Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1932 · Page 13
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s ti? ^L^jL^^ ^gg^Lj|^ "• * ' ^ j ^ i i * 3 y^% A pouring rain ... a "choked up" d*ad motor... miles from help—(hat is real stark tragedy. It's a tragedy that often results from the use of sluggish, inferior gasolines. Avoid such situations ... use Nevr- Nox Ethyl, the quick starting, powerful, peppy, anti-knock motor fuel. Through rain or shine, heat or cold, it PERFORMS! Try it! MID-CONTINENT PETROLEUM CORPORATION in the Golden Bag Ntitrena Ctilck Mash is better than ever— two new health protecting ingredients have been added—more profits will be made feeding Nutrena Chick Mash this year than any other method. WH J S HEMORE'S NIORSARE NIOR HOSTS Whittemore, May 2—Whittemore juniors entertained the seniors at the annual banquet Tuesday at the Kermore hotel, Emmetsbtirg, with 19 "present. Decorations were in red, white,, and blue to celebrate the Washington bi-centennial. Daisies, senior flower, were used as the centerpiece, and the table was decorated with 'flags, hatchets, and red, white, and blue nut cups with cherries hung from the handles, and place cards to match. A 1 o'clock dinner was served. The after-dinner program,- given by the juniors, with Bernlce Ba'lge- man as toastmnster, follows: Welcome, Rosella Voight: response, "William Heller: Banquet Days Here Again, Junior Sextette; funogtams, Harold Wagner; introspection, music monologue, Bernice Balgeman; reminiscing,. Supt. Rochford; A r arslty Drag, novelty eong dance, Lillian Heidenwith and Verdell Lauritzen; A la Geometry, Gr&Ce Carisle; Trees, vocal solo, Lloyd Walker; Giftatory, souvenirs, Lieut. L. Quinn, Sarg. H. Hahn; It's S O'clock n the Evening, Junior Sextette. After the program the group at:ended a movie. This year's seniors are William Heller, class president, Lloyd Walker, treasurer, Esther Behnke, Linda Roeber, and Martin Wagner. M. D. Schilz is the senior class advlsoY, and V. M. Hentges is junior advisor. Both Klttenball Teams Win— The Whittemore Lutheran kitten- Da 11 boys and girls' teams played :he West Bend boys and girle at West Bend Sunday afternoon. Both ocal teams won: the boys 16-11, ind the girls 31-9. Linda Roeber was home run queen for the girls, iltting three home runs, and Alfred Meyer got two for the boys. The iris' lineup this year, with George Schultz as coach, follows: Lillian Kuecker, ipitcher; Lydia • Meyer, catcher; Rosella Voight, first; Tilie Vaudt, second; Eldora Dau, :hird; Matilda Wagner, right short; Bernice Balgeman, left short; Edna Schultz, right field; Linda 'Roeber, centerfield; Lillian Heidenwith, left field. Margaret Berninghaus star•ed for West Bend. 2-pound broilers can be profitably grown in 8 weeks—bringing in cash when it is needed most. A flock of heavy laying hens from chicks started on Nutrena will help . beat hard] times. Start every chick on Nutrena Chick Mash. We can save you money with our new low price. NUTRENA FEED MILLS, INC. ••DIM City, Kana. Mlnnnannllai m«"»- CHICK, MASH Benedt Party Ig Given— An enjoyable benefit card party ind dance was given at the academy last week Tuesday. There were 24 tables of bridge and 500, after which lunch was served. The remainder of the evening was spent dancing. High score in bridge was won by Robert Finnell and Pete Schumacher won low for the men. Mrs. Tim OVBrien received high score for women, and Mrs. Leo Swanson low. High score in 500 for women was won by Mrs. H. W. Geelan, and ( low by Mrs. A. Buscherfald. High for men was won by Leonard Elbert and low by T. J. Kelly. •Tnnlorg Win from Seniors— The juniors defeated the seniors in a debate in sociology 'Friday Speakers on each side were Rosella Voight and Verdell Lauritzen, junior winners, who affirmed, Resolved that prohibition should be abolished and Lloyd Walker and Esthei Behnke, seniors, who took the negative. Tuesday Bernice Balgemanj Harold Wagner, and Lester Quinn debated, Resolved that divorce should not 'be allowed in Unitec States; against, Wm. Heller,- Grace Carlisle, and Linda Roeber, who opk the negative. t , jf,~, •«!