Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 19, 1931 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 19, 1931
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Max Schrader, and Normnn Sanderson were made second clnss HcoutH. Other boys who attended and received one or ' more badges of honor were Charles Hanna. Ronald Klvldge, Wlllard Stow, Donton and Keith Thaves, William Olddlngs, and Bale Kennedy. P. F. Krlethe, O. C. Oiddlngs.'and Hugh McDonald drove the cars, and Mr, OtterneHs also accompanied the boys. Mrs. Rimer Nelson, Fort Dodge, returned with them and spent a few days with her mother, Mrs. Mary McDonald. Hurt Township Gleaners Meet— The Burt township Gleaners met at the home of Mrs. Frank Bahling last week Wednesday, afternoon. The program Included: ftoll call, Old Valentines; "Ten Commandments for Farmers," read by Mrs. Merle Richards; "The Big Little Things," by Mrs. Frank Bahling. Mrs. Carl Bahling, who attended the Iowa Home Week at Ames as delegate from Burt and Portland townships, gave her report. Edna Staley also attended and gave a report. 'urewcll for Mrs. C. 0. Bailey— Mrs. J. K. Thoreson entertained at dinner followed by bridge last Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. C. O. Bailey, who moved to Inwood Friday. Other guests were Mrs. C. R., Whalen, Mrs. Le Roy Boettcher, Mrs. M. M. Chlpman, Mrs. J. (.1. Gerhards, Mrs. F. C. Gibbons, Mrs. II 13. Ladcndorff, and the latter's sister, Mrs. J. R. Lappfn, Cedar Ilaplds. Community Club Has Banquet— Nearly 40 persons attended a Community, club dinner at the Marvin hotel last Thursday evening. A program was given: address, the Rev. L. Rlchmann; readings, Joseph Graham and Beada Kollaach; talk, F. E. Rubey, Ames. There were short talks besides and reports various committees. KOSSUTH COUNTY AOVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA PAGE spent a tew days over the week-end at the home of her daughter, Mrs. F. L. Kherson. The Owen Chlprhans left Saturday for their home at Milwaukee, W'is., after spending a week at the E. 6. Chlpman home. Willis Chlpman left Friday night for Milwaukee, Wis., after spending a vacation with his parents, the C. B. Chlpmans. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Peterson, of Fort Dodge, visited over Sunday with Mrs. Peterson's parents, the E. O.'Manns. The Rev. J. 13. Clifton attended the Methodist ministers' Pentecostal meeting In Algona Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. C. C. Smith returned Friday from Eldora, where she spent a few days with her friend, , Mrs. Dorrls Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf entertained a number of friends at ". r )00" last Friday evening. Mrs. .T. W. Dorrance has been confined, to her home by the "flu" the past week. Mr. and Mrs. L. Roetman, Dolll- ver, visited Sunday at the O. G. Stow home. Gladys, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nelson, has been 111 with pneumonia. , The Fortnightly club met at Mrs II. S. John's last week Wednesday afternoon. Don Clapsaddle, Algona, spent the week-end with his uncle, Dr. J. G Clapsaddle. Arlene Steward, Bancroft, Is again working at the Paul MacAuley home.. Mrs. Walter Sorenson Is helping with the work at the Marvin hotel Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Gerhards are iparents of a son, born Friday. soph's church this week, with mass at 9 a. m. Wednesday, and at 8 a. m. Friday. After this week, services will he held each Wednesday evening nt 7:30, every Friday morning at 8. every Sunday afternoon a,t 2:30; in addition to the regular services. Sturtor Home Again — Emma Studer returned Sunday from Mercy hospital, Mason City, following a stay of many weeks. She expected to come earlier, but was taken with pleurisy, which confined her to her bed throe days. Her mother, Mrs. Nathan Studer, has nearly recovered from an attack of flu. M,'H, HOFFMAN, TEACHER HERE IN 904, IS DEAD Supt. Overmyer received a clipping from the Davenport Democrat & Leader recently, telling of the death February 1 of Milton H. Hoffman, who was principal of the Central school when Mr. Overmyer came to Algona In 1904. After leaving here, Mr. Hoffman went to Wesley, where he was head of the schools for a while. WESLEY CHURCH HEARS SERVICE BY WODEN TEAM of Ten Attend S. S. Institute— The Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifton, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Ryerson, Mrs. Geo. Gray