Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 1, 1931 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 1, 1931
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^^rw AmrAtttlia ALQ6MA, IOWA, PAGE TWO SEE OUR USED CAR Bargains BEFORE YOU BUY We have a good assortment and they are all late models. SENEGA YOUTH WEDS LILLIAN KAUF, CHICAGO Seneca, Dec~30—Clifford Gardner Lillian Kauf, Chicago; were Algona, and the Roy Osborns, spent Christmas eve at C. C. Cooper's !-r±rr^rs =• ^x- Th"e""women were formerly Cooper g lne!! Anderson, registered nurse, Is at the Voldleck home, near Ring' sted, caring for Mr. Valdleck who has had two strokes. Mrs. Mary Jasperson and Mr Nash spent Christmas her*. Mrs Jnsperson is a sister of Mrs. Oscar Patterson. Tim Ttlfl Scullys, Fort Dodge rt tirl I .11 lin 11 IVtLUL, v/ni^'ib"! ,, -w- — 1 .1. I1U , J-'JV i.ivjt«t",T "i married a that city Saturday at 8 L pent Christmas at John ScHneMerB • Clarence Mra , Schneider formerly was Minnie ok', and shuWns the uesday evenings before Christmas nd sang Christmas carols. Miller 1929 Ford tudor 1929 Ford roadster 1929 Whippet coach 1928 Whippet coach 1928 Chrysler coupe EASY TERMS 1928 Essex sedan 1929 Chevrolet coach 1927 Chevrolet coach 1929 Durant sedan KENT MOTOR CO. AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa Phone 434 Service— —Sales p. m. Clifford's brother and the bride's sister were best man g cu lly. and bridesmaid. The newlyweds will The Lutheran Aid will meec operate a dairy farm near Arm-1 Mrs . Joseph Anderson Sr. s strong after January 1. Quilting Hoc Is Held— Mrs. Hans Wllberg, Mrs. Jensen, Mrs. Martin Thompson daughter Gladys, Mrs. Melvln Norland, daughter Lois May, Mrs. Jennie Jensen, Mrs. George Goetsch, daughter Mildred, Mrs. William Osborn, daughter Mrs. Lawrence Saxton, spent Monday afternoon at Mrs John Osborn's, tying two quilts. ' Seneca Man Seriously Sick— Nels Chrlstenson, local garage- man, was taken seriously sick before Christmas, and was taken home by relatives near Waterloo. He is now suffering from a nervous breakdown. Morris Jensen, son of Fred, and Alfred, son of P. H. Petare taking care of the busl- a Janu wool avy 8. . . Teachers and pupils are back t work. LUTHERANS AT LU VERNE WILL OBSERVE JAN.1 ,, 8t Friday. Mailard and Ihe Car* last'Friday. last the dardlnals winning! till the last (jlty raced leading when Swea h&me tiers WW* word that thfe 0. filer te Renvllle, the to win at the close QC the game, rrogrnm at School— qbuth end o£l Sunday afternoon, December 21, out his stock L sbng service and Christmas can- and accessories, and wll, re- tatter, ^^^f^^ high school glee clubs. The pro- Swnnsons Have Jfcw Son— I gram was: Silent Night! Holy Born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swalt- Nlgh t!, grade pupils; serlpture artd B0 " l — ••-' *--—'—' o Little Town of Bethle- Tu Eiistnco to ,T. L. Eustace, manager Of the service station at Main street, oC th tlre. son at the Algona Hospital Decem- , her 20 a son, who has been named nem and Joy to Merwln Cart. , pupils; cantata, - •— ' Story, by boys and girls' ^clubs, Other LU Veme "News Lead, Kindly Light, girls-glee club; Mrs. May Zwelfel entertained her benediction. L,u Verne, December 30 — Christmas programs at both The the thn Finn Frenches, Kenwicn, the . Pinner at 6 o'clock, after which .there was an exchange of gifts, of the marriage of Virginia, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. W.'