Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 17, 1932 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 17, 1932
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£PfV h '* ^ ' ""^ ^ ? V ' r"f 7 V* SV j. ' v* v •> t THURSDAY and FRIDAY, MARCH 17 and 18 2 Matinees—2:30 and 4:15 Special Arrangement—St. Patrick's Day Too Wonderful for Words! GEORGE ARLISS "THE MAN WHO PLAYED GOD" SATURDAY, MARCH 19 Big Fun and Thrill Program! Jimmy Dunn—Ellssa Land! "SOB SISTER" (A Girl Newspaper Reporter) Frankie Dnrrow and Rin Tin Tin In "THE FIGHTING WARRIOR" and LAUREL and HARDY In "COME CLEAN" It's a Big Show SUNDAY, MONDAY, MARCH 20-21 1-3 O'clock Matinee—lOc and 30c WILL ROGERS in "BUSINESS AND PLEASURE" Now You Will Laugh! TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22-23 BUSTER KEATON "THE PASSIONATE PLUMBER" THURSDAY and FRIDAY JOE E. BROWN in "FIREMAN SAVE MY CHILD" Tltonka, Mar. 15.—The Carl *\ Cal* lies family, the Theodore Dunmlres, aijd Lole .Helfnef drove to toes Moines Friday night, returning Sunday. "Lois visited her slater, VIolA, who lives there, the CalHes family visited the parents of Mrs. Callles, and the Dunmlres visited filehds. PINEY WOODS SCHOOL ASKS IRVINDTON AID Irvlngton, March 15.—A plea recently came to this vicinity from Professor Ii. C. Jones .principal and founder of the Plney Woods school, Piney Woods, Mlse., in behalf of his school. Mr. Jones writes: "The faith of the old negro slaves from whose hearts emanated the weird, hopeful spirituals, was never greater than these 350 colored boys and girls, and teachers of both races, who are here Just.trusting In the Lord. We do not know where our next month's cornbread, rice arid beans will come from, but we know it will come. If It didn't come, there would be nothing for 350 people to do but get home the best way they could, and there face the same conditions they would the -high school auditorium Monday be leaving. But it won't happen; evening, and a program was given »'A Titonkians Flee in Des Moines Hotel iCH IN OF orrwEirs rt rn h ••• * - 41 table were Incited. The affair honored Mrs. Robert Ffsher.'of Philadelphia. Winiier* of prize* were Mrs. R. L. Krantz, Mrs. George Howe, Mrs. M. d. Schweppe, and Mrs. Harry Seed. The Woman's club wfts entertained last Thursday evening i,'Mrs. Jay While the CalHes family was 'at a Bu«Mong, hostess: The annual bual- hotfel, It caught fire and was burned i ness meeting was held, And qffleers In part. People in the building rushed were elected! MM. A. M. Peterson, down fire escapes, and one man,president; Mrs. «ay Budlong, vice badly frightened, was found .unconJ sclous In the building after everyone else was out/ No one was seriously hurt. The CalHes family was on the fifth floor and did not know of the fire till the building was in flames. Grades Give P. T. A. Program— A P. T. A. meting was held In BETTER FURNITURE MAKES BEHER HOMES We are showing all the latest fashions and styles in Furniture and Rugs at the New Low Prices for 1932. LIVING ROOM SUITES Priced at $39.50 t . $165.00 DINING ROOM SUITES Priced at $48.50 to $135.00 New shipment of Rugs Just Received Axminster Rugs, 9x12, at $19.75 Wilton Velvet Hugs, 9x12, at $49.50 Felt Base Bugs, 9x12, at $8.95 and np i Foster's Furniture Store the Lord will put it Into the heart and mind of you as you read this, or of somebody else, to send a dollar, $5, or $10, and we will carry on, still trusting irt the Lord." William Rntledge 80 Years Old- William Rutledge celebrated his eightieth birthday Saturday at his home here. Mr. and Mrs. Rutledge are the parents of. five girls, all of whom are. married and living in different parts of the country. They have lived on their 60 acre farm alone for many years, and are still doing their own work. Mr. Rutledge