Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 17, 1931 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 17, 1931
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vSrauwii prilVr.KVOIPK- *ri r r - - taken the agency BUr-Pee tin cans for territory. .Have hand at all on nes. .ALEXKRCEGER lone Bock, Iowa KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA..IOWA PAGETttM* GIRL SCALDED WHEN KETTLE FALLS 75 Men and Women at Swea City Night School ICK'S Repair Shop PEC1AL Wesley, Dec. 1.5 — Donna Ward six-year-old .daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ward, suffered an accl dent last \ve«k Wednesday. She was Caching for her mittens In the warming oven of the kitchen range and It Is thought her dress mus have caught on the teakettle. Th teakettle was overturned and one o Donna's legs was scalded badly She Is obliged to remain In bed, bu she la recovering nicely. Royal Neighbors Elect— The Royal Neighbors elected off cers last week Wednesday evening Oracle, Mrs. J. P. Hauptman; vie oracle, Mrs. Simon Hlrner; past o acle, MrH. John Ormsby; recorde Mrs. Paul Erdman; receiver, Mr Murphy; chancellor, Mrs. E. Swanson; marshal, Mrs. Ann ti KUnz; musician, Mrs. Looft; ma ager, Mrs. Sturdlvant; Inner sent nel, .Verna Kerrlns; outer sentinel, 'Mrs. Zack Gibson. Installation will be held Wednesday evening, January a, Mrs.. Bertha Looft, Installing 'officer, The outgoing officers will servo lunch. Swea City, Dec. 15—Seventy-five men and women attended the night chool last week Monday evening. The group met first In the dining •oom. Arlyce Iverson gave a read- ng, and Walter O'Green played sev- > State bank, Algona, is now In charge of the bank here. LAKOTA YODTH AND BANCROFT GIRL MARRIED Auxiliary Olveg Benefit— The Legion Auxiliary gave a benefit card party last week Monday evening, and eight tables were filled. Hook, bridge, and BOO were played. The women are trying to earn money to fill Christmas bankets which they distribute each year. More Beet Acreage I'lanned-r- The American Beet Sugar company to going to attempt to secure 800 acres of beets here next year This year the acreage was 300, there being only five growers. These five shipped 49 carloads, or 2500 tons. OTHER SWEA CITY. The Rev. and Mrs. Swaneon enter- oral accordion selections. The women spent the rest of the evening competing their color lesson, after which Miss Preston performed several dyeing experiments. Her tie- dyeing was especially successful. This week Monday evening the women were to study personality types In reference to color. Marshall Frlest reviewed the preceding lesson for the men, and they then studied crop rotation In a practical way for a farm In this vicinity. This week Monday evening's lesson was to be farm problems and farm fertilizers, , i , i -••M*»*.T«I*«IVI »»ii o, kjrr tumuii Tjimji taken up in a general discussion, tained the Young Ladles' Mission- It was decided at the Joint meeting ; ary soc lety of their church at their that an individual must attend at! n0 me last week Monday evening. ™ B ,,.- eVen m ° Gtlng8 ln order to set .The house was beautifully decorated with Christmas greens and a Christmas tree. Dentil of Clint). Finn Mourned— credlts ' Bancroft, Dec. 15 — Elizabeth Reiter and Earl Ogren, of Lakota, were married Thursday afternoon at the Catholic parsonage by the Right Rev. J. D. Flsch. Attendants were Anno and Eugene Reiter, sister and brother of the bride. After the ceremony a dinner was servec at the home if the bride to 28 rela tlves and friends. The bride Is a daughter of Mr and Mrs. Joe Reiter and since grad uatlng from St. John's high schoo hurt spring has been assisting hfc mother at home; The bridegroom is a son of Mr: and Mrs. Arthu Ogren, of Lakota, and is employe' in his father's theater. F. B. Meeting Draws Crowd— The Farm Bureau meeting shoes, I soled nen's shoes (goled i's rub- & Is Convent. She will be remembered s Olga Mouse!. ; ' Ions Hear Dennis Ooeders— Bancroft Lions held their regular meeting last Tuesday at Bradley's iall and the banquet was served by Bradley's Cafe. Dennis Goeders, of Algona, was the main speaker, and ?ave an Interesting outline of work Jndertaken by the