Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1933 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 12, 1933
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PAGE TWELVE DEFEATED 19-0 BY ESTHEflVILLE \ To .the intense., chagrin' Of Algona fans, the •Estherville high . school football team gave the Algona tfigh'ech 661". squad a 19-0 'beating Saturday afternoon. _,;.'.:Estlierville scored in the first,' . ^second, and third periods, and Algona: made, only-.three downs. '"• lEstherville made consistent gains through a series of wide off-tackle • runs and line plays. The heavier Do Not Send the Transient Needy to the School Nurse The Independents go to Austin, Minn., for a game next Sunday. Only home football game this week-end: St. Cecelia's Academy vs. Corpus , Christi, Fort Dodo-". Athletic park, next Sunday, 2:80 p. m. Bstherville line outfought the Al- gonians and Opened wide holes to let the ball-carriers through. Algona was out-weighed some 20 pounds to a man. 'Penalties were frequent. The ball was called .tack three times when an Estherville carrier had taken it across the line for a touchdown, and the play disallowed because of infractions of rules. f Algona's pass attack was working in good shape, but ineffective blocking on the part of the local team and effective tackling by Estherville held Algona gains down. At times, however, the Algona line • outscrapped their heavier opponents, forcing Estherville to pass. A 30-yard toss 'by Estherville was responsible for the second score. Another was made on a wide end run. ' It took three plays, however, for Estherville to punch the ball over from the one-yard marker for the first score. ' Though the locals failed to win, the Algona high., school 56-piece band outclassed and outmarched the Estherville band and won" the applause of the crowd. The Esther. vrlle Daily News says: "During the half the bands of both Algona and Estherville put on marching drills in front of the bleachers. Algona's 65-piece organization gave a series of perfectly executed drills, forming an E. H S. in front of the stands, then a cross with a circle around it, the cross marching one direction, and the circle the opposite." j The band was taken to Esther- yine in cars by Algona business Men and other fans, and it was a good-sized rooting organization for the Algona team. ; Algona has an open date this week, and Coach Kenneth Mercer •is_ spending the entire time drumming the fundamentals of blocking into the team and strengthening weak spots. N"xt week Friday Algona goes to Mason city for one of the toughest games on the schedule. Mason City defeated Estherville a couple of weeks ago, 6-0, in a hard-fought battle. Improvements in the Algona line-up are expected to give the Brickmakers plenty of action -4 CONTRIBUTED -With the coming of cold weather^ the 'problem of transients is becoming burdensome. on<? 8top§> tQ.think that-the school nurse's time must h . ' bet *?° n the schools ° f Humboldt and Algona, and that health conditions among pupils must be the first consideration, also of the ever increasing, demand for clothing to keep local children in school, one must conclude that that alone is job -enough, let alone responsibility for care of transients. Yet the duties of the school nurse are being handicapped daily by charity-seekers who are referred to Miss Bonnstetter because that seems the easiest-way. Iri view of the present attitude of persons seeking aid is it uie wisest plan to have strangers we know nothing about hanging around the school building? ^The nurse appreciates the interest of patrons who send clothing to keep children in school, but she no longer feels that t is wise to refer strangers to her who are merely passing through town. . * Our Red Cross supplies are limited and cannot meet our own county's demands. Our shoe fund is nearly exhausted • wn must now depend on second-had shoes for the* Sdren The^e are also no adult shoes on ban t, and if there were they would nurse ot Prohibition at Fort Dodge, Mr. Pisk is a son of Mr. and Mrs.; W, A. Fisk, iLinn Grove, and is a graduate