Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1931 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 25, 1931
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J, N, DAWSON, WESLEY, DIES ATO.F.HOME Wesley, June 23—The death of J. N. Dawson after a short sickness, occurred at the Odd Fellows' home, Mason City, last week Wednesday, June 17. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church in Wesley, Friday afternoon, In charge of the Rev. C. H. Mooro, local pastor. The Rev. Mr. Galbralth, chaplain of the Odd Fellows' home, delivered the sermon. Mr. Dawson was 84 years of age, having been born near Warren, In Kotimble county, Ohio, November 3, 1846. He came with his parents to Iowa -In November, 1857. October 2!>, 186S, he was married to Miss Libbie Manzer, of Parkersburg, la. No children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Dawson. In the late nineties they moved to Wesley, ind farmed in this vicinity for a number of years, at one time living north- cast of town. Later, they purchased a home in Wesley, and Mr. Dawson engaged in the local delivery business, until tin- death of his wit'o. i April 1, 1914. He continued to make Okko Peters, Warsaw, and his home in. Wesley during his active yeara, with the exception of two years .spent in Kansas. He joined the Odd Fellows lodse at Wesley, December 2, 1SSO, and retained his membership until his death. In 11123, because ot increasing Infirmities, he feared becoming a burden to his friends in his old aye, and so made application for admission to the Odd Fellows home at Mason City. In the spring of 1923 he was admitted. He belonged to the Methodist church here many years. Both Mr. and Mrs. Dawson •were among its active, zealous, and respected members. He often expressed the wish to be In id beside his wife in Evergreen cemetery here. He leaves mi immediate roHtivEs, but hosts of friends and fraternity brothers. two daughters are here to visit Mr. Peters' brother Christian, and his sisters, Mrs. George Pommer and Mrs. Glaus DeBoer. Following a visit with the Ed Doyles at Wllllame Sunday, the Charles Murphys brought back with them .for a visit Mrs. Murphy's little nephew, Gerald Miller. Mr. and Mrs, George Spangler, of Everly, visited Mrs. Spangler's parents, the George Benners, Sunday, and Gene remained to spend several weeks with his grandparents. Mrs. John Ofmsby returned from Crystal Lake Sunday. She had been caring for an aged woman, who had died. The Messrs, and Mesdames Arlo Dawson and E. R. Swanson fished at Clear Lake Sunday, and caught a nice "mess" of pike. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Killers, Mason City, visited Mr. -Enters' father and his sister, Mrs. Guy M. Butts, at th" latter's home Sunday. Stella Mntern, registered nurse, i Ann Arbor, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. I Fitzgerald, Lake Forrest, 111., are I visiting at Mrs. Elizabeth Matern's. The Priscilla Phoebes will meet | this week Wednesday afternoon ) with Mrs. Peter Skow. i Mrs. Ben Hopkins returned Saturday night, following an absence of | nearly a week at Des Moine-s. | A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Neuroth last week Wednesday. dlcitls. Estelle was on duty apparently just as well as ever, when the attack came. .4-H Cnmp Delegates Nam«<1~A 4-H meeting was held at the Methodist church last week Monday to select the two girls to go to Camp Foster, on Lake OkoboJI this summer. Viola Rlke and Loralne M. Peterson were chosen. Phil Buffingtnn t'P Again— Last Thursday Phil Buffington was overcome by a light stroke of paralysis, but* he Is now able to walk around. He was working In the field when it happened. Titonkn Defeiits Algona 4-2—' The Tltonka Legion Junior baseball team defeated the Algona Legion boys last Thursday afternoon, 4-2. TITONKA HIGH CREAM CHECK TOTALS $220 Tltonka, June 23 — High creaivi checks for May were: ?220: Bruno Stecker, Nick Heesch, $151 : .J. A. | Harms. $150; A. Schram, $107; E. J. | Bliss, $!)5: Graham Bros., $03; John ! Koestler. ?HO; Warner Rmidt, $89; i Wert Asche, $S2; John Sachau, $81; Fred Stecker. $7!); Ed Bartlett and S3] Olcnroil nt Social— The Methodist Aid held a public ice. cream social Saturday night next to the coliseum and cleared about $31. Other TUnnfcn News. The annual district Sunday school picnic was held at the Kossuth county fair grounds. Tuesday. One of the important speakers was Dr. William Bryan from Morningside college. Sioux City. He i.s president of the college. B. W. Shepard, Fort Dodge, has taken over