Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1932 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 5, 1932
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^^g^^v; *'*• X r * ""';• • > ' '','•, 1 ' • / :. -, : ;',r ••..•',„• PROFESSOR AT FAIRFIELD IN COATE TRIBUTE (Continued' From Page 1.) G. J. Winkel alert to .the responsibilities of her position. The-people of Algona can rest assured that Miss Coate has such a fine sense of the importance of her work that she will not allow herself to slight it .and that when the time comes that she can not do it full justice she will he ready to acknowledge It and nsk to he relieved. Has Kurned Consideration. It seems to me that Miss Coate has earned the right to that much consideration. 'Even after she retires she should be able to render! fine service in a teaching position, unless her health suddenly falls; | \fOUNG LOTTS CREEK farmer and on retirement it would seem: J[ who geekf . ^p^^n nomlna . fitting that a public servant who {tlon £or eu p er vijsor in Lotts Creek- has put so much of herself Into a j penton-Seneca-Greenwood-Burt dis- communlty, and who has taught for. trlct ntm . represented by Charles years for less than she could have |Morrls republican, Lone Rock. commanded had she sought to sell; . her services in the highest market, 1 ••»•<»•» *».•• should be entitled to a pension. I fin AI TRAP IT TEAM " I wish it were possible for my LUUHL I HnUIX I L Hill daughter to go to school to Miss Coate. That, I think, is the finest j tribute I can give to her genius. | Parents who love their children and > who have ambitions for them will understand what it means. » TRIBONS SELL COTTAGE AT CLEAR LAKE TO GARAGEMAN •F. L,. Kayser, of the Snyder-Kayser company, "Webster City Ford dealers, has bought the Tribon lot at Algona Beach, Clear Lake. The Tribons had owned the 'property 18 years, or thereabouts. Last September their cottage was destroyed In a tornado which did great damage along two miles of the shore line and in which Dr. A. L. Rist's sister Bessie lost her life. Mr. and Mrs. Kayser were here last week Monday, and on the way home that night they ran into a truck which had stopped on the paving with a flat tire. . Besides bruises. Mrs. Kayser suffered a broken leg. while Mr. Kayser got off with nothing worse than severe bruises. EASY VICTORS IN FOUR TOWN MEET The Algona high school track team won a meet at Athletic park here Saturday against Clear Lake, Buffalo Center, and Emmetsburg. Algona won 73% points; Buffalo Center, 49 V£ points; Emmetsburg, 20 points; Clear Lake,' IS points. Algona took a total of nine events, and also won second in six events. Cretzmeyer won a 100-yd. dash in ten seconds; V. Kiewiett, Buffalo Center, was second; Miller, Algona, third; Winnie, Clear Lake, fourth. Cretzmeyer also won a 220-yd. dash in 23.5 seconds; Williams second. C. Kiewiett and V. Kiewiett, Buffalo Center, won first and second in a 440-yd. dash; Woods, Clear Lake, third; Hutchins, Algona, fourth; time, 58.4. Guderian, Algona, won an SSO-yd. run in 2:16.2; Wilson, Buffalo Center, second; Anderson, Clear Lake, third. Greene, Algona, won a mile run in 4:54.6; Grimes, Buffalo Center, second; Devine and •Larson, Algona, third and fourth respectively. Linch, Clear Lake, won the 120 •low hurdles in 15 seconds; Spencer, Algona, second. Muller, Emmetsburg, won the high hurdles in 18.6; 'Spencer, Algona, second. Algona won a half mile relay in one minute Estes Park, Colo., and will return j 41 seconds, also a mile relay in three from there. Mr. 'Pox, a retired'minutes 51 seconds, merchant, was head of a chain of; The javelin throw was won by 118 stores till recently, when it ' Thacker, Emmetsburg, 156 feet; D. /merged with the J. C. Penney com-j Cowan, Algona, 145 feet; H. Nord- pany. Mrs. Worster's daughter, j strom, Algona, 137 feet. Kiewiett and .Mrs. Cora Virgin, Hastings, Neb., j Costigan, Buffalo Center, won first who has been here a few months, i and second In the shotput, 41% feet, •will remain at the Worster home. j with K. Cowan, Algona, third. • * ALGONA MOTHER IS GIVEN VACATION IN LOS ANGELES Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Worster will leave Sunday by train for Los Angeles to visit Mrs. Worster's son, A. E. Fox, and friends at other points on