Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1932 · Page 5
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baCEMBER 8. 1932. MRS, AUGUSTA LAABS, 74, IS ~~ ATLJ, KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA •Wednesday, 1'hurs., Friday '" pcccmli|er 7, 8 and 5) The one you've been wait: for. Hook, , ?•), rllct Dec. C—Mr.s. Augusta week Ham Helgason's, Wallingford. '• Sunday guests at Jack Qulnn's were Mr. and- Mrs. Jay Quinn, Carroll, and the Edw. .Farrlses. The Mite society meets this Thursday with Mrs. William Knoll, MI-H. I. VV. Nftlson assisting. Mr.s. L. 11. Roderick has returned from .a visit with her sister, Mrs. Hiii-l AVlrth, Cedar Falls. The local Aid gave Its annual I dinner Friday, and the proceeds to- JOE B. BROWN, with little black Farina, of Gang lomedy fame, and Ginger ogers in. • "You Said a Mouthful" Ernst Ltibitsch's •ra —with-— MIRIAM IIOl'KINS CIIAS. RUGGLES KAY FRANCIS HERBERT MARSH ALL Edward Everett Horton Joef j"EXCUSE ' MY SPRAY!" Gangway for love! Joe's taking a high dive into romance tho' he can't swim a »troke...and a blond bathing beauty's behind it all! Don't miss ROWW <*• XOUf AID A MOUfHFUL A Flrit National hit with GINGER ROGERS "FARINA" of Our Gang fomc! . and Ilaiisc, south of ["wi], with whom she had lived dur- "HI the last several ypain. The cause | '•' death WH.H her third attack o£ pneumonia in two yearn. Funeral w'-rvlces were conducted by the Tfev I-- Fit-no at tlio Lotus Creek •Lutheran church Krlduy, anil burial was iiiiido In tho -Lolts Creek cemetery. .Mrs. Ijaul)n w:i.s born September I!!l, LSfiS, in I'ornmerania, Germany. On June 21, IS7!), she was married to '-arl Uiabs, and they came to Amer- Deeorah, spent KILLEOBY score, also a travel prize. The Henry Utafs took .their youngest boy to Rochester Monday to consult Mayo doctors. The P. H. Jensens, Fort Dodge, visited Fenton and Seneca friends last week-end. • The H. C. Goetsches visited Frances Bailey and Julia Ames at Britt j.Sunday. Dale Trotter, DCS MoincB, visited the Raymond ttloebers last Thursday. Mrs. J. IT. Graham, Hurt, visited Saturday ,i,t her son O. H. Graham's. ; Paul F.lglr.-r, Ames, drove home for a Sunday vifilt. 5TH BIJfnJDAY He stole her heart —while she pinched (his wallet! Lone Hock Couple Married— The marriage' of Verna, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. S. B. Hales, and Eldln, fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Marlow, took place in the presence of immediate rela- ve.s Sunday ait 2:30 at the Good lope church, the 1 -Rev...A. H. Wood fficlatlng. They were .attended by onald Marlow, cousin of the bride- room, and Virginia Bates, sister of 10 bride. A wedding supper was erved at. the home of the bride's arents. Mrs. Marlow was gradu- led from the bone Rock schools in 030. The couple arc at ' present ith the bridegroom's parents, but •ill begin farming in the spring. . H. Teams Defeat Sinieca— The local basketball teams won a ouble-header .'at Seneca Friday vening. The Seneca girls took an arly lead and held a 17-1C advant- ge at the half. The Lone Rock iris captured the lead midway in 10 fourth quarter, and were ahead 4-30 at the finish. .The Lone Rock oys held the lead throughout 'their ame, and won 27-17. With two vic- ories each, the Lone Hock boys nd girls are leading the north Kos- ulh conference. The boys will play wea City here this week Friday vening in what promises to be the oughest game on the schedule. TROUBLE IN PARADISE M MIRIAM HOPKINS nwFRAHCIS HERBERT MARSHALL Chirlit Rujglti • Edward Everrtt Horton Jl fala.-nmtnt r tuhat One modern paradise, one Adam, one apple, two eves— that makes two hours of love and laughs. Matinee 1-3 p. m., 10-25c. After 5 p. m., 10-25-35c. Tuesday, Wednes., Thursday December 13-14-15 Shame on you if you don't bring the whole family to Algeria this week for a million nouthfuls of mirth! [ Parina sacrificed her curls [to play the part of a boy. Laffs are a penny a dozen. A new kind of musical act -20 minutes, Fox News Matinee Thursday, 2:30 p. m. Saturday, December 10 ZANE GREY'S "Wild Horse Mesa" Randolph Scott, Sally Blane [,; Smashing romance of the PjPen range, -'i . .' EXTRA |Comedy, "Athletic Daze." dy— "Puppy Love" . "Heroes of the West" .Matinees, 1:30, 3:30 p. m. 10-25c GREATEST THRILLER