Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1932
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3 SCHOOLS IN 1-ACT PLAYS AUEDYARD •Ledyatd, Deo. 20—Last week Monday evening three one-act plays were presented here, one each by Burt, Tltonka, and Ledyard. Burt presented Welners, Wednesday with the following cast: William Foster, Verio Thaves i Mrs. Poster, Sarah gchroeder; Marian, Oenevlevo Patterson; Jack, Gardner Patterson 1 Bunnle, Barrel Riddle; Madam Cos- tlnettl, Lucille Sewlck. Titonka pre- (ented With the Help of Plerette, with the cast: Punchinello, Woodrow Peterson; Columbine, Mao Budlong; Harlequin, Donald Banta; j?lerette, Leota Oesterrelcher. Led- Jrard'a play was, One Hundred Per font, and was given by:. Mr. 'Stand- «lh, WHlte Dyer; Mre. Standish, Lillian Sanders; Prunella Blandish, Aleitha Brack; Wlnthrop Standlsh, James Logan; Marie, Marjorle Matzeuei 1 ; Daisy Bytheroad, Idah «Telkamp; Bridget, Thelma Friest. iLast week Wednesday Mre. George /Thompson entertained the Methodist tea. Mesdames iLaura Nlester, •Wetech, Warner, Sprank, Max Nltz, and L/C. Strand were her guests. Mrs, Nlester will ,be hostess to the next tea. Glen Reeco Under Knife— Glen Reece was taken ill suddenly •last week Wednesday and was taken ,to the Kossuth hospital at Algona that night by Dr. Somers, where he ^underwent an operation for appendicitis. He te recovering nicely. Itjhrec Churches Have Programs— t'The Methodist 'Sunday school will Bglve Its Christmas..^program Saturday -evening at 7:30. The German iReform will have Its program the i^ame night, and the German Evangelical will be Friday evening. Ernest Fnrrow Passes- Ernest Farrow died last Wednes- Iday afternoon at 3:15 with paralytic • pneumonia, from which he had been •'suffering for over a week. -Burial Ijvras made at Blmore Saturday af- Ijternoon. Christinas Program Friday— Friday a-fternoon in the high • school auditorium there will be a IjChristmas program given by the •[grades and the band and' orchestra. • Barents and friends are invited. lairs. Wentworth Ijoses Niece— I- Mrs. . Roy Wentworth received • word -Sunday morning of the death ••of her sister's 7-months-old toby lilrl, who died that morning at Q3uf- rfalo Center. • 'Thompsons 85 Years Wed— I, The George Thompsons spent I'Sunday at W. B. Mason's at Lu •'Verne, where they celebrated their l:25th wedding anniversary. ijlione Hock Defeats Locals—i 1 { Lone Rock boys and girls basket- J.Jball teams won both games here Fril ; flay. The boys won 15 to 11, and Tthe girls 24 to 3. J:Cow Kicks a Woman— r' Mrs. (Braher was badly bruised last j: Thursday - morning when she was j kicked t>y a cow. Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Welfare, ^Mr. land Mrs. James Welfare and Doris, •Mr. and Mrs. Chas. HIMerty, and • Aleda Green spent Sunday at Ben IGesch'e, near Elmore. I The Ralph Olsons, Jack Lynchs • and Juie Selferts were in Algona • Saturday. L. W. Weimer and •George Moulton were In Algona last tweek Wednesday. I' Edwin Lloyd, second eon of James JlLloyd, has been very 111 the past •Week with trench mouth. He Is under Dr. Devine's' care and is now [Improving. , . ' '•• • : The A. E. Laurltzens, Marjorle Btranahan, Frank Moulton, Mildred .nd Harold Granner and Genevleve Cltley were In Algona Saturday . Last Thursday evening the Bridge flub entertained the men of the club a 6:30 Christmas dinner. The (evening, was spent playing bridge. Mrs, Wetee, of Cuehlng, Minn,, same last week to spend.the rest of pie winter with her daughter, Mre. Albert. Brand. Mrs, D. 03. Mayer entertained the Methodist Aid at her home last Thursday afternoon. A good crowd ivas present, vjnv.'second -son of -Warren- Ljbyd, Is suffering with bronchial pneumonia and Is under. Doctor ^vine's care, < •'•:'"'•;• School closes this .Friday'for a. iveek; vacation. :The ,teachers plan to spend; their vacation at' their homes. •••• • I-1C. T. Junklns drove to Eagle Groye last week Wednesday to meet bfe wife, who came, from Omaha, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Baumann are arents of a son born December 13 t the.Fred Baumann home. Evelyn Anderson came Saturday from Chicago to spend a. month with Jier parents. ^•Adelaide