Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 1931 · Page 3
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SCOUTS 1WEEK I II WAUKE Mrs,' Patterson, c B Chlpmart, ' A 8 and „ .„„.. took. 22 Loutlns at Iowa Lake, Mon- 9. H. Aten, Senator Mrs, Maude W. T. Ken' Taylor,. Algona, •, ,1 0 Tho boys Who went '""tel ftMd'fc Hugh McDon- i.«l Stow, Ronald Blvlclg-e, '"coffin Charles Hanna, Laverenz, Ernest Lave- Ictarf Chlpman, Max Schra,IH and Gardner Patterson, "e he Jr.- Wllltam OMdirjm, tand Joseph .-Graham, Dale Norman Sanderson, Met msmlth, Frank. Aten, _Ro- an d Menvyn Bahllnsr ,thr«« boys are too young to Its but expect to be soon adn»to<l from the H. S.— inte crowd attended gradual. «l«es last week Wednesday A class of 22 was gradu- The commencement address vcn'by Dr. Osc-ar Olson, pres- lf nuther college. Other nurn- the program Included music high school orchestra and b v the b° ya and elrls> glee Diplomas were presented by Hanna, president of the board. I Clifton Heads E. l>— Epworth League hod a sup- d social hour In the church Sunday evening. The fol- f officers were elected for the year: Bruce Clifton, prest- ^jjs Graham, first vice; Mar- Elliot, second'vice; Vera Chip- Ithlrd vice; Nelda Volentine vice; Luclle Sewick, secre- da Schwietert, treasurer. i to Rochester Clinic— I Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifton I 0 Rochester, Minn., Monday [they will so through the din ley expect to be gone a weer e. Owing to Rev. Clifton's j next Sunday, the Woman's | Missionary society will have I of the morning service. Day Next Saturday— 1 day services will be held ity morning at the T?resby Ichurch, and Mrs: F. H. We]) of the Algona Baptis ] will deliver the address, fol (which soldiers'.''graves at th will be decorated. K03SUTM COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA McNamee To Report Auto Classic Indl.ntpoll, Speedway—McNam.e nt the "mike." Billy Arnold «nd mcch.nlc. /^J RAH AM McNAMEE, radio's ace reporter of sporting events, has ^-* again been chosen' as the nation's eye-witness for the 500-mile auto race classic at Indianapolis on May 30. The Firestone Tire and Rubber Company will sponsor the last and most exciting hour of the race. Perched high in the glass-enclosed pergola near the finish line, McNamee will describe the shouting thousands in the stands, the milling hordes afoot inside the track, and the gruelling tussle of 40 of the world's most famous racers in their grim race with death. McNamee says the Indianapolis rsftes surpass all sporting events for excitement. He will take the air at 2:15 p. m. Central Standard time and will tell his story over a network of 55 stations in the United States and Canada, including WEAP and the NBC red chain. Four former winners are entered. A win is worth about $50,000. It is said that all former records will be broken. .(Broadcasting Time: 3:15 Eastern, 2:15 Central, 1:15 Mountain, 12:15 Coast. Daylight Saving one hour earliei.) shalltown as a delegate of the Qonnty Federation of Woman's clubs with. Mrs. Dcllis Smith last Thursday. Other Titoh'ftii News. Eleven Auxiliary members, dressed In white uniforms aiitl wearing blue cups and a huge reel poppy were busy all day Saturday selling popples. More than 600 poppies) wer;; so!d, netting S03.4I. Those working wore Eva Poterson, poppy chairman, Mntilda Falk, Mary Young, Mary Sartor, Lucia Craven, Pearl Riok- lefs, Edith Adamaon, Mayne Went?:, Anna ntppentrop, Nettle Pannkuk, and Sadie Denton. After the salo refreshments wore served tho workers by the poppy chairman. Mrs. C. A. Lamoroaux and children spjnt Thursday at the Tsen- berger home at Burl., nnd Mrs. Emma Helfnev and daughter Esther accompanied them and visited at the Kromiga home there. Irene, Carl, and Margaret Callles .Irove to Sioux City Monday. Carl ind 'Margaret are spending a week with friends anil relatives and Irene will stay all summer. The Thcs. Trenarys, Burt, were Sunday visitors here. Mr. Trenary is suffering from a severe case of blood poisoning. He farms the Oakdale farm east of Burt. . Antono Pannkuk, L/ee O. Wolfe, IT. A. French, and William Doege are spending two wer.ks in northern Minnesota fishing;. Homer 'Tlenan spent a. few days last week fishing at. Clear Lake and visiting his brother Bud, and H. A. Heiner. Flick Davis, Henry Butler, and W. J, Denton left late Saturday night for a day's fishing at Amber Lake. 