state fish and game commission, of which he Is a member. Other Bancroft News. Harold Hunt arrived Wednesday from Rapid City, S. D., to spend the winter with his mother, Mrs, Cora A. Hunt. Harold has been running a rock crusher for the Tobln Con structlon company, with whom he has been employed for the past ten years. The Edgar Rowletts visited relatives at Mason City Saturday, am they also visited the Fred Beckers Mr. Becker Is now employed In the office of Deckers. Fred had his lef arm amputated a couple of monthi ago following an auto accident, anc began work'a week ago Monday. Mrs. Peter Staudt, son Clement, of •Islted the former's aunt ( . Mrs. Clarence Allsup. Mrs. AlTsup Is a Ister of Mrs. Alfred D'ltBWorth. Florence McGllligan and Merwlri Holding, of Hurt, were • Sunday, ruests at Bill Boettcher's, at Fen- .on. Mrs. Boettcher Is a, sister, of ilr. Holding. The Alfred Dltsworths took his mother, Mrs. Adma Dltsworth, to •Jew Hampton Friday, where she consulted an eye specialist. The Legion Auxiliary met with Mrs. E. J. Seeney Friday. Mrs. Seeney Is president of the Auxiliary. This was a special work meeting. Marlon and Phllllppe McGulre spent Sunday at Waterloo with friends. Marlon Is employed In the postofflce. '.• Mrs. Joe Fox is visiting at Peorla, 111. She went with Mr. and Mrs Don Conroy, of Wheaton, Minn, Charles Recker, of Buffalo Center visited his uncle, Joe Recker, las woek Wednesday. THREE MEMBERS HONORED BY BURT I, 0,0, F, LODGE ard Stow: recitation, Ronn&M en/,; address, John Fisher, TltottJMft presentation of veterans' jewfcls, J. H. Graham, to .Henry son, J. K. Hansen, ana H. A. illl. • Mr. Christiansen, who 3een a member' for 35 years, down from his .home at ComffW. Minn., to receive his jewel. Jtfe Hansen and Mrs. Whttehlil had members 25 V years. An oyster ier was served at the close ot svenlng. 85c 75c 35c 15c 25c Two Weeks School Vacation— School vacation begins this week Friday, and will continue two weeks. Friday Wesley's basketball teams played Whittemore academy here, and won both games. The girls won 32-1'a. The boys, after being behind through most of the game, In the last few minutes managed to get two baskets, and won 16-14. The two boys' teams play Tltonka this week Tuesday evening. The boys and girls go to Thompson this Frl- .day.night. Next week Tuesday the boys play Corwlth at Corwith. Prayer Service Is Held— Prayer service was held at St. Joseph's church last week Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. The service was held Sunday afternoon, and the I Rev. Father Wessling delivered a Dens heels Hen's pon heels —— Leather or rubber. Idren'S ages 8 tO 10 Shoes sermon in the evening. Tuesday , i pj ' 4% A A. I morning early and late maes were 60c SNICK'S SHOE SHOP ; State St. Phone? 79 5 held In honor | Conception. of the Immaculate Christmas Trees Set Up— Some of the business men possible the purchase of News of the death of Charles Finn, of Oerled, reached Swea City Sunday morning. Mr. Finn was operated on for stomach trouble at an Iowa City hospital last week Wednesday and died from the effects of the operation. Mr. Finn was born at Rad- cllffe and married a Miss Comack there 30 years ago. They came to Lakota, living there a few years, then moving to Gerled, living there ever since. He leaves, besides his wife, two sons, Harold and Bernard, and one daughter Mildred. The funeral was held at Radcliffe, where he was burled Tuesday. A memorial service was held Wednesday evening of this week at the Swea City Baptist church, of which he was a member. Special Meetings Are Held— The Rev. W. H. Lease, of Algona, Methodist ' district superintendent, held special services at the Center Chain church last week. The Rev. C. B. Mitchell, Armstrong, is paetor of this church. Last Thursday evening the Rev. and Mrs. B. L. Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. SaYnuel Warburton Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Thomson, Marie Jacobs, Robert Haglund, Carl Arnold, and others from Swea City Mrs. Jos. Krebsbach, who has been 111 with heart trouble, is on the road to recovery. Mrs. Marie Jacobs haa been caring for her. James Smith Is • 111 at bin home here with stomach and heart trouble. The Lutheran Aid served lunch at the Luther League hall Saturday afternoon. Fenton Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Newel entertained the Frank Bailey family, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber and daughter Gladys, and Mr. and Mrs. F. P. made three LIKE NEW Taking out bad , bumps the fenders and bad flents in the body .... it's the business of [experienced men and i o d e r n machinery. et's show you at reasonable cost. IWm. C. Dau East of Courthouse Phone 165 Christmas treee, as holiday decorations on main street. They will be decorated with colored lights. The trees are set in the middle of the street, and each Is in the middle of a block. with several auto loads from the Grant church, attended the meeting and the Grant church orchestra played. The Center .Chain country church has no organization, te non denominational, and serves a larg congregation. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ditsworth were at Graettlnger' Sunday, and was Marble Rock, Leo Puhl, of Greene, held last week Tuesday evening at j and Hans and George Kockler, of the public school and a large 'crowd Swea City, visited at the Mrs. John attended. The 4-H club of , Union \ Kockler -home Tuesday. Mrs. Staudt township gave an hour's entertain- \ Is a elster of Mrs. Kockler. ment, In which Alice Payne.gave a rcadingj Miss Deim a piano solo, and Mary Gisch gave a talk on'her trip to Chicago. She won this trip on her merits In the club. Vera Gisch gave several piano selections. County Agent Morrison showed five reels of movies. Two were entitled "Why Fish Failed," and three reels were entitled From Tree to Tribune. After a report 'by Muriel Body, H. D. A., on the activities of the home economics and ot the 4-H club work, refreshments were served. The next meeting will be held at the public school January 12. Burt, Dec. HI5 — Burt I. O. O. F lodge No. 585 observed the annua homecoming last week Tuesday evening. A fair crowd attended and the following program was given: song, Vera Chipman, Iva Trunkhlll, and Viola Riddle; music, Biner Morness: duet, Edwin Manus and Wll- THIS WOMAN LOST 64 POUNDS OF FAT Mrs. H. Price of Woodslde, I*. writes: "A year ago I weighed Ibs. I started to take Kruschen now I weigh 126 and never felt ter-ln my "life and what's moi»» look more like 20 yrs. old than mother of 2 children, one 19 and other 18. Every one of my trl«n*» say It's marvelous the way I induced." To lose fat with speed take a teaspoonful of Kruschen in a of hot water before breakfast morning—don't miss a morning mm 85 cent bottle lasts 4 weeks—get * atE. W. Lusby'.s or any drug atom In America. 'If not joyfully BatfcK fled.,after the first bottle—moMgp back. Communion Service Is Held— Communion services were held at the Methodist church Sunday morn- Ing. The junior girls' class meets this week .Tuesday evening with Marie Stockwell. The adult Bible Study class meets Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Gld- dlngs. Surprise Party Is Given— A surprise party honored Maurine Hansen's IGth birthday at her home last week Wednesday evening. The evening was spent at' games, and Mrs. Hansen served refreshments. Nine of her young friends were present, and all left fine gifts foi Maurine. Business Change Is Made— A business change took place last week Wednesday when James Hodges took charge of the Standard Oil station formerly run by Wallace Benton, and Mr. Benton took the place of Mr. Nail in the lunch room just east of the station. School Christmas Programs- Christmas programs are being planned for all the rooms Friday afternoon, and parents are invited. A high school program will be given, each, class being responsible for a part. Santa Clans Js Coming— At a council meeting last week it was decided to invite Santa Glaus to visit Swea City Saturday afternoon, December 18, at 3 o'clock. Treats for 800 children are being prepared. The finance committee decided not to ask too much from merchants, and has handled the matter in a very economical and satisfactory way. It was also decided to decorate the Intersection of Main street with the paving east and west, which has already