Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1931 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 11, 1931
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I Equipped either with rten. for tall bottles and] . porcelain, surface* iiy to keep clean. ilium-plated fittings of [deiign that never need t Ihat can be built Into i or cupboards, for the smallest or mily. yiar guarantee that mechanism, cabinet. al Motor* value). mi*nt term* arranged to nirchaser, IDAIRE II White Poreelaln-On-S»eel i Are Sold With a EAR COMPLETE UARANTEE K. CLIFF ' SHOP Dry Cleaners Phone 791 Hunter 'resents 'her JCITY PLAY BOYS Featuring . Bon and White Team. WED JUNE 3RD Bancroft, June ft—A wedding took place Tuesday morning at 8:30 at St. John's Catholic church, when Evelyn Coyne was united | n marriage to Emery Deitering. The ceremony was road by the Key. J. IX Flsch. The couple were attended by Marie Coyne, sister of the bride and Cletus Dbituring, brother of the bridegroom.. The bride was gowned in a long white net dress and a, white veil, and her maid wore a dress of eggshell chiffon and a large picture hat. A wedding dinner was served by the bride's parents at their horrio to 2i> relatives and friends. The bride, who is the oldest daughter o t the Frank Coynes, was graduated from St. John's high school two years ngo and has been teaching the school ('our miles west of Bancroft. Mr. Deitering is a son of the Henry Detterings of this city ,and is truck- man for the Champll'n Oil Company hero. They left Tuesday afternoon on a 10 day wedding trip to the Black Hills. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ostwinkle, Des Moines, were here to attend the wedding. Mrs. Ostwinkle is a sister of the, bridegroom. A. ,1. LOIKM-KIIIIS Visit Here- Mr, and Mrs. A. J. Lonorgan, Oakland, Calif.,' aml daughter came a week ago last Sunday to visit his folks, Mr. and Mrs. p. A. Lonergan. Mr. Lonergan Is in the insurance business there. They drove through in their new Buick sedan -and made the trip of 188!) miles in 43 hours. They will visit Mrs. Lonergan's folks at Churdan before returning to California. The Lonergans come out here every summer. •Lesion Sponsors weekly Dances— The McKinnon Post of the Legion held its month'ly meeting last week Monday evening at the Legion rooms. The Legion stages dances every Wednesday evening at the pavilion. Al Menke and ills Gang, of Fairmont, play for the dance next week. Menkes played here three weeks ago and 223 numbers were sold. Students Home from 'College — Neil Gary and Ray Brink came home Saturday from Omaha, where they attended Creighton university last .year. This was Neil's first year in college and Ray's second. Leo Nurre returned f-rom Collegeville, Minn., where he attended St. John's University for the second year. Mrs. Kockler Had Guests— Mr. and Mrs. August Ewalt and daughters Dolores and Sister M. Ce. cile of Austin, Minn., visited Mrs. John Kockler last Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Kockler and daughter Joe returned to Milwaukee Friday after 'three weeks visit here with Mrs. Tollefson was formerly Doris Dyer. Leone Kerens, Omaha, is here on her two weeks vacation from network in an Insurance office there. She is visiting her folks, the Peter Borons. Mr. and Mrs, Eugene Wolf have rented the Joe Doleschal place In the west part of town, and will take poscssion Monday. Charles Dalhauser and -Arthur Twenty Years Ago Advance* Juno 15, 11)11. Frank I'ruls, shoemaker, who lost $1800 while In the company of two strangers on a drinking party, had the money returned to him by John Newman, farmer east of town, who found the Prute wallet in the weeds. The pocketbook contained the money in currency, and a freight bill of lading made out to Pruia. Newman let Pruls worry for n. few days over. 1 the loss o£ the money before returning it to him, and then claimed ?lfln reward ihat Pruls had offered to teach the latter a lesson. Pruia put the money in ,1 bank, where it would be kept for him on a certificate of deposit, having learned his lesson not to carry that amount of money around on his person. t t t A IIOIHO (nlciif show, directed by Joy Wellington, was announced a success. The play was a musical comedy, and was sponsored by Epi.s- .Morrlll left Sunday for Mille Lacs, Minn., to spend a week fishing. Leo Kchiltz, St. Louis, la visiting his folks, the M. F. Sehlltzs. AGEOTlfolA