Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 18, 1930 · Page 2
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> V 1 ,'" ^ ' i >*'*-i 1 ''!* 1 * « I CANTA'S a jovial old fellow who brings to every home a pack full of delightful things—this year we're sending our good wishes with him for a Merry, Merry, Christmas to you all. Modern Dry Cleaners THE VALETOR PRESSING SERVICE Leach of Chrisimas' CHRISTMAS 'pHB GLADDEST day of all the year. And so to welcome it appropriately and convey our good wishes to you—we say MAY CHRISTMAS 192)0 BRING YOU 3-FOLD PLEASURE Swift & Company MATT LAMUTH, Manager I f MERRY CHRISTMAS TO EVERYBODY I: .1 ; Iowa State Bank Algona, Iowa WES LOS EY TEAMS 2 GAMES SAME EVENING Wesley, Dec. 16 — In our-game with Crystal titvke here last week Tuesday evening, the boys lost, 7-14. Wesley's. and Corwlth's town teams played the same 'evening, and Wesley was defeated, 115-12. Johnette Looft has returned to school, after nearly a week's absence caused »y Illness. The sixth, seventh, aha eighth grades are making booklets of Christmas poems. Donald Syverson entered the second grade Mon> day, lone Syverson the fifth) ana Roy Syverson the seventh. Christmas Vilcul loners Coining'— Anna Flom will come home from Minneapolis for ,a two-weeks' Christmas vacation, arriving this week Thursday. Helen Funnemark also comes the same clay from St. Olaf's college, Northfleld, Minn. Professor Marlon Paulson will arrive next week Monday to spend a two-weeks' 1;) vacatlon with his wife, her mother, Mrs. Skow, and other relatives. Mr. Paulson teaches In the Minneapolis Bible institute, and Anna Plom attends school there. Mrs. Paulson came about two weeks ago, to care 'or her mother, who has been 111. VIrs. Skow Is now much Improved. Mrs. Qrinsby Heads 11. N. A The Royal Neighbors held election of officers last week Wednesday night: Mrs. Ormsby, Oracle; Mrs. Henderson, Vice Oracle; Mrs. Bertha Looft, Chancellor; Mrs. Sturdl vant, Past Oracle; Mrs. Olive Erd man, Recorder; Mrs. Louise Murphy, Receiver; Mrs. Evelyn Braley, Mar shal; the Mesdames Ernest Hutch nson and Anne Kunz, New Man agers; Mrs. ,Eunice Nelson, Inner Sentinel; Mrs. Welter, Outer Sentinel; Mrs. Burdell Looft, Musician No Church Sunday Evening— Mrs. Dawson will • entertain the Methodist Aid this week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Sturdlvant will b& assistant hostess. No church ser vices were held at the Methodist church Sunday evening, as the Rev and Mrs. Moore were attending the dedication of the new church at Buffalo Center, where Mr. Moore was formerly pastor. They were accompanied by Mrs. Axel Johnson Methodists Plan Christmas Tree— Sunday school was held at the Congregational church Sunday morning, and Christmas songs were practiced. The Methodist Sunclaj school is rehearsing its Christina, program. There will, as usual, be a program, tree, and treats at the Methodist church on Christmas eve The Congregational program will be Christmas night. wnd hnfc bought thfe building, took oM fefttilprneht. Sr. Mary JUinglna, sister 6t Paulina Hanlgj and sr. Mary nlgtt, Sister of Michael Win eft for t>ubUqu& last Thursday, oilowlngr a six-day visit. The adult Class o£ the Methodist lunday school met last week TUBS'- ay evening: with Mrs. H. L. Iteu. This was a social meeting and tht lostess served, lUhch. Ray Black came home from Mercj, lospltal, Mason City, where he had ieen since lost week'.Monday. He ook treatment tor glandular trouble n his neck. ; The Julius Kurizes'"were «ntertnln- d at the Frank Williams home, Alpona, Thursday evening. Other guests were L. B. Llnnan arid Miss line Corey. Frank Klaas, who \yorks on the Youngwirth farm, left ' lost week Wednesday for Marshalltown for an extended visit with relatives' and riends. Lou Rlcke, who farms with his brother Lawrence near Williams, visited from Friday .to Sunday with his parents, the Henry Rickes.' Carl Johnson is still sick, suffer- Stop - Look - Listen! Free! Free! A Beautiful 40-piece Dinner Set with each Guaranteed Circulating Heater A Parlor Furnace Price $ 79.50 - $ 