Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1930 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 11, 1930
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PAGE BIGHT KIDDIES AND FUN ON GALL'S MENU FOR COMING WEEK A feature for kiddles at the Call theater this week will foe "Tom Sawyer" tonight and tomorrow nlRht, with a special matinee at 4:30 tomorrow night, and a big- free picture Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. This Saturday picture Is for the children only, Is a special picture juat for them, and grownups will not he admitted. The afternoon anil evening feature Saturday Is, Georpce Bancroft's "Derelict," fea- •jlurcd hy a tropical typhoon. Sunday Jack Oakie In "Sea Legs" shows Sow to see the girls by joining the navy. The biggest fun hit of the fall comes Monday and Tuesday in "Animal Crackers," featuring the four Marx brothers. This Is said to be funnier than "Cocoanuts," but It will be highly satisfactory If It IB as funny. There's something'about the "brothers" that starts a giggle just 'by looking at them, and their wise-cracks come like machine gun bullets. We don't know how many stars this got In Liberty, but four Isn't enough, If you like to laugh. Eddie Qulllan, who played here in "Big Money." brings "Night Work" next week Wednesday as the daddy of an orphan at $12 per week. Could you do it? Next week Thursday and 1-Viday brings 1880. It's hard to imagine the funny El Brendel flirting in 1980—fifty years from now, but he does it in "Just Imagine/ 1 Tiered streets and towering buildings are accurate forecasts of what may be. Christmas shoppers will find the trade matinees, starting at 2:30 each afternoon, a. comfortable and enter• taming rest. These matinees are given every afternoon from now till New Year's. LEASE DEDICATES BUFFALO CENTER CHURCH SUNDAY Buffalo Center Methodists will have a great day next Sunday, when a brand new brick church building Is to be dedicated. Dr. F. E. Mossman, president of Morningside college, will be the morning speaker. In the afternoon neighboring pastors will give greetings, and the Rev. J. J. Share, now of Humboldt, former Buffalo. Center pastor, will speak.. In the evening Doctor Lease will be speaker at the formal dedication service. ;' An old small one-room church jvas wrecked, .the lumber sold, and "rthe new church erected on the same .•site. The new church cost a total .'of $15,198. It.'isi modern in .every *espect. A basement' for the par: ponage was erected, a furnace Installed, and the house otherwise modernized. A garage was built and new walks were laid. This was done ' irt connection'with the church contract, and the grand total was $16,741, all but $4500 of which has been • raised. The remaining sum will be subscribed before dedication. The Rev. A, A. Howe, former .'Bancroft boy whose parents still live there, is the Buffalo Center pastor. Pastor Howe rates a larger town, but because of his organizing ability he was especially picked two . years ago to go to Buffalo Center and build the new church. MRS, JOHN LOSS BURIED MONDAf Mrs. John Loss, south of town, . died late Friday evening following a long illness with tuherculosis. For the last few weeks she has been a patient at the state hospital at Iowa City, and recently went to Oakdale, the tuherculosis sanitarium. Last week Mr. Loss went to Oakdale, and when advised that she could not live, consented to her wish to be brought borne. They arrived at the farm Friday evening, and Mrs. Loss died later that same night. Funeral services were held Monday morning at 0 o'clock at the Catholic church with Father T. J. Kwtttb made in St. Cecelia's cemetery. Mrs. Los.s Is survived by her husband and three children, John Jr., Rose, attending high school here, and Mildred, 3 years old. A brother, George Kramer, South Bend, Ind., and another brother and sister live In Austria. , Mrs. Loss was born in Austria, January i!8, 1S9G. She came to this country in the spring of 1912, and was a pr.ssenger on one of the boats that went to the rescue of the sinking Titanic, which sunk with a loss of 1715 lives after hitting an iceberg. The boat she was on picked up a number of survivors. Mr. and Mrs. Loss were married November 22, 1915 here, and have farmed south of Algona