Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 26, 1931 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 26, 1931
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KOSSTJTH COttKTt ADVANCE, At/SoNA, tdWA Fur Market is surprisingly healthy, consid- condition. We are paying more JOE GREENBERG PHONE 118 'genuine Gruen Baguette priced within your means ,Q{ course you''Want a "baguette" , wrist watch. But there are differences —important differences—you should know.. Some baguette watches are merely small and narrow. They are not dependable timekeepers. The Princess is a timekeeping bag' uette watch made by the Gruen Guild, .foremost specialists in small movements of high accuracy. And yet it costs no more than many watches less beautiful and/or less accurate. A. H. Borchardt Jeweler GRADE DEOLAM VICTORS NAMED AT SWEA CITY Swea City, NOV. 24 — The seventh | and eighth grades held their local declamatory contests last week. Two were chosen from each class with one alternate. i n oratorical Frances Torlne, Why I Am an American, and Robert Lelancl, .The American Indian, were chosen with Girford Smith; I Am an American, being chosen alternate. In dramatic, Lucille Evans, The Bed Next Door, and Doris James, The Forgotten Witness, placed, with Irene Smith, A Beautiful Flavor, of alternate. In humorous, Robert Haglund, 'The Mysterious Pup, and Dorothy Erlck- son, Tho Bride and the Butcher, placed, and Elmer Berg, Jimmy Jones Studies Jogafy, was chosen Junior High Declamatory Victors Named at Ledyard alternate. These boys and will later compete with the girls rounding towns grade contests. Thirty-three took part in these contests. Many Attend Training School The training school at Armstrong is moving along satisfactorily, with between 75 and 100 enrolled. Sixteen are onolled from Swea City and .seven from Grant. Those from Swea City are the Rev. and Mrs. B. L. Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. S. Warburton, Iva Moats, Robert Haglund, Lou Haglund, Mrs. Fred Seylor, Mrs. Nellie Anderson, Mrs. William Thompson, Carrie Harner, Mrs. Floyd Griffith, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Carter, Gall Carter and Marie Jacobs. Those from Grant ar e . Theodore Tokhelm, Helen Briggs, Wayland Porter, Eunice Newton, W. O. Briggs, Richard Swanson, and Mrs. Oscar Swanson. The Rev. and Mrs. Weaver are both teaching this year. Ledyard, Nov. 24 — The local junior high * declamatory contest was held Friday evening. Marvel Drew, won first In oratorical, read- Ing Born Rich, and Boyd Leslie, second with The American Indian. In dramatics Evelyn Mayne was first with Peter and the Angels; Gabel, second, reading Tha Wheel of Time, in humorous Edith Logan won first, Peter Presents a Project; Ellwood Green, second with, The Old, Old Story. Miss Wylam was judge. These six winners will represent our school In contests at Swea City and Lakota December 1. Seniors Lose But Juniors AVIn— The junior and senior high basketball boys wont to Titonka last week Tuesday night. The seniors lost, 15-7, but the juniors won, 22-2. This was the first junior high game of the season, and Jack Moulton, Leonard Warner, Ellwood Green, Armin Schultz, and Howard Dyer started the game, with Gordon Jorgenson JUNIOR PUPILS HOLD TITONKA HOME DECLAM and Victor Weaver Harold coach. Granner Is substituting, junior high CAN STAND THE DAMAGES BETTER THAN You THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY lint door north of Iowa State Bank Phone 55 last thine befoff you eo— the first thing when )'ou come back '. ,, , you Copdtyf gjlls to friends and long distance alls to the personsyosiare going to visit—and then when you have returned,, it fs by telephone that you find out what haT&eji b»ppening while you were away ... and get b^ into the swing of things. . When you' m « bonr;'wbw » convenience it » to have » V?lepbphe beside your favorite chair . •wen beside yow bed convenience AU Ihj t^ y^i I? leph9«f is offering yo" c That's the value of insurance. In case you are involved in an automobile accident, and your car-is wrecked; or worse, heavy damages are brought against you and sustained by the court—insurance means that you : are,-relieved of the burden by an organization well able to stand the loss. To you it might mean ruin. Today, you can well afford the small cost of National Citizens Mutuals insurance. But could you afford to meet the consequences of a serious accident? Th. SAVING (• out-fourth of your or*- mimm mhtnyou iniurt your •or witrttHoHmtlonml CM- ttrtt Mutuf.lt. Cot tht foclt from our mftnt in your city, or mrltt dirtct. (NATIONAL-CITIZENS MUTUALS \IHTIONAL IMH.SM1NT MUTUAL CITIZCNS FUND MUTUAL Oitmtonnt, Minn. Kti. Wing, Minn. BARRE & FALKENHAINER Choir Gives Song-Service— The Immanuel Lutheran church choir gave a song service at the church Sunday evening to a full house. The program follows: song, congregation; Scripture reading and prayer, the Rev. Mr. Swanson; Lord God We Worship Thee, Father In Heaven, Behold a Host, choir; piano duet, Frances Dahl, Mrs. Raymond Swanson; song, boys' octette; talk the Rev. Mr. Swanson; song, girls' ciuartet; talk, George Wallentlne; County Music Festival Planned— V. A. Barrett attended a Schoolmaster's club meeting at Wesley last Thursday evening. A commltlee composed of Miss Miller, Algona; Mr. Fardal, Burt; Mrs. Morrison, Lu Verne; and V. A, Barrett were elected to lay plans for .a county schoo music festival at the Algona -higi' school In the spring. The nex Schoolmaster's meeting will be helt here in December. Attend S. S. Training School- Mr, and Mrs. George Thompson Ralph Olson, Mrs. D. B. Mayer, Mr.s Barrett, and Barbara Wylam attend ed a Sunday school teachers' train Ing school at Armstrong last wee Monday, Wednesday, and Fridaj and the same days this week. Th school closes this week Friday wit' a picnic supper. Weldon Brand Car Wrecked— Weldon Brand met with an aut accident near Gerled Saturday ev ning when he had a head-on col The Sun .Shall Be no More Light, Forever Worthy Is Thy the Titonka, Nov. 24—The junior high cclamatory contest was held lost hursday at- the high school u.udl- rlum here. Contestants and selnc- ons were: Oratorical, Merlyn chru.ni, -Behold, a Martyr; drama- c, Betty 'Budlong, A Beautiful Fla- or; Kdna HOH, Taking Jay Home; velyn Schultn, The. Lilac 'Lady; Cathryn Schram, Joey'H Friend; ela SSweifel, Captain January; hu- morous—Loi.s I.Soykun, Hally 'Lou las Lost Her Teoth; Loraino Lam- reux, Who's Afraid?; Leln, Peteron, Ma, toy Bus; Louise Sachau, Betty Drives a Bargain. Placings vere Morlyn Schram, oratorical; ramalic. Kdna Ites 1, Betty r.ud- ong 2, Kvelyn Hchultn 3, Kuthryn jchram 4, and Lela XwoICel C: and lumorous, Loraino Ijamoreux 1, Uise Sachau 2, Lcla Peterson 3, and Lois Boyken 4. The critic judge vas Helen Hollls, of Swea City. Tho next contest will be December 1. Suitable tor Children, and Mrs. Mary Budlong gave an Interesting talk on the home In observance of Home week. Mrs. A. P. Scartoyzl, Des Moines, formerly Viola Helfner, came last Thursday for a short visit with her parents. The John F. Fishers drove to Mason City | last Thursday to celebrate Mrs. Fisher's birthday. Mrs. L. C. Helfner and Mrs. Hansen entertained at the Methodist Aid last week Wednesday. Alice Sartor returned home Monday from the hospital at Algona and is recovering nicely. DR F. E. SAWYER B BO otm.owv MHB wvuronra BTB BIGHT BPRCIAttB* IOWA Vnxllliir) Has Two .'Meeting's— Members of the local Legion Aux- liary unit were invited to the home of Mrs. John Wood last Thursday ind considerable work was done. Attending were Mrs. Cluirles Cooper, Mrs. William Rlcklefs, Mrs. Esther iVkins, Mrs. Fred Wonts;. Mrs. Jim Breen, Mrs. Guy Brans, Mrs. Raymond Bonacker, Mrs. Laura Hansen, Mrs. Martha Falk, lira. Sadie