Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 16, 1933 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO K088UTM COtftfTY APVANCBK ALQONA. IQWA JMtmtfARY 16. FOUNDER'S DAY PROGRAM FOR TITONKA P, T, Titonka, Feb. 14—The P. T. A. olxsroved Founders' day Monday evening.,. Founders' day, which is February 17, was established In 1910. At the meeting here the program was provided by the men, except that on Founders' day itself, which was given by Irene Peterson and other members. The remaining program was: musics boys' glee club, directed by Irma Campbell, music, teacher: play, They Say, five men coached by Mrs. Carl F. Cal- licvs; talk on taxation, Dr. D. E. Kulp, Emmotsburg, formerly Titonka. IN ALL MY BUSINESS EXPERIENCE IT HAS NEVER BEEN POSSIBLE TO OFFER GREATER VALUE FOR THE MONEY THAN IS REPRESENTED IN THE 1933 MAYTAG Ine best washer possible to build is the most economical washer to buy. The extra quality in this year's Maytag gives you lower cost washings— better washings— faster washings—more years of washing service for every dollar you invest in the Maytag. Come in and see the new Maytag. Or,'phone for free demonstration in your own home. THE MAYTAG COMPANY „„_ Afonu/aotureri NEWTON Founded 1893 IOWA Permanent Northwestern Factory Branch, Muytag Building—515 Washington Ave. North, Minneapolis, Mlun. MODEL A World's Finest Washer Girl Has Infected Toe- Betty, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Budlong, was taken to an Algona hospital last week Monday for treatment of an infected toe. The doctors say it was bruised and that she "caught cold" in it. She will not bo able to come home for another week or so. 'Her mother, Mrs. Roy Budlong, is with her part of the time. Mrs. William Stoutenberg, Burt, Is helping care for the other children here. Mrs. II. A. French and Dorothy Budlong visited Betty Saturday. Tltoiikn Orders 800 Popples— Orders for veteran-made poppies have been placed by Legion Auxiliary units as follows: Bancroft, 300; Burt, 300; Lone Rock, 100; Swea City, 500; Wesley, 200; Titonka, SOO. This is a total of 4200. An order is yet to be placed by Algona. The poppies are made by Antone Sorensen, Kossuth disabled World war veteran, who works under the direction of Mrs. Sadie T>enton, Titonka. The local unit is proud of its showing. Indians Win from Lakotans— The Titonka H. S. quint won a basketball game from Lakota Friday night here. Arid Larson and -Vrthur Askin made most baskets for the locals. Coach Dunmire sent in a whole team of "subs" for part of the game, later sending back the first team. A local junior high team played the local eighth grade and won. The juniors sold candy and pop, making $3. E. L. Party Last Night— The Epworth League will have a party this week Wednesday evening at Barbara Ball's. Members who will attend are Barbara Ball, Kathryn anil Wilbur Schram, Mildred, Fern, and Harold Krantz, Edithmae Budlong, and Lewis and Vern [Bacon. . Woman's Clnb Meets Today— The Woman's club meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Carrie Torgersen; Mrs. J. F. Fisher, leader; the lesson, Citizenship; roll call, Recent Iowa Legislation. MODEL 15 Lowest Priced Maytag 20-2.33 Bjustrom'j Phone 520 213 E. State street, Algona Any Maytag may be had equipped . wild gasoline Multi-Motor 666 LIQUID - TABLETS - SALVE Checks Colds first day, Headaches or Neuralgia In 80 minutes, Malaria In B days. 6GC SALVE for head colds. Most Speedy Remedies liiiowu. Ledyard-TItonka B. B. Game— A basketball game will be played this week Tuesday night hero between the -Ledyard-Tltonka high school teams. The junior and senior girls will also play. Boys Born to Two Couples— A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Orville Buffingiton last Thursday night. This is the third child, one a jlrl. A boy was born to the Mein- liart Ullmans Saturday. Now Butttrmaker Is Elected— Martin Bleich, Dolliver,—-formerly Titonka, ha been made buttermaker to succeed John Pouelsen, who is leaving for Rolfe, where he has bought a creamery. Men and Boys' Meeting— A men's and boys' meeting is to be held at the Methodist church this week Friday evening. The Rev, T. E. Hoon, Garner, is to be the speaker. Independents Lose to Woden— The Woden town team won a basketball game from the locals I Saturday night at Woden. Other Titonka News. Mrs. Harry 'Beed entertained last Thursday evening at bridge. Mrs H. A. French won