•-' Attend Play at, Garner- Mr, and Mrs. P. L. Jessen and Ruth and Edna Schultz drove to Garner Friday evening to attend a play, Eyes of Love, given by the Lutheran Walther League. They were guests at the Martin Meyer's, who formerly lived in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Jessen returned Friday after the play, Edna and Ruth SchultK staying. Edna returned Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, who visited relatives here. Ruth returned Tuesday evening accompanied by Lois Jante, of Garner, who will visit here for some time. Joe I.tddy Hurt In Cltlcngo— Joe 'Liddy, formerly of Whittemore, now of Chicago, brother of Mrs. Mike McDonnell, . of Whittemore, was a victim of a freak auto accident in Chicago recently. His auto collided with another machine, and the force of the collision tossed his car through a drug store win- clow, and the machine wrecked a soda fountain and fixtures before it stoppeij. Mr, Liddy was unconscious for a half hour, but was unhurt e cept shock and a few bruises. Algona Produce Phone 9-J — Algona Bakin Powde Into Michigan. HoitOM i aa^A, A tniBeeltefte6fig'!shoWe'i> f 'w«« eft Sunday afternoon at the, Mfs. James O'Brtew home fof.Etste aSW- rell, Who Is 1 ti> be married Saturday flt St. Michael's Catholic ehtirch to Albeit Raechs, of Chicago. Commencement Ig M»y 1ft— Commencement; exercises Will be held May 19, .With W. R. HahiH'- ton, of a Mason'City business College, speaker. The valedictorian Is Esther •'Behnke, and the salutatorlan, William Heller.. Fred Wagner Taken Sinltletil.v III— Fred Wagner 'took" suddenly 111 while at'Work last week Wednesday on the section, stricken by high blood pressure and a heart attack. Acnitcmy >'1ne Defeats The academy baseball team won 15-3 In a game on the local diamond Sunday with Clare. • . : Other Whittemore News. Father Wm. Veit performed the ceremony. The bride was dressed in a gown of georgette, and carried a bonquet of sweet peas. The bridesmaid, Helen Dahlhauser, a Bister, wore a pink chiffon dress and carried a bouquet of:pink and white snap-dragons' Paul Bahlhaueer, brother of 'the bride, was • Mr. Waechter's attendant. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Henry Waechter, and Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Turner, of Peorla, 111. The leadore Rohman family, of Rutland, and WHliam Keeker, iPloneer. A wedding dance was given Wednesday evening at the Wiggins' hall in their honor. Ralph Walker, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker, was at Alexander, Iowa,' last week-end assisting T ^tl%'wil^d "Vrf'"''.' ' sfe.^ u Junior-Senior Banquet Lone Rock, Slay 2—fhe junior-' senior banquet \Vatf given at the schoolhousb Friday evening, served by the home economics girls with the help of some of the mothers^ A pirate theme was followed In" the program, with features its follows: Toastmaster, Cant. Kldd, fierneyce Roderick; galleons, Ella 'E\voldt; winds, MarvJt Marlow; crew, John Newbrough; crossbonee, Irene Whitford; duet, Ella Ewoldt and Berneyce Roderick; gang plank, Dorothy Macumber;. hidden treasure, SuptJ Godfrey! 'cross prophecy, -Rob' ert Schmidt; class will, Gladys Nelson; saxophone solo, Mr. Erye. After the banquet the group attended a movie at Burt. • ' Students nt,Single. Festival— Lone Rock entries in the music festival Saturday at v Algona were: GJladys Blerstedt, Inez Lewis, Ella Eiwoldt, Gladys Stebrltz, Dorothy Macumber,« Myrtle Cherland, Berneyce Roderick, Marvil Marlow, Irene Whltford, June Bierle, Dorothy Imogene Bierstedt, Roderick, Holllster, Evelyn 'Blerstedt, Ruby Cherland, Cleo Hobson, Muriel Long, Ray Leeper, George Lang, Eugene Blanchard, and Gordon Prlebe. Three B. B. Games Scheduled— Baseball games scheduled are: Lone Rock at Seneca, 'Friday; at Swea City, next week Tuesday; and at Lone Rock vs. Whittemore next week Friday. Take'Part In Spelldown- Shirley Marlow represented Lone at a closing out'sale of the Walker- Rock in the spelling contest In Al- Roupe grocery stock. They p'lan to ocate in Goldfleld. Ralph returned Saturday. Ralph and Lloyd Walker, Lillian Heidenwith, Lydla Meyer, Rosella Voight and /Edna Schultz spent Sunday evening at Harold Kuecker's playing cards, after which lunch was served. Mrs. Kuecker is a sister of the two Walker boys. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baas, Storden,. Minn., spent Sunday at Wm, Lauck's, north of town, at the Albert Baas home, Burt, and at the William Schmeling home, Emmets- gona Saturday. A St. -Benedict girl won the contest. Surprise for Mrs. Schnltc— Mrs. Frederick Schultz was surprised toy a group of her friends on her birthday Tuesday evening. A lunch wae served. Attend Presbyterian Meeting— The Rev. Mr. Gladstone, .P. M. Christenson, and N. L. Cotton attended a Presbyterian meeting at Estherville last week Wednesday. Viola Heller, student nurse at the Naeve 'hospital at Albert Lea,' Minn., vent to St. Paul last week to take the state board examinations to lualify as a registered nurse. Oscar Schattschneider, working for his sister, Mrs.'Ferdinand Heise, iaston, Minn., visited over the week-end with hjs parents, the August Schattschnelders. A boy was born the past week to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Harvard, Rodman, at the Dr. J. W. McCreery hospital. The 'baby lived only a short time. The Methodist Aid met at Mrs. J. E. Walker's, north of town, last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. A. Bjustrom and Mrs. Elmo Barber assisted. Henry Schultz and Joseph Faber drove to Sioux City Sunday to take a truck 'load of cattle for Mr. Schultz. They returned Monday. Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Woodward attended a dinner dance at .Fort Dodge Friday for veterinarians. There were 120 present. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lauritzen visited Sunday at Otto Hansen's in Fail-field township. Twin girls were born last week to Mr. and Mrs. Jcihn Bisenius. One of the babies lived' but a short time. A boy was born the past week to Mr. and Mrs, Robert Wagner, northwest of town. The John Burnhages, of Guttenburg, are 'visiting their daughter, Mrs. Gerald Braga. Kathryn Haag, Gertrude Kenne and 'Pauline Miller were at Fort Dodge last week. T. F. McGovern, of Clear Lake waa a business 'visitor here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Kollasch, Burt visited Mrs. Kollasclfs parents, the Fred Lehmanns, Friday. The Conrad Knecht family, Al- Depot Agent Is Sick- Agent Micha was ill last week, and Mr. Miles, of Eagle Grove, is taking his place. Other Lone Bock. Mr. and Mrs. Otto C. Laabs, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hoppe, Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Borchardt, Tim Rowley, and Ed Rowley, of Granada, Minn., and the Theodore stwaldt. family, Whittemore, were isitors at Emil Kraft's Sunday. The red Kulan family, of Bancroft, vis- ed at the Kraft's last Thursday. Thomas Mann, of Fort Dodge, vis- ed at H. J. Rice's, Saturday. He is nephew of the Rices. Arthur E. lallory, of Hampton, representative f the Hartford Insurance company, isited the Rices last week Tuesday. Elizabeth Jensen, of Graettinger, ,'ho has "been staying at the E. -M. ensen home "since last Thursday, eturned home Sunday with Mr. nd Mrs. A- H. Hemingsen, who ame for her. Mite society met at 'Harry Hob- ion's last week, and will meet with Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer next week Thursday. John Householder, of Oelwein, isited at Clarence Householder's ast week. He also visited his father, who is ill. Mrs. Fred Wegner went to Iowa Arties DahlliHiiser Is Married— At. 'St. Michael's Catholic church last week Tuesday morning, took place the marriage of Agnes Dahlhauser to Anthony Waechter, of Gilmore City. The bride is a daughtei of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dahlhauser, of Whittemore. Mr. Waechter is a son of Mrs. Henry Waechter, of Peoria 111., and is farming near Gilmore City, where they will make theii home. Alumni Give Benefit Party- Presentation academy alumni sponsored a card party and luncheon at the academy hall Tuesday evening for the benefit of the athletic association. Mrs. T. O'Brien and Robert Finnell held high score in bridge, and Mrs. H. W. Geelan and Leonard Elbert in 500. Mrs. Fuulsfifli at