Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 16, 1933 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 16, 1933
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MBitttABT 16. MM. Baptist Booster Bunch will ndy at the White grocery Sat- GronbAChV Llvermore hottlleb Gronbachfl. rcl Klggert, Whlttemoro, 8, rwent a mlnof ope.atlon at the kith hospital Monday. I., Glen Walker and her son L,i B pent last week with the Klrschea, near Bode. e annual W. R. C. bean supper be 8C rved at : 3Sc Saturday . lga t the Region httll.^ . and Mrs. John Schneider, ' became parents of a girl at IKossuth h-_. . , Rev W. G- Muhleman spoke Baptist Brotherhood meeting tvnn Keith's Monday night. Rev P. J- Braner made a _ cs s trip to Milwaukee Friday C and returned Saturday night. William Pike, Lake Mills, came recently to vtelt the H. E. ' here and the W. J. Cot- Lone Rock. Stanfleld, Mason City, dis- plant superintendent for the hwestern Bell Telephone Co., [t Tuesday here. T p. Chlstlansen slipped on Ice week-end and hurt his back, , the result that he required a for a few days, (i Blstau, Hampton, Clarence a, Ventura, and Harold RIs- Ui Verne, were gueets at the Hlnte home Sunday. D. Jj. (Leffert has been at City with her mother since jay. Her mother, who 18 Mrs. lemon, and is almost 90, Is In I health. I w". Sullivan spent the week|at home, after his first week of scale Inspection at Sioux It was a tough week, as re- weather. Erm«r Sheriff -Hovey, who now esents the .Mutual Benefit L.if«, ark, N. J., here, has leased desk i in the Shumway & Kelly offl- over the Chrlstensen store. [ Northwest''Druggists show is ' 'held at Des iMoines this week. find Mrs. K. D. James attended ay, and Mr. and Mrs. M. H. lenhalner are attending today. for bridge piling, other sup- t, and gasoline for county use Ibe received by the board of eu- |lsors February 28, according to lal notice In today's Advance. ctor Trlbon, his sister, Mrs. iLomprlght, Harold .Lamp- It, ;and the latter's wife drove to ierloo Sunday, called on rela- there, and returned the same J. H. Rlckard and her chil- except Roland, who remained omplete his high school fr,esh- I year, have moved from Weeley klgona. Mrs. Rickard^ recently |her husband. the low temperatures, of last some pipes In the heating at the Methodlet church were Jn, and services Sunday had to I in the dining room, where a t •furnished heat. : fctn Ann, 4-year-old daughter of pty Treasurer and Mrs, Maurice V, IB sick with pneumonia, and |lla Arndorfer to nurse. The lya have two other daughters, ary and Katherine. . Mary McGulre suffered a |ured leg below the knee Sat- when, a« she was crossing fctreeti 1mfront of -her' home,<ehe jdn ice. 'She was taken to 'ihe luth hospital to have the bone |st. Supt. Muhleman went ' .to City Tuesday to .attend, the lal meeting of the Morningsido fee hoard of trustees. : The : ftey. . Hulse goes today to' attend a fine of the Methodist hospital lyltda Sonerholm will return .to •duties at the Morrison beauty 1 Monday, after a six weeks sick [tion, during which she has been home of her pa.-ents at Crys- «ke. She rooms ,at L, E. Ho- le yearly meeting of township d of trustee representatives the board of supervisors to I out township road improvement Irams for Kossuth will be held [afternoon at 2 p. m. in the proem. M. T. McGulre fell on ice as, tt crossing the street near her Saturday night and broke a [in her right leg just above the' *>n« is at the' Koseuth hos- Mr. McGulre Is a road grad|contractor. Bertha Shore, Des Moines, Pwn visiting Senator and Mre. 1 Wckinson, Mr. and Washington, D. C, Mrs. Mrs. Dickinson, and Mrs. sisters. ' Long, (Mary E. Foster, ' Josephine Chubb, and Martha Dewel, , brav- hike to road Olrr, De Kalb, 111., has been received by his aunt, Mrs. Tom Kaln Death resulted from a kick by a horse. Mr. CMcGIrr, visited here last October on a homeward trin from Canada, where he had been sent by land owners to help harvest wheat Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Trauger, of Ames, and their son Donald spent Sunday here with the Paul Triiu- gers. (Paul, who Is the eldest son came here recently as Firestone representative. Donald, second son, was recently graduated from Iowa State college with a 03. A degree. Mra. Mary Newvllle, who had long made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Henry Jennings, TItonka, went to West Bend Tuesday to live with another daughter, Mrs. C, E. Drove. Her son Floyd, of Algona, took