Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1933 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 23, 1933
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PAOETEN INDEPENDENTS DEFEAT BOONE HEREJUNDAY An undefeated Bo'one profession- Teacl » el "s Hnre Monthly Party— al team mat its Waterloo, 20-7, on The public school fnchfr* V,"'' the Athletic park gridiron Sunday monthly party last Thursday eren- •aiternoon at the hands of the Al- ing. A 6:30 dinntt- v.a- ., n gona Independents in a game which ! the Backus apartment, where three lurmshed plenty of thrills for one members of the committee, Leona of the biggest fan crowds of year. the Algona scored first, but failed to gain the extra point after the touchdown. Then Boone scored, .„ „.,. _„ Mica l; - J1 .,, < . alter a sensational 60-yd. run, and chrysanthemums. Places ...^ made the point. In the second half identified by photographs of guests Krampe, Hattie Wilson, and Margaret Hullerman, mako their hc.ne. A night club motif was followed in the decorations, the guests seated a>t small tables centered with were Algona scored twice to cinch the game. Algona kicked off .to Boone on the 36-yd. line. •Boone lost five on the first play, then made four, and punted to Mercer on the 28-yd. line. instead of names, and Japanese lanterns provided light. iFollowing dinner the guests were taken to the home of Coach Kenneth Mercer, where the rest of Skinner home. The sewing party took place last Thursday. Woman's Club Meets Tomorrow— The Woman's club meats at 3 o'clock at the city library tomor- my afternoon for another in the series of Iowa programs. .Roll call will be answered with the names of Indian characters. Mrs. H. V. Hull will speak on Indians in Iowa, and an added feature* will be songs by •Elizabeth Spies, Graettinger. Benefit Bridge is Planned— The O. E. S. will hold a benefit bridge party at the Masonic Tern- the evening was at __ ., v -~ .--..—•. —.— v.v.kA*>Q iiuu up \fliv t*l, ObltJ* VO White made seven, Mercer added presented by groups of the guests. I G'lf^sts of the faculty were Mr. •and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer, Mr. and 'Mrs. D. H. Goeclers, Lucia Wallace, and M. J. Coate. The committee in charge included, besides the Misses Krampe, Wilson, and Hullerman, A. C. Lukensmeyer, Lillian Granzow, Bertha Godfrey, Mrs. Mercer, and The Independents will play Ida Grove at Athletic park hero next Sunday afternoon at 2:30 The Algronn line-up will include Mercer, White, jVordstrom, K«cd, Shepimrd, and others on the regular team. Ida Grove, which has won eight games straight, is expected to furnish Algona's strongest competition this season. two, and White made five for first down, adding a yard on the next Mrs. John G. McDowell. W. C. T. U. Has Guest flight— More than 50 persons attended the annual guest night of the local W. C. T. U. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Smith, at the east edge of Algona, last week Tuesday even, play. A pass, Mercer to Reed, was i ing. A covered-dish supper was incomplete, and Algona punted to followed by a program consisting the 16-yd. line. Battle is Give and Take. Boone failed to gain in two of a cornet solo by Ruth Malueg; reports of a state convention at Marion by Mrs. A. W. Irwin associ- . v j-ifcii^v* itu fettlll ill LWU J. VT i * plays, and punted, Mercer return- i f e Na ,f r f ne P astor here, and Mrs. ing to midfield. A pass. Mercer to Jan e Clark; and a solo by Mrs. M. __ pass, Mercer to Oatrum, was incomplete, but White made five. Mercer was held at the line, and Algona punted outside on I the 20-yd. line. Boone failed to gain on the first play, on the next lost six yards on a fumble, and panted to i.he Boone 40-yd. line. White lost a yard, and a pass 'Was incomplete. Mercer made three, then punted over the goal, the ball going to Boone on the 20- yd. stripe. Boone made 13 on the first play, then made five in two plays. The first quarter