Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1931 · Page 3
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Her maiden name was ,To- nnna Wilson, and she was the daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth Wilson. She was born near Dallas, Marlon .county, Jan. 25, 1874, and was past r>7 at death. She wus married February 10, 1893, and three children were born, .Tesne and Donald and a daughter Joy. Mrs. Jacobs had lived In this vicinity 30 years, having moved here from Marlon county In 1809. Besides her husband and children, she leaves her aged mother, one sister, and two brothers. DRS Miilncs Trio In Accident— A Ford car traveling north on a No. 9 detour ran into the ditch at a point three miles north of town j Sunday. It crossed the ditch and struck a fence. The driver, 'a Miss Orben, Des Moines, not seeing a turn in time, attempted to make It at a too rapid speed and failed. Her mother and a Mr. Johanson were with her, and all three were brought to town. Doctor Lundquist, who was called, took them to Algona for x- ray pictures. Mr. Johanson suffered broken ribs and the women were badly bruised, but none of them suffered serious Injuries. They were able to continue to Dolliver, where I they were to visit relatives, the same evening. The Witling 'Workers will meet at Mrs. Hans Wllberg .Sr.'s JunV 13. Mr. and Mrs. Georsrn Lotcher, of Alexandria, S. D., and Mrs. Letta Stephenson, Topeka, Kas., who had been at Willlnni Osborn's since last Thursday, went, to Buffalo Center Monday to visit Mr. Letcher's brother John. Mrs. Letcher, Mrs. Stephoneon, and ,\frs. Osborn are sisters. L Seneca Despite bad weathor a i! audience ,'itteniled commencement exercises at the snhoolhouse last week Wednesday evening and heard Geo. W. -Godfrey, Algonn, deliver an excellent address. The Aid will meet at Mrs.. Mo.lvln Norland's June IS. Mra. E. L. Krdahl. her children, and her mother, a Mrs. Jorgenson. nf Blue Earth, arc spending thl« \\-eek with Mr.s. 70r<l/i Ill's sl.ster, Mrs. .1. H. Jensen. A. good-sl/ed number of local Lutherans attended a convention at Estherville Sunday. It began Friday. Delegates had been chosen from the church here and other church organisations to attend. Tlnus Madison, janitor at the Sen- rca Hchoolhou.se, and his nephew, lilton Madison, near Lone Rock, ecently left for Detroit and other Michigan points. Everett Larson is it the Madison home while Milton away. Milton and his mother SHOE NEWS )ETAII> iccents the aytime mode Ere are a dozen little ills that make our new so attractive, and distinctively new. SEE OUR IMPORTANT [COLLECTION OF ALL-OCCASION STYLES AT ,;'• . 5 to 7.50 nalized daytime shoes ort styles and evening in every smart '...fabric .\ . and Christensen Bros. Co. Shoe Department tarMor a s^iond summer l*-"«Uw out your buying budget for this sum e wardrobe utttU you popJBu.lt U« W to how much w last summer's wardrobe we can make to serve er se asQn, You'U be surprised how much se asQn, / ave you You'U be surprised how much at no sacrifice to your well' ' Mrs. Alma /. Eddlngton Dies— Friends of Mrs. Alma Zufall Eddington were shocked one day last week when word of her death was received. She was born in Faribault county, Minn., August 31, 1908, and spent most of her lite here. She attended high school here and was a member of l!)27's class. She "wa: married December 17, 1929, to Leslie B. Eddington, Lincoln, Neb.'Last week Tuesday she was stricken with appendicitis, and she died Sunday Funeral services will be held at the Baptist church here this week Tues day afternoon and Interment will b< made at Elmore. Besides her bus band she leaves her parents, one sister, and three brothers. Church Painting Is Dedicated— The Swedish Lutheran church a Akron recently bought an alta painting from the Zlon Luthera church northwest of town, and 1 was dedicated Sunday. The Rev. C. W. Samuelson is the Akron pastor. The painting was done 15 years ago by one.,.Graystrom, of Rock Island, and Mrs.