Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1932 · Page 3
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it 4,1932. KO88UTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA tAOBTHMB* ^^y^C^\ {l \&> t Confidence ' r " Prosperity Id right around the corner, gddd Mlttes are coming; behind the clouds the suit IB still shining and all such talk does not seem to help the present situation. We are having a bad case of the seven- year itch, attd We Will have to do a lot of scratching before We are done with it. Good times and bad times come every so often. In my lifetime I "have been through several panics, and while Jt is hard medicine to take I believe we come out of it better, stronger men and Woman than we were before, 'It is such times that tell what metal there is in a man. The quitter is no good in times like these. Determination to pull through and devising ways and means to do it is what we need. r We need confidence in ourselves, confidence in our/neighbors, and in our government. . We are living in the best state in the Union and in the biggest and one of the best counties in Iowa. Depression or no depression I have confidence in the future and plenty confidence in the good people of Kossuth county. Physically', mentally, and financially we are better fixed today than any other people in the world. I am going right on buying shoes and clothing for these people; for I know they will need them, and at the new low prices they will be able to buy them. Merchandise is cheaper now than it has been for 20 years. Saturday we had one hundred cases of these new shoes unloaded at the front door of the yellow front shoe store. We are receiving big shipments in all lines. Just got in 25 dozen high-grade men'.s overalls, 95' dozen of the best work shirts that ever cafcie to town. Gave an order to a special representative of the mills for 1,000 dozen hose. I got jobbers prices on this buy. We will;have stockings from 5c a pair up to 69c, and oh what bargains. Maybe I am buying wild, but buy 'em and sell 'em is my motto. We are sure selling them so I am not going to lay down on the job as long as trade keeps increasing. Neville's Shoe Store y THE DEPBESSI01V KILLER, ALGONA, IOWA. , TEACHER. •! A \ CAN/ /j. \ & THE DEpENPABIltTV Of Blue Star Goal TRY IT Call 229 F. S. Norton & Son ^^^^1W ^B^^B^F -flp JKP ^^HP^r ^^^^^ Replacement Service * . WOMEN DESIGN HOOKED RUGS AT SWEA CITY, land. Mns. William Tfhompeoh gave an Interesting talk on Latin-America, . :: 'A '... ' ."•' ••'.'.. •-, :• . <3t- p/ f'eteraoh former/ supervisor, drove' to Minneapolis recently for further treatment of his eyes, w,hich have been infected for-some time. Gerald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wicker, Is a patient in a Fort Dodge hospital, where he had an operation Swea City, Feb. 2 — The largest crowd of the season attended night school last week Monday evening with 100 present. Men continued study of weeds. The farmers agreed finally that weeds were a blessing because they tempt the Initiative of a man to work and care for his crops. County Agent Morrleon and Township Supervisor Thorson were present and explained Iowa weed laws. Noxious weed eradication wae studied, The women drew designs for hooked rugs, and Mlse Preston showed several, some of which were made by the high school glrle. Many of the women drew designs for'rugs with Miss Preston's assistance. The next lesson will continued the hooked rug lessons. Eunice Jenson and Pearl _McAnlnch entertained the school with music before the lesson. After the lessons the town men challenged the country men to volley ball, and the town men won the first game. The women then played, and the men played another another game, with the town. men again winning. Hoy Scouts Reorganized— A reorganization of the Boy Scout movement In Swea City was effected last week Monday evening by Fisher post of the Legion. The Rev. G. R. Seimens, the Rev. B. L/. Weaver, and the Rev. Raymond Swanson were named as leaders for the coming year. Henry Myre, Ray