Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1933 · Page 10
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PAGE TEN HIGH SCHOOL DEFEATED BY EMTBURGERS 'Game Walkaway for Visitors Barring .3rd Quarter. The high school football team •played one inspired quarter against Emmetsburg Saturday afternoon, here, but the rest of the game was at the mercy of the (Emmetsburg team, which won, 19-6. • N0\ Sexton Boy Rotter Skates to School A conflict in football schedules of the high school nnd St. Cecelia's academy has resulted in a change of date for the high school game this week-end. The high school will play Clarion on the local field'this afternoon at 3:15, and the academy will play Livennore here tomorrow afternoon at the same hour. The Algonians scored their six points in the third quarter, after a inarch down the field which reminded oldtimers of winning teams Of bygone days. Algona had a chance to score in the opening minutes, but couldn't put the .tall over. A poor kick from behind the goal on the part of Emmetsburg had given the 'ball to Algona on -the visitors' 12-yd. line. Algona made three yards on first play, 'but it was called back and the locals drew a 5-yd. offside penalty. Emmetsburg Scores Twice. A pass was completed, tout it gained only a few inches, and a second pass was incomplete. A third netted nearly ,15 yards, but not enough to make first down, and [Emmetsburg got the ball on downs on her own 6-yd. line. Sexton, la.—Howard Pershing Lowman, 14, never walks home from school. For that matter he-doesn't Walk to school. But Story taken from Sunday Register, and cut lent by Ilegis- ter & Tribune Co. he doesn't travel by horse, bus, motor, bicycle, or any other accepted means either. Howard roller skates — and likes it. Howard is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowman Sr., who live two miles west of here. They named their son, Howard, after Gen. John Joseph iPersh- ing. The pavement on highway 18 is Howard's speedway. He skates to and from school five days a week. Until this year he walked, but with skates he found he could cover the distance to school in 20 minutes, 15 minutes less than walking time. That's the advantage. The disadvantage, he is afraid, lies in" the fact that the concrete highway is harder on roller skates than on shoe leather, for the skates he has been using a little more than a month now soon will require new wheels. Somewhat of a punster is Howard. "Do I ever fall down in my coast along during the day." school work?" he said. "No, I study hard each evening and this makes it easy to sons, sister of the (bridegroom. Mr. .Parsons, who is rf son of Mrs. .Charlotte Parsons, was graduated from the Algona high school in 1921, and he has been employed for many years at the Falkenhainer & Haggard offices. He was attended .by. Victor Samson, brother of the bride.' • . » (Following the ceremony the co- ple lef,t for Des Moines, where they spent the week-end, returning Monday nig'ht. W. T. Presnclls Celebrate 48th Marriage Anniversary— IMr. and Mrs. W. T. Presnell quietly observed their 48th wedding aniyersary Saturday with dinner at their home at which the Re^ A. H. Hueser and his family were guests. There was no other observance. Mr. and Mrs. Presnell were married October 28, 1885, on a farm in Hancock county by the Rev. G. W. Robinson, .one-time Algona Baptist minister, then retired and also living on a farm in the same county. Mrs. ' Presnell's maiden name was Ada Bell Speenliurg. For a time the Presnells lived on a Hancock county farm,' but in 1906, 27 years ago, they moved to Algona. iMr. Presnell formerly traveled for the, John Deere farm implement company, and he still does occasional odd Jobs on Deere machines. There are three children: Adslia, or Mrs. L. E. Landiphear, whose husband is a minister at IRapid City, S. D.; Eva, at home; and Dr. William H. Presnell, Shell Rock. Lirermore Woman Speaks Before Woman's Club- Mrs. Clayton Phillips, Of Livermore, district director of