Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1933 · Page 3
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»T MUSEUM I, HTOHKA Friday, December 22 gift Hunt aiid hiaUptown Orchestra Friday, December 29 jftUSS ItEMMAR AMD HIS BAND contest. All ladies who want - - of v to S**£i contest must enter their names on or before the night ef 29thi (Each ticket carries as many votes as the admission. Votes will be counted at intermission and j then. .-.-eg of the four leading ladies from each town will bo tbe first night, The next dance the three high ones from wn of the ones already posted, and so on till one lady from each town, and theywill run to the end of the con- .hkh ends February 9th. The winner will be named Queen Bland, and will receive a IB-jewel standard make wrist Come to Titonka Coliseum dances, and boost for your lestant. n eft from KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVAKCti, ALGONA. IOWA Three Tied for First in County Tilts PAOB BASKET BALL CONFERENCE FIGHT CLOSE 'Lone Rock, (Dec. 19—With the first half of the North. Kossuth Former Union Township Girl Departs Tuesday for Hawaii Union Twp., Dec. 19 — Mildred Schenck, former Union girl who is in at a state agent in 4-H club worl Minnesota, with headquarters Conference basketball schedule Minneapolis, writes that she plans • you and yours we express the sentiments of the on—in all sincerity. We wish to continue to veyou. . , ,,u, Fred Wehler Co. Fine Jewelry and Diamonds. drawing to a close this week, Fenton, Ledyard, and Lone Rock are grouped at the top, with three victories and one defeat apiece. The Ledyard boys suffered their first conference defeat when they got the short end ot a 31-27 score at Fenton last week. This game was fast and furious from the start, with neither team able to gam a substantial lead at any time. The first half ended with Fenton leading, 15-12. At the start of the second half 'Fenton increased the lead to five points. However, with only a few minutes left to play, Ledyard whittled the lead to a single point. At tihis stage the Fenton boys pulled themselves together to stop the Ledyard rally, and finished the game with a four-tpoint lead. The Lone Eock boys defeated Titonka, 23-14, and this game also was closely fought, a thriller during the first three quarters. Lone Rock was ahead, 9-6, at the half. The third quarter was evenly played, and Lone Rock went into the final quarter with a 14-11 lead. In this quarter Lone (Rock boys outscored Titonka, 9-3, and held a 23-14 lead when the game ended. No other games were played in the conference last week. This week Thursday evening Titonka will play at Bancroft, and the Ledyard boys and girls will play at Lone Rock. With Fenton, Ledyard, and Lone Rock sharing first place, the Ledyard-Lone Rock boys' game takes on considerable importance in conference circles. Conference standings as of Monday follow: Won Lost Pet. Fenton 3 1 .750 Ledyard 3 1 .76C Lone Rock 3 1 .750 Seneca 1 2 .333 Titonka 1 3 .250 Bancroft 0 3 .000 to leave this week Tuesday for Los Angeles, and thence will emJmrk for Hawaii, returning to San'Fran- cisco January 18. ®he will travel with a Mrs. Geer, whose son isj assistant physician on the boat they will take. Christmas day will be spent on the Pacific. Mrs. (ieer and Miss Schenck were Iboth connected with the Northwestern School of Agriculture at Crookdton, Minn., some years ago. [rite- is, r Doctors Examine No. 4 Pupil Dr. M. G. Bourne, Algona, re- ce^tly spent an afternoon at I the Dist. No. 4 school and examined 14 pupils, with most of the mothers present. Meta Gade, >R. N., ofj the Kossuth hospital, assisted Doctor Bourne, who performed a similar service for this school last year. Dr. L. C. Nugent, Algona dentist, spent this week Tuesday forenoon at the school and examined children's teeth. This school been having health examinations the has for several years. Christmas Seal Sale is On— Mrs. A. R. Cruikshank is township' chairman lor the annual Christmas seal sale sponaored by the anti-tuberculosis association. This is the 27th. year that seals have been sold, and this township has been active in the sale for several years. Part of each year's proceeds remains in the township for health work in the schools. Other Union News. W. €. Dewel, Algona editor, will address the Mothers & Daughters club at its next meeting Thursday, January 4, when Mesdames Anna Marlow and Mary Bennett will be hostesses. Vera Chipman and Lucille Sewick, Burt, will furnish music. •Paul, 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. 