Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 1931 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1931
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PENCIL with the BAND JUNIO INTE IS WIN CLASS KOSSUTH COUNTY AfrVANCS. ALGONA. IOWA PAGE FIV» | WHAT'S WRONG AND WHERE? Troubles leadache and Dizziness „ stomach is sick, you arci rick « you can't digest your food. ^strength, get nervous and feel dwhen you get up u when you I to bed. , !0 years Tanltc has restored ilth and activity many thou- .whosuffered just as you do. [ Daniel Vincieuerra, of 6200 ISt., Philadelphia, Pa., says: "I 1 ot had a dizzy spell or a head- mice taking Tanlac.^My nerves "better shape and I can enjoy d night's sleep." , t Tanlac help you too.-It cpr r most obstinate digestive „„„ relieves gas, pains in the jich and bowels, restores appe- Kigor and sound sleep. i ilac is made of roots, barks and .. Costs less than 2 cents a dose. ibottle from your druggist today. Imoneybacku itdoesn't help you. EDY RELIEF FOR SORE THROAT i DOCTOR'S PBESCBIPTIOS IEQUIBES NO GARGLING I longer is it necessary to gargle [shoke with nasty, tasting medl- I to relieve sore throat. Now lean get almost instant relief [one swallow of a doctor's fa- prescription. This prescrlp- |was refilled so often that the gist who originally filled It de- I to put it up under the name line" and make it available to •one, i remarkable thing about Thox- that it relieves almost In- ly, yet contains nothing harm: is pleasant tasting, and safe Ihe whole family, and is guar- to relieve sore throat or |is In 15 minutes or money Put up ready for use in 85c, I $1.00 bottles. Sold by Lus- Brug Co,, and all other good I stores. ' (6) lnt-ln the dough. Thin in J oven. You can be tur* 'Perfect bakings in using— BAKING PR ICE YEARS [25 ounces for 25c* B, B, TOURNEY An Inter-clasa basketball' tournament took place last week Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Tlio scrappy junior team wna an easy Victor in all games In which it played; The Juniors defeated the Sophs 13-1 in the first game. The offense of the juniors was not HO fast, but the defense functioned well. The next night a game was played between the freshmen and the juniors, which the juniors won 'easily. On Wednesday night the big game of the tournament was played between the seniors and Juniors, both having won all preceding games, and the juniors, Who also won this game easily, were out to avenge a close defeat suffered last year. The seniors played a good brand of basketball, but. the juniors displayed of- foiise and defense which the seniors were not able to cope with. The fast freshmen outfit offered the surprise of'the tournament, for it nearly defeated the seniors. The teams ranked as follows: Juniors, first; seniors, second; freshmen, third; soph- bmorea, in the i cellar. Trek to Cornell College Planned— . Miss Messenger's 12th English class has been studying Hamlet, and the pupils are planning to go to Mount Vernon to see the Cornell college sophomoree dramatize the play. Every year the Cornell sophomores dramatize one Shakespeare play. The dramatization Is under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tull. Miss Messenger has secured rooms at a girls' dor,mitory, and the following local girls expect to go: Gladys Rising, Norman Greiner, Irene Dalziel, Helen Daughan, Bernlce Harrington, Helen Morrow, Eleanor Backus, Alva Benson, Irene Devlne. From outside the class, Dorothy .Johnson, Theo Gasklll, Gertrude Morrow, and Louis Moore will go. Ice Crcnm Factory Essays Judged— Some weeks ago the physics and chemistry classes toured the Algona ice cream and candy factory. They had been studying different kinds of refrigeration and methods of making artificial ice, so the trip was educational in that it gave them an opportunity to see the machines in operation. Mr. Taylor, who Is a liberal host, treated the classes to Eskimo pies and offered a $5 prize to the student writing the best theme on operation of the plant, which was won by Hazel Neeling.' Six others were awarded dollar prizes: Gene- vleve Hartshorn, Alva Benson, L,u- cile BlacU, Dorothy Johnson, Margaret Laabs, and Irene Devlne. I). S. Clans Serves Supper— The advanced domestic science class has been studying the dinner unit for the last few weeks. Last Thursday the girls served a 5:30 dinner in the dining room. No guests were invited; The girls chose the menu and prepared all the food. One girl was host, one for hostess, and others as sisters who waited on table. Between the second and third courses, toasts were given, with Kathryn Funk as toastmaster. Senior Girls Win Tourney— The senior girls basketball team proved to the other teams that it has the best brie in the tournament. The seniors, with two high-scoring forwards, defeated the sophomores, 43-22, and the juniors, 34-22. Last week, Wednesday