now ended. On the next play Boone made four, and punted. The punt was A. SJostrand, who was accompanied by Mrs. Sylvia Gunn. Mr. and Mrs. Will Weisbrod, Fenton, who are members of the local union, lie tomorrow afternoon, . W. G. MoCullough's committee in charge. The same evening there will be a dance at the Temple for the young people, with Eddie's Celebrities furnishing the music. Endcavorers Honor Pastor— The (Presbyterian Christian Endeavor was entertained at Ruth Turner's Saturday evening in honor of the Rev. and Mrs. C. Paul Carlson. The evening was spent at games, and refreshments were served. Thirty-five members and guests attended. B n 01 RMAKERS MEET AT WHITTEMORE Whittemore, Nov. 21—Section six of the Iowa Creamery Co-Operatlvo association met at Whittemore Thursday with 50 present, Including- President V. K. Johiison, of Estlior- vl!Ie. William Helg-ason, of Walilng- foi-d vice-president, and R. A. Bart- ktt, Whittemore, secretary. In a butter scoring contest: Algo.- im was first with 93.GG; Whittemore 93.50; Hurt, 93..25. Judges were C. H. Meier, of Ames, and R. 0. Weaver and Karl Wester, of Algona. R. O. Storvlck, manager of the Iowa State Brand Creameries, of Mason City, gnve a short talk on quality butter and the general butter situation. Prof. A. W. Hudnlok, Iowa. State ^college, gave a talk O n proposed dairy legislation. In the afternoon wives were en- Lonalned at a br-oge patty by Mrs. Bj.rtlett and Mrs. Oranzow, Algona won high score, and Mrs. o. J. Kloock. Garner, low. in the evening both the butter-makers and their wives were entertained by Mi. and Mrs. R. A. Bartlett. Radio Sewing Party Planned— The Legion Auxiliary will be entertained at a radio sewing party at Mrs. H. L. Gilmore's tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Members are asked to take material for white and colored carpet rags. Other Society. Mrs. Paul Trauger entertained at five tables of bridge Tuesday evening. Mrs. George L. 'Free won the were among persons in attendance. I high score, Mrs. Carl Wester, sec- blocked, and Algona received ball on the 4€-yd. line. Both Teams Score. the WhLte made four, and 'Lichter ' three, added two. Mercer made and an offsides penalty Boone made Aigona's first __ the 33-yd. line. White made three, Lichter crashed for eight and first, down, and Mercer made five. White' made seven and itwo. White was Wedding 1 Dance is Given— Mr. and Mrs. Cecil T. Bjustrom entertained 100 friends at a wedding dance at the Misbach hall Friday evening. Eddie's Celebrities, Algona orchestra, played. Mrs. Bjustrom, who was Grace Evelyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arch B. Walker, was married two weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Bjustrom are living with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bjustrom, near Whittemore. Nearly 50 friends surprised them there with a ehari- | vari last week Monday night. Doan Aid Honors Members— Mrs. J. D. Andrews was honored by the Doan Methodist Aid at a meeting last Thursday at the ., ""*• th « occasi ° n her 69th for no £riin M , rS " Al ^ rews ls the Doan oldest member, one of the members. The Aid presented a S lft - Algonians attending were four. Mercer took^baH^ovwfor l the - Mesdamis Sallie Kranz '~ Neal the first score? hirtthpi» v for is™th, G. C. Barton, and William Socked Ze'score wls nowTl!i? ehnert - Mr*. May Harris, Sexton, gona 6, Boone 0 ; former member of the society, also . Algona kicked off to the 25-yd. aTOmaed line, and Boone made a yard on the Thanksgiving- Party Scheduled— T1 T*cfr nla^* Vm+ n-n *-'V. ~ _,-.,..i 4.1 i til The local Masonic and O. E. S. lodges will combine for a Thanksgiving party at the Masonic Temple next week Tuesday evening. The TJ™,, D *i, 4- , L*. ,',, Program will include numbers by «™ *i™= «J? 0l f the A a V h . e Masonic orchestra and quartet, j with 10-minute talks by the Rev. j Mr. Hoerner, the -Rev. Mr. Carlson, and Supt. O. B. Laing. Mrs. A. E. Michel