plans to farm this year the same as he has since he came from Grlnnell 30 years ago. For 26 years he and Mrs. Rutledge have lived on the eame farm just west of Irvington. The couple celebrated their fifty-fifth wedding anniversary Aug. 6, 1931. Mr. Rutledge Is a nephew of the famous Ann Rutledge, one time fiancee of Abraham Lincoln. Shocks Move to Texas — Mrs. Maurice, Shock and three children, who have been at the Jewell Patterson farm for several months,! returned to A'nies Monday. Household. goode.have been stored i,n Ames for some time; and Mrs. Shock has returned to make preparations for having them shipped to Texas, where the Shocks will make their future home. Mr. Sho<;k formerly was a husbandman at the Iowa". tSate college, but Is now an agent for the Schaffer Pen company. Mre. Shock is the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Patterson. Sylvia Curran Is Married — Sylvia, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Curran, Naytahwa'ush, Minn., and John McDougall, of International Falls, Minn., were recently married. Sylvia is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. 'Butterfield and last fall spent several months with her sister, Edith, who is attending school in Algona. Mr. McDougall is employed in a paper mill at International Falls, where they will make their home after a short honeymoon. Infantile Paralysis Feared — It is reported that Bernice, daughter of Mrs. McConnell, south of Irvington, is unable to walk or talk as the result of a serious illness with which she suffered several weeks ago. It was believed at first' that (Bernice had only suffered with a severe attack of influenza which left her unusually weak. However owing to her lack of power to walk or talk many now believe her to be president, -and Mrs. M. S. Craven, secretary-treasurer. A higH school- girls' Inter^class basketball tournament opened last week and continue* this week. Last week *« Wednesday afternoon the sophomores played the Juniors, and won, 10-8. The sophomores Will now play the winners 6f a freshman-sen* lor game. by the grades, as follows: Harmonica band, grade children; Bylo-land, first grade; movie, Dutch People, second grade; Dutch • dance,' third grade; pageant, fourth and fifth grades;'pageant,--seventh and eighth grades; dialog, sixth grade. There was also a business meeting. 14 Carloads Cattle Marketed— William Schram and Raymond Krantz shipped cattle to Chicago Saturday and accompanied them. There were 14 carloads of stock out of Titonka Saturday. Maxlne Peterson 11; Party— > , Maxine Peterson celebrated her llth birthday anniversary Sunday afternoon at James Breen's by entertaining little friends. No School Thursday-Friday A teachers' institute will' be held at Fort Dodge this week Thursday and Friday, and the local (schools will toe dismissed for the event. The Theodore Dunmlres the Carl F. CalHes family, and Lola, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. -L. C. Heifner, drove, to Des Moines Friday evening on A business mission, and Lois visited her sister, Viola, who.lives there. .'••. .-. The Robert Fishers, Philadelphia; who*had visited.relatives;here a. few, daye, left for St. 'Paul Saturday' to visit other relatives. The Roy Bud- longs entertained the Fishers at'dth- ner Friday evening. Seneca, March 16,-nR. I* Rogsmah, Seneca superintendent and coach, ha« named an "all"-opponent team, In making his choice, Mr. Rownmn writes: "In picking "all" teams thl* year, good forward* were more ptert tlful than players In the other posl tlons. However, after due consideration, I have picked the following players as the best who opposed Seneca this year. If you do not like these, you may pick your own. Forwards — Behnke, Whlttemore; Gaarde, N