Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 21, 1939 · Page 10
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/»AOB TEN MUSIC CONTEST MAR, 30-31 AND APR, UT BURT Schools i n Northern , Iowa to Stage Big Competition. .Rotary Club Heart H. S. Debate Team The Rotary club heard the high school debating team discuss advisability of an alliance between the United States and Great Brit- Ian at the noon luncheon yesterday. On the team are Ruby Turner, Mary Cruikshank, Edgar Schmiel, and Russell Buchanan. jThey were introduced by Mr. Attle| son, debating coach. The team I took part in a distric.t meet at | Spencer recently, and there won j the right to enter a state tournament at the University next week Thursday and Friday. K0881TTH COttNTt APVANCB. ALQONA. IOWA Burt, Mar. 20—The annual sub- district music contest will be held at the school auditorium hero next week Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. This will be one of seven such contests in the North Central district, and contestants receiving a ranking in Division I will advance to a district contest at Eagle Grove April 13-15. Twenty-three schools will enter approximately 900 contestants in 43 events in the sub-district contest. There will be eight sessions, two Thursday, three Friday, and three Saturday. Competition will start Thursday afternoon at one o'clock. The first four sessions will be devoted to vocal music; the last four to instrumental music. Twenty-three Schools Entered. The following schools have entered contestants: Class A — Algona; Class B—Britt, Emmetsburg, Buffalo Center; Class C — Armstrong, Bode, Burt, Corwith, Fenton, Graettinger, Lakota, Ledyard, Lu Verne, Mallard, Ottosen, Ringsted, Ayrshire, Swea City, Thompson, Titonka, Wesley, West Bend and Dolliver. The schools are classified as follows: Class C — enrollment in grades 9 to 12, 150 or less; Class B—enrollment of 151 to 400 in high school; Class A—enrollment of 410 to 800 in high school: Class AA— enrollment over 801. Changes have been made in conduct of the music contest series for this year. In the past contestants have been given ratings as superior, excellent, average, and below average ratings, but this terminology will now be used only In the state contest. Change in Rankings. Contestants will this year be awarded rankings in contests below the state contests in "divisions" I, II, III, IV. Only contestants who receive a Division I ranking will be eligible to advance to the district contest. Another change has been made, relative to competition in solo events. In the past the schools have competed on the same basis regardless of size, but now repre- entatives of Class AA and A schools will vie with each other, and Classes B and C schools are grouped together. Small Admissions Charged. Last year the contest in this district revealed outstanding individuals and groups. The Thompson high school band won superior rat- Ing in the state; Richard Keen, tenor soloist from Algona, was awarded the same ranking in the regional contest. It is expected that the class of music this year will surpass that of last year, this because interest is growing from year to year. The Britt high school, with entries in 17 events, and Thompson, with entries in 19 events, will en- BEN WINKIE STILL HALE ATJJ4 YEARS B. H. Winkle, Algona oldtimer, ' reached his 84th birthday Sunday, | and in honor of the event the Winkie son Clair, near Titonka, his j family, Ben's brother Edward, Ed- j ward's wife, and the sister Jessie i appeared for dinner, bringing I plenty of "eats" for a big feast. | Mr. Winkle is still in good ; health, and with his wife, the former Ida Potter, to whom he wa married here, lives on west Me Gregor street. Mr. Winkle, wh was born in Wisconsin, has no lived in this county 63 years. H was brought to Algona by his par ents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Henr Winkie, who for some years con ducted a hotel across the trae from the Milwaukee station. After Mr. Winkie grew up an was married he remained in Algo na for a number of years and wai employed at draying and othe such work. He bought a home in Third ward, later trading it for an SO-acre farm on the west side o the present No. 169 paving at thi Black Cat bridge. There he and Mrs. Winkie lived for some 30 years before they sold the farm retired, and moved back to Algona. Mr. Winkie is about town daily He affects a cane made from an old umbrella, though he really doesn't need it to get about. Former Dnrt Tenth Weds— t stead of Mrs. Christopher McWhor- r.?.. m .