the coast. Mr. Fox's mother's day gift to Mrs. Worster was this trip. The Worsters will accompany the Foxes to a nunimer home at Attend District Meetlnf— Six Algona women attended a Methodist W. H. M. S. district convention at Belmond last week Wednesday: Mrs. A. A. Bishop, district president; Mesdatnes C. V. Hulse, W. O. McCullough, Paul Wllle, Allan Bishop, and P. E. Sawyer. A Miss Clinton, missionary from India, was principal speaker, and more than 150 women attended. Five Algona girls who attended a Standard Bearers' evening banquet were Alberta Grosenbach, Gertrude Morrow, Ruth Stewart, Gertrude Long, ahd Arba Dee Long. Club to Honor Mothers—The Plum Creek Social and Literary club will meet at Lora Raney's next Wednesday. This will be a Mothers' day meeting, with a musical program. Roll call will be answered with Mothers' day quotations. Officers were elected at the .preceding meeting: President, Mae Fitzgerald; first, second, and third vice presidents, Ella Hutchins, Hazel Seely, and Lela Seely, respectively; secretary-treasurer, Ora Rleken; assistant, Dorothy Rieken; corresponding secretary, Lora Raney. Club to Give Home Talent— The Riverdale 4-H club will present a home talent play, Just Like a Woman, next week Friday at 8 p. m. at the J. M. Patterson schoolhouse, six miles south of Algona. The Riverdale orchestra will play. The program follows: The Question,! orchestra; harmonica quartet, Wai-1 ter Halsrud, William Boldridge, Karl! and Henry Karel; the play; health number, 4-H girls; Down by the; Old Mill Stream, 4-H girls; There's Music In the Air, orchestra. A candy sale will follow the program. D. A. R. Benefit Tea Held— The D. A. R.'s entertained 60 women at a benefit tea at Mrs. R. P. Norton's Friday afternoon. The program consisted of vocal selections by Irene Moore, Mrs. 'F. J. Clark accompanist; a group of colonial day songs by Mrs. W. S. Lee; and a play, Washington's First Defeat, directed by. Mrs. D. D. Paxson, cast: Mrs. D. P. Smith as Lucy; Mrs. Myrle E. Griggs (Emily Rlst) as Camellia; and Dolores DeMott as i Washington. Williams and Cretzmeyer won first Thrown from Horse. <an(i sec °nd respectively in the broad Perry Phillips, east of ' Algona Jump. 19.2 feet. Costigan, Buffalo farmer, was knocked unconscious Center, won first in the discus toss, last Thursday, when he was thrown! 114 feet ' with K - Cowan, Algona, from his hor.se and landed on his' second - H - Nordstrom won the high head. Mr. Phillips was herding cat-! Jump. 5 feet 4 inches, and the pole tie, and when he shouted the horse' vault was won by D. Cowan, 10 V 2 apparently thought it was a com- ', feet- ^ mand to halt. When the horse stop- * ped Mr. Phillips was catapulted over its head. He lay in the pasture for. a time, unconscious. * Banker to Texas. Wesley, May 3—Banker and Mrs. Guy M. Butts left last Thursday for Willis, Tex., where Mr. Butts owns several tracts of land. Since oil wells have been developed in the vicinity, Mr. Butts has received many applications from would-be lessees or purchasers, so he decided to attend to the business in person, after looking the ground over. NEW INSURANCE OFFICE PARTNERSHIP STARTED C. I). A. Benefit Party Given— The Catholic Daughters entertained at a benefit bridge party at St. Cecelia's academy Friday night. There were 16 tables, and Mrs. F. H. Seller and Mrs. J. W. Mangan won the high scores, Mrs. George Holtz- "bauer the consolation, and Mrs. John Kohlhaas the average score. Hostesses were Mesdames Josephine Stanton, Harry Hargreaves, John Laing-, E. J. McEvoy, T. H. Holmes, and Jennie Cooney and Minnie Ichick. Light Bearers to Elect— The Presbyterian Light Bearers will meet at the church Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock; hostesses, Slendora Burbank and Dorothy and Ruth Butts; program: devotionals, Ermadine Hanson; chapter in Friendly Farmers, Marie Pommer- enning; entertainment, Maxine Mason. Officers will be elected. Self- denial boxes are to be taken to the meeting. D. A. R. to Have Luncheon— The D. A. R. will meet for luncheon next Tuesday with Mrs. Fred Geigel; assisting hostesses, Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, and Mrs. Ella Laird. The program will consist of a talk on George Washington, and Mrs. Oeorge> tf. Free" wlli give, Washing ton's