Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1931 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 25, 1931
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"•*. KOflflTTTH COtJNTt ADVANCB. ALGONA. IOWA SWEACITYAN IS MARRIED TO CHICAGO YOUTH Swea City, June S3—At the home •Of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E'. Young, at noon last week Tuesday Itook. place the marriage o£ Leta Young, to William Hoffman, Chi- •cago The ceremony was performed •In the presence o£ the immediate tomlly by the Rev. F. O. Rinsinger, -of the Christian church at Marlon. The march was played by Iflrrol Young, brother o£ the bride. The tridal couple were unattended. Mr. •and Mrs. Hoffman left immediately for Chicago, where they were to •risit the bridegroom's parents, ana then after a tour of several weeks Jn Wisconsin and Michigan, will be at home at 2009 Loure Ave. IB Young People Confirmed— Eighteen boys and girls were con- Tlnoecl before a large audience to""day morning at 10:30 by the Kev. KG Swanson at the Lutheran church. Mr. Swanson was their instructor. Following are the names of members of the class: Richard Larson, Marjorle Lundqulst, Ldith O'Grecn, Charles Peterson, Irene •Rahlfe, Estella Schueler, John Schueler Jr., Arlett skromme, Lor- T-aine Larson, Mildred Thoreson. Thelma Appelt, Jane Carlson, Edith Dahl, Carol Fosgren, Ardella Hovey, Palmer Jensen, Bernice Jensen, Katlierlne Larson. JJistrlct E. L. Meet at Fenton— A district Epworth league con- •vention was held at Fenton last week Tuesday, and attending from •here were the Rev. B. L. Weaver, Tils wife, and daughter Gail, June, Burton, and Katherlne Thomson, Geneva Plcht, Bernice and Elsie -Smith, Harry Warburton, Harold Evans, and Sidney Hutchinsoru Swea City won third on an etti- xsmcy chart, Estherville winning, •lirst and Algona second. The convention will meet at Buffalo Center ,next year. Johnny Livingston, Air Pilot Three Bible Schools Close— The three Bible schools here closed last week. The Baptist school '.Tiad an enrollment o£ Go, the Methodist school, 40. The Methodists closed last Thursday, and a picnic took place Friday. The Lutheran school, which closed Friday, had an enrollment o£ .60, and it will have a picnic this week Wednesday. MO Attend Aid Guest Day— The Methodist Aid society entertained the other local aids and the aids at Lakota, Ledyard, Grant, and •Armstrong last week Wednesday, The total attendance was 180. A program was given: song, Reginald Winter; reading-, Lois James; song, quartet, Mesdames J. H. Warner, Thompson, Pearson, and Winter; -reading, Frances Kuchynka; song, Jtatherine and Frances /Thomson; the presence ot 81 relatives and friend*. The, couple were attended tojNLe-, ona Richardson, sister of the bride, and Paul L. Rlchardfion, her brother. , Alter the ceremony a'Deception was held and a two'Course lunch'con served. The newlyweds will live at Fort Dodge, where Mr. Bunner Is in. the produce business. Mrs. Bunner has been employed at the Klrsch laundry. DCS Molnos Ylsltor Honored— Mre. M. J. Strelt was hostess at both ah afternoon luncheon and an evening dinner last wee'k Wednesday in honor of her slster-in'-law, Mrs. M. L. Coo nan, Ues Molnes. Twelve guests were seated at a single table at which three courses were served. Bridge prizes In the afternoon were won -by Mre. F. 0. Williams and Mrs. F. E. Kent, and Mrs. Coonan received a guest prize. The high scores in the evening were won by Mrs. G. D. Shumway and Mrs. C. M. Frane. Mrs. Albert Kahn, Sheridan, Wyo., was an out- of-town guest In the afternoon, and Frances Duhlgg, Emmetsburg, an out-of-town guest In the evening. '•pHIS PICTURE IS PUBLISHED in connection with announcement in another column of Bmmetsburg's annual air show next Sunday. Johnny Livingston, of Waterloo, is shown in front of his plane with a large loving cup. which he won in a national air race in 1929. Kbruiilans Have Cnliaret Purty— The Algona Country club clubhouse was transformed into a gay cabaret for