Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1930 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 11, 1930
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-I' ' J?ttll market pi-Ice paid for Fur. JOE GREENBERG EARLY LAWYER AT LU VERNE STILL LIVING .gOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA wiio has l:i:--|,.,| 'd TITONKA TAKES ONE FIRST IN TRI-TOWHECLAM TILT .• Tltonkn 1,00. n - The district junior doclnmntory contest for the seconds or me different classes was "eld at Wesley last week Tuesday evening. HoprpHontntives from Tl- tonkri, \Vrsloy, arid Hurt took part. Alice OiirtiHT received first place In tho wainrirai class with "What Think v,, ,,f Christ-" The others iron, hn-f who spoke wore Effle Gregory, Kvcly,, Hhult/., and Lcla Icl-i-son. Those attending from here wi'i-'. (ho A. M. Petersons, the I'cv. I,. A. (inrtner, Tlutli and OrcRory, nnd HOT AIR AJil) HOT AVATEIi HOT WATER HEATERS FOR ALL CARS J3eat covers 'for 1929 and 1930 Chevrolet cars—was $13.00—while they last, $7; put on. - ALCOHOJQ ASI) PKESTOXE SOLUTION Used Cars 1929 6-cyl. Cliev. coupe 1926 Chevrolet sedan 1929 Mod. A Tudor Ford '26 Buick coach 192S Dodge sedan 2 Ford 1-ton trucks, 1929 G-cyl. Chev. coach Model A Ford colipe ''Kohlhaas Bros. PHONE 200 l "' l " V ". n "'' '"'<-• '•> ~ In, Verne wnl he lnUTo.su.,, i,, kno wlng If-'i.vmoiicl, formerly Lu pniciIcing, law "n-H at Xi-wcnsllL', Wyo., ii'd pr<imlii»nr<' ,.|t n le ] ral . '•liiot .-i.i-.nsoi fo,- a man with miii-dor. The trial wok .-ind ntlractoii wide I'liini. .tmlg,. Uaymond made '••"••'iiif? nlcu. mid the man was "'l«'d. JCrn.'sl. served for a. time tho dlstrici. briu-i, | n Wyoming. Aluona. l.'ppor Den Molnos-Ro- limii wns In f.|-roi- last week, •11 It Kin.I'd unit. Vio Hurved as ''"I Judge. Tho Algcma paper • llls " '.-i-i-i'd i n nio statement that! I'.nnvt's fathor is d P1 ,d. At-last 1 H'loi-iN K'tiih-c l!:iyinond, as he wns Itimwn hove, VMS living with his :'"H Ki-ncsl. lie Is nuw in tho tin's .'".I is si, fPd.ln that ho cnniiot loav e INK bud. It wns liis wil'i- who diwl after tho t-oiipl!! loft Algona and moved t ( , T,;iCrii.wp, \ViK. Anothoi- •^>n. Kd, llvos at. Lo Sneur, Minn. !i'i|niro Ijiiymnnd was county ntl.nr- I'oy in K'.snli, some :»» y ,.;u-s aK ,,, nn,I bol<n-(. that In- practicod law ilt I'll Verne. Hi; was a typion! lawyer of the old school developed in Lincoln's dny. and w ns widely re- s|>er-ti>d for his inti'griiy. Mr.' and -Mrs. It'.iymt.ncl, whoso home life- was iilonl. had only two childi-cn, nnd , l'«l, liic eldest, is no w about 70 years' "iitciiinson were " ll1 - ' | l ' lllR!i wonts, nnd Kenneth ICricksun 'Howard Hewitt, Mum-ico Seylor second- ScouiH i-pt.-1'lvr.-i first and kings in the Hoy i llnmlty evening. The were eunl'erred by the lo- City Vinys '•lass ran last . wed i-nnliliiKs 1'iii seoiit (.'Diniiiis.Hioner.s. Hx.'irnlna- ii»ns wore- first, conducted by A. J. f.hi'istiiinson, Kdltor Hay Sporbccl; ol tin. lie-raid, Henry Myrp, R. A. Haijlund, and KootitmiiHtcr Kieinans. KVnnotii Soylor, D. \v. ]i"ultH Jr., Hoy lira vender, Sidney HutchinKon! Thomas Haniran, nnd Charles Viromoled to first- H. {;. Trains Twice Winners— T,n \-orno's basket ball loams scored a. double victory here last wools Tuesday ovr-nlni,', the boys del'iatin,.;- tiie Convith boys 21:-20 ; «<'<>"t badge, nnd the girls winning from Wesley girls (10-<;. The Lir \'ei-»o girls .