biography.; After* the>,Pto|«»th there will be election of officers. Other Society. Mrs. M. Hi' Falkenhainer enter* tamed eight friends at dinner Friday night Ih honor of Mrs. Lawrence Randall, Rochester. The after-dinner hours were spent at bridge, Mrs. J. L. Bonar Winning the high score. Mrs. Randall received a guest prize. Mrs. J. W. Kelly entertained her •bridge club Saturday night at two tables, Mrs. E. W. Erlckson and Mrs. W. J. French winning' the high scores, Mrs. W. D. Howie the travel prize. Mrs. G. L. Vohs entertained at luncheon in honor of Mrs. L. E. Potter Tuesday. Guests were Mrs. Jane Clark, Mrs. Mary Bunchey Mrs. Adell Hodges, and Mrs. A. D. Bradley. The Congregational Junior Christian, Endeavor will entertain the mothers at a program and refreshments at the church next Sunday night between 7 and S:30. The Methodist Aid will meet this afternoon at 2:30 at the church. After the usual business meeting and program, Mrs. F. W. Green's division will serve a 15c lunch. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Sorstedt entertained at two tables of bridge Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. ( H. J. Lacy won the high scores, Mrs. Walter Lorenz the consolation. The Baptist Aid meets this afternoon with Mrs. R. A. Evans; assisting hostesses, Mesdames H. N. Kruse, Ole Moe, Hoflus, and Lashbrook. The Legion Auxiliary will meet tomorrow night at 7:30 at the. Legion hall, Mrs. G. H. Ogg's division in charge of social .hour. The St. Thomas Episcopal Guild will meet next week Thursday afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whittemore. The Presbyterian Helping Hand society will meet today with Mrs. Dennis Pratt. » Three Licenses Issued. Marriage license applications have been filed at the district court clerk's office "by: Elsie Farrell, of Whittemore, Albert M. Rechs, Los Angeles; Merwln Holding, Burt, Florence McGHIIgan, Bancroft. Licenses have been issued to: Emory Annas Smith, Pearl Marie Estle, both of Lakota; Miqhael Erpeldlng, Bode, Josephine Fisch, Algona; Alfred Reding-, Helen Illg, both of Bode. AIGONA MINISTER READS SERVICE AT BROTHERS WEDDING E. W. Clark, Des Molnes, etate neuranee commissioner, and Nada Trances Bump, Des Molnes, were married last week Monday at Bethany, Mo., and the ceremony was Jerformed by the bridegroom's irother, the Rev. F. J. Clark, pas;or of the Algona Congregational church, who accompanied the couple. After the ceremony the newly- veds went to <a springs resort' in Ulseouri for a .brief honeymoon, and Pastor Clark came home. The bridegroom, Who is the elder brother of'the pastor, lost his first wife by death two years ago. He was serving his second term as state senator from the Mason City district when he was appointed In- mrance commissioner by Governor Turner a year or so ago. He and lis brother''are the only children of Judge and Mrs. J. J. Clark, Mason City. The bride was head office girl n or the Des Mbines Casket Company. ''-'."'•' AS a joke at the expense of, the bridegroom, Pastor Clark reveals hat though the senator headed the itate senate committee which rec- •mmended the 5-day marriage ap- illcatlon law, the senator 'and his ride followed the example of many ther Iowa lovers, by going out of he state to wed, thus avoiding the equirements of the law. Probably, lowever, they were In fact principally motivated by a desire to escape publicity at home, till the event vas past history. • . 300 MUSICIANS TAKE PART IN MUSIC FESTIVAL HERE The new high school auditorium vas filled to overflowing Saturday evening, when 300 Kossuth high chool pupils took part in a music estival. Young musicians from ten chools, Wesley, Tltonka, Burt, Ledr ard, Grant consolidated, Lone lock, Fenton, Whittemore, Lu Verne, and Algona, were represented n the program, which featured Tchestra and band selections, chorus numbers, and solos under the eadership of music Instructors from he schools In question. Banns at Bancroft. Bancroft,. May 3 —Banns of matrimony were published for the first time Sunday at St. John's Catholic church for Florence McGiTIigan and Merwln HoI'ding, Burt. The wedding will take place May &. Seniors Go on "Ride." A number of high school juniors | took five or six seniors for a "ride' to Irvington, following the senior j play Tuesday evening. The