Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 31, 1931 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 31, 1931
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•t'V PRIZES GIVEN AT LEDYARD BY , SANTHLAUS i,ed,yard, 'Dec. 20 — A large crowd was" in town lost week Wednesday to ..see, Sjjnta' Glaus and be present when casli prizes -were awarded as foy'ow's: * ' ..' dne dollar each—Ottp Englebarts, Frjthli ,Spott," Robert GtistaCason, Mrs, ,fiavo : Fritz, William Poppe, Al- Der.t.^VV'ost, Alvin Buscli, Mr. Lnuritzqiv: Csurl Zielske, Martin Oabel, Jak£ IfUnk, H. T. Dorsey, Elwood Green. ,. . T/wo ' dollars each—Otto Kngel- barts, Frank Moulton, Lawrence Richardson', Albert' Brandt, J. J. Jgtins.b'n. . Fl.ve dollars each—L. C. Tlichard- xj.'-*i^ -m ,^n Ooetz, Raymond John ..v. .Ten aollars— Robert Curtis. A^ll , children received a treat candy And nuts from Santa. of Three, ri. It. Games Same •'• '• t lAsti, week Tuesday evening there were .three basketball games played .on the local gymnasium. First the junior .high boys played the second .team and won 16-12. At the- halt it was 6-0 in favor of junior high, third quarter each team scored six p'pints and in the lost quarter the teecpnd team outscorcd them by two points. The second game was I.*d- yard girls vs. Armstrong. Ledyard girls mot their second defeat of the season by. losing 38-27. The last game wfts senior -high boys vs Ija- k.ota^with Ledyard winning 29-10. Gabie scored 12 points, Klinksiok 8, 6, and Thompson 3. It.; ,$.' Pupils S-Hl Magazines— I ,The high school has been having A''.con'losy selling subscriptions to the American, the Woman's Home Companion, Collier's, and the Farm H.ome. They were divided : evenly One side the Army, and the other •the Navy. The Army won, r.-l. The school gets to keep one4ialf of the subscription money. Roads Close Schools— " School closed here very unexpcct last week Tuesday due c to the liad roads and busses being- unable tp get Over them. Most all of the teachers went to their respectiv •n'Omes for the holidays. .Cnurclios Have Chrishnns Programs ]'] Tho| Gonnan Evangelical 'churcl nod a' Christmas program :i Weol ftgo "Wednesday evening. The Ger man Reform chui-ch hud one Christ mas eve. tarty for the School TeJK-hcrs— Last week Monday evening th V. A. Barretts entertained the fiiou ty at a Chrlstmsis party. Variou games were played and lunch wa served. Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Thompsoi of Sioux City, came Thursday spencj Christmas at parental Thompson home. Kenneth wen home with them for a week. M "W. JJ. Mason and two nieces, TLu Verne, were also Christm; '.•guests at the Thompson home. M IJAason is Mrs. Thompson's father Mr.s. I/aura Block, of Des Moine • camo to spend Christmas at the| ihome of her parents, Mr. and airs. TSVllliam LaCqur. She returned to her horrie Sunday. The Kd Junke- meier and- Jay Biome families were also Ohrlstmas dinner guests at the LaCour home. Mr. ana Mrs. N. A. Pingle and Ingham Twitted About Visit to a Speakeasy [F. A. Moscrlp In Marshall-' town T.-R.] , We, friends and admlre'rs " Kt IFarvey Ingham — inclusive of tnfe entire newspaper fraternity, then some — were both • and astonished to learn, through confession that Harve knows a lot about New York spe.akp-iajes. The suspicion Is forced, thai; TJaV'. vey went slumming to se-tv ,lf. not to admire. , Jt seems to have boon a real thrilling jaunt. Observed .through a wicket, the detail stood outside. while their countenances were inspected by the doorman. Something must have appealed to htm in the maps before his eyea, bemuse he let them in. Se'ems that for a time he 'refused to produce, and only after persuasion — Harve is one of those, persuasive cusses that charm -birds off trees and melt hardbolled. barkeeps with' a umile — only thus was the bird with the bungstart- er induced to serve beer at two bits a shell und red llcker at $3 a pint. The impression received from Mr. Ingham's interesting and illuminative article , Ln the "morning paper" is with money In hand that and even that charm and courtesy one acquire*, »i> fi-eely in Des Molnes it's hard to get steam beer or cut llcker in New York speakeasies. .: • But why should any Des .Molneser go helling off to Ne\\ York to get a drink or flip a few •bones against the apron ant ijtand outside in the cold while a big 1 "bum with cauliflower ears boks him over? Why be a good dog,.