-icorc-d nt will through the easily pit-iced defense of the U'osley cng- ors. The buys' triune was bard fought with olio team nnablo -to luil'l tlif load very Jong. ],u Verne scorcil bel'uro Keith Dye, and Merlin J-.ar.son were made second-class scouts. JCach hoy was asUc-d to report his daily gooil turn, give the meaning- of the ind tell the four \\-ay.s to cook mi ogg—boiled, fried, poached, scrambled. After the meeting (bo boys bad a. basket ball ,/eff llanifan directing. game, cthodiKl Cirnup for The Methodist women of - the tlie winning basket shortly I men's group which includes Esther-j .served, the end of the game. Mar-i vil!( '- Graettinger, Dolliver, Ann-1 4-GORNERS M, & D, CLUB MEETS AT MRS, ROSE SABIN'S Four Corners, Dec. n — The Four- Corner. Mothers and Daughters club met last Thursday at Mrs. tloso Sahln's. Roll call was answer, eel with current events. A paper on, "Should „. Chli.i Have nn Allow- ancG?" wns read by Mrs. J. I'.'XlcU- erson. Two voral selections were given by Mrs. H C( Hich, accompanied by lOvelyn Ci'uikshank at the pia.no, and another vocal number wns give,, by | JP() ,, ml ],;, 11Ul Ha ,,i ni ax-corni,anird a , the piano by Mrs. Siibln. Tnc ni'Xt meeting will be on Dceumbi-r !s .,, Mrs. Loyd 1'oltrr's, and roil call will be answered witn the Kinging ,,f i.'hriKtmns carols by club in<mbers. A Christmas grab fja.skc; will l/ ( < the main feature of t-'i« program. The special feature <•>( last Thursday's meeting was a shim-i-r j n honor of jfrs. Arlc Dltt- iiici-, foi-mcrly Maxine.Mitchell, who was presented with a silverware s't. 'Twenty-three members of tin- club worn in attendance; also I.«o j visitors, Mrs. Herman Undcman, Dal-.,,;;, City, and X'rn. Selp, Algonn,. I.un.-ii was sc.'i-ved by the hostess. Mrs. Ciirl Sei|> Il.onio Ajjaln— •Mrs. Carl Seip gpi home Friday fveiilng from l.--.ontiJic, III., where I she had'been for some time, while! her mother, Mrs. Bristow, who has ' lj c'''n In a hospital there, 'recovered, j Mrs. Seip came back with her! brother, Clyde liristow, and his fo.m-1 My, who live near Burt. Evelyn! Xickerson, who went to Illinois with! the Bristows, did not return with 1 them, but remained to visit relative.*. . | Surprise Honors Edna. WalUer—" j Relatives and • friends gathered at! Albert Walker's last week Monday j evening for a surprise party in hon-, or of Kdna. Walker's birthday, i Games nnd contests were furnished entertainment. Fruit, salad, cake, sandwiches, and popcorn balls were year the practical pift holds first place; nisei thai, is why IJucker's Vacuum- cooked Ham fits so perfectly into UK-scheme of things. A pift your friends, employees, patrons, will welcome. Something different — something the whole family may enjoy. Decker Vacuum-cooked Hani is far- reaching and comes all ready to serve. TclcaS to have on hand for expected or unexpected holiday guests. Iowa's finest young porkers arc chosen for 1 .his delicacy; and it is smoked over (jcn.