Sperbeck and A. J. Christiansen resigned as scout commissioners, and E. H. Parsons, Elmer Smith, and D. W. Fults were elected to take their places. R. A. Haglund and R. A. Brnvender are the two remaining commissioners. Mr. Haglund was at Fort Dodge to attend a district area meeting, representing Swea City. on a knee injured in a fall on Ice. SENECA TEAMS PREPARE FOR B, B, TOORNEY Seneca, Feb. 2—Laet week was not profitable for Seneca, the boys losing to St. John's team of Bancroft, 30-17, last week Tuesday Bancroft boys made long shots In the first half for a good lead. Seneca played well but the Bancroft boys were too big and had too big a lead to overcome. The girls settled an old tie when the seniors and sophomores defoatet the juniors and freshmen In a cur tain raiser. Seneca's seventh and eighth grade team beat St. John's graders 7-5 in an early game. The girls' game at Armstrong Friday was called 'off because of th storm, and Seneca girls are the only undefeated team in the county. Tuesday night Seneca girls am boys play f at Bancroft and thl Thursday night the boys play St John's at Bancroft. Seneca wi play at Algona in the boys' stat sectional tournament March 3-4-5. I. 0. 0. F., Officers Installed— Last week Monday the I. O. O. F. lodge installed the following officers: Buell Johnson, N. G.; Earl Nagel V. G.; B. F. Rhodes, secretary; G. B. Harner, treasurer; Ora Simmons, \V. ; J. L. Vaux, conductor; Ed Kinney, I. G.; J. E. Harner, O. G.; H. E, Hanson, R. S. to N. G.; Gilbert Engstrom, L. S. to N. G.; John Schuler, R. S. to V. G.; Leonard Swanson, L. S. to V. G.; Samuel Wai-burton, chaplain; Henry Gett- Second School Semester 'Opens— The second semester started las week Monday with few' changes ex cept in the high school, where th class In biology changes to genera science, the commercial law claa takes up civil government, and th economics class studies social pro! lems. All other subjects are . yea studies. LAKOTANSTO AID IN COUNTY WOMANSMEET Lakota, Feb. 2—Mesdames Celes- ine Smith, Delia Smith, and Olga iVortman, of the Acorn club, and lesdames George Heetland, G'uy 3eemer, Noy Sturdlvant and Marie >Jeedham, of the Prlscilla club, went o Swea City last week Wednesday .fternoon to attend a joint meeting f the Lakota and Swea City clubs at the Eckholm home, with Mrs. lam Warburton assisting hostess. lans were made for the county Tederatlon club meeting to be held at Swea City March 1. The committee decided to give a George Washington bl-centennial program, After the meeting the hostesses served lunch. Third Operation In One Tear— Mrs. Sarah Patterson received word last week Wednesday that a daughter of her eon Herbert living northwest of Swea City, had been operated on for appendicitis Tuesday and was in a critical condition. This is the third appendicitis operation in the family In a'year.' The others were the oldest daughter and Mrs. Patterson. Mrs. . Alfred O'Keefe, Mrs. Patterson's mother, is helping with the work. Teachers Flee Flames. Ledyard, Feb. 2 — The Grant township consolidated school's teach- erage, was burned to the ground early Sunday morning. Mr.. Locke built a fire and went to the schoolhouse. When he returned flames, were rising from the registers. The teachers who lived there saved nothing, and little of the furnishings was saved. 24 PUPILS AT LEDYARD HAVE GOOD RECORDS Ledyard, Feb. 2—During the first semester In the Junior and Senior high schools there were 24 pupils who wore neither absent nor tardy: th grade — Cleo Gable, Ellwood Green, Glen Lloyd, Edith Logan Ivelyn Mayne, and Henrietta O 1 - ieefe; 8th grade—Viola Wea.ver and Violet Long; 9th grade—Lllah Kap- engst, Elmer Hans, Elsie Stelnhard Mildred Vaughn, Rubyflo Womack and Marjorle Matzener; 10th grade —Alletha Braack. Esther Green James Logan; llth grade — Fern Lewis, Mary Miller, Lumetta Reece Irene and Elsie Schwartz; 12th grade—Pearle Wlrtjes and Alice Moulton. Kulanders Take Thaycs House Elliott Kulander, of Swea City, bookkeeper at the Citizens Savings bank for the last few months, moved his