her to West Bend. Mrs. Newville, who will be 93 in April, has been well all winter. Lola'Dreesman and Margaret Habeger are expected for the week-end at their respective homes here. Both are attending the I. S. T. C. Margaret Is the daughter of Mr. and Mre. D. J. Habeger, Lola the daughter of C. G. Dreesman. This Is Margaret's first year at college. Lola will receive her !B. A. degree in May. W. J. Whitcomb, Monroe, WIs., went home Saturday, after having- been here since last week Wednesday, looking after business affairs. Mr. Whitcomb, who is a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Horan, is superintendent of the Greene county, Wte., Insane asylum at Monroe. He was a gueet of tho Horans while he was here. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chrlsteneen are parents of an '8%-lb. son, born Sunday at the Kossuth hospital. This Is the first child, and he has been named Robert Quinn, Mrs. Chrlsten- sen being the former Zlta Quinn Roy, who Is ait Virginia, 111., in the emploV of a company which conducts store sales, is expected home this week-end. The Methodist Sunday schoo board met Monday evening at A. A Bishop's. Two vacancies were filled In the teaching staff: . Bernice Dearchs takes the superintendency of the beginners, and Mrs. Hulse a class in the junior department. A discussion of junior methods was led by Alan Bishop. Twenty teachers «and officers attended. Repairs on the church furnace will be completed this week. Applications for marriage licenses were filed last week Wednesday and licenses were Issued Monday to: Lewis Duffy, Whittemore, Dorothy Bestenlehner, Algona; John P. Simon and Arlene Stewart, iboth of Algona. A license was also Issued Monday to Adolphe Hansen, Rlng- sted, Marcile Hansen, Fenton. .Application for a license was filed Monday by Clarence A. Phillips, Al- •ona, and Clara Nelson, Clay county. G. 03. Turner left by car .Sunday for Colorado Springs, Colo., and Mrs. Turner, two sons, and Mrs. Turner's mother, Mrs. G. !B. .Malone, will follow via train this week-end. Mr. Malone will drive ito Colorado as eoon as he gets the Turner lousehold goods stored at Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson's. The Turners will make an extended stay in Colorado n the Interest of Mr. Turner's and Jerry Bob's health. The Malones have made Colorado Springs their home during the last year. E. H. Wray, who fe Interested in the Aero service station and Is distributor foV ConoCo petroleum products' in Kossuth, was at Des Molnee •laet week, 'attending an Iowa Petroleum association convention, held annually. He was field secretary for', the association in 1930 and part of 1931. Mr. Wray reports that facts .were, produced to show that crude'-'selllng at 83c a barrel Is being taxed" as " high as $1.25 a barrel, toased? on products produced, etc. In fact taxes on the oil Industry have become so great that tax evasion has become a serious menace to It and has necessitated forming a national association to combat it. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALOONA. IOWA ANNOUNCING THE OPENING of a second hand furniture store. —C. A, Fraaer, 1st house east of library. 16P23 White's Grocery Week-end Specials They Are Hot! paving. and one yes- fiampte, Algona,- IB opeila tlon today. . - came to repair the it AW, use the y have owned - - gona ever since Mr, Clark Model clothing store and her 80n last the near at * h »me. ^^"f on .Burned jast where ehe >t Sepi i. Mr. B °th suffered is a son of her re- l «f i Cheese—Full cream Longhorn 2 Ibs. 19c Sugar— Cloth sack, 10 Ibs. 44c Oranges, small and sweef, best yet, .3 dozen ,^—— 25c Apples— Good cooking, 10 Ibs. 29c Marshmallows, Edwards' sugar puff, 1'lb. pkg. —_ 15c Grape Fruit—Texas, sweet, eat without sugar, doz. 29c Beans— white navy, 10 Ibs. _—_ 25c Flour—Omar, tfJ 1 1 Q 4Q"ib. ^ck __.,.