<ine hickory. The taste is SO good! Enclosed in its gay, holly-decorated wrapper, Decker's Vacuum-cooked Ham is truly festive-looking. Two sizes — whole and half. Your local dealer will be glad to quote you on quantity lots and to relieve you of the individual packing and sending. For the very best service, give your order R-YRf.Y! Jacob E. Decker & Sons, Mason City, Iowa. f-Ifiir 7)*!c/i-rr'« Mitxirni it^qitvHt. program irit/i its jolly cnt.t<rlainert>, 'j'wl nntl /. ...Tfr/, CL-cry Saltinlity tttt/rnirtg, 7:30 fo 8:00 over 1PMT, Waterloo: untt Jerry nnd Ircne.j ci-cry Saturday murrtiritf, 9:15 to 9:45 ot-cr WCCO, Minneapolis An nll-masli ration to he fed ns it conies from Iho Golden bag. No scratch grain or CUE dash needed. tin of /Safflo (jroi-u \v!is referee. The) sil 'oi'f.:, and Swe,-i City, were enter- do, dfield (luintet played hern Thurs-j t:ilne<l at one o'clock luncheon at day evening and the grade, boys i Armstrong last .week Tuesday after- i le.ims of ))iith .schools. The .score | noon. j-j'ter lunch the Hev. Jli-. 'was — Go'dt'icld 2-1, Lu Verne 10.! Wlnleirteln, pastor of the I3stiu-r- and the resu'l ,,( (he yrade loam was i vii| e Methodist church, .organined S-ll in favor of odhlfielrl. Lu Venio | '•''? women into a. sroup sisterhood, was handlcappod by losing Ilislau | - M ''••'• <- : '- -I- Stpphenson, of Fenton, on personal fouls in the first half of the game. l.n Verne made 4 free throws out of 1C, attempts and Goldfield 4 free throws out of (i attempts. S. Kvister, II. G., was the star player for Goldfield with fi field iro.'ils and four free, throws and bowls \Volf was the star for Lu Verne milking 3 field g'oals and 3 I'reo throws. Coopor of Port Dodge L; was'c.ected president, anH Mrs. J. L. Vniix, Sweii City, vice president. Marie Sorum, Emmet county schools .•superintendent, save an address on leadership. The next met-Unp; will lie held at Fenton in .Tune, 1831. was referee and .John Phillips was referee for the boys' same. ALUMASH EGG PELLETS Christniiis 'Program Planned— A Christmas program will S'lven at the Lutheran church the school children under the supervision of teacher K. Zeiiz on C'hrist- mas eve. The Rev. P. Braner is' glvlnK special advent sermons dur- 'ing December und Sunday evening he spoke on the Judgment |Day and Christ's second coming. The service was well attended. Murl I'oKer's Tiiunil) nn>hen->- Mur] Potter suffered a broken thumb one day last week When a horse ran into him. Xt'w Night' School Opened— Last week Monday night the night school had its opening,' and l!7 persons attended, SO women and .37 men. T. E. Swcany had charge of the men's classes and Helen Preston directed the \\-omen. The men he discussed the price outlook for hogs by | Cor 1931 and the chance of making nj profit with hog-raising next year. The women discussed and experimented with energy giving foods. At the next meeting the men' will discuss. How shall wo select, care for, and feed our brood sows next winter?, and the women will discuss the Essentials of ' a balanced diet. Other Four Corners. Ire.ne and Loretta Walker and Mrs. Edith nich returned In.st Thursday from a, visit since, the preceding Sunday at St. .Cloud, Minn., with a sister of Mrs. Rich.| Irene and Lorctt;-. are. granddaush-i ters of afrii. Rich. | Several women from this oommun-' ity attended a. county federated! club meeting at Algona last week i Tuesday. ' | Robert and Harold Walker spent I last week Wednesday at Cedar Rapids. They traveled in the, lat-! ter's car. •Mrs. Edith Rich went home with Mrrs. Herman Lindeman, of Dakota City, last -Thursday for a few days' visit. VACUUM-COOKED HICKORY-SMOKED ALG03VA— Anderson Urns. «. A. Clark Hoe & Sjog'ren IjOiiff Bros. BANCROFT— A. A. Droessler BTOBT— Bettlu Grocery FUXTOIv— Joliu Dempsey GALUR'AITH— Bert SiUikey niYIXGTOX— Pranltl Bros. Sanlcoy & llllcy AVni. "\Vcnzcl LAKOTA—. AV. >r. Seliroedcr C. II. Smith lOSE- KOCK— G. A. Sliai-p LU