Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 22, 1934 · Page 2
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KOSStTTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, tOWA FBBRlTAPv Ba Monarch Range Sale At our store this week there will be a factory representative Friday and Saturday, Feb. 23 and 24. We invite you to look over this line of ranges, the only all malleable iron range.. There will be a special inducement for you during this sale. These ranges can be had on our easy payment plan. Plan to attend whether you need a range now or later. Kohlhaas & Spilles CUT FUEL BILLS !5io5O% CLEAN HOME HEATING WITHOUT DRUDGERY, COAL DIRT ,OR SMOKE, ^ECONOMICAL HOME HEATING Anderson Grain & Coal Co. Phone 308 ELEVEN OTHER SIZES FOR EVERY HEATING PURPOSE FREE FUEL SAVING ESTIMATES BY HEATING ENGINEERS FROM ECONOMICAL AUTOMATIC HEAT HEADQUARTERS USED CAR BARGAINS 1929 Ford Tudor __$120 1928 Ford Sedan __$125 1930 Ford Tudor __$220 1931 Ford Tudor __$265 1929 Oldsmobile Sedan $300 If you are looking for a real bargain see these cars before you buy. We need the room—you need the car. The swing is toward the Ford V-8 Sold 18 new cars this month KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 434 AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa Service— -Salei COUNTY TOURNAMENT Basket Ball TO BE HELD IN ALGONA FEBRUARY 22-23-24-&-26 at the High School Gymnasium Twelve towns will be represented in the tournament, and some of the fastest basketball players in Northwest Iowa will be seen in action Do not fail to be there and yell for your favorites SEASON TICKETS, $1.25 SINGLE, 35c SEASON STUDENTS, 75c STUDENTS, 20c *ay Your Advance Subscription Now Lu Verne Sends Teams to 3 Tourneys WRESTLERS AT CLARION TAKE FIFTH PLACE Lu Verne, Feb. '20—The (boys' and girls' high school basketball teams and the wrestling team all took part in tournaments Friday and aturday. The girls played in the ounty tuornament at Ledyard, >laying to the semi-finals when hey were defeated 20-18. The .boys vere defeated by Renwick in the -little Nine tournament at West Bend, 31-12. The wrestling team vent to Clarion for the district neet. There were nine schools epresented, and Eagle Grove won be tournament witihi 44 points. Lu /erne placed fifth with three oints. Lester Mattoon, Gene and lorris Farrell went to the semi- nals, and De Rae lachty was in he finals. irl Scouts Entertain Mothers— Mothers of Girl Scouts were uests at a tea given by their augihter at the city hall last hursday afternoon at 5 o'clock. program was given which includ- d a musical reading, Little Boy lue, Maxine Smith; reading, At a's Breakfast, Betty Burtis; read- ig, Shadows, Dolores Voss. Katheen MCClellan, Kathleen Sanford, nd Mary Alice Bigings gave a skit n A Girl Scout's Duties to Be seful and Help Others. Phyllis ic'hty and Marie Scribner gave a kit, Hosa. A quartette singing Whispering (Hope was Carmen. r ermerspn, Eloise Brown, Elinor ae Woito, and Pearl Scribner. alloying a social hour Captain ortridge poured tea and the girls erved. r omen Entertain Husbands— One of the outstanding social vents of the winter was held last hursday evening at J. E. Linde- ak's, when the J. J. club women ntertained their husbands at a rogressive rook party. (Rook was layed at eight tables, with Mrs. loyd Zentner and Bernard Wolf inning high scores, and Mrs. Wm. efty low. Edw. Dehnert won the hair prize, and Chas. Wolf the ravel prize. At the close of play tfreshments were served toy the qmmittee in charge, Mesdames indebak, Chas. Wolf, Bernard Volf, Irvin Chapman, and Harry ichty. 