Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 10, 1931 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 10, 1931
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10,1931. KOSSUTH COtTNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA PAOB , ** Aot H. W. Miller TWO CUPS WON BY LONE ROCK CONTESTANTS Lone Rock, Dec. 8 — The junior nmeiy mreei posters to be placed at high declamatory contests here and. the different Intersections warning at Fenton last week Wednesday driver to protect our children and Titonka Post Orders Safety Street Sigtis Titonka, Dee. 8—At the regular meeting last Thursday evening of the Legion It was voted to purchase safety street posters to be placed at . t 427, residence 814 a, *° wa ' i,° ft State fcank .Bite. 46Q.W. Algona, Iowa ,.„„ * LINN A» 8. B/ MbMahon , Llnnan 'zSlf'j^W. 8., 809; Algona, Iowa * DICKIKSOK *!,. J. DUWn-o ^S H-, 440 Attorneya-at-Law : f- ^^JSt DOCTORS ,.»„ *. — ..tun mui, tvwwiY »T wtiicnuti-y ended in honors for the Lone Rock contestants, who were, given the cup in both contests. Three towns were „.*!..,....i.n,i.r, -JL i represented, Burt, Fenton, mid Lone of making low; ock, with one speaker each In dra- vhlch to drive, matlc and oratorical, and two In lumorous. At Lone liock in oratorical the se- ectlon, Message to Garcia by Fred jwlefcl, of Fenton, took first and 'ho Constitution, Victor Mansmlth, Jurt, took second. In dramatic, jlttle Boy Blue, by Eugenia May Crlethe, Burt, took first, and Rich Juy, by Grace Newbrough, Lone lock, second. In humorous, Pink ce Cream, by 'Shirley Marlow, Lone Rock, first, Bill Smith, by Robert >ladstone, Lone Rock, second; Roand Lavrenz, Burt, third, anc Wayne Alderson, Fenton, fourth. At Fenton oratorical,. The Masterfu Man of the Ages, by Bernard Reilly Lone Rock, took first. Edwarc Llndsey, of Fenton,"was •second, In dramatic first place Went to Rober Schwartz, Fonton, with Scratch, th Newsboy's Dog, second to Eleano Vogel, of Burt, with, "Where Lov Is, There God Is. In humorous first Iowa went to Kathryn Stebritz, of Lone Rock, with, Mysterious Pup, second to Charles Glaus, Fenton, with the same selection, third, At The Miniature Golf Course, by Pearl Welner, Lone Rock, and fourth, Lyle Newel, Fenton. So far Lone Rock has participated In declam work* for four .,„. .,,_, j,, utv-i.,1. WUJ. '-ll I IU1 Cl I til III abide by the safety program sponsored by the 35 different leading organizations of the state as a means of making Iowa a safer state In iixlllary llns Qulltln* nee— Last week Wednesday evening ncmbers and friends of the Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Mary Sartor. One quilt was made \nd finished, a top for another nade, a partial layette made, and many carpet rags sewed. Those present were Olive Bruns, Jennie Breen, Camilla Cooper, Eva Peterson, Esther Aklns, Mary Sartor, Laura Hanson, Carrie Bonacker, Fannie Kiel, Sadie Denton, and Inez Wolfe, with guests as follows: Mrs. John Wood, Mary Oesterrelcher and Alice Sartor, Mrs. Sartor served a lunch. GOOD HOPE HOST TO UNION TWP, M, & 0, MEETING Good Hope, Dec. 8 — The Union Mothers and Daughters club was favored with a beautiful mld-wintei day last Thursday for the holding of the 25th annual banquet to the i , . , , , , Dodge last Thursday husbands and other friends of the Mra- Wm _ T to , Ing out of state troops in order to enforce the law. Christina* TWhs' AilvnnrinR—• Plnns for oljsorving Christmas iire going ahead tit flood Hope church. Tlu: Sunday schopl ami choir will furnish the program as In years* past. It. Is primarily the childrens' holiday and they delight hearts of their elders each yeur with their cheery contrlhutlons ot recitation and song at that time. Other Good Hope. All White Cross subscriptions from eommunic'iints of the Good Hope and Whlttemoro Methodist churches should 1)0 handed to the pastor direct or to the treasurer ot benevolences. Mr. and Mrs. .Tames ,1. Knoll and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mitchell and son Arthur, of Armstrong, were at Fort * KENEFICK ,,»...... Md Surgeons f over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 I Keneflck, M. D.', res. phone 67 [; Keneflck, M. ;D.. reg. phone 32B ~~C. H. CBBTZMEYEB Physician and Surgeoiv in John Galbralth Block ,one8: Office, 310; rea., 444 • IOWB Phyilclan and Surgeon » on South Dodge Street Office, 666; residence, 38« Algona, Iowa years, and has entered eight contests, winning seven trophies. The pupils did not receive any outside coaching other than their own teachers In school. ,Tii n lor. Class • Play - IMeaaes— . The