of Rossie hJgih school. He attended State college,-Ames. Grandma Dickinson Now. 871 Honored at fafciiljr Dinner— i A surprise family birthday par; ty took place Sunday evening at .Senator-and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson's In honor of Grandma Dickinson, who is now 87 years Old. Dinner was served, and eight members of the family attended. A cake bearing the letters "87" and candles was the piece de resistance. Mrs. Dickinson received a number of gifts and flowers. With the birth last week of a new son to the L. Call Dickinsons, Grandma Dickinson now has seven , great grandchildren. There are : 12 j grandchildren! Grandma lives at the Senator's 'lome'when he is home during the •summer, and her daughter, Mrs. I. A Van Ness, Mason City, while 'ie is in Washington. Another son, R. C. Dickinson, lives near Winnebago, Minn. life and has existed more than 30 years. ' Mrs. Smith is a former Renwick banker. Party at the C, 0 Clubhouse- Mrs. D. P. Smith, Mrs, It. G. Ba* ker, and Mrs,.H. R. Cowan enter* tained at 7 o'clock dinner "at the Country club clubhouse Monday evening. A two-course dinner %as served at-two long tables decorated in the Halloween motif. After dinner, bridge was played, Mrs. M. J Pool winning the high. score, Mrs. Walter Lorenz second, and Mrs. E. 1 C. Handier .the cut prize. There' ' were 60 guests. /m \ Shower Honors Mrs, Itoiner— Mrs. John Romer was honored at a post-nuptial miscellaneous show- Hazel Lenore Rickard Weds Gamer Youth- Hazel Lenore, daughter of Mrs. H. j;. Rickard, Algona, and Clifford E. Bingham Johnson, son of Mrs. Clara Carr, Garner, were married Saturday, September 23, at Newton, Justice-Maxon H. Stouder officiating. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. William Wade, Newton, aunt and uncJe of the bride. The bride, who is the daughter of pioneer residents of Kossuth attended the high school at Algona. Later for two years she was telephone operator at the Drake | exchange, Des Moines. Since August 1 she had been head waitress at the Beckworth cafe, Burt. The bridegroom, the eldest son of •Mrs. Carr, attended high school and Junior college at Britt, and was on the football team three years in high school and one year in the college. He made his home with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bingham, Binghani township, Hancock county, till he completed the eighth grade in the Bingham school. Garner has been his home since the first of the year. A wedding dinner was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wade, after which the. couple went-.to Des Moines to visit relatives of the bride, and to Searsboro to visit with relatives of the bridegroom. They returned to Garner early last week. Dodge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hutchinson, of Springfield, Mo., became the bride of Leo L. Jones, also of Port Dodge, at a ceremony performed Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the First Baptist church. The Rev. A. W. Lyon officiated. Miss Roberta Hutchinson, a sister of the bride, and P C Highbarger, of DeSoto, Iowa, attended the couple. The pianist was Miss Helen Jones, of Rinard, a sister, of the groom. "Mrs. Jones wore a costume of mustard green crepe with brown accessories, and carried an arm bouquet of yellow tea roses and baby breath. The bridesmaid's costume was of yellow with brown accessories. "The young couple left immediately on a short wedding trip to : Des Moines. After October 10, they will be at home at 1603 second avenue south. .. Mrs. Jones was before her marriage, employed in the of! fice of Dr. H. W. Scott" _ Room Mothers Named for Local Scll(>o1 Grades— BOWLING ALLEYS TO OPEN MONDAY ing for the winter season. They were not open at all last year, and • local - -• their Mrs. D. D. Moniux, local P. T. A. chairman, has appointed "room mothers" for the grades in the Al- sona schools to help the teachers in P. T. A. membership and .hospitality work. The list follows: Miss Godfrey— Mrs. Dennis Pratt, Mrs. C. H. Beardsley. Miss Portman — Mrs. T. H. Chris- chines, Mrs. H. W. Pletch. Miss Poole — Mrs. Lawrence Kop» — . Miss Arno i d _ Mrs . M . G . Nortoll| (Telephone Employe Here j Married at Fort Dodge- Otto A. Fisk, test-hoard operator at the N. W. BeH telephone offices was married at St. Mark's Episcopal church,'Fort Dodge, last week Wednesday to Naida Riley, of Port Dodge. After a wedding trip to Chicago and to the Ozarks the couple will be at home here. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Ernest W. Stookley in the presence of immediate relatives and a few friends, including Mrs. u F. Lathrop, Algona, at whose home Mr. Fisk-has had rooms since he came to Algona three months Monday. Jesse Schmidt will be manager. Three men have also been hired to set pins in the three alleys. j 'Plans are being laid for a bowl- ! ing league this year and already 22 men have signed up. More are expected as soon as the alleys are opened and play started. The al- i leys and equipment are being re- ' paired for the season. I W. A. Barry estimates that in a game between two men a total of nearly 1,400 pounds are handled by the pin setters. The balls weigh 16 pounds each, and they are handled 20 times a game. This totals 720 pounds, and the pins used in the average game make up the rest of the estimate. Some years ago a pin setter worked in 64 games in one day, and dlPd 86,000 pounds, or more than 4^ tnna T* Jr. t. j , i . %,• hard labor like this fwthe™- 68 - the &ame expensive Miss Durant—Mrs. Lafe Turner, Mrs. John Brown. Miss Granzow—Mrs. D. C. Mahan, Mrs. G. D. .Brundage. Miss Hullerman—Mrs. Bruce Sandburg, Mrs. R. O. BJustrom. Miss Jackson—Mrs. A. Kresensky, Mrs. O. IB. Laing. Miss Peterson—Mrs. A. W. Ainun- son, Mrs. E. R. Morrison. Misses Carson and "Walters—Mrs. L. M. Merritt, Mrs. Bert Deal. 7th Grade—Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer, Mrs. Henry Dearchs. 8th Grade—Mrs. Harry Edwards, Mrs. Lloyd Hudson, Mrs. N. A. Smith. Kloise Hutchinson is Bride-at Port Bodge— • Algonians will be interested to learn of the marriage o£ Eloise now of Port Dodge. The following mention of the wedding is taken from the Port Dodge Messenger: "Miss Eloise Hutchinson, of Port CUT RATE GROCERY Quality Merchandise at Attractive low prices. SPECIALS FOK FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ^ SUGAR, 10 Ibs. 53c Pure lard, 1 pound 4 pounds 29c Butter, 2 Ib. roll 8c Bacon, sliced and rind, 2 lbs._ 6 Ib. box 69c Coffee, fresh ground, pound Region Auxiliary School Held at Swot City— A school of instruction for Kos- nith .Legion Auxiliary officers-elect w'is held last week Tuesday at the Swea City Legion hall, with Mrs. Ida Larson, county president, in charge. All units in the county wore represented. Mrs. .Larson and other members gave a complete plan for the auxiliary projects of the year. A report of the recent state convention at Sioux City was given by Mrs. Larson, wiho was county delegate. A trophy, to be given by the county chairman, will be awarded to the first unit in the county which reaches its membership quota before November 1. All unite are out io win this award. 'Burt will be hostess to the next county meeting (November 7 at 2 p. m, Two Parties Are Given at the C. C. Clubhouse- Mr, and Mrs,, H. V. Hull and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cummings-"enter- tamed at two course 6:30 dinner at the Country club clubhouse last Thursday evening. A black and orange color scheme emphasized the Halloween motif. Bridge was played at five tables, Mrs. P. E. Kent and Mrs. P. E. Saunders winning the high scores. Mrs. W. G. McCullough and Mrs. J. W. Greenburg at one o'clock lunheon at the Country club clubhouse Friday afternoon.- The guests were seated at six tables centered with fall flowers in vases. Mrs. R, H. Miller and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore won the high scores at bridge, and Mrs. J. N. Kenefick received the lucky chair prize. C. C. Social Season Closed— The Country club social season >^lqsed, 1 T,uesdaj' night with a dancing party attended by 116 couples. The Country Club Vagabonds, a 10-piece orchestra from Estherville, provided music. Punch was served during dancing, and a plate supper was served at midnight. The entertaining committee consisted of Messrs, and Mesdames E. C. Handler, M J. Pool, R. O. BJus- trom, M. C. McMahon, and Ben Hynds, and Grace Kouba. METHODIST, C. ; T. MtLSK,.