Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 26, 1931 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 26, 1931
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FROM NIGHT SCHOOL Swea City, Feb. 24—Sixty farm women and men were graduated from the local night school Monday night, Last week's Monday night meeting was taken up with examinations, oral and written. A banquet at 6:30, followed by a program at 8, will be given In honor of the graduates. Following Is the program: Community singing, led by E. L. Sweany; playlet, Getting Ready to Attend the Smith-Hughes banquet; singing by quartet; short play, "Buying Eggs"; reading, Samuel Carter; One-Word play, Th.e Municipal Davenport; reading, Myron tlon of diplomas; response for men; response Cor women. (iolf Course llobiillt In Pnrt — 13. L. Hanson, D. W. Fults, and K. A. Bravo.nder attended a meeting of the North Kossuth golf club at l,;il;ot;i In.st week Monday evening. It way decided not to enlarge the grounds. There had been considerable talk of leasing land lying south of the course to make room for the three fairways and greens eliminated when several acres of the present course on the north side were taken last year for paving purposes. It was, however, found possible to rearrange the course with nine holes without additional land: presi- members: Mr. Bravendev, F. D. Trevett, .N. E. Smith, H. Myre, H. T. Winter, E. R. AVorley was reelected dent. Swea City has eight Mr. Fults, G. B. Pearson, Hanson. and Mr. Shippers Hold Aiinnul Meeting— " Last week Wednesday the' local shipping association held its annual meeting at the Legion rooms. R. M. Hall, Mason City, sales manager for north Iowa shipping associations, talked on Direct .Selling of Livestock. Sam Thompson, of the Ames Extension department", was also to have been here, but he was called to his home In Minnesota that morning by news of the illness of his mother. John A. Jungberg and William Saunders are new directors. Myron Johnson and J. E. Harner were reelected, and Ole Roalson, George Nyman, and Fred McGregor held over. Frank Thomson was reelected manager. Dinner was served to SO men at noon. The association had a successful year in 1930. Farm Bureau Hears Hearst — The North Enders had a get-together Farm Bureau meeting hez-e last Thursday night. Myron Johnson was chairman. Miss Moats' orchestra, composed of Oscar Berggren, Mitchell, J. Haglund, John Erlckson, S. Heathershaw, and Dorothy Christiansen, played and was followed by community singing, led by Mr. Sweany. County Agent Morrison, Mrs. J. H. Warburton, Miss Bode, the new H. D. A., and others gave short talks, after which. Charles E. Hearst, state president, By Eva W. Strelt»t nntnrlana Celebrate Anniversary— At the Algona hotel Monday evening the.Rotary club celebrated the 26th "anniversary of the organization of the first club, at Chicago In 1905 with a dinner, program, and cards. Mrs. M. H. Falkenhalner was chairman of the entertainment committee, and Mrs. R. H. Miller, and Mrs. F. D. Williams were her associates. The table committee consisted of Mesclames J. F. Overmyer, K. D. James, and Al Falkenhalner. Mrs. .Toel Herbst was committee on prizes for cards. The entire' room was completely filled with tables, and 101 plates were served. After dinner the tables were cleared away, and the program was i opened with a Rotary song. Ward Barnes, Eagle Grove Rotarlan, publisher of the Eagle Grove Eagle, spoke on the Origin and History of Rotary, after which Mrs. A. E. Michel sang two solos. Gco. W. Godfrey then discussed Rotary's Objectives and Ideals. These talks were of unusual merit. The piece de resistance of the program consisted of a blackface minstrel show. In which E. R, Morrison was Interlocutor; John Haggard, Harold Cowan, Joel Herbst, and W. A. Foster, end