arid daughter Maybelle, Mrs, G. C. Allen, Mrs. Gerald Brace, Norma Bettin, and Harold Hobson attended a Sunday school workers* meeting at Algona last week Wednesday evening. Swca Cityans Move Here— The William Busch family moved here from Swea the end of last week. They are occupying the B. V. Daniels house, recently vacated by the Tver Nordlns. Mr. Busch will work for P. F. Krlethe on the farm. Attend Party nt Humbolilt— Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Klamp and ***uamBam I Ken Shoes are the topic of conversation, Classics" come in/for their full share of favorable comment; t is little wonder that the man who snows "Classics" is always praising them Jor they are the last word in men's fine footwear. [They are styled to fit the most fas- ^ dl <>us, and the relative low cost will re ty surprise you. ,' ..See Our ISOO If! regul£w ' * 8 ' 00 Wfcilw, Sold everywhere at Kn ° Ur sma11 .ou a pair. P la » Brings the price down Jimmie Neville Mrs. Mary Stewart attended a valentine party at Humbpldt last Friday. The party was given by the Prlscllla club, of which Mrs. .Klamp [was formerly a member. Surprise for Pastor Richmann— The members of the Lutheran church surprised their pastor, the Rev. L. .Rlchmann, by gathering in the church basement Sunday even- Ins to help him celebrate his birthday. l Eye Patient Expected Home— Fred Lavrenz, who had an opera- Ion performed on his eyes a week ago last Friday in St. Paul, is able o leave the hospital, and • is expected home the end of this week; 1 Wedding Anniversary Observed— . Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter en- ertalned ten couples at bridge Saturday evening. The party was in lonor of Mr, and Mrs. L. V. Mc- Whbrter's wedding anniversary. .. Fiilrview Men Circle Hosts— , The men of the Falrvlew nelgh : borhood entertained the U and'-I circle members and their families at the Blza Woltz home last Friday venlng. Wesley, Feb. 17—A gospel team from Woden conducted services at the Methodist church Sunday evening. It was composed of six young persons, of whom one was the public school superintendent. He had charge of the team, and was accompanied by his wife. He eang two solos, and he and his wife rendered two duets. The group worked up the evening's program' from the last words of a stanza of poetry: "Look up, laugh, love, lift." The four subjects were presented by four different persons, who constantly referred to Bible stories and mandates. The young lady having "Love" -closed by reading Paul's es say on the subject, which ends, "Faith, hope, love, these three: bul the greatest of these is love." Al handled their topics remarkably well, notwithstanding the fact that some were very young. A young girl of the party was pianist; 1 and there was -congregational singing The Rev. and Mrs. Hotchkiss accompanied the Woden group, and Mr Hotchkiss led in prayer and dismissed the congregation. Other Woden" people were present also. Declamatory Contest is Held— At the declamatory contest held at Bell Theater Friday .evening, Clare Wolfe won first in oratorical, with "Toussalnt L' Ouverture," and Madeline Hauptman second, with I am Innocent of this Blood." In humorous, Marie 'Reno won first with "Baby Talk Bride," Enar Franzen second, with "Swedish Farmer Two Games Won from Rake— In a game with' Rake last week Tuesday evening, our boys' and ylrls' teams both won; .the girls, 2211, the boys, is-!). This week Friday thp girls go to Lone Rock, to compote In the county tournament. They will play Bancroft at 2:30. C'fi.tlipllc tlatiRhtcr.s Give Party— 35 The Catholic Daughters held a party at the hall Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Meurer was prize win ner In bridge and Agnes Meuhe In "500". Ice cream, light and dark cake, cookies and coffee -were'.served. The fee is 2'5c. Six Attending S. S. Institute- Six persons from the Wesley Methodist church are enrolled as students In the school for Sunday school teachers held at Algona on flv<3 successive Wednesday even- Ings. More are expected to join the class. ' Farewell for the I^oofts— The B. R. Swansons entertained ilx tables of bridge Sunday night, in lonor of the Henry Lootts, who wll soon leave the Wesley neighborhood Julius Kunz and Mrs. William Gar man won "high". Orville Hanson Birthday