play, College Hobo, was given by the Junior class last Thureday and Friday nights. The cast was: Ir. Sims, Kenneth Carlson; Sally Ims, Edith Mae Budlong; Rodney lochester, or Hobo, Arlo Larson; atrlcia Rochester, Elsie Kuchenreu- ner; Marvin Marshall, Merwyn •Tansen; Cousin Susie Johnson, Mararet Callles; Johnnie Johnson, Edvard Sleeker; Adolphus or Red, Donald Bantas; Prof. Crockett, Leser Eden; Miss Weaver, Margaret ileper; Fritzy, Viola Rlke; and Bess, Vernelle Zweifel. IWALTEB FIIA8EB, M. ». Physician, and Surgeon > in Quinby Bldg.,,Room 14. Phone No. 12 MEI/VITf G. BOURNE . Physician and Surgeon' Office in Postofflce Block Les: Office, 197; residence, 211 DR. AV. I). AWBKEW8 ntlilc Physician mid Surgeon , Ear, Nose, and Throat- X-ray i over Hub Recreation Parloi Office, 187; residence, 688 [j)K. B. A. EVANS, M. B. ir Diathermy »nd Obstetrics. Iver Borchardt's Drug'Store; Idence phone 312, office 306. Algona, Iowa. — ~ CHIROPBACTOBS BH. 11. J, THIS8EN falmer Graduate Chiropractor • teen year's successful practice Office over'State's Gate VETEBINABY group. The affair Was held at the Community room with SO present. Among guests were Mrs. George Godfrey, and Edith Heaven, Rochester, N, Y., who is visiting her sister, Mrs. Alfred Jergensen. It was a great pleasure also that Mrs. Sadie Schenck was able to be present from her residence in St. Paul. A program of excellance WUK presented opening with the singing of the club song and other songs of n. community character. Mrs. Alan Bishop, Algona,, played .two' piano numbers, Nocturne and Berceuse. An address, Living that Matters, by George Godfrey, carried a splendid message and was enthusiastically received. Vocal numbers, I Love a Little Cottage, and Neapolitan Nights, were sung by Helen Morrow, with Mrs. Bishop at the piano. The program concluded with an instrumental number, Theme- Mrs. \Vm. Trcptow accompanied Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kennedy, Burt, to Mason City Monday. Mervin Gardner was absent from school two days last we«k with an attack of flu. The D. C. Gardners were guests at the C. L. Dittmer home Sunday. SEXTON FARMER MISSING SINCE FRIDAY MORNING Sexton, Dec. 8 — M. L. McEnro di.vappetired from his home Friday morning at nine o'clock. He wa last seen protng east across the corn field east of his home. No trace of A D Sensation e Beginning Tomorrow—We offer a Marvelous Selection of Gorgeous Styles—All Copies of $15 Models All New-Just OLl UlllClllill 1»1U.IHJ 11UI11LTC1 , I. UTIIlUr™ | »••-• — ~—•-- —- ..... -- --- _ - — land by Bach, which was played by j him has been found as yet. L. W. FOX . Veterinarian .;••: . iWest State Street;.Algona ;otflce, 475-W.rre3., 475-R. COKTBACTOBS COWAN * SON al Contractors % , Estimates Furnished Business, 639-J; res., 89 -MACHINISTS [09TON MACHINE WORKS •-Machinists and Welders yj Service Stock on ton Kings, Pins, and Bearings School Class Visits Court- Last Thursday afternoon the com' mercial law class of juniors and seniors, accompanied by V. V. Frye L E. Godfrey, and J. M. Blanchard visited the district court in session at Algona, and heard part of the Riddel vs. Frankl case; The class watched selection of some of the jurors and the examination and cross examination of some of th< witnesses. Plans were for the clasi to go back and hear the argument: of the attorneys in presenting th case to the jury the first of thi week. Some definite and permanen impressions are gained through firs hand observations of court proce dure. College Group Sings Here— The following double quartet from Buena Vista college entertalnec with an hour of music at the regular morning services at the church: Charles R. Sager, instructor of voice; Phyllis Agler, Adeline Hansen, G-race Mack, Rbettina Abben, Herbert Hurley, Edgar Wall worth, Myron E. Olson, assisted by Alcesto Larsen at the piano. Professor Smith, instructor of science, gave a short talk on the work of the college in general, and the music department in particular. The octet sang at Burt in the morning, and were going to Ringsted for an eve ning service. Lone Rock Loses to Seneca- Next week Friday evening Lone Rock boys and' girls meet the Ledyard teams on the local floor. These will be the last games before Christmas. This Friday evening Lone Rock boys play at Lakota. The boys' winning streak was broken on the Seneca floor Friday evening, when Lone Rock lost 32-10. The Seneca boys played spectacular basketball, making many almost unbelieveable shots. Lone Rock, girls \vere also defeated 28-11. Cut Hill to Fill Valley— Ollie Tyler, of Omaha, visited the Titonka