Iowa Clly— Mrs. Hugo Faulstich was rushed to the hospital at Iowa City Sunday and will receive treatment for some time. She was accompanied by her husband, her father, August Gade, and two brothers-in-law, Mr. Herman and William Meyer. Elsie Farrell to Wed— Announcement has been made that Elsie Farrell, employed in Chicago for some time, is to be married Saturday to Albert M. Rechs, at St. Michael's church. The young couple will make their home in Los An- feles. Mr. Rechs is a lawyer. Stanley Munch on College Team- Stanley Munch, of 'Fenton, former resident of Whittemore, and who Is attending Luther college at I corah. Is making good as catcher on the Luther baseball nine. The equad gona, spent Sunday at Theodore Knecht's. English communion services were held Sunday In St. Paul's Lutheran churoh. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. 'bailey visited Sunday at Fonda. A. 'Schmidt was in Salem, S. last week on business. D. ANNUAL REPORT OF USE OF LIBRARY SHOWS RIG GAIN The last two years have seen remarkable increase in the circula tion of books of the public library according to the annual report c Mrs. Lura Sanders, librarian. I 1930 the circulation increased mor than 4,000 over that of the previou year, and 1931, showed an increas of 6.1G9 above 1930. The total number of books circu lated last year was 39,434, with a average daily circulation of 129 Two years ago the circulation wa below 30,000. This may Indicat that the depression has been turn ing people to the library arid t reading for amusement. A significant trend is seen In th fact that only 64 per cent of th adult books circulated were of th fiction classification. In other year the percentage rose as high as 8 per cent. The change is interprete as a tendency toward travel books history, biography, and philoso phical or psychological works. Airs. Sanders reports there 1 also increasing use of the library' facilities by the schools. St. Cecelia' academy pupils, particularly, hav during the last year made more us of books than before. The publi school demand has also risen. An there are more people taking ad vantage of the magazine and news paper racks than has'been custom ary. During 1931 the library purchase 423 new books and discarded 198 Gifts brought the total of new books to 504, so there was a net gain to. the year of 311. There were books rebound, and^ 650 were re paired at the library. Mrs. Sanders failed to sugges that at least a considerable part o the library's Increased popularlt may toe due to the ity last week Tuesday and Thurs- lay was th'e subject of an operation 'or gallstones. Priebe brothers will give a dance n the Lone Rock pavilion Friday vith the Rosebud Kiddies, of Yankton, playing. Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Mlttag are )arents of a baby born recently. Mrs. Mlttag was formerly, the first and second grades teacher here. Mrs. Lillie Worthington has been working at the G. Kueck home for he last week. Mrs. P. M. Christenson and daugh-. :er Marietta visited the former's father at Burt Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich were Sunday visitors at Humboldt with the latter's sister, Mrs. Houck. Harriett Fish, teacher, spent the tveek-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, T. Fish, at Whittemore. Mrs. W. J. Cotton visite'd friends in Estherville last week Wednes- dqy. The Sewing club will meet with Mrs. Calvin Householder this Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mangan, Algona, visited at W. J. Cotton's Sun- day. Mrs; Cotton id their daughters Mr. and Mrs. firnest Krueger, Of Burt, were Sunday guests at the Charles Morris home. 