the annual Kiwanls club summer party last evening. It was decorated in Kiwanis colors of purple, gold, and white, the cabaret theme predominating, and covers were laid for 176 Kiwanlans and their guests at a three-course dinner served at 7 o'clock. The guests were greeted at the William Huston and her daughter Helen, all of Madison, AVis., Adris Willson, Cedar Rapids. and playlette, Gail Weaver Thomson. and June. Brotherhood Hero — Members of the Baptist Brother- Brotherhood and their wives enter- -tained members of the Algona "Brotherhood and their wives last -week Monday evening. The pro- 1 gram, which consisted of two talks and two musical numbers, was given by the guests, while the hosts and hostesses served the banquet. Thirty-five came from Algona. Paving Opened to Armstrong — The paving is now open to Arm-strong, though the road is not all- finished. Work is being held where' •the road crosses the railroad, four miles west of Armstrong, where the paving will go under the tracks. The railroad has so far refused to make a move, and it may be some time before the dispute is settled. W. C. T. U. Enjoys Picnic— The W. C. T. U. held its summer .picnic at the park last week Tues-day, and the members, with their husbands and children, made a large •crowd at supper time. Swea City's park is pretty at this time of year, and is a popular place for picnics. '250 Attend Methodist Picnic — The Swea City and Grant Methodist churches held their annual ^Sunday school picnic Friday after- at Hand's park, and 250 per fions attended. The schools furnished free swimming and free ice cream. There .were two kittenball Barnes, with races for the smaller children, besides other amusements. Other Swea City. Mrs. Oliver Ewing entertained a eroup of friends at the park one day last week in honor of her hus- hand's mother, Mrs. Adalaide Ewing. •The occasion was the -Swing's birthday. elder Mrs. The P. C. Dahls have been entertaining a sister of Mrs. r>ahl and •the sister's husband, the Rev. Mr. Vamen, a missionary on an Indian •reservation in Oklahoma. Mrs. Claire Erlckson was operated on for goiter at Iowa City last Thursday. She is to have an operation for gall stones as soon _ »he is able to stand it. Mrs. J. E. Young and her daugh- -tar Leta returned Sunday from Lake City, where Mrs. Young- had been caring- for her father and Leta for W, patient at a hospital. door by four daughters of Kiwan- ians In costumes in keeping with the club colors: Arba Dee Long, Helen Becker, Helen Goeders, and Bernice Harrington. Between courses and after dinner the following program was announced, Helen Goeders and Arba Dee Long alternating ae announcers: Clarinet solo, Charles Cretzmeyer, accompanied by his'mother; vocal solo, Evelyn Bode, accompanied by Jeannette Goeders; tap dance,.Eleanor Backus, accompanied by Jeannette Goeders; revue, five girls, under the direction of Doris Long: Isabel Greenberg, Jane Cretzmeyer, Betty Laird, Betty La Barre, and Betty Kohlhaas; cat and dog dance, Bernice Harrington and Helen Goeders; Old Gray Mare dance, Eleanor Backus and Madonna Quinn. One-act play, the Pot Boilers, directed by Mrs. D. H. Goeders, managed by Charles Akre; cast—Alice Rist, Doris Long, Charles Akre, Robert Harrington, Dennis Becker, William F. Steele, Frederick Clark, Donald Dewel. The program was concluded with a solo by Mrs. F. J. Clark, who was accompanied by her daughter Claribel, and the rest of the evening was spent at dancing in cotillion style. