Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 12, 1933 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT WORK MEETING HELD HERE BY M, tfASTOHS Plans for Year Are Outlined for the District. «y C. V. Hulsc. On call of the Rev. W. G. Muhle-, t . ullo „., oilo . ^, lcl ,, v ,.„„„„ cu man, superintendent of the Algona I the program refreshments district, the pastors were brought : served. THURSDAY, JANttARY 12. lAfnsons, Slurs Have Installation— The Masons units in the county, .„.,.,-• ,, th , e Eastc ]j n gona, Titonka, and a rural council. Stars held joint installation of offi- officers of the county council are- cnrs last Thtmsday night at the | uArra . iT> , T . Budlong, Titonka, chair- Masonic temple. C. K. Chubb was mnn; Mrs. A. (Bishop, vice chairman: . tho Installing Masonic officer, and Martha Thorpe, worthy past matron, served for the Eastern Stars. After installation the Rev. F. J. Clark spoke briefly, and vocal selections by Mrs. Clark followed. After together lost week Tuesday for an all-day conference at the Algona Methodist church. The following pastors were here: Charles Buckwalter, Alexander; C. B. Mitchell. Armstrong; E. E. Benn, Ayrshire; J. C. Buthman, Belmond; G. W. Eggleston, Britt; A. A. Howe, Buffalo Center; J. E. Clifton, Burt; F. W. Ortmeyer, Clarion; O. 33. Schaal, Corwlth; R. V. Hotchkiss, Cylinder; C. R .Yeager, Dolliver; Edward Pruitt, Emmebsburg; W. A. Wlnterstoin, Kstherville: J. T. Snyder, Ponton; H. O. Ward, Forest City. T. E. Hoon, Garner; W. S. Handy, Goldfield; A. H. Wood, Good Hope; The following officers were installed: L. F. Rice, worshipful master; Glen Shore, senior warden; William Shirley, treasurer; Mrs. E. A. Genrich, secretary. The purpose of the county council Is to exchange ideas and secure outside speakers. IVIIinn Selpmnn Ig Bride— Wilma vSeipman was married last week Tuesday morning at St. Cecelia's church to C. V. Froehlich, Wesley. The Rev. Father T. J, Davern performed the ceremony, George Johnson, junior warden; | The attendants were Eleanor This- T-Tllt>*ll "T-TnvYvm v, f i'n?i om'ru.. T^ T. T.np_ ...... . _ Hugh Herman, treasurer; D. L. Leffert, secretary; Raymond Irons, senior deacon; Earl Sprague, junior deacon; Walter Smith, senior steward; Irving Ureh, junior steward. Following are the Eastern Star officers: Minnie Long, worthy matron; J. A. Brownell, worthy patron;"Leora St. John, associate matron; M. J. McCall, associate patron; Alice Hutching, secretary; Malre Keith, treasurer; Violet Benschoter, conductress; Bertha sen and the bridegroom's brother John. The bride, who Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Selpman, for the last year was employed at Dr. F. C. Scanlan'e offices. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Froehlich, Wesley, and he is a farmer. After a short wedding trip Mr. and (Mrs. Froehlich will be at home on a farm near Wesley. French, associate conductress; Ruby — .w. *., — — - —. - , a.-iuinjii t us-ouujjiiL! uuiiuuuiiE?as, .Ttu uy C. L. Day, Havelock; L. H. Scheer- T . hm . p<?i ma rsha!; Genevleve Gener, Kanawha; .1. L. Ralston, Klcmme; William Baddeley, Lu "Verne; J. H. (Bounds. Curlew; IT. A. Royman, Plover; .Belden Welkel, Renwick; L G. .Gartner. Rowan; B. L. Weaver, Rutliven; G. R. McDowell, Swea City; M. L. Carver, Thornton; Fremont Faul, Titonka; I. C. McNul-ty, Wesley; :F. W. Whitford, West Bend; 'Ralph Baker, Woden. Tournament Opened — Mrs. W. E. Kain is sponsoring COOKING SCHOOL TO BE HELD HEIEJECT WEEK Margaret I/arsen, well-known food expert, will conduct a two-day Better. Baking school at the new warehouse of the Algona Flour & Feed Co. next week Wednesday and Thursday. Miss Larsen's classes will open daily at 2:00 p. m. How to simplify baking, what makes cakes fall, how to keep juice from running out of pies, and common causes of inferior bread are some of the many problems which will bo discussed by Miss Larsen. Demonstrations on the platform will include suggestions for short- cms in kitchen operations, new recipes for luncheon and party dishes, and pointers on how to save money in cooking •H..H4H) .M44444l"l4i Hi -I4-I-M-M-I .I..M..M 1 \ 1 j j H t II . Basketball "Dope" :j EVAN E. FINNELL The academy quint won its open- Ing game Friday evening from the Port Dodge academy on the latter's floor, 19-12. Coach Butler's squad consists of .