night the juniors played the sophomores and defeated them, 19-1. The championship to not undisputed, for the juniors defeated the seniors after the tournament in a. challenge game. Typing Class Speeding Up— ' .The bar chart which is being kept for the beginning and advanced typing classes is racing red lines across the sheet as pace of the students pile'up. In the beginning class Bernice Harrington leads with a rate of 64''words a minute, and Helen Becker and Genevleve Hartshorn are second and third. In order to raise their ranking the typiste must not have more than seven errors on the chart. Two.Decla'm Contestants Win— A sub-district declamatory contest was held last Thursday evening at Swea City, and Algona had two contestants, Helen' Morrow, in dramatics, and Donald Hutchins, in oratorical. Both won firsts, and they brought home a trophy cup. This cup must be won three consecutive years to remain our property. Fenton had won It twice. Tumbling Exercises are Reviewed— Mr. Bonharn has begun a review or tumbling exercises taught during the first semester. This is being done so the boys can brush up for a || MISTAKES IN THIS PICTURE rectlon of Professor Paul MacCollIn, Mornlngslde college, was exceptionally good, and a great orchestra under Professor Kuclnskl, also Morn- ingsld6( also did excellent work. Frntik AVclshrod to Ilofiliester— F. J. Welsbrod accompanied his brother Frank and the latter's wife, of Emmetsburg, to Rochester last Thursday. Frank has had a swelling on his neck which had been giving him severe .trouble for three weeks, and he went there to consult the Mayo doctors. His sister, Mra. Kate Newel, remained with the son Wallace at Emmctsburg. Fontor, Loses Trophy Cup— The finals in county and sub-district 'declamatory contests were held at Swea City last Thursday night by seven schools. The winners were: oratorical—Donald Hutchins, Algona; dramatic—Helen Morrow, Algona; humorous, August Krause, Fenton. This gave tHe county declamatory cup to Algona. Fenton 'had held It two years. How good arc you at finding mistakes? The artist has Intentionally madt several obvious one* In drawing the above picture. 8om« of them arj easily discovered, other* may be hard. See- how long It' will tales YOU to find them. Algonlans Visit, t.ho Stcnliensons— Mrs. Nels Mitchell, Mrs. Henry Wright, Mrs. Julius Peterson, and Lucille Peterson, all of Algona, spent last Thursday afternoon at Mrs. O. J. Stephenson's. The husbands of the women, with the two Wright daughters, came for supper and the evening. New Car Replace!) Burned Essex— Mr. and Mrs. F. H, Bohn and Charles Newel went to Des Molnes last week Tuesday, and Charles drove back a 1930 Chevrolet coach to replace an Essex coach destroyed by fire recently. A.n Insurance company provided the new car. S. S. Class Holds Bake Sale- Mrs. J. T. Snyder and Mrs. J. B. Hanson's Sunday schooj class held a bake sale at the Fenton Mercantile company store Saturday. The E WOMAN W20LBS.OFFAT Double Chin. w Sluggishness, "lyslcal Vigor, to Vlvaclonsuess, Shapely Figure, [You're fat-fir st out remove the. teaspoonful of of every meet. Some of the boys are doing excellent work on the bars and the The East and West sides practiced secretly and horse, have both are *««>* skin is clearer-^ lth eiorlous younger In body f **»3 Joyous «, u out to show the other side which has the 'best athletes. Track Season Has Begun— With varsity basketball men taK- ing UP training for track this week, the season will go into full swing. The men have received a weeks vacation. because, after a long season and hard tournament games Mr. Bonham thought they would do better after a rest. With most of last year'a men back, a successful season is anticipated. _ Amusement Tax Protest M*™"*-. The civics classes recently talked of drawing UP a petition agataat the proposed state 10 per cent amuse tax. We wonder whether wouldn't change opinion If they knew that the nionejr to tojso into the school fund lieve property taxes. Seooud Graders Give Misa Portman's second grade PU- plta gave a 'yearly program before the other school children of the Third ward last Thursday, and this give it again dents are working hard for a contest at Mason City soon. A team of three pupils will be chosen from each class to represent Algona. Girls to Do Practice Teaching— During the week of Spring vacation, March 27-April 6, the senior normal training girls will spend part of the time practicing teaching in rural schools. Normal Girls Make Booklets— The senior normal girls have made booklets of their history lesson plans. Some of them will be sent to the county fair. Other School News. We wonder whether many of the students have noticed the difference in the width of the aisles on the east side of the assembly room. If one walks down rows G and 7 and then down rows 4 and 5, one will cease to wonder why the