since that time. RETIRETilGSTED FARMER DIES HERE Henry A. Meyer, retired Ringsted former, who has made Algona hla home for the last ten years, died Sunday evening of heart disease after an iihies.s lusting several years, during the last of which he was virtually an invalid. Funeral services will be held this afternoon u t u :30 at the Presbyter Ian chuivh. with the Rev. J. L Coleman i n charge, and burial wil be made at Hingstcd with" the Rev A. English in charge. Mr. Meyer was born in Germany November is, 1S54, coming to the United States at an early age During most of his life he lived in the Ringsted neighborhood, where he farmed. He is survived by Mrs. Meyer, a son George, and a daugh ter, Mrs. O. L. Paugh. The children live in the Ringsted neighborhood. -*- By Era W* Strelt. -, .. -i . _ „—:; ~ . "• -iw em., aiui memoers are aisc Mcdiodlst S. S. llonr.1 Eloctg Officers na ked to take a covered dish. Cake The Methodist Sunday schoo" board was entertained at H. E. Reimer's Monday night, Mrs. Relmer, Mrs. G. B. Turner, and Mrs. Raymond Anderson hostesses. There were 20 persons in attendance. Officers were elected: Mrs. Frank Seeley, superintendent of the" gun- day school; M. M. Morrow, assistant; D. L. Leffert, treasurer; Geo. E. Johnson, secretary; Clara Thorpe, recording secretary; James Bishop, librarian; Mrs. A. A. Bishop, missionary superintendent; Mrs. E. R. Rising, pianist; Mrs. F. L. Tribon, '.superintendent oc junior department; Mrs. L. J. Malueg, superlri tendent primary department; 'Mrs. Relmer, superintendent beginners' department; Mrs. Sylvia Lannlng, birthday secretary; Mrs. Steinman, home department; A. Hutchison, •temperance secretary; Mrs. C; L. Ingersoll, cradle roll. A children's Christmas program will be given on Christmas eve, and the choir will give a Christmas cantata December 21. Other business matters were discussed, and after the meeting refreshments were served. St. Ooella Team Knterhilncd— Meadames J. W. Kelly, P. 'J. Kohlhaas, and F. C. Zender entertained the St. Cecelia's academy football squad, Father T, .J. Davern, the coaches, George Lichter and Tames Watts, and Father Gearen, Whittemore, at dinner at the academy Monday night. ' A three-course dinner was served at 6 o'clock at a single long table centered with a bouquet of chrysanthemums. Evan Finnell served as toaatmaster for an after-dinner irogram which consisted of short lallcs by the coaches, Father Davern, Father Gearen, and • several members of the squad. The boys on the squad were: Joseph Kelly, Edward Capeslus, Evan Pinnell, Emmet Hegarty, Thos. Bes- tenlehner, Vernon Kohlhaas, Leon- ird Dunn, Harold Streit, Mike Matern, Paul Ostwlnkle, Edward Zen- ler, Omar Kelley, Chas. Hughes, Sugene Thissen, John Baker, Wade Hansen, Bud Robinson, and Jos. ilchter. Gerald Hartshorn Is'Married— Gerald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hartshorn, was married at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, November S, to Betty Saunders, Washington, D. C. The marriage was announced at a party in the bride's honor given by her division of the census bureau. The announcements were in the form, of miniature census records. The bride attended the University of Iowa, where she was a member of the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. Gerald, who Is an Algona big 1 !! school graduate, i s also employed in the census bureau, and is spending 1 spare tim e attending George Washington University, preparing for the U. S. consular service. He is a member of the Delta Phi Epsilon professional Foreign Service fraternity. Mr. and Mrs. Hartshorn are at home at 1900 F Street, N. W., Washington, D. C. . , Algxmlun's Tabloid Printed— Helen, 17 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Morrow, wrote a tabloid review for the Des Moinea Sunday Register book page junior contest and although she was not a prize winner, her tabloid on 'The Whirlwind" was among those printed in Sunday's Register. Following is the review: "The'-Whirlwind," by William Stearnes Davis; Macmillan. A vivid story of the French Revolution -including such historical figures as Louis XVI, Danton, Robespierre • and Marie Antoinette. Though an exponent of "Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity," Rene