^radically the same men as last year, except Kanouff, lost by graduation. Experience and late opening <* keep a clean slate. A good game Js In store, Hegarty, Wai guard, should be commended on the way he Is controlling a somewhat fiery temper this season. He has committed only one foul. This was at Fort Dodge, where .he played a good defensive game. He promises to be one of the "•*•*"••• jj*».|jw* iwn^c ti<iv* jci'itj vjJdinig e»ini*w« .He jji (jiiiinea LU uti UI1G OL tiM of the season's schedule, with plenty I academy's best players this season - .. - . . . ^nnpli "RiiUnvt 1 iiAArl /-mi** £!*»_ *-M*tv of time for practice, gives the team decided advantages. In the first quarter at Fort Dodge locals missed many tip-In shots, University of Minnesota and has been prominent in national 4-H club work. She is well versed in every opposing team on defensive during nearly the entire first period. Kelly, WUI-K. one is wen verseu in every ,„_ , - , , , , . -----Phase of domestic science and wlSj^L ±^«T^/^ !?^ demonstrate many new and interesting recipes. All Algona or other women are Invited to attend. There will be no admission charge. Skelgas equipment from Bjustrom'e and kitchen consistently. The score at the end of the quarter was 4-2 in the locals' favor. In the second quarter the Corpus Christi quintet played a strong defensive game. The" 1 locals were un- eciuipment from Richardson's will be own . used, and the Long, Akre, and Al- ' gona Market groceries will cooper- able to keep the and Six Sub-Districts. Following devotions at 9 a. m., Doctor Muhleman read a communication from Bishop Leete, of the Omaha area, pertaining to conference designated gifts and made a statement regarding distribution of eustentation funds, some of which he said were now available from dividends of closed banks. The Algona district is divided into els sub-districts, ench of which includes six to eight charges. For convenience and effectiveness in promoting the work of the churches and district and conference work, they are organized with a pastor in each as chairman of district and BUb-distriot committees on evangel- Ism, religious.. education, brotherhood, young people's activities, church administration, and conference institutions. CoinniiU.pos Outline Your. : At the meeting last week Tuesday the committees representing these lines of endeavor met and outlined plans for the work' of the year. The plans were .then submitted to the whole body, and after discussion and amendment were adopted as the district program. - mi.-). ,*. ^t. rvuiii JB sjiuiiaurintj a, rich, chaplain; Mary Hough, organ- contract bridge tournament at her list: Adah, Mabel Olson; Ruth, 'Beu-' , , lah Smith; Esther, Mabel Handler; Martha, Delia McCullough; Electa, Ethel Loss; warder, .Ruth Mahan; sentinel, Hugh Herman. Odd Fellows Install The Rebekahs and the Odd Follows held joint installation of officers Monday night. After installation there was a social hour, followed by lunch and dancing. Lillian Sheldon, Burt, district dep- home. The first of six parties was held Tuesday. 