Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1934 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 15, 1934
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ttnflfltTTH COUNTY ADVANCE. FEBRUARY FACE POUR ELSIE EGEL, IRVINGTON, IS MARRIED Irvlngitcm, Feb. 13—Elsie Egel and Oran Hudson were married this week Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock *,t the liomo of Rev. A. English, Algona,, who officiated. They were attended 'by tho bride's sister BtCle and 'the bridegroom's cousin, Everett "Van Steenburg. The bride wore a dress of wine- colored silk crepo itrlmmed with egg .shell, and she had a corsage of ros- «s intermingled with white freezin srnd purple sweet peae. The brides maid was also dressed in wine-col- wed silk crepe and ilind a corsage the exact replica of tlve bride's, bu' smaller. The bridegroom and Mr Van Steenburg wore boutonnieres of white sweet peas. The bride is the second daughter >ot Mr. and Mrs. Charles Egel, prominent farmers here for mnpy years. T3he was graduated from the Algona At the Call By T. H.C. R OMAN SCANDALS was merely Eddie Cantor surrounded by song, beauty, and wit. It had the Zeigfeld touch in girls—the most beautifully undressed girls in the wortd! True they were draped, but only scantily. Yet their revealed charms seemed lacking a vulgar Because T. II. C. wns in Chica- po on a buying trip last week the iiiorie review was written by a friend. touch. This was particularly noticeable in their faces, for the girls maintained poised, sober, almost etherical expressions and lacked the lire and animation necessary for lasciviousness. Tohn Goeders Celebrates Eightieth Birthday- John Goeders was 80 Monday, but the event was celebrated Sunday at a family dinner at his home, guests being: Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kennedy, St. Paul; Mrs. D. H. Goeders, daughters Jeannette and Helen; Mrs. «D. H. Goeders' mother, Mrs. Anna Uhlendorf, Chicago. D. H. is still a patient at the Kossuth hospital, and so could not attend. Mr. Goeders was born in Luxembourg February 12, 1854. In 1864 his parents brought him to Dubuque, where they Hived till 1869, when they settled in Riverdale township, this county. Mr. Goeders clerked four yeara for the late Theodore Chrischilles, then three years for G. N. Hancock, , , IUCU LlllCc yvaia JL.V* «• •*'• u.*««»--.---, Even the dance, bordering on me i final j y n - ne yeai i s f or Thomas Hawaiian as practiced by dancers j Bar]j .; After tn j s i mg apprentice- n+ TJo\voil clmtt'Q ATI AT1V "fflir'S HlKl- 1 • ' i- L_.1*i:~il. n .] 4-1. « rtt-n^n rt nltr at Hawaii shows on any fair's mid way, was performed with grace and dignity, creating an entirely ^ _ school in 1929, and tons since different impression from Canoca fceen teaching school in or near this|j n Flying Down to Kio. vlcin-iity. Since September she iiad The show was of, by, and for been teaching the Chester Schoby Eddie, with a plot as ancient as the pchool in Riverdale township, but sho resigned a. week or so ago. She Is a former president of tho Irving-ton girls' club and of the young people's Sunday school class 'here. Oran, <the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudson .here, -attended the Alffona high school. The couple have been active in the social uf- Tairs of the young 1 set. After the ceremony the newlyweds and ittieir attenderuts returned to the bride's 'home, where a luncheon was served. Guests were the fcridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs IPaul Hudson, the bride's sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beib- ler, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel, and Mrs. (Martin -Becker. The couple will move early this •\voek to ittio Lewis McWhorter farm, near Burt, where they will occupy a tenant house and i>e employed. tThey had planned a wedding trip, Tiut 'have postponed it for the time being 1 , as Mr. and Mrs McAVhorter are planning 1 on being 1 'absent from the farm for some time. "Vernon Arnfolt Is Dead— Mrs. M. L. Honey received word late last week of the death of Vei- Tion Arnfelt, 27, young-eat son of Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Arnfelt, former Irvngton residents. Vernon lived a.t Minneapolis, and it is believed that practically all o£ the Arnfelt family are now there. No details, as to tho cause of death have been received. The Arnfolts formerly lived On the farm where Mrs. Nina Schichtl lives, and Vernon was born there. The tamily also once lived where Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman Sr. ore now located. Church Services Here—The Rev. A English preached Sun-flay on God's