Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1931 · Page 11
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atet^BMBBtt 3,1981. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA Gnehl TAILOR PAGE WHITTEMORE LOSES IN TWO BALL CONTESTS Whittemore, Sept. , I—Tlio West Bnntl Y, P. S. boys defeated the Whlttemore Y. P. S. boys in kitten- ball, 4-3 last Thm-mliiy. Only four Innings wore pliiyed. After the klt tenbiill gamn the colored team from Plney Woods school, of Mississippi, won easily from WhlUomore 7-1. .Whittemore won from the colored boys onco before, but tlio latter showed It couldn't be done usiiln. Hancock, Lone Hock's colored ditcher, caiiRht for Wlilttemore, Sharp, of Lone llock, played third for Whlttemore, llarvoy Klbert, one of the players on Whlttemore's second team played with the first team. Brwln Kueeker pitched. NEW all Kings re Here for |ur Inspection^ Your Clothes Tailor-Made. 'Wlilttemore AVoinen's Hlsier Dies- Mrs. M. W. Fandel, Mrs. J. P. Kl- bert, Mrs. Peter Elbort, Karl Elbert, and Edward Fandel, of Whlttemoro, and Mrs. Leo Walters, of Algona, returned a week ago Monday from Metamora, 111., where they had been called by the death of Mrs. Mary Noe, sister of the three first named. She was also a sister of ''Mrs. Joe Elsele, of Whittemore. Mrs. Noe was born in Illinois in 185-1 and was the mother of ten children, eight of whom are living. Funeral services were held at Metamora St. Mary's church August 20, with Edward Fandel, of Whittemore, seminarian, acting as sub-deacon. ,T<isson nnd son Ilnlph visited at the Kilwln Behnke homo at Bennett, nnd Mr. .reason attended the annual Lutheran conference at Lowden. The Arthur lleidemvith family attended the kittcnball game at Lu Verne last Sunday and on the way homo stopped at Algona to visit Mr. Tloidcmvith's uncle and aunt, the Charles Ccllenfclds Kr. Mrs. Gollen- fnld hiiM been 111 In bed for a week or more. Mr. a,,,] Mrs. Hoy Bjuntrom, Ho- burton, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kucckcr, Hernlco Biilgemim and Lillian llcldcnwlch spent Monday evening ,il the J. E. Walker home. The event was a sin-prise in honor of Mrs. Walker's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. II. w. Behnke and daughter Gertrude, and a friend, Willrcrt, Havorkamp, of Ilosellc, 111., wore six o'clock dinner guests at the Henry Schultx home Friday evening. The latter two are home on a two weeks vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Brogan, of Minneapolis, wcro_Sunday visitors at A. D. Brogan'.s. Harley Green and daughter, of Fairmont, were Saturday visitors at the Brogan's. Mrs. Mary Brogan, of Dows, spent last week at Brogan's. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Zumach and children drove to Scarvlllo Sunday to visit at the Fred Backen home, but when they arrived the Backens were not at home. Mr. Backen formerly worked in the Zumach meat market. Mrs. S. CHURCH NAMES NEW OFFICERS AT SWEA CITY brother-in-law, Druggist Denton, loft last Thursday for northern Minnesota and Canada, where they will spend several* weeks camping and fishing. Herb has not been in the best of health, and It is hoped outdoor lite will do him good. He plans to bo gone six weeks. A. Savage, accompanied Swea City, Sept. 1—Dr. W. H. Lease, district superintendent, held the final quarterly conference In the Methodist church here Sunday evening after church service. The following officers were elected: Trustees—T. F. Mitchell, Mrs. Nellie Anderson, Frank Thomson, L. O. McNeil, Geo. K. Nelson; stewards— Wm. Thomson, Floyd Richards, David Hosier, Elmer Smith, Mrs. Buoll Pearson, Mrs. T. F. Johnson, Mrs. Frank Thomson, Frank Thomson, Nellie Anderson, Joe Goff. Pastoral relation and pulpit supply—Airs. Wm. Thomson, Frank Thomson, Floyd Richards, Mrs. T. F. Mitchell; norhinating—Mrs. Frank Thomson, Mrs. C. G. Dourte, Mrs. Fred Seylor, Mrs. Mae Rhollne; membership—S, V. Carter, Dr. A. G. Reck, T. F. 