Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1932 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1932
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TWO KOS8UTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA $ 2.48 The most extraordinary find since Columbus discovered America. 600 pairs of men's shoes and oxfords to be sold right straight across the board at $2.48. This lot consists of $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00 shoes and oxfords, all go into one jack pot at, your choice for $2.48. Nobody ever saw such shoes for the money. Shoes from the leading shoe factories of the United States, shoes that will stand up, look well, and wear like iron, all new and up-to-date. It seems almost too good to be true. Do not ask me where I got them, or how I got them. If I told you all about this deal they would have me in jail. Ask no questions, just come in and save from $1.50 to $2.50 on each pair you buy. You are sure to buy when you see them. Anybody of sound mind and with $2.48 in his pocket is sure to carry home a pair. We are turning over what money we take in for shoestrings to the school nurse to help her care for the needy children. Yours, "Shoestring Jimmie." Jimmie Neville "The Shoe Man" Algona, la. Ford leads in Kossuth Co. Ford leads in Iowa Ford Car June _.15 July __12 Aug. . _ 8 2nd Misc. FordP'cent Car Cars of Total 10 4 52 5 3 60 4 0 66 KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 434 AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa Service— —Saleg Paint Now is the time to do your fall painting. '''• We have a complete line of the Devoe INSIDE AND OUTSIDE Paints, Enamels, Tarnishes, and Kalsomines. Botsford Lumber Co. JIM FOOL, Manager Phone 256 Chevrolet Buy one of our good Used Cars One 1930 Chevrolet Sedan One 1929 Whippet Coach One 1930 Chevrolet Coach One 1931 Chevrolet Coach Big Reduction in Glass and Parts KOHLHAAS BROS. PHONE 200 MISSION FEST AT LU VERNE NEXT SUNDAY Lu Verne, Sept, 27—A mission festival will be held at the local Lutheran church next Sunday, with German services In the morning conducted by the Rev. Mr. Wegner, Terril, and English services In the afternoon by the Rev. Paul Heinke, Spirit Lake, following which the Rev. Mr. .Kabelltz, Fenton, will give a report of synod. The local women will serve noon lunch to out-of-town gueste. Ln Verne People Help Hospital— The Women's Auxiliary to the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge held open' house lost week Wednesday In an unfinished part of • the building, and gifts of fruit, vegetables, jellies, etc., were^ contributed. Attending from Lu Verne were Ales- dames Albert and Fred Schneider, L. Eustace, Frank and William Moeding, A. J. Eason, R. Wegener, William Tiede, and the -Rev. and Mrs, Wittenburg. , ; Club Meets In the Country—The Progressive Woman's club met at the country home of Mrs. George Hanselman Friday. Eleven members and two guests, Mrs. L. Wittenburg and Mrs. A. J. Easen, took part In a study of South America led by -Mrs. Harold'Phillips, and Mrs. Ray Stone gave a . musical reading, "September." The next meeting will be held at Mrs. Aaron Steussy's. Joint Lutheran T. P. Party— A bonfire 50 feet long in the Elmer Gronbach pasture, near the Des Mrtnes river, was the setting last week Tuesday, when the Lutheran young p~eople here entertained the Lutheran young people from West Bend. Games were played, and when the fire had burned down to coals, wieners and marshmallows were toasted. 