Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 25, 1933
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TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA SCHOOL YEAR AT LONE ROCK ENDS FRIDAY ILone Rock, May 23 — A large •crowd attended the annual school picnic and exercises Friday at the *dhoolhouse. The following pupils lecelved letters at basketball: Harold and Russell Gross, Glenn Householder, Mainerd Genrich, Ronald Christenson, Robert Schmidt, Marvil Marlow, Lola Marlow, Berneyce and Imogene Roderick, Margaret Householder, June Bierle, Dorothy Bierstedt. (Receiving letters at baseball •were: Harold and Russell Gross, Marvin Marlow, Roy Leeper, Marxian Marlow, Eugene Blanchard, Glenn Householder, Gordon Priebe, Oeorge Long, Mainerd Genrich. letters were also awarded to yell leaders Coila Jane Collister and Jack Tibbetts. The sophomores received the ... . .. ,. ,. . . *alfour trophy for average of 78.25 I f eman *J» B ive l , he Gettysburg ad- Whittemore to Have Memorial Day Service Whittemore, May 23—A Memorial day committee consisting of representatives of the Legion and the community club is sponsoring a Memorial day essay contest. Cash prizes will toe awarded for the best essays on Why We Should Observe Memorial day: first, $2.60; second, a dollar. Pupils of high school age in the public school and Presentation Academy are eligible to compete. The winning essay will be read at Memorial day exercises Tuesday, May 30, ami announcement of the winner will not be made till then. Judges will be Supt. 'Rochford, Father Veil, and Teacher H. W. Behnke of the -Lutheran school. Memorial day is expected to be a big day here. Business houses will be closed at 10 a. m. The elevator will be closed all day. A 'Legion firing squad will honor the soldier dead of all wars. There will also be a speaker, and Bernice Bal- TEAM ORGANIZED AT ST, BENEDICT St. Benedict, May 23 — A ball team has been organized here, and It played its first game Sunday against Sexton. The locals won, 8-7, The (boys have a good diamond Just north of the schoolhouse. and they plan a game every Sunday. The 3»er cent. The seniors placed second with 75.67 per cent. The valedictorian was Berneyce Roderick; salutatorian, Marvl •Marlow. The local ball team was defeatet toy St. John's, Bancroft, 6-1. Harold Gross pitched his last game for the local high school and struck out 14 men In seven innings. Teachers who have gone home are: Ruth Cross, Curlew; Evelyn Behrmann, Bancroft; Floy Jones, •Chester; Juanita Dunn, Alta; and Harriet Fish, Whittemore. Commencement Exercises Held- Commencement exercises w &eld at the school auditorium 'last week Monday evening, and the following program was given: processional. Miss Dunn; invocation, the Rev. S. M. Gladstone, All Through the Night, sextette; salutatory, 'Marvel Marlow; caledictory, (Ber- •neyce Roderick; address, Doctor Jones; Call Me Back, Pal of Mine, sextette; awards, Supt. L. E. Godfrey; diplomas, J. M. Blanchard; benediction, the Rev. Mr. Gladstone. Shower Honors Harriet Fish— A pre-nuptial shower was given "by Mrs. Oscar Earing and Florence Householder at the Earing home last week Tuesday evening for Harriet Fish, who will be married to Donald Westbee, Valley City, N. D. The evening was spent at -games. Miss Fish received many -gifts. Sixteen women attended. •Miss Fish has been third and fourth grade teacher here four years. "New Teacher Visits Here- Mrs. Ellis Lyle, daughter Mrs. 3Myrle Milligan, and the latter's •children, Marshall and Janice, all •of Parnell, Mo., arrived Friday for •a visit till Monday at Mrs. Lyle's torother the (Rev. S. M. Gladstone's. Airs. Milligan is English and home •economics teacher here next year. "Mrs, A. H. Hanna Honored— •Mrs. A. H. Hanna was taken by -surprise one day last week, when •45 relatives and friends gathered at t3eo. C. Hanna's to help celebrate a irirthday. The evening was spent *t 600. ^Pastors Exchange Pulpits— The Rev. C. V. Hulse, pastor of the Algona Methodist church, gave a temperance sermon at the 'local -church Sunday, and the Rev. S. M. •Gladstone preached at Algona. Girl for the KIdon Marlows— A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. ISldon Marlow one day last week. Mrs. Marlow was formerly Verna Bates. Mary Ellen Marlow is doing the housework. dress. The usual parade will take place. 