seniors were dumped out there for a long walk home. E. F. Rahm, in partnership with E. A. Schemel, has opened an insurance and loan office over the Iowa State bank in the two rooms formerly occupied by the receiver of the County Savings bank. Mr. Rahm, who is from St. Benedict, served 24 years as cashier of the People's Savings bank, closed last summer. Since then he was till recently a closed bank examiner at Ottunvwa. Mr. Schemel, who is Mr. Rahm's O NE OF OUR BEST SIDELINES is mimeographing. This is the reproduction of typewriting on paper or cards. You would be surprised to know how much of this work ve do. We mimeograph bulletins, .etters, cards, etc., and the cost is much less than printing. Suppose you want to send out a circular letter, a notice of any kind, or a card. We mimeograph the job for you in a few minutes, and the work cannot be told from individual typewriting. And you can sign your name to the mimeograph stencil if you desire, and the signature will then appear on every sheet.—Advance. 25tf employ of the receiver of the Kossuth County State bank. He was employed in the St. Benedict bank before he came to Algona many years ago to work for the County Savings bank. When that bank closed he was employed at the Kossuth County State till that bank, too, closed. His wife is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver. Mr Schemel will not for the present be active In the new partnership. Mr.' Rahm's wife is the daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. (Philip Schemel, Algona. The Rahms have four children, and the elder children, Maurice and Clare, are attending the local high school, Maurice a junior Clare a freshman. Le Roy aiu Julia are at home. The Rahms wll move to Algona soon. "FISH" DO', NOTHING HADNT Seud^your DRY CLEANING to the ELK Cleaners and Tailors Phone 330 We call for & deliver. Wins Week's Vacation. A Tour Iowa committee of the A. A. A. .Motor cl'u'bs' has closed a slogan contest in which there were more than 10,000' entries. Mrs.. Ida E. Larson, Swea City, won a week's vacation at an Towa summer resort. Hulse Speaks.Tonight. The Rev. C. V. HuTse is to speak at a joint banquet of the Lakota and Buffalo Center commercial clubs at Buffalo Center tonight. • « Blind Eye Discovered. Mrs. E. J. Rawson discovered Monday that 'she had; lost the sight of one eye. The eye had given her no pain. HOUSE AND BUNGALOW FOR rent.—J. M. Herbst. Are You Short? "Where Service and Quality Meet" We're not talking about your bank balance although this is good news for your lean pocketbook. If you're short, in height, and wear a size 14 or 16—we have 11 BEAUTIFUL LAST SPRING COATS—WELL MADE, HIGH CLASS GARMENTS, in plain blue, tan, and imported novelty mixtures—formerly sold as high as $35,00—you may buy them as long as they last $4.95 A rack of about 50 dresses—some from last season that sold at $11 75 and $15.00—a few "short" numbers which sold at $19.75—all sizes from 14 to 46— here is an unusual opportunity to buy a good dress for only a few dollars, ' while they last Have you bought one or two of these cute children's wash dresses—sizes 3, 4, 5, 6,7, 8, 10, 12 and 14. Special selling at , : OR 2 FOR $1.75 88c New, summery knitted dresses in pastel shades—just arrived from eastern manufacturers— all sizes $4.95 New pastel shade, short sleeve banquet dresses, dozens of pretty attractive frocks at the price you want to pay _J / COATS, COATS. COATS— Lovely well made, stylish spring coats in the popular blues and tans — do you know you can buy these beautiful coats £ 4 A A A $ | (JaVV in all sizes from 14 to 50 for An extensive showing of party and frocks — new and stunning creations right "hot" from the style griddle ____ semi -formal 4 I • Chic, fluffy organdy frocks 'from the western coast — just the thing for banquet and summer — $6.95 ^$11. 