'Bud and Paul Tienan drove to Fort Dodg e Saturday to visit their sister, Mrs. Betty Sturdevant. John Falk and daughter Clarice are spending a few days in Omaha with relatives and friends. The. Harley Hansons, Forest City, Birthday Observed [Berton Isenberger family, I Junction, and Paul Isen, Lattimer, visited Sunday at me of their father, J. O. Isen- It was Mr. Isenberger's j picnic at Algona— (third, fourth, fifth, and sixth [had a picnic at the Ambrose state park Friday to cele- |he close of school. .Ellen fer and Myrtle Hanna were hers. Siil)P«r is Served— lana Mrs. H. A. Thompson liosts at a health supper, {was served by O. G. Stow, [urn Cooking Utensil Co. re- latlve. rdiestra Get Pins — ! Chlpman, Maybelle Gray, (iwln Manus have been pre- n'lth honor pins for out-stand in the high school arches- fn Nine Loses Twice(Lutheran ball team played more and Fairville here Sun- the visitors were victors in femes. rClose; Teachers Gone- pi closed here Friday (and the teachers left for their Ithe first of the week. |(ir:iilcs Have Picnic— wventh and eighth grades picnic at the river at Oak- last Thursday afternoon. 1'ctors 7; Party- Lee Peters celebrated her (today by entertaining little "t a party Saturday. Otiicr Burt. 1 Mrs. Prank Davlson were [guests at the W. J. Davl- p. They brought home Irma 1 who has been teaching at JUiicls. Phyllis Clifton went P'h the Davisons as far as In, where she will spend of weeks with her grand i/'rs. Ella Patterson, She music lessons from an '• she is there. Greise is building some p« the back O f the service 1 which he recently erected IPOTing west of Burt. The I!! 1 "J 10 ^ into them at once, >ee n living j p the old •J'wd Palmers, Hampton w-bumlay guests at the W K.I, , home - Mrs, Palmer •olwicterfs niece. The Pal- L , ° n theil- way home- from El. n at Hacke "sack, MJnn | bray W ent to Wlnneba- Ih'nm tay to S » >end a week I'wme of her uncle, Joh'n F»e has a cousin, who ^y^ Ir °m high, school this lay fro m Ohlcago^where J attended an insurance ™. They visited a ""th at Chicago. 1 M '-s. R. E. Tlmmel, M. E ana Charlotte Warrior suests last Thursday the Rev. J. B. Clifton 1 1 0 ,. Ul met exercises here. Mr. Eggleston is a former Burt Methodist pastor. Jacob Maasdam and son, Irvington, spent Sunday at the Geo. L. Gray home. Mr. Maasdam and Mr. Gray are old friends. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Timmel, Charlotte Warrior, and Helen Johnstone were Friday evening dinner guest* at the J. G. Sewick home. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ringsdorf vere Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs. Myrtle Ringsdorf home in Ban- roft. Clarence Hansen and a friend, iithel Johnson, Hawardon, were veek-end visitors with Burt rela- ives. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Schenck, Gladys Brace, and Seldon Struley vis- ted at Interlaken Saturday even- ng. Tho Neighborhood club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Fred l&vrenz. F. E. .Rubey and J. T. Heaney at- .ended a banker's convention at Spencer last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Zwiefel -and sons, Alsona, visited Mrs. Martha Householder Sunday. Mrs. C. C. Smith returned Sun- lay from Des Moines, where she at- .ended the flower show. The A. N. Jensen family returned Sunday from a several days visit at siaytoh, Minn. Winsome Volentine, who has been teaching at Sanborn, returned to ier home here the end of last week. The Legion and the Auxiliary met at the Legion hall .last 'week Wed nesday evening. Harold Gardner, Jewell, spent last Thursday night at the O. G. Stow lome. Ths juniors and seniors had a jionic at Intei-:aken Park last Sat urday. Dr. and Mrs. J. G, C'.apsacldle and Mr. and .Mrs. M. L. Vinaas visited Clear Lake Sunday. The Rev. L. Rlchmann, William Koestler. and