Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1933 · Page 5
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HMMDC1SMBB1114, 1933. K08SUTH COUNTY ADVANCB. ALQONA. IOWA DIAMONDS . The Ideal Christmas Gift The everlasting beauty of a fine diamond brings a lifetime of pleasure to its owner. A hundred years n f use does not dim its beauty. At Wehler's you will gi e the famous line of "Virgin" diamonds, set in I'Grariat" hand made 18-k. mountings, both in white »nd yellow gold, ranging in price from $20 to $100. wedding rings to match, either diamond set or .plain. in selecting your diamond he re you ihave the satisfaction of knowing that back of your purchase is the euarantee and reputation of Kossuth's oldest and leading Jewelry store.. Fred Wehler Co. Phone 240. FINE WATCH & JEVVELUY REPAIRING Algonian Helps Organize Business Associati PAGE COMMUNITY CLUB FORMED AT LEDYARD Ledyard, Dec. 12—A community club was formed at a meeting at the schoolhouse last Thursday which was attended by 36 local men. Following a 6:30 dinner served in the gymnasium 1>y the high school music students, the meeting was adjourned to the auditorium. A board of six was elected: Alvin Carpenter, George Dunn, and Tice Brack for two years, and William Flynn, o. A. Carpenter, and Wil- on Muhleman Reviews Troop of 32 Boy Scouts at Swea City Swea City, Dec. 12 — The Rev. G. R. McDowell was formally installed as scoutmaster and Armand Schuler as assistant at a meeting last week Monday evening. Dr. W. G. Muhleman, Methodist district superintendent, and a ranking officer in Boy Scout work, inspected the troop. Doctor Muhleman is known as Badawa in scoutdom, the title •having been conferred on him 'by Dan Beard, the nationally known scout leader and bpys' writer. Thirty-two boys here stood inspection. The Rev. Mr. Siemens, who has liam Garry for one year. T. Clmschilles, president of the H. A1- sona club, was the speaker of the evening. The next meeting is January 8. Pupils on Honor Roll— Those who made the honor roll in junior high and the grades are: 8th grade: Beulah Looft, [Ruth Estle, Bernard Anderson, Alvira Halvorson, Arlowe Blome, and Geneva Gelhaus; 7th grade: iLurena Lloyd, lona Wentworth; 6th grade: 'Edna been local scoutmaster five will continue the work till The Raging Mississippi The recent Mississippi flood was the most devas- [ating in history. Thousands are homeless, millions (dollars of damage to the countryside, cities have ;one down before the surging waters, never to appear 1 sin—WHY? levees. This unprecedented flood could not be foreseen i time to build additional levees and they could not ebuilded after the flood was upon the country. This great disaster can be well likened to life in- ance—WHY? A life insurance policy is the strong- t levee that you can build around your dependents; mt like levees, life insurance must be secured before he need arises. You have foreseen the need of a life fcnsurance levee—keep it reinforced with the prompt [payment of premiums. The payment of premium reinforces YOUR dependents' levee of protection CEDAR RAPIDS LIFE INS, GO, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. L. H. GILCHRIST, Gen. Agent. Mason City, Iowa. We have openings for representatives. X- Hardware Gifts for MOTHER DAD SISTER i and BROTHER We are again stocked with a complete assortment of useful gifts for all the family. Casseroles Percolators Pyrex Ware Aluminum Ware Electric Clocks Vacuum Cleaners Clectric Toasters Electric Irons Washing Machines Food Choppers Cream Whips Boasters • Kerosene Shears Scissors Pocket Knifes Safety Eazors Rifles Shotguns Air Rifles Flash lights Coleman (Lamps Coleman Lanterns Sleds Skiis Parlor Lamps and hundreds of other items at prices that are within reach of all. NELSON HARDWARE vance M a Xnw Dontje, Elmer Engelbarts, Lawrence (Flynn, Duane Thompson, Kathleen >Reece; 5th grade: Vernon Dorsey, Jean Gabel, Paul Garry, Donald Looft, De Vere Smith; 4th grade: Jean Estle, Marjorie Gabel, Melbourne Haag, Jack Reece; 3rd grade: Arden Anderson, Maxine Welfare; 2nd grade: Patty Olson, Betty Link, Frances Yahnke, Velda Estle and Beverly Wiese. Eight Join Methodist Clmrch— The following people were baptized in the Methodist church Sunday morning: Marjorie, Gordon, John, and Patricia Matzener, Wesley Schultz, Ruth Estle, and Mrs. years, January 1, after which the Rev. Mr. McDowell will carry on. P. T. A. Program is Given— A December P. T. A. meeting Monday