will sing, and a play directed by Mrs. D. D. iPaxson will be presented by Alice Rist and John first play, but on the npxit the ball j carrier tore loose and galloped from the Boone 26-yd. line to the Algona 15-yd. line, where he was run down by Mercer, after a 40-yd. chase. ~ over i: point. This made the s"core°Boone 7, Algona 6. The half ended a few minutes later, with neither team threatening to score again in that period. ; Alfrona Scores Again. Algona kicked off to the iBoone 28-yd. line. Boone lost eight on the first play, and punted to Mercer, who returned to midfield. White made six, Mercer added three, and Lichter made first down with two more. White was held for no gain, and a pass was incomplete. Another pass attempt lost three yards, and Algona punted out on the 20- yd. line. 'Boone was unable to gain, so Momyer. Refreshments will be served. Marjorie Jean Dewcl 4; Party— ond, and the following women won table prizes: Mrs. N. V. Lowe, Mrs. Lyle Mathes, Betty Backus, Hazel ipotter, and Mrs. Ray McCorkle. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. John Thorngren, Emmetsbarg, and Ellen Goode, Lacona. The Young Married people's club 1 had a free .private dance at the I. O. O. F. hall last Thursday evening, and more than 60 couples took part. A lunch of Jello, cake, and; coffee was served. Peter Waldren is the president of the group; P. A. iDanson, secretary-treasurer. The 1 club has a dance every two weeks. Members must be married. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hawcott entertained at 6:30 dinner Tuesday evening, the guests seated at four small tables centered with chrysanthemums. Mrs. H. V. Hull and Floyd Saunders won the high scores, and 'Mrs. Saunders the travel' 'prize; Mrs. W. E. Hawcott and Mrs. W. P. French entertained at a 6:3ff dinner Monday evening at the Hawcott home. Bridge was played at four tables, Mrs. H. M. Patter and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan winning the- high scores. The Past Matrons club of the O'.. E. S. meets at 2:30 p. m. next Tuesday at the Masonic hall. The afternoon will be spent at practicing work to be presented at a later special meeting. Chapter B. W. of the P. <E. O. Sisterhood met Tuesday with Mrs. J-. T. Chrischilles. .Plans for a rummage sale at the Kent garage Saturday, December 2, have beere formed. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan entertained at 6:30 dinner Sunday evening. Contract bridge was played at two tables, Mrs, G. W. Stillman and Walter Lorenz winning PROGRAM TONIGHT AT UNION SCHOOL NO, S There will be a basket social and program tonight at 8:15 at the No. 5 schoolhouse in Union township, four miles north and 1% miles west of Algona. Lunch will be sold and four articles will be given away. Mary Gisch is teacher, and .the program follows: Music, special girls' trip; Baby's Thanksgiving, Patricia Mittag; A Chip from the Old Block, Ralph Taylor r I'll Never >Be a President, Cecil Will; Aunt Jane's Accident, several pupils; special song; Borrowed Babies, several pupils; Such Nice Relations, Benita Reid. Boys' special song; A Reason for Thanks, Letty Sarchett; A Happy Tomiboy, Ruth Gisch; There Comes the Train, pupils; House Cleanin' Time, Betty Sarchett; boys' trio, song-," Tom's Thanksgiving, Ralph Taylor; Thanksgiving Turkey Virginia Mittagr when 'Father Was a Boy, Charles Mittag; girls' trio, song; Mjw's Thanksgiving Strate- y, pupiTs; special song; Dinah's COURT (Continued from page 1.) one Matt Hentges, who had given a bad $2.50 check drawn on a Whittemore bank to Sidney Wallburg, who runs a gas station and lunch room at the Nos. 18-169 intersection north of Algona. The constable says he made several attempts to find Hentges, and finally,, brought him into court', where, after a hearing, Justice Winkel imposed a sentence of 25 days in Jail. This was High School Loses 13 to 0 to Hampton in Saturday Game Hampton defeated Algona, 13-0, in the final, home