men; and Everett Hancher, T. I/. Larson, Helmuth Huenhold, W. A. Lorenz, G. F. Towne, N. V. Lowe, M. J. Strelt, and Gene Murtagh, circle men. The minstrels wore fantastic costumes and their sallies at members of the audience were witty and numerous. The skit was hilariously received, the audience being kept In laughter from start to finish. Following the minstrel show, there was a surprise number not on the program, in which Rotary lapel emblems were presented to AV. C. Dewel, club president; T. L. Larson, club secretary; four past presidents—A. L. Peterson, M. P. Haggard, J. AV. Sullivan, and M. P. AVeaver; and Al Falkenhainer, past district governor. These emblems bear appropriate titles. As a final number past president A. L. Peterson, on behalf of the club, presented a Rotary paper knife to President Dewel. This knife bears the Rotary emblem, and is engraved with the words "AV. C. Dewel, February 23, 1931." The event was attended by the Anns, and following the program bridge was played till midnight. D P. Smith won first for the men, and AV. A. Foster won second, while Mrs. H. M. Hauberg won first for the women and Mrs. H. R. Cowan second. couple *ere 5 attended 'by* • Mr. and rtfs. 'Jesse Schmidt Mr. Schore is 3. graduate of the Brltt high School, 1924, arid has since been employed as railroad fireman. Mrs. Schore yoe graduated from the Algoiia h'lgh school two years ago, and has since been teaching the John bevlne school In Rlverdale township. The couple will be at home after June 1 at South Bend, Ind. gave the main address. crowd was in attendance. A .large Muslcalc Held at Fenton— Last week Tuesday evening there was a mueicale at Fenton given by the singers of six churches: Esther- vllle, Fenton, Armstrong, Dolllver, Swea City, and Grant. Swea City was represented by a junior chorus .which won second place; a woman's quartette, which also won second; and a soloist who won third. Grant won third with a junior cfioir. Armstrong won nearly all the firsts in Class B; Estherville, all in Class A. The Rev. Mr. Wlnterstein, of Estherville, was chairman, and Professor Haugen, of Waldorf college, Forest City, was judge. Big: Cooking School Attendance— A free cooking school last week sponsored by the Swea City Herald, ; cooperating with 18 local 'business houses, was a great success. The meetings were held in the Legion rooms, which at every session were filled to capacity. Everyone bestows praise on Clara Alden Spence, who conducted the meetings. Last Thursday and Friday the Trevetts, of the Cut-Price Grocery, served free coffee, and. Saturday H. T. Winter treated everybody to Ice :ream. Declamatory Contest IB Hold- Last week Tuesday evening at he high school auditorium there was held the local H. S. declamatory ontest. Ralph Stockman won first n oratorical with Lincoln, a Man Called of God. Lois James won first n dramatics with Peter and the Angels, and Frances Kuchynka won Iret in humorous with China Blue lyes. Ethel Eldrldge, of the Arm- jtrong high school, was critic-judge. 'Ire Destroys Herman Home— The farm home occupied by the Arnold Hedmans in Eagle township was completely destroyed by fire Saturday morning. A fire was be- ng started in a stove with kerosene, when the container exploded, JIttle of the furniture was saved. John S. Carlson, of Pocahontas, is the owner of the farm. The Hed- mans, who -came to this locality from Albert City, are at present at J. D. Clark's. Other Swea City. Many Swea CItyans are buying reserved seats for a basketball sectional tourney at Buffalo Center this week. Season tickets are $1.50; single tickets, 6 Oc. The season ticket entitles the holder to the same seat throughout. Donald Dourte, Gail Weaver, and Theadora Hovey were week-end visitors at their homes here. They are sophomores at Waldorf colfege, Forest