the Iowa Federation of Woman's clubs, spoke on the '^Development of .a Successful Club" at a meeting of the local from the tour classes. A pep meeting is planned, also' other parties and activities. Evelyn Smith is president of the cltib; Misses Messer, sponsor. (Following the program the students will dance on the gymnasium floor. Lu Verne 1 Club Entertained Here- Mrs. Opal Morrison entertaine< the Lu Verne ,Entre Nous 4 bridg< clttfb at the home of her aunt, Mrs V. V. Naudain, last week Wednes day evening. Mrs. Morrison teach es music and dramatics at Lu Verne, and several other iLu Verne teachers are members of the club Irene Geishecker won the high score; Mrs. Jesse Lindebak, low The words "Entre Nous" are Prencl: for ."Between Us." Henry Muhlertbefg will b* *T«a .joweah •»*». Wta *•& •»•* «• hv nitmdora Burbank. ' *n apw« •••» Rotary Party Given at Hotel Tuesday Night— — - •-- - -• • -iiuira jiuraHjur aiifin — Emmetsburg immediately march- Thp ,•„„*„_:„„„ ~, f . . , ,, . I down the field fnr * tm^Hm™ .J he 'Rotarians entertained their Anns at a Halloween party at the Algona hotel Tuesday evening. Songs were sang at intervals during the dinner hour, and following dinner a program was presented. The first number was a tap dance by a group of six girls, and this was followed by a solo tap dance by Helen Frankl. A group of eight high school boys, accompanied by Grace Miller, teacher, then sang three songs, and a humorous play- let, The Athletic Wedding, was given by 12 girls: Arlene and Wilma Kapp, Helen Frankl, Valeria Pickett, Mary Kathryn Hum, (Margaret Malloy, Irene Capesius, Theodora Larson, iRuth McKee, Jane Hemphill, 'Catherine Streit, and Mary Louise Gilmore. The tap dancing was under the direction of Miss Morris and Miss Frankl, and the boys' octette was directed »by Miss Miller. Following the program the tables were cleared away and 'bridge was played. Mr. and 'Mrs. W. H. Cummings won the family prize, J. F. Overmyer the men's, prize, and Mrs. N. C. .Rice the women's prize Mrs Sylvia Gunn won low prize for women and J. L. Boatman, Iowa college extension agent, a guest of the E. R. Morrisons, was low for ed down the field for a touchdown, with gains of 1, 3, 9, 12, 17, and 20 yards. A fumible was recovered by Emmetsburg on the 26-yd. line, and a ipass was good for the score. The iki'ek wafobled to one side, and the score was: Emmetsburg, 6; Algona,. 0. Algona received the kick-off, but the opening play, a pass, was intercepted by Enrmetsburg on the Algona 17-yd. line, and an off-tackle ipl'ay- took the ball ove"r for the visitors' second score. The kick was good, and the score then was: Emmetsburg, 13; Algona, 0. Locals Hold in Second. The quarter had ended J.ust before the scoring play, which' opened the second-quarter. The rest of the second quarter was played in midfield, Algona holding (Emmetsburg but failing to gain consistently. Between halves the high school 'Band paraded, and as usual drew favorable comment from the sidelines. iln the third quarter Algona received the kick-off on the 35-yd. line. Two plays netted six yards, a pass failed, and Algona punted to the Emmetsburg 10-yd. line. Emmetsburg failed to make first down in three attempts, and so punted, Algona returning to the Emmetsburg 29-yd. line- Touchdown for Algona. An Algona off tackle play gained 11 yards. The next play was good for two, a pass was incomplete, and a tackle play netted 10 yards for first down. The following iplay was good for six yards, which took the ball to the one-yard line. A plunge then netted a half yard, but another failed by inches. On the final down, however, the ball was pushed men. The program was in charge of Mrs. H. L. Gilmore, chairman, Mrs. b G --? aker ' Mrs. W. A. Foster, and Mrs. E. C. Hancher. over. The kick was muffed, and the score was: Emmetsfburg, 13; Algona, 6. The third quarter had ended after the kick-off to Emmetsburg. In the final quarter both teams fought hard. Emmetsburg was forced to punt, and Algona received