Randall entertained the sewing circle laet week Tuesday |vening. : Leon Worden's sister, of . Dows, Ipent last week here vlsjtlng him. Dosing Rebekahs Will Be Hostesses at Burt KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. At/l(WA 1 0 WA Burt, Dec. 20—The contest which has been conducted In the Rebekah lodge the past i ew months closed Thursday night, the side of which Esther Olson was captain winning «y quite a number of points. .Points were given for attendance, payment of dues, visiting the sick, etc. The losers will entertain the winners In the near future. TKe Retoekah and Odd Fellow lodges will hold joint Installation Thursday evening, January 5. Eastern Stars Name Officers— Kossuth Chapter No. 201, O. E. S., has elected officers: Mrs. C W Patterson, W . M.j Dr. R, H. Thompson, W. P.; Mrs. E. E. Paine, A. M.; F. E. Rulbey, A. P.; Mrs. G. P. Hawcott, conductress; Mrs. G. E. Brace, associate conductress; Mrs. J. E. Clifton, secretary; and Mrs. P. L. Dremmel, treasurer. Pastor's Mother Is Sick— The Rev. S. H. Aten was called to Ambrldge, Pa., last week Tuesday by the eerlous Illness of his mother, Mrs. Olivia Aten, who is past 80 years of age. There was no preaching service at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning on account of his absence. Mrs. W. J. Davlson Taken Sick- Mrs. W. J. Davison was suddenly taken seriously 111 Friday. Her daughter Irma, who teaches at •Sioux Rapids, and son Frank and family, Iowa City, were summoned and came at once. At present, -Mrs. Davlson is getting along nicely. Mrs. Krlethe Loses Mother- Mrs. P. F. Krlethe was called to Owatonna, Minn., Sunday by the death of her .mother, Mrs. Edward Kuchenbecker, who died Saturday night following a Ions illness. Funeral services were Monday. Mrs. Trainer's Condition Critical- News from Mrs. W. T. Trainer, who had a limto amputated at Iowa City a week ago Saturday, -states that she is still in a very critical condition. Mr. Trainer and son H. W. are both with her. Sunday Schools Plan Program— The Methodist and Presbyterian churches are preparing Christmas programs to toe given on Christmas eve. The Presbyterian school will give Its program on Friday night. School Plans Basket, Social— A basket. social and Christmas program will be given by the Lincoln school, Dist. No, 6, taught by Nelda Valentine, on Thursday evening, December 22. Family (o Minnesota— The IRanney Putzes moved last week Tuesday to Truman, Minn., where they will term the coming year. Ofhcr Burt JVews. •Mrs. Earl Vincent, Algona, spent a couple of days the first of last week at the D. L. Oodden home, helping care for her mother, who has been 111 for several years and was worse at that time. The Rev. and'Mrs. L. Rlchmann attended the funeral of Rev, Faul- stlch last week Friday at Whltte- more. H B had been pastor of the Lutheran church there for 46 years. Maybelle Gray came from Sioux City Saturday to spend the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L,. Gray. She Is a student at Mornlngeide college. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Klamp and Mrs. Mary Stewart returned last week Tuesday from Lynd, Minn., where they had spent a few days with relatives. Irma Crumley, Des Molnes, came Saturday and visited over Sunday at the .1. H. Graham home. Miss Crumley taught here a number of years ago. A good crowd attended the Christmas cantata presented by the Pree- j byterlan choir Sunday evening. It I was considered excellent. Mrs. Ole Sandsto, Elmore, Minn., spent last Thursday night at the M. I. Morness home. She had .been visiting in Sioux Falls, S. D. Dean Clapsaddle and Grover Fair| banks, Coe college students, came home last Saturday to spend the Christmas vacation. Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Kriethe and daughter Eugenia, and Mrs. Al Staehle were business visitors in Des Moines Friday. H. O. Buell returned Saturday from Rochester, Minn., where he 'submitted to an operation about a ! month ago. George Koestler is able to foe about again alfter toeing confined to his home for a couple of weeks with illness. The Roscoe Stewarts arrived a I week ago Sunday froni Eden, N Y They will farm here the coming year. School will close here Thursday for a Christmas vacation, which will continue until January 3. The Will Gormans, Wesley, spent the week-end at the W. D. Kearns home. WHITTEMORE LOSES TWICE ATjmOSEN Whittemore, Dec. 20—The iboys' and girls' public school basketball teams played at Ottosen last week Tuesday evening, and though the Ottosen girls had planned to win by a big score the locals gave them a good run. At the half the score was n-<10 in favor of the locale. June VVehrspan. had'tough luck by fouling out shortly after the quarter. L. Kuecker then totfk Wehrspan'e place at center. In the third quarter .the game etill looked close, but in the last quarter the locals gradually lost. Lillian, Heidenwith also had fouled out In this quarter. The 'final score was 32-17. The local boys also played a good game. Henry Hahn is back, after having been laid up with a lame back. The boys stayed ahead most of the game, but lost in the last quarter, score 32-17. Father and Daughter Celebrate- Last Sunday George H. Airhart, Rodman, and Mrs. S. A. Savage, his daughter, local telephone operator, celebrated their birthdays, tooth falling on the/ same day. They celebrated at Mrs. Savage's home, where a three-course dinner was served. Attending: the Airhart family, Clyde Airharts; and Mrs. Ross Frye, Nevada, la., who has been here; three weeks and will be accompanied home by Mr, and Mrs. Savage this week Wednesday/ returning next day. The'-elder Mr. Airhart is 74, but as spry as 60 years ago. Mrs. S. A. Savage-has been telephone operator 13 years last September. Esther pst- wald is takrig care of the switchboard while Mrs. Savage is away. lotts Creek Pair Married- Only two day e before his death; theOlev, :Mr, Faulstlch, at his home, performed a marriage ceremony for Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, and Herbert, son of Mr. and (Mrs. 'Richard, Potratz, .Lotts Creek. Edna Sphultz and iMartin Potratz were witnesses, Edna 'being Ruth's sister. This was a week ago Sunday. " ,' Visiting- Babe to Hospital— Frances, year-old daughter of Mrs. 1 2harles Carroll, Milwaukee, was :aken to the McCreery hospital last Thursday evening. Mrs. Carroll came '.o attend the funeral of her father, the Rev. Mr, Faulstich, and the baby took sick shortly after her ar- rival. Mrs. Carroll was Hilda Faulstich. Santa Greets Whlttemore Children— The streets were crowded Saturday afternoon to greet Santa. A telegram had told of his coming, and he had much candy for the children. In addition the business men threw from the tops of store chickens which had tags tied to their legs for prizes. Bank Employe laid Up— | ,Bertha Vaudt, bookkeeper at the I Farmers bank, has been confined to "her home. She had teeth..extracted at Fort (Dodge in the hope of improved health. Pupils Get Slutting Tickets— The grade and high school pupils of both the pulblic schools and 'Presentation academy received free tickets to the Gaarde skating rink last week. Oakdale .Patient Is Improving— Mary Alma O'Brien, who is at the Oakdale sanitarium, has gained five pounds and is much better. Other Whittemore News. Julius Naas, Eetherville, and his son Daniel came Friday to attend the Rev. Wm. Faulstich's funeral. The Naas family formerly lived here. Mrs. Naas had just returned from the hospital after'having been there for two weeks, with an infected Jaw, which followed extraction of a tooth. Ruth Balgeman, daughter of Supervisor and Mrs. F. J. Balgen\an ; and teacher at Sheffield, is at home , for a two weeks vacation. The ' school at Sheffield had to be closed early because too many children were at home with the mumps. • Arthur Nelson, laborer here three years, has gone to Valley City, N. p., for the holidays with his parents. He will make visits-in several states before returning, ' ~ H. C. Meyer returned Friday evening from Chicago and Kenosha, Wis,, where he,, visited his sons William and Carl, and Edw. Travis. (Mrs. Arthur Lunsmann, of Mason City,, and her son Elmer came Friday to attend the Faulstich funeral, going back the same evening. The Henry Beckers, Eaeton, Minn., left for home last week Wednesday after visits here. They are Whittemore oldtimers. Mr, and Mrs. William Madsen