Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 16, 1931 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 16, 1931
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) f W'fl3 J K.3-* i VrH \ * ffM*v rt^fW^ ^^Aa "'"'H PAOBTWO .» ' KOflflUTH COUNTY ADVANCB. ALQQNA. IOWA -.• t vs£Vs * •• 2 ^Wp«» . \> ' » • , "J 1 . ^ <rf?\K^> WESLEYAN26 YEARS AGO IN RETURN VISIT 'Wesley, July 14—Bert Eddy, who •=*pent his boyhood and early young -manhood In Wesley, returned for the first time last week, after 29 .years absence. While here, he sold *wo buildings on the north side of Itain street, which formerly belonged to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. t9. W. Eddy. Mr. Eddy came last Thursday, and visited among old drlonda until Saturday evening. He then left by bus for Mason City, ftnd continued his Journey from there on, the Jefferson bus line. Matured by the kindly years, Bert was yet easily recognizable to old acquaintances. He is urbane and •Oiuletly cordial in manner, and friends enjoyed his pleasant chats. 'JFor 24 years he has been salesman -tor, the Palace Clothing company, •Kansas City, which occupies a tjulldlng of seven stories. He says building and Improvements are constantly going on in the city, and that prosperity seems .to prevail there, in spite of general hard •limes. A building now being erect«d by the Fidelity Trust company •will be 35 stories high, and the tallest in the city. Kansas City, Mo., where he lives, and Kansas City, Kas., are practically one, and the •combined population is about •800.000. Though successful in business, Bert has suffered domestic sorrows. Two y«ars ago his mother died, after a sickness of a day or two; and within six months from that time *ls son was killed by a fall and his wife died after a long sickness. He lias one daughter, Anita, 21 years of age; and he hopes sometime to ^return here for a visit accompanied •toy his daughter. California Visitor Going 1 Home— Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Giddings, Mrs. Carl Hansen, and Mrs. Mary Stevens drove the Hansen car to Webster City Sunday. Mrs. Stev-*ns, whose home is at Santa Anna, 43alif., was to visit at Webster City -until this week Wednesday with lier brother, Stanley Conklin. She will then leave for home, but will atop for visits at Magnolia and Clarendon, Ark., where she formerly lived. Mrs. Stevens has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Carl Hansen, and other relatives here. Carl Hansen, who took a carload of cattle to Chicago last week Wednesday, met -fcis wife and daughter at Webster •City, and returned home with them. 2638 Bottles of Beer Lie on Lake Bed (Rlngsted Dispatch.) Calling: into use both high and higher mathematics, George Beard nncl btiier actuaries of the unusual h:tv e concluded that there are 2,638 bottles of pre- prohibition beer on the bottom of lakfs in the vicinity of Fairmont. Their announcement, contributed without charge to the Fairmont fund of humor, was made after workmen, cleaning the lake shores and bathing beaches, discovered a number of bottles safe and cold, believed to have been dropped by fishermen In years long gone. Air. Beard explained that in computations of this sort he estimates the number of fishing excursions, the frequency of tip- overs, and the probable loss ratios, which by a deft application of calculus and trigonometry brings the result. He added that it Is quite beyond the realm of mathematics to chart the location of bottles, and that the chances are a big share of them have-been covered, by sand. Des 'Picnic at Theron Hansen's— Mr. and Mrs. Roy 'Madson, Moines, left Sunday, following ten days' visit with the Raymond Hanr sena. Mrs. Hansen's mother, Mrs. "Mary Dahlln, Burlington, and Mrs. 3>ahlin'B «on, Clarence, came last week Wednesday for an visit with the Raymond extended