Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1931 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 5, 1931
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>> -, , flLI ,f t *1 $ PAGE POtJR FENTON QUINT WHITTEMORE PLAY FAST GAME World^ Largest Dirigible Nears CompfeUori WB BO OUB OWIT 1BS8 BIB SIGHT SPECIALIST AI.OOSA, IOWA DR F. E. SAWYER Used Cars 1—1929 Ford Tudor 1—1929 Whippet coach 1—1929 Ford coupe 1—1929 Durant sedan 1—1929 Ford roadster 1—1927 Chrysler coupe 1928 Dodge Bros, truck -TERMS— KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 434 AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa Service— —Sales I Fenlon. Feb. 3 — Fenton was forced into an overtime period to defeat Whittemore 29-26 Friday. [ The local defense allowed Whltte- i more many shots. At half time Whittemcre was holding a 15-13 lead but at the end of the third quarter i Fenton led 22-21. In tht last quar- i ter both teams battled harder than ! ever, and with a minute and forty ' second.* left to play the score was -.:ed 24-24. Krause then made a one-hand shot from the corner, and Heller, of Whittemore. came back : .vith a goal to tie again just before ; the whistle blew. In the overtime | Hahn. Whittemore guard, fouled i Dreyer. who made a free throw, putting Fen:on ahead. Then Krause! made another field goal to end the i scoring. E. Heller and Behnke i played be it for Whittemore. Kraus e | i scored 20 points for Fenton. ! Surprise Honors Burt Couple— i Fenton re'Jlives and friends of Mr. I and Mrs. C. O. Bailey surprised them at their home at Burt Friday ' evening. Bridge formed amusement j for the evening-aft-rr which refreshments were served by the guests The world's largest dirigible, the Akron, which la being constructed for the navy nt the Goodyear Zep... . pelin factory at Akron, Ohio, Is rapidly nearlng completion, the huge 70-foot nose having recently been i Attending were the F. C. Bailey and j pnt in p i ace . T n i s photograph shows tn% metal skeleton of the airship. Frank Bailey families. Mrs. Kate Newel, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Weber Jager, and son Clarence. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer. the Henry Schulte family, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnestad. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ohm. Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske. Mr and Mrs. Clar- rnc e Wegener and children, allj>f Fenton and Dr. and Whitlow, Swea City. pies from town attended. Mrs. Harry Haase won a prize. A. H. Krause. Frank Bailey, and Kenneth Stephenson attended a district poultry and egg dealers organization meeting at Ringsted last Thursday afternoon. The Baileys | Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp hlgh phy, Mary Ford, and Martha Mescher. C. O. F. Card Party Given— At the weekly C. O. F. card party lasl week Wednesday evening there were 18 tables of "500." Florence McGilligan and Charles Lappe won i horne at jnwood. Send a Box of Candy for a Valentine Touch her heart and win her love by sending her a fine Heart Box of our delicious Chocolates for VALENTINE'S DAY Algonquin Confectionery J. F. BEHL3EEE 101 East State Street. ALGOXA, IOWA \> IIIL.IU" , £3^*r<l v^,v,. . it.*. *^~*.~j~, expect to leave soon for their new drove to Canton. S. D.. Sunday to ,.,,., ! I witness the ski jump contest. It jy| a Vaske to be Mnmed— j was estimated that 13.000 were pres- Banns of matrimony between Ella To Enter District Music Contest— t ent. Vaske and Arnold Schiltz were pub; The local school's girls' Glee club! Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Jensen enter-1 lished for the first time Sunday at ' Is to take part in a district musical | tained their bridge club last Thurs-, St. John's church. ! contest in March. The final state ! day night. High score was won by , . i lined for scarlet fever. This is the first quarantine here this winter. east of Lotts Creek. >st in .\iarcn. ine until DUIIC : ua> m&iii. in&n ov.^i<> ,,*« >-,vn ~.. i _„ *s „ ; contest will be held early in May at' Henry Schulte. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Foth *?mUy tnte- Quarant.ne: Iowa City. The local orchestra will Schulte substituted. ! T«<? Geo. Foth familj are quaran- ; ateo be entered. The orchestra con; slats of 11 members: first violin. Hazel Weisbrod, Harold Xewel, Karl ] from Dr. W. D. Andrews for sinus I .y gona Academy Quint Wins— I Schwartz; second violin, Arnold j trouble. f St Cecelia's academy, of AJgona, j friends Kuecker, Gerald Voight; cello, Ber-1 Mrs G . p. Rockwood and little i defeated the St. John's team 29-7 at i received many Lotts Creek A photographer was at the parochial school last Thursday, and the children and the teacher had a picture taken. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kressln, their daughter Olivia, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz visited at the John Kohlwes home Friday night. The marriage of Arnold, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, to Margaretha Snider -took place last Thursday at the Lutheran parsonage. The couple will live on a farm tha Huskamp: cornets, August] son Roxy , -\vorthington. Minn., have j Algeria Fridar evening. j Krause, Harold Geronsin; bass: t jeen visiting at the parental Den-j ^drurn, Arthur Kuecker: snare drum, j n j s smith's since Saturday. j Other Bancroft 'Raymond Tietz: piano. Maxlne j Julia Ames . former Fenton teach-1 Amhpnse . Keamgv . and A shower was given Sunday night at Mrs. Otto Ruhnke's in honor of Margaretha Snider, and many attended. The bride-to-be gifts. Lunch was served. Another shower was given Mondaj- night at Mrs. Otto Liesen, , _.-.... er's, and again she received many Tietz: piano. Maxine JuHa Ames former Fenton teach-1 Am6rose . Kennedy and Corrine f gifts. , Weisbrod. The instructor is Mar-j ^ now al Brltt> spent the week .j Xemmers left Sunda ' r for Minneapo- Mrs. Arthur Kressln had her ton- tna (.Timert. | en( i at the R c Goetsch home, j ]is co atten d the Xew York Style' stls remo%'ed at Burt one day last Pond Sneaker at Banauet— i Mrs " ^" ilb * rt Hulldorff entertain- show and" do the spring buying for week. Til V^thP onrt "ni h^nuet ser ! ed at a quilting party Friday after- Kennedy Bros. They jvere accom- A "oOO" party took place at Mr. The lather and son banquet se, ; noon ff ^ ^ ^ ^cMson by Ed | and Mrs. George Winkers Friday TuLdav evening was ^U^ttendl^ ! Verdelt Lauritzen. Whittemore, | Kennedy, who was a business visitor \ night, and among the guests ; and S07 was cleared. After dinner j spent the week-end at Henry j here last weefir. talks were given by Lawrence i Haase's. , | At the Sacred Heart parish card i I" GroverReed 1 Glaus, who spoke on what a son ex-i Mrs. J. T. Snyder was called to! party at Ledyard Tast week Wednes-1 ' om P e ' - Nlr - " r ;" ^:° \, gli pects of his father, and O. J. Step-j Lake City Monday by illness of her! day evening- Bancroft citizens- took a | ™' a " u - lr *!: ±Tp ^rr^'anfT Afra 1 henson, on what a father expects | mother, Mrs. H. G. Losse. j number of prizes; Joe Baltz re -fi j nre n-ioen, -nr. ana -irs. : of his son Dr. O. M. Bond, of | Matilda Kressin entertained Lily: ceived the door prize and Mrs. Joe ! P tv ert ^ ! Storm Lake, was the speaker of thej Ra sm ussen and Margie Kleinheksel j Fox and' Frank: TToiTn-™n tvnn h-o-h ^' ner • evening, and his subject was. "The! at dinner Sunday evening. : scores at: "oOO." LONG'S Groceries - Meats - Fruits USE THE PHONE MOTHER'S BREAD — TRY THE SEW lOc LOAF Friday and Saturday We will retail eggs at the same price we pay farmers—eat more eggs. were i lfr - anfl lrr& ' Otto Lfesener, Mr. and Nick Gengfer, Theodore HelTmun won high Boy of Today, the Man of Tomor-j Martha Gilbert. English and mus-i jr r . an d' Mrs: A. B; Lapps- enter- row." Fenton people hope to secure ic lea cher, spent the week-end at! tained at eight tables of "oOO" Sun- and 3frs. Peter Mr. and Jfrs. Andrew ETbert, Mr. [ and Mrs. WTrfiam Elbert, Mr. and! 