TEBNE—• •fames >io)insoii TITONKA— Bonnclcer" Bros. •\VHITTEJIOBE— 11. W. Gcelan E. Jj. riiilllps The (fecdtimzed I A lot more eggs every day— [smaller feed bills every week—more |e"R money to spend—with this new I"RATIONIZED" feed. Every pellet iis a balanced ration—hens natu- irally. prefer o granular feed—no [feed is wasted—no scratch grain to I fc'cd-TrOnly one feeding a day —saves tat least 50% of feeding time and [trouble. Eliminates nil friicsswork Jin feeding. Records prove that I pellet produced eggs arc cheapest. A balanced ration in ^ every pellet. Takes the guesswork out of feeding. No-waste—cleaner and more sanitary. Saves 50% of your time and trouble. A granular feed is natural. Pellet produced eggs arc cheapest, , Kaw Station Kansas City, Ban*. P.., SACKED M THE GOLDEN BAG ALGONA PRODUCE East State Street UDVER IPA\JIA\W/ § \Yutcr Pump Givis Trouble— The ..water supply pump has been! Kivin;,' serious trouble the past t'e\v | days. The water was. low Saturday night and all day Sunday and Monday forenoon. The schools were dismissed Monday afternoon and the pupils enjoyed a, half, holiday. The council is considering purchasing, a. hew pump to b e Installed in the near future. Two Dallies Are Daptiseil— Two children received the rite of baptism at the Etl Ramus home Sunday afternoon when the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Hamlan received the name Howard Lewis and the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs 3d Wagner received the name La ,-onne Edna. The Kev. P. Braner ifflciated. Lodges in Rooster Meet— The, Lu Verne Rebekahs and Odi Fellow lodges entertained the othei odges of the county at a Boostei nesting at the Community <haV Monday evening. There was a large ttendance, the evening vrna ideal and the program was instructive ind entertaining. Lunch was ser iradra to C.ivu Pageant— The "Toy Pageant" will be pre ,entetl by the 1, 2, 3, 4 grade ehil iren on'Friday evening of this veek. Eva Roy and Elsie Wood vlth the assistance of Geraldine Boman, music director, are sponcor ng the program. It is free to the public and everyone is invited Aid Serves Public Supper— The Presbyterian Aid -held theii annual chicken-Pie supper and ba zaar at the Community ha.ll las They had a large display of fanes vork a fish ponfl, a white elephan 300th, and a food booth and $178.20 was the amount of sales with a very wall expense deducted. Mrs. Ed Meyer Iinproved— Mrs. Ed Meyer, living west own who has been seriously he past five years with hear trouble, is now able to be UP of the time, She will be remember ed as Lizzie Schneider by Lu Verne people. j • . Glover, pioneer of the modern style in Pajamas, ul » I**! modern waist. A wholly new expen- isofflfort for men accustomed to tne ow- , binding drawslriug-or to the now-out- ttic waist thai cannot be adjusted to fat you. 'Tbw workable Glover improvement is A^A elastic e, Fits as accurately, smooth!