Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 29, 1931 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 29, 1931
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FORMER FENTON RESIDENT HURT IN CAR CRASH .Fenton, Oct. 27—J. F. Newel, Herman Dreyer, Chan. Nnw.el, of Fenton and Le Hoy Newel went to Iowa City Sunday to visit the R J, Newels, who were seriously Injured In an auto accident a week ago Sun- KOSSttTtt day when their car sldeswlped a I EATERS truck. E. .T. had his jaw fractured and was badly cut up. Mrs. Newel suffered a skull fracture. Both are in a serious condition. E. J. Is a former Fenton boy and has an Important position with the Standard Oil company, with headquarters Davenport. Aid at Golden Wedding— APyANGtt.- AtX&NA. IOWA Swea City Farmer Loses Arm In Corn Shredder Accident «» A ^te^yi ^^^^U^^^^^&K f* PAQB THItllt Swea City, Oct. 27—Friday Ed Anderson, who was shredding corn for Olat Pearson, cast of town, had the misfortune to have his left arm caught In the machine and the member BO badly injured that the arm had to he amputated Just below the elbow. Ho was taken to the Coleman hospital at Bsthervillo. He is resting easily now, and will recover soon if complications do not sot In. Mr. Anderson is a farmer living northeast of town. W. C. T. IT. Committees Vnmeti— The W. C. T. U. held Its regular at I monthly meeting at the ,T. J. Anderson home last week Tuesday. Committees named for the coming year follow: Program, Mrs. S. P. Eckholm, Mrs. B. L. Weaver, Mrs. Raymond Swanson; relief work, Mrs. Kesler; s. T. I. work, Mrs! Wm. McAnlnch; . . , Thompson, Mrs. Wm. poster, 'Mrs. McCrar-y; vice presidents from churches, Baptist, Mrs. W. O. Nelson; Lutheran, Mrs. C. O. Peterson; Methodist, Mrs. August Peterson. AValler Benson, Anna Clark, Wed— Walter B. Benson and Anna Clark Mr. and Mr-s. Charles Barnhardt living at High Lake celebrated their golden wedding anniversary last week Tuesday at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Besa.w, near Cyilnder. A large number of relatives and friends helped celebrate the occasion. Attending from Fenton were Mr. and Mrs. John Arbogast, Mr. and Mrs. w. H. Huskamp and son LeRoy, Mr. and Mrs. John Dempsey, Mrs. Rosle Legate, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Alderson and sons Raymond and Arnold, and Mr. | home of Mrs. Clark's sister-in-law, and Mrs. Ervln Huskamp. Mrs.!" Earnhardt Is a'sister of John Arbogast, Mrs. Huskamp and Mrs. Rosie Legate. More than 60 relatives and friends attended. Visit Patient in Hospital- Mr, and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weisbrod, and Mrs. George Boettcher and children Laura and Don, drove to Cedar Rapids last week Tuesday to visit Verona Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weisbrod's granddaughter, who Is MISSIONARY IN CHINA VISITS WESLEY HOME Wesley, Oct. 27— Miss Jennie Edlc- son, mrsslonary for 33 years at Kanus, In northwest China, came from Minneapolis last Thursday, and has been a guest of Mrs. Peter Skow. She spoke at the Congregational church here Sunday evening, and at Brltt and the Upper Flat earlier In the day. She returned Sunday evening to Minneapolis, where she is staying with friends. She plans a series of visits to churches which have been supporting her work; and SECRETARY DF LEDYARDCLUB PRIZE WINNER Tiedynrd, Oct. 27 — Mrs. Blanclie Jonks and Mr. and Mrs. Frank UediriMX'r attended a club demonstration tit Bancroft Saturday. Each lady signed a. Blip as she went in lei. ing how long she had . been ix member and how long u secretary If they hud held that office. Mrs. ,]enk» received a checkerboard ( .;ike pan net as a prize for having been n secretary the longest — Ho years. Mrs. Edward Blanohnrd. of Lone Rock, WHH the oldest member ent. pres to individual friends. to l»e Given by School— The high school pupils are work- Ing on a program to be given about the middle of November for the benefit of the athletic fund. The basketball gymnasium, Klelnpeter hall, zr™ ™™™*» ^^K^'=r^-^ s ^ otWalcr type—equipped with orlheast Motor—2 speed switch 4 blade fan—tubular radiator e 6% x6% x 2 Ji—chromium at deflectors. recovering operation. from an appendicitis Th e E. C. Weisbrods I West State Street, Alg-omi took Mrs. Boettcher and children to Iowa City, where Laura and Don will receive treatment at the .university hospital. The Weisbrods returned home Thursday night. Birthday Date Is Observed — Mrs. F. H. Elgler entertained a number of women in honor of her birthday last week Wednesday even- Ing, Bridge was played at two tables. Refreshments were served after the games. Guests were Mrs. R. C. Goetsch, Mrs. E. A. AVeisbrod, Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, Mrs. F. P. Newel, Mrs. C. G. Humphrey, Mrs. H. C. Llndsey, Mrs. C. H. Gcronsin, and Mrs. F. 