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Harrington, chairmen for the party, were assisted by the following committees: Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Goeders, program; Alvin Huenhold, decorations; Mr. and Mrs. H, J. Lacy and Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Bloom, dancing and decorations; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long, dining room; and Dr. H. L. McCorkle. A. E. Kresensky led singing during dinner. H. W. Miller is president of the club. Daughters of Ki- waniana assisted in the table service, and Evelyn Bode and Betty Barry served as cigaret girls during dinner. Algona Young- Couple AVed— Ethel Elizabeth English and Casey Loss were married yesterday at high noon at the home of the bride's father, the Rev. A. English, who performed the ceremony in the presence of 1>5 guests. There were no attendants. Adris Willson, Cedar Rapids, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs, L. G. Willson, played Lohengrin's wedding march as the bridal couple took their places before a bank of Slg-sbces Mure Golden Wedding— Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sigsbee, of Algona, celebrated their golden wedding Sunday, June 14, and in honor of the event there was a family gathering at their home. Mr. Sigsbee, .who was born June 30, 3S53, at Lugrange, Ohio, will be 7'8 next Tuesday. , His wife, who was Theresa Healey, was born February 8. 185G, in Pennsylvania, and she Is 75. Despite their age, both are In good health. They were married at Sun Prairie, AVis., June 12, 1SS1. For a fe\v years after their marriage the Sigsbees farmed ( near Sun Prairie. Then they came to Algona. For a time Mr. Sigsbee worked for the oldtime creamery firm of Wallace & Reed, after which the couple farmed near Burt. They retired and came to Algona in 1913, and have lived here during the last IS years. Children who came for a family dinner in honor of the golden wedding were Mrs. Rae Isenberger, Decorah, who was accompanied by her husband and four children, and Claude Sigsbee, Burt farmer, his wife, and three children. W. J. Sigsbee, who lives here, was in at. tendance, with his wife and three children, as also was Will Sigsbee, who lives with his parents. Two sons, Ernest, who is a plumber at Fort Collins, Colo., and Earl, a railroad carpenter at Sacramento, Calif, coujd not come. There are HI grand children. By a former marriage Mrs. Sigs bee has a son, George Stow, who Is manager of the Victoria hotel at Chicago. ' Uotnrluiis Plcnlck at Park— The regular Monday noon Rotary club meeting was abandoned and Instead there was a picnic at the Shelter House at the Ambrose A Call state park. Nearly 40 Rotarians and their wives attended. The committee in charge consisted o Mesdames J. C. Mawdsley, Geo. W Godfrey, J. W. Kelly, and F. D Mathee, but the latter, who helped plan the event, was not in attend ance, being out of town. The com mittee was assisted by Mesdames E C. Hancher and M. J. Streit. it,' up 28 Women are Entertained— Mrs. Al Falkenhalner and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer entertained 28 women at bridge luncheons last week Tuesday and last Thursday at the Falk- enhainer home. Mrs. Overmyer read a verse for each guest. At each plate was a coreage bouquet. The color scheme for the parties was yellow and green. A three-course luncheon was served each day at card tables. Mrs. F. C. Scanlan won high bridge score at the first party, Mrs. D. D. Monlux the low, Mrs. F. W. Wehler the cut. Mrs. D. Hi Goeders won the high score at the Thursday party Mrs. Dwight Andrews low, and Minnie J. Coate the cut. Showers for Etta Blcliardson— Etta Richardson, bride of Sun day, was honored at two showers Mrs. George Hofius entertained a the former's home Friday evening at a miscellaneous shower, and the time was spent at games. Refresh ments were served. Mrs. A, J Hertig, Mrs. Geo. E. Johnson, am Mrs. R. G. Richardson entertainec at the Hertig home last Thursday afternoon at another rniscellaneou shower, and refreshments -were served. Burt 4-H Girls In Meeting— The Burt Lively League 4-H girls net with the leader, Myrtle Hanna uesday, and the program follows oil call, beauty hints; demonstra on on removal of stains from cloth ng, Lorraine Kollasch; talk on ap ons.and one-piece dresses for horn rear, Margaret Laabs. A report wai iven by Rae Koestler and Beada vollasch on the 4-H state conven ion at Ames last week. 