'o Bring Household Goods— Emil Meier, wfao moved here rith his family from Burfordville, lo., in Decemiber, left Saturday by ruck to return with their house- old goods. He was accompanied y his brother, Ernest Meyer, idheyedan, and the two will spend week or so with their mother at Burfordville before returning. The Beyers have rented the Engel resi- ence and will make their home here after March 1. They have jeen spending the winter with Mrs. leyer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Benedict. Hood Will Club Elects— At a meeting of the Good Will lub at Mrs. George Wolf's last Thursday officers were elected for ihe coming year: president, Mrs Elmer Emory; vice, Mrs. Paul Blumer; secretary, Mrs. J. J. Wad- eigh; treasurer, Mrs. Julius Strip ing. A social afternoon was en oyed and lunch was served by the lostess, assisted 'by Mrs. Bert San cey. The next meeting will 1)i leld March 15 with Mrs. Henrj Blumer, Mrs. Herman Myer assist mg. ' Aid Meets in Thro© Groups— The Methodist Aid departed from the usual program last week an served in 'groups at the Arthur Hof Peter Thompson and Harold Phil lips homes. A program was give) at each place and lunch was servei by committees with a total o $22.50 as proceeds. The larges group was served at the Arthu Hof home. Observe Wedding Anniversary— Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hanselmai observed their first wedding anni versary a week ago Monday and group of friends and relative spent a social evening at thei home, with 500 and hearts furnidh- ing the entertainment for the even ing. Several relatives from Game were present. Bay of Prayer Observed— Services for the Day of Praye were held Friday afternoon at th Evangelical church with a good at tendance. The Rev. Mr. Baddele gave a short talk and representa tives from the various churcfoe took part in the program. Mis Florence Hof sang a solo for spec ial music. Club Has Anniversary— The Eighth anniversary party o the Tuesday club was held at th city hall last \yeek Tuesday even mg. At that time the families o the members were invited to chicken pie supper, and 70 attend ed. After supper a program wa given and games were -played. Surprise Party is Given— Twenty-five neighbors and otftie friends surprised Mr. and Mrs Henry Kubly at their home Satur day evening in honor of the Kubly 31st wedding anniversary, evening was spent at -games visiting, and a lunch was brough by the guests. Valentine Party is Given— Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillips en tertamed a group of friends at Valentine party last week Wednes day evening. Hearts furnished th entertainment for the evening, an Mrs. Paul Phillips and Harry Lich ty won prices. A dainty lunch wr served. Two Daughters Are Born— Daughters were born recently t Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Pergande an to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wegner. Other lu Verne News. The Henry Kublys and the Edwi Martys were Sunday .guests at Ja O'Connors, near Goldfield. T& O'Connors are friends of the Kub •lys, wiho are moving March 1 Minnesota. Swea City, Feb. 20—Fttends of the i. S, Pearson, who nire moving 1 to 'alrmorut mset week, grave a sur- riso party tut the Lmther League all laelt week Tuesday evening-. Sev- ral friends made short talks after ihilch tho evening was spent so- ially. The party was planned by the .•Id and trustees of the church of nhlch tho (Pearsons arc members. hity were presented with a set of alad forks. They' will move Ito Fair- vont next week, where Air. Pearon has purchased a suburban gro- ery, Eatlicrvillo Orchestra Plays— The Estherville little symphony rclvesitra gave a program In tho Igh School auditorium Sunday eve- ing 1 to a full house. The churches o closed, and Rev. O. R. gio- lens preached before the concent. Irs. T. C. Mann gave two readings •*hloh were well received. Mrs. Mann ormerly taught voice dn Efcther- ille. The orchestra Is one of. the est of its kind in this part of the omiitry, and came under auspices C ,the Parent-Teachers association. nnunl Oil Meeting Held— Thursday the Citizens Service oil o. held Ife annual meeting in (the egion hall. Dinner was served by ho (Methodist Aid to more than 50 ion. James Stark, head of the Iowa arm Bureau Service company, poke. George Pearson was elected