Gifts, using- as his text Tlmoithy 2:1-0; wherefore I put ftiiee in remembrance that thou up tho Gift of God, which is 5n thee by the putting 1 on of my (hands. Mr. English announced that -during 1 . Passion week he plans to 3iold evening- services, the series tiulminaiting on G-ood Friday afternoon, -when he will deliver a short fiemion as a part of a missonary program. iAtlend Swea City Party— Mrs. Ijucy Reaper, the Framk Dltsworths, and -the Charles Reapers were Irving-ton members of a recent surprise party at ithe Charles Ditswonth 'home, Swea City, 'honoring Mr. and Mrs. Dltsworfch on their 30th wedding anniversary. There •were a number of others in the party. The guests carried covered dishes, and a one o'clock luncheon was •served. setting. Eddie is a modern town ne'er-do-well who suffers a hit by a speeding wagon which affects his head, and in a sort o£ dream he is transplanted in ancient (Rome, where he becomes first a slave, then foodntaster for the Emperor Valerius. Eddie becomes embroiled in a plot to 'poison the emperor, is sentenced to 'be thrown to the lions, but escapes and speeds in a fast and furious chariot race to warn 1 the hero and heroine of the emperor's wrath and furnish evidence of the emperor's misuse of -public hip he established the store now perated by the Goeders company. Mrs. Goeders was Johanna Zig- ang, and on May 14 this year Mr. nd Mrs. Goeders will celebrate IB 55th. anniversary of their mar- iage. They are both in good ealth and get about much as they id 20 years ago. They 'live in_ a Lriking 'bungalow built in 'Spanish tyle in the Third ward. nnke Birthday Honored— A surprise ibridge party v?as giv- n in honor of the birthday nf J. [. Zanke at his home east o.t Burt ''riday evening. Invited gues;ts in- luded the George Larsons, the has. Larsons, Miss Henderson, Ir. and Mrs. Gilbert Nelson, Mr. nd Mrs. M. Arend, and -Lorena 3 eterson, all of Burt; Mr. and Mrs. funds. The chariot race is the high W. C. Nelson, Ledyard; Mr. rtrs. Lewis Larson, Titonka; break-neck speed, furnish a at real thrill. Eddie", who falls out of the chariot when it first starts, lias his sandals nailed to the floor. Finally the chariot breaks up, and Eddie, with part of the chariot floor hanging like skiis to his feet and with reins still in hand, reappears. Then Tie stumbles and awakes back dn his old home town, 'but finds in his shirt evidence against the town's rich man which convicts the latter of bribery and embezzlement. This -lets evicted families return to their homes singing the theme song, led by Eddie. It's a good show, good entertainment, but fails to reach magnificence. Eddie's lines often border on the vulgar, and if pronouncec by almost anyone else -would not pass the censors. But Eddie is Eddie, and crowds stood in line al! afternoon and evening to see Ro man Scandalls. Eddie wisely makes but. one pic ture a year; more would find th( public apathetic and Eddie's sal ary check correspondingly dented D INNER AT BIGHT does not fea ture a dinner party, except in the final scene, when the assem bled 'guests, carrying their trial and tribulations, meet for sinal table talk, the iplay closing witl the group entering the dinin room. This is an interesting study i :humanity. Heavy burdens affecting ithe .life of the individual must be submerged beneath 'petty before dinner conversation. Emotions of tooth higTi and -low character must give way to the aH-important Mrs. J. U Bonar and Mrs. W. L,orenz. Ella Lewis Party Hostess— EWa Lewis entertained at dinner and'bridge last Thursday night at 6:30, the guests seated at a single table centered with flowers. vParty accessories were in keeping with Valentine's day. Meredith 1*1111- rop won the high bridge score; Alice iBehlmer, the travel prize; Ruth Roland, a heart iprize. Other guests were Alice Kain, Madonna and Philomena Quinn, Lorraine Tierney, and Catherine McCal'l. Farewell for Mrs. Grosenbach— Mrs. Albert Orosenbach was honored at a farewell party given by the Methodist W. F. M. iS. at the Mrs. G. L. Vohs home last Thursday. Mrs. J. F. Overmyer read an original poem presenting a sandwich tray to Mrs. Grosenbach. The Grosenbachs are soon to 'leave Sexton for a farm near Garner. They are 1 now on the former W. A. Button farm. Shower for Wlma Pate- Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll entertained 35 guests last Thursday evening^ at a miscellaneous shower honoring Wilma Pate, who is to be married soon to Lawrence Brown, near Des Moines. 