the management of the Pannkuk Coliseum, and will hold a grand opening Friday. There will be a dance with music by George E. Lee and his 14 colored artists, a recording orchestra. Sunday afternoon W. Stickel was surprised by the arrival of his brother and family from Moline, 111. Mr. Stickel'a brother has been laid off from work till August G. Mrs. Emma Heifner, Mrs. Esther Askins, and son Arthur drove to Thompson and North-wood Saturday and Sunday to visit the Ole Mlch- aelsens and Glen Heifners. Friday night a ritorm .struck the William Fritz farm southeast of town and a chicken house and a machine shed were wrecked, and a tractor was overturned. Mrs. M. S. Craven and Mrs. E. O. Missionary Society Gives I'rcm'ram — The auditorium of the Methodist church was filled Sunday evening for a program given by the Woman's Foreign Missionary society. Twenty persons participated, including a group of girls who gave a playlet showing life at Hwa Nan college for KirlK, China. True stories. dramatic in character, of the work and sacrifices of forei.cr'n Bible women, wore told by members. Mrs. Lawrence Hnnsen and Marls Harris sang; Erma. Ward gave a reading; the Rev. Mr. Moore led in prayer. The offering, which amounted to $10, will be augmented by sifts from | members at the next meeting, and turned over to headquarters .'is a thank-offering. The regular monthly.- meeting will be held at Mrs. Ostercamp's this week Friday. Annual Mission Fest Held — The annual Mission fest was held at the German Reformed church southwest of Woden, last week Thursday. Besides the pastor, a minister from Rudd was present, •the Rev. Mr. Tester, George, Iowa, the Rev. -Mr. Tlesher, Kanawha, the Rev. Okko Peters, Warsaw, 111. Two sermons were given in the forenoon, three in the afternoon, and two in the evening. La.dies of the church served dinner and supper in the •basement. It is estimated that 200 or 300 persons attended. The collection, which will be devoted to Mission work, amounted to $216. Strawberry Picnic is Given — The Carl Hansen family and the Raymond and Theron Hansen and Gordon C. Giddings families, Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hansen, Clear Lake, participated in a strawberry picnic at the Goldfield park Sunday. Mrs. Carl Hansen's brother, Stanley Conklin, Webster City, gives one of these dinners each year, furnishing all the berries used. Mr. and Mrs. Conklin and their daughters Abbie and Ruth, were present. Picnic Honors Mrs. Webster — Several members of the American Legion Auxiliary here,, attended a picnic; at the Ambrose A. Call state park, Algona, last week Wednes day, honoring Mrs. F. H. Webster, who has been county president for the last nine years, and is now retiring. 'Ren Felt Loses Urother — Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Felt attended the funeral of Mr. Felt's brother Arthur, at Mason City Friday. The Felts' daughter, Mrs. P. Haverly, of Oelwein, came home with her parents and remained until Sunday, when Mr. Felt took her home. Nurse is Visiting Here — Ruth Conklin came Sunday afternoon to visit her aunt, Mrs. Carl Hansen, and other relatives. She is a nurse in the x-ray department of St. Luke's hospital, Chicago, and is taking her annual vacation. Prlesl Home from llelreaf— Fr. Wessling has returned from Sioux City, where lie attended a Retreat. His sister, Mrs. Ann Schmidt, Odebolt, and her daughter Agnes, came with him. B11>t(> School Program Planned- Pupils of the vacation Bible school will give a demonstration of their work at the Methodist church next Sunday morning. Thirty young people attended. "Wesle.v Wins From AVhlttemore — A game between Wesley and Whittemore Sunday on the home ground, resulted in a score of 12-9 in favor of Wesle.v. Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Llnder- schrnidt, Chicago, came last week Tuesday to visit a. few weeks with his aunt, Mrs. Katherine Hildman, and other relatives. The Linder- echmidts with Ann and Pauline Hildman, drove Monday to Morgan, >Iinn., to see the Hildmans' sister, Mrs. Joe Eisenbarth. The Study club met at the A. M. Lease home Thursday afternoon. Members were entertained with bridge, Mrs. Arlo Dawson won first i)rize, and Mrs. Leo Bleich, consolation. The Methodist Aid will meet with Mrs. Ilaynes this week Thursday afternoon. A number of persons from Wesley will attend the Methodist picnic at Algona this week Tuesday. ]£r. and Mrs. Jos. Meurer and Cheryll Ann visitwl Mr. Usurer's brother Nlclc at Plover Sunday, and Sons, J77-. \V. H .Grover. $7(1; Semis .Slack were hostesses for the Metho- Isebrand, $71; Spier and Larson, j dist Aid last week Wednesday atter- $71: Kd Zwiefel, $B6; Robert Callies. $(!