irector to succeed Ed. Rohlin. The oinpany plans to add one new bulk ink to th© present equipment. In r - erest was paid on stock and eleven ew shares c-f stock sold. Ray Lord s manager at this polnlt. o Teach at Iowa City— Dr. Lynn Dlrkson has sold Ms ental practice In Montezuma Biid rill teach In the school of dentistry t Iowa City. Dr. Dlrkson taught lex-e last year, going to Monttezum^ bout six months agx>. Mrs. Dlrkson •as Bernlce PayeUite, a Swea City Irl, and is a graduate of Cedar Falls Teachers college. She taught everal yeai-s proir to her marriage t Anikeny. Utend wedding of Actors- Mrs. Mary Moalts, J. Iva Moats nd Alefhea Erklund drove /to v hompson Thursday evening to ot- end the wedding of two of the Til- oti-GuthrJe players, who were married at 12:01 a. m. Friday, the Rev. dr. Heddle, of tho Methodist church ffioiaSting. A reception was 'held at he hotel following the ceremony. Th an O. S. Pearsons, Swea City, Plan to Move to Fairmont iilshed the amusement, Wie post cleared about $45. Crowd for Baptist Guild— Mesdatnefi Hagbert Olson, Norman Anderson, and Bernard Peterson entertained a large crowd at thte gular meeting of the Baptist guild Friday. Mrs. Wallace Nelson' and Mrs. James Saunders gave a missionary lesson and Mwjorde Heteton furnished music. Legion Party Clears $45— The Legion Post held its yearly arnival last week Tuesday evening. The rooms were crowded to capa- ity. A dance was iheld upstairs, vhiile down stairs the corn gam'e, several other games, with eats fur- Eastcp Plans iAro Made— Tiho Methodis* Sunday school board held regular monthly meeltlng Thursday at Frank Thomsen's with 20 present. Plans were made for Boater program. The church will hold revival services for somo weeks beginning Easter Sunday. N«w Daughter for Sweanoys— (Mr. nnd Mrs. Sweaney, wtoo formerly resided here and w*ho are now living in Carroll, are parents c-f a daughter born recently. Mr. Swm- ney was Smith-Hughes director here last year. Mrs. Earl llanscn Recovering— Mrs. Earl Haneen, who Is a patient in a, Des Moines 'hospital, is reported <as recovering, but will remain there for some weeks yet. Mr. Btensen visited her there last week, Attend Terror Victim's Funeral— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomson and daughter June attended the funeral of C. C. Robinson to Algona Monday. Mr. Thomson was a pall .bearer. Plover Defeats Locals 30-18— The Swea City basket ball team lost 30-18 to Plover Friday night. Plover brought a large delegation. Other Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomson and Mrs. S. Warburton visited' ibhe Rev. Weavers in Rutthven Sunday. The Rev. Mr. Weaver was formerly padtor here. Mrs. Weaver, who has been very sick, is much improved. Vivian Kinney returned from the Iowa city hospital laelt vreek. lit was thought his trouble was appendicitis when ho went there, but it'he Doctors there pronounced it nervousness. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Peterson enter- Itaimjd ait bridge Friday evening. Mrs. Mae Rohlin won high score and Mrs. S. Warburton low. Mrs. Geo. Heetland and Audrey Hastings, Edith Buxton and M. Carson, Lakota, were visitors here Saturday. Mrs. N. E. Noble Is spending a few weeks at Samuel Warbunton's. She is Mrs. "Warburton's mother. Th e Methodist Aid ihela dts regular meeting last Wednesday. A large crowd -was present. SHOWER GIVEN AT IRVINGTON FOR NEWLYWED Irvington, Feb. 20—More -than |100 vere served at a shower honoring Mrs. Oran Hudson, a)t the Church larlor 'Saturday afternoon. Early n the afternoon the gifts were opem- ed. Later in the church a shout program was given: Radhel Becker, accompanied at the piano toy George Anne Geigel, played a violin solo; a i-eadiTig was {riven by Evelyn "Pratt, of Algona; Geogre Anne Geigel, accompanied by her mother, played two clarinet solos. Hostesses were Mesdames U. B Frankl, Fred Geigel, and Martin Becker. Missionary Society Elects— T-he missionary society