Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 5, 1939 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 5, 1939
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ADVANCH. ALQONA. IOWA WRESTLERS TO FACE DODGERS AT 'GYM 1 HERE Ten Numbers on Card at H. S. Tomorrow Evening. The high school wrestlers will meet the Port Dodgers tomorrow evening at the high school gymnasium, and this will be the fifth such event so far this season for the locals, who have won two meets, both from Gilmore City, once on the local floor, once at Gilmore City. They have lost to Mason City and to Eagle Grove. Coach Ridenour and the boys nave worked out twice a clay since Friday to get into trim again, after the holidays, and they hope to win .this meet. There will be exhibition matches in addition to the scheduled card. A feature of the program will be alternation of weights, a 95- pound match being followed by a heavyweight event, etc. This system leaves the middleweights till the tag end of the program. In the past the programs have usually worked from the light weights to the heavyweights. The program in detail follows: 85-pound—Orville Bakken vs. Love. j Heavyweight — Robert Conklin vs. Wafful Jr. ! 95-lb.—Donald McCorkle vs. Me-; Cullough. j 165-lb.—Dale Ehrhardt vs. Rosen Jr. i 105-lb. — Merlin Altwegs- vs.' Koll. " : 155-lb.—John Holdren vs. Carl- WINDOW WINS $100 IN NATIONAL \VINDOW at the Steele Clothing-store the latter part of October was photographed by Will Brown and the photograph en.ered in a national contest sponsored by the Portia hat company « P rh Th \f f* 1 "^ ^ tUs Wind<W - A couple of ^ys before Christmas a check for $1™0 was received by the> Steeles with the announcement that the window had won second place in the contest There were 1000 entries, and judg sg were the president of the Stack-Goble advertising agency the western advertising managers of Bjqulre and of the Crowell publications, the edifor of "Hat" Lfe" and the manager of the advertteto ; service department of Curtis public* ions. The stuffed whistling swans and mallard ducks were sec lre d from the Ernst Luedtke collection at Lotts Creek The rata e eot was made with string, blackened with ink to give the broken raindrop rffect. ItgonaV slore windows in all lines have long bean noted among traveling men ^»si«id» siore 115-lb.—Jerome Nielson vs. Rodenborn Jr. 145-lb.—Lyle (Bud) Anderson vs. Johnson. 125-lb.—Ernest Anfinson or Bob Deal vs. John Larson. 135-lb.— Henry Geilenfeld vs. Black Jr. In the foregoing card the names of the local boys appear first -# HOMESTEAD CREDIT ON TAXES_REDUCED Iowa county treasurers, including Treasurer M. J. Duffy, of Kossuth, were recently ordered to credit all Iowa property owners with only half the year's homestead tax refunds next spring, because of a decline in the yield of the state sales and income taxes. The state board of assessment 1 and review sent registered letters to all treasurers notifing them that the homestead refund money to be distributed next March 2o" "will cover no more than half of the full credit estimated." [ "There may not be sufficient [ available Algona Girl Weds— Elinor Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George G. Cole, Maxwell, and J. Morris Christy, New Providence, were married December 28 at noon at the home of the bride's parents, in a single-ring ceremony. Phyllis Christy, sister of the bridegroom, was the bride's attendant, and Gayle Gildner, Marshalltown, sang two solos before the ceremony. The bride was given away by her father. The bride, who, with her parents, is a former Algonian, was :raduated from the Maxwell high then attended the Wn-Tnn-Yans Begin Jfew Year— The Wa-Tan-Ye business girls' club held its first meeting of the new year Tuesday evening at the Algona hotel. Thirteen girls attended, and dinner was followed by a business meeting. The next meeting will be an informal party I Drowne, and Irl Brumbaugh Em- 1 ' ^ Kt Tuestfav evening at Lulu 'metsburg; Sarah Capestany, of j ^ enhold ' 8 ' Darlen e Stott assist- Laing, Carrie Taylor, and William Presnell. Ponce, Porto Rico; Bob Schmidt, Milwaukee; Thomas Vipond Hazel Walker, and Ray Besch, Algona