Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 18, 1930 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 18, 1930
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PAGE SIX We Express Our Thanks JN wishing you a Jolly Christmas, we should like parenthetically to thank you for a year of pleasant business associations. Depart mt-fi/ Stores FENTONGIRL WEDS FARMER AT LONE ROCK Fenton, Dec. 16 — At St. John's Lutheran church last week Wednesday afternoon at l:3o Lena Dreyer was married to Alfred Schmidt by th* Rev. R. W. ICabe- •Itz, In a double ring ceremony Edmond Wlttmers played Lohengrin's wedding march. Marlon, Hengel and Elaine s\van were flower girls. The bride was attended by her cousin, Linda Dau, Whlttemore, and Frank Dreyer, brother of the bride, was best man. A reception Was given at the bride's brother Ever- etfs, where a two-course dinner was served. The bride Is the youngest daughter of Mrs. Minnie Dreyer and grew up here. The bridegroom who Is the son of Mr. and Mrs August Schmidt, Lone Rock, Is a rarmer. After a two weeks honeymoon in South Dakota and southern Iowa the couple will begin housekeeping on the groom's father's farm five miles southeast of Lone Rock. PHILOSOPHICAL PHiU QUR business dealings with the community have been of the most gratifying nature. Therefore, in this season of gladness, do we wish to express our appreciation. TO ALL, A MERRY CHRISTMAS Kirsch's Laundry THORINGTON STREET Phone 267 Woman's Club IIus Party— The Wonnn's club gave its annual Christmas party one day last week at Mrs. F. C. Bailey's, with Mrs. \\ . P. Welsbroi) assisting. Roll call was answered with Christmas suggestions. Mrs. H. H. WIdclel and Mrs. E. W. Ruske had charge-'of entertainment. Games were played, and prizes were won by Mrs F H Bonn and Mrs. A. H. Meyers. Mrs! banta Claus, Identity not revealed auctioned off gifts. The program' closed with Christmas carols and a two-course luncheon. Mrs. Carl Kern and Mrs. F. P. Newel were J-ruests of the club. I'acnUy Is £fi(crtiilnpd— Nettie Welsbrod and Mable Brandt entertained the rest of the schools faculty at a Christmas part v ast Thursday evening u.t the Wels- brod home. Games were played, prizes awarded, and Christmas gifts distributed. A tray lunch was served. Attending were Supt. and Mrs. G. D. Belken, E D White Martha Gilbert, Margie Kleinheksel', Lily Rasmussen, and Mathilda Kressin. -uitf-.HWf tiir fftit'tifi ttHA same the Uiithveft felrfc lost. i . l ...» > 4' Ernert Mnitltg|» MftrHe*- Mrs Herman Volght ha* receive a letter ffbrn her hlece, Mrs. Ernes Hesse, Nashua, Minn., s « brother, Erftest Maahs, ormerly Whittemore. was married last week Wednesday to a Mtas West, o Nashua. The' riewiyweds will live on the bridegroom's father William Aiaahs' farm. cou "ty Legion Auxiliary meeting at Tllonkd last week Tuesday VM,7' ^ J> twe(sbr o1, daughter Settle, uMrs. H. c. Llndsey, and daughter Kathleen spent Saturday at Fairmont, and called at Mrs. Carrie Haase's. Mrs. E. A. Welsbrod, Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, Mrs. E. C. Welsbrod" and Mrs. W. J. Welsbrod were Fort Dodge visitors last week Wednea- day. Hari'an, fi-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. wiibert Holldorff, had an oper; aton for appendicitis at the Fairmont clinic last week Tuesday. The Frank Baileys and Mrs.'Kate Newel were dinner guests at Dr A. W. Whitlow's, Swea City, Sunday evening. • The C. \y. Laurltzens have moved to Whlttemore, Mr. Laurltze n have- ing recently purchased a pool hall there. Mr. and Mrs. wllmer Hantelnian ai-Q parents of a boy, bom Friday night. They now have two boys. Kathleen Llndsey spent Sunday with her sisters, Mrs. H. E. sted- man and Bernice Llndsey at Carroll. C. H. Geronsin has been sick since last week with sciatic rheumatism and lumbago. The Elk Cleaners Corner Dodge and Call Street Our Christmas Party will be held as usual this year on the afternoon of DECEMBER 24, 3:15 P. M. We invite all children under 12 years of age to come and enjoy a treat. There will be something for all of them—candies, nuts, and other treats, and a good time will be enjoyed by all. Our annual party has proven quite a happy and successful affair in the past, and we want our Fifth Annual to be the best of all. We shall enjoy it as much as any of you, but we'll enjoy it more if you are here. ELK CLEANERS PHONE 330 FOB QUICK SERVICE P.