Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 12, 1931 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 12, 1931
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*AOBTWO ^ • ^VT'^TOy^ icoeauTH l 1 ''""" " '" 1J "" J "' '" '' * " WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, NOV. 11 AND 12 Armistice day show starts at 1 o'clock, continuous every two hours. WM. HAINES LEILA HYAMS JIMMY DURANTE ERNST TORREANCE —in— "Get Rich Quick Wallingford" It's a corking entertainment. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13 AND 14 2 Big Days—Two matinees Saturday, 1:30 and 3:80 Sequel to the best outdoor picture made—"In Old Arizona." WARNER BAXTER EDMUND LOWE CONCHITA MONTENEGRO —in— "The Cisco Kid" It's an O. Henry Story. It begins where "Old Arizona" left off. No. 1 Episode Tout Tyler Serial "Battling With Buffalo Bill" Football score. SUNDAY AND MONDAY, N6VEMBER 15 AND 16 10:35c to 5 P. M. Sunday Matinee RUTH CHATTERTON in another great, woman drama "Once a Lady" TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17-18 A ,big dramatic sensation, one of the best this year. MAE CLARKE KENT DOUGLAS —in— "Waterloo Bridge" Where lonesome ladies stroll. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19 AND 20 EDW. G. 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At their low prices of $8.50 to $12.50 they are the surest, safest health investment you can make! r PEACE SUNDAY 1 BY LAKOTAPASTOR Minn., weirs Vlsftors At falirtif ' ' '•••'•• Lakota, Nov. 10—The Rev. F. O. Johnson spoke Sunday on The Eradication of War, using as his text, Nations shall not lift up sword against nations, neither shall they learn war any more.—Mtcah 4:3. Let us think of Armistice day In terms of peace, not war, he said. He spoke of an article by Carrie Chapman Catt, president of the National League of W. V. In which she states that In 1325 the world had 267 causes for war, but In 1930, only one —huge armaments. She also states that more progress In world peace has been accomplished In the last ten years than In the .former j 10.000 years. • • I Last year we spent over seven .hundred million on war so why not spend a hundred million on peace, the Rev. Mr. Johnson questioned. The Rev. Mr. Johnson stated that r . Dr. Edwird Jonn*>n, 6* Kariawha, spent Saturday {tight with thft 1?,,O,. Johnsons. ' » ' The Frank Kralls spent Sunday at Mason City 'vi&ltmg Mr. Krall's brother. The I. E. Wortmans spent Sunday visiting relatives at Engfte Grove. • A baby girl was born to the Em* est Chrlste last week Monday. UPPER CLASSES WINLEDYARD BJJOURNEY Ledynrd, Nov. 10— The Inter-class basketball tournament was won by the upper classmen Thursday and Friday nights. The first game Thursday night was. between the the j he was very sorry to say i churches have failed to take lead in work for world peade and hns lost the opportunity for leadership and it Is now a political Issue. However, Christians must do all possible to help make world peace a reality. Unznnr to Be Held Saturday— Mrs. Harry Moe and Mrs. Earl Grabau were hostesses to the Methodist Aid at the church last week freshman and junior girls. the The the tho Bond's Fftlf to Mrs. Rao Stone'*M paper on the porks d Ch «**_. general duscusslon of the crime situation is Chfeago a- «*»**«*» that ot other cities, M^' ** freshments were served by the hos- Wednesday, nual bazaar The. date of the was changed to this week Saturday, and committees were appointed. Mrs. Harold Pierce, chairman of the name quilt committee, reported that 400 names and addresses had been secured and we.re embroidered in pink and blue on a white 'ground, and the quilt was set together with pink and blue. It was put In the frame at the Worley home last week Tuesday and the quilting was finished It will be sold at Friday evening, the bazaar. Out of Town Folks at Funem!