Hansens. Swanson, also Burlington, and her two-year-old daughter, Mary Joan, accompanied the Dahlins. This .group, with the Theron Hansens, •Jield a picnic at the latter couple's liome, following church on Sunday. Others present were the Howard Hansons, Clear Lake. Ormskys Attend Family Reunion— The John Ormsby family attended at Forest City Sunday a reunion of the families of Mrs. Ormsby'e mother, Mrs. McCroden, and of Mrs. Mc•Croden's brothers and sisters. Three generations were included, and 50 persons attended. Heads of the families were Mrs. McCroden, Forest City; Charles Baxter, Owatonna, "Minn.; J. Baxter, Walnut Grove, Minn.; the Rev. Father Baxter, Jeasup, who was accompanied by tils sister, Margaret; and Mrs. Will .Powers, Rockwell City. The group picnicked at Pilot Knob state park. Former 'Pastor Preaches Here— The Rev. Jens Pedersen, who wae -pastor of the Scandanavian Congregational church here 35 years ago, •preached at the church Sunday morning. He now lives at Seattle, "Wash. Mr. Pedersen visited in this locality a few days last week. Monday he went to Buffalo Center. Mrs. Pederson, now deceased, wae a sister of Mrs. Thompson, wife of the Buffalo Center pastor. Imng-utrs Off for Institute- Seven Epworth Leaguers left Monday morning to attend the institute at Okoboji. They were Dorothy Kraus, June Hudson, Ethel Braley, Donald Kraus, Clare McCall, and Bernard Erdman, from Wesley; ana Ruth Miller, Sexton, •who is chaperon. Daughter for the Benteles— A daughter was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bentele. The Benteles have two sons. The little Birl has been named Helen Marearet. A. li. Klelnpeter Has Operation— A. L. Kleinpeter was taken to Mercy hospital last -Thursday, and •on Saturday submitted to a major operation. His condition is satisfactory. Mrs. Downs Loses Urother-ln-Law— Mrs. Charles Downs went to Cullom, 111., late last week, to attend the funeral of a brother-in-law, JYank White. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Llndenmeyer, Hammond, Ind., camo Sunday to vfait a week with Mr. Llndenmey- er's mother, Mrs. Mary Goetz, and other relatives. Mrs. Goetz, her daughter Dorothy, and the Linden- meyers drove to Spencer Monday to see the ruins left by the recent fire. James and Mary Ormsby, children of Mr. and Mrs. John Ormeby, left Sunday for Mason City, and will assist their aunt, Mrs. J. F. O'Hern, and Mr. O'Hern during harvest. BANCROFT GIRL AND WISCONSIN MAN ARE WED Bancroft, July 15 — The marriage of Mary Doyle and Raymond J. Schwartz of Prairie du Sac, Wis., took place Tuesday morning at St. John's Catholic church at 8 o'clock, with the Rev. C. E. Ernst officiating. The couple was attended by Betty Sheridan, cousin of the bride and Clarence Michels, of Ladl, Wls., nephew of the bridegroom. The bride wore a yellow flat crepe ensemble with accessories to match and she carried a bouquet of ylelow tea roses and baby's breath. Her maid was gowned in green organdy and she carried pink roses. A wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride to 25 guests. In the afternoon the couple left for th'e Twin Cities. They will make their home in Prairie du Sac. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. G. H. Doyle. She was graduated from St. Clara Academy of Sinsinawa, Wis., and then attended the LaCrosse State Teacher's college at LaCrosse, Wis. For the last six years she has taught in the public ligh school at Prairie du Sac. The Bridegroom is a son of Mrs. Mary Schwartz, of Prairie du Sac, and received his education at the Prairie :lu Sac high school and Whitewater State Teachers college at Whitewater, Wis. Mr. Schwartz is district manager for the Aetna Life Insurance Company. Reunion Held at Forester Hall— James Johnson, his daughter, Mrs. J. P. Lally, Green Bay, Wis., and Mrs. L. J. Donnelly, Adrian, Minn., visited