R. A. .Blelch fished at Tuttle Lake Monday. Sir. and .Mrs. Durward Moore, Mt. Vernon, were week-end suests at tho Paul Moore home. O; G. Stow and Durward Moore were business callers at Dolliver Saturday. * D. F, Schwietert was a business visitor at Emnvetsburg Monday. Go. P. Hawcott went to Des Molnes Tuesday on business. °°k his daughter Norma 7 ty Sunday, where she >"> extended ytslt with. ta es hei attend of Mite South Cresco The Mothers and Daughters club was entertained last Thursday by Mrs, A. E. Clayton. The topic was What shall our club do to help others? The leader was Mrs. F. L. Miller. Recitations were given by Jeanne Clayton and Lois and Daryle Sparks. The next meeting is to be held at the Ambrose A. Call state park June 4th, and each member is to 'invite a prospective member, anc take a covered-dish, dishes, and sandwiches. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Pickens, of Fairmont, their sons Irvin and Roland, and the Ray Caylors, Bancroft came down to see the Ambrose A Call state park Sunday, and Mrs Caylor, formerly Rena Poole, visited her old home, now the James Watte place. The. Pickens family- who used ' to live near Irvington, called at W. L. Martin's. Since Mrs, Pickens, two years ago, was hurt when another car rammed one she was diving, the family has resided a Faimont, where Warren has been employed at a nursery. They p.lan npw to return to their farm neai that town, , Mrs. Thpmas Collinson veturnea last week Tuesday to her daughtei Mre. I*. A. Vipond's, after almos t\fa>. years with another daughter a St. Paul. Her daughter Leila, Mason City, brought her here. She also has a son, Arthur, at Mason City. Agatha Caughlin closed her schoo ^st week Tuesday with a progran and 1 a picnic dinner. Eunice Bow man, No. 1, and Dorothy Baylor, No 2, closed Friday with a picnic din ner at the Ambrose A. Call etat park, as *d Mrs. Wilson, No. 4 also. Irene Kellei-shon \vlll close No. 5 tills week Friday. Paul, little son of Mr. and Mis ' Miller, fell Jrojn a ladder las $na broke q, «8c CtawWe 1 * B. IN J4 LB drying enaro feS^Jii«4'k" >^J PAGE TftftBll a A f'f POPPY POSTER AWARDSMADE AT SWEA CITY Swea City, May 26—Poppy day was r.. groat success. The .seventh and eighth grades of the schoolH had male posters for which the Legion | "^'^' b^rT^a"^. ses - Molnes, and Rudolph, at home, and one daughter, Mrs, David Anderson, Svvea Cltj'. A sister, Mrs, Carolina Thorson, lives at Osage, and a brother Frank at Lake Bcnton, Minn. There are four grandchildren. Funeral services were held last Thursday at the Immanuel Lutheran church, the Rev. Raymond Rwnnson in charge, and burial was made In the Lutheran cemetery In Swea township. hoard Supports Band — spent Sunday at Richter homes. the Bunting- and post ottered prizes, and these posters were on display 'in store windows. Then on Saturday morning the children made a house-to-house canvass, and in the afternoon and evening the high school girls, wearing white sailor uniforms, sold poppies on tho streets. Between 700 and 800 popping were sold. In the eighth grade poster' contest Darleno Kesler won first; Marjoi-ie L,und- quist, second; Torty Kulskl, honorable mention. In the seventh grade Russel Roba won first; Forrest Hsyilfan, second; Bobby Haglund, Loralne Larson, and Glfford Smith, honorable mention. In a sales contest Lucille Leland, Richard Leland, and Rose Ellen Whitlow were highest among 'the children; Ardella Hovey, Lucille Anderson, and Jane Carlson In the high school girls' class. C. G. Peterson is Found Dead— C. G. Peterson, many years a resident of Swea township, was found dead in the yard of his home by his son Rudolph last week Monday evening at 7:30. Heart disease was presumably the cause of death. Mr. Peterson, who was 69, was born In Unclkopingslau, Sweden, November 9, 1861, and came to America when he was 20, settling first in Pecatonica, 111. After living there seven years he moved to Marcus, Iowa and in IS8S he married. In 1892 he came to northern Kossuth. He is survived by his wife, three sons Walter, of Sioux City, Delius, of Des sion last week Tuesday evening, decided