'Luncheon is followed by bridge. There were 20 women at Tuesday's party. Besides two prizes awarded at each meeting, there will be grand prizes at the end of the tournament. Mrs. C. H. Williams was high Tuesday; Mrs. J. L. Bonar second high. Games will be played every other week. ate. George Dutton 8; Party- George Dutton was 8 Friday, and 1 • ------- — ' uuui^« jjuLton was a i< riaay, uty president, and her staff install- ho celebrated by entertaining a. ed the Rebekahs, and Chester group o£ boys bebween 4 and 7:30 Thomas, Titonka, district grand , p . m . at samee and dlnner> He jg "" " Odd Fellows. h ' S Staf£ lnstalled th e ( the son of Mr. and Mrs.' John Dut- Following are the Rebekah officers: Emma Dehnert, noble grand; Luella Bruns, vice grand; Mabel Lund, secretary; Josephine Wolcott, treasurer; Hazel easier, warden; Bertha Spear, conductor; Henry Bruns, inner guard; Conrad Herman, outside guard; Mae Anderson, R. S. X. G.; Pearl Moore, L. S. N. G.; Carrie Wright, R. S. V. G.; Mae Herman, L. S. V. G.; Rose Jones, :haplain. Following are the Odd Fellow officers: W. A. Arneson, noble grand; H. Douglas, vice grand; Henry Bruns, secretary; William Dehnert, treasurer; Warren Laird, chaplain; Lou Jenkinson, warden. a»,. ; — rallies should be managed, and the church ' °™^. Performed the cere- Rev. Mr. Ortmeyer led a dtar.,,*,im, m ° ny at hls H arsOT >age in the presence of the bride's sister Lillian, Rev. Mr. Ortmeyer led a discussion on how the man power of the church should be utilized. At the afternoon session the Rev. "Mr "Wn M ,=»iM'<i r»vi "TH-m TT-, a J-'nt: 'Ji me: HUE, urcii vmjjiuyeu ill. ---~->Our iVstan'dinK Comm ttee^ o nrt the Iocal S "' ift P lant as bookkeeper Allies. Mrs. Edith Hutchison will Manning Committees, and threeyefm . , g])e wag ffraduated | read a paper on Brazil and Her Unon the Rev. Mr. 'Snydei church records. The pastors reported that in spite of difficultias in all kinds of church enterprises as regards finances, T.H..CI i>i iatT> iiw if^iirus iinances, , — there is a profound appreciation of from the A] ^ orla - ht S« school in 1925, flio r.v,n,-ov, ,.^,,1 „ /!„<>:„!.- ,, ^_ and is now employed at the Aleona the church and a definite regard for spiritual values which augers well for the future. BIG DROP IN 1932 IN FILINGSJYJIECOBDER The number of instruments filed for record in the county recorder's office dropped 17 per cent in 1932 from 1931. The total for 1S32 was S3S7, while the total for 193] was 64C5, or a thousand instuments more. The last six years show interesting rise and fall. The totals by years follow: 1932 -------------------------- r,3S7 1931 ------------------------- $6405 1030 -------------------------- 6037 1929 -------------------------- C 4 31 192S -------------------------- f)769 1927 -------------------------- 5354 The arrival of hard times was heralded in 1929 by a large increase in tho number of instruments. In 31)30 there was another increase, to the largest numluM- ever filed. Then in the lasl two years the totals dropped. A probnlble oaiiisp of the drop is the lack of loan value in many com- inodititH. and tho general tightening up in loans. Another cause is the falling off in the number of sales contracts for new cars or the more expensive farm machinery. BONDING COMPANY ON H, S, IS NOW IN RECEIVERSHIP The Union Indemnity Co., surety bonding concern with main offices at New Orleans, has gone into the hands of a receiver, according to newspaper reports. The company •supplied the Mayer construction company Iwml for the new Algona high school building and when the Contractor wa« unable to finish the building the coinp-my relet the work to the Spencer construction company at a higher figure than the Mayer bid. The company lost in the neighborhood of $40,000 on this deal. The schoolhouse bond adjustment Was completed more than a year ago, and the local school district is not affected by the receivership. Surprise Party Given. Lotta Creek, Jan. 10 — Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin were taken by surprise Sunday evening when a large number of relatives gathered at William Boettcher's to honor their 25th wedding anniversary. A 6 o'clock dinner was served. The Schallins have two children, Lillian and Marie. Wrestlers to Meet. The high school wrestling team will compete with Ledyard at Ledyard tomorrow evening. The team is directed