Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 8, 1934 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 8, 1934
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tourg.Wliipped • Livermore Saturday. i,t 8 Algona high school basket- team won two games last tend, defeating Enwnctsburg tivermore on the local floor l fty and Saturday evenings re- ilr, They defeated Bmmets- 3848 and Livermore 31-23. B second team also won both ainei, defeating the lEmmets- seconds 17-4 and the Llver- aeconds 18-1'- Second Team Used. first team game with Bm- waa tied at 6-6 at the ter, »ut Algona had the lead, h at the half and gained a big the third quarter, 24-14. In the quarter Algona made 14 to Emmetsburg's four its The second Algona team red in most of the last quarter. retzmeyer was high-point man, ting three baskets and three throws. Other points were divided. Two ipersonal fouls were called on Cretemeyer, D. i and Sellstrom. Samstrom, netsburg, had four fouls called, :h put him out of the game. Visiting Seconds Weafc ie second team game with Bm- rfburg was practcially a walk- ly, Enwnetsburg made only four its, all in the second half, when third and fourth Algona teams 1 i in the game. ie first team game against Liv»e Saturday evening was close' ,ie first half with the _score be- 15-11 in Algona's favor. In the e the first quarter was 9-8 for ma, but in the third it was Jellstrom was local high .point ter, sinking four baskets ^and i free throws, and Cretzmeyer J Shackelford tied with three Jcete and a free throw apiece. Fouls Are Scarce. , surprising fact in this game i that Algona was called for pr three fouls, one each on Cretz- jrer, Shackelford, and Sellstrom, only six fouls were called on (ermore. he second team game with !Liv- lore was close. Algona led 8-3 1 first quarter; 12-9 at the half; 17-15 at the end of the third. i scoring was well divided png players on both teams. this week the Algona squad is pig part in the North Central I tournament. It played Eagle pe in the opening game at JCOSSUTH COTTNTT ADVANCE. Bracket tor Girl.' Basketball Tourney Ledyard Friday, 7 p. m. Lone Rock Saturday, a p. m . Lakota Friday, 8 p. m. Wesley Seneca Friday, 9 p. m. Lu Verne Saturday, 8 p. m . Whittemore Bye Final , Championship Game 8 p.m. Saturday Night ERE AT A GLANCE are the cided for »« •» _ . w**v«i \Au,y, i IlGiG Will 1)6 the final session next week Saturday night. MARRIED county .basketball tournament at Ledyar sessions, and the champion team will be de ripton Tuesday evening, and nboldt here last night. Banding in the conference bei the tournament this week fol- ona 4 bster City 4 Grove. "3 npton "2 nboldt "" rion Won Ix)st Pet. .800 .800 .600 .333 .166 WONT BOWLERS HERE FRIDAY NIGHT L Fairmont bowling league team "istmg of five men came to Al- Friday evening and bowled unst a picked Algona team. Algonians won all three They had, however, lost all THIS IS^BURNiETTA Bonnstetter, well know Allgona gir whose marriage is reported in the society column. The cut appeare< in the -Des Moines Sunday Register. Fair- ar, there, the week before. Fair- ts scores were 885. 880, three against fit's Irthouse Rats lips ats yell try Bowlers" ------------ — .633 ,533 466 MARTHA STEBBINS, ALGONA OLDTIMER, DIES SUNDAY NOON Mrs. Marth'a Stebbins, who had spent €5 years in Algona, died a t 12:40 p. m. Sunday in an apartment at the A. W. Sigsbee home where she and her daughter, Mrs. Vera Walters, had lived for some time. The immediate cause of death was cancer. She had for two or three years been in slowly failing health, and during the last two months her condition was critical. •Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. C. V. Hulse, pastor, at the Methodist church at 2 p. m. Tuesday, and burial was made in Riverview cemetery. A delegation of iRebekahs 'attended and conducted burial rites at the grave. Pall bearers were: J. A. Brownell, L. T Griffin, D. D. Pax'son, Hugh Herman, J. F. Overmyer, "W. A. 