Observed— Mr. and Mrs. Theron Hansen en- .ertained Orville Moore, the HowaM rlansens, Kanawha, and the Raymond Hansons at dinner Sunday, in honor of Orvllle's birthday. Adult S. S. Class Meets— The adult class of the Methodist Sunday school held its monthly meeting with Mrs. Haynes last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. Hodges was assistant hostess. JIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU 1 33 Later he attended the State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, and after that was prominent In agricultural engineering work for the extension department of Iowa State college. For eight years Mr. Hoffman was Scott county Farm Bureau agent. Then he resigned to become an agent for the American Farmers Mutual Life Insurance association, associated with .Farm Bureau work. Mr. Hoffman married Alta Mathews, who taught room 9 at the Cen- was 48 years old. Burial at the old family home at Hatchery Is Started. The Kossuth County Hatchery resumed operations Thursday, Feb. 15. The hatchery has the east side of the building occupied by thfe 'Algona Flour & Feed store. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Snyder, Spencer, ar» again managers. The hatchery is *. subsidiary of the Spencer Chick Hatchery. Sunday, Feb. 8, 125 traya< containing 132 e'ggs each were s«t. tral building here, and Mrs. Hoff- j In the incubator, the capacity at man and two children survive. He | which Is 04,000 eggs. Overcoats Cotton Rags ^lipRijPHMp i * ; "i"* j r > Ja* fJ, * C > '' r 1 L&& ^4 «..-. ' J| Twin Sisters in Got-Together— Mr. and Mrs, J. R. Lappin, Cedar Rapids, spent most of last week at W. A. Ladendorff's. Mrs. Lappln Is twin sister of Mrs. Ray Laden- lorff. ' N . , ucile SewlcU Gives Party— Lueile Sewick entertained a few friends at a valentine party Satur<; day evening, the occasion being Jn lonor of Opal Steward's birthday. ; Bailey Family Leaves Burt— The C. O. Baileys moved Friday :o Inwood, where Mr, Bailey Is as-; slstant receiver In a closed bank. Other Burt, The P. F. Krlethe family spentj the week-end with Mrs. Krlethe's mother at Owatonna, Minn. Violet Kuchenbecker, who teaches at "West Bend, made the trip with them. She is Mrs. Krlethe's niece and lives a 1 ! Owatonna. * The Cecil McDonalds, Sioux City, spent the week-end with Cecil's parents, the O. P. McDonalds. Little Joan Kraushaar, who had been visiting them, returned with them. Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Stewart, of Lynd., Minn., visited last week from Tuesday to- Thursday with Mr. Stewart's mother, Mrs. Mary Stewart at the Walter Klamp home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray iadendorff and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. • J. P. Lappln, Cedar Rapide, left today for Sioux Falls, S. D., to visit a brother of the ladlej. , The Ferm Sewicks have moved. Into the house owned by Mrs. R. H, Spencer, Algona, -.which was recent-. ly vacated by the Dr. H. S. Van, Yranklns. • Mrs. B- A. Blelch and Mrs. Herman Put? went to the hospital at Hampton last week Wednesday, at a Ball Game.". In dramatic, Flor^ ence Reno took" first," with' "Hagar," Bvangellne Cruise second, w<th "The Slow Man." Winners of firsts will compete in 'the .state preliminary at Lii Verne Thursday, February 26'. Points made there will be considered in awarding the .county cup. The teachers' play will b e given at Bel! Theater Friday evening, February 27. The title is "Kal'.s Kalaboose," and besides . the, teachers a few re cent graduates and high school stu dents take part, Mrs. Mumma Is .coach, Weekly (Church Meeting Held— .'- The first weekly ."church" -meeting, was 'held; at the -Methodist church last 'Thursday. Interest arid earnestness were manifest, and'the welfare of the Sunday school was discussed.. The meeting closed with sentence prayers. The first tneeting of the. catechism class was held'Sat- urday afternoon, when the pastor distributed junior catechisms. T" Thursday'.night meeting-will be held again this week, and the -• children will meet again this week . Saturday. T '"' - " . Shower Honors Gladys Carlson— ' A kitchen shower was given for Gladys Carlson'at the Will Martinek frome Saturday evening. Forty-five neighbors attended; bringing loads of handsome gifts. Miss Carlson's marriage to. Henry Baade will take place in the near future. The cpuple is to occupy the farm vacated by Henry Loott t .. .