Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 3, 1931 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 3, 1931
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IBER3. 1931. J JNIOf SOI BAND ANIZED KOSSUf H COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA AH size*. School and Church trees. and get your pick A store in our cool Jar until Christmas. SHOP CRAYEW AND HIS GATE BAND , TWONKA jtday Night, This Week. Week a Double-Header TWO HOT TOO DANCES it ylklnf Accordion Band, Dance, Tnetdajr night, "* *' 8 B ' nd ' VtMmy JJlRht, B \v. SHEPARD, Manager. ATLBYARD kedynrd, Dec. 1—V. A. Barrett, music instructor, has organized a Junior band of more than 30 pieces. This Includes from fourth to ninth grade pupils. Following are the clarinet players: Lurene Lloyd, Ella Goetz, Henrietta O'Keefe, Alvlra Halvoi-Hon, Lillian Klinkslek, Arlowe Blome, Lillian Knponsk, and Glen Lloyd; cornets—Edith Logan, Arlene Drew, Alice Junkermeler, Ruby Womack, Duane . .Thompson, Lorenz Nltz, Luetta Gelhnus; alto— Esther Junkermeler, Evelyn Ma-yne, Edna Leslie, Russell Nelson, Billy Baumann; saxophone—Doris Welfare, Maynard White, Howard Nitz; trombone—Vcrnon Lepper, Dwight Smith, Albert Goetz, Ellwood Green; baas—Howard Dyer and Harold JOBS; drums—Margaret Smith, May- nnrd Warner, Boyd Leslie, Leonard Warner; .baritone—Cleo Gable and Agnes Junkermeler. Both H. H. Teams Win- Bancroft boys and girls came here Father of Bancroft Woman Is Killed PAQBTHM* Mrs. and spent Bancroft, Dec. 1—A telephone en 11 received by Mrs. A. O. Stmmseth Sunday evening Informed hc.r of a fatal accident In which her father was killed near 13ensftn, Minn., about 5:30 that afternoon. Mr. ami Andrew Tollefson, mm Alfred daughter Thelmn, h;i<| Thanksgiving with tho A. O. Htr'otn- seths here and left Sunday morning for their home In Sturbunk, Minn. AVhen tliey were north of Benson their Ford sedan struck a rut and skidded on Ice Into a guard rail, wont down a grade and upset. Mr. Tollefson, 81, WUH killed almost Instantly, and his wife received MOV- hi^r ^rif T^nr „"!""-• T ^ <— i ™ M -- •« FENTQN FOLKS HAVE GUESTS THANKSGIVING I'Vntnn, Dun. 1—Thanksgiving day wiiH celebrated at Fenton by nuni uroiw family gatherings. Among Hie fiunilies who entertained were Mrs. Henry Warner Si-, who enter tiilni'd ht;r children and their fam ceived minor bruises. Thelmn .Mrs. JGSHO O'Keefe and clniiffhte 1 -tit ,, _ s i i win i\. i u«, in. ijtr\iy ui u t ivi i . it MU mi.- di vlnsr the car. Mr. and Mr». Strom, I *,„, Wttrner iuld rtuugh t e ,- Lola, th seth and three children nro /it Star-! n ,„„.,, \ Vi ,rnor .|r. family. Mr. am buck. Mr. Ktromsoth is last week Tuesday evening to play basketball. The girls' game was a winner of j Mrs. V:illi<> Shott and daughter Don Traders Havings j Ui \. Mae, Mr. ami Mrs. Marcus 1,1ml j sry and children, Mrs. George Shot ••me! son Vcster and grunddaughte Hetty. The L. ,1. WoiHbrods had UH the! Chris WIdclel, ton. Mr." and the Fiirmers & bank. Teachers Have Vacation— Frances Berens returned Kunduy f-'"m Chicago, where *he spent I Km;!)ts • Mr . • , Mra . Thanksgiving vacation with her| Uly r>asmns "" n , Fe vhere they spent Thanksgiving vlth the Joevors. boys' mother, Mrs. John They returned Sunday. Newlywcds Are Honored— Mr. and Mrs. .John Ulfers enter- alned Friday evening at their home north of town in honor of Mr, and Mrs. Fernley Runchey, of near Algona. The Runcheys are newlyweds, ind were married November ]4 at Rock Island. Mr. Runchey Is Mrs. Ulfor's nephew. Silver >V«>(1<linB is Observed— Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Krause celebrated their silver wedding anniversary Saturday evening by entertaining relatives and friends at a six o'clock dinner. About 100 guests