Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 24, 1931 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 24, 1931
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We extend to all oiir customers our very heartiest greetings for a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS and a Happy and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Our specials for the holidays are guaranteed Church White Closet Seats at $5.00 This price is less than wholesale Laing & Muckey Plumbing and Heating Phone 274, Algona If All Our Good Wishes for Your MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR come true you'll have all the good things you've ever wanted Nelson Hardware ALGONA We offer you the sincerest CHRISTMAS GREETINGS and best wishes for the coming NEW YEAR and hope that we may continue to serve you Kirsch Laundry Phone 267 Algona K088t?frliCOtJNTV AtaoNA. tOWA WHITTEMORE TEAMS VICTORS IN TWO GAMES Whlttemore, Dec] 22—Whltte- nore's public school girls basket- mil team defeated Ruthven high school girls Friday evenlg 59-26. A lifferent lineup was put on the floor Friday evening; Esther Behnke and Delores Kloock were forwards; Christmas Party Held by Lincoln Fafnt Bureau Linda Roeber, regular Kuartl, jumping center, and Berntce was Baleman running center; Lillian Hel- dcnwlth, regular running center, played guard with, Lydla Meyer. The latter fouled out In the lost quarter. The boys played a fast game, and 40 seconds before time was over the score was 20-16 In favor of Whlttemore. At the end of the game the score wag tie 20-20, and In an overtime period Ruthven won 24-20. Tenchnrs Home for Holidays— Teachers home for holidays are: Harriet Fish, teacher at Lone Rock, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Fish; Ruth Balgeman, Sheffield, at F. J. Balgeman's; Dolores Finnell, at Rockwell, at the Robert Flnnels Jr.; Verena Hentges, Whlt- Lakota, Dec. 22 — The Lincoln township Farm Bureau folk held a Christmas party at the Louis Sachs home last Thursday afternoon. About 60 ' attended, with County Agent Morrison, Muriel Body, H. D. A., and Edith Welter, Farm .Bureau office girl, as special guests. The men and women. held separate business meetings, after which ' a program was given consisting of community . singing, solo by Flor* ence Alberts; duet, Fannie Allts and Mrs, A. Buckets, two readings by little Donald Koppen; and short talks by Mr. Morrison and Miss Body. Mrs. Oust Koppen presented the township's goal and gave a short talk on the plane for the yean As this was the first visit of Miss Welter to our township Mr Morrison formally . Introduced her and spoke, of her efficient work In the office, and she was given t hand In appreciation. Gifts wen exchanged by the women and chil dren, and lunch was served, also home-made candy. S. S. Class Is Entertained— Mrs. J. H. Warburton entertained 19 members of her Sunday school temore high school teacher, at her home in Michigan, N. D.; Mary D. Schilz, Whlttemore high school teacher at Fort Dodge; Mies Mildred Lindstrom, grade teacher, at Albert City; Miss Sammin, grade teacher, at Emmetsburg; and Miss Carroll at Lo Mars. TITONKAHIGH SCHOOL PUPILS GIVE PROGRAM TltorJta, Dec. 22—The high school pupils exchanged gifts and gave the following program at the auditorium Friday afternoon: Christmas Rythm, first and second grades; Tim's Christmas, third grade; solo, fourth grade; Runaway third grade; Away in a Stocking, Manger, Girls Lose, Hut Boys Win— Whlttemore girls lost their first game this season to Ottoscn girls there last week Tuesday 26-15. Ottosen's forwards were excellent, and the guards kept Whlttemore forwards from good basket chances. Ottosen made 10 of 16 free throws and Whlttemore made one of six chances. Whlttemore boys won 28-13. Poverty Party Is Given— Mrs. H. E. Woodward was hostess to 16 women at a "poverty- stricken" party last week Wednesday evening. The* guests were dressed for the occasion, and Mrs. J. M. Fleming was awarded a prize for her costume. Price of Haircuts Down— T. J. Kelly and W. A. Rusch, Whittemore barbers, have decided to meet the changed conditions with changes in their prices. The prices were reduced on haircuts for adults to 35c; children, 25c; and 20 