Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 3, 1932 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO ~~ Des Moines Matron and Babe ! « , • ' ''•• ' ••"* vflnffrmttft COUPLE WED FEBRUARY 24 Whittemore, Mar. 1 — Last week Wednesday at 2 p. m. at St. Paul's Lutheran church took place the marriage of Edna Dau to Hugo Meyer, the Rev. William Faulstich performing the ceremony. Attendants were Leonard, brother of the bridegroom, and Linda, sister of the torlde.' Following- the ceremony a reception for relatives only took place at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. W. F. Dau, south of Whittemore, and dinner wns served at B p. m. Hugo Meyer Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer. The people will have the Chris Meyer farm in Lotts Creek this season. School Program Is Planned— The public school grades will give a play next week Tuesday evening. Six freshmen and sophomores will present a one-act comedy, The Necktie Hero, characters: Wesley Derrington, hero, Edwin Mallory; Dr. Chester Walters, nerve specialist, Leo Doegotch; Mrs. George Derrington, widow, mother of hero, wealthy conservative, Lydia Meyer; Eliza, aunt of hero, June Wehr- epann; Georglana Houston, pretty young guest of the Derringtons, Dorothy Heidenwith; Derrington inaid, Alvera Behnke. Farewell for the Knechts— Neighbors and friends gathered at Theodore Knecht's, Sunday evening tor a farewell party. After games a midnight lunch brought by the guests wa e served. The Knechts are moving to the A. A. Luchslnger (house in south Whittemore from the Frank Derner farm, east of town. The Herman Fandels have moved from the Luohsinger home to the old Haacker house. Fire Destroys Farm House— A house on the Hogan-Carmody farm, four miles north of Whittemore, burned down last week Tuesday evening. This Is the old Dau farm. Patrick Leonard and his son John are tenants, but neither was at home, and what started the fire is unknown. All household goods •were destroyed, but the loss was partly covered by insurance. Sister of Mrs. Folk Passes— Mrs. Peter Folk recently received word of the death ot a sister, Mrs. John Kline, Minonk, 111. She was S9, and had long had diabetes. Mrs. Volk did not hear of the death in time to attend the funeral. Mrs. Kline, who was survived by her husband, had no children. Help Win County Tourney— A Parkersburg girls' basketball team won a county tourney at Parkersburg Friday and Saturday. Geneva and Josephine Langerman, who play on the Parkersburg team, are former Whittemore girls. Kathryn Hagg, Whittemore, left Sunday to visit at Betty Langerman's. AGED QUILTS FEATURE FEST AT LU VERNE Lu Verne, Mar. i — A colonial party given last week Wednesday by the Presbyterian Aid was a decided success, both socially and financially. There were many entries for prizes, Including 43 quilts and like numbers of rugs, antiques, and baked goods. Mrs. Earl Hartley, Goldfield, was Judge, as D. A., could ierj ' And Violet ttmler"k ir,en«i l»tp»rtlnt Couplet The Good Will club entertained Friday night at the town nail In Honor of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Emery, who are moving to California, and Mrs. William Guy and John Smith, who are also Muriel Body, county not come. ' Mrs. J. L. Lichty won a year's families guests. of club members were There were games and a . U.CAtUU OlCKWSON AiUO SON % CP»UU,Ofi5. subscription to the Lu ; Verne News for the best-quilt, and Mrs. Grant Jennings won a like subscription to the Kossuth County Advance In a spelling contest. Among quilts was one owned by Editor Coleman's mother which had a piece from a Washington pledge used when John B. Gough was lecturing on prohibition, also a Garfield and Arthur campaign ribbon. The prize-winning antiqife was a German devotional book,, dated 1661, owned by Mrs. L. Lang. : ' ' • Many ; other antiques with Interesting . : hifltorles -were 'displayed.' Mrs. Marx Schwyter had a group of articles she brought from Switzerland. After supper a program consisting of readings and musical numbers was given, and an old-faahlon- ed spelling was conducted by Mrs. Robert Masterson. The Aid cleared more than $40 from the supper and the sale of baked goods. • Henderson Funeral It Held— Funeral services for Geo. C. Henderson were held last week Wednesday at the Methodist church In charge of the pastor, the Rev. William Baddeley. Mr. Henderson was born in Jackson county Iowa, Sep- ember 30, 1871, and at death on February 21 was past '60. When he was a boy, the family moved to a arm just west of Lu Verne, where continued to live till death. On March'27; 1899, he'married Jessie Grant. Six children survive: Mrs. Allen, Thompson, • Mrs. Irvin '. Barton, Mrs.. La .Verne- Jeff ers; •• 'Mrs. Ernest Olson, of Bode; Theodore, and Howard, at home. He had been a member of the local Methodist church more than 40 years. Three brothers, Grant, Lu Verne, Sherman, Fort Dodge, and Jesse, Seattle, also survive. then hear £UCm>3. ' j.ii'.M.w •• — — "- u 4 spelling contest, ahd.the rest of the evening was spenit at BOO. * Mrs. Albert 'Lau won the spelling contest, Emll Meyers to Missouri— Mrs. Emll Meyers, Ocheyedan, and her children spent last week and till this week Tuesday with the parental I. H. Benedicts, leaving for a new; home -on a farm Jackson, Mo., owned by Mr. Meyers' mother. Jackson is 160 miles south of St. Lo.uls, in Glrardeau county. Mr. Meyer bought a truck In which to move the household goods. He has two brothers near Jackson. Midnight lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. William Ramus, Mr. and Mrs; Arthur Ramus, and Mrs. John RamuB visited the Jacob Glf- fords,. near Burt, Sunday. Florence Ramus ..returned 'Friday., night, .from Mason City, where she had gone with the Lewis Petersons vlast week Sunday. Virginia Lansing, Bode, spent last week at the Arthur Ramus home. Wins In neclamstflry Contest- Helen Kuebler won first In dramatics at an Inter-high school declamatory contest last week Wednesday night at Wesley. Her selection was Fear God and Take Your Own Part. Two other local contestants failed to place. INTERESTING PICTURE of Mrs. L. Call Dickinson, Des Moines, appeared recently in the Sunday Register. The baby is the grandson of Senator and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson. The mother is an eastern girl, reared in North Carolina, but her parents now live in Washington, at Des Moines. Call Dickinson is practicing law Viola linlg-einnn Home; Sick— Viola Balgeman, student nurse in a Chicago hospital arrived last week Tuesday to visit her parents, Supervisor and Mrs. F. .1. Balgeman. She had been sick with flu, and hadn't recovered from the effects. She will be 'here till she is again able to resume her duties. Merita Jennings 14; Party— Geneva Walters attended a birthday dinner last week Wednesday evening for Merna Jennings, 14. After supper Dorothy Schmidt, «ousin of Merna, and the Sumner Parsons family, of Algona, helped Jier celebrate. Attends Correspondents' Meeting— Eileen O'Brien was at Fort Dodge a, day last week, attending a meeting of Messenger correspondents. One of the men who addressed them "was Dr. F. B. McTigue, formerly Kmmetsburg. Academy Loses In Tourney— The Presentation academy boys' basketball team lost to the Sacred Heart team, Fort Dodge, in an opening game last week Wednesday In a tournament for Catholic •schools. Card Party at Montng's— There was a card party Friday evening at Tom Montag's. Mrs. Leo Elbert and Andrew Elbert won high, Imcile and Hubert O'Brien, low. lottn Creek Woman Sick— Mrs. August Walter, Lotts Creek, Is seriously sick with heart trouble. F, B, MEETING AT IRVINGTON ATTRACTS 50 Irvington, Mar. 1 — An all-day meeting of the Irvington Farm Bureau was held at Charles Egel's