Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1931 · Page 6
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' *AQE SIX 1,6. TEAMS AT SWEA CITY WIN SIX CONTESTS Swea City, Jan. 20-Coach Karl tieeiner's high school team defeated (the Algona team 18-14 a week ago last Friday night on Vne Algona «oor. As there was but one veteran player on tbo team, the odds seemed In fa^r of Algona and the results weri more than satlsfacton *o the la^e group of local fans who .attended the game. Llvermo.-ecame . _ . _ i .„!. «. *,-. 1-inlir rlll\VM IX •ae . (here F-lday night to bow dow flCfeat, 23-7. Livermore has a husky team but our boys were to blK too eam •Vilck for them. The Swea City toys meet Algona here this week are still undefeated. the Mllte is the team that -.-••--- _ Cardinal record last year. The C.u- flinals also won from the "House of David" team at Ceylon a week ' last Sunday afternoon, S.-4-. Cards were behind at the qua •but at the half the boys had pla BO swift that they completely _ moralized the bewhlskered boys. Cards played and defeated the Ma of ago The rter .yed de- Tlie . •last week Wednesday . Swea City business men are giv ln<r the Cardinals new jackets. I he tTame of the donating firm is " white lettering on the back, and "S C. C." on one side in front. Swen Cltyan's Father Dies— Last week Monday afternoon the Rev B L. Weaver was called to .East Chain to conduct funeral services for T. A. Wilson, father of Mrs. Wm. Tobln, Swea City, who died January 10. Mr. Wilson was born in Ohio in 1859, and came to Hamilton county when three years old April 9, 1SS9, he married Florence Goodrich, and in 1892 they moved to Kossuth county, where •they lived till 1906. They then mov- •ed into Minnesota, just over tne line from Kossuth. He Ls survived Vby his wife and three daughters: -Mrs Glen Johnson, Minneapolis; Mrs! John Barker, Fairmont; and Mrs. Tobln; also by his mother, •two sisters, and three brothers. Attends Soliool for Teachers— The Rev. B. L. Weaver, Methodist •pastor, spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday at Algona attending a coaching school for Sunday school and other church workers. The dlf- lerent groups will have a coaching school later. This group, consisting of Estherville, Graettinger, Dolliver, JTenton, Armstrong, and Swea City, -will have its school the first weeks in February at Armstrong. The meetings will be held for two hours on six evenings. .34 at F. B. Woman's Meeting— The Harrison township Farm aBureau women met at Mrs. August Teterson's for a follow-up meeting, fourteen women were present. Two iteasoris were given. Mrs. Harold Hoba gave "Home Ground Improvement," and Mrs. T. F. Johnson and Miss Lulu Haglind gave "Personal •Efficiency." . RICE DIRECTOR IN THEATER ALLIANCE Manager N. C. Rice, of the Call, vas elected to the board of directors of the Allied Theater Owners of owa, Inc., at a two-day convcn- ign at Hotel Savery, Des Molnes, ast week Tuesday. Mr. Rice was one of three members of the board ilected for three-year terms. The board consists also of two directors elected for two-year terms, nnd two elected for one-yenr terms. The convention is opposed to a state unusement tax on theaters. The organization was formed In August. During October a district meeting: was .held at the Hotel Al> tona to perfect plans for organirav Ion, at which time Algona business nen were guests of the group at i noon luncheon. The organization las been successfully combating •fforts to Impose a zoning rule on owa theaters. Through this rule theaters in nrger cities would bo favored by llm exchanges and would receive vnnlod pictures before other thea- ers in the state. Under the pros- •nt rule Algonn has many new pic- ures before they are shown in the •Hies, and thp program at the Call •a.n always be compared favorably vlth larger theaters In the state. Mr. and Mrs. Rice returned from De.s Molnes last Thursday evening. RINGSTED OIL STATION IS ROBBED OF $43 BY BANDIT Luke Benson, Ringsted oil sta- ion operator, was held up and re- ieved of $43 a week ago Sunday ty a lone robber. He had started o bank the fire before going home, i'hen the bandit, masked with a ed handkercheif, jammed a gun nto his ribs, with the command to ut his hands up. After rlflng the afe and Mr. Benson's pockets the lanclit left. The force with which he gun'was jammed into Benson's nest just above the heart, left a nark that could still be seen 24 ours later. Iowa Lnk e Knocked — There is to be a meeting of the «portsmen of this district at 'Arm- Strong Thursday night to urge the Mate fish and game department to ^restock Iowa lake. This is the ^prettiest lake in the group and they ttniht It for both hunting and fish- !Mje*se Speaks on Prohibition — Dr. W. H. Lease, of Algona, dis- ffcrict Methodist superintendent, •poke at the church here. Sunday. (SYlday was the tenth anniversary of "She 18th amendment to the federal 'constitution, and prohibition was his Btibject. 9 i 3*aving Assessments Suggested — In regard to the proposed 15 "fclocks of paving the assessments 3or property run from $500 for cor- =ner lots to $225 for individual resi- flence properties. There Ls a gen- -*ral feeling that the price ie still too NEST BOXES FALL AND KILL YOUNGSTER AT GLADBROOK A tier of nest boxes fell and kill- d Marvin, 8-year-old son of the jouis Rehders, Gladbrook farmers, . week ago Saturday morning when lie child was collecting eggs. He ut a strain on the tier of boxes y holding onto a box while col- ecting eggs. The other boy-in^tlie amily was critically ill with pneu- lonia, and a daughter had broken er arm for the second time a few ays previously. ST. BENEDICT CHURCH FINDS '30 GOOD YEAR '*St. Benedict, Jan. 20 — Father B. |ii Loeffelholz distributed the annual financial statement of the St. Benedict Catholic church at mass Sunday morning. As usual, the church Is in prosperous condition. There are 133 pew-holders. Twenty five dollars was donated for the propagation of faith fund, nnd more than $40 to the cemetery fund. Two subscriptions were made to the perpetual cemetery fund. John L. Raskopf and William Arndorfer signed the report with Father Loef- fclholz. The parochial, which Is alsj piospering, now has about 100 pupils. Hanit Statement is Published— A statement of condition of the People's Savings bank as of Decem bcr 31 was published in last week's Advance. It showed the bank to be in its usual safe condition. The bank has no money borrowed and no notes rediscounted. E. F. Ralim, cashier for many years, is known as one of the safest bankers in thltf part of the state. Elevator Plnns Annual Meeting— The annual meeting of the local elevator is scheduled for Monday, January 26, at 2 p. m. P. F. Immerfall is president; Leo M. Arndorfer, vice president; Dan Froeh- lien, secretary-treasurer; John Arndorfer and Ben Recker, additional directors. William Eich is manager. Thore are 55 stockholders. Sodality Gives Curd Party— The Young Ladles Sodality had a card party last week Tuesday evening at the hall, and it was well attended. "Five hundred" was played, and refreshments were served. The high score for the women was won by Mrs. Julius Arndorfer, and for the men by Ed Rosenmeyer. Nurse Here Has Algona Case— Amelia Arndorfer, R. N., was at home Sunday afternoon but returned to Algona, where she is caring for Tony Klrsch, the laundry man, who has been, critically sick two weeks with bloodpoisoning and is hot making rapid recovery. Kutsclinra Sale Is Success— The Lou Kutschara farm sale lost week Wednesday was well attended, and everything sold at a good price. The Kutscharas are moving to Clear Lake, where they have purchased a home. Jfowlywotls Home from Honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Rahm got home- last Thursday evening' from St. Paul, where they had spent a two weeks honeymoon with iMf*. Rahm's sister, Mrs. Clifford Dehnert. ^ l Card Chib Is Entortalned.