Armstrong; centers—Peterson, Bancroft; Peterson, Armstrong; guards—Howe, Bancroft; Meyer, Whlttemore. Honorable mention Is given the following: Forwards— Moulton, Ledyard; Stoddard, Lu Verne; Jacobseh, Oraettlnger; Hudson, Wesley; Marlow, lane Rock; centers—'Laurltzen, Rlngflted; Roeb- 'er, .Whlttemore; guards—Relmers, Fentxm; Llchty.Lu Verne* foblaV Anderion Taken lit- ;: Relatives; and friends of Tobias Anderson, one of Seneca's early pioneers, were alarmed last Thursday Other Tltonka News. The Roy Budlongs drove to Hampton . Saturday to visit Edith and Hazel Budlong, employed, there, returning that evening and bringing Edith with them for the . week-end with her mother, Mrs. Frances Budlong. Edith went back Sunday in her own car, which had been stored here all winter. ' Mrs. J. F. Fisher entertained her afternoon bridge club last week Tuesday and guests for an extra ,r * r,u* y »v C ,.,u B . ...... . , Mrs. H. A. French, Mrs. .Lee O. morning when he was found sick and • • • ' '• - _ •••_ •_ _^ •_«__! ___ _* 1.1.. i*n*wta Alrnmiirn t Wolfe, Mr. Ohris Brandt, and J. F.. Fieher served as delegates to the republican convention at Algona Saturday. .-. ', -,'.- . . : The. freshman 'girte played basketball against the seniors Monday afternoon, and the rest of the high school Was .excused. to : attend.' ' .' H. Rex. Austin and John Pannkuk, with the latter's son, drove toi Des Moines., one day last week to consult an eye specialist. .. . '"-.-. Mrs. William Peterson, Ross Buff Ington, .Maxlne Peterson, and Eil'mer Peterson, "have been, slcky with influenza. ''..'• . Supt. Hoon has been sick with In' fluenza, Mrs. H.' I. Torgerson •has< ^been-' 1 Conducting • clashes • at school, ' • •: ••'•'•'.-. Mrs. Esther , Asklns and her "son, Arthur, drove to Burt last Thursday afternoon to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Godden, Burt, were gueste at George Graham's Sunday afternoon. Mrs. M. S. Craven, who had visited relatives at Esthervllie, returned Friday. * . . the victim '.of 'infantile -paralysis. DRESS UP for EASTER- us Dry Clean and Press your Wearing Apparel HATS .' HATS .' Cleaned and deblocked—just like new PHONE 830 Elk Cleaners & Tailors We call for and deliver Former Burt Woman Ill- Airs; Clifford Schrader, Milwaukee Wis., writes that' Mrs. Albert Schrader, also of Milwaukee, recent ly suffered from a severe 111 spel and has been' removed to a hosplta for examination and a probable oper atibn. Mrs. Schrader has been in i health for several years. She for merly lived at Burt Mildred Armstrong Passes— Mildred, 20, daughter of Mr. an the courthouse at Algona April 15 at 9 o'clock to serve-as trial jurors. No School Election Fight— A school election was held Monday to fill the expired terms'of Pi,' J. Welp and Alfred Ditsworth. The election was quiet, only Mr. Welp and Mr. Ditsworth running. helpless at his home. . Although a doctor was summoned Immediately no particular ailment cduld be determined at that time. It has 'been necessary for someone to stay with the patient, for his feet are so swol len that he cannot walk. Farm Home Bnrni Down— '•The house oh the C. MJ Christenson term riorth of Seneca burned to the ground last Thursday morning: MOB of the household goods were saved The, Henry McGregdr family now lives on the place. Other Seneca News. Mildred Goetsch, daughter of .Mr and Mrs.;Geo.r,ge; Goetsch came horn Friday ft»F.'» week's visit. Mlldrec has been-attending the Capitol City Commercial" college. : . •>•'»' Mr. and Mrs. >Vilbur RIchmon and daughter, of Armstrong, spen •Sunday at the parental William Osborne home. ** SYattftfMNJd&kdtttt iWd^ittdfhieW glass replaced while yd« Walt v ' ' Non-shatter windshield glass for Model A Ford, installed M u—,..-»•..*.•...