^ahd beg for a couple of (Jutices Of froth at two bits and smelly breath at $3 a pint? jvhy, when the bones are rplHhir merrily and the little ball goes found to stop where nobody knows, and beer and booze breath along with a scent of an- Alent cheese and anchovies may he- had by walking a block or two at home? One blast on Harvey's bugle horn would have -brought Kenneth a runnln' and might' have-been worth a hundred 'leg- gers right in the capital city of the best state in the Union. .Something Is out of line. Speakeasies are speakeasies east, west, north, and south. There Is no geographical distinction. Nobody has to muscle much to get into a speakeasy here or there. it's there and here to be got Into. Somehow the suspicion arises that they took Harve for a humorous ride; that he radiated Innocence and the far interior to a degree that made him a mark, and that they sprung ginger ale : and cold tea on him, feeling safe and certain that he wouldn't .know the difference. - Or mayhap Harvey Is bluffing. Maybe he Just imagined he was "going down the line." If permissible the suggestion might be : made that he take Harlan Miller or one of the llnotyplsts along next time, and see the real thing. Here's Final on When a Senator Is a Senator MRS, DICKINSON'S LETTER (Continued from Page 1.) Layrrenoe, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Looft/'and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Looft B,nd son, of Wesley, spent Christmas at the home of their mother, Mrs. John I^ooft. Lola Wylam and .Teanette Wilson of Swea City, spent last week Wednesday evening .fwith Barbara Wy- l9fa.. They all left fr.om here Thursday for their ihome at 'Hawkeye. Mr. Martin Bngelbarts, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bngelbarts and family drovo to Mankato last Wednesday to seo their uncle, Mr. Ijogeman, Who is in the hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett left lions being built by this govern- nent in foreign countries where there are United States representatives are all being made in this country of. an exclusive pattern. The china, is the Lenox china and the glassware of colonial pattern. Sooner or later there will probably be ;i. particular pattern of china and lat silver adopted for ,the. White House, not obtainable for any other table anywhere. The mahogany table was decorated with silver bowls of white roses, tall sliver candlesticks with white candles, and the bronze Chinese figures that Airs. Hoover adores. Gives White Honse Menu. Here is the menu: clear bouil- limi soup with olives, celery and melba toast (the toast was dry, not buttered). No butter at all is served at white house dinners and at formal hotel dinners if It Is served it is sweet butter (no salt in it) —an English custom. The second course was fish—always. This time a most delicious salmon loaf covered here and there with fresh mushrooms. With this course was ,-passed very thin slices of tomato and cucumber which had been dipped in French dressing. After the fish camo chicken breasts—just the white meat and cut 'in very thin slices, dressing, gravy, browned mashed potatoes, broccoli and cranberry jelly. The only 'bread we had was a tiny finger roll which was on a side dish at each place. Salad camo next. A light salad of lettuce hearts with small balls of cream cheese scattered among the leaves. French dressing was passed with the salad and alao square whole wheat wafers. Then came the dessert. Fresh strawberry ice cream made in angel food cake form and decorated with pink and white roses made £rom icing. It was almost too beautiful to eat. With it was served tiny cakes iced with pink and white frosting. Finger bowls came next. Interesting old wine colored ones. We set right over the white house, almost touching it, the giant dirigible, the U. S. S. Akron, newest addition to the navy's air fleet, dipping ' and bowing in salute to the president of the United States. Only a few minutes before Mrs. Hoover had been telling us about the ceremony at the christening of this big dirigible. Congress adjourns the first of the week for a holiday recess—and to get its breath for a long and hectic session. I am attending the Senate ladies' luncheons at the capitol now and will soon be writing something about them. Eva Strelt, ft. Mi Smith, Wed— At tho Catholic parish house early Saturday morning took place the marriage of Eva Winifred Strelt to Howard Max'Smith, the Rev. T. J. Davern officiating In the presence of the bride's father, Anton Strelt; her sister, Mary Strelt, and her brother, M. J. Strelt, with-his wife. Following the ceremony Mr, and Mrs. Smith left In the bridegroom's car for a brief honeymoon at Mln neapolls. They planned to return yesterday or today, and will short ly bo at home In the former Van Deest house on south Dodge street, now owned by O. D. Shumway, The bride Is a graduate of the Algona high school and of a Cedar Rapids business college. For a time she was secretary of the now defunct Algona Credit Men's association, but for the last half dozen years she has been society editor of the Advance. 