Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1931 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 27, 1931
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PAGft TEN kosstmt ootftmr ADVAMCIS. AtaoNA. IOWA ' WESLEY GIRL AND BANCROFT YOUTH MARRIED Weirtey, Aug. 25 — A church wedding took pluco last week Tuesday morning at nine o'clock when Eunice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Q. Studer, became the bride of tsa- dore, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mouser, of Bancroft. The Mingle ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. George F. Wessellng at the St. Joseph's church In the presence of many relatives and friends. The bride was dressed In a burgundy colored traveling suit with accessories to match, and carried a bridal bouquet of pink roses and •white asters. She was attended by tier cousin, Miss Rita Sherman, who was gowned In a brown fall outfit. The bridegroom and his attendant, Joseph Mouse!, his brother, were fcoth dressed in dark suits. School to Start Next Momlny— The old familiar school bell will •again ring forth to teachers and school children here next Monday. The faculty Is composed of Supt. E. R. Swanson; principal, Helen Relmer, of Edge wood; coach, E. V. Klooz, of Sumner; Carol Joy Demotz, of Hull, music; Hazel Marie Conrad, of Wayland, home economics; and erode teachers as follows: Shirley Ixiwls, of Kanawha; Margaret McConnell, of Medlapolis, and Esther Beck, of Bellevue. At the parochial school which also begins next Monday the faculty is composed of; Sister M. Amrosianna, first and second erade; Sister M. Hermine, third and lourth; Sister M. Philomine, fifth and sixth; and Sister M. Judith, seventh and eighth. Sister M. Lydia will have charge of the music and Bister M. Annaclete is again the housekeeper. Continues Teaching' Course— Hilda Kerrins, who has been home anost of the summer months, left ^Friday night for LaPeer, Mich., to resume her position as supervisor teacher in the Michigan Home and Training school there. Her sister Beverly is taking a course in occu patisnal thcraphy at KalamaKoo, and is spending a month at Battle Creek in one of the training schools doing practice teaching. She will be through with her course in September and will be ready position soon after. to fill a Auxiliary to Name Officers— The Legion Auxiliary held its regular August meeting last Thursday night with the Misses Gunhlld and Margaret Flom as hostesses. It was voted to send $12 to the unit's adopted hoy, "Herman S.", who is a patient in the veteran's hospital at Knoxville. The next meeting will be held September 3, with Mrs. Zack Gibson as hostess, and at this meeting officers for the coming Auxiliary year will be elected. Meetings will be held every two weeks beginning in September. employed In the butter''department and Mr. Scholz In the egg department. , Mrs.' Ann M. Kunz, and children, Mrs. Henry Sherman and family, the Jack Sherman family, of Blairsburg, and Mrs. Jay Matcrn, of Odell, 111., spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Matern, where they helped Grandma celebrate her G9th birthday anniversary. Mrs. J. V. Ritchmeler and two daughters, Edna and Mlra, and two suns Clarence and Anthony, of Iowa Falls, spent from Saturday till Sunday nlKht with her parents, Mr. anil Mrs, Nathan Studer. While here they nlso took occasion to look after the renting of their farm. Margaret Hanson, who has spent most of the summer with Mrs. Harry Johnson, left Monday for Austin to remain a week with her sistor, Mrs. Anna Moore, before leaving for Cedar Falls September S to enter as a freshman In the normal course department. Edna Johnson, clerk at the A. L. Kleinpeter store, left last week on her annual vacation. She, her mother, hnd two brothers, Frank and Elmer, visited last week at the l\ O. Anderson home at Alexandria, Minn. The Jack Thissen family, of Williams, spent from Friday till Monday visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hauptmann. Dorothy Hauptmann, employed at Charles City, also spent the weekend at home. Mr. and Mrs. John Amesbury drove to Mason City Sunday to spend the day at the home of Mrs. O. L. Allen. Her son, Harold Miller, and his wife, of Minneapolis, a nephew of Mrs. Amesbury, are visiting at the home of his mother. Oscar Johnson and two friends, a Mr. Anderson and a Mr. Johnson, all of Chicago, spent several days last week here with his brother Anthony. They left the latter part of the week for Spencer and St. Paul