Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1933 · Page 3
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CQUNTt AtoyANCB, ALOONA, tOWA llCall ^^^^^_i0g^m^m^ ADVANCE i as long as pres- ck losts, but re- will be much SCHOOL ROLL IS EVER Grade Pupils at Swea City Present Operetta Friday ent wholesale. A lone, full cut, $1.25 iristmas. lits and rercoats prices till Christ- Lakota, Nov. 14—The public schools here now have the largest number of pupils enrolled in the town's history, 120 in the grades and 57 in high school. Last week being education week, parents and others visited the schools. The 9th graders have had a spelling contest for four weeks, closing Friday with a score of 16 for one side and 27 for the winners. Miss Carsen, teacher, took the first and second graders to the creamery last week, closing Friday with a score of 16 for one aide and 27 for the winners. Miss Carsen, teacher, took the first and second graders to the creamery last week Wednesday to •see the process of butter-making and packing, as demonstrated by (Nick. Behrends and his assistant, Clyde' Thaves. A Junior declamatory contest will be held December 6. There are 22 entrants, and the preliminaries will be held before Thanksgiving. The girls have organized a basketball team for the first time in the high school's history, and will play a few times this year. Earl Grabau is school superintendent, and 'Richard Hamquist is assistant, and they will coach plays, basketball, etc. Acorn Club Has Program— The Acorn club met with Mrs. J. 'H. Warburton last week Tuesday, and roll call was answered with favorite poems. The program 'was sketches of six immortals and how they grew into little books. Mrs. Murray read a paper on (Robinson Crusoe, Cinderella, and Great Heart; Mrs. Edith Schroeder one on Robin Hood, King Arthur, and Lemuel Gulliver; Mrs. Vera Williams read a recipe for an ' ideal woman's club written by a past president of the Maine federation of woman's clubs. Ledyard Farm Bureau Meets— The Ledyard township Farm Bureau met at 'Roland Smith's Friday evening, 4'5 present, and the following program was given: accordion music, Elmer Weise; talk, the Rev. F. O. Johnson, on agricultural problems; song by township quartette; talk, County Agent Morrison, on corn-hog plan; two duets, the Rev. and Mrs. Johnson. Frank Lewis resigned as president, and J. H. Holcomb was elected. Seniors Prepare for Play—The senior play, The Arrival of Kitty, will toe presented at the local school auditorium November 23, and the following are in the cast: William iLey, ILu Ella Klocke, Dorothy Clemans, Melvin Schroeder, Charles Peterson, Lyle Patterson, Beverly Tamen, Durward Trenary. Father, Past 90, is Stricken- Mrs. A. Q. Smith received word one day last week that her father, Mr. Christensen, 90, who lives with Swea City, Nov. 14—Grade pupils gave the operetta, One Midsummer Day, Friday evening in the high •school auditorium. Betty. Thomson and Kathryn Anderson took the leading parts. There were poppies, daisies, nasturtjums, primroses, asters, violets, pinks, overall boys, sunbonnet babes, fairies, brownies, 'sunbeams and rain drops. There was a full house and the operetta was exceptionally well given. Frances Dahl, music instructor, was director. Inflation is Debated— Supt. Parsons' economics class held a debate in the high school Friday on the question of inflation. D. W. Fults, June Larson, Roy Bravender, and Lucille Anderson spoke against inflation, and Elvin Swanson, Edith Dahl, Jane Carlson, and Alpha Simmons for inflation. The question was, Resolved we shall not have inflation. The class voted 8-7 in favor of the affirmative Hunter Shot in Shoulder- Pheasant hunting was the popular sport Friday and Saturday Some report their limit while many report the pheasants scarce. Many were here from Des Moines and other cities. One man, a stranger here, was shot in the shoulder, ane was first taken to Dr. Lundquist who was away, and then taken to Doctor Devine at Bancroft. Mrs. her ;aar. Friday Mrs. McNeil