cents. shaves class at the annual Christmas party last week Monday evening. The Rev. and Mrs. Frank Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. .Gus Torlne were also guests. The evening was spent playing games, exchanging gifts and a business meeting of the class to complete plans for the Christmas boxes they are preparing and for the carol singing to be sung Christ- has eve. Those wishing the carolers to sing at their home will please put a lighted candle in the window. Methodists In Christmas Party— The Methodists held their annual Christmas party at the church last week Wednesday evening, and 66 attended. A mock trial was put on as entertainment, in which "Mr. Sapp" was convicted of stealing two dish towels from the .Commercial club. After the program lunch was served in the dining room. The Rev. and Mrs. Frank Johnson were presented with a pieced comfort as a Christmas gift. Halls Home from Honeymoon— Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball returned Thursday evening from their honeymoon trip to Missouri. About 9 o'clock a number of their friends went to welcome them with tin can music, and shortly after that some more friends came with the same kind of music, altogether making it a noisy greeting. third grade; reading, Ted Goes Shopping, fifth grade; the Christmas Story, fourth grade; Christmas In Many Lands', sixth grade; recitation, The Little French Doll, sixth grade; 'song, Doctor Danny, Robert Rey^ nolds and nurse, Nancy Jane, Lor alne Kuchenreuther; dialogue, A Fair Exchange, sixth grade; play, Christmas at Mother's, seventh and eighth grades; carols, high school. After the program all the grade children and the high school wenf to the gymnasium, where Santa Claus distributed candy and presents. Fire at the Scluiltz Home— The D. A. Schultz home caugh fire last week Tuesday night from an overheated stove. A lot of bed ding was burned, and clothing was either burned or scorched. The flra was put out before niuch other dam age had been done. The Legion Auxiliary made and tied four com forters for them at an emergency work meeting at Mrs. W. J. Den ton's last Thursday evening, th material being donated by the Tl tonka gun club, the I. o. O. F. lodge the Legion and the Auxiliary. Tw blankets were presented with th comforters. against Wesley, first game, 26-19. Titonkiiuis Win and Lose— Two basketball games were played here last week Tuesday night Titonka won the Pannkuk was removed in the first quarter because of fouls, and Robinson, of Wesley, In the third quarter for the samd reason. The second game Titonka lost, 15-8. The score was il.-l till the half. wiri«turn In two weeks. long, workln'g (n k »anli tort, will come honttf. ----- . thursday for Christmas art* will gd back Monday morning. .,^ i . ltt The Virgil peiidergasts entertained their bridge club at 6:30 dinner last Thursday eeenlng. Women who won prizes were Mrs.' Raymond Krantz and Mrs. Martha Bonacker and the men were Mr. Pendergast and Mr. John Pouelsen. Mrs. John Wood entertained at a bridge luncheon last week: Tuesday fternoon. Mrs. Pierre sartor won he high score, Mrs, Raymond Kranta second, and" Mary Coster- elcher low. Dr. and Mrs. l>. B. Hansen came u p. from Iowa City Saturday to irlslt relatives and friends till Sunday, and Doctor Hansen's mother ind sisters went to Iowa City With hem for the holidays. The Carl F. Callles family enter- .ain^d the school faculty at a brldg* jarty last Thursday evening. Mrs. Gladys Kennedy, sister of Mrs.' Hnrry Beed, cnm e from Eldora nst Monday evening for a visit. All teadhers have gone to their homes fo the Christmas vacation, and will return In two weeks. BIG CROWD AT BOXING MATCH AT BANCROFT Bancroft, Dec. 22—-The largest crowd that ever turned out for a fight In Bancroft was at the Legion pavilion last week Monday and saw Monson, of Forest City, win over "Red" Gable, of Ledyard. Harold Hunt refereed, Myerlng, of Buffalo Center, lost to "Red" Johnson, Bancroft, and Pettlt, of Lone Rock, won from Olson, Swea City. The lesser bouts, which were refereed by Gable, of Ledyard, were a draw. Elwood, of Buffalo Center, was matched with Bernard McGuire, of Bancroft; Kennie Ditsworth with Lyle Dlxon; and Maynard Bolster vith Frank Baker. MERRY CHRISTMAS SERVIC In the Fullest Sense of the Word We pride ourselves on the fact that ment has a reputation of providing We realise the responsibility of t which virtually places us in t serried vices of unquestionable quality at fair realize our success depends on th« this trust and we accept it gladly. 