are parents of a girl, born Sunday, the first girl. They .have two boys. •Mrs. Seth B. Cairy won a free permanent given away Saturday evening at the Rusch beauty shop. Mrs. Helen Walters has been sick. PLAYS GIVEN BY 3 SCHOOLS ATJITONKA Tltonka, Dec. 20—Three one-act Plays will be given here this week Monday night and at Burt Tuesday night. Ledyard gives One Hundred Per cent, characters—Willis Dyer, Lillian Handers, Aletha Brack! James Logan, Marjorie Matzener, ;ida-Telkamp, Tjekna Friest. (Burt gives Wienies on Wednesday j cast— , Verle Thaves, Sarah Schroeder Gen- evleve Patterson, Gardner Patterson, Donald Riddle, Lucille Sewlck. Tl- tonka gives With the Help of Pierrette; cast — Woodrow Peterson, Donald Banta, Edithmae Budlong, Leota Oesterrelcher. The Burt and Ledyards plays are comedies; Tl- tonka's a play of fancy. The local Girls' Glee club, directed by Irma Camptoell, sings here. Locals Split With Lone Rock— A double-header basketball contest took place here against Lone Rock last week Tuesday night. There was also a volley ball game between local married and single men, and the married men won. The local first B. B. team lost to (Lone Rock, but the seconds won. A number of Lone Rock-.high school rooters attended. The local juniors sold candy and popcorn and made $3. Epworth League Party Given- Attending an Epworth League party at the Rev. F. Paul's last Thursday night were Edna Ites. Lewis and Vern Bacon, Loralne Peterson, Niel Slack, and Donald Cal- lles, guests, and Leota Oesterreicher, Edithmae Budlong, Kathryn and ; Wilbur Schram, Mildred, Fern, and Harold Krantz, Willis, Phelps, Arlo and Barley Larson, and Barbara Ball, members. Hlg-h Check List Announced— The ten high cream checks this month go to: Nick Heesch, $154.76; Bruno Stecker, $111.75; (Bartlett & .Sons, $90.00; Fred Stecker, $75.75; j Warner Smidt, ?73; Henry Gray, i $71; George Rippentrop, $62.25; John Koestler, $61.25; Phelps & [Sons, $56.25; John E. Sleper, $50.50; John A. Harms, $50; and George Eden, $50. . Club Helps Children's Home— The .Woman's club met at Mrs. C. A. Hoon's last Thursday night; 'assisting hostess, Mrs. Theodore Dunmire. Instead of exchanging gifts as in years before, each member donated 25c for 'the Iowa Orphans Home arid the Education .Fund. Truck and Automobile Collide— Wilbur Schram, driving a truck east of town the other day, crashed into a car at a crossroads, and both ; cars were damaged some, but no one was hurt seriously, a few scratches 'being the only result. Christmas Tree Next Saturday— i There will be a community Chrlst- j mas tree, with popcorn, Saturday afternoon. The popcorn is donated by people of the community. Kebekahs Observe 30th Year— The Rebekahs celebrated their j 30th anniversary Monday night. A I program was given, and refreshments were served. Basketball Game Tonight— A basketball game will be played this week Thursday night at the high school gym against Wesley, Alumni Plan Annual Banquet— The high school alumni plan a party for next Monday night, Other Tltonka News. .Irene Callies ,who has worked at Sioux City a year, came .as far as Armstrong with Arthur Mitchell, attending Morningslde college, and Carl Callies, her brother, met her there and brought her home Friday night. Kenneth and Kermit Larson, em- ployed at Clarion, were visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Larson, last week Tuesday night, and attended a basketball game against Lone Rock. Hazel Stott, who had visited Mrs. William Amesbury, Carroll, a few days, returned Saturday. Earl Stott met her at Fort Dodge. Violet Slack, .Morningslde college, arrived Friday evening for a Chrlst- |mas vacation with her father, B. O. [Slack and brother Neil. Mrs, Stephen de Vrles, C. A. Hoon, and Mrs. Ray Budlong were j at Algona last week Wednesday af- I ternoon. I The Luther League served oyster stew, hamburgers, coffee, and pie in the church basement Saturday ! night. PACHB TRtUM \ Sexton Mr. and Mrs. James iBrophy were entertained at Clem Cunningham's last Thursday evening in honor of Charles Cunningham's third birthday, A-n oyster supper was served. Emmet Paetz has gone to LouisI- . ana to look at land with a view to locating there. The Wise family held a reunion Sunday at the Mack Wise home. Mr. and Mre. JLoyd Steven, Burt, the Arch Bergers, Tltonka, the Charles Stratton's . Hutching, the Henry i Phillips family, Wesley, Mrs. G. B. Wise, daughters Nell and Mrs. Drusilla Noble, and the son Herman of Sexton, attended. Mr. and (Mrs. Clem Cunningham entertained at dinner Sunday (Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and daughter Edith. 