'J. Weisbrod. Former Teacher Has Daughter — Announcement was received by friends here last week of the birth of a daughter, Marlen Georgia, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Smucker, of Panora, Mrs. Nellie Anderson. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. B. L. Weaver in the presence of a few relatives and intin^ate friends. Mrs. Nellie Anderson was matron of honor, and a brother of Mr. Benson was best man. The bride and groom, after a short trip, will be at home on the groom's farm east of town. Swea Cltynirs at Itiiffalo Center— Eastern Star members who visited the Buffalo Center Star meeting last Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis, Mesdames Hewitt, Haglund, .C. O. Peterson, Ed Peterson, and T. F. Johnson. There were visitors from Algona, Burt, Thompson, and Lakota. Mrs. Needem and her daughter, La Von Johnson, were initiated into the lodge. are being scheduled. Prospects arc bright for the coming season since only two boys on the basketball team graduated last year, and none of the members of the girls' team. There will be no school this week Friday, as teachers will be attending the county teachers' convention at Algona. Aid Women to Tic Quilt— The Methodist Aid will meet Entertain* 16 ft t, llridpe— Barbara Wylarn and Mildred Oranner entertained at four tables of bridge last Thursday evening. T resent were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett, Lawrence Plngle, Frank Moul ton, Elvin Carpenter, and the Misses Nclan, Stranahun, Randall and Jones, Bl'.l Welmer, and Harold Oranner. V. A. Barrett Won high ' ' ' K. K. Weaver Car Js Hiimed — E. E. Weaver, who lives south of Oerli-d, had an accident with his car Friday evening. He ran into the ditch, upsetting his car, which caught on fire and burned. Weaver escaped with minor juries. Mr. In- was operated on for in j pendlx at Esther-vine. the League room this week Wednesday afternoon, each one attending to take needle and thimble, since there is a quilt to be tied. Aside from this, the meeting is intended as a birthday surprise for Mrs. Nettie Turgeson, who will be 87 that day. Each member will take .a covered dish. IKGIN IIAMONDS Bride Honored at Party- Mrs. Anna Clark, whose wedding took place last week Thursday, was honored by women of the Methodist church last week Wednesday at a gathering at the church parlor attended by 40 women. After a social afternoon a delicious lunch was served. Mrs. Clark was presented with an upholstered chair by the Family Reunion Is Held— John Sanders and son Clyde entertained at their home Sunday the Otis Sanders, of Lone Rock; Will Calif., October 19. Mrs. Smucker j Sanders, Swea City, Arnold Sanders, Lu Verne; Doyal Sanders, Reinbeck; will be. remembered here as Alice Arends, former English and music teacher. County Meeting 1 riarrs Mnrte— The Weisbrod unit Auxiliary met last week Monday night at the Legion rooms with Mrs. F. C. Bailey and Mrs. .A. H. Krause • hostesses. Plans were made for the county meeting to be held at the Methodist church here November 3. Visits Accident Patient- Mrs. W. H. Huskamp and Virginia and Bertha Huskamp drove to Des Moines Saturday to visit Mrs. E. A. .Huskamp, who is at the Lutheran hospital recovering from injuries received in a car accident a few weeks ago. | IS only natural that d!s- |minating buyers have a oste for second-hand dia- >nds of a dubious past. 1 much more appealing is rtified VIRGIN DIAMOND, tt from the mines to you. [guaranteed quality, in jtinctive hand carved mount- r VIRGIN DIAMONDS may [secured from $23.OO to soo.oo from your m'zed Virgin Diamond Dealer WEHLER&CO, BS AND OPTOMETRISTS Phone 240 Mllford Mitchells Have Girl- Mr, and Mrs. Ben Mitchell were grandparents again when a ?' pound daughter was born to Mr. arid Mrs. Milford Mitchell, near Depew, Sunday morning. The Mitchells have two other children, both boys, Irs. Chris Wldrtel Ill- Mrs. Chris Widdel was seriously 'ill Friday evening. Myrtle Larson, a urse from Burt, was in charge till Saturday evening. She is now re- iover-ing. S. S. Convention Is Helil— The annual Kossuth county Sunday school convention will 'be held at the Methodist church: in Fenton his week Tuesday. lAMONDS Reg. U.S. P»t. OH, IRE EXPERT HERE eallch, Minneapolis, Minn., nstrate without charge his method in 10 ALGONA. HOTEL. m. to 4 p. m. Please _*"• Redllch says; Perfect Retention Shields" p rupture perfectly, np mat- 11 Position the body assumes neavy a weigh*; you lilt. ™» instant relief and contract in s in a remarkably sb,ort n PHclty. of their success Is In ad- An expertly the p peniw ort or detention from Practically everlasting °° lfortable and actually 