Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1932 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 21, 1932
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PAOB TWO KrtftfitTTtt CbttNtY ADVANCE. AlfloK RED WILSON and his BESTTH BH1TTHM KINGS !• » Big Carnital Dance Tons of confetti, millions of tntles of serpentine, carloads «f hats, caps, and squawkers. COLISEUM, TITONKA Friday Night, This Week B. W. SHBPARD, Mgr. STOP THAT COUGH QUICK! Men, women, and children cvery- nrtiero are amazed at the quick results from the first swallow of •Thoxlne—a doctor's famous pre- •crlption. Acts like magic on a new principle. Stops the cough at once • and goes direct to the interna «aiise preventing further trouble. •Taken before retiring Thoxine absolutely prevents night coughing It gives the same speedy relief foi *ore throat, too. Safe for the whole jamily—guaranteed no dope. Monej toack if not satisfied, 35c. — Lusbj jDrug Store and all other good drug store. RINGSTED AND LEDYARD B, B, TEAMS DIVIDE Ledyard, Jan. 19 — Friday night he Rlngsted boys and girls basket- mll teams played here, and both games were fast and close. The Ledyard girls lost, 22-19. At the third Loans 9900 or less obtained quickly on furniture, Automobile and Live Stock. For additional Information call, write or phone CUNNINGHAM & LACY JPhone 698 Algonu Representing 1 Federal Finance Co., DCS Mollies f AT GIRLS! HERE'S A TIP FOR YOU All over the world Kruschen Salt, Js appealing to girls and wome who strive for an attractive, fre iron! fat figure that cannot fall t •Win admiration. Here's the recipe that banishes Sat and brings into blossom all the natural attractiveness that every -woman possesses and does it SAFE- quarter the score was tied, Ledyard then made a free 18-18. throw Godfrey Urges Fenton Farmers to Score Sutler and held the lead for several minutes, but Rlngsted followed with a field goal and a one-point lead, and just as the gun went off Ringsted made another field goal, thus winning by three points. At the end of the first quarter In the boys' game Rlngsted led, 9-6, but at the half Ledyard was ahead, 14-12. In the third quarter Ringsted again led, 18-16. The score was tied, 20-20, with only a few minutes to play, when Gable, of Ledyard, sank two long shots, winning the game. ' The junior high and second team played also, and the seconds won, 9-s" This made two games won for the junior high and one for the seconds. The juniors sold popcorn and candy during the game. Choir Practices for Contest— The Methodist choir had a potluck dinner in the church basement Sunday, and then practiced for a music contest to be held at Buffalo Center February 12. The choir will sing two required numbers, "Some Bleesed Day" and "All Thy Works Shall Praise Thee." A quartet consisting of Messrs. Olson, Johnson, Barrett, and Granner will also sing two numbers, and Mr. Olson a tenor solo. Each competing choir will be allowed 20 minutes. Sixteen to 'Declam' Contest- Miss Stranahan is coaching students who have entered the declamatory contest. There are Ifi contestants: Oratorical, Tilmer Halvorson, Alvin Depplng, Kenneth Thompson, Roland Gable, Walter Miller, Anna Jones; dramatic, Lydla Logemann, Malinda Goetz, Marjorie Matzener, Lillian Sanders, Mary E. Miller; humorous, James Logan, Cecil Long, Freida Schadendorf, Vernon Lepper, Fenton, Jan. 19 — The annual stockholders' meeting of the Fenton creamery company was held a week ago Saturday, and was fairly well attended. President E. A. Huskamp Introduced. George Godfrey, master farmer, member of the state board' of education, and director of the State Brand Creameries, Inc., who stressed briefly on the advisability of continuing the butter scoring. He pointed out that with the present low price of butter It Is more important than ever that quality butter be produced. Paul Ne- mltz and Cliff Frink were re-elected directors. Fenton Loses to Seneca— Seneca defeated Fenton 15-14 In a hotly contested game last week. Fenton led at the half 11-10, and also led In the final quarter 14-13, but a field goal by Seneca reversed the score. Fenton had opportunity to score later, but missed. Seneca girls romped away with the Fenton girls 32-18 in an easy game after Fenton started the scoring. At the half the game was 12-8 In favor of Seneca, and the game was almost on even terms in the third quarter. In the final period the Seneca girls piled up points