'Mr. and Mrs. Orren Johnson spent Sunday at John Miller's. Mrs. Miller is a sister of Mrs. Johnson. Mr, and Mrs. Nick Arndorfer were guests at Matt JDormann's Sunday evening, and Mrs. Arndorfer's sister, Ella 'Simon, was also there. A program will be g*ven Friday evening at the church here. The Sexton and Kutschara schools will give programs this week Wednesday evening. Choir practice wae held Monday night at Orville Hedrick's. The young people were practicing Christmas eongs. ' Mrs. Alva MdMurray and her (Jon Robert were sick Sunday with severe colds. 'Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grosenbach attended a county Farm Bureau ' meeting Monday at Algona. Alberta and Emory Grosenbach were Sunday dinner guests at A. A. Bishop's, Algona. The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York (The First American Life Insurance Company) Announces the appointment of L. E. HOVEY AS REPRESENTATIVE IN Kossuth County and vicinity Mr. Hovey is well-known and respected throughout Kossuth and adjacent counties, having served as sheriff and deputy for the past eleven years. At the expiration of his present term of office, January 1, he expects to devote his entire time to the service of old and new Mutual Life policyholders. John H. Hauber, Manager 1122 Des Moines Bldg., Des Moines, Iowa Men and women of character are invited to apply for agency connection. Specials for CHRISTMAS Cranberries, 2 Ibs. 25c Fancy Jonathan Apples, 5 Ibs. 25c Mixed Candy, 3 Ibs. 25c Dressed Chicken, per Ib. 15c Dressed Ducks, per Ib. __14c Dressed Geese, per Ib. 18c Dressed Turkeys, per Ib. 16c Lutefish, per Ib. 10c Fancy Oysters, quart 55c Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Christmas Trees and Nuts. Pig pork and baby beef by the half or whole. Top Price for Eggs. fl.R.SORENSEN&Ca Phones 138 and 139. WE DELIVER SEASON'S GREETINGS Dear Friends: At this Holiday Season our thoughts turn gratefully to those whose friendship we have been privileged to enjoy. To you, as one of the many friends whose patron,age and good will have made possible our progress, we heartily extend the Season's Best Greetings. May this Holiday Season be the heartiest and happiest you 'have ever enjoyed, and may the New Year bring you and your's added happiness and prosperity. , Sincerely yours, Wm. C. Dau Garage General Auto Repairing, Fender and Body Work, Car Painting, and Electrical Work. |lll!llllllill!lllllll!llll!!lllll!llll!llillllllM iFire SALE Extra Special! r MEDICINES Rheumatic— PATENT Richard's size "IwC Dr. Miles Preparation— size Vinal Tonic $1.20 size ___ Warner's Rheumatic Remedy— $1.25 size __ Chamberlain's Colic Remedy 65c size Peerless Dry Cleaner— Like Energine, 9Qf« 59C latic 57c alic 33c as 75c size S Pluto— as 50c size 25c 16c Pluto— 25c size Dares Mentho Pepsin $ . L15 size Veg-All, vegetable tonic, $1.25 size _. 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Wakefield Blackberry Balsam, 50c size Capor Inhalent, 50c size •svru • ••• * — 60c a, 67c 63c 59c 89c 43c 23c Eastman Kodaks ,. - 40 per cent Discount Sheaffer Pens and Pencils 40 per cent Discount ^_*^^ * Beautiful New Atomizers, New Merchandize 1 bottle perfume Free with each atomizer i Leather Goods j KEY CASES AND BILL FOLDS I Vz Reg. Price Wall Paper Living Room _ $1.49 Bed Room _9gc Kitchen ~ 89c Complete, side wall, ceiling, border. | Paine & Sorensen illlllllllllllllllllllllllljjlijjjjg BEFORE CHRISTMAS SALE! — Our Entire Stock of Gift Goods — '*,.* -' •• r ' " . * ' 3 Big Days - Thursday, Friday and Saturday - 3 Big Days - \ . :. , . (" Bargains and lots of Bargains. All gifts priced within reach of your pocketbook Open'iveliiiigs . , • K, D. JAMES TJIp • ' • ' - - . ' - ' HB^ I ' ,, . • • •

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