City. Doctor Reck, Samuel Warburton Floyd Richards, and D. A. Hosier comprised a gospel team which went to Buffalo Center Sunday evening. A carload of horses was shipped here one day last week, and an auction sale was held Saturday afternoon, but only a few were sold. Leta and Lela Young, of Lake City, spent the week-end with their parents, eouth of town. They wer< accompanied by a cousin. Virgil Moore, south of town, re> cently returned from a hospital In Fairmont, where he underwent an appendicitis operation. June and Marlon Thomson re turned Saturday from visits a .Waterloo and Hudson. Musical Concert Is I'leiislng;— A considerable group of Mason City people mingled 'with an Algona audience which filled the auditorium of the Congregational church al musical vespers Sunday afternoon The musicians wer e Mrs. W. F. Ingraham, soprano, and Ellis Bracken organist. Mrs. Ingraham Is the possessor of a high soprano voice whose clear musical tones were especially marked in the upper ranges of her heaver numbers, such as Gounod's "O, Divine Redeemer" and "A Highway Shall be There," from the Isaiah 3er voice shows a background of ig training as well as natura' musical taste. Miss Bracken's work at the organ gave firm support and beautiful quality to the program. She plays with sympathy and refinement showing reserve power In the strong sweep 6f Wagner's "Pilgrims' Chor us" from Tannhaeuser. The artists and their guests from Mason City were entertained at a buffet luncheon sei-ved by members of the music committee at Mr. anc Mrs. E. J. Murtagh's following, the concert. The committee includet Messrs, and Mesdames G. S. Buch anan, H. R. Cowan, D. R. Steele and J. T. Chrischilles. West Bend Club Ha* Party Here— The West Bend Woman's Social & Literary Society held Its annual party, at which husbands were en- :ertalned, last week Tuesday night at the Algona hotel. At 7 a four- course dinner was served at tables placed to form a "U." The tables were decorated with yellow tapers tied with blue ' tulle, and stagecoaches, and nut cups were in the shape of colonial hats. Bouquets were daffodils and frlesias. After dinner the following program was iven: vocal selections, quartet consisting of Dr. P. O. Dorweller, M. rV. Alborn, Myron Boos, and Car] Vohs; reading, Burnette Bonstetter; ocal duet, Mrs. M. W. Alborn and itrs. V. R. Reid; dance, Sarah Joren and Eleanor Backus, pianist, Jeannette Goeders, of Algona; vlo- In selections, Mrs. Carl Vohs. The meeting was closed with the Virginia reel. The committee in charge of the entertainment consisted ol ilrs. P, O. Dorweiler, (daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hutchison, Al- :ona), Mrs. H. F. Given, Mrs. T. A. 21arke, Mrs. V. F. McFarland, and Mrs. W. M. Alborn. There were 50 persons in attendance.. Helen E. Fitch is Bride- Announcement was made a week ago of the marriage of Helen E Fitch, Algona, and Howard M Schore, Urbana. 111., which took place January 31 at Blue Earth! the Rev. J. W. Taylor, Methodist pas' and Wli^d'hlflfif«fib«W'*)iH»lttti the out. MfV an4Mj%. WllfeM durn- mini* 'and &!*.? fchd 'Mf^^HltoJd ' • Cliib Has Olil-F«shlonc»l Party— The Royal Neighbor club met with Mrs. Hugh Post Tuesday afternoon, 65 , women attending. The program consisted of a reading by Mrs. Elmer Hartshorn and a vocal selection, Old-Fashloned Garden, by Mrs. L. W. Swanson, Mrs. Henrj Relmer, and Mrs. John Storm. The guests wore old-fashioned costumes. Guests of the; clitb, were:. Mrs. Al Spongberg, .Mrs.' H. M. Vinson, Mrs. AV. A. Vlgars, and Mrs. Bert Muckey. . Assisting hostesses were Mesdames . Oscar ,'• Anderson, Ralph Brown, Roy Crawford, Walter Dale, Edw. Carney, and Lloyd Muckey. \Vatimyaiis to 'Ntlnic Officers— The 1 Watanyans entertained at a monthly benefit bridge party at Ella Thompson's, and assisting