Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1932 · Page 3
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ag Eighth Appropriate Remembrance Fine Box of Candy Algonquin Confectionery 101 EM* sttte Street—Algona, Iowa WHITTEMORE TYPISTS WIN 5THJN TEST Whlttemore, Apr. 26—Presentation academy ranked fifth In typing and shorthand in a sectional contest at Mason City Saturday. Marvel El* foert scored highest in both events. Mason City won three firsts and one second In teamwork, and In Individual ratings won all four firsts, three seconds and one third. Those taking part from Whlttemore were: •Marvel Elbert, Joseph Loebach, Hll- dred Elbert, Regtna Henry, Rosella New and Guinevere Kelly, accompanied by Sister Mary John and 'Sister Mary Reglna. Geneva Walters and Joseph Loebach took the pupils and the two sleters to the contest. Tnkc I'nrt, In Music Fcst— The Whlttemore high school is taking part in the music festival at Algona Saturday evening. Pupils COUNTY AttVANCB, ALQ6NA, tQHv*A HESE FEATURES^///* ON (TOR TOP PERFORMANCE Qulnn, In the glee club are Lester Lloyd Walker, Esther and Alvera Behnke, Grace Carlyle, Dorothy Hel- denwith, Juno Wehrspann, Linda Roeber, Verdell -Laurltzen and Lillian Heidenwlth, who except Dorothy Heklenwith and June Wehr- spann, also take part in the mixed chorus. The pupils have rehearsal Wednesday afternoon at Algona and .practice again Saturday evening. she entered,St. Joseph's, hospital to* observation- and possible treatment. •Mrs. Higgens has been 111 for the last two week*. Lloyd Roth, student; at • fimmets- burg Junior college, was a member ot the cast, The Perfect Alibi, a play given at Emmetaburg April 13 -toy Epsllon Delta Gamma, 6f which he Is a member.; Herbert, son of the H. R. Zumach's, traded hla 'Ford sedan for ft Chevrolet coach formerly driven by Oscar Schattschnelder. Frank Jergens bought the Zumach sedan. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kollosch, daughters Mildred and Cornelia, of Ledyard, spent Sunday . at Tony Schmidt Jr's. Mr. Kpllaech and Mrs. Schmidt are sisters. "Ms. Albert Delterlng, Mrs. Edna McDonnell, and Ida Kollasch, Bancroft, attended a shower for Agnes Dahlhauser Sunday afternoon at Presentation academy. Edward 'Fandel was accompanied to St. Paul's seminary, St. Paul, last Thursday toy Mr. -and Mrs. Arthur Fandel. The Arthur 'Fandels returned Saturday. Roeella Volght, Laurens, and Lydla ,Meyer, and Ralph . Walker spent Sunday at A., J. Kloock's at Garner. They ateo "visited at Lois Jante's. Mr. and Ms. Leo Chalus, Davenport, visited Sunday at Dr, J. W McCreery's and with Grandma Chalus. Mrs. CcCreery Is a sister o: Leo. ' / The Otto Wlchtendahl and Mrs Bruhn families spent Saturday Christ Meyer.'*,-In honor of Mr. Meyer's birthday 1 . ' ' /The Wm. Laucks and Andrew El- lerte were Sunday guests at Leo Elbert's at Garner, former Whltte- more residents, The Fred Helnrlch family spent the week-end at thei 'Fred Thlenan and Otto Lampe homes near Fairmont. Mrs. Charles Lauritzen, daughters Verdell and Edna, attended a shower for Vivian Glaus at Fenton Monday. A number,of relatives spent Sunday evening at Herman Meyer's In honor of Mr. Meyer's 51st birthday. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. McGovern, of Clear Lake, were 'business callers In Whlttemore last week Wednesday. •Dr. and Mrs. J. W. McCreery and Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Polrot spent a few days last week In Des Molnes. Edna, daughter of the Wm. Fan- dels, fell on the sidewalk Sunday everting and hurt her wrist. •Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett and Carl Hansen and children spent the week-end at Des Molnes. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Meurer, Plover, spent Sunday at the parental Joseph Meurer's. Martin Nissen, Emmetsburg, spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. George Meyer. A boy was born last week Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Farrell. •Mrs. Howard Calry, Algona, spent Monday afternoon at Carl Hansen's. Chris Rlggert and were 111 last week. John Eure Electric h«s i record for un- formince uo- ia the history of ia top. It req notrrenoiling. -tl. Interiors are ot find luin-resisting ils, with rounded i for «sy cleaning. Ing Shelves bring, laitintly into plain | ud within easy reach. ircelain Sanitary [tier, easy to clean idem. Cannot re- lodori. MILL YEARS Electric Reare- guaranteed i all service expense Sfallyean. MO DOWN [Kohlhaas Hardware Algona, Iowa NER \1 .':;WK1,F,CTRIC \ I I - s . I K \ 1 Thwt'i v.liM.bulk Into th« Ow Miw* ; •nusln« y«lu« wfe*n you •» • mod.1 of tfc.fCWMli.ut. lin* brilliant .u n p|. of ftno wflnwH"! **i» ^ creation. And you can now hw» One Mi"«»« value on rfMwfcibly low termi. Let One Minut. be you* f.HMul wrv.nt at cleaning time. Miss Ciillen to be Bride— Anna Ktta Cullen, once an em- ploye ot the late Editor Seth B. Calry, has returned to Richmond, •Mich., to resume her duties as lino- itype operator for the Review. She came home for two weeks to take charge of the Champion till other arrangements were made. It ie understood that Miss Cullen will be married soon. West Benders Entertained Here— -The St. Paul's Lutheran Young People's society entertained the West Bend society last Thursday Ledyard Group Hears Declamatory Contest Marshalltown to -visit a tew • day* before returning'to'his home at (Lo* Angeles. •Mesdames Harriett Matzftner, John Jenks, and 'Paul-Neteter called at'the McGIlllgan and Palmer homes at Ai* gona last Thursday. Mrs. Harold Jorgenson met her eldest son, who had spent a year with his- grandparents In Canada, at Crystal Lake Sunday. W. B. Mason, Lu Verne, and two nieces spent Sunday with the former's daughter, Mrs. George Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Vaughn, of Mason City, were at J. H, Welfare's last week Wednesday. Clyde Beyse returned Friday from a few days with his sister, Mrs. W. N. Hans, Rudd. ' . Mrs. D. A. Link, Swea City, spent Friday with her daughter, Mrs. Merle McAnlnch. Miss Randall was unable to teach Monday, due to an infection in a toe. William Wenzell moved last week Monday into the Gray house, recently vacated by the Roy Links. Mrs. Brack, Althea, Winifred Friday, and Miss Nolan were at Fairmont Saturday. Mrs. Ralph Olson's mother, Mrs. Johnson, of Ellsworth, is here for a visit. Other schools represented were Estherville, Fort Madison, Iowa City, Van Meter, and Waehta. •Mrs. Fred Baumann entertained the 'Lutheran Aid, Lakota, at her home here lost week Wednesday. The Methodist Aid met with Mrs. •Burrows last Thursday afternoon. evening at house here. the Lutheran school(Between 65 and 70 persons attended. There were contests and other games, after which lunch consisting of chocolate sundae and cake was served. ' Girls to Play West Hend- The Lutheran girls' kittenball team has scheduled games for the season, the first on May 1 against the West Bend girls at West Bend. Pitchfork Tine Pierces Knee— Wm. Bonnstetter has a stiff knee following an accident last week In which a pitchfork tine pierced the skin. Klftenliallers Defeat Cyllndcr- The high school kittenball team played a team from Cylinder Friday, and won, 13-4. Other Whittemore News. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Behnke, daughter Esther, and William Heller spent last week Wednesday afternoon at Algona, and William, who works at the Champion shop, called on Advance employes who helped get out the Champion for two or three weeks following Editor Cairy's death. Cletus Oliver, who has been managing the Maytag store at Spencer for the last year, resigned last week to accept a position with the Ryan Electric company. W. A. Laird, who was a salesman in the Algona and Spencer territory, will succeed him ' Ledyard, Apr. 26 — Mr. <and .Mrs. V. A. Barrett, Misses Wylam, Oran- ner, Randall, Jones,- Nolan, and Stranahan, "Bill" Wlemer, and Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson attended a state high school declamatory contest at Estherville 'Friday night. The contestants were 13 of the best In the state out of perhaps 10,000 who had started out In the work. In oratorical Marvin Winnie* of Clear 'Lake, won first; Gaddls Allred, Redfield, second. In dramatics, Jean Whorrall, Eldora, won first;, James Coddlngton, Kumboldt, second. In humorous Beneil 'Walker, Eldora was first; John Llllie, Guthrle Center, second. Ball Game Is Stalemate— .Last week Tuesday the Elmore H. S. ball team played here. Neither