relatives here last week Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Wednesday evening a reunion was held at the Forester Hall. Besides those mentioned above, the following families were present; the N. E. BURT STUDENT TAKES COLLEGE TRAVEL TOUR ,Burt, July 14 — Lauuretta Lar;en got home Sunday from a 6,tH)0 milo "Omnibus College" tour. She eft six weeks ago from Des Moines, ind the tourists first visited points f interest In the south, then visited Washington, D. C,, and followed he east coast of the Atlantic to Mew York City, thence into Canada. itopping at Quebec and Montreal. On the homeward Journey Niagara Falls, Detroit, and Chicago were isited. Kpworth Ijeagues to Institute — The Rev. and Mr.s. J. E. Clifton, with their daughter Phyllis accom- lanied a, group of young people to he Methodist camp at the Okobo- is Monday to attend n-n Epworth .«aeue institute: Gladys Nelson, S'elda and Ellen Volentine, Margart Eliot, Lois Graham, Marlon Bernhard, and Dorothy Brooke. A roup of West Bend Leaguers Is ilso ; , being 'chaperoned -by the ; Cl ons. off for a Vacation— The Rev. S. H. Aten and his fam ly left Monday for Beaver Falls and Ambridge, Pa., for several weeks vith Mr. Aten's mother and other -elatlveB. There will be no services at the Presbyterian church during heir absence. Bart Girl on Klwanls Tonr — Winsome Volentine left Sunday or Shenandoah, where she joined a Ciwanis excursion trip to eastern states. She expected to be gone wo weeks. Srahams In Family Reunion — The F. O. and O. G. Stow, J. G, Sewlck, and Jay D. Graham famil- es attended a Graham family reunion at Webster City Sunday. Other Wesley News. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Alois Ritschmeier, Iowa Falls, called on Alois' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Studer. They were accompanied by Mrs. Ritschmeier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cloongs, of Geering, and by a cousin of Mrs. Ritschmeier from Kankakee, 111., whose husband wae with her. The party had been at West Bend to see *he grotto. The Henry Rickes visited their jjon Lawrence at Williams Sunday. Mrs. Charles Murphy, Wesley, and Mra. Ralph Valentine, Algona, visited at Williams with their sister •ttra. Ed Miller. They were accompanied by their husbands. The Mesdames Carl Hansen, Mary :Rtevens, Gordon Wayno Swinton, C. Giddings, and drove to West Bend Friday to see the grotto. Mrs. tiwinton was accompanied by her 11-months son. The women had 'dinner at Whittemore. Last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Silas Bkow took Mrs. Skew's mother, Mrs. Nete Johnson, and her son Herbert to St James, Mton., to vleit another Edwin. Monday Mr». Johnson to go to Granteburgr, her son Albert. to Sheridans, J. H. Sheridans, A. H. Doyles, Steve Underkoflers, Ray Doyles, and Frank Reckers. Hride-to-Be is Honored- Mrs. A. H. Deitering and Mrs. James Sheridan entertaind at five tables of bridge Friday evening at the former's home, honoring Mary Doyle, who was married Tuesday morning to Raymond J. Schwartz, of Prairie du Sac, Wis. Mrs. J. A. Devine won the high score, Mrs. Frank Recker, cut, and Mary Doyle, low. Girl for the Karl Hoffnuuis— Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman have a baby girl born Saturday morning at the Kossuth hospital, their first child. The Vern Austins have a baby girl born Monday. They have one other child, a boy. Party Swims In Algona Pool- Jos. Murray entertained at a birthday party Thursday afternoon He took his friends to the Algona swimming pool and later they had supper at his home. Other Bancroft News. Mrs. Bridget Quinri and daughter Margaret went to Forest City Saturday to get Grace McICinney who is visiting at the Quinn home this week. Miss Pearl Prendergasp Hartley, is also visiting at the Quinn home. jay Quinn, who had been working- at