attended. After dinner cards formed the evening's entertainment. Hospital Pntlrnt Is. Home— Lydia Meyers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Meyers, who hac an operation for appendicitis two weeks ago at the Kossuth hospital at Algona, has recovered sufficient ly to be able to return this week. brother. A. J. BereiiH. Georgia Car-! MrK . m W lddel, Madelia, Minn., mean spent Thanksgiving, with her) j| mmp . Roforty.. Marguerite Saun- thrilling one. At the end of the n^'anT'eJu^'slaav 1100 "-" 11 ' ! ' 1W ' S " ml Har ° ld ^'^' "" ^ quarter the score was tied 7 Reward , 0 r information leading to -arrest and conviction of i party or parties who mu- ited the glass on the swlm- e pool building; f Be above reward will be , upon conviction of the Illy party or parties by the v of Algona/ '•C.'F. SPECHT, '• Mayor. lost around the. corner. We j It a further BOOST by adyanc \ YOU «300 OB LESS to pay your I MERCHANTS all your mlscel was obligations, then- repay n Jtery small convenient monthly ments. You can secure wha ,ey yon need today by seeing LACY Algona frlst quarter the to 7. At the half Bancroft was leading 18 to 11. Third quarter Ledyard scored 9 points to Bancroft's one, nnd Ledyard took the lead 20 to 10. In the last quarter first one, then the other, led by a point 'or two, but when the whistle blew Ledyard had 7, Bancroft 26. The Ledyard boys won 20-8, having quite a lead hroughout the game. S. S. Training School Closcil- The Sunday school teacher's raining school at Armstrong closed Friday evening with graduation exercises and a pot luck supper. Over 100 people attended this school and 42 received credits. Ten towns were represented. They were Armstrong Dolllver, Estherville, Fenton, Ledyard, Lakota, Swea City, Grant Graettinger and Huntington. Thosi from Ledyard who received credit, were Mr. and Mrs. George Thomp son, Mrs. V. A. Barrett, Mrs. D. B Mayer and Ralph Olson. iNINGHAM i 698. Local Representative for FEDERAL FINANCE CO. srzo IBS; OF FAT IN JUST 4 WEEKS ilrs, Mae West of St. Louis, Mo.. "I'm. only 28 yrs. old and Ighed 170 Ibs. until taking one t of your Kruschen Salts just 4 |eks ago. I now,weigh 150 '.bs. I i have more energy and further- I've never had a hungry mo- tat folks should take one half ^poonful of Kruschen Salts in a is of hot water 'every morning ire breakfast—an 85 cent bottle 14 weeks—you can get Krusch|at E. W. Lusbys or any drug in America. If not joyfully Milton i iiont.s ».t Drake at Des Mollies, and /eldo spent his vacation with his, (.'.lady* wnisbrod, of 'Whittemore. oiks at Lu Verne. Mrs.'Lhuifi Putx.j Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Schwartz en- pent her vacation at Kclgeworxl. i tcrtalned a family group—Mr. and /here her husband Is employed in a i Mrs. (J. P. C. Lnage and daughter Link. Miss Berens and Miss Car-i Edith "ml Hun Waldrner, A. H. mean are grade teachers at tho pub-! Fete.rstm. Fenton, and the Hans Wil-' c school. Mrs. Linus Put/. !R prin- \ l«Tg family, of Ringsted. ipal, and Mr. Weldo is coach. I :— Itirthdiiy flub IK Kntertiiined— Mr. anil Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod entertained the Birthday club and the members' husbands In honor of their 19th wedding anniversary Fri- rliiy night. Bridge was played at four tables. High score was Won by Mrs. ,r. A. Schwartz and consolation Picnic hams were given | by Mrs. C. G. Humphrey. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Eigler, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. C. Goetsch, Mr. and Mrs. !