EVER SCREENED! Entirely in technicolor — Lee Tracy, Pay Wray, Lionel Atwill. The greatest thrillei of them all! Filmed in gorgeous color—weird, wonderful You won't forget it as long as you live. Matinees Tuesday, Thursday, 2:30 p. m. The greatest thriller ever screened. Announcement I am prepared to do all kinds of sheet metal and tin york, also soldering and repairing. I will also specialize on warm air heating and air conditioning sys- te n)s. I have had several years experience along tins Jine and will appreciate your patronage. W. J. SIGSBEE Located in connection with G. B. John/ son Shoe Shop. *« i. - , T wfl . F. E, SAWYER, Opt. Algona, Iowa Nine children wore born. Two arc " t \""Z ileaxl, a]«o her huslmml, who died a I .vt'iir ago. The surviving children, b<.sideH Mrs. JIaa.se, are Robert, 'teinhold, Otto, Frletlerlch, Mrs. Anna Lanl)S, and Mrs. Marie Jaskulke. There are -10 grandchildren. Four brothers and live sisters live in Martin county. Fenton, !lutomobilc F was ed. The body was brought here for funeral services Tuesday at the Methodist church conducted by the Rov. J. T. Snyder, pastor, and burial was made beside the grave oC her husband in the Methodist cemetery .south of town. Mrs. Dehnert, whose maiden name was Augusta Caroline AVegner, was born August 5, 1803, in Wortin, Pommern, 'Prussia, Germany, and she was past 89 at death. 'At nine AT IBVINOTON Irvlngton, Dec. (i— Mrs. Earl Miller entertained 'Sunday in 'honor oC her mother, Mrs. ,1. M. Cox, who reached her 05th birthday this week Monday. Guests besides Mr. and Mrs. Cox were Mr. and Mrs. Grant Sample, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. AVors- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Goeders, ?' Ir ' and Mrs ' M - J - Jonos ' Mrs - stel la Sa1)ln - Mm ' M "Sgle Scnoby, and Cil l )ltola Sample. Mrs. Cox was pre- f nte<1 wlth numerous gifts. Mrs. . ' Ma £gio 'Schoby also reached her Goth she was brought to America by her I 1)irthday Monday, and Mrs. Schoby parents, who settled at 'Milford, Wls. On December 27, 18S4, she was married. Mr. Dehnert died May 26, 1912. Four children were born: Mrs. Clara Lohse, Raymond, Minn.; Mrs. Ida Wollin, 'Lake Mills; Mrs. Katie Thude, Waterloo, Wls.; Edward Dehnert, Lu Verne. . , In 1SS9 the family came to Iowa and Harmed 13 years. Then they came to TTenton. In 1918 Mrs. Dehnert went to Lake (Mills,- and she was still living there at death. There are 11 grandchildren and one great grandchild. iinlor High Dcc'lnm Held— •A-junior high school declamatory ontet was held last week Tuesday vening at the high school auditor- i. In the oratorical class finst •as won by Bernard Reilly; second, 'ernon Hollister. In drama/tics, 'earl Wiener placed • first; Marian ensen, second. Shirley Marlow )iacecl first In humorous; Jesse lanchard Jr., second. Others who poke were Chester Simpson, Grace >Je\vbrough and Robert Gladstone, ^jisic was furnished between class- s by the girls' glee club. Ju'dges vere Mrs. L. C. Dltmer, Mrs. W. J. otton, and Mrs. AV. G. 'Flaig. Sunday Visits ore Mnny— The Glenn Sharps, Lone Rock, and the Chris Godfredsons, of Ringsted, were Sunday guests at John Dempsey's; the G. 'M. Millers, Ringsted, Sunday at C. G. Humphrey's; the Oliver Stoebers, at W. E. Stoeber's; the 'Le Roy Newels and the John Hemigs, Hartley, (John Bollin- gers, and Mrs. Ursula Weisbrod at Vllke AVeisbrod's; the V. H. Clarks, Smmetsburg, and the Charles Lau- itzens, Whit'temore, at Dr. J. T. Valte'a; the AA r ."R. AVolfes at O. H. ichmidt's, Buffalo Center; the Ey- irett Dreyers, the Herman Hlntzes, .nd Mrs. Mary Mlttag at the:Louis Tintzes, Algona, and Mrs. Minnie Dreyer accompanied the Dreyers to pend the day with her sister, Mrs. Frank Schallin. Birthday Tea Is Planned— A lOc birthday tea will be given at he Methodist dining room this week Friday by 'the Aid. There will be a program. Hostesses will be Mesdames J. T. Snyder, E. C. AVeis- )rod, G. B. Johnson, J. B. Hansen, George (Boettcher, C. C. Voight, H. Lindsey, and Philip AVeisbrod. Yttcnd Lecture nt Algonn— Local Christian Endeavorers, ac- :ompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dacken and Mr., and Mrs. L. J. Holister, attended an Illustrated lee- ure, Palestine Speaks, at the Bapis! church, Algona, Sunday even- ng. olin Sprnnk