«. tor—it was a source of great encouragement to have the church filled from attar to entrance Sunday f of the Rally day" exercises, A demonstration of the fine work which is being done in the child* ren's department of the Sunday school was given, There were a number of new faces in the group, Now that we are so close, why not all turn out and make the attendance 400 next Sunday. We can if we try. Let's try ... A fellowship party of " — ' shelter ;,.. Ruth Manor! • Harriet Neuroth, and a B..-JO and program., . after. staged. -Refreshments were served.' Mrs. .Romer,. formerly Verna Beck, is a popular waitress at the Al* gona hotel, Woman's Club Meets Tomorrow— ....The Woman's club meets at the- litirary tomorrow 'afternoon at 3 aftd Mrs. D.'D. Monlux are hostess-- es.. .Roll call will be answered with "When I First Came to Iowa." Mrs. C. A. Momyer will G. McCullough's committee will be in charge of the program, 'which wlllib-egin with dues-paying at one o'clock, FIRST LUTHERAN, M. A. SJog. trand, Pa»t«r —/Kindly remember that a public supper will be served today at .Luther hall at a nominal price • of 25c. Let's patronize our women . . . The 'Aid meets tomorrow afternoon at Luther Hall. Hostesses are Mrs. O. D. Brundage and crried1 talisman a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. eo dore RUey, Rockwell City, and is a graduate of the Rockwell City high school and of the Fort Podge business college. She has been employed several years in the Bureau in Pioneer Days. C E. Officers Are Officers of vor elected at a. are: Allan Herbert Potter, vice president; Theodora Larson, secretary-treasurer; and the following committee chairmen: Joyce Christensen, social; Helen Sterling, membership; Betty Gunn, program. Festival is Big.Success— St. Cecelia's fall festival at the Academy last week Tuesday and Wednesday was the usual big success. The..attendance, it was estimated,:\was. larger than ev^.. ,„. and the proceeds mounted to or thereabouts. Shower for Recent Bride- Mrs. Nita Isaacson gave a miscellaneous shower Monday evening for Mrs. Roy Pickens, married recently. Eight nurses at the hospital attended. They played cards, and waffles were served. have a .large turnout . . Choir re( hearsal tomorrow evening, 7:30. | The Junior Mission Band meets entertain. and Bible class next . at 10 a 1 , m. Morning worship at 11. The Northwestern Mission district will meet at Algona and Bancroft October 23-24. The bazaar and church supper held Wednesday, November 1, at 'Luther hall. CONGREGATIONAL, J. Robt. Hoerner, Pastor — Next Sunday; church school at 10 a. m. Morning 11; sermon topic, ..;,worship _. ..--. — „. Dickinson will bring the message, and at the close of his address a forum will be held »n _which questions may be asked J expressed. Everyone invited to attend R. N. A. Benefit Party Today— The.R. N. A. will give a benefit card party at the Woodman hall this afternoon. Both bridge and "500" will be played. Other Society. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST, EL der K. L. Gant, District Pastor—A ' '" hour with the Bible and music be broadcast every Sunday af- 6 to 6:30 p. m., for six —. over station KSOO, Sioux i Palls, which operates on 1100 kilo-' cycles. Every Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock a Bible study and music *?* 8E *VlCR 'Suits and Get them Cleaned, f>re*«ed and for Winter Wearin How About Your Bring them in now for needed^ Dr y Clean. PHONE 687 U| PUBLKfsAlJ At the Riddle Sale Pavilion in Algona, eas't of . ' tracks SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, AT 1:30 O'C "l^ars^j-ssj-j.**. be offered. Bring what you have and be on what you are looking for. n Gray team, 9 and 10 years old, wt. 2770 • old, wt. 1600; set of almost ne w brltchin *, pad harness, two sets of new leather fly mate ||J toil le baby beef • • South Bend range, circulating heater kitchen cabinet, Atwater-Kent radio battery corner table,-and .other articles. TPP'M^ plete . W ^"Ma-Cash, . No property removed until settled for. nn,J C. O. Riddle, Audio Phone 7». neer noon _.. ._.