by Edward Norton, and the following boys are members: Maurice Thompson, Hale Cooper, John Green, iDonald Hutchins, Russell and ^ Howard Meflin. A match with Burt here la scheduled for January 24. Helen Johnson Is lirlcle— Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Johnson, northeast of town farmers, was married New Year's eve to Kenneth, son of Mrs. Agnes Seely. The Rev. Nels Lundgren, Swedish Lutheran performed the cere- ton, and his guests were Jim Kenefick, Wayne Van de Steeg, Ray Richardson, Robert 'Stephenson, Robert Amunsen, Jerry Bob Turner, and George's brother, Jackie Dick. Other Society. Mrs. A. L. Peterson entertained eight women at bridge luncheon Monday. The high scores were won by Mrs. G. L. Dalton and Mrs. D. H. Goeders. Mrs. Peterson was hostess to the Idle Hour bridge club yesterday, and luncheon was followed by bridge. Guests of the club were Mrs. W. A. Foster and Mrs. W. D. Howie, members. The Royal Neighbors will Install new officers tonight at 7:30 at the I. O. O. F. hall. Mrs. Mae Anderson will 'be installing officer; Mrs. Zelba Brown, ceremonial marshal. After installation and a business meeting, a 15c lunch will be served. 'Bernice Harrington entertained her bridge club Monday night. This was the club's third meeting. Next Monday night the girls will meet Omaha. Carl Anderson, also of witn Loretta Howie. There are 12 The P. E. O. sisterhood meets next JOHN PATTERSON, FORMER ALGONIAMJIES IN WEST A note from Mrs. Neva Potter _„_.. „„,. i . ult ^ IBC> , VIll!I1 ,„ 227 West Emerson at:, Portland, Ian attempt to Mock a pass, he tip- Ore., reports the death Friday of | ped the ball into the Corpus Christl under their quarter was at .passing the ball, with neither team doing damage. The score at the half remained 4-2. In the third quarter the Algona guards, Hegarty and Capesius, played a good game. The locals tallied five field goals to their opponents' two. Omer Kelly, local center, scored a basket for Fort Dodge, when, In John C. Patterson, 74. He was a widower, but one other child, also a daughter, Mrs. Essie Johnson , Los Angeles, survives. Mr. Patterson , „.._ „ ^ 0 , xc , came to Algona many years ago : scoring for th> opposing team ^~ with his parents, who are tourled j curred again, wfion- J. Kelly went here. They had relatives In the I after the ball on a free throw by Swea City neighborhood. John was a j Fort 'Dodge. He jumped at a point basket. The score at the third quarter ended l'4'-(r. In the last quarter the locals missed many shots for the basket, and oc- carpenter, and for some years he liv^d in the house on south Thorington street now owned by M. J. Jones. He left Algona 15 or . 20 under the opponents' basket, and the ball fell through. Tomorrow evening- the academy will play its first home game, when " 0 ~..*~ *.u wi fciv >ylll 'llla-y 1LW 1USL IlUIlm £111116, WRCn years ago, but came back at inter- Emmetsburg comes. The Emmets- vals, the last time for the 'Diamond Jubilee. 'burgers, are .noted' for strength in all-sports, but the locals are out to Coach Butler used only five men at Fort Dodge;. Hansen and Kelly, forwards; Hegarty and Capesius, guards; Omer Kelly, center. The Algona Boosters Independent basketball team lost a game Monday evening on the high school floor to the Dennison club, Mason City, 4523. Tho local squad, managed by 'Stuart MdFadden, consists of ten men. So far the team had played five games, and won three by close margins. The fourth game was lost to Ledyard In an overtime period. The personnel of the squad'includes former high school and college stars. • ••' The starting lineup Monday even- , ing for the locals was Pearson and Miner at forward, Kanouff at center, and Walker and Moore nt guard. • The Boosters opened with a Tiar.