Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 4, 1930 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 4, 1930
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LUNDY'.'SEC-Y ALB1A, IOWA 'VYACQAL that never depreciates, that has no upkeep, that constantly increases in VALUE But more than that, a VIRGIN DIAMOND cor- «»s a thrill of owner- •liip, a Joy of possession, that only the knowledge that you are the first to wear and to own this beautiful gem can offer. CERTIFIED VIRGIN DIA. MONDS com* to you direct from the mines, in a wide range of distinctive mountings, at standard prices, through "AUTHORIZED VIRGIN DIAMOND DEALERS F. W. WEHLER & CO. JEWELERS AND OPTOMETRISTS \/l D /"** I H I "»u-s.Pit.on. VIKCjJN DIAMONDS ^ MONTHLY PAYMENTS Add Comfort and Convenience to the Old Home— *' Modern improvements ,., increase property value iQji far more than they cost Throughout the house, from basement to attic, a change will sugest itself here and there that will add much to the comfort and convenience of your home. And outside, the house can easily be remodeled or refinished, the harsh lines of roof and gables softened and made gracefully modern in appearance. Windows and doors may be added or enlarged; the porch made bigger, smaller, or glazed in; there is no end to the benefits and conveniences of home modernising. If y«u want unbiased, helpful suggestions, call on us. Our remodeling service is at your disposal, free and without obligation. We'll help you plan and carry out your ideas; relieve you of all the details, help you arrange the financing, and will co-operate with local contractors. THANKSGIVING H&> OBSE FEN WED BY ON FOLKS MlfcH,, Fenton, Dec. 2—Thanksgiving reunions were held at many Fenton homes last Thursday. At Frank Bailey's Mr. Bailey and Mrs. Kate Newel entertained their children and the children's families: the C. O. Baileys, Burt; the le Roy Newels, Hartley; the Doctor Whitlows, Swea City; Frances Bailey, Brltt; tlie Charles Newels, the F. C.: Bailees, and the G. B. Johnsons, Fenton. At C. H. Geroneln's the L. A. Petersons, and Cedrlck Thomas, Ring* sted, and the George Wilsons, Arm- strorig, were guests. Dinner guests at W. J. Welsbrod's were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Welsbrod and their granddaughter, Verona Welsbrod, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Weisbrod; Mrs. hsre and r.-'.&ftaMiJMftnz w«fe ner gu<«U at h, C< (Joetsch's trtd&y evening. ' Edith Laage, teacher at Cedar'lUp- ld« uehoote, and Verona Wclihrod, attending Coe coltege, spent Thanks* Jfy'"* ** "»« C- *•• C. Loftge and MI J* C WelBbrod homes respectively. Mrs. p. Hi Jenacn entertained her Afternoon bridge club last week Tuesday and the high score was won by Ufa fr, C. ^n A two . , . course luncheon wa« serve<l, Mrs. F, 3. ttewel, and daughters Maxlne and Hazel, and son Maurice, with Mrs. j. F. Newel, spent Saturday afternoon dt EaH osborn's, Sen- Hugo Denker and her children, Tjceter; Ronmtne Stransberry, Nashua; and Florence Welsbrod Sheldon. The John Lights litid of of of as guests Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Melvln MansaRer, Gorlon Welsbrod, and Mr. and Mrs, larold Wood, nil of Ames, and Viola ,lght, of Britt. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Newel entertained the former's parents, Mr. and Mra. J. F. Newel, and. her sister, Irene Newel; A. H. Peterson and Esther Edmunds, of Stanton; Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. A. Ridder, Fairmont. The Charles Lohsos, Armstrong; Mv. and Mrs. John Meyer, and Mrs. Mary I-Iarsch, Fenton, wore guests o£ the A. H. Meyers. Airs. Carrie Voight was hostess to the Wllbert Huldorfffl- and the Charles Steln- backfi. at Farewell for Mrs. .Tno. H<icvers— A farewell party was given Herman Cade's last Thursday oven- ing for Mrs. John Boevera, who had "leen visiting relatives here during the last several months. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Chris Widdel, Mrs. Carrie Haase. and her family, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langerman, all of Fairmont; Mr. and Mrs. Theadora Welsbrod, the Walter and H. H. Widdels, Mrs. Viola Mitchell and her children, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meyer, Nettle and Gladys Wels- brod, and Leonard Haaso. Mrs. Boevers departed for her home at El Reno, Okla., Sunday, accompanied by her niece, Mrs. Viola Mitchell and the latter's small son Bobby, who will be there till Christmas. Xcwels Give Family Dinner- Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Newel entertained at a family dinner Sunday. Attending were the Raymond Johnsons, the Clarence Welsbrods, the Wilber Kearns family, and Andrew Johnson, all of Rlncsted; the Lester Johnsons, Bancroft; the Le Roy Newels, Hartley; Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Johnson, Mrs. Elsie Johnson, Mrs. Kate Newel, the E. J. Franks, and the E. K. Johnsons, all of Fenton. }all on Hospital Patient— The E. C. Fauerbys were at Algona Thursday and called on Mrs. ecu. Gladys Welsbrod, attending the Iowa Beauty school, ties Molnes, spent Thanksgiving with her par ehts, Mr. and Mrs. L. J, Wetebrod Volla Light and France* Bailey teaching at.Brltt, spent Thanksglv Ing at the John Light and Frank Bailey homes respectively; Mrs. 'Arthur Betttn, Burt, son Fernley, and daughters Uuth and Marie spent Saturday at the parental Henry Boevers home. Raymond Aldorson and Clarence ThQosfield, attending a barbers school at Des Moines, spent Thanksgiving with relatives here. John Mlckllck, principal anc coach at Lost Nation, spent the week-end at Supt. Bellcen's. He formerly taught here. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Henricksen, Rlngated, were dinner guests at C. G. Humphrey's Sunday evening. The P. H, Jensens, of Perry, spent Thanksgiving and the week-end with relatives at Des Moines. Florence Newel, Blunt, S. D., spent the Thanksgiving vacation at G. W. Newel's. Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Wolfe, Latimer, were Sunday visitors at C. W. Lau- rltuch's. The W. H,' Baileys, Marshall, Minn., called on relatives here Friday. Margaret Welner, Plttsburg, Kas., Is employed at Dennis Smith's. WHITTEMORE PRIEST GIVEN NEW PARISH Hfenry LaUclw, - j — -——.., i *v*Bis,ntf « ««-».* V * nl|l|f fr"* 818 ttt »»>« Brajtfa home. , Mr. and MM. L. A. tfiike have ^A n £J&»!* J^I** next 5 06$, Th« d Mr. repair m will conduct his ghoe shop on'the ground floor, Mary D. Schlltz, high school eachcr,- spent Thanksgiving and the week-end with her parents at £ ^f' ^"^ne'Sotrtort, another hlgh^ school teacher, ^ M at Brltt, her home. >; Supervisor and Mrs. K, j. Balgeman attended a, surprise ^.partv . In honor of the 20th wedding anniversary of supervisor and Mrs Olaf Funnemark a t Wesley last week Monday. . . . • , . Mrs. Jos. Walters, her daughter Geneva, the John Wilsons, the Andrew Elberts, Peter Elbert, and Minnie Elbert shopped at Aloson City Friday. The Wm, HanoverS entertained at- dinner Sunday the Wm. Roebers, Otto Bells, Wm. Koehneckes, Herman Gades, August Gades, Emma Uosella, daughter, of Mr. .and Mrs. William Hlgglns, .spent Thanksgiving with her parents. She Is taking nursing nt-sioux City. Dolores, daughter of Mr. and,Mrs s Robert Flnnell, spent Thanksgiving and the week-end at home. She Is teaching at Rockwell. The John Gappas, Fairmont, were over-Sunday visitors at 'Frank Gappa's. John and Frank are cousins. Mrs. Anna Dau, south of town, recently purchased a new Chovro- ct from Polrot and Sclmttschneider Leona Haag, R. N., Sioux City, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Peter Hong, south oC Whittemore. J. V. Elbert has purchased a Chevrolet sport coupe from Poirot and. Schattschneider. Mrs. John Mcine, Chicago, spent Thanksgiving and the week-end at he Eclw. Burke's. Frieda, daughter of the Wm. Meyers, east of town, spent Sunday nt the Virgil Zweifel home at Fenon. Mrs. Bertha Langerman, now of Humboldt, spent Thanksgiving here. en- bridge II Botsford Lumber Co. ,OIltl O-UUIOmlJ 1 O.HXA *,**.."X. Ilarence Alsup at the Kossuth Hospital. She recently underwent an