-O. Nelson, to Frank Naugle. She lived here all her life prior to going to Chicago six months ago. She was graduated from the local high .school In 1927. Mr. Naugle spent sime years here and was also graduated from the Minn,, WAS burned town laat week. Mr, filer was onfie cash- ler ,6f the local Farmers bank. Santa Ctoui In YI«N— Santa Claus^catne to Swea City a week ago Saturday. The mer chants reported that never before had Swea City had a. better day's business. ' Other 8*ea City Among the young people Who came home for the holidays Were Clarence, Oliver,' and Esther An derson; Allan and Prances Poole Raymond and Walter McCrary Wendell and Madelyn Bckholm hd Harry Warfeurlon. The Methodist Sunday school! ata, "The Greatest Promise," jresented Christmas Bye, wlt taking itart. It was well doh 8 | enjoyed by a packed house, one received (reals, Hicille Senhenfelder left week Monday for Grundy Cent< spend the holidays with her Mrs. Catherwood, Grundy was formerly Lucllle's home Elria Berg entertained a nu of friends Monday evening home of her aunt and uncle, Sam Carters. • ' lieta and Lela, Young spent I mas With their parents, Youngs, south-of town, The- Leslie Canipbells were < end 'visitors with their grani the Frakes. Frank Hendersons, HEATERS HOT AIR AND HOT WATER HOT WATER HEATERS FOR ALL CARS SPECIAL Seat covers for 1929 and 1930 Chevrolet cars—was $13.00—while they last, $7; put on. ALCOHOL AND PRESTONE FREEZING SOLUTION Used Cars 1929 6-cyl. Chev. coupe 1926 Chevrolet sedan '26 Buick coach 1929 6-cyl. Chev. coach Model A Ford coupe Kohlhaas Bros. PHONE 200 erson, — . ness at the garage during his absence. Crowlcys Move to Waterloo— The Jos. Crowleys, Mrs. Klein, Mrs. Crowley's mother, and Jack Klein motored to Waterloo last week Monday, returning next day and bringing with them a sister, Mrs. Rose Arend, who went home late In the week. Mrs. Arend formerly lived near Seneca. Children Home Christmas Day- Mr, and Mrs. 'Wilbur Richmond, Armstrong, the Lawrence Saxtons, the Charles Osborns, the Roy Osborns, Lester Osborn, Waterloo, spent Christmas day at William Osborn's. This was all of the children except Neal, Charles City, and Larkin, Seattle. Surprised on Her Birthday— Mrs. Lawrence Saxton was pleasantly surprised December 18, when she arrived at Roy Osborn's and found the Jens Petersens, the Clarence Saxtons, Vernon, Ralph, and Linus Jensen, and Lyle and Marion Osborn awaiting to help celebrate her birthday. Jensen Feeds Cattle Again— Lu Verne and Livermore Lutheran churches were well attended. The Grant, Bel program here was under the direc- Henderson tion of E. Zeitz teacher, and consisted of Instrumental and vocal music by the school children and choir. The program at Livermore was under the supervision of the Rev. P. Braner, and was ateo a miscellaneous program given by the Livermore school children. New Year's day at 10:30, and New Years evening at 7:30 the Rev. Braner will preach in English. At the morning service on New Year's day a special matter will be brought before the congregation and an attendance of all members is desired. llchtys In Family.Bouillon— C. H. Llchty was unusually happy this Christmas as he had all his children home for a big Christmas dinner. From out-of-town were Mrs Bee Llchty-Harrison, St. Agatha, Manitoba, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Llchty, Chicago. It has been eleven years since Mrs. Harrison was here, and that was when she was called here because of her mother's* sickness and death. She noticed many changes In Lu Verne since her last visit here. The Don Llchtys were to return to Chicago this week AVednesday, but Mrs. Harrison will stay till January .6. A number of dinners and social affairs were given in their honor while len Thompsons, U. S. Grant, Harry Me(hod | gt 8 . St officers Named— Browns, ,Brwin Bartons, Ernest i Grant, Bernice Olson, and'Howard 'The Methodist Sunday school board met at Mrs. Anna Clark's last Thursday evening. Officers Lottie and Janette Mason went to w elected: superintendent, Sam- Clarion last week Wednesday even- Ing to spend Christmas with a brother and sister and their families. The Irvln Chapman