'Icnlc Honors Mrs. Webster— The county Legion Auxiliary, o 'hieh Mrs. F. H. Webster, Algona s chairman, honored her with a pic ic last week AVednesday afternoo t the Ambrose A. Call state park 'here were 25 women in attendance and each unit in> the county gav iart of the program. Mrs. AVebste vas presented with a black hand ooled purse. She is to leave Algon n September. )0 Attend Clubhouse Party— Mrs. S. E. McMahon and Mrs. A 'alkenhainer, with the assistance o Ruth McMahon, were hostesses a an afternoon Country club party a he clubhouse Tuesday. There wer 30 women in attendance. Mrs. F. C Scanlan and Mrs. D. D. Paxson wo the high bridge scores. Refresh At the call of "come and get the Rotarians and Anns lined Mr. and Mrs. thave returned Arthur Holcomb CN. Y., where they -delegates from the from Jamestown, were local sent as Swedish Lutheran church to a convention. Mrs. William Thompson was call•-ed to Plover one day last week by mews of the death of a little niece •liber brother's child. BOY SCOUTS SPEND NIGHT IN WOODS ON LONG HIKE By Bobby Dewel. The Boy Scouts made an overnight hike to the river heights last week Tuesday. After eating supper the boys who had canteeens walked 'back to Mr. Danson's car and filled .them, from a four-gallon jug, and In the meantime others had got sev- '•eral fires going. Some of- the boys slept together, " while others slept apart and a few ijcept their campfires going all night. "We got up about 5:30 and ate i-Tweakfast, after which most of us •*"took a hike through the woods fol- a trail previously blazed by other Scouts. We followed quite on the' trail. After we returned -camp we played "Capture the * then went home. » snapdragons, and terns, palms, gladiolus. After the ceremony a two-course wedding dinner was served at the Willson home by Mrs. Willson. The guests were seated at two tables, and the bridal table was centered with a wedding cake, the other table with a bouquet o£ flowers. The rooms were decorated with pink and white crepe paper streamers and flowers. The bride, who has lived here since she was a young girl, was graduated from the local high school and in 1928 was graduated from the school of music at Coe college, Cedar Rapids. Last year she taught English and music in the Archer high school, and prior to that she taught two years at Lu Verne. Mr. Loss, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michea' Loss, well known south of Algona farmers, is also a graduate of the local high school. He attended Coe college for a time and Is a member of the Sigma Phi fraternity chapter there. Since leaving college he has been farming. The couple, who left yesterday afternoon for a wedding trip to points in Minnesota and Wisconsin, will be at home here after July 16. Out of town guests who came for £h,e wedding were Ethel's grand-1 mother. Mre. Helen Eetea, and Mrs- with plates, cups, and cutlery, and were served. A long table on the north porch was completely filled There was no dinner program. W. A. Foster and County Agen Morrison served as committee in charge of an after-dinner program of sports. Kittenball was played but the score was not kept. Late there was a nail-driving contest fo the Anns, won by Mrs. Morrison who received a prize. Cards close the entertainment, and a prize was awarded to Mrs. Walter Lorenz. Etta HIcliardHOn Is Bride- Etta Mae, daughter of Mr. an Mrs. W. A. Richardson, Algona, an Lloyd L., son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L Bunner, Fort Dodge, were mavrle Sunday at 3 o'clock at the home o the bride's parents. The Rev. F. H Webster performed the ceremony i ments were served. The next even ng party will take place next Tues lay night. 