Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1931 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 25, 1931
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'<??*•> ,!"*'• '07 •> A. t*8k •V, »i K088UT H COUNTY ADVANCE. AbQONA. IOWA PAGE COUSIH FROM COON RIDGE" Comedy iti Three Acts HOPE CHBRCH, FRIDAY, JUNE 26 , North •! Hobarton oa Gravel Road Given by Union 4-H Club Girls ews For Service Don't envy folks who look cool and -clean and smart in the hottest weather. Send YOUR clothes to Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 537 Mrs. P. D. Williams went to Chicago Friday to visit a sister. The F. D. Mathes family is Visiting at points In eastern Iowa and Illinois. The H. A. Reimers are vacation- Ing briefly In the neighborhood of Brainerd, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver spent Olenwood, Minn., and their daughter went home Monday, after three weeks with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leason. Marshall Is a government grain Inspector. Editor S. B. Cairy, of Whittemore, was an Algona visitor Tuesday, and was accompanied by his brother Mrs. R. E. Menzel. Margaret Schemel went to Omaha Monday to attend summer school at Creighlon university. Mrs. Jennie Dye, Minneapolis, spent the week-end with her daughter, Mrs. Edythe Datley. Robert Brown, West Bend, had his appendix removed at the Kossuth hospital Monday evening. The Dr. F. E. Sawyers left Sunday for northern Minnesota. They expected to be gone till July 1. The Rev. P. If Braner preached Sunday at a Lutheran mission festival at Minnesota Lake, Minn. The Rev, P. J. Braner and his |Y 4th OF JULY ELEBRATION IN 50 MILES AT iOSSUll ALGONA, IOWA Imendous Program in Celebration of the Opening of the New Grandstand. :AR BABCOCK— In the "Death Trap Loop." This attraction featured the European Olympia circus in ^e Chicago Stadium this spring. It is big, with a supreme exhibition of unequalled nerve and courage. Babcock rides a bicycle down a steep incline only three feet wide, and 110 feet long, and at 70 miles an hour Babcock makes an insiae loop in the apparatus, and then the rider and bicycle jump a 40-ft. gap to a landing platform. UICY GIRLS- TWO beautiful girls toy with death on a gigantic tapering spire high in the air. No nets or safety devices are used. A major attraction where it is shown. • AWARD— A diminutive Aerial Queen, who-in concluding her display of acrobatics in the air, throws her body over in a one-hand pull up at a heignt or more than 50 feet 150 times! JEATWOODS- IA knockout, knockabout comedy novelty, with a trickhouse, and a climax of hilarious hokum. FIVE LELANDS— Head to head balancing, tumbling, formations, in a platform act of acrobatics. \ men and a woman in a real attraction. IPOLITRIQ— WLS singers and players on guitar, banjo and accordion. The spice of the program, bongs and music from fascinating jazz to grand opera. INATOJTION fCE TO CUFF If ASDr |»SE RACING TWO— Comedy Boxiug GAME ON JTEW W4MOND ^OIfA MIWTABY ALADDIN SHOWS ON IWDWAY^ANP AN Firework. HbpUjrto CI °« e the new w it h amily were guests tat the Lutheran parsonage at Lu Verne last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Byson are parents of a boy, their second child, born at their home in Riverdale townshjp Sunday. The Baptist Loyal class meets this afternoon with Mrs. Emily Rawson, Mrs. Florence Furst and Mrs. Carrie Taylor assisting. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bonar were at Esthervllle Saturday afternoon and evening, and Mr. 'Bonar attended to legal business there. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Cullen, Del- wein, brought Catherine Strelt home Sunday. Catherine had been with her aunt two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Meyers, Algona, are parents of a girl, born at the Kossuth hospital Sunday morn- Ing. Mrs. Anna Uhlendorf, of Chicago, came Saturday for an extended visit with her daughter Mrs. D. H. Goed- rs. Gertrude Long, Helen Goeders, and Elinor Keen leave tomorrow for Boone to spend 12 days at a girls' camp. AVilliam F. Steele returned Tuesday from Iowa City, where he had spent several days with university friends. Mr. and Mrs. Fre<l Byson, Riverdale township, are parents of a boy, born Sunday at their home, the second child. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson leave this morning for Clear Lake, where they will be at the W. C. Dewel cottage till Sunday. Mrs. Al Bloom and her children went to St. Paul last week Wednesday for a month with Mrs. Bloom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Goeders leave today for Lansing, where Mr. Goeders will spend the week-end on state fish and game board duty. Attorneys L. E. Lihnan, H. W. Miller, and G. W. Stlllman attended the state bar meeting at Des Moines last week Wednesday to Friday. H. H. Seimers, Indianapolis, who once taught science in the local high school, is a guest of the Overmyers. He teaches at Indianapolis now. E. J. Murtagh stopped at Knoxville last Thursday to visit Julius Carmichael, Liberty vllle; Mrs, t Frank Miller, Claremont, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Koppen and Eleanor and Vivian Dutton, Llvermore; and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur. The women, all daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Dutton, were here for the 25th Dutton reunion. Frank Kohlhaae is building a house for himself on east Call street, across the street east of .T. W. Sullivan's. E. W. Hanson is the contractor. The foundation will be completed this week, and the house will be a frame structure, 24x34, with a 10x18 garage, and a 6x20 porch in front. The house is to be completed by November 1. The exterior of the Dehnert European hotel Is being improved with a fresh coat of paint. This is one of the principal buildings of the town, and it is a great credit to Mr. and Mrs. Dehnert' that they keep It up so well. The Interior has been painted by the Dehnerts themselves, who take pride in having everything spick and span. W. A. Richardson and eons are doing the work. Mr. and Mrs. Clemmer Horan Hollywood, Calif., and their daughter Letha arrived Sunday for a visll till after the Fourth with Clem- mer'e parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H Horan. From here they go to Chicago, where Clemmer will look af- business matters for a bonding company by which he Is employed They travel by car and, Clemmer and the children there for the eum- who drove 5?0 m ,, eg Sundayi make mer. The cottage Is on the south- goocl spee d east side of the lake. Mrg _ w H Lense _ w , fe Qf ^ A , Mrs. R. W. Horigan went to Des gona dlatr f ot Metho ,ii 8 t superintend- Molnes Monday in response to al nt| anfl her aaughter Ione le n yes- message announcing'the death Sun- te rday for Monrovia, Calif., to visit purchased ground at Eagle Grove for a greenhouse which he plans tp build soon. Madonna Quinn returned Saturday from Fairmont, Minn., where she had spent a week with her mother, Mrs. M. J. Quinn, who Is In charge of the dining room and club clubhouse. .Tohn Lunstrom, Advance pressman, Is taking a two months lay-off which will be spent with his mother at DCS Moines and a brother on a farm near Forest City. Evan Finnell is meanwhile taking his place at the Advance shop. The P. .T. Christensens went to their cottage at Spirit Lake Saturday. Mr. Christensen returned Monday, leaving- Mrs. Christensen TRINITY EVANOEMCAIy MJ- THEHAK—P. J. Braner, Pastor — Next Sunday;: Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.; GermaVi divine service, 1ft . . The Aid will meet today with Mre. E, Genrlch The Sunday •school teachers will meet tomorrow evening at the parsonage . . . The Y. P. S. will hold its next meeting fuly 7 In the school room ... A luarterly business meeting of vot- ng members of the church will take ilace Sunday, July 6, at 2:30 p. m. PRESBYTERIAN, ,1. L. Coleimm, Castor—Sunday is a day of worship for all who come with us. The morning hours are given to study find worship. Sermon subject next Sunday. The Dark Hours of Sin. Evening: Y. P. S. C. E. at The last hours of the contest are drawing near; let all who are inter^ rsted take notice. The evening wor> ship will be at the Congregational church; sermon theme, Christ Chal lengo-s Vou. day of her step-father, Fred An derson. Funeral services were held Tuesday, and Mrs. Horigan is ex pected home this mid-week. • a sister of Mrs. Lease. They were to make stops at Omaha and Denver, also at the Grand Canyon. They I will come home In a month via NAZARBNE, Lwt«r Williams, Pastor — N|>x!t Sunday: Sunday school at 9M5 a. m.; morning ser vice at 11, sermon theme, Faith Evening service at 8; theme, Things- That Differ. Mid-week prayei meeting, g o'clock Wednesday nights. METHODIST, C. \. Hulse. Pasto -The superintendent of the Ida Grove district, sometime pastor of Whitfield church, Sioux City, will occupy the pulpit next Sunday. sin, for a month -with Miss Wai- ace's sister, Mre, Partridge. En route to Reinbeck Miss Wallace will visit Mrs. Harold Wllkle, of Ames, known to Algonians as Esther Goodwin, who once taught lome economics In the local schools. Miss Wallace will also .stop at Marshalltown to visit another former Algona home economics teacher, Beulah Roberts, now Mrs. U. V. Williams, Both of these women Ived with Miss Wallace when they :aught here. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchison and their daughter Dorothy drove to Des Moines Friday Jo visit Mrs. Hutchison's sister, Mra. Gardner ?owtes. Thence-they w«nt an to ^edar Rapids to visit the Donald Hutchisons, and from there to Iowa ity to visit the Theo. Hutchisons. Theodore Is attending summer school at the etate university, taking law. Mr. Hutchison returned Sunday, Mrs. Hutchison and Dorothy going on to Chicago by train to visit the Q. C. Drummonds. Mrs. Hutchison will return Saturday with the Drummonds, who will be here for several weeks. Dorothy will remain at Evanston for several months to attend Northwestern university. METHODIST PICNIC DRAWS CROWD game between Humboldt and gona teams was won- 12-6 gona. In a tug of war Humboldt oountjf' won from Kossuth. A fat m»n'* race created great amusement, ,«*• peclally when Perry 'Phillips h*4 difficulty in retaining his trousers. Other sports included races for women, boys, and girls, and priMfl were awarded to all' winners. ENNA JEtTICK MELODIES, Saniuf Ennlnfi, CoMt-to-Cmtt BnwdeMt WJZ and AmeUted Station* SHOES FOR WOMEN YOU NFFD B F TO L t) HAV> AN EXPENSIVE F. D. Williams, of the Iowa State steamer to San Francisco, and bank, and J. S. Auner and H. E. thence by train, stopping at Salt Rist, of the Kossuth County State Lake clty _ Another daughter, Mar- bank, returned last night from ga i. e t, remained with her father. Waterloo, where they attended a M) . and Mrs Arthul . Ingvo]ds tad state bankers' association meeting A]hambrai Callf and the i r son Mer- Monday, Tuesday, and yesterday. w , n spent Sunday wlth the c . B Ann Fechner and Mrs. Hattle Murtaghs. Mr. Ingvoldstad and Mi- Phillips drove to Alexandria Sunday Murtagh roomed together many and brought home the latter's chil- years ago at Armstrong, when Mr dren, Irma Dee and Donna Jean, Ingvoldstad was manager of a lum who had spent the past week at the beryard there and Mr. Murtagh Arnold Roupes. Mr. Roupe and worked in a bank. Mr. Ingvoldstac Mrs. Phillips are brother and sister. ; e now i n the lumber business in Lola Dreesman and Elwood Nor- California, and he also has Inter ton spent the week-end with their ests at St. Paul, to which city he respective families. Both are at- and his wife returned Monday, tending summer school at the 1 I. S. ji r _ an( j Mrs. E. ,T. Skinner, their BAPTIST, F. H. Webster, Pastor -Next Sunday: Sunday school, 10; morning worship and sermon, 11; B. Y. P. U., 7; Union services at Congregational church, 8. ST. THOMAS, Father Thorold, Hector—For next Sunday: Prayer and sermon at 7:30 p. m. Dlst. Supt. Lease, accompanied by his daughter Margaret, ie making a. tour of colleges of the state preparatory to formulation of a financia program which a committee of which he is chairnmn is to recommend for Morningside college. With T. C., Cedar Falls, where Elwood, who is a son of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norton, Is taking manual training. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Steele and William drove to Charles City Sunday to visit relatives. William continued on to Iowa City to visit friends at the university, stopping for his mother on the way back Tuesday. Mr. Steele returned Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dearchs, Denver, Colo., with their children, Allen and Louis, left for home yesterday, after visiting since last week Tuesday with Mr. Dearchs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garret Dearchs, and the L. J. De Graws. Mr. Dearchs runs an oil station at Denver. Elizabeth Kirschner and Regna Ness, St. Paul, spent Sunday with Jennie Cooney. Elizabeth, who roomed at the Cooney home when she was employed as bookkeeper and cashier at the Goeders store, la now in government employ at the Union station'at St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schemel, daughter Margaret, Mr, and Mrs. E. A. Schemel, son Mart, and Banker daughter Kate, and their granddaughter, Eleanor Thorpe, got home Tuesday from two weeks with the Fred Skinners at Springfield, 111. Mrs. Frank Seeley, who accompanied them to Springfield, spent a week there and last week visited friends at Cedar Rapids. Mr. Seeley drove to Cedar Rapids for her last Thursday', and-they returned Friday. Mrs. Seeley Is cashier and bookkeeper at the Chrischilles & Herbst store. Supt. and