100% ALEMITE-INi I Young 1 People Play Hook— Nine tables of rook were played last Thursday evening at St. PauJ's Luthei-an school. Mathilda Wagner won high; Alvera Behnke, low; Raymond Heifer, high; and Alfred Bell, low. An out-of-town guest was Lester .Baas, West Bend. Werner Braatz Critically SIcfc— Werner Braatz, who underwent an operation at the McCreery hospital one day last week, has been very sick with pneumonia, but at last reports was getting along as well as could be expected. Lutheran Children Give Program— The Lutheran school children will give a program this week Thursday evening at St. Paul's Lutheran church. Christmas passages will be given and songs sung by the class. School Gives Basket Social— There was a basket social and program at the Ludwig school three miles south of Whittemore last Thursday. Marie Hahn is teacher. A large crowd attended. W. E. Gutkncclit Hurt In Full- While working on a ladder at the Presbyterian church last week Wednesday W. E. Gutknecht had the misfortune to severely injure his foot and ankle when the ladder slipped and he fell about eight feet to the floor. The leg was badly bruised. School Pupils Give Operetta— The public school pupils are putting on a Christmas operetta at the school auditorium Wednesday evening and programs will be held in each room Thursday afternoon. The teachers will leave for their respective homes to spend their vacation. Christmas Pageant Given Sunday— A Christmas pageant was presented by the Presbyterian Sunday school Sunday evening. Mrs. John Smith was chairman of the committee staging the pageant and was assister by Audrey Hastings and Lucy Carson. Woman's Club Meets Thursday— Mrs. Andrew Peterson entertained the Woman's club last Thursday evening. The lesson was on Kinds of Pine Trees, led by Mrs. Roy Budlong, and roll call was on Christmas Memories. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Pierre Sartor's, and the leader will be Mrs. J. F. Fisher.' Cullies Store Conducts Sule— The W. F. Callies estate store is holding a stock reducing gale and it is creating countywide interest People living in surrounding communities are being attracted by the bargains offered. Twenty clerks are kept busy from early morning til late at night. Santa Distributes 050 Treats— At the community Christmas tree Saturday afternoon Santa Claus handed out 650 treats. He also Jeft some for children who are sick. 'The children followed him about, telling him what they wanted for Christ- ; •.j«^y>»;jS9p»pW«:.v;.-.7-': v '** : %$wWWj$%&P'- Party Honors Carl Loebach— A surprise party was given last Thursday evening for Carl Loebach, who left Monday for Lenore, 111. Clnl) Has Christmas Party— The members of the Priscilla club held their Christmas party last week Tuesday evening at the Needham home. The evening was spent playing bridge, exchanging gifts, partaking of eats, etc. Grace Xellls to be Bride— Grace Nellis and Elmer Ludwig were called Sunday for the first time at St. Michael's Catholic church. Three Schools Close Today— The Whittemore Lutheran school, the academy and the public schools will close December 24 for' a week's vacation. Lakotan's Brother Loses Eye— Mrs. AVill Wlrtjes' brother, John Pannkuk, Titonka, 17 years old, had one of his eyes put out by a flying splinter while he was wood one day last week. chopping Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent We have received our new Safety Deposit boxes and are now ready to take care of anyone wishing this service. The rental is low—losses come high Better Attend to This Now Iowa State Bank ALGONA, IOWA BEN'S RADIO SHOP FOB The Best in Radio Repairing We ma'n*a'n the most up-to-date equipment possible to (fire you tie best service. Ko clt*rve for Inspection at the shop. Tubes tested free. flf £t*l SUte. Pton* f31 Henry Scluiltz Has Itirthdny Relatives and friends helped Henry Schultz celebrate his birthday Friday at his home. Other Whittemore