evening in the H. S. auditorium was well attended, and the following program was given: band concert; business meeting; duet, Mae Peterson, Arlotte Skromme; exercise by fourth grade; What the Community Expects of the Teacher, Arthur Holcomb; What the Teacher Expects of the Home, Lola Wylam; vocal solo, the Rev. Mr. McDowell; health talk, Dr. C. W. Lundquist; singing, male quartet. Victor Leland haa purchased new equipment, the heating apparatus has been improved, and everything is ready to go. The Tilton-Guthrie Players, who have been playing here every Saturday evening for some time, gave their concluding play Saturday evening. Druggist H. T. Winter Retires— _ 'Druggist H. T. Winter has sold , his store to a Mr. Griffith, Mason] 3ity, who will take charge some- ;ime this week. The Griffith family will live in the Anna Berg louse. Mr. Winter, who has been n the drug business here 15 years, is quitting because of poor health. Christmas Decpratios Are Up — The street intersection at the bank corner, has been decorated with cross strings of electric lights. There are sprigs of evergreen on the electroliers, and evergreen ropes will be put up later. The business men have been asked to put lighted trees in their windows. Methodist Aid Clears $200— The Methodist Aid held its an- Right Eye Lost by Whittemore Farmer Whittemore, Dec. 12 — George Streit returned Saturday from Port Dodge, where he had been since early last week and had his right eye removed. The operation was performed last week Wednesday. Mr. Streit picked 2,000 bushels of corn on his farm this fall, and while he was picking the last day he ran a corn stalk into the eye. TYPEWRITER CARBON AT THE ADVANCE New and Used Cars Financed If your present are too high we payment* will refinance your car for you. Prompt and courteous treatment. H. N. KHUSE INSURANCE AGENCY Telephone 125, Algona, Iowa Judc Hill Loses Mother— Jude Hill has Kirkhoveif, Minn., returned where he Blanche Jenks. ed the church: The following join- Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Schultz and sons Armin and Wesley, Marjorie Matzener, Ruth Estle, Mrs. August 'Sprank, and Mrs. Ace Warner. Lyla Hamm became a member by the preparatory method, and R. K. Canary transferred his membership from the Haifa Press byterian church. [Town Peclain Contest — I 'Beulah Looft, Glen -Dyer, and Ruth Estle spoke at a junior high, declamatory contest at Swea City last week Wednesday night, competing with contestants from Lakota, Grant, and Swea City. The same evening Geneva Gelhaus and Harold Moore went to Grant. At he 'Swea City contest Swea City •on three firsts, thus winning the up. At Grant Ledyard won two rsts and had to take fourth in or- torical as there was no contest- nt. However, Ledyard won the up there. ine Broadcast at Algona— The following took part in Ihe anta Olaus day broadcast over md speakers at Algona last Thursay: Kenneth Thompson, Alvira [alvorson, Henrietta O'Kee?e, Alice laage, Tilmer Halvorson, James ogan, Lois Wilson, Luetta Gel- aus, Doris Welfare, and Lillian anders. The program was pub- shed in last week's Advance. called by news of the death of his mother, Mrs .W. iP. Hill, who, with her family, formerly lived a mile north of Swea City. She died November 21, and besides Jude and iher husband, left two daughters, Mrs. Chris Jenson, with whom she had been living, and Mrs. Margaret Nisham, Minneapolis. She was 63. W. C. T. U. Has Christinas Party— The Swea City W. C. T. U. held a Christmas party at William McAninch's last week Tuesday. This in an anual affair. Members and friends take gifts suitable for girls or babies under a year, and they are sent to the Benedict home at Des Moines. Many beautiful gifts were sent this year. A program was given, .and lunch was served. Theater to Reopen Saturday— The Iowa theater will reopen December 16 for moving pictures nual bazaar Saturday, and more than $200 was realized from the sale and public dinner and supper. Guild Has Guest Day— The Baptist Guild had a guest from I day Friday, and a program, includ- was ng a Christmas pageant, was given m o li Defore a large audience. Oth<»r Swea. City. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Larson had word one day last week that their son Merlin, Ames student, was sick with appendicitis. They prepared to go down, but did not go when word came later that he was improving and an operation would not be necessary. The Samuel Warburtons tained the Gus Torines, of Diamonds of quality. $22.50, $25, $30 $45, $75, $100 np Men's Rings Cameo, Tiger Eye, and many others to choose from— $7.50 Up enter- Armstrong, and the James Warburtons and Mrs. N. 