been done. Business houses have" brightly lighted trees on the sidewalks and the town presents real holiday appearance. Simon Scversons Lose a Son— The community was saddened by the death of Theodore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Severson, last week Wednesday. He was operated on for Newel Sunday. Mrs. Andrew Hanson, Caroline \ndrews, and Mrs. Ethel Johnson, of Tltonka, visited last week Wednesday at the A. H. Meyers home. Mrs. F. H. Eigler and daughter Mary Jane and Mrs. P. P. Newel visited Saturday with Mrs. S. J. Stehle at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. James Holding and son Mervin, of Burt, and Florence McGllligan, of Bancroft, spent Sunday at the W. W. Boettcher's. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Wlddel entertained their bridge club last Thursday night. The high score was won by Mrs. Charles Newel, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Christenson of Comfrey, Minn., visited last Thursday and Friday at O. H Schmidt's. Mrs. Kate Newel and Mrs. G. B Johnson were Fairmont visitors las week Tuesday afternoon. Standard Bearer girls held tbei: regular meeting last week ilondaj night at Nettie Weisbrod's. John Micklick, athletic coach a Lohrvllle, spent the week-end wit friends here. The Mad T»ogr Attacks Youth- Edward and Francis Berens, of olict. 111., who are being given Pae- eur treatment to'ward off any pos- ibility of contracting rabies, are re- overlng. Francis was bitten by a olico dog at school. Edward shot he dog and took it home on the side tt the car. When he was washing he blood off the car some of it splashed on a burn on his hand and nfection set in. The dog's head was aken to a laboratory in Chicago, and tests revealed that the animal had been suffering from rabies. The oys are grandsons of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Berens and are well known nere. MOIIHC! Relatives ]>ave— Mr. and Mrs. L. A. McKllHp and two sons returned to Cambridge, Neb., Sunday. Mrs. McKillip will be remembered ae Veronica Mousel, and she was called home by the death of her brother Isadore. The McKillips own a meat market and grocen store in Cambridge. Sister M. Eun r ice returned to Dubuque Wednesday She teaches the novices at St. Fran- "Dependon" Store Regardless of many dull days during this fall and early winter business has picked up to a wonderful degree—thanks to the many wide-awake buyers who really appreciate the Complete Assortment and the Real Quality of our Groceries many which are displayed and fit in mostly for holiday trade. We have many nice Christmas Trees 4 to 10 ft. tall selling for 25 to 85 cents each WE SAY—Happy days are here again! Sure they are, and let all of us make them last for a long, long time. A K RE'S Phones 290-291 Call at 113 S. Dodge Other Wesley News. Mrs. ago He and was [irtt-intht dough. Thtnin t oven. You can bt lurt I pirltct bakings C BAKING POWDER >AME PRICE OROVER4Q YEARS ounce* for 'ONSOF POUNDS USID Bertha Ritschmeier, of Iowa Falls, her son Clarence and daughter Clara, came Thursday to visit her parents, the Nathan Studers, and look after her farm interests. They returned Saturday. Ed Studer, Excelsior, Minn., writes that in addition to the 360,000 yards of work he has In North Dakota he has just secured 281,000 yards of grading northeast of Rochester, Minn. George Benner has sold an acre or land on the southwest corner of his farm to agents of the etate. A building is being erected tor the housing of road machinery. appendicitis three weeks failed to make recovery. born June G, 1908, on the home farm in Eagle township, where he died, and was 23 years old at death. He was a member of the Bethlehem Lutheran church, from which he was hurled Saturday in the Harrison cemetery. He leaves besides his parents one sister, Adelaide,- and several uncles and aunts. Mr. Banner's Louise Springer Dies p Louise Springer died at her home in the east '• part of town Monday morning at '6. She was born in Germany some 57 years ago and come this county with her parents 41 years ago. She and her sister still the home farm. She leaves Anna, and a brother services will be owned this sister, Ernest. Funeral Gifts For Everyone At Every Price Don't forget or overlook a person this year to make everyone's Christmas the happiest ever. Here are hundreds of gifts, including many inexpensive little remembrances that nevertheless go a long way toward saying "Merry Christmas from you. Everybody's Christmas Store AQf* twV 01 ruuu mi". ..... — •• - ,. land Is immediately east of the vu- OLIDAY [Fares SUihcd th^ Christmas- Year season with folks |gk Kome Extra Low Round JHp _ Glddings went to Burt Friday to visit his daughter, Mrs. j£ed Rlngsdorf, over her birthday this week Monday. Mrs. and her daughter, Mrs. "•S^^SS?