- „ Lenten Services Began Yesterday- Lenten services begin at St. Jo . Other Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Skow attended an all-day gathering of ministers and laymen at the Rev. Mr. Thompson's church (Congregational) at Buffalo Center last week Tuesday. Ministers of several denominations attended, and there was a program of speaking and music. ' W. A. Drewelow, Omaha, formerly Wesley, visited at the Julius Kunz home last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. -Henry Kunz entertained the evening bridge club last week Monday evening. There were three tables, and Mr. and • Mrs. Braley won the family prize. Viggo Killsholm returned from Ames Saturday, and Anna Wester who Is attending" college at Ames came with him. She remained unti Sunday afternoon, when Wer. parents took 'her back as far as Britt. • The Joe Meurers visited'her uncle Mike Brass, at Irvlngton Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Frank Conley .and their two daughters, Lu. Verne; vis. ited his mother, Mrs. Kennedy. ''""" Raymond Wingert, who had vls- ;ed his parents,- the Michael Win- erts, since Christmas, left <for illlwaukee last Thursday morning. „ Mrs. Julius Kunz entertained the Deal 'Em club Monday afternoon, os. Meurer, Whlfctemore,. visited his on here several days last week. . Mrs. John- Ormsby' is.-at Sexton, :aring for Mrs. Jack Elaine, to vhom"; a ,1'2-pound daughter was born last week Monday. The Oscar Ericksons. left Monday morning for. Elmhurst, 111., follow- ng a week's visit with her aunt, Miss A. MePherson. The Rev. and' Mrs. C. H. Moore visited the Rev. and Mrs. H. ,E. Whyte at Klemme, Sunday afternoon. • Mrs. Casper May, Milwaukee, Is lere visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Matz. The George Spanglers, ' Everly, visited Sunday with her, parents, the George' Behners. ' •;'.'"' ' The Henry Becker family, Algona, visited Sunday at Fred Diekmann's. 3-Day Excurnon Where Mrs. removed. * Bleiqh had her tonsils * The Harvey D. Grahams, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the Jas. O. Sewlck home. They also visited at the Aug. Hennlng home. VSfendell , Patterson, Ames, student, spent the v«e'k-en4 with- W? parents, tlje C. W. Pattersons. They took bUa back to Ames Sunday The Home Guards met at After &e. pi%raw FEBRUARY 20-21-22 t Q (\i\ Bound Trip <pO,UU to Chicago FROM ALGONA for going trip, tlfcksts will toe lion <;>rp4 in coaches on trains (excep No. 22) leaving Friday, February 20 Saturday, February 21, and unt: 5:?0 a. m, Sunday, February 22. For return trip, tickets will be, bon pred in coaches on trains (excep ^To. 11) scheduled to reach AJgon not later than midnight o£ Tuesday February 2^. lull Vftrtjoulftru andi tickets PRICE | 33 NEW OVERCOATS-FOR MEN ONLY 1 Not a two "year o ld" style in the lot. 5 Coats, good jj but not this seasons pattern. Entire stock must be 1 sold or shipped by end of March. 1 Will sell at 1-2 Price. Buy for next season and make 9 per cent a month on your money. Kraft-Misbach Co. IIIIIIIIIH Spring Machinery Repairing Right now every farmer should be getting his machinery into first- class condition for the spring work. That is our specialty. Cairon u,s for whatever you needV Hardwoods for every need. Do you neec new tongues or whiffletrees? BLACKSMITH I>G always, and by an expert workman. WOOD AND IRON WORKS Old Dray Shop Stand H. W. '/Pott Dr»jr and Tranife]; Long DtaUmce ,H*uWfl« Byeyy 108,4 t»aure4 ««»lnst loss '»»4\ dwn- of all kind*. Equip-, ^CHEVROLET 72% of all Chevrolets are still in use During the past 20 yean the America* 1 BffiMta tat purchased 4,883,865 Chenoietcan. Seventy-two per cent of theae~3^11,651-*are still in ac- tfye auiieel Such a reoord demon* •trate* the •oundneta of Chevrolet's policy of building the very best <** powible for the price. Thi* policy ha* brought many important beoe- fito to the buyer* of loir^prioed can, * - -:V : «,' _ *•: ":>-• and theae benefits find even fuller and finer «tji» .»*Um in the Chevrolet Six of today. •- New low price* « r, 9475| Sport RowUter with rumbl* M»t, H98| COM* or St«ndar<lFtve.WiiMlow Q»upt,,$MS| PhMtoo, fSlQi Standard Coup*, |S$S| Sport Coupe (rumble Mat), $575| ConwtibU Cabriolet, $615i Standard SpecUl Sedan, $650. SIX Yonr KOHWIAA8 BROS., Qiitributor*

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