high; Mrs. R. C. (Ball, low. Others attending: Mesdames R. L. Krantz, (H. C. and Arthur Schweppe, Lee O. Wolfe, Homer Downs, M. S. Craven, Raymond Bonackor, L. B. Larson, C. A. Hoon The John Woods have recently moved to the H. A. Jennings home Grandma Newville has gone to Algona to live with relatives, and Mrs H. A. Jennings goes to live with the Harvey Grahams. Mrs. Pierre Sartor entertained her luncheon club last Thursday Prizes were won by Mrs. Lee O. AVolfe, high, and Mrs. Carrie Torgerson, low. The Henry Butlers, Estherville recently moved into the house vacated by the Jerry Schutjers, who have moved to a farm near Titonka Loraine Peterson and Donak Banta entertained at a bridge party Saturday evening, and Vern Bacon won a travel prize. John Cosgrove, Mason City, former banker here, was a Titonka business caller one day last week. Mark Bacon, east of town, drove to Iowa Falls Saturday on a 'business mission. Mrs. S. J. de Vries and Mrs. R. L. Krantz were at Mason City Friday afternoon. A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heyers last week Wednesday night. Mrs. Charles Reibsamen spent last week at Algona. 4 Loaded Wagon Ditched Algona Hill On An Icy Union Twp., Fob. 14—What te known as Park avenue hill, which rises just before drivers reach North Jones street, Algonn, Is troublesome to farmers who take loads to town by team, 'na well as to autolsts and truck drivers, when the pavement is slippery. A. B. Schenck was taking a load of wood to Algona last week Wednesday, and was using: as much of the shoulder alongside the pavement as possible, when one of the ; horses slipped and fell. This caused the wagon to upset, and three cans of cream went rolling into the ravine. The cover came off a 5-gal. can, and the contents were lost. llurnl I'liono Patrons Meet— Patrons of rural telephone lines 2 and 26 met at the Dist. No, 4 scholhouse at 3:30 a week ago Frl- lay afternoon to dlscues a demand 'or reduced rates for- rural switch fees. Jos. Rlcker and A. B. Schenck vero selected to represent the lines at a general meeting at the court- louse the next day, and both attended. [Lines 2 and 26 are owned by the same company, which built one of the first rural telephone lines out of Algona. (Later the patrons became so numerous that the line vas divided. Riches Are 80 Years Weil— Mr. and Mrs. William Rich quiet- y observed their 37th wedding anniversary two weeks ago Monday. The next Sunday their married daughters and son, with families, came with well-filled dinner baskets o surpri.se the couple. The surprise vas planned for the previous Sunday, but cold weather prevented. At dinner were Mr. and Mrs. William Rich; Mr. Rich's brother George, vho lives with the couple; the Wiliam Draytons and the John Rich- WHITTEMORE CHURCH MEETS TO MAKE CALL Whittemore, Feb. 14—At a called meeting of St. John's Lutheran church, Ventura, held February 5, .o consider release-of the pastor, the Rev. W. T. Wolfgram, to accept a call from St. Paul's church, Wihitte- more, it was decided that the Rev. ilr. Wolfgram should stay there. In the last eight years St. John's church has grown to a membership of 350. It has a strong young people's organization, and it maintains parochial school. On receipt of Mr. Wolfgram's declination the local congregation decided to meet at .he Lutheran school hall this week Thursday night .to consider calling another minister. Two Hero Lose Father— M. J. Connors, 63, Lawler, died aet week Wednesday, after a month vith influenza. He was manager of in elevator. His wife, three daugh- ers, Edna, Milwaukee, JLuclle, of rlason City, Mrs. Timothy O'Brien, Whittemore, and three sons, ^!arl, Lawler, Earl, Whittemore, and Neil, awler, survive. Funeral services vere held at the Mt. Carmel Catho- ic church and interwent was made n the St. !Roe cemetery four miles east of Lawler.. Mrs. O'Brien and Earl had been at Lawler three weeks, helping care for their father. CONSCIOUSNESS RESTORED TO FENTONJ-ARMER'S WIFE Whittemore, Feb. 14—Mrs. R. D. AVehrepan. northwest of town, who ivas found unconscious near the toarn jy her husband a- week ago last Thursday, has regained consciousness, and her condition is reported somewhat Improved. She was tend- ng a gute for her husband while he was driving cattle into the barn 'rom the feed lot. Finding her ly- ng- on the ground, he thought she might have been injured by a cow. 4. physician was summoned, and