'Following a mock, wedding the guests hemmed linen towels for Miss Pate. Miss Pate is employed at the Kirsch laundry. Vf. H. M. 8. Has Talentine Party— The Methodist W. H. M. S. had a benefit luncheon at the F. iL. Thorpe home Friday. Forty guests HIGH SCHOOL BOY PASSES SUDDENLY SATURDAY NIGHT Sexton, Feb. 14-Charles Henry, IB, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz, died Saturday night at 8 p. m. from hemorrhage of the throat. The youth's tonsils were removed at a Des Moines hospital three weeks ago. Last week an abscess formed in the throat, and Friday it was lanced. Saturday evening in a coughing spell a blood vessel burst, and he died almost instantly. Charles was born August 18 1918, in Plum Creek township. He was a sophomore in the Algona high school. His parents, three sisters, (Frieda, Helen, and Madelyn, and a brother William survive He was confirmed .last April at the Algona (Lutheran church by the Rev. P. J. Braner. iFuneral services were conductet Tuesday at 2 p. m. at the Metho dist church, 'Algona, toy the Rev ROBINSON . (Continued from page 1.) Mr. Hoibinson's watch, and tied. This was at 10 p. m. Three 3ten Arrested. As soon as the bandits left the iRobinsons ran to the son It. H. Robinson's, a quarter of ft mile southwest on the McGregor street road, and thence Sheriff iDahlhftua- er and the Algona police were no- 'Shortly before midnight Davis, who is dark-complexioned and appears to be a Mexican, entered the Silver Gray cafe and inquired the way out of town on No. 169 to Humfooldt. He had been drinking, and his appearance was so peculiar that customers in .the cafe followed him out. They saw him walk to a Buiok sedan parked in front of the Foster furniture store, where he talked with the ocupanta a minute •and then got in. pleaded guilty to driving A «** while intoxicated, and wa« tfhed $400, of which $300 was fluspend- ed. Me is still on parole from this sentence. Martin la well-known here, hat- ng spent much time in and around AlffOna as 1 horsetrader. Me was as* Bociated with Wiley Mines on » farm irt Irvington township a num* toer of years ago. (Lately fte has been at Des iMoines, and an effort is being made to trace him to Kansas with the other .two men and to discover whether they had knowledge of the state inherited by Mrs. Robinson. For Sale ST0H13 FIXTURES, CH E J One shirt caes, i Car Goes Dead. The car was started, and the driver attempted to make a "U" viioi> x<iiu>-\«ai) ,rxi'^\ji»i*f 'wj w*»x* .»»•— * ,.,-_, — — f - - ^ ___t j Mr. Braner the services being held turn at the intersection, but missed - • • and ran into the curb in front of the Hu(b clothing store, where he and Mr. nd Mrs. George Kohl, Winifred 'riday, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob "Winkel Ir., Julius Winkel, Mr. and Mrs. 'rank Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Beck, Ir. and Mrs. R. A. Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Herman, Mrs. John Caughlin, daughter Drusilla, Dorothy Keefe, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ward, and Mr. md Mrs. Otto Engstrom, all of Al- ;ona. The high score was won >y Mrs. Lewis Larson, and Wini- red Friday was low. Arthur Beck, von the travel prize. A surprise ong-distance call from Whittier, 3alif., was received at 11 p. m. :rom the son Howard and daughter, Mrs. Ed Callahan, wiho were heard very distinctly. The guests left jifts for the honoree. were seated at ten decorated with red Eleanor Naunian is Bride— At St. Cecelia's Catholic church Tuesday morning, the iRev. T. J. Davern officiating, took place the marriage of Eleanor E., only daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. George Nauman, northeast o£ Algona, to Leonard J. Klocke, Wesley farmer. small tables candles and hearts in the Valentine motif. Assisting hostesses were Mesdames L. J. Maleug, Albert Grosenbach, F. W. Green, and Thos. Halpin. Waffle Supper for Tencliers— The Mesdames J. G. McDowell, D. C. Ward, and Adrian Burmeister entertained the public school teachers at a waffle supper Saturday evening. The evening was •spent at bridge and anagrams, Dora Carson winning high score at bridge, and Ruth Messenger winning the anagram prize. Farewell for Mrs. Cummings— Mrs. H. V. Hull entertained at one o'clock bridge luncheon Monday in honor of Mrs. William H. Cummings. Table decorations were in red and white in ithe Valentine idea. Mrs. H. L. Gilmore won the high score; Mrs. W. P. French, low. Mrs. Cummings received a guest prize. Overmyer Birthday Observed— iRuth Kriekenbaum and iEvelyn Walters, local teachers, entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer at dinner in their apartment in the there to acommodate the large number of friends who deaired to attend. The attendance was estimated at 1000. 