Helen, Sarah, Frances, and Dorothy all attend Clarke college, Dubuque, Dorothy being a junior and Frances a senior. They attended Lutheran Y. P. S. Elects— The annual meeting of the Lutheran Y. P. S. was held Friday evening at the Trinity Lutheran church, and 35 young people at—. auieuueu tended - Officers were elected- a A ar £ e after the din ner. Frances! President, Rita Will; vice, William and Dorothy returned to the col-,' imm e r man; secretary, Elfrieda Lehmann; treasurer, Elmer Ewoldt; librarian, James Stebbins. »' Year's Dinner at Deal's— Mrs. Bert Deal entertained u..u ^uiuLujr leiurnea to th( lege yesterday (Wednesday). at DOS Moines. She had for the last will v >, , will be, but we "Besides this, we find number of homesteaders is increasing continually, influenced no doubt by the millage credit on the taxes." When the second half distribution is made in October, the letter added, "all persons who have paid their homestead tax in full may be refunded the amount coming to them." This applies to property taxes paid in full in the spring instead of in semi-annual instaliments. Slagle is Elected Mayor of New Port Richeyjn Florida A copy of the New Port Richev, Fla. Press under date of December 16 announces ejection of Frank fclagle as mayor of the village. He had an opponent, and the vote was 34-28 in Slagle's favor. New Port Rlehey is on the gulf side of Florida, and is on the coast at a point^some 25 mile.s north of St. from Tampa as the crow flies."MM f' a e' c ° W DS land there, and for he last several years has lived there. For some years before he there. two or three years been in Bankers Life employ at Des Moines. Her husband, a graduate of Iowa State college, is agricultural teacher in the New Providence consolidated school. The bride was attired in a blue ___ velvet dress and wore a rose cors- :y the full 25 age, and her attendant wore a du- credit ex- bonnet velvet dress, with corsage. . A reception was held at the bride's play ( home for 35 relatives and friends. j Attending from here were the that the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Thorpe, .Bob C. Dewel, cousin of the bride, and Mildrec Rich, of the W. C. Dewel home We h ° Pe must juests were the Robert Simon- sens and Mrs. Elizabeth Morlan of Graettinger; the Richard Soren-i-, r „ . - ••-..— ~^u. a . sens and the Andrew Morlans Al-i Ruth S eaton-Hicks will pre- sona. Mrs. Simonsen and Mrs j 1 , . less °n. which will be on Sorensen are sisters, the elder Cookm S Tender Cuts of Meat. In- Second Lesson Jfext Week— Plum Creek, Union, and Wesley Farm Bureau women will receive the second project lesson next Tuesday at Mrs. Wayne Keith's. Mrs. Ruth Seaton-Hicks will pre- Sorensen are sisters, the elder Mrs. Morlan mother, and Andrew a brother of Mrs. Deal. At 3 o'clock in the afternoon Mrs Paul Strand, Lowell, Ida., called by long distance and talked to all the family. She is another daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Morlan. Cresco Chums Club Elects— ! The Cresco Chums 4-H club was entertained at one o'clock luncheon Thursday by the leader, Mrs i Ralph Brown, at her home. After lunch a business meeting was held, and officers were elected- president, Bernice Reaper; vice Stella Mae Mayer; secretary, Ella Harr; treasurer, Esther Schepp- mann; historian, Lois Barr. A committee composed 'of the five new officers will meet with fclla Harr to make out the programs for the new year. A point system was adopted by which members will receive five points at every meeting for each of the following: attendance, answering roll call, talks and demonstrations, dues unlform . and paying club The members were divided into two groups, with Alice Sparks and JJorothy Ring as captains, and at he end of the year the group with tne most points will be entertained by the losers. After the business meeting gifts were exchanged. The next meet- e . e next meet . I n his 76th ln « will be on January 21 at Lois brought to Algo- 1 Bal ''" s ' ^ installation o f the new '' e new spent winter. rr v' \?