'Mitchell; music — Iva Moats, Mae Pearson, Elsie Ecklund, Mrs. William Thomson, Elsie Ecklund, R. A. Haglund; Iva Moats, recording secretary; Mrs. Margaret Warburton, connectional steward; Mrs. Marie Jacobs, communion steward. Department heads—S. S. Supt., Sam Warburton; L. A. president, •feroino H. Johnson Is Home— Capt. Jerome B. Johnson arrived here Tuesday of last week from Gardiner, Mont. Rome has been assistant to the purchasing agent of the Yellowstone park hotels company for several years. He usually returns September 1, but because of poor health returned earlier this Continent oil company products are being handled. I'uplls Give Music KccHnl— Pupils of Pearl McAnlnch gave a recital at her home last Thursday afternoon. Parents and friends enjoyed the program. Hoy ScnniH AVuiit Recruits— The Boy Scouts are- asking all boys who will become 12 years old before February 1, who wish to join the Swea City Boy Scouts, to attend the next meeting of the troop on the school grounds. Tests must be recorded with the troop scribe, Roy Bravender Jr. Mayor Dye Goes to Hospital — Mayor J. M. Dye returned last &AHAN APPLES pr cooking, pies, or sauce. RIVER pest baking apples we have. hVEALTHY ating or cooking. IVEET CIDER ke orders for cider, fie 2F2 for prices. i W. Jenkinson (north of junction of (lys 169 and 18, and mile west. . . Uoth Lutheran Tennis Win— The Whittemore Y. P. S. boys and girls kittenball teams lost to Lu Verne 6-2 Sunday. The game was a hard struggle. After the boys game the girls played, but because of a rule that only Lutheran girls can play the game was postponed for 15-20 minutes until'Lu Verne had a team lined up of' all Lutheran girls. Substitutes were put in for the number of girls taken out. The teams were tied 8-8 in the first half of the seventh and last inning, but in the last half Whittemore ran in a score to win, 9-8. Reunion Is Held at H.luslrom's— The J. E. Walker family reunion was held Sunday at the Roy Bjustrom home at Hobarton. Mrs. Bjustrom is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. E. Walker. Dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker, Harold Ralph and Lloyd Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kueeker, all of Whine more; the Carl Walkers, of Alexan dria; the Delbert Walkers, of Del- Ivan, 'Minn. Mrs. .Harold Kueeker is a daughter, and Carl and Delbert are sons of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker. Tarty Honors Laura, itraatx— The Whittemore Y. P. S. met last week Wednesday evening at St. Paul's Lutheran school for a farewell party in honor of Laura Braatz, a member who is leaving for the deaf and* dumb school at Council Bluffs. Games were'played Thursday from Colfax, where he has been taking treatment for rheumatism. Friday his condition became .vorse and, accompanied by his wife and son Daniel, Clear Lake, went to by Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Airhart, of Buffalo Center, and the latter's father, a Mr. Gray, left last week Wednesday to attend the state fair at Des Moines. Mrs. H. C. Meyer returned Monday from Kenosha, Wis., where she had visited he_r daughter. From there she went" to Madison for a visit at S. C. Ehler's. Mr. Ehlers is a son of Mrs. H. C. Meyer. Father C. P. Sweeney, of Fort Dodge, visited last week Wednesday with Father William Veil. He was on his way home from Fort Snelling, where he had been for two weeks as senior chaplain of the C. M. T. C. Mrs. Carl Hansen entertained at four tables o£ bridge last week Tuesday evening. Ella Burke won high honors, and Mrs. Tim O'Brien second, Mrs. L. B. Smith won the cut prize. Wash Harris, of West Bend, was a Whittemore visitor last week •Mrs. T. F. Mitchell; men's Brotherhood, Frank Thomson; Epworth League, Sidney Hutchinson; W. F. M. S,, Mrs. James Vaux. Committees—Finance, Mae Pearson, Robert Haglund; religious education, Mrs. Cora Hutchinson, Mrs. A. G. Reck, Geneva Plcht, Mrs. G. K. Nelson, Burton Thomson; benevolences, Mrs. S. Warburton, Mrs. Cora Hutchinson, Elsie Smith; social service, Mrs. Anna Griffith, Carrie Harner, Lulu Haglund, Mrs Frank Sayers. o Spend Six Weeks In Woods- Druggist H. T. Winter, with his Mr. and Mrs their farm in and marshmallow wits were served for lunch. A little token sundae and nit- a midnight of remembrance was given to Laura from the Y. P. S. Oil Station Receipts Donated— Peter Schumacher, of the Mid- Continent service station, donated the profits of the station last Thursday to the Park celebration fund. Anyone who bought supplies at the station that day assisted to put over the celebration, and increased Mr. Schumacher's donation. He was assisted by Lucian Meurer and Paul D^hlhauser. TO LOAN -on- > [EASY TEBM8 CASH . 