Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1930 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 11, 1930
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11, 1930. ;G\ DIOIA Ust Radialrons ..j enough for the smallest space, Jtbrimfulof modern,man-size screen- lid radio! A beautiful, compact cab- t designed especially for fine tone jlity. Come in today...see it...hear ..enjoy a few minutes of real radio! [Reliable Radio TWO CUPS WON BY LONE ROCK IN 'DECLAIMS' I-imc Rock, IDec, 0—.Timiw high school cleclamntory contrats W erc held hero and at Fonton limt wock Tuesday evening, threu schools being represented, Lone Hock, Fentun, and Seneca. Lone Hock anil Kc-nton furnished the trophies, nnd I,onp Hock won both cups. Two contestants In the humorous class, one In the oratorical class, and ono In dramatics spoke In each contest Lone Hook won three firsts and one necond In the contest here, and two firsts, one second, and one third a Fenton. In'the oratorical class here Doro thy Dacken won first with A Man for the Ages; Fred Zwclfel, Fentnn won second, with Visions of War Irving Klein, Seneca, won third with a message to Garcia. In dramatics Lawrence Rath won first with "Scratch"; Ruth Glaus, Fenton, won .second with Angel's Wickedness und Bernlce Jensen, Seneca, wo third with White Hands of Telham In humorous, Kathryn Htebritz too first wltj» At the Swimming Pool Roy Leeper, Lone Rock, won sec ond with "Bill Smith; and Ly Newel, Fenton, won third with Any School Day. At Fenton In the oratorical class, Samuel Orvick, Lone Rock, won first with I Am an American; Ruby Paulson, Seneca, won second with A Man Called of God; Donna Jean Bailey, Fenton, won third with The Cross of Gold. In dramatics Hazel Anderson, Seneca, won . first with The Death Disc; Colla Jane Hollister, Lone Rock, -won second with Molly's Boy; ahd Verahell Ul- fera, Fenton, won eecond with The Child, In humorous Evelyn Bier stedt, Lone Rock, won first with Ma at the Races; Dorothy Stlgman Fenton, won second with Mothe Would Learn to Drive; and Eugene KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. AIXJONA, IOWA a Vigilante indoor target shoot t Forest City Friday night. Other Lone Rock. • H. Roderick accompanied Mr, nd Mrs. P. ,1. Kohlhaas, Algona, to Jes Molnex last week Wednesday to ttend a Chevrolet dealers aohven- on at the Shrine Temple. A ban- net WJIB served at the Hotel Forl Jes MulncH. They returned last hursday. Mr. ad Mrs. Willis Davlson, Ma on City, with Mrs. Margaret Davl on, Sheffield, and Georgetta and uhort Davlson, were Sunday KMts of the lj. R. Rodericks and Robert DrnnsfiildlR, The Sewing club met with Mrs Tohn Sprank last week Wednesda night, and 12 women attended. Th next meeting will be with Mrs. T Qenrlch next week Wednesda night. Gertrude Bicrstedt, Butterflel Minn., visited the Edw. Blerstedts ast week. She Is the eldest daugh- er of the William Blerstedtai who formerly lived here. Jack Quinn drove to Pipestone, Minn., last week Monday to get his wife, who had been caring for her mother several weeks. Harriett Fish went to Whlttemore last Thursday night to spend the week-end with her parents. The Clarence Janvrlns went to Webster City last week-end to visit Mr. Janvrln's parents. F. E. Macumber returned to Clear Lake Monday to resume work on the Decker mansion. PHILOSOPHICAL PHIL Lu Verne Mart Breaks World Rifle Record Shop formerly the Radio Shop PHONE 371 216 N. Thorington St. Hire This Portable Mill— _We bring it to you Free! Blanchard, Lone Rock, won third with Myaerlous Pup." P.