'Burial was made in Riverview. Pallbearers were: Arthur Boettoher, Martin Zimmerman, Bob Post, Andrew (Miller, Walter Beardsley, Kenneth Sarcfi- ett, and Wilbur Steven. The high school teachers, the sophomore class, and the high school band attended the services. Relatives who came for the funeral from a distance were: Mrs. H. F. Buchholz and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goedke, all of Hewitt, Minn. Algona Teacher 23 Years Ago Dies of Pneumonia at D. M. Monday's 'Des Moines Register reported the death Sunday of pneumonia at the Iowa Lutheran .hospital, Des Moines, of Miss Glenn_R. Ogden, who taught English in high school at the Bryant building here 23 years ago. 'She had been a Roosevelt high school teacher- at Des Moines since 1923, teaching history and -special subjects. In 1908 she was graduated from the state university, and 'later she secured a master's degree at the University of Chicago. Two married sisters and a brother survive. Burial was made Tuesday at Willtama- •burg. Miss Ogden and many other teachers roomed at- the Victoria hotel -when C. F. Frane, of the Algona hotel, was employed there, and he knew her well. killed the engine. At this moment officers drove up, looking for a car bearing Kansas number plates whose occupants were under suspicion. The men were arrested before they could get the car started again, and were lodged in Jail. (Friday morning two men from the state bureau of investigation •arrived and made a finger print investigation of the house. One of the agents grilled the three men for hours, but did not succeed in securing a confession. They denied all knowledge of the affair, but could not account for their whereabouts during the evening. Prisoners Have Records. •It lias been found that 'both .Reynolds and Davis have long The bride, who was gowned in light blue silk crepe and carried an arm bouquet of Briarcliffe roses and white sweet peas, was attended by the bridegroom's sister, Myrtle Klocke, who wore rose silk crepe and carried a ibouquet of pink snapdragons and lavender sweet peas. Julius McEnroe, Algona, played Lohengrin's bridal march as the couple entered the church and Mendelsohn's wedding march as they left. Following the ceremony a reception took place at the home of the bride's parents, where a wedding Named Dickinson Secretary- Friday's Des Moines Register reported that Harry 0. Day, World war veteran and former Shenan- •doah 'postmaster, had 'been appointed secretary to Sen. L. J. Dickinson, succeeding Mr. Dickinson's son-in-law, Rollin A. Hunter, now practicing law at Des Moines. "front" of respectability, the law,dinner for members of the families was served at noon. The new- Bon Roblson Party Host— I>on Robison entertained at a card Jiaiity one evening- last wetk. Cards were played at four tables, and guests were Mabel, Eunice, and Everett Bavvman, El'fie Egel, Ever- •ett Van Steenburs, Vivian Miller, Arthur Maasdam, George Anne Cl'ie- gel, Ruby Koepke, \vilford Colema.ii, Cleona Worster, Lewis Egel, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Philp, and Ernest Eeel. •Wedding Dance Is Given— Mr. and Mrs. Oran 'Hudson gave a wedding dance at the I. O. O. F. liall, Algona, this week Monday aiighit, and a large crowd attended. Other Irvuigion News. Mr. and Min A. McLean, Mr. nnd Mrs. K. P. Honey, daughter Shirley, Mrs. Mae Grobe were Mason City visitors Saturday. Tho Henry Lof- 8ng-3, Mason City, spent Saturday night and Sunday with the McLeans. The Jesse Lashbrooks, Algona, visj- led Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. James Stacy's, and the John (Dltsworths at Frank Ditsworth's. Guests a.t Mrs. Anna San-key's Sunday were the Arthur Rileys, Lu Verne, Anna Itamus, and Chester Wildin. The missionary society meete this •week Friday ait the church. The an- «iual business meeting- will bo conducted before tho program. As part >or the program the Rev. A. English Will begin a series of ten-minuta talks on The History of the Christian Church. A covered-dish luncheon will be served. Herman Meyer, Lake Park, who had been with his uncle, Henry Bcheppman, for two weeks, was tailed home late last week. His father, William Meyer, suffered a serious cut in one 'ham' while butchering 1 , and his brother suffered severe attack of appendicitis. It is reported that the Frank Asas are leaving this vicinity, and that Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stiltz will move in where they Vacalte and •work for Alvin Weber. .Mr. Asa had worked for Alvin for several years. The Henry Scheppmans drove to West Bend Sunday to attend a birthday dinner in honor of the eldest daughter, Mrs. Edwin Gade. It is reported