--'P if f * *' irg, jnixing bowl Free. Dorothy Hosteiileliimr Is Wed— Dorothy Bestenlehnei- was mar- cd to 'Louis ,T. Duffy, Whlttemore, luesdny morning at 8:30 at St Cecella's church, in the presence of members of tho immediate families. I ho Rev. (Father T. .1. Davern performed the ceremony. The bride's attendant was her sister Helen, and the host man wne the bridegroom's brother Hugh, Whltte- more. Tho bride's dress was pale blue, with silver slippers and accessories, and she carried a bouquet of pink roses. The bridesmaid was dressed in an ashes of roses dress, and her accessories wore In brown. Her bouquet consisted of carnations. The .bride Is the daughter of Joe. Bestenlebnor, was graduated from the Algona high school In 1927, and except one year had since taught in Kossuth rural schools. The bridegroom, who is the son of, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy, Whlttemore, .is a graduate of the academy at Whlt- temore, and he later attended Crelghton college. After a wedding trip to Waterloo, IJyan, and Muecatlne, the couple will be at home after March 1 on the Duffy farm, two miles south of Whlttemore. A wedding dinner was served a.t the home of the bride's uncle and aunt, William and Mayme Gilbrjde, and 50 relatives attended. Out of town guests were: Mrs. Tohn Strain, Muscatine, son John Tr.; James Doran, Wilton Junction; A. J. and Mabt Bestenlehner, Ottumwa; the Frank Bestenlehnert, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy, daughters Alice and Frances, Mr. and Mrs. William Duffy, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy Jr., all of Whlttemore; Mr. and 'Mrs. AI Montag and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Montag, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Miller, Mallard. The bridegroom is a brother of County Treasurer Martin Duffy. Helen Sherwood I s Bride— The Parkersburg Eclipse reports the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. R, S. Sherwood's only daughter, who was born at Burt and later lived with her parents at Algona and Lu Verne, as follows: "Wednesday, February 8, at 1 o'clock, the wedding of Helen Virginia Sherwood to Col. Robert Eads Fennell, Cynthiana, Ky., took place at the home of tho bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Sherwood. The ceremony was performed by the (Rev. Edward Shuey, Webster City. "The bride was attired in a white chiffon gown with corsage and accessories to match. She was attended by Etta Dresselhuls, of Des Moines, who wore a pale green chiffon drees with matching 1 accessories. The bridegroom was attended by Rollin A. A-venell, University of Iowa. "After the ceremony a five course dinner was served by the bride's mother, assisted by Ethel Conn and •Mrs. W. H. Watkin, a color scheme of pastel shades being carried out. "The bride, formerly of the Parkersburg high school, attended the Gates business college, Waterloo, and for the past four years has been in Washington In the employ of the government. The bridegroom attended the University of Kentucky and George Washington university, Washington, D. C., and Is now employed by the House of Rep,- resentatlves. "ACter a short stay with the bride's parents, the couple will be at home at the Fairfax hotel, Washington, D. C." Stnrs Entertain Slnte Officers- Last week Tuesday the Eastern Stars gave a 1 o'clock luncheon at the Masonic temple In honor of Mrs. Anna (Blaylock, Grand Junction, Worthy Grand Matron of Iowa, and Mrs. Laura Lenz, Mason City, instructor in Dist. No. 2. Seventy-five members of the order, including visitors from Burt, attended. Stormy weather kept away many others. . During luncheon the diners were entertained with vocal selections sung by Mrs. F. J. Clark, who was accompanied at the piano by Katherine McCall, and a humorous read- Ing was given by Margaret Vlgars. Following luncheon, a school of Instruction was conducted by Mrs. Lenz. Mrs. Blaylock and Mra. Lena were guests of Mrs. C. H. Long, Worthy Matron of the local chapter. In the evening, despite severe weather, the hall was well filled and the Worthy Grand Matron and the instructor gave inspirational messages. Mrs. A. E. Michel, accompanied at the piano by Mre. F. E. Sawyer, sang two numbers, and Mrs. McCall presented gifts from the chapter to the guests of honor. Arllne Stewart Is Married— Arllne, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Stewart, south of town, was married to John P., only son of Mr. and Mrs. John Simon, Tuesday morning. The Rev. Father T. J. Davern performed the ceremony in the presence of the immediate families. Attendants were .Leona Stewart, cousin of the bride, and Bernard Hurn. The bride was dressed in a shell pink chiffon and carried a .bouquet of roses. The bridesmaid was dressed in a rose colored taffeta and carried a bouquet of rose pink carnations. After the ceremony a four-course dinner was served to 15 guests at the home of the bride's parents, and Mrs. Mabel Wesley assisted in serving. A wedding dance was given ait the I. O. O. F. hall the same night. One hundred and fifty invitations were issued. After