'Button. Mrs. Stebbins was born at Sloansville, N. Y., April 18. 1851, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Foster. At death she was in her 83rd year. She grew up at Sloansville, but in 1869 was brought to Algona by her parents, who settled here. There were 15 children in the family. Marriage to Henry Stebbins took place in 1877. Mr. Stebbins, who operated a dray line ihere, died in 1912. There are three children: C. E, Stebbins, Botsford lumberyard manager at Good Thunder, Minn.; Ross Stebbins, now of California, for many years a barber ihere in the employ of Carl Wauge; and Mrs. Walters, whose husband, James Walters, died many years ago, C. B. Stebbins came for the funeral. Ross, wttio is in poor health, could not come. <N. C. Rice .spent Tuesday at Des Moines on business. Mrs. M. J. Quinn went Sunday to visit a brother. to Hull . G. D. Qhumway spent Monday at Sutherland on business. The H. W. Pletches spent Sunday at Belmond with Mr. iPletch's parents. H. W. Miller spent the week-end with his parents Lake, Minn. at Minnesota Mr. and Mrs. Hehner Helmers are parents of a girl, born at their home Sunday. Hoyt Raney, senior in veterinary medicine at Ames, spent the weekend at home. Ellen Carlson went to Iowa City last week Wednesday to visit Mrs F. S. Norton. Eleanor Backus plans to spend the week-end with relatives and friends at Dubuque. Bess Agard, Toledo, Ohio, left Saturday, after a week here with her .brother, Burdette T. Agard. Mrs. L. E. Potter left Monday for Charles City to spend several days! with her daughter, Mrs. Alta Stiles. and his wife at Englewood, sout of Los Angeles. The Rev. A. English, his daugh ter, Mrs. Casey Los?, and the Re and Mrs. C. P. Carlson attended monthly county Presbyterian min isteria.1 get-together at Lakot Tuesday afternoon. Luncheon wa followed by a business meeting an a social hour. C. F. Frane and Nick Maxwe drove to Waterloo last Thursda: and brought back 14 chairs an three davenports for the Algon hotel. They are of brown fleathe upholstering, and came from th Ellis hotel, Waterloo, a member o the Boss chain. Mrs. C. H. Long entered the Gen eral hospital Friday for medica treatment, hut will be discharge this week-end. Mrs. Elvin Zumach Fenton, underwent a major opera tion at the hospital Monday, am Donald Cook, Algona, had his ton sils removed the same day. Beulah Hartshorn returned t her duties as operator at the Mari gold beauty shop Saturday, afte ..--4i *i^A u«.u£iiiLCi t 1VH B. Alto. HtllGS l, ' ««wMiut*j, «H.LC Mrs. Claude Ross, Tripoli left having been at tne 'home of he Friday, after a visit with Mrs Roy parents > Mr - al ?d Mrs. iRoy Hart Christensen since last week Tues- isllorn ' ' Swea ICl ty, since last wee! J *wou rvecn. X UCJ3- •rp-.-.o^lo,. OU« ~A4. 1_J 1 . Tuesday. She attended her grand father James Mayne's funeral a day. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sjostrand St T at ? er / a ^5 M ayne's fune Peter, Minn., spent the week-end at I Le dyard.Friday afternoon, their son, the Rev M A Slos ' btephenson, who developei trand's. ' ' "Pernicious anemia last fall and fo !a time was a patient at the stat Dorothy Sellstrom, Gustavus Adolphus student college, . i c. uiuc was a, paueni at tne State •"• university hospital, is now able to Peter, Minn., spent the week-end *f ri fS ag ™ U « d ¥ ' re S ainin & his at home. i strength. Mr. Stephenson, who is County Attorney M. C. McMahoJ** ,-^ er dist . rict c °u« clerk, and was confined to his home several £ odlfferen t *"»« was engaged in days last week with an attack ol b _ uslness at &* Verne, Algona, and appendicitis. 