family and household goods into the house owned by Mrs. Charles Thaves, Monday. Mrs. Thaves wil continue to make her home with her daughter, Mrs. A r ern Mollnder. Few T. 15. Cattle in Seneca— During the past two weeks th farmers in this community have 'had their cattle tested for tuberculosis. Only five head reacted, which sounds good for the farmers in this neighborhood. Those five t. b. cattle had been bought out county, it was understood. of the man, R. S. S. R. S.; Martin Nelson, L. Snow Plows are Kept Busy— County snow plows traveled 375 miles in the fifth district up to last Thursday. Supervisor P. J. Helken has two snow plows, one tractor and one truck plow here. The tractor plow has gone steadily day. and night for more than two weeks. The truck is used only in the day time. Six men are employed. Friday's snow filled the roads and the plows are at work again. Alden McAdains Is Married— Mi-, and Mre. Charles McAdams last week received announcement of the marriage of their son Ald'en to Bessie Dorrance, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Dorrance, Rockford, 111. Alden was graduated from the Swea City high school and took a jeweler's course In Minneapolis. He is now manager of the Busch jewelry store at Rockford, where they will live. Club Meetlngr Is Planned- Representatives from the Acnrn and Prlscilla clubs of Lakota, and the Thursday club and W. C. T. U., of Swea City, met at S. P. Eckholm's last week Wednesday to plan fof the county federation club meeting to be held In Swea City March requirements In typing were LydIA jogemann, 48, Wilbur Hafisebrack, Alice Moulton, Walter Ml|ler ( Alice Weaver,-- Mary 'Miller, and Melbourne Jones. In shorthand Alice Weaver and Elmer JSlelske did the best vork. James Traded With Renwlck— Renwlck'e Junior and Senior high schools basketball teams played here Saturday night. The Ledyard jun- ors won, 20-14, but the seniors lost, 22-13. Mr. and Mrs. .Laurltzen served lunch to the Renwlck players and guests after the game. ffiislc Teachers to Conference— V. A. Barrett and Mr. Fardell, of Burt, attended a conference of school music directors at Iowa City Saturday. Glenn C. Barnum, director of the Northwestern university band, was one of the principal speakers. Small Blaze at Barrett's— The firemen and many neighbors gathered at V. A. Barrett's Sunday evening to put out a blaze on the roof caused by chimney sparkfi. It was discovered in time to prevent much damage. Eighteen Firemen to S. C.— Eighteen men from here responded to a call for help from Swea City to help fight a disastrous fire at the Pehrson store Friday night. They traveled In the Clifford Jenks schoo bus. Mrs. Tlllmonej- is 74; Party— Friends gathered at Mrs. Mary Tlllmoney'fl Friday to help Her brate her 74th birthday. Her er, Mrs. L.'W. tVeitner, assisteA 1 ^ tfrs. Mayer, served lunch. Extension Teacher "Visits Mr. Moore, of the state college' extension department, here last Thursday, conductive classes In all the grades and •esearch work. . Sleighing 1 Party Is Given— . A group of young people had sleighing party last week nlht. They built a 'bonfire and rout* ed marshmallows for lunch. Declamatory Contest Tonight— The senior high school declamSp"- tory contest will be held .this week Thursday evening. There are 1* contestants. Has Operation at Iowa City— Jos. Berhow has . returned . from Iowa City, where he spent ten days and underwent a minor operation. Other Ledyard News. Elvln Carpenter visited at Cedar Rapide over the week-end. Mls» Jones visited at Brooklyn Saturday. Miss Randall spent the week-end at Mason City with "her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knoner. wera- at Fort Dodge last week .Tuesday and Wednesday, and Mr. Knoner afc- tended a grain dealers' convention. Christy Hendrickson, BJue Eartli.. visited at John Frandel's from last Thursday till Sunday. 