a wedding trip the couple will be at home after March 1 on the Ignatius Wernert farm west of heart-shaped cake, was won by Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Hull. A prize for the person with th e score nearest the time playing began, which was 8:40, was won by Mrs. H. R. Cowan, rind Mrs. M. P. Weaver won a prize for a score nearest to the time the playing stopped, which wae at 10:45. Mrs. Cowan's and Mrs. Weaver's prizes were boxes of cookies. After bridge there was dancing. The hostesses were Mesdames M. J. Strelt, J. M. Herbs t, Walter Lorenz, N. Victor Lowe, and John Keneflck. Hobarton. They are both high school graduates. Algona Rota Hans Entertain the Anns— The Rotarians entertained the Anns at a Valentine dinner, bridge, and dancing party at the Masonic Temple 'Monday night. A two- course turkey dinner waa served by the Eastern Stare, and the tables were decorated In keeping with Valentine's day. The high family bridge prize, a Farewell for the .Tames Aliens— A farewell party was given for Mr. and Mra. James Allen Saturday night at County Auditor and Mrs. E. J. Butler's, and the Aliens left Sunday for a new home at Fort Dodge. The evening was spent at bridge, Mrs. Leo Swanson and Roy Crawford, both of Whlttemore, winning high score, Mrs. Allen the cut prize. A gift was presented Mr. and Mrs. Allen. The guests were Mr. and 'Mrs. R. A. Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Carey, Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, Mrs. Ann Zlttritsch, Mr. Swanson, Mrs. Crawford, 'and Mr. and Mrs. Thos. OTBrien, of Whltte- more. Mrs. Anna TJhlcndorf Honored— Mesdames K. D. James, Laura Paine, and M. P. Haggard served one-o'clock luncheon at the James home last week Wednesday in honor of Mrs. Anna Uhlendorf, mother of Mrs. D. H. Goeders, who plans to return to her home at Chicago next Sunday night. Bridge followed the dinner, Mrs. H. E. Rlst winning the high score, Mrs. L. G. Baker a travel prize, and Mrs. Goeders the consolation. Mrs. Uhlendorf received a guest prize. Party Honors Algona Woman— L.U Verne, Feb. 14—Mrs. E. J. 'Skinner, Algona, was a week-end guest of her daughter, Supt. Kate iSldnner, and Saturday afternoon was honor guest at a party given by Miss Skinner. Bridge was played at two tables, Mrs. Jesse Llndebak winning high, Mrs. P. C. I/ichty the travel prize. tLunch was served. Shower Honors €rcsco Girl— Fifty guests attended a miscellaneous shower Saturday afternoon at Mrs. Fred Zeigler's in honor ol 'Mildred Sunding, of Cresco township, who is soon to be married The honoree received many gifts, and lunch was served. The prospective bridegroom is Everett Hedlund, of Madrid. Mrs. Anderson Is Honored— The Royal Neighbors met last Thursday night, and Mrs. Oscar Anderson was presented with past oracle 10-year service pin. She was oracle from 1922 to 1932. Mrs. James Allan, who left yesterday for a new home at Fort Dodge, was presented with a Royal Neighbor pin. Farmer's Birthday Observed— A group of neighbors of Chris Jensen surprised him on his 51st birthday. Friday at the Jensen farm home. The evennig was spent at "500", muse and games, after which lunch was served. Thirty-five persons attended. The Jensens live near Irvington. Mrs. W. H. Cummins.Hostess- Mrs. W. H. Cummings entertoin- ed 20 women, at 6:30 dinner last Thursday evening. Bridge followed dinner, and Mrs. W. C. Dewel won the high score; Mrs. D. H. Goeders second, and Mrs. W. E. Hawcott the consolation. Surprise for CapltoJa Gould— Twenty-five neighbors and other friends surprised Capitola Gould Friday night. The evening \vas spent socially, and refreshments were seved late. Before the party adjourned, Mrs. Gould gave a reading. by Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Buwneleter last Thursday. Mr. Burmeister Is a local teacher. Meta Gade, Lydla Meyer, and the Rev. and Mrs. Braner were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Dau last week Wednesday. Goeders \ Spring Invitation Sale of Hosiery The new colors are here Suedette Dawngray Cliukker Deausan Beige Taupe Mirage Rollins . regular quality and unusual colors are the keynotes of this hosiery event, See the new, beautiful lace tops. See how perfectly the Runstop protects against damaging quarter runs. Why buy "bargain hose" when first quality merchandise is so ^modestly pi-iced arid offers so"'much more in beauty and long wear. ROLLINS RUNSTOP HOSIERY 39C 59C 79c $1 $1.35 The Goeders Co. Algona, Iowa Other Society.