'Fenton, has a wide acquaintance in will ,be remembered as the .forme Lillie Bowen, daughter of the lat i Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bowen. Mr. Bas • km is superintendent of schools a Omemee, and they (have three chil dren, Le Roy, who is attending i forestry school at Bottineau, a girl 11, and another boy, 8. Mrs. Bas kin's twin sister May, now Mrs. E O. McCandish, lives at Plymouth Mich. W. H. Cummings, of the Cummings 5c to a dollar store, wil leave next Monday for Des Moines where he will re-engage in business. The nature of the venture is not yet ready for release. Mrs. Cummings will remain here to continue closing out the stock. It is understood that the building has been rented for another stock of joods. Mr. Cummings was once jefpre engaged in business at Des Womes for a period of five years. He has epent four years in Algona. The Rotary club Monday sang Auid Lang Syne as a farewell in his honor. ^ A note from Chas. B. Carlon, of Willow Grove, Pa., representative of Allyn & Bacon, New York school book publishers, says that his sister, Mrs. Marjorie Carlon-'Harriman, Long Beach, Calif., sailed from San Francisco last month for 1 a six months around the world cruise. Thia is her sabbatical year —seventh year, off year—as Long Beach teacher, she spent the first half year taking courses at thei University of Nevada, Reno Nev. Mr. Carlon expects her for a short visit at Willow Grove in June or July, and she will no doubt stop at Algona also to visit her sister, Mrs. D. P. Smith. 'Mrs. <Jeo. G. Cole, of Cooper, south of Jefferson, was here a few hours Sunday, guest of her sister, Mrs. B. A. Thorpe. She came with friends who called on a niece employed at one of the Brown homes! south of town. Mr. Cole, who has suffered spells of sickness during the last two or three years, is now in 'better health. The daughter Georgia is. still teaching in the Starrett 'School for Girls, Chicago and the other daughter, Elinor, attends the Cooper school. Cooper is a Hamlet with two general stores, one of which the Coles conduct. For some years Mr. Cole had what is now the Kohlhaas & Spilles hardware store here. FAREWELL PARTY FOR PASTOR AT LU VERNE ILu Verne, Jan. 30—One hundred members and friends of the 'Presbyterian church gathered at the city hall 'Friday nigiht for a farewell in honor of .the iRev. and Mrs. A. J. Koonce. A covered-dish supper was served following which a program was given, including group singing led by Kate Skinner. Other numbers were musical readings, Bernice Severson; vocal duet, Helen and Grace Christensen; reading, Kathryn Dimler; vo- saw solo, Alice iRist coached declamatory students at Cylinder .Friday, Monlay, and yesterday, and will go >ack tomorrow. 'Helen Johnson is now employed n the Federal building at Ces * Moines, having been tlfere since I ££* veek ago Monday. L-esiie the county. ' Marriage licenses ftave been is sued to: Floy Barton, Austin Minn., Lucille Baylor, Blue Earth, gene Rister, Careta Taylor, both Bancroft; Edwin iRoberts, Mar- b °* ° f Denton, Bancroft, Mane chilles & Herbst store. 0. S. Lindsay suffered Wesley. The Kohlhaas & Spilles hardware the display space in vas able to sit up in bed. .back the partition, and moved the (cellar and upstairs stairways from night to visit 'her niece, Mrs. D. E. 3ewel. She had been with Mrs. Dewel's brother at Dubuque. Mrs. Stephen Eaton, of Dun- , ne , .ombe, left Sunday, after a week at, ra ji he S. J. Backus home. She is a [ f ] P H' ister-in-law of Mrs. Backus. Mann will spend the week-end in owa City, where both formerly yerne rear. The office is now at the rear of the store in front of the back partition, but is cut off from the rest of the store by a five foot New shelving has been ad- inmates hospital "Si" Stauffacher, of the escaped of Lu attended the state university. P. J. Christensen and his broth- r, L. M. Christensen, lEstherville, last Thursday annual spring Mrs. E. C. Dickinson spent Monay at Mason City, visiting Mrs. L. D. Dickinson, who is spending the winter with her daughter, Mrs. J. 4. Van Ness. Mrs. Andrew Hansen and daugh- vent to Chicago ight to do their uying. One brother, Fred Foster, Shel- ter Sheila have returned to their , committed to the hospital don, 111., and two sisters, Mrs, Marie Work, Adair, and