Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 1, 1931 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 1, 1931
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it rnTTtfrv ADVANCE. AmoNA. tow A PAGE therfe he left for Iowa City, where Works as a night clerk hotel. In a ered sufficiently around again. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Martha Bonacker and daughter teeth left Saturday for Waterloo to visit Mrs. Bonacker's parents till after New Year's. Ernest Peterson, who has been very sick with the flu, has rccov- to be up and Fred Wenty and sbn, John Frederick, spent Christ- hias with relatives at Blue Earth and Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frnnzen entertained all of their children and grandchildren Christmas day. i..ji«*' r,fnM,iritH ttenry and Harry Grtveten, Chih e ground including Vte*6ntit cago> ^ ere vlsltora ^ ^ ^^ they had intended distrl- g nc hnu home last week. next day. The Heifners The E. R. Intermllls and .Minnie tn -• •—— Kennedy spent Christmas with relatives at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Harry Beed left last week Wednesday morning to visit relatives at Clarksvllle. Mrs. John,Wood has been suffer- frdm a Christmas tree that their home ''had burned ' •son to Montana Several years ago lr daughter Wll- attending school okane, Wash., had Just come {or Christmas vacation. fronl Fidelia Kum- T B Lcirsort received a IBI- recently from Fidelia Kunz, Wls., telllns o£ the mem " ^family. Fidelia formerly ' 0 £ piano students here, an assistant Ulndergar- her and pla y8 the plano for eir singing games and exer She also has a,private class ,„ piano. Edward Kunz , Jf)g t he university, and Is employed in the bank, ."^.i and John F.-are attend- She Edgewood> high school. Joe 11 .sixth grade at the 'Holy lemer school. play Is Given— iv "Bo Peep's Ohrlstmaa „ \vas given at the Methodist fch Christmas Eve by the Sun- school department. Rober '•recited ,"The Welfare," and the first and second sceneH gave, "The Christ [ story," and Dorothy Gartner .-Goodnight, 1 ;- after the play. I were then distributed from tho Including 200 sacks of candy Inuts. J ' : .V ; .'. Entered in t Parade— L Bi R . intermill family drove LlKona Saturday to enter Ell- fox police dog in a dog parade ored by the Call theater and [ttend the movie. Elinor's dog first prize and Elinor was ded a wrist watch given by N. Lice, manager ot the . theater. Ine Peterson' and Robert Pink I both won dollar 'prizes on .dogs. About 75 dogs were en- , ing the past week with sinus trouble but Is now bettor. The Raymond Keagles, Minnea- Plans Benefit party— a meeting Monday evening; the Iliary completed Its.- plans to lor a benefit card party, at the 0. F. hall next week Thursday |ing, at -7:30. Admission will be ler'person and lunch will be ser- Mrs. Cleo Nelson was appoint- lhalrman of the project. The ley received will be used in wel- fwork. : | A. HonHen Dies Sunday's. A. Honken, who: lived on the Gray farm northwest' of Tidied Sunday brrhage after a from • cerebral brief illness. feral services \vere held Monday i o'clock, 1 the Rev. G. Haken of- llng, and burial, was;: niade in" 1 German township cemetery. | Honke n was 77 years old. f B. B. Tourney Ends— lost half of the class basket tournament was played ;laslt Tuesday night.' The seniors I from the freshmen, 1 42^116, and juniors defeated the sophomores, The juniors won the tour- lent. A large crowd 'attended nights. .- . . '; • • ftpils, spent Christmas with the A. M. Petersons. • Jack Worsley and son spent Christmas at Nevada with his mother. Harold Ramsey, of Magnolia, Is visiting the Dr. Pierre Sartors. • Mable Kuchenreuther, of Woden, spent .the holidays here. LEDYARD BAND AND ORCHESTRA PLAY SUCCESS Ledyard, Dec. 30—The band and orchestra play, _ "It Happened In Hollywood," put on under the direction of V. A. Barrett last Thursday, was successful. The receipts go to pay for new outfits bought some time ago. The play opened in the richly furnished home of Mrs. Pembroke (Eleanor Saunders). Jarvls, the butler (Elgar La Coeur), enters with a messenger (Tilmer Halvorson) who has a telegram for Mrs. Pembroke. Jarvis sends it back, as Mrs. Pembroke is on her way to Europe