family was en- tertalned at the George Kabele home Goldfleld, Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Smith went uel Warburton; assistant, Elmer Smith; secretary, ttvy Moats; asV slstant, Mrs. Floyd Griffith; treasurer, Arma Clark; librarians, June Geneva Picht; organist SECRETARY'S ftHO TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPf Kossuth County Mut Fire Insurance Assn.l Secretary's Off Ice, December 9, 191 Tour Secretary jsuhihlts the following report of the business doj losses paid during the current year Just ended. ; Irene .Dourte; assistant, Ivy Moats, to Emmetsburg Monday to see his I Scnnenfclder Son Badly Hurt— sister, Mrs. Bert Grant, who is ser- John Sennenfelder and his small iously ill with dropsy and heart dls- son James departed for Waterloo ease, and but little hope Is held for her recovery. She was Lida Smith. Mrs. H. A. Reyman and two children returned Friday from several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rockhill of Larchwood. Her mother returned with her for several days' visit at the parsonage. The Good Will club held its December meeting at Mrs. Harry Chrlstensen's, 12 women In atten- 1931 New Year's Snaps at LONG'S 19c 5c 5c 15c 34c 10 POUNDS FANCY ONIONS PRUNES—Fancy, PER POUND ___ RICE—Fancy, PER POUND ___ J. H. Jensen received a carload of here, choice feeding cattle Friday, recently purchased at Kansas City. They are of a good Hereford type, averaging 600 pounds. A Mr. Quinn, Bancroft, trucked them out from Fenton. Scnccn Girls Win Airalii— Seneca's B. B. girls added another game to their list when they played at Fenton recently and won, 26-14. The Seneca boys lost 17-11. Both games were slow. Fenton plays at Seneca January 9. Luther League Elects Officers— The Luther League met at the church Sunday evening and elected officers: The Rev. S. O. Sande, president; Ralph Jensen, vice president; Myrtle Cherland, secretary; Amy Cherland, treasurer. Boy Hurt by a Pony- Wesley Patterson was recently badly bruised and shaken up when his pony ran away. Wesley suffered a badly sprained ankle, and since the accident he has been sick with appendicitis. School Gives Basket Social— A program was given by pupils of the school in Dist. No. 9 last week Monday evening. John Elmers auctioned off the baskets, which sold fairly well. A good-sized crowd attended. Girls Homo from Minneapolis— Minda Wilberg and Myrtle College Students Come Home- College students spending the holiday vacation at home are Florence Barton, Cornell; Doris Larimer, dramatic school, Chicago; Forrest Raney, Grinnell; Cecil Williams, Co r lumbia U., Ohio; Margaret Ehmp- kee, Junior college, Britt; Eether and Marie Merkle. Naperville, 111.; Erwin Braner, Concordia Teachers college, River Forest, 111.; Vera Tlede, Detroit college; Fern Allen, Ellsworth college; Milton Wolto and Myrtle Jordan, Cedar Falls; AValter Reddle, Concordia teachers college, Seward, Neb.; Alice Wolf, Lutheran hospital, Hampton. Club Gives Christmas Party- Mrs. Ed Dehnert was hostess to the J. J. club at the annual children's Christmas party at her dance, doing needlework. The next meeting will be on January 8 with Mrs. Julius Stripling. School closed December 19 for the Christmas holiday vacation, and reopens next week Monday. There was a Christmas tree In each room, with an exchange of gifts among teachers and pupils. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Anderson, of Grant City. Mo., came to spend Christmas at the paternal W. F. Godfrey home. Mrs. Godfrey returned with them Sunday for a ten- day visit. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marty, Cloquet, Minn., are visiting Mr. Marty's mother, Mrs. Catherine Marty. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Woito, Lawler, are guests at W. H. Woito's, The Charles Burke family entertained relatives at their home Christmas day. A big dinner was served at noon and the r afternoon was spent visiting. Louis Stiefel, Fort Dodge, who recently returned from a trip to Europe, was a Christmas day guest at the Gustav Baeseler home. The Rev. Mr. Van Loon, former Methodist pastor here, now of Sparta, N. J., was a recent gueet at Peter Thompson's. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Curran and little son left last week.for Elkhorn, Wis., after several weeks with rel- Saturday. Mr. Sennenfelder had received word earlier in the -week •that the son John Jr., who works in a casket factory there, had had a hand badly Injured In a steel roller. It was feared that he would lose part of the hand. Teacher Suffers Broken Leg— Helen Preston, home economics toother, had the misfortune to fall Wednesday evening of last week breaking her leg above the ' ankle. Dr. Russ took, her to the Fairmont Hospital where the leg was set and put in a cast. She returned to Swea Thursday and Friday went to her home In Carlisle. Lutheran S. S. Gives Program— The Lutheran Sunday school put on an interesting program in the church Christmas night. The churcl was packed and there were cards and treats for everyone. The Bap tlst Sunday school also gave a mis cellaneous program at the churcl Christmas Eve. V S. S. Gives Christmas Cantata— The Methodist Sunday school presented a Christmas cantata, "The SECRETARY'S BBPOBT * . . '•:'••.'.'•'.*• RECEIPTS . Cash In banks December 10, 1929.——-_--.——1930 assessment collection* .„„_.—. : Interest on bonds J—• —-—— Hpnds cashed , Dividends from closed banks New business — DISBURSEMENTS .18 losses ' •-—• -— ; "—.-"• Adjusting and Inspecting -. :---• •• Directors' meetings and legal advice.— Rent —> — • —— — $51] -120 Office supplies ._-.— -— — Telephone and postage ....—. —Return assessments -~ '-. — Ins. premiums and accrued Ins. on bonds- Bonds purchased .; — Reinsurance --— .-' '—. •— State fees .- • • Secretary and assistant's salaries — Cash In banks December 9, 1930—— RECEIPTS, TREASURER'S REPORT Balance In checking account December 10, Deposits during the year —. .--. Bond cashed — r ; - 1929. Greatest Promise." Eva Maud 3 BARS CAMAY SOAP 10 BARS BIG FOUR SOAP Long s take this time to wish all their friends a happy and prosperous 1931, and thank them for all past favors. Thompson, working at Minneapolis, „ were here for Christmas. Minda | a£te , inoon stayed only a few days; Myrtle is still here. home December 19. Assisting was a committee of four, Mrs. D. Wermer- son, Mrs. Chas. Wolf, Mrs. Lloyd Zentner and.Mrs. Jesse Lindebak. A program of music and recitation was given by the guests and Christmas carols were sung. There was a 'beautifully decorated Christmas tree, from which a real Santa, or rather Mrs. Santa, distributed the The hostess, assisted by the members of the committee served a tray lunch. Tuesday Club Gives Party— The Tuesday club held Its annual children's Christmas party at the Community hall last week Tuesday atives here. | Mrs. Ray Stone to holiday season with spending the her parents, Wenzel as "Hope" and Ethel Sen- nenfelder as "Despair" were principal characters. All the younger members of the Sunday school had parts. Legion Gives Feather Party— The feather party sponsored by the American Legion In their rooms a week ago Saturday evening drew a large crowd. Victor Leland had charge of the entertainment. Forty ducks and gees were given away In prizes. ' DISBURSEMENTS Outstanding cMcke paid from 1929- Checksipald on order of .president and secretary- Bonds purchased during year __. "— Balance in banks December 9, 1930— .—-. — Total Check No. 720 for $8.60 outstanding;. We have a reserve of $19,000.00 in Governmant Bonds In ad above checking account. " . ' The above reports checked December 12, 1930, by..