to encourage the organization of a junior band. Sentiment in favor has been growing for some time. [f present plans mature there will ic no charge for lessons, but members will have to attend rehearsals regularly and practice at home. Between 40 and 50 young people expressed desire to join the band, when the question was brought up it school last week Wednesday. Karl Josten, teaching vocal and Instrumental music In the Estherville, Graettlnger, and Armstrong schools, met with the board last week Wednesday evening, and It is planned to have him spend one day a week here all summer and then teach music in the local schools one day a week next year, taking charge of the boys' Glee club, the band, and the orchestra. Banquet Honors Teacher Sweany — The mothers of Smith-Hughes high school pupils gave a banquet complimentary to the teacher, E. L. Sweany, at the schoolhouse last week Tuesday evening. The boys and their fathers, with Supt. and Mrs. Logan, County Agent and Mrs. E. R. Morrison, and the members of the school board, their husbands or wives respectively, were guests, and 73 plates were laid. Mrs. ,1. H. Warner, president of the board, was toastmistress. Mr. < Logan spoke on his own connection' with the Smith- Hughes, and Mr. Sweany expressed his gratitude not only for {he ban- quet but for the interest the community had taken 'In hln work. Mr. Morrison stressed the benefits to be derived from Smith-Hughes teaching, and Maynard Jehson spoke for the class. .Juniors ILosn to Maple Hill — Swea City's junior baseball team played Its fJrat game against Maple Hill on the home field last Thurs- dny. Mnyor Dye threw the first Imll, Martin Nelson receiving. The locals lc«t the game by one score, -2. The visiting line-up follows: Maple Hill— pitcher, Ollson; catcher, Cayler; first base, Graves; second base, Huffman; third base, Se- voltl; short, Hagcrman; left Keliger; center field, Carr; field. left field, A yens. Swea City's lineup wan: pitcher, Blanchard; catcher, Reynolds; first base, Hanifan; second, Larson, third, Zielske; short, Thompson; center field, Bergeson; right. Seylar; left, Montgomery. Maple Hill got four hits and three runs; Swea City, six hits and two runs. Ollson got six strikeouts, and Blanchard, nine. Memorial Program Announced — Dr. A. G. Reck, commander of the local Legion post, announces the following program for Memorial day: the Rev. B. L. Weaver, Methodist pastor here, will give the address; a men's quartet from the Lutheran church and a %voman's quartet from the Methodist church will sing. The exercises will be held In the park if weather "permits, otherwise In the high school auditorium. Memorial Sunday is Observed — The Methodist church observed Memorial Sunday at a special morn- The Legion, the Aux- the Woman's Relief ing service. iliary, and corps attended. but one Civil Frakes, and he attended the service with his daughter, Mrs. S. P. Eckholm. Special music and a memorial sermon by the Rev. B. L. Weaver completed the program. Esther Anderson to Graduate— , Esther, daughter of Mr. and Mra*. ,T. ,T. Anderson, will shortly be graifc-- noted from Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minn. . She has already accepted a teaching positions at Dickinson, N. D. REBEKAHS WILL MEET AT WESLEY NEXT WEEK TUES, Wesley May. 28—A Rebekah 'district convention will be held here, beginning at 1:30 Tuesday aftec- !ioon. Algona, Burt, Titonka, Lrit Verne, and Wesley will be represented. Mrs. Elizabeth Van Ness, Clinton, president of the Ilebekah assembly, will be present. A second session will be held at 8 p. m. This Is the 55th district and 24th annual-. session. Election of district officers,. will be held. Swea City now has war veteran, Mr. NEW SHINE SHOP Opened in Stehle Barber Shop GET A SHINE AND SAVE YOUR SHOES Open Sunday morning. Dow La id ley GRADUATES AT TITONKA HAVE CLASS "NIGHT" Titonka, -May ?,C—Commoncemen \\erdses for tho class of '31 of the Buffalo Conso'.tda'ted high schoo vere held In the auditorium last veek Wednesday evening. The pro Tiim follows: the processional, the inior class, Supt. R. J. Tidman