*- Mr. and Mrs. Martin Seller entertained their club Inst Thursday evening. The time was spent at "BOO", and refreshmetits. were served at n late hour. Other St* Benedict. Editor W. C. Dewel, of the Kossuth County .Advance, and the Farm editor, W. J. Payne, visited the village Friday. They were In search of a correspondent here, and secured Mrs. Emll F. Arndorfer, formerly Dorothy Elsenbarth. Mrs. Arndorfer wli'l be grateful, to all Who give her news for her column. iMr. and Mrs. Albert Qarmann, of Blue Earth, and their .son Harold George were guests of Mrs. Garmann's parents here Monday and when they went home were accompanied by Mrs. Gannann's sister Bernadine, who Is spending a week or two at Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Elsenbarth, a son and their daughter, Mrs.'Emll Arndorfer, were Algona shoppers Saturday. Mrs. Elsenbarth spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Arndorfer. ' Mr. and Mrs. Emtl Arndorfer were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer. Mr. Rosenmeyer has been sick, but is improving rapidly now. Air. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer and Ed Rosenmeyer were guests of the Messrs. Rosenmeyers' sister, Mrs. Martin Miller, at Des Molnes last week. Christine Elsenbarth, employed at Algona, spent Saturday evening and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Eisenbarth. 'Bernadine Arndorfer, Chicago, who has been at home since the holidays, visited friends at Algona last week. Ella Simon, employed at the Algona hotel, spent Sunday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. Mary Simon. Mrs. Mary Fasbender attended a sale Tuesday ait her sister Mrs. Charles Marso's, near Cryetal Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Arndorfer were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Arndorfer, northwest of Algona. Mrs. William Arndorfer was a visitor last week Wednesday after noon at Mrs. William Elch's. Mr. and Mrs. William Arndorfer were Sunday afternoon visitors at Isadore Meyer's. Mrs. Jacob Fehr is reported among the'sick. • Infant Son Dies. Wesley. Jan. 20 — Leroy, 15 months' old son of Mr. and Mrs. Heinmn Krull, near Woden, died at 8 o'clock last week Wednesday eve ning. He had been sick with pneumonia and complications. KUTSCHARA'S SALE, SEXTON, BIG SUCCESS Sexton, .Tah. 20 — The Lou Kut' schara sale last Wednesday was largely attended and everything brought a high price. Cows brought from $70 to $90; horses, $70 and up. Machinery was • sold at'com- paratively high figures. Potatoes brought $1.45 a bushel. A 1925 Ford tudor was said at $«|8. Small hogs brought $3.40 each; large hogs, $7 to $8. The .household goods went at good figures. Mr. and Mrs. Kutschara, have purchaseg a house In Clear Lak e and will take possession late In February.. The Frank Ben- teles will have the Kutschara farm. The Aid served at the Kutschara farm sale last week Wednesday, and •took In $95, It also served at the Roy Wadleigh sale last week Tuesday. This sale was poorly attended. Mr. and Mrs. Wadleigh will move to Indiana, where they have bought a farm. The Kutschara sale was advertised In the Advance. Oscnr Hnnnnomls Lose Home— The farm home of Mr. and IMrs. Oscar Hammond was burned to the ground last Thursday at midnight. Mi-, .nnd Mrs.. Hammond were at Wesley, guests ' at the Chester Smith home. They stopped at Ed Hammond's, north of Wesley, on the way 'home! The phone rang there and Mrs. Ed Hammond answered only to hear that the Oscar Hammond house was on fire. The Hammonds all hurried to the place and found the., whole house afire and .falling In. Nothing could be done then, and nothing was saved. All the family has left Is what they had on. They are staying with Oscar's parents, Mr. and' Mrs. Ed Hammond, for the time being. Mrs.