entertained one division at her home, and Mrs. McDowell and Merie Ja- :obs one. at the parsonage, barter also entertained at home. Visitor's Car is Burned- Sunday afternoon the fire whis- ;le was .sounded when it was found that the inside of a car (belonging to a man from South Dakota was ACED FENTON MAN DIES OF LONG ILLNESS •Fenton, Nov. 14—August Simbill, 75, died at his home Friday, following a sickness of many months. He was born in Germany, but in 1881 came to America with his parents, settling in Texas. In 1-883 he was married to Maria Markorzies, and ^ive children were born, two o£ on lire. The car was parked east j whom are dead. After the death of Thursday at the Rev. J. T; Snyders. Estherville, Swea City, Armstrong, Graettinger and Dolliver were represented. at $1.95, $2.50 and i yet—BUT get busy word to the -wise" Stage Show Attracts Crowds— The Tilton Guthrie Players presented Lena Rivers to a full house Saturday evening. Two shows were given and the. house was full for each show. The Swea City stores presented guest tickets to customers, which with lOc admitted the holder. Aid Prepare for Bazaar— The divisions of the Methodist Aid are working towards the. ba- i of court. of the opera house. Because of the high wind the fire call was alarming. Bed Cross Cnnvass Made— The Red Cross drive under direction of Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson was held Monday. The town was canvassed by high school girls. Other Swea City. Mrs. Charles Edwards and daughter IIo, with the 'Rev. Mr. Siemens, drove to Cherokee to visit Mr. Edwards, who has been sick there since having a stroke some time ago. Mr. Edwards is improving. A dance was given in the opera' house last Thursday under direction of the Woodman Opera House company. The attendance was small. A Buffalo Center orchestra furnished the music. The Joe Goffs last week moved to the Olson house in town. Mr. Goff returned to Des Moines, and will later ibe assigned to a bank as receiver. The T. F. Mitchells entertained four tables of bridge at their home Tuesday evening . Mrs. Ira Hemitt won high score. Mrs. Charles Edwards sold the personal property belonging to her husband at auction at the Edwards home Saturday. Mrs. Harold Boba and Mrs. Bertha Burt will represent this vicinity as Jurors in the November term LOTH1NGCO. isket ocery I's Finest Food Store isties, Corn pkgs. ___. 21c [Flour, 49 Ibs. Made $1.78 another daughter in South kota,' had suffered a stroke was in a critical condition. Christensen is known here. Da- and Mr. PROGRAM HELD AT WESLEY FOR ARMISTICE DAY Wesley, Nov. 14—Mrs. K. iR. Rowley, 'wife of the school superintendent and Americanization chairman of the local Legion Auxiliary, conducted a program in the high school assembly room Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. A dozen visitors attended, and the entire high school was present. This was in observance of both education week and Armistice day. The program began with the Star Spangled Banner. Mrs. Leo Bleich gave a reading in honor of Wesley high school boys who lost their lives in the world war; Mrs. K. R. Rowley read an appropriate poem and also sang The Story of Old Glory; Supt. Rowley continued the program with a talk on the duty of Americans to carry on, and complete the work begun by "the Speaks at Old Home- Mrs. J. .H. Warburton went to Mrs. Pearl Potter's, west of Algona,' last Thursday to be a guest of the Four Corners Mothers & Daughters club. Mrs. Warburton was .born and lived in that vicinity till she was 14. v boys." sung. One verse of America was relatives from last week Tuesday to.Thursday. Mrs. IR. also looked after her farm interests. Emma Studer accompanied them as far as Mason City and returned on the bus the same night. Guests of the (Raymond Hansens during the hunting season were members of the Leonard Dahlin family, Burlington, who came Friday, and Roy Madson and his family, Des Moines, who came only for Saturday. Mr. Dahlin is Mrs. Hansen's brother. Bible Study will be held at the