-T. Ass'n Has Meeting-— The Parent-Teachers association mot last week Tuesday night at the -schoolhouse, President W. E. Stoeber presiding. The program was: music, high school orchestra directed by M iss Gilbert; paper, Romance ot Radium, Mrs. P. C. Bailey Christmas songs, Margaret Stephenson- talk on Aladdin lamps; Development of the Radio Tube, Supt. Belken. Fathers-Sons Bamiuct Planned— The Methodist Aid met Friday afternoon at the church and plans were laid for a fathers and sons banquet in January. Hostesses at tins meeting were Mesdames J B Hanson, J. W . Hartman, Herman Huskamp, and B. A^ Huskamp. Mrs. C. W. laiirltzon Honored- Mrs C. w. Laurltzen. who-has moved to Whlttemore, was honor guest at a farewell party last weak Monday night given by the Royal Neighbors. The Woodmen joined the women for lunch. Grnnieiiz Pool Hall Moved— John Gramenz has moved his pool hall into the building vacated oy C. W. Lauritzen. The buildinir vacated by Mr. Gramenz will bf partitioned off for a barber shop by Henry Schulte. K. JT. Kyhls Are at Ceylon— h j* l \ and , Mr&'R. N. Kyh , have been helping with the hotel work at treir daughter Mrs. j A Furtney's a t Ceylon since Friday while the Furtneys" are visiting relatives at Keokuk. CRCCTINCS Other Fenton News Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacobs, Whittemore entertained at cards lost week Tuesday night, and Messrs, and Mesdames B . j. Frank , Charles Newel, G. B. Johnson, Walter Jentz George Jentz, Walter Krause, and J.'. «. Jentz attended. The occasion was Mrs. Jacobs' birthday. The Standard Bearers gave a farewell party at Mrs. E. A. Wels- brod's last Thursday night for Edna Lauritzen, who left with her parents Monday for a new .home at Whittemore. She was given a box of fancy handkerchiefs and a Standard Bearer pin. Mr. and Mrs. George Mienke returned one day last week from visits with Mrs. Mienke's sister, Mrs F W. Neuman, Waseca, Minn., and Mi. Mienke's sister, Mrs. Richard Nemitz, Canby, Minn. Mr. and -Mrs. E. ' A. Huskamp diove to Des Moines Saturday to take their little granddaughter Joan who had been staying with them a "' -'Veeks, to her parents, Mr. and Wesley Witter. A community Christmas tree with colored lights was recently erected on Main street. Several business houses have decorated their win - FATHER VEIT IN CHARGE AT WHITTEMORE •Whlttemore, Dec. 1G—The Rev. P. P. Gearen left last Thursday for his new parish at Onawa. He was guest at many farewell dinners here and at Algona. Last week Wednesday evening a reception took place at the academy hall and gifts were presented, including a $5 goldpiece from, the academy basketball team Presentation academy pupils gave him a -spiritual bouquet, and a sum of money was presented on behalf of St. Michael's congregation. The academy Junior orchestra played a few selections. Then there was dancing, and a midnight lunch was served. The Rev. Father William Veil, late of Estherville, is the new priest in charge of the local parish. Whitteinore Man Weil- Cory Haas, Whittemore, and Nellie Zenor, Estherville, were married at Algona November 26, the Rev. F. H. Webster, pastor of the Baptist church, officiating. Mr. Haas is well-known in Whittemore, and grew to manhood here. He has been in carpenter work for some years and though the past few years have been spent mostly in the north part of the country, he still maintains his home in Whlttemore. Whether he and Mrs. Haas will make their home in Whittemore has not been learned. Father Gearen is Honored- Last week Monday evening Father P. p. Gearen, who left Whltte- more