almost at will. Woman's Clnb Studies Russia— The Fenton Woman's club met last week Tuesday at the home of Mrs. J. A. Schwartz with Mrs. C. H. Geronsln assisting. Roll call was answered with current events and the topic was Russia, of today, led by Mrs. AV. P. Weisbrod: Five-Year Plan, Mrs. E. J. Frank; Religion in Russia, Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod; Women of Russia, Mrs. H. C. Lindsey; Round table; two selections of Russian music, Maxlne Weisbrod. After and Airs. O. H. Graham, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boettcher. Party for Schools Faculty— Mathilda kreesln entertained the school faculty and Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Newel, Olivia Kressin, and Ger- W, T. evening. Bridge was played, and Lily Raa- musson won the high score and Martha Gilbert low; Refreshment* were served. DORIS MEYEf WHITTEMC RE John Brue. MeU , -----, the latter ot Mallard, sittent Sunday evening at attended sunaay evening ai ueorge «"- ,v""""", r* Ail «uJu »«*,,.»«. geman's, and Were tinable to return the funeral of Mr*. Ffed LaVrOn* to attend the annutl meeting 0 ( state veterinary a« eolation. hard Korntheuer at the Ohm home Saturday Bridge Party Is Given— Mrs. Walter Jentz, Mrs. George XY and HARMLESSLY. In the morning take one-half and Eleanor The contest a short business session a course luncheon was served. two- Birthday Surprise Party- George Boettcher was pleasantly surprised on his birthday Saturday evening when a number of friends came to spend the evening at cards. Present were Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reimers, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bonn,-Mr. Jentz, and Mrs. Arthur Mueller entertained at the latter's home last week Wednesday afternoon. Bridge was played at five tables. Mrs. F. P. Newel won the high score and Mrs. F. F. Mueller consolation. After the game lunch was served. Quilting: Bee Is Held— Mrs. W. E. Stoeber entertained at a quilting bee last week Tuesday afternoon. Attending were the Mesdames F. H. Eigler, Mike Weisbrod, R. N. Kyhl, R. C. Goetsch, J. F. Newel, Kate Newel, Emma Curry, and Raymond Stoeber. 66th Birthday Is Honored- Mr, and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe and daughter Edith and the Frank McFall family were entertained Sunday at the parental T. N. McFall home in honor of the elder Mr. Mc- Fall'e 66th birthday. Other Fenton News. B. D. Welsbrod returned to Hartley Saturday and will resume work at the Ford garage. Mr. Weisbrod has been visiting relatives here since the holidays. Supervisor Charles Morris was busy with his snow plow clearing the roads in town Friday afternoon and evening. Mrs. Henry Warner Sr. enter- 'tained Sunday the Marcus Llndsey family, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner, daughter Lola, and eon Melvln. The Afternoon bridge club met Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Webber Yager. High score was won by Mrs. E. C. Welsbrod. teaspoon of Kruschen Salts in a glass of hot water before breakfast —cut down on pastry and fatty meats—go light on potatoes, butter, .cream and sugar. "It's the little daily dose that takes off the fat" and "brings that Kruschen feeling" of energetic health and activity that is reflected dn bright eyes, clear skin, cheerful vivacity and charming figure. But tie sure for your health's sake that you get Kruschen. A bottle •that lasts 4 weeks costs but little. You can always get Kruschen at E. Tff. Lusby's and money back if not satisfied with results after first bottle. (2) will be held early in February. Methodist Mission Women Meet— The Methodist Woman's Foreign Missionary society met with Mrs. Blanche Jenks last week Tuesday, arid Mrs. Knoner led the devotional meeting, Mrs. Moyer leading the lesson. Three candles were burned during the meeting, each representing a sacrifice. At the next meeting the meaning of the candles will be explained. Mrs. Johnson has charge of the next lesson, January 20, at Mrs. Knoner's. TITONKA W SENDS GIFTS TO WAR VETS Titonka, Jan. 19—Under the direction of Mathilda Falk, rehabilita- again Saturday 'afternoon. Mrs. Dr. R. C. Ball entertained he Evening Bridge club at her home last week Wednesday evening. Coach Dunmire and his wife Jrove to Emmetsburg Saturday, re- :urning Sunday afternoon. The Harry Randolphs, Watertown, S. D., arrived Sunday to visit the Eric Petersons. tion chairman of the Breen 