Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 11, 1932
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• mi® J "i'>> ' 11.16&2. KOBStTM COUNTY ADVANCE, ALddNA. IOWA Replacement Service . . . Youf broken door and windshield glass replaced [while yotiKMt, , , ^shatter windshield glass for Model A Ford, Installed .-—.-,—i— 95.00 JOE GREEN BERG PHONE 118 ANOTHER STEP AHEAD i ' *" i ' f ' • • . RCA Victor Automobile Radio NOT FIRST TO INTRODUCE A CAR RADIO First to manufacture a practical car radio, a ra- Idio that'does not fade, plenty of volume, 9-tube super-. Iheterodyne, Including automatic volume control, au- Itomatic B,Battery current control—if you forget to Iswltch oVfthe'RCA Victor car radio no B Battery cur- jrent is consumed. I First to use antenna plate for aerial fastens to frame I of car, no unsightly wires in roof, easily installed. [First to design tubes that make a car radio practical, I have, more power,'are very rugged to withstand car [shock. • • ! Complete With Tubes and Batteries $81.50 Holecek Radio & Music Shop PHONE 371 ALGONA TEAMS TIE FOR SECOND TIME AT BANCROFT Bancroft, Feb. 9—Bancroft high school's boys and girls' teams went to Thompson Friday evening and played Thompson high. The Bancroft boys lost 33-5, and the girls' game was tied, 31-31. The. girls' game was very exciting. Thompson wns ahead at the first quarter and Bancroft was ahead at the half. When Thompson played here several weeks ago the girls' game was also tied 26 to 26. Florence Peterson was high point girl for Bancroft. Bancroft has tied both games with Thompson, lost two to Seneca and won all the other games. After the games at Thompson the teams were entertained at the P. H. Peterson home In Thompson by Myrtle and Florence Peterson. The Petersons formerly lived here, and Florence was a student of our school and a member of the basketball team. Season's C. 0. F. Parties Closed— AC. O. F. card'party and dance was , well attended last week Wednesday evening. Regina Berens and'-F.' J. Welp ^-oh pr ; lzes"';at bridge, and Mrs. J. W. Schlltz and Charles Lappe at 500. "Bill" Randeau and his one-man band, Minneapolis, played for the dance. The last of the card parties and dances was held this week Monday evening, and Kelly's Kellodlans, Brltt, furnished the music. PAGE City an to be Wed In Triple Ceremony Swea City, Feb. 9—Burdette Anderson and Jennie Lubben will he married In a triple ceremony this Thursday. The wedding Is unique, as the three Lubben sisters are to be married at the same time. Jennie Is to marry Burdette Anderson, Jeanette xvlll wed Amos Wetnpin, of Buffalo Center, and Sena Mae will marry Erwin Miller, of Elgin. The weddings will, take place In the Baptist church In Buffalo Center at 11 o'clock Thursday morning. Burdette was born and raised in Swea City, graduated from the Swea high school, .and took business training in a Minneapolis business college. He worked for the northern lumber company here till a year ago, when he obtained a position as bookkeeper In the Northern Lumber company office in Forest City. His bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Lubben, who live on a farm between Forest City and Buffalo Center. They will live with his parents in Forest City for the present. 'Declam' Winners Chosen— The high school declamatory ellm- weck each class to be drilled for the final contests. In oratorical Everett Kulander . will give, The Indians; Thomas Miller, Tousslant L'Ouver- ture; and Harry Montgomery, Personal Liberty; In dramatics _— Lois James, His Folks; Darlene 'Kesler, The Swan Song; Jeanette Wilson, The Greatest Gift; in humorous T— Frances Kuchynka, Let Brotherly Love Continue; Lucille Peterson, Little Mabel and Her Big Brother; at the Inatlon contest was held last arid three vtare 'chosen 'from Albert Schlltzcs Wed 2» Years- Mr, and Mrs.. Albert Schlltz were surprised Friday evening when 25 friends came to help celebrate their j A rlotte""skromme, TlbeTta twenty-third wedding anniversary. jj eac i, Five hundred was played and Mr. and "Mrs. Louis Duddlng won the high scores. Mrs. Joseph Thilges and William Gosche got the low prizes. Most Beautiful Ranges Built— We have-added to our lines of Ranges the popular Glo-Maid Steel Maid and Sentinel Ranges and have them on display at this time, and will be pleased to show them to you. We believe them to be the most beautiful,Ranges ever built, as well as efficient and lasting. ' They have a great