Methodist church at 7:30 this week Tuesday evening. Church services will be held Here Sunday mornings at 10, and at Sexton at 11:15. Sunday school will -follow church, services here and precede them at Sexton. Mr. and M"rs, Frank Wellik were entertained at John Ormsby's Sunday. The Wilbur (Fishers visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hauck, Britt. ThQ Rev. Win. Baxter, Webster City, visited his niece, Mrs. John Ormsby, last week Monday. • There was a fine turnout at Methodist Sunday sphool Sunday morning. The attendance equalled the enrollment, something which had not occurred before in a long his wife, Mr. Simbill moved to Chicago, but in 1922 he came to Fenton. He is survived toy his two sons Oscar, Chicago, and Anton, California, also by a daughter Elizabeth, Chicago. Funeral services were held at 2 o'clock Monday at St. John's Lutheran church, the Rev. R. W. Kabelitz in charge, and burial was made in the' cemetery north of Fenton. P. T. A. Meeting .Draws Crowd— A large crowd attended a P. T. A. meeting in the high school auditorium last week Tuesday evening. The program was: Mixed chorus from the fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth grades; two papers, one by Mrs. O. H. Graham, What the Home Expects of the Teacher, the other by Mrs. E .A.-Weisbrod, What the Teacher Expects of the Home; the Rev. J. T. Snyder gave a short talk on his visit to the 'Century of Progress. Mrs. Donald Weir, of Burt, gave two short readings. After a brief -business session refreshments were served in the basement. Auxiliary Wins Picture— Mrs. W. R. Wolfe, Mrs. E. C. Fauerby, and Mrs. F. C. McWhor- •ter attended a county Legion Auxiliary unit meeting at Burt last Thursday afternoon. Fenton was presented with a framed patriotic picture as a reward for "Over the Top" yi a recent membership drive. Fenton placed third in the state and second in the county. The next county unit meeting of the Auxiliary will be held February 6. Bridge Party is Given- Coon Dinner is Served— Guy Beemer and Bill Trenary brought home a coon from their Mississippi hunting trip, and the Herbert Trenarys entertained at a coon dinner a week ago Sunday. » Lakota Wins from leland— Lakota and Leland played basketball, on the local floor one evening last week, .and Lakota won 27•5. The boys show good form for so early in the season. Woman's Birthday is Observed— Last Thursday was Mrs. Anna unnemark's ,birthday, and in the fternoon neighbors called unex- ectedly, bringing refreshments. In he evening, the Ole Flom, Lester arson, and Herman Ostercamp amilies came, also unexpectedly, he evening was ocupied in parlor ames, music, . and visiting, and unch brought by the guests was erved. eans or libs. ____ No. 1 qual- \ pkg. »_„_„ Shrimp, 4 (• 4* juality, can—:. I wit : Baking 1 Ib. can _^- [sh Pumpkin, Ml 25c 25c IOC »> T ABCH JUICES JE FRUIT ?PLE jilk Dates, No. 2 cans 19c ESC Soap, \ bars ___ 100-936 PRIZES ke naming contest. sk us for details. nut Coffee, a 'lipment, Ib. THROW IT AWAY Idgment may save you !• We are equipped tp [anything in our line, HTZBAUER IN SHOP »g Heatiug podge, Pfcone 8,3 Couple Past 90 Sick- Mr, and Mrs, William Weise were both sick last week, but are improved. ' Both are past 90. Other Lakota News. Victor Thaves took his brother Leland to Elba, Minn., last week Wednesday to re-enter a reforestation camp. Iceland had spent a. few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Thaves. He expects to go to a camp in Arkansas sometime this month. Mesdames Peter Bruer, Harvey Johnson, Wade Ball, and R. B. Hamquist attended an Auxiliary meeting at Buffalo Center last week Tuesday evening, the occasion being installation of officers. One division of the Library Aid .served dinner at the library last Thursday.noon and made fll. A number of strangers were here Friday and Saturday for the pheasant shooting. Virgil,Smith and Wilbur Hassebrock hitch-hiked home from the University of Dubuque Friday for the pheasant 'hunting and the 'Lakota-Leland basketball