ater a specialist from Fort Dodge vas called, but they failed to revive ler. Apparently she wag not bruised or otherwise .injured, and her :ondition has puzzled the doctors. Simon Klsch Infant Dies— Gertrude Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. iSlmon Kisch, was hur- ed Saturday at St. Joe. She was born January ,22 1933, and died of pneumonia last week Wednesday. Besides her parents she is survived by three brothers and two sisters. Services, were at 1:30 at 'St. Michael's Catholic churoh, and burial was made in the St. Joe cemetery. Birthday Is Observed— Maxine, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Smith, celebrated her 13th birthday last Thursday evening with a slumber party. The party began at the skating rink. Later in the evening lunoh^ was served, and at seven the next morning breakfast was served. Guests were: Mary Annette Cairy, Irene Heller, and lola Barber. Sum Agnus Hit by Truck— Geneva Walters learned last week from Winifred Roberts, of Dee Moines, formerly of Whittemore, that Sam Agnus had been hit by a truck 'Friday afternoon, suffering broken ribs and a broken leg, also hurt internally. Miss Roberts and Mr. Agnus formerly operated a restaurant here. H. H. Hoys Win from Clare— Algona-Whittemore academy basketball games were postponed from last week Tuesday night because of cold weather. The Academy boys' first and second teams played Clare here Friday night, and the local firsts won, 29-23, and the seconds lost, 23-13. Wedding' Dates Are Observed— Neighbors and relatives gathered Sunday evening at Peter Fuchsen'e to help the 'Fuchsens celebrate their 32nd wedding anniversary of their second wedding anniversary of their daughter, Mrs. Dee Ostwald. Cards were played and midnight lunch served. es, Four Corners; the Ethan Lights; and Ruth, George Jr., and Walter, nt home. M. & D. Clnb i'lnns i'nrty— A Mothers & Daughters club meeting scheduled, for last Thurertay with Mesdanies Mayme Hoflus and Lulu Blston, iBurt, was .postponed because oC cold weather. An even- Ing party at the community room, Good Hope, Is scheduled for next week Thursday, and the committee in charge consists of the Rev. and Mrs. A, H. Wood, W. J: Bourne, and Otto Engstrom, who will be assisted by the following menu committee: Meedamcs Ada Hoflus, Marjorle Dearchs, Mayme Winkel, and Anna Marlow. Dlst. No. 4 I'. T. A. Meets— A Dist. No. 4 P. T. A. meeting \vna held at the schoolhouse Wednesday, February 1, Mrs. F. S. Thompson presiding. A song oy the school and another by a group of girls were followed by a paper, What We Can Learn from the Nursery School, prepared by a Doctor Vance, of Iowa Ktate college, and read by Mrs. Thompson. iLunch was served :>y the Mesdames Thompson, H. E. Ward, and Chris Alt. Attends Step-Mother's Funeral— Theodore Thompson, Algona, who ived In Union prior to last spring, was at Eetherville a week ago Saturday, attending his step-mother's 'uneral. She was the only mother ever knew. Her death followed a long illness with cancer. Other Union News. Alarjorie Drayton, Four Corners, went home with the Ethan Lights a week ago Sunday from the Wiliam Hichs, and next day she vis- ted the Dist. No. 4 school, which her cousin, Harriett Light, attends. Quilting Bee Is Given— A Quilting Bee was held Wednesday and Thursday at Nick Reding's. Present were Mrs. Peter Mueller and daughter Viola, Mrs. Mike Thill, Mrs. Mike Merger, Mrs. Carl Ebert, Mrs. George Schultz, Mrs. Henry Schultz and daughter Edna. Cylinder Babe Pneumonia Victim— George, five months son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goddard, Cylinder, died last week Monday evening of pneumonia, and funeral services were held there last week Wednesday. Mrs. Goddard was Pearl Gunn, former Cylinder teacher. Arnold Brunner Is Dead— Mrs. Leo fiwanson has word from the T. A. Swansons, California, of the death of Aj-nold, son of George Brunner, former Whittemore jeweler. For some years Arnold was a postofflce inspector. Kloock and Meyer Behlred— O. J. Kloock has been reihired as operator-manager, and M. W. Meyer as first assistant, of , the Garner creamery, (Both were formerly connected with the local creamery. PresentatJon Juniors Plan Play— The Presentation Academy juniors will give a play soon. It Is "A Busy Honeymoon," a three-act comedy. Evelyn Bode, Algona, ie coaching. Academy Closed; Xo Heat— The Presentation academy heat- ng plant ran