12DUTTONS ATTEND ANN UAL FAMILY PICNIC The Duttdn family held its 26th nnnal family reunion Saturday at fairgrounds. This was a silver nnlversary celebration, and there rere 112 relatives and six visitors n attendance. The entertainment egan with a picnic dinner at noon, ervet) at two'long tables centered vlth bouquete of peonies and'roses. A program In the afternoon con- Isted of violin selections, songs, and ecitations, and J. B. Worden read paper on the 24 preceding reun- ons. W. A. .Dutton, who has been resident during the whole 26 years, vas re-elected. The only other of- Icer Is Mrs. Wallace McArthur, sec- etary-treneurer, who was also re- leoted. Five persons who have attended very reunion are Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dutton, Algona; Mrs. C. D. Montgomery, her daughter, Mrs. Clifford uhl, Forest City, and Mrs. Ed Campbell, Ledyard. A sister of Mr. Dutton, Mrs. Nanie Dltsworth, Lucedale, Miss., who hasn'.t seen any of her relatives in 8 years, was unable to attend. Two ibsent brothers are O. J. Dutton, Broken Bow, Neb., and O. H. But- Attending the re- son on, Los Angeles. union were: J. B. Worden, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Jutton, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dutton, laughters Hazel, Evelyn, and Donna Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Dutton, son Jarold, daughter Helen Carol, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dutton, Mary Adame, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Coleman, laughters Elizabeth, Minerva, Phylis, Marcella,* and son Ross Jr., all of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Worden, daughters Ada, Nelda, Laura, and La Vina, and sons John, Dwight and Raymond; Walter Dutton, daughters Dorothy, Helen,'and Marlon and sons Ralph and Robert; and Mr«. Of*c« fluitoh. *n«S tfred Cut* ton; all of Elmore. , Mr, And Mrt. Gteotge wordett, daughters MaJUnd, Qtena RulW, -Wli" ma, and eon Donald) Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hyofden,' sons-Robert, Leonard, and Gordon. Mr.'and Mrs.'Floyd Howell, daughters Mildred and Mar- llyft, all of Dows. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert White, son Claude, daughter Ruby, Cedar Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hefler, 'daughters Elaine, Zelda, and Corinne, son Harold, Granada, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden, Son Harvey].Mr. and Mrs. Ed Campbell Mr. and Mre. , Clifton Engelby, Orvllle, all of Ledyard. Mrs. J. W. Carmichael, Liberty- vine; Mrs. Frank Miller, Claremont; Mrs. Jos. Koppen, daughter Eleanor, and Vivian Dutton, Livermore; Mrs. C. J. Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton, son Robert, and Patricia and Barbara Whalen, all of Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell, sons Duane and Kenneth, daughter Bernlce, Fen ton. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bamsey, son Horace; Mr. and Mre. Mike Karnls, daughters Geneva and Shirley Ann, sons Mike. and. Eugene; Mr. and Mrs. James Brldel, son Robert; 'Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bamsey, son- Leonard; all of Lake Park. Mrs. Floyd Miller,' daughter Beverly Jean, Mankato; Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Montgomery, son Pierce, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Juhl, Forest City. The gueste were Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, Broken Bow, Neb.; Mrs. George Foote, Montgomery; Mrs. Kate Lelaml, Riverside, 111.; and Mrs. Flora Johnson and a Mr. Wood, Belvidere, 111. BETS BOOST FM MIMTHTTORNEY O. W. Stltlman, Algona attorney •associated* With fi/J.-Va'hJNess, was booiri&I'fo'f county attorney.by the Tltotika Topic two week* ago. Mr. Sttilman and 6. O. Shumway were contestants for the nomination four years ago, and Mr. ShumWay won' by a harrow margin. The Topic said! "Mr. Stlllman Is one of the young lawyers of Aigpna and graduate of the law department of the state University. Since he became a parttter with "Van-Ness he has one of the bu 8 |e s . lows at the County ago he was a attorney, but \ row margin, it i, e Into the political for the nomination. Mr a fine-appearing ymin '' would, make the count j. enforcement officer." Whlttemorc, jJ^TT .North Jr., of " • • ~ Palo Alto coiu. tj , tine through one week Tuesday. We Had a Birthday Fidac Program Planned. Titonka, June 23—All Kossuth Legion and Auxiliary members are urged to listen to a special Fidac radio program to be broadcast from station WOI, Ames, this week Friday afternoon between 4 and 4:30. Leone Ladenhoff, department Fi- dac chairman, will be in charge. FOR SALE—TWO NEW MAYTAG washers for sale cheap, with engine or motor. Used some for demonstrators.