special musical jervio Sunday evening before a paeke house. The following program wa given: piano solo, Mrs. Raymon Swanson; vocal solo, .Mrs. Hue Johnson; I Want My Life an God's Ways Are Best, male tette; Santus, mixed octette; Heard the Voice of Jesus Say", Life In God", "Thou Art the Kin , of Glory", choir; song, mixed quar tette; "Incline Thine Ear", "Prais ye Jehovah," "Forever Worthy 1 the Lamb," "If With All You New BooUs for the Library— The library board has placed sev oral new books on the shelves Algona Hunchback of Notre Dame; Captal Blood; Roughing It; Ruth Fieldln; on the War Front; Emma. Gllli brand; Age of Fable. The'follow Plays, and punted to the 45-yd. line. An Algona pass failed, and another play made a yard as the half ended. Ateona leases Ball on 2g-yd. Line. Algona kicked off at the opening of Uie second half, and a fumble the 31-yd. line was recovered Algona. Two plays made six yards, and Algona lost five on the next play. The fourth play took the ball to the 22-yd. line, but not far enough for a first down, and Eagle Grove took the ball. Two plays failed t 0 gain for the Eaglets, who punted to the Sfcyd. line. Algona lost two yards, and in three more plays failed to make a first down by inches, and the Eaglets got the ball. Eagle Grove lost a yard, and then drew a five-yard penalty for backfield in motion. Algona was off- sides and drew a five-yard penalty. Eagle Grove lost three yards, and punted to the Algona 32-yd. Algona immediately returned the punt to the Eaglet's 35-yd. line. Eagle Grove drew a five yard penalty for taking too much time in the huddle, and after an unsuccessful Play punted to Algona's 44-yd. 'line. On an attempted lateral pass an Eaglet grabbed the ball and with a cloar feld ran for a touchdown. The kick was wide and low, and the score was tied, 6-6. Eagle Grov e kicked off and Aleona returned the ball to the played their first game this season on the home floor against Eas Chain last week Tuesday night anc were beaten, 27-15. Friday nigh they dfove to Estherville for a prac tlce game. The boys who have re ceived suits are Everett Jenson Laurence Helmke, Francis McGregor, Burton Thomson, Howard Krumm, Thomas Hanlfan,. William Moore, and Darwin Hanlfan. E'|)\vorlli League play Given— At an Epworth League at the Methodist church meeting Sunday then line. yd. line. Algona made a first down in three plays, and , in three more took the ball to the 31-yd. line. Al- srona made another yard as the quarter ended. Passes Fall to Gain. The opening play of the last per- lor made a yard for Algona, and a pass failed. On the next play Algona lost the ball when a try for first down failed. Eagte Grove made seven yards, the n failed to gain, and punted to Algona's 27-yd. line. Algona made tw 0 on a pass, then went through the line for elSfbt yards and a first down. Two play* failed 1 to gain and Algona punted to th« 48-yd. line, but an Algona, player drew a 15-yd. penalty (or trying to catch the punt, and Eaglets took the ball on 37-yd. line, Bagl e Grove lost yards In three trys, and punt«d, to the 81-yd. line. A long AJgonA bounced 'out of numbed fingers, Aigona punted wt on 28-yd. Itoe, The Ba*tet» lp*t »Jx yards ID tor 0 punt«d t<? tb« fc> evening a play. The Sun Rises on Little Epworthia, -was given. Geneva Picht, June Thomson, Kenneth Seylar, Raymond Picht, and Sidney Hutchinson had parts. The plot concerned ways and means to Interest young people in the Epworth Herald and get them to subscribe for it. Collegians Give Thanks Herd- Many Swea City young folks who are attending college spent Thanksgiving at home. Esther Smith was here from Carleton college, Northfield, Minn.; Frances Poole and Bernlce Pearson from Cedar Falls; Allan Poole and Dick Krumm from Coe college; Donald Dourte, Gail Weaver, Arvln Iverson, and Theo dora Hovey, from Waldorf college. Epworth League Officers Named— The Epworth League has elected officers: Burton Thomson, president; Gerald Picht, first vice president; Kenneth Seylar, second and third Vice president; Geneva Picht, fourth vice president; Lol$ James, secretary-treasurer; pianist, Irene Dourte; secretary effiojency chart, PK1SBYTEBIAN Chicken Supper LEGION HALL Saturday, December • Chicken and, Noodle* Mashed Potatoes Escaiioped Corn MGTONIAN HURT IN FALL FROMrtAYLOFT Irvlngton, Dec. 