that Dan Schultz, Who had a farm .sale recently, has purchased a truck and plans to g-o into ithe. trucking business. A woman's Farm Bureau meeting held all day last week Wednes- at Mrs. Hal Shilling's. There was a good attendance. Tho Aid will meet next week Thursday at the church; Mesdames •John Schultz and George Wolf, liost esses. Mrs. Mabel Potter, Spencer, has been with the O. L. Kilters for sev- of the dinner table thait your own feelings are nothing compared to the supreme necessity of appearing to enjoy everything. The production features a galaxy of screen stars. Marie .Dressier plays 'Carlotta Vance, faded mus- _ ^_ _. ical comedy celebrity of a past day Mr. Klocke. who nevertheless keeps her wit and active interest in life, not to mention : part of the anoney she earned and valuables 'given to her in palmy days. John Barrymore is Larry (Renault, star of the silent screen left behind by the talkies. He give a pathetic performance of imagined grandeur, living on his "face" till a false structure of credit tumbles, whereupon he commits suicide with gas, taking care, however, that his wonderful profile, worth $8,000 a week in the old days, will show to best advantage. Wallace Beery is Dan Packard, crook shyster carried to the heights by money, but forced by his wife to do right by the Packards. Jean Harlow is 'Dan's wife Kitty, married from a dance hall, loose- moraled, as heartless as her husband. Lionel Barrymore portrays Oliver Jordan, head of a shipping business beset by creditors in the depression and in danger of losing his business through Packard, also in danger of losing his life from heart disease. Lee Tracy is Renault's -publicity agent, and perhaps he speaks truth to Renault that seems to have applied to 'himseilf recently in real life when 'he says, "You cockeyed, drunken fool, you're through! You're a corpse in the movies and vaudeville, and on the stage, but you don't 'know it." Tracy hasn't had a Job in the movies since he was canned lyweds gave a wedding dance the same night at the Odd Fellows hall, Algona. They will leave today for a honeymoon trip, and after two weeks will be at home on the Metropolitan Life farm tenanted by Surprise for Charles IKtsworths— Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ditsworth, south of Swea City, were taken by surprise Friday by their relatives, the occasion being their 30th wedding anniversary. A covered-dish luncheon was served at one p. m. to the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ditsworth and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Ditsworth, Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dits- Vera Apartments Saturday night in honor of Mr. Overmyer's birthday anniversary, which was Sunday. Margaret Nelson 16; Party— •Margaret Nelson entertained 12 friends at a Valentine party Saturday evening to celebrate her 16th birthday. The evening was spent at 500, Margaret Bliley winning the high score, Anita iRose Kphlhaas, low, and Ruth Payne a chair prize. Dinner at Eight Special— Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Rice entertained the cast and choruses of The Fortune Teller at a speecial midnight showing of Dinner at Eight after last Thursday night's rehearsal of the opera. 0. E. S. Matrons to Entertain— Past O. E. S. matrons will entertain at bridge at the Masonic Temple next yeek Friday evening at 8 o'clock, with dancing at 9. Following refreshments a quilt will be given away. Wutanyans Elect Officers— The Watanye club elected officers Monday evening: Amy Johnson, president; Dora Carson, vice; Irene Vaudt, secretary; Mrs. Lura Sanders, treasurer. Leeck Farm Sold. Burt, Feb cently sold his farm, northeast of Algona, to a Mrs. Kain. Mr. Leeck plans to purchase another farm. His daughter, Mrs. .Ralph Steward, and her husband have been on the farm. / criminal records. The state bureau of investigation sent up the following particulars: Perl (Pearl) Reynolds—'Arrested Kansas City, 1908, drunkenness; arrested Kansas City, 1909, fighting; arrested Kansas City, 1914, drunkenness; arrested Des Moines, 1914, drunkenness; received at men's reformatory, Anamosa, from Union county, August 12, 1916, on 10-year sentence for perjury. Arrested 'Des Moines, March 23, 1923, charged with breaking and entering, false pretenses, and grand larceny; arrested Council Bluffs, December 31, 1926, as fugitive from forgery charge, and returned to Cedar Rapids; arrested Cedar Rapids, January 2,1926, sentenced six months in county Jail on charges of cheating by false pretenses; arrested Des Moines, December 31, 1926, charge malicious mischief. He is 45 or 4 years old. Davis Once