* Lofstrom' was Instrumental in raising funds for the purpose. Persons from here who went to Akron to attend the dedication were Mrs. Theo Anderson, sons Richard and Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. L,of- strom, son Carl, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Thorson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bexell, and Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Hoi- comb. HOMECOMING AT LU VERNE MEMORIAL DAY Sfary Kwolfel's In at week. They were on rt weddlni; trip, and aft?r several -yi Here iv-*nt on to His Block HIIIw. Mrs. 5Jw«lfel is Mr. Schuler's aunt. J. J. Pknlc Ends Cldh Y<"ar— ' Tho .1. J. club c'.osed its club year with a picnic at Mrs. Walter Mer- kle'w in the country Friday, May 22. Tho families of members were guests, and klttenball furnished en- tortiiinment. Simons homes. and Frank Elsenbarth Mrs. Kellershon and Irene arm the home place. <outh of Seneca. three miles Henrietta Olson Is Krlde— Henrietta, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hagbert Olson, was married one day last week to Walter F. Tupy, .New Prague, Minn. The bride had been working in a New Prague bakery, owned by Paul Sayers, and the couple were accompanied to St. Paul, where they were married, by Mr. and Mrs, Sayers. The newlyweds came to Swea City Monday, and a reception was given for them that evening at the home of the bride's parents. Ruth Butterfield Is Married- Ruth Butterfield and W. R. Sei- mens were married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs George Butterfield, Monday evening In the presence of a small group of relatives and friends. Mr. Selmens is a brother of the Rev. George Set- men^,- Baptist pastor'here. The couple* will live o.n .the -.bridegroom's farm near Good Thunder, Minn. The b'rlde was honored with eevera showers last week. To be Playground Supervisor— Lucille Thomson, who has been music instructor at Hudson, is spending two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thorn son. She will then go to Waterloo where she has a position as play ground supervisor for the summer Supervisor's Wife Home Again— Mrs. P. J; Heiken, who-had been visiting her parents and a son a 1 Los Angeles for -a month, got home one day last week. Her parents are now feeble. The Helkens' son Morris is manager of a drug store there. LU Verne, June •> —May 30. Me- mortal day w:is -homecoming day 'or many former residents of Lu Verne, and the weather was ideal for the reunion of relatives! and friends. The Memorial program was hold at the cemetery, and lifter the decoration of soldiers' graven by the Boy Scouts anil the Campfire l?irls. the following program W«H given: Sfmg, Aneroid, nil. Invocation, the Rev. A. J. Ivoonce. America, the Beautiful. Rraullns, Curl L;ing. Clarinet solo, Richard Niver. Election of oflcors. Address. Gro. VV. OoOCre.v, Algon;,, Battlr Hymn o f the Republic. Benediction, the Rev. Mr. I^ang. Through Hang post of the l.c gion at Algeria, bronze markers had bben seemed for the graves of ve terans of both tlio Civil war and World war, and these market! ic graves this year. Among persons from out of town ho came for the exercises were U» B. H. Bcnrrlsleys, the B. A. enriches, Mrs. Q. K. Genrlch, Mrs. V. H. Godfrey':i ml Bertha, the [arold Stephensons, and the August -teckers, all of Algona; the William llleys and the George Simmons amily, West Bend; Mrs. Jacob terkle, Winnebfigo, Minn., and her on Homer; Mrs. Lloyd King and Mrs. William Moore, Omaha; the 'oni Humlows and the Lester Rubys, Fort Dodge; the George Vatkinsons, Garner; 'the George 'hompsons, Ledyard; the Fay Thompsons, Eagle Grove; the Eveett Thompsons, Lake City; Frank Vlulin, Hardy; and Laura Scott ohnson, Mankato. Lu Verne News. Mrs. Dick Wermerson got homf- last week Monday from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Wayne Dornber- ser, Miller, S. D. Mr. Wermersen, Carmen and Richard drove to Miller to bring her back. Mrs. Lloyd King and Mrs. William Moore, of Omaha, and Mrs. Wilson Legler w.re dinner guests oC Mrs. Paion nt W-ir\. Dodge Monday. Mrs. Pnton was formerly Hulda Mt'fwnson. Fern Allf.n, who was recently graduated from the School of Music; at Iowa Falls, is at Lu Verne for tho summer and will conduct classes in both piano and vlnce. Mr. nml Mrs. James McKee, Mason City, spant the week-end at the William Ramus homo. Before mar- rluge Mrs. M.cKee was Ella Bode- -shelmer. -Mrs. F. O. Hagist left Saturday night for her home In Chicago, at- ler having- spent a week with local relatives. Esther Merkle is enjoying a month's vacation from her work in tin evangelical mission school in Kentucky. Charles Wolfe, Charles Warmbier, .