Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1933 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 2, 1933
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PAGE TWO K088UTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA THRIFT We Americans are taught that the word "Thrift" means being on the alert and prepared for an emergency—we could and do teach this to our children. We have a modest safe and sane method of encouraging, thrift and savings among children. This contract protects parent as well as child—we can arrange a contract from age of birth to twenty. We will gladly furnish complete information on request with no obligation. OLD LINE CEDAR RAPIDS LIFE INSURANCE CO. CEDAIt RAPIDS, IOWA CEDAR RAPIDS LTFR 1XSURAXCE COMPANY, CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA. Gentlemen: AVIthout obligation please- furnish me with more .information on above plan. Name Address Fashion-Right For Spring! Shoes which observe all the rules and regulations of the season for beauty, quality, and value. Choose the last which fits your foot perfectly! Everything That's New Christensen Bros. Co. Shoe Department For Money, Marbles or Chalk • . . you can not obtain bigger values than are offered today in S TRONG-HEART x-VDS » I FOOD PRODUCTS For, a policy that has never changed one whit in wxty years assures you "The Best of Foods at Reasonable Prices Without Sacrifice of Quality." With such time-proven assurance, thousands of Iowa housewives daily ask their grocers for them by name. If you a re not using STRONGHEART — OPAL—IOWA MAID, try them this week. Special 1 lb. Strong Heart Coffee gi c per Ib. No. 1 Strong- Heart Shrimp, wet or dry, 2 caus _25c Large Quaker Oats, pkg. 13 ft Large Riuso, pkg. ________21c At these Grocers B. A. Clark Thorpe's Home Grocery H. R. Soreusou .Algoua Merrill Bros., Bancroft Smith Dept. Store, Uurt Win. H. Vogel, Burt Quality Store, Corwith Frederick Schultz & Co., Lone Bock Benedict Store, Lu Verne Bouacker Bros., Titonka H. B. Zumach, Whittemore L. A. Nelson, Crystal Lake H. J. Orthel, Woden J. V. McMillin, Hutchlns 11. M. Dyer, Ledyard Thaves Sisters, Lakota Frank Bailey & Co., Teuton San horn's Cash Grocery, Swea City WHITTEMORE PAIR CONSULT SPECIALISTS W.hlttemore, Feb. 2$ — James But- ]cr, son Thos. and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fandel drove to Iowa City last Thursday morning, where Thomas Butler had ihis leg examined. He had hie leg broken last summer as he was cultivating- corn, and the team ran away. Mre. Herman Fandel also entered the hospital. It is expected she will be there for at least six weeks. Mr. Butler and son Thomas and (Mr. Fandel returned Saturday. Paul Reilly, of St. Paul, Minn., did Mr. (Butler's chores while he was gone. Farewell for the Tiaumnns— •Friends gave the Mike Baumans a farewell surprise party last Thursday evening. Five hundred was played at five tables. {Rosella Voight and John Baas won high; Nick Mergen and Mrs. John Oren- ger, low. Mrs.' L. E. Doyle's son Carl, who lias been attending an army air school at Chanute Field, 111., has finished his course and has gone by ilane to Shreveport, La., Where he is stationed at Barksdale field. 11. S. Pupils Plan Comedy— The Mouse Trap, a short comedy, ill be presented by high school pupils March 15 at the academy hall; also numbers given by the grade pupils. Verna Emmanuel is coach of the play. Pnrty nf, Eibvnrd Greliwrl's— A number of young folks attended a party Sunday evening at Edward Greinart's, Fairvllle. Five hundred was played fit seven tables, and Alfred "\Vlttkopf won high for the boys, Sedana Bierstedt for the girls, while Edna Frlnk was low for the girls and Erwin Fjink for the boys. Attending: Bertha, Clara, and August Vaudt, Laurence, Lydia, and Alfred Meyer, Verdell Lauritzen, Herbert Zumach, Eldora and Victor Dau. all of Whittemore, and Viola Zinnell, West Bend. Shower Honors Tallinn Bierstedt— Fifty relatives and friends attended a shower Saturday afternoon in honor of Lillian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bieretedt at Mrs. Arnold trade's. Five hundred' was played at eight tables. Mrs. Henry Wichtendnhl won high, and the travel prize. Arnold Gade bride-to-be won a Hostesses were Mrs. and Alfrioda Gade. Miss Bierstedt received many gifts. She will be married March S at 1:30 at St. Tohn'e Lutheran church, Fairville. Hen Enjoy Animal Smoker— Men of St. Michael's Catholic parish held their annual smoker last Tuesday night. A good crowd was in attendance. A group of men gave a short program and the climax of the evening- was a lunch served by several of the men. lunlfor Treats T5. 