«; Harry Ricklefs, $fiS; M. J. Koestler, $03; H. A. Nelson, S62; C'hrLs Brandt. $61; Harvey Graham. SCI; M. E. Lai-sen, $60; R. P. Buffington, $60; Herman Dreesman, $o9: Weindert Smidt, $5!); Ted Van Hove. $59; Peter Ubben. $58; Sam Reynolds. $;~>S; B. E. Thompson. $5S: C. E. Brown, $, r )(i; B. B. Pannkuk, $5U: Rode John Qsterman, $54; Stephen T.ia- noon nt the Craven home, where covers were laid for 70. Mrs. L. B. Larsen entertained at a bridge luncheon last week Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe won high score and Mrs. H. A. French won second high. Robert, young son TWO SENECA GARS COLLIDE MONDAY; NO ONE INJURED Seneca, June 25—August Neisoii and Mrs. Ostiar Andfaason and a daughter collided In their cars at the Andreason gateway Monday morning. No one was seriously hurt, but all were Imdly soared. Mrs. Andreason and her daughter received minor c,uts and bruises, both cars were considerably damaged. Former Seneca Children Confirmed A number of Senecans attended confirmation exercises at the Swedish Lutheran church, swea City, Sunday. Ed Jensen's son Palmer and Fred Jensen's daughter Bernice were In the class. The Jensens always lived In this community before they moved to Swea City recently. Children Alt end Bible School— Betty Nelson and Margery Brown are spending part of their vacation at', Peter Thorson's, Rlngsted, while they are attending parochial schoo.l They are Mrs. Thorson's nieces. Full Lays Roy Osborn Up— Lyle Osborn helped his brother Roy a few days last week. While Roy was climbing Into a truck recently ''lie missed his footing and wrenched his back. OttosPn Leaguers Entertain— /The Ottosen Luther League entertained the local League at the church here with a program Sunday evening. After the program lunch was served. Other Seneca News Isabelle Dodds, Popejoy, Is vis' Htlrig her grandparents, (far.' and. Mrs., & ' W. Wear, Clara rlansen, Council .Bluffs, Is visiting,, 'net grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Cm-is Nielsen. Mr. and Mrs, Harry Helgaaon, Armstrong, Visited at John Osborn's last week Wednesday eye* ntng, and the Roy Bravenders, Swea City, were there Friday evening. Thomas Bakke, East Grand Forks, N. D., and two daughters left for home .last Thursday after visits with Mr. Bakke's cousins, the Hans Jensens and the J. H. Jensens. The Ralph Campbells attended a Dutton family reunion at the Ambrose A. Call state park at Algona Friday. Mr. Campbell's mother was a Dutton. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Enness, of Ames, are visiting at Jens Halvorson's and with other relatives. Mrs. Enness was Hattle Halvorson before marriage. The Supervisor Olaf Funnemarks, Wesley, were Sunday dinner guests at J. H. Jensen's, after attending services at the local church. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Dahl returned last week Wednesday from a week with relatives In northern North Dakota. R. E. Saunders has a, new 8- cyltnder Oakland car. neighboring' Algeria ,had a Jolrit meeting > at the Ambrose < A. C»U state park last Thursday. th| clubs were from tTnlon, Cresoo, and Plum Creek townships &nd Four Corners. A progratn was given: violin-piano number, Vera Chapman and MaX- ine Schenck, Union .township, read- Ing, . Helen Morrow, representing Cresco township! reading* Burnetta Bonnstetter, representing Unlott; two solo numbers by Evelyn Bode, accompanied at piano by Aline Maf- tlnek, this number representing Plum Creek township; solo by Georglana Gelgel, accompanied at piano by Mrs. Gelgel, and piano duet by .both; reading by Alice Payne; play by Hazel Mitchell, Irene, Grace, Leona,' Edna, and Lu Ella Walker, and Ruth Rich, Mildred Robinson, as coach, representing the Four Corners club. Mrs. Benschoter presided. Lunch Whs served to 175 persons. Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Robinson got back to their son Chester's last week Tuesday, After having siteiit the winter at theii 1 hdtne In^ florid*. They drove t*ftck ftnlhelf car* the Arthur CrUlkshanka Attended a Crulkshahk family reunion Su,n- day at the home ot a brother of Arthur. , . Many in buildings «.,„ Pearl Walker „„. from a visit since day In Four Corners The Mothers and Daughters club will meet this week Thursday with Mrs. Leslie Walker, and roll call will be answered with hints on beautifying home grounds. The main feature of the program will be a debate between Evelyn Nickerson, Pearl Walker, Ruth Robinson, and Grace Witham. The mothers and daughters clubs Farmers 9 Directory LARGEST and best equipped White Leghorn Farm In northern Iowa. Large and 6-lb. hens mated to Tancred pedigreed cockerels. Big bod- led chicks that will live. Prices very low, quality considered. Special on heavies. Custom hatching—goose, duck, turkey, and hen eggs. HAMILTON LEGHOKX FARM AND HATCHERY One mile west and one mile south of Itnncroft, Iowa SECOND HAND MACHINER Titan Tractor, extra good condition McCormick binder, in good shape I 20 h. p. Case steam engine, ready to out and thresh. 