out of oil last week Wednesday and the school had .to be closed till Monday, when oil ar- 'ived. Girls lose to Armstrong— The high school girls' basketball team lost to Armstrong Friday evening, 27-17 In a hard fought ;ame. Pastor In Pnlplt Again— The Rev. A. H. Wood, Methodist pastor, was back Sunday after a two weeks absence because of the flu. Other Whittemore News. A. bridge party was given Saturday evening at Peter Elbert's. Guests were Mr. '• and Mrs. Ralph Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. James Elbert, Richard Vaughn, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Walters, eon Durwood, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. 'Louis Elbert, Bmmetsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt, Marvel Elbert and Geneva Walters. Gordon, .'son. of Mr. and ' Mrs; A. C. Carlisle, and Winfield, son of Mr. and Mrs. tRay Carlisle, left last veek Monday by auto to attend 'uneral services Tuesday for Mrs. German C. Kroll, of Ute. Gordon is a friend of a daughter of" the deceased. George Eltoert and C. Alig, accompanied by Dora Besch, daughter Sunday to visit at the Anthony of Mike Besch, drove to Pioneer Waechter's. Mrs. Alig, who has Jeen there, returned home with them, and Mies Besch remained. Mary Catherine Rawson, former Whittemore. girl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Raw-son, of Eagle 3rove, was presented by Pauline Kubitschek, music instructor there, n a recent recital, at the latter's music studio at Eagle Gflove. Rosella Higgins, student nurse, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. William ^iegins, and 'Magdelene Walsh, R N., both of Sioux City, returned Sunday to their duties, after two weeks with the former's family. The A. C. Bjustroms were Sunday guests at the J. E. Walker's. Afternoon visitors were the Harold Walkers, Mrs. Harold Kuecker and children, the Roy Bjustroms, Algona, and the James Crawfords. A boy, the first child, was born ast week Tuesday evening to Mr ind Mrs. Tom Schueller, northeast of town. Mrs. Schueller, who was Erna Nass, is a daughter of Mr ind Mrs. Adolf Nass. 'Mrs. C. E. Dayton, Brighton, is I'isiting her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Alice R. Cairy. She previously vis- ted the Dr. 'F. W. Cairys, Sioux •ity, and the Harry Seeleys Irvine- ton. " A number of young folks were entertained Sunday evening at Henry Kuecker's home by their daughter Lillian. A midnight lunch followed "500." John and Pat Cullen, Pat Murphy, and 'Frank Poley went to Omaha early last week to visit John foley, who teaches at Creighton university. Clifford Cosgriff, Austin, Minn., visited over Sunday at Dr J w McCreery's and H. S. Dailey's.' He has cousins in both families. Mrs. Conrad Alig haa returned from Pioneer, where she cared for her niece, Mrs. Anthony Waechter, and the latter's new son. The high school boys and girls' basketball teams cancelled games with Ruthven there last week Tuesday evening. A 10-lb. girl since named Leona Mae, was born last Thursday to Mr and Mrs. Arthur Schmeling, west of town. The Carl Dahlhausers and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Elbert. Algona visited local relatives and friends Sunday. Father J. J. Hyland was at Sioux City last week. He was accompanied by Father Davern, Algona. The Arthur Balmers, Dolliver visited Sunday with Mrs. Bulmer's parents, the John Meines. Gene Martini, of the Martini & Sons oil station, was at Dea Moines last week. LUVERNEB AND VEN MAIDW URA ;DOEO iLu Verne, Feb. 14—Arthur, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanselman, was married Sunday'at 3 p. m. at St. John's Evangelical Lutheran church, northeast of Garner, to Lydla, eldest daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. Albert Jante, pastor Wolfgram officiating: lli~a double-ring ceremony. Walter and Ted Schmidt were ushers; -Edna Hanselman, bridesmaid, accompanied by Bruno Ristau; Evelyn Jante, maid of honor, accompanied by Arno Rlstou; (Betty Jean Wfllodson, flower slrl; James Wolfgram, ring bearer. The bride's father accompanied her to the altar. The choir, directed by Mrs. Wolfgram, sang. Teacher Hlnrlchs played the wedding inarch. , At 6 p. m. at the bride's parental home a wedding dinner was served, and among guests were William. Rlstau and the Rev. and Mrs, Wittenberg, ILu Verne. The newlyweds went to Illinois for their honeymoon. '•' They will farm southwest