'She has also'serv- ed as local reporter, bookkeeper, and stenographer. Till .further notice she is to continue in Advance •employ. . I Mr. Smith, who ihas for the -last several years been'Kossuth's county engineer, Is a graduate of the state university of Iowa, and his parents, Mr. a.nd Mrs. W. B. Smith, reside at Washta. Mr. Smith Is a member of the Klwanls club. Wallace Evann Is Benedick— Announcements were sent out Saturday of the marriage of Wallace, son of Dr. and Mre. R. A. Evans to Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Dunn, of Wyman, Iowa. The ceremony was performed September 12 at Fremont, Neb., and the Rev. William Parks, of the First Baptist church of Fremont, read the service. Mrs. Evans is a graduate of the State Teachers college • at Cedar Falls. , The couple came to Algona last night for a [W. Eat-1 Mall In Mason City Globe-Gazette,] One of Iowa's most Interesting debates through the medium of a newspaper has been brought to o. close, with Senator L. J. Dickinson out In front and an all but certain winner. Last August John Carey, Sioux City Journal columnist, questioned the propriety of referring .to Mr* Dickinson as "Senator" until he had been actually seated • and accepted the oath of office. Dave • Stewart, former U. S. senator, shared this view that It was "Senator-Elect." But Mr. Dickinson clung to the theory that he wouldn't be getting the salary of a senator unless at law he was a senator. Senator Brookhart sld ed with his colleague. A few days ago the senator sent Mr. Carey a copy of a Congressional Record of Dec. 8, 1931, directing his attention to pages 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21 for an ansWer to the question: "When does' a senator become a senator?" The discussion as reported Ir the Congressional Record, and which Senator Dickinson submitted as affirmation of his stand had to do with a resolution intro- duced by Senator Plttman that "a united . States senator » * * * becomes a member of the United States senate On the beginning of the term of office for Which he was elected, and his membersUltf In the United States senate Is not dependent upon the date of the presentation of his credentials Or upon the 'taking ot the prescribed oath of office." . . In the copy sent to Mr. ,Carey by the Algona senator two paragraphs were marked as being especially significant. In-one Sen- atoi 1 Plttman pointed out that the United State senate "has constantly acted on the theory that a senator Is a member of the senate from the date of the commencement of his term for a per- lor of six years." In another he stated that the supremo court had held "that a Senator became a member of the senate when he was elected." The Plttman resolution was referred to the committee on judiciary. Just what the stakes are In this debate over an intriguing academic question hasn't been stated. But whatever they are, it looks very much as if they were about to be claimed by Iowa's new senator. visit with Wallace's Saturday, .when they parents will go till to laat Thursday for her Ejivermore to spend home at Christmas. Bar- huge from From there they go to Mr. rent's parents at Chester. ' Mr. and 'Mrs. Edward Christ and two daughters and Mrs. Charles Gabel. and children were entertained at the Victor Leland home in Hwea City on Christmas. Evelyn Anderson, who had been visiting at her brother Elmer's, in Clarkaville, returned Thursday.^ Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson'"' also came for the holidays. Ilay Marquis drove to Jackson, Minn.-, Thursday - to get his aunt, Mta. Edna I»gram. On Friday they, all drove to 'Fort Dodge to visit Mrs. Bert Holly. Tho Marquis Lindsey family, of Penton, came last week Wednesday to .spend the holidays with Marquis's mother, Mrs. Jesse O'Keefe. Mr. apd Mrs. D. A. Carpenter and J3lvjn spent Christmas day at the Labb home in Wlnnebago and tlie Carpenter home in Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Olsen and daughter Patty left last Thursday for Ellsworth to spend Christmas with Mrs. Olsen's parents. Mike and (Frank Welch drove to Minneapolis last Wednesday to bring their sister Margaret home for the holidays. Mrs. Chales Gabel, Martin, Herman, and August Gabel drove to Cherokee last Tuesday to visit Charles Gabel. Mrs. Minnie Galagan and Mnj. Willuun Weinberger were dinner tiueata at the u. J. Womack home on Christmas. Mr., and Mrs. J. T. Welfare, Mr. and! Mrs. • Charles - Hilferty and Ale- tat. Or eon were Algona callers on Saturday. Mr. EU Reece met his sister Llla wtoO was returning