hostesses were Mrs. Lura Sanders, Minnie J. Coate, Arny Johnson, and Mary Mitchell. Bridge was played at six tables, with Christine Wernert and Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson winning the high scores, Mrs. Elinor T. Sutton the consolation. Lunch was served. The AVatanyans will hold a weekly luncheon at the Tlbbets tea rooms next Tuesday night, and officers will be elected. . Kuokeft West fceftt, werrgd6s^.' f ;• Mr. and Mrs. G- D.»BrVndftge e«- tertalned their bridge", club -at dinner Sunday n'sh*- • THS high family score vfiS won by Mr. and 'Mrs 1 . Charles. Stedman; low score by Mr. nnrt Mrs., Glen MeMufmy. Dr. and Mrs. F. B.' Sawyer and Mrs. W. J. Mangan' were' guests of the club. Mrs. C. R. iaBarre entertained the Opportunity • bridge -. club • at luncheon and bridge last \veek Wednesday. ACrs. Lloyd Wellendorf.won high score; Mrs. Ralph Blbert, low! Mrs.'LaBarro the dut prize. Mrs. J. AV. Mangan was a guest of the club. . Richard, 10-year-old son of Mr, Itodo Speaks at F. B. Meeting— A Plum Creek Farm Bureau meeting took place at Harvey Johnson's Friday night, with 40 people In attendance. The entertainment consisted of a general talk toy President H. J. Bode; a talk, From Farrowing to Fattening Hogs, by Geo. P. Hawcott, Burt; vocal selections by a quartet, Devere and Donald Miner, Howard Clark, and John, Green; solo by Donald Miner, talk by Agnes Seeley on "Home Grounds improvement." After the program there was lunch. P. C. Club Has Patriotic Meeting— The Plum Creek Social and Literary club was entertained last week Wednesday at Mrs. Emma Den nert's, with Mamie Gilbride as assisting hostess. The meeting was opened with "America," and roll call was answered with facts about AVashington and Lincoln. Patriotic articles were read by Ora Rieken and Ella Hutchins. The next meeting will take place next Wednesday at the home of Sadie Hopkins, .with Lela Seeley as assisting hostess. St. Benedict Priest Honored— The Rev. B. H. Loeffelholz, of St. Benedict, was guest of honor at a surprise party Sunday, the occasion being his birthday anniversary. The trustees of the church were hosts. The evening was spent at Bunco, after which lunch was ser- VP'1 at a table decorated with a birthday cake and candles. Father Loeffelholz was presented with a and Mrs. M. G. Norton, observed a birthday anniversary Friday by entertaining Ted Chrischllles,' Wayne Douglas, and Dick Keen at dinner, After dinner the boys saw the plo tuvo at the Call theater. The Loyal Temperance Legion will meet with Mrs. Ellis McWhor ter tomorrow at 4 p. m. Roll call will be answered with quotations or •short articles about the sayings or doings of Lincoln; Frances E. Will- nrd. or AVashington. > The county Federated club women Will meet at the Lakota (Presbyterian church next Tuesday. The hostess clubs are Lakota, Ledyord and Swea City. There will be a program and a covered-dish luncheon.'' ' Mrs. W. O. Rlnggenberg entertained her bridge club last Thursday evening. Mrs. T. H. Holmes won high score, and Mrs. Charles Barrickman second high. Mrs. Eunice Jones was a guest. Mr.i. Ann Fechner entertained the A. O. bridge club last Thursday night. The high scores were won by Alma Schroeder and Nellie McGin ?£•«! ev«nlng »t f«Ul6w»if p-rogra.ni will ilng! to*ef», Mrs. i travel talk, Frances ' ' ' ' ' Helping Hftnd licet' next week with Mr/?. "£. -J. DeQraw; assisting hostesses,' MVsdame'a &. C. Barton, A. W, Amtlhs'dn; and Elizabeth Lem- keel ' ...Mr. -Ahd Mrs. a. 'S. Buchanan entertained their- dinner-bridge club Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Long won the ,hlgh family Kiore. There are six couples ^ln the club. An* Americanism program will be presented ,nt i the regular, meeting of the Legion Auxiliary at>7:30 tomorrow evening. Mrs. Fred Bartholomew will ! be -In charge. The St. Thomas Guild will meet next week Thursday at one p. m. at MrsM Walter Fraser's. The Melhodlst AV. ' H. M. S. will meet this afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. Henry> Reime'r. . ,. •*-' MASONS CONDUCT SERVICES i At $T V JOE FOR H. E. GREEN Hyram ; E.