Denton, Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe, and Mrs. Mary Sartor. The unit has .been invited to the home of Mrs. Esther Breen, a member, who lives at Woden, to listen to the radio pre- Christmas program broadcast Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock over WOI by Mrs. Grace Gilbert King, department Rehabilitation chairman. Ames Legionnaires will join Mrs. slon with another car and was j King in this program, which will be Lamb, Grieve not the Holy Spirit, choir; song, congregation; benediction, the Rev. Mr. Swanson. Ministers Talk at Program— Swea City ministers, speaking to the H. S- students Armistice day, told of some of the undesireable phases of war. The Rev. Mr. Sel- mens told of the causes of war, the Rev. Mr. Swanson gave the lessons war has taught, and the Rev. Mr. Weaver spoke of the memories of war. The program follows: band selection; Invocation, the Rev. Mr. Swanson; talk, the Rev. Mr. Sel- mens; songs, junior freshman girls' glee club; talk, the Rev. Mr. Swanson; songs, senior girls' glee club; talk, the Rev. Mr. Weaver; song, thrown into the ditch. He w£.s cut and bruised about the head and the car waa 'so badly wrecked that it had to be brought to town on a truck. Methodist Aid Plans Bazaar— The Methodist Aid met with Mrs. D. B. Mayer last Thursday, and plans were made for the annual bazaar and supper December 9. 'Following is the menu for a 25c supper: chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, baked beans, cranberries, rolls, pie, coffee. dedicated to the 1200 ex-service men in 13 Iowa hospitals. Grant Bazaar Big Success— The Tiee Bracks, the L. C. Star Spangled Banner; the Rev. Mr. Seimens. benediction, James Elder's Mother Dies— James Elder, manager of the Farmers elevator, was called to Spencer last week Tuesday by the death of his mother, Mrs. James Elder Sr. Mrs. Rider had been in her usual health and died very suddenly of apoplexy. She was 71 years old, and was born In Scotland. She came to Emmetsburg in 1S70, thence to Spencer in 11,883, where she has since made her home. She is survived by three sons and three daugh- Her husband died three years ters. ago. Illustrated Lecture Given— The W. C.' T. U. met at the J. F. Mitchell home last week Tuesday. After the regular meeting the Rev. B. L. Weaver entertained with an illustrated lecture, liare Facts, showing the rise of Prohibition and the decrease of disease and expense since prohibition. The next meeting will be a Christmas party at the C. O. Peterson home. Each member is to bring a guest, and each one Is to bring a gift to be sent to the Benedict home in DCS Moines. Victories Open B. B. Season— The basketball season opened for Swea City Friday niglit with two victories for Swea City. The H, S. boys won from East Chain 37-5,. and the Cardinals wqn over East Chain 47-22. The H. S. team played Ring- •sted here this Tuesday. The Cardi nals will Play Ledyard here next Monday in a benefit game for the boy scouts. The Cardinals will play Seneca here December 4. Ileruld Office Is Remodeled— The Herald's printing establishment presents a different appearance since the changes lately made. The two south rooms have been va- outed, and the office and stock room moved to the front of the north rooms. The composing and typesetting Is done in the .southeast part of the north room. The two south rooms will be rented for office rooms. Boys Attend Football Game- Saturday the Rev. Mr, Seimens took four Boy Scouts to the .Drake- Ames-football game In Dos 'Moines. These boys, Roy Bravender Jr., D. W. Fultz, Bud Hunlfan, and Sidney Hutchlnso-n. were given this trip by the scout tribunal as a reward for excellent work and con- 4uct becoming a- scout during the preceding year. OTHKK SWEA C'lTV, The Legion Auxiliary, with the Thursday club, will hold open house next Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock in'the