- Was " 1UU 6"L iu Aigo- -—• • •>< <"'" installation o nd b> hi., parents in 18M. In youth/ offlcers wi » take place ne was a teacher, and he , two terms as county served superinten- he then In his built many later years here he homes here for rent. Sees Famous Rose Bowl Game Monday Livermore, Jan. 2-Olayton, the youngest of the Jennings Bro , stock f,rm, ] e f t Darly , ast for Pierre and Huron, S. D., and after looking after business Affairs there was to join three oth- G f. men j n a trip to Pasadena to attend the annual Rose Bowl game today. The going trip was to be tTrn'tift V an FrancL ° : the r " i t A/ a • sout bern route to jet Mr Jennings stop a f ew days cher T T f aS t0 contact ™- sJring tn v ther Cattle men *°r spring stockors and feeders Tho Jennings firm w"' ' St. Benedict Girl Bride— of Mr. and Mrs. St. Benedict, and Orville, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kollasch. Whittemore, were mart ned 1 uesday, December 27, at the St. Bened.ct Catholic church by he Rev. Father Kramer. «, T n e T S ou Ple was attended by 7, If , 1 > ollasch . ^e latter a broth- was ,tn° "'! deKroom - The bride was attued in a teal blue formal and her attendant wore a dark,™ formal Both carried prayerbook" I he newlyweds will be at home at Wesley, where the groom »i a garage. A receptii home of the later in the evening a weddin- dance was held at Sexton. ° Visitors Entertained— Christmas dinner and supper were served at L. J. Lowman's Attending were the following relatives and friends M. J. Lowman, Bessie McCullough, Garland, Mayer, all of Colfax, 111.; Ellen Ramsey, Deer Creek, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowman, the Perry Lowmans, Louis Lowmans Jr., the Everett Withams,;Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller, Jacqueline Lowman, Mr Qm-*v, Ml 2' Ben Sloter ' the Ray Smiths, Burt, Merle Miller, of Titonka, and Frank Newel, Algona. Baptist Brotherhood Meets— The Baptist Brotherhood met Tuesday evening with Leslie Stephens, 20 men attending. Assisting hosts were H. N. Kruse and Hiram Sleeker. J. B. Wheelock spoKe on denominational work both foreign and home, and compared the size of the Baptist denomination with that of other churches. Richard Wheelock fa- he group with two clarinet An oyster stew clospri tha meeting. ea the Baptist Aid to Meet— flMl Sfjss, '£ -I'H M ?^VLr» ™ £ Jesse Lashbrook, George , P ?' Th , e ente rtainment commit- Urch ni ta t° f 0MeSdames Do ^ urch, Clinton Sampson, F j ----- ' v "-1*3 VJ-i. AfACtVl,. J.U~ terested women are asked to note a change in place of meeting. Surprise for Whittemore Girl- Twenty young people attended a surprise birthday party Christmas night in honor of Eileen Rochleau at her Whittemore home. The out- of-town guests were Gerald and Robert Gronwall, Mildred and Edwin Harmon, and Darroll Bruns all of Algona, and Noma Scott, Watch Party Is GiTen— ,, Mra - Marguerite Kenefick and Mr - and Mrs. Robert C. Larson en- terta ned at a "watch" party New Years eve at the former's home Twenty^hree men and women attended, and the evening was spent at dancing in the basement. Late refreshments were served. Women's Demo Bridge Benefit— The county democratic committeewomen are sponsoring a benefit bridge party Saturday afternoon in the old postoffice building b"e /5 > Other Society. M™w m ;r C> Steele Pertained Mrs. F. S. Norton and her daughter Eleanor at dinner Tuesday noon Mrs. Norton and Eleanor Jive during the school year at St Paul, where Eleanor teaches, but they have an apartment in the former Norton home here. They plan to leave for St. Paul Saturday: H f St t° f the Nortons w ere and Mrs. M. Morrow, Auduton, , c - H. Williams entertained at dinner Monday noon, guests being Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Bandy, daughter Jane, and Mr. and'Mrs Slips on Icy Step, Suf ferslead Gash Auxiliary to Meet- ihe Legion Auxiliary will meet this week Friday evening at the Legion hall fo r a progmm followed by bridge. J. D. Lowe will a talk on legislation^ d on in- a e aj nst the door casing as he was about to enter tht Bearing oil station. MM Nearin^ f l^r E" Rle^Tw^Se^ pirt^-rT^^^ 6 Wm. C. Dau's division has charge of the serving. The Auxiliary women made a Christmas donation this year of $25 in clothes for local veteran families, and