Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1932 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 3, 1932
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PAGE TWO MUSIC FEST GIVEN BY H,S, AT SWEA CITY Swea Oity, Nov. 1—The Swea City high school gave a music festival last week Friday evening to a full house. The program follows: Orchestra; clarinet solo, Dorothy Christiansen; cornet solo, Everett Kulander; baritone solo, Bobby Haglund; violin solo, Frances •Thomson; song, eight grade boys; •song, second glee club; cornet solo, sRalmer Jenson; saxophone solo, Clare Parsons; trombone solo, Rog- •er Linde; selections, boys, Glee club; vocal solo, Ralph Stockman; clarinet solo, Edith Dahl; cornet solo, Gilford Smith; violin solo, Mae Peterson; sousaphone solo, Sidney Hutchinson; cornet eolo, Ardyce Dahl; selections, girls' Glee club; selections by band. • Aid Furnishes Store Clerks— Mr. and Mrs. Brcnyn, proprietors «f the variety store, Saturday used •clerks from the Methodist Aid. giving the organization a percentage of "Bales. Bcrnice Smith and Dorothy Christiansen clerked in the fore•noon Marie Jacobs and Mae Rholine -In the afternoon, and Rena Haglund .Tind Grace -Ditsworth in the even- fng. The organization also served Jhot doughnuts, pumpkin pie and •toffee in the rear of the store. Ledyard Saddened by Death of Joe Jenks Ledyard, N&v. 1—The community here was saddened Hurt Thursday morning to hear of the death of Joe Jenks at Bancroft. Mr. Jenks was reared here at Ledyard and made frequent visits here to his parent 8 , Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Jenks. (Funeral held from the Baptlet Many from funeral. Among services were church'at Bancroft, here attended the the H. D. Maynes, Ed Halvorsons, Koran, Tlll- and Mayer, Pingle, Dyer, L. A. Junker- there were: James Welfares, Mesdames Weinberger Moulton, and money, Thompson, Messrs. Carpenter, Anderson, Baumann meier, Leon Worden, Ed Looft, George George Hagge.^ Ij Thl L^d" ^ota W. w£ H£«H son and M^^'p. o£ A , g0 na. •burg, and Fenton had the lives, Dolllver was towns represented most representa- second. Other were Lakota, and Emmetsburg Tlrst Conference Is Held— The Rev. Mr. Muhleman held the iifirst quarterly conference of the Methodist church year last week "Tuesday evening. This was the first •conference held here by Rev. Muhle- •jnan as new district superintendent. "Eeports were given from the different departments of the church and •work was planned for the year. 100 Attend Methodist Aid- Mrs. T. F. Johnson, Mrs. Buell •Pearson, nnd Mrs. Harold Ditsworth entertained the Methodist Aid last 'Week Wednesday with 100 present. StSrs. Mary Moats had devotions and 3VTrs, (Frank Thomson the program The date of the annual bazaar was set for December 10. :Shoots Two Canadian Geose— Last week Carl Anderson shot •two Canadian wild geese in Eagle township, the male weighing 12 pounds. Roy Anderson also shot two geese in Eagle township, getting' four ducks and one goose with •one shot. They found the geese on plowed ground. nd'she and Mrs. Hamquist sang vo duets A pot-luck dinner was eld. ttond College Tlhe V. A. Barretts left late and two Ledyard alumni, Rol- nd OaWe and Elmer Zletake. There as a large crowd present and Up- er won from Luther 6-0. Irs. James Welfare Surprised— Twenty-two relatives met at Alert West's last Thursday evening nd then went to James Welfare's to urprise Mrs. Welfare in honor of ler birthday. \lilford visited here over the weekend. Mr., and Mrs. Loren Keeling, or Renwick, visited Miss Kitley Sun- lay. The J. T. Heaneys, of Burt, fipent Sunday at Tlce Brack's. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. JunklnS, of Omaha, left for their home Sunday. "Born, to the Aellt Troffe last week Monday night, a ten-pound boy. Mrs. Edward Knoner was In Lakota last week Monday. dene Worden, of Elmore, were at Leon Worden's Sunday. William Welmer spent the weekend at Van Meter. GRESGO CLUB HAS HALLOWEEN PARTY AT SHELTER HOUSE South Cresco, Nov. 1—Members of the Mothers £ Daughters club and families and guests held a Halloween party at the shelter house of the Call state park 'Friday evening. Mesdames O. S. Moore, C. Reaper, P. C. Parks and H. Bjelland were committee in charge of decorating and entertainment. Ghosts turned •into neighbors, and other unmasked at 10 o'clock. Prizes for etunts and contests were won by Perry Phillips, E. C. Potter, Evelyn Dutton, Mesdames Bjelland, and Martin, Florence Gast, Seneca, a week-end uest at the Reapers' won two priz- s. Luncheon was served at 11:30. he club will be entertained -Novem- er 10 by Mre. L, A. Potter. LU VERNE CLUB HAS TIE VOTE FOR PRESIDENT Lu Verne, Nov. 4—All county federated clubs were urged to hold meetings, before election with citizenship as the subject, so the J. J» club held one at Mrs. Harold Soren- «iHi a t»6, and cooked lundh, tnntor C. H. ttiin MMflnertde-^ Members and leaders of the Junior C. E. had a masquerade party In the Sunday school rooms of the church ast week Tuesday - evening* 20 at- representing witches, son's Friday. Each member gave a duty of a good citizen at roll call, and Mes- danies Harry Llchty, Charles Wolf, and Walter Merkle read papers. Mrs. Edw. Dehnert conducted a straw vote, which resulted iin a tie, eight for Hoover, eight for Roosevelt. Louis Murpliy .won most votes for Senator; Turner for governor. Mrs. Lawrence Miller was Initiated. The next meeting will be a Husband's party at Dehnert's the evening November 11. of School Society G-tves Program — Nineteen mothers and friends attended Delphian society program In the grammar room Friday. There was a puppet show and Velma Bowman an'd Mary Farrell gave readings; Jack Holdcroft and Phi Lichty two cornet solos; Elinor Mae Woito, .Phyllis Llchty, and Dolores Voss, a piano trio; and a group of five sang a selection. The Cleon- lans are to- give a puppet show and program also. nnlor Class Play Pleases— The junior play, His Best Investment, was well attended 'Friday night. The band played three numbers and the rhythm band gave several numbers. Auxiliary Have Pnrfy— The Legion post and Auxiliarj iheld a party in the Legion room 3?Yiday with about 50 present Bridge, five hundred, and rook wer 3>Iayed, and lunch served. Other Swea City. Mrs. Minnie Stone, sister of D. Vultz and Mrs. Ed Peterson, ha «pent several days around Swe ••City visiting relatives and friend "Mrs. Stone, whose home was for •roerly here, is a matron in the home '<Q» neglected children in Toledo. Mrs. Addle Lee, of ElmelDurg-, N. TT., visited last week at Rupert Kidge's. Mrs. Lee, an aunt of Mra. Itidge, is on a coast-to-coast trip, stopping to visit relatives in several •States. Mrs. Ridge had not seen .fcer aunt for 35 years. The Cardinal's dance in the Legion tiall October 21 netted the boys $310. Reutzel's orchestra furnished the •music. They are giving another <lance this week Thursday. The 'Norwegian Lutheran church •women served a waffle supper in the church basement Saturday evening. The supper was well attended. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schmidt and Mrs. Howard Otterson visited Mrs. Schmidt's parents, Mr. and Mre. T. V. Johnson, last week. Mrs. Ira Hewitt spent eevera 1 <Jays in Cedar Rapids last week representing- the local Eastern Star a a state convention. T. F. Johnson, telephone manager attended a meeting of telephon •managers In Emmetsburg last week Thursday. Another Straw Vote. Blue Earth, Nov. 1—The Klwani •club here took a straw vote on prea Merit last week Monday noon. Th •result was: Hoover, 19; Roosevelt, two. Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen Marjorle Stranahan, Irvin Klinksiek, Marvin Junkermeier, and Wilson Brack attended homecoming at Upper Iowa Saturday. Mrs. Underkofler and Mrs. Dana of Britt, were here Friday. Mrs Dana is a cousin of T\ S. Jenks and visited there while Mrs. Underkofle: looked after business. The George Thompsons were a Mrs. Herbert Burlingame's at Al gona Sunday, and called at th George Simmons and the Lon homes. Sirs. Wm. Flynn, son Lawrenci were in Elmore last week Monda •morning to see Dr. Sommers abou tho latter, who has infection on hi nkle. Mra. Jack Welfare received word st Thursday of the death of her ather, August Straeke, of Decklo, da. .Burial was -made there. Mrs. Robert Johns, of Newton, isited at Blanche Jenks' and at- ended the funeral of Joe Jenks aturday. Messrs. Garry, Granner, Peterson, nd Dorsey went to Minneapolis Saturday to attend a football game. John Manthei seriously Injured is thumb while working at the >eet dump last week Tuesday. L. W. Welmer, George Moulton, .nd L. A. Nitz were at Spirit Lake hunting Saturday and Sunday. 'Wm. Wenzell, Mrs. Sprank, and Lila Hamm were In lAlgona last week Wednesday. Mrs. Edward Knoner was hostess to the Sewing Circle a week ago Monday. The Methodist Aid will meet with Mrs. F. O. Johnson at Lakota this Thursday. The Earl Jenks, of Blue Earth spent Sunday with Mrs. Blanche Jenks. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Redinger let Saturday for their home at 'De: Moines Mrs. Strand's brother-in-law frorr Other South Cresco. Ralph Brown, Ray, Ariz., arrived unday afternoon at the home of is parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. irown. Mrs. Brown is visiting a later and others at Marshalltown efore coming here. Both were Taduate* from Iowa state college t Ames. Ralph will assist with orn husking, and later has a posi- ion teaching. He has been with a 3opper mining company two and ne-hal£ years. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Applegate and Doris, Corwith, were visitors Sunday ,t the E. C. Potter's. Among those vho also attended the funeral of August Johnson, a brother, Mr. and Mrs. "Nat" Johnson, Cherokee, were quests Friday night at 'F. L. Mll- ,er's. Hazel Dutton left last week Wednesday to stay with her aunt Mrs. Wallace McArthur, at Good Hope. Wallace is recovering from an appendicitis operation at Kossuth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox and the H I. Sabins were guests Sunday a Mrs. Estella Sabin's. The P. M. Er icksons visited at A. A. Sterling's] in Algona. The M. C. Worsters accompanied the M. E. Worsters to Emmetsburg and Curlew and were guests Sunday of the Roy Worsters at Ottosen. Mrs. F. L. Miller left Monday for a few days .visit with her daughter, Mrs. L. H. Crawford, at Minneapolis. Another son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Steve Loss Thursday. Foiir-H Girls Meet Saturday Ruth Neal was hostess to the 4-H club Saturday ndght, Nine members told something about floor coverings n response to roll call. Cora Mae ttasterson reviewed the year's music xnd gave a talk on .material and deign for bed spreads. At the next meeting, at iElsie Hunt's, Mrs. Paul Leaverton, H. D. A., will .give a demonstration on reflnlsMng furni- ure. Tuesday Club StwUes Citizenship— The Tuesday club met last week vith Mrs. 'Frank Chambers. This vas a citizenship meeting, and roll call was answered with "Why I Should Vote." Mrs. H. E. Peltzke read a paper on Citizenship, and Mrs. William Baddeley gave a reading. A discussion on what constitutes a good citizen followed. Iiiitheran Pupils Give Program— Children of the Lutheran day school gave a reformation program at the church Sunday night under the direction of Teacher E. Zeitz. It consisted of songs, questions, answers, music, by the choir, and a talk by the Rev. Mr. Wittenburg. Girl Scouts Make Hike— The Girl Scouts and their leader, Norma Partridge, went on a hike Saturday to Henry Gelshecker's, four miles west of town, where they made candy, then went outdoors, lending, ghosts, etc. QMiiHerly Conference I* Meld— The Rev. G. L. Bergaman, (Port Dodge, conducted quarterly conference at the Evangelical church Saturday evening and Holy