89.50 Farmers' General Store HOBARTON SCHOOL PAPER IS PUBLISHED AT LONE ROCK Schools to Have Vacation— School vacation begins next week and closes January 4. Friday eve ning our teams played Renwlcfc here, and the girls lost, 32-l'5, In the second half the girls played the best ball they have this year, am got a score of 13-6. The boys won 5-fUl. The game was featured by some close guarding on the part of Wesley. Bridge Club Given Name— Mrs. Murphy entertained foui tables o£ bridge Sunday evening "High" was held by Henry Haverly and Mrs. Fred Looft. Mrs. Murphy entertained the bridge club las week Thursday afternoon. It has been named the "Deal 'Em" club Mrs. Braley held "high" at this meeting. Legion 'Aux' Ties Comforters— The A. L. Auxiliary met at th rooms last Thursday evening- and tied two comforters. Another wil be tied at Mrs. Axel Johnson' some afternoon this week, making five In all which members havi completed and sent out for needy families of ex-service men. Albert Monson to Clinic- Accompanied by Mrs. Monson 1 , Al bert Monson left Friday morning fo Iowa City for examination at th hospital. For many weeks he ha suffered occasionally with hemori hages, supposed to be from th stomach. Teacher's Mother is Sick— Miss Lewis, one of the publl fechool teachers, has been callec home to see her mother sick wit: pernicious anemia in a Hampto: hospital. Wesley Has New Blacksmith— Carl Syverson, Wesley's nev blacksmith, and his wife have family of six children, of whom fou are of school age, one bsing In higf ischool. Pupils See "Dig Trail"— Mabel Kent, who teaches th Nick Miller school, took her pupil to Algona Friday after school to se the picture, the "Big Trail," at th Call. Hoy .Slieiinnii I Ins Operation— Roy Sherman underwent an oper ation for hernia at the Kossuth Hospital, Algona, last week Wed nesday. I. W. Leases 50 Years Wed— Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Lease quletl. observed their 5G wedding annlvei sary at their home Sunday. Other Wesley News. Wayne Halbmaier, Sublette, 111 cousin of Ed and Anna Hildman came last Thursday to visit abou two weeks with relatives. Mr. Halb maier is a nephew of Mrs. Katherln Hildman. He was accompanied b; a friend, Kenneth Glaser. Mrs. Julius Seller, who lias been caring for her mother, Mrs. Charle Downs, went home Friday, and an other daughter, Mrs. Tony Hildman Whittemore, came to stay with he mother. Mrs. Downs has been lot up with rheumatism, Herbert Studer visited Monda with hts grandparents, the Natha,n Studera. He was on his way from Excelsior, Minn., to Tulsa, Okla where he will work the rest of th winter at grading, or for some o: company. Mrs. Berth'a Skow, Emmeteburg visited here Sunday with Mrs. Fete Skow and Mrs. Paulson. She start the middle of the week fp r Mt Horeb,, wis.. to visit her lather George Bowers, .who is geriousl «ick. The Albert Monson h,o«se has • new tenant, the blaotaanitb. wfte Is now in charge of the Clarence Rob Carl Syverson, ' ing from my te. jhe Johnsons' three' ehlidrttf 'fatfb. recently been 8l6k with flfy.'V ',' Mrs. Will <ita*mkn',< «nd Junior visited from Inat week tVedhesday to Sunday with hot, father,. W, D. Kearns, at -Burl. Augltst Klrtfchbaum •, left Sunday morning for Des Molnos, -, to go through the clinio at the Veterans' BUreaU hospital. Eva MoCall and, her nephew Clare were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Nettle Turgfeaon and Mrs. Oam4s Hodges, The Clarence Wards came home from Rochester Friday, but returned Hunday, Clarenc'e will take "farther treatment, Mrs. James Gibson, Bancroft, and her son Denny spent pant of last woek with her sister, Mrs. Roy Sherman. • William Henderson was confined to his home with illness a few days Inst week. ',.''