operation-for gallstones; Wilma Alsup accompanied the Fauerbys to Fenton and remained till Saturday evening, when Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johnson took tier ba*. •_ Party for ei-Fonton Teacher- Mr, and Mrs. H. E. Rfilmers ertained at two tables of 13—„Friday night as a courtesy to Esher Edmonds, former Fenton teach- >r, now at Stanton. The guests in-_ eluded Editor and Mrs. J. A. j Schwartz, Mr.'and Mrs. F. P. Newel, Edith Laage, and A. H. Peterson. Attend BolltTcr Brotherhood Meet— A Methodist sub-dtetrict Brotherhood meeting took place at Dolllver ast week Monday evening. A num- er of men representing the local hurch attended. The next gather- ng will be held at Armstrong in anuary .and will be a "Dads and Lads" night. Mrs. UHers* FatUer Injured— The John Ulfens family motored o Algona several times last week to islt Mrs. Ulfers' lather. William Greenfield, Irvlngton, who recently uffered a fall and was being cared or at the Algona Hospital. He was aken home Saturday. Attends Two Hlnfrsted Parties- Mrs, G. M. Miller attended two parties at Ringsted last week, a irthday party Tuesday afternoon t Andrew Anderson's and an after- oon party Wednesday at Mrs. "Nef, Bonnlcksen'a. nlngeted Girl Us Bride- Marie Nelson, Ringeted, and Thorald Hanson, northwest of Fenton, vere married at-the home of the ride's parents last week Wednes- ay, They will farm near Rlngsted. G. I). Whites Hate Daughter— Mr. and Mrs, B, O. White are par etna of a, girl, born Sunday night a a Mason City hospital. This is th first child, and she has been namec Lucille. Party for Mrs. Everett Breyer— A birthday party was given a Everett Dreyer's Friday night i honor of Mrs. Dreyer'e birthday There were 30 guests. African Missionary Speaks— Geo. A. Roberts, agricultural Mis slonary in Africa, spoke at th Methodist church Sunday evening. Other Fenton Hewi The Nels Kroghe, Lakefleld Minn., came last week Wednesday to visit their daughter, Mrs. J. P Kramer. Last Thursday the Kroghs and Kramers motored to Bradgate lor Thanksgiving with Mr. Kra mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A- Kramer. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Kreistein Henry Kreistein, and Mrs. Fred Anderson, all of Clinton, Minn., vWted last week at John Gramena's. |>r«d and Henry are Mrs. Gram«n»'p brothers and Mr*. A«<~ ter. ' • " •'.' - Mre. H. B. Reimers, Mm B- Q, Weisbrod, Mr and Mrs. N. R, Bruer. Bancroft, and Mr. and, Mrs. Wfljiam Reimers, Whittemore, attended the funeral p| Mr. gruer-s stoter, Mrs. Peter Hanson, at Hartley Friday. >*' Among local teachers who Thanksgiving with their were Martba Gilbert, Qarner; MsMfi Brant, State Center; .Margie KWn- hekeel. Archer; Lily ~ Whittemore, Dec. 2 — It was announced at St. Micheal's Catholic church Sunday morning that Father Gearen is to have charge of the parish at Onawa, and Father Veit, Estherville, will come here. The change will take place December 11. Father Qcare'n's ne\v parish, which'is his first appointment, includes Onawa and a Mission at Blenco, each consisting of 50 to 60 families. Father Gearen was educated at Sioux City, his home, Prairie du Chien, Wis., and St. Louis, and he came to Whittemore five years ago as assistant to Father Sweeney. Father Sweeney was transferred to the Fort Dodge parish a month ago, and since then 'Father Gearen has been In charge of the Whittemore parish. Father Veit has been In charge of. the EStherville parish three years, going there from Mary Hill parish, near Cherokee. H e waa a chaplain on a transport boat during the war. Father Gearen replaces Father Savage at Onawa, and Father Savage, who takes over the Estherville parish, was stationed at Em- metaburg three years before he went to Onawa. Road Graders Home Affsln— J. V. Elbort and son Walter, who have spent the past several months in grading work in Kosauth and Palo Alto counties, have quit for the winter and -will clean brush and trees from the roads preparatory to grading again next spring. During the past few months they did 24% miles of. casting and