•Mid Al ant! Milo Miller returned Sunday from a successful fishing trip to northern Minnesota. Julius Kruiklnberg, who had been employed at the Gardner garage for some, time, recently resigned and h»« moved to Hartley. Mi', and Mi's. Henry Kuuly, Mr. anfl Mrs. William Miller, and Mrs. Kdwin Marty were at Des Moines last week Tuesday. Vem L?hmann, of Boxholm,' is visiting here. She taught the Merkle school a year ago. Mrss. Barney .Tones and Gwentha visited relatives at Goldfield over were at Brltt Sunday, giiests of'ah; other daughter, and returned to New Hampton that evening. Faghenden Off for Trip- Mrs. Mary Fasbehdei- and her f'amily, accompanied by her father, G. G. Studer, drove to Chester Friday '.o bring home Hosalle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dorr, who rocent'.y finished the eighth grade there. Thence they drove on to Artams, Minn., to visit relatives ami friends. Club nance Draws Crowd— A club dance at Wesley last Thursday evening was well attended. There will be another this week Thursday, and a Britt orchestra will play. • Tlircxlilnjc Ring- Liiys 1'lniis — Tne Ridge Road threshing ring Its annual meeting last week Tuesday evening- at George B. Forstl's. Corn Shelled; Price 42c — John Grandgenott shelled 2000 bushels of com last Thursday. The price was 42 cents. Other St. Benedict. Christine and Adelheld Elscnbarth sipt-nt Memorial day and Sunday r. Want Ad* ROOMS FOR'RHN-T.-iCa.ll 761. Bu38 — YOUNG JACKRAB- bils.—^Bert Deal, phone 137. 7u38 WANTED — 10 BUSHELS -POTA- toes £lhd pasture for cattle. IVjr 1 le: purebred Hereford bull.—He-man Carlson, Weeley. 16FB"87-*t FOR SANE—j-YEAR-OLD SHORT- horn cow, fresh. Ask Advance. 10p38 t'Oll SALE — HOLSTEIN HERD bull. — V/m. Koestler, Burt. 8P36-H8 EXPERIENCED GIRL WANTS general housework.—Phone 27F22. 7p38 FOR RENT — A THREE-ROOMC apartment on ground floor; gar- Ko accommodations if desired.—» 'hone 248, Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson. 18p38 I/JST—BLACK SHEPHERD DOG. Reward.—L. A. Crulkshank, Burt. 8u38 FOR SALE—FIVE USED DELCO llKht plnnts.—Bert B. Brown, Llv- ermoro, Iowa. 12u28tf FOR RENT—LARGE ROOM FUR- nlshed for Ught housekeeping. — Phone 461-W. 10u38 FOR SALE; CHILD'S BED; ALSO full-slzn wooden b?d. Both In good condition. Call Advance. 15fb3S FOUND—LADY'S BLUE VELVET purse. Ov/ner may have same by paying for this notice. Advance. 15u38 THE BURT A;ID IS SPONSORING a free Skelgas cooking school next with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Monday at tlie Presbyterian church. Isadore Eisenbarth, and sister. Mrs. 16u38 E. F. Arndorfer. going back to their work Monday. Christine is employed at the I. M.' Finnell home at Algona. and Adelhaid at the Marigold Beauty Shop No. 1. The William Armlorfers were Sun the week-end. Sally Broadie, of Granger, is visiting at Max Patterson's. MRS, FROELICH DIES; BODY TO ST, BENEDICT Junior Nine Defeats A weekly ball game was played by the local junior nine last Thursday against Rlngsted and the locals won 9-1. Blanchard fanned 17 Rlng- sted boys and gave them only one hit during the game. Weaver Gives Memorial. Addre»sr- The Rev. B. L. Weaver gave the Memorial day address here, speaking In the town park, A number of organizations took part In a parade. Excellent'weather added to the pleasure pf the day, Baptists Open Bible School— A Baptist Vacation Bible schpp opened Monday, and the Methodists expect to open one this week. The