many new features, and an entirely new design—first class 1932 models and priced from • 75-00 And up to $125 We have them in different colors and designs. If you are planning on a new Range you will not make any'mistake in looking these over and have yours put aside for March 1st delivery. Nelson Hardware PHONE 274 ALGONA, IOWA to the music contest last Thursday hight. Each chorus received first plftce in their class. Swea is in Class B. Esthervllle won first place in quartette and chorus In Class A. Dolllver won first place In violin solo and vocal solo. These winners will go to Algona February 15 to compete in the district contest. Cardinal* Defeat. Mints 39-38— The Cardinals won from Gilkerson's Giants here last week Monday In a hard' fought game, 89-38. It was a rough and tumble game, and ho- doubt the last one the boys will play with the colored team, having played them four games, winning three. The high school boys played two games last week, one with Bode there Friday and at Buffalo Center Saturday, Winning both.' Pearson to Rebuild Store—Oscar Pearson states he had 'made satisfactory settlement with an insurance company, and has begun to salvage as much as possible from the basement. He has rented" the rooms south of the Herald office, where he will sell the goods. .He plans to repair 'the buildipg ' and open a new -store as soon as possible. His $4,000. net loss is estimated at Mother of Mrs. Beckner Passes— Mrs. Blanch Beckner and daughter Grace returned- from Webster City last week Wednesday evening after attending the funeral of Mrs. Beckner's mother, Mrs. M. J. Knoll. Mrs. Becker is* manager of the local telephone office, and Grace is long- distance operator. Mrs. Saiinders Loses Brother— Mrs. M. A. Saunders and her son Russell returned last week Wednesday from Nevada, where they -attended the funeral of Mrs. Saunders' brother, J. A. Hasklns, who died following an operation. They also visited Mrs. W. J. Welp, daughter of Mrs. Saunders, at Fort Dodge. Pay $50 to 'Fire • Company— At the regular council monthly meeting $50 was voted to the Blue Earth fire company for assistance In putting out the fire In the Pehrson building last week. The five- year contract for pumping with the nterstate Power company expired, upt. Joe Weurth was present, but he council made no disposition of his matter at this time, deciding to vait till after spring election. There s, however, no dissatisfaction and he council feel the rate fair, cost- ng about $1 a day for pumping. loth Choruses Win Firsts—The Methodist church sent senior and junior choruses to Esthervllle Anton Schneider 42; Party— A party was given at the Anton Schneider's Friday eyennig in honor of his 42nd birthday. Five hundred was played at six tables, and John Schneider Jr., Burt, and Rita Diers won the high scores, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Lappe the low. The elder Mr. Schneider runs a cream station here. Rosalez Infant Falls to Lire- Manuel. Rosalez, 3-day-old son ol Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rosalez, dice last week Wednesday morning,, and is buried that afternoon in St John's cemetery, after short fuhera: services at St. John's Catholic church. New Styles in Furiiiture New Patterns in Rugs New Low Prices 9x12 Axmlnster Bug $23.50 9x12 Velvet Rug $26.50 9x12 Wilton Velvet Bug $49.50 9x12 Pelt Base Rug $4.50 12 Patterni and $5.50 Gold Seal Rug* Dining Room Living Room and Bedroom Suites Priced much lower tha.n you would expect to find them. , have for done so. March I delivery., Furniture Store, Algona, Iowa St. John's Defeats Seneca— St. John's boys defeated last Thursday croft took an Seneca evening, 27-10. Ban- early lead, and the score was 19-2 at the half. Devine and Becker were high point men for Bancroft. St. John's second team lost to Seneca, 10-3. Seneca Loses to Local H. S.— Bancroft high school boys won from Seneca on the local floor last week Tuesday evening, 15-10. Jo hanneson was high point man for Bancroft. Bancroft girls lost, 17-13 Other Bancroft News. Cards were played at 20 tables a St. John's auditorium Sunday even ing and the prizes in bridge were 'won by Mrs. Hugh Lattimer and F J. Welp; Ambrita Schiltz and Am' brose Vaske won In 500. The dooi prize was drawn by P. J. Schlltz This was the last of a series of card parties given ,by the young ladies o St. John's Parish. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Becker, Mi-, anc Mrs. Marion Johnson and ' Edward Becker, of Mason City, spent the week-end at the Mrs. Josephine Becker and A. H, Foth homes. Mrs Johnson, Fred and Ed Becker • an< Mrs. Foth are children of Mrs, Jose phine Becker, Jos.' Sandschulte got home Mon day from Loretto, Tenn,, where h had spent twp weeks with his broth er William. Their sister, Mrs. Ellz abeth Dlshler, Rock Valley, accom panied Joseph. Mr. Sandschulte 1 manager of the men's department a Kennedy's, Mr, and Mrs. Matt Kramer enter tallied'at'four tables of 500 las Thursday v evenlng. Mrs. ' N. ' B Schiltz and ;Peter Kramer won th 1 high scores,/, and . Jos. Rahe the cu prize. Lunc^ was served... Mr, and Mrs, A, W. Kennedy lef Mqnday morning for Minneapolis and Will spend the week there buy Ing for the store. Florence Brick son, of St, Benedict, is staying wjtl the Kennedy children. Harold and Wilfred Mescher, o Dyersville, and Leonard Summers pf New Vienna, returned Tuesda after a few weeks visit at the. F. H Mescher and Clen Piers homes, Mr. and Mrs, L. J. Nemmers ar parents of a boy, born Saturda; morning. They now have two boy and twp girls. Mrs. Nemmers wa Hilda Becker. Mr. and Mrs. George Nessel am Lp'ulse Garry, of Carroll, spent Sun day at the Thomas Garry home Mrs. "Nessel and Louise are sister of Mr. Garry. Velma Dyer, Junior at St. John high, entertained 13 friends at he home Friday evening. Emily Wei; and Mpnica Baker won prises. . Mr. and Mrs.' A. H. FPth attendee a bridge party" at Neil Whitehurst' in Burt Saturday evening. Mrs. Herman. Erlckaon, of Benedict, 1$ voting her daughter Mrs. Joe Shea. ^ Mike Hoffman returned fro.m Hos pere Tuesday, after visiting his Bother. , jkmttet .JferiOTW** Other Swea City. Mrs. W. O. Nelson entertained the Baptist Guild Friday. Mrs. S. P. Eckholm read a paper on, Our Responsibility to Our Sons. Several other women gave talks on training of boys. Neva Anderson and Harriett Poole sang a duet. About 75 women were present. Mrs. T. F. Mitchell and Mrs. Whitlow entertained the Methodist Aid last week Wednesday. Mrs. J. L. Vaux led the bible study, Finding Our Life Work. About 100 women were present at the afternoon meeting. and 20 men came for supper. Mrs. James Elder and daughter Irene are both ill in beds with bronchial pneumonia. Mrs. Hutchinson is the nurse. Dr. Reek is treating them, ' Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Carlson and daughter Jane were week-end visitors In Minneapolis. Night • school was postponed last week Monday because of bad roads and cold weather. Airs. Mary Moats is able to be about again after ten days illness. WHITTEMORE GIRL MARRIED FEBRUARY 2 Whittemore, Feb. 9—At St. Paul's Lutheran church last week Tuesday afternoon took place the mar- •iage of Frieda Meyer, Whittemore, to Edwin Lieb, Lotts Creek, the Rev . Wm. Faulstich officiating. Edna Dau was bridesmaid and Hugo Meyer groomsman. _ The 'bride, dressed in white satin, wore a veil held in place by a band of pearls and rhlnestones. She carried a shower bouquet of Talisman roses and sweet peas. The bridesmaid wore 'green flat crepe and carried a bouquet of carnations. Marie Faulstich and Alvin Meyer were flower girl and flower boy, respectively, the little girl wearing white ruffled organdy and the boy a white sailor suit. Following the ceremony a reception was given at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William M e y er - east ot Whittemore, and dinner was served to 135 persons at 5 o'clock. Assisting in preparation of the dinner were aunts of the bride, and table waitresses were Linda Roeber, Laura Bell, and Edna Schultz (at the bride's table), Ruth Schultz, Lydia Meyer, Lillian Heidenwith, and Rosella Voight. Mrs Lieb was born in this community and her husband, son of Mr. and Mrs. A4am Lieb, was born in Lotts Creek. They will live on the Lieb farm in Lotts Creek. Fenton Teams are Defeated— The Fenton basketball teams played here Friday evening against the public school teams, and both local teams won, the girls S7-12, though one of their regular forwards, Alvera Behnke, was out of the game, sick. "Lillian Heldemvith took . her place, and June Wehrspann played in Lillian's position as guard. The boys' score was 27-18. Lester Qulnn, star player, 'was out of the game and Albert Voight took his place. Lu Verne will play here this week Friday evening. The local girls won from Lu Verne the last time, 24-18, and the local boys also won, 19-17, . , ' B. B. Teams Win and lose— The Presentation