U'Kliam Stott, president of the board f education, and the Rev. B. J. Trlckey, of Spencer; invocation, the lev. Mr. gchoenlein; music, Kiss of Spring, by a sextette composed o£ Helen BoE-d, Marie Brandt, Ecllth Reynolds, Clifton Schultz, and Ray- noncl Helfner; address, Responsibility to the High School Graduate, iy the Rev. B. J. Trlckey of Spen- ctr; mn»ic, Who-o-o-o.' by High School chorus; presentation of the class, Supt. Tidman; awarding of diplomas, AV. H. Stott president of he board of education; and bene- liction, the Rev. L. G. Gartner. The seniors held their class night last veek Tuesday. The program consisted of a song by the class; history, Marguerite Pannkuk; bouquets to tho juniors, Eyon Winter; grumbler, \Vilbur Godfredsen; picture in words, .iollis Koestler; poem, Violet Slack: va'.edictorian, Marie Brandt; pro- >hecy, Paul Tienan; will, Viola Ku- chenreuther; song by the class. The P.-T. A. presented a medal to the senior having the highest average for grades throughout the four years, which was presented to Marie 3randt by Mrs. Roy iBonackcr of the P.-T. A. . Marie had an average of for the four years. Anti-Saloon play is Given— A play in the form of a court trial entitled "Who killed Earl Wright?" was given under the aus- jices of the Anti-saloon League at :he Methodist church Thursday evening. The characters were judge, L. G. Gartner; prosecutor, O. Welhousen; coroner, Ray Hansen; bailiff, Clifton Schultz; Mrs. French, Mrs. Ray Bonacker; defenclent, AVil- liam Sohrani; Jack Stiles, Edward Kweii'el; sheriff, Heyo Boekleman; mother, Mrs. Roy Budlong; and- re porter, Kerrnit Larsen. The jurors ivere Arthur Jay Budlong, Phyadelis Peterson, Violet Slack, Donald Ba .•on, Florence Reynolcls, v Bradford Bufington, Oscar Blanchard, Pearl Gritfin, Myrtle Ama, Dorothy In- vermill, and Blanche Buffington. "Poppy Bloom" Kiglit Hold- Members of the eighth grade were uests of the Legion Auxiliary at . "Poppy Bloom" night at the L& gion hull. A large crowd attended, and all enjoyed making poppies for the annual sale Saturday. Members of the Auxiliary explained the ideals and principles of the Auxiliary and tlhe Boy Scouts present explained the objects and ideals of the Scout movement. Games were played, and refreshments served by the Mesdames Eva Peterson, Luvia Craven, and Sadie Denton. Mrs. Wolfe Heads Woman's The Woman's club met with Mrs. Fred Wentz. The roll call was favorite author, and the lesson was a review of "By Reason of Strength" by -Gerald Johnson, given by Mrs: J. J. Budlong. This meeting was the last regular meet ing of the year. Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe was elected president to succeed Edith Budjong, who has resigned to take up work in a bank at Hampton. The club has decided to meef for a social hour'every two weeks during the summer. Jloy Scouts Have First Illfci The Boy Scouts, who 1 expect to take many hikes this summer, ha<2 the first one Monday. They hiked out to Charles Phelp's, cooked theii supper, and hiked back under the leadership of the Rev. L. G. Gartner, scoutmaster. Arthur Jay was appointed assistant leader to- succeed Guido Sartor, who is at tending the Univrslty of Chicago this summer. 18 Atteud CJdMreu's Hour- Saturday's community children's story hour was attended by 18 chil dren with, Nellie Nelson presiding 'Following '9. group of stories, we afternoon was epwt at games. INSIST on the INSIDE FACTS For Your Protection Make These Comparisons Before You Buy Your Tires T TNDERNEATH the surface is where you get tUe vJ cold truth about tire values. It's the inside of the lire—the method of construction and the quality and quantity of materials—that determines its Stamina, Performance, Safety, VALUE. You can no more tell the quality of a tire by its, outside appearance than you can tell the character of a man by the kind of clothes he wears. * We have arranged to show you cross sections of Firestone , and special brand mail order tires. You can come here and make your own comparisons, uniuflucuced by any sales propaganda. 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