^ 0 "*"- catlonal church Sunday morning. PracUce for the Christmas program began »ome time ago. The program, SS tree and treat, will be given Christmas evening. _ _ ^ anfl one helTat thVBaptist church Wednesday afternoon, conducted by the Rev. Mr. Selmens. and Interment will be made In the Harrison cemetery. __ . Cardinals Defeat Onelda Indians— Swea City's Cardinals played one week, with the Oneida Baby dolls, neatly dressed _ Dump Trucks, for boys ------Wonder cyclist, QQft new sensation _ wQW game last Moblcans at ^dyard Tuesday evening. bovs won, It was a fast game, but our 49-34. Our high school .19 49c 1.49 M to Convith three years ago. high school' boys will Armstrong December^ 18, here. School Presents Operetta— The high school put on the operetta Purple Towers, in the Wgn «chool auditorium Friday evening, and tt was greeted by a full house. The leamng parts for the girls were carried by Vera BaUer. Doris Jen s,°rr,rri.« SSE 5K,'S3%28 able for the Chrtotmas season. The Study club wUl hold a Christ with the season. Helen Funnemark ana Flora »H come Friday Margaret HOSIERY Always Dependable Lace tops, chiffon in all the new shades. Cheer- clear quality—2 in a box $1.96 St. Minn., to from their son Thursday. wife »t John Wutchlson . w the Nelson barber shop and tween the ground of fire risk. of the paving City to urer- LINGERIE Painty Silk »nd Lace. Teddies, Panties, Slips featured in holly bo*es make excellent gifts. 98c to $1.?8 BEB SPREADS Wrapped in Cellophane ality r*ypn bed spres Doll cabs for little girls __ China Tea Sets like mother's — Red Tables for tea parties— Blankets, $3.98 Fine part-wool blankets, new novelty colorings are lovely gifts. Towel Sets 98c Complete in boxes for gifts—one towel, two wash cloths. Scarfs $1.49 Tapestry scarfs in beautiful colors. New designs for gifts. Pillows 98c Tapestry top pillows in rayon colors. Complete with back. Pajamas $1,49 Men's two-piece style in fancy stripe patterns for • gifts. Men . Hose 25c Fancy rayon hose in plaid and stripe patterns. Casseroles $1.00 Heavy e a r t h e nware ' bowl, ^xtra heavy metal base. Pool Tables, a popular game Coaster wagons roller bearings Airplanes, Qftfl* choice two kinds 9OU 98c .95 2.49 •! Oft I wV Handkerchiefs Dainty swiss and linen,, with colored border or lace trimmed. ' Men's Qloves Heavy leather in brown or black, stitched fingers long wearing quality 98C $1.49 $5.95 complete golf sets —_— Mechanical Toys, watch them go _ Books_- Books boys and girls _ Suede Gloves 98c The kind 'that will be appreciated. Fancy cuffs and backs., Handbags $1.49 New pouch,' swagger straps and tailored styles. Knit Caps 49c These novelty stitched cays will make splendid gifts for boy or girl, Mufflers $1.49 For men—If in dpubt one of these mufflers will please him. F'ncy Smocks 1.98 A" novel smock of fine broadcloth will be appreciated. L'ther Gloves 49e Child's leather gloves, warm lined with elastic cuff. Ho»e,4pair98c Men's. Featured special, four'pair in holly box for his gift! Felix Scooter, Mick Mouse ___ Tom Tinker, Bell Tinker ___ Rubber tired steel wagons —: 25c 49c 98c STATIONERY i In handsome gift boxes. Fine quality paper and envelopes, white & tints 25c 98c It GIFTS for the HOME ALWAYS WELCOME C»ke Cover,Tr*y — ™ c »*U **4 F«P*w S*ta 10c Fancy Salads 9fi « Alum, Qyal Boaster V8c Rose Salad Hates 85c Heavy FWHM* Fiyers 91 B|mer Sets, 8$-p«» $l»*t Clamp Sesl Choker 84* DJiWPr 8*ts> W-|* W»* 5 Mea & hoys will eiate these ties, FrajnetL FicUres Chenille Bugs ' Nickeled KNIf •H wr GLASS

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