football game this season at Athletic park Saturday afternoon .before a small crowd bf fans. Hampton scored early in the opening quarter and again late in the third period. Hampton, kicked off to the Algona 29-yd. line, and Algona made seven yards, then lost 15 on a fumble and punted out on the 41-yd. line. Hampton made 11, passed for Reason, William Sarchett. Kohl, Howard EX-ALGONIAN'S SISTER PASSESJT RUTHVEN Mrs. Oscar Cedarholnt, 62, iRuth- ven, sister of Mrs. August Strom, Algona, died' Thursday, November », following- some years of invalid- snr with heart disease, and was buried" last week Sunday. Mrs. Cedarnorm was born at De ' 1 ' but came to Whittemore Marjorie Jean Dewel celebrated j the high scores, her fourth birthday with a party) Mr s. F. E. Kent entertained her Saturday afternoon. The afternoon' bridge club last week Wednesday, was spent at games, followed by ;Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles refreshments. Guests were Lois '• high score at bridge at hood. With- her mother and a sister she moved to Ruthven 30 years ago, and' in 19T4' was married there. Alfred Matson, Armstrong, formerly Algona, was Mrs. Cedarholm's brother, and Mrs. J. D. Graham-,, rrear Burt,. another sister. There are- three other sisters; Mrs. C. R. Keepers, Eugene, Ore.; Mrs. J. W: Dearchs, Denver, formerly Algorra-;- and DVTrs-. J. F, Morris, of Roth-say;. Mrar.. Mrs. Dearchs came for the funeral,, and! M'r; Matson, Mrs. Graham, and Mrs. Strom also attended. Barnard, Rosanne Reding, Virginia Lou Scanlan, Joan (Pletch, Charlene and Ruth Anne Clement, Roger won the three tables. Mrs. M. J. Streit was a guest of the club. Mrs. William Dehnert, Mrs. Con- Didriksen, Joan Lyons, Diane Falk- rad Herman, and Mary Duryea will punted to Mercer "in rnidffeTd" arid enhainer, Donald French, Ardith entertain the Namoi Circle at Mrs. he returned to the Boone 32-yd.: Kresensky, and Ann Stillman. |Dehnert's toniorrow afternoon. line, nearly getting away for a ,-. i, r -^ ^n, • i Election of officers will take place. touchdown. White made seven : Fnrewc11 for Mr8.__Skinner_ _ A special O. E. S. past matrons Mercer added two, and Lichter i Mrs - Anton Didriksen entertained •made three more for first down. | ei sht friends of her mother, Mrs. White then made nine, and Mer- lE - J - Skinner, at sewing. Mrs. 'Skin- meeting will be held a week from tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at the Masonic Temple. An initiation will cer made first down by "inches ner leaves nex * Sunday for Fort ( be presented by past matrons. White fumbled for no gain, and Dp(i S e - where she will spend the) The Congregational Woman's Mercer made three. On >the next wmter with her daughter Kate.; Bible class meets .with Mrs. H. E. play White went over the goal and They nave taken an apartment in ! Morgan this afternoon. Mrs. C. C. Ostrum drop-kicked the extra the Biltwe11 building. Mr. and Mrs. Wright and Mrs. George. Peck will point. The score was now Algona R< s - Blossom have rented .the be assisting hostesses. 13, Boone 7. I , _ _ ^ - . - *»»«%•! .1. j.v»»*if uvsu AHMUW j. J-f •• fji»aa\s\t, j.u* last November and December, and 13 mo re, and made first down on the constable filed a claim for 180 lh e 4-yd, line in four plays. Oh the miles ait 7c, plus fees, a total of $14.35. Board Turns Bills Down. In a similar case on a $2.50 check given to Wallburg last October on a Spencer bank the constable found his man and early last January brought him before Justice H. B. White, who had succeeded Winkel. This offender was Valoris Abel, and Justice White sentenced him to seven days in Jail. The con- sltable filed a claim for $14.19, including 197 miles at 7c. In each case a bill of costs was filed with the board of supervisors and disallowed. The fees of the lustices were then assigned to the constable, who sues for the whole "in his own name. N Branson Seeks Partition. G. A. Brunson, Des Moines, and his niece, Zada