Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 17, 1931 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 17, 1931
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KOSStiTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA SECR **t»» «**• |fsAWYER ET DOUBLE BURT WEDDING IS ANNOUNCED Burt, Sopt. 15—Announcement has recently been made of the marriages "f Opal Steward and John Hennings and of Isabel Steward. The Lceck and Ralph two couples were [imeographing Advance Publishing Co. with a cousin for Sioux City* where she will enter Mornlngslde college. Oriole and Marcella Brooke left last week Monday for Ontario, Calif., where they attend school. .Oriole is a college sophomore and Marcella is a high school senior. Among Burt students, who will enter Ames this week are Wesley Bernhard, Edward Paine, Myron Chipman, Raymond Bleich, and Wendell Patterson. Mrs. J. W. Staley returned to her home at La Crosse, Wis., last week Wednesday after spending six weeks at the E. H. Staley home. Mr. Staley remained for a longer visit. The Woman's Homo Missionary society will meet 'Saturday afternoon, September 19, at the home of the Misses Mattie Warner and 'Eva AVhitncy. mnrrlotl in a double ceremony at the Lutheran parsonage at Galena, 111. on August 15. Mrs. Hennings and Halph Steward are the (laughter and son of Mr. and 'Mrs. H. A. Steward, Bancroft farmers. John Hennings is the aim of Mr. and Mrs. August Hennings, Portland township farm- Mrs. Clans Prulssman and R. E. ers, and Mrs. Steward is the daugh- I Trainer brought Mrs, Lois Trainer ter of Mr. and Mrs. ISmil Lecck. Mrs.! homo Tuesday. They remained until Henning.s has for several years been j Thursday and Mrs. Trainer return- TITONKA POST AUXILIARY TO NAME OFFICERS Titonka, Sept. IL5—The 1/eglon Auxiliary will hold Its regular September business meeting at the hall September 28 at which time new officers will be elected for the coming year. This week, Sept. 17-22, Is constitution week, and all units are requested to make a study of the department and unit constitution and by-laws. Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe has employed nt the Marvin hotel. Mrs. Steward graduated from the Burt high school a year ago and has been at home since that time. Both Mr. Hennings and Mr. Steward have been assisting their parents on the farm. Both young couples expect to start farming for themselves year. been appointed chairman department. of this next Course for Women— A new feature of school work this year will bo an evening course to be given to women desiring It. The class will be held on Wednesday evenings under the direction of with them. Carl Reynolds, Algona, spent the week-end with his wife at the Mrs. C. H. Reynolds home. He is going around with the Brown show cattle and left-Monday for Marshalltown. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Reams went to Sioux City Sunday to get some of their household goods. They arc spending the winter with W. D. Kearns. The Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifton will entertain the members of the official board and their wives at the parsonage Friday evening. Walter Hnnna and Erma ' Reid 4-H Girls Go to Fair- Friday at the fair \vas 4-H day and the 4-H girls were admlttet free. Among those that went from the Buffalo Busy Bees were Phya dells Peterson, Alice Sartor, Myrtl Ama, Mildred ,and Fern Krantz Doris and Ruth Stott, Thelma an Elvlnia Oppedal, Betty 'Budlong Helen Beed, Edith Rynolds, Cathe rine Schram, Leota Oesterrelcher Loraine, M. Peterson, Edith May Budlong, Hazel Miller, Viola Rlke Loraine F. Peterson, and Evely Schultz. The girls were In the pa rade at 1:30 Rnd those in uniform were admitted to the grandstand 1 the afternoon free. Charlotte Warrior, Home Economics cllme , U P £rom Ames Saturday and teacher. The first lesson will be K " en t th e week-end at the Mrs. [ye, Ear, Noise and Throat Clinic FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK i ial clinic fees for all tonsil operations and other iar, nose, and throat operations Friday