•;. A. Welsbrod, Mr. and Mrs. !ard I'arlles 'Draw Crowds— A large crowd attended the Forster card parties and dance*; last veek Monday and Wednesday cvcn- ngs. On Monday evening prizes vere won by F. J. Welp, Mrs. 13. II. •Cohnke, Esther Schiltz, and Anton Schneider, 'or prizes. Wednesday evening J. H. Sheridan and Mrs. diaries Baker won high in bridge and Peter Kramer and Mrs. J. H. Menke won in j Charles Xewel. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. 500. Kelly and his Kcllodians, of! Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Britt, furnished the music, for thi:i Llndsey, and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. dances. The dances have been dis- j Schwartz, continued till after Christmas. Martina Olson Dies Suddenly— Mrs. 'Marv Olson received word Other Fenton News. Adella Mlttag, who has been oper atlng a beauty shop at the Carney barber shop at Emmetsburg- the past week, spent Thanksgiving with her mother, Mrs. Mary Mlttag. Lydla Mittag, employed at the Joe Aune home at Algona, came last wee] Tuesday and spent the remalnde of the week with hor mother. Mrs. j. T. Waite entertained he •sewing club Saturday night. Mem bcrs present were Mesdames O. K Cchmidt, Kenneth Stephenson, W R. Wolfe, A. H, Meyers, J. T. Sny der, Frank McFall, and Charles J Weisbrod. The time was spent sewing after which refreshments were served. ' Alice Kluss and sister, Mrs. Grace Gibbons and children, Phyllis and Roger, of Gait, spent the week-end at the parental Fred Kluss home. Florlce Gibbons, who spent last week with her aunt, Mrs. E. A. Welsbrod, returned home with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson entertained Fenton and Algona friends Friday night. Bridge was played at three tables. Mrs. W.'R. Wolfe, of Fenton, and Harold Sorenson, of Algona, won high score prizes. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Valley, of Minneapolis, came last week Wednesday evening and remained till companled home by Paul and Fred Bailey for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Relmers and daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Qerhards and children, Georgia, and Jackie, pent Thanksgiving at the Raymond ome at Ringsted. Little Ula Mae Sharp spent a few ays with her grandparents, Mr. and Irs. John Dempsey, while her par- nts, the Glen Sharps, of Lone Rock, vere in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall enter- alned the tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Menz, and sons Wlllard nd Clarence, and Mae Zwlefel at dinner Sunday. The Rev. J. T. Snycler family, O. Stephenson family, and Mrs. Carrie Volght enjoyed a joint Thanksgiving dinner at the Wllbert Hul- lorff home. Agnes Goetsch, Marjorle Bailey, of Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Valley, of Minneapolis, were guests 1 it George Goetsch's at Seneca Frl-j day evening. Paul Eigler was dinner host to Elsie Kohlwes, Lily Rasmussen and Dr. S. W. Meyer at the home of his parents, the F. H. Elglers, Sunday. The W. F. M. S. meets this Thursday at the Methodist church parlors. Hostesses are Mrs. C. G. Humphrey and Mrs, R. C. Goetsch. Mildred Goetsch and Marjorle Bailey, attending the Capitol City Comi merclnl college at Des Molnes, spent the week-end with home folks. Mrs. Hattle Welsbrod and son Lester drove to New Market last week Wednesday to visit the former's daughter, Mrs. F. J. Worrell. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Schmidt and son Gordon were Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Schmidt's sister, Mrs. Frank Lupin, at Bancroft. The P- H. Jensen family went to Des Moines last 'week Wednesday where they visited at the G. E. Griffith home 'till Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Stephenson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Peterson, Algona. The Elmer Welsbrod family, of Fenton, and B. D. Weisbrod, of Hartley, were dinner guests at the E. A. Welsbrod home. Mr. and Mrs. F. p. Newel spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Newel's mother, Mrs. Mary Sorenson, at Waldorf, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. William Greenfield, of Irvlngton, spent last week Wed nesday with their, daughter, Mrs. John Ulfers. Mathilda and Olivia Kressin and Nettie Welsbrod spent the week-end with a girl friend at Mason Cftfr. The O. M. Millers, of and C. H. Humphrey were entertaHfc- ed at the C. O. Humphrey's. Mrs. Kate Newel drove to Hartley- Saturday and visited the Newels till Sunday 'afternoon. ^IIwL'l ;} -•s ')' > Bancroft J [Held From Last Week.1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Becker, of son City, were here several days th« last of the week. Mrs. Becker, wh*»> was formerly Rosalyn Lappc, art*. 1 , who was the saleslady In the ready-" to-wear department at Kennedjpl* before her marriage In June, hel^s- ed at Kennedy's during their Mgfc- sale. Mr. Becker had the mistortiMW- to lose rtls left arm In an auto ««**•• llslon several weeks ago. Glenn Cage, who has taken Plath's place at the Murray tor, moved his family into the on the west end of town which t*»- Plaths formerly occupied. Robert Menke, 3-year-old son «C the J. C. Menkes, broke his rigbfc. arm Friday when he fell-off the cupboard. SEE SANTA CLAU8 DEC. ItL ' {•' »>T frf. ia? Methodist Uimaar Kext Wednesday The M. E. Aid will hold their an nual bazaar next week Wednesday December 9. A 25c chicken suppe will be served, and there will b fancy-work for sale. Independent B. B. Team Organized The Independent basketball tean went to Lakota Friday evening fo a practice game. Nine men are out] for the team this year and theyj should have a successful season. j SpKt Games With Seneca- Friday night local basketball teams went to Seneca. The girls lost to Seneca 13 to 19. and the Ledyard boys won 18-14. Other Ledyard News. Two Girls Give 1'artles— Marguerite Welp entertained 14 I Monday morning of the sudden jSunday at the R. C. Goetsch home, friends at a birthday party at her i death of her daughter, Martina Ol- Mrs. Valley Is a niece of R. C., She is the j son at Peoria, 111. The body will George, and Agnes Goetsch. bo shipped to Fenton and burial! Selma and Elma Meyer, who are will be made in the family lot at •the cemetei-y near Rlngsted. Miss home Saturday evening, oldest daughter of F. .T. Welp. who j owns the Standard oil station on j highway 16!). Viola Merrill enter-1 tained 20 of her friends at a Thanks- j Olson is well known here, having giving party Thanksgiving eve. The! lived part of her life with her sis- ' ' -' — Newel. guests spent the first part of the I ter. Mrs. (J. W evening at the roller skating rlnk.i and later they played games at her | Visit in Oklahoma— home. Yelma Dyer von high score-; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ilaase drove j B. Johnson, the E. J. Frank family and Eileen Kohnke low. i to iKmnellson last week Tuesday | and Mrs. Kate Newel. employed at the Dr. Scanlan and Dr. Andrews residences at Algona, spent Thanksgiving with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel had as their guests the LeRoy Newel family, of Hartley, Mr. and Mrs. G. tied after ney back. the flrat ERFECT! Naomi Hewitt, former teacher a polis for here and now at Renwick, visited school here Friday. Barbara Wylam returned home with her to Swea City to spend the week-end. Other visitors here that day were Marion Moore, McGregor; Genevieve Kitley, Hardy; Hazel Zelgler, Rockwell. W, B. Mason, Lu Verne, came to visit his daughter, Mrs. George Thompson last week Wednesday and to accompany them to Sioux City to visit their son, Milton Thompson, and wife. They returned Thursday evening. Laurence Pingle substituted for