Brunson, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. X IBrunson, Jointly Own a 240-acre farm in Irvington township on which Clayton Sills live. Some years ago Miss .Brunson mortgaged her half interest to the Kossutft County State bank for $6500, and the receivership still holds the mortgage. Mr. Brunson, who is represented by his son, Allen A. Brunson, Mason City lawyer, has brought suit for partition and asks sale of the farm, with division of the proceeds. The Kossuth County Agricultural association, better known as the county fair association, has brought suit against George and Dora Dale for an injunction commanding the removal of a fence which in part obstructs a private highway owned by the association. Damages in the sum of $100 are sought. Plaintiff's attorneys are Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan. Scuffle Starts Lawsuit. Last month, as reported at the time, John Jos. Welp and Jos. Williams, Bancroft, who were attending a dance at the Misbach hall, engaged in a scuffle in the lobby at the foot of the stairs and tipped over a weighing machine, which broke a plate glass window in the Misbach clothing store and also broke a glass name plate. •It cost Mr. Misbach $86.80 to replace the window. He had ito keep it boarded up 12 days, which damaged him to the extent of $36, estimated. The name plate was $5, and he has brought suit against the boys for a total of $127.80. Mr. Misbach is represented by H. B. White. Car Crash Causes Suit. On August 17 a car owned by one Harry L. Meader was hit at a road intersection by a truck driven by Lester Paulson. The accident occurred near Dayton in 'Webster county. Mr. Meader had a shoulder blade broken and his back wrenched, for which he claims '$300, and his car damage was $75. He is represented by out-of-the-county lawyers. Only one new divorce case has been filed: Augusta Kinney vs. Amos R. Kinney. Mrs. Kinney, who hails from the Burt-Bancroft neighborhood, says that they were married in June, .1925, but that Mr. Kinney deserted her in 1930. next play the visitors plunged tor a touchdown, and the kick was good. Algona .had a chance to score in the second period, after taking the ball 6n the 38-yd. line. Algona made four, failed on the next play and a pass was good for 13 yards. On the next play, the locals netted 20 yards to put the ball on Hampton's 28-yd. line, tout on the following play . Aigona's chance went glimmering, when an Algona passer wag tossed for" a fid'yd. loss, no receiver being able to break loose. Between halves the school band gave . and won a pp i aus6 ton and Algona fa Hampton opened kicking to A, eD0 ; ed to gain and i os t field on downs. 'orced to punt, and later A i gon ™ al| l» first downs in pass was interc the 36-yd. line. 4 Algona pass was same spot. (Hampton then r t 11 Plays, but a for extra point failed REMODELIN SALE and Anniversary Event "Qnlltjr First, Last and All the Time" Now in fall swing and lastil thru Saturday, Dec. 2nd. The Greatest Combination Bargain Event Ever Staged in Algona Details of this Great Event will be found in I double page advertisement mailed and distributed] to every home in this trade territory. Come in and see our newly remodeled store-1 the finest, most beautiful and up-to-date in North-] em Iowa. An Old Store with New Ideas! THE BOSTON STORE Stiff Battling Again. Algona kicked off to the 20-yd. line, and Boone punted after two failures. Mercer made seven, White added four for first down, and Lichter made four as the third quarter ended. White made four to open the final period, and a fumble 'by Lichter was recovered by Boone on the 28-yd. line. Three plays netted only six yards for Boone, which punted .to the 34-yd. linp. Algona then made nine in two plays, and Mercer broke away for COAL ten and first down, but Algona 75c.—Howard Witham, phone lOpll was penalized 15 yards for ping. clip- RANGE FOR SALE— Good as new, small size, polished top.