to visit.a daughter. As the messenger leaves Allan Tremayne (Claud Reece), and Tom Garrity (Walter Miller), appear and want to rent the house. They pose as a prince and his secretary. Alan plans to get into the movies. Afl soon as they are gone .losio Pembroke (Winifred Friday) and her school friend Dolores (Aleltha Brack) a princess who is running away from home to avoid marrying a prince, arrive. Josie is surprised to learn .that her mother has gone to Europe, but cables that she Is at home. Jarvis is worried, for he rented the house. Josle makes him promise not to tell the renters, and they disguise as maids, Mehltabelle, cook, and Delores as Aunt Sarah. There is considerable confusion In the plot and many laughs. To make matters more complicated, the prince (Irvin Kllnksiek) that Delores is running away from comes to the house and is hired as chauffeur. At the close of the play his uncle, Sir Humphrey (Harold Her- ?.og), arrives to congratulate the prince and Delores. Doreen Downing (Marjorie Hubbard), Phyllis (Arlene Pringle), and Polly (Amelia Berhow) add many laughs to the play. The band played Buddy, and the grades; recitation, The Christmas Star, Marjorle Mayer; recitation, Christmas Secrets, Melbourne Haag; dialogue, Santa's Helpers, 2nd grade; recitation, Mother's Christy mas Presents, Floyd Gable; recitation, A Christmas Speech, Gordon Mn tzener; Christmas songs, group of 2nd graders. Baby Jesus, Mnrjorle Gable and Maurice Drew; recitation, Wallace Magedorn; recitation, The Longest Hay, Kenneth Germann; Christmas Boll, Bobbie Womack; song, Silent Night, 1st and 2nd grades. Last week Wednesday Mr., and Mrs. Robort Curtis, accompanied by I the Fred Darnells, motored to Huron, S. D., to spend Christmas with Mrs. Curtls's parents, the Charles Blacks. Audrey and Juanlta Underkofler, Britt, were here Saturday to attend the alumni party. Audrey Is teaching at Newton and Juanlta is attending the state university. Henry Blome and his wife came last week Wednesday from Palmer City, 111,, for an extended visit. They spent most of the summer working on roads In Missouri. The George Thompsons went to WatertoWh, Wls,, are spending the holidays at the Wm. Rusch Jr. home. Mr. Bllose is a brother of tyrs. Rusch. ' Christmas dinner guests at the Frank Derners were the Ed Droess- lers and the Fred Tlgges, both families of Bancroft, and the Joe Knechts. Frank and Elmer Behnke, who attend Concordla Lutheran Teaeh- ers college at River Forest, 111., came home for their Christmas vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Marshall, Whiting, spent the holidays with the M. C. Weirs. Mrs. Marshall will be remembered here as Inabelle Weir. The 13. B. Cnvanaugh family, Des Molnes. spent the holidays at the Mr. and Mrs. C. L, Cavanaugh home. E. B. Cavanaugh is a brother of C. L. Dolores, daughter of the R. H. Flnnells, is spending the Christmas holiday at home. She teaches in a consolidated school at Rock Falls. The Marvin Hansens, Britt, were, Christmas dinner guests at John Wilson's. Mrs. Hanson Is. a daughter of the Wilsons. ' Henry Bargman and John Kchultz, Milwaukee, are spending tho holidays visiting here and at Itodman. Gertrude Behnke came home from Chicago -to atfend the holidays with her parents, the H. W. Behnkes. Veronica and Joseph Freedman, Alden, spent'the Christmas holidays at the O. J. Kaschmltter home. Anthony Schmitt Jr is ill with flu. He Is salesman at the Poirot & Schattschnelder garage. Hilda and Doris Meyer spent a few days last week at Mrs. Bruhn's In Falrvllle township. Mrs. Francis Elbert was ill with flu a few days last week. H. W. Geelen has been ill with a bad cold. AKRE'S HAVE time of their See their adv. CHANGED THE delivery service.