'Schenck, returned Friday from a week with the Robert Ackerman's, Burt. Mrs. Ackerman taught the Dist. (No. 4 school several years. Most of the schools of the township are preparing Christmas programs to be igiven this week. 'Several schools will have a vacation. SISTER OF ST, JOE WOMAN IS WEDSATURDAY St. Joo, Dec. 19—Nola, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Benge, of Good cheer . . . good health . . . our Christmas wish for you — to ough the year. KIRSCH'S LAUNDRY good spirits extend all Wo extend a cordial welcome to you for the hristmas season—and after. Accept our greetings ' good cheer. We also desire to thank our patrons for their lib- patronage the past year. Dau Garage PHONE 165 Dinner Honors Anpus Birthday — -Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Dittmer entertained Sunday in honor of the 63rd birthday of R. T. Angus. Attending: the H, T. Angus family, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mr. and Mrs N. L. Cotton, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Dittmer, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Angus, Algona, and a son. Mrs. Lillian Thompson Honored — Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson entertained last Thursday in honor of Mrs. Lillie Thompson's birthday anniversary. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Chris Shaser, the Albert Shasers, the P. H, Ortmans, Burt, the Ralph and Walter Thompsons, and Neva Thompson. Fire at Seneca Home — The Mike Kennedy house, north of Seneca, caught fire Friday night, but the blaze was put out after one room had been badly damaged and furniture and clothing ruined. H. S. Girls Serve Luncheon — The Home Economics girls entertained the manual training boys at luncheon last week Wednesday afternoon. The girls are supervised by Mrs. Meryl Milligan. School Out Till January 2— The local schools will he dismissed this week iFriday for a 10- day Christmas holiday. School will be called again Tuesday, January 2. Christmas Carols Are Planned — A group of young people are SANTA GLAUS VISITS BURT KIDSDEC.16 Burt, Dec. 19 — Santa Glaus made his annual visit here Saturday on the invitation of the Community club. All children were presented with sacks of candy. Today _two free entertainments will be (given. An athletic show will toe held at the school house, and a niusical program will be given at the Bel- tone theater by the various niusical organizations of the school. A one- act play, "The "Dummy," wjll also be presented. 0. E. S. Elects Officers-^The following officer^ were elected at the meeting of Kossuth chapter No. 201, O. E. S. last week Tuesday evening: Mrs. B. Ej .Paine W. M.; Mrs. G. P. Hawcott, Dr R. H.Thompson, W. P.; Rubey, A. P.; Mrs. G. E. W. M.; <F. E. 'Brace, conductress; Mrs. M. L. Vinaas, associate conductress; Lulu | Hawcott, secretary; and Mrs. | P. L. Dremoiel, treasurer. Cantata Given by Choir— The Presbyterian choir presented a Christmas cantata, The Morn of Glory, at the church Sunday evening under tine direction of M rs - p> F. Kriethe. It was well giveh and a good crowd attended. The| Methodist choir will give a similar cantata next Sunday evening. The name is The World's Redeemer. Four Initiated Friday— A special meeting of Kossuth Chapter No. 20, was held | Friday evening and four candidates were initiated into the order. They were Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill, Mrs. Wm. H. Vogel, and Mrs. I Delbert Vogel, the Algona chapter had been invited, but only two attended because of icy roads. she had spent three weeks at the home of her son Clair. W. D. Kearns expects to leave for Chicago 'Saturday to spend the winter with his daughter, Mrs. Hayward, and hia sons. Irene Aten entertained her Sunday school class of girls at a Christmas iparty at her home Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Sievert Pannkuk and sons (Rawleigh and Sievert Jr. visited Sunday evening at the G. C Giddings home. G. J. F. Vogel returned a week ago Saturday from a few days