75 Entire line of early spring "better" garments—- dresses and coats— at drastic price reductions. Phone 281 for particulars. Mr. ahd Mrs. O. F*. Hayes and Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Hayes, of Nevada, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. C. K Hahcher, Plover, were Sunday guests of the E C. Hanchers. Mr, and Mrs. G. F. Hayes are ' Mr* Handler's parents; J. A., a brother; and the Plover Hanchers, E, C.'s parents, E. C. Is local telephone manager. Dr. Walter Fraser drove to Fort Dodge last Thursday evening, taking with him Drs. M. G. Bourne, P. V, Janse, and M. J. and John Kenefick to attend a meeting of Iowa doctors in honor of Dr. H, C. Evans, Fort Dodge, who is retiring. Doctor Evans has been In partnership with Doctor Bowen, brother of the late (Roy Bowen, Algona. The E. M. Sarchetts, including the daughter, Mrs. Melvln Gangestad, and her family, all Of Maple Hill, spent Sunday, with Eugene's mother, Mrs. Chas. W. Sarchett. The Wilbert HuHdorfs, Fenton, also came, and Mr. and Mrs. Thos. B. Metcalf, west of Algona. Mrs. Metcalf la'a daughter of Mrs. Sarchett, who ie. Mrs. Hulldorf's grandmother. I Bather Heller, -housekeeper at Whittemore tot fianker tfrihk fces* terilehne'r and >hW two children, was B .guest from last Thursday ' till Sunday of the fl- A. Thorpe^ a.nd Mrs. Jerinfe M. Dewel, MWs .Heller, whose widowed mother, Mrs. 'Margaret Heller, lives at. Whlttetno're, was in the employ of the DeweW tor a year or more prior >to the d&tth lpf.1; Gk Dewel three years ago. "" Rbscoe Call and his nephew, Call. Dickinson, Des, Molnes, were here over Saturday^ night, guests of the A. Hutchisons. Call'* , Wife and Ht- - tle eon' have just . returned from Washington, D. C., where they had spent several weeks with'.Call's parents, Senator and- Mrs. L. J. Dickinson, and the younger Mrs. IMckln- eon's parents. Mrs, Call Dlcklnsonjs father is a general In the army. Mr. and] Mrs. John Locher, Monticello, spent the week-end with th6. E. H. Wrays. ' Mrs. Wray. la a daughter of Mrs. Locher, and C.'J. •Hookstra, who lives with the'WrayK is a eon. Mr. Locher, who Is a lawyer, is delegate to a national demo- . , w With her daughter \?l h ** oi ™t hl , =«o ui tne Champion ii< demonstrating that i, e , go6d editor and a g Wlfe^ and child, nov. n , „Will come to. Whittemore a, school is out. 3 ' . W, E, Naudaln has i wu ,,. northeast and northwest 8t ' In the Slagle block ca e southeast of'the Catholic •ThW-e is a.tenanf iim,, ^uj Guy ft. MantT marX";? the County Savings bank 1 *! ship. L. A. Miner, ^ ? ,sold his east State street i, W. .L. Whitney, operator Milwaukee depot, has i m ^ hOUae on the southeast in the same block. Clark is Speaker The Rev. and Mrs F' r Went 'to Osage Tuesday' to , .the Congregational state con/ and - Tuesday night '" p,re&Ched ,the conference subject' toeing "Saul's A conference covered TueVd™ yesterday, and will close' tofcy.' Goeders Co* 46 Anniversary Sale of Coats and Dresses A Record'Event in Sayings. New, Quality, Low Price—are the Watchword* of Our Great Store- wide 46th Anniversary Sale. For Juniors Smart silk dresses that carry the style and vogue of the Junior Miss $3 ; Now you will have a beautiful Spring and early Summer wardrobe at prices which represent only a part of what you'd ordin- x arlly have to pay. , These are all the latest fashions, in the sort of styles which are sure to win attention. . i Knit and Silk 50 smart new dresses in one and two-piece knit and plain or printed silks $5 Smart Silks Including pastel and dark colors, in plain or prints, long and short sleeves $6 Outstanding are these fine, quality cleverly styled silk dresses in better prints and plain silks $7 . Real Class in this wide selection of smart new plain and printed newest style silk frocks $10 Also Formats are included in this fine selection of hot new styles in street and formal: dresses $15 The L»*t Word In style and value is depicted in this large selection of unusual dresses. $16.75 Newest Coats Children's Coats A large selection of smart well made coats in medium and dark colors priced unusually low, sizes 2 to 12 OFF Unusual are these stylish new spring coats, well tailored, new fabrics all wool well lined coats, sizes 14 to 46 $10 Very Good Coats In diagonal, crepe, and other new fabrics, Including smart ecarfe to match. Navy new blue, black and tan. Sizes 14 to 46 $15 Excellent Coats of newest style and materials, excellent tailoring, perfect fitting In &**?, » lack ' . brown, new blue and tjft»f sizes 14 to 46 $16,75 And Ekcomoor's Many smart Ekcomoor Coats are included in this fine selection ol outstanding coats, smart* ni»- tures and black, navy, new $20 The Finest

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