from Iowa City for two holidays, at Belmond last these aside while we ate grapes sent to the Hoovers California. Women Do Not Smoke. Soon the president gave the signal to rise and, leaving the dining room, with the president and his dinner SUIT DISMISSAL VINDICATION OF GLENN B, YEAROUS Further details of the suit against Glenn B. Yearous, husband of an Algona girl, were given in a recent Eagle Grove Eagle. Yearous was raised in Eagle Grove, and the Eagle reviewed the case as follows: The paternity suit against Glenn B. Yearous has been dropped. Several times a date has been set for the trial and Yearous and his attorneys have been ready to proceed, only to have the procedure delayed at the request of prosecution.. The Eagle is reliably Informed that offers for a cash settlement out of court have been made, alleged to have come from representatives of Miss Cairns, which Yearous refused to consider. The failure of Miss Cairns to press the case la a vindication for Yearovrs. The baby has been adopted and the expenses of its care have been paid by the Cairns family. Yearous was arrested in November, 1930, and charged by Miss Cairns of being the fath«r of her baby boy. The baby yras found abandoned two days after birth in a cornfield near Siovnc City. It was cared for at a home In Sioux City. Miss Cairns was formerly employed in the Yearous home at Glldden. Mrs. "Charlotte Cairns, mother of Edith; Harold, her ..brother, ( a,nd Ruth, a sister, took the baby and tried to place it in a Sioux City home. They failed and on the way home abandoned the child. The mother, Harold, and Ruth were indicted by a Woodbury county grand jury and when the case came to trial, Mrs. Cairns Atlantic, where Mr. Evans Is representative of the Holton musical instrument company, of Elkhorn, Wls., and has charge "of a territory of nine countles.'He organizes high school bands. Wallace"Is a graduate of the University of Iowa Commerce colleg-e and 1 Is a "member of Delta Sigma PI commerce fraternity. • '••>• Three Permits to Harry— Three marriage licenses were Issued at the'dietrict court clerk's 1 office during, the past week. They were issued to: Hans Boderftrs and Marietta Hoeck, both of Bancroft, Dec. 23; Elmer Ludwlg and 1 Grace Nellis, -both of Whittemore, Dec. 28; and H. M. Smith and Eva W. Streft, both of Algona, Dec. 2'4'. Other couples who made applications for licenses are: Lee Hunt and Stella Elow, both of Dolliver, Dee. 2'4; Russell E. Winter and Gertrude D'. Boeckelman, Kossuth, Dec; 23'r and' Joseph H. Drummer, of Marshal! county, and Mary Welg, Kossuth-. Jacob Wlnkelg Entertain 2S— Twenty-two members of the Winkel family sat down to a Christmas dinner at Jacob Winkers. The diners included the L. A. Wlnkels, Mr. and Mrs. George Wlhkel, three children, Mr. and Mrs. John Jacob, two children, Julius Wlnkel, senior FIRST LtlTHEIUJT — The new year will be welcomed in 'by the members and friends in a watch party at the church hall beginning at 9 p. m. New Year's eve. An interesting program and talk, Including a candle light service, will be given. A social hour and refreshments will also be enjoyed. Everyone Is Invited to welcome the new year in meditation which will -begin at 11:45 Sunday: Services will be held in the evening at 7:30. This fs the first Sunday of the year, and we hope ushers In a year of blessing for our church and community. You are invited to join us in our .. The annual meeting of the congregation will 'be held next week Tuesday night at 8 p. m. All members are urged to be present at t&£» btrsftress meeting. 'Preceding the meeting there wfn be a half hour prayer service begfnnfng at T:30, In keeping with the national prayer week plans .... The second of the national prayer week •' services will be held next weefc TTrtrrsday at T:30 p. m. Tftfe prayer- week Is designed to help trs- during the coming year.. You wlTf be- welcome. bers should take part. At the C. Bi meeting at 6:30 there will be something to do for all the youth of the church. The evening sermon theme will be, God's Curse upon those who Refuse His Word. IMMANVEL LUTHERAN, Bancroft—New Year's day our church will ask God's blessing in a service at 10:30 a. m.' . All members and friends are invited to come. Whatsoever Ye Ask will be the sermon theme. . . Sunday morning services, 10:30. May we air start by Sabbath worship. . . The annual business meeting will be combined with'a half hour prayer service next week Wednesday. The second AR i times Iftften a strain ktfrtft, i'irt nary* dub. ,Wtnfa<?tftr Hiesen thehs has dwelt 'for «#e* plenty fulsotn* pride And" alwajto have they fafrly* dealt with neiRhbarA und the country Side. tfhtj Jteese of old with pointed tofln fared 'forth to battle for his king 1 , and gnrnered much of sundry soli InciudlnK: slaves, and everything. • ,':'•; . .