Still Patient- Mrs. John Sprank returned 'Sun- lay from Rochester, where she was vith her husband last week. Mr. Sprank is a patient there. Mrs. Sprank expects to return to Rochester sometime this week. to the Lone Bookers Attend Funeral— Mr. and Mi's. Roy Jensen motored Perry last Thursday, called by news of the death of her sister-in- law, Mrs. Geo. P. Elvidge. Others from Lone Rock attended the funeral Saturday at Algona. Teacher Lulil Up 1)J' Fall— 'Ruth Cross fell and injured an ankle Sunday, and could not teach early in the week. Mrs. Benjamin substituted. P. T. A. to Sfect Tonight— The P. T. A. will meet this week Thursday evening, and a Christmas program .will be given. Other Lone Bock. Lola Moser, office girl for Thompson Yards Inc., Manlcato spent the week-end at the parenta John Moser's. Ella Ewoldt, who at' tends a commercial school at Man kato, accompanied Miss Moser tc spend the week-end with her par' ents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ewoldt. Jes sie Smith, of tho Algona ice cream factory, spent the week-end witl Ella. Mr. and Mrs. I. AA r . 'Nelson and Mrs. Eugene Hofius motored to Am boy, Minn., last Thursday to visl Mrs. Nelson's and Mrs. Hofius's sis ter, Mrs. Jesse I-Iohenstein. Mrs. Ho flus and Mr. Nelson returned tin same day, Mrs. Nelson remaining til Sunday. Ersel Blanchard and Cheste Alme motored to Quimby Saturday to visit the John Sones family and Beverly Jean Sones who had been visiting the Blanchards, went horn with them. Calvin Householder and Ralph Riedel motored to Des Molnes on< last week, and Mr. Riede and Mrs. Cox were both born and roared near Kenny, III. They have always celebrated their birthdays together, !•'. 11. Women, bailie Officers— At a recent all-day Farm Bureau meeting at Mrs. Fred Geigel's, officers were elected: Mrs. Paul Black, township chairman; Mrs. Harry Seeley, assistant; Mrs. 1C P. Roney, publicity chairman; cooperators— No. 1, Mrs. Arthur Benschoter; 2, Mrs. Paul Black; 3, Mrs. Carl Hutchins; 4, Mrs. Hugh Raney; 5, Mrs. Leslie Jenkins; G, Mrs. Hal Skilling; 7, Mrs. Harry Seeley; 8, Mrs. Geigcl; 9, Mrs. Morris Parsons. Mrs. Leaverton gave a lesson 1 on Christmas gifts. 3lvo Play at Doan .Church— The Epworth League presented Its iome talent play; An Old Fashioned, Mother, at the Doan Methodist church, northeast of Algona, last veek Tuesday evening. They had good-sized crowd, and lunch was served after the play. Corn Fodder Stack on Fire- It is reported that excitement reigned on the ridge road one evening last week, when a stack of corn- fodder belonging to Ben Terhune caught fire. The blaze was extinguished by neighbors, who, finding that water failed, pitched burning stalks away from the rest of the stack, Keiv Houses nt Galbralth— James Paine, who livee In part of the old vacated store at the Galbralth siding, will soon move into a new house, which is being built by one Kessler, near Algona. Another new house has been erected on the Galbraith property, across the road north from the John Schulz farm. Jack Hahle Is farming the place. H. B. A. Gives Christmas Hints— A large number of 4-H club girls and friends in the south half of the county attended a meeting at the Legion hall -Saturday. Mrs. Leaverton gave a lesson on hints for Christmas gifts. Camilla Frank] Part}- Hostess— Camilla, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Frankl, entertained a number of small friends Friday In honor of her seventh birthday. She received a number of gifts. HER PROBLEM IS SOLVED = at this ===== Fine Store for Men Here will be found practical gifts fo • men—and in this year of slim budgets, every gift should be practical, gifts to wear will solve, your prob- Below we list a few inexpensi-e practical gifts. Shower Honors Bride Here— A miscellaneous shower wae given at Mrs. Mary Kohlstedt's last Thursday night honoring Mrs. Clarence Kohlstedt, nee Evelyn Carson, who was married November IS at Fairmont. She received many g-ifta. Other Teuton News. The H. E. Relmers family and Mrs. W. C. Stamer accompanied the Henry Wegeners, tAlgona, to Mankato Sunday to visit 'the Henry Legenhausens, Mrs, / Legenhausen had recently had an operation, and had just been brought home from a hospital. •Mrs. J, T. .Snyder;:-., Mrs. J. T. Walte, and Mrs. Charles Weisbrod