Mrs. W. B. Naudain, Algona, survive; also six grandchildren grandchildren, and four great- Mrs, Stebbins was a member of the Methodist church, the Rebekah lodge, and the W. R. C. RichPbbt Mrs. Eva Gardner returned to the home of her eon, Floyd of Union town^vlp, Sunday after spending the past two weens Raney home. Delores and Jimmle Warren spent last .week-end visiting friends at Fairmont, Minnesota. Edmund Capeslua, fr«rtiman student a,t Columbia college, Dubuque, ppent the week-end with his par- f$», Mr. and Mrs, Frank Capesius. Mrs, Ohaa. Patterson and son, iRuasel, of Bunt were Sunday visitors ait the Hugh Raney home. Mi 1 , anfl Mrs. Austin Summers and sons, AusltJn and Robert, of Irvington were last Sunday visitors at the Thad Wiekwlre home. Mr. and Mrs. Summers their household goods to Clear Lake, Iowa on Tuesday where they will farm this next year. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jenkins en- itertained Mr. and Mrs J. A. Johnson and Ruasel Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Uroh. and Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Grit fto at 'dinner last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Chase and *amjly visited during the week-end at the toome of their eldest son, Albert, at iBritt, Iowa. of Mrs. Nick Ktasch moved . grieved to learn of the death 9JC hey fet'ber, Frank Woydert, of $t. Joe, early Monday. The funeral was Wednesday morning at St. Joe. John MflGwlre, ' who accompanied brother, Mart McGuire, Algona, South Dakota *be early part of ne^; returned Friday. Mrs. Mefir", returned with bar eon, and vJsWng this weete at the Joh» home at Titonka, after a few days with the former's mother, Mrs. John Caughlin. The iRev. (Raymond Kresensky leaves tomorrow for St. Paul, where he will speak at a state meeting of the League of Minnesota Poets Saturday. John Van Ness accompanied H. J. Thompson to Los Angeles Saturday. Mr. Thompson had been here five months, visiting relatives and looking after farm interests. The Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Hoerner, daughter Miriam, and the Rev. at the Hugh Raymond Kresensky were dinner guests Monday night of Mrs. John Caughlin and her daughter Drusilla. The Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner were Buffalo Center callers Sunday afternoon. The Harry Olsens, of Bode, were dinner guests of . the Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner the same day. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kresensky and Jeannette Goeders went to Chicago last night, and will return Saturday. Mr. Kresensky and Jeannette will buy spring goods for the Goeders store. Mrs. 'Harry Thompson, near Wesley, recently lost a handbag in Algona, and would be glad to pay a reward for its return with contents. There was a little more than $4 in cash in the handbag. The annual meeting of the Irvington Farmers Cooperative association will be held at the office at 1:30 p. m. next Wednesday, according to notices mailed to stockholders by Manager J. C. Mawdsley. Mrs. E. C. McMahon returned Friday from Omaha, where _ she spent several days with her sister, Mrs. R. J. Neary. Mrs. McMahon went down with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Du'higg, Emmets- bU Lfoyd and Kyle Keith left Monday morning to drive to California, w'bere they will spend several months, visiting Lloyd's brother and Kyle's cousin, RusseJl- Keith, January 6 for inebriacy, and Clin ton MeClellan, also Lu Verne, conv mitted October 23, also for in- ebriacy, left the institution Friday. MoClellan's time was about up. A report of their disappearance was received here by Sheriff Dahlhauser next day. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wheelock and the Rev. and Mrs. A. S. Hueser spent Monday with John Williams, who lives with his daughter, Mrs. Mingen, at Emmetsburg. Mr. Williams has .been confined to bed since (New Year's with heart trouble and complications. Another group of Algonians visited him Sunday, including Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Coleman and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lashbrook. Mrs. C. (L. Baskin, Omemee, N. D., came last week Wednesday to visit relatives and old friends here. She cal solo, Norma Partridge; solo, Irene Swenson; piano Lois Colwell. There were talks by Miss Skinner, Mr. Koonce, the Rev. .David Lang, the Rev. William Baddeley, and Hugh Colwell. Mrs. J. J. Wadleigh presented the Koonces with a quilt.. The Koonces lefit by car Tuesday morning for their new home at 3non Valley, Pa., and their household goods went by truck Monday. PAGE Mr. and Mra. Obto Ruhnke, has been seriously stck, WJlldam Liesener and <the William H. Meyer children are also sick. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Obto Ruhnke was baptised a week ago Sunday afternoon at the home of lite parents, and was named Edward WiHam, sponsors being Hertha Ruhnke and William Rusch Jr. Whittemore. ' Elsie Kohlwes recently spilled 'hot butter on one of 'her feelt and for a time suffered considerable pain. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Culbertson :niter,tained young folks last week Wednesday evening in -honor of the former's brother Joe, who lias been with them for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Water Genirich, Lu Verne, spent Monday tut William Wetzel'a, helping with butchering. An oyster stew was served Sunday evening at Fred Boetitcher's. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Will recently mtentained at a 500 party. The "high score was won by Nick Gengler and Vfrs. William Leininger, low by Mrs. John Kohlwes. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Zwiefel entertained at a similar party one evening last week, and high Was \von by Edwin Lieb and Mrs. Herman Hlntz, low, by Sric Seegebarth and Lydia Seege- Mrth. Melvin Bilgue and Earl Lauritzen were at Mason City Saturday, and the former consulted a doctor for ulcers of the stomach. There was a townsihip meeting Monday evening at the John Kohlwes home. A business meeting was icld Friay evening ait tine same Mace, and Noah Reianer, newly elec- «d trustee in place of George Wln- kel, attended. Mr. and Mrs. Carl tDreyer, Aus- tin, Minn., visited over Sunday with the William Buss family, and other relatives here and friends. Mr. Dre- y«r is employed in a meat packing plant there. Tho Peters family, Story City, came for a visit over ithe week-end with the Arthur Zumachs and the Rudolph Peters. The elder Mrs. Peter took care of Mrs. Rudolph Peter who became the motlier of a girl recently. iMre. Zumach and Rudolph are children of the Peters. Services will be held next week Wednesday evening, Ash Wednesday, beginning of Lent, at 8 in English, and will be held each Wednesday evening during Lent. Sale Date* J (Feb. 9—'Annual Community day, sale, Lone Rock, by Radig, Flalg * Roderick, , Feb. 10—Gust Carlson, six miles north of Emmetsburg, Poland China brood sow sale. Feb. 15—W. S. Taylor, closing out sale, 2% miles west and half mile south of Bancroft. •Feb. 13—Mrs. Grace Watkina. losing out sale, 6 miles west and mile south of Titonka. Feb. 20—-D. M. Long, 4 miles east of Algona on McGregor street road. CALL THEAT 7 estern$*j&EtecMc SOUNDlKOsYSTEM Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday February 7-8-9. Thursday matinee, 2:30. MARIE DBESSLER JEAN HARLOW LEE TBACT JOHN BAHRYMOBE LIONEL BABBTMOBE DINNER AT EIGHT The loveliest of VALENTINES One of our beautiful Heart Boxes filled with delicious Sweets, makes a smart and dignified gift for this roman- ic festival day, February 14. Heart candies of all kinds at ALGONQUIN 01 East State St. Saturday, February 10—Special BIG 8 UNIT SHOW Big Dog Parade at 11 O'clock |30 in prizes for prize dogs. JOHN WAYNE —in— "Man From Monterey" n» OOC HIM Of THHHK UftMICM No. 3—March of Tears. No. 4—Minute Mystery. No. 5—Fine Featers—birds from all the world. No. 6—Micky