WOMAN BURIED LAST MONDAY Tltonkn, June 9—-Mrs. Edward Saathoff died „,; O ld age a week ago last Friday and was buried last >v<?o|v- Monday. Mrs. Matcha Saat- hol'f nee Mansen was born in East Friosland, (Icrrvmny, October 4, 1S-1-I. She joined the Lutheran church at an early ago and contin-i copal women, who cleared $33 on uinl in the faith till her death. She | the performance. MISSION FEST AT SENEGA IS 3-DAHVENT Seneca, June 9—A three-day mission meeting was held at the local Lutheran church, beginning- Friday. Missionary Tverberg, who spent 14 years, on the island of Madagascar off the east coast of Africa, attended and related rnany tilings about hia work. Sunday, evening he showed stereopticon views -before a larg-a audience. It was, inspiring to note changes In the habits and condition of the peupls since the missionary work begnn. Among ministers in attendance at the mission meetings at one time or another were Benson, of Rake, li.lelmelaivl, of Armstrong. eca, and Lone Rock friends. Silver Wedding is Celebrated— The Lawrence Saxtons spent Sunday at William Bohtinsky's, Blue Earth, and helped celebrate the Bohtlnshys' silver wedding. Others there were the Jens Petersons, Ringsled, and the Frank Snyers family and the Andrew Bergs, Swea, City. . ' '• , Rodmans Off fcr the East— Supt. and Mrs. H. L. Jlossman, with their son, will leave for Buffalo N. V.. this week Tuesday to spend the slimmer with relatives. H. W. Post Bray and Transfer Long Distance Hauling Every load Insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 298 Algona, Iowa. GEO, L, MILLER Building Contractor We Do All Kinds of BUILDING Estimates Furnished 610 S. Dodge, Phone 763 Algona, Iowa. and Gaard, of Cylinder. A large j 1: " rn '_ ntimber of outside visitors were ali-'o present. Sunday inornintv a large Other Seneca Nmvs The Supervisor olaf Funntmark?, Wesley, attended Hervic.es at the j Lutheran chur.-h here Sunday and k n t 1 "" 1 '' K " n l^wnrd at Milieu Jen- pen's to attend the summer parochial school. Kuiwrvisor and Mrs. Olaf Funne- niark, Wesley, the Anthony Shaws. Armstrong, Hans T'rcstus, Bancroft, ;mii John Cherlanrl, Lone • Rock., visitov.s Sunday at John Q*- Lslaml Anderson. Davenport. I ti ti iiit __ rpeiu the wcek-ond with his father, I offering was taken up for missions.! Albert Anderson, and sifter, Mrs. j Mi-, and Airs. Earl Wear, Marshal"!, ' Fo! " l-ef! t Christf nson. He was en j 'spent thu|"- u ' t? '" P°' r 'ts north on a fishing 1 ! PRESENTING I rOMFHRT LJ SMARTLY STYLED was married to Kdward SaathofC in VXI14 in her native land, and to this union five children were born. In 1SCJ2 the family came to the United States and first settled in Butler county, near Parkersburg, where they lived for two years. In 1SO-1 they moved to Dickinson county and engaged in farming till 1011, when they moved to Titonka. In 1'J^O Mr. Saathoff died and for two years she remained in Titonka before moving to . the home of her daughter, Mrs. Henry Sonnenberg, where she lived till death. Mrs. Saathoff was a member of the Titonka Lutheran church. She is survived by four children: Geerd and Edward Saathoff, Grundy county; Sathoff, Hampton; and Richard ^ Mrs. Henry. Sonnenberg, Titonka; and 23 grandchildren; fifteen great- grandchildren, and many friends. Funeral services were conducted at the Lutheran church Monday, June 1, at 2 p. m. by the Rev. H. . W. Schoenleln. * Coleta took them to • West Thursday to see the Grotto. Bend Kockler and Mrs. Ewalt ters. are sis- Mrs. Doyle ami Mnry Return— Mary Doyle came home 'Friday from Prnirie-du-Sac, Wls., where she teaches In the high school. Her mother, Mrs. G. Doyle, who had been visiting relatives in Cuba City, Wis., the past ten days came home with Mary. Mrs. A. J. Berens Honored— The Misses Berens gave a party in honor of their sister-in-law, Mrs. A. J. Berens Friday evening. Bridge was played at six tables, and Mrs. J. Williams won high score and Mrs. A. H. Deitering Won a cut prize. Mrs. Berens received-a guest prize. 