met Friday afternoon at ithe church parlor Mrs. Wm. Boldridge was in charge of ,the devotional meeting. Hymns were sung and the Rev. A (English offei-ed prayer. Magazine articles were read by Mrs, "V. J. Schiehitl Mrs. Boldridge and Mrs. K. P. Honey. The .Rev. A. English gave a 10 minute talk on *he history of Ithe Christian church. This was the first of a series of .talks on Ithis subject. At the close of the meeting 1 the annual business meeting was conducted. All officers were re-eledted President, Mrs. Nina Sahlchtl; vice, Mrs. Wm. Boldridge; secretary, Mrs, T. B. Wickwire; treasurer, Mrs. (M. "'. Roney, Elevator Kcclocls Directors— The annual business meeting of the Irvingiton farmers elevator was conducted ait the elevator office last week Wednesday afternoon. Directive whose three year Iterm of office had expired and who were reeleotec are John Capesius, John Erpeldlng and James 'Black. iSimeon Leigh anc and Frank Capesius were elected to succeed John Johnson and John Zeller. Directors whose term of office have not expired are Harry Saibin Edw. Mawdsley, Clarence Mawdsley and Hugh Raney. Clarence Mo-wd- isley is president and Harry Sabin is vice president. Called by Brother's Illness- Mrs. Alice Dui-yea lefit Saturday for Ralph Campbell's, Seneca, and with Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, will go to Starbuok, Minn., to visit hei brother Stewart Green, who recentl, suffered a serious .stroke* Mr. Green is not expected to live. He'is th~ son of the late Mr. and Mrs.James Green who owned the farm now be- onglng to Mrs. Duryea, where Ithe Ralph Lages live. Mr. Green was born and reared there and later pur chased and lived on ,Uie farm no\v owned by the Fred Geigels. Good Will Club Elects— The Goodwill club mat with Mrs George Wolf last Thursday after••noon, Mils. Bert Sankey assisting and 30 women attended. The annua busisess meeting was conducted Officers are: president, Mrs. violdl Emery; vice Mrs. -Paul Blumer; sec rc-tary, Mrs. Lillian Wadleig'h- trea surer, Mrs. J. Stripling. F orm6l 'Officers were respectively Mrs Emma Krauae, Mrs. Harry BJumer Mrs.' Geo. Wolf and Mrs. Lena, 'Stripling. Mrs. Loerwald was added to (the membership. ««*u«u Embroidery Club In Meeting— The Creecp embroidery club mat ast week Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Summer Parsons. Business meetings are to start promptly at 2 'O'clock hereafter. A short program was given Wednesday. Next meeting will be Mardh 14 with Mrs. iBen Terhune. Roll call is to be 6t °~trlck quoitations. George Scufflinms Surprised— The George Scuffhams were honored with a surprise farewell party Friday evening. Mrs. Simon Leigh managed ithe surprise by inviting the Scuffhams to her home Tor Friday evening dinner, other quests arrived latter in the evening and 500 was played at riine -tables Birthday Surprise is Given— The Fred Doles, Simeon Leighs, Peter Halsruds, Geo. Scuffhams and the John Bockes family drove to the Stephen Loss farm Sunday evening- and surprised Mrs. Lo SS ln hon J her birthday. The guests furnisher refreshments late In the evening. Surprise for Martin Beckers A large group of neighbors drove to Martin Becker's -Monday evening with well filled lunch baskets, for a surprise farewell party. The Beckers will soon move to a farm near Hurt. Other Irvington News. Mrs. Lily Baskin, Omemee, N L>. t who has been visiting friends in Algona, spent .Friday witlh her former schoolohum, Mrs Frank Diitsworth. Mrs. Baskin was formerly Lily Bower, and lived with her parets on the farm where the Ted Harrj now live. Mrs. Baskin planned to go to St. Paul Sunday to visit relatives before returning to Omemee, where Mr. (Baskin i s superintendent of schools. Mr. and Mrs. (Sidney Howard, Ma. son City, were recent guests at Ben Terhune'a Mrs. Terhune and Mrs Howard, now employed -with the International Harvester Co., wel -e school chums. Mrs. Terhune and Mi- Howard .had not yet met for 30 years. Mr. Howard was manager of the elevator at Cylinder years ago. Dinner gusts at O. L. Miller's Sunday were the Vern Mangels, Livermore, Mr. mid Mrs. Forbus Stilts Edna Bunkofske and Howard Clark' all of Bunt, and Mr. and Mrs. Will-' ard Gregson, Algona. The Ellott bkillings and Robert Canneys Algona, were evening guests The Frank Asas were Sunday visitors In Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kulow and son Jerry were re^J' 8 !' 