- The Legion Auxiliary will give a benefit card party at the Legion hall next Wednesday evening. The Eastern Stars will give a dance and benefit bridge party at the Masonic Temple tomorrow evening. A Methodist W. 'F. M. S. meeting postponed last week because of cold weather will meet today at Mrs. F. E. Sawyer's. The Woman's club meets tomorrow at 3 p. m. at the library. Mrs. Lura Sanders will read a paper on trends of modern literature. Mrs. H. M. Hauberg entertained 12 women at bridge • last week Wednesday, and the high score was won by Mrs. A. E. Kresensky. Mrs. M. G. Norton entertained her club at three tables of contract bridge Friday, and Mrs. S. A. Worster won the high score. Mrs. W. W. Sullivan was a guest of the club. Messrs, and Mesdames H. L. Gilmore, R. P. Norton, H. V. Hull, and D. P. Smith entertained a group at dancing at the I. O. O. F. hall last week Wednesday night. Lunch was served in buffet style. The March division of the Methodist Bible Seachers 8. S. class will meet at A. A. Bishop's next Tuesday; Mrs. Margaret Bishop, hostess, assisted by Mesdames Troutman, Douglass, and Beard, and Nellie (Burlingame. The JRev. and Mrs. P. J. (Braner were entertained at 6 o'clock dinner "KIWANIAN" COMES OUT AS A JIG SAW PUZZLE THIS WEEK The Klwanian, official mlmeo- graphed publication of the Algona Kiwanls club, appeared this week In the form of a jig-saw puzzle. T. H. /Chrisohllles Is editor, and the bulletin says: "Not to be outdone in any field of activity the Klwanian presents an original jig-saw puzzle." The puzzle consists of a sheet 8% by 14 Inches with a reproduction of a (Picture of a. beautiful young- woman. jA note in the bulletin guarantees ;that working the puzzle will heat up Contestants and save coal these cold I winter evenings. Cemetery Officers Named. All officers of the River view cemetery association were re-elected at ;the annual meeting at M. P. Weav- jer's office Saturday: president, K. ; A. Palmer; vice president, W. E. i'Lalrd; secretary-treasurer, M. P. j Weaver; superintendent, Albert Ogen; trustee, C. E. Chubb. Daniel Murphy Dies. Funeral services for 'Daniel Murphy willl be heltl tomorrow morning jat 9:30 at the St. Cecelia's church. He died Tuesday night, following WHAT—ANOTHER GREAT TIKJE event? 2 first line tires and 2 free inner tubes when worn tires are traded in for the price you would expect to pay for 1 tire. Limited quantity. Begins iFeb. 18. — Gamble Stores. 38-23 the amputation that day of a leg 1 because of gangrene. f AM LOCAdj sales agent for the Remington'line of typewriters. There are an even dozen styles, of which four are portables. Prices for brand new portables range from $19.75 to $75.—Gordon Dewel at Advance office. ALLISBETTER When you know tomorrow. I tell your name, age, occupation without asking. When married, to whom, advise on business troubles. I tell you if your sweetheart Is untrue, locate lost friends and articles. I tell you many things you never dreamed of. (Readings by appointment only. (Phone 490, ask for PKINCE KABAH, Medium. f Special! FEBRUARY AND MARCH Croquignole perman e n t waves, including shampoo, and finger wave, $3.50 Morrison Beauty Shop ••' Phone 279 CALL THEATRE Algona Iowa Thursday and Friday, Feb. 16-17 See Prince "Karah" bury a man in sand on the stage. "Karah" will place a young man in a Cateleptic trance suspending animation, and bury him in a coffin box under several tons of sand truly a marvelous demonstration of psychological phenomena Thursday only—Matinee, 2:30 p. m. Night, 7:15. Feature picture— More •etlonr lurprliet tod excitement'packed into . titty (mated mionte* thut "Doctor X" ind "Union Depot': pnt together!'. „... .•WALLACE FORD. GUY KIBBEE Comedy. "Ma's Pride and Joy." N o advance in prices. Sunday and Monday, February 19-20 "Farewell to Arms" HELEN HAYES GARY COOPER A perfect dramatization of the book that set the world aeoe! "Let's love tonight," they said, "There may be no tomorrow!" Paramount News—Hollywood on Parade. Travelogue. Matinee 1 p. m., continuous show. Saturday, February 18 Last day with Prince Karah, the wonder man. See the sleeping beauty awakened. On the screen— • DWARPA. « Hurricane Express Jfo, 7 Tuesday February 21 [One Day Only] MMtari** 1 *" OT* UU M <KitMiiu>»ir KXfcifailnli li In GOLDIE GETS ALONG 100 per cent perfect entertainment! < ; Sport Thrills Run around— 2rreel comedy. Matinee §:?0 p. w»

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