1?. Squads— Last Thursday Adolf Naas, public school janitor, treated the boys' and girls' basketball teams to homemade ice cream and cookies. Miss Lynch, home economics teacher, ind the home economics girls made the ice cream. Irpnmery Has 3fe/w Cluirn— The creamery force was busy last week, installing a new churn. This adition will facilitate handling an ever increasing volume of business. The new churn cost more than $1,000, with the old churn thrown n. the home of their eon, . Henry Laucks Jr. Mrs^ W. arid Mrs. .'30. Striiecker are daughters of Henry Laucke Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Chrlet Meyer, son Walter, Mrs. Mary Bruhn, and the latter's daughters Edna and Clara attended a quilting party at Mrs. Otto Wlchtendaihl's, Ottosen, last week Wednesday, Mrs. Meyer, Mrs. Bruhn, and Mrs. Wichtendahl are sisters. The Edward Behnkes, of Bennett, visited over Sunday with Mr. Behnke's parents, the Albert Behnkeg. Frank Behnke, Lutheran school teacher at Webster City, also visited over Sunday with his parents, the Albert Behnkes. Minnie, Otto, and Earl Elbert and Geneva Walters attended a party at Louis El'bert's at Bmmetsburg: Saturday. Prizes were won by Mrs. James Elbert high and travel prize, and Leo Walters high for men. Mrs. August Schattsdinelder and her son Oscar drove to Easton, Minn., last Thursday to visit at Mrs. Ferd. Helse'e, returning Friday. Mrs. Heise was formerly Martha Schattschnelder. Sister Luella, of St. Anthony's Orphanage, Sioux City, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bisenlus, is visiting here, called because of the illness of her sister, Mrs. Mike Besch. The Emll Schmelllngs moved -into their home in the east part of town. They formerly lived on a farm northeast of Whittemore, where they have farmed the past year or so. Father William Veit drove to Fort Dodge Thursday to attend the finals in the tournament. Whittemore was unfortunate in losing both games they played, A boy was born Saturday evening to the Lawrence Elberts. They have eight children living, two girls and six boys. Two children, both girls, are dead. Mrs. Irene Rooney, who has been employed in Creston, is having a short visit at Phil Cullen's. Mrs. Rooney is a niece of the Cullens. Elnora, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voight, fell Thursday evening after dark, on a footscraper, and :ut a gash In her ankle. The Leo Elberts, of Garner, visited over Sunday with local relatives' and friends. The Elberts formerly lived near Whittemore. Henry, son of the Albert Betakes, accompanied his brother Edwin to Bennett Sunday to visit relatives over Sunday. Durwooci Walters, eon of the Leo Walters, of Algona, visited over Sunday with his grandmother, Mrs. Helen Walters. Tho William Wegeners, of Clinton, visited Sunday with Mrs. Weg- jner's parents, the August Schatt- schneiders. The John Wilsons, who formerly lived in the old Eiler house, moved into the James McGovern house. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oliver, Mason City, visited Oliver's sister, Mrs. Alice R. Cairy, last week. iBetty Elbert, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Elbert, has been sick for the past week. •Pupils in the public schools are taking six weeks "exams" this week Thursday and Friday. Heaneys Buy Smith House— The J, T. 'Heaneys have purchased the K. J. Smith home and will take possession April 1. The Smiths recently bought the old Will Grover house on Main street and are having it repaired. Cliil) Has a Guest Night— The annual guest night of the Burt Woman's club, which was to have been held Monday evening, has been postponed and will be- held March 6 in the Presbyterian church parlors. Farewell for tlio McParlands— A surprise farewell party was held for the O. G. MoFarland family last week Tuesday evening. The McFarlands moved to a farm near Fenton. Jfew Fnmily from Nebraska— The Harmon Bosworth family, of Lincoln, Neb., has moved onto the George Stone farm, recently vacated by the Irwin Kriegers. Elevator Manager Hired Again— " D. F. Slaughter has been re-hired as manager of the Famers' elevator. Emil Christiansen has also been re-hired as second man. The James Walkers attended funeral services for Mrs. John Ban- at Avlfttor Finishes Course 'Algona Sunday. llntcliory Here Opens Today— Edward Maahs will be manager of a hatchery and a poultry station to be opened here. March 1 by the Stromberg Poultry Farm & Hatchery, Fort Dodge, in an old restaurant building. George Dunns- to Algona— The George Dunns have moved from the old Engler home to Algona. Their son Leonard came to help them pack. He attends school at the Algona academy. Jack Macqulres, 'Emmetsburg, visited Thursday at Art and Herman Fandel's. Mary