last Thursday, was guest of honor at a party at St. Cecelia's hall at Algojia given by pupils of the Algona school. Following a short program, the -St. Cecelia and Presentation basketball teams played with the Whittemore girls winning 10-S, and Whittemore boys losing Both Teams Win Games— The public school basket ball teams played Ruthven teams Friday evening and won both games, the girls 29-11, the boys 36-15. The girls haven't lost a game yet this season, though they have played seven Mrs. Fred Jacobs Surprised— Relatives and friends Worn Fenton and Lotta Creek surprised Mrs Fred Jacobs lost week Tuesday evening In honor of her birthday The evening was spent at "500," and a basket midnight lunch was served There were 46 persotis In attendance. Girls' Team Defeats Seme*— Whlttemore's public school girls' basketball team won again when they played agalnet Seneca Consolidated school last week Tuesday evening at Seneca. The Whltte- more girls won 17-14, but the boys lost a close game 21-19. Mrs. Florence Lens Married— Oustav N. Dietrich and Mrs. ,, entine I^nz, both of Rodman,' were married by Justice W. C. Danson at Algona November 29. They will make their home on a farm near Rodman. Mrs. Lenz formerly lived east of Whlttemore. To Give School Play Tonight- Pupils of the public high school will present Let's Get Engaged this week Thursday evening as a benefit for the basketball teams. The pla'y is an adaptation of Green Stockings. Other Whitteinore. A new 75 h. p. feed mill powered by an electric motor, was installed last week at the Whittemore elevator and is now in operation. Till changes were made at the Whltte- more light plant, it was impossible to put the new machine in. Two mills are kept busy most of the time. Francis Elbert moved the Rev. P. P. Gearen's personal belongings to Onawa, last Thursday, and on the: way home stopped at Jesae Marsh-i all's at Welding. Mrs. Marshall was! formerly Isabelle Weir. He also stopped to see relatives at Remsen. Last week Tuesday evening a prenuptial shower, honoring Ida Tletz, Algona, was given at the Ernest Walter home at Lotts Creek. Mies Tietz and Rudolph Peters were married Sunday morning at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Whittemore. Mrs. Henry Bargmann, son Victor, and Mrs. H. Thompson, west of Whittemore, returned last week Tuesday from visits with Wisconsin > relatives. They were accompanied! home by the son Henry Jr. and John Schultz, of Plattevllle, Wis. The Herman Voights and Erwln Bruries, the latter of'Falrvltte, were Sunday turkey dlnnei" gueste at George Meyerls, east of town, Peter Reding, north of Whltte more, broke a leg last Monday, when he slipped while walking across a road and fell. Ephle txjeko, Reemers, Minn., _ visiting the J. B. Walkers, north of Whlttemore. He Is an uncle of Mr. and Mrs. Walker. v ' Last week Tuesday John Gunn, >ast of Whlttemore, received a brok- m nose while assisting a neighbor move a .building. A number ,of children In and ar- und Whlttemore attended a free how Saturday at Algona for chll- ren under 1G. The J. V. Elberts left last week Vedncsday for points in Illinois, 'heir principal stopping place ' Is letamora. A boy was born Sunday to Air. nd Mrs. Frank Schattschnelder. hey have one other child, a girl. Mrs. Bridget Quinn,' son Charles, and Mrs. Edna McDonnell, all . of Bancroft, visited here Sunday. , The Francis Elbert children. have been sick with colds. John Schultz, Platteville, Wls., Is visiting relatives hero. Mr. Jos. Walters has been sick a week or more. *ie" It Is A timely special tor For these 2 days we are In addition to thi* special we are offering i, counts on every piece of furniture in the in g dls before invoice date, January 1. store sold We have been enjoying one of the bl KK » s t ,, „, trades we have ever had. Get to know S , IIda y better and your holiday money will go nSTaS 1 ' 8 Richardson's SECOHO HAND CLOTHIN6 IS SOLD ID EMMETSBURG POOR A second-hand clothing exchange has been opened at Emmetsburg by that town's unit of the Red Cross It is opon nn hour and a half each Wednesday and Saturday afternoon Clothing sells at low prices, and the proceeds will b e used to buy neces sities for the Emmetsburg needy The clothing is donated by Emniets- burg residents, and is repaired and cleaned before being put on sale. HEAD THE WANT-ADS. THE HUB JT'S BEEN a cheery, prosperous year for ™ U8 7?