academy basketball teams played Wesley on the local floor last week Tuesday eyening, andHhe local girls were defeated, PIONEER SETTLER, FRED WEGENER, OF WHITTEMORE, DIES Whittemore, Feb. 9—Fred Wegener died at his* home last week Monday evening at 9 o'clock, following an'illness of a few days with influenza. He had not been in good health for two years, but had been up and about till a few days before his death. He was a Palo Alto county pioneer, but had lived here 31 years. Mr. Wegener, who was born in Germany February 9, 1847, came to America in 1867, settling in Black Hawk county, Iowa. He was married there March 8, 1870, to Caroline Nottger, who died last June. The same year they came to Algona, but after a year there moved to a farm northwest of Whittemore. In 1874, however, the grasshopper plague caused them to abandon their claim, and they moved back to Black Hawk county. In 1878 they returned to the farm, and in 1901 moved to Whittemore, While they were on the farm Mr. Wegener worked at carpenter work, at surveying, and odd jobs. He served on the board of supervisors In Palo Alto county and for many years was treasurer of the Whittemore independent school district. He was one of the leaders in the local Lutheran church and served as treasurer many years. He was also connected with the now defunct Whittemore State bank .many years. Mr. Wegener is survived 'by three sons and two daughters: John Wegener, Fairfield township, Palo Alto county; Henry, of Algona; Louis H., Chicago; Mrs. Edw. Greinert and Mrs. C. M. Frink, both of Fair- LEDYARD B,B, SENIORS WIN FROMLAKOTA Ledyard, Feb. 9 — The senior high basketball boys played at L/akota last week Tuesday evening and won, 29-14. Friday the Lone Rock boys and girls played here and won both games. The girls' game was anybody's game to the last, first one team leading, then the other. The final score was 16-15. The boys' game was tied 10-10 at the half, but Lone Rock outscored Ledyard In the last half, winning 25-17. Gable scored eight points; Barnes, five; and Klinkalek, four, for Ledyard. Newbroughi and R. Gross each scored eight" points for Lone Rock; H. Gross, five'; and Schmidt, four. Senior 'Declam' Is Held— The annual senior high school declamatory contest was held last Thursday evening, with Supt. Smith, Buffalo- Center, and two assistants, Vera, "McElroy : and Anna" M. Ball, 'as judges. In the oratorical division Kenneth Thompson won first, Alvin Depping second, Ttlmer Halvorson third. In dramatics Lydla Logemann was first, Marjorie Matzener second, Lillian Sanders third. In the humorous division James Logan was first, Eleanor Sanders second, and Frieda Schadendorf third. The pupils taking firsts .will represent Ledyard In a sub-district contest soon. Seniors Have Photos Taken — Last week Tuesday the seniors and Mr. Laurltzen were at ,the Algona Art Studio and had pictures taken. The group was entertained at a movie matinee in the afternoon while waiting for the proofs. There are 12 seniors: Walter Miller, Alice Moulton, Alice Weaver, Pearl Wirtr jes, Roland Gabel, Wilbur Hasse- brack, Elgar LaCoeur, Bertha Nitz, Elmer Junkermeier, Elmer Zlelske Melbourne Jones, and Jerry Barnes Drugstore Manager Is "Vacating" — Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Underkofler, Brltt, were here Sunday, and brought a clerk from the Arndorfer drug store there to take charge of the store here while the manager, Cecil Peterson, with his wife, takes a week's vacation at Cecil's home at Sanbo'n, Evangelism Campaign Planned — An official Methodist board meeting was held at George Thompson's last week Tuesday evening. The Rev. Mr. Johnson presented a plan of visitation evangelism. All supporters of the church will be called on. STRANGE, BUT TRUE! LIBEWV BELL ; . ORJGINALLV WAS THE * PENNSYLVANIA STATE-HOUSE BELL- NOT UNTIL FIFTY ,N!NE YEARS AFTER RINGING JOUT THE TIDINGS OF .INDEPENDENCE. DID IT /CRACK. (JULY 8.1835). Modest or Pretentious Financial circumstances may govern funeral expenditures. Our equipment enables us to handle any kind of a funeral from the humblest to the most expensive. In any case our charges will be at standard rates for the service and materials furnished and regardless of the amount expended you will receive skillful and courteous service. Laird & McCullough FIWERAL DIRECTORS WE FURNISH NATIONAL CASKETS i • i , i - F. B. Meets Tomorrow A Joint meeting of the Farm Bureau will be held at Richard Zielske's this