the ball on the 32-yd. .line, but it was lost en downs on the Algona 41-yd. line. Visitors Score Again. Algona intercepted a pass on the 24-yd. line, but after two plays an Algona pass was intercepted by Emmetsburg on the Algona 23-yd. line. Two plays then put the ball over for the final Emmetsburg score. The kick failed and the score was: Emmetstmrg, 19; Algona, 6. Algona received the kick-off, and made 13 yards on a pass. Two other passes failed when the passer was nailed behind the line. This ended the game. Merle Bailey Bride of Clifford N. Aalfs— Merle Bailey and Clifford N. O NE OF OUR BEST SIDELINES is mimeographing. This is the reproduction of typewriting: on pa per or cards. You would be surprised to know how much of thia work ve do. We mimeograph bulletins, .etters. cards, etc., and the cost is much less than printing. Suppose you 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 deeire, and the signature will then appear on every sheet.—Advance. 25tt ^ w"«-t V^tli'tUlU 4^ , Aalfs. were 'married at Britt Friday evening.. The single ring ceremony was performed by the Rev B. M. Southgate in the presence of a few intimate friends. The bride was attended by Audra Benton, Wesley, and Mr. Aalfs by Harold Cowan. Mr. and Mrs. H B White also attended. The bride wore a brown dress with matching accessories. The bride, who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bailey, north of town, was graduated from the Algona high school in 1925. and later from a Minneapolis business college. She has .been employed for several years as stenographer for the Northwest Bancorporation Minneapolis. ' Mr. Aalfs, who is a son of Mr id Mrs. J. J. Aalfs, of Akron, was graduated from the school in 1923 and from the 'state university of Iowa in 1927. He is a member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity. For the last six years he has made his headquarters 'here, while employed as a salesman for Armour & Co. The couple leTt for a short wedding inp to Minneapolis, following which they are at home in the Falkehhainer apartments, Dorothy M. Samson and Victor M. Parsons Married- Dorothy M. Samson and Victor M. Parsons were quietly married at the home of ,the (bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Samson, at one o'clock Saturday afternoon. The double ring ceremony was performed in the presence of immediate relatives by the Rev. A. S. Hueser, and Helen Hueser played "I Love You Truly" on the violin'.. The bride, who was graduated from the Algona high school in 1929, later attended Iowa State college for one year. Since- ttren she has been successively employed! •by Falkenhainer & Haggard, Cunningham & Lacy, and since last March by H. N. Kruse. The .bride wore a wedding: gowre of pansy blue flat crepe and' carried a bouquet of talisman roses She was attended .by Helen Pat- club Friday. Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whittemore, and Margaret Durant gave reports of a district meeting a1 Fort Dodge last week, and music was furnished by a high school girls' double quartet, with solos by Donald Hutchins. Grace Miller, high school music instructor, was in charge of the music. iSeveral new members were ad- - mitted to the club, and a number of others were voted upon. Refreshments were served. Wegrener Birthday is Observed— Henry Wegener reached his 61st birthday anniversary Sunday, and that evening children, .grandchildren, other relatives, and friends gathered at his home to help him celebrate. Dinner was served at 6 to 35 guests, and the rest of the evening was spent at visiting and in varied entertainment. Short .talks of congratulation were given •by some of the guests, and the grandchildren sang "Happy Birthday to You, Grandpa." P. T. A. to Meet Monday— The P. T. A. meets at the high school next Monday evening. The program will include music by the P. T. A. orchestra and a talk by Antoinette Bonnstetter on Duties of the Welfare Committee. Supt. Otto B. Laing will speak on National Educational Week, which