— Out-of-town people who attended the Henry Gutknecht funeral are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gutknecht, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gutknecht, and Fred Kienitz. of Avoca, Wis. John I Kienitz, of Columbus, Mont,, Mr. land Mrs. Henry Kllest, Storm Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmitt, Garner, Edward Thaves, and' Mrs. Louise Schmitt, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Theisen, Titonka, Albert Jansen, Rake, Mr. and Mrs. G. Gutknecht, game was even the first half, with the freshmen leading 1-0. The game ended S-2 In' favor of the juniors. The sophomores and juniors 'played the closest game of the tournament, At the half It was 3-2 In favor of the sophomores. At the third quarter the sophomores still led 7-4 but In the last quarter failed to score, and the Juniors won 9-7. Kllnkslek made the basket to win the game. Tho senior and sophomor'e girls' game was one-sided, the seniors winning 19-4. The freshmen and senior boys' game was a walk : away 28-5 for the latter. Friday the 7th and 8th grade girls played the first game, and the latter won 20-2. The junior high boys' game was 42-21 In favor of the 8th. The junior and senior girls' game was even till the half, when seniors started scoring and won 15-4. The junior and senior boys' game was won toy the seniors 42-15. Harold Granner and Reuben Green refereed Thursday night, and Reuben and Gerald Warner Friday night. The money was used for the athletic fund. of Algona, Mrs. Wm. Moulton, Waverly, and Mr. and Mrs. A. Peterson, of Titonka. of M. Declaiu Contest November 20— The junior high declamatory con test will be held next week Friday, the date having been postponed. The program follows; oratorical— Born Rich, Marvel Drew; The American Indian, Boyd Leslie; dramatic— The Wheel of Time, Cleo Gable; Peter and the Angels, Evelyn Mayne; humorous—Jim . Krancy's Ford, Alice Hagge; peter Presents a Project, Edith Logan; The Old, Old Story, Elwood Green. Lu Verne, Nov. 10—An interesting contest closed last week between two divisions of a young men's class In the Methodist church. The con test was on attendance at church and Sunday school. Two captains were chosen and the losing side had to shoot pheasants and cook and serve them to the winners Saturday evening at the Community hall. The young men proved efficient cooks, and an enjoyable supper and evening was spent by the 24 present. After the supper there was sing. Ing, then talks by John Brink, teacher of the class, the Rev. Mr. Baddeley, Harry .Lichty, and other members. Officers were named as follows; Moynard Spooner, president; Luther Nygaard, vice president; and Robert Murray, secretary, treasurer. This class has grown from eight members to more than 20 In the last few months under the leadership of Mr. Brink. It was suggested ihat they form a basketball team, and they also plan several programs, one to Include a play to be given before Christmas. The receipts from these programs will be used to help defray Sunday school expenses. 100 Methodists Enjoy Banquet- Friday night women of the offi cial board of the Methodist church served a free supper to 100 mem bers and friends of the church. After the' supper there was music, a piano solo by Mrs. Rae Stone, and then community singing. The Rev. Wm. Baddeley gave a talk, and plans were made for the work, of the church during the church year that has just begun. Subscriptions were taken for the church budget and a social evening followed. The officials feel that a good start has been made In the year's work. Club Has Discussion on Chicago— The Progressive club held an in less. Services for Ttn. John WWjr— Services were held Sunday afternoon at the Presbyterian chUrch at Irvlngton by the Rev. A. English for Mrs. John Rlley, who died suddenly Friday'morning at the home of a. daughter who lives between Brltt and Woden. Mrs. Rlley la sur vlved by her husband and seven children, one son, Arthur Rlley, is manager of the Kunz Grain elevator, at LU Verne. Burial was made n the Lu Verne cemetery. the ph6asanthuntlng season Brdoki'.OtnAha! Mr, and Mrs. 1. 14.' Moore and eon Paul, Bd Tfatnpp, and H- tt. CJoVdon ( all of Des Moinesj and Clifford pfelffer, of Greene City, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. W. B 1 . Godfrey, Mr. (DAY, after she visits Belle Plalne, The Rev. and of Wlllmnr, M | nn " end at the p etc . ' The Kev. : and Mrs. 1< Chrtphian, Misses teresting meeting Friday afternoon Uteml Rochester— ktUim »»»<««•"$, «- ---- . . Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty, Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Chapman, W. B. Mason and Jennie Mason, Charles Patterson and Mrs..I. H. Benedict left Monday for Rochester, Minn., to attend the wedding of Opal White to Floyd Stacker, of Dover, Minn., which was to be solemnized Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at the First Presbyterian church at Rochester. Daughter of Brokows Dlei— A week ago Sunday Mr. and Mrs. H. Brokow attended the funeral services for their daughter, Mrs. Mabel McCord, at (Alden. ,Mrs. McCord died In a Chicago hospital the proceeding Thursday. Mrs. McCord was 26 year old and besides .her parents, a daughter, Helen, two sisters and two brothers survive. Orchestra to Play Sunday— A 15-plece orchestra under leader ship of Prof, Wesley Schaub, of Webster City, will come from the Methodist church at Renwick nexl Sunday night to furnish special music for the local church services Mrs. Baddeley will be the speaker of the evening. Other Lu Vorne News. Several families moved last week John Kublys are now living on the Peterson farm which they purchas ed some time ago, , Otto W.llles now Ruby' and tlorehcd Godfrey, Eva Roy ahd Leona Ramus attended a county booster tneetlng of Odd Pel low's and Rebektths ' at Wesley last week Monday. The-Kev. and Mrs. Kaehlen. 01 Renwlck, and the ReV. Karl Kauff ot Boxholnv were callers at the Rev I^ang horn* Monday. The Rev fir. lM.ns left Tuesday morning ti attend the tuneral ot a relative. The M?rt Bartons took .thel laughter Fern to Iowa CJlty Satur day for Examination. Reports wer !avo'rnble and Fern will be at horn for Mrs. Tl ">mt, soi ' iy night. The next week "In Chapman work for the l^ 01 bo held December T' Ed day. will <* met i Mrs. Gcno Hunt •«„ , L well City, a,,,, " le £ T ' 0t | ed at Frank SmliK, JllM 1 friends Saturday tl wll h The Frank Klnc,i,l 0 , „. spent the woo! t . c , 1( , ° 8 ' ot Mrs. Supt. ic-ite skinner. * I [pf ii7L*i > r Whites trocery Week-End Specials 2 large cans Pumpkin 2 large cans Kraut __ 10 Ibs. Yellow Onions _<j 5 Ibs. Sweet Prunes 2 pkgs. Corn or Gloss Starch Good Potatoes, per bu. Macaroni, Spaghetti or Noodles, pkg. j Ginger Snaps, fresh, 3 Ibs. ••'*.-. Festlviil Collection Is $120— A larse number of out-of-town folks, former residents, came to attend the Presbyterian Mission Festival last week Sunday. The offering amounted to $120, and the audiences during the day totalled about 1100. Visiting ministers during the jday were Mr. Buckholz, of Dubuque university, Dr. Bailey, of Estherville; the Rev. Mr. Schneider, of i Carroll, the Rev. Mr. Henry Krause, of Woden; the Rev. Mr. Coleman, |of Algona; and the Rev. Mr. Aten, j of Burt. IF. H. Committees Xamed— j The Leclyard township woman's j Farm Bure.au met Friday with Mrs. i Lou Nit-/, with an attendance of 20. | In presenting- the five-year program ! the assistant chairman appointed I the following commutes; Mrs. Jerry ykena to arrange for a township male quartet; Mrs. Jerry Heetland a woman's quartet. They planned a joint Christmas party with the general Farm Bureau at the John E. Smith's in December. Freshmen Give Entertainment— The freshmen entertained the sophomores and faculty at a party in the gymnasium last week Tuesday evening. Part of the entertainment was two games of basketball. The freshman boys sophomore boys 20-4. defeated the The freshman girls were also victorious 4-2. Other games were played and refreshments served. F. U. "Women Plan Party— The. F. B. Auxiliary met with Mrs. L. A. Nitz Friday afternoon. Mesdames Torlne, Holcomb, Telkamp, and Walter Hans were assistant hostesses. Plans were made for a Christmas party to be held at tho home of Mrs. John Heitlancl. Aid PacUnKc Salo Nets §3.75— Twenty-five attended Methodist Aid at Mrs. Johnson's at Lakota last Thursday. Each took a parcel post package valued at 15c, and each bought a package. About $3.75 was realized. STANDARD RED CROWN — the better gasoline :acti< tE! C iatu In Coining Murrluffc Announced— Friends here received announce nirnt of'~the coming marriage of IV.rothy Kathryn Stumherg and Arthur" F.. .lohnson, .both of St. Lrmi*, to be held in the Winnebago Presbyterian church in St. L,ouis November 25. Arthur is tho youngest sun ut the Tlev. nnd Mrs. Jerrio j .Icihnson. The Rev. ilr. Johnson j was formerly pastor oL' the local Vresbyteriun church. Birthday Surprise Given— Forty relatives gathered nt the Albert AVest home last week Tuos- clay evening to surprise Mrs. West in honor of her birthday. Christmus Basket Is J'lumiPil— Twenty young folks of tlu- Bureau 3. s. class h-el'l tlivir monthly party lit the church last \\eek Tusdfiy ev&- niiur. The evening \vus spent playing games, ami lunch was served. A business meeting was also held, j and tlwi class decided to prepare a I (.'h'.