morn-entirely operative Friday afternoons—examin- i and consultations. Ir. W. D. Andrews Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon ALGONA, IOWA >ave$4*75 at is all you will need to bring the verage family of five over fifty miles see everything at the World's Greatest County Fair at Spencer »n Sept. 22 to 26. This includes ar expense, general admission and od seats for both afternoon and night shows. See fine exhibits of Agriculture, Live Stock, Women's Work, School 4-H Club Work. Also Five Great hippodrome Acts, Magnificent Night How, the Union Stock Yards 8-Horse Team, the new Autogiro or Windmill and countless other attractions. You are entitled to •omefun. In the Shadow In moments of darkness one finds us responsive to the veriest wish, sympathetic tn the performance ol our sacred taska, Our helpful efficiency does r not Jntrude upon the solitude of grief. Our personnel and equipment are such 'as to assure the utmost in comfort to the bereaved. We take pride |n reverent Service. OUR CHAPEL SERVICE Every funeral; small or large, includes the privilege of using our beautiful 'chape}. LAIRD & IMUILOII6H plrectors A given Wednesday evening, September lli. It will deal with methods of vegetable preservation. Tomatoes will- be canned by the tin can method. KiiiRSdorfs Visit Relatives— Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ringsdorf and family, Newark, S. D., arrived Friday for a few days visit with rein liven. Warren Ringstdorf, who had spent several weeks at Newark returned with them. The Ringsdorft will leave their daughter AMola with her grandmother, Mrs. John Dittmer, Algona, where she will attend school. Family Reunion Is H«'ld— A Ringsdorf and Dittmer family gathering was held at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday. Among those attending were the Fred, Will, F. A., and Roy Ringsdorf families, the Wyott Stott, LeRoy Boettcher, and -C. E. Slgsbee families, and Mrs. Myrtle Ringsdorf, Bancroft. Maude Hanna home. Lance Riebhoff accompanied his father-in-law, J. R. Johnson, Lakota, to Chicago Saturday, night. They went in with some fat cattle. Mrs. Myrtle Householder returned Saturday from Fort Dodge, where she had spent a week at the home of her brother. At.the Rebekah lodge meeting on Thursday evening the Burt degree team will initiate a candidate for the Algona lodge. •Mrs. L. I. Thorson, Slayton, Minn., visited Thursday * and Friday with her sister, Mrs. A. N. Jensen William Neet, Graettinger, visited Sunday at the A. N. Jensen home. Lura Sewick, principal at Harris spent the week-end with her parents, the H. G. A. Sewicks. Virgil Schraeder, Gait, spent the week-end with his parents, the C. H. Schraders. Busy Bees Hold Meeting— The Buffalo Busy Bees met'Satur day with Alice Sartor, assisted b Margaret Callies. Present wer Gertrude Meyers, Hazel Miller, Mar- rlends and relatives. Violet will go rom Cherokee to Sioux City, where he will attend Mornihgslde. Violet s a IW31 high school graduate here. Itostoiilans Visit, Titonka— Lawrence Woodruff, of Savanna, 11., and William Indlters, of Boston, rtass., came Thursday evening and re visiting several days at M. S. Craven's. From here they will con- Inue their trip to Mount Vernon Saturday. Clarion Visitors Come Sunday— Kermit Larson, who has been working in a hotel in Clarion, and Rosamine Pardoe -and Ellory Gray, of Clarion, were Sunday visitors at :he L. B. Larson home. They returned Sunday evening. I'.-T.-A to Meet Again Monday— The first P..-T.-A. meeting of the vear will be held at the high school auditorium Monday evening. Other Titonka News. The Jay Budlongs the Roy Bud longs, the Dr. Pierre Sartors, the R. L. Krantzes, the Chester Lamoreux, the William Stotts, and Beu lah and Raymond Schutjer were among Tltonkans at the county fair last week Tuesday afternoon and evening. Mrs. R. L. Krantz, daughters Doris and Marlon, Viola Rike, and Loraine M. Peterson were attending the fair Thursday. Loraln and Viola were on the 4-H demonstration team. Mrs. Virgil Pendergast entertained at her bridge luncheon club Monday afternoon. Prize winners were Mrs. M. S. Craven, Mrs. H. C. Schweppe and' Mrs. Howard French. Seneca •Mrs. Henry Rasmussen and children are living in upstair rooms of the house now occupied by the Sheldon Merrills. Mr. Rasmussen la attending a barber school in Kansas :ity. Mr. and Mrs. Linus Jensen returned last week Tuesday from a visit at the Alfred Enness home In Ames. Mrs. Enness and Mrs. Jensen are sisters. The George Patterson family, of the the Waterloo, recently moved into house formerly occupied (by Henry Rasmussens. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nielsen, Mr. Rhodes, and Mr. Parker, of Waterloo, and Mr. and Mrs. T. Turner, of La Porte City, spent last week-end visiting relatives at the William Osborn and Mrs. Anna Osborn homes. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Meyer, Iowa Falls, the Henry Musslgman family, of Geneva, the J. W. Campbell family, of Armstrong, Ruth Kracht and Arthur Schultz, of Hampton, spent Sunday at the G. Kracht home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft entertained the Harry Valdlcks, of Rlng- sted, and the Johnnie Johannesen family, of Bancroft, Sunday. Pauline Osborn returned from Des Moines Sunday after a week with friends there. garet Callies, Leota Oesterrelcher, Phydelis and Loraine Peterson, Myrtle Aman and Fern and Mildred Krantz. The leader, Mrs. R, Ii. Krantz, was not present, so Phydells Peterson, president of the club, took charge. Hampton Residents in Visit- Edith Budlong, who has been working in a bank in Hampton Hazel Budlong, who has been teach ing school in Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sargent and' Maxine Lukensmler, of Hampton, were Sun day visitors here. They returned to Hampton Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. August spent Sunday at Ernest Bniisecl in Cellar Fall— Ernest Kruger narrowly escaped serious Injury Sunday when he fell down cellar at his home here. He| received cuts and bruises on his face and body but escaped without broken bones. Mr. Kruger is 84 years old. Lutheran Aid Has Picnic— The members of the Lutheran Aid and their families had a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday. The affair was in honor of the 2'5th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bleich, which occurred Saturday. Rally Day Next Sunday— Rally day will be observed at the Methodist church next Sunday. There will be promotion of Sunday school pupils. At noon a picnic dinner will be held in the church dining room. Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Staley and two children, Seattle, Wash., who are visiting the former's sister, Mrs. Mark Olson, Forest City, spent one night last week at the E. H. Staley home. They drove through from Seattle, making the 2380 mile trip in H days. Mr*and Mrs. Crow, Charles City, came Sunday and took Mr and Mrs. Johjn Crawford home with thjem for a visit. The Crawfords have been spending several weeks at the J. H. Graham home. They expect to spend the winter with their son at Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Covell, of La Crosse, Wis., visited last week at the E. H. Staley home. Mrs. Covell is Mr. Staley's sister, The Staleys and their guests spent a couple of days last week at Webster City, ! where the Covell's visited cousins and the Staley's former neighbors. Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Temple and daughter Gloria Rae,- who have been spending a couple of weeks with Burt friends, left Friday for Washington, Iowa, where they will visit relatives before returning to their home at Anaheim, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Staley and two children, Seattle, Wash., Mrs. Mark Olson, and two daughters, Forest City, J. W, Staley, La Crosse, Wis.,. and the L. O. Bush family spent Sunday at the E. H. Staley home. Willis Chipman arrived home Monday from an extended hiking trip through the southern states. Allan Graham was with him on part of the trip, but he returned to Pontiac, 111., a week or two ago, where he is visiting his sister. H. A. Whitehill and his daughter, Mrs. Lester Johnson, of Bancroft, went to Rochester Saturday to visit Mrs. Whitehill, who is in the hospital there. They found her getting along nicely. They returned home Sunday. Mrs. A. H. Nafur, Nashua, came Saturday for a few days visit .at the home of her niece, Mrs. E. O. Chipman. Mr. and Mrs.