1. Seven from "Lakota and from Swea were present. eight WHIN IT 1AJIH«IT Mrs. Helken, Father, Return- Mrs. P. J. Helken returned from California Monday. She brought her father, J. O. Hatch. They were snowed In at Sioux, City over the week-end. Mrs. Heiken has been in California some time, called by the serious Illness of her mother, who died a month ago. Mall Now Arrives at 9:80— The morning mall reaches Swea City at 9:30 instead of 8. This is caused by the fact that the train from Dee Motnes reaches Estherville at 8:15 a. m. Instead of an hour and a half earlier. The postofftce opens at 8 o'clock Instead of 7:30. Feed Mill Changes Hands— The local feed-mill owned by Mrs. Rllla Felkey was sold last week to Virgil Thackeray, of Armstrong, who will take possession March 1. L. O. McNeill, In charge of the business for Mrs. Felkey, will continue in charge till March 1. House on Farm Planned— A carpenter crew from Sherburn, Minn., will erect a 24x26 one-story house on the Moody Simpson farm northwest of town. The houae on this farm burned two months ago. They crew is known as the Peter MacCarn "crew. Bank Job for Jos, Goff*-/ Jos. Goff, former assistant cashier of the now defunct Farmers Savr ings bank, has been appointed asT slstapt examiner of closed banke. He went to Des Moines recently to get his assignment. Cardinals Win Two Games— The Cardinals last week won from Algona, 67-84, and Sunday from Welcome, Minn., 42-26. . The first high school team won from Armstrong, 25-8 Friday, tout the second team lost 12-10 to Armstrong, Fa«n Howe Is Buraedi- Mrs. Walders, southwest of Swea City, lost her home by fire last Thursday. The loss w§s covered by insurance. .Mrs. Wajders is a Pioneer Resident 1'asscs— Mrs. Hans Wilberg, one ; of Seneca's pioneers, died at her home southwest of Seneca Saturday morning. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, and • burial was made in the family lot in the local Lutheran cemetery. The obituary will be given next week. Illenow. to be Speaker— Robert E. Rlenow, rfean of men at the state university, will probably be the commencement speaker this year. Arrangements are being made by Supt. Ortmyer, of Armstrong, to have Doctor Rienow for a series .'of addresses in this part of the state. New Constitution Is Ready— A large crowd attended the local Aid In Ringsted last Thursday. Mrs. August Nelson will entertain the Aid February 18. At this meeting a committee will read the Aid con- situation translated from Norwegian Into English, and revised. Second Daughter for Norlands— A baby girl arrived at the Melvin Norland home Sunday. They now have two girls. Mrs: Anna Osborn is caring for the mother and baby. Engcssers Build Brooder House— A new brooder house has been built at I. F. Ejigesser's. A son Daniel plans to raise chickens , this year. Blizzard Cancels. School Friday- There was no school Friday at Seneca because of the blizzard and bad roads. Other Seneca News. Mrs. Henry Looft, son Jackie, and sister, Mrs. Martin Wilberg, spent last week Wednesday with Mrs. Harry Valdek to make the acquaintance of a new niece at that home. Seneca was well represented last Thursday afternoon at the Fred Jentz sale. Mr, Jentz is well known in this community, where he has lived several years. Mrs. Manno Pederson and son Merlon came from Minneapolis last Wednesday night to be with her mother, who died the following Saturday. A weekly devotional meeting will be held at the Jens Halvorson's this Thursday. It was postponed • last Thursday because of the Aid meet- Aid Starts Third Quill— Mrs. Richard Hamquist entertained the Methodist Aid last week Wednesday, with 30 attending. Th third fjuilt was started to furnish hand work at the meetings. One quilt went to Mrs. Will Ley and th other for Mrs. H. K. Murray. Women Uefcated liy Girls—The woman's Athletic club an high school basketball teams played at the gymnasium last week Tuesday afternoon,, and the girls won 38-15. OiitknechtN In the South— . Mrs. Delia Smith received word from Mrs. Will Gutlcnecht that they were enjoying their trip and had passed through the Oklahoma oil fields Wednesday. C. R. Smith's Mother Improves— In a recent letter C. R. Smith, who has been with his mother at Long Beach for some months helping care for her, states that she is improving, but very slowly. Tournament Plans Are Made— Earl Grabau and Richard Hamquist attended a schoolmasters' meeting at Grant last week Monday. Plans were made for a basketball tournament at Lakota in February. Sings on WOI Program— Mrs. Ward Dawson, daughter of the C.