* r 'l ase _ ot cla A r _ e ' young-1 ter's. Election of officers will take est son of Mrs. Grace Watkins, of Burt, to Opal, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Johnston, place. Grace Phillips and Laura Raney are nominating committee. Roll call will be on garden hints. tit,,- ™ LI . . , --««>••.»«., .iu.i i,an >viii UB uu guruen uiius, T^rM, M 'l A P , aC ° at B1Ue and ther ° Wl11 b6 a Seed nnd P lant Earth March 4 at 4 p. m. at the exchange Methodist parsonage, the Rev. Mr. • Reed officiating in a single-ring W. H. 3F. S. to Meet Thursday—' ceremony. Brvln FrouUi and Vera The Methodist Woman's Home *unk were attendants. The bride Missionary society will meet Thurs- WOl'P (I lT>ao_on1r*«nr1 rvA*..M - til. _i__*. wore a" rose-colored gown, with shoulder corsage of roses, and her accessories were black. Immediately following the cere- day afternoon at 2:30 at the church, and hostesses will be Mesdames W. C. Irelan, D. J. Bredall, Raymond Beamish, W. A. Dutton, «-. i » t v.o»v. .invjuiunu ut;uuiiaii, \v. >v. umion, rnony, which was attended by the H. M. Harris, H. R. Rasmusson, bridegrooms mother, brother How-1 Ben Sorensen, Jesse Willev, and ard the latter's wife, the bride's j Roy Brownell. Mrs. N. A.' Smith family, other relatives, and friends will'lead devotions, and Mrs. W. L. numbering 20, a reception was giv- Whitney will continue review of at the Wellington hotel, where iti.-> text book. The American City a wedding dinner was served, Ta- and Its Church. Mrs. Anton Dldrlk- b es were decorated in pink and sen will have charge of a Lenten olue, and a wedding cake decorat- ' ed in white and trimmed with pink baked by the bridegroom himself. ter the largest groups of contestants In the sub-district contest. Eleven concert bands have been entered. The Class B bands will play Saturday afternoon, and nine Class C bands will play Friday evening. Admissions for the contest will be 20c and 30c a session, or 50c and 75c for season tickets. AMES GARDEN EXPERT TO TALItJN FLOWERS Adopting the horticulturist's verdict that the best gardens are planned around winter hearth j fires, many Kossuth homemakers j w.ill meet this week Thursday to discuss summer flower beds. J. B. Wingert, floriculturit sent by the State college Evtension Service, will conduct a meeting in the afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Algona 'library assembly room and that evening at 7:30 at the Swedish Lutheran church, Swea City. The meetings will be public. Mr. Wingert will discuss dependable varieties of perennials, and the discussion will include reports of trials of varieties in college and other experimental gardens. Colored slides will be used to illustrate. Methods and times of starting, soil and exposure requirements, and the combatting of flower-garden pests will be among other topics. Questions on perennials and other garden topics will be answered. formed the centerpiece of the bridal table. The bride is a graduate of Blue Earth high school, and lu . the last year had been employed in the office of Doctor Holler. Watkins grew up near Burt auu attended the Burt high school. For the last three years he has been employed as a baker. The couple have gone to housekeeping in an apartment at Blue Earth. Cresco Club Has 1'rogram— The Cresco Mothers & Daughters club met Wednesday with Mrs. D. D. Sparks, Mrs. B. F. Sparks assisting. Eighteen members and four guests attended. The guests were Mesdames A. D. Lehman, Hubert Schoby, and Charles Runchey, Hobarton, and Mary Runchey, P. T. A. District Program