•; .,'•'•''-. '''-.,'.'. ;ptv tend and sea the ^Reoses fougrht, ,hbi' cowards were there In the clan, through sacrifice ami blood Were bought the right to live on honest hie'i ."To. educate;. to civilize," wns every motto of ii tteese, above a sordid world to rise, with helping hand that people frees, i'.TJjpee^'jnjBii wore armor, and of steej, .WereYiever ready for a fray a'litf'^ffit'Vled golden studded shield qfi : iM*'fthe':"(Hifltom of the day. ;-"VVprq,. iron • helmets on the brow and slwrn'bried sword on headed 6elt, to chivalry and himor bowed to Ood and.' homo' they ever knelt. jiAnd, lo, 'down through the ages •$hen, thouRh riJBted now' are swonl and shield, and' peaceful (mostly) »jre all' m^n, 1 to blood of ancestors ield/', 7 ';'./'::;,'. , : ; So '' 1 wo'uid Woar on ' manly brow o weight of helmet wrought o ^eel, a« did .my ancestors — arid hov 4"-and thus a derby I would feel. . 'Therefore." I wear upon my bean a hat of which I'm Justly proud, derby,' Smooth, with silky seam, . sfng Its -'praises long and lOud. '' o—o OF YOIT who wear a ;)• derby will agree with me .that the lint, bow MH uses bOHlrten jjbelnR' a covering for jrar mat? ; |;ter. ; ' / M 'serves UH a shield lii a .•.NcrfnimajT. It lia* (invert mnny H rrncked cranium In the old j duy* when men battled with »'lnl)x. And the derliy In the best ! ; :»ort of u collection plate. When •• ' paxxeil fn church It. furnishes a noiseless receptacle In which to deposit .Buttons or even pool JctilW-"-Tn« simp* of • the derhy also arftfs •<> the , height of Hie wearer. The. little and' short shrimp takes on aim of dignity; alonft with the tall and lankjr bird. Their of the national prayer week services will be held at 7:30 next week Friday. 'Petersons to t«tw Mr. nntt Mr. ? V" lf<> - son Unlm , l portly Tr' 0l '< ! three mom) Mel, a nnvai w a »»t Ads $1!) 1P21. house fin. .—l millh . 0 M Phorm 3(i-\v "" 8 . m ir,: *°> John l''OR HA 1,1? T Poland ChTna m ""°- • M. I, FOR HA Ur^ Chl lla boars, each. — ' bogs, Hal,hv| n ~"; M on aT J LE; Piano. rriirttany new.-Ca,| van co. WB BUy • 'use. o. & .]. saFot>~ slippery roads are a Gamble Stores. treads comfort, METHODIST, C. V. Hulse, pastor — Next Sunday, the first In 1932, will be observed In thfs church with holy comrrrmrron' services at the 5 morning- worship- hour and with New Year's services in- the evening. We take this opportunity to urge our friends to be present and start the new year i'n a most commend!able way. The. Sunday school board will meet at the cfturch Wednesday evening, January S r at 6:30. BWirg sauiTwiehCB-. and ai c.g»eted HAVINGS ^_ O^^^^A my m^^m • A LIKE .THE POOR, the derby will always -be -with us. And I hope the day W,tll' come when It will bo the official.. headgear of a bellicose. congress, Ana that's that. sire the presence of all members of the board. The- Algona; District partners leading the way, we walked up the grand stairs to In No Mr. and Mrs. 'Milo Halvorson and tlguUjRtoter, of Buffalo Center, spent Christmas at the Edward Halvorson Mr. Mrs. B. J. MBwnack and were entertained. Sunday at Use August Peterson home in Swea QM*. Calvin Peterson, of Sanborn, has visiting this past week at the of MS brother, Cecil peteraon. JejoJjs SW4 AtaMt to St. paul on business all the living rooms on the second floor. Here the ladles and gentlemen parted company — the ladies going one of the big drawing rooms ^ the men into the cabinet room. these -rooms we had our coffee. .cigarets were passed to the -ladies and no ladies smoked. " This drawing room Is especially lovely. There are deep bay windows all along the south side of the room. They are draped with heavy silk — gold and green. The carpet is dark — almost black. The many davenports and chairs are upholstered in black and gold damask. Long slim black silk cushions are piled on the floor in front of the fireplace. The color scheme is most effective. On a grand piano in one corner are several photos of the Hoover boys and the grandchildren. A backgammon table is there, although the president told me that he does not play. It is there for the pleasure of the house guests. . There are many books. I think the Hoovers must be great readers or at least used to be when they had more leisure. An interesting old gold and red Chinese combination cupboard and desk stands -in one corner. This piece the president told us was more for looks than use. Chat With Mrs. Hoover. While the men were busy talking with the president we ladies had a most Informal visit with Mrs. Hoover, she knitting all the while on a pink baby caj-riage