-T. Ansoclatlon Hears Program— A Parent-Teacher meeting was held last week Thursday evening, and a large crowd attended. The program consisted of eongs and talks. Harriet Pish, third and fpurth grade teacher, spoke on language and spelling. Margaret Roderick sang a solo, "When The Organ Played at Twilight. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Krueger and Evelyn Thompson gave a playlet, Getting Ready for a Visit, after which Coach George Manus sang a solo, "Until." President F. B. Genrich, Lone Rock's rural mail carrier here, gave a short talk on how to wrap and address Christmas t packages. The P. T. A. decided to purchase a volley ball, each player to .buy his own suit. <No more hauling feed to — VIctors _ town , tO be ground, ™" local B ; B . teams metdefeat •when all you have to do at Seneca i aat we ek Wednesday iS phone fbr the SIL-| n l<rht. The girls' score was 37-13:; VER Portable Mill COMMITTEE PLANS CHRISTMAS DOINGS AT SEXTON CHURCH Sexton, Dec. 9 — A committee appointed to look after a Christmas program at the church has begun preparations. Mrs. Harvey Steven and Mrs. Lloyd Steven are to get up the program except music, which Marie Harris is to provide. Neva Olson, Nell Wise, and Edith Greenfield are the decorating committee, Emmetsburg Boy Named on Honor Squad L EO JENSVOLD, former _ Emmetsburg Wgh school foot- bull star and one of the most powerful ground-gainers on the state university team this year, has been given a place on the second all-conference team by Knute Rockne, coach at Notre Dame, who chose two western conference teams. Jensvold was placed at halfback, in which position he has been especially strong. Many Algonlans who played against him in high school games a few years ago remembered him by his nickname "Monk." He Is a member of the Sigma Nu chapter at the uni- versiay of which George Free, William Steele, and Donald P. Dewel are members. M IKE ^ALTMAN, Lu Verne, ! made what is believed to bo a new world's record at a recent jhoot held by the Lu Verne Gun club, when he made 398 out of a possible 400 points. The shoot was held at the club's shooting grounds in the basement of the new town hall, and the score was made from the standing position at a distance of 50 feet, the bullseye being only an eighth of an inch In diameter. Mr. Altman and his brother Nick are recognized experts with the rifle, and they have attended many leading contests and in every ca«e brought home one or more prizes. Good to Remember Endeiivor to he patient In hearing with the defects anrt Inllnnltles of others of wlint sort soever they may bo, for that thyself nlsn hnth ninny fnlUngs which must IIP home with by others.—Thonina H Kempts Come* Not UniotlcStet The clouds mny drop down titles and estates, wealth mny seek UK; but wisdom must he sought.— Young. Fooliih Fathionablet Ladles of fashion starve their happiness to feed thatr vanity, no/ then love to feed their pride.— Colton. I wish to thank tny friends for their liberal patronage since moving to the new location and invite those who have not located me to call at the new shop under Bloom's store. E. J. HARTSHORN Barber. Seeing Not' Hearing The Times admits that a man snld to Its editor, "I en.loy seeing you sing In the choir." The burn- Ing Irony of some of these friendly critics always leaves a scar.— El Dorado (Knn.) Times. Imitation! Will Do "Diamonds and platinum," muses ibe Mnrtln In Farm and Fireside. "come In handy In settln' oft n plain wife, but there's cunnln' Imitations that'll hold the home to gether just as well." new Chevrolet coupe. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Ruba, of Rem sen, her son Edward and Mrs. Jos Kobberam, of LeMara, with her son Raymond, spent Sunday after They Have No Monopoly Women In politics, a Detroit woman Bays, are selfish and JeaV ova, «nd, of course, we're glad that no one enn say anything like that •bout ttie men In politics.— Springfield Union. Duroc Jersey Spring Boars and Leo and Lloyd Steven and Herman Wise are to provide treats for the children. Farmer Recovering from Fall— Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and Edith took dinner Sunday with Mr. Greenfield's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William Greenfield, near Irvington. William has recovered enough from his recent fall from •a hayloft to be'about but is unable to work. August Roblson is doing his chores. son Raymond, spent csm'uay ULW.-,. . _«__ noon and Monday with the women's We are nOW ready to Offer VIP01TD & SONS all your grinding 0a eemed to ••»"- • •— v •—• . j ijQCK DOVH accii*^^* "•** im*-* 1 - . — — - — —. • done right On your OWn I lyea ln th e last half, and at times 'Monday morning. farm. Extremely lowL howefl jjooa teamwork on,both of-/ mileage fense and defense. Scoring honors were evenly divided on the Lone teams, and Jensen was. high man for Seneca. The Seneca led by Goetsch and Jensen at I forward and Neilsen and Jensen, Icy Paving is Treacherous— Several cars have of late slid into the ditch, the pavement being Icy. One car slid oft Sunday morning at a point a mile east of here and suffered a broken wheel. "Warm weather was melting the anow and ice rapidly Monday and Tuesday. Livestock Cues to Market— Four carloads of stock were ship- •ped to market from Sexton last week, some of cattle, others of hogs and sheep. Steam Burns Girl's Hand— .. Kdlth Greenfield suffered steam ^urns on. her left hand and sister, Mrs. John Ramer. _ Kj type easy feeding DUTOC Richard, Bernard, and Lois Mil- " => * f ' * ., ler and Louis Belsch attended the boars, the best WB CVCr BOlQ. matinee, .The-:.Last of the Duanes a Zane Grey story, at the Ca,l theatre Saturday afternoon. Bllzabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Paetz, returned from Chicago early last week, after sev era.1 weeks with' friends there. Albert Grosenbach, Marie Harris, and Ila Olsen attended a county teachers' institute at the high school building at Algona Friday. Mrs. George Olson and her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Benschotter, spent An old Chines* la 10 Buffer f ind . having duce nwollen •Btaifd YasteBt acting! tremtnMnti Tou con work and enjoy Jife « front the start yrb time to Syoid n a dankerotiiijindeo fy operation: Try Dr. MWon'aChlft** rold under our guarantee to «*tl«ff! completely and be worth 100 the small cost or ZQUC monefc E. W. ItlSBY'S 1»«UW »T< LOOK OVER OUR WANT'ADS Santa Clans '••,'. i * *• will be at the Wonder Store in person, day. Dec. 1]3 at p.m. He wants to see all the kiddies. . last Thursday at Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Neuman went to Spencer Sunday afternoon to visit relatives till Tuesday. Mr. and 'Mrs. John Ramer attended the funeral of Mrs. Lqss at Algona Monday morning. The Aid will meet this week Thursday with Mrs. Harvey Steven north of Sexton. Earl Sanders, Mallard, has spent a few days with his uncle, B. E. PRE-< ON SMART drive out to your farm absolutely free. No job too large or small. •Aid to Serve Lunch— The Aid will serve lunch at; farm sale next Tuesday. Other Sexton News. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Packard, Ren' ,_„_„ Aman is building the] foundation tor a garage at his home. Certain Recipe A man cnn make himself an un- ecuntortnble bedfellow by doins things that go against his grain.