-- $5.0* JOE GREENBERG 118' For Your March Parties Candies AND FAVORS Remember—a box of Chocolates makes a sweet EASTER REMEMBRANCE The Algonquin For Easter Novelties and Fine Candies. 101 East State Street Algona, low* you one of the Advance's 3,000 SatUfied Subscribers? Mre. James Armstrong, was burie here Friday following funeral services at Burt, Mildred had been an invalid for many years, and died after an unusually severe attack of flu. j The Armstrongs were former Irving- i tonians. F. B. Training Lessons Given— •Several women met at Fred Gelgel's last Thursday for several lessons given by co-operators of the Irvington Farm Bureau, for the benefit of women not able to attend the regular training school. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon. Other Irvington News. The O. L. Millers attended a party at the Victor Applegate home near Corwlth Saturday night. Sunday •they were dinner guests at James Studer'ts. The Fred Doles were Sunday guests at Fred Skilling's in Algona, and Ray Fitch was with Mr. and Mrs. Forbes Stilts. The Embroidery club met last week Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. M. G. Pareons, with 20 enjoying a program arranged by Mrs. Fred Geigel. Mrs. Ralph Lee was hostess, with Mrs. Parsons assisting. The next club meeting will be with Mrs. Earl Miller, April G. The Missionary society will meet this Friday afternoon at the church. Mrs. II. P. Roney will load. The national topic for the afternoon is Foreigners in America. The foreign topic is Japan. Hostesses will be Mesdames J. B. Robison and V. J, Schlchtl. Mr. and Airs. William Curtis, Sioux Falls, S. Dak., spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Charles Sankey and the Arthur Uileys. Saturday Mr and airs. Curtis and Mrs. Sankey visited in Humboldt. Mrs. Curti.s and Mrs. Sankey are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shore, Brltt are parents of a girl, Mary Alice born last week. Mrs. Shore's mother, Mrs. Ray Fitch, and her sister Mrs. Smith, have been with her for several days. The Rev. A. English preached Sun day on "Moses and the Vision of the Burning Bush." The text was takei from Deut. 3:66. He also read part of the third chapter of Exodus Mre. Walter Barr has somewhat re covered from a critical Illness several days. Mrs. Allie Brown as elated at the Barr home during Mrs Barr's Illness. Paul Hudson is employed picking corn at the Henry Weiber farm near Corwlth. Mre. ' Ray Bu.tterfteld, pf oea Burt, spent 'Friday with relative here. CAUCUS NAMES CITY TICKET AT BANCROFT Bancroft, Mar. 15,—Thirty persons attended a town caucus Friday evening at Bradley's hall. W. J. Hood vas nominated for mayor, and A. A. Droessler, A. W. Kennedy,. A. H. Fuchs, George Carmean, and Dr. J. A. Devine for councilmen; L. F. Kennedy for treasurer; Bert Goddard for assessor. Dr. Devine has been mayor :wo terms and Messrs. Droessler, Puchs, W. A. Murray, Carmean, and | Hood, councilmen. Leo M. Saunders| is city clerk. The salary of the mayor and Clerk Bancroft is $35 a year each, and the councilmen get a dollar for each meeting they attend. The election will be'on the laet Monday in March. St. John's Seniors Plan Play— The .seniors of St. .John's high school had pictures taken'at Algona one day last week. There are 15 In the class: Jos. Williams, John Recker, Emily Welp, Viola.Merrill,.Cath- erine Rahe, Monica B4ker, Monica" Underkofler, Inez Hood, 'Arnold Kramer, Elmer Menke, Leo Nurre, Leo Wilhelmi, Theresa Richter, (Wesley), Phillip Sheridan, and Paul Kolfcusch. They are practicing a class play, The Yellow Shadow, to be given In the St. John's auditorium April 10. There are 16 Juniors this year. Farm Woman Is Sick- Mrs. .Emma Robinson Is critically sick at her home northeast of Bancroft. Mrs. Frank Fangman who has been sick, is. recovering. John Potthoff, SI, Is Sick- John Potthoff is sick with the flu. He is 81 years old and makes his home ; with his son, Relnhard. Other Bancroft News. Mrs. Bridget Quinn and her son, Charles, returned Sunday from Whlt- temore, where they had spent several days at the Dan Burns home. They attended the funeral of Tom Cullen, Sr., at Emmetsburg Saturday; (Mr.