• The Fred Dlekmans and Florence Hanson were at Mason City Saturday. '•':'•. ' '•• ';•!',.'' The A. L. Auxiliary plans a card party for Tuesday, December 30. Lone Rock, Dec. 16 — The first edition of the school newspaper, the 'News Bulletin," was Issued last week. It Is a snappy 4-page edl- :lon of news of the school edited by Margaret Roderick, who is assisted by teachers and pupils. The pupils of grades are assigned to get news for various Issues of the paper. One item of interest to the community was the honor roll of pupils having an average of 90 with no grade below S'o. The list follows: First grade — Maxine Flaig, Dorothy Hobsen and Raymond Janvrin; second — Doris Mae Blanchard, Dorothy Jensen, Irvi n Olson, June Rahn, Lorene Vanderburgh; third— Mary Anne Flaig, Wallace Hobson, James Rath, Viola Sprank, Jaunita Wegener; fourth — Clara Bier- He, Bernard Genrlch, Betty Marlow, John Sprank. Fifth grade — Marian Jensen, Arlene Olson, Chester Simpson, Luella Schmidt, Jesse Blanchard; sixth — Shirley Marlow, Grace Newbrough, Bernard Reilly; seventh — Gale Leek, Gerald Leek, Myrtle Orvlck; eighth — Dorothy Dacken, CJeo Hobson, Margaret Gladstone, Coila Hollister. Ninth grade — Ruby Cherland, Myrtle Olson; tenth — Milo Tarbell; eleventh — Ella Ewpklt, Dorothy Macumber, Gladys Nelson; twelfth— Lillian Angus, Evelyn Blanchard, X r ila Burtls, Beulah Gladstone, Fern Hartwell, Harriet Hieter, William Hobson, Ruth Householder, Vern Morris, Neva Rath, and Margaret Roderick. B. B. Boys Beat St. John's— The Lone Rock basketball boys' team won, 29-12, from the St. John's team of Bancroft here last week Tuesday evening by using a fast- breaking offense that brought the ball under the basket for many •short shots. Jeff Hanifan, Swea City, refereed. Friday night the locals won again, defeating Fenton at Fenton. The girls outplayed Fenton to lead throughout the game and showed marked Improvement in passing and team play, and won 24-18. in a '• tightly played game the boys won from Fenton 17-13. The Lone Rock team stopped a Fenton rally in the second half with the score 13-12. In the final minutes Lone Rock connected with the basket twice. Supt. Rossman, Seneca, refereed. This week Frl day evening the locals play Ledyard at Ledy,ard. Legion Auxiliary Makes Donation— The Legion Auxiliary held Its regular monthly meeting at the Legion rooms last Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs. Wn\. Duddlng and Mrs Estel Ackerman hostesses. A motion carried to give $2.80 to Christmas cheer fund, $1 for disabled soldiers, and $1 to the educational fund. Reports of the county meeting- at Tltonka were given by the delegates, Mrs. N. L. Cotton and Mrs. John Sprank. The secretary reported a monthly donation of $1 to the Knoxville hospital, and $1 to the adopted soldier, J. Phillips, had seen sent, II. S. Has a Now Orchestra— An added feature to activities o! the high school is an orchestra Twenty-six pupils have entered, and the instruments to be used ara piano, violin, banjo, drums, saxophone, cornet, trombone, flute, alto horn, and guitar. Some of the pupils already have instruments others are buying new ones, and some are renting for the rest of the school year. .The music teacher, Pauline Lewis,' will have charge of the orchestra. Juniors Buy Faculty Gift: Lui-a Sewick and four members of the junior class, Dorothy Macumber Ella Ewoldt, Gladys Stebritz, and John Newbrough, drove to Algona last week Thursday afternoon to purchase gifts for the faculty. Mrs, Chas. Morris and daughter Vera Naomi Wegener, Ruth Householder Gordon Blanchard, and Lawrence Newbrough, seniors, also went for the eame purpose. Mother of Babe Seriously III— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Helgens, Dexter, Minn., are parents of a girl Lila Irene. Mrs. Helgens is In hospital at Rochester, and has "been seriously 111. The Helgens have been married several years, and this is their first child. Some years ago they lived on the place now occupied by the Frank Dackene. Wage Cuts in Chicago- Mr, and Mrs. Ben Seegebarth anc daughter Phyllis came from Chicago last week Wednesday to visit tlie Geo. Pettlt and John Seegebarth families. Wages are being cut repeatedly Jn the city, and It you qtii; there are 40 glad of the opportunity to work at any price. { Lillian \Vorthingto,, is Bride- Lillian, daughter of Mrs. Lillian Worthlngton, Hampshire, 111., — recently married to Frank Dettloff The