week Friday. This will be an all-day meeting,' with a covered- dish luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. George Winter have charge of the prograin. field township, grandchildren and children. Funeral services There are 20 15 great-grand- were held last 23-14, 36-18. while the local boys . won, Hospital Patient Goes Home- Gene Schoonhoven was taken home last week .Tuesday. from the McCreery hpspital, : where he recently had an. operation. Other Whittemore News. Alvin and Jphn Keepers, Eugene, Ore.', arrived recently, and will take charge of the Keepers farm In Fairfield township; Palo Alto county, as soon as the Joseph Kajewskis mpve to Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Grpver Reed, on "the George Yeager farm, north 6f Whittemore, were at Iowa City recently, and Mrs. Reed had an operatipn at university, hpspita). Albert Meye.r, whp had, been at a Veterans' hospital at Kansas City three months, following an operation, is at home again. , Mrs. Kathryn Meyer and Beverly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Har.r sen, has been confined to bed with the flu. James Foley Jr., Omaha, spent a few days last weak ^Itb h<s mother, Jamesi ' Foley, eojtthwest of Cecil BJustrpm has been side abed with pneumonia at the it^mlly home, northeast Of ' Thursday afternoon at St. Paul's Lutheran""church, the Rev. William Faulstlch, pastor, officiating. Pallbearers were Walter Wegener, Clarence and Elmer and Louis Greinert, and Fred and Erwin Frink. 'Among out-of-town persons who attended were John Tegtmeyer, Mrs. Otto Meyer, Mrs. Fred Nottger, son Alvin, and Mrs. Peter Jacob,, all of Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Lou-is H. Wegener, Chicago; and Mr. and Mrs. William Wegener, Clinton. Mrs, Wegener's brother-in-law, nand Heise, died at Easton, a few .days before. Ferdi- Minn., SUPERINTENDENT ACCUSED OF INFLUENCING TEACHERS A strange criminal case went to trial before Judge F. C. Davidson in district court , at week Wednesday. • Esther.vllle last The defendant, . L. E. Church, schopls superintendent at Haifa, was accused of influencing twp of his teachers under 21 years old to vote in a school election. Algpnian Honored, Grinnell, Feb. 9— Doris Long, of Algo'na, junior at Gunnel! college, has been initiated as a member pf the local chapter of National Collegiate Players. Miss Long and the two other pledges were entertained at dinner in the women's quadrangle by the organization. Tp 'secure membership in the 9bapter, candidates have t.o satisfy requirements in dramatic work. •Mrs. Jorgrenson to Florida— Mrs. P. C. Jorgenspn and her son Gordon left last week Wednesday for an extended visit with a brother of the former in Florida. They stopped at« Chicago to visit the daughter, Alberta. . Injured Youth Receives Callers- Miss Wylam, Dale and Leroy Sell fert, Glenn Dyer, Otto and Everett •Swalve, and Robert Swift went out to Martin Berhow'a Sunday to see Caryl Berhow, who brpke a leg two weeks ago. Choir Practices for Contest— : Slxteen• choir members enjoyed, a covered-dish dinner at the church Sunday and practiced numbers for a Methodist church choir contest this week Friday evening at Buffalo Center. Basil Jackson Babe Home— Mrs. Johnson, nurse at Iowa City, brought the Basil Jackson baby home last Thursday. The little one is doing as well as can be expected. Hunches Here from Bart— The William Busch family, Burt, moved into the John Swalve house last Thursday. Gus Anderson had redecorated it. Confirmation Class Conducted— The Rev. Mr. Steck, Fairmont, conducted a German Evangelical confirmation class at • 'William Green's last week Wednesday. Farewell for Mrs. Edw, Campbell—* Twenty-five women surprised Mrs. Edward Campbell last Thursday in a farewell party. The Campbells will soon move near Seneca. Mrs. J. T. Welfare Has Birthday- Thirty relatives surprised Mrs. J. T. Welfare In honor of a, birthday last week Tuesday evening. Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. lauritzen, their son, and Winnifred attended a reunion of Mrs. Laurltzen's people at Lloyd Pool's, near Algona, Sunday. .' . • Mrs. Roy Link has* been sick with the flu and under the care of Doctor Sommers, Elmpre. Grandma Nlester is confined to her bed with a cold and heart trouble; Mr. and'Mrs. Henry Blome, of Illinois, arrived last week Tuesday to visit relatives. Mr. Blome has charge of a construction crew. 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