Mr. Thompson on his mail route. Mrs. Harriett Matzener entertained her mother, Mrs. Blanche Jenks, son Clifford, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Redlnger, of Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jenks and family, of Blue Earth, for Thanksgiving dinner. Elvln Carpenter left last week Wednesday for Cedar Rapids. Mrs. D B. Mayer and Marjorle accompanied him as far as Waterloo to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Dunham. They returned Sunday. Ruth Jones went to Algona to visit her sister, Mrs. Edward Genrich, over Thanksgiving. Her friend, Hazel Zeigler, returned with Friday to visit school Academy Team Defeats High The St. John's basketball tea,m j u, ( defeated Bancroft high's team Friday evening, 15-13. St. John's plays Whittemore academy there Friday. Other Bancroft News. The A. H. Fuchs went to Minno- where they were joined by the for-1 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ford, of Whit iner's brother.. Leonard Haase, and temore, visited at the F. C. Bailey three left for El Reno, Okla,, home last Thursday. They were ac- WHY Be without Automobile Insurance ? Local automobile damage cases in the District Court are attracting considerable attention. In the case of Jesse Riddle against John Frankl Mr..Frankl is being sued for $5,000 and finds himself faced with the burden of defending the case himself. NOW, more than ever before. Is sound insurance protection necessary- why carry the burden on your own shoulders, when, for a very small cost our reliable companies will reliave you of all expense and trouble over any automobile accident Involving a claim against you. If you'want dependable and reliable automobile insurance service call or phone The Algona Insurance Agency C. R. LA BARRE "Reliable Insurance Protection" AL FALKENHAINBR the sxme attending the of pharmacy, here with his •That's your opinion and' lyour expression as you [take your car for a try- lout after we have given [your motor a thorough (overhauling. Rates are ivery reasonable. |Wm. C. Dau of Courthouse Phone'165 her Thanksgiving, and will return the latter part of this week. Mrs. Fuchs has a sister in Gordon, which is near Minneapolis, and the Fuchs family has many friends in the citiew. Mr. Fuchs owns the Fuchs hardware here. He attended Minnesota-Ohio State football Saturday. Evans Carmean, Des Moines school spent his vacation parents. A friend, Harold Pohlman, attending school at Cedar Falls, visited him over the week-end. Mr. Pohlman was coach at the public school the last two years. The Ed Wolf family, of Wesley, was here Sunday to see. Mr. Wolf's ^ mother, Mrs. Jake Wolf. Mrs. Wolf, accidentally cut a coixl in her leg) three months ago while picking up plums and has been walking with crutches since. She is staying with her son Eugene at present. Mr and Mrs. H. J. Guide, daughter Maxine, and Mrs. Anne McQuirk were Thanksgiving guests at C. c. Smith's at Burt. Mr. Guide operates the Mayer & Guide implement shop here, and Mr. Smith is the senior partner of the Smith Bros, department store In Burt. The Fred Beckers, of Mason City, spent several days U«t.week: hero. '% Mr. and Mrs. Allspack and family, of Baxter, were guests at William Green's and Herman Herzog's last Mrs. Allspack is a niece Mrs. Becker helped In Kennedj store again. She was em- there before her marriage Bros.' ILETIC SHOW At SEXTOX, IOWA IEDNESDAY, DEC. 9 Thursday, of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George Jacobson ^ JIM ....... and" children, of Mattawan, Minn- were guests at the parental Gus Anderson home Thursday. "Bill" Weimer went to Van Metei last week Wednesday and from there to Redding to spend Thanks- ind Mrs. J. C. Pederson and spent Thanksgiving here