Sentenced. Nelsi (Nels) Davis — Arrested Des Moines, October 18, 1927 charge of grand larceny; arrested Sioux City, March 2, 1931, sentenced to live years at Anamosa March 30, 1931, for stealing chickens; evi- ich, as he was not received at Anamosa. He DOGS, BIG, LITTLE, SCRUBS OR FANCY, JUDGEDJATURDAY A dog show was conducted Saturday by N. C. Rice in connection 1 with the. opening of the serial, The Wolf Dog, at the Call theater. More than 60 dogs were entered, many of them ,purebreds, others evidently picked up from alleys to earn free tickets for the exhibitors. Some were adorned for the occasion with fancy ribbons. The prize for the best all-around Algona dog went <to Chino, owned by Jack'Johnston, Allgona, and the prize for .smartest dog went to Bernadine Towne's Flash. The Bob Goeders dog Laddie was adjudged most like Kin Tin Tin Jr., star in the show. Other prizes were awarded as follows: Shortest dog, Peggy, owner Eugene Wight; longest, IShep, owned by Roland Rickard; largest, Topsy- Turvy, a St. Bernard owned by Mary Runchey, West Bend; tallest, Sport, Beulah Speraw; trick dog, Mitzie, owned toy Herbert Potter; youngest dog, Babe, owned by Wesley Smith; best pup, Lady, owned by H. iL. Hoenck; 'beet ipoint, sport dog owned by Ruby Murtha. Winners of out-H>f-town prizes were: best dog, Skippy, owned by Joe Merrill, Bancroft; Tiny, owned by Ruth Ann Behnke, Whittemore; Jerry, "owned by Othafl Curtis, Led- tors, 1 W-ft. shearer counter. ACT QUICK Joe Bloom BIG FREE CARil Methodist Church Home Builders ami Cent* ary Classes Wednesday Evening February 21, at 7s80 18 carnival booths, big acts, and German band,] Admission free. W,R,C, BEAN SUN Saturday, Feb. 17 Le? Baked Ham Mashed Potatoes—Gravy •Baked Beans Creamed Peas and Carrots | Steamed Brown Bread Perfection Salad Rolls - Jelly Pickles I Cherry Pie Coffee DID YOU READ MY OFFER INTHfl FUNNY PAPER? yard; Neb, owned by Jack Guy, iLu Verne; best all-around dog, Spotty, owned by Patty Ball, Titonka; smartest dog, Trixie, owned by'Dickie tDowns, Titonka. P. H. Seller was Judge of the dogs, assisted toy R. B. Waller and D. E. Dewel. * -r . ou » APOA, AUl DIT2C111I1K Leeck re- dentl led f m Whittemore Beaten Here. The Whittemore Academy was defeated, ! 241-23 in a 'basketball game Sunday afternoon by St. Cecelia's Academy here. The local seconds also won, 27-5, and the local girls won, 18-5. Tomorrow evening the local Academy -plays Corpus Christi, Fort Dodgei here. Sale Dates is '27 or 28 years old. The state bureau had no record on W. W. Martin, but it was discovered that he was arrested here September 11,1926, nine days later Scalded by Hot Water. Whittemore, Feb. 13 — Arthur Kelly, son of the Tom Kellys, scalded one arm and leg Wednesday morning with, boiling hot water that he knocked off of the stove while sweeping. last fall for a drunken episode in Mexico after completion of this picture. Edmund Lowe is Doctor Talbot, love pirate but excellent physician. iBilllie Burke plays Oliver Jordan's wife, greatly troubled over society with a capital "S", spoiled, petty, selfish. Her .part near the close o'£ the picture, -when her husband, losing his business and suffering a heart attack that may prove fatal, approaches the magnificent, as she throws off her imaginary troubles, and rises to self- sacrifice in what is after all perhaps fated to be a useless gesture. One of the best scenes is a few •moments by Karen MorJey as Talbat's understanding and forgiving wife. She has only the few moments, but she makes them count. She is not an "all-star" in the listing, 'but she does as much as the resit to make the picture. The big scene is a knockdown and dragout word fight between Harlow and Beery, who use 'barroom language softened just enough from the play to pass the movie censors. worth and the Walter and Wallace Ditsworths, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ditsworth, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. John Ditsworth. M. E. Worster, Mrs. Cora Virgin, and Harry Ditsworth, Algona; Mrs. Lucy Reaper and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ditsworth, Irvington. Vernette, daughter of the honorees, was also in attendance. The celebration was planned by the son Harold and his wife. A huge wedding cake adorned the center of the table, baked by a niece, Mrs. Walter Ditsworth. Mr. and Mrs. Ditsworth were presented with a floor lamp. Late in the afternoon the guests were served ice cream and cake. Methodist Carnival Announced— The Methodist Home Builders and Centenary Sunday school classes are planning a carnival at the church next Wednesday evening. This will be the first of a series