to visit other relatives. Sister M. Rosallna and Sister M. Marcianna, of Dubuque, arrived Friday for a week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wingert. An other daughter, Mrs. Franzen and her daughter, of Jump River, Wis. are also visiting the Wingerts. Leila Wester, of the Extension de. partment in Ames, and a. friend, Margaret Beard, of Des Moines, came Saturday to visit at the Emil Wester home. Miss Beard returned to Ames Monday leaving Leila for 'a longer visit. The Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Moore and daughter Lulu left Monday for Madison, S- D., and Lincoln, Nebr., to spend a week visiting before the latter's school reopens at Lincoln SERVICES HELD AT HOME FOR LAKOTAWOMAN Livkota, Aug. 25—Mrs. Clara Beyer Tamen, who committed suicide by hanging herself while despondent over Illness last week Tuesday, was born at Morrlstown, Minn., February 13, 18S7. She spent most oE her early life at Buffalo Center, and was graduated from the high school there and later attended the state teachers college at Cedar Falls. She taught in the public schools of Rake and Buffalo Center for several years. Mrs. Tamen was an accomplished musician both in voice and piano, and sang In the choir of the Methodist church at Buffalo Center for a number of years. April 15, 1914, she was married to Tom Tamen, and they came to Dakota to live. She is survived by her husband and two children, Clara Beverly, 13, and Frederick Thomas, S, her mother, Mrs. Minnie Beyer, and two .brothers, .Charles and Herbert, of Buffalo Center, and two sisters, Mi-s. Lillian Johnson, Minneapolis, and Mrs. Emma Young, of Ainsworth, Neb. Mrs. Tamen has been 111 for a number of years with nervous trouble, and seldom left her home. Funeral services were held at the home, and interment was made in the cemetery at Buffalo Center. Former Pastor, Wife, In Visit— The Rev. and Mrs. Liming and their four children, of Aurelia, spent a few days last week visiting friends here. The Rev. Mr. Liming was pastor of the local Methodist church preceding the Rev. Mr. Johnson. They are now stationed at the Diamond-Good Hope charge near Aurelia. Saturday was Mrs. Limlng's birthday, and a few friends enjoyed a picnic supper with her at the A. Q. Smith's. Sunday a picnic dinner was held at the church in their honor, and 45 attended. This gave their many friends an opportunity for a visit with them. They left Sunday evening to visit a sister near Bancroft. Attend F. n. Board Meeting-Mr, and Mrs. George Winter attended a Farm Bureau board meeting at Algona last week Thursday A picnic dinner was held at the Ambrose A. Call park and the afternoon taken up with 'business relative to Farm Bureau day at the / * a. week ago Saturday for Illinois In response to a meusage stating Mrs. Powers' father had died. Funeral services were held Monday', and the Power* came home the latter part of last week. ' Two Families Have New Sons— A son was born to the Brman Hansens Sunday morning. They have two other boys. A son was born to the Art Andersons, who live west of town, Saturday morning. Fred Stulibcs Hnvo Son— A son was borri to the Fred Stubbes last week. Mrs. Stubbes was telephone operator here before her marriage. This Is the second child. Other Lakotn News. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thaves Sunday entertained Mrs. Thaves' mother, Mrs. Louise Schmltt, and her brother Irvln, and family, of Sac City; the Henry Schmltts, and Esther Klelst, of Garner; and Mr. and Mrs. John Bellson, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Herbst, of Chicago. The latter two couples are on their way to the Black Hllte. They remained till Monday, but the others returned home Sunday evening. The E. R. AVorleys and guest, Mary Toweler went to Mason City Saturday for a visit with' Mrs. Wor- ey's parents, the M. They returned Sunday. er, who teaches in a deaf and dumb school In Faribault, Minn., will leave :his week to take up her work for another year. The Charles Eggerths ' went to Senwick last week Wednesday to visit relatives and to attend a town celebration. Mr, and Mrs. Marlin Slater are staying at the Eggerth farm taking care of things during :helr absence. Mr. Slater la Mrs. 3ggerth's brother. The W. T. Wilkins family, of Es- .hervllle, spent a few hours here Saturday visiting friends. They were on their way to Titonka to visit a .vhere she teaches dramatics in one | county fair. Orrie Beeler, state or- of the junior high schools. j ganizer, was present to help