-. rage of shots which 1 were wild. Dur-.' Ing the first quarter the locals con-' sistently missed short shots and' fumbled passes. Pearson tallied two! baskets, but the locals were trailing at the quarter, with- the score at 8-4. •'.:...:. ' . ! In the second period the locals' defense weakened, and the Dennison men showed a mean,eye for the basket on long shots. The score at the half was 27-12. In the second half Waller substituted for Kanouff at center. Poor passing and many fouls slowed up the game, but the Dennieon team : continued to roll up the score by sinking long shots. . . .. '.;-. : Pearson was high-point man foe; the locals, but no one man seemed' outstanding. m'tidh'' 1 better game than was exhib- ited'Iff this tilt; The Dennteon team Is strong, but the crowd wae of the opinion that It Is not superior to the local squad. 'T'he' fobos'ters won from LJvermore in a hard-fought, game at the high school audltorluth Friday evening, 4S-43. Livermore took the lead early, ™ c1 heldjt throughout the first ln the ]agt week or"two'has"mtaM three quarters, the half ending 32-23. ' "--' " — —'" - --• Some of this lead was lost in the third quarter, and in the fourth the locate .achieved a fast attack which season game from the Titonka dians, 30-22. The Algona H. S. Bulldogs ^ play the Huhiboldt H. S. quintet onl the local floor tomorrow night, fv I Bulldogs lost a holiday practice! game to the Britt cagers, 2i-ij They are without a victory so f ai ! this season, but intensive fight against Humboldt. Saturday night the Bulldogs go t 0 | netted them 1!) points and the game. I Swea City for a return game Pearson was high scorer for Algona °"'"" ' nu ----- '""" '— with. .20 points. Kanouff made 15; Miner, B. , Tile ' Boosters will meet Ledyard and ' tfitonka in- a- double-header on the local floor next Monday evening at 7:30 In what promise to be fast games. The Ledyard quintet, as elated above, nosed out the locals a week ago. ; The 'Boosters won an early Swea Cityans have 'one of strongest teams in this part of state. They defeated liivermore, other strong aggregation, last we A LGONA MERCHANTS sales books, of any kind are liil vlted to place orders with the AdJ vance and thus leave a little of thtl money at home. Quality and prlccJ guaranteed equal to any quoted traveling solicitors. Yes-rAdvertising Pays •Advertising cheap goods does not pay— t Advertising good goods always pays— One satisfied customer a day is worth more than many dissatisfied. , - -• - '• • * ' , . . " ' '• • , (Quoting prices nowadays means very little, but buying .vfoods—good groceries—and get your ' f 'i>:££;,. MONEY'S WORTH ll?4K Phone 290, 291, or go to Akre's U, %-• WE DELIVER •Qua/lity means "Richelieu", "Baby Stuart", "Pure quill" products sold by us always. -fet.!& •-.-..• We have lowe r priced groceries also. The bride has been employed at Tuesday night with Mrs. J. T. Chris- Algona > later fl '° m a business scn ° o1 at Mil ' The bridegroom was graduated is now employed at the Algona creamery. Mr. and Mrs. Seely returned from Omaha last week Monday, and are now settled in Mrs. L. E. Potter's house on south Minnesota street. (.Hosts Play Tiro Card (.'nines— Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith entertained six couples at dinner and bridge last week Wednesday night. At 7 a two-course dinner was served at a single table centered with fruit and candles. The high bridge scores were won by Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lorenz. -Between each four hands of bridge a hand of Chinese rummy was played, and Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Morrison won the rummy prizes. Other guests were: Messrs, and Mesdames F. E. Kent, G. W. Stillman, W. D. Andrews, and L. G. Pool. Mr. and Mrs. Smith entertained the following group at dinner Friday night: The Rev. and Mrs. F. J. Clark, Messrs, and Mesdames H. R. Cowan and T. T. Herbst, Ella Thompson, and Jos. Clark. The after-dinner hours were spent at card gamrH. I'. T. A. Has January Meeting— The January meeting of P. T. A. was held at the high school auditorium Monday