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 PRESTOXE FREEZING SOLUTION Prestone, $3.50 gallon; was $5.00. Used Cars 1929 6-cyl. Chev. coupe 1929 6-cyl. Chev. coach 1926 Chevrolet sedan Model A Ford Tudor 1929 Chev. 6 sedan landau \Villis Knight sedan Kohlhaas Bros. PHONE 200 Woman's Club Hears The Woman's club met last week j : Monday at Mrs. F. H. John's: Mrs. i E. K. Johnson, assisting hostess. • There were IT members In attend- j ance, and roll call was answered I j with current events. A program I ; of guitar music by Elvira Wehr-1 ' spann and Ruth Hantelmann, and a : . debate by Mesdames G. D. Belken,; A. H. Meyers, E. A. Weisforwl, and: J. A. Schwartz was given. A two- • course luncheon followed adjourn- j ment. i Mrs. William Lucke, Mr. and Mrs.! IDoccor Bond a.ain at so™ future j hel . home ' in '^^ j ^^nl^"^"^-RecK-er 'and ™£ Mr & Tnd £, ^cob IvTnke" [ : (Iate - Th * Leroy Newels Hartley, vis- piorian Hellhraiv won high scores, and Mr _ and Jrrs L A ^ nfcelj the rro^n- j ^-eY £• M^I^^Sef-1 ff ^^ *** ** ™* ^ ^cTwfs se^ *"" ^^ I Mr. and Mrs; Alphxmse- Lensfng- A number- of Lotts- Creek young entertained at four tables of "500" j people attended a basketball game last Thursday evening. Mrs. George i at Fenton Saturday night. Fienton Fangman and A. A. Droessler won defeated a Whittemore team. GREENWOOD AND RAMSEY IN F, 6, MEET; BANCROFT high scores and' Mrs: Ed Schemmel. I Mrs. Herman Mlttag enteTtafned' i cut. Mr. and Mrs: Albert Kressin, Mr. and Mrs. A. FT. Foth enter- j and Mrs. Hugo- MTttag; Mr. and Mrs. j tained at five tables-of briiJge Son-1 Robert Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs-. WaT-j day evening. Mrs. Mike Droessler j ter Ohm, and" Kathryn and 1 Vernon I and F. J. Welp won high scores, j Ohm at Sunday dinner, and Mrs. A. A. Droessler and P. J- Sister and Brother Kntertafn— Schiltz won the cur prize. Bancroft, Feb. 3—A joint meeting Hans T)ooce returned - last ' the Ramsey-Greenwood township | Wednesdav after a montft . wfth Helen and Homer Huskamp en- j Farm Bureau was held last week | fiister m New Tbrk _ JIr . j^^ Is tertained friends at their home! Wednesday evening in the high northwest of town Friday night- • school auditorium. A musical pro-, e Five hundred was played at nine! gram was given prior to the speech- ' the blacksmith ar Deilering's- gar- tables. High scores were won by Salina Hantelman and Gerhard Witkopf, and consolation f>S" Vera Dammon and Paul Eigler. Refreshments followed. es, by a pick-up orchestra com- Mrs. J. H. Sheridan and" son Pftfl posed of Mrs. Roy Miller, Myrle le£t Saturday for Rock -Valley for a Woltz, and Mrs. E. J. Seeney, vio- j short visi: - THe >" drove to Canton lins; the Rev. C. E. Bryden, man- idolin; Margaret Howe, trombone; S. D., Sunday to meet. attend the slrit Tigers Win from Whittemore— Saturday the Whittemore independents lost to the Tigers 56-39. The first half was fought on even terms ending 23-17 in the Tigers' favor. The second ha.lt" was disastrous for! Whittemore. Jorgens and I Harold Miller, cornet; and Helen) The office rooms- of Dr. J. A. De- [ sMp K ossut f, Bryden, piano. Old-time fiddling vine were repainted' and" repapered • was furnished by Mr. Woltz and his [ last week. Nick- Xemmers did the son Merle and the Vaske trio played i work. TOTTCE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kcssuth county- State of Iowa, Plaintiff,. vs. One Certain Automobile, Defendant. To Floyd E'. Tftompsonr Tbu are frerefcy notified' that onj the 24th day of January, A. D. I9SI. j a Search Warrant--was Issued from I the office of L. A. WTnkel, Justice! of Peace In and for Algona town- j Iowa, against j Instruments and t certain liquors; ; contributed. materials used in violation of law In the matter of the sale and transpor- several selections. Mrs. J. H. War- | Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Olson and Mr. | tation of Intoxicating- liquor. That burton^ Lakota, gave a report on thej and Mrs. G. O. Anderson. Swea I under and by virtue of said Search Warrant, search was made on the 26th day of January, A. D. 1931. and one certain Ford Tudor Model A au; tomobtle, factory No. 347Q524. 