Announced Mrs. H. L. Gilmore, second vice president of the north central district of the Iowa Congress of Parents and Teacher, announces an annual spring district conference at Mason City this week Friday. Mrs. Gilmore will give the response to greetings at a morning session and will preside at an afternoon session. Algona. The meeting was opened with My Wild Irish Rose, and rol call was answered with Iris okes. After a business meeting program was given: Skit, Hiring a School Teacher VIesdames Eva Potter, Flossy Scho ).v, Evelyn Clayton, Bernetta Mar in, Belle Moore, and Katherin Vipond; magazine article, What i. Wrong With Our School? read bj Evelyn Clayton; talk on the same ubject by Luella Sparks; a dis ussion of the same topic. " A report on a county federation meeting at Titonka was given by Irs. E. C. Potter, and it was an- ounced that the next county meeting would be on April 11 at tlgona, with the local rural clubs s hostesses. Election of county fficers wlil be held, and Mrs ioughton will speak at 11 a. m. A hostess number, selection on n electric guitar by Burell Kelly, losed the local club's meeting, he next meeting will be on March 9 with Mrs. B. H. Potter, Mrs ohn Ulfers assisting. Pin in Creek Club Meets— The Plum Creek Social and Literary club met at Lydia Sampson's Wednesday, and roll call was answered with poutlry hints. A speaker from a hibred seed company gave a talk on hibred chickens. Madora Torine asked questions out of a "blue book," and a report on the county federation meeting at Titonka was given by members who attended. The next meeting will be at Nellie McWhorter's in- play. Father and Son Banquet— An annual father and sons banquet will take place Friday even- the ing at 7:30 at the Methodist church for sponsored'by the Epworth League, id in Glen Roland will lead group sing- Mr, ing; special music will be present- and ed by high school boys directed by H. R. Rasmusson; a toast, My Ideal Lad, will be given by John Weber; and another toast, It's Up to You, Dad, by Howard Genrich. The Rev. M. P. Arrasmith, Storm Lake, will give an address. Program for Ucl Canto Club— The Bel Canto club will meet luncheon committee, and assist- eon at Mrs. M. G. Bourne's. Mrs. C. C. Shierk is chairman of the luncheon commidteei, and assistants are Mesdames Archie Michel, R. P. Norton, Wayne Wright, and Casey Loss. Mrs. Agnes Vohs will be leader, and the topic will be chamber music. Mrs. Vohs, who is from West Bend, will bring four girls to illustrate the music. Highs Hostesses to lows— The Aces High bridge club will meet tomorrow (Wednesday) at Mrs. Roy Wooldridge's. The highs in a series of games will entertain the lows at lunch at Cook's, after a session of bridge. The highs are Mesdames F. J. Laing, Elmer Phillips, Frank Vera, and Wooldridge, and the lows are Mesdames Henry Furst, Marion Burbank, James Allen, and Chris Wallukait. Union M. & D. Meeting— Union Twp., Mar. 20—A Mothers & Daughters club meeting scheduled for this week Thursday will be held at Mrs. Mame Winkel's instead of at Mrs. Bob Harvey's. The program will be roll call on My New Neighbor; paper on the Seeing Eye, Anna Marlow; Labor on Wheels, an article, read by Julia Taylor; recitation, Shirley Harvey. Skating Party at Titonka— A group of some 20 Baptist young people had a roller-skating party Friday evening at Titonka. They were accompanied by Rev. F. 2. Volzke, pastor, and Edna Mae Sill was chaperon. Other Society. The Congregational Bible S. S. lass will meet this afternoon Tuesday) at 2 o'clock -with Mrs. D. Richards, Mrs. William Deh- BROTHER AND SISTER PASS ON SAME DAY ukait led devotions. The lesson, «L. y ... . . * • .. dramatization. Thru India's Gates \Vm. Wetzel, OF LOUS &M \fn>ltnnt \f 1 r«n 1 n«4 ft W n B T\t*nCm*f0fl I nert and Mary Duryca assisting The Congregational L, 0. A. Sunday school class meets with Mrs. R Ji Murtagh Thursday evening at. 7:30. Mrs. E. W. Mansen will be in charge of the program. The Methodist Standard Bearers met Monday evening at 7 o'clock at the church. Charlotte Johnson. Jean Thorpe, and Marilyn Keen were hostesses, and Duane Wall- ill CVUlOll'lCIl It'll* A lit M « nun* v »•»»»--.