couple to living on a chicken ranch where Mr. Dettloff Is" employed. Road W0rW"Attw«4 Tbe Ingr. perdang drove to Mason .City last veek Tuesday to attend a trtictor ichool. Quinzy Afflicts Olcn Loepcr— William Leeper drove to Fort odge last week TueSday and brought the Glen Leepera back. len has been ill .with quinsy for some time. New Hoghouse for Farm— The Blanchard Lumber company sold a new hog house to the Ole Johannesons, to t>e erected on the place occupied by the John. Klrsch's. Vacation to Begin Tomorrow — School closes this week Friday lor ^a week vacation commencing again Monday, Dec. "29. There will be no school New Years day. Elvlilge Trees Are Trimmed— Henry Schraeder and Henry Wiener have been trimming trees at the Toe Elvldge residence. The wood is sawed for firewood, Other Lone Bock. Miss Ella Wolfe went to Des Moines last week Monday, returning Thursday, and Calvin Householder took her to Whlttemore Sunday to stay with friends this winter. Arthur Davis, Delbert Sharp, and Russell Sharp drove to Omaha last Thursday taking the Ollie Tylei truck back. They returned home Saturday. Mrs. Jay Godden and daughtei Esther were Fairmont visitors Saturday. Boulah Gladstone worked at the telephone office in Esther's place. R. E. Locke, Remer, Minn., visited friends here Friday. Mr. Locke ived here 15 years ago, and is a brother of Arthur Locke, near Bancroft. Mrs. N. L. Cotton and Mrs. John Sprank attended a county auxiliary meeting at Titonka last week Tuesday. William Flaig started working for the City Service Gas company at Algona last week driving a truck. The Arthur Blerstedts spent Sunday with the Albert Bleretedt's near Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rice drove to Hampton Saturday to visit relatives F. E. Macumber is remodeling the refrigerator in the cafe. SPENCER PAPERS INSTALL EXPENSIVEOUPLEX PRESSES Spencer, Dec. 9—The Reporter is installing a Duplex press. The News-Herald is also to install one These are expensive presses, cost ing (rebuilt) around $0000 or $7000 They print three times as fast as flat-bed presses, print eight pages at a time instead of four, and de liver the paper folded, Few weekly papers have this kind of press.' The Reporter, which has been a 7-column paper, will be enlarged to eigh columns. • Children Enter Hospital. Fenton, Dec. 16 — W. W. Boett chor took Mrs. George Boettcher and her children, Laura and Don to Calmar Sunday, and they were all over-night guests of relatives there. Thence they 'went to Iowa City Monday, and the children are taking treatments at the university hospital, Laura for sinus troubl and Don for diabetes. 17 Take Lesson. Lincoln Twp., Dec. 10 — Lincoln and Ledyard women's local lead ers spent an interesting afternoon last week Tuesday at Emma Gut knecht's. Seventeen women were in attendance, and Mrs. Lottie Wes sel, H. D. A., gave a lesson on landscaping, flowers, shrubs, trees and attractive lawns. SWCIAl ATTENTION BONLINC CLUBS THE HUB ose J, To pay doctor billi. 2. To ipeflnance your car and reduce payments. I, To buy livestock pr cMqk- WP, 4. TP Qif PUT OF DEBT ing scattered one unif ornj payment can. be month. SCHEDULE 5«— E«p«x f S.55 » Month I 7.05 ( M Qn ti, - 114.10 « Month 3P»—!»»P»/ (21.10 * Month tawitw. sut» and Jive- be rod u security. \y» to t»lk with y ou („,'„" y, of course) about er- « tew to meet your needj, CUNNINGHAM & UCY *W4¥jp gg ( '-,^"WS§ s •, / _. ,S j -,<*•£% n .%'y fi! -«i.. 2n i ' ' &\|f'J You- to come in and see the wonderful gifts we have for Christmas. Come in, look around, ask questions. You will receive courteous treatment and we will be glad to see you. ;«fe, ^ 8»&r*l ps W »>->$. 'ff. . I Vi* Jewelry Everything found in a first class Jewelry Store Model No. 201.. Price £35.00 are our specialty—Ladies or Gents-reg-| -ular or wrist watches, and our prices will surprise you. Ladies and Gents Wrist Watches at $12 and Up Boys' Watches $1 '50 and Up We specialize on Elgin Watches Christmas Cards-bulk or in boxes Decorations for room and tree LUSBY'S JEWELRY

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