three miles of blade work, of which seven miles are in Kossuth and the balance in Palo Alto, in Palo Alto 11 miles were worked in Independance township. Party Celebrates Four Birthdays— A number of relatives spent last week Wednesday evening at th e H. F. Schultz's, east of town, in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Henry Schultz, their son George and their daughters Ruth and Edna, which are all November 26. The evening was spent at cards and visiting, and a midnight lunch was served. Balgemans In Family Reunion— A Thanksgiving family reunion was held at Supervisor F. J. Balgeman's. The George Balgemans, West B«nd,' Louis Balgeman, Ames veterinary student, Ruth Balgeman, teaching a t Gushing, \vere hew, the only absentee among the children being Viola Balgeman, who is taking nursing at Chicago. Laurltien Buys Fool Hall— Charles Lauritzen, Fenton, purchased the John Drew pool hall in Whitteraore last week and has taken possession. Mr. Lauritzsen a brother-in-law of E, Schonhoven of Whittemore, .plans to move here as soon as possible;; The Lauritz- ens have in Fenton. fill market price paid for Ft*. JOE GREENBERG Seneca operated a restaurant Carriers T»k« Enforced Vacation*— Albert F. Behnke, route 2 carrier, was k«pt from work a few days last week by a badly Infected finger. Albert Meyer substituted. M, F. Farrell, route 1 carrier, was also off a few days with an attack of flu. and Edward Farrell, regular substitute, haa been serving the route. Turkey Dinner fe Served— A Thanksgiving turkey Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olson are parents of a • boy bor n last week Tuesday. A good-sized crowd attended a dinner and bazn.ir at the church Thanksgiving' day. The proceeds totaled $136, Several local families attended a recent celebration of the wedding anniversary of Supervisor and Mrs. Olaf Funnemark, near Wesley. The anniversary cake was made by Mrs. J. H. Jensen, Seneca. Pauline Osborn came honae for Thanksgiving from Cedar Falls where she 1 is attending the state teachers college. She left Sunday for Mason City to begin practice teaching as a part, of her college course. , The William Osborns, Mr. and 1 Mrsrwilbur Richmond, Armstrong; the Lawrence Saxtons, the Roy Oa- borna, and Mrs. Chris Madison, her son Milton, and daughter Alma spent Thanksgiving evening at Charles Osborn's Representative j. "H. Jensen went to Chicago Saturday with cattle and is attending th e International 'Live•stock Exposition. - . • Mrs. Leonard Anderson lias been at Fairmont, helping her slstar, Mrs. •Milton Murphy, care for the latter's oldest boy, seriously sick with pneumonia. Pupils and teachers of the Seneca consolidated schools had a two-day vacation at Thanksgiving time. Friday night the Ledyard boys and girls' bask«f ball teams played here ajid the Seneca girls won, 51-10, the local boys losing, 13-6. Winners of the recent Seneca consolidated schools . declamatory contest were; oratorical — Gerald Godden; dramatic, Bernice Jensen; humorous, Arthur Kracht. They go to Fenton this week Tuesday night for an inter-school contest. This is Seneca's first year i n the contests. Mrs. L. W. Saxtpn has been appointed Seneca correspondent for the Advance. The editor writes that he • received a number of 'voluntary applications, and, not knowing any of the applicants personally -and therefore having no choice he decided the matter by. drawing lots, and Mrs. Saxton won. CONSIDERING THE POPULA- , tlo n of Its, territory, the Advance, covers its field more completely than the Chicago Tribune or any other dally paper covers Its own was. served honae Itujl Bjustrum family. Cart Walkers. ..,.