'Ninety-six persons attended. Pastor Officiates at Wedding— The BacMeleys went to Woolstock Sunday, and at the home of the bride's parents, near town, the Rev. Mr. Baddeley married Marie Schutt to Herbert Callies. Adeline Schutt was bridesmaid; Wesley Baddeley, best man. Buddeley Off for Conference— The Rev. Mr. Baddeley left Tuesday for Soiux City to attend the Northwest Iowa Methodist Conference. Mrs. Harry. Lichty is lay delegate; Mrs. Peter Thompson, alternate, and Mrs. Baddeley will also attend. "Between Us" Club Meets— The Bntre Mous bridge club met at Mrs. A. J. Eason's last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. R. L. Corbin won high; Norma Portridge, a travel prize. Mrs. Eason was assisted by Mrs. C. B. Huff. Xewlyweds in Visit Here— Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hoseley, of Bellville, Wis.; visited the Henry Kublys last week. They were married last week Tuesday and came to Iowa for a wedding trip. Elmer is a cousin of Mrs. Kubly. Andersons Hare Missouri Cafe— Chris Anderson came last week Wednesday from Mayville, Mo., where he recently purchased a cafe, and Mrs. Anderson, who'had been at Lebyard Defeats Grant But Loses to Titonka *mn*^~ 'Ledyard, Sept. 2t—The Orant consolidated ball team played here last ween Tuesday evening and won, 6-3. Friday the locals went to Titonka, and were again defeated, 6-2. The line-up is: pitchers, Marvin Junker- nieler and Jack Motilton; catcher, Irvin Kllnksiek; first base, Alfred Lloyd; 2nd, Tllmer Halvorson or Leonard Warner; 3rd, William Barnes; short, Kenneth Thorripson; 1. f., Paul Nltz; center, Paul Hol« comb; r. f., Russell Nelson. Bird Expert Gives Lecture— Air. Jenson, a bird expert from Alinnesota, gave a lecture before the school last Thursday afternoon. He had a number of birds mounted, and he told of their habits, nests* and where they migrated. He said the chimney swift was the fastest bird, flying 135 to 150 miles an hour, and It Is a bird that dies In the air. S. S. Teachers Are Chosen—The Sunday school board met v last Thursday and elected teachers: 1st class, Marjorie : Ma.tze.ner; 2nd, Mrs. Ralph Olson; Intermediate, Mrs. D. B. Mayer; juniors, Mrs. Edward Knoner; high school age, Mrs. V. A. Barrett; Young People, Virgil Barrett; adults, Air. Nelson. Mrs. Arpke Loses Brother-ln-I/aw— Airs. Addle Arpke received word last Thursday of the death of a brother-in-law, the Rev. William Arpne, Chilton, Wis. attend the funeral. She, did not Methodist Pastor at Conference—* There will be no Methodist services next Sunday, as the pastor will, be at conference at Sioux City. Sunday school will be at the regular hour. Evelyn Mayne Has Birthday— A surprise birthday party was given Saturday for Evelyn Mayne. Lunch was served at the Motor Inn Cafe. 'Nine girls attended. Pupils Take Standard Tests— Standard achievements tests were given all pupils from the second to ninth grades last week Monday. Other Ledyard News. Adelaide Randall spent the weekend at her home at Mason City. Mildred Granner visited at Cedar Falls Saturday and Sunday. Ruth Jones spent the week-end at Algona with her sister, Mrs. Edward Gen rich. The William Flynns entertained at Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. M. Flynn, the Leo Flynns, the Jos. Alurrays, the Fred Gordons, Buffalo Center, and the Ray Gordons, here. Mrs. Edward Halvorsan's mother, Airs. L. A. Kallestad, Frost, and Mrs. Anton Amundson, Seattle, visited here Monday, and she took them to Frost Tuesday. Mrs. Chas. Gable and Atr. and Airs. Heetland, Lakota, left Sunday for Cherokee to get Chas. Gable. They went on to Greenfield to vielt the Edward Christs. Atesdames Moulton, Olson, Thompson, and Plnge! 'entertained ' the Methodist Aid at the church last Thursday. Dues are now lOc, Mr. and Alre. Frank Redlnger, Des Alolnes, spent from last week Wednesday to Friday with Airs. Blanche Jenks. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Laurltzen, Frank Aloulton, and Marjorie Stranahan fished at Koronas ( over the week-end. Mrs. Martin Gable and her children returned Sunday, after a week with the former's parents at Pequot, Minn. , The 'Howard Maynes visited at the Will -Thorns home, Fairmont, Sunday. Will is an uncle of Airs. Mayne. The Frank Kelleys, 'Delores Afayne, and Mrs. Thackeray visited at Ross Browning's Sunday. The J. T. Welfares and Airs. Charles Hllferty were at Mason City Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Gene -Worden, Elmore, called on friends here Sunday evening. Mrs. Leon Worden will visit her parents at Serteca this week till Wednesday. • Air. and Mrs. Wm. Weinberger returned from Alihvaukee last Thursday. . i William Knoner and Opal Dorsey attended the Spencer fair Saturday. Thirteen-hour