of Lu Verne. Grades VfJtt Give Program— The 6th and 6th grades will give an evening entertainment at the gymnasium next week Monday night: music, high school orchestra; play, The Strength of Abraham Lincoln; dance. Sweet Surprises; monologists, Master Willie, Susie Hoppe; music, 6th and 6th grade orchestra; concert, The Suffering Gents; acrobatic stunts, the Dumpling (Brothers; play, If Wishes Were Horses. Gllson .to Mason City— Orville G.ilson, former Gardner garage mechanic here who has liv ed at Llvermore three years, has been transfered to Mason City by the Standard OH company, for which he managed a Livermore station. He works in the mechanical department at a Mason City warehouse. REAP ft* WANT ADS Council Cuts Watep Hates— The town council, last week Tuesday evening, reduced water rates. The minimum Js $1.50 for the first 3,000 gallons, $1.05 for the next 3,000; and 25c for each additional 1,000 gallons per quarter. The minimum was previously $2.25. Post-nuptial Shower Given— A post-nuptial shower was given for Mr. and Mrs. Albert Neilson Sunday evening at the city hall, and 60 attended. The Nellsons received many gifts. The evening was spent at 500, William Steil winning high, Harold Nellson low. Girl Scouts Serve Supper— The girl scouts, their leader, Miss Partridge, and the troop captain, Miss Geishecker, served a public supper to 70 persons at the city hall Saturday night. Receiver Sells Feed Mill— The Lu Verne Feed Mill was sold last week Wednesday to Albert Schipull for $150 by the receiver of the Lu Verne State bank. Other Lu Verne News. Norma Partridge was hostess to the Entre Nous club at Mrs. Ray Stone's last week Tuesday evening, and bridge was played at three tables, Bernlce Sweneon winning the high score, Mrs. Stone a travel prize. The -Cemetery •••- association met with Mrs. H. C. Allen last Thursday, with a small attendance, due to the cold weather. -The next meeting will be on March 9. The William Steile, Algona, visited the parental Arnold Wegeners Sunday, and Mrs. Steil and her daughter remained for a few weeks. Mrs. Opal Morrison and Supt. Kate Skinner will be judges at a declamatory contest at Dakota City this week Tuesday night. The Lutherans had a social at the church Friday, with a program of songs, talks, Bible questions, games, and lunch. A Junior League program for par- eats of members has been postponed till next Monday evening. Mr. and Mm. Floyd Masterson are parents of a daughter, their first child, born Sunday. The annual meeting of the Good Will club has been postponed till this week Thursday. Mrs. Grant Jennings was called to Boone Saturday by the sickness of a sister. Anna Woito visited at State Center last week. Mrs. Arnold Sanders is reported sick. R US CH'S BE AUTY SHOP Permanent Wave For Only $2.00 ALSO BETTER WAVES FOR MORE MONEY FIRE DESTROYS HOUSE Finger waves Phone 127 WHITTEMORE ' 25c Long's Food Shop Dwarfie, pkg. __________ Omar Breakfast Food. Something fine. Dish Free this week TRY OMAR Tomatoes, large can, ABC Brand, 2 for ____ 25c Prunes, 2 Ibs. _____ III~"j5 c Raisins, 2 Ib. pkg. __ _ ig c Lard, 25-lb. tin ______ $1.35 Soap, best laundry, 10 for ™ We are agents for Chase & Sanborn Coffee and Teas' also Hills, Folger's, Butternut, and Bliss. Try a Ib. of our 25c Coffee. Wesley, Feb. 14-HFlre destroyed the Richard Van Horn residence, northeast of Wesley, last week Tuesday noon. It apparently stars ed in the wall, from the chimney of A* heating stove, and was not discovered until It had made much head" way. Puzzled by a myeterJous crackling sound, members of. the fa,mlly went put to Investigate and found smoke rolling froth the roof with no flames visible, T/he general telephone ring was given at noon, neighbors gathered, and the fire- men'went out from town, but as the fire was far advanced efforts were given to removing furniture, which was nearly all saved. Some clothing, seed corn, etc., were burned. The family found shelter at the neighbors', while Richard remained to help. Only part of one corner of the house was left standing at 1 p. m. The building was Insured, • ADVANCE WANT AD5 6ELL COAL We have the best in coals, at a price too. Peerless The better Eastern Kentucky fuel. High in heat and low in ash. BLUE BIRD The low priced coal that does give service. PETB01EUM COKE BBIQUETTES HARD COAL Botsford Lumber Co. JIM POOL, Mgr. 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