de Massas, an aristocrat, has his problems increased by objections to ills love for a bourgeoise girl. A fascinating historical novel. Helen E. Morrow Age ill, Grade 12 Algona, Iowa Hosts at Gumer— Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Lease, Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse, Mrs. L. ,T. Malueg, Mrs. George Johnson, Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Edw. Taylor attended a Woman's Home Missionary society group 'meeting: at district president, presided at the ^" "•"• *. M.I.HCI i. 0. uisiiiwi. piesiueni, presided at tne iiitjni in nonor ot jvatner Uearen Davern- In charge, and burial was meeting. The meeting consisted of of Whittemore. Other guests were papers, discussions, and music. A Britt, on the national jubilee meeting n Cincinnati recently. A good crowd attended. Mrs. Lease presided at a similar meeting at Plover last Thursday. R. JT. to Have Christmas Party— The Royal Neighbors will give a Christmas party next Tuesday afternoon and evening. Between 4 and 6 Royal neighbor children will be entertained at the I. O. O. F. hall by Santa. Claua, and there will be a Christmas tree. Each child Is to take a 10c gift. There will be lunch In the evening thei camp will hn.ve a - party, and each member Is to take a guest. Everyone Is to take a lOc gift, and members are als6 rolls, and coffee will be furnlshet by a committee, with Mrs. Strom In charge. There will be a program and the distribution of gifts. Academy Pliiy Pleases— The play "Sunny Jane" given by « group of boys and girls of St. Cecelia's academy at _ the ' academy was well attended Sunday night The cast consisted of the following boys anfl girls: Vernon .Kohlhaas Edward Zender, Evan Finnell, Law fence Gish, Omar Kelly, Betty Barry, Alice. Payne, June Adel Aman, Evelyn Van Allen, .Margaret -Molloy and Emma Becker. Frances Wlnkel gave a reading between nets and St. Cecelia's orchestra Played selections before and between acts. Club Hears Mrs. Hutchison— The Plum Creek Social and Literary club met last week Wednesday at Laura Keen's, Laura Benschoter assisting hostess.. "Silent Night, Holy Night," was sung as the opening program number. Roll call was answered with current events. Mrs. Archie Hutchison gave a talk on The Adolescent Child. The next meeting will be at Dorothy Knudsen on next week Wednesday, and members are to take gifts for the Children's Home and lOc gifts for each other. Academy Pupils Entertained— Father T. j; Davern was host to Presentation- academy, Whittemore, high school pupils and Sfc Cecelia academy high school pupils Monday night at the academy in honor-of Father Genren, Whittemore, who leaves Whittemore today for Onawa. The entertainment consisted of basket ball games between the two towns by the girls and the boys. After the game there was community singing and dancing. Lunch consisting of Ice cream and cake was served. I. O. 0. F. Boosters at I<u Verne— The county Odd Fellows Booster organization held a monthly meeting at Lu Verne Monday night. E. O. Chipnmn, Burt, and Chester Thomas, Titonka, were speakers, and Mrs. Emma Chapman, Lu Verne, gave a reading. Th'ere were a few Impromptu talks. Honoring the memory of the late Leonard Sheldon Burt, everybody stood a few moments in silence. J. F. Fisher, TI- tonka, is secretary of the county or- ;anization. Bobby Dowel Observes Birthday— Robert C. Dewel entertained at 6 o'clock dinner and a theater party Tuesday evening honor of his llth birthday. Christinas decorations were used. The guests included Mary Louise Gilmore, Helen Chubb Barbara Haggard, Maribell Reimer Maxine Caldwell, Betty Laird, Ro bert LaBarre, Durwood Baker. Harry Greenberg, : Fred:Kent, am Jock Hemphlll. Baptists Hear George Godfrey— The Baptist Brotherhood met with Paul Black Monday night, and din ner. at 6:30 was • followed.. by .q, .pro gram consisting of a talk by Geo W. Godfrey on_ the schools from a religious standpoint and music by r:uth and Evelyn Black and Kath leen Evans. Assisting Mrs. Elack wlth dinner were Mesdames Les'it JenUns, P. R. pickard, and Clayton Sill. Christmas Party is Postpone*}— The Woman's club Christmas party scheduled for tomorrow-high has been postponed ' till 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon to avoid..confHe with -u school operetta, tfhe -party will b e lield in the. library. 