36-in. Aultman Taylor separator, nee , some overhauling, but will sell the money. Oat huller, practically new. M. M. MORROW , • Algona, Iowa of Mr. and Mrs. John Pink, celebrated his , birthday by inviting a number of Phil Buffington, $55; William j little friends to spend the afternoon $55; Walter Osterman, $55:i with him at his country home last week Wednesday. den. S54; E. R. Intermll], $53; Frank The Story Hour children were en| Rakow, $53; William Spear, $52; A. j tertained Saturday afternoon by L. Schultz, $52; Banno Schutter, , Mrs. H. A. French. Many little Ubbe Winter, $52; John Plais- 1 children attended. er, S50; and R. A. DePue, $50. I Al.uona Woman is Honored— Last week Wednesday afternoon members of the eight Kossuth county Auxiliary units, accompanied by their children, gathered at the Ambrose A. Call state park at a picnic In honor of -Mrs. F. H. Webster, of Als'ona. who has been active in Auxiliary work both in the county and state for the "last ten years. Following a program which was carried out by the different units present, .Mrs. G. D. Brundage, of Algona, presented a hand-tooled and hand-sewed leather purse to Mrs. Webster, who responded most graciously, regretting that she must leave Kossuth county Auxiliary workers. Following the presentation and speech, a picnic dinner was served with the Algona unit as hostess. The merchants here have hired the Murt orchestra to play here every Saturday evening, beginning lartt week. John Bleicb, enterprising gas and oil station agent, is beautifying his corner with flowers. Xert O'Xeil, Clear Lake, spent last week Wednesday with the W. J. I Dentons. , I 'Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe will entertain at a bridge luncheon Thursday afternoon. Thos. Elefson and brother spent Sunday with relatives at Thompson. Otto Falk is again up after two weeks illness with toneilitis. Irvington 4-H Girls Meet in Woods— The "Buffalo Busy Bees" met last Thursday with Gertrude and Ruth Meyer. Talks were given on materials suitable for kimonas by Lor- alne Lamoreux; materials suitable for a robe, by Ruth Stott; care of teeth by Evelyn Schulty, and a demonstration by Myrtle Ama on collar and cuff sets, by Ruth Meyer on Music for Grandparents. The meeting was held in the woods west of town. Mrs. Harold Johnson, formerly the club's leader, was a guest. Two Attend State 4-11 Meet- Edith Reynolds and Mrs. R. L. Krantz returned Saturday from Ames, where they attended the 4H short course. Edith Reynolds sings contralto and was in the special chorus. The special chorus sang at the crowning of the 4-H Queen, June Caldwell, Dallas Center. She al.so saw the new state president, Gertrude McDonald, of Monroe county, installed. i Estelle lionncker Under Knife— •Mrs. Carrie Bonacker received a telephone message Sunday evening from the hospital in which her daughter Estelle is head supervisor, saying that Estelle had had to have an emergency operation for appen- The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on the Prayer of Thanksgiving. The text was taken from John 11:41, ''Father I thank Thee, that Thou hast heard me." The Aid will meet this week Thursday at the Annex. Hesctames Summers and Sabin will be hostesses. The Armour Lemkees spent Sunday at the Okobojis. The O. L,. MH : ers had a picnic at West Bend. Twine We are handling the best grades of twine ,at the lowest possible price. Be Sure and Place Your Order With Us Now, COAL A good grade threshing. of coal fo the Nick Meure^'s new sterling nine- Let us ship your livestock Phone us for dates. We pay top prices fo grain. FARMERS' ELEVATOR CO HOBARTON RAYMOND KEID, Manager Phone 36F1. KNOW OUR 'OLICYHOLDERS By This Sign One of them declares enthuslas- icully, "My investment in a Policy if the State Farm Mutual Automo- ille Insurance Company— Home Office r Bloomington, Illinois; "Is one of the most satisfactory I Ever Made! 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