Gappa, of Fenton, visited over Sunday at the Mrs. Helen Walters home. The Peter Origers were Sunday guests at A. D, Brogan's. Mrs. Matt Kirschbaum is reported quite ill. Tenni Loses Fust Game— The boys' basketball team lost to Lakota, 2-1-23, in the county tournament at Algona Friday evening. An overtime period was played. George Bulgoinun 81; Tarty— Young folks gathered last week AVednesday evening at George IBal- peman's to surprise him in honor of his 31st birthday. f.'raettlng-pr Defeats Academy Glrls- The. academy girls' basketball team played at Graettinger last week Tuesday evening and lost, 18-16. BUSY DAYS AT BURT FOR THE MANY MOVERS 'Burt, Feb. 28—Many have moved last week and many more are moving this week. Among the changes •being made are the following. The Joe Zanke.s are moving to the farm to be vacated by the C. E. Long- neekers. Mr. Zanke recently bought the farm. The farm vacated by R. S. John will 'be occupied by the Gilbert Nelsons, who formerly lived in Titonka. Mr. Nelson bought this farm a few months ago. The Irvin Kriegere are moving to Woden. The H. V. Jones family will move to the farm vacated by the M. E. Blanch- arde. Mr. and Mre. Oscar Blanchard, who wese recently married, are Ciillens to Charles City- Mr, and Mrs. M. K. Cullen have gone to Charles City, where Mr. Cullen has secured a position in a garage. Farm Wife's Birthday Honored— George Wlnkel honored his wife's birthday Monday evening with a dance at the Higgins hall. Other Wliittemore News. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crawford, accompanied by Mrs. Frank Roupe, drove to Fort Dodge Saturday to visit the James Aliens, w r ho recently moved from Algona to Fort Dodge. Mrs. Frank Roupe went along to see a specialist. Mr. Crawford and Mrs. Roupe returned Saturday evening. Mrs. Crawford stayed till Sun- clay, when Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Leo SwansOn, and Roy Crawford drove down to attend a party at the Allen home, and Mrs. Crawford returned home with them that evening. Rudolph Hanover and Lester Baas drove to Sheldon Sunday, accompanied by Elda Baas, Dorothy Hei- clenwith, Lillian Kuecker, Leonard Meyer, Maynard, Wilbur, and Linda Roeber. They visited at William Koehnecke's. The Koehneckes formerly lived in "Wliittemore, and he was formerly Whittemore's section foreman. Viola Heller, R. N., got home from River Edge, N. J., last week Monday, coming with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goekley. She had been there the past five or six months, taking care of the late Mrs. Emma. Goek- ley, deceased. The Walter Gockleys left for home last week AVednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck Sr., and eon Armon, of Steen, Minn., visited last week at the Walter and ~~!rwln Struecker homes and also at will .be farmed by the Roacoe Stewarts, who recently moved 'back to •Burt from Eden, N. Y. The Robert Ackermans are moving ito the C. E. Slgebee farm, on which the John Mahoneys have been living', The Tony Lohses, who have been living on one of the George Carroll farms, are moving to the Jake Koestler farm near Titonka. The Julius Baas family from West Bend are moving to the. farm vacated by the Ed Kalns. Surprise for the It. S. Johns— A group of friends surprised Mr. and Mrs. R. S. John Saturday by going to their home to spend the evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. JR. P. Elvldge, Mr. and iMrs. Chas. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Wyot Stott, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan, Mr. and Mrs. JF. A. and Roy Rlngsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tren- nry, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Slgsbee, and air. and Mrs. C. L. Holding. Mrs. Clara Olson Homo— Mrs. Clara Olson and two daughters returned Sunday from Phoenix, Ariz,, where they have been staying the past year with a sister of Mrs. Olson. Mrs. Olson will keep house for her brother, Myron Meinzer. Washington Party for Club— Mrs. George Can-oil was hostess to the Birthday Circle last Wednesday afternoon at a Washington party. Sixteen were present. The next meeting will toe a St. Patrick's party at Mrs. M. J. Eyerson's. to Burt. Mrs. Chae. Stroebel entertained 15 women at a party la«t Thursday, arf- ternoon. The P. P. Krletfis were business visitors at Des Molnes . last week Monday. Mrs. !L. V. McWhorter entertained 12 women a£ a quilting party Friday. •Mrs. Lewis (Larsen had her ton- ells removed Monday morning. O NE OF OUR BEST SIDELINES is mimeographing. This is the reproduction of typewriting on paper or cards. You would be surprised to know how much of this work we do. We mimeograph bulletins, .etters, cards, etc., and the cost is much less than printing. Suppose vou want to send out a circular letter, a notice of any kind, or a card. We mimeograph the Job for you in a few minutes, and the work cannot be told from Individual typewriting. And you can sign your name to the mimeograph stencil if you desire, and the signature will then appear on every sheet.