Mrs. Overmyer will take their daughter June Adele to Sheldon today, and thence she will leave by train for Long Beach, Calif. She will be accompanied by Ruth Cowser, Spencer, her roommate when 'both were state university students. The girls will spend two months on the coast, headquartering with Ruth's grandmother at Long Beach. Stops will be made at Salt Lake City and Colorado Springs. They will return via a northern route. his daughter Margaret he left yesterday via Fort Dodge and Des Moines for Oskaloosa, Mount Pleasant, Iowa City, Lisbon (Cornell College), Cedar Rapids, etc. The state university • was included because Doctor Lease has never been there before. Mr. and Mrs. George Overmyer, Lindsey, O., with their son and a daughter, were gueste from last Thursday till Saturday of the J. F. Overmyers. The men are brothers. Both families drove to Marshalltown Saturday to visit the V W. Over- myers, who accompanied them Sunday to Cedar Rapids, where they were joined by relatives from Davenport for a reunion in which 22 persons took part. .The local Over- myers got home Monday. Lindsey, which is the old home town of the Overmyer family, ie near Freeport, O. This was the first time the Though attendance at the annual | Algona district Methodist picnic at the fair grounds Tuesday ran into the hundreds, the crowd was smaller than usual, the- result of short notice, the heated weather, and unfounded fear of rain indicated by a dense morning fog^ Because of late arrivals the morning sports program had to be carried over to the afternoon, and the first event of the day was a picnic dinner by groups. After dinner there was a parade In which floats represented a number of charges In the district. An ensemble band made up of musicians from several towns was directed by "Fritz" Granzow. The Rev. G. W. Eggleston, Britt, led community singing to music by the band, opening the afternoon program. President O'Brlan, new head of Morningside college, and the Rev. A. L. Semans, First Methodist AMRAAtoEEE church pastor, Fort Dodge, spoke. Coach "Honey" Rogers, of Morningside, and the Rev. A. A. Howe, Buffalo Center, directed ' a sports program which followed the speaking. No record of winners in the various events was kept, but It is reported that Fenton won a kitten- ball tournament.- George Overmyers had ever been here. Lucia Wallace goes to Reinbeck* Saturday to visit relatives, and early next week she and her niece, Mrs. L. L. Cold, Reinbeck, will motor to Nattoon, northern Wiscon- WOODMAN PICNIC HERE BRINGS CROWD OF 500 Though not all camps in the county were represented, an attendance of 500 or more at a ICos- suth Woodman picnic at the fair grounds Sunday is reported. More than 200 cars were counted. There was a large delegation from Humboldt county, and besides Algona, Lakota, Lu Verne, and Wesley were represented. Director Korns,' of Des Moines, was here, and delivered, an open-air address. A Humboldt Foresters' team consisting' of 12 men and their captain gave a drill. A kittenball JETTICKS You save in cost — and definitely gain in Comfort and Style < I j THE GOEDERS CO, Literally thousands «t enthusiastic wearers wiD attest these facts! Get yours tomorrow, at, ALGONA and Mrs. E. F. Rahm, St. Benedict, W. Mlttag at a veterans' hospital,' wltn their children, had a picnic where he is regaining hie health, , <n nne r at -the Ambrose A. Call state The H. A. Reimer family left | park Sunday. E. A. Schemel is a Friday for a week at a lake north of Brainerd, Minn. Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews left Sunday to join them. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Smiley, Goshen Ind., left for home yesterday, after a visit with their daughter, Mrs. G. D. Brundage, since last week Thursday. Elizabeth Webster accompanied Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Watson, Indian-, ola, and their son Dick to northern Minnesota Saturday for a vacation of two weeks. B P. Richardson got home Saturday morning from Burlington, where he had been since last week Wednesday as delegate at a railway mail clerks' convention, Arthur John, 5-year-old son of Mr and Mrs. Tony Kirsch, observed his fifth birthday anniversary Monday afternoon by entertaining seven playmates. Lunch wae served.' Mr.' and Mrs. I. T. Willson, Cedar Rapids, and their daughter Adris will BO home tomorrow, after a visit since Monday with I. T.'s parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Willson. Mr and Mrs. C. B. Moore Smith, Dee Moines, and the daughter Mary Susan went home Tuesday, after a week with the former's sister, Mrs. j. J. Holtzbauer, and the W. A. Barrys. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mahana^ Davenport, and their daughter Ota*-* arrived Sunday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hauberg. Mrs. Hauberg Js a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mahana Delia Clapsaddle, 15, Corwith, entered the Kossuth hospital Monday for medical treatment. Donovan Andrews, 8, son of H. V. Andrews AI- gona, had his tonsils removed at the hospital Monday. Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Woodward, of Kamrar, are spending a week or so at3» Ambrose A. Call state par* lodge with Custodian and Mrs. Paul Wille. Mrs. Woodward and Mrs. are sisters. Margaret Schemel returned last M Wednesday from La Cro^ WJs ., where she taught Latin and French in a Catholic high school Kg 'the year just closed. She will KO back in the fall. Mrs M L. Coonan, Des Moines. was the guest of the M. J. Streits SS» last week Wednesday ^till Friday. Mrs. Coonan, who w Win-law, also vis ted_ Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs. Gep. ™ *£&.*&£••% visited Mrs. their Mrs. Recorder little daughter at day. Raymond Sun- H- son and Mrs. Rahm a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schemel. The N. V. Lowes are in Minnesota for a two weeks vacation. The two children were to be left with Mrs. Lowe's sister at Duluth while Mr. and Mrs. Lowe fished at a lake. Mrs. Lowe will remain at Duluth for an extended visit with her sister, but Mr. Lowe is expected home late next week, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kirsch. Bode, entertained the following persons at dinner Sunday: The Rev, George Theobald and Susie Naber, St. Joe; trie Jos. Beckers, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Deiter, and Mrs. Peter Kirsch, Algona; Herman and Julius Becker, Pauline and Catherine Kissner, and Harry B. Thill, Whittemore. Mrs. Keziah Bradley had a two- day visit last week from her son Willis and his family, of Mlnne- polis. They left Sunday morning for Ames, where they were met by the junior Mrs. Bradley'* relatives from Chariton, with whom she and the two sons went home for a visit, Willis returning to Minneapolis. Dr. and Mrs. W, T. Peters, Burt, and' their daughter Mary Lee got home last week Tuesday from Philadelphia, where they visited the Gordon Frenches. Eugene; 6-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. French, accompanied the Peters family home for visits till fall at Burt and with hie grandmother, Mrs. S. B. French, of Algona.. Prof. H. M. Colbert, head of the journalism department at Gritinell college, is touring the state to visit newspaper men, and he spent part of Tuesday afternoon at' the Advance shop. Professor Colbert, who has had much practical experience on 'both weekly and dally newspapers, has some 40 pupils in his classes. F. A. M. Frost, station agent at Wirock, Minn., recently obtained leave of absence to visit the home folks here, especially his \ granddaughter, Mrs. Ruth Trlbon .Bleakly, whom he had not seen before In five years. Mrs. Bleakly continues bedfast with heart trouble at the home'of her parents. Pr. and Mrs. F. L. Tribon. Herbert, son of Mr. .and ;' Mrs. Lyle Mathes, Fort Dodge, who had been sick with pneumonia, left the Kossuth hospital a -week ago Sunday, and is recuperating at the borne of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Mathes. His mother, who had been caring for him, went home Sunday with Mr. Mathes, who came after her. Mrs. I- S. BJegs, Poland. Ohio, and her daughter Nancy Belle Arrived last w«ek Tuesday and visited till Sunday at the former's sister Mrs. A. E. Kreaensky's. The Kre- senskys took tljew to Flandjreauj S. p., Sunday. Mr, Kresensky — turned. Foster's June Sale Special Car Load of Living Room Suites Bought at a Special Price For this Great Sale ! Jacquard Velour Blue or taupe—Davenport and chair —be»t web construction* $85,00 val* ue, sale price -$52.00 Angora Mohair . + Taupe and rose — Davenport and chair, hard wood frame, best webbing construction, $98.50 value, sale price _ - ^ - — -• — — $65,00 EVERY SUITE IN THIS SPECIAL SALE UNDER $100.00 and Mrs. Massive 84 in. Mohair Davenport with club chair to match. Beautifully trimmed, exceptional value at - $95,00 Cromwell VeUmr Davenport and chair* The latent thing on the market. Sale price _. All other faite* in thu carload rouge in price from $52.00 to f '""'' 'Vf-vl^" 1 *"'-*>.? ' ~ 'lif 1 ^-*/*''$,*;»$$ "fe^^W&is -^'•V,>-i^ltCSi

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