robe. The president is eo friendly and so easy to visit with, and Mrs. Hoover is s.J charmingly natural and interesting : and interested that we always f?o away charmed after every evening we have been lucky enough to have been invited to the white house. After the president and Mr Hoover had bidden us each good night and had gone to their rooms we lingered a few moments longer in. the lovely drawing room. Then hearing a peculiar noise, not like an Airplane, firewagon, or automobile, bun-led downstairs and out 99 to was paroled, Harold was sentenced to five years in prison and Ruth was acquitted. Since September 1st, Yearous has been running a teacher's agency at Emporia, Kansas. Hobbet & Blue were employed by Yearous in his defense. Retreat will con'vene in thfs church next 'Monday and Tuesday. The service Monday evening, at wttfch Dr; Spence, of OTason Cl'ty, will be the- speaker, fs a public- service which all members- and friend's are veterinarian student at Ames, and dls h. As we are to have election Mr. and Mrs. George Lacina, Iowa °f officers we very earnestly de- City, who came last Thursday for the holidays. Mr. and MVs. La> clna, who are farming, will return' to Iowa City sometime this Portland Women Cooperators Meet Burt, Dec. 29—A meeting of the Portland township Farm Bureau' women co-operators was; held' at. Mrs. A. R. GodfredBOit's this- week- Tuesday afternoon. Seven- wonreni attended, and MurieP Body,. H.. D. A., gave the lesson, which' was on honie furnishings. Mrs; Carl Carlson, Mrs.' Theo Ehgl'er, Mrs; C. K,, Sigsbee,' Mrs. E. 'R. Dtttmer.f Mrs. Anthony Jandl, Mrs. Hans Koestler, and Mrs: Godfredson took the- les- i'nvited to attend. The Etrworth League will hold its- annual Watch Night party at the church tonight. AIT the young- people are expected to be present. Cthrfc, .• — Frrt J. . a, m. . cejeoratton Sooth Cresco Mrs. Mary Runchey returned recently from Newell, and then spent a week at her son Robert's. Jean Ann and Richard, children of the Ellis Runcheys, Newell, are spending their vacation with Algona relatives. The Halley family was released from quarantine Christmas morning and spent the'day at Jack Halley's at Galbraith. Diphtheria was feared. Lloyd Potter is able to be up every day for a short time. The D. E. Potters, Fort Dodge, the Ray Miners, Merlden, the Dr. L. Ray Potters, Sehaller, and Mrs. Martha Potter, Algona, were guests Christmas day at Lloyd's and his mother remained to assist in his care. There is an epidemic of severe colds here, and few are escaping. Lyle • Runchey, • student at Morningside college, and Charles Windhorst, Ames, are at home for the holidays. Parties for young folks took place Monday nhjht.at Homer Lindhorst's and at William Runchey's Tuesday night. The Run- cheys expect to drive to Sioux City Sunday to take Lyle back, and Ruth Hulse and Harriet Smith, of Algona, will accompany them. A Mothers and Daughters club Chrlsimas party at Mrs. G. W. Brown's a week ago Friday night was well attended. The next meeting is scheduled- for January is at night at the Mrs. D. D. Sparks home. Many Call on the Nawfoins— Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Naudain called Informally Chirtst- mas day to congratulate them in honor of the golden anniversary of their wedding-. The Naudalns were recipients of golden gifts' from their children, friends, the W. R. C., and the Methodist Aid. No count was kept of the guests, but It is estimated that the number exceeded 65. Fred Kent'Jr. is Host- Eight boys were guests of Fred Kent Jr. Tuesday evening at his home. Dinner was served, after which they played games. The following boys were guests: (Junior Long, Harry Greenberg, Paul Worster, Walter Beardsley, Donald Wil- of the Lord's- Supper. Sermon, Making- Life a Sacrament. Special music by cn-otr, with chanting of the Gloria In Excelsfs ... 7 p. m. church fellowship and business meeting, with social hour and refreshments In charge of the L. O. A. class. Attractive program . . . 