Lutherans will follow suit soon. Picnic Closes Grant School— The Grant school closed Friday with a big community picnic. Supt Hammond will return for anothe year. Other Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. William Warburton Omaha, brought home Harry War burton, who attends college at T9 Ipeka, Kas., Saturday. William ani Harry are sops of 'Mv. and Mi's Samuel Warburton. The Wra. War burtons went back Sunday, Harry remaining tor the summer at Ted Vaux is visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Vaux. Hiu wtf and a young son are with her par ents. peputy County Treasurer an $fre. Cart Pea 180 "- at ^f 0 "*' T is athletic xjoach and Wsrn schoo instructor at Stillman Valley. and wtU foe there another year, savins crey W, town ja,a atter lay' dinner guests of Mrs. Eva Ger- msinn, a.s also were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kemper. The Martin Eischeids, WORK WANTED, ANY KIND. Experienced In tire and service station.—Write box 64, West Bend la. 15p37-3i FOR RENT—FURNISHED sleeping rooms one block south of new school building.—Mrs. C. D. Fellows. 15u3S iVhltteniore, spent the afternoon with Mrs. Germann. Mr. and Mrs. Geo.. Ludwlg S''.. ;he John N. Ludwigs, Mr. a.nd Mrs. Henry Arndorfer, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Froellch were Sunday dinner uests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ludwig, Britt. Lucille Simons, who has been employed at James Weydert's at St. Joe, Is now helping her mother, Mrs. Mary Simons, clean hpuse, but will go back in a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. E. F .Arndorter were at Mr. and Mrs. Isadore .Eisenbarth's Sunday for dinner, and Marie Arndorfer spent the day with them. Frances Germann came home one O.ay last week from near St. Joe, where she had been helping her sister, Mrs. Andrew Reding. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Raskopf drove to Halbur Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. John Schmitz, returning Sunday evening. Mrs. Ben Capesius, with Mrs. John Metzen, of St. Joe, was at Fort Dodge last Week Tuesday. TENT FOR SALE: 10x14, '5ft. walls 1'2-az. army duck, good as new bargain.—A. C. Carlisle, Whitte more. /16fbp38-3 FOR SALE—ONE USED FRIGI dalre, priced right for quick sate. n good running condition,—-Kohl- laas ' WHERE CAN YOU FIND A TIRE' with eleven features of superior^ ty? G & J's at Gamble stores. Re- nforced sidewall is only one. 29x4^ft 5.GO. 22-38 HAVE US ADDRESSOGRAPH your mailing list and save you the ex.- lense and drudgery ot typing. Our .dclresses cannot be told from typewriting.—Advance. 25tt WANTED — ENERGETIC MAMT with car; steady Job canvassing- a nationally advertised commodity. 'or particulars apply J. J. Keller, Box 325, Le Mars, Iowa. 21u37-39 HARE OPPORTUNITY TO SE-- curo small herd registered mllk- ng Shorthorn helfera at • reduced prices for next month.—Phone 12 on 12, Bancroft,—J. P. Mouse!. 25fbp37-4fl O NE vy Is n OF OUR BEST SIDELINES mimeographing. This is th» reproduction of typewriting on paper or cards. You would be surprise eil to know how much of this work, we do. We mimeograph bulletins,, letters, cards, etc., and the- cost Is much less than printing. Suppose- you want to send out a circular letter, a notice of any kind, or a card. We mimeograph the job for you in » few minutes, and the work cannot be told from Individual typewriting. And you can sign your name to the mimeograph stencil if you deelrth and the signature will then appear on every sheet.—Advance. 2BOt Vacation Church School Draws 130 A vacation church school sponsored by the Methodist, 'Evangelical, ml Presbyterian churches is being conducted ut the public schoolhouse, and there are 120 children enrolled, vith the following teachers and assistants; . Beginners, Josephine Donaldson and Florence 'Ramus; primary, Marvel Alexander, Mrs. Harold Phillips, and Fern Lindebak; Junior, Mrs. .Irvin Chapman, Mrs. Lee Llchty, and Mrs. John Ramus Jr.; Intermediate, under the-supervision of the Rev. -Mr. Koonce, Pres lyterian pastor. The course of study was outlined by the Minnesota Council of Religious education. Tuesday Club.Closet) Tear— The final meeting this club j^ear of the Tuesday club was held Tues day, May 26, at Mrs. Mary Hof's, Each .member answered roll call by telling What I Have Gained from the club This Year. After a social time, refreshments were served the hostess, who was assisted .Toy her daughter Florence. The children of members were guests. Prog-ressivo Club Flans Program— .