Mouse. No. 7—As a Dog Thinks. No. 8—Micky McCtuire Comedy, More for your money. .j I Sunday and Monday, Feb. 11 and II THROW UP YOUR HATS and grab a 'big fun show. i BURNS & ALLEN CHARLIE RUGGLE8 MARY BOLAND W. E. FIELDS ALLISON SKIPWORTH , i in «« o* a Kind" I iRuggles decides on second honeymoon trip. Advertises for 4 couple to help pay expenses of autd trip to California. Burns & Allen answer, and then! It's a Guaranteed Attraction. —Also— | Charlie Chase in "Luncheon at Twelve" ( New News Micky Moustf «Roamin< Thru the Roses Musical". Tuesday-Wedneisday, Feb. IS ft if EDMUND LOWE ANN SOUTHERN I in "Let's Fall in Lore" • J Music the would will hum. Gobs of Fun Comedy. ' i —and— ' \ DOROTHY LEE ' in ^Preferred List" Musical. Thursday and Friday, Feb. 15-1« COMING "Carolina" "Moulin Rouge" "Eskimo" "Nana" Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 13-18 A GREAT THEATRKIAIL TREATJ Algona High School Auditorium! i 8:15 | Seat sale James Drug Store nowV 60—'Kossuth County Musiciana—«5| Present Victor Herbert's < Comic Opera | "The Fortune Teller" ' T A treat for any city. Lotts Creek Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz visited the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Schultz, last week and lelped with the work while the George Sehultzes went to Ames, accompanied by Mr. 'and Mrs. Erwln Kuecker, W'hititemore. They (took down some of Mr. Kuecker's farm machinery, as he Will begin farming near Ames March 1. Mrs. Kuecker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sunding, former Kossuth farmers, now arm near there. Hugo, Martin, Esther, Lida, and Edna Potratz, Helen Radig, Lor- •etta Meyer and Alfred Wittkbff spent Sunday afternoon and even- ng with Hilda and Elma Poitratz, Mrt Dodge, Where Hilda and Elma are employed. The Aid meets this week Friday ifternoon ait the Lutheran school hall, Mrs. Harold Smith, hostess. A usiness meeting will begin at 3 'clock. All women interested In isewing are requested to be there as soon after i o'clock as possible. The annual parish night will be bserved a week from Friday even- ng or on February 116, instead of n the 9th, All members of the con- regation are invited. , Edward William, infant eon of is what a woman asks for when buying salt in France. Here in America, 2/3 of all women ask for Morton's because— WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS MEATS -- GROCERIES *** Long's Food Shop If you want quality meats at low down prices Long's is the place. Our Hamburger and sausage, both home made, take the lead in quality, and our price is only lOc per pound Quality groceries has always been our motto, and we are sure you will find quality cheaper in the end. We also keep a full supply of cheap grade goods to meet the wants, so everyone can be satisfied at our store. Have you tried our 19c Peaberry Coffee. Swans Down, while it lasts, 23c per package. 10 Jb. bag of sugar, 49c. If you want a nice juicy orr ange buy a bag of our Florida oranges and Texas Seedless grapefruit. The season is at ts best right now. Bring your eggs to Lojig'f Food Shop February Fabric Sale SILKS - COTTONS - WOOLENS BARGAIN TIME In our yard goods section, and you will find a complete selection of silks, woolens, and cottons for every need. Prices are reduced in (February Fabric Sale. SILKS Reduced to clear—a group of satins, crepes, silk prints, pin stripe silks, 39 and 40-inch widths. All formerly sold from 95c to $1.50 per yard. Special price— 69c yard Printed Cottons New patterns in percales. Clever new .prints with four to six color work. And the new printed ginghams — all priced for quick selling. 15c 19c 22c 25c Woolens There is a chance to get the new skirt, or new swagger suit from these fine woolens at reduced prices. Wool crepes, wool twedes, crushed woolens, and Rabbit's wool, a fine selection. All 54 inches Wide. $1.29 $1,95 $2,95 ^/^vv*^ vf->.? ,«.-fy*-tr.v!f

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