Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 3, 1932
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3. 1932 •' ^^^^^ COUNTY ATTORNEY of Kossuth County Vote for Maurice C. Democratic Nominee Born and raised in Kossuth county Property owner and taxpayer. Your support on November 8 will be appreciated Special —32 Piece WM. A. ROGERS DINING WARE FREE Given with the purchase of .each 26-piece set of Vim. A. Rogers Sectional Silver Plate MATCHING DESIGN Hollow handle, stainless knives. Come in and let us show you this attractive set 'red W. Wehler & Co. JEWELERS AND OPTOMETRISTS Phone 240 Algona, Iowa SENIOR CLASS PLAY AT BURT DRAWS CROWD Hurt, Nov. I—A 'play, AVill o' The \V!«p, was presented by the seniors at the Belltone theater Friday afternoon and evening, and a fair- sized crowd attended. Taking part wore Lois and Kenneth Graham, Maurice Coffin, Rachel Clapsaddle, Hugh McDonald, Paul Krlethe Jr., Minor Moniess, Edwin Manus, Gerald Bahllng, Beulah Glfford, Elda Dettman, Haze! Oodden, and Mubel Oustafson. other members of the clnss will present a .play later. Woman's cinl) Program Monday— The Woman's club met Monday evening with Esther and Ruth Hodgson; program subject, The New England Traditon; roll call, New England Customs; Colonial Manners and Dress, Mrs. H. O. Buell; book review, A Victorian Village, Mrs. K. J. Smith; violin solo, Marllda Pratt. Truck anil Motorcycle Collide— Willard Stow had an arm badly jfikinned when he was thrown from j his motorcycle Saturday en route to town, following a truck driven by W. R. Carney. Mr. Carney turned Into the Shell oil station and Willard ran into the truck. The motorcycle was not badly damaged, KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA Halloween Program Is Given at Irvington Irvington, Nov. 1 — A Halloween Program, as follows, was given Monday evening by the pupils of r>lst. No. 4, Blcle Egel, teacher: Welcome, Dorothy 'Lage; song, Spooks, school; recitation, Dean Olson; recitation, Meaning of • Halloween, Robert Oeigel; play, The Three Housekeepers; reading, Task of Setting .Still, Charles Delne; recitation, The Inventor's Wife, Martha Olson; dialog, Which is Best? Jos. tinge, Martha Olson. Recitation, Little, Little, Witlh- llng, Dorothy Lage; play, Who Was Guilty? Arlene Olson, Charles Devine, Irvin Olson; drill, Gloomy Gloops, school; reading, Mrs. White's Visit, Arlene Olson; play, Halloween Merrymakers, 'school; recitation, The Unbelievers, Irvin Olson. Song, October's Party, group of girls; recitation, The Good Old 'Days, Stanley Egel; group o£ cow- We are now established in our New Location One Block South of Postoffice I—and are better prepared to give service to our cus- |tomers with a larger stock of John Deere AND BEPAIES KOSSUTH COUNTY IMPLEMENT CO. Hard Times Tarty Given— The high school pupils had a hard times Halloween party at the schoolhouse Monday evening. The Junior high had a similar party Friday. Booster Meetln™ Draws Crowd— • One hundred Odd 'Fellows and Rebekahs attended a county "booster" meeting here last week Tuesday evening. Corn-Picker Wounds Fanner— Luther Fairbanks had a hand caught .in a corn husker 'Friday, and three fingers were quite badly injured. Is yours the OLDEST LECTRIC CLEANER \ in this district? If so, you will get the latest Silver Jubilee Model Hoover, at absolutely no cost.. ..This offer expires December 1st. If you have an old Hoover, phone in its serial number today. You may be luckyl SOLD BY W. H. KORAN IN ALGONA M & Y F.S.HORTOHi/bONS f • cut* rcj«J***ii *~ you wan t the best coal that money cau buy" ; Phone 2X9 coal for evejy purpose and everyone's pocketbook. j , S. Norton & Son Eiistern Stars Have Party— Kossuth Chapter No. 201, O. E. S., will have a party at the lodge hall this week Tuesday evening. Snrali Pnlno "Sweet Sixteen"— Sarah Paine entertained last week Monday evening in honor of her IGth birthday. Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Klmp, Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson, and Mrs. E. E. Paine retuned Friday from Cedar Rapids, where they attended a grand chapter O. E. S. meeting. Mre. J. G. Clapsaddle, who also attended, remained to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mann, who celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Friday. George Godden and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gary, Madison, Wls., brought Mrs. Eva Godden home Saturday. She. had been there some weeks, helping care .for a sick sister. Mr. Godden : and the Garys returned to Madison Sunday. The A. 'N. Jensens spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday here. Halloween, group of boys; Goodnight, Dorothy Lage. A sack social took place after the program, and lunch at lOc was served of persons who didn't buy sacks. More than .?7 was cleared. Anotlier School Gives Program A large audience attended the program and basket social at the Schoby schoolhouse last week 'Wednesday evening. A part wool blanket given away was won by Alice Geilenfeldt, Algona. Baskets were sold at good prices, the highest $1.20. More than $17 was received. A program under the direction of the teacher, Mrs. Russell Maxwell, was presented In which the following pupils took part: Mary Davis, Arthur Maters, Russell and Lucille Halsrud, .Keith and Russell Halsrud, William and Violet Davis, Lu- Agnes and Bernard Davis, Andrew, John, and Agnes Karels, Philip Halsrud, Bernard Karels, and Delpha Halsrud. Strike Described In letter— A letter from Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stilts, who recently left here and are now on a farm six miles out of Taylorville, 111,, reports that riots have been frequent there, due to strikes in coal mines. At present four soldiers are guarding each block in Taylorville in an attempt to prevent serious trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Stiltz like their new home. For- bus Is busy in cornfields, having recently picked 594 bushels In a little over six days. Kenneth Lyons, who went to Illinois with them, plans to return early this winter. Soils Pnrni to Mnrylnnders— The Elliot Skilllngs, Mrs. Russell Fry, nncl her children, Audrey and Ernest, drove to Eldora Sunday to visit Mrs. Fry's brother, Loring Pickering. Mr. Pickering had been running his own farm near Eldora, but because of ill health had to give up the farm, and move to town. He said that iho advertised the farm for sale In the DOii Moines Register, and the advertisement was answered by a man In Maryland who came and purchased the farm at Mr. Pickering's own price. He also received 137 other answers. Aid and flirts Earn $00— The Rlverdale .girls' club and the Irvington Aid took in over ?GO at a hot lunch stand at C. R. Schoby's during the corn husking contest there, last week "Wednesday. After the expenses were paid the club and the Aid divided the proceeds. Other IrviiiRton News. Mrs. Mabel Potter, Spencer, has returned from Morrison, •111., where she visited her mother, and she is now 'making .-the O. L. Miller home her headquarters for a few weeks. Mrs. Potter, who drives her own car, left Morrison Monday morning at '5:30 and arrived here that evenlnK at 4. The Rsv. Mr. English preached {Sunday on "Then Jesus said unto His Disciples, 'If any man will come after me, let Mm deny himself, take up his cross, and follow me'." — Matthew 16:24. The pupils of the Center school, Dorothy Johnson, teacher, gave a program and sack social Friday nlng. A large crowd attended and more than $12 was cleared! Twenty-one women attended an Aid meeting at the home of Mrs. Vern .Barker last Thursday after- FORMER ALGHAN ON NAVY FOOTBALL TEAM William Clark, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark, Garner, Is a midshipman at Annapolis, and Is playing on the Navy football team this fall. His father's new paper, the Garner Herald, said last week that William had so far played In four games. iFollowlng a game with Princeton a week ago Saturday, the Baltimore Sun said: "In Bill Clark, 170-pound halfback from Garner, Iowa, the Middles presented the day's indlvdual star. He ripped Princeton's tackles and ends I'or repeated gains, three times getting away on jaunts over ten yards, and his punting was a high'light. Once he kicked 70 yards to Princeton's 3-yd. line; again he booted almost as far, and the ball rolled out on the'Tigers' one-yard mark." In this game young Clark punted four times for a total yardage of 192, or an average of 4S yards to the kick. William, whose mother is the former Maymc Chapin, Algona girl, was born here when his father was one of the publishers of the Advance. 