team scored till the fifth inning when Ledyard got one run. In the sixth Elmore got a run. After nine innings, neither team having scorec again, the game was called off, i being late. Armenian Speaks Before H. S; — W eek Wednesday James Dy slonary society, sold doughnuts Saturday.' They took orders, and Mrs. <noner, their leader, made the doughnuts. They sold 40 dozen. Teacher Hired at Swea City- Barbara Wylam, sixth grade teacher here three years, will be sixth grade teacher at Swea City next year. Junorg to Banquet Seniors—The annual junior-senior banquet Is to be held this week Friday night. DtndnrfH SPECIAL OFFER fart listed tin*, iM&Att fcs; (Mpttlillr toed for drg,_t*fidtr tcttn) FKBB with Mch pmr- chiM of « 7$c bottl* of mteh'i Dandruff R*. rno»W Shunpoo. Ott your cMBkiaMten •«• todtyl LUSBt'S DRUG STORE IWUTTADS 25c DAT tNMt" 1 MMNT • 'Electric v K«frig«rataft. —» " VARICOSE' HEAUD Mf ffiff No operations nor InJMttanu enforced rest. Thta treatment permlta you to a» your business as course, you are already •» as to be confined to yoar that case, Emerald Oil quickly to heal your teg duce any swelling and end that you are up and about no time. Just follow tb» directions and you are mm helped. E. W. Luaby woat your money unless you W E HAVE ADDED a wood .turning lathe to our equipment, and we are now in a position to execute promptly orders for all kinds of wood turning. See us for anything to be made of rounded wood, such as ladder rungs, lawn mower rollers, neckyokes, etc.—Thorpe Wood & Iron Works. 32-37 HOW ONE MAN LOST 22 IBS. as manager. The Arthur Heidenwlth family spent Sunday at Fred Wegener's at lock, Mrs. W'egener, a sister of Mr. Heidenwlth, expects to go to Iowa City ,to enter a hospital.^ She has been bothered lately with gall stones. D. Oswald, who was at Henry Mueller's, has moved to the Dahlhauser farm, east of ,town, and George Steil, who formerly occupied the Wagner farm, has moved to the St. Benedict neighborhood. D. Oswald, who has been located at the Henry Mueller farm, has moved to the Wagner farm. George Steil, who has beenv occupying .the Wagner farm, has .moved to the'St. Benedict neighborhood. . J. H. Wolfe celebrated his 89th birthday last week. Mr. Wolfe claims to be the oldest man in Whittemore, now. He keeps up his large garden and manages to make a trip or two up town each day. Sunday guests at Henry Lauck's, West Bend, were the Wm, Meyers, the Ed Liebs, the Hugo and Albert Meyers and the Martin Meyers, of Garner. The occasion was Mrs. Lauck's birthday. Mrs. Will Higgens was taken to Sioux City Tuesday morning, where er, Armenian, gave a talk before the high school, told of Armenlar schools, and said .pupils in his country had to learn six' or seven languages. /'For ten years he was a slave, and' he recounted his experiences. Party Given at Interlaken— Mr. and Mrs. Lauritzen entertained the faculty, "Bill Wlemer," Laurence Plngel, Elvin Carpenter, and Frank Moulton at a picnic at Interlaken last Thursday evening. The evening was spent in skating and attending a show. Ball Boys Lose In Tourney— The senior 'high school baseball •team took part In ,a tournament at Tltonka Saturday, and won the first losing to 16-1. Ti- Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs. Lauritzen were at the Vernon consolidated school near Lu Verne Friday. Miss Kitley accompanied them here for the weekend. Miss Hewitt, Renwlck, and Miss Dahl, Swea City, were here Saturday. The George Thompsons met the son Milton and his wife, of 'Sioux City, at Estherville Friday, where all attended the declamatory contest elsewhere reported in these notes, and Milton and wife 'then came here for the week-end. Mrs. Marquis Lindsey, Fenton, and a son visited at Jesse O'Keefe's from last week Monday to the following Wednesday, while Mrs. -Lindsey's husband took care of a barber shop at Lakota for Oran O'Keefe. Miss Williams, Van Meter, was at L. W. Wiemer's Friday night. She took a contestant to the declama.- tory contest at Estherville, and Saturday she and "Bill" Wiemer left for her home at Redding.- Mr. and Ms. Robert Johns and a son have returned to their home at Newton, after a week with Mrs. Johns' mother, Mrs: Jenks. 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