game. Mrs. Dora Leisveld, Mason -City, and 'her daughter Ramona were at Wade Ball's last week Sunday. Mrs Leisbeld teaches in the Mason City school. Mr. and Mrs. Brown, Cedar Rapids, visited the H. H. Murrays during the hunting season. Mr. Brown is a former school superintendent here. Mrs. C. R. Smith's sister, Mrs Kent, Cedar. (Rapids, is visiting here. Her son and his family brought her up last week Tuesday The E. R. Worleys entertainee Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball and Mr and Mrs. Pete Bruer at a pheasan dinner Sunday. : ' Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith, For Dodge, were week-end visitors a the W. B. Ley and Mrs. C. R, Smith homes. . P. It. Koppen has been suffera! •from poisoning in his right haw and arm contracted while shellin, com. Eileen Christ helped Mrs. W. B Gutknecht while the latter was re covering from a gall-bladder al tack. mrl Grabaw's father, of I4m Springs, was a, guest of the Gra baus a short time last week. M,isj MilLer, local teaser, spen the week-end, with relatives at Ne~ Irene Newel was .hostess at three tabels of bridge Saturday evening. M. E. Otterness won the men's high prize, [Frances Bailey the woman's, (Paul Eigler the consolation, and Allene Hostetter a guest prize. Others present were Elsie Kohlwes, A. H. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoe- 'ber, Mr. and 'Mrs. 'F. P. Newel, and Wilfred Stoeber. Entertained at Emmetsburp— Mesdames Kate Newel, Chris Ruske, W. J. Weisbrod, J. F. Newel, W. E. Stoefoer, Charles Newel, F. P. Newel, F. J. Weisbrod, Carrie Voight, Samuel Warner, and W. R. Wolfe were entertained at a quilting bee at the F. E. Weisbrod home in Emmetsburg last Thursday. New Fire Marshal Named— The town council met a week ago Monday night. F. J. Weisbrod resigned as fire marshal and H. J. Reeder was appointed to take his place. _An inspection tour was ordered in the business district for defective hazards. Other Fenton Mesdames F. H. Eigler, R. C. Goetsch, F. P. Newel, and F. J. Weisbrod were hostesses at seven tables of bridge last week Tuesday afternoon at the former's home. Mrs. C. tt. Geronsin -won high score prize, Mrs. S. W. Meyer the second high and Mrs. Everett Dreyer received the consolation prize. Refreshments were served after the games. Edith Laage, teacher, Cedar Rapids, and Karl Schwartz, Coe college, accompanied Frank Kreczi, son LeRoy, and Lynn Crozier, also Cedar Rapids, to Fenton Friday. The three last named came for the pheasant hunting and were guests at C. F. C. Laage's. Mrs. Charles Newel entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Henry Schulte won the trazel prize; Mrs. IF. P. Newel, low. Frances Bailey, teacher at Britt, and Elvira Krause, teacher at Garner, spent the week-end at their parental homes. Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod was hostess to the Hook and Needle club last weke Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. O. H. Schmidt, of Bancroft, was an out-of-town guest. Mrs. R- C Goetsch and Mrs. E. A. Weisbro<5 were other guests. Mrs. G. W. Newel was hostess to six friends last Thursday. The afternoon was spent in sewing. Present were Mesdames S. E. Straley S. W. Meyer, James Mueller, F. H Bohn, O. H. Graham, and George Boeetcher. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reimers entertained Wilfred Reimers, a Mr Applequist, Glenn Osborn, Mr. an( Mrs. Harold Butcher, and Signs Henderson, all of Des Moines, an< •Beulah Larson, Burt, last week-end Mrs.,C. J. Shauger, Waterloo, an< Mrs. T. C. Sherman, Bode, were guests last week Tuesday at, thei sister Mrs. Nels Wilberg's. They came to attend the funeral of their brother, Hans Jensen. • (Louise Hawcott, of Burt, visite< from Monday till Wednesday of las week at S. E. Straley's. Mrs. Nels Wilberg entertainee the Seneca Lutheran Aid societ; last Thursday. ~l% oir rAin.w SHARES 1% ON INSTALLMENT SHARES You can start a building and loan account any time wttfc amount. ' . Interest paid on savings twice each year. TJIE ALOONA BUILDING ft LOAN AggOCIATIOH Inc. 1917 AUTHORIZED CAPITAL STOCK, »1,000,000.