1 Hn the afternoon there will be a junior league^ ball game, also, perhaps, a town-team game. An academy alumni dance will take place in the evening. Near-Tragedy In Illinois— Mrs. Peter Volk has received a clipping from Lincoln, 111., saying that her nephew, William Fandel Sr., and his son, William Jr., recently had a narrow escape from drowning in flood waters of Salt creek, when their boat turned over and sank. They managed to reach a bent-over tree trunk and were marooned three hours (before rescuers reached them. The elder Fandel, 7-year-old son, and two men had a boat powered by a one- cylinder motor. On a turn the notor died and the boat swung in;o the old main channel, where a swift current carried it against a submerged log and caused its over- .urn. The Fandel boy was saved by one of the men. A deputy game warden heard cries for help. Mr. ~'andel used to work here. Ice cream, ties. sandy, and other dain- Group Visits at Manly— The (Ralph Bartletts, and Mrs. iartlett's sister, Mrs. McBride and ;wo children, and Mrs. Wm. Rusch and two children, drove to Manly Sunday to visit relatives and riends. The Bartletts and Mrs. McBride visited with Mr. Bartlett's parents, and Mrs. Rusch and children visited at Chas. Stover's. The Stovers formerly lived here. Helen, oldest daughter, graduates from Manly high school this year. When school is out the Stovers plan to move to Chicago to manage a chicken ranch. 'own Slogan Is Sought— The Community club seeks a slogan for Whittemore, and a cash prize of $3 will be paid for the best one. All residents of Whittemore's rade territory are eligible to compete. There is no limit on the number of words, but something To See Daughter Graduated— Mrs. Frances Stephenson, Ohi cago, arrived Suriday to attend th graduation of her daughter Vivian from the Algona high school. She is visiting her mother, Mrs. Anna Husohka, and sister, Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer. Parochial School Ends Tomorrow The parochial school will close this week Friday with a program and graduation exercises will be held Sunday evening at the school- hall. To Observe Ascension Day— This week Thursday will be holiday of obligation and the Ascension, with services the same as on Sunday. 21 Children In Communion— » Twenty-one children received their first and solemn communion. BANQUET A HURT HONO IS SCHOOL BOYS Sunday, the Rev. officiating. Father Kramer Other St. Benedict A large crowd attended the card party Sunday evening at the school hall given by the Rosary society. Mrs. Nick Arndorfer attended a shower for a girl .friends at Algona Sunday afternoon. The Rev. H. B. Kramer's parents and his sister, of Ashton, were here Sunday. Farrell and Quinn for Whittemore. were pitchers Boy for Fred Kollasches— A 'boy was born Monday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kollasch. This, is the seventh child. He was named Louis Henry. Boy Is Stung by Bee- Bobby Kirschbaum was stung one day last week by a bee, and his foot was badly swollen for a few days. Lutherans Lose to L. Y. The iLu Verne Lutheran boys' kittenball team defeated tihe locals Sunday at Lu Verne 9-2. Mallard Wins Good Game— The Mallard baseball team lost here Sunday to the locals 7-6 in an exciting game. Other Whittemore News. Mr. and Mrs. iLeo Walters and son 'Durwood, Dick Vaughn, Minnie Elbert, Geneva Walters, Earl Elfoert, of Whittemore, and the iBurt, May 23—Coach M. C. Bowie and the high school faculty entertained the wrestling and base' ball boys at a banquet last week Wednesday evening 'at Mrs. Maude Hanna's. The tables were decorated in the high school colors, old gold and purple, and centerpieces