12 GAMES ON SGHEDOLE FOR BOYS Fenton, Nov. 1—The high school boys' basketball game schedule follows: November 12, Swea City, there; November 25, Seneca, here; November 30,. Tltonka, here; ."December 16, S.t. John's (Bancroft), here; Jan. 6, Lone Rock, there; Jan. 17, Swea City; January 20, Seneca, there; January 27, Whittemore, here; February 3, Tiitonka, there; wccn. j.imtiuay uuu vv eujtcsutiy ncrc. ••*-***, i-\-^tutnj o, J.ULUUKU, mere; Mr. Jensen formerly conducted what' 'February 7, Lone Rock, here; February 10, St. John's, there; March 2-3-4, sectional tourney. Attend Unit W."H. SL S. Meeting— 'Fifteen members of the Methodist is now the Staehle hardware store. He is now in the same business at Lake Park. Mrs. Bertha Duckmanton, Ellsworth, came Saturday to attend the funeral of .her brother, Gus Johnson, Sunday at Algona, and remained to visit her daughter, Mrs. F. L. Pratt. .Mrs. J. C. Reid, Ames, and her daughter Irma visited Sunday at Mrs. Maude Minneapolis, Hanna's. James ,Kerr, arrived the same day to visit his sister, Mrs. C. C. Smith. Mrs. Niel Ntelson, Spencer, spent the week-end with her. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Armstrong. The Ed Trainers, Kanawha, visited Sunday at AV. T. Trainer's. Mrs. H. W. Manus and her.daugh- ters Katherine and 'Mrs. Lillian Slg- ler visited Sunday at the Supervisor Charles Morris home, Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur J.. Stewart, at Lewis Larsen's, mourn a stillborn son who was buried at Algona Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lee, Eagle Grove, brought Mrs. J. N. Holding home Sunday. Mrs. Lee had spent a week with relatives. Mr. and Mils. S. L. Barrett, Fort Dodge, spent Sunday at F. L. Ryerson's. They are Mrs. Ryerson's •uncle and aunt. Mary .Fairbanks', employed at Fort Dodge, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, G. XL Fairbanks. Opal Utter, Mason City, is spending two weeks with Beulah and Lauretta Larsen and Lorena and Erna Peterson. , v . . ,The Robert MacFarlanes, of Sioux City, and Mrs. Elizabeth Little, of Kingsley, spent the week-end at K. j. Smith's. Mr. and Mrs. Squalre Hudson have gone to Bancroft for the winter with their daughter, Mrs. Frank Lupin. The Elmer Klenltzes, Lakota,. the W. R. Chafees, and the Clifford Holdings were Sunday-dinner guests at G. C. Allen's. Mrs. J. H. Whalen, McNabb, 111.;, arrived last Thursday for an extended visit at her son C. F. Whalen's. Clara Schwietert, Dolliver teacher, spent the week-end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schwietert. . Myron CMpman, Ames student. spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Vinaas and Mr. and Mr* Albert Schrader yia- ited friends at Ceylon, Sunday. The Mite society will serve dinner and hold a bazaar at the PresbyterT ian church on election day. The Add meets this week Wedries- day at Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel's; Mrs, G L. Carroll, assisting. Druggist and Mrs. E. W. Lusby, Algona, called at George Carroll's Sunday evening. Glenn/ Nelda, and Ellen Volentine entertained at a Halloween party Saturday evening. L. .V, MeWfaorter, Qsage, cawie 'Friday o visit his daughter, Mrs. F. L. Ryerson. Son No. 4 was bora to Mr. Mrs. A. W. Radeke Sunday an.4 - ~- -• • Bli-tbday Circle met with Mre. Fred Friday w - S. attended an all-day unit meeting at Lakota (Friday, the Ledyard society assisting- Lakota. iFen- ton had the largest delegation. Other towns represented were iDolliver, Estherville, Swea City, Algona/.and 40 women were registered. The Mesdames R, C. Goetsch, E; A. Weisbrod, and Charles Weisbrod contributed a demonstration. A 'covered dish luncheon was served at noon. 50th Birthday Is Observed— t Twenty, relatives gathered at August Zumach's Sunday evening and surprised Mr., Zumach on his - '50th birthday anniversary.'' They were entertained at 500.