Second In Declnm— Declamatory contests were held ast Tuesday evening here and at Lu Verne. Lu Verne took first in both contests, Titonka second, and Wesley third. Lu Verne received the cups. Four Attend Federation Meet— Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe, Mrs. R. C. Ball, Mrs. John F. Fisher, and Mrs. Stephen De Vries attended the federation meeting last Tuesday at Algona. The Algona club entertalnd. Aid Bnwiar Clears $140— The Methodist Aid gave a supper and bazaar at the church basement Friday. A large crowd attended and $140 was realized. Mrs. Clara Thompson. Table andj room decorations were in the club colors, blue and gold. The assemblage sat down to an excellent two-course dinner at 1 Christinas Program Starts— . The program committee started work Saturday on the Christmas _.._ —.— .-_ - prognim. Airs. Harvey Steven and o'clock, which was prepared by the, Ila olsen con ipose the'committee in menu committee, Gusta Patterson, chal . ge Marie Harris has charge Frances Gould, Mame Steinman, ot tnc mus j c- Mary Leason, Lizzie Kohl and Ida Aid to S«rve Supper— The Aid will serve a waffle suppei at the Sexton hall this Thursday evening. There will be wattles Winkle Jr. and served to the guests by *Mr. and Mrs. Bob Leason, Arthur Ward, Capitola Gould, Alfred Leason, Mabel Leason, Ira Kohl, and Esther Madson. The program committee consisted of Maud Xel- son, Clara Thompson, Mark Sarchett,' Harold Jones. The affair, was characterized by the' high quality" of success and excellance which has become normal in all the undertakings to which the organization applies itself. Surprise Party Is Given— Young friends of Trella Gardner syrup and coffee. For This Event Only! Priced to Create Amazement Has Ulcer on Eyeball- Donald Bacon is suffering | an ulcer on the eyeball, caused from an Injury by a corn stalk while plck- ng corn. Other Titonka. Herman Rachut, Evol Pouelson, and the Jay Budlongs were In Algona last week Monday afternoon. Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe, Mrs. Harry Beed, Mrs. Frances Budlong, and Mrs. Roy Budlong were Algona callers last Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, who operate the Wilson cafe here, entertained Mr. Wilson's father, mother, sister, and brother from .Algona over the week-end. Arthur E. Budlong, of Cedar Falls, was here Monday and Tuesday visit- Ing the Jay and Roy Budlongs. gathered at D. C. Gardner's after school Friday for a surprise party from j to celebrate her 10th birthday. dren spent Sunday with Mrs. .Oscar Hammond, Games and other activities made a merry two hours and a half. The guests left at 6 o'clock leaving behind many happx wishes. Guests present were Mrs. Quinten Bjustrom, teacher at th e Gardner school; Albert Madson, Evelyn and Vedolia Klatt, Frances Sorenson, Eugene Broderson, Charlene Rath, \Vilma and Maxine Moore, and Patricia forThe ni h g;t th rerurnfng r .to ma thelr| **?'**"£• Boxing Match Is Held— A boxing match will be held in the hall this * Wednesday : night.. Floyd Pasley and Frank Berger are sponsoring It. . Other Sexton News. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neahring entertained Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seelin and daughter and her husband, last Thursday evening at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Seelin are from Elkader. Albert Glave was with them. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and chil- Mr. and _ _ . north of Wesley. Mrs. Miller is a sister of Mrs. Hammond, formerly Pearl Smith. The Aid met last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Lloyd Steven: Mrs. home in Algona on Saturday morning. . . Teaoher Injured in Faint- Margaret Dodds, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Dodds, had rather a serious experience last week Tuesday at school number three, of which she is teacher. While in- returned to Cedar Falls Tuesday af- struct i ng a c i as s she fainted and in the resulting fall dislocated an arm ternoon. tj>t Courthouse PRODUCE Phone 552 rnoon. tne resulting u"i uioiutntcu tin «•••• Mrs Virgil Pendergast entertained and badly spr ained the muscles of the Woman's club last Thursday'- - - — " «—•••*—' afternoon, and Mrs. Jay Budlong gave the lesson on International Relations. Mrs. Fred Wentz and son Jonn Frederick returned Saturday even- Ing from Blue Earth and Elmore, where they spent the last week vls- 8WIFT * COMPANY .. Cash Buyers [Poultry, Eggs, and Hides Matt Lamuth, JOjsr. • Phone 264.! Itlng. Mrs. George and Mrs. William INSURANCE 8DTH»COUNTY MUTUAL N8UBANCE ASSOCIATION r 116,000,000 -worth of Insurance A home company. Safe, J. O. Paxson, Secretary ALGONA INSURANCE ¥ AGENCY * llarre Al FalkenhgJner [Reliable Insurance Service • __ __ Phone 65 I Property Loans. Farm Loans. ; f Insurance. Real BJstate. CUNNINGHAM ft LACY - State St. Algona, Iowa t JOE OHEENBEBfi | New and used Auto Parts Tires and Accessories Hides, Fur and Wool Algona, low* • ~ "••'••'•""^'WVWT~'«F^ T w W. POST i Dray ana Transfer Distance Hauling. ' e ry load insured jMnst loss and dani- ,to do ail kinds of tag and J»HO$U Algona, Sharps last week Wednesday. The Sharps have contracted for a big excavation job near Omaha to fill a gulley which has cut nearly loO feet deep near a paved road. They will cut dirt from a hill to fill the hole. Delbert Sharp, Raymond Bier- steadt, Mervin Marlow, and Harlan Fish left Monday to start work. Grade Pupils to Give Play— Next week Thursday evening Iiltn and sixth grade pupils will present a Christmas program. The feature will be, Jake Snyder's Christmas. Other numbers will also b e on the program. There will be no admission fee. Everybody Is invited. Three NOW 4-H Members— Some thirty 4-H club members and their mothers attended a club meeting at the Alex Kruger home Saturday. Three new members were enrolled, Evelyn Blersteodt Burl Sanders, and Kathryn Stebritz. Other Lone Bock, The Mite society was entertained at Mrs. Frank Dacken's last Thursday The society meets next with Mrs Farrls. The program Thursday consisted of a paper by Mrs.^ ant and several songs by Mru.-.W. U and P. M. Christensen, Mrs. L. B. Hollister and Mrs. Jay Godden. tJWSSJ: A -S^X pupils gave a Christmas WS*^ After the business session the worn en Played volley ball and habket ba Mrs H J Rice, who bus been vis- UiS l2r sister,' Edith Hoxie, at A number from tiere attended church at Wesley last week Wednesday evening and heard the male iiuartet from Piney Woods school, Mississippi. The Strother Wise family has- mo'ved to Mason City, and Mr. Wise is working on a farm there. He- is a son of Mrs. G. B. Wise at the store. Aid met witli Mrs. G. B. Wise Monday afternoon tp plan for the Peterson entertained the Aid in the basement'of the Methodist church last week Wednesday afternoon. George Higgins left Sunday even- Ing for Excelsior Springs, Mo., where he will enter the U. S. Veterans hospital for treatment. The Roy Bonackers entertained their bridge club last week Wednesday evening. Mrs. Virgil Pendergast won high score. Mrs. John Fisher, Mrs. R. C. Ball, and Mrs., Jay Budlong attended Eastern Star at Algona last week Tuesday evening. Herb Winter, »f Swea City, and "r>enton drove to Cedar Rapids Sunday- on business, returning Shirley Bruns, oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs. Henry Bruns, Is sick, suffering from inflammatory rheumatism. , Mrs. Luvia Craven, who has been 111 In bed for several weeks, was able hor left knee. Mrs. Henry Engstrom was called, and helped her to 'her home. Dr. M. G. Bourne, was summoned and took the patient to Algona for x-ray examination for hidden injuries. Despite the fact that Margaret is carrying her arm in a sling she returned to her work the following day. Wood Substitutes for Lease— The Rev. Allen Wood substitutes for Dist. Supt. Lease last Sunday night in opening a series of special meetings at East Chain church in Minnesota. This is the out-appointment of the Rev. C. B". Mitchell's work at Armstrong. Dr. Lease was detained by the wrecking of his car Sunday morning while en route to an appointment. He slipped from the icy pavement into . the ditch, badly damaging his car. Fortunately he suffered little more than a severe shaking up. Clare W'nu'ie Loses Cows— On a recent tuberculin test of his herd of dairy cows Clare Winkle, who ownes the former Grant Salisbury farm, had 16 reactors out of 17 cows. When a thing like that happens to one of your own neighbors It is not difficult to sympathize with the spirit of the farmers in the 1 southern part of the state which has made necessary the call waffle supper to be Thursday evening at given this the Sexton hall. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven were called to Corwith Sunday morning by the serious illness of Mr. Steven's sister, Mrs. Harry Mariam. Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and Edith spent Friday at the William Greenfield home "near Irvington helping dress ducks. HERE'S WHAT $6 WILL BUY • Transparent Velvet Combinations • • ..•''- •' Q Fur-Trimmed High Shade Sunday Nites. ^ New Bright Color Frocks. Fur-Trimmed Crees and Satins. 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