„., dames Louise Hyde, Olara Anderson,, Julia Brace,-andi'Henry.TJaden entertaining. Ella Thompson gave a resume of a trip to the world's fair. The Baptist Loyal S. S. class meets today with Mrs. Florence Purst, Mesdames Anna Bowman, Nellie Cook, and Mary Williams assisting. Roll call will be answered with current events . lived here a few years, entertained the Humboldt birthday club at a one o'clock luncheon at the Wm. K. Ferguson home Monday. A three- course luncheon was followed by an informal afternoon of sewing. This organization consists of women prominent in Humboldt civic ST. Louis a . after Trinity: 10 a. m. Visitation 0 p. m. by the Rt. I n*v. Harry S. Longley, D. D., Davenport. Come with your friends. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN, Ray. mond Kresensky, Supply Pastor- Next Sunday: Sunday school at 10- morning worship, 11. ' NAZARENE, A. W. and Hazel Jr. win, Pastori—Next Sunday: Bible school, 9:45; a class for everyone," and a teacher for every class. Others like our Sunday school; you will, too. Come and let us study God's word and learn the way of life. Morning worship «t 11; theme, The Plan of Qod. Evening service, 7:30; theme,'The Way to Heaven. Prayer meeting |iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiimni iiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^ ! TRINITY LUTHERAN, P. J. Bra- nor, Pastor—Next Sunday: Sunday school and Bible class (all in Bhg- ™™ 10 a< m>: German service, 10:30. English service at 8 p m the Rev. H. R. Wrede, Garner, in the pulpit. Sunday school teachers meet tomorrow evening. Con- f'rmntion instruction Saturday, 10 a. m. Get Your Car Rea< for Cold Weather Grind valves Motor check J Check timing Clean carburet! Heaters Alcohol Prestone Winter oils and greases Denatured Alcohol 60c a gallon in USED CARS '32 V-8 Ford Tudor 31 Ford Coupe '29 Ford Roadster —TERMS- KENT MOTOR CO, I'liuue 4«4 AUTHORIZED —Salm YOU Laundry Soap, 10 bars 21c l| Busiest Little Store in Town j| gain days, 13 outstanding bargains. This is your last chance to buy one of- our attractive fast color house dresses for 98c. The regular price, of these pretty new frocks is $1.29, but for two days you may choose them in all AA sizes from 14 to 46 at ____ _______________ %)oC Tailorette curtains— the latest style— 3-inch hems, made of marquisette, peach, gold, or orchid, with white embroidered design — or ivory color with green, blue, or rose colored design. Special, pair _______________ T^'^iSta. 11 ^ * e N ™ D "l ^d we ducard Kiayuieldth Sale. Here', a bigger and better one. Summer Sausage, pound 15c Jell Powder, 2 plfgs. Turkish towels, here's a real buy in view of the recent cotton advance. Colored stripe borders. Sizes 18x36 and 20x40. Your choice while they last. No more at * OT _ this low price I 3(p Special -lot of high-grade Bradley sweaters wool slip-over styles, »weaier^ desirable colors, sizes 6 to 14 standard product, 25c ^^.^o^^f^ to 14-for these two special days only ___ Puritas Sanitary napkins—a known for its excellence. For two days, 2 packages for $1.65 $2.45 size and style a ra ' special " - ''^^^^"•'••••'•'••••••^(•(•^^•••••••••III^M i—Lucky Specials— standwi. Children's union suits-^broken lots of sta makes—just the thing for these cold winter: ngs-.-high neck,,long sleeves, ankle * length, original price to |3.00 __ Women's flannelette gowns—soft heavily outing, full cOt, roomy garments, all sizes to 46 colored —__,_^ WHITE, 85c 70x80 single' sheet blankets-fine fluffy cotton- neece—firmly woven—beautiful colors, *•• block plaids, special for 3 days „„..,— Full bleached outing flannel, 30 in. wide, a soft, firm, absorbant cloth at » 4 M~ low price J „,.,. I if C 72x90 cotton batt, full 3 Ibs., stitched and pure white full bleached. M w Oct< """HHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIII,,),,,,,,,,, 13 and

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