Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 10, 1931 · Page 10
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Replacement Your broken door and windshield glass replaced while you wait. Non-shatter windshield glass for Model A Ford, installed » 6 ' 00 JOE GREENBERG PHONE 118 mazing Ne* L ort Cost LUO OIL BURNER CO. 1501 Union St., GRISWOLD, IOWA FENTONHOLl SERVICES EX-RESI S OR 1ENT Fenton, Dec. 8 — Funeral services were held last week Wednesday afternoon for Martina Oleson, whose body was brought here from Peorla, 111., Wednesday forenoon, with the Rev. 3. T. Snyder officiating. Miss - Oleson, youngest -daughter of the Martin Olesons, was born.in Waterloo, Neb., January 31, 1899 and die*last week Monday morning When she was two years of age her parents moved to a farm near Ring sted, where they resided until Mr Oleson's death in 11902, after which she made her home With her mothe and sisters. In 1917 she was graduated from the high school at Conrad. Afte graduation she taught school six years, her first school two mile east of Fenton. Since |lt)28 he health had gradually failed. He mother and three sisters, Mrs. Len Hanson, and Mrs. Marie Wilson, Peoria, 111., and Mrs. George Newe of Fenton. Two nieces and seve nephews, besides a host of relative and friends, also survive. CHAIR CANIW IS STUDIED^ ^ BYflMMTfftiJECTQROUP Chair caning, lesson one of the .ome furnishing, course being sttid- cd by the'county project groups, wa* enjoyed by the Grant township oaders NoVertiber 16 at Mrs. Floyd Colwell'ft. Grant Ui the first group o have a 100 per cent committee attendance this -year. A covered lish luncheon won enjoyed at noon. Those 'present were! . :Mrs. .toe Mayne, publicity chairman; Mrs. Roy Mino, Mrs. Lois Zieteke, Mrs. W. O. Brlggs, Mrs. S. G. Holm, Mrs. Leonard Mino, Mrs. Florence Kelly, Mrs. Delbert Hunt, cooperators, and AU10NA. IOWA BEET GROWERS TO Mrs. Floyd chairman. Colwell, new township FORMER LEDYARD WOMAN IS LOW AT FORT DODGE Ledyard, Dec. 8 — Word has been received here of the serious condl tlon • of Mrs. Nellie Knapp, Dodge, who suffered a 'stroke. For She remembered;'here as the late Mi- Mentor's sister who -stayed here with the Mentors one summer and fall. ORCAHIZETO FEDERAL RELIEF Organisation of beet producers In the Mason City and Cheskft factory districts was Earth, Minn., discussed November at- 23. Blue The Seneca *>« 17 UK. F. Wkea t» M«« »t fflMMt H«T» /our eye* thorough!/ «x*«lMt CAWV17R *YB SIGHT SPECIALIST 3A»T I EilV A1OONA. IOWA Mimeographing Advance Publishing Co. Junior Dcclam Contest Held— A Junior high declamatory contest was held last week Wednesday evening in the high school auditorium. There are six junior high school declamatory contests in Kossuth county this year. Two contests held in each of the three sections, of the northern, central, and southern sections. Each school sends contestants to the two contests in each of three classes. The schools entered in the Fenton contest were Burt, Lone Rock, and Fenton. Winners follow: oratorical—first, The Masterful Man of the Ages, Bernard Reilly, 'Lone Rock; second, Spartacus to the Gladiators, Edward Lindsey, Fenton; dramatic—first, Scratch, The Newsboy's Dog, Robert Schwartz, Fenton; second, Where Love is There God Is, Eleanor Vogel Burt; humorous—first, The Mysterious Pup, Kathryn Stebritz, 'Lone Rock; second, same selection, Charles Glaus, Fenton. Mrs. Opal Morrison, of Lu Verne, was critic judge. The music between classes was a piano solo by Leona Borchardt, and a cello solo by Bertha Huskamp. Woman's Society Meets— The W. F. M. S. met last Thursday afternoon at the Methodist church parlors. Devotioal was in charge of Mrs. J. F. Newel, and Mrs. J. T. Snyder was study leader. A demonstration, In the Village, was given by Mrs. O. J. Stephenson. A demonstration Childhood's Diadem, was given by the Light Bearers and Standard Bearers, assisted by Mrs. J. T. Snyder, Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod, Mrs. H. C. Lindsey, and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. C. G. Humphrey and Mrs. R. C. Goetsch. The J. H. Jensens spent Sunday with Mrs. Jensen's sister, Mrs. E. L. Erdahl, at Blue Earth.' Mr. Erdahl owns a fox farm there and will soon pelt some of the foxes, which are at their best at this time of the year. 1 The George Jensens, of Ringsted, growers from JCossuth, and Wlnne- togo counties in Iowa, and four counties In Minnesota met vylth Leo Stuhr, representative of the Federal Farm Board, who was