- Attending; the Fred Jacobs "family, Mrs. Robert Zumach, daughter Ella, Mrs. August Ohm,-.daughter, Esther, all of Algona; the Herman and Relnhard Zumachs, Whittemore; the Albert Wittkopfs and the William Meyers family, Lotts Creek. Surprise Honors Dorothea Helmers— A surprise pary took place Saturday night at the home of Mr, and Mrs. H. E. Reimers in honor of the daughter Dorothea's 'birthday anniversary. Bridge was played at five tables. Raymond Reimers, -Rlrig- sted, won high score; E. K. Johnson, low; George Boetteher, a travel prize. Beulah, Larsen,. Burt, and,Opal Utter, Mason City, were out p£ town guests. Halloween Party Friday Night-*, Maxine Weisbrod, Clarence , Os•born, Pauline Osborn, and Richard Goetsch were hosts and hostesses at a Halloween party at the Weisbrod .home Friday evening. Bridge was played at seven tables, and the high scores were, won, by Avery Austin and Mathilda Kressln. Verlina loerger and Clarence Arbogast received consolation prizes.' Fenton Farm Youth Weds— News was disclosed one. day last week of'the marriage of Earl Theesfeld to Daisy Simmons, Graettinger, three weeks" ago.; Miscellaneous showers were given for, the couple at the home of the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs,'John 'Theesfeld, last Thursday and, Saturday even- Ings. They will live Vnd farm with the bridegroom's parents, : T, Ti f 47 Tears Wecl^. The<)rrto McFalls, Cedar Rapids, came SViday to visit Mr, McsFjili's parents, Mr; and Mrs. T.,.N. MciPall, %v.lio, observed their 47th wedding anv niyersary, , The group were 6 o'clock dinner guests at W. R. Wolfe's Friday evening and were entertained at dinner at Frank McFall's Saturday evening. Bee Is Charles Glaus, entertained at a quilting party last Thursday afternoon Mesflarnes Donovan, Brown, EsthervilUe, 'Mike Weisbrod, John {Jramenz, Jr., B. Hansen, Job,n. Han,, sejji V«sula Weisbroct, and John Kramer, al^o Marjorte Bailey and Verona, Welsbrod, ARMSTRONG MAKES TRAMPS GUT WOODJEFORE EATING Armstrong, Nov. i—At a recent meeting of the local Booster elub Marshal Frost reported that thus far tills fall he had fed 42 "floaters" at a total cash cost of $2.05. Some do- lated provslons were used, the cash jolng principally for bacon and jread. The marshal operates under the supervision of a Booster club committee. People solicited by "floaters" refer t.'iem to the marshal, who distributes -provisions and provides wood which they must split themselves for heat and cooking. IOWA LAKE AT SWEA CITY RECEIVES HUNDREDS OF FISH Swea City, Nov. I—Fish put in Iowa Lake to restock it in 1932 Include 2400 sunfish,'375 catfish, 200 perch, 75 pickerel, 975 catfish, 300 andlrs. burned about ads' a fire with kerosene Paul Hudson is suffering from an infection In one arm. Sun- Shore's, day visitors at Eagle Grove. Howard •hood supper'at the Methodist church last week Monday night. Geo. W. Godfrey, Algona, was principal speaker. The next group meeting will be held at Estherville. Other Fenton News. The Clarence Theesfelds entertained at dinner Sunday the Delbert Hannas, Lone Rock, Harvey Higley, FalrviHe, and Alma Wolfgram. Other guests In the afternoon were Mrs. Jos. Faber, AV.hittemore; Mrs. Justine Hasldns,. and a Mrs. Esser, of West Bend; Mrs. Mark Simmons, son .Don, Fairmont; Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz and Mr."and Mrs. Arthur Mueller. ' The Charles Stewarts, Bode, came last Thursday to visit Mrs. Stewart's brother, C. H. Geronsln. Mrs. Stewart and the .children remained till Sunday, when Mr. Stewart joined them, and all were entertained at Albert Peterson's, Ringsted. Mrs. Charles Weisbrod entertained the K. O. Stephensons, the Rev. J. T. Snyders, and the O. H. Schmidts Saturday evening to surprise her husband dn honor of his birthday anniversary. :... Raymond : Stoeber and Martin Hantleman, accompanied by parties from 'West Bend and Whittemore, drove to Omaha 'last week Tuesday to attend a Wayne feed dealers' convention.