'Mem bers are asked to take -wrapped gifts to be used' In welfare work There will be a program .and re freshments. • •-...'.... Idle Hour Club Meets— Mrs. A. H. Stock entertained the Idle Hour bridge club last week Wednesday. A two-course luncheon was served at one o'clock, and the rest pf the afternoon was spent a bridge. Guests of the club were Mrs. Hazel Dalziel, Mrs. W. E. Me Donald, and Mrs. C. F. Lathrop The club meets every two weeks. Dinner Honors Father Gearen— Mr. and Mrs. Edward Butler en rf —— ^••^ «,j e»» "«j^ *uv*<> U nf-y tn, *«» * • ({.Hi* *iti a. j^u >y «.i u JJLJ LJCI cjj Earner Friday. Mrs. Lease, who is tortalned at 6 o'clock dinner Sundaj night In honor of Father Gearen Father Davern, I. M. Finnell, and feature of the program was a re- Edward's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J port by Mrs. G. W. Eggleston of B. Butler, Whittemore. Father Gearen goes to Onawa today to be pastor of a Catholic church. A. 0. Club Is Entertained— The A. O. club was entertained last week Wednesday night by Al mu Schroeder at the William Dau home. The high bridge scores were won by Anna Buss and Airs. Lydla Meyers. Hazel Potter won the low READ THE WANT-ADS. Jeukiuson Houored. Dr. H. R. Jenklnson has been elected president of the Johnson county medical association for 1931. Doctor JenkUison, who practices a t Iowa City, U a son of Mr- and Mrs. W. F. Jenkinses of ATTENTION! Farmers and Poultrymen YOUR LAYING MASH MIXED FREE Bring us 150 Ibs. oats and 150 Ibs. corn ana we will sell you 100 Ibs. or 30 per cent protein mash maker which will make you 400 Ibs. of laying mash at a cost of $1.80 per cwt. Make the hen lay this winter. This mash maker contains one pint of cod liver oil to each 100 Ibs. THIS IS A HIGH GRADE PRODUCT TRY IT OUT E. R. RISING NORTHWESTERN ELBJY4TOR ' score. Hftirei ,i«d Elva Vtth bees! were subatlttite* -for club members Club Plafts ChriMmit* Party— The HatcVon club will have a Christmas party tomorrow evening at Mr. and Mrs. jM. o. Norton's Bach member to to take a covered dish, also a lOc gift.- The children of members are to attend. Kobert Kohlhaas 7j Party- Robert, 7-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kohlhaas, observed his birthday anniversary Monday by entertaining a few friends at,games In the afternoon, after which lunch was served. \ : Other Society News. The W. R. C. club will meet nex week Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. Hugh ( Herman. After a short program there will be refresh ments. The committee .l n Charge consists of Mrs. Conrad Merman Mrs. NannlR Setchell, Mrs.. . Marj Williams, Mrs. Edith Minor, Mrs Ella Hohn, and Agnes Bllsbbrough Airs, O. D, Brundage entertained her bridge club last Thursday night at three tables, 'Mrs. Glen McMur- my and Mrs. W. J. Mangan winning the high scores,, Mrs. Roy Moulds the low. Guestsiof the club- were Mesdames Mangatt, R. W. Horfgan, Anna March, and L. E. Hovey. The Mesdames' F. E. Kent, .Walter Lorenz, and;?'Joel Herbst enter' talned at 7 o'clock dinner last Thursday evening atifCatherlne Cooney'a. Bridge was pljiyea a t eight tables, and Mrs. F.jfeD. Mathes won the high score. High table prizes were also given. Eugene Murtagh grave an excellent talk on workman's compensation Insurance before the Rotary club at the noon meeting Monday. The Rev. C. V. Hulse Is a new member of the club. The membership now totals S!.t. Mrs. John Dutton entertained her Bridge club last week Wednesday Mns, A. W. Amunsen won th'ewhigh score, Mrs. E. J. Kelley the %w. Mrs. G. D. Brundage and Mrs. Ji-J. Holtzbauer were guests of the club. Mrs. Victor Lowe entertained thV fli-Low bridge club Friday night." Mrs. Ralph Elbert won the high score, Mrs. Anna March, the low. 5uests of the club were Mrs. W. D. Howie and Mrs. W. J. Mangan. Mesdames F. E. Kent, Joel Herbst, **•**« toBhwd at bHdge • feat' thlifaday night at th e tfeOttriftt doeftcy^ome. Mrs. FA O. Mttthes 'won tt*' high 1 score. Thefe were 32 guests, ' Mrs. ' .fames Flhley, Riverdole township, entertained ,12- guests at card* and lunch 8uhda$>: night, julin Thilges won «m prize, and Mrs. Peter Thilges won second. -: Mi*, and Mrs. j. 8. Auner entertained their bridge club 'at dinner Monday night, i Mrs. T. H. Chrls- chllles and H. M. H&uberg won the high scores. An Irvington township Farm Bureau meeting wilt take place tomorrow Light at- 8 o'clock at the Centpr high school. fhe_ Congregational Mlsslonar society will meet with .Mrs, Jess! Dalzlel next week Thursday nfte noon at 3 b'ciockj'- FORMETWESLEYAN IS BURIED HERE Peter H. Thissen, 69, forme Wesley resident, arid father of .Dr R. J. Thissen, died at the latter' home Saturday following a long II ness with tumor of the brain. H came to Algona three years •.