attended the funeral of Squair Hudson at Hurt Monday. Mrs. O. H, Schmidt was called to Hurt Saturday evening by news of the death of her father. The J. F. Newels and the F. J, Welsbrods were. 6 o'clock dinner guests at P. E. Weisbro'd's, Emmetsburg, Sunday evening. Qther guests were the Le Roy Newels and the John Hemigs, both of Hartley. The Ray Euskes left Sunday for Clear Lake to visit friends, and thence went to Milton to visit Mrs. Ruske's parents, before leaving for their home In Colorado. . The E. C. Weisbrods, accompanied by the William Boettchers, of Burt, went to Fort Dodge Saturday to | been Irvlngton residents for several Roy Wickvlre 16; Party- Thirty young friends attended a party at the Burlingame home Friday evening in honor of iRay Wickwire, celebrating 'his 16th birthday. Aid Supper Tomorrow Night— A public eupper will be served at the church annex this week Friday evening at 5:30. Other Irvington News. Vern Chrlstl, employed eome months at Earl Miller's, left one day last week. He planned to spend Christmas with his mother, Mrs. Minnie Reynolds, Trousdale, Kane.; also to spend some time with" his grandparents at Bethany, Mo. He will work at the Miller farm in the spring. Mr, and Mrs. William Curtis, of Sioux. Falls, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Curtsi'e sister, Mrs. Charles Sankey, and with the Arthur Rlleys and Bert Sankeye. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hicklln, near Titonka, were Sunday visitors here. The Lewis Scheppmans, Lakefield, Minn., were visitors Saturday and Sunday at Henry Scheppman's. The 'Farm Bureau women recently held an all-day meeting with Mrs. Carl Hutchins, 15 attending, and a lesson 'by Mrs. Leaverton on color and design was given. Mr. an.d Mrs, Glen Hain, who had lem. Shirts 50c to 1.95 Ties ______50c.to 2.50 Socks 15c to 1.00 Belts ___25c to 1.50 Gloves '___ 1.00 to 5.00 Caps 50c to 1.95 Mufflers 1.00 to 2.95 Robes 4.00 to 6.00 Sweaters 1.00 to 6.50 Sport Coats 1.95 to 6.50 Gladstone Bags _; 7.50 to 27.50 Suits : 13.50 to 29.50 Overcoats -__: 13.50 to 27.50 Hats ______ _1.95 to 6.00 Select Men's Gifts at a Men's Shop Zender & Galdwell IllllllllilUffl visit Mrs.' Welsbrod's niece, Mrs. C. C. Resee. Editor J. A. Schwartz attended a years, moved to Algona Saturday. An all-day meeting of the Aid was held last Thursday at quilting. 25th anniversary Rotary club lunch- i Twelve attended, eon Monday at Algona honoring W. j A new bridge Is being put In on C, Dewel, publisher, of the Advance. | the county road Just east of Prank Mrs. F, J. Weisbrod was hostess i Weber's, to her bridge club Saturday, and Ben Terhune, maJl carrier, is drlv- Mrs. H. E. Relmers won the high Ing, a new Ford tudor. home a portable hammer day brought Glen Sharp, accompanied by his brother Delbert and Rudolph Fischer motored to Chicago last week Wednesday, returning Thursday. J M. Blanchard, N. L. Cotton, <Uex Krueger, and A. A. Krueger attended the funeral of Mrs. Carl Laabs at Lotts Creek Friday. The Robert Padgetts sand William Krause were Sunday guests of Mrs. Kathryn Re«d and Mr. and Mrs. Cliffoiil 'Meyer, Humtooldt. The Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Gladstone attended a ministerial meeting at Lakota Monday. The Rev. and Mrs, Frerking entertained. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wiener and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder epent Sunday with Mr. Schroeder's parents at Emmetsburg. Arthur Sprang and 'Fred Flalgr motored to Rochester last week iyednesday to see John Sprank. Frank Whitney, Eagle Grove, arrived Monday for a few days with hie sister. Mrs. H. B. Mlcha. Mr and Mrs. Frederick Schulte were'Sunday dinner guests at WH- PROBLEMS ARE INVITED IF YOU have any printing jobs turn them over to us for a perfect result. We will gladly advise you, without charge, on any printing problems you have. I There is Nothing Finer for a Gift | than I FURNITURE 1 We are just listing a few SPECIAL Gift Items Sewing Room Suites Solid Walnut End Table Sofa Pillows - - - Metal Smoking Stand $35.00 and up - - • - 95c 85c and $1,00 — 65c GET YOUR TICKETS **£% j Foster's Furniture Co. 3IIIIIIHIIHIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIII The Adi Ni

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