1931 I from Rockfbrd, lit., Monday after Bancroft B. B. Girls Beaten — ten days- with her daughter, The Bancroft girls received their j Earl Elliott. ! RiDgsted Girl to be Bride— Mrs. G. M. Miller attended „, ! shower at the Gus Jacobson homel Tuesda y evening at the hands of Lu a third defeat of the season last week 1 Mr. and" Mrs-. Tuttte, Cedar Falls, Mrs. j Ifcense Xo. 46-SOO, was found, the same being at said time used in the at Ringsted Thursday evening. The shower was in honor of Lydia Xel- Verne, 2S-21. Bancroft jumped to an early lead, but the visitors were spent the week-end here on business. Mrs. Alfred Pearson entertained son. who is to be a near future. bride in the | ane ad before the half ended. Thel the Lutheran Aid last Thursday af- last half was close and interesting, j ternoon. with the locals coming within three | Mrs. C. P. Hanson returned from points of tying the score in the last i Omaha Saturday after several days A married men's basketball team | quarter. The public school cagers j with her son Frank and his family. Married B. B. Team Organized- conveyance of intoxicating liquor in Kossuth county, Iowa. You are further notified that information against said conveyance has been filed in the above entitled Court as provided under Section 2009 of the 1927 Code of Iowa, asking that said conveyance be con, .-L inai.icu meiio ijut»%.t!i.uaii icaiu i quarter, me puouc scnooi cagers .• with her son Frank, and his family, derrmed and dealt with according to 'recently organized consists of coun- i defeated St. John's in a slow, ragged; Fred Becker, Mason City, spent )a w aml that the hearing on said Now/ try and town players, with Harry game. Bancroft won a doubleheader \ SwraJay and Monday at the Frank The j Lappe home. The Wflbur Fox family spent last "hursday with the Bill Austemlers, Eagle Grove. Mrs. M. L. Schiltz spent Friday 2c a Mile COACH FARE A Reduction of Nearly Haase as manager. Six games have j at Lone Rock Friday evening, already been scheduled with sur-1 girls' game was rough, the final) rounding towns. [score being 18-15, and the boys won „ , ..... „ . a slow game, 27-23. i I- anner .s \\ ife Has Pneumonia— I Mrs. Martin Thompson, north of I town, is ill with penumonia. Alma Madson, trained nurse from Rock, is in attendance. Lone I John Meyer Loses Brother— John Meyer was called to Elkader early last week by news of the death i of his eldest brother, August. Buri ial took place last week Wednesday. Other Fenton N *Ia effect JOT a test period, Feb. 1 to April 30. Future action depends on response oj public to this extraordinary, low fare. between DES MOINES, AMES, JEWELL, WEBSTER CITY, EAGLE GROVE, GOLDFIELD ALGONA and Intermediate Points Take advantage of this sensational reduction in rail fare. Lowest in cost of all forms of transportation ... a saving of 44% over regular train fare. Children half fare. Baggage —50 Ibs. on full fare ticket; 25 Ibs. on half fare ticket. For information and tickets apply to YOUR LOCAL TICKET AGENT 134$ CHICAGO & NORTH WESTERN Tic Bat of Everything in the Bttt of At West RAILWAY j The F. C. Bailey family, Mr. and j Mrs. A. H. Krause, Mr. and Mrs. E. I C. "Weisbrod and Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Vv'aite and son John were Sunday dinner guests of the Herman Hus- kamps. The Henry Schulte, Weber Yager and Clarence Wegener I families were guests the same day I at the E. K. Johnson home. j Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod entertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Theadora Weisbrod, Mrs. Viola Mitchel and children, the John Wallace and I Charles Weisbrod families. The Dr. A. W. Whitlow family, Swea City. Third Parish Party Given— The third of a series of parish card parties was held last week Tuesday evening in St. John's church basement. Mrs. Ambrose Kennedy received the door prize. In "500" Clarence Diers and Lenora Hutchinson won high, and Clem Elsbecker and Mrs. Joe Menke, low. I Mrs. Tom Garry and Tony Foth won ' high scores at bridge and Glen Sharp, Lone Rock, and Evelyn Coyne won low scores. and Saturday with her daughter, ilrs. Priester, Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hilpipre, Alden, Minn., visited the C. L. McCoys Sunday. The Adelbert Conlon family spent Sunday with relatives at Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Recker are parents of an S-Ib. boy born