were trophies won in county and district ball tournaments and a county wrestling toui\nament. Captains Ewoldt, of baseball, and Patterson, of the wrestling team, were called on for speeches. Mr. Davlson and the men teachers also made speeches. Boys who attended were: Henry Ewoldt, Gordon Sigsbee, Maurice Coffin, Edwin Manus, Hugh McDonald, Barrel Riddle, Paul Kriethe Jr., Charles Hanna, Ronald Elvidge, Gerald Ollom, Mel- 'bourne Mansmith, Willis Vogel, Gerald and Merwyn Bahling, Gardner Patterson, Max Schrader, Raymond Carter, Verle Thaves, Lyle Fraser, .Ralph and Merwyn Bristow, and Allen Moore. Messrs. Weir, Bowie, Fardal, and Davlson were also present. Big Commencement Audience— The Presbyterian church was packed last week Tuesday night for commencement exercises, at which the largest class in the history of the high school, 24 pupils, was graduated. Lois Graham, honor student, gave the valedictory; 3ardner Patterson, second in rank, :he salutatory. Other members of he class were Paul Kriethe Jr., Kenneth Graham, Lucile Sewick, Rachel Clapsaddle, Marguerite Eliott, Viola and Ruby Riddle, Elner tforness, Edwin Manus, Maurice "offin, Darlene Stott, Charles Hanna, (Ronald Elvidge, Eilene Nelson, Gerald Bahling, Melbourne Mansmith, Hazel Godden, Henry woldt, Hugh McDonald, Beulah Gifford, Mabel Gustafson, and Denton Thaves. To Presbyterian General Assembly Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson and her daughters Helen and (Ruth eft Sunday for Columbus, Ohio, to attend .a.Presbyterian General Assembly to which Mr. Thompson is delegate from the Fort .Dodge Presbytery. They expected to be gone en days. Mrs. Gertie Thompson ind the other daughters, Margaret and Barbara, accompanied them as ar as Grinnell, to stay with Mrs. Thompson's daughter, Mrs. Earl rirton. Will Travel With Band— 'S. J. Fardal, Burt teacher, goes o Decorah this mid-week to join he Luther college band and accompany it on a month's tour of Wisconsin, after which it will play or a month at the World's fair. 'astors Exchange Pulpits— The Rev. A. H. Wood May 15. 1933 ihort and concise is wanted. Bn- ries must be in by June 6, ad-dressed to Secretary Whittemore Community club. The June 14 Champion will carry the name of the winner and give the slogan. Seniors Treat Freshmen— i ^ Public school seniors treated the j ^ uthven hi E ]l school banquet" at the freshmen to pop and hamburger | Kermoore hotel, Emmetsburg, last Louis Elberts, of Emmetsburg, went on a picnic -Sunday at Lost Island. Howard Powers, Burt, and James Fleming and George Carmody of Whittemore, furnished music for a Xarkin Club to Jrrinffton— Members of the Larkin club -drove to Mrs. M. E. Blanchard's, Irvington, Saturday for a meeting. Gives Rlnprsted Baccalaureate— The Rev. S. M. Gladstone gave a •baccalaureate sermon Sunday evening. at Ringsted Other Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Meyers, of Corwith, and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest -Rouse, Ayrshire, spent Sunday at the parental William Krause home and attended the funeral of August Mr. and Mrs. Or- Krause, Fenton. •ville Rosendahl. Superior, were •«uests of the William Krauses Saturday evening. Terrence and Harold Padgett accompanied Mr and Mrs. Clifford Myers home for a visit. (Mrs. W. G. Flaig and her daughter Joan returned Sunday from a two weeks visit with Mrs. Flail's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lewis. OskaJoosa, and were accompanied -by the parents and an aunt, Mary Lewis, who went back Monday The S. M. Orvicks had as Sunday •guests Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz, the H. A. Weiners, the •Henry Sehroeders, John Whitford, Mrs. Jennie Whitford. daughter Irene, the Roy Chrischilles family, JVnton, and Rov's mother. ' Mr. and Mrs. 