'Earl Griffiths, Algona, candidate, for auditor, was here one day last week. ' N, L. Cotton attlnded an insurance meeting In Algona last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Halsman are the parents of a girl, born last week Tuesday. ' The Otis Sanders/family visited at the Wm, Sanders and Thotnas Lynch homes at Swea City Sunday. The Auxiliary will meet at Ira Newbt'ough's east of Burt next week Wednesday. ' The La!rkln club, met at Calvin Householder's 'Friday. FORMER ATTORNEY HERE OWNS DAIRY COW WITH RECORD I. C. (Fat) Hastings, Algona's first H. S. football coach, seems to 'have absorbed Judge Quarton's dairy cow predilections during the two or three years following graduation from the Iowa City law college when he was associated with the 'Judge here In the practice of law, though apparently the Judge's flair for Guernseys did not "take." Since Mr. Hastings moved to Garner he has become a leading Hancock county lawyer, prominent enough this year to have been among prospects in his district for state senator, but, according to reports, he Is nowadays even more. Interested in dairy farming than' in law and politics. The foregoing serves to Introduce the following •• clipping from ' last week's Garner Signal: 'From the name of the subject of this sketch, Jessie AlcaYtra Cornucopia Piebe, one might get the impression that we are speaking of some of the old world's nobility, but such is not the case. Our subject Is a Junior two-year-old Holstein heifer, the property of Attorney I. C. Hastings, and this dame occupies a stall in the dairy barn of Mr. Hastings' farm east of town. According to an article supplied by the Holstein-'Frelslan association of America, with headquarters at Madison, Wis., this heifer Is an outstanding specimen of her breed, and is gltfen rank as the sixth best in the state for butterfat production, for her age and division. This heifer, we will call her Jessie, for short, has just completed .her first year under test. During the year period she produced' 22,970.2 pounds of milk and 726.3 ipouncls of butterfat on four milkings a day. The association article' goes . on to state that this Is as much as five average dairy cows produce. Jessie was purchased by Mr. Hastings when she was a yearling. He now owns her mother and three 'half-sisters. From such foundation stock, Mr. Hastings should have no trouble in assembling a world-beating herd of Holstelns. The average daily grain ration Jessie received under test was 20 •pounds-of a mixture of corn and cob meal, oilmeal, cotton seed meal, oats, and corn gluten. Her roughage 'was 30 pounds silage, 5 pounds beet pulp, 12 pounds alfalfa hay, and pasture 180 days. CENTURy Model D Sensational NEW LOW PR|( •AVI tint. $•»• ttopf. S«v* money. Tti« 1 Mriil D b y**n MW at th* lewut i with FLOATING FUME, it .nd, foL, "-' —1». Optrata! actually chi«pi SimpU. Fully • P *»rv Cidiur* Burner *WP"" *•"" ••*»•••• «»^ ™»-M»IS, IT mna> torivir i, £ f *•••*•*•** • T»^i _^!«A **J fu*l M*.IA ^ •-- __i..»ii , * JtffCMvci tht l-Hov noiMi «M Tmi wMfv> wvvfifvi actually chftpir Mini iBttrnlUtnt FAC- Hlfhait quality." SimpU. Fully automatic. E«il. J!?JfA.?«?op£Slt «"*«"» '"•»•"•'• *• V" ** r »' d «v. N. S Hone. ProTt»th«Per- C«d*r kapldl. lawa. . Hone. ProvnthcPtr. C«d*r ' tact Pcrfarwaca af Laing & Muckey Algona, Iowa D2. Automatic Oi\ Burner YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME FRIDAY ASP SATURDAY SPECIALS VNCO EXTRACT RED PITTED CHERRIES No. 2 can, 2 for LU VERNE WOMAN WEDDED TO W, E, QUINN, BANCROFT Lu Verne, May 3 — Last week Tuesday the marriage of Mrs. .Lulu Miller Richards, 'Lu Verne, and W. E. Quinn, Bancroft, was solemnized at the Catholic church, St. Benedict, the Rev. Father Loeffelholz officiating. The couple were attended by Margaret Quinn, sister of the bridegroom, and George Merrill, both of Bancroft. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller, Lu Verne, a number of relatives and friends attending. The new Mrs. Quinn, who had been telephone exchange operator at Bancroft three ^years, was promoted a. year ago to exchange. Bancroft, where Mr. Quinn conducts a transfer business. - CHURCHS GRAPE JUICE, QUART bti. 32c SPANISH SALTED PEANUTS POUND BAG—. 9c PINT JAR KRAFT KITCH.EN FRESH MAYONNAISE \_.._. 25c BACON Squares, POUND lOc F ATU/FII PDFQ Strawberry and LH I HtLL intO. Raspberry, 2 Ib. jar_. CALMUT BAKING POWDER 25c Gold Medal BISQUICK In just a few minutes you make the Baking Powder Biscuits for. the - Strawberry Shortcake, pkj manager ot the Clarion The couple will live at *<-<* v Noises* at night... Prowlers,,. 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