devotions were held at the Sacred Heart church Sunday. The V. A. Barretts spent 'Sunday at Charles Raney's, near Livermore. Airs. Ella Gelhaus entertained her club last week Tuesday evening. Ira Link, Swea City, visited her brothers Roy and Sam Friday. The Glen Ya'hnkes spent last Thursday at -Buffalo,Center. Jennie Stamm, Estherville, visited Belle Anderson \last week. William WIemer visited at Van Aleter over the week-end. Alice Aloulton went to Algona Friday to visit a cousin. Mrs. Alary Welsh has moved the Brand house. to FOODS CANNED AT SWEA CITY FOR PUPILS 'Swea City, Sept. 27—The women of the community are cooperating with the Smith-Hughes department of the schools at canning vegetables and fruit for hot lunches for farm pupils and such town pupils as need it, all without charge, under the direction of Mary Sej'lor, head of the girls' Smith-Hughes work. Up to now 450 quarts have been canned, including tomatoes, vegetable- soup, went home with I W. P. Godfrey's, im Thursday. Vloco of Mrs. Jones Dies— The Byron Jones family attended he funeral of Arthilda Dietscher, 4-year-old niece of Mrs. Jones, at ( • Holmes Sunday. Byron was one of ix cousins who served as pallbear- rs. Change In Station Agents— L. L. Ramer, C. & N.-W. station agent here 12 years, left last week Wednesday for a new post at Gran- •ille. A Mr, Lane, of Toledo, Is new gent here. Seniors Spring 1 Bnby Pictures- Guessing seniors from baby pic- :ures was among contests the sen- ors provided for underclassmen and teachers at the gymnasium Fiday night. Poison Oak Victim Recovers— Vera Wegner has returned to her work at the telephone office, after two weeks of poison oak poisoning. Other Lu Verne News. Mrs. Cyrus Ebersole, with Mr. and Mrs. William Ebersole and their son Paul, all of Toledo, were week-end visitors at C. H. Lichty's, where a family dinner was served Sunday noon at which the J. L., P. C,, L H., and Harry Lichtys were also guests. The Lutheran Aid meets next week Thursday in the church basement; Mrs. Gottlieb Hanselman hostess. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty spen last week Tuesday at Des Moines where they attended a food show. Billy and Bobby Chapman attend ed a party given by Barbara Jam Moseley at Goldfield Saturday. Rufus Schott was taken to For Dodge for u.n appendicitis operation last week Wednesday evening. The Floyd Zentners returned las week Wednesday from a visit a Chris Gronbach's, Omaha. The Elwin Hubers are at Peter son, where Mr. Huber has employ ment on a paving job. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Guy are par ents of a daughter, born last week Sunday night. Mrs. E. J. Skinner, Algona, epen Sunday with her daughter, Supt Kate Skinner. Teacher and Mrs. E. Zietz wer< dinner guests at Garner Friday evening. The Methodist W. M. S. will mee next week Thursday with Mrs. Ray Stone. Mrs. V. Mitchell, Fort Dodge has been visiting Mrs. Hugh Colwel The W. B. Masons were Sunday guests at Tom Mason's, Clarion. by the Thursday club and private parties. The women either gathered at the schoolhouse or took cans home and filled them. 'Last week Wednesday the teachers asked pupils to bring quart or two-quart ans or syrup pails. Following con- ributions are desired: 23 bus. pota- oes; 10 bus. carrots; 400 quarts omatoes, onions, cabbage, beans, ggs, apples, sauerkraut, canned jeas, fresh meats, etc. Patrons are also asked to donate cream by the int, chickens, whole milk by the gallon, butter, and skim-milk occas- onally. There are 160 children who need this service. Mothers are asked to help at serving, taking turns at assisting Miss Seylor and the lome-making girls. The Smith- Hughes boys are preparing pits for •ceeplng of the vegetables, under the lirectlon of Mr. Sweany, Smith- Hughes director. Betty Holdcroft has Morningside college. reenteret Horse Kicks Boy, Whittemore, Sept. 27—The 4-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Claud Right, Falrville, was kicked 'Friday afternoon by a horse, and was brought to the McCreery hospital where a plaster of paris cast was put on his neck. He was taken home Monday. Pool Hall