Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1932 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 8, 1932
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PAGE FOUR i t i $ \ I ,1 I J 't .1 I WHITE'S GROCERY Extra Special--2 Big Days December 9 and 10 Powdered Sugar, 3 1-2 Ibs. 25c Raisins, Seedless, 2 pkgs. ISc Mustard, quart jar, only 14c Hershey's Cocoa, 1 Ib. can 21c Quaker Oatmeal, Ig. pkg. 15c Peanut Butter, pint jar 13e? SwansDown Cake Flour, Irg. pkg. ^ 19c Pink Grapes, while they last, Ib. 5c Sugar, medium brown, 4 Ibs. 25c Parker House Coffee, none better ^ 29c Crackers, fresh and krisp, 2 Ib. pkg. 19c Bisquick Gold Medal, Irg. pkg. 29c Beans, home grown navy, 5 Ibs. L 15c Butternut Gelatin Dessert, 3 pkgs. 13c Flour Jersey Cream, 49 Ibs. sack 79c Chocolate Cherries, fine 1 Ib. box 23c Oranges, Sweet Navels, 2 doz. 29c 1 if 3^**f*«aSr*iSr^^ LONG'S Food Shop JUST THE PLACE FOR BARGAINS Pilot Oyster Shells, 100 Ib. bag 99c Milk, baby size, per can 3c Mixed nuts, per Ib 18c Walnuts, English, per Ib. ISc Quart jar Mustard 19c I Home Brand Jello, per kg. Gc Laundry Soap, per bar 1 3c Dill Pickles, qut. jar 15c Olives, quart jar 39 C Apples, per bu., fancy $1.25 Peanut Butter, qt. jars 22c Marshmallows, 5 Ib. box II_75c Macaroni, 4 pkgs. 25c I Home made peanut brittle, 2 Ibs. 15c A pound box of Cherry Chocolates 19c Can you beat, it? Second shipment of everything to put in your home made fruit cake and mince meats. From table trees to church trees. All si/cs and prices. CALIFORNIA AND MINNESOTA TREES Our meat- department is complete, and no nicer display this side of Chicago. ISO, WE WANT TO PLEASE We Have Everything for Christmas— Don't buy until you see our Christmas line Diamonds, Jewelry, Watches, Handbags, Bill Folds, Toilet Sets, Christmas Cards, and Holiday Novelties. Sheaffer Lifetime Pens and Pencil Sets. Complete assortment to select from at popular prices. A. H. BORCHARDT DRUGS AND JEWELRY YOUPA* I OR NOTHING BUT HEAT "Cheap Coal" is always expensive . . . Don't be fooled by a low price per ton . . . why pay for ashes and impurities? Spend the money for something else. Peerless Coal la Practically Free From Waste. JIM POOL, Manager. Typewriter Ribbons at the Advance Our Christinas candies and nuts are best in quality 'I and cheap in price. KOSSUTH CQUNTt ADVANCE ALQ6NA, WESLEY 6, B, QUINTS WIN FOUR GAMES Wesley, Dec. G—The high school basketball teams played Presentation Whittemore, Inet week Both won, the girls 17-14, academy, Tuesday. tho boys 26-18. They played Rake I Friday night, and again won, the girlrt 51-14, the boys 22-7. They play the Whittemore high school this week Tuesday and, the Thompson high school this week Friday both here. The boys' squad Is han clicapped by Injuries. Richard Ken sprained an ankle severely in th first game at Swea City; and Mich ael AVingert and Arvin Sehner wer hurt in a collision at practice las week Monday. One of Arvln's fron teeth was broken off, and Michae suffered a gash on the back of hi ear. Sews In Methodist Circles— The Methodist Sunday school begins rehearsals this week for a Christmas program. The young people's class will give a pantomime tho younger pupils, song's and recitations. The senior Bpworth League has been reorganized, and held Us third meeting Sunday evening. It will have a booth at the bazaar this week Saturday. The (Bible Study class of adults meets at the church this week Tuesday evening. Pioneer's Health Is Frail— Mr. and (Mrs. Guy C. Giddings, of Burt, daughters, Mrs. Everett Pannkuk, Zola, and Zita, and Mre. 'Fred Ringsdorf, also Burt. visited their father and grandfather, W. F. Gld- dlngs, at his son's home Sunday. Mr. Giddings is in feeble health. Hannabelle, another of the Guy Giddinge daughters, came and stopped to visit at her cousin Gordon's. Men Give Annual M.