4-H Girls Meet at Algona— Rally day for the Kossuth county 4-H club girls was held at the Ambrose A. Call state park, Algona, last Thursday. The program consisted of talks by F. L. Ryerson, Burt, county Farm Bureau president, E. R. Morrison, county agent, and by Mrs. J. H. Warburton, county chairman of woman's project work. The music memory contest, for which the girls had been studying this year, was held, followed by lunch Mary Gish', county president, Intro duced the presidents of each of the 14 clubs and each one told what her club had accomplished; The delegates for the state conference were introduced and each told what she •had accomplished . All the clubs were also .represented in the style show. In the music memorycontest •Irvington won first, Portland second, and Wesley third. The Airline and North Iowa Pike trails were suggested lv two groups of autoists coming into Algona that week. The Airline, now Xo. 169, ran Jrom Des Moines to the Twin Cities, and followed the present route of 160. • The North Iowa Pike followed No. IS from AVesley to Alna, but took the former location of the highway west from Algona, over the Call bridge at the west edge of town. Algona autoists met at the courthouse the preceding week to develop a sponsoring organization for the Des Molnes-Twin Cities highway. t + t The TJII Verne State bank was organized to succeed the German bank of Lu Verne. Leading stockholder was W. E. Kyler, cashier, now in California, and others included ,T. W. Sullivan and S. E. McMahon, Algona, Matt Baumgartner, Edward Pierson, Fred Tiede, V. E. Stephenson, Ellis Bros., Dr. P. V. Janse, and F; A". Niver. Officers Minn., and a daughter week-end at the parental J. M. AVear home. The Wear grandchildren, Winifred and Jimie Dodds, I'cpjjoy, were also here. vacation. Xclst Chvlstenson, Sonera garage-ij num. left I'm- Ccltiradn Monday. The | * Nelson boys are looking after the j { The August Christiansens, King- stort, and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Dnhl were Sunday evening; guests at Chris Nelson's. Tiie Lutheran Young' People's .society meets at Hans AVilberg Sr.'s this weak Thursday evening. William Osliorn fir,; party— William .Osborn was pleasantly surprised, last week Wednesday evening, when all his children ami their families except Lester arrived to help him celebrate his Both birthday. Mr. and Mrs. George Letcher, Alexandria, S. D., and Mrs. Letta Stephenson, Topeka, Kans., who had I been here but had gone to Buffalo] Center to visit other relatives re- : turned for the event. Lunch brought by the guests was served. Lctchers Are 50 Years Wed— 'Mr. and Mrs. AVHHam Osborn and their son Larkin-drove to Alexan- _.^_ i ,., l , f „„..„, „„„ dria, S. D., Monday to help.celebrate j ousnesa, or Burning; due to funct. 1 Kidney Acids Break Site If Getting Up Nights, Backar irequent day calls, Leg Pains, Nc, the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. George Letcher Tuesday. Mrs. Let. Cher and Mrs. Osborn are sisters. All of the Letcher children, their children, and brothers and sisters of the honor couple were expected. Shower tor Mrs. Russell Sharp-* Florence Nielsen, Ringsted, was hostess at a recent miscellaneous post-nuptial shower for Mrs. p t ussell Sharp, formerly Helen Nielsen. The couple were secretly married last October. The bride was presented with many gifts .by Ringsted, Sen- al Bladder Irritation, In acid cor,' tlons, makes you feel tired, depress and discouraged, try the OystexTe.- "Works fast, starts circulating th ! the system In 16 minutes. Praised ! thousands for rapid and positive ac tlon. Don't give up. Try Cystex (pr-. nounced Siss-tex) today, 'under ti Iron-Clad Guarantee. Must quick; allay these conditions, Improve reh' fu.1 sleep and .energy, 05 none" b"" Only 60o at " E. W. LUSBT'S DBUG STOKE Here's Footwear that has an air of sparkling newness about it. It starts right by giving you the comfort you demand particularly during the summer months. Slim, trim, and sleek you'll like Footwear of this type, not only from its style viewpoint, but for its value. One-strap with open shank and small perforations; at $6 Christensen Bros. Co.. Shoe Department Mrs. Richards Leaves— Mrs. Lulu Richards, left Saturday for a two weeks' vacation before taking her position as manager .of the telephone office at Clarion. Mrs. Richards has managed the office here three years. [Wging Trio Novelty Acts NCE Farm Bureau met Tuesday— The regular monthly Farm Bureau community meeting was held at the public school Tuesday even- Ing. Mrs. John Jongberg spoke on the "Value of Vacation." The usual lunch was served. J. B. Wessel Visiting Here— The Rudolph Wessels came from St. Paul Saturday, and brought Mr. Weasel's father, J. B. Wessel, hei-e. He will stay at the J. C. Menke home. The