° ° U , Christmas day we can do no more than wish you too an equal happiness .May your every desire be fulfilled. Algon a Insurance AGENCY its in THE GREAT AMERICAN VALUE * - .- . ••,. ,.•/. ,; : -;.; Fine-ear distinction and quality in the new Chevrolet Six The Spirit of Christmas Raymond Kyhl has been enjoying a few days' layoff from lhe cannln £ 'H 1 ,?' ?, Fairmont - and has been ung• h s parents, Mr. and Mrs. «. :>. Ivyhl, H e returned to Fair, mont Monday. Walter Warner, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Samuel Warner, and his sister Lola motored to Moines Friday, an d they spent • M AY the true s i )irit ° f Christmas fill your home and linger through the full coining year. Weiss & Sorstedt CLOAK SHOP "EXCLUSIVE BUT LEAST EXPENSIVE" \T»»Q -tr TT -— IherhrM "• widdel entertained he, bi dge club Saturday afternoon. The high score was won by Mrs. O. H. Graham. Mrs. W. R Wolfe substituted for an absent member Mrs August Nelson, Mrs E. C Fauerby, Mm. Karl Neilson, and Mrs. A. H. Krause attended a. NIGHT COUGHING QUICKLY RELIEVED Famous Prescription Gives Almost instant Relief Night coughs or coughs caused Qy a cold or by an irritated throat are usually due to conditions which ordinary medicines do not reach. But the very first swallow of Thox- ine, a doctor's prescription, is guaranteed to give almost instant relief. Thoxine works on a different principle, it goes direct to the internal cause. Thaxine is pleasant tasting and saf e for the whole family, it will give you better and quicker relief for coughs or sore throat than anything you have ever tried or your money will be refunded. Puj. U p ready for use in 35c, 60c, and $1.00 bottles. Sold by Lusby Drug Co., and all other good drug stores. (4) Again, Chevrolet and General Motors have utilized their combined resource* to establish a new and higher standard of value for the American motor car. The new Chevrolet represents a type of economical transportation that America has long anticipated— • low-priced six styled with such striking talent and good taste, so smartly beautiful and complete in its perfection of detail, so advanced and refined front " l "' aft ' H """»C!~~»Uts f ~tc a »,. mechanically that you will immediately recognize it as the Great American Value. This great value i» the outcome of four basic Chevrolet advantages: (1) .The savings of vol. umeproduction in nineteen immense modern plants. (2) The economies which .result from great purchasing power. (3) The benefit, of continu- out research in General Motor* laboratories and on the General Motors Proving Ground. And (4) the close association with the Fisher Body Corporation who, th|s Tear, have •urpassed all their previous achievements in developing bodies of outstanding quality, refinement and value. Theae basic advantage* have made it possible to build a finer car at lower cost. They have enabled to oner a car with a longer wheel—greater roominess and comfort— strikingly smarter .tyle—imprc..ive new " —more thoroughly satisfactory/performance—greater dependability. And to paw on the** saving, of efficient manufacturing to the buyer in the form of lower prices! ' ChlneflVHTrfc.'*! ^ on ;?.cy«w _» wviijinir rare, importw 1 or.Ufles T)r the newea Are you one of the Advance's 3,000 Satisfied Subscribers? out. ROGERS HOTEL Minneapolis most y located hotel. NJcollet Avenue and 4th Street, ROOMS $1 AND UP Newly decorated and furnished. aew The Phaeton. The AT NEW LOW PRICES a Sport Roadster < HIMCOIl I •* w «M >•••-...*;!? »«J5O SIX &Ji

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