- ag from Oklahoma to make his horn with his son. Funeral service's wer hold Tuesday morning at St: Cece lla's Catholic church with Fathe Davern In charge, and burial \va made In St. Cecelia's cemetery. Mr. Thissen came to the Unltec States with his parents from Hoi land when he was a year old. They settled first in Wisconsin. Late Mr. Thissen lived at Wesley for 2 years, moving a few years ago to Vlnlta, Okla., where a daughte lives. Mr. Thissen was married to Lizzette Lunlng 45 - years ago, a.m she, with eight children survives The children are Doctor Thissen Algona; Mrs. Mary WIngert, Wes ley; Ray, E. Dubuque, 111.; Helen and Mrs. Christine Trlnlde, Kan sas City; John W,, Barnutn; Mrs C. E. Williams, Vlnita, Okla.; and Mrs. Ethel Uptagraph, Kansas City Brothers and sisters surviving are Henry, Marengo; Mrs. Lena Hu her;. , Wesley; Mrs. Mary Raskopf and: Andrew, Marshalltown; Dr. J M., and Catherine Thissen, Boise and -Joseph, Kenneth Falls, Ore. W Richardson's Specials For Friday-Saturday-Monday Our last end table special proved to be so popular with our patrons that we have decided to place a large new shipment of them on sale again. For these three days at $1.75, while they last. We will also offer the .capr die table lamp for use in bedroom or on end table going this. tiinjB at only $1 each. This lamp is complete with shade and will make a beautiful gift. This store is now filled to overflowing with beautiful gift furniture and at prices that will mean a big saving to you. This year give furniture —the lasting gift. Buy it at—• ' ' • • •' • . • • Richardson's "Where Furniture Sells for Less' ^»^C^«BIJ^>Btt«iSi«ia< PRICE of FOOD Today The* pricci >ic provided by the Great Atlantic ft Pacific Tea Company ai. buy. ing guide to houiewiv««. Price* ihown in the first column are in effect at A ft P Food Storei December 12th and 13th, N. B. C. WET Crackers, 2 Caddy 2jC Price i jeu p|* 29c DEL MONTE PEACHES Yellow Cling . All favors. PRICES TODAY cans 39c 20 ASSOKTEP ....... Qcans 56c >UODS HOST IH 15iiJk Dates.... '" ih ' I Kij*^-~-^^~'X i! Hrazil Nul3."~""~J"*~~"""~__ \^' >^ i lie 3 HOUSEHOLD NEEDS §q nM—n ^U Mule Team Borax „ IGoz. pkg, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES races 43 c 21 c 37'Hc lie CHANCE IN f RICE — 4c -ic — 17c 3fic 15c — 4c •Where Service and Quality Meet" i ( Saturday Afternoon, Dec. 13i 2:00 to 5:00 o'clock $5.95 or 2 for $11.00 .These three hours sales have been a tren 1P n. success in former years. You mav SGP tifo , ° at l o'clock Saturday, but non^i, TbV A 8 ' 2 o'clock, and none -will- be sold after 5 o You, mar buy, as many A word about the Garment] Remember, these are all this season's styl "eft overs," no "hang-overs,'' no last y£ els, but clean, new, fresh stock garments are popular knit and jersey two-and- suits/ jersey .-and knit dresses, satins, combinations, embracing the new misses' and ladies' models, and an ing black, navy,. brown, red, and gre ei are complete from size 14 to 46. Please brhig along your best disposition becal there s going to be a crowd—a "rush?' WhenevJ this store puts on a sale folks know befo that the values are genuine and bona fide are positively $10,00, $11.76, and $15 00 put on. Algon a. S a,e JS 2 A PERFECT CHRISTMAS GIFT The \VJiole Family Will Enjoy One THE UNIVERSAL CAR Make It a Merry Christmas More comfort for Le»» Money We have a line of Auto Accessories There i. nothing more acceptable a. a Chrutmas Gift. KENT MOTOR CO. v Algona, Iowa For the Whole Family WHAT! A PHILCO Balanced Unit >- i Price* complete, $68 and up a SKELGAS STOVE For Mother to cook with i c complete. M low M 129.50.. FARMERS R.O -

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