1 , 01 ' 3 near Ames ; Eileen bmitih, Livermore, recently visited her sister, Mrs. Douglas Rjley; Lucile Dole recently visited with Mr and Mm Bob Loss. John Loss recenty returned from Oakdale, where he hod been for a day or two with his seventeen year old daughter, Rose, who 'is a na- toent there. She is doing as well as can be expected. Rose was (taken to Oakdale in October Mildred, daughter of Mr. and Mrs John Grey, Winnebago Minn, un' derwent an emergency -operation for wL'^r 1 , Ot ** "W"*"* «* the PARISH NIGHT OBSERVED AT LOTTS CREEK Letts Creek, Feb. 2,0—The annual Parish, night was held Friday evening at the Lutheran school hall. The opening of the program was a selection by ithe little German' band, of whidh Otto Ruhnke, cornet player, is leader. Others in the band are Arnold Meine, cornet; Ijawrence Qeitzenauer, clarinet; •Nick Gengler, snare drum; Arthur Zumach, bass drum; Martin Meyer, itromUxme; Noah (Reisner, trombone; William Meyer, bass horn; Martin Schmidt, alto. A quartet composed of Hugo Faulstidh, tenor, William Schmiel, second tenor, Otto iLeis- ener, baritone, and Adolph Fertl, bass, gave several numbers. The iRev. Mr. Fiene gave an address and read a poem entitled "Von ein lausi ein elephant geworden." Five hundred was played later, and high score was held by Mrs. Emil Laabs, and low by 'Emil tLaabs. Euchre and checkers was also played by some. Edwin Lieb and Herbert Potratz were selected to (help Noah Reisner on the next entertainment. Move to Austin, Minn.— Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes left last Thursday morning for Austin, Minn. They were accompanied by Mrs. Oscar Kohlwes and three children, who will in'ake their /home there where they rented a furnish?ed house. Oscar is employed as a mechanic in one of the garages. The John Kohlweses also visited other friends, and also the Austin packing plant. They returned Saturday evening. Californian in Visit— Mrs. .Eugene Walker, of Pasadena, Calif., came Saturday morning for an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arth%r Orey- er, and other, relatives and friends. Mrs. Walker will probably be better rememibered here as Hilda Dreyer. This is the first time she has been (here since she moved away with, her parents seven years ago. Boy for Arthur Rusclics— A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rusch last -week Wednesday morning. The Rusches have two other children, a girl and a boy. Mrs. John 'Schallin, aunt of Mrs. Rusch, is caring for the mother and baby. Church Services Thursday— Lenten church services will be held this week Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in English instead of Thursday morning. German lenten services will be held next week Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. Corn-Hog Meeting is Held— Committeemen on the corn-fliog program met at the Center schoo Wednesday for the last chance to Bign the corn j hog contract Ibefore election of the permanent organization. Whittemore Wins Tourney—; Lida and Bertha Potratz attendee the basketball tourney at Ledyarc Saturday afternoon and evening Whittemore won the tournament They accompanied the Whittemore team. Other Letts Creole. Mrs. Charles Carkladrer, of Big Stone Uake, s. p., and Gregory Ramer, Algona, visited Friday afternoon at Richard Potratz's. The Carkladrers formerly lived on the Durant place now occupied by God frey Geilenfelt. William Liesener was one of the pall bearers at Mrs. 