- The Evening Bridge club was entertained at E. C. Weisbrod's last Thursday evening. Mr. and. Mrs. Charles 'Newel-won the family prize; H. H. Widdel, the consolation. The Claude Bensons and Mrs. Mary Fltts, Belmond, were Sunday visitors at H. C. Lindsey's and the •Rev. J. T. Snyder's, Mrs. Fitts and Mrs. Lindsey are cousins. Mrs. S. W. Meyer, formerly Lily Rasmuseen, was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower at the Methodist church Saturday afternoon. Beulah and Loretta Larson and .Lorena Peterson, Burt, and Opal Utter, Mason City, visited Mrs. Dorothea Gerhardt Saturday. Mrs. Donovan Brown, Estherville, spent .from last week,. Wednesday till-Saturday with her' parents, Mr. and Mrs: Charles Glaus. Mr. and Mrs. F. H, Eigler, W. E. Stoeber, and Frank Bailey ^attended the. funeral of .-Gils''Johnson at Algona Sunday, Robert Brandon, the T. B.-- Met- 'calfs, and a Mrs. Spiegel, Algona. were at Wilbert Holdorf's Sunday afternoon. '• , . Arnold Kuecker, 'Leona Bprchardt, Marie Miller,, and 1 t Elsie Kohlwes drove to Ames Saturday to visit friends. •Paul Eigler drove up. from Ames to spend Sunday with his parents, Druggist and Mrs. OF. H. Eigler. Raymond Stoeber drove to Ames laet week Thursday to attend a •hatchery short course. •Mrs. E. R. Schlel was hostess to .the Dorcas Sewing Circle last week Wednesday afternoon. Donaia''Ottel-ness. coach at Kelley spent the week-end with, his brother, Supt, M. E. Otterness: P. H. Jensen, 'Fort Dodge, was 'here early in the week, looking after business matters. The Hook and 'Needle ' club met with Mrs. A,, H. Meyers last week Wednesday evening. The Dr. J. T. Wattes were entertained at Dr. A; T. Whitlow's, Swea City,. Sunday. ^ The O. J. Stephensoriis were entertained at Sunday dinner at Wilbert Holdorf's. Verdell Lauritzen, of Whlttenvore, spent the week-end, 'at Hairy Haase's, The Le Roy -Newels, Hartley, spent Monday at G, B, Johnson's. •Mr. and Mrs,. W. E. Stoeber were at Minneapolis part of the week. Mrs. E, C. Weisbrod entertained her sewing club Friday eyonlnj?. Hans Moyrltsen, Ringsted, visited at R, N. Kyle's EVWay. » - -J 1 * i 1 > "i r * •"•" "i.*-"V **'2, •YL"'*"^5 ^w^™' i UV'^: 23 cans of fish from the federal In. Carp have the lake, and Clark Speaks Tonight. 'Emmetsburg, Nov. 1—Sen. C. F. Clark, Cedar Rapids, republican nominee for lieutenant governor, will deliver a political speech at the courthouse tonight. Masons Build Temple. Humboldt, Nov. 1—A building enterprise lately undertaken here Is a Masonic Temple., ' Lotts Creek [ Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zumaoh are parents of a girl, born Sunday. Mrs. Zumach's mother, Mrs. Peters, of Boone, is here. The Zumachs have one other child, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer entertained a large number of relatives and friends last week Tuesday evening in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Edward Peters, Cherokee, Okla., who, with her husband' and 'baby, are visiting here. Mrs. Peters is a sister of Mr. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Leininger entertained Sunday evening dn honor of their eon' Leo's birthday. ' Taking part in a husking bee at Herman Haack's, near Fenton, last Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. -Noah Reisner, Mrs. Gust Haack, Walter Haack, Edward Keucker, son Kenneth, and William Haack. Ruth and Esther, daughters of Teacher and Mrs. Schmiel who'at- tend the Algona high echool, spent Sunday with their parents. Eleanora Pompe and Gladys Saunders, Correcttonville, spent the week-end at Albert Kressin's. . SPECIAL THIS | WEEK* e ••>: RED CIRCLE COFFEE LB. (3 IBS. *6c) Maxw»ll HOVM or Chat* & Sanborn'i COFFEE . . «-B. 33c CAMPBELL'S Tomato Soup 3 C * NS l°c Wheat Pops 2 PKGS. 15c Rice Pops . HOP FLAVORED Puritan Malt . BLUCPETEH Sardines . 3 CAMS 19c WORTHMORE ' Cream Props • «-•. 1Q C UNEEOA BAKERS SPECIAL Fig Par* • • 2 u»«.i9c AH 5c Candy Bars , 3c extent Milky W*y' Honey Almond, Snlck«rand a rni> l/>. 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