-D. Club Banquet In Union Two TJlrtdays Arc Observed— Eighteen Congregational young people surprised Alma Funnemark in honor of her birthday last week Wednesday evening. The Carl and Raymond Hansens and Mrs. Theron Hansen surprised their daughter and sister, Mrs. Gordon C. Giddings, on her birthday Saturday. Schoolmates in Get-Together— Mrs. Hazel Gibbs, Cedar 'Falls, and her two children visited (Mrs. Halvor Flom Jr. last week. The women were acquainted when both attended college at Cedar (Falls. Afterwards Mrs. Gibbs, then Miss Sage, taught near Wesley. Julius Sellers Ituvo Daughter— A daughter, the first child, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Julius Seller, St. Benedict, Saturday. Mrs. Seller was formerly Catherine Downs, AVcsley girl and successful teacher. Methodist. Ua/.aar and Supper— The annual Methodist bazaar and Hiipper will be given at the church thin week Saturday afternoon and evening. Serving will begin at 5:30. Veteran Home; Health Holler— Charles Gibson has returned from the veterans' hospital, Lincoln, Neb., Kveatly improved in health. Union Twp., Dec. 6—The annual Mothers & Daughters club banquet supervised 'by men this year, took place last Thursday at the community room of the Good Hope church. A cafeteria dinner-was served at 12:30. Robert Harvey was announcer for the following program: vocal solos, the Rev. Allen/Wood, with Mrs. Wood nt the piano; dialogue, "Please 'Pass the Cream," Pearl Alt and Dorothy Ward; reading, Aunt Matilda vs. Domestic Science, Lilliam Angus, Lone Rock; district melodies, Pearl Alt, Dorothy Ward, Dorothy Alt, Pearl Alt; talk, .The Quest of Happiness, the Rev. Mr. Hueser, Algona Baptist minister. The committee in charge was Harry Ward, chairman, Roy Sarchet, W. C. Nelson, Jos. Rlcker, Robert Harvey, J. H. Zanke, Alfred Jergenson. They were assisted by Arthur Ward, Alfred Leason, and 1 S. H. McNutt. Expression of the women in attendance Indicates that the'affair was a great success, and that the men should continue in a like capacity in future years. Patrons Look After Sclioollionse— Dist. No. 4 school patrons' have recently given their services toward maintaining a good school. Mrs. F. S. Thompson helped the teacher clean the storm windows, and Chris Alt and Rudolph AV111 put on the vindows Saturday. Mr. Alt has also lone some necessary carpenter repair work. Other families with children in school are giving other ser- icee. This school was rated two fears ago by the state department Cliff Rlebhoff, recdht br,lde. Stunts and games, lunch, and finwrapplng of gifts 'by the honore.e, furnished entertainment! Each of the 15 guests wrote a favorite recipe for the bride. Mesdames Rlebhoff and Leason, and Lola Scuffham are former schoolmates at the No, 4 school. Club to atcet Next Week— At us, Louisa MoNutt will entertain the Mothers & Daughters club December 16. Christmas quotations by members, and a paper, Inasmuch as ye have done It tinto the least of these, by Mrs. Mary Wood, will make up the program. The annual custom of members taking gifts for orphans will be continued. I Bancroft Mr. and Mrs. D. Shumway have a daughter, b'qrn Monday morning at their Home. Mr, Shtirtiway, Is employed by .the Bancroft Register, ;Mre.;William Connelly, Mrs. .Toa^ Hellnaky, and Mrs. Pau'l Gramee en^' tertalned the Legion Auxiliary .At te home of Mre. Grames Tuesday evening. A number of Auxiliary members will attend a county meeting at Tltonka Tuesday afternoon. N. ,T. Merrill and Tom left Tuesday for Synton, Engesser Tex., to School Event Clears 98 — Lena iBennett, Union .girl and Leacher in the Strayer school, Burt township, had a program and basket social Friday evening, with an at- vlslt the former's brother, Bert Merrill, also Hugh Ko'.ley, St. Charles, La., uncle of Mr. EJngesser. They expect to be gone a month. Mr. Merrill is a partner, in the. Merrill Bros, grocery, and Mr. Engesser worked at the Roderick garage. Lone Rock, till recently. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith, Balaton, Minn., visited from (Friday -to Monday at the J. W. Bollig, N. , J. Merrill, and Mrs. Varline homes. Leone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schiltn, la working . in a beauty parlor at Buffalo Center. She was recently graduated from the ¥ftkln& Daft* wefe Vef- onlca Cowing, Mlidd, Johnson, KAlph Caylor, CeVilld Oaylor, James Llch- leltef,-Rstyfti6nd Dltswbrth, and Ar* burf DoAnfi. •' ' 'A nurnbf of members of the Cath- olie Order of Foresters Went out to Jos, Crowley's Monday afternoon fttid pjcked hie corn. .Job broke a leg last week Monday, when .'h e fell fr'onl a load of cbrn. Dan Buj-'na,- Emmetsburg, )g spending thfe week with his sister-in-law Mrs. Bridget Qulnn. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Qulnn have re turned to their home at Arcadia, after three weeks here with friends. R. 13. Hutton, ^postmaster and editor, attended an Algona Ilotary clul dinner at Algona Monday »noon. Al Kossuth editors were guests In honor of W. C. Dowel, of the Algona Advance, who Is in his 25th year of service. I. :endance of SO. , The proceeds of the j Kennedy beauty school, Des iMoinee. Basket sale and lunches netted ivhloh will be used to further equip the school. if education as "superior," -because a good teacher Is working in a good julldlng in a good community. Vo. 4 School Hns "Visitors— •Mrs. John Grogan, .S,t. Lawrence, D., Mrs. -Harvey Gibbs, of Cedar "'alls, daughter Carmen and son "Jordon, and Mrs. Geroge Simmons, Ugona, and her son Ralph visited he Dist. No. 4 school last week Vcdneeday afternoon. Gertrude age, teacher, is a niece of Mes- ames Grogan and Simmons and a later of Mrs. Gfbbs. Mesdames irogan and Gibbs came to attend he funeral of the late Mrs. F. J. Laing, Algona. hower Honors Sirs. Rlebhoff— Mrs. Robt. Leason Jr. and Lola cuffham were hostesses at the for- icr's home Friday afternoon at a niscellaneous shower honoring Mrs. School Program Announced— . Jean Crulkshank, Union girl who teaches the Hobarton school, announces a Christmas program Friday afternoon, December 16, at the schoolhouse. A two weeks vacation will follow. Other Union News. Dr. and Mre. Harry Jenklnson came from Iowa City Sunday to visit the former's parents, Mr. and SIMON ROTH, WHITTEMORE, FALLS OEAB Whittemore, Dec. fi — The eorn- lunlty was shocked a week ago ""riday, when it was learned that Si- 'Mrs. W. F. Jenklnson, and other relatives. ; They returned to Iowa City Monday, after staying over night with the doctor's eister, Mrs. Leonard Crulkshank. Leone Householder returned Sunday from a week with Lone Rock friends. Mrs. Frank Householder returned to Lone Rock Friday, after a visit since last week Sunday at Wesley Householder's. Lucille Dearchs and Maxlne Mittag, Algona IT. S. girls, entertained 34 friends at the former's home Friday evening. Guests included H. S. friends and other young people of the neighborhood. Verna Emanuel, Iowa City, now a Whittemore H. S. teacher, spent the week-end at Leonard Cruikshank's. Mrs. Alfred Jergenson is able to be out, following a two weeks ill- Otlier Wesley News. Dr. L. F. Smith, formerly Wesley, now practicing denliatry at Fort Dodge, and hi.s family visited Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. TJ. JClelnpetor, Sunday. The J. T. Meur- ers visited his mother, Mrs. Joseph Meurer Sr., Whittemore. Mrs. Klrkpatrick, Buffalo, N. Y., arrived recently for an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reno, of the Wesley hotel. She was accompanied by her five- year-old son Bobby, and they made the journey by bus. Mrs. Ben Hopkins returned Sunday night, following a four-day trip to Grand Island, Neb., to see her mother, Mrs. Sarah Elson. She also called on Leo Wellik, attending Creighton university, Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen iSkow attended at Des Moines Friday a meeting of the executive board of Congregational missionary societies of Iowa. Mrs. Skow is a member of the board. Mrs. Alta Clement, Titonka, came from Charles City last Thursday, and, lacking other conveyance, was taken home by Mrs. Wilbur Fisher, former pupil. •Mr. and Mrs. Fred Diekmann took the former's father, August Diekmann, to his home at Boyd Sunday, following a two months' visit here. The Hutchins Woman's Bible Study class of Mrs. Marian Paulson, Wesley, leader, meets, this week Friday with Mrs. Durnin. Miss Reimer was absent from school one day last week because of a painful abscessed tooth, which .she had extracted. The Carl and Raymond Hansens visited the senior Mrs. Hansen's brother, Stanley Conklin, at Webster City Sunday. The 'Ernest Burches, who had been in the Turner house, moved Saturr day to the Ray Niewald house, north of the track. Mrs. Susan Lease, who had visited her daughter, Mrs. Will Walker, Corwlth. a week, returned Sunday. Mrs. John Ormsby has been ill with the grip since last Thursday. CLAY COUNTY MAY REFUSE RELIEF TOJUNWORTHY POOR The Clay county board of supervisors was scheduled Monduy to hear representatives of a county unemployment relief commission