of church activities intended to raise funds to repair and remodel the church before the district conference next fall. Carnival booths and a big evening of entertainment, including the famous little German band, led by John Shilts, will be features. The general committee in charge includes the Mesdames E. A. Genrich, Russell Maxwell, Henry Douglass, and Arthur Helberg, and A. A. Bishop and Burdette Agard. Sub-committees have been appointed for each of the 18 booths. Admission will be free, and the doors will open at 7:30. Bridge Luncheon and Dinner— Mesdames F. C. Scanlan, M. H. Falkenhainer, and W. D. Andrews entertained at a bridge luncheon last Thursday and at dinner followed by bridge Friday night. The luncheon guests were seated at small tables centered with bouquets of spring flowers, and the high scores were won by Mrs. D. D. Paxson and Mrs. M. J. Streit, low by Mrs. B. F. Sorensen. There were 24 guests. Friday's dinner guests were seated at a single table centered with flowers, and liable bridge -prizes were won by Little Girl Gives Party— Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Coffin, entertained nine friends at a Valentine .party Saturday. Games and contests were followed by 5:30 dinner. Other Society. Mesdames G. D. Brundage, -D. C. Mahan, and John Button entertained at eight tables of bridge last Thursday night, and Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf won the high score and the travel prize, Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle being second high, and Mrs. D. D. Monlux third. Mr. and' Mrs. W. A. Barry entertained their bridge club Sunday night ait three tables, Caroline Wernert and J. J. Holtzbauer winning the high scores, C. A. Joynt a heart prize. Mr. Holtzbauer was a olub guest'. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. French entertained three couples at supper and bridge Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. French, Titonka, won the family high score, and F. E. Saiin- ders won a travel prize. Harry Hull Jr. entertained 11 friends at a Valentine party Saturday evening at games and dancing, and ilrma May Deal and Russell Pidkett won prizes. Margaret Bliley entertained at three ta!bles of "50" Tuesday evening. Ruth Payne won the high score; Mary Catherine Hurn, second; Mary Elizabeth Godden, low. A Methodist Centenary class party was held at the church last week Wednesday night. Mrs. C. K. Clark was chairman of the committee in charge. The Alpha Delphians meet next Wednesday at Mrs. P. C. iScanlan's; Mrs. N. C. Rice in charge of program. The Eastern Stars will give another young people's dance at the Temple 'Saturday evening at 8:30. 'Ruth Payne entertained 16 friends at a Valentine party last week Wednesday evening. Bourne Will Speak Today. The Union M. & D. club meets today with Mrs. Norina 'Bailey, who will be assisted by Mrs. Laura Hohenstein. Roll call will toe Believe It or Not, Katharine McCall will play piano selections, and Dr. M. G. Bourne will discuss allergy. City and County D. M. Long announces that he ill quit farming and next Tuesday afternoon will sell his personal property at public auction at the farm four miles east of Algona on McGregor street extended. The offering will include 'three horses and a line of farm machinery. Col. C. O. 'Riddle will be auctioneer, the Iowa State bank, clerk. Mr. Long has for six years owned a home in Algona and has Hived here, but has operated the iplace himself, renting out >part of the land. He is now an ojdtimer in this neighborhood, having come here in 1895 from Dubuque. George Koehn, on the C. (P. Haynes farm, lour miles west of Algona and a half mile north, will offer his farm .personal property at auction nest Monday afternoon, with Col. iL. A. Matern as auctioneer and the Iowa State bank as clerk. The offering will include three horses, six good milk cows, and a line of farm machinery. The Koehn family, which consists of Mr. and Mrs. Koehn , and two little daughters, came -from iRodman a year ago. The Haynes family is coming back to the farm, and that let the Koehns out. Mr. Koehn has so far been unable to find a place, but is still looking for one. He has not decided where he will move. CWA NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 30th day of January, 1934, in favor of J. S. Crowell, as plaintiff, and against Violet Goeders and Anthony Goeders, as defendants, for the sum of Five Thousand Eight Hundred Nine and 35/100 ($5809.35) Dollars and costs taxed at One Hundred Sixteen and G4/100 ($116.64) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Real property, as the property of the said Violet Goeders and Anthony Goeders to satisfy said execution, to-wit: South half (SV£) of the Southwest 'Quarter (8W%) of Section Eight (8) in Township Ninety-five (95) North of Range Twenty-eight (28) West of the 5bh P. M., Kossuth county, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 5th day of March, 1934, at the east door of the Court House in Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m,, of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 3rd day of February, 1934. CARL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kosuth County, Iowa. By Casey Loss, Deputy. J. L. Bonar, Plaintiff's Attorney. 