•( to Medical Missions, was presented j by Rosalie Swanson and Betty Jane i LaBarre. | Mrs. F. Earl Burgess; assisted by Mesdames Matt Franzen. Barney Casler, Mae Harris, and Margaret Bishop, was hostess Creek, Mrs. Bender Die Thursday. Silver Gray Still Leads the Bowlert Only two weeks remain In the Algona bowling league achedule after this week, but Silver Gray seems already to havp won th« title, being far In the lead, The Farmers have won enough games to tie Nick's for third position,'but otherwise the standings have not changed In some Weeks, '•• Standings to date follow: Silver Gray -.——--_•——-:• 66 17 Tttonka - —<•.• 48 24 Nick's .—- ..--.- 42 3(1 Fo.rmcrs 42 80 Wesley — .-- 36 36 Botsford's _—.-_' 33 3!) Courthouse 31 37 Durt -- - -• 28 March iB-.MVn Hurt, tonslli °' Collins, KOSSUT1I . Mar. IB-Mrs I Algonn, girl. March .10—M,,,.J , March 17 Algona, boy. garet Bishop, was hostess to the! William Wetzel, 61, farmer In Burt •-• - -• 28 44 March 19—.Tames p '• Methodist Bible Searchers class] , ^ c fc nelgllborhoodt nn(1 |Lu Verne ..-..—.. 2(5 48; nodical troalmcnl; Z r ' j last week Tuesday afternoon. Mes-1 _ „__, ' tn „ ' ' J. C. C. -- 19 •-53 ens, Algona. nnnn,V, t ..V% .....*..«,...,v "•-" --•• ,, line ixms LreeK neiciiDornoou, aim last week Tuesday afternoon. Mes- . . dames Jane Clark and Ellen Tot- »'"»• E ™->" Bender, 43, Westga e. dames Jane Clark and Ellen Tot ter were high prize winners in a 100-Bible-questlon quiz.' brother and sister, died on the same day last Thursday. Mrs. Ben- ,'ider, born Clara Wetzel, died after , r _ ' TT ... .Ider, born (Jiara Wetzel, mea atter Mrs. E. W. Hanson entertained , k , h M Wet . her bridge club at two tables last - -. - -- ° week Tuesday evening. The club does not give prizes. .There are only four members, but each one takes a guest. The members are Audrey Fritz, Helen Corey, Mrs. Jack Hilton, and Mrs. Hanson. Mrs. Edw. Sheehan entertained at a St. Patrick's day party Friday There were two tables of bridge Mrs. Samuel Smith won high, Mrs Perry Phillips was second, anc Mrs. Bert Muckey was low. The Baptist will meet this World-Wide Guil evening at 7:3 at the parsonage. Lillian Davis am Evelyn Graham will be hostesses and Pearl Voss will have charg of the program. •Mrs. Esther Helberg entertained eight women at bridge last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. Russel Cook won high score; Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, travel; and Mrs. Frank Ostrum was low. •Methodist cottage prayer-meet ings will be held Wednesday between 2 and 3 p. m'- at Mrs. H. B Hason's, Mrs. Anna Skinner's, anc Mrs. D. J. Mitchell's. A First Lutheran congregational tea will take place Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. Ole Allison's Mrs. Peter Halsrud and Mrs. Olson assisting. Mrs. L. G. Bakre will talk on Modern Woman as a Consumer al a. Delphian meeting today (Tuesday) at the Algona hotel. Two Colored Teams to Play B. B. Game An all-star colored basketball game will be played Saturday evening by the Harlem Globe Trotters and the Jesse Owens Olympic All-Stars at the high school gymnasium. The game is sponsored by the high school "A" club.to raise funds for an annual banquet which is to be held in a few weeks. The club consists of high school athletes who have won letters in sports. A preliminary game will be played at 7:30 between the high school seniors and an Algona merchants' team. Both of these teams are renowned for clowning on the floor with silly maneuvers, football plays, backhand passing, and other quick tricks. zel died suddenly Thursday evening, also following a stroke. Both Mr. Wetzel and Mrs. Bender were born at Lu Verne, the former on April 18, 1888. his sister on August 4, 1S95. The parents were Louis and Augusta Wetzel. William married Lydia Genrich, Lu Verne, on May 17, 1910, and nine children were born, but one died in infancy. Erwin, Lone Rock; and Henry, Esther, Ella, Walter, Wilma, Reinhardt, and