Communion at the Sunday morning service. Ribs Broken In Fall— F. H. Hlntz slipped on porch steps at .his home 'Saturday and fell, fracturing four ribs. Other Ln \erne News Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zeitz, Fairmont, spent the week-end with their son, Teacher E. Zeitz, of the Lu* theran parochial school. The junior Mrs. Zeitz le-wlth her parents at New Ulm, where her grandfather 4s sick. The Evangelical Missionary society meets this week Thursday at the country home of Mrs. William Marty; Esther Merkle, leader; Mrs Lewis Merkle, lesson study In the mission study book. The Rev. L. Wittenburg and his family returned Friday . from two weeks with Mrs. Wlttenburg's parents, near Springfield, 111., and Mr. Wlttenburg's parents, Watklns, Iowa. Mesdames William Baddeley, H. C. Allen, Ray Stone, A. L. Spooner, Lund, and J. R. (Farrell attended a W. H. M. S. convention at Ruthven last Thursday and Friday, The Gordon Hlbbards, Humboldt, called at Robert Masterson's last week Wednesday. They left next day for a new home at Los Angeles. Mrs. Milo Gardner, of Memphis, Tenn., and her children arrived last week Tuesday to visit the parental B. H. Gardners. The 'Progressive Woman's club meets this week Friday with Mrs. J. L. Lichty instead of Mrs. E. Zeitz. •Fred Marty, high school teacher at Sloquet, Minn.', visited his mother, Mrs. Catherine Marty, Saturday. The Good Will club meets next week Thursday with Mrs. Arthur A haJfoweeit party ww riven At Bernard BurllngttliieV Thursday evening, 12 slria and tooy* attending St. tonedlct n costume. (Ella Simons, who had been at ail Iowa City hospital more than two months, was brought home Friday. She had operations on her knees. Sunday night a, Httle snow fell, just enough to cover the ground by morning. : This week Tuesday the Feaet of All Saints will be observed at .the local church, the services beltttf the same as on Sundays. Wednesday will be All Souls day, and three masses will be read. Christine and Adelheld Elsen- barth, Algona, Mrs. E. OP, Arndorfer, and the latter's Httle daughter, Theresa Ann, had Sunday dinner with the ' women's parents, Mr, and Mrs Isadoro Elsenbarth. The Herman Erdmanns' youngest daughter, two years old, Was report- tsd'lertduiiy *te> wMi lnt«*tlnni flw *af!y ttf th« 'IrfrtK, JttMf IHtle hope tit recdvefy Wa* ent«rta«i*d. , Htatfftj D**ne, aM fimll Arndor- droV6 ttt Chicago tot the weekend, and beane remained there. She had be6H 6ftii>l<#fed there a few years, but last February came home. On the way hom« fwrtrt Chicago Amelia'and Bmll saw Ho snow till they reached Mason City, •School started again Monday for the seventh and eighth gra'ders, after a two weeks corn-husking vacation. >1oce on the l nst November, Sexton The Sunday school had a Halloween party Friday night at Roe Holder's. The house was decorated hi orange and black, with lighted jack-o-lanterns. Mary Harris;, Nell Wise, Mrs. Helttetv and Harvey •Steven were the entertaining committee, their birthdays falling In October. The next party will take every month Lena Warmblci- ** y In honor birthday. •Mrs. O. R ' Cu nnlni apent Sunday *£ Z Ptln nnn,. r>..... .' n "16 ens near Burt. merly (Dorothy The school teacher -had a night n «*£" mother nifl .Mrs. , Armstrong, wei- c Mrs. Rohlln's Johnson. Mrs. .Floyd Pag , Monday night at the which was black, with colored WANT ADSPAI Krause; Emma Krause, assisting. Mr. and Mrs. Max iPatterson spent the week-end at the parental Broadie home at Granger. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hinders, of Woden, were guests Monday of Mrs. Gi B. Wise. Frank Burdette, Mason City, Is visiting his sister, Mrs. Essie McMahon. Charles Barton was host to the Lutheran Y. P. last week Tuesday evening. W. Scott Hanna was sick early In the week. Ralph Neimier is reported seriously sick. WHY FREEZE 'ON. WINTER drives? Hot water heaters $6.25— Ford Model A Manifold, 9Sc. Heaters for all care.—Gamble Stores. 