'R. L. Padgett drove to Corwith last week Wednesday, and William Krause, who had been Wednesday afternoon. The freshmen won a ticket-selling contest the previous week, when the classes of the public school sold tickets for the senior class play. The freshmen sold $19 worth of tickets. They had the afternoon off and played ball. Picnic Closes Rural School- Geneva Walters, teacher of rural school north of town, held her picnic Thursday at the Ambrose A. Call state park and they attended a movie in the afternoon. Melvin and Mervin Lauck, eighth grade pupils both received diplomas, and Melvin will receive a letter I. Seven 111 During Week Mrs. Wm. Kelly and Mrs. Joseph Faber were ill last week. Mary Kathryn Rooney, Margaret Mosbach and Mrs. Albert Schueller were also ill, and Albert Vaudt Jr., week Tuesday evening. Mrs. John Sandmeyer and two brothers, of Blue Earth, Minn., visited Sunday with their sister, Mrs. George Koehn, northeast of Whittemore. They also visited at- Time and again I am told—by my own organization and by others The car proper, which is the basis of Mrs. Joseph Meurer's. - The Herman Meyers drove to and Ellsworth, Heidenwitih out of school a couple of with colds and sore throats. were days Clifford returned •with his daughter, Mrs. Meyers, for some time, .with them. The Lawrence Newbroughs and ••Grace Newbrough visited their grandfather, a Mr. Reynolds, at THumboldt, Sunday, and Grace re- TOained for a further visit with rel- mtives. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Angus. Al- «ona, visited Sunday at Chris Shaser's. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. White- 3i5Il, Burt, were dinner guests at J M. Blanchard's. Mr. and Mrs. 'N. L. Cotton and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jensen attended a Northwestern Iowa Bankers association convention at Storm lake Monday Mrs. Eugene Hofius and Mrs. I. W. Nelson accompanied their •brother, F. W. Bacon, Algona to Mason City last Thursday. Mrs. Jones, of Chester, and her daughter Rosa came last Thursday daughter, to take home another Floy, teacher here. Mrs. Emil Kraft entertained the Friday club last week, and entertained the Sewing club Thursday evening. Arline and Gladvs Larsen. Decorah, came last Thursday to visit their sister, Mrs. Arthur Priebe. The Mite.society meets this week Thursday with Frs. Frank Flaig *lrs. W. G. Flaig assisting. Erwin Struecker Babe Christened— Wichard Henry, boy son of the 'Erwin Strueckers, was christened Sunday at St. Paul's Lutheran church. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Lauck, of Steen, Minn., and Henry Lauck, Whittemore. Mrs. Struecker is a daughter of the Minnie Laucks. Two Hare Broken Bones— Louis Gengler, six-year-old daughter of the George Genglers, fractured her elbow last week. George Airhart, son of tihe Clyde Airhardts, broke his collar bone two weeks ago and it was just one day last week that it was discovered. Bancroft Juniors Defeated— The St. John's, 'Bancroft, baseball team played the local junior league team Monday afternoon at the local diamond, and the local team won 8-3. Pat Farrell and Lester Quinn pitched for Whittemore. Commencement Tomorrow Nlghl^- The high school commencement date has been changed from this week Thursday night to this week Friday evening. Eight seniors will be graduated. H. W. 'Miller, Algona lawyer, will be speaker. Rochester, Minn., Monday and Mrs Meyer expects to go through the clinic. Edna Bruhn is keeping house whdle the Meyers are gone The bridge club was entertained Sunday evening at 'Roy Crawford's. Carl Hanson won high and traveling prize, Mrs. Ralph Brown, Al- srona, won high for women. Patricia Weir, Rosella Neu, and Eunice and Rose Ludwig attended the senior class play at West -Bend Friday. The girls took their picnic lunch and ate at the park. The Henry Laucks Sr. and son Fred, of Steen, Minn., visited Sunday with their son Henry Lauck Jr., and daughters, Walter and the Erwin Strueckers. Joan Hansen, daughter of the Carl Hansens, attended the rural school picnic of Minnie Elbert Saturday as a. guest John Crawford. of Jimmy and Weir Grandson In Hospital— Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Weir have word from their