Willis, all at home. The widow also survives. ; Funeral services for Mr. Wetzel were held Monday afternoon at the Lotts Creek Lutheran church, of which he was for seven years an elder. The Rev. Ernest Fiene, pastor, officiated. The Merrltt Funeral Home was in charge. Mrs. Bender, before marriage October 16, 1927, studied under the late Dr. M. J. Kenefick, Algona, became a registered nurse, and practiced for some years at the Algona hospital. Funeral services were held Sunday at Westgate. The husband and two children, James and Emily, survive. Five sisters in the Wetzel family survive: Mrs. Max Bast and Mrs. Ernst Thiel, Algona; Mrs. Richard Potratz, Lotts Creek; Mrs. C. T. Heller, Westga'te; and Mrs. Arthur Geilenfeld, .Garner. 'Mrs. Potratz, daughter Bertha, and Mrs. Wilmar Wichtendahl attended Mrs. Bender's funeral. 4 Spelling Contest Advanced. Union Twp., Mar. 20 — The annual township school spelling congest, originally dated for this week Friday, has been changed to this week Wednesday afternoon. This :ontest is under direction of Mrs. Roy Sarchet, rural schools day chairman. JOHN DEERE Pulley standard e« U power take-off The Model " the daily of four to , " Adjustable rear i tread to fit all t Two-Row Cultivating Tracfo IT'S HEBE—the new John Deere Model "H"—a smaller, lower-priced two-row cultivating tractor that handles every job on the small farm and many Jobs on the large farm at rock-bottom cost. Fulls many of your present horse-drawn tools;.' available with a complete line of specially-designed, low-cost drawn, mounted, belt-driven, and power take-off machines. Powered with the i of two-cylinder, u» burning: engine and girl the same practical adr that have made thi John Deere General h. Tractors famous, thil Model "H" will replied .horses—save you time, a and labor on every jobi . its power range. Dro see this new tractor i KOSSUTH COUNTY IMPLEMENT CO. ALGONA, IOWA JOHN DEERE QUALITY IMPLEMENTS AND SERVI 666 SALVE relieves COLDS Liquid. Tablets price Salre. Nose Drops lOc and 25c DODGE PITFALLS you, If you've never built or remodeled a house before, or bought a new roof, you'll find much to puzzle over. Materials? Contractor? Financing? There's no use worrying blindly over these things. We're specially equipped to advise you on such matters. It's our business. WE SELL AND RECOMMEND INSULATION INEXPENSIVE • FIREPROOF •OTPKOOF • VERMINPROOF Come in and talk over your 'house- building, remodeling or repair problems with us. Our building service is free. Botsf ord Lumber Co. Phone 256 ALIJONA, I OWA Jim Tool, Mgr. Public Auction COLWELL SALE PAVILION, Algona Saturday, March 25th ^^ 3 Head o£ Good Work Horses Three brood sows, farrow In May; 1 white BOW, farrow In June; white boar. 8 Good Hand Milked Cows 8 (5 Shorthorn) Two Guernsey cows, 1 Jersey cow, 3 heifers 1 year olds. Farm Machinery It ff W • 1 %¥ — '" ^^SSfflBSES Mrs. Luanda Niemier Burnett Owner ™ 0 f pose of. HORSES ve a horse sale in connection. Bring jn what horses you wish to dis--\ • are going to make a big sale. Must start promptly at 1 p. m. TERMS: Cash. COLWELL BROS. Auctioneers IOWA STATE BANK, Clerk. t Chrischilles Store Easter is only a few weeks away. We are ready for you. Aft months of careful planning, we have assembled the most 01 standing showing of Coats, Suits, and Dresse. in our entire 1 tory This is a QUALITY LINE-selected for quality, de cated to the store that has featured quality for 69 years. SPRING PRE-VIEW To supplement this B rand Easter showing we have jnst returned from a market trip where we picked up last-minute developments. We have doaens of new COATS, SUITS, and DRESSES just «hot» off the style griddle. See them. They are popularly priced at $12.85 Shop in our spacious, well lighted, convenient and comfortahle ready- to-wcar department-no crowding, C01 " te< "' s ' For Children -,. large children's department *t the rear' of the second fl^or, is derpM to »H #» ^ ot the younsrsters—h«* s> ep ^ | ^ afll a prii completely

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