with son Cecil and wife. The boys remained until, Sunday. , Mr. and Mrs. Jew O'Keefe and Henrietta were Thanksgiving guests at Miw. O'Keefe's mothers in Den t0 Mrs. George Thompson uccompan- fioundD of Fast MA1W CO 149 Ibs. Bu,rt:, 6 ROUNDS OHnm W Ibs. Cosgrove • HO Ibs, 2 ROUXPS 140 ployed last June. , ' Mrs Joe Sherman is at Ivensal N' D., visiting relatives. Her mothei died a few weeks ago, and J. J Sherman and Mr. LIverniore o. Fairmont, attended tho funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Elsbecker and her father, Henry Blooker, returned from Byersville, where they visited relatives for several days. Whittemore "I ?•! Verne, to Charles C visit her brother. George Moulton, t, ev i Wiemer, and V A, "Barrett attended a foot- 5 game at Fairmont last Thuw M 'r. and Mrs. Cl.xter Dexter and ot Ware, spent Sunday at at the "'"' (Held from last week.) Edward Meyer, who died Thurs dav was born at Scharachurka in the province of Wolhymein, Russia February 18, 1866. His. parent* wer Mr and Mrs. Gottlieb Meyer. FtTneral services were held Satur dav from St. Paul's Lutheran church Whittemore, the Rev. Wm. Faul- Htlch officiating, and burial was made in St. Paul's cemetery.^ In July, 19U, -the family came to the United States and settled near Whittemore. Mr. Meyer was sick fm two weeks preceding, his death. «<? s survived by Mrs. Meyer, five chil- AugustL .Theodore, Adolphina, • "••»» -r „ _..j inn <Trnr\ti- and her Thanksglvlng a home of a brother. ^KSir.sK^^nw, S' boy last week Woan<*du . uren, AUBUQJ.P., •-.• • __,,,.« Mathilda, and Erna, and ten, grand- was baptised by the Rev. Wasner, and the same pastor him in 1S80. Mr. Meyer Bring the Kiddies < Velocipedes. The child's vehicle. It brings exercise and thrills, still is safe. $2.79 to $3.89 MECHANICAL TOYS Just wind the spring and watch them go. Felix Scooter, Mickey Mouse Drummer, Ferris Wheel and Walking Felix. 25c 49c 98c Dump Trucks Heavy gauge steel to stand wear and tear. The kind boys appreciate. $1.69 Pool Tables Everything is Ready for Christmas China Tea Set* BEAUTIFUL DOLLS Boll Trunk, 98c Looking for a home, Daisy dolls all fixed up in fancy dresses : — with moving eyes and voice are sure to please most any little girl. 98cto$2.98 They're All Here Big dolls, little dolls, mamma dolls and character dolls, all dressed up in attractive costumes are featured here 25cand49c Wardrobe Trunk, $1.49 Perfect miniature tea sets like Mother's will be appreciated by most any little girl. 25c to 98c Dolly Ann Kitchen DOLL CABS- RUBBER TIRED For every little girl for Christmas. Nothing could please her more for the new dollies. $2.19 to $4.98 Steel top Furniture Set- Table and Two Chairs _ — 4 A popular game for the young folks. Complete set, rubber cushions 98c Henry was torn Ia st weelc to l at Fenton. The have to«r boya and one girl. TOOK- CHESTS For boys Air Rifles Every boy wants a gun. Why not one of these Daisy Air Rifles, single shot. $1,49 SteamShovel With crank level — automatically opens and closes bucket. 98c M&TAI. Latest Toy Sensation • Doll on Velocipede For the first time—a baby doll pedals a velocipede in square circle formation turning the handle while pedaling and swinging body from side to side. Lots of action and interest 98c "Graham" Coaster Wagon* are all steel, roller bearings, rubber tires v The kind a boy needs. $3.95 CHILDREN'S TOY BOOKS 10c Mickey Mouse Tidy Sauirrel- Book of'Fairies Three Little Kittens 1»C Adventure Series Boy L , Scout Seriea Cninn '•$ton •Girl Crick Series; MECHANICAL TRAINS Here the come. 'Watch them go on curved tracks Teddy Bears Clown Bears life * makes a ^>jg fclt HH CHAWS '^SFSjf "*^HWlW il^^l^R. 98ctp$l.9S 25c it$

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