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. Orchestra directed by Mr. Collins. Classes for all. H. D. Hutchlne, Supt. . . . Christian Endeavor: Juniors at 6 son, John Dowel. Hopkins, and Bobby p. m.; Seniors at 6:30. Tonight the Juniors hold a watch night party at the church from 8:30 till midnight. Joyce Christiansen in charge, TEIKITY EV.. 1UTH., P. J. limner, -Pastor—The- Christmas-program of the Sunday school and the parish school was given Christmas eve, directed by the" pastor, the Rev. P. J. Braner. Mre. Frieda Braner and Mrs. Ella Bust played the organ. All recitations and songs and For S AYS A WISE GUY in a woman's page—"Character isn't shown by dancing." And he said a mouth- fnl. Though dancing may be the means of proving good character, or bad, according to the Individual. But the modern dancing is .getting away from the dance-which-brings out smoothness of movement or grace In the old days the bird who could waltz around the hall balancing a glass of water on his head usually took home the bacon. Today the modern dancer trips the light fantastic much too roughly. TTT FACT the prlie winner today ft the ijny mho can yank his partner over the floor In the most approved wrestling style without breaking any bonei. The modern dancer grabs hh woman with both arms, hop* 'a couple of times, almost gets'her shoulders to the mat, and yet keeps an equilibrium of sorts. There Is no smoothly gliding about on the floor—It's a match to see how near yon can come to stepping on her toes and yet not step on 'em. It's a rmtihlnfc ,and crunch- Ing of ribs without actually putting the partner In the hospital. YOU HOP, SKIP and jump across the hall and then you sneak -back and forth a few steps and then race a dozen steps, followed by a kick or two on the shins without actually bruising the .shins. You hang on to her in a sort of stay-clear-of- us attitude and heaven pity the guy who dares to attempt to .break the clinch. With your partner's arm around your neck the clinch in the modern dance is impregnable. FOR Jersey spring boars.—j/ -" miles south of Senea Crt-l HplJ-U sen, solldated school. 'OR SALE—RECKEATIWFL lor, fi tables and tobaccos arid i drinks; town 1700, southernitlrii sota. — F. AV. Dillon, Mai Jlln.n. WESLEY 4-H GIRLS ARE PARTY GUESTS Helen Kent, 1931 president of the Wesley Williivg Workers, entertain ed the club at a Christmas party December 19 The girls' mothers and H. D. A., Muriel' Body,, were sp«c£al guests. Assisting hostesses were Patricia Cruise and Edna'Mae Uck- telg,' Following the regular business meeting a Christmas program was employed with Helen Frartzen In charge: Song, girls; roll call, what I have gained from club work tMs year- secretary, summary of thie year's club work; 'sonp,: 4-HT Will Shine Tonight; .m.uslc, Minuet Don .Juan, from 1932 music/ nff recognition list, June' Bbleneus; music, Jlelen Franzen; styl'e show, by alt dub girls who modeled' in garments- nonde during, the past year In club work; reading, Country'Girl* 1 ' Creed, Helen Franzen; initiation of n«w members, club officers; talk,. Mabel Kent, club leader; year's- club uettvltfett in county 'events;- talk, club work far 1932, Muriel; Body/, son*,. UreamtnJr, girls. ChrUtnian caroite were- sang by all present.' After the titagfoff the following Christmas- program wan enjoyed: Duets, CTiristmaj* song», Ruth Hav«rly and Bernfee DeBoer; Christmas- reacUtag, Arlene Brethorst;_ Christmas story, Predricka Glrres- stunt, Fercys 1 Proposal, Patricia Cruise t and Berntce .DeBoer. Santu, ClauW ifetrlboWcttt*' to all. A thre» course luncheon /was served' at two, tables that were 1 * centered »y Roy Christmas trees. WANTED; MAN TO TAKERS of IniMineHM. Mechanically cltncd preferred. $35 start. $;iso tasli deposit on merchandise. Address care", vance. LEGAL NOTICES by the children were fitting, a large audience attended William Runcheys were Christmas guests at the John* Ulfers home north of Fenton. ... u ...i. . j »i.ii.i....,...., Peace PreiaUs. No criminal cases were filed in either of the local Justice courts during the past week. The Christinas slpgan of "'Peace on earth and ew4 «ntiy Other Society The Presbyterian Light Bearers will meet at the church Saturday at 2 o'clock; hostesses, Clara, Maxine, and Mona Mason and Avadvi Bingaman. Anna Marie Runtzle will read a chapter from the study book, The World on a Farm and Jean Murtagh will discuss the Ga- nadu, -Mission. Glendora -Burbank is entertainment committee. The Methodist Aid will meet next week Thursday afternoon at the church. A fifteen cent luncheon will be served at one o'clock after which the Aid will tie comforters for the needy. A business meeting and program wiU, follow. The Presbyterian Helping. Hand society will meet with Mrs, Albert Ogren next week Thursday; Mrs. George St. John, Mrs. Frank Klohr, Mrs. E. Lee, and Mre. Guy Mantor, assisting hostesses. M. and Mrs. J. L. Bonar enter, tained three tables at bridge Monday evening. Mrs. Wade Sullivan won high for women and T. H. Chris- chllles won high for men. Dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs.' J. S. Auner entertained at dinner and three tables of bridge Tuesday evening. D, R, Stoele won the high score for the men, and Mrs. Ralph Miller for the women. ' y ' There will <be a, regular meettag of the Eastern Stars next Tuesday evening at 7:30 at the Masonic jgjn- ple.