'Post No. 4G5, auxiliary to 50 gifts were Watch-Doctors Many Attend Reefer Funeral— A largo number from here attended the funeral of Fred Reefer, Ledyard, U. S. marine ,who was killed in an auto accident at Washington, D. C., January 10. The services were held at Lakota Friday afternoon at the German Lutheran church. Fred, who was the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Reefer, enlisted in the marines three years ago this May, and was 23 years old. ha Methodist Aid'Meets Today— Mrs. L. W. Weimer will be host- recently wrapped separately and attractively, and sent to the U. S. veterans' hospital at Knoxville to be used as prizes in games in a January carnival Friday. This is an annual event for which gifts are sent from every unit in the state. Cigar- ets, ties, sleeve-holders, tie clasps stationery, Eversharp pencils, candy, hose, etc., were sent from here Members and friends of the Auxiliary will meet with Mrs. Martha Bonacker, Americanization chair man, to hear a radio program from WOI, Ames. Students Practice Operetta— ess to the Methodist Aid at her home this week Thursday, one attending is to take a lOc parcel, and the parcels will be exchanged. Seven Attend Noted Talkie— Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen and the Misses Jones, Mr. Granner, and the Misses Randall, Stranahan, and Nolan attended the show Frankenstein at Algona last week Wednesday evening. High school students are prac Every- I ticing. for their operetta, Jerry o Jericho Road, which is to be given the first of next month. Leadini characters are taken by Helen Beecl as Jerry, the soprano lead, Edit] Reynolds, the contralto lead, a New Granddaughter for La Coeurs Mr. and Mrs. La Coeur returned home from Des Moines early last week, and they report a new girl at the home of their daughter, Malinda Hendrickson. GIRL IS WED Whtttemore, Jan. 19—Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at St. Paul's Lutheran church took place the Marriage of Erwln Bruhn, Falrvllie, and Doris Meyer, Whlttemore, the Rev. William Fautetich performing the ceremony In the presence of a large number of relatives and friends. Edna Bruhh, Bister of the •bridegroom, and Lydla Meyer, sister of the bride, were bridesmaids, and Laurenz Meyer, brother of the bride, and Raymond Wehrepann, Ottosen, cousin of the groom, were groomsmen. The bride wore an ankle-length white satin dress, with an all-lace covered skirt, and also wore a veil held by a wreath of orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of roses and llllea of the valley. Her maids were dressed In rose and green, flat crepe, ankle- length, and both carried bouquets of pink and white carnations. A reception was given at the home of the bride's parents,' Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, east of- Whlttemore, attended by eoijie 90 persons. A wedding dinner was served at 5 o'clock. Tables waitresses were Rosella Voight, Lillian Heldenwlth, Ruth and Edna Schultz, Clara Bruhn, and Frieda Meyer. The color scheme was in rose, green, and white, the rooms, tables, and wedding cake all being. decorated In these colors. The bridegroom IB a son of Mrs. Mary Bruhn, Falrvllie. Out-of-town guests» were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, Garner, son James, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Nlssen, Webster City, son Bobby, daughter. Luclle; and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck, West Bend, daughter Luclle. Catholic Societies Elect Officers- Officers of the Rosary society have been elected: Mrs. Harve Hlg- ley, president; Mrs. Peter Foxsen, vice president; Mrs. Nell Farrell, secretary; Mrs. Jos. Faber, treasurer. The Young Ladies' Sodality has also elected: Nellie Duffy, president; Loretta Fandel, vice president; Zita McDonnell, secretary; Arlene O'Brien, treasurer. I Union Farmers Elevator' Names Directors The stockholders of the 'Farmers elevator met recently at the Higgins hall and elected directors: M. W. Fandel, president; W. T. Olivei 1 , vice president; Seth B. Calry, secretary; Frank Beetenlehner, treasurer; August Vaudt, Peter Elbert, and Peter Kollasch. Sandy, the baritone lead, Raymond Heifner, as Alan, and the tenor lead, Wilbur Schram, as John. Blood-Poisoning 1 Afflicts Workman Frank Kelley, who works for the state highway commission, has been suffering with blood-poisoning in one hand. He is under the care of Doctor Williams, of