Arcadia and had the misfortune to break his' left arm, is at home for two weeks. Al Fuchs left last week Wednes day for Rochester, Minn., where he is taking treatments. Mr. Fuchs owns and operates the Fuchs Hard ware and Undertaking. Francis Lonergan of the Carmean Drug and Hubert Hood of the Hood Cash store are spending their va cation at Lake Okoboji. The boys left Sunday. Bonnie and Bobble McGilligan spent several days last week with their grandparents, the Thos. Me Gilligans at Algona. They return ed Sunday. Loretta Merrill went to Blue Earth Thursday to assist an aun who has an Injured knee. Sylvester Lattimer, Cedar Rapids is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. L. Schiltz, this week. Arthur Blocker got home Friday from New York City, where he tooi a carload of chickens for the Wei] Produce. Mary Meacher left Friday to visi a friend in McGregor. She is the oldest daughter of the F. H. chere. airvillc 'pastor Preaches Here—The Rev. Mr. Stahmer, Fairville, >reached at the Lutheran church •Sunday evening, .the Rev..Mr. Rich mann, pastor, being absent. nibbles Guests at Picnic— The Birthday Circle entertained he husbands at a picnic supper on he Dr. H. S. Van Vrankin lawn ast Thursday evening. hree-Tcar-Old Boy Sick- Merrill, 3-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Wyott Stotts, -has been seri- iualy ill with intestinal flu, but is somewhat improved. i. S. Plcnlckfi at Lake— The Presbyterian Sunday school held its annual picnic at Interlaken 'ark last week Wednesday, and a, good-sized crowd attended. Other Bnrt. E. O. Chipnmn, daughter Vera, vith Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Chipman and their daughter Jo Ann, attended an I. O. O. F. picnic at the Odd Tellows home at Mason City Sun- lay. They also visited Howard Chipman, attending a business col lege at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Whitehill have moved from Frost, Minn., to Burt and have the O. P. McDonald house, formerly occupied by the F. C. Gibbons family. Mr. Whitehurst is manager of the Leader Cash Store, formerly operated by E. "A. Hansen" Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Fox, Tama, visited Saturday and Sunday at Wyott Stott's, and the W. J. Davisons were there Sunday. The three families were neighbors many years ago. Mr. Fox! teaches In an Indian school. Mr. and Mrs. Todd Moring, daugh- et Elliott, Lois Graham, Marion ner, all of Freeport, 111., arrived last week Tuwday to visit tho M. O. A,, Sewlcks. The Morings went home v Friday f Mrs.''Wagner, who is Mrs. Sewlck's sister remaining?. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. West spent last Thursday night- with the latter's sister, L. D. Hodgson, leaving Friday for their home at Bmpofla, Kas. They had spent a few days at Templars Park, Spirit Lake. Mrs. Max Hardy, Pullman, Wash,, spent part of last week with her aunt, Mrs. H. S. Van Vrahkin. P. A. Olson and Mrs. Harry Butcher came and took her to Story City last week Wednesday. . Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zelgler, Elmore, a daughter and Mrs. Alfred Gultz, Wood Lake, Minn., spent Sunday at Emll Leeck's. Mrs. Zetgler is Mr. Leeck's sister, !Mrs. Gultz his niece. Mrs. L. Sheldon and Mrs. ; Rachel Lowe accompanied N. V. Lowe, Algona., to St. Paul Sunday and brought home Mrs. Lowe and the children, who had been visiting at Duluth. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Carroll, Afton, N. Y., and three daughters arrived Saturday to visit the George Carrolls and G. J. F. Vogelfl. Lawrence is a nephew of the elder Mr, Carroll. Lura Sewlck went to Rock Valley last Thursday night, and from there she left with her brother Elbert and his family .for Denver';, and ; .other points of interest. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kerr, who had spent several weeks with the former's sister, Mrs. C. C. Smith, left Saturday for their home at Los Angeles. Lorena Schwietert spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H; Schwietert. She is now em' ployed by the Pickwick Greyhound bus lines. , The Elmer Kienitz's, Lakota, visited Saturday at G. C. Allen's. The Kienltzes had just returned from two weeks in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Helen Schrader is spending a week with relatives at Austin, Minn., and Margaret Morness is taking her place at the Dr. Peters office. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle and Druggist F. L. Pratt were at' Des Molnee this week Tuesday. The doctor had business with the U. S. veterans' bureau. • Mr. • and Mrs. Geo. Koestler, daughter Raemond, and the James Christiansens visited Sunday at William Heerdt's, Hector, Minn. Eva Whitney, Mattie Warner, and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham attended an Epworth League institut^ session at Clear Lake Sunday. The William Heaneys, Mankato, were last week Tuesday and Wednesday guests at J. T. Heaney's. The men are brothers. Clarence and Hattie Gayken and Herbert-Van Hill, Maynard, Minn., were week-end guests of their uncle, Jonn Rlppentrop. Mrs. Lois Trainer attended a Hoosier picnic at Kanawha Sunday and remained to visit the R. E. Trainers. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jamison, Al bert Lea, and Mrs. J. Q. Jamison, Algona,-visited Saturday at Mrs. Maude Hanna's. Dr. Claire Clapsaddle and a friend who had visited here returned to their home at St. Genevleve, Mo. Friday. Aleeda Toebben arrived Saturday from Chicago for two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Anna Toebben. j Nina Isenberger, Valley Junction, came last week Monday to visit her aunt, Mrs. M. L. Vinaas. The Jas. G. Sewicks got home last week" Wednesday from a week al Elk Mound, Wis. Helen, daughter of Mr. and-'Mrs, Robert Moore, is seriously ill at her home here. The Fortnightly club met with Mrs. R. S. John last Thursday afternoon. The Fortnightly club will meet with Mrs. O. H. Graham at Fenton this week Wednesday. The Mothers and Daughters club met teal Thursday With Mrs. Lloyd 'otter, and roll call was answered with the names of favorite magazines. The program was opened with America, Evelyn Crulkshank t the piano, and a poem was read >y lona Wltham for Clara Schuttz. L piano number was given by Afrs. is Lowman Jr. f and a. paper oh rfars was read by Mra, Leslie .Waiter< Twenty-six members were in .ttertdance, also three visitors: Amelia Berneauv Lavon Gettman, ind a niece of -Mrs. John Rich, runon was served by the hostess. The next meeting 1 will be held ~uly 23 at Mrs.. Albert Walker's, ind the opening song will be Amcr- ca the Beautiful, with roll call answered by paying dues. A paper Is o be read by Grace Wltham on Aviation, and a recitation will be given by Helen Walker., Mrs. Archie Walker, her son Robert, and her mother, Mrs. Edith Rich, with William Rich, left last week Wednesday night In Robert's car to attend the funeral of Mrs. fohn Hazelhouse, niece • of I Mrs. Wch. Mr. and Mrs'. John Sabln and Mr. and Mra. John Gettman left next morning ; to attend :the funeral. The reporter • did' not 'learn "where :he funeral was to take place, but t was somewhere in Iowa. JEFFERSON BUS LINES ADDITIONAL SERVICE —Between— MIXNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL-KOCHESTEK . WATERLOO DES MOINES EFFECTIVE JULY I, 1931. Westbound—Read Down Daily Daily P. M. A. M. 3:00 7:00 Lv. 8:10 7:40 Lv. 2:45 7:45 Lv. 8:15 7:00 Lv. 5:25 6:45 Lv. 8:40 11:50 Lv. 9:85 12:45 Ar. 10:40 1:55 Ar. 11:00 2:15 Ar. 11:15 2:80 Ar. 11:80 2:45 Ar. 12:00 8:15 Ar. 12:15 8:80 Ar. 12:30 8:45 Ar. Eaetbound—Read Up, Minneapolis St. Paul Rochester Des Moines Waterloo Mason City Garner ALGONA Whittemore Cylinder Emmetsburg Ruthven Dickens Spencer Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Lv! Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Daily P. M. 5:15 4:35 5:15 4:01 11:10 10:15 9:10 8:50 8:35 8:20 7:50 7:35 7:20 Daily A. M. 1:20 12:40 12:25 1:15 6:00 7:05 5:50 5:30 5:15 5:00 4:30 4:15 4:00 BUS DEPOT ALGONA HOTEL Quicker, Surer With Less Effort at Less Cost.. You Can END THE FEARFUL The filthy disease-carrying FEARFUL 7 must go ... at all costs. But economy dictates the use of FLY- TO X, proven by famous "Chamber of Death" test* the surest, quickest-killing household spray made. It is stainless, fragrant, econ- mical, your most powerful weapon against the pests that invade your home. Laboratory-Tested—Super-Strength Cheapest to JJ»e--Tcik«i ttii to Kill Fbes,MQslQtp, Rossheife Auis, eta ~ """"" Four Corner* Wesley Announcement to Housewives Beginning imniediatety we ftfe making .a further change in our ut! m The general satisfaction and approval which greeted our change in service prompts us to make this change. " uie mot, The Truck on the New Schedule Will Leave the Store at 8:30 a. m. 10 a* m. 2p.m. 4 p> m Each of these deliveries goes to your door. This means four your door. Just another AKRE SERVICE. AKRE'S Two Phones: 29O and 291 The adult class of the Methodist Sunday school will meet with, Mtas VtcCall this week Tuesday evening. Urs. E. R. Swanson will entertain the Aid next week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Brass and Mr, and Mrs. Mike Kisch, Irvlngton, visited the J. T. Meurers Sunday. Mr. Braes is an uncle and Mrs. Kisch a cousin of Mrs, Meurer. Mrs. Guy M. Butts' father, Mr. Shlers, who is in his late eighties, has been In frail health for several months, and now requires watchful care both day and night.. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Reno, who have Jeen running the Yellow Lantern Inn, have given it up, and Kathry.n bruise assumed its management on Monday. Lawrence Gunderson, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Johnson, and Marjaret Hanson were at Clear Lake Sunday. MIMEOGRAPHING —From nothing' three or four year* back w« have butlt up a good ildeline In mimeographing. In fact the print- irs In the back shoo are a little ealous, because we do each work and quicker than they can print the lame Job. • The printer* have. an utomatic preaa, but our mlmeo- graphliig machine rum circles around it for speed. See our office girl for mimeographed circular let.«•• and post or postal cards of all kinds.—Advance. FOSTER'S • '.i ' ' ' ••''-'. July Furniture Evei The last two weeks in July we are making special reductions throughout our entire stock. Living Room, Dining Room, and Bedroom sets priced so low you would hot believe it without seeing. Great bargains in Rugs and Linoleums. Foster Furniture Compaq 'e# you* Don't Rasp Your Thro With Harsl Irritants "Reach for a LUCKY instead EvcryoiM ho* on Adam's J man—*v*ry woman has on*. Touckj Adam's Appfo wHh your finger. You aitP otty touching your larynx-t hi* i* your I 'box—If contains your vocal chord*. WW| coiwldcr your Adam's Apple- you orlng your tttroat*-your vocal chordfc "TOASTING" •xpeU certain I fonts prosMit In all raw tobacco*. Th*»| pollod Irritants or* not present to yow' STRUCI-me modern cigarette. W. »•' expelled Irritants to manufacturer* of leal compounds. Everyone knows Hia» meUows-that's why tho "TOASTING Includes tho use of Ultra Violet Rap* 1 STtlKE-made off tho finest tob« Cream off tho Crop-THtN_-"!l!! •n extra, secret and oxcluslve heeiM' It Is this process that expels Irritants. No wonder 3P,o7° Am clans have .toted MJCKlt* **•• No wonder lUCKlff «ro ahvay« W»S throat. And so wo soy "ConsWjr jjg Apj4e." to careful In yovr «hol« »»«•" 's Including rtp.uw.of Ultra YiobHtm 1 Sunshine Mellpw*—Heat Purifiei '^^M%>&&^:^ M J

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