* easily *! *» yo ; ,, in the nawy interestmg fa,ist»$s.oo MADSON & HANSON „ Want Adi lick Rend* forme: Other Ira Verne Newa Hlldecarae Lothringer, For podL is a guest of her sister, Mrs lharies -Wolt this week. Mr. iu)d Mrs. Arthur Look re turned 'ifcunda.y *rw» several day at the parental Hesse home at Col Camp, MP. , The- teachers of Lu Verne attend ed an inspirational meeting at last Friday* All schools the county Vere closed for the dftj and the teachers were allowed iu pay while'attending »«»Utute. German Communion will be hei in ^Lutheran church on Sunday ^cember 80 and EngUsh Commun ion will be held °»,. the ,, 8eo Christmas day, Pecember 20. Uoppe »nd Mo»a visit tlie day. Edna to fedp \Vonifn Earn §300— The Methodist women held their nntial Christmas bazaar Satur- ay. The I^aflies' Aid was divided in- three divisions at the beginning the church year. These clivi- ions decided to work separately and ee which . could earn the . most loney. Reports were'given at the azaar. The first group, under Mrs. "•red Seylor, earned $84; the second under Airs. T. F. Johnson, .earned 72; and the third, under Mrs. Willam Thompson, earned $57. Dinner nd a, cafeteria supper were served. A Christmas tree held ten gifts. Altogether the women realized $300. !5. 11. Teams Win Two Games— A double header basket ball, game ,va» played on the Swea City floor Friday evening. The Swea City high school team played Buffalo Center, winning. 20-0, and Swea City's town team played West Bend, also winning. Playing in the town team were Ray Larson, Arthur Deim, Kenneth Thompson, Donald Peterson, Coach Deemer, and Gve- gcji- Deim. The h}gh school players were Jensen, Bud' Hanifan, McGregor, Helmke, Swanson, and D. Han Can. Portable Grinder serves Fanners—^ A portable feed grinder owned by a-Des'Moines concern is in operation around Swea City. Frank Ken. nedy, who formerly lived here, is operator, The mill is mounted on a truck and goes from farm to 'arm. Grinding is done on the farm thus saving the farmer the work and loss of time in taking grain to town to be ground and then taking it back. e w Slail Service Begins— The new mall truck made- its first trip to Lakota Monday morn- Ing, one hour late. The Estherville. postmaster accompanied the carrier, Mr. Bauman. The work is new to Mr. Bauman, and it-will take some time 'for him to become acquainted with it. E. L. Joint Meeting Held— The Epworth Leaguers were guests of the Grant Center League Sunday evening. The' Rev. B. L. Weaver went with the local Leaguers and held a meeting after the League noting. Begin New G»» Station— ' s Ground has been broken tw the new City service filling station west of the Swea, City poultry company's plant. The work Is being done by the company's, men. Otlier Swea City. The Rev, Mr- Fisher, of Kansas City, addressed the Baptist cpngre- gatlon Sunifey evening. He spoke in'the Invests of a Baptist s9bopl at Kansas City. Mrs. P. Jfelken represented the Th'urgd_ay club #t Algona, at a. county ineeting-liMit week and Mrs. j. j. Anderson, represented the C. T. U- f it's a really WORTHWHILE gift you'll find it here! You r satisfaction is doubly assured when you select you* gifts here. , •<' Fi r st. you may choose from an exceptional variety of worthwhile gifts—gifts that last! In addition we otfe' you expert assistance in choosing the right gift fo r the person in mind—not always an easy thing, as-you know! Long expeiience qualifies us as true gift specialists. ' . In evefything we sell—from vanity cases to G-uen Guild Wqtches—^you can be confident of the utmost value. Let us assist you, as we have hundreds of others. Th» Lennox—a Gruen Cartouche design, wllh open bracelet lo harmonize, 15 jewel movement, (4a. link y^^f l^^n ™ ^^^ f|^^ ™ The, fiunclay tag a"t ing- ?»l hfW a resuter meet' OW»d >haU Friday even- Esther- visitors at &» Dp J^tpio Cprrt—(or M«n ong " .- tor . i and up.

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