- Milo Brown, Garner, were also Sunday guests at the Chipman home. Mrs. J. Q. Sewick and Mrs.-w. H, Lease, Algona, attended a meeting of the district officers of the Woman's Home Missionary eo?iety at Ruthven last Thursday. Mrs. Bewick is district supply secretary. The young people's executive committee of the Port Dodge Presby, tery met at the Presbyterian manse Monday afternoon to arrange fo r a young people's rally, which will be held here on October 2 and ?. The C. B. Chipman *«*&? attend- SEXTON GIRL HAS INFECTED FINGER; STUNMY BEE Sexton, Sept. 15—Elizabeth, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Paetz, is having a painful time with one of the fingers' of her right hand. The finger was stung by a bee and infection set in. She had the finger Innced bj> Dr. W. D. Andrews, and she goes to Algona every day to have the wound dressed. Mr. Paetz left early Sunday morning for Rochester, and will bring. Mrs. Paetz and Doris home. Mrs. Paetz has been staying at 'the hospital with Doris most of the time since Doris had her arm amputated. Conference Is Sept. 22— Next Sunday will be the Rev. Mr. Moore's last Sunday here befoye conference which begins September 22 at Esthervllle. Mrs.-Harvey Steven and son Loyd are Sexton delegates to the conference. Funerals Are Attended— Many f;-om Sexton attended the funeral of Sam Hedrick Saturday afternoon In Algona, and services for Titonlui Loses Fair Ball Game— Tltonka lost to Swea City, 6-4, a Algona last Thursday afternoon at the fair. It is reported to have been a very interesting game. Among those from Titonka in attendance were Arlo Larson, Kenneth Carlson, George and Ernest Sachau, and Herman Pannkuk. The Howard Frenches were Tues- lay and Thursday evening visitors at the county fair, and were Sunday dinner guests at the Dr. W. T. Peters home at Burt. Mrs. Esther Askins and son, Arthur, drove to Mason City, Saturday to consult an occulist concerning Arthur's eyes. Jerry Schutjer and Paul Tienan left Monday morning for an over land trip out into Wyoming and the west. Aubrey Fisher, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1C I. Fisher, has been quite sick the past few days, but is improving now. The Titonka boys won from Wo den Monday afternoon, 11-6, in a good ball game. Mrs. Homer Downs, Mrs. Harry Beed, and Mrs. John Fisher were at Britt last week Tuesday. Rally Day Is Held Sunday— The Methodist Rally day was held Sunday. The congregation attended church In the forenoon, bringing baskets with them. After services they had dinner in the basement of the church. Games were played and they attended church later in the afternoon. Pauline Adamson Still 111— Pnuline Adamson, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adamson, is still seriously ill. Mrs. Mayme Wentz, registered nurse, is caring for her. Mr. Adamson who is railroad agent here has also been on the sick list. To Attend Morningsido— Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Slack and daughter Violet drove to Cherokee Sunday to spend the day visiting Howard French and daughter Jean were business callers at Windom Saturday afternoon. Mrs. John .Wood drove "to Minneapolis Tuesday to spend a week with her parents. Mrs. Jay Budlong and daughter Edith Mae were- at Algona last Wednesday. Mrs. Raymond Bonacker is hostess to the afternoon, bridge club this Thursday afternoon. A niece of Warren Stickel came Saturday from Fort Dodge to make her home with the Stickels. Harley Hansen and son, of Forest City, visited at the Gus Richter home Saturday. Mrs. George Fox, who has been in •a Mason City hospital for the past two weeks, returned home Tuesday. Mrs. Lois Winter and nephew, Francis poole, were Sunday callers at the W. J. Denton home. The C. G. Winters, of Mason City, spent Sunday at the Dick Harms and W. J. Denton homes. Bierstedt Haack's Mrs. Bierstedt just returned from two weeks with Wisconsin relatives Mrs. Ole Johannesen will entertain the local Aid next week Thursday. Frank Bailey and children, and Mrs. Kate Newel, of Fenton, spent Sunday at George Goetsch's. The Herman Meyers, Whlttemore, spent Friday at August Blerstedt's. Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen left ast Thursday for Minneapolis to attend the Minnesota state fair and to visit relatives. Teacher Buerkins spent last weekend visiting at Lakota. Inez Anderson, nurse, formerly of Seneca, is at the Goodow home near Brlceland, Minn., caring for Mr Goodow, who has been 111. Nels Wllberg,' Fenton, spent last week-end at the home of a Martin Wilberg. Mrs. Nels Wllberg is visiting her daughters, Mrs. EC Eisenschmidt and Mrs. Clarence An derson, in Dubuque: . Mr. and Mrs. E. Dye, of Mason City, and Ernie Worden, of Elmore and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Drinan were Sunday callers at Ralph Camp bell's. The Harry McChane and Ralp' Campbell families had a, wiene roast at the river Friday. Wayne Wilberg spent last wee with his grandfather, Nels Wilberg in Fenton, while his grandmothe For Service and DRA A special department to* handle your drapes! We restore tfceir original colors a ad beauty. PHONE 537 Modern Dry Cleaners We call for and deliver. visited in Dubuque. GERMAN REMEDY STOPS . 30-YEAR CONST1PATWH "For 30 years I had a tad O.mm. - ach and constipation. Soaring fin* from stomach choked toe. taking Adlerlka I am «. an. Constipation is a. Uiine «C past."—Alice Burns. • Most remedies reach only bowel. That is why yon most them often. But this <3ntp!e German remedy Adlerika wacOmc «*tr' BOTH upper and lower bowel. 1C; brings out all gas and rids yoo orft poison you would never believe waar. in your system. Even the Cist will surprise you.—B. W. Druggist. READ THE WANT-ADS. 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Mr. and Mrs. George Schick and son John, of Webster City, spent Sunday with Mrs. Schick's mother, Mrs. Amy Smith. The Oscar Hammonds were also there Sunday, and Mrs. John Miller and children Monday. c o m f o r t YOUR NEAREST DEALER IS BEADY TO <SEVE YOU A DEMONSTIflATMMi ALGONA MOTOR SALES S. H. Klawie, Prop. Aigon*.;to»j»/",'^ Renwick Auto Co. Renwlck.Iow* HERE'SWHYPONTIAC IS SO POPULAR . ed church at Britt Sunday and were 'dinner guests at the G: "w. Estrteaton home. Rev. Eg- Seston W*t on,e time pastor of the Burt Methodist church. . P. Hawcott is at Fairmont. ^k where he Is show. , this^w*k where The Jay Stevens family spent Sunday at the Charles Aman home. Mr. Stevens and Mrs. Aman are brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham and son, Charles Edward, were Sunday dinner guests at the A. L. Greenfield home. A number from Sexton and vicinity were depositors in the Kossuth County State bank which closed Monday. Ila Olsen, Edith Greenfield, and Leslie Huff spent Saturday evening at Titonka. Pearl Steven, teacher' at Rudd, spent the week-end with her parents, the Harvey Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Oryille HedrlBk visited Mrs. Hedrick's parents, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Otto Neuman, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz and daughter Helen, spent the week-end in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Strecker are parents of a boy born last week, Little James Loyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise, was sick last week. PAVING CREW WORKS DOUBLE MIXER NEAR FOREST CITY Three miles of ^paving on No. 15 near Forest City was completed last week, and the paving crew moved/to No. 9, where pther work is in progress. Two mixers 'are hitched in tandem in this paving crey., According to specifications the cement must be mixed a full minute before it is duropd into the rpa4 or into trucks. With a single mixer it takes 72 seconds fpr a load to 50 through the mi*er. 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