-. • ^ fi. J. BODE, H. I* .POTTEE V • NICK BORM. Auditing Coi gifts, other Wlll)«rff Boy Critically Sick- Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wllberg, has been'seriously sick with ear and throat'trouble, but Is now feeling better. Si-nccnii Wins Third Prize- Several Seneca people attended an There was a good attendance. Games were played and each child brought a gift for the Christmas tree. Instead of the usual exchange the gifts were all packed and sent to the children's home In Des Moines. A tray lunch was served and each child received special Christmas treat, popcorn balls and cookies. Postoffice Clerk Has Resigned— Miss Mayme Nahan, who hae been the Rev. and Mrs. E. Schraeder, Cedar Falls. Miss Edna Allen, instructor In the Fort Dodge schools, was a holiday guest of her aunt, Miss .Elsie Haskell. : Dolores Woito, primary teacher at Onawa, is at the paternal E. C. Wolto home for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen are visiting their daughters, the S. E. Smith family, Minneapolis. MANY ATTEND NIGHT SCHOOL AT SWEA CITY f WILLYS ears A BIG SIX, priced like • A POWERFUL EIGHT . A BRILLIANT KNIGHT keeper, won third. mil or SfiiiOfft NflWS last week Monday evening. Mrs. ForScLSsT SJ home Jennie Levier at whose home she from Aberdeen, S. D., for the noli- has been staying, gave a party dam 'and pTans to stay till after a her honor. The evening was spent sale of his farm personal property, visiting and refreshments He has been working in a chicken served by the hostess, hatchery for a brother-in-law there. Pat i ents Are Improving— Forrest and his family are undecided whether they will move to Ringsted to live with Mrs. Christenson's I father, Albert Anderson, or go to I South Dakota. The J. H. Jensens were guests of Mrs. Jensen's brother, Helmer Jorgenson, Sunday and got acquainted with a new nephew. In the afternoon they drove on to Blue Earth to visit Mrs. Jensen's sister, Mrs. E. L. Erdahl, and attend a Christmas can- •B TBBIFTT- BUY QUALITY Mrs. J. J. Robinson, North Platte, formerly of Lu Verne, and of Mrs. Harry Lichty, has been ill at her home with heart trouble, but is now gaining rapidly. Mrs. W. A. Patterson, who has been seriously 111 with heart disease the past month, seems to be improving. Swea City, Dec. 30 — Attendance at the night school last week Monday evening was up to the previous high figure, there being 511 men and 35 women present. It was decided not to hold a meeting during the holidays, so the school was dismissed till January -5, when the women will study the use of leftover foods, and Doctor Price, of Algona, federal hog cholera expert, will have charge of the men's school. The men will have the privilige of asking Doctor Price questions about parasites and diseases of swine. A Happy New Year Now Modern Woodman Hull— The M. W. A. lodge has moved from the old quarters over the tata, King of Kings, sung by a Lu- R amus building at the southwest theran choir in which Mrs. Erdahl corner o f Main street to the vacant is a soloist. rooms over the Ehmpkee implement Pauline Osborn spent the holidays .^ U udi n g on the east side of main with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn. She has been doing practice teaching at Mason City since | Farmer Suffers Butchering Wound- Thanksgiving, this being part of her course at the state teachers col- Max Meier, living near Hardy, College Boys, Girls Home— Swea City's college men and women were home for Christmas Including: from State University of Iowa, Walter McCrary and Gerald Imbody; Minnesota. "U", Oliver An derson, Gale Kesler, Clarence An-1 derson, and Raymond McCrary; | Drake, Pearl McAninch and .Eunice Jensen; Gustavus AdolphuB, Elna Berg, Esther Anderson, and Arthur Johnson; Washburn, Harry Warburton and Harry