•The Progressive Woman's club met at the home of Mrs. Harold Phillips Friday. The program for next year was read, and a social afternoon followed, with refreshments served by • the hostess. TKe last meeting of the club year, will'be (jeld -June-12 at the country home of Mrs. Paul Phillips. Newlj weds Visit Belattves— Mr, and Mrs. MonticeUo, Wis., Albert visited Schuler, at Mrs, St. Benedict, June 2—Relative: and friends here were shocked Fri tin;.- \vhnn a message' that Mrs. John Froelich, Cedar Rapids, had died ati 1:30 that afternoon was received. She underwent a critical operation last week Tuesday and failed to rally from' it. ' Mr.s. Froolich's maiden name was Julia Ferstl, and she was the youngest daughter of George Ferstl Sr., of this village. At death she was 35 years and 18 days ^old. At 20 she was married, and her husband and a son Robert, Itti, survive. The Froellchs lived here on a farm a year or so and then moved to Montana, where they lived three years. .They had been at Ce- dai- Rapids 11 years. Besides the husband, son, and father, three brothers and one sister survive: Geo. B. Ferstl and Richard Ferstl, both married, Max, still at home; and Mrs. John Richter, Wesley. The body was brought here Sunday, and on Monday at 9 o'clock a requiem high mass took place at the local Catholic church, followed by burial in the Catholic cemetery. There was a. large turnout for the funeral. The pall bearers were the brothers and brothers-in-law of the deceased: George, Richard, and Max Ferstl, John Richter, Charles Froelich, Wesley, and Dan Froelich, St Benedict. In attendance at the. funeral from out of town were Mr. and Mrs Henry Kerber, Chattsworth, 111. Mrs. Wiiliam Fienhold, Pontlax; 111.; Mrs. Fred Flinchford arid' V *~ and Mrs. Warner Kurtz, 'Blooming ton, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ricke, of Williams; and a number o relatiyes from Algona and Wesley Eight Pupils are Graduated— The final exercises of the ,loca parochial school took place Sunday evening and were, well attended diplomas were presented to lour boys arid four girls. The highes scholarship average, 97 per cent was won by Clare, son of Banker and Mrs. B. P. Rahm. None of th< graduates had an average below 90 per cent, and the results were the best ever achieved by the school though it always has a good rank ing. ,. • ' Rural Teacher Goes 'Home— Mrs. Barbara Kellershon, New Hampton, spent a few days last week with her daughter Irene whose school south of Algona closed Friday. She also visited at the John We Serve Ice Cream Our home made ice cream is at once a food as well fes a dessert. Served with the best of Fruits for Sundaes or So4as. Buy a quart or pint to take home and be convinced that home made ice cr.eam is best in every way. THS BEST OF SERVICE AT Algonquin Confectionary * " IRIS •o in tha height of their blooming lason. Visit our gardens NOW nd select the varieties you lack in our garden. I have some extra ne varieties. HORTENSE S. FERGUSON NEW CROP Home Brand Olives JUST RECEIVED All sizes, plain and stuffed, in all size bottles ready for your inspection. Long s Food Shop PIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH EVERYONE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND BIG FREE Cooking School MISS LEONA DEAL Specialist in Home Economics, in charge June 11, 12 and 13 AT— • . ' - . • - f^ m , Skelgas Store Sponsored by Authorized Dealer R.O.Bjustrom HOBARTON Telephone 1F11-577 ALG6NX ililllllM I I Mi,.*

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