- . There will be a Ne-vy New Year's eve, German services at 7:30 p. m.; New Year's day, English service at 10:30 a. m. Next Sunday—Sunday school at 10 a. m.; German-services at 10:30 a. m.... Next Tuesday the Y. P. S. will meet at the church and school at 7:30 p. m. The Aid will meet at Mrs. David Ristau's next week Thursday. The annual business meeting of voting members will take place a week from Sunday at 2 p. m. Our parish school will start again next Monday. NOTIOK In the District Court of lona, and for Kotwuth county. I*. A. Andrew, Superintendent •"Banking of the State of lot Plaintiff, vs. Farmers & Drovers State Lrfikotu, Defendant. To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that thi is now on file In the office of t Clerk of the District Court In : for Kossuth county, Iowa, the 1 tion of L. A. Andrew, as Receiver* the«FVtrmers &. Drovers State Ba£| Lakota, Iowa, asking that he authorized to enter Into a promise with S. K. McMahon garding the obligation due from || B. McMahon on the stock ment due the Farmers & State Bank, Lnkota, Iowa, as I terms of the Application now fite. And you arc further notified t hearing on said matter has set for the 8th day of January,. D. 1832, at 2 o'clock p. m day at the Court House In county, Iowa, at which time place you will appear and cause, If any you have, why petition should not be grantrt i Order made as therein piWW • i L. A. ANDRE"! Superintendent of Banking, the State of Iowa as J > . . O f> the Farmers &,' ' State Bank, Lakota, »»»••; Shumway & Kelly. Attorneys'for Plaintiff. WAZAliKXG, A. W. iiud Hazel Irwln, Pastoral-Failures ol the last year are not so bad if we forget them; only let us profit by it and make the new year the best we have -ever known. God will direct ue and bless us if we trust him and obey his commandments At the beginning of the new year is a good time to check up on ourselves. Why not trust God and walk in the light and enjoy the Christian life? . . Sunday school, 9:45; morning worship, 11; theme. The Only Way to Please God; evening, 7:30, theme, Go Forward , . . God's plan for all his children ]g. that- we -grow in grace and, a knowledge of the truth. PRESBYTERIAN, 4. L. Cowman, Pfttttor f The New Year is upon us, with its renewed responsibilities. Every member of this church and every friend of the church ^Ul want M ODERN MUSIC goes ..well with the modern dance. The band which can make the most terrible noises is the most popular. It's a battle between the musicians up tin "Home Sweet Home" is murdered. With the odds all in favor of the saxophones wheezing breezily while one of the guys scrapes blithely on a banjo, and the trumpeters break in with clashes and crashes further accenting the rhythm. And the drummer must be an acrobat and juggler. Not that he needs to Juggle with the notes. That's secondary. And the modern orchestra which can successfully disguise a tune is the most successful dance band. THERE is nothing about the modern dance band to sooth a savage breast. Which perhaps accounts for the savage W regt|. mg and neck and body holds .which denote the modern danc> er. And these days the bird who ' brings his girl to a dance attends to lilt* wrestling without Interference. She must not dance with the other guy ante** ' she has her partner's perm Is. si o B, properly contracted, agreed to, and sworn to and signed by both contractor parties. Just, durned geUUh- UW8 it looks like to me. Noth- like (he old days where yo« d to dance with every other fellow's plrl Hietfli,., th e 4^^ was over or counted the even.. In* sadly lacking in chivalry. Yes, the modem dance and the A New Method of Permanent Waving- We have installed the Super - Curllne 'all steam waving machine which enables UN to give you a c wave without any discomfort. , This wave' can.be given in either long or short hair and^.. been found to be a very satisfactory type of permanent ^ or extremely stubborn hair. ( ' We can givo Jhia wave in much 1 shorter time than any ot method. THE SUPEB.CUBLINE AM, SfEAM WAVERS OIVKK «V| QU» BEGCfcA* PWCK WIM- »* * w '°* ,. To •ssxsfi&sfsijui sas/r&'S"! Marigold Beauty and • •A«BMAft2tf» tthtfMinA NO* I Cosmetic Over Bloom's Store PbOM m to maks the most of the opportunities the 1 New Year presents. Our nervlce will be receptfcs of U»»d to add to t«e turmoil. wrttar youth. of I WAS Juat » yttte bra* I've-ha-nkwed lieu I & Wftij$»;pjPp^ tfbQM XuL"wl|hta my i &&n&au^,.,*.-vW. , I ; '*TT ,,% f ^ tf^lq^j, -t^fr. v j Jp^J *} t rtl -- . . «H ,Al «, t JL f} ^fy Rite-Way Grocery January 5,6,7,8,9 and BMM, 4 No. u C«B tyrlcou Me Qli*«r Cmefcels, | for „,„-,. ~ ¥!**•< Che*r t Vto, 1 Ik. 99-

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