-R. Smiths, sang in a parent- teacher program broadcast over AVOC last week. Bred Sows Average 812.85— Peter Selvig, northeast of town, had a Poland China brood sow sale last Thursday. The average selling price for 40 sows was $12.85. Spirit Jvake Ice Received— A carload of ice arrived last week Saturday from Spirit Lake for the local creamery. Other Lnkota News. Mrs. George Heetland entertained the Presbyterian missionary society with Mrs. Minnie Heetland assistant hostess. Mrs. I. E. Wortman led devotions, Mrs. Will Ley and Mrs. Ernest Wortman led the book study, and Mrs. Julia Wortman led the mission study. Mra. George Mussman went to Sibley last week Sunday and visited her husband, returning home Tuesday. She reports he likes his work there and they expect to move later. Korse Ellman, who farmed last year, will move back to town in the spring and occupy his house now occupied by the William Turleys. Mrs. I, E. Wortman entertained at bridge last week Tuesday even- Ing, Faculty Will Stage Play— The faculty will present a three act comedy next Tuesday evening a the high school auditorium. Following Is the cast: Ma Robinson, Mrs. V. A. Barrett; Pa Robinson, Mr. Barrett; Mrs. Jennie Baldwin, Miss Nolan; Hazel Robinson, Miss Stranahan; Matt McAllister, Walter Miller; Bill McAllister, Mr. Lauritzen; Hollo Jenkins, Mr. Granner. A quartet consisting of Messrs. Granner, Johnson, Olson, and Barrett will furnish muwic between acts. Independents Play Three Games— The Independent baseball team won a game last week and lost two. Last week Monday Rake played here, and Ledyard won, 17-14. The following night the Independents played at East Chain, and lost, 3521. Last Thursday they lost again, 19-18, to Woden at' Woden in a close game, the score being tied till the last few 'minutes, when a double foul was called. Woden made a free throw, winning the game. Commercial Pupils Win Awards— Commercial awards in bookkeeping have been won by Elgar La Coeur, Walter Miller, and Melbourne Jones. Pupils who made 30-word For Service Get Ready for • • ' a New Season— Brighten up your last year's clothes. You will find our work satisfactory and our prices economical. WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 537 m^^m^g^^^^H^HI^B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^—"i^^^^^—^^^^^^-"»"^"" Wonderful ••••••••••••"•••i News!! Another Sale of Beautiful Silk Dresses at $6 Again Copies of $15 Models Thursday, Friday and Saturday ing. Mrs. Ed Burgeson, of near Emmetsburg, spent last Thursday with her daughter, Mrs. Melvin Norland. The Willing Workers will be entertained by Lavonne Madden Saturday. Paul.Crowley, son of Mr, and Mrs. Joe Crowley, has been 111 with diabetes. Mrs. Chris Nielsen has be'en bedfast, suffering from flu. I Whittemore [ Ledyard The Rev, Mr. Steck conducted a confirmation class at Ella Gelhaus's last Thursday. The Ace Warners were Sunday guests at the Nemmers home at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Peterson, of Sanborn, visited the Cecil Petersons Sunday. The <3eorge Thompsons were Sunday guesta at Ralph Olson's. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bebrends, Lakota. visited here last Thursday. John Prew was at Albert Lea last week Wednesday. Last week Monday Mr. and Mrs, T.' F. McGovern, Clear Lake, a widely known former Whittemore couple, visited relatives and old friends here. D. W. Ault 'went to Fort Dodge last week Tuesday to attend a Farmers Grain Dealers .convention There was also a meeting of the elevator managers. Mrs. Leo Elbert and her son Jerry spent last Thursday with the former's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Hansen, Fenton. 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