Rudolph Wessels returned home Sunday evening. Woman's Club Holds Meeting— The first of the summer meetings of the Woman's club was held at Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe's last week with Mrs. H. W. Schoenlein assisting. A short business meeting was called to finish up work left from the last year, Mrs. Edith Fisher gave an interesting report of the convention of the Iowa Federation of Woman's club at Marshalltown, which'she. attended as county ..delegate. Dr. \Villiam Schmidt Dead — The Rev. H. W. Schoenlein received word last week Monday morning of Dr. William ^Schmidt's death of pneumonia Sunday at Hawkeye. Dr. Schmidt is an uncle of Mrs. Schoenlein. Funeral services were held last week Tuesday from the home of his son, Rudy Schmidt, of St. -Paul, Minn. Dr. Schmidt has written several books, two of which are in the local library. JUlf J! 18 Rhythm Kings, pm D»CG woft Doris Button is Graduated — The Roy Buttons and daughter Doris left Saturday for Minneapolis where Doris graduated from the University of Minnesota Monday evening. She was in the department Of business administration. Dr. Scanlan Moves to Algona — Dr. C, J. Scanlan moved his office to Algona last week. Dr. Scan- Ian had been a resident of Bancroft for n'ne years. Bums for Marriage Called— The banns of matrimony were published for the first time Sunday at St. John's church between Edgar Rolet and Margaret Neuman. Other Bancroft News. The Carl Browns, Lu Verne, Minn., spent the week-end at the Otto Barenthin home. Mrs. Barenthin and Mrs. Brown are sisters and A. Honken is their father. Mr. Honken makes his home with the Barenthins. Marie Brown stayed with the Barenthins for a longer Visit. Mr, and Mrs. N. J. Merrill, daughter Margaret, ,the Jos. Engessers, and the I. F; Engessers grot home Thursday evening from a trip to the Black Hills and to Vim, N. D-. where they visited relatives. Mrs. Wn». Carolin stayed at the I. F. Engessers while they were away. The senior Henry Menkes went to Marathon Thursday to visit their son Henry and family $. few days. Roy McGuire took them over. Gerald Meake, son of the J. H. Menkes, who ha4 been visiting there, returned (home with Mr. McGuire. The Jos. Whalens, Mason City, visited her brother, Charles Baker and 4-H Girls Meet at Stott's— The 4-H girls' club met with Doris and Ruth Stott Friday, Leota Oesterreicher spoke on Personality Types, Myrtle Ama told of a good shampooing method, and a demonstration was given by Loraine M. Peterson on an approved shoe. The lesson was on fagoting, and several of the girls cut out patterns. Patricia Ball Has Tonsils Out— The Dr. R. C. Balls drove to Mason City last week Wednesday on business. Mrs. Ball and Patricia, the youngest child, remained at the hospital overnight while Patricia had her tonsils removed. Children Hear Stories Told— The community children's story hour was held in the Legion room Saturday afternoon and was well attended. The children were under the direction of Mrs. Ray Bonacker. Surprise Birthday Party Given- Friends surprised Mrs. Camilla Cooper by a surprise birthday party Monday afternoon. They brought lunch and presented her with gift. ' Mrs. Bartlett a* Hospital- , here last week Tuesday. Tbe "WJjalens formerly lived here. eon Thomas was married in Mason City a week ago |£Rora Hutcbinson is visiting the J'.^l Wtaderte »t Ote»bun>, V. p. ^"Wtaderl w4 a so* v«w here last w«ek and attend Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett, who has been sick for several weeks, is in the Park hospital, Mason City. Other TttonM News, Florence Reynolds, B e ul a h Schutjes, and Violet Slack drove to Rowan Sunday to visit the Rev. G. Squires family, formerly ot Titonka. The Ernest Hansens, Rudd, were here Saturday and Sunday to . attend the wedding- of his brother, Andrew M- Hansen and Agatha M, CaugbUn at Algona Friday. Peter Callles drove to Des Moines Saturday to visit a friend. Jerry Schutjer is driving his oil truck till he returns. Andrew Peterson has been making Improvements on his property which was recently vacated by the R. J. Tldmans. . Otto Fa«c. who was elcte last weefc is still under the care el Pr- H. M. Wallace, AJgona. Tfae Harry Beeds drove to gtiaday to vjelt irtends an* O Slack and son Neil drove to *» were Mr. Sullivan, president, Mr. Ellis, vice president, who with Messrs. Kyler, Tiede, and Stephenson formed the board of