—Advance. 26tf MABCH 2. KB. Change of Address Advance subscribers who are postofflce address will please fill out and mail (lie following notice: CHANGE OUR ADDRESS From RFD__ State. To Make Change After _^ State. Signature. JfOTK—Please sign In the game name Hint ftppcnrg on jour pnper, but If wo have the namo wrong 1 , spell It right In the w.\\ address above. Bo sure to flT6 both old n.nd now nddrcHs. To save postage, If desired, this form of notice may bo copied on n. postal card. Two Fanners Miss Harnesses— Harness thieves visited the Rob- >rt Leason and A. L. Jordan farms recently and stole a set of harness from each farm. Diphtheria Cnso Quarantined— t The Emil Pearson home is quarantined for diphtheria. The patient Is their little daughter Jacqueline. Other Burt News. The Hiram Wards, who have been farming near Buffalo Center, are moving this week into their house in Burt. The E. H. Pann- kuks, who have been living in the house, have moved into the house recently vacated by the Otto Tietz family. Dr. 'R. H. Thompson and Doctor Olson, Algona, attended a dental clinic at Fort Dodge laet week Tuesday evening. The U and 'I Circle met at Mrs. C. F. Mann's last AVednesday afternoon, with Mrs. Wayne Mann as assistant hostess. Senator and Mrs. G. AV. 'Patterson returned Saturday from Des Moines. Mre. Patterson had been' spending the week there. Mrs. Edwin Pratt moved last Thursday' to the home of her son, F. L. Pratt, where she will live for the present. The Aid will meet AVednesday, March 1, at Mrs, C. H. Schroeder's. Mrs. George Gray will >be assistant hostess. The Roy Ringsdorfs visited Mrs. Rlngsdorf's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry MoElroy, at 'Eagle Grove Sunday. Claa Schwietert, Dolliver teacher, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. AVill Schwietert. j Mr. and Mi's. John Crawford left for AVebster City Monday evening, after a week at J. H. Graham's. Mr. and Mrs. Ranney Putz, Truman, (Minn., visited last week Tuesday at Mrs. M. A. Dexter's. "Muggs" Ackerman returned Friday from Fort Dodge, where he had moving to Pilot Grove, Minn., and the farm vacated by them will be tenanted by the John Lights, who have been living on the George Boevers place near Algona. The L. H. Schencks are moving to the <Mra. Annie Hawcott farm, recently vacated by the J. P. Stows, who bought and moved into a house in Burt. The former L. I. Mann farm Hazel Rickard, Algona, is working at the Beckworth Cafe. She is a sister of Mrs. Roy Ollom. W. F. iFechter left Monday for Centralla, Mo., to visit relatives and probably make his home. Mrs. H. W. Trainer and baby left Friday for Sparta, Wte., where they are visiting her parents. R. S. John, unable to find a. farm, I held a sale Monday, and is moving 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. 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March Calendar Call Theatre Algona Iowa Wednesday, March 1 Thursday and Friday, March 2-3 Saturday, March 4 "GRAND HOTEL" GR E TrAR?n GRETA GARBO JO AN CRAWFORD "MADAME BUTTERFLY.** SYLVIA SIDNEY C ARY GMANT Sunday and Monday, March 5-6 "THE TEXAS BAD MAN" TOM MIX Tuesday and Wednesday, March 7-8 "SO THIS IS AFRICA" WHEELER AND WOOUSEY Thursday and Friday, March 9-10 "EMPLOYEE'S ENTRANCE" WAHR13N WILLIAM LORETTA YOUNG Saturday, March 11 "BILLION DOLLAR SCANDAL" _CONSTANCB CUMM1MGS fROBT. ARMSTRONG Sunday and Monday, March 12-13 «m,™ D °UBLE FEATURE PROGRAM "PRIDE OP THE 'LEGION" RIN "SAILOR BE GOOD- Tuesday and Wednesday, March 14-15 Thursday and Friday, March 16-17 "CHILD OF MANHATTAN" "KIWS VACATION" "20,000 YEARS IN SING SING" SPENCER TRACY BETTE DAVIS Saturday, March 18 DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Sunday and Monday, March 19-20 1 „ Tuesday and Wednesday, March 21-22 Thursday and Friday. March 23-24 — Saturday, March 25 Sunday Only, Marcli 26 IRAiLiPH BELLAMY "WHAT I NO BEER" BUSTER KEATON JIMMY DURAJJTB "TOPAZE" JOHN BARRYMORE MYRNA IX>Y PAST OP MARY HOLMES" HELEN McKEILLAR ERIC "THE PARACHUTE JUMPER" DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS JiR. Monday and Tuesday, March 27-28 "RED DUST" J'EA'N HARLOAV QUARK TWO AGAINST THE WORLD CONSTANCE Wednesday., Thurs., Friday March 29-30-31 Mpines 3ast year. Be eure & as* it! ****^Hmmmmmmm*f^iiimi*i

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