Lakota. sharp ve ears They can tell how a watch is going to behave by simply listening to it. For good watches, like good people, have a pleasant, mellow rhythm. Should you ask our experts what watch they prefer, the answer would be "Hamilton," for the Watch of Railroad Accuracy has this same, steady rhythm ... Drop in and see our dia- play of new Hamilton*. You can own one for aa little as $50 or aa much ••$685. FredW.Wehler&Co. Jewelers and Optometrists Phone 210. Lakota Town Team Defeated— The Lakota town team played here last week Monday night, and the locals won, 47-21. Last Thursday night Hayfleld played here, and the locals again won, score 19-16. Sleighing Party Is Given— Harvey Graham entertained a number of high school students at a sleighing party Monday evening. Among pupils who attended were Barbara Ball, Edithmae Budlong, Harold Krantz, Mildred Krantz, Wilbur Schram, Arlo Larson, Neil Slack, Leota Oesterreicher, Kathryn Schram, and William Kennedy. Mesdames Mary Bennett and Margery Dearchs entertained the M. & D. club last Thursday at the former's home, with 20 present despite cold and enow. Mrs. Anna Marlow reviewed the book Grandmother Brown's One Hundred Years, and Ruth and Mary Lee Dearchs sang. The hostesses served a tray lunch following adjournment. The next meeting will be January 28 with Mesdames Erma Harvey and Julia Taylor. Program—talk, When Mother Fixes Up, Mrs. Winnifred Jergeneon; song, Mrs. Katherine Leason. Before Christmas the club sent a box of gifts and $5 to the Iowa children's home, .Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parsons are parents, of a boy, their fourth child, all boys, born last week Friday. Mr. Parsons, who works for Harry Ward, has been engaged for anoth- r year. Dist. No. 4 pupils have since hristmas enjoyed a hot dish. of ood every day with the lunch irought from home. The families urnish. in rotation enough food to erve the school. The preparation and cleaning up is done by the eacher, Gertrude Sage, and the older pupils. Every family at this Fire Company Elects Officers— At a recent meeting of the fire company Frank Elbert was elected chief; W. F. Kelly, assistant; A. H. Semon, secretary; O. H. Schattschneider, treasurer; and Dr. H. E. Woodward, foreman. Two Tons of Busier In Day— One day last week R. A. Bartlett and his helper, Kern Erlinger, of the local creamery, churned the largest run of butter ever made here, almost two tons. Pastor Recovers From Sickness— The Rev. Wm. Faulstich, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church, was sick last week, but is again up and about. Party Honors James Welfare- Relatives of James Welfare surprised him last week Tuesday evening by giving a birthday party his honor. In Woman's Club Hears Program— Mrs. Howard French entertained the Woman's club last Thursday evening. The lesson was led by Mrs. Andrew Peterson. Roll call was on Snowflakes, and Mrs. M. S. Craven read a paper on Thrift. The snowstorm kept attendance down. Practice Held at Algona Gym— The Titonka team drove to Algona last Thursday afternoon and practiced basketball because the Algona floor is much larger than the one here. The boys enjoyed tho practice and experience on the larger floor. J. AV. Hartshorns 54 Years Wed— Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hartshorn celebrated their 64th wedding anniversary last week Wednesday. Clinton, witbi band, 957.50. jeaned-Pre^ Repairt £lk Cleaners and Tailora rbQBe I«Q Other Ledyard News. Mrs. Charles Hilferty visited her sister, Mrs. Ben Gesch, Elmore, last week Sunday. Charles Hilferty, Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Welfare, Dorie, Mr. and Mrs, J. T. Welfare, and Aleta Green visited at the same place, and Mrs. Hilferty returned with them. Samuel Weaver and Christ Gelhaus, Ledyard, Jerome Burt, Swea City, and Ben Steinberg, Buffalo Center, will go to Des Moines this week Thursday to serve in court in a Tipton cow-testing trial! "Bill" Weimer went to Van Meter for the week-end. His grandmother, Mrs. Tillmoney, accompanied him to visit at Des Moines and Ames a few days. A number from here attended a program put on by tho Lakota Lutheran League at Swea City Sunday night. Miss Jone.s spent the week-end at her home at Livermore. Harold Granner visited at Hardy Saturday and Sunday. The local 4-H club met at George Hagge'.s Saturday. Twelve were present. Ed Christ, who went to Des Molneu some time ago, is