plan Thno A. Gerdes and daughter La-1 for the autumn membership drive To Speak at H. E. Conference— Margaret Looft left Sunday for Story City to spend a day with friends. From there she went to Ames, where she is this week in attendance at the Smith-Hughes Home Economics conference, being one of the speakers on the program. She wilJ leave Friday for Wlnthrop, and be ready for the opening of her school year Monday, August 31'. This is Margaret's fourth year there at the head of the home economics department. Study Club to Resume Work— The Study club met with Mrs. Leo Bleich, with Mrs. Vincent Daughn assistant hostess, last Thursday afternoon. Bridge was played at two tables with Mrs. A. TJ. Dawson winning first prize and Mrs. George Aldrich winning the other prize. Lunch was served. The Study • club will begin its regular meetings September 17, when study programs will be started for t year. The first' meeting will be with Mrs. Aldrich. Wcsleyan's Sist«r Loses Baby— Mrs. John Ormsby left last week "Wednesday morning for Mason City to act as nurse in the home of Mr Ormsby's sister, Mrs. John O'Hern where a baby daughter, Margaret Kegina, came to gladden their home that morning. The baby proved too frail for life and died Saturday af ternoon at four o'clock. Burial took place Sunday at Britt, where both Mr. and Mrs. O'Hern formerly lived A. E. Giddlngs Family In Trip— Mr. and Mrs. A. E. GIddings, son Cordon and wife, left Saturday morning for Keota to visit a few days with their son and brother Glenn and family, who are visiting there with Mrs. Giddings's parents Glen expects to return with them to spend several days before rejoin ingjiis family prior to their going where he University Wesleyan's Mother Seriously Ill- Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Hutchison the Clayton Johnson family, ant Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller, of Lu Verne, were called to the home o their mother, Mrs. Theodore John son, near Rockford, We'dnesda; night by her serious illness. Thej returned to their homes Sunda., night, feeling that Mrs. Johnson wa showing only slight improvment. Operator A way on Visit— Isabel Kerrins and Irma War are leaving for Des Moines Thurs day to spend several days at the state fair. Isabel is enjoying a two weeks vacation from the tele Phone exchange, and expects to al so visit with the George Spangle family at Everly before returning Hannah Nelson will substitute the switchboard. Other Wesley News. Immediately following the cere mony, the bridal couple left for the home of the bride, where a wedding breakfast was served by Ruth Sher man, Edna Sherman, and Mrs. El iner Gibson, to thirty-five near rel atives of the couple. They left soon thereafter on a honeymoon trip Mirr.sota, and upon their return wil: commence housekeeping on a farm near Bancroft. Karl Wester, and a boy friend, Anton Scholz, w ho have been here for two weeks, are leaving Friday for New York City to again resume their positions with the Karl Ahlers produce company. Mr. Wester is to Green Custle, Ind., teaches at the DePauw vonne drove to Pocuhontas Monday to spend several days on land business. Mrs. Gerdes and Sylvia Ann were housegucsts at the home of his In-other Henry and family during his absence. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown and laughter Harriett of Denver, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hutchison and laughter Ruth, of Algona, were Thursday night guests at the home of Mayor and Mrs. John Hutchison. Mr. and Mrs. Fraher- and Mrs. White and daughter, of Cul- om, 111., came Saturday to spend a week visiting the Charles Downs home. Mrs. Downs is a sister of Mr. Fraher and Mrs. White. Mr. and Mrs. C. Mertz, son Floyd and daughter, Mrs. Claud Walker, of Horton, Kan., arrived here lion' day night to spend a week or more isiting their daughter and sister, Mrs. Will Henderson. The Charles Kraus, Fred Dlek- mann, Carl, Howard, and H. M. Hanson families enjoyed a weiner roast picnic with the Raymond Han•son family Sunday night at the latter's farm home south of town. Frances Weig came Thursday with Cashier Guy M. Butts, who has been to Aberdeen, S. D., on bus. Iness, and is spending this week here with Carman and AVeig relatives. John Kerrins took his three children, Kendrick, John Bissell, and Diantha, to Pleasonton Saturday to make their home with their mater nal grandmother, Mrs. McCullom, during the school year. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Fox and sis ter, of Saunemin, 111., came Friday for several days at the Charles Downs, Lewis Kent, J. F. and Will fred Cooney homes. George Prema, who has been ai Hay ward, Minn., this summer, re turned Sunday to be present for th< Golden wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs. Michael Wingert. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Haverly and Grandma Agatha Haverly drove to Parkers burg Sunday to spend the day with the Casper Kuper family. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kleinpeter an< son David Lawrence are spending several days this week at the stat fair in Des Moines, \vhere David i entered in the baby health contest Mr. and Mrs. Fred Looft, Mrs Bertha Looft and daughter Margar spent Sunday at Ledyard visiting Grandmother Looft who has been i: poor health recently. Lewis Kent and several of hi children returned home last wee' Tuesday from Cullom and Sauni men, 111., where they visited a fe\ days with relatives and friends. Mrs. Grace Bolsinger-Stevens, o Clear Lake, and daughter Charlen arrived here last Wednesday for t week at the home of Mrs. Wallac Benton. Mrs. Mllda Miles and Mrs. Jame Hodgej will be hostesses to the Ai at the Methodist church basemen this week Wednesday afternoon. I'arsonuge Is Being' Painted— Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Reass, of For Dodge, visited from Wednesday til Saturday night at the home of he cousin, Mrs. Fred Looft. Rudolph Hauptmann, of Chicago came Sunday for a week's visit will his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E< Hauptmann. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ward lef Monday to spend several days a the Mayo hospital at Rochester in the interest of Mr. Ward's health. The Methodist parsonage is being treated to a coat of white paint this week, the work being don by men members of the church. Dr. and Mrs. Alson J. Braley, Iowa City, spent the week-end visit ing his parents, Druggist and Mrs H. J. Braley. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison, together with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Law won, of Cor with, drove to Fonda Sunday on business. Mr. ana Mrs. W. W. Sturdivant and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hanson So to Des Moines Friday to attend the Iowa State Fair. Ir. Huntley, state insurance direc- or, gave a talk on automobile in- urance. The women held a short iceting to make plans for organiza- ion of more townships to take 'i-oject work this year. H. Baileys. Miss Towel- brother of Mrs. Wilkina'. The Wll- kinds were residents" of Lakota when Mr. Wllklns Was conductor on the Rook island road some years ago. William Clemans.'son of the EVA, Clemans, preached at the Methodist church In Buffalo Center 'Sunday. He supplied for-the Rev. Mr. Howe, who attended 'a reunion at Mason City. ; Mr. and Mrs. John Moyer left last week for northern Minnesota In hopes that it will benefit John's health. He suffers from asthma, and If not benefltted there they may go on to Colorado, George Altlzer's brother Barney and his family, of Davenport, are visiting here. They spent part of last week visiting George's daughters, Gladys and Dana, of Buffalo Center. The Rev. Mr. Johnson spent last week Monday at a group meeting at Thompson. Plans were made for a Brotherhood meeting to be held at Forest City in September. The A. Q. Smiths went to Mason City Sunday for a reunl&n of the Smith, Abel and Howe families. A picnic dinner was held at East park, and 80 attended. Mrs. H. D. Mussman Is entertaining her cousin, William Walker and his wife, of Mendota, 111. They were guests at the church dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Buckels anc Esther spent last week visiting relatives at Ellsworth, Jewel, Boone and De Sola. They returned Sunday. The George Mussmaris went to Rlcevllle Sunday and brought home the two boys who have been visiting their aunt, Mrs. Kemp. The Leonard Chrlsts spent last week visiting relatives at Pipestone Minn., and Madison, S. D. They report crops very poor. The Harold Pierces entertained Mrs.'Plerce's'sister and her husband the 'j. 'M. Wrights', of toes Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Ed Kahl spent part vt ItUt week Iti Fort Dodge visiting her brother, A. M. Stelnhoff, who has been seriously ill. Gertrude Wortman and Mary Jane Lewis came homo from Cedar Falls Friday. They have been attending summer school. The Ralph Olsons, of Ledyard, were supper guests at the Rev. Mr. Johnson's last week Wednesday. .