— American Mngnzlne. Winter Coats Phone the Portable Milling Co, lOrwaru aii« j.-,t.."« I guards, played a fast game and kept the ball in their possession most-of the time. The locals will play at Fenton this week Friday night. Schoolmasters Meet at Supt. and Mrs. L. E. . . . tended a county -Schoolmasters club meeting at the'Fenton schoolhouse Saturday evening. After a business session a three-course luncheon^ served by the at- wick- were at W. A. Packard's Friday, en route 'home from a visit in Minnesota with Lyle's sister, Mrs. Tom Dye. Lyle is a son .of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Packard. His sister and her daughter accompanied him as far as the parental home, where she is' making an extended visit. She will also visit at Renwick. W. A. Packard works for Car) Paetz. 1 Mrs, Gilbert .• Benschotter, Mrs. ALGONA Phone 47 were Supt. 1 ship; Supt. «*M»vt*»( —. - „ hip, up. Lauritzen, : Ledyard; Supt. Logan, Swea City. Supt. and i I oui'*.» MWO»»"I — • , . . . awrl Phone your nearest mill M>,. Tidman «un*a, supt. ^ Bancroft —- Phone 64 *£ £*L Rossman, Seneca; Supt. I and Mrs. Belken, Fenton. .f*' Burt Phone 71 Gilbert son Leon were mer's parents, Mr, and Olsen, and her little guests of the for- George they re- PEANUT BRITTLE Home Made 2 pounds 25c The Old-Fashion Grocery lu Verne P«o« e 8 Whltteinore- Phone 125 Titonka —- P«°ne 63 Swea City Phone 107K2 | What a WomaTT 139 YEARS OLD Should Weigh .TOU MAY i«E GETTING FAT 1 If your weight and height match- fca the figures *elow-you have a liood normal.' Iree from fat figure |Vi4 don't l^ave to worry —. Weigh P Ur8eU - t ^r wto89 tained the following friends bridge Sunday evening in honoi o£ the two men's birthdays: The Alf- and Maria" and Dorothy Jensen. | Algona Flour & Feed Co. Special Cash Prices ^ » 1 OK Operation Mrs. L. B. recently ujw,-. W ° S on for appendi- liFt. Ft. Ft, M Ft- |5Ft, 15 Ft. |B Ft. 15 Ft. 15 Ft. l« Ft, Ft, 1) In. 1 In. 2 In, 9 In. 4 In. 6, In. 6 In. 7 In, 8 In- 9In' [5 Ft 10 in Weights SlY$B 122 Pounds 124 Pounds 126 Pounds 129 Pounds 132 Pounds 136 Pounds 140 Pounds 144 Pounds 148 Pounds 152 Pounds }56 Pounds 159 Pounds ordinary Bran, 100 Ibs. - ---— Shorts, 100 Ibs. Flour Middlings, 100 Ibs. Alfalfa Meal, 100 Ibs —- ril4°pt%^^^^^^ Swift's Tankage, IQQ "?*[" —"' Meat Scraps, luu IDS. „— , Bone Meal, 100 IDS- Pig Meal, 100 Ibs — Roosevelt K*"^"^- poultry! flocks. Farmer Moves to A1 *"""^ north O f| Edw. Kunn, on a Iar d . town, has moved to^g^n ha ve sone Frank ana Th , a ^ the | place. Four Atte»a VWte ShoO o fr- n ft T ^J^Aru eBer attend- Corn Meal. 1° ^ T^ ....... Wheat Prahain, 10 Ibs Whole Wheat, 10 Ibs. -. Rye Flour, 10 Ibs. —- iartoa Tabl. 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.25 3.00 2.60 4-00 3.25 3.00 2.75 2.75 3.25 3.50 8.00 1.15 3.25 1,15 .90 J .50 .90 1.90 1.60 1,45 1.35 .65 .45 .50 .50 .50 •50c .30 .35 .05 STYLES! Bolero*, capes, pouch, blovwed backs, cape e», lie backs. SPECIAL GROUP $1/1.75 GORGEOUS FURS! i Muskrats, Fitch, Fox, WolfJ Squirrel MATERIALS! SAVE Never »jww'' UL ,„. 19301^7- ^ Smooth. | clothi, tri«?p f 4ull surfaced tw«f4i- The richneM of the fwrf—he»nty of .»»- ^^ Q^fa ric, newness of »tylei, wide *tlection of Lower Pricti dress and «port mod^U—iho^ld prompt quick action at thii low P^^fC f r ,™""^T\;] IP yjWf ^i-^VS S — i^* H n^^_ &• i rt(,T«i Many other items »pt A further dis,cou»t in Algona Flour *^ «w^wr-vn -m A Holiday Thft* Iriiif |i m-.- I-*-•'>• •• -JS!JEK»v^v^'fV^itMBaJM^^aa

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