night. Mrs. A. A. Bishop spoke on Thrift in Buying, and Otto B. Laing, high school principal, talked on Wise Use of Leisure. Mrs. A. E. Michel sang, and Mrs. S. A. derlying Wealth. The Child's Study club meets with Mrs. S. A. Wprster next Tuesday. Mrs. Alice 'Hutchins will discuss, Train Tour Child to Take Responsibility. The Alpha Delphians meet next Wednesday with Mrs. M. J. Streit, and Mrs. L. G. Baker will have charge of the lesson. The Baptist Loyal S. S. class meets today with Anna Ingersoll; assisting •hosteeeee, Mesdames Elkins and Moulds. There will be a Legion-Auxiliary benefit card party at the Legion hall next Monday night at S o'clock. The Presbyterian missionary society meets next Thursday afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. Mrs. Glen McMurray will entertain her bridge club tonight. - « John Urch Stricken. John Urch suffered a stroke Friday afternoon which paralyzed his right side, and Eleanor Cruikshank, R. N., ;s caring for him. Mr. Urch was in the back yard at his home, cutting and sawing wood, when he was overtaken. He fell to the j ground, and was seen there by a passing boy who called Mrs. Urch. - « Farmer Shoots Self. 'Lu Verne, Jan. 10 — George Jacobsen, Hardy, attempted to take his own Saturday evening, and is in ircy hospital, He shot himself in the at his farm. APPETIZING .BAILED FOODS. Learn how to prepare them. Occl- ..* — —.^i*. *( iiu»» iu j.,itjiju-ie Liiorn. ucci- V crater, presklent of the local coun- dent Better-Baking School Wedn«- cil, told of the organization of ajday and Thursday, January 18 and county council early in December. 19, in the new warehouse of the Al- The county council consists of three j gona Flour & Feed Co 33 WANTED—2 USED TANK heaters. —McEnroe Bros., call 519. 9ul8 GOOD ROAN DURHAM BULL for sale.—J. P. Kickerson, Algona. 9pl8 FOR SAflJB — SEVERAL, Guernsey cows.—ilnquire J. P. Stow, Burt. 9pl8-19 BARRKD ROCK COCKERELS FOR .SALE.—w. C. Heiter, Lone Rock. ______^__ 9pl6-lS FOR SALE—NEW HOME SEWING machine, $10. Three blocks west of Kossufh hospital. 13ul8 FOR RENT—PAR.T1LY MODERN 5-room house, $10 month. — John Williams, 509 W. College. 12ul4tf WANTED—(BARRED ROCK AND White Wyandotte flocks.-—Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. lOplStf FOR SLVLE—HOLSTEIN MILCH cows; fresh soon.—Kern & Lowman Bros., mile and hah! west of Sexton. 17pl6-17 NOTIOE—THE ANNUAiL MEET' Ing of the Kossuth County Agricultural Society will be held at the courthouse Tuesday, January 17, 1933, at 2 p. m.—P. P. Zerfass, secretary. 25ul8 MAIN WITH CAR WANTED FOR local tea-coffee route. No experience needed. Must be satisfied to make $32.50 week at start. — Albert Mills, Route Mgr., 2219 Monmouth, Cincinnati, O. 29pl8 MEN WANTED—FOR RAWUBIGH city routes of 800 consumers in and near cities of Algona, Rolfe, Emmeteburg, and Pocahontae. (Reliable hustler can start earning $25 weekly and increase rapidly. Write immediately.-^Rawleigh Co., Dept. IA-114-V. 37p 18 and 20 LEARJN AVIATION—(FOR A HM- ited time we will accept applications for a ground school training; flight training to be given In spring. This is a chance to study aviation here In Algona. Take advantage of new low prices. Courses will qualify student for Dept. of Commerce license tosts. For further information write, giving age, education, etc. Instruction will be given by competent instructor.—Advance, Algona This Is Your Trade Check TRADE CHECK CHECK becomes an ordinary check when endorsed by payee and delivered in payment for goods or services purchased anywhere In Koesuth county, or at adjacent towns, namely, Elmore, Minn., and Armstrong, Ringeted Cylinder, West Bend, Bode, Ottosen, Livermore, Corwlth, Hutchina, Britt Woden, Buffalo Center, and Rake, Iowa. Endorsee will deposit and bank will collect aa in case of ordinary checks. No bank held to any inquiry or other responsibility whatever. 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