• The Gus Thaves and C. A. Chip- mans, of Burt, were guests of the L. J. Needhams Sunday. Robert Hamilton and son Robert Jr., and Norman Frerklng spent last week at Spirit Lake. A daughter, named Ruth, born last week Saturday to Garret Johnsons. was the attended a Algona • Frl- The Harold Pierces telephone meeting at day. The Ray Estles attended the Grant Center church homecoming! Sunday. TITONKA VISITORS FIGURE IN ACCIDENT AT SEXTON Titonka, Aug. 25—An accident occurred on the Henry Nelson corner near Sexton last Sunday when the Joe Goetz car, Wesley, collided with the Bill Likes car. The latter were driving to .Titonka to visit the Phil Buffingtons. Mrs. Likes received a cut on her forehead and hand. Several stltchea were taken. Joe Goetz, said to have been thrown 30 feet from his car, was seriously injured. Mr. Likes had to drive into the ditch to avoid hitting Mr. Goetz. Mr. Goetz and Mrs. Likes were taken to the hospital at Algona Immediately. PEOPLE LIVING OUT OP ( CLAY county may reserve seats 'in the new grandstand at the World's Greatest County Fair at Spencer now. No advance In prlces.- Leo C. Daileyi Secretary. -Write 31u50 GENERAL A better tire that will not blow out Our price compares well with other JOE GREENBERG JEFFERSON BUS LINES MINNEAPOM8-ST. PAUL-ROCHESTER . DES MOINES EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1931. Westbound—Read Down Dally P. M. 3 tOO 8i40 2:45 8:16 6:»R 8i40 Il35 10:40 11:00 lit 15 11 ISO 12:00 12:15 12:30 Dally A. M. 7:00 7:40 7:45 7:00 6:45 11:50 18:45 1:66 2:15 8:80 8:45 8:15 8:80 8:45 Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Ar, Ar. Ar v ' Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Minneapolis St. Paul Rochester Des Moines Waterloo Mason city Garner ALGONA Whlttemore Cylinder ISmmotsburg Ruthven Dickens Spencer Eastbound-u, Dally P.M. litlS Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv, Lv. Lv. Lv. BUS DEPOT ALGONA HOTEL 4U5 sn: 4:01 11:10 10:15 9:10 8:50 8:35 8:20 7:50 7:35 7:20 rops Fall In South Dakota— Gus Torine received a letter last veek from a sister, Mrs. Ellen Anderson, of Manchester, S. D., in vhich she says crops there are almost a total failure because of the drought and grasshoppers, What ittle oats that have been harvested are so light as to be almost worth- ess. The corn was put in silos some time ago to keep it from being entirely burned up. Grain is being shipped in to feed stock. Hrs. Edward's Sister Is 111— Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Edwards eft Saturday morning for Bloom- ngton, 111., to see Mrs. Edward's sis- tar, who is critically ill. Joe Faulkner is staying with the children, and helping care for the farm. A sister and husband from Armstrong accompanied them to Illinois. Seven Calves to Go to Fair— The Lakota calf club met at the Sam Winters home Friday evening and completed plans for their county fair exhibit. Seven members are exhibiting calves and County Agent Morrison and Ed Dressier attended the meeting. Mrs. Powers' Father Dies— Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Powers left MAKES YOU LOSE UNHEALTHY FAT Mrs. Ethel Smith of Norwich Conn., writes: "I lost 16 Ibs. with my first bottle of Kruschen. Being on night duty it was hard to sleep days but now since I am taking Kruschen I sleep plenty, eat as usual and lose fat too." To take off fat—take one-half teaspoonful of Kruschen in a glass o: hot water every morning befori breakfast—an 85 cent bottle lasts ' weeks—Get it at E. W. Lusby's 01 any drug store in America. If thib first bottle fails to convince you this is the easiest, surest and safest way to lose fat your money gladly re turned. BLACKSMITH1NG We are completely equipped and Lou Mark. la, our blacksmith, is an expert who gives the best of service. PLOW-WORK Time to prepare for Fall plowing. We sharp en plow shares, or i: you need new ones we get them for you. WOODWORK We are always prepared to do any kind of wood work in a hurry Repairs for machinery is our specialty. Thorpe WOOD AND IRON WORKS Phone 157 Learn what a difference eylinders make in smoothness quietness * flexibility handling ease riding comfort dependability economy lony life Step out of any other low-priced car, step into a Chevrolet, and learn what a difference six cylinders make. When you start the engine, and let it idle—the car remains steady, as well as everything in it. When you drop into low gear, and let the engine take hold—the power flows evenly. 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