-. dinner the James Walker B, g, Tetius Detest I* — :"Wl»Htemore public school basket teams defeated lone Rock last there. -n»e Tuesday won 30-7,' and the Otter WfcHtimore. *' ** d *rt«nd« were at » * p'clocjt jupper lay evening ^ the w»>. Wme east of town- the Walter. AN IDEAL GIFT FOB THE BOY What glorious adventures boys ten and twenty have reading THE AMERICAN BOY—YOUTH'S COMPANION! As if by magic, this magazine carries boys to distant parts, introduces them to strange people, lets them experience <iueer customs and revel in the adventures of foreign lands; ' ~ > -- •* In^a single hsue, a boy will battle the frosen Northland wtth sled and dog.team.. cross Indian-haunted plains in a prairie schooner, zoom over war-torn lands In an army plane or on dangerous routes with a U. B, mail pilot, hunt wild animals in Africa atop an elephant, go cruising in a battleship, fight Arab raidv «r« with the Foreign Legion, and participate in many other thrilling experiences. „ ", • . iuch experiences sharpen a boy's Wits, kindle imagination, strengthen character, develop understanding of the world and <rf the people that in. haWt tt, Here to the Meal gut for at son, nephew, cousin, neighbor gift card bearing your name will be sent ty the 1»py if you request yeans,. Mail order to ...!» BQf-^-YOUTH'8 OOM- 49 ,WV Lafayette Blvd., Service win atari *»*&*— Advertise. for three Petrpji,t» HARNESS From now on is the time to bring in your harness and have them oiled and repaired, and also to Io6k over our NEW HARNESS that we have^in stock. Don't take our word for it but come in and see for yourself what a splendid stock we have, and we will make you ' SPECIAL PRICES on any kind of harness in our store. Also, bring the woman along with you, as we have something nice to show in the way of Ladies 9 Hand Bags And at prices and quality that cannot be beaten in the county, F. H. SHACKELFORD Pioneer Harness Maker of Kossuth County. ALGONA PRlCl M TOR OVER V 40 YEARS ounces BAKING POWDER CTric/enf 1 IT) DOUBLE ACTING, OUR COVERNMEh T Won* Praisi —because it is • * . So Easy to Turn • . . So Easy to Wash • • • So Sanitary « Algona, i olv ' Quartern QBAHTojf 4 •J; . p T , ' . is. IJnnan ••• P. Harrington j Phone*: IS^f^ Office over Toiv n si,.. Phone 213-AV. ate _ D. Shumwny SHUSnVAY & -Office in Quinby' Photic 68. Office In Phono Bu ,, *' K'EXEFICK & M. J.Konoflck . Residence Phones- -Konofick, 67. C. If. Phones: Off ice Physician nnd in Quinby „.„„., Phone No. 12, .. DB."w7.,. ,v 4 ,,, OsteopatJilc 1'lryslcinn „„„ SM Eye, Ear, Nose, and Thr£" Office over Hub Recreation Phones: Office, 1S7; Rectal diseases and cases. Office phon. 79. Residence] Over Zemler & Cnldwell I ALGONA, IOWA SE, M. D. ^v.,i - — •""' Snr ««» ^Office on South Dodge Stiw Phones: Office, 666; residence,! Alfjona, Iowa. "BENT1M8' A. D. Dentist Office In First National Bank 1 Phones: Office, 29; rea, M : • — »B. H. M; OWOX ; . Dontbt, Located over Christenwn' I— Phones: Business 166, ResWewil Aleona, Iowa BB. C. D. 8CHAAP Dentist Located in former Dr. W. & I Office, over Christensen Bn*< Phone in. CHIBOPBACTOH8 | BB. R. J. THIS8EK Palmer Graduate Ch:._ Thirteen year's successful . Office over State's Cafe > VETEBIifABY . I. W. FOX Veterinarian 'West State Street, Algou. Phones; Office 475-W,, im BUILDING CONTKAC1 H. tt. COWAN General Contractor. Estimates Furnished, PHonoa: Bualneaa, 639-Jj^ MACHINISTS MOBTOK MACHINE WOIB | Machinists and Welder* __ Service stock on Platan Rln and Bearings. West of Courthouse. PboMJ PKOIKICt , let MS show eome ! the • \^l^- r ' •" ' ' *»«MHH— ANKER-HOLTH arel, rrmm no numbers, lio'norcirw" And ttierf are no jug*, 0 , notcbe* on the bo w r ^ 0 « ••, ,•, ft blind g(rl san assemble it. It if guaranteed »eU>kal. "fWN 1 M4 will never need to b* returned to the factory to h« balanced, A NP, .. .it has the skwt. •rt;w*»k uiied on a cream f*Paratoi^-proof positive of »!• "*asy»turnlng" merit The turning «w Is* done with the •rm alipne—no pusaptng back #nd forth of your back. YOU Drop to ft im let vw te BWIFT * COMPANT " Cash Buyers. "| Poultry, Eggs, and HI4«* Matt lABiutli, Ugr. Phene 3(4. INSURANCE . Qrer f 15,990,000 worth ot In' force. ' 'A Jwww company. •eeure. f , -j, O. p*»spn/ A with •**• AtiUUI C,B.LaB»rre *l Reliable In*. Servle* Phone 55, i i • Property Loans. • Insurance. Kea cpNirnrcuMM It? W, State St. Jor ^^ «__ County m Praiseworthy IS^^i

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