now acting as bunk receiver at Panora. Mrs. D. A. Carpenter was sick Saturday, and Doctor Devine was called. Miss Stranahan entertained the Sewing Circle last week Tuesday evening at the Mrs. Gelhaus home. Miss Kandall visited her parents at Mason City over the week-end. Albert Brand is the owner of a new Chevrolet truck. Faculty Is Entertained— The school faculty was entertained at a 6:30 dinner followed by bridge at the L. B. Larson home last Thursday evening. Hostesses were Mrs. Larson, Mrs. R. L Krantz, and Mrs. William Boyken Mrs. Rasmus Peterson Honored— Sunday afternoon a number ( women called on and pleasantly surprised Mrs. Rasmus Peterson at he home soutli of town. Mrs. Peterson would not let the guests depar without serving lunch. (jlrl Undergoes Second Operation— Alvlim, daughter of Mrs. Tillie Oppedahl, underwent a second ma jor operation a few days ago a Mercy hospital, Mason City. She wil not be able to attend school agaii this winter. Murle Huber's Appendix Removed— Marie Uulier, who makes he home with the John Rhodes, east o town, underwent an operation fo appendicitis Saturday morning a the Rhode liome. 8. S. Clubs Ones Slelg-lilug— Mrs. Roy Budlong entertained .he Sunday school class at a sleighing party Friday evening. After a rid they had lunch and played game at the Budlong home. Other Titonka News. The Aid was entertained in th basement of the Methodist churcl last week Wednesday afternoon Hostesses were Mrs. R. L. Krant and Mrs. L. B. Lajson. Mrs. Ed Rike, son Arthur, an daughter Viola drove to Algona Sat urday. The roads are open deupit the recent heavy snows. It enowed school furnishes the food once in wo weeks. Roy Clark, Donaldson, Minn., has been visiting at Chris Alt's for two veeks. He made the trip by auto with Pete McEnroe, of the same place. The latter came to visit relatives. Their return has been de- ayed because of the road conditions. Mesdames Clark and Alt are sisters. Clifford Riebhoff returned January 6, after three weeks visiting friends at Salem, Ore.. Clifford traveled via train over a northern route. Son for Louis Wehrspnnns— A boy was born last week Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wehrspann, - who now have two sons and a daughter. Woodmen In Yearly Feast— The annual Woodman banquet took place last week Tuesday even- Ing at the Kate Haag cafe. Other Whittemore News. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hansen- and their daughter Joan drove to Webster City Sunday, and there met Mrs. Hansen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gude, Des Moines, and their daughter Rosalind, who had brought Beverly Hansen that far on the way home. Beverly had spent two weeks with her grandparents. H. M. Oliver, Waseca, Minn., and his daughter Irene, attended the J. B. Butler funeral services. Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Dullard, West Union, were also here. Mrs. Dullard WHAT A DIFFERENCE NEW tread tires make .in winter driving. Sell your dangerous miles to Gamble Stores. 1000 to 7000 miles allowed for your old tires. 26-19 For Service OUR DRY CLEANING WILL PLEASE YOU If you like neat work, and want to be sure that your clothes won't shrink or lose their color bring them to us. We handle the most delicate fabrics and assure you a satisfactory job of cleaning and pressing. It pays to patronize a home industry—one equipped to give you satisfactory service at a nominal price. WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 537 ^ PR- F, E. SAWYER for tele jhi own-f-h Ah urgent appeal over the telephone front • loved one out of town—how promptly you respond! In gettlig In toucjh with tomeone when, second counts . . . . telephone. the quickest way. ivery It IB USE LONG DISTANCE The Cost is Low Wherever You Go You can talk three minutes during the day (between 4:3O a. m. and 7 p. m.) over a distance of 4O airline miles for 35 cents; 7O airline miles for 5O cents; and IOO airline miles for 6c cents .... when you ask for anyone available at the telephone called. Charges are less per mile as the distance increases. alls can public local Long dlifane* <t b* mado from tflcphont-i calls for • nicUl. Look for th« Blue Ball in drug itorai and pthJr ttorcs, filling itatient, 'dapots, hotalt and othir public placet. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY MBLE ON TH BLOCK STARTING TOMORROW. . 8i30 A. M. 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