will be observed next week. Parents interested fn child study groups are invited to attend. The groups will be organized .at this time. • H. S. Party Tomorrow Night— A'I'gona high school students will have a party in the gymnasium tomorrow evening in charge of the S. ®- 0>. IS. (Spirit of Our School) club, a representative group of students Death of 12-Year-Old Girl Is Mourned at Whittemore City Teachers Hnve Party- Local teachers had a treasure hunt_ party last week .Wednesday overling, the entertaining committee consisting of Supt. Otto B. Laing, (Evelyn Walters, Carrie Durant, Frances Messer, Jean Coon Marie Helen Beard, and D. C. Ward. Dinner at the Shelter House at the Ambrose A. Call state park was followed by attendance 'at the theater. Presbyterian Men Meet— The Presbyterian Men's club met at the F. W. Parks home Monday evening. Mrs. F. S. Geigel was assisting hostess, and the guests, of whom there were 49, included the men's wives. The program consisted of selections by the Algona high school orchestra, a talk by the Rev. C. Paul Carlson, and readings •by Lester Wilson. Kent Anniversary Observed— Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kent were honored at a party at the Algona Courf- try club clubhouse Monday. A 7 : 30 dinner was 'followed by games and dancing. The Halloween spirit was used in the decorations. The occasion was the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Kent. Dorothy Dailey is Hostess— Members of a Preslbyterian Sunday school dass were 'guests at a Halloween .party at Dorothy Dailey's Friday evening. Halloween games were played and were followed" by a lunch. The decorations suited the occasion, and the girls were m costume. Comrtj- Auxiliary to Meet- There will be a meeting of the county iLegion Auxiliary at Burt next ^Tuesday. Mrs. Ida Larson, county chairman, will be in charge and a program will be given. There are eisfit Auxiliary units in Kossuth. Radio Sewing Party CSr«— Mrs. C. A. Joynt, Mrs. W. A BUI y 'ivj.uiii^ii'ftst.i a T' ,• Olendora Burbank. The Delphian society dtscussea George Bernard Shaw *nd hi* works at a meeting at Mrs. Mi J. ,Streit's last week Wednesday. Mrt, A. E. Michel led the discussion and reviewed Mr. Shaw's book. 'VThe Black Girl's Adventure in Her .Search for God." The 'Baptist Aid meets at Mrs. L, .W. Keith's this afternoon at 2:30; assisting hostesses,. Mesdames Frank Cook, Wayne Keith, and Haldeman. Verses of scripture conveying expressions of thanks are to be given in answer to roll call A New Deal girls' bridge club was organized at a meeting at Mrs. C. H. Long's recently.. Members are Gertrude Long, Ruth McKee, Verona Benson, Jane Hemphill, Stella Ward, Valeria Pickett, Charlotte Hilton, and Ida May Halpin. The Presbyterian Light Bearers will meet 'Saturday at 1:30 p. m. at the church; Dorothy and Maxine Dailey, hostesses. Devotionals will be led by Phyllis Brown, and Mary Mesing wi'll conduct the itudy book lesson. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn's daughter Helen entertained 12 girls Tuesday evening at a masked Hal- ' • " - - cson en tertained the Legion 'Auxiliary at a radio sewing party Friday, and fl ' ae ^ for use in a Dom- Cross drive were- made. legion-Auxilfary Card Ptoty— er " tables. L. M. n- - han 'Saturday Cards- were laed' aft seven * Se The Other Society. EresTJyterian Westminster Whittemore, Oct. 31—A heart- Honorary pall bearers were schoo' 'OnlrlTlir avanf V n «n -...^ il.- J__±l- i *- . " •*•*"" «G1C 3UUUU. breaking event here was the death of Anna Louise Roeber, 12, daughter of Mr. -and Mrs. William Roeber, last Thursday night. She' had', complained of sickness a week- ago chums: Helen Hahn, Gertrude Meyer,. Regina Prye, Norma Bell, Helen Ohm, Esther Heldt, Vera Dau Maxine Helmke. Acting pallbearers were six cousins: Walter Bell ""•«"•*•«"» <* necn. agu were six cousins: Walter Bell Saturday, but no alarm was felt at Rudolph Hanover, Alfred Meyer the- time Her condition', grew Alfred ,Bell, Brwin Koehnecke, and worse, and last Thursday an oper- Leonard Meyer ation revealed peritonitis,. The child was born May 14',. 