- Hammond was formerly Pearl Smith, of Sexton. . .' fwtrt at ttie Kosstilh !MriHMito (i Qulnn g In New Location— Otto' Neuman recently received word from M. E. Qulnn, former^ grocer here, to ship ' the Quifm, goods to a suburb of Clinton. The Quinns are getting settled In .a new home, and Mrs. Qulnn is Improving in health. Mr. Qulnn writes that there is no work at all at Clinton. Everyone is Hooking for something to do, but nothing- can be found. Olsen Relative Badly Hurt— Melvin Olsen received word Sunday of a serious accident suffered by his cousin, Arnold Schumacher, of Burt. Arnold was sawing wood Afflict* Mrs. A. L. Greenfield has been having ft serious tfme of Jt with the flu. flottf ears gathered and broke, and he> eyes have been swollen and Infected. She Is slightly improved now. \ Rand Concert Last Night— The Sexton band will give Hs second concert under the direction of Fritz Oranszow, of Algona, this week Wednesday evening , at the Sexton hall. , Sti-8. W«rmers«n 'Sick Again— Mrs, Harvey Steven spent several days last week with her mother, Mrs. John Wermersen, Algona, who is again seriously sick. See Noted Pnsslon PIny-i. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven were at Mason City Monday and at tended a showing of the Passion play at -the collsoum. Other Sf\ton News. .Mrs. Dora Ferrlgan got home from Chicago one day last week She had been there since October rt.7, the guest of her daughter Maf caret, now Mrs. Alfred Faulkner Mi', and Mrs. Faulkner run an'apatt' ment house. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gross, west of Sexton, have moved to Rockford where Mr. Gross will be employee • on a farm. He Is the son.,of Mi- and Mrs. Elmer Gross, formerly pf Plum Creek, now -of Rockford. ' Nell;'Wise returned last week Wednesday from Woden, where sh had spent a few days with,, her niece, Mrs. Martin Hinders." Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond esley. spent Sunday afternoon and Monday with Mrs. Hammond's mother, Mrs. Amy Smith. 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Erdman en tertained at a card party Friday night. Refreshments were served The . Jos. Arndorfers, Algona .spent Monday at John Stall's, an< the men butchered a beef. Mr/ and Mrs. Ix>yd Steven took Sunday "dinner with Mrs. .Steven' •mother, Mrs. G. B.. Wise., ••'•• jMirs. John . Harris is' '' improving but"sHe" sMil'':has v th ;r^miin at th hospital se've'ral' •wfecks. ,' "•• jArhoJd' -Hintz'and Jack] Brewster •Algona, spent Sunday at Henry Ne" son's,' north"' of Sexton. ' , Rose Kutschara. has returned from Chicago, where she spent a fes months with relatives. There were 32 persons at Sunda; school Sunday in spite of a snow storm. James, little son of Mr. and Mrs Mack Wise, has been having th flu. August Kirschbaum has improve and is again able to be outdoors • .Fenton, Sfy'ttli^ffa Jenten In. lepertdent ^basketball * team' enter- talri£d the Lone ttock • quintet on tie locat fldof last 'week Wednesday night and succeeded in trouncing henj, 50-27. The. gttme started fast, ,nd 'the Tigers ,«core^l ^consistently and were never in danger, Timely posses and deadly shots were fre- lueht. At Half time the Tigers were eading, 26-11 Stoeber, Wetebrod, and Alder-Son, .were the local high scorers; Muskamp, Dltsworth, and Qefonsln also scored, and every >layer shbw^d ability. The Bancroft Lilofris will play here this wetk Friday^ night;, ; They .^vere debated by the^Tlgers at Bancroft in the holidays In an. overtime ' JY rfffp tin . MMa, lM . LOOK, OVER OUR .W ANT-ADS. fMr. a«a Mrs. R. H. „,„ lft«t, ThurMfty and-*Friday „. a MoineS. ^ " . "•'• There Will be services Thoma*' ( Episcopal 'church s evening at 7:80. Mr. ahd Mrs, D. H. Gooder, to Mdsori City Saturday n | g j,' spent Sunday there. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer. the week-erid with Mr. an .,' John Guyer, Waterloo. Elug-ene Huber, "Wesley brought to the Kossutii H O , last Thursday for medical i. ment. " Mrs. W. H. Freeman and ter went,to Nevada Sunday a spend a week or so at the s lum. FOR SALE, CHEAP: Kl Kook, 'almost new. Cull A Camera FREE '.