Peterson; Grinnell, Madelyn Sckhilm; Waldorf, Gail Weaver, Arvin Iverson, Donald Dourte and Theodora Hovey; Coe, Allan Poole, Richard Krumm, Harry THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA COMPANY MIDDLE WESTERN DIVISION last Saturday seriously cut the lege, from which she will be gradu- thumb on his left hand while butch- atecl in the spring. ering. He was taken to the hos- The Rudolph Hokenstads, Sioux pital at Algona, where the thumb Falls, came Friday to visit Mrs. was amputated. He returned home Hokenstad's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. Hans Jensen. They went back Sun- - • day. Mrs. Hokenstad was Minnie Otto BunliofsUi Visits Here- Jensen, a-nd she is a sister of J. H. Otto Bunkofekl, who has been and P. H. Jensen. staying at the Humboldt county Tinus Madison, Seneca school farm home for two years, made Ws janitor, the Charles Osborns, and annual visit to his Lu Verne friends Alma Madison spent Christmas eve during the holidays 'and will cele- with Mrs. Chris Madison and her brate his birthday January 2. son Milton. Mrs. Osborn was for- r , Krause Loses Father— mer,y Esther Madison, and Tinus is C1 ^~ ndK ~ cTrence Krause Anderson, Ames register- were called to Racine, Wis Christ- ST Her $££"*££ F"3? and bfother" Arn'^ S H ^ th' "^ M *""* to move to Rlngsted in the spring. eral months. ^ _ The home place has been rented for j un i org Hosts nt Party- next year. j^g j un tors entertained the Mrs. Earl Osborn has gone to Car- tlre hlgh schoo] and faculty at roll to visit her sisters, Mrs. Harold Lp art y &t ths gym t> ecem i, er Stedman. and Bernice Lindsey. Ber- GaBles were P ] a yed, after which 4 Peterson; Cedar Falls, Frances Poole, and Bernice Pearson. Doll-Dressing Contest Held— Thix-teen girls of the sixth and seventh grades entered a doll-dressing contest sponsored by the tenth grade sewing class. The doll dresses the girls had made were judged on the following points; workmanship, and appropriate use "of binding. The dolls were displayed In the Pearson store window and attracted much attention. The • winners were Lucille Evans, first; "WiU ma Brock and Pauline Preston, seconds; Irtene Smith, third. Mavis Larson, Irene Rohlf, and Maxlne Peterson received honorable mention. 495 and up. The Six, 9495 to 1850; Yi ton delivery chaffi*, 1395; 1 1 A ton truck chtusii, (595; the Eight, f 995 to f 1095; the Knight, ^1095 to 11195. All priest /. o. b, Toledo. Ohio WITH IMPRESSIVE SAVING^ • For 1931, Willys-Overland present* the finest can in all i 24-year history—can distinguished by more than 100 points of superiority.,, Safety glass is available on all mod •-all windows and windshields—at only slight extra cost. The new 58%-inch tread, widest of all low-priced can, i more spacious interiors,.. The front seat is adjustable, i the back of the seat may be inclined at the angle that • you best... Extra safety with new doo-servo pnternj) i ing 4-wheel brakes .., 4 hydraulic shock eliminators; ] springs',,, Improved transmissions, quieter in operation. Speed between 70 and 80 miles an hour, second gear if \. s as high as 50 , , . And impressive price savings; i -• , - " t models prices are $700 lower than last year's similar 1 nice works In a telephone office. U wc ._ courg e lunch was served. The Stedmans formerly worked at the Seneca etore. I Glee Club 81999 9>t Hojne.8— The Robert Carneys and Boy Jjees, | The girts' high school glee Three B. B. Games Played— The Swea City high school basketball team defeated Mallard, 81-20 in a game December 16. It was a close game all the way. At the end of the half the score- stood 6*8 in Mallard's favor; ^it the third quarter 18-19 In Swea City's favor, and at the close, Mallard had again crawled up within jus point. 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