1921, and at 6 entered St. Paul's parochial school in which she was- stilt a pupil when she was taken sick-. Funeral services were held' Sunday at 2 p. m. at St. Paul's Luther^ an church, the Rev. W. H. Disefeer preaching German and 'English, sermons. The school children sang Let Me Go, and the choir sang a German song. Burial was maxfe fri St. Paul's cemetery. The church was .packed to capa- Out of town relatives who attended the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Ertiest Behrends, Pomeroy; >the William Bells, the Ernest, August, Eidwin, and Hugo Gades, of West Bend; the Robert Bells, Algona; the Herman Gades and the Emil Bierstedts. Fenton; the Hugo Faul- stiches, 'Lotts Creek; the Martin Meyers, Garner; the Edward Liebs, Lotts 'Creek, and the Alfred Bruhns family, Cylinder. JBesides the parents, a sister, fc I — *— - —••**! M tJAiqi,&l | Linda, and three brothers, Wilbur, city and many persons had' t» staod. Maynard and Melvin, survive. STATEMENT OF THE IOWA STATE BANK ALGONA, IOWA On Call of the Superintendent of Banking OCTOBER 25th, 1988 RESOURCES CASH OR ITS EQUIVALENT— United States Bonds _______________ State and Municipal Bonds ________ Cash and due from banks First Mortgages on Improved Real Estate Loans to customers _________ Overdrafts ____________________________ Poor Fund Warrants ______________ I™! Banking House and Fixtures ________ "II Stock in Federal Reserve Bank __ _ 41 rnnnn LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus , ~"~ Undivided Profits IIIIIIIIIII"" Reserve for Purchase of Stock in lFederal~De-~~ posit Insurance Corporation Deposits ; • $1,495,177.7» 92,554.64 224,023.93 26.15 14.99 '21,500.00 3,000.00 $1,830,207.50 60,000.00 50,000.00 24,498.83 4,000.00 1,707,7*8.67 A SOUND AND LIQUID BANK Tha Legion Auxiliary meets at the Leftlott hall at 7:30 tomorrow nljht. Mrs. IT* W. Green's division will hat- charvs «f a social hour and progranu Members are requested to turn in completed Red Cross flags. * Beth. Backus entertained her Bridge club last week Wednesday evening. The club, which has no name, meets next Wednesday with Mrs. George iL, Free. The second of three parties wtyl be given next Tuesday evening at St. Cecelia's academy hall. There will 'be a luncheon, cards, and dancing. • The Methodist Aid meets at the church this afternoon for a 1:15 luncheon, Mrs. George Yeoman's division serving.. , ' The O. B. S. Will nieet at the Masonic Temple at 8 p. .m. next . Tuesday. There jWill be initiation . Joe. Frlmml, Wesley, Dies. Wesley, Oct. 31— Joseph Friminl, 32, died at his home north of Wesley early Monday morning. Funeral services were held at St. Joseph's church Tuesday morning. TYPEWRITER CARBON AT THE ADTAJfCE at' , • of interest to 1)10 to °k place ton Woito Morse. Morse, Oeor KC .Boys Mm. Woito h g""llc school Woito, who Mr. and M Verne, i, as be " , in thn too busy Oft yea! This is on advertisement for the Chritehilles & Herbtt store Chrischilles is just too busy installing the new tures at the Chrischilles & Herbst store to write advertisement this week. He has the superinte, to do, which is enough to keep any man busy wta^ crew of six to ten men are handling glass, expensta finished woodwork and whatnot that goes into modern store. He is looking for a breath-hole contest, for he has had plenty of practice as then rors are moved. Herman Hauberg has donned overalls and can't told from the workmen, except that the latter _ moving and Herman tells them when and where! move. The girls haven't finished oh'ing and ah'ing a the new fixtures, nor putting the merchandise on tl(| new electrically lighted shelves and fixtures. Cumyup and see 'em sumtyme. P. S.—The work will be finished today, tho everything will not be in place, but they'll b,.. hunt for it, show you the new gadgets, and give 1 ter than ever service. 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