20-8 WO HALLOWEEN PARTIES ARE HELD NEAR LU VERNE Lu Verne, Nov. li—(Friday night vas. a. time for Halloween parties The Epworth League spent the evening at O. A. Alexanders, 60 in attendance, mostly masked. Ray Stone,- dressed to represent an old fashioned Dutch woman, won firs prize; June Stoddard, prim old maid, second. A witch told fortunes. At Lee Lichty's the Presbyterian Young- People's S. S. class found ghosts and goblins in the basement, which was decorated with witches, black cats, and skeletons. As guests were led around in the dark, ghost stories were told. Hens Take Jaunt. Lu Verne, .Nov. 1—LeRoy Hanselman drove to town a week ago Saturday night, and when he got here found two chickens roosting on the rear bumper of his car. How to vote for Independent Candidate Republicans who wish to vote for me can place a cross in circle at head of their ticket and then go over to column eight and put a cross in square in front of my name for Supervisor in First District. Democrats who wish to vote for me, and having no candidate on their ticket, can place a cross in the circle at the head of their ticket and then go over to column eight and put a cross in square in front of my name for Supervisor in First District. Your support will be much appreciated. JOHN H. FRASER Stop! Look! Listen! NEW LOW PRICES on Winter Merchandise at Bloom's Store Come, look these prifees over. Compare these prices withi competitors, local or mail order houses, and be convir that Bloom's undersell. Ladies' Silk Hose 15c Pair Men's Canvas Canvas Gloves 5c Pair Boys' 4-buckle all rubber Overshoes $1.39 Boys' Union Suits Heavy ribbed Sizes 2 to 16 years 49c Men's :: Husking Gloves ; | Brown, double hem 98c Dozen Shoes Best values in Algona Ladies' high grade novelty kid suede. Straps and ties $1.88 Men's heavy ribbed Union Suits 49c Men's heavy fleece Union Suits $1.25 values 69c Sizes up to 46. Boys' and girls' School Shoes Solid leather shoes, and they will wear. Mostly Peters make in the lot. $2.98 values. $1.39 Boys' Overalls Up to size 16 39c Boys' Winter Caps 25c HaU Ladies' new Fall hats. Values to $2.95. Our price 88c High Top; Slioes for boys. Nice'.soft- leather $1.49 One lot all wool Shirt Sweaters Choice , $1.00 Boys' and girls' School Oxfordtj Patent and gun metal j All sizes 98c Men's 16-in. High Top Shoeij Leather soles $2.98 Men's ' Rockf ord Sox 2 pairs 15c Boys' leatherette , Sheep Coats $2.49 Ladies' 1-buckle Overshoes 50c Men's 4-buckle •" Overshoes all rubber : $1.69 Men's heavy WorkRubbei 69c 10 bars P.&G.SOAP 25c BLOOM'S Our Store is Jammed With Bargains Brownell Shoe Co. "Iron Clad" Cotton Hose Women and children only, mostly black and brown „ 10c "Copeland and Ryder" Shoes Men's regular high shoes, black and brown $6.85 "Copeland & Ryder".Oxfords Your choice of any pair, black and tan $6.65 Men's Work Shoes A real value in a black shoe, leather soles $2.45 Men's Tan Oxfords Real quality in this group of men's oxfords $2.85 November Shoe Sale forthefHRIFfV Footwear at Pre-war Prices Starting Thursday, Nov. We place our entire stock of Quality Footwear on sale. Every pair of new Fall and Winter Styles are included in this November Sale. Brownell Shoe Company Footwear for Men, Women, and Children, Child's Lace Shoes T 1_J. ^^. A clean-up lot, sizes 9 to 10 1-2, only — 98c SchoU'i Zino Pad* Corns, callouses, 9'SI ft bunions _,„.„_—,- TTT , T 63 V Children's Footwear Every pair, for all sizes and ages are included in this sale. • Shoe Co. Women's Ties and Straps Brown and black, kid, calf, patents . 52.951 Women's New Winter Styles Suedes,.kids, and calf, of the best grades, alVgo at Women'* Strap* and Oxford* ..$1.! A large group of close^put styles at this low price .„-. Soft Soled Howe SUpP* r8 All odd pairs at a low close-out price Wpm^f Tie*>n4 Strap* A large group of styles, ,5»* WacJj $n4 broMfn » T ,^,- r --*—-?—•""""

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