'Locke's funeral Saturday afternoon at the Merritt funeral home in Algona. Burial was made in Bancroft. Mrs. Locke was an old friend of Mr. Liesener. The Y. P. s. will meet Friday evening at the Lutheran school hall Esther, Lida, Martin, and Hugo Potratz are on the serving committee, and entertainment is toy Elmer Pi- jahn, and Margaret and Lorina Laabs. 'Edna Hantleman visited Thursday, witih her aunt, Mrs. iEddie Kres- sm. She had just returned from Cedar Rapids, but ia leaving soon for St. Paul. She is a dietitian. •A card .party was held Sunday evening at Alex Radig's in honor of Mrs. Radig's 44to birthday. Mrs Nick Gengler won high score and Mr. Emil Laabs low at 500. Mrs. Herbert Potratz spent Wednesday and Thursday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Schultz,' Whittemore, helping with butdh- enng. Peter Elbert and Richard Potratz sold tickets for the Roosevelt dinner Tuesday night at the hU school auditorium in Algona Mrs. Walter Thompson, of Lone Rock, spent test Thursday with (her mother, Mrs. Emilie Heidemvith, at William Liesener's. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mittag were Sunday evening guests at H. T, is recovering Morris Parsons underwent a minor 'operation for the removal of Q fatty tumor on his forehead, one day last week. Loils, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Elmer Dole has been on tho Spring Beauty Wbfild you like ft coiffure created Just fop you? Theft eohie to the Marigold fieatity Shopfee when Mrs n •, returrs front New Y6rk, where she is sjKaidihg a month in . loy of iiett beauty.- soar <4 Heads are being Pressed high and very elaborito breaking into curls on the very top, a bahg here, a hrusi,n,i i Cven effect there, perhaps aome sculptured curls of a braided " .i, . .there is no way of predating what Mrs. ±»ailev w """"" gest for you, Whatever it is, the effect will be superb v pletely individual, for every permanent -wave, every C ui wave is created Just for you. Why not wait until Mrs. Dailey returns before you mm™ "decided change in your coiffure, even a haircut now might iSH 4«rUn4> nttrt tfl*n*itM */* nttMAlri •*/•»** MM.« ""h'H, i*>\)Q\\ what she wants to create for you. skin. Let her advifle you on your spring make-up and care of y , your Have a manicure that is different. Mrs. Dailev's fi,i, , individuality goes rigrlit to your finger tips. Why have '! your nails done like everyone else? Have a shade of polish ii«i that has been sponsored by the smartest women o£ Ne w York Marigold Beauty and Cosmetic Shoppe PHONE 9m Farmers Elevator at Wesley Closes Year With Profit n,™ - 13-A meeting of the Wesley Farmers' Cooperative society was held at KleinpeS tall last week Monday, it was £ ttende ?- and was presided <by 0 , i A * vac ancy caused by tihe death of his father, George a Lud- Vn«8? r cent stock Dividend and $2,000 patronage dividend were f. emclared - la spite of the hard times and a depreciation of ?800 in 1933, a net gam of more than S3 von and Olaf Funnemark, secfer. The Advanco : -T ~~" ">ifeographing Uiat can be told fm » tue oristafU copy. You W U1 be *£* at the superior work done »t such reasonable price. Here is why our Spring suit selections will be so large— Some of our customers are happily married . . . and some are happy bachelors. The married men looked at thousands of young ladies before they made a choice.... and the single men are looking yet. The men who had a city full to choose from, for a wife, wouldn't be satisfied with a one way assortment of suits ... and . . . How could we expect to please a bachelor with a handful of patterns WHEN HE HASN'T BEEN ABLE TO MAKE UP HIS MIND WITH A WORLD FULL OF GIRLS? Zender & Caldwell Spring Suits 17.50 22.50 24.50 29.50 Zender & Caldwell CLOTHING AND SHOES ALGONA Only a few more days left to take advantage of our February Low Prices K you need Furniture or Linoleums Buy Now! Beat assortment — lowest prices in Northwest Iowa FOSTER'S Furniture Co.

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