in protest against allowances from the poor fund for persons operating cars, habitual drinkers, beneficiaries who frequent pool rooms or other places of entertainment, and other persons 'believed unworthy. Mayor Lewis, father of Mrs. Eugene Neville, Algona, is a member of the commission, which will present in- itances to show that unworthy persons have been obtaining relief. The county agent recently reported that offers to work at picking corn had H>en turned down by poor fund beneficiaries. attended. Mathilda Kollasch won the high score for women at 500; Mrs. Ray Burdine, at bridge; Frank Foley, high for men at bridge. An old- time dance followed the cards. Fowlers Have a > T ow Son— The Emmet Fowlers, west of town, are parents of a 9%lh. boy, born November 30, at the McCreery hospital. Patricia Weir was nurse, Mrs. Fowler and the baby were taken home ion Roth had fallen dead at Mrs. j Friday. The baby has been named Roland Eugene. Part of last week's Whlttomor.e news, including the Roth obituary, was miss-ent last week. Beauty Shop Planned— ] Gladys Woisbrod has resigned a.s | opera tor at the Rusch beauty parlor j and will open her own shop Decem- Xell Farrell's farm, where he and|ber 3 over the Home Cafe. Augusta Married 52 Years. 'Fenton, Dec. C—Relatives and others gathered at Mike Weisbrod's Sunday evening to help Mr. ,and Mrs. "Welsbrod celebrate their 52nd wedding anniversary: the W. J. Welsbrode, the E. C. Weisbrods, the Rev.^and :,7rd. j. T. Snyder, the John Bellingers, and Mrs. Ursula Weisbrod. some other carpenters were at work. Mr. Roth took sick there November 14, and was brought home. He improved slowly and went back to work, but in a few minutes fell and died instantly. Mr. Roth was born at Aschaffenburg, Germany, March G, 1S6G, and was past 66. In 1SS4, at 16, he came to Illinois. Shortly afterward he moved to Nebraska and' lived on a farm. There he married. A year later his wife and an infant son died. >He returned to Illinois and in 1S94 came here with the late Simon vElbert >Sr., his uncle. On October 29, 1906, he was married to Sarah McCalje, and this had been the family home ever since. Mrs. Roth and two sone, Harold S. and Lloyd J., survive. Funeral services were held at St. Michael's church last week Sunday morning, the Rev. William Veit officiating. Pallbearers were five cousins, Theodore ETbert, Simon, Gregory, Joseph, William, and Andrew Elbert. Aiifo Accident, Victims Home— •Mrs. Bert Fuschen, south of town, who had been at the Kossuth hospital three months, was brought home a week ago Sunday. En route to the county fair, the Fuchsen car was hit "by another on the Hobarton corner. Mrs. Fucheen and her eon Orville were taken to the hospital with broken hips. Orville left the hospital a month ago and was with his aunt, Mrs. Leo Walters till his mother was dischrged. Aqndcmy Loses to Wesley— The Academy basketball teams played the Wesley quintets last week Tuesday evening, AYesley winning both gamee. The local girls lost a hard-fought battle, 12-14, and the boys an equally fast contest, 26-19. "Suds" Cullen was sharpshooter for the girls, garnering seven field goals. Elbert made four field goals for the boys; Higglns, two; Farrell one. H. S. I'uplls to Give Play— Eight pupils, three boys, five girls, have been chosen from the high school basketball teams to give a play, A Poor 'Married Man, next Sunday evening, at the Academy hall: Edwin Mallory, Lester Quinn, Leo Doegotch, Bernice Balgeman, Grace Carlisle, June AVehrepan, Lillian Heidenwith, Lydia Meyer. lloth Teams Defeat 0}Under— Hang began work last week Monday as successor to Gladys. Folders Off foMCalifornla— Mr. and .Mrs. Henry Feldar went to Early "Friday, and there picked up the Rev. Father Dalhouf, who left with them Saturday for California, where the rest of the winter will be spent. The boys' and girls' teams played Cylinder basketball here last Thursday evening, and -both local tennis won. the girls 31-12, the bovs 61-12. Matilda AVagner starred for the locals as forward, with Grace Carlisle at center. Lester Qulnn and Henry Hahn starred for the boys. Lutheran T. P. Names Officers— The St. Paul's Lutheran Young People's society met last week Thursday evening at the school hall. Officers were elected:, president. Herbert