^Cullen died last Thursday evening. . Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Lynch' and their daughter, Joan, returned • to their .home at'Sioux City - Sunday. Mre. Lynch and her daughter had spent the week here, and the doctor came, Saturday. ..Mrs. :Lynch.;Is .a daqghtef of Mrs. Mary Segar. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coyne daughter, Alta, and son,- Dick, left last Thursday for Joliete, 111., to visit the daughters, Marie and Marcella, and Mre. Coyne's father, Matt Wilhelmi. Viggo Christenson and his crew inished painting and papering the Anton Dahl residence at Ringsted Saturday, and are now working in he rooms above the Kennedy store. Three-Da)-Old Babe Dies- Funeral services for Morris Bu- ;ene, 3-day son of Mr. and Mrs. dorrls Lien, were held last week Vednesday afternoon at the home. The Rev. Mr. Siemans ,of the Swea Jlty Baptist church, officiated, and urial wae made in Greenwood cemetery here. Mrs. Lien, who was Elna McFarland, Is a daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. W. F. McFarland. .liens had no other children. The Forty Hours' Devotion Observed— Forty hours' devotion is being held at St. John's Catholic church. The observance opened Tuesday morning at 9:30 mass and will close with services this week Thursday evening. Priests from neighboring towns and a missionary are ttssist- inf Monsignor J. D. Fisch and the Rev. C. Ernst. Bancroft Girl to I. «. T. C.— Lillian Godferson is at Cedar Falls where she has entered for the spring term at the Iowa State Teachers' college. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Godferson Myrtle Woltz, and Clifford Hings- dorf took her down last week Sunday. Miss Godferson was graduatec from Bancroft high school Ias1 spring. Selfoa Richardson returned to Min neapolis Friday, after two weeks a H. J. Guide's home. She was called here because of the death' of hei mother, Mrs.'R. W. Richardson, win died at Gary, Ind., but was burie< here. Miss Richardson is a niece o 'Mrs. Ann McQuirk, who makes he home with the Guides. J. B. Wessels got home last week Tuesday from California, where he had spent several months with his daughter, Agatha. He visited his son, John, at Eagle Grove. ' Mrs. C. V. ekllling and her daugh- ;ers, Helen and Ann, are here from Windom, Minn., visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M, A. Saunders. • John Squire returned Friday from Bode, where he had spent six weeks, caring for his brother, Fred.. . John is employed by Frank McCown here. The Vern Austins were at Forest City Sunday. • Mr. Austin's brother is a patient in a hospital there. Vern as a mechanic at MenkVs garage. The Clarence Sandts are moving to Algona. They have lived in Bancroft a year, and Clarence Is a son of Mrs. Mike Sandt. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jacobson were at W'lnnebago Sunday, visiting the Otto Jacobsons. Otto is a brother of Tom. •Linus Putz, of Edgewood, spent the week-end with Mrs. Putz, who is principal of the Bancroft high school. Arlene Seifert and her mother, Mrs. Jule Seifert, Ledyard, spent Friday afternoon at Frank McGuire's. The W. J. Welps, Fort Dodge, visited Sunday at the M. A. Saunders and Mr«. J. H. Welp, Sr. homes. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bergman, Emmetsburg, were here Sunday to see Tom's mother, who Is sick'.' The Jos. Beckers were visitors at Fort Dodge Monday. « UNION SCHOOL IS PRAISED IN RADIO SPEECH FROM AMES Union Twp., Mar. 15.