«» 7 North Dodge St. It pays to look well wear clothes that fit. •nd Let us take your measure for a WINTER SUIT made You are sure to get the right material, a correct fit, and at the right price. ELK Cleaners & Tailors PHONE 880 time. There was a ance at Sexton also. good attend- astor Preaches Sermon Series— The Rev. I. C. MoNulty, Metho- ist pastor, is giving a series of unday evening sermons on -Funda- lentals of Salvation as taught by le Methodist Episcopal church, he first sermon, Sunday evening, /as on The Trinity. The subject of he next, next week Sunday even- ng, will be, The Son of Man. ollege Professor to Preach— Professor Ryerson, of the Bible nstitute, Minneapolis, will preach t the Congregational church next unday morning and will be accom- anied by a quartet of young men ho will sing. It is expected that le group will fill appointments at he Upper Flat and Britt in the fternoon and evening. School Program Planned— The high school will give a pro- ram at the Kleinpeter hall Tues- .ay, November 21, for the benefit f the, activities fund. It will con- ist of two one-act comedies and musical numbers by the glee clubs and the orchestra. Hub Studies Negro .Poetry— The Study club met with Mrs. Amesbury last Thursday; subject, One Type of (Poetry, and Mrs. Ammon Lease, leader, chose Negro poetry. Each member answered roll-call by giving a quotation from a favorite poem. Union Services for Thanksgiving— Union Thanksgiving services will be held at the Methodist church Thanksgiving morning, with the Jev. Mr. Bernsten, of the Congre- ;ational church, as speaker. Son for tlie J, P. Studers— A son was born to Mr. and Mrs Julius P, Studer last week Wednesday morning. Mrs. Helen Johnson :s nurse. Aid Plans 25c Supper— The Methodist Aid will serve 25c supper in the basemen^ this week Saturday evening, beginning at 6:30. < Other Wesley News. Mrs. Curtis Benskin, of Laurel formerly Wesley, has been spend ing ten days with her parents, Mr and Mrs, William Hutchinson, and will probably stay another week Mr. Benskin came tor a day; als< Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly, Grm nell, who visited Mrs. Kelly's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Halvor >Flom Sr. Mrs. Kelly was formerly Ag Mrs. Peter Skow, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Paulson, the Ole Floms and Jorgen Skows, and Mrs. Bertha .Skow, Mount Horeb, Wis., were en- ertained at Mrs. Silas,Skow's Sun- ay. Guests of Supt. and Mrs. Rowley riday night and Saturday were rs. .Rowley's brother, Charles obes, and the Messrs,. Irwin Pel- tt and (Paul Milford, with the lat- ir's son Donald, all of Atlantic. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson took le latter's mother, Mrs. Byro, who ad teen visiting there, to Eagle rove Sunday to visit another aughter, Mrs. Andrew Updahl. Mrs. Vernon Benner, Mason City, sited Sunday with her parents, r. and Mrs. E. Goodnow, her sis- er, Mrs. Herman Ostercamp, and ther relatives. The Hutchins Woman's Bible tudy class, of which Mrs. Marion aulson, Wesley, is leader, met at /Irs. Wallace Donovan's Friday. T. B. Sands, Boone, promotion anager for the Curtis Publishing o., Philadelphia, was here Friday. . . . Mrs. Bertha Ritscbmeier, low Fftlls, daughter Edna, a$d a$otb,er daiightejr Marie, -Fort (Podge, visit e4 the Nftthaa 'Studers and otfce Pastors Meet in Fenton— The sub-district conference of Methodist pastors was held last Winter Is Here! We have several grades of coal. The best in their respective fields. Call us for good coals and good service. / All Coal is cash. Bqtsford Lumber Company Home of Peerless Coal. JIM POOL GOLLY- HE LOOK LIKt A MAN WHO AINT GETTIN' OE RIGHT KINO O'COAL-SOMEBUDOV OUOHTER TIP HIIW OFF TO OE CIS HERE IS A PICTCHA OF A EXKIMO AT HOME Phone 256 Iowa (—as good as the best mined in the State of Iowa and Eastern Kentucky Block on track this week CALL US. PHONE 229 F. S. 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