another $15 for clothes and money gifts to veterans' hospitals in the state. McEnroe Sisters Entertain— Frances and Dorothy McEnroe entertained at a dinner party last week Wednesday evening, and attending were Helen Graff; Wayne' .Wrestling. Algona vs Fort Dodge B. A. H, S. GYM Friday, Jan. 6, 7:30 Season tickets good. Single Admission, 20 and 25c Basketball Algona vs Livermore A. H. S. GYM /Tuesday, January io f 7:30 „_ «^ r I of bHtt; TTiotaag Wet «ii, Oft***, ill,: Mr; And Mr*. JauniW, " Soty -r. alttt. R6bcrt l*a»li TtkmOitfan,' and . ' social meeting -bf the Catholic Daughters will be held this week Thursday evening <%ts 8 o'clock at the academy hall. 'Mrs. Lt/cy Hoff- Jtian, -AtM. Mildred'- ..Wlnkel, fthd Donna Dooley will be in charge. Tie Trinity Lulheran Aid 'meets this week Thilrtffty; at the church; Mrs. Carl Pasta lin'd Mrs. M. Loss, hostesses. " : < Rose and Qhristine Areftd entertained at Ne^Year dinner Sunday, and guests ?were the. .Mike 'and Peter Aretfds, Hurt,' the John Arends, St. .Benedict, and Mildred Florence, and Esther Hllbert, Wesley. Mike, Peter, and John are brothers of Rose and Christine,, who ore twins. i Margaret Vigars, Chicago, who was here for the holidays, held open house Saturday evening at her parents' home. Mr. and Mrs. Vigars took' her to Madon City Sunday, and from there she returned to Chicago, where she Is research assistant at Chicago uni- .versity. • «• * Mrs. W. W. Sullivan entertained at a 7 o'clock dinner Monday evening. Guests were Mrs. Daniel Kelly, Emmeitsburg, mother of Mrs. Sullivan, and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Knudson, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Knudson is a sister of Mrs. Sullivan. . Mrs. W. A. Vigars entertained at three tables of bridge Monday REM EMBERS SUKDAY SCHOOL LEADER IN WISCONSIN HAMLET From Monroe, Wis* c»mo> this postal card Tuesday motnlng from 'ono 3. W. StewnrtJ "I hnrc been Infomrcd that Andrew fcterson, a prominent and' welMo'do clttecn of Tonr city, passed nwny, and was bnrlcd n short time before Christnms. "He was otir Tillage merchant many years Jn the town where 1 was born and reared, and was superintendent of the Sunday school which I attended. I would be pleased to hare yon send me a copy of yodr paper containing the account of his death and funeral.* A copy of the paper was sent to Mr, Stewart In response to his request. evening. Family prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs. George Conklin, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gelgel, The Methodist Aid meets today (Thursday) at the church for 1:15 luncheon. Mrs. Frank Green's division will be in charge, and Mrs. D. H. Goeders will present a i>lay, Our Town. The Legion Auxiliary will meet iiiU t «BI0t *JUi 'Jj* ' DJIVU In \ cn»MWy#' & uvi v program, ; fdiMttd by r »r7ahd Mfri, karltt. ,_Mo«ni*h Infofmally enteft»(ned 26 gueaU New * Year'* afternoon at their home. Dr. ahd MfB./M, L. Mcdorkle will entertain their bridge club Sunday evening. There are 12 members. api-ing Lakota Woman Hurt in Saturday Crash Lakota, Jan. 2—Only victim Jn a car crash Saturday. Mrs. Jerry ttk- ena Is a patient at the Buffalo Center hospital with an x arm badly broken near the shoulder. Mr. and Mrs. Ukena, son Paul, and daughter Dorothy were driving home from Marshalltown, where Dorothy From Read the To the statement crcdn., Ledyhrd school board n * for cople* of the Jlvered at the m fendera of American I «ver asked for r that the organization hod had dental attention. A farmer named Holland who was accompanied by his wife and baby drove onto the main road from a I sideroad without stopping, and the 1 om Ukena car was too close to avoid Whun fhn j, .1 ramming his car. Occupants * of, aa kfid f n,* n^? ard both cars other than Mrs. Ukena! ^It de.lvS'and How the board can » more the at the" escaped with slight or no Injuries. Union Pair Reveal: a Secret Marriage Union Twp., Jan. 3—Another secret marriage has been revealed n Union. Stephen Tjaden and Jean Marie Sarchet stole a march on rleiids and were married at Spen- ou ,i U ing tor an all / er last November. 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