^ Green, of the St. Joe- L'ivermore neighborhood, died last week Monday at.the age of 50. 'He was brought to Iowa by his parents James M. and Elizabeth Green, In 1880, and grew up here. He was a Mason, and members of the order conducted burial rites at the Irvington cemetery, following funeral services at the family home conducted •by the-'Rev.- F. ''-H.-.Webster.' His aged' mother, a'' brother, E, 'J. Green, .and three sisters, Mrs. Lulu Sheriff, AVaukon, Mrs. Fannie Fluhart, Shellsburg," and Mrs. Lenore A, Bryden, Bancroft, survive. F.B. PRESIDE ONfARMPio . Hearst, SUlt J eau Federation president Thursday no on before- Club. Among other •O'the] th| iB9 hi that the present economic was the common world. It la not one seetlbn, ond low comparison with the world, particularly tn ° : stricken, area In tho aoi Thd heavy burdens of also a common problem and the-Farm htiroa,,' the proposed Iowa IIK :SltIon, and hnve t ] 0 ne since the movement rcst south. >' Senator wn , .Patterson. The 'farmer Is taxed far Hearst declared, coming due' March tho some month, fui^ers',! 11 !! with a double demand 'for at the very beginning of , atlng '.season. .In resp6nse to „ ,, Ucst | I corn prices .were so i ow , lt . ' Mr. Hearst said tho low- wheat had caused n slmllnr'd corn. 'When \vheat Is lower; whon whr.-it la rises...With wheat ^\\\ng"' A ] tt is economical to fi-cd wheat than corn. , 'Contrary, to tho public Imp, there .'was' an overnlwndai wheat produced fast yj,, wheat, growing areas \vcVe \ focted seriously by drought, "jl ha corn production was curt drought in many .sections. gift. Mrs. His brother Frank and sister, Ben Schlerman, of Mt. Carmel, were out-of-town guests. 0. E. S to Hold School Here— The O. E. S. will meet next Tuesday. The Worthy Grand Matron for Iowa, Mrs. Nellie Olander, of Primghar, and the district Instructor, Mrs. Zola Schaeffer, of Manly, will be In attendance, and there will be a school of instruction in the afternoon, following a noon luncheon at the Algona hotel. Members desiring plates are to notify the secretary, Mrs. H. D. Hutchins, not later thiarv tomorrow. . ' Fred Lavrenz 75; Given Party— - Fred .Lavrenz .observed , his ,75th birthday anniversary Sunday, and hY honor of the event 44 relatives and friends, were entertained that night at 600. .The high scores were won by Mrs. August Becker and Henry Wegener; the low tiy Mrs. Louis Hintz and August Huenhold. Mr. Lavrenz was presented with a gift of money. " Other Society News Mrs. R. J.- Keen and Mrs. M.. H. FaJkenhainer ' entertained at a bridge-luncheon last week Wdnes- day. The high scores were won by Mrs, H. L. Gllmore and Mrs. D. D. Paxson. Last Thursday night Mrs, Keen entertained 12 women at dinner and bridge, Mrs. G. W. Stillman and Mrs. Joel Herbst winning the high scores. ' Mr, and Mre. Clarence Bergeson entertained the N. B. B. bridge club Tuesday evening, an,d' Mr.. and Mrs, Wlllard Rlnggenberg won the famr ily prize, Mrs. William Cummlngs PILES m b li b If you suffer from itching, blind, >rotrudl~ — »-«--ji — «..__"?_^_ "• rotrudlDK or bleeding Piles you ara kely to be amaied at the soothing eallnv power of the rare, imported Chineae Herb, which fortlflei Dr. Nlxon'i Chlnarold. It'« the newest and fastest acting treatment but Brings ease and comfort in a fewi jnlnutea »o that you can work and •n]oy life while it continues IU •oottlng;. healing action. Don't delay. Act in time to avoid a danger. ous and costly operation. 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