Zumach; vice, P. L. Jesfien; secretary, Edward Heller; treasurer, Alfred Meyer; librarian, Time Vaudt. Curd Party Draws a Crowd— A card party at the Academy hall last week Tuesday evening was well H. S. Holds Pep Meeting'— The high school held its first pep mpeting last Thursday noon. New yells were used, aleo some old ones. Bernice iBalgeman was appointed leader. Hi)iicr«ft, Defeats H. n. Teams— The high school boys' basketball boys were beaten at Bancroft last week Tuesday evening, the first team 24-12, the second .team 12-2. Aid Chicken Supper Tonight— The Methodist Aid will serve a chicken supper this week Thursday evening, December S, at the Academy hall. RolierJ Flnnell Wins Watch— Robert Flnnell Sr. won a '$5 wrist watch given away Saturday even- Ing at the Cavanaugh pharmacy. Fenton Comes Tomorrow Xlpht The Fenton hoys' basketball team plays here this week Friday evening. Mrs. Hllbert's Birthday Observed— Relatives last week Sunday even- Ing, at Homan Elsenbacher's surprised Mrs. Emma Hilbert, in' Tionor of her birthday. Other Wliitteinore News. Edward Burke, who hae a fractured hip, was taken to the McCreery hospital a few days ago for x-ray examination, which disclosed that the hip was still In place and knitting. It will be six weeks before he can move about. Mr. and Mrs. BJustrom, northeast of AVhittemore, entertained the following Sunday: the .1, E. Walkers, Mrs. A. J. Locke, son Arthur, all of AA'hittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker, and a Mrs. Cook, Algona. • 'Bernice Balgeman accompanied AA r alter Ditch and Everett Hershem, Mallard, to Fort Dodge Sunday to visit Mrs. Waldow Weiss, Mr Ditch's sister. Neva Ditch, who had been there, accompanied them back. A Mr. Mueller, Fort Dodge, superintendent of Lutheran schools, vis- d the local St. Paul's school last wppk Wednesday, and from here went to Lotts Creek and Fenton. The Leo Butlers. Aberdeen, S. D., visitpd the Van Hises last week! FYom here they went to Chicago to visit other relatives. Tho public school pupils have finished their second six weeks of schoejl. They wrote "exams" last Thursday and Friday. Dr. C. H. Oretzmeyer, of Algona, was here Saturday to see Mrs. Frances Chalus at the McCreery home. Typewriter Ribbons at the Advance WANT-ADS Bttl&G RESULTS Olga Elsbecker, R. N., went to Carroll Monday to resume nursing. She had spent three weeks here, caring for her sister, Mre, George Foth, and 'babe. She rode as far as Carroll with J. J. Sherman, who went to Red Oak, where he Will spend two weeks on business. Mrs. Linus Putz returned to her home at Waucona Sunday, after a visit since last Thursday with friends here. She taught Iri hlgh.i caused by excessive smoking and school here three years, and for two | foods that do not agree. Enjoy your ye'ars was principal. She came for' the junior play, The Private Tutor, ;lven last week Wednesday and Thursday evenings at the school ARE YOU TROUBLED WITH SMOKERS' INDIGESTION ? Excessive smoking, soft foods and little exercise often cause disturbed. stomach conditions,. Indigestion, acidity, and gns bloating. You need not quit smoking for you can get.qulck relief from the of ter effepts by taking Dr. Emil's Adla Tablets'. < Contain no harmful drugs or narcotics. Take them as often as necessary. Compounded by an experienced physician to counteract .disturbances meals. Be free from stfimach distress. Get Adla Tablets today. Large dollar bottle contains three weeks' treatment. E. W. Lusby, druggist. Gift Ca S( , forks free with the n, L standard 2G-pi C oeot ha8e( Open Eve,, i llgsTill9oi( , ( W, WEHLER 4 IT'S GOOD GOAL HERE •• IT'S BETTER WHEN YOU GET IT Thousands of home owners for the last 20 years have used and praised Grenadier—the genuine Consolidation Millers Creek Coal. But this season... this same good, reliable coal is still better! Now it is treated with Chemacol. One of the wonders of modern Science. A secret compound that makes coal burn better. Greatly reduces wasteful smoke and soot*—a saving on every ton. Order in your winter's supply now. You're sure to be delighted with Grenadier's satisfaction and economy. Priced for today's budgets. GRENADIER/ 'GENUINE CONJOLIDATION MIUEIU CREE CCWiOUOATWi RS CREEK COAL Look for these Tags in the Coal. 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