Lesion hall. The public is asked to bring useable garments to the hall at that time. These garments are to be used tor county atd work. Quilts will be tied to be used for the same purpose. The Legion gave a feather party I,, the Legion UaU Saturday night. The corn game wan played with poultry for prizes. The legion cleared newly- *30. which will be use* or the legion generaJ fund. The party continued until midnight. Norwegian Lutheran women hel<J their annual bajs&aj: ft»4 suppsj,-, in the «*W* UWWt «*«*»* W* *» w«r« nwwsW Strands, and the Howard Maynes attended a bazaar at the Grant church Friday evening. Supper was served to 184, and the women cleared '$6G despite bad weather and roads. Mrs. Baschara Loses Brother- Mrs. Charles Baschara received word last week Wednesday that her youngest brother, who was 12, had passed away at his home in North Dakota. She and Fred Munyar left for there immediately. Hear Lakota Negro Program— The George Thompsons, Leon Wordens, and Ed. Campbells went to Lakota last week Tuesday evening to hear the Cotton Blossom singers and they report them excellent entertainers. Bake Sale Held by Aid— A recent bake sale' held by the Sunday school classes at Brack's store netted $7.10. Other Ledyard News. A card party was held at the sacred Heart church last Thursday evening. A good crowd attended. Door prizes were awarded, and Jerry Sullivan won a turkey and Clifford Jenks a. duck. The Ralph Olsons were Sunday dinner guests at George Thomp- •son'a, and the Rev. F. O. and Mrs. Johnson at Leon Worden's. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Redlnger spent the week-end with the latter's mother, Mrs. Blanche Jenks. Mr. and Mrs. Albert West and Mr, and Mrs. Virgil Locke were at Mason City last Thursday. Harold Granner was at Bancroft last week Tuesday evening, referee- Ing basketball games Two Donlile-Headers Played— A double-header backctball game was played last week Tuesday evening with Ledyard. The local junior high school lost 22-2, 'but Titonka won 16-7 in the high school game. A double-header was also played Friday evening with Fenton. The Fcnton second team was 1-1, but thoj Titonka first team won 20-12. Red Cross Holl Call Started- The Legion Auxiliary-will sponsor the Red Cross membership roll call, and the workers started Monday morning. Titonka has always ranked high In the roll call. .One-half of the funds thus collected will be retained for local relief work. E. K. liitcrinlll Breaks Collarbone— E. n. Intermill fell from a horse last Thursday and broke his collarbone. The horse slipped in a badger hole while running. Mr. Intermill did not feel the break till Friday, when he went to Dr. 'Pierre Sartor to have it bandaged. High School Hears Two Talks- Mr. Hamilton, Mason City, was here Friday for a short visit. He gave two talks, one to the vocational class and one to the high school. He talked. on trying to get the children more interested in school. Other Titonka News. High cream checks for October were: Nick Heesch, ?268.72;. Bruno Stecker, $175.10; Warner Smidt, $134.98; Robert Callies 1 ,' $110.56; Edw. Zweifel, $96.90; John Koestler, $92.14; A. Schram, $79.22; William Welhousen, $77:52; Senus Isebrand, $74.46; Mark Bacon, $74.12; Chris Brandt, $70.38; Dick Welp, $68.68; C. E. Brown, $64.94; Fred Stecker, $64.26; Wert Asche, $60.86; John A. Harms, $'60.'o2. October butterfat brought 34c. The Woman's club met last week Wednesday evening with Mrs. Herman Rachut. Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher gave the lesson' on Historical Trees. Roll call was Books Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bngelbarts left last week Tuesday for a two weeks visit at Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Lauritzen and Harold Granner were Algona visitors Saturday. WINDOW GLASS BE- PLACED. Prices lowest. 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