daughter, Mrs. Wordsball, of Whiting, that she recently took her son "Bud," who i was severely burned in a bonfire, to Mercy hospital, Sioux City. Three Win Free Photos— Delphine Meyer, Bernice Balge- nan, and Mrs. Alice R. Cairy each i ivon a free photo at the Rusch ! Beauty shop to be taken at the Peterson studio in Algona. Juniors Defeat Fenton— The Junior League nine defeated :he Fenton high school, 4-3, on the 'ocal diamond last week Tuesday. Viola Heller, R. N., daughter of Mrs. Margaret Heller, has returned from two weeks visit with friends at Manly, Rochester, and Albert Lea. •Bob Finnell, student at Mason City, was home Sunday. Dolores Finnell, who taught last year at Rockwell, is home for the summer. Eldora Dau and Earl O'Connor worked at the Cavanaugh pharmacy during a special sale last week-end.' Dick Elbert and Glen Panteer were week-end visitors with Mr and Mrs. Ed Burtis, Mason City The Frank and August Schatt- schneiders visited Sunday at Mrs. Ferd. Heise's at Easton, Minn. Mrs. Alice R. Cairy won a picture given away at the Rusch beauty shop Saturday evening George and His Rhythm Ramblers play at a dance at the Misbach hall Saturday evening. Arnold Zumach gave a surprise Saturday with each bottle of 3.2 beer—a bowl of turtle soup. Grandma Elbert was not feeling as well as usual last week. Mrs Ebert is in the nineties. June Thompson, Rusch beauty operator, visited over Sunday with her parents at Swea City. Verdell .Lauritzen and June Wehrspann attended a Fenton high school picnic Friday. The Theodore. Elberts, Algona, j sited Sunday with their Mrs. Ralph Fandel. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrell visited Sunday at Waterloo with their son Willis. The Martin Meyers, Garner, were Sunday guests at Erwin Strueck- er's. Mary Gappa visited week at Des Moines. —. preached unday morning at the Burt Methodist church on repeal of the 18th amendment. The Rev. J. E. Clifton poke on the same subject in the •ood Hope church. Smith Families Have Picnic— The C. C. and K. J. Smiths met he R. c. Smiths, Jefferson, ait Humboldt Sunday for a picnic dinner, and Mary Ann Smith, who had ieen visiting at Jefferson, came icnie with her parents. ?o Attend 0. E. S. Convention— 'Dr. R. H. Thompson and Mrs. Ray Dremmel will take part in a district O. E. S. meeting at Mason City this week Thursday evening A number of other members plan to attend. Boy Scouts in" Camp— Supt. Donald Weir, Condit Bowie, and S. J. Fardal accompanied the Boy Scouts to Iowa Lake Monday for a week camping. There 20 in the party. »t,enty-yeaf steel." They, say such quality Is not nooessary; the public does not .expect it; and that the public does not knew the difference anyway. But I know the difference. • _ —— ~:— t "T^ car a man sees is not the car he drives he drives^! car which the engineer sees. The car 'which is seen. drives tne oar ^^ ^ attractive accessories,—all >est evidence that we think so is that they all found on the Ford V-8. But these are not the car. all the rest, is the type of engine and its reliability; the structure of chassis and body, ruggedly durable; the long thought and experiment given to safety factors; the steady development of comfort, convenience and economy. These make the car. A car can be built that will last two or three years. But we have never-bum one. We want the basic material of our car to be as dependable the day it is discarded as the day it is bought. Ford cars built 15 years ago are still on the road. It costs more to build a durable car—but two items we do not skimp are cost and conscience. A great many things could "get by"—the public would But we would know. that I endorse without any hesitancy. I know what is in it. I trust our whole thirty years' reputation with it. It is even better than our previous V-8. It is larger, more rugged and mechanically a better job all round. I readily say this in an advertisement because I know the car will back it up. never know the difference. The new Ford V-8 is a car ^t*wy