News. Harlan Fish, who was employed with a road construction crew in southeastern Iowa, came home, the wet weather and southern Iowa clay making it impossible to work. Recent floods in that section washed out considerable fill along some paving and the crew was repairing damages. Walter Meyer, son of H. C. Meyer, Whittemore, has returned to I Lotts Creek to work at the Art Kressin home. Walter has been [staying with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. D. Cordee. He had his tonsils removed a couple of weeks ago, and was not able to be up and about to work, Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Behnke, attending school at the Concordla Teachers college, of River Forest, 111., is at home for the holidays. His brother Elmer, also at the Teachers college, stayed there, as he is singing in a choir. John Miller, of Peorla, 111., visited last week Tuesday at M. W. Fandel's. Arthur Fandel was to accompany him to Douglas, Wyo., where both young men are employed. Edna Mosbach is again at home after spending a week or more undergoing examination at the versity hospital in Iowa City, was accompanied John Mosbach. Word has been received by local friends of the arrival of a boy Friday, December 10, for Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phillips, of Gait. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips conducted a grocery store here for a time. Laura Braatz, who has been attending ec'hool at Council Bluffs since September, is at home for two weeks of Christmas vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heldenwith were Svnday guests of Mr. Heidenwith's brother, Erwin Heidenwith, of 'Lone Rock. Werner Braatz had his appendix removed Friday afternoon $t the Pr. J. W. McCreery hospital. 4 uni- She by her father, Schoolboy's Arm Is Broken— Victor, youngest son of the Wll Thaves, fell in the schoolhouse last week and suffered a broken arm Victor makes his home with the Ed Kahls. Other Lakota News. Florence Alberts, of Swea City spent last week visiting her aunt, Mrs. Henry Patterson. A sister and brother of Mrs. Patterson, Rose and Theodore Dorenbush, were also guests of the Pattersons Sunday. Emma Gutknecht and Mrs. J. H. Warburton went to Mason City Friday, returning Saturday evening and bringing with them Lena Gutknecht, who will spend her vacation with her parents here. The E. R. Worleys entertained the following at dinner Monday: Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball, John Leisveld, Lakota, and Mr. Kulander, of Swea City. Mr. Kulander Is at present working in the Citizens Savings bank. The W. E. Leys, the Rev.' and Mrs. 'Frerking, the I. E, Wqrtmans, Mrs. Jerry Ukena, and Mrs. Wm. Turley were Mason City shoppers last Friday. Mrs. Lyman Needham, son Morris, and daughter La Von, motored to Albert Lea last week Wednesday and returned in the evening. Luverne Leisveld went to Brltt Sunday, and thence took a train for Coldwater, Mich., to spend Christmas with his mother. The George Winters spent Sunday visiting their daughter, Mrs. Boy's Appendix js Removed— Jerry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Heyo Boekelman, north of town, underwent an emergency ope:-ation for appendicitis at his home last week Monday afternoon. Estelle Bonacker is 'his nurse, and ihe is reported getting along well. Rural School Gives Program Ida Sachau, who teaches a rural school a. few miles from town, entertained a few visitors last Thursday" evening at the schoolhouse, where a Christmas program was, put on by her pupils. noun Aid Sdls Handkerchiefs— The Doan church women, south of town, held a handkerchief sale om day last week and served lunch About $50 was cleared. Clarence Mechlar Babe Dies— The Clarence Mechlars mourn the loss of an infant son, whose funer al was held Saturday afternoon. Charles Coopor Is Laid Up— Charles Cooper Injured a kne Friday and will not be able to worl for ten days, Other Titonka. Hazel Budlong, teaching a t Hamr ton, drove home Saturday for th Students Home for Holidays- Home for the holidays are John Vurre, St. Louis, where "he is a student at the Parks air school; Richard Underkofler and Ray Brink, Omaha, where they are med- cal students at Creighton; Nell ary, law student at Creighton; Francis