directors. t t t Bishop Samuel 'Fallows, of Chicago, was substituted for one of the numbers at the Algona cho.uta.uqua, scheduled to .open July 2. AA r . M. Galbraith was secretary of the chautauqua association, which sponsored home-owned and home-managed affairs. t t t Al Falkonlialnor and Jos. Paxson, members of the city council, were circulating petitions asking the council to call an election to bond the city for $18,000 to buy new equipment for the city plant. A total of 319 signatures was necessary to require the council to act. t t t nolle was agitated when a proposed .railroad from Sac City to Algona threatened to pass that city. The proposed line was to be built by the Northwestern. . t t t Captain W. H. Ingliam was to speak at the dedicaton of a memorial at Fort Defiance, Estherville. Captain • Ingham led the Northern Border Brigade that established the fort during the Indian troubles during the Civil war period. •. • . t t t AV. H. Ketclmm, real estate agent who stirred Kossuth land into a boom, was admitted to practice at the bar without examination by the state supreme court. Mr. Ketcham had been a lawyer in his old home in Indiana. t t t The Robertson Moving Picture company, of New York, was to give a two-hour show at the Call opera house. 'The show consisted of travel reels, and Mr. Robertsn lectured during the pictures. <• t t t Raymond "Wehlcr was substituting for M. J. McCall at the postof- fice while the latter was on a vacation. . t t t A Fourth of July celebration was to be held at the old Grover farm in Portland township. A speaker, ball game, and sports were to feature the day. Portland farmers generally attended such events. .t t t The AVD1 ley automobile at Ger- manla caught fire when the gasoline tank ran over while being filled. x The operation took place at night, and the rear kerosgpe lamp was burning. The gas flowed' around the lamp, and quickly ignited. The fire was put out after $75 worth of damage had been done. . . • t t t A 99,100 dredging outfit had been ordered to dredge the south end of Medium lake at Emmetsburg to make a bathing beach. Hot weather and a lack of rain had made .the lake waters recede, and there waa a chance that sortie of the work could be done with team and scraper. t t t A den of sbc young wolves was dug up at the Scuff ham pasture In Union township, but the mother was not caught. The wolves had mad? raids on the Gardner brothers' and Alfred Jergenson stock. t t t lu Verne "Old Maids" formed an organization with an annual picnic at which diplomas were given those who "graduated" into fffttrtoony. The "maids" at the 1911 picnic were Bulu and Jennie Patterson, Lura Hanna, Clar* and pthel Thorpe, Daisy Gregory, Myrtle Jordan, Anna \Yoito, Jennie Pettibqne, Berths, «>4 Effie Godfrey, Gertrude Hot, and Edna ipine. Graduates present were Mrs. W. Jl. Kyler and Mrs. Wi»- Wolto. The 1911 picnic was held on thq O. J. gtephenaon lawn. The Stephensons came to Algona from Lu Verne when Mr. Stephenson was elected clerk in 1910, f he Silt creamery burned tg. th§ ground, S^JWftoiaer* me* Mid ,dj| T elded to rebuild, and stock totaling Cook where you ma/ S E E the E F FICI E N C Y and CONVENIENCE MISS LEONA DEAL Specialist in Home'Economics, in .charge JUNE 11, 12 AND 18 -. —at— • • ' : SKELGAS STORE Sponsored by Authorized Dealer B. 0, BJUSTBOM Hobarton Telephone 1F11—577 Algona and all around efficiency. It is economical and SAFE. And it brings you real gaa service wherever you Jive—in town or on the farm. W ON'T yon accept our invitation to come to this Free Skelgas Cooking School? Our Demonstrator will prepare delicious foods using owe of the modern, convenient Whether or not you are considering im and beautiful Skelgas stoves. She will give stalling Skelgas in your home-so yon may youmanyhelpfulhinUontheeasypreparation enjoy real gas for cooking, lighting and water of meal«-u»ing clean, economical Skelga*, beating-you will surely want to see this Free Cooking Demonstration. Remember f 8,099 was to lie ¥. fro»» to . Yon will have an opportunity to carefully inspect the stove yourself if yon wish-sef the many ipecial feature*, light the ga*, feel the intensely hot flame, turn it w4 pjgc e, Accj pt oiir c«»« tefij 3kehjas is real natural »«f inefficient wad soot, and odor-forming elements, It i* the very «tanf> of gas-wfjl ga*. «. ™ a «» ™

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