GHtyvt were recently vacated 'by the J. T. Heaneys. The C. H. Schraeders bought the house vacated by the Trainers, and will move immediately. Mattie Warner and Eva Whitney attended a ball game at Manson Friday, and then went on to Cedar Falls, where they spent the week end. Anna Overgaard accompan led them to her home at Cedar Falls. Margaret Rash is working at the Hans Koestler home. Helen Schwietert, who was there, helping care for Mrs. Ed Moyer, who has been ill, has come home. Mrs. Moyer is now much better. Selina Clifton, employed at Mason City, spent from last Thursday till Sunday at her aunt Mrs. Annie Hawcott's. Mr. and Mrs. W. E Hawcott, Algona, also spent Sunday here. Mrs. Etoer Kienitz, iLakota, and her son Donald* came last Thursday to visit the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Allen, and her sister, Mrs. Clifford Holding. The Missionary society met Saturday at Mrs. C. S. Coffin's, Mrs. G. Goddens Out of Quarantine— The D. L. Godden home was released from quarantine Friday. Le- , „, ,„,,. ^. ola had a light case of scarlet fe-1 c - Allen 'assisting. Mrs. A. V. Volentine reported a district convention at Estherville Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Vogel ver. School Closes With Picnic— n T, 1 ? 6 fs ° h001 tau eht by Eula Mae Friday Other Bnrt News. Mr and Mrs. H. L. Sauerman and her little son returned to their home at Mitchell, S D., Monday after several weeks here. Mr Sauerman came after them Saturday Mrs. Sauerman is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Staehle. The H. W. Trainers moved Monday to the 0. P. McDonald house, Ban- Lake - 'Rjiy- mond Vogel, Mildred and'cornelia Kollasch, and Tom Oogley croft, picnicked at Tattle' Sunday. , The K. J. Smith house is .being treated to a coat of , paint. The Smiths recently bought the house, and have made many improvements. F E. Rubey and J. T. Heaney attended a bankers convention at Emmetsburg Monday. The ibank was Closed during their absence. The W. J. Lockwoods went WE BO (Kill OWN 1ENS DR. F. E. SAWYER, O Pt . Algona, Iowa friends last SEE THE CITY FROM THE SKY- scrapers.—Beaufort Hotel, 112 3rd St. So., opposite Federal bldg Minneapolis; 75c, $1, {1.50 a day' Parking next door. 24p37 WOOL \ Last year we advised our fanner friends not to sell wool on account of prices being abnormally^ low And this year we advise the reverse. The time to sell is when it is wanted. ° seu If you wait for the highest top price you may be sorry Cash m your wool now, while the price is high Joe Greenberg Phone 118 Renwick Friday to attend a high school pageant and picnic and visit relatives, returning Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schrader returned Saturday from Minneapolis, where they had spent several weeks with relatives. Avery Fitch and John Hartl hiked to Iowa Lake Friday. They returned Saturday, having caught their limit of fish Charlotte Warrior and Alice Eighme left Monday for their homes at Blookton and Shannon City respectively. (Margaret Morness was a Sunday dinner guest at the J. G. Thaves home, it was Virginia Thaves' birthday. Tom Trenary and Howard Sigsbee returned Saturday from Roth- ester, where they went through the clinic. 'Dorothy McDonald and Zelpha Rae Pratt spent Friday night at the Elmer Nelson home in Fort Dodge. The U and I circle meets Friday at Mrs. A. G. Volentine's; Mrs. G. E. Brace, assisting hostess. | Lura Sewick returned! after completing her year'i| work at Harris. The E. E. Kearns familjrj over Sunday at G. B, Jok Fenton. The J. W. Elliots visited! at the son's at Buffalo Centj iE. E. Paine was a bu, tor at Mankato Monday, Typewriter AT THE ADVASCEl FURNISH BE FOR * ^-'Am.l^I.On PRirrc RI PRICES RI! have just returned from one \ ne most succesful buying trip* we have ever made struction we feel that we ^ comparing suites while they were actually § A big shipment of the suites™ "h* positlo « to choose the best buys for our si i of this week. 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