Lonergan and Evans Carmean, students at the Des Moines School of Pharmacy; Florlan Stork, medical student at Columbia college, Dubuquc; Tom Murphy, University of Iowa; Hlldur Nelson, principal of the high school at Sanborn, Minn.; and Marguerite Hansen, who teaches at New Sharon. School Closes Friday— The Bancroft high school closed Friday for two weeks, and Mi's. Linus Putz, principal, left for Edgewood to visit her husband. She was also to visit her folks at Manchester. Coach Harold Woito went to Lu Verne to visit his folks. St. John's high closed Wednesday for n days. lias, I 1 . Hanson Heads Masons— The annual meeting of the "Ma- inic lodge was held recently; and e following officers were elected; has. P. Hanson, W. M.; Oscar Paterson, S. W.; Hans Nelleon, J. W.; L. Rossmnn, secretary; and Vigo Chrlstenson, treasurer. Installa- on of officers will take place Janu- ry 9. Our establishment is known in the lubricating 1 iness as a 100 per cent Alemitc-ing Station. ThaS means we are equipped to render genuine Ale! mite-ing Service. And Alemite-ing, as you know! means high, pressure lubrication with genuine All mite lubricants and Alemitc Service Equipien developed especially for use iji the Alemite Syste on your car. This is .of great Importance to jo For, here, you can have your car Alemited iustei of just "greased." An Alemited car runs like new! There is no noise, no friction, no wear. ExcessiTet depreciation is halted; repair hills arc cut treJ mendously; thousands of miles are added to its! life. It costs no more to have GUM-DIPPED BALLOONS! Other Bancroft News. Mrs. Arnold Deitering and her aughter Betty returned to their lome at Burlington Friday, after wo weeks here. They came to visit he former's grandmother, Mrs. O'Donnell, who has not been in the lest of health. Mrs. O'Donnell Is 85 ears old, and Betty is a great- randdaughter. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Chambers ar•Ived Monday from Lewistown, Mont., for a visit at the H. J. ulde home. She was Edna Fuller, and is a sister of Mrs. Guide. Their mother, Mrs. Anne McQulrk, makes lier home with the Guides. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thela and their son, Dr. Frank Theis, will spent Christmas at Panoral where they will have a family dinner at the W. B. Textor home. Mrs. Textor was Thelma Thels before her marriage. Alice Grethan, assistant at Dr. J. A. Devine's,» will spend her vacation at her home in Mallard. She will return Monday. The Joe Eichs and the George Johnsons have new baby girls. Mrs. Eich was Theresa Rapp. on your trucks busses. The Pickwick fleet equip] per 100 per cent wttjj Firestone Gum pod truck and balloons piled up th aggregate of OT« 300,000,000 miles di ing the past th years. Tire niil( increased nearly per cent. We voi be glad to your epuiqment Ml submit our price oi f| balloon change-oter. I Prompt Battery Sei RECHARGING ft ft Con Hlgglna and the new grandson at Titonka. • Mrs. Margaret Faulkner spent most of last week visiting her daughter, Mrs. Alrec Boeckholt, near Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pierce came home Sunday from their two weeks vacation and report an enjoyable trip. Mrs. Milt Prlngle and daughter Arlene came from Cedar Falls Friday to spend the holidays at home. While trimming a tree last week Mr. Lineman fell from a tedder, injuring one of bis ankles. Mrs. A. Q. Smith, Lorraine, and Emory and Bob aiejpan? spent Friday at Mason City, Pew} JS&tta &w ,*>&«« Sfirto,?sly W With' WE ARE now starting in on our 18th year in the recreation business in Algona. We have strived to make the business a good, clean and up-to-date place for anyone to come and spend their time. With your help we think that we have accomplished this so for that reason we take this opportunity to thank our many friends and patrons and also in expressing our sincere WISD. to all for £t MEBBY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR The Hub RECREATION PARLOR Buy our Firestone Extra Buty those who w»nt more than ordinary due to Its double Ipsulation he ween w» plates this extra duty »»tt«ry gives ^au ^ additional protection against Tfretfone ONE-STOP SERVICE TIRE SERVICE ¥«

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