Friday. RJEAP THE ADVANCE WANT APS Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ruske and Dr. color, and Mrs. E. W. Ruske were guests Kennedy Store is Redecorated— The Kennedy Bros. Department Store is being painted and re-decorated for the spring season. Lafe Simmons is doing the painting am Al Meyers the decorating. The walls and ceiling are being done in cream and with the decorating it gives th< store a real touch of spring. A trel Its has been placed above the shelves on the east side, and interwoven with chrysanthemums of every law and that the hearing on said matter will come before the District Court of Kossuth county. Iowa, at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, on the 16th day of March, A. D. 1931, at which time and place you j may appear and show cause, if any j you have, why said vehicle should j not be forfeited and dealt with asj provided by law. Dated this 31st day of January, A. D. 1931. (Signed) GAYLORD D. SHUMWAY. County Attorney, 21-22 Kossuth County, Iowa. the Baby ^tewart large can grape fruit -ISc Insist on Ferndell and Baby Stewart Brands of any. thing. We will fill jour phone orders for MEAT—Try us. FREE! FREE! Buy a can of Oriental Show You Chop Suey and get a can of noodle* and a bottle of Show Y6u sauce free. HURRY. . . WE WAST EGGS White's GROCERY SPECIALS FBffiAY AID SATURDAY Beans, white— 5 Ibs. 39c Mustard— Quart jar _ 19c Cookies, fancy, 2 Ibs. 39c Cocoa, Mothers' 2 Ib. pkg. 28c Cheese* -full cream, Ib. _. 21 c Super Sods, 4 pkgs. 28c Catsup— Large bottle Prunes,. W to SO 9*9 * Santa, Clara 4 Ibs CO C TheVfears Furniture Event Foster's February Sale NOW GOING ON I Without a doubt the outstanding; SaLa of the year, and one which will long ha remembered. Here we have combined newness at' sfcytev completeness of variety and lowest of prices for yotrr consideration. A Durable Jacquard Velour Suite A mighty fine living room suite for mighty little money. You most see it to appreciate how much value you're getting for your money. Large, full size, comfortable pieces, carefully upholstered, Sofa and either chair, only prices Everything in our store at greatly reduced during our February Sale. FOSTER FURNITURE CO. A small payment will hold goods for a later delivery. |IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM Wellendorf Chicks- WHY? at the Frank Bailey home Sunday. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod returned last week Tuesday from Decorah, where she had spent the past two weeks helping care for Stanley Munch, who has been recovering from a recent operation for appendicitis. The Arnold Klatts have moved Into the Henry Warner cottage, and Mrs. Emilie Melnke and her aged father will move into the house vacated by the Klatts, which Mrs. Meinke recently purchased. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Stow, Burt, gave an aluminum demonstration at the Peter Hayenga home east of Friday evening. Several CPU Shower Honors Mildred Scblltz— A miscellaneous "shower was held last Thursday evening at the Forrester Hall in honor of Mildred Schiltz, who will become the bride of John Haupert next Tuesday. About 70 guests were present. Five hundred was played at 16 tables, with Adella Vaske winning high score; Armella Menke, second; Mrs. Angeline Haupert, low. Five Take Teachers' Exaius— The following girls took teachers' examinations at Algona last Thursday and Friday: Rosalia Walsh, Esther Hutchinaon, Rosemary 34ur- Because we devote our entire time to one breed, White Leghorns, we cull and select continually not Just me. ^orms and worming are a tremendous drain on vitality of breeding stock, which Is transmitted to are the reasons our stock has made a record for livabilitv auick maturirv a^rt th^ ex- equipment made, with separate Sanitary hatchers and its many conveniences. :e custom hatching tha.n ever before, at reduced prices ^ Mwv«sm«?ttvw l^s^gsr^z^^ and Hatchery Chick feed »u4 Feeders HillllllDIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIUIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIilllUIIIIUllllllUli Feat Litter

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