present to explain the set-up of similar organizations in other beet growing sec- Mr. Stuhr outlined the Marketing Act as It relates to beet growers and told of .the organization of the beet and cane advisory committee at Denver during September, 19 3«Since that time, working through this committee, there has been set up i'l regional groups. Kach of these reglonals Includes from one to nine factory' districts, which- together cover practically all the main beet producing areas of the country. In the set up of a regional for this territory, it is planned to include growers In the Mason City, Iowa, and Chaska, Minn., factory districts. Organization for such reglonals have been adapted to the laws of the various states and are fairly, well standardized. This includes a board of directors selected by tne growers, consisting of five, seven, or nine men, each representing 6iitBi«J*rii who t6wn where LOW PRICES spent Sunday afternoon at August Nelson's. The Willing Workers met with Betty Nelson Saturday afternoon. Sunday school children are busy learning parts in the Christmas program. Luther League members will also take part in the program, equal acreage of beets in that gional. The separate factory Over 15 years have passed since jewelry prices were so and your better judgment will tell you to take advantage them for your Christmas shopp'ng. Our usual quality jewel at prices you may never see equalled again. Come i n todaj and see what we have to of fer. For Service ry Cleaning Low Cost Thorough Work Make Dry Cleaning not only an economy operation in the way of getting longer wearing service out of your clothes but gain added economy through the 'low dry cleaning prices we offer. You cannot get better work. You won't find lower prices. Patronize your home dry cleaners. t Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 537 P.-T. A. Program Is Given— The P.-T. A. met last week TueS' day in the high school auditorium with the president, O. J. Stephenson, in charge. The program opened with community singing led by the boy's §rle« club, and was followed by a dialogue, Robert's Accident, by room 2; two selections by the boys' glee club; exercise by room one; recitation, Edmond Krause. After the business meeting lunch v served in the basement. S. S. Class Party Is Held— A class party was held at the Methodist church parlors by the young married people's class last Thursday night. Officers were named: president, A. H. Meyers; secretary and treasurer, W. R. Wolfe. There were 16 present, and the evening was spent at games and refreshments were srved. JC. Wcisbrods AVed 52 Years- Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and the Rev. J. T. Snyder family were entertained at the Mike Weisbrod home Friday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weisbrod's 52nd wedding anniversary. and meet every Saturday afternoon for pi'actice. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brown and sons, Armstrong, spent Saturday at the parental Mrs. Anna -Osborn home. Mrs. Jennie Jensen spent Saturday afternoon -wtfth her aunt, Mrs. Carrie Thompson, of Swea s City. . The Aid met with Mrs. Silas Knutsen Friday afternoon, 'with a large crowd attending. A devotional meeting will be- held at the Lutheran parsonage this Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wear, Seneca, were surprised Saturday evening when their son. Earl Wear, and his family, of Marshall, Minn., drove in for a visit till Sunday afternoon. Sunday evening the Ralph Campbell family visited at the Hem-y Looft home. Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. John Andreason and son spent the evening there. Mrs. Refine Rossman was serving on the jury last week. Esther Dahl accompanied her to Algona one day last week. •Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen were Sunday guests at Lewis v Appelt's, near Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Halvorsons 'entertained their children Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wilberg and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Albert TJlstad and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Linus Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft were Friday visitors at Millen Jensen's. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Vant spent Sunday evening at Jim Wear's. The Jens Halvorsons and Mr. and Mrs. Linus Jensen were Saturday visitors at F. M. Christenson's in Ringsted. Mr. and Mi-s. George Goetsch were entertained Sunday at the John Homan home near Fenton. The Charles Thiesfield family, of Arm strong, and the Otto Borchardt family, Fenton, surprised the Homans when they came unexpectedly with'filled baskets tor dinner. The families are old friends. an re- dfe- tricts are each represented by committee of three or more men Who are also selected by the growers of "that factory district. The local stations may have their own officers and directors and assist in the. selection of the factory district committee and in turn have representatives to select the regional direc- °The regional holds stock in the national association at the rate ^of one $100 share for each regional director. All expenses of the organization being borne by a two cent per ton assessment, one-half cent or which goes to the national organization, and one and one-half cent to the regional to be administered by them or redlvided with one-half cent going to the factory district. Marketing agreements are used and sufficient enrollment must, be made by growers to warrant organization. " The agreement running for ten years with an inactive-membership standing allowed to members for any year in which they do Man's Wrist Watch- in solid gold $50 Man's Sport Watch chromium plated $15 THIS YEAR Christmas Candy AT GOOD OLD-FASHIONED PRICES You can buy good Chocolates at — ._70c to $1.00 Specially wrapped for Christmas with ribbons and seals. We have two superb l^nes of Chocolates CHOCOLATES FKOM THE HOUSE OF GABBOTT in all the varied assortments. Chocolate creams, hard and cherry, fruit and nut centers. Both in bitter sweet and sweet milk coating. » —And the well-known— MABTHA WASHINGTON CANDIES BATAVIA GLACE FRUITS Come in and inspect our fine stock of Commercial and Home-Made Candies. YOURS FOR BETTER CANDY THE ALGONQUIN CONFECTIONERY J. F. BEHLMEB, Prop. 101 East State Street. Algona, Iowa. Other Fenton News. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Newel, Mrs. Kate Newel and Hadley Bailey, the Jake Zwiefel family, and the Will and Charley Voight families were Sunday guests at Frank Weisbrod's at Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Ness Kyhl, Doyon, N. D., spnt last week at the home of the former's brother, R. N. Kyhl. The two families drove to visit the J. A. Furtneys at Ceylon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Schmidt, Mrs. J. T. Waite and Mrs. Schmidt's sister, Mrs. Frank Lupin, of Bancroft, visited relatives at Cherokee week Tuesday. Edna Lauritzen, who has been employed at Dennis Smith's the'past several months, returned to WTiitte- more last week Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. William Osborn and son Lyle and Mrs. Anna Osborn visited at Jennie Jensen's Sunday. Mrs. Sade and Mrs. Hans Jensen will entertain the Aid in the cHurch basement next we,ek Thursday. This will be the annual meeting, and al" members have been requested to bring or send mission boxes. Off! cers for the ensuing year will be elected. not raise beets which is re-instated again if they raise 'beets during any succeeding' year. Suph agreements have been used for some time in western beet organizations with some even starting at this time on their second ten-year agreement. Many problems were discussed such as grower's contracts, labor hauling, tare men, individual suga tests and the group present gener ally agreed on the need for an organ Izatlon, appointing a committee t urther consider the set up an •ork with other groups on such rogram. Many questions were asked of M tuhr in regard to effect on pric neetings of organization, ' finance, ugar tests, tare men and attitude f beet processors; in reply to the atter it was stated that generally he processes were working in co- peration with the growers in or- anization activities. The temporary committee appoint:d by farmers present included the ollowing growers: N. L. Zinder, Butterfield; W. H. Poole, Truman; larlton Lyons, Elmore; Asher Zen- ske, Frost; Paul Kloser, St. James; T. J. Nurre, Bancroft; Sanford 3erehtson, Pemberton; Clarence South Cresco The Rev, and Mrs. C. V. Hulse Algona, called Friday on the Messrs and Mesdames Will and Fernle Runchey. Friends received word here re cently of the arrival of Oscar Wll Ham, second son and third child o Mr. and Mrs. David White. Mrs White was Mary Royce. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Potter hac been married 25 years Saturday, an were guests that evening of the O last | S. Moores. The Mothers and Daughters clu will have a Christmas party at G W. Brown's Thursday evening, De cember 17. Each person attendin is to take a lOc gift. Mesdame Whittemore defeated Fenton in a double-header basketball game here Friday night. The girls score 13-4 and the boys', 25-8. Mrs. A. H. Meyers and Mrs. F. P. Newel attended the county federation of Woman's clubs at Algona last week Tuesday. Mrs. G. B. Johnson was hostess to her bridge club Saturday afternoon. High score was won by Mrs. William Boettcher. 'The Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder entertained Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wels- brod and daughters Nellie and Gladys, Sunday. Irene Newel, teaching junior high at Belmond, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Newel. Mrs. A. H. Meyers entertained the evening sewing club Saturday. There were 11 present and lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Chan Dailey and Jimmy, of Algona spent Thursday evening at R. C. Goetsch's. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod were entertained at LeRoy Boettcher's at Burt 'Sunday. Donovan Brown, of Estherville, was a guest at the Charles Glaus home Sunday. Just another of our dependable wrist watches for men. Every one a nationally known make. Priced from $10 If she says "Yes" say "Merry Christmas" with one of bur beautiful solitaires. From' $20 to $50 The onyx ring is smartest in black $10 A graceful, slender I wrist watch $17 A sporty type of w» Special $24 Our women's watches are modern i attractive. See our T« low prices. $27 We will deliver anywhere—just be sure to make your sele tions in time. At least two weeks time for gifts going abro and one week for those going to other states. Make Selections Early. * We will hold gifts for you until Christmas. Lusby's Drug & Jewelry Stoi ALGONA Zupp, Blue Earth; B. E. Blom, Bricelyn, and O. T. Osmondson, Blue Earth. This "committee plans ,o meet soon at Fairmont.. Following two more meetings for eastern and southern growers in the Alason City territory there will probably be a meeting of the committees Women's Footwear Tea Day Sale Beginning Dec. 9 — Ending December Ifj Are you one of the Advance'* 3,000 Satisfied Sub»crib*r»? Sexton Mr. and Mrs. Clem . Cunningham and son Charles Edward were guests last Thursday at A Mrs. Fred ald, spent Mon parents, Mr. 'Alberta G day fueet of Greenfield's. son Don- Br$t with her «• i"«i^«^ Laurence Olson and John Simo are the committee in charge. Ther is to be a Christmas program. Twelve from this locality wen Monday evening to W. L. Martin' Algona, and charivarled Lloyd Mar tin and his bride, who returned Saturday evening from St. Benedict, having spent a week at the home cf the bride's parents, Mr- and Mrs. A. Harig. Five hundred was played at three tables, with the usual treats and a luncheon by the groom's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Applegate were made happy Sunday by the arrival of a daughter, making Mr. and Mrs. E. C. potter grandparents. Mrs. Potter is with them, and Ruth Batt is caring for the household duties. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Sparks drove to Sioux Rapids Sunday, taking Mr. and Mrs. Archie McPaniels and little daughter La Donna Fay to their home, also Mrs. Bert Watkina. The latter was to spend a w&ek at Sioux Rapids before returning to her home at Ames. • Remember the 2,5c supper and apron sale by the Aid Friday evening, December 11, at W. L. Martin's, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. John Ulfe'rs, Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Will Runchey spent Thursday assisting the worn en's, mother, Mrs. Will Greenfield near Irvington dress 75 4«clcs for market. , Mr, and Mrs. will Runchey enter tained Tuesday evening 1 last week a an oyster stew in honor of their son F«rnley and ftte bride". Guests were Mrs. ThomSs Douglas, Mr and Mrs. Henry Douglas, and eons, Mr, and Mrs, Charles Runebe; This Price for The»e 10 Day. Only 781 pairs of Women's Quality Footwear will be sold for this low price of $3.85 for these 10 days only. This lot consists of brown calf tie», brown calf stras, patent straps, black kid ties, patent ties, blk. calf ties, black calf straps, brown kid simps, colored kid ties, black calf pumps, black kid straps. They are all good styles and the beit of shoemaking and materials. Styles and quality that have been selling at prices ranging from $6.00 to $10,00, Widths AAA to EiE, Bro wnell Shoe Co. Algon*, low*

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