22-23 Feb. 15—W. iS. Taylor, closing out sale, 2% miles west and half mile south of Bancroft. Feb. ,19^0. H. Gehrtz, closing out sale, one-half mile east and 2 miles north of Burt. Feb. 19—^Geo. Koehn, 4 miles west and & mile north of Algona, closing out sale. Feb. 20—D. M. Long, 4 miles east of Algona on McGregor street road. Feb. 21—C. J. Housem'an. Armstrong, Poland 'China bred sow sale. Feb. m— Olerieh & Sons, Rolfe, bred sow sale. Feb. 26—'Henry Frambach, closing out sale, one mile east of Whittemore. 4MAGIC PRESENTS HAGIC INVISIBLE MAGIC TRICK CARDil MAGIC MULTIPLYIN COIN MAGIC TWO-TONtl WHISTLE Buy BUSTER BROW or Brownell's Save the box label. Wti your name and address c thebackandsendittoBu Brown, 16 th and Washiq ton Ave., St. Louis, and| will send you the pres SI8NEB (Continued from page 1.) replacements, but men were not hard to obtain, for the registration list was almost double the number that could be employed. There were 14 women engaged in the sewing projects, and two other women served as school nurses. The county total will rise almost to 150,000 when this week's pay roll has been added. Money Boosts Business. The effects in a business way have been felt in every section of the county, I.or the money has been spread as evenly as possible, with population of the various sections constantly in mind. The money also prevented a severe drain on the county poor fund, which could not have stood the load which would have otherwise been placed on it. As the case has been, the county poor fund has been sufficient to provide relief for the aged and widows or persons physically incapable of work, and at the same time care for persons not able to obtain CWA work. It is believed that if the OWA is continued the pay and hours will be shortened to discourage persons who can, if they will, obtain private Jobs. PUBLIC SALE At the Kiddle Sale Pavilion in Algona, eut of Nortlmes!« tracks SATURDAY, FEB. 17, AT 1:30 O'CLOCK SHM On Saturday we will have our usual amount of live st« consisting of horses, cattle and a number of brood sows some fall pigs. ^ . One mare 9 yrs. old, wt. 1650 and one gelding 10 yvs. oil] wt, 1«50. '' Machinery of all kinds, including one Hayes corn with 80 rods of wire; one disc, one McCormick-Deering sep tor; one 16-ft. line shaft with 'pulleys; 4 incubators, '200 to egg capacity; one l€-wheel disc, . A lot of good chickens, all breeds. Another Job lot of repossessed furniture, consisting chairs, dressers, beds, kitchen cabinets, and other articles « eluding a Shaw piano. Kari Keen trunk for Model A car. Some harness and other articles too numerous to mention. | Bring what you have to sell and buy what you want. If T are looking for furniture or stock come and make this y« sale. Terms are cash. No property removed until settled for. C. O. Riddle, Auctioneer PHONE 7» (List property with Jess Riddle at the Coryell Oil Station, I auctioneer, phone 93. RUMMAGE SALE Just read these prices: Ladies' Rubbers, pair lOc Boys' Pants, pair c___IIIHIsoc Boys' Suits, sizes up to 18 ___"_ $~1.95 Boys' Overcoats, each ""$1.00 Boys' Wool Blazers _~ 450 Ladies' Hats, choice & c Boys' Khaki Pants 25 C 100 yds. Remnants at, yd 10c and 15e Boys High Top Shoes, pair $1,00 Men's Suits, choice of stock $3.95 One lot of men's Dress Shoes or ~~ Work Shoes, pair 7§ c Tennis Shoes, men's or boys' pair~~~~85c Children's School Shoes, pair ~50c Men's Union Suits "~~~~^ Men's Caps ~ to be sold about 10 tt Come early, for this stock must be moved JOE BLOOM Boys' Caps . Boys' Heavy Dull Rubbers _ Men's Knee Boots, $4 value Men's Drawers _! . Men's Dress Shirts without collars -/] Men's 4-buckle~overshoes, pair r Men's White Collars, each .-— Men's Dress Pants, pair ! 1 lot of Boys' Caps _„.,,..._,. 's3uj3joo}g s^Q-jpijuQ silk py Usle, p^ rj Soft Sole Shoes, pair ,_•»„—. J J Boys' School Shoes, pair __ ^ Hand Soap, very best, bar ,— : Children's Union Suits _,._-Soap, Laundry, 6 Jjajs „-.., Boys' Coyeralls, slses up to 18 :

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