Projected— A buHding owned by Robinson Brothers, Hampton bankers, was •oofed and otherwise repaired las' week. It was formerly the Kelsey pool hall, J. M. Dye, agent, is supervising the repairs. The building has been rented by John Gills, who will operate a pool hall. Mr. Gills was formerly a hotel manager a Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Gills will ociupy rooms over the Herald office. The pool hall will open the first week in October. Auxiliary Officers Are Elected— Last week Tuesday evening the Legion Auxiliary elected officers president, Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson; vice Mrs. G. D. Curtis; second vice, Mrs Clyde Sanborn; secretary, Fern Walker; treasurer, Mrs. L. A. Hag lund; chaplain, Mrs. W. F. Leland sergeant-at-arms, Amanda Looft The Auxiliary is soliciting good usec clothing for needy families, schoo clothing especially. Methodists Compliment Doctor Leas The Methodists held ^heir fourf quarterly conference last week Mon day evening, and after busines there was a social hour complimen tai-y to.Dr. and Mrs. W H.. Lease this being Mr. Lease's last appear ance here, his 6-year term as dls trlct superintendent being about expire. Gun Shoot Draws Crowd— A large crowd gathered for th first meeting of the Gun club, mile south of town, Sunday. No hig scores were made, because of th high wind. The men plan anothe shoot soon. Sunday's shooting wa practice work. State Sends 46 Books— The public library has received 4 books from the state traveling 11 brary. The local library can buy n books, for its money is tied up J the closed Lakota bank. Thirt books are for adults; 16 are juve niles. Locals Defeat Night Owls— A night ball game at the par north of town last Thursday drew fair-sizied crowd. The Detrpit Nigh Owls proved to be a mediocre team Swea City won, 1S-9. Another game will be played soon . Grant Aid Names Officers— The Grant Aid has elected officers: president, Mrs. Effie Curtis; vice president, Mrs. Effie Asher; secretary, ' Mrs. Leonard Mino; treasurer, Mrs. Otto Kelley. Women Injured In Falls— Mrs. Olof Pearson fell one clay last week and broke a bone in one of her wrists, and Mrs. Richard Newton also fell, dislocating her knee. Other Swea City. The "high school girls' Glee club erved home-made ice cream, pie, ake, and coffee in the Haglund uilding on main street Saturday veiling, the proceeds to be used to- •arde buying uniforms. The Thursday club met at Mrs. M. Dye's last week. Mrs. Ira Hewitt and Mrs. Oscar Pearson had harge of a program on present-day olitics. Mrs. Daniel Dye, of Clear Lake, was a guest. Clara Thomson, Kensal, N. D., vho had spent the summer -vyHh er sister, Mrs. Jos. J. Sherman, Bancroft, has been visiting friends lere. She formerly clerked at the Velson store. Dick Berg, Walter Engstrom, Harold Christiansen, and Mr. Peter- eon left Sunday to fish at Lake Winnebigoshish in northern Mlnne,- sota. Mrs. N. E. Noble, who had been ivlth her daughter, Mrs. Samuel Warburton, for some time, returned to her home at Lakota last Thursday. The Immanuel Lutheran church served a chicken supper in the church dining room -Friday evening, and a large crowd attended. Raymond Larson, Clayton Roalson, and Clarence Hovey, Waldorf college, Forest City, spent the week-end with their parents. The 'Rev. and Mrs. B. L. Weaver left Monday for the Methodist conference at Sioux City. Theo Hovey spent the week-end with her parents. Miss Hovey teaches at Haifa. The Frank Thomsons spent Sunday at Buffalo Center. WHIHEMORE GIRL, ALGONI AN, MARRIED AT FOUR CORNERS Four Corners, Sept. 2? — Laei Thursday morning, at the Good Hope parsonage, took place the marriage of Irene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Walker, Whittemore, ,to Orvllle, son of Air. and Mrs. Wilbur Holdren, Algona. The couple was attended by Mr. and Airs. Lewis Broesder, sister and brother-in-law of the bride., The bride wore ft ellk gown of autumn brown, and the bridesmaid a silk dress the color of ashes of roses. Each carried a bouquet of autumn flowers. The Rev, A. H. Wood, pastor at Good Hope, performed the ceremony. A family wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents. The newlyweds will live In a tenant house on the Philip Hargreaves farm, where the bridegroom will pick corn., , ' , Other Four Corners. The M. & D. club met last Thursday with Airs. Edna Alitchell, 25 persons attending, -and roll call was answered with favorite pets. The song for 'the day was Nellie Gray and a talk was given by Mrs. Quen- tln Bjustrom on a trip she and her husband made recently. The next meeting will be at Ida Nlckerson's October 6. Mr. and Airs. Joseph Elbert, with Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel, Whittemore, parents of Airs. Elbert, spent Friday at Sherburn, Minn., attending the funeral of a Airs. Studer, cousin of Airs. Elbert. L. J. Lowman and the Everett Withams attended the Spencer fair last Thursday, and Mrs. . Herman Lindeman, Mildred Robinson, and Mrs. Estella Seip attended Friday. A large number of relatives and friends gathered at Arch Walker's Friday night to charivari Mr. and Mrs. Orville Holdren. Ice cream was served. Air. and Airs. Edmond Larson and Mrs. Etna Alitchell came home last week Alonday from visits with relatives in southern Iowa and Illinois. Mrs. Lurhl Fessler, Ringsted, her children, and her sister Evelyn spent last week Wednesday and Thursday at the parental J. P. Nlckerson's. J. P. Nickerson and his son-in- law, Lurhl Fessler, Ringsted, spent last week Wednesday and Thursday with relatives in southern Iowa, Robert Walker, Cecil Bjustrom, Russell Walker, and Ralph Walker, Whittemore, spent last Thursday at the Spencer fair. The Carl Seips went to Thor last Thursday to see an aunt of Air. Seip who is critically 111. 29. n I COMA » ) 1 .•' you au«6 __. HUB BEEN DELIVERED ?-»OON DUtt ANYWHERE j&NOKTON&SON For Good Coal Call Us F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Proper public sapper! of the IOWA COAL industry can do. more toward alleviating unemployment in tb's state than any other. Every three tons of IOWA* COAL mined equals a day's work of an Iowa miner. In addition, it represents employmenrfor railroad men, truck drivers .and others affiliated with mining and transportation, Before yon order your winter's fuel please remember this ... within Tour hands and those of every low* atuen rests the power to bring em- plovment, shelter, food and warmth to the families of Iowa miners and laboring men. ork f 20% to as 50% over foreign fuels. But more important at this time, it represents employment for your own fe!iow<iU*enf. WCOAL rs&r- ^jfaAWuJtA NEW 1933 PHILCO Union Woodrow' Sarchet, who was graduated from the Algona high school last spring, is now at Marquette, Mich., studying public school music at a state normal school. Meanwhile he is living with his brother Mervin. The boys are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Sarchet. Last week Sunday the Herman Willretts entertained the H. A. Normans, Algona, and the Rudolph Willretts. This week Sunday Mrs. Claude Ackerman, Burt, entertained a group which Included the Herman Willetts and Gertrude Sage. Mrs. Joseph Leinlnger Sr., who had made her home for some months with her daughter,- Mrs. Rudolph Will, returned to the old home in Lotts Creek township last week Monday. A son is with her. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leason, son Alfred, and a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Robert Leason Jr., were at Spencer last week Wednesday, attending the Clay county fair. 'Florence Goetz, who has been employed at A. B. Schenck's for the last several months, went to Ledyard Saturday to help with the housework at her home, and Paul •Schenck, 3V&, accompanied h«r for a visit. . The M. & D. club will meet October $ with Mesdames Luella Schenck and Helen Vogel, Burt; program: roll call, school recollections; paper. Teachers of Note, Mrs. Mary Sarcb- ett; paper, T>o Athletes Play So Important a Part In Ou* School Life? Mrs. V*eta Sarchet. , now ~~ *• 'Wl line of n«w 1933 model Phllco Balanced Unit lUdio*, Presenting NnMtiooal improvement* developed In tn* Phllco laboratories. 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