'E. Noble, Lakota, Sunday. Mrs. Holm is having her .store building cleaned and repaired. Her son-in-law, Arthur Benson, -Brainerd, Minn., is doing the work. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Young entertained at cards last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. Kenneth Thomson is visiting her pare.nts at Mason City. Other Ledvard News. Practice for the play, "Just What lie Doctor Ordered," to be given by he orchestra started last week, 'he play is a three-act comedy with 4 characters. V. A. Barrett is the oach. Mrs. James Hilferty entertained Irs. Fred (Darnell, Mrs. (L. A. Junk- rmeier, and Mrs. August Hagedom at a quilting party Friday. Mrs. J. C. Underkofler, Britt, ;pent Friday here. Her daughter fuanita went home with her for the veek-end. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Graham, Boxholm, and Mary visited Alice Dun- lam at the D. B. Mayer home Sun- 'orrner Mary Adams Mother— Mr. and Mrs. Otto .Richter, who ve near Elmore, are parents of a on born December 3. Mrs. Richter /as formerly Mary Adams. id Supper Clears $75— The Methodist Aid's annual chick- n supper and bazaar held last eek Wednesday was very success- ul, clearing $75. SCHOOL YOUTH, BURT, TWISTS BONE IN LEG Burt, Dec. 12—Wallace (Hawcott, 11 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Hawcott, broke his leg Tuesday afternoon while playing on the school grounds. The school hell rang, and when he turned to run to the school house it is thought that he caught his foot in a shallow hole in the ground. His leg was twisted so badly that the large bone below the knee suffered a spiral fracture. He was taken to Algona for an x-ray examination, after which the bone was set. Three Schools Present Plays— Three one-act plays were presented at the Beltbne theater Friday evening. A farce entitled "Rats," was presented by the Lone (Rock high school. Fenton gave a comedy called "Hans Von Smash," and Burt presented a farce, "The Mummy." Several musical specialties were presented between acts. These plays will also he presented at Fenton and Lone Rock. Only a fair crowd attended. Mrs. Floss Reynolds and Mrs. Frank Burger, who also went to the funeral, remained to assist at the Ward home for a few days until Mr. Ward had had a sale. The Roy Ringsdorfs, accompanied by the Gordon Hansens, Titonka, went to Eagle Grove Sunday to visit Mrs. Ringsdorf's and Mrs. Hansen's parents, Mra, and Mrs. Harry Mc•Elroy. Another daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Layton, West Union, were also there. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Carney spent k-end at the home of their Mrs. Harvey Nichtern, P. T. A. Will Meet Tonight- The P, T. A. will meet this evening at the school house. The program will consist of papers, "The Why of Child Behavior," by Charlotte Warrior"; "Characteristic of Adolescence," by Mrs. W. A. Peters; and "Detrimental Effects of Jealousy," by Mrs. Maude Hanna. There will also be two musical numbers. lay. Mrs. Ben Besch, Elmore, is ill vith the flu at the home of her par- Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Welfare mts, lere. The L. W. Wiemers visited at Frank Wiemer's, Spirit Lake, last Thursday evening. Norma Kelly spent Saturday evening and Sunday with friends at ilmore. William Lloyds and Mrs. Lloyd Jorgenson were in Blue Earth Friday. Mrs. J. C. Peterson, of Sanborn, spent last week at her son Cecil's. Ed Reece spent last week Monday and Tuesday in the Twin Cities. L. A. Nitz was in Webster City last week Tuesday on business. Saturday the King's Heralds sold ginger cookies, clearing $5.80. John Drew and Warren Lloyd went to Des Moines Saturday. MRS, LOUISE EVERHARD WHITTEMORE, IS DEAD Whittemore, Dec. 12 — Funeral services for Mrs. Louise Everhard were conducted Saturday at St. Michael's Catholic church by the Rev. Father William Veit, and (her nephews were pallbearers. Mrs. Everhard's maiden name was Louise Mosbach, and ehe was born in Livingston county, 111, September 19,1871, and lived there till 1892, when she came to Whittemore. October 15, 1901, she was married to Alphonsius Everhard. Six children were born: Mrs.'Margaret Zinnel, Whittemore; Leo, Anderson, Ind.;Edward. Emmetsburg; Fred, Fort Wayne, Tad.: Mrs. Julia Hentges, Mrs. Ella