—A. K. Cliff. 19u41 On the 18th of this month o^ firm celebrated Its -1th anniversary for It was on June the istli, 1927, that we were established in Algon.i The years that have passed have been years of sincere, honest service, Which we have tried consistently to Improve. It le our everlasting ambition to make Merrill service letter and belter every year. MERMTT FUNERAL HOME rior Service" 403E.M9GREGOR Easl of Centra HOT SHOTS Thursday, Friday, Saturday, June 15-6-7 THIS WEEK PEABERRY COFFEE Our highest grade Peaberry, «• equal to any coffee sold at 29c, I now, per pound ~ Look for our adv. with new lower prices every week, Societies to Have Picnic— The Methodist Woman's Home Missionary society, the Queen Esthers, and the Home Guards will hold their annual picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park today, and persons who attend are to take covered dishes and be at the church at 2:30 p. m. Transportation will be furnished. Ice cream will be provided. Party Honors Visiting Woman— Mrs. A. E. Kresensky entertained at three tables of bridge last Thursday night in honor of her sister, Mrs. I. R. Riggs, Poland, O. Mrs. F. C. Scanlan won the high score, and Mrs. Riggs received guest prize. Refreshments were served. , Mrs. AValter Barton, of St. Paul, was an out of town guest. Legion "Aux" Tomorrow Night— The Legion Auxiliary will meet tomorrow night at 8 at the Legion hall. This will be a monthly meeting. Mrs. H. W. Edwards' division will be in charge of the social part of the program. Other Society. Mrs. F. C. Scanlan entertained her bridge club Friday afternoon at three tables, Mrs. H. M, Hauberg and Mrs. I. R. Riggs, Poland, Ohio, winning the high scores. Guests of the club besides Mrs. Riggs were Mrs. D. T. Nugent, Mrs. M. J. Streit, her sister-in-law, Mrs. M. L. Coonan, Des Moines, and Mrs. Walter Barton, St. Paul. After bridge lunch was served. The Loyal Temperance Legion will meet with Mrs. Ellis McAVhor- ter tomorrow at 3 p. m. The Legion members are invited to attend the next W. C. T. U. meeting at Mrs. Neal Smith's, where a picnic will take place. Mimeographing Advance Publishing Co. Pineapple Pull No. 2 1-2 large can, in syrup, can— 16c Limit, 5 cans to customer. Pork and Beans "'Armour Veribest", tall 1 pound can— Limit 6 cans to customer. MEN'S UNION SUITS Short sleeves, balbriggan stylo, all sizes 59c MEN'S DRESS STRAW HATS l._ ,____„_. 98c All new styles RED PITTED CHERRIES Pull pack No. 10 size cans. Limit, one can to each customer. Bargains Children's new style pajama OQf* dresses Oww Ladies' hats, spring styles, to close £4 out 9 I Pink salmon, tall cans, 2 for P. & G. soap, 10 bars .—*„. Pure silk full- fashioned STOCKINGS Our $1.39 grade. Special price 79c Women's lOc HANKIES Highly mercerized plain and fancy only 6c Women's 29c Rayon STOCKINGS Form ioned, assorted shades. 19c Hardwater castile soap, 3 bars Girls' white sailor pants Certo, bottle Ladies', new style voile dresses 19c 29c 17c 98c 25c 89c Another astonishing bargain. WOMEN'S HOUSE FROCKS Fast colors,. $1.00 values, 2for$l while stock is complete _ Tennis Shoes LADIES' 'SLIPPERS 200 pairs dress .slippers to close out at one price. Values up to $5.00, $1.98 Bargains 29ej 19c I5c 251 191 Peanut butter, full quart jar ---Jar rubbers, 4 dozen --------Matches, 6 boxes for -----Cookies, 2 IDS. ----------Peas, 4 cans Llbby's fruit salad, can , Monarch pure apple butter, jar - Riceflakes, Ifljj] Heinz, package _.'I* W 1 M'S STORE We Buy Eggs for Ca»h or Trade. Bloom's Grocery Department will be open every Thursday night during band concert <M*son for Ike ieuce of our customers. We screen or frames

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