2— Wm. Greenfiek was seriously Injured one evening last week when he fell from the ha: loft and struck his back on a man ger. He was pitching hay at th time and his fork slipped, letting him fall backwards. He at first be lleved that he> was not serlouelj hurt, but about 2 o'clock the follow ing morning help wns called to tak him to the hospital. He la nov home again, but neighbors are stil doing the chores. Sirs. Jno. Loss to OnliiliiJe _ Mrs. John Loss, who wns critic ally ill early last week at Iowa City has slightly recovered and has beeVi removed to the tuberculosis sanl tarium at Oakdale. Steve Loss, win took John and the children, John Jr. and Rose, to Iowa City a weel ago Sunday, returned the following evening bringing the children wltl him. John stayed and accompaniec his wife to Oakdale, returning her last Thursday. Cancer Patient is Failing— Mrs. J. M. Cox recently recelvec word that her sister-in-law, Mrs Corvin Squeir, Aurora, Neb., is IDS ing strength rapidly, after a lont Illness with cancer. Mr. and Mrs Squeir spent a day here a year ago on a trip to Rochester, where Mrs Squeir went through the clinic. A daughter, Hazel, who lives with hei parents, Is in an Aurora hosplta following an operation for a ruptured appendix. School Gives program _ A program was given at the Geo Stewart schoolhouse last week Wednesday evening-. The teacher Mrs. Nelson, had charge and after the regular program by the pupils, a play, "The Sweet Family," was giv en by some of the neighborhood women. Afterwards pies were sok and cake and doughnuts were served. There was also a candy booth and fish pond, and $25 was cleared." Operation Subject is Recovering— Charles Winandy, who was operated on at the Kossuth Hospital week ago Sunday for appendicltl was able to go to the John Simon home this week Monday; The family plane to leave for Chicago the latter part of this week. Mr. Winandy is auditor of the Milwaukee railroad, and was on his way from Minneapolis for a visit here when he was taken ill. Miinsons Have Scarlet Fever—The Allen Kings, who only re cently were released from quaran tine for scarlet fever, have moved Into the house just vacated by the Albert Davis family, and the latter nas moved Into the J. C. Mawdsley house. The Munson family is hav- nig a siege of scarlet fever, and it Is reported that Mrs. Munson and THORINGTON THEATRE AND COMMUNITY HOUSE TbpriEfgton Theater and Community House is an assured fact. Pojjsefsjpn, p| Boettcher building pn December 1. Tenants moving at once Letenser, Inc., archi- t^cte, Omaha, Neb., on th* job. ' with ducU for \ two other children only recently be* came 111. Spurgcon S*l« Is Sticcww— Sirs, \Vm. SpUfgeon heli a public sale at her home last week ^tics- day. Livestock, machinery, and household goods sold at good prices, Mrs. Spurgdon and John Schlilz recently shelled corn and hauled It to Oalbralth. Henry Wcbcr Suffers Wound- Henry Weber received a painful gnsh on the face while helping John Schtilu shell corn last week. The ele* valor, which was being moved, blew over nml the hopper struck him Iri the face. Other Irvington 5«w« Tony Dagel and son 'Donald, Slb- loy, cnme last week Wednesday and spent Thursday at the Tom Chllton. and the Henry Mlers homes. Mrs. Bdw. Hammer and son John were also dinner guests at tho Mlers home. Mrs. Chllton and Mr. Dagel are brother and sister, Mr. Dagel was enroute home from Des Molnes, after buying a new feed grinder. Helen Boles, Giirner, was a guest at \Vm. Boldrldges from Thanksgiving till last Sunday, when the Bold- ridges returned her to Garner and visited at the Ashford home. The Ash fords, and also the Blakes, of Estherville, were Thanksgiving guests at the Boldrldges. . Mr. and Mrs. George Lee, Algona, and Homer. Berrlnger, Elgin, 111., the latter a nephew of Ben Terhune, were Thanksgiving guests at the Everett Lee's.. Mr., Berrlnger vls- iter at the Terhune home Sunday. The Earl Millers and John Coxes were Sunday guests at the John Daub home at Algona, celebrating the Daubs' 43rd and the Millers' 12th wedding anniversary. Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lindhorat and a student at Ames, spent the Thanksgiving va- ca'tlon with his 'parents. -Mrs. Ida Rlloy was 'called to Geneseo, 111., last week Wednesday by the serious Illness of a brother-in- law, Thomas Hoover. She will remain indefinitely. , The Rev. A. English preached last Sunday on a text taken from Acts 23-1. The topic was, "a Good Conscience." Mrs. George Scuffham and brother Kenneth Lyons spent Thanksgiving with'home folks at Ames. Mrs. Thomas Colenmn plans to leave this week for Ogden. to visit the Robert Buckleys. Andrew Funk was called to Waterloo on business Sunday. The Aid meets this Thursday afternoon at the annex. HOW SHE COULD ENJOY THAT Christmas gift if It is an Atwater- Kent radio.—A. K. Cliff, dealer. u!2 MANY TIMES PEOPLE WANT hardwoods or bar Iron, but do not known where to get It. We keep It In stock and sell it as wanted. We also make whatever you want, It desired.—Thorpe Wood & Iron Works, at the Old Dray Shop. 45ul2-13 WE MAKE ALL, KINDS OP wagon and motor truck bodies. In fact we do almost any kind of rough cabinet or other work In which hard woods or Iron are used. — Thorpe Wood & Iro Shop. VFJI me uneu. — inorpe on. Works at Old Dray V , 31uI2-13 OR P.E. All kinds of Electric Appliances General Electric Refrigerators Auto-Matic Washers Tool Sets Toys Wagons And sleds for the Boys and Girls KOHLHAAS HARDWARE C A L t THE HOUSE BEAUTIFUL The theater you are proud to take your friends to. NO THEATER .BETTER. Western Electric Sound. Theater built for sound and treated to be acoustically perfect Direct contact with Hollywood pre-view Records , We know about the poor ones in our contract before' they reach us. Pay. and not play the poor ones I -is a policy of years at the Call. ' Seats^arranged^o relieve all eye strain and neck i, / . Humidified washed air makes the "Call" the place of amusement in this territory. Wednesday, ThurHday, and Friday December 8, 4, and 5 Trade Matinee 2:30 Thursday. - Prices, 10-SOc. Special Schod"! Matinee Friday at 4:15. ttradeM. lOc; high school.. 25c. ELBBENDEL JOHN WAYNE Marguerite Churchill and 20,000 Cowboy N, Scouts, Indian* and Pioneer Women In a story of the .Pioneer We«t F.L.HOPPE The Jolly Auctioneer— who neve falls to hold a crowd. Has had 2 years of experience in stock am farm sales. Prices reasonable. Sat tsfactlon guaranteed. Give me trial. Phone 705-J, Algona. 51tf INSURE uith M M>WSE'-_ Algona Insurance Agency Phone 66 RICE Book and Gift Shop Spectacular range of prices Gifts 5c, 25c, $1 to 9800 A gift for every purse. Imports of all kinds. Christmas card selection from the three high clasii. companies— Henderson Hall Gibson Art 17,000 stock bought on the New York City and Chicago markets for you to select the gift that/will be appreciated for Christmas. Remember the ll.oo edition popular novels of v Oannoa J 8 Back" the '*$J&Se&&,*eL{ i &.- ll. '-. > El Brendel give* • forerunner of the fomqiu Bronx chcet for his mo« devottd fellow pioneer, hit Movietone of plow** d»y». Heroic Empire Building. Blazing new trails. It's big, thrilling entertainment. Saturday, Dumber «, Two Matinees—1;8Q an d «;80,\ Always a big Special for Satur day at Algona. Always a IVo-Hoir Show, GEO. O'BEIEJf In Zane Gray's Sunday SpwJul, Heccmber ?,| 1 o'clock Matinee ana every 2 hoi KAY JOHNSON and KAY FRANCIS in Kathryn Norrls' "Passion Flower* New—Not shown at any point-., You see It first December 7, Always a Two-Hour! •«•—^——• Monday ami Tuesday, fiecemtat'j ALGONA'S FAVORITES BUDDY ROGEBS NANCY CARROLL In "Follow Thru" ; 1 It's a happy show—one you i enjoy evoi-y ininuto, ' —Also— ... News, Comedy, Varietto I Always a Two- Hour Sko ' MM ^^ MMMHMMMMMHWMM _ MMH Wednesday, ft«.'ember It Special booking fur those who I preciate the best. CYKIL MAUDE in "Grumpy" Think of it—the greatest En actor coming to Algona. • Our sound Byxlem will give you j real thrill, carrying the true of the words spoken by this actor. ' It's a big hit for all, 16 to 60 yei —youll' Iov« "flrumpy." , Always a Two-Hoar Show.] Thursday and Friday, Dec. 11 «<l IT'S BIO NEWS Three matinees In two day* Thursday, 2:30—Trade MatlnW Prices, 10-30c, Friday 2:30—Trade Matinefc Prices, 10-30fl. Friday, 4:30—School MatlnW. 'Grades, lOe; high school, 25C. JACKIE COOGAN MITZIE GREEN JUNIOR DURKJN in *Tl»e Adventures oi Tom Sawyer, Yoy'll all want to see «-«' yearn of ago.- Saturday, DMemfc* tf. Two T«*de Matinees, 1:30 and Prices, 10-30C. IT'S A BIO of the WP*.' ,fx.~.:..•>...,.}.

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