Hentges, Burt. Mrs. Everhard also left four brothers: Edw., John, Peter, and Fred, all of Whittemore, 9&*™ sisters, Margaret Mosbacb, Whitte- Se, and Mrs. Joseph Foley, of Minot, N. D, Her husha»d died re ago, and since then al1 " with 3»ra Woman's Club Held Monday— The Woman's club met Monday evening with Mrs. W. T. Peters; Alice Eighme, assistant hostess. The program consisted of a paper on The History of Clocks, by Lulu Hawcott; a talk by Miss Warner on The Clock-Makers of Spillville; and a vocal solo, by Anna Overgaard. Jlehekahs Elect Officers— The following officers were elected for the coming term at the Rebekah lodge meeting last Thursday evening: Mrs. C. B. Chipman, Noble grand; Edna Staley, vice grand; Mrs. G. E, Brace, secretary; Esther 31son, treasurer; and Mrs. John Hemmings was elected trustee. Fiye Given Work by C. W. A.— •Five more Burt men were put to work under the C. W. A. Monday morning. These men will do county work and had to report to Supervisor Morris at Lone Rock. The following were given work: F. 0, Stow, Jas. Ollom, Mike Baer, L. E Riebhoff, and Herman Neitzel, Masons Elect New Officers— The following officers were elected at the Masonic lodge meeting Jast Thursday evening: Merle Richards, W, M.; A. M. Gustafson, W.; H. V. Jones, J. W-; " H, C. Thompson, secretary; and Smith, treasurer. Fortnightly Club Entertains Men— The Fortnightly club gave a party at the Legion hall last week Tuesday evening, and the husbands of the members were guests. Varl ous games were played. Algona Woman Suffers Stroke- Mrs. C. W. Patterson was calle( to Algona Monday morning'by the illness of her mother, Mrs. Eva Gardner, who had suffered a sligh stroke. . Other Burt Jfews. Mr. and Mra. G. C. Giddinga ana son William, Mrs. 'Belle (Reynolds and Hiram Ward returned las week Tuesday from Wessingtoj Springs, B. D; where they Ifce funeraj of Mrf. Bill Folds See our line of Meeker leather goods. Bill folds'in sets and ladies' hand bags. Silverware Many patterns to choose from, plated and Sterling Rogers 1847, Community, as low as $9.95 near Graettinger. Ralph Carney spent the week-end at the home of his brother Robert in Algona. The Rev. J. E. Clifton, of Arm- ;rong, attended the meeting of Cossuth lodge No. 540 A. F. & A. . last Thursday evening. He called i Burt friends in the afternoon. The Woman's Home Missionary ociety will meet Saturday after- oon with Mrs. L. E. Roetman. Mrs. H. Steven will be assistant host- ss. The Junior and Senior classes eld a party Saturday evening in he Legion hall. The affair was in onor of Elizabeth Rash's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Merriam and amily, Corwith, visited Sunday at he L. H. Steven home. Mr. Steven s a nephew of the Merriams. Katherine Manus, who teaches ear Lu Verne, spent the week-end home, and assisted at the post- ffice Saturday. Mrs. Lillian Sheldon and her lother, Mrs. Rachel Lowe, were tanday dinner guests at the E. H. taley home. Alice Eighme judged a Junior High declamatory contest at Grant Consolidated school last Wednesday vening. The C. L. Holdings and W. ' W. Boettchers were Sunday dinner uests at the J. N. Holding home. Selina Clifton, who is working at Buffalo Center for a few weeks, spent the week-end at Ihome. The L. H. Stevens spent last Friday night at the home of Mrs. Sfcev- m's brother in Mason City. Lester Schwietert, Hampton, pent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Bertha Schwietert. Edward Weiske and Henry Mun:on, Livermore, were Sunday visi- ors at Mankato. The Portland Farm Bureau held ts annual banquet at Presbyterian hurch Tuesday. The Birthday Circle met last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. ames Ollom. Irene Turk, Clarion, and a friend «nent the week-end at the M. M. Chipman home. The Sewing Circle met last Thursday afternoon with Mre. Lewis Larsen. Mrs. W. J. Lockwood was confined to her bed most of last .week with the flu. The E. H. Pannkuks visited Sun* day at the Sievert Pannkuk home n Titonka. Mrs. C. >B. Mitchell spent Monday at the home of her son at Buffalo lenter, The Queen Esther Circle met Monday evening at Vera Chipman's. Clocks Telechron Electric Many other models. $3.95 to $40.00 Every man and woman is flattered by a gift of fine jewelry, and you can find no higher quality jewelry than our splendid selection. Our wide price range permits an appropriate selection for every one. 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