—Saturday, Jessie M. Parker, inspector: of standard rural schools in. the state department of education, gave a talk over radio station WOI, Ames. She gave the requirements for a superior echool, and then described Iowa's nine rural schools, with that] rating. pist. No. 4, Union township, received that rating last year. To the surprise and interest of this district, Mlse Parker gave the varied and Interesting history of the buildings erected here during the passing years, with several references to local names. One Incident mentioned was Harry Ward's search for his desk following the big cyclone 'of 1894. Mr. Ward was P. T. A. president and presiding officer here the Evening 1 that Miss Parker presented the bronze plate, 'Superior School, to this district. * «__. .,,, Other Union News. .'Mesdamea Minnie Sarchett and Helen Vogel were .hostesses to the Mothers and Daughters club last Tihursc^y. at t the-'former's home. 'A paper^'Budgeting Tlme'.'and Friends, was read by Mrs. Helen Vogel, and a discussion was .led, by Mrs. Mame Hofius. A social hour; with a tray lunch served by the hostesses, followed adjournment. On March 24, Mrs. Katherine Leaeon will entertain and Mrs. Mary Leason, Algona, will assist, Members are to note change of hostesses for this meeting. The program will be: Paper, What Every C)ub Mother Should Know, Mre. Elizabeth Schenck; music, the Rev. Allen Ward. C • 1 0 1 Special Sale New Spring House Dresses 59c to 89e Hosiery Children's Hose • 10c Ladies' Hose 28e, 75e School Children's Scratch Notebooks—3 for lOc Lettie Mat son Girl oil I'hone Job — Theresa. Krapp is new operator at the local telephone office. Since the William Quinn.s rented her home in the south part of town she has roomed ' at Joe Cogley's. Manager Blanch Beckner, " her daughter, Grace ,und Irmn. Gllbertson are the other operators. Sister of Mrs. Sugar Passes- Mrs. G. D. Hart, Mrs. John Williams, and their mother, Mrs. Mary Sogar, drove to Carroll Sunday to attend the funeral of Mrs. -Segar's sister, Mrs. Kate Stevens, 78, who died Friday. The funeral was held Monday. John Segar, lavermore, went with them. Three qsJUsd on tUe Jury- Albert Kolteacb, Jasp.er ist and CoUette C. Welp received notice teat week Ironn the sheriff to be A twiur f ren<*Uosi vf c(i»l «14 <onu«l T«.i« wt .iiBpit- njKOulM «4Hi|>- ANSUL CHIMICAt CQ. SPECIALS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 10 Bars P. and G. Soap__27c Chipso Flakes, Ige. size__19c Catsup, large bottle___l_l0c Assorted Beans, per can.,- 5e Diamond Blend Coffee, 3 Ibs. «s» Fancy Prunes, 3 lbs.____85c Peaches, No. 10 size_,.__89c Muffets, per package ___ _ »c Fancy Beef by the quarter, flclb. »nd up Young Pork, half or whole;?! Salted and Spiced Herring USDRENSEN&CO, White's GROCERY SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Pkg. with., * Glasware —.,_ JBLL-O— All Flavors, 4 Packages,--'-- SUGAR— 10 lb} Cloth Sack 25c 48c KRAFT'S CHEESE— 1/2 lb ' IRft Package. ., 1 9 Ir - BISQUICK-^for Biscuits J Regular Package COOKIES— Fancy, 2 Ibs. .' 25c HONEY— New, 2 Cakes GRAPEFRUIT Seedless— Per Dozen , EXTRA SPECIAL—McLsashlln's 99% Coffee, 3 Ibs. for „ 83c Our 1932 Surpass anything ever shown in Algona. The Styles are Exquisite— The Prices Moderate— K. D. JAMES The Rexall Store XTRA! BIG NEWS Gardens and Orchards bring their best to A&P Food Stores Fresh, fruita and vegetable* are alway* in •eawm at A&P Food Store*. The chorus for freth fruit* and vegetable* ia louder than ever today. And the variety of orchard and garden product* at A&P*tore* i* greater. ORANGES Ine.wyw.U.UJ.^dr Winewp Applet — L. 6 lb*. 25c £<**!?** 100 lb, Bug f 1.10 Cauliflower _ _ _ _ _ Larae Heads 25c rn • ,, ^ **W» ^^ «fWW*W *" Tomatoe. _______ Jfc,23* Head Lettuce,

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