-••'•. . ' * . !'want each boy and girl to have an Ansco camera, I :BE. We will give you a Trade Card, and when I IXhia card is traded out you get A DOLLAR ANSCO FREE ?iEvery purchase will be punched against your card,! : and when all ($10.00) is punched out we will give ' the camera. : v Or if you would rather We will allow you | ONE DOLLAR . on purchase of larger camera. Call and get your card,] Lusby's Drug Store NOW COMES OUR FINAL ,'•,$' ' ,'-,'•'! . ! /'i^' l ~~ -^~' An event many have learned to wait for when a foliar doubled its Ordinary Buying Power incubators Have Arrived— Two Pereime, 16,000-capaclty jelectrlc Incubators have arrived for the new Swea City Hatchery, and were installed last week. This is the ffirat hatchery to be located at Swea City. Martin Dahl is manager. aiH Atd'ncl Night School— The night school here is becoming more and more popular. The -last meeting was attended by SO farmers and 35 farm women. This la the only Smith-Hughes nigh •school In Kossuth. Other Swea City. The Legion Auxiliary at Titonka '.gave a benefit card party las '"Thursday night. Attending from -Swea City were Messrs. and Mes • dames Herbert Winters, Earl Han sen, Hoy Bnivendor, Buell Pearson Art Chrlstensen, and Henry Mey era. Richard Krumm and Allan Poole gwmbers of lust year's high schoo ""^ieairi, are members of the freshma basketball squad at Coe colleg Richard plays forward and Allan is •one of thp throe outstanding candl- • dates fdV' the pivot place. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton -left Saturday for Topeka, Kan., to attend the marriage of their son, "William E., to Dorcas Gilmore. The wedding IH to take place at the home of the bride's parents this •week Wednesday. The Legion Auxiliary sponsored a quilting party at the Legion hal last week. The quilts are to be sen to the needy veterans who are unemployed. The chapter hoped t< have six or more quilts made. Myron L. Johnson, of Eagle town •hip, was among local members o ^he Farm Bureau to attend th state federation convention in De aioines last week. Mr. Johnson 1 m. former county president. Fred Miehe and Curtis Kluger re oently went to Maynard to atten •*he sale held by Mr. Miehe's neph «w, Walter Miehe. Fred, who is th .local auctioneer, cried his nephew •ale. Two electric Incubators were in •tailed at the Swea City hatcher Ttest week. They have a total ca 1>acity of 32,000 eggs. The hatcher ^fll open for business in a fe\v 4»ys. has Sale Begins • • - * ft"!/ 1 * In fact there will be desirable goods offered from the various departments that you can use to good advantage for just one-half its original worth. : , Jan. 23 WINTER CO ATS Our entire stock of women's and misses' fur trimmed cloth coats, Lask|n Lamb and our one fur coat —not a garment reserved —all go at just r Half Price See them in Garment Section. SILK DRESSES We have taken from our regular stock over one hundred desirable silk dresses for this sale to be offered for just Half Price See them in Garment Section. About One Hundred Wash DRESSES —at— LESS THAN HALF PRICE A splendid group of desirable tub frocks made from colorfast prints and representing values originally priced up to $1.95. Final Clearance Alg Gloves, Hosiery, Silk, Racks loaded with Garments—Tables heaped with desirable goods from all departments conveniently arranged for your choosing, Silks, Woolens, Cotton Dress Fabrics, Draperies. Rugs, Bedding. Sweaters, • ww A I 1? HALF PRICE All at Children's Dresses and Coats, and many other items. Wool, and Cotton Under" wear, Novelties, Haiid ^""^^"^^^^^^^^'^^^^^^^•^••^w Bags, Scarfs, and many other items, Women's and Misses' 69 c each Christensen Bros. Co. "Algona's Garmet Center" See them on lower floor. LESS THAN HALF PRICE About two hundred pairs of ox* fords and pumps representing values that were originally priced up to $6.50. Final Clearance ^Hr QHBr ^Mr J^PI^^MP4||l4Hr See them | n

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