Friday and 50 adults and children attended. After dinner a program arranged by H. D. Hutchins was given which pupils of Elsie Egel's and Pauline Black's schools had important parts. The program follows: duet The Spanish Guitar, Ira • and .Tames Hudson; recitation, When Ma is Sick, Le Roy Scheppman; recitation, My Dollar Watch, Lewis Scheppman; dialog, Boyhood Ambition, Jos. Lage and Roland Thornton; solo, Washington's Birthday Robert Geigel; recitation, Like Mother Used to Make, Martha Ol sen; dialog, Getting Office Help Garel and Gale Leeks; violin Charles Egel; Bettering Home Gar dens, Mrs. A. J. Keen; Summary of Work Completed at the Last Woman's Training School, Mrs. Carl Hutchins. An interesting discussion took place on taxation, in which Hugh Raney and Mr. Hutchins were the main speakers, and many others expressed opinions. At a later meeting the rural school question will be discussed. n apartment in Chicago to Lom- arcl suburb; population 7,000. They xre located in a roomy bungalow and boast both a front yard and a good-sized garden plot. Dinner Honor* Visitors Hei Twenty relatives were entertained at 6 o'clock dinner at I. H. Benedict's Monday evening in honor of Mrs. Emil Meyer and her children. The evening was spent at games and music. ••. Dinner Honors Stenssy Guests— ' The' >E)lw., Steussys, Mankato, and Mrs. .Elfeabeth,. Marso, ^Llvermore, hum of Mrs. Cox Dies- Mrs. J. M. Cox has received word of the death of a girlhood chum, Mrs. B. G. Clark, Kenney, 111. Mrs. Clark had the flu, which developed nto pneumonia. Other Jr. rington News. Mrs. Charles Winandy, Chicago, who had been at John Simon's during her mother's illness, went home a week ago Sunday night. Mrs. John Winandy, sister of Mrs. Simon, is now at the Simon home. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Grobe and the Henry Lofings, Mason City, were Sunday guests at A. McLean's. Mrs. Lofing and her daughter Jeanne remained for several days. The Aid meeting scheduled for last Thursday was postponed till this week Thursday afternoon. Mesdames Samuel Reaper a'nd V. J. Schichtl will be hostesses. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on The Unchanging Christ. The text was "Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, today, and forever," Hebrews, 13-8. The Embroider club will meet next week Wednesday with Mrs. Morris Parsons; Mrs. Ralph Lee, lostess. Mrs. Charles Deibler spent several days laet week at Charles Egel's. It is reported that G. C. Stewart is suffering with pink-eye. FARM HOME NEAR LOTTS CREEK IS BURNED TO GROUND were.^ueets of ,tionor.-at dinnfef •»*„',-'''-"O„'**»!» AA1 ' C!+ Aiioa^r'a GiiTlHaV H Lotts Creek, Mar. 1—Fire of unknown origin destroyed • the farm house on the Thomas Carmody farm early Wednesday morning. „ The 'house was burned to the ground, and none of the furnishings saved. There was no one home at the time, and the cause has not been determined. The farm was tenanted by Pat Leonard and sons. Mrs. Leonard, who Is ill, was staying with relatives near Hobarton, where Mr. Leonard and the boys were visiting at the time. Washington Bicentennial Observed— The Woman's Progressive club met Friday at Mrs. Agard's. Twelve members responded with incidents in the life of U. S. presidents; Mrs Martha Spooner read a paper on the Boyhood and Touth of Wash ington, and Laura Engel one on Washington as a leader. Mrs. Harold Phillips gave a reading, and Mrs. Jas. Christensen a description of the city of Washington. In the absence of the president, Mrs. F. I. Chapman conducted a business meeting. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Agard, assisted by Mrs. H. Phillips and Miss Engel. Editor Coleman's mother was a guest. at Mrs. Samuel' Steussy's Sunday. They had just returned from a 'trip to California. ' • Lonls Wolf 18; Surprise— 'Fifty young people surprised Louis Wolf last week Wednesday, the occasion being his 18th birthday. The evening was spent at "500." The guests took refreshments. hfle been a riulet month at the store. Dp to last'Friday It has been mush and milk three times a tky at ouf house. t Friday, FebVuary ,26, business- began to pick up, and Saturday we had ft whale of a fcale. Trade WHS more like old times, M we, had a very nice pot roast for Sunday dinner. . • 'if this sale keeps Up the way It Started maybe we can have chicken for dinner next Sunday. I like a busv store. I like to see'things move. I like to hear the cash register ring- I like to wait on people that want to buy goods. I will go the limit to please people that are In earnest and know what they want when they see It.' '• People that can't decldl what they want are n nuisance In a small profit store on a buey Saturday. We have an Immeijae stock on .hand right now. Ninety foot building crammed Jammed full upstairs and down cellar. N , , * , All bought at the new low price level! All good standard merchandise and at prices below any other store In the State of Iowa. ," We, have a system' |of our own .quick sales and small profits.' I' ani after volume. Any'little per cent of prftflt wlll'dblf^oUf'can sell lots of thehi. We have to sell three pairs of slippers while the average store Is Wiling one: With our Immenee stock and the splendid variety of new patterns now on hand, If a clerk can not sell a pair of slippers In ten to 16 minutes I figure there Is something wrong with the clerk or the customer and I proceed to get rid of one or the other of them. If all merchant* would sell at small profits and more people realize that time Is money there would be no depression. > . Everything must come down to the level of farm prices, and the only way to- get them down U to cut the selling expenses. ' Sell more goods, sell them faster and at less profit, Neville's Shoe Store 'THE DEPRE^SIO^KILLER, (ALGONA, IOWA. Help Fill Car of Grain- Corn and .oats were collected last week-end and taken to Lone Rock, from where it is to be cent to the South Dakota drought stricken area. The Lotts Creek committee Follows Husband to Grave— Mrs. George Henderson died Sunday afternoon, just a week after the death of her husband. Bedfast since April with diabetes and complications, she was 57, and besides six children leaves two sisters, Mrs. Peter Thompson, and Mrs. Frank Chambers, both of Lu Verne., a three brothers, U. S. Grant and Ernest Grant, both of Lu Verne, anc Bert Grant, Emmetsburg. Funera 1 services will be held this week Wednesday at 2:15 p. m., the Rev William Baddeley, Methodist pastor, officiating. Mrs. Henderson was a lifelong Methodist. IShe is the mother ivho lives in town. of Mrs. Heller, Sectional Tourney for Girls— A-jjIrls" sectional basketball tournament in which Whlttemoro will Training 1 Schools are Held— A woman's Farm Bureau training school was held last Thursday at Mrs. Hugh Raney's. Block printing was studied, six co-operators attending. The next school will be held this week Wednesday at Mrs. Harry Seeley'e, and lesson No. 5 on applied design will be studied. There will be a check-lap of reports of project work, and Achievement day posters will be planned. This wil be an all-day meeting, and women attending are to take a covered-disl and sandwiches. lake part will lie Bend March 11-12. held iit West Dray 'Line Started— H. 10. Frost started a dray line Monday. J. V, KIbert and son opor- «.te the dray line. Will Move WJlliam Denver— Walsh will leave shortly for Denver, make his home. where ho will consisted of Nick Gengler, Radig and Herman Hintz. Alex Independent Girls Win Twice— Daughter for Virgil Zwolfcls— Announcement was made Sunday of the birth of a daughter to Mr, and Mrs. Virgil Zweifel on Washington's birthday last week Monday. Hetty Mue Miller Celebrates— Mrs. O. L. Miller gave a party honor of her daughter Betty Mao't> ninth birthday at Russell Fry's, Irv ington, Friday afternooji. All th younger girls of the local schoo were guests, and guests from Algona were Elizabeth Anne Skilling and Barbara Harvey. After games, birthday gifts were passed around for inspection and ico cream and cake were served. Other Whittemore News. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Elbert returned la.st Thursday from Pcoria, 111., where they had spent most of the winter with their daughter, Mrs. William Hluga. The Klberts are visiting lociil relatives and friends for the time, being. The Arthur Heldenwiths have word that a boy was born February 25 to Mr. and Mrs. Erne.st Maahs, Nashua, Minn. Ernest formerly worked here. This is the first child. Mrs. Ignatius Ciappa, of Triumph, llinn., and two children spout the week-end at Frank Gappa's, en route to a new home at Vurina. The Arthur Heidenwiths spent Sunday at Henry Ivueck'n, of Lone Jtock. Mrs. Kucck and Mr. Heidenwith are sister and brother. Mrs. Bridget Quihn, Bancroft, and her son Jay spent Sunday here. The Albert Kisele.s' Blue Earth, were also here. The Maurice Mallorys are moving from the. old Grace Gobhart home to the Fred Wegener house. Oscar Polrot, who was eick two greeks, is again, working at a local .Mra. Tony Schmidt Jr. has been 3, week or so with the flu. Jlra. Oscar Weber and Frank per- b»ve been sick. Farewell for Five 1'uplls— Mary Wlldln, teacher In the Harry Sabin school, gave a farewell party at the schoolhouse Friday afternoon in honor of five pupils whose families are moving away: Anna Mae and Ella Harr, Ilene, Gerald, and Marvin Rochleau. Miss Wildin served ice cream and wafers. Sick Itoy Back hi School— Howard, small son of Mr. ami Mrs. Blanc-hard, west of Irvington, returned to school Monday, after an absence of several months because of illness. More than two years ago lie .suffered a rupture, which was renewed, last fall at school. Elevator In Annual Meet— The annual business meeting of the farmers elevator company was held last week Tuesday. All old directors except Henry Weber, who is leaving, were re-elected, and E. R. Mawdsley was elected to succeed •him. Kewlrweds are Visiting Here- Mr, and Mrs. Frank Brown, Judson, Minn., newlyweds, are spending several days at Allie Brown's. Frank Is a nephew of Allie and a. son t>f Mr. and, Mrs. Wilson Brown, formerly of this vicinity, now of Judsoji. CHILDREN HURT WHEN CAR &JRUCK CRASH Whittemore, Mar. 1—A car driven by G. C. Biggar, Wheatin, 111., skidded into a truck near the C. Meyer farm on No. 18 at noon last week Tuesday and was badly damaged. George Biggar Jr., 4, suffered a cut on the head and his sister, 6, was badly bruised. The Biggars were coming west and the truck going east. As the cars turned out to pass the rear ends collided. The truck was from Des Moines. The Biggars were taken to William Hanover's later to the McCreery 'hospital. They were ep route to Brookings, S. D., to attend a funeral. Mr. Biggar is connected with the Prairie Farmer, Chicago, and is program director for radio station AVLS, owned by the Prairie Farmer. A Kossuth county girl, Lois Schenck, formerly directed the station, but now edits a Farm and Household department and a junior page in the Prairie Farmer Boy Born Feb. 29. Whittemore, Mar. 1—A 7%-lb. was born Monday to Mr. and Mrs George Schultz, east of town. There is ono other child, also a boy. The baby liae been named Charles George, and will have a birthday only once in four years. Other Lotts Creek. The Robert Dreyer family moved back to their farm Saturday. The Hugo Mittags, who are moving to Fenton, had the farm last year. The John Schallins have moved on the Schallln farm just north of the Lotts Creek church. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb attended the wedding of Hugo Meyer and Edna Dau in the Whittemore Lutheran church last week Wednesday. Mr. Meyer is a brother of Mrs. Lieb. Little Verdell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettcher, visited from Sunday. till Wednesday with her grandmother, Mrs. Marie Mittag, n Fenton. Art Meyer was ill last week with a touch of pneumonia at W. H. Meyer's. Mrs, August Meyer, of Penton, his mother, is caring for nim. Mrs. Gretchen Heller, of Whittemore, is staying at the August Walter home and helping care for her mother, who is etill ill in bed. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Will had tonsilitis a few days the past week, but is reported improving. Minnie Scheppman, of Burt, helped her sister, Mrs. Ben Schmidt, who was eick with the flu, last week. The Roy Muellers, of Fenton, visited at Adam Lieb's last week Tuesday. Lenten services are being held every Wednesday evening at 7:30. The local independent girls' bas ketball team defeated the Green Peppers, Fort Dodge, in two game last week Wednesday and Thursday nights. Wednesday night's gam was played here, and the score wa 73-33. Murdette Agard refereed Thursday night the game waa a Fort Dodge, and the score was 3222. The local team consists of L11- C on s In of Mrs. Jennings Dies- Mrs. Grant Jennings received word Friday of the death of a cousin at Boone, and the family left Saturday to attend the funeral. Girls' Glee Club to Stag— The high school girls Glee club vlll sing at morning services at the resbyterian church next Sunday. Other Lu Vorne News. Ross Le Vier, Council Bluffs, Mrs, Wary Henderson, daughters Pearl ,nd Mrs. J. Snodgrass, and Charles Sorenson, all of Fort Dodge, and Bert Grant, Emmetsburg, attended the recent George Henderson funeral. Dr. and Mrs. Everett Schultz, of Pella, spent the week-end at the parental J. E. Schultz home. Mrs. G. [. Roorda and her daughter Edith accompanied them to visit Ange Roorda. ' Because of the illness of Mrs. Zuehl, of Le Mars, Professor Zuehl was unable to speak at the Evangelical church here Sunday. His present plan is to' come March 13. Mrs. Jesse Hill, Eagle Grove. spent last week Wednesday with her daughter, Mrs, Viola Krause. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Christensen, of Coulter, a daughter, visited relatives here.last Thursday. Mrs. A. L. Spooner returned Saturday from two weeks at Forest City and Mason City. J. L. Lichty attended a grocers' wholesale company meeting at Algona last Thursday. Clinton and Cortland Fuller, of Tulsa, Okla., visited the H. Von Draskas last week. Sea Food From far-away waters come the best of sea foods. Special low prices this week. Tlw Hoy Blythes have moved from Broilers for Sunday Dinner! Phone Long's 10 pounds of Cane Sugar : _._49c Swandown Pastry Flour , 26c 10 Bars Laundry Soap_»_ -29c Lewis Lye, 2 large cans . 25c 2 pkgs. Grape Nut Flakes (something new). .23$* Home-made Sausage, per pound lOc We Want Your Egg» • ^^^^F!^^ ^^^W^^^p ^^F Wff _ ^P/ ^H^ ^pflP flHr flP.wf ^Wr ^fQ* An Investment or a Lottery? Some claims that are being made today foi; clothing are so absurd that we wonder if any man believes them. The more yidicul- v ous these claims are, the more boldly they are shouted—but noise and big ads can't disguise cheap clothing made to sell at a cheap price. How can you be certain of getting your money's worth? How can you avoid the disappointment that crude, machine-made clothes always bring? Not by depending on the first appearance of the suit, for inferior materials and careless workmanship can be Concealed. Not by putting faith in the statements of irresponsible dealers. Rely on the reputation of any good clothing store that sells standard of excellence, the skill of craftsmanship, the dependability which you will expect to find in a good suit. This is your guarantee that a Zender & Caldwell suit today, at surprisingly low prices, will give you the service you expect. 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