—Call at Advance. gll DUROC BOARS, $12.—iP. M. Christenson & Son, 1% mi. west Lone yd. line. Two passes and a"line i ?- ck ' 12ull •play nettPd only four yards for' PUREBRED WHITE ROOK Boone, and the ball was punted out!. lest for sa] e.—M. J. Kisc on Aigona's 46-yd. line. White ir> s t. | lngton - * five on an attempted end run, Mer-I FOR SALE—DRESSED DUCKS, cer was held for no gain, and Al-! geese, and turkeys.—Mrs. F. S. Thompson. 10plO-ll WANTED — OFFICE WORK AS olerk. Graduate of H. S. and business course.—Call Advance. 13pll POLAND CHINA BOARS IFOR gona punr-d to the 24-yd. line. iBoone -made two, but a pass was incomplete, and a second pass was intercepted by Lichter, who ran to the 26-yd. line. Final Score for Locals. sale. Cholera immune, $12.50 White made a yard, and Lichter I each.—Roy Wiseman, Wesley. added another. On the next play | 12|)10-13 Algona crossed up Boone, when j SPOTTED POLAND BOARS FOR sale. Eligible to registry. Double treated.—M. L. Barton, Lu Verne, White passed to Mercer for 15 yards. Mercer had previously done all .the passing. The same combination was good for a touchdown, and the kick was good, making the score Algona 20, Boone 7. The game ended a few minutes later, after a combination of penalties and losses had put Boone on its own wiia-yard line. The line play of the Algonians was much better than it had been an other games. Blocking on the part of both line and backfield made gains possible. Lee Reed, who played a backfield position, did not carry the ball during the eame, but did some effective blocking and tackling. Iowa. 10plO-12 FOI{ SALE— Hereford Bulls— Keady for service. Mrs. Peter Reding, 3 miles East, 3 miles North of Whittemore. 15p9,ll LOST FRIDAY—MARiLIN 12-gauge pump shotgun. Mile west and ten miles north of Algona: reward.— g-11-12 LOST—A SPARE GOODYEAR~~tire and rim south of Plum Creek station, Sunday. Size 19x500. Wayne Keith, Burt. 18P11 FOR SALE — 'SOME PUREBiRED Hampshire spring boars; also one yearling and a two-year-old.— C. C. Baas, Wes.t Bend. 18pll-13 FOR SALE — 'FULL - 'BLOODED 'Guernsey bull l 1 /^ years old. Heifers for sale.—Chas. Hawk, 3 mi, N. W. Seneca, address, Fenton. 19pll-12 FOR SALE—20 POLAND CHINA boars; Holstein bull calves. Ten miles north, 3% miles east of Swea City.—«. W. Butterfield, Elmore, Minn. 22(2)10-14 A GENTLEMAN, 65, .WITH GOOD home and small income would like to correspond with protestant lady between ages 30 to 45.—Write Box 263, Bancroft. '24plO-ll FOR, RENT— TWO ROOMS, CAN be used as living room and sleeping room if desired with connecting door. Garage. Close to high school. Call Advance 25p8tf Inquire Advance. 18pll-12 FOR SALE—ONE BLACK TEAM, well matched, weight 2800. Ford motor pulley complete. — Vincent Heifner, Titonka. 16pll WANT TO BORROW—$1500 ON first mortgage security on Ai- gona home worth $4500.—Address DUROC JERSEY, POLAND, Berk- Shire, and Yorkshire spring, fall, and yearling boara; also Shropshire rams; Shorthorn bulls and Shetland ponies.—Ben iStuder, Wesley. 22ull-13 TRY 100 LBS. HAMILTON MASH- maker added to 400-500 Ibs. of more eggs. Cod liver oil, worm cap- your ground oats and corn and get sules, Hampshire boars.—Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. 30utf CAM HERE! MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS Fine all-wool worsted hand tailored suits. Big assortment of the latest styles and patterns, AT POUR LOW PRICES $1450 $17.50 $19.75 Sizes 34 to 50. Models to fit every man. Every suit worth at least 25 per cent n\ore today. Other extra fine suits. $Z2.50 MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S OVERCOATS Pine quality all-wool, hand tailored overcoats, in all new styles and staple models. Plain blues or new colors/at lowest prices— ' $9.95 $13.45 $14.95 $17.50 Sizes to fit every man. OTHEB FINE COATS Af fO $1500 MEN'S TOFCOATS AT LAST SPRING'S PRICES The Boston Store Headquarter! BARGAINS

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