8EBVICE an you money on a |mlnutep notice, in from $50.00 to $300, lor call on ue, as our is quick, courteous pdentlal. We lend on bid furniture and auto- and allow you to re|20 small monthly pay- FINANCE CO. •Represented by plNOHAM * liAOr- [State Street. Phone 598 Oscar Schuttsclinclder Home- Oscar Schattschneider returned Sunday evening from Clinton and Davenport, where he had been visiting his sisters, Mrs. William Wegener Jr., Clinton, and Mrs. Arnold Will, at Davenport. He was accompanied by Ruth Balgeman. From Davenport they drove to Sheffield, where the latter teaches school and has charge of the basketball team. Wednesday morning. Harris recently sold the southwest corner of Whittemore township and moved to West Bend Mr. arid Mrs. Carl Hansen drove to Holstein Sunday to take Mr Hanson's brother Gordon back. Gor don 'had been visiting at the Car Hansen home for two weeks-. Mrs. Fern Jackson and children o McAllen, Tex., visited last week wit' Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Ault. Mrs. land Plumley, Avoca, and baby wer also visiting at the Ault home. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Balgeman ant son Raymond and Amanda Balge man, West Bend, returned Saturda from an auto trip through Illino: and Wisconsin. Ruth Carlisle, daughter of the A C. Carlisles, returned from Ceda Falls last week, after attendin summer school. She is teaching school two miles east of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murphy, of Lakefield, Minn., spent last week at the John Ernes home. The Ernes and Murphys were neighbors a number of years ago. Violla Heller left last week Tuesday to resume her duties as a student nurse in the Naeve hospital at Albert Lea. She had been home for two weeks. Verena M. Hentges, of Michigan, N. D., one o£ the new teachers in the Whittemore high school, came last week to get ready for school. Mrs. Arthur Hanson, of Everett, Wash., spent last week with MVs. Ethel Munch. Mrs. Hanson is. a former Fenton girl, Marie Hauphen. Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Cairy,'Sioux Iowa City hospital. to enter the university Former Pastor Speaks Sunday— The Rev. Mr. Stauffer, formei pastor of the Baptist church here preached here Sunday both morning and evening, and was greeted a both services by large audiences. aiarjorle Hllston 10;. Party— Marjorie Hilston entertained friends Friday afternoon at Other Swea City. Last Thursday afternoon the Frank Thomsons entertained Mrs. O. L. Wickens and her daughter Verna. r/uclllo Thomson entertained at dinner In honor of Vernn, the following: Naomi Hewitt, Francos Dahl, Emily Pearson, Mary Seylor and Gale Seylor Carter. J. H. Novolyn, former superin- endent here, visited friends over the eok-end. ' Lowell Nevelyn • will tart ii pre-medic course In Minneota university this year, and Lll- an is a junior in Carleton. Mr. Nevelyn will teach in Manly again his year. R. M. Hall, of Mason City, was a lusiness caller here Friday. Mr. Tall is sales manager of the North own. shipping association and has given talks before meetings of the shipping association here. Walter Engstrum, John Cassem rlaglun'd and Anderson, and Axe Stromberg each received a carload of steers for feeding- from St. Pau last week. They paid $G.G5 to $0.75 Louise Springer, who has been in a Rochester hospital for some time returned last week. She is being cared for by 'Mrs. Tom Severson. Burton Thomson, who was in De Moines last week exhibiting some o his hogs, received ninth for a Po land China sow. The August Petersons and Sam Carters are spending the week a the state fair. home of her grandparents, the Jacl Vaughns. The occasion was he tenth birthday. New OlltfStatton is Opened — The new oil station in the eas part of town, with Richard Crori as manager, opened