business trip at Grasston, Minn. Mrs. Fred Yopp left Sunday fo Shindler, S. D., where she is spend ing a week with relatives. Robert Moore left last week Tues day for Rock Island, 311., wher he has secured a position. Betty Lou Olson spent the weekend with her teacher, Mary Tjaden, at her home near Algona. A pie social and program will be held at the rural school taught by Sarah Neeling tomorrow. iEverett Pannkuk made a business trip to Frost, .Minn., Saturday, returning (Sunday. and Herlew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Han» Nellson of Pocohontas were married at high noon, Saturday, the Rev. H.. W. Farts, ot Bradgate, officiating. The bride wore an ankle-lengh- gown of blue silk flat crepe and carried an arm bouquet of white chrysanthemums and blue sweet peas. Sho was attended by. a friend, Donna McCreary, who wore black and white chiffon velvet. The bridegroom was attended by Dwayno Benge, brother of the bride. A three-course dinner was served at 12:30 to the newlyweds and immediate relatives. After March the newlyweds will be at homo near Pocahontas. The bride has been a frequent visitor dn the St. Joe neighborhood. The William Hammers attended, the wedding, Mrs. Hammer is a sister of the bride. They also attended a 25h wedding anniversary of the marriage of the Herber Benges. Farewell Party for Visitors— A farewell party was given a week go Tuesday night at John. Fuhr man's in honor of Mr. and Mrs. lenry Fuhrman, and itwln daugh .er, and Mrs. Kate Mosmon and Mike Fuhrman, of Lindsay, Texas, who left for their homes the follow ng day after several weeks vlsi- Ing here. They had come to aittend he Fuhrmans golden wedding anniversary. Visitors Return to Texas— Mike Kupper and mother, Mrs. Joe Kupper, Mrs. Fred Schad and Richard Hoberer left Tuesday morning via car for Lindsay, Texas. Richard, better known as Scotty here, had been employed at Peter Erpelding's last year, but will fepend the winter at his home In Texas. The others had been here several weeks visiting relatives. Has Hand Blootl Poisoning- Laurence Becker has been suffering from blood poisoning in his left hand since last week. He cut the hand while assisting with the butchering a few days previously. Several IU With Colds- John Hammer was sick last week and the Arthur Illg children and the Nick Thilges children were ill. There is a seige of tonsilltis, summer flu and bad colds here. CHRISTMAS CHEER and HAPPINESS [ Ka , a be yours with a home heated warm and cdmfort- ith our coal. Call 139 for Coal Satisfaction, '.S,Norton&Son practicing Christmas carols to be sung at homes Saturday and Sunday evening. If. S. Declaimers Are Busy— "Deolam" ipieces have toeen selected, and the declaimers have begun practice for a contest after the holidays. Other Lone Bock. Frank Flaig, John Deere implement dealer here, returned last Thursday from Moline, 111,, where he attended a two-day dealers' meeting. A large number of John Deere dealers from this section were there. Mabel Lindamen, Lytton, came last week Monday for an extended visit at P. M. Christenson's. Marieta Christenson and Miss Linda- men were roommates at Broadlawn hospital, Des Moines. The Martin Petersons, Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Fred McWieter, Cylinder, Alma Clink, Emmetsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rogers were Sunday dinner guests at Andrew Thomsen's. Alice Angus got home Saturday from Parkville, Mo., to spend the holidays with her parents. Mr. Angus, Lillian, and Mrs. N. L. Cotton went to Ames Friday to meet her. Mesdames Claude Sigsbee, Henry Bwoldt, Charles Olson, Nels Godfredson, and E. Mansmith, all of Burt, spent last Thursday at Mrs. William Leeper's. Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. "Ernest Jensen, and Mrs. Arthur Henningson, the latter of Graettinger, spent last Thursday at Mason City. • . Mrs. William Leeper entertained the Sewing club last week Wednesday evening. The next meeting will be with Mrs. John Sprank. Mrs. William Krause got home last week Wednesday from two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Orville Rosendaihl, Superior. The David Christensons, Bricelyn. Minn., were visitors at Edward Zunkel's and Fred Wegener's last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Blanchard, of Irvington, spent several days -last ' Attends Funeral of Grandmother— The L. (E. Roetmans wenp to New London last week Wednesday evening to attend the funeral of Mrs. Roetman's grandmother lasft Thursday. They returned Friday. Hot Water System Freezes— The G. U. Fairbanks fapily iha_d bad luck last week, when their water system froze up, bursting the water coils in the furnace and most Lura Sewick and Mrs. Horace Scehnck, Titonka, were Mason City visitors Saturday. The Lutheran Sunday school will hold its Christmas program Sunday evening. Fred Yopp and (Fern Sewick were taken on the county C. W. A. force Saturday. Mrs.. J. P. Stow .was hostess to the Sewing Circle last Thursday afternoon. •The Henry Guides, Bancroft, were Sunday dinner guests of the C. C. Smiths. Mrs. Lillian Sigler entertained the Legion Auxiliary at a sewing party. The William Larsons, Britt, visited Sunday" at the C. L. Holding home. Mildred Anderson spent the week-end with friends at Forest City. Mrs. W. A. Stoutenberg has been quite sick the past week or two. Mrs. George Koestler was ill last week with a severe nose bleed. The (Raymond Housours moved Saturday to Algona. Tisitorg Return to Texas — Mike Kupper and mother, Mrs. Lone Rock of the radiators downstairs. Gravel Truck in Upset— Clifford Holding'tipped over Friday with a load of gravel near the east corner of Burt. He was not injured, but some damage was done to the truck. Icy Walk Causes Broken Leg— The J. P. Stows received word that their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Perry Stow, Newton, had fallen on the icy walk Friday and broken a leg. Auxiliary Party Saturdaj— The Legion Auxiliary held a Christmas party at the Legion hall Saturday afternoon. Th of ex-service men were guests. Two Christmas Programs Saturday The Presbyterian and Methodist Sunday schools will iold their Christmas programs Saturday evening. Other Bnrt Ne^vs. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Frane, Dr. M. J. Bourne, Kussell WUler, Mrs. Opal Morrison, and Jeannette Goeders, Algona, the W. A. IVfacArthurs and H. W. Trainers were Sunday evening supper guests at the Dr. W, T. Peters home. Mesdames F. L. iPratt, 'N. A. MacArthur, Al Staehle, and W. T. Peters were Des Moines visitors Thursday. The ladies had much diffi- children The P. M. Ohristensons and their guest, Miss Lindamen, were dinner guests "Sunday at J. M. .Jensen's, of Ringsted. The Bert Goddens, Lone Rook, and the Roy Goddens, Fairmont, were Sunday dinner guests at Jay Goddens. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stone, Lu Verne, were dinner guests at Fred Genrich's last week Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger were dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Christenson's Saturday evening. Arthur and R. C. Priebe and James Ackerman took a truckload of poultry, to Chicago (Friday night. Mrs. Laurence Newbrough and her son spent last week at George Klenk's, Titonka. Milo and Ruth 'Tarbell, Waterloo, called on friends here Saturday and Sunday. H. J. Rice was at Fenton last Thursday, doing telephone cable work. Mrs. H. J. Rice visited the Kel- Jings at Ledyard last week Wednesday. Joe Kupper, Mrs. Fred Schad and Richard Hoherer left Tuesday morning via car for Lindsay, Tex. (Richard, Girl for Peter Redings — Mr. and Mrs. Peter Reding are parents of a girl born Saturday. The Redings now have two children, a boy and a girl. Other St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fuhrman and he- twin daughters Coralee and Rosalee, accompanied by Mrs. Kate Mosmon and Mike Fuhrman, left Wednesday morning for Texas, after severel weeks here visiting relatives and attending the Fuhrman golden wedding. The John Frlderes, the Matt Fabers, Theresa Miller, Mrs. Henry Faber and son Cyril and Rosaline Frideres -were Sunday evening guest at Phil Roethler's, near Algona. Mrs. Nick Reding and Mrs. Wll llam Mueller, of Whlttemore, and Nicholas Wagner accompanied Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding to Font Dodge lost week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Thilges, the Peter Thilges family, the John Frlderes family, Theresa Miller and I Rosaline Frlders were Sunday guests at Nick Fisoh's. Kruecher left Sunday Reglna evening for West Bend to take charge of household duties for her uncle, Demonic Ziemeit. The Adolph Fuhrmans, the Sylvester Wagners, and George Wagner were dn Fort Dodge Thursday. There will be maases on Christmas day In St. Joseph's church at 6, 8:30 and 10 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Plathe and Val Fuhrman were Fort Dodge cal lers Wednesday. Frank Weyderit has been sick the past week. week at Albert Thompson's Roy Zunkel's. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. son Clarence is in. a ana . , Macu.mber; S hospital in culty in getting ihome poor visibility of the roads. and icy Mr. arid Mrs. Stanley )ecause of conditions Black and son a . Des Moines, following an attack of daughter Delores and Mrs. L. N. Dittmer 'left last week Wednesday for a month's visit with Mr. Black and Mrs. Dittmer's parei.ts, Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. Black, at Cache, Okla. Mrs. Louisa Thompson left for Omaha a week ago las) Thursday, wliere she Joined her sister, Mrs. Emma Dutton. -Prom there they went to Texas for the iraiter. The Mite society me«ts Wednesday, December 20, at Mrs. J. G. McDonald's, with Mrs. Patterson and Mrs. H. assistant hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. A- W. day for an mother, Mrs. Margaret Mr. and Mrs. L. H. S _ Davidson, Wednesday weekly Bible Study was held Vadiwn'a last we* Fort Dodge 'visitors men attended 4 meeting. Mrs. M- A. Dexter re Thursday from Stonn BIG TOY SALE! (Even Gamble's low toy prices are cut for cleanup. Starting today, Tinker Toy, 98c; cowboy suits, $2:25; builder set, 79c; tool chest, 79c; cowboy holster set, 79c. 30-16' Merry Christmas Let us add to your Christmas Cheer by supplying "Monarch" Finer Foods COFFEE! December is Monarch Coffee month. Try a package today. You couldn't ibuy a better Coffee if you paid $1.00 a pound. 3 L/BS. 69c i LB. Baking or Dipping Chocolate, 8 1-oz. squares, pkg. 15c Popcorn (shelled) Japanese Hulless or S. Am. Yellow 4 LBS. _. &0C CANDY Old time mix lOCLv. [While it lasts Monarch Pumpkin, 2 No. 2% cans, "It's better" 25c Gold Medal Flour—It's Kitchen Tested. Peter Pan Flour and Unista Flour, 49 Ibs. _ $1.69 (Roasted Peanuts, (Planters, Jumbo), Ib. lOc Mixed Nuts, Ib 15c Raisins, 4 Ibs. .. 29c Oysters, fresh from the coast, Quart , Per gal. $1.55 (Limit 1 gal. to customer) 39c with a grocery order Smoked Ham Patties, 2 Ibs 35c Cudahy's Puritan /Smoked Ham, in Christmas 1 E\ g* package, Ib. *F- & C Hormel's Pure Lard, 4 Ibs. __ .-_ 29c BASKET GROCERY The merriest Christmas of all is our season's wish to you. You can find much Christmas joy in good service here. Department Stores ALGONA BUTTER, Ib — While s Grocery Week End Specials 21C 23c 22c 15c 25c 15c 23c CRANBERRIES, 2 Ibs. ___ SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR, at MIXED NUTS, no peanuts, Ib. CELERY, large fancy, PINEAPPLE, small tins, 10 and 2 for! GRAHAM CRACKERS, 2 Ibs ORANGES, fancy, dozen __18c, 25c, S8c, 80C Kohlhaas Bros* Garage The Aid met with Mrs. Orville Hedrick last Thursday, 24 in attendance. Mrs. Jergen Skow gave the Bitole study, and a short program was given in honor of Mrs. Skow, who was prsented with a hooked rug. Mrs. Hedrick served supper at 4:30. The next meeting will be held January 11 with Mrs. A. L. Greenfield. A Christmas program will be given this week Saturday evening at the church. Ttoe Albert Grosenbachs, Lois Miller, the W. 0. Taylors, Mrs. Drusilla Noble, and Edith Greenfield attended a cantata at the Methodist church Sunday evening given (by the choir. •Leo and Wilbur Steven and Neva Olsen were Sunday dinner guests CHEVROLET -CHEVROLET Stand by for the 1934 CHEVROLET B. Paine as Radeke and henck were Sunday. The al Legion urned home Lake, where of Marie Harris, Th.e Albert Gros?£ 'Mr/ and ith. Loren, tow* the McEnroe's, enbachs were Mrs. Henry Rutledge, •week-end northwest Mrs. J. W«^**|j**(«V*| vm-Tt-^r- if ffffjxf.fTirmf «^«s ""2L. • ' " spending several ^ftto W Chicago .witfc Kathleen iidtojfctf wlw » «" ployed by the 3iiJi&Qiw mJ te club. and her are Coming Soon! We have a new windshield defroster. Come in and see it, it's the real thing, TWO USBP eARS-T-1930 Chevrolet coach; 19?9 Olds sedan. We expend our heartiest Christmas Greetings and a Happy New Year*

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