— 12ul5 DANCE Tuesday Evening January 6 Academy Hall Whlttemore By Alumni Association. Ccc Hurst's Orchestra. .Sioux City last week' Wednesday lo spend Christmas with their son Milton and his wife. They returned Friday. The Robert Johns, Newton, Ida Jenks, and a Mr. Rettlnger spent Christmas at the parental Blanche •Tcnks home. Jnmes Lloyd has been seriously sick and under the care of Doctor Devine. Ho plans to go to Rochester soon. The Fred Rleffcrs, Elmore, are visiting the Adam RIeffers. Support the Unemployed— •tie Sachau, who -works in and Roebuck's, Gh'icago, and I has been home for-Christmas jtlon returned • to work yester- Myrtle.has to give one day's a month to thai; unemployed. Alumni Have Party- alumni party was held at .the blhouse Frday night with 13 in Jdance, . Magdaiine Sartor is dent of the association, Ouldo vice-president, and Oscar ^hard, secretary-treasurer. Girls Receive Gifts— jith Budlong gave her 6th grado Sunday school class a party pay evening. Edith gave *ach, girls an Eversharp pencil Christmas present. Cards werq 1 and lunch was served. AGED PIONEER, WHITTEMORE, PASSES DEC, 17 Whittemore, Dec. 30—Mrs. Philip Engler, died at her home here December 17 after an Illness of several weeks. Funeral services were held a week ago Saturday morning. Mrs. Engler was formerly Matilda Freln. She was born in Coblenz, Germany, January 17, 1846. She came to this country with her parents.In 18.7.1, and located at Joliet, 111. She was married • to Philip Engler July 7, 1871. They made their home there till 1803, when they came to Whittemore and located on a farm northwest of town, which continued to be their home till 1012, when they retired to town. Mr. Engler died In 1910. Mrs. Engler Is survived by five sons, Philip, Red Lodge, Mont.; Barney, Durango, Colo.; Theodore, Burt; and Paul und Joseph, Whitte- moro. The services were held at the Catholic church, with the Rev. William Veil officiating. of and the orchestra played vlra Halvorson Mrs. Edward -Jfelscli Pusses— Those attending the funeral Mrs. Edward Melsch, Mason City, Friday were: Mrs. Tom Kelly daughter, the Harve Higleys, Mike Mergcns, Mrs. Alfred Semon and Mrs. Ralph Fardel. Mrs. Melsch was Mary Hlgley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Hlgley, Mason City, and she is survived by her husband, and father and mother. Frank Ilenier Niece Dies— Frank Derner, Whittemore, and Henry/ Derner and daughter Veronica, Milford, attended last Friday of Irene Wife to Rochester— Rev, L, G. Gartner t;ook Mrs. fer, to Rochester, Minn,, Mon•where she has been taking nents and if her condition is « will have an operation. | Bunting to Clinic— Charles Bunting, wlio ' has ill for several months, leaves lime this week for Iowa City •[through the University Hos- plinlc. , , Post Gives Show— American Legion post spon- la show, "The Rifle Out." night at ,the Frank Hagen Airplane is Seen— , ; } - S. army plane passed over fta Sunday afternoon, '.' , and Mrs. L. B, Hansen, lows. |came home Christmas- Eve to fe\ v days with relatives and left Sunday with Mignonette. Aland Henrietta O'Keefe played a piano duet, Rapid Fire. . The girls Glee club sang Bells of St. Mary and Mighty Lak a Rose.' The second grade toy band, under the direction of Miss Peterson, • played several numbers. Hethodists in Christinas Program— The Methodists had a Christmas 'tree and program last week Tuesday night. The superintendent gave a we'lsome address, and there was a pageant. Others taking part were Jack Reece, Frances Yahnke, Harold Haubrick, Eldon Browning, Beatrice Siefert, Phyllis Strand, Howard Dunn, Charles Haubrick, Gordon Matzener, Marjorle Mayer, Duane Thompson, lona Wentworth, Harold Warner; Pauline Browning, Paul Dunn, Kathleen Reece, Marjorie 3arnes, Moxine Siefert, Pearl AVent- worth, Alice Moulton, Winnifred Friday, Marvel Halvorson, Bobby Womack, Lydia Mansmlth, Betty Matzener, Lillian Wentworth, Luella Duncan, Maynard Warner, Bernard Anderson, Mviriel Rpece, Leroy Siefert, Dale Siefert, Henrietta'O'Keefe, Alvira Halvorson, Evelyn Mayne, Delores Mayne, and John Matzener. ?50 Given.Away in Prizes— A community, tree and program last .week Wednesday was well attended and a great success. Fifty dollars In cash was given in prizes: Marvin Lloyd, |1S; Evelyn Mayne, $1-0; Warren Lloyd, $5; William Beyse, $5; Minnie Brower, $3;' Mrs. Eva Do/sey, $1; Lurene Lloyd, $1; Joe Mayne,-?5; Herman Herzog, $2; were several other prizes '• Cailies f or Rock valley 'to a re\y days With relatives. [Robert callies. who lias been [tor the past three weeks, will • with them, and Alice Sartor went to week Tuesday with their i who is a cljty welfare went on to Urbana, ..., -t friends \f Pting Mercedes an,* lor hei- on the _.. . will ' Kromjngas, Burt. Lakota, the ,' ana. Mrs. Esther son Arthur, of at 7 the funeral Tlefenthaler, 13, daughter of the Jacob Tlefen- thaler, at Breda. She died last week Tuesday. Frank Derner Is her uncle. . ^ Clmrcli Packed for Program— St. Paul's Lutheran church was packed to capacity .Christmas eve. The program was given by both rooms under 'direction of H. W. Behnke and P. L. .lessen, and consisted of Christmas carols and recitations. • Two Autos In Collision— John Scheller's car collided with a 'Mason City car a mile north -of town on No. 18 one day last week. Both cars were wrecked and had to be hauled in for repairs. Occupants suffered only minor injuries. given.: Boys Lose to Orange Twp.— Saturday morning Coach Laurit- ssen took Greene, Barnes, Osterman, Gabel, Warner, and Black to Waterloo to play Orange township at basketball. They went through the Insane asylum in the afternoon. That night the boys were defeated, 17-14. Mr Lauritzen was coach in that school last year. Girls I^ose But Boys Win— A W«ek ago Friday night the Lone RocK B. B. boys and girls played h,ere, Our girls held the lead for a While, but could not keep it, the final score being 29-15. The boys game was one sided, Ledyard win' nlrigr 30-8. Grades | w Christmae Program— The first and second grades gave a plirlstmas. program Friday after*noon, December 18, at 2 o'clock in Miss Hewitt's room and invited the children's mothers. Following is the program: 1 Other PJay, Marion's ^Christmas Party. ;*t grade group; exercise, Merry Christmas, Edith jorgenson. Otto •Swalv^ Wilma Bujwh; recltattpn. , Enough. |w AV, Raymond Gustaf- eon; fongi HeraWs of Gtory, Maxine Berbow%<ji Marvel Halvorson; reo- VaMfifli ^sp-tog mute' Slav*. Joe Cy«p; %9n«, Away in a Manger, »iay, New Daughter for Laucta— A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck, December 19. Mrs. Lauck was formerly .Ella Meyer. This Is their first child. Other Whittemore. The Theodore Baas and Arnold Baas families. Storden, Minn., came Saturday . to visit Mrs. . William Schmeling, Emmetsburg, who recently underwent an' operation for appendicitis. They are also visiting at the William Lauck home north of Whittemore, Mrs. Lauck and Mrs. Schmeltng are sisters of the Baas brothers. The Henry, Bargmans Sr., and the Hans Thompsons, of Rodman, Henry Bargman Jr., and John Schultz, Milwaukee, Wis., and the Henry Kueckers, the Geo. Maahs, Marie Hahn, Rosella Voight, anS Lillian Heidenwith were Christmas dinner guests at H. F, Schultz'e. Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Kuecker home were: the Will Kueckers, West Bend; the George Maahs, George Schultzes, and the Henry Schultzes. The Doctor Laubenthals, Emmetsburg, were, guests at P. W. Dahlhauser's the same day. The Ferdinand Helse family, Minnesota Lake, spent Christmas at the home of Mrs. Heise's parents, Mr. and Mre. August Schattschneider, and met the baby son of the Frank Schattschnelders for the firs^ time, Ruth and Louis Balgeman are spending the Christmas vacation With their parents, the Frank Bal- gem'ans. Ruth teaches at Cushing and Louis is studying veterinary medicine at Ames; Ava Simpson and friend Mildred Townsend, are spending the Christmas vacation at the William Relmer home. They both teach at Parkersburg. Miss Simpson is a sister of Mrs. Jtelraer. Last week Tuesday Mrs. James O'Brien was taken from the J. W. McCreery hospital to her Jiome north of town. Mra, P'Brien recently underwent an operation for appendicitis. The Ignatius Gappas, Triumph, Minn., and the Andrew Oappa^, Graettingey, spent Christmas at Frank Gappa's. Ignatius and Ajr»: drew are sons of t^e Fran£ Qap»as week We4»eeOay Mrs, " Raweo» score, Mrs. »90»ey won A Great After-Christmas SALE NeverAgainSuchCompleteAssortaient^^Qiw Featuring two Special Groups of High Priced WINTER Models at— Other Higher Priced Goats at Lowered Prices Marvelous Values Georgeous Furs Finest Tailoring Newest Fashions Materials! Broadcloths TweecU Tricolaines Smooth Broadcloths BOLEROS-CAPE SLEEVES-BLOUSE BACKS Advance Sale Prices Now! Why Wait! A Gift for Your Chrittnwi Check f,- .-.*: Department Stores Dress Sale Special Purchase . jBfi 4|MP%iF'p Knitted Wools Fancy I .v:^:

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