last week. Mid Traugers Visit Here. Mrs. T. A. Tvauger and son Don aid were Algona visitor* Saturday They 'had brought Mr. Trauger' mother back to Livermore. She ha been visiting with them at Ame since the death of her husband tw weeks ago. They returned to Ame the same evening. WE 00 OUU OWN DR F. E. SAWYER LKNS BVB SIGHT SPECIALIST AI.GONA, IOWA Personal Loans- Milch Cow Loans INCREASE YOUR DAIRY HERD WITH OUR MONEY— Dairy cows assure a regular monthly income. We will loan money on your present herd or furnish the funds to purchase additional cows. WE LOAN MONEY ON PERSONAL PROPERTY — Money to bo- used for any purpose. Perhaps your car is already financed and the payments are too large. It is easy to reduce thcee monthly payments through our plan. | '., Call at our office or write us for full particulars. THE INLAND FINANCE CORPORATION First door North of Iowa State Bank. ALGONA Phone 55. IOWA Cheapest Insect Spray You Can Use Laboratory-Tested — Super-Strength FLYJOX Takes Less To Kill— f Sure si. Quickest Death to Flies. Mosquitoes. Roaches,* Bed Bugs. Ants. Moths. Fleas MOST POPULAR THROUGHOUT THE WORLD Nina Visits Father- AL CLINIC ant Proctology, s (piles) a^d ps of rectal trouble. k ble, colitis, consti- CONSEB- PAINLESS, OF per calL Six to 'usually Bufficieiit. ' FOR BOOKLET lection, rheumatista, treated by special methods. \t TIT **• TT« First National Mason Cit. l». DAY STOMACH TROUBLE Nina Quinn, Mt. Vernon, 111., came last week Tuesday to , visit her 'father, Curtis Quinn, southwest of Whittemore. She had made her home with her uncle and aunt, the Dr. C. O. Hamtltons. at Mt. Vernon for a year. She left Saturday for Sioux Falls where she will attend school this year and live with her mother. Hoys Hack frow~MIHtary Camp- Lloyd Roth, Edward Heller, William Heller and William Higgens Jr., returned Saturday from military camp at Minneapolis, where they spent their summer vacation. This was Lloyd Rath's fourth year, William Heller and William Higgen's second year, and Edward Hellers first. '. '• Summer Visitor Returns Home— • Lucile Balgeman left Saturday from West Bend for her home at Brlstow, S. D. She had been spending the summer vacation at the a. J. Balgeman home in Whittemoiie, and with relatives at West Bend. She teaches, and her school is to open in a week or so. Three Schools "open Moild »'"~ . . tt . Presentation academy, the Whittemore public school, and St. Pauls Lutheran school all opened Monday morning. Supt. Rockford, Mary D. Sch'ilz. and Miss Sammins, with three new teachers, have returned 'to the public' schools. 'srtSWMftr-si that her father, John Ludwig, W«t Bend, died Sunday evening. Mrs Ludwifr was more tha,n 60 years old and had been ill for some time. TKe^m^'elaUve, and frtenKathered at the Albert Wittkoff home Sunday evening to help Mrs. Wlttkoff celebrate her biith- day. Refreshments were served. City, visited last week Tuesday at the Editor Seth B. Cairy homo. They we're on their way to Austin, (l Minn. Esther, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Behnke, spent last week at the Peter Kollasch. home, at Burt. Esther is a niece of the Kollasches. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Baas and two children, Storden, Minn., visited over Sunday with Whittemore relatives and friends. Irene Esser, graduate of Presentation academy last spring, has gone to Des Moines to begin a course in nursing at Mercy hospital. Mary Catherine Rawson, of Eagle Grove, visited with Whittemore friends last week. The Rawsons formerly lived in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Kinsella, of Mason City, visited the past week at the M. P. McDonnell home. The Methodist Aid will have a general meeting' at the church this week Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Robert Flnnell Sr. has been sick for the last week. Mrs. Joseph Meurer has been sick for a week. Pressed- Repaired ^a Elk Cleaners and Tailors Phone MO stomach an4 WMtternor* Defeats Lp»« . M. F. Farwll and Francia Fish t*£ a carload of kids to X,one Rock last Saturday to Play with the Lone Bocjc ktds. 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