juniors and seniors In rows 4 and 5 seem to walk with a stagger through the narrow pass. Miss Duhlgg, Miss Messer, and Mr. Llnnan were judges in a declamatory contest at St. Cecelia's Academy last week Wednesday evening, and Miss Duhigg judged: a round in the state declamatory contest Friday evening at Brltt. Mr. Ward's classes have been disturbed two weeks by screeching sounds from Miss Krampe's English room. It was finally discovered to be a high soprano singing songs from The Lady of the Lake. Last week a new pupil entered the sophomore class. Her name is Mildred Wright, and she came from Flint, Mich. The school she attended there had an enrollment of 2,000. Miss Stubbs has been teaching the girls' gymnasium classes how to march. After much practice and stepping on each other's heels they have succeeded in marching well. Betty Jane Messenger, who had been out of school for some time because of an operation, has returned. Edna Gilmore was out of school last week because of the dpath of her grandfather, J. Q. Jamison. The junior normal training girls are studying the proper light and air In a schoolroom. The Congregational church reports an enrollment of 74 pupils. BABE RUTH BEAT AT GOLF BY BIAINE AjOT, SPENCER Spencer, Mar. 17—Elaine Asher Spencer garage owner and golfer of no mean ability, "defeated Babe Ruth, home-run slugger, in a game at St. Petersburg, Fla., a week ago Friday. Asher and Ruth were finalists in a Jungle Country club tournament, and Ruth putted himsel out of the championship by taking three puts on five holes. Asher mad< a 77 for the course to Ruth's 78. Boy Has Operation. An operation lor. ruptured appen dlx was performed at the Kossuth hospital Saturday on an 8 year son of Chris Brandhoig, of Bradgate amount taken in will be used World Service. for FENTON'S CARD FANS ARE BUSY WITHPARTIES Fenton, Mar. 17 — The Muellers, north of town entertained a few of heir friends, Sunday evening at iOO. The high scores were won by Mrs. Emil Elmers, Haifa, and Henry chulte; low by Mrs. Walter Krause \nd Fred Jentz. Refreshments and lecorations were in keeping with St. 'atrick's day. Mr. and Mrs. William Miller, south of town, entertained Friday night at light tables of 500. Mrs. R. p. (Vehrspann and Amos Flnnestad von the high scores; Mrs. Carolina Trinlc and Walter Jentz the low. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Eigler enter- ained at six tables of 500 Friday evening. The high scores were won >y Mrs. H. E. Reimere and John Schallln; low by Mrs. Philip Wander nd 'C. G. Humphrey. Matilda Kressin entertained 16 women at bridge at Mrs. W. T. Ohm's Saturday evening. The high score was won by Mrs. G. D. Belken. A two-course luncheon in St. Pat- •ick colors was served. Messrs, and Mesdames P. H. Jensen and Charles. Newel entertained their bridge club at the Jensen home ast Thursday evening. The high score was won 'by W. T. Ohm. Mrs. F. P. Newel entertained Friday evening in honor of her elster- in-law, Irene Newel, at three tables' of bridge. Each guest received a gift. l'our-II CHib Meets Saturday— The local 4-H club held a meeting at the home of Clara Granienz Saturday afternoon. In response to .roll call Colors Suitable for My Type and Why were given. A talk on colors for blondes and brunettes was given- by Virginia Frank, and another talk, Life of John Philip Sousa and Music by Little Brother and Sistsr, by Lorena Dreyer. There were 12 members in attendance, and a two-course luncheon was served. Sjtany Attend Music Festival— A large number of Fenton' people attended a Methodist Algona district music festival at Algona last week Tuesday evening. The singing 'of a great combined choir under the di- Ircnc Newel to Rochester— Mrs. Kate Newel, Irene Newel, and Wallace Weisbrod drove to Rochester Saturday, and Irene, who has not been well of late, remained for medical treatment. Irene Blcckwonn Gives Party— Irene Bleckwenn entertained her schoolmates of, the 5th and 6th grades from 7 till 9 p. m. last week Monday. After games, refreshments were served. Hoar Yankton "Rosebud Kiddies"— The Charles Newels wen to Hart ley Friday evening to hear th< Rosebud Kiddies, of Yankton, S. D. and visit the Le Roy Newels. Zwlefcl Named School Director— Jacob Zwiefel was elected schoo director last week Monday for three-year term, succeeding F. F Mueller. S3 Attend E. I/. Rally— Twenty-three Fenton Epworth Leaguers attended a rally at Dolli ver last week Monday night. Other Fenton News. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Wolfe, Lati mer, and Mrs. Charles Laurltzen Whlttemore, were supper guests a W. R. .Wolfe's last Thursday even ing. C. V. has sold his 'barber shop at Latimer, but has not made defl nlte plans on where he will locate. The Methodist Aid will meet thl week Friday afternoon at ,thi church.;. Mrs. William Huhkamp Mrs.. John Light, Mrs. Harry Haase and Mrs. William Kohlstedt, host esses. Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, her chil dren, and Mrs. Charles Schemmel, of Calmar, visited the E. C. Weisbrods and. other relatives here from Friday till Sunday evening. The Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder entertained the Methodist choir after rehearsal last Thursday evening at the parsonage, serving ice cream and cake. Mrs. G. D. Belken, Mrs. H. C. Llndsey, and Mrs. G. A. Freeman, the latter o£ Cylinder, were Emmetsburg visitors last week Tuesday. A number of people from here at- I.ended a musical recital given by pupils of Presentation academy, of Vhlttemore, Sunday evening. Irene Newel and Esther Anderson, ioth teaching at Belmond, spent the teek-end with the former's parents, 'Ir. and Mrs. J. F. Newel. . Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Bruer, Ban- roft, called at E. C. Welsbrod's Sat- irday. They were en route to Minneapolis to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kohlwes and r. and Mrs. John Kohlwes, of Algona, spent Sunday at Everett )reyer's. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Newel were ver-Sunday gueste. Mrs. Newel's sister, Mrs. William Ford, Waldorf, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Welsbrod attended the funeral of Mrs. O. P. McDonald at Burt last week Tuesday. Mrs. H. H. Widdel was sick last iveek with the flu, and Edna Han- ;elmann looked after the housework. Supt. and Mrs. Belken attended a schoolmaster's club meeting at Swea ity last Thursday night. The Hugo Denkers, of Lester, spent the week-end at the parental W. J. Welsbrod's. The W. C. T. U. met at Mrs. H. P. Welsbrod's last Thursday, eight women attending. Mrs. O. H. Graham entertained the Burt Fortnightly club last week Wednesday. The C. O. Baileys, Inwood, spent Sunday at Mr. Bailey's father F. C. Bailey's. The Dr. J. T. Waltes visited at the C. B. Hobbs home, Spencer, Sunday. Margaret Stephenson spent the wqek-end at Algona. STATE K, OF C. DEPUTY VISITS LOCAL COUNCIL The Knights of Columbus met last week Wednesday night at their hall and heard talks by state deputy Leo .T. Wegman, ol- Carroll; state secretary, Ray Conley, DCS Molnes; and J. J. Tushaus, St. Joseph, Mo., representative of the Supreme Council. Mr. Tushaus spent the day here and audited the local council's books. In his talk he gave sugges- tions regarding the business tA~ ministration of. the local-council An* also gave a report on the activities , of the Supreme Council. Chief among activities at present Is at boys' work program. The junior or* ganlzatlon of the Knights of Columbus Is called 'the Columbian Squire*. Mr. Tushaus gave Interesting figures on the membership and the In* surance strength of the Knights of Columbus. The membership as of" June 30 last was GISfill In 2,655 councils In the United States, Canada, the Philippine Islands, Cuba. Mexico, Porto Rico, Newfoundland. Alaska, and Panama. Diamond Strain Blood Tested Baby Chicks GUARANTEED AS TO COLOR AND [TYPE 100 chicks 500 chicks 1000 chicks S. C. White Leghorns $ 8.00 Barred White, Buff Rocks 10.00 S. C. Reds, White Wyandottes — 10.00 Buff Orpingtons 10.00 Silver Laced Wyandottes } White Orpingtons — } 10.60 Heavy Assorted 9.00 Mixed Assorted 8.00 38.50 50.00 50.00 50.00 52.00 42.50 40.00 | 76.00 97.50 97.50 97.60 100.00 83.00 77.50 100 Per Cent Live Delivery Guaranteed. The Renwick Poultry Farms and Hatchery KENWICK, IOWA BEAD THE WANT ADS GASH LOANS Automobile Loans — Refinancing. Payments cut down. Special Loan Service to farmers for-the purpose of buying good graded milch cows. Loans can be made on cows you already have. Convenient terms. Loans made at once. No delay. WES TERN CREDIT CO. Phone 55, Algona, Iowa First door north of Iowa State Bank. FREE 400 Pairs of Slippers Given Away. We have 400 pairs of fancy leatherette bedroom slippers. They have chrome leather soles, beige kid trimming with a fancy pompom. They are easily worth $1.00 a pair. We are giving you a pair absolutely free with each pair of slippers you buy at $2.98 or above that price. This 'sale will begin Friday, March 20th, and continue until April let. New Easter slippers In pumps, ties and straps are arriving every day. All the latest novelties in plain and fancy trimming. Prices $2.98, $8.95 and a few at $4.95. All brand new and fresh from the factory. Neville's Shoe Store ALGONA, IOWA Kidney Acids Break Sb n« Up Night*. Backach. . lay callB, Iieg Pains, Ne.rv t Burning, due to function _ If Getting frequent d ousness, or al Bladde/ Irritation, JnjM!jd_cond I - Works" fast. VtaTtB'clirculatiinsr t^hru *4V«W* *•« •»»••••»»••• ••• —-—-~ —— tions, makes you leel tired, depreaoec and discouraged, try the CyBtex Teat, Blr< the system lirlB minute* Praised by thousands for rapid andpoaltive action. Don't give up. 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