-isitnms dinner basket for a farn-1 ilv at C'hristmas time. Carl Boho! consult Dr, Other Lodyard.News. Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson, of Seneca, and daughter spent Sunday at Gus Anderson's. Mr. and Mrs, George Jncobson, or Mattawan, Minn., visited at parental home also. Anton Anderson returned with them. Charley Junkins, of Omaha, and .Too Jonks, of Bancroft, called, on Had Jenks and Mrs. Blanche, Jonks Satin-day. Dad and Grandma. Jenks spent Sunday with their son Joe at Build-oft. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Englebart, of Fort Dodge, visited at the Logemann, Poppy and Knfflebart homes over tho week'-end. Mr. and Mrs. Christ 'Larson, of Baxter, were also guests. Otto Swalve went to Bancroft to Devlne about his hand. 'is chairman of the. basket commit-1 tee. Aid Serves CoiiuniTciul C'lul)— ilesdames F. G. Torino, Harry i Moe, Otto Koppen, Guy Beemer, I Nick Behrends, Delia comprise tho third division of the ' Methodist Aid, served a 6 o'clock dinner at the church to 16 members ! of the Commercial club last Thurs. day evening. i dins. Johnson Burled Sunday— i Charles Johnson, who settled on I a farm northwest of Lakota, in ' 1SSC, was buried in the Swea City cemetery Sunday. The Johnsons moved to S\vea City more than 20 years ago. Some time ago he cut it while butchering-, and a slight infection set in, but it is healing now. Me.sdames Max Nitz, -Thompson, Howard Mayne, Neister and Mayer were guests of Mrs. L. A. Nitz, who Consult this Well Known Beauty Authority With Our Compliments As a special courtesy to our customers we have obtained at considerable expense the service of Mrs. Delia Perkins, beauty expert and special representative of Dorothy Perkins, who will be at our store November 16 to 21, inclusive. She will analyze your skin, advise you on your personal beauty problems, give you a complete facial treatment and show you how to give yourself the same treatment at home. No charge for this service. (We will have a private booth in our store) Phone now for appointment. Lusby's Drug Store ALGONA, IOWA Other Lakota News. Bert Kienitz, brother John Smith, who I entertained the Lutheran Aid of • Lakota, last AVednesday. Mr. and Mrs. AV. M. Hei-zog, and Mr. and Mrs. Klopin, of Baxter, vis- ted at Win. Green's and Christ Gel- laus's last week-end. The men en- ioyed huntin Thero were many out-of-town sportsmen at Conrad Gable's, Christ ieUiaus's, and P. AA r . and Ed lleeces's during the open season. Mr. and Mrs. Berltyn Kirkman, of Des Moines, and daughter, visited Mrs. Kirkman's mother, Mrs. Fred Brand, and brother Albert. Harold and Mildred Granner, and family, of last week Columbus, Mont., spent with his brother here. They have been at Des Moines since July, where their five-year-old child has been taking treatments. The Hobart Browns, of Cedar Falls, spent with the H. Friday and Saturday H. Murrays. They came to hunt pheasants. Mr. Brown was formerly superintendent of the Lakota school. Dr. J. E. Wright, Royce Keesee and Walter Bell, of Des Moinea, and Scott Abell, Ellsworth, were hunting pheasants here Friday and Sat urday. Mrs. Clifford Freark and lira. Jerry Heetland entertained the Pres byterian Missionary society at the Freark's last Thursday afternoon. Pete Hostler) of Jewel, Gene Hostler, Bill Miller, and Tom Oglevie, of Boone, came Saturday to hunt pheasants with A. B. Buckels. The George Mussmans spent last week Sunday visiting George's sister, the B. L. Dows at Sheffield. The R. R. Estles, of Goodell, visit ed Sunday at the home of his uncle Ray Estte, at Lakota. J. B. Smith entertained her cousin, Battle Griffith, of Marshalltown, last week. B, L. Gardners, O t Freeborn Ruth Jones, and Adelaide Randal left for Cedar Falls Friday evening to attend homecoming there. There is no school this week Thursday and Friday as the faculty are all attending state teachers meeting at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobs, o: Guernsey, and two children came Friday to visit the parental J. W Hartshorns. Janice Williams, who teaches a Van Meter this year, spent the week-end at L. W. Welmer's. George Moulton waa host to 3 hunters Friday. Most of them were state game commission men. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reece, of Des Moines, came Friday to visit at W. and Ed Recce's. Mrs. L. w. Welmer was taken il Friday morning, and Is under th> care of Dr. Devine. 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