'troubles, backache nearly always £,<;,„„. rupture, promptly <jiaap- recover b You to Teachers to Entcrtnln Pupils— The Methodist official board meets at the church this week Wednesday evening. Helen Franzen, Ida Young and Maurlne Hansen, teachers of three Sunday school classes of young children, will give a party for their pupils in the League room the same evening. It is expected that at least 30 children will attend. $20 Cleared at Aid Supper— The Aid supper in the Methodist church basement Saturday evening was well patronied, and, $26 was cleared. The group serving was composed of the Mesdames Fred Looft, Charles Krause, E. R. Swanson, Carl Franzen, and Gale Stockwell. Mwle McAiriteh Under Knifi-— Merle McAnltch became sick last week Monday, and Tuesday morning ruptured ap- He was in a critical condition for .several days, but is now slowly recovering. Albert Harm's Lsscs Brother— Albert Barrios learned Friday that his oldest brother, Levi, died that morning in a Boone hospital. Mi-, and Mrs. Barnes and Mr. and Mrs. Alt Troff left Saturday to attend the funeral. ' Play to lie Given Thursday— The band and orchestra members will present the play, Anne What's Her Name, this week Thursday evening. Teachers to Attend Institute— There is no school this week Friday for thi> teachers will all attend tho institute at Algona. day for a week-end Visit at the par- pritnl p. w. Reece home. Mr. nnrt Mrs. William Wenzell, ind Mis. .August Spnmk visited Mrs. Spranlc'si daughter at Esther- vllle Sunday. The Leon Wordens and Ed Campbells spent- Sunday at Clifton Engelby's helping Mrs; Engleby celebrate her birthday. .Mr. and Mrs. Snm Welfare and Mr. and Mrs. \vm. Welfare, from East Chain, spent Sunday at J. T. Welfare's. The llev. Air. Johnson's parents, of Kanawha, and a brother attended church here with them Sunday. The George Thompson family went to Charles .City Sunday to visit Mrs. Thompson'H brother. Mrs. Edward Recce fell last Friday morning and .sprained her ankle. She Is unable to leave her bod. Mrs. John Frandell was called to Wtiseca, Minn., Friday by the serious Illness of her sister. Mr. Mini Mrs. L. W. Welmer, son Kill, visited at Frank Welmer's at Lake OkoboJI Sunday. William Wenzell, local butcher- here was married at Fairmont last Thursday afternoon. Mr. n.nd Mrs. Harry Harvey, of ^Minneapolis, spent Sunday with Mrs. Blanche Jenks. Marion Moore, teacher at Me- flregor, visited Marjorie Str-anhan over the week-end. Hubert Ostermann, who is attend ing college at Fayette, was home over Sunday. Mr-, and Mr-s. William Watts, of Waseca, visited at J. H. Welfare's Sunday. Eva Maude Wenzell, o f Swea City spent the week-end with Mlldrec Vaughn. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Campbell spen hist week with their son Ralph a Seneca. Mrs. Edward entertained the sewing circle last week Tuesday evening. T RY this coffee experiment tomorrow. Open • of Hash's Toasted Coffee; note the rush of fragrance comes when you break the vacuum seal. Then of ordinary coffee. Note the lack of aromal ThediffenMcet The fragrance that you find in Hash's Toasted • •' '.- .'•.•'. .' i':- ' . there because it is vacuum sealed. The lack of ! , coffee packed in paper bags and ordinary tins is the flavor has flown away—escaped into air while on I grocer's shelf. Don't be deceived by prices! Ask grocer for Nash's Toasted Coffee—forever fresh and Mfc flavored! WOMAN IS BURNED, KNOCKED DOWN BY FURNACE EXPLOSION Other Ledyard News. Mrs. L. A. Nitz has asked Union Twp., Oct. 24 — Mrs. Ben riould had an unusual experience Monday when she was knocked down as she opened the door of the furnace in the farm home north of Algona. Besides the fall Mr-s. Gould's hair was singed and her face and hands burned till small blisters appeared. The, furnace, in which there was a smouldering fire, hud been filled with cobs, which smothered the fire and caused the explosion when the door was opened admitting fresh air. HAVE US ADDRESSOGRAPH your mailing list and save you the ex- James Sanders; Elmore; and the Will Johns and Bernice Kelly, of Swea City. There were 34 of the Sanders family, and four others.. Tteet Shipping Is Limited— The Swea City station has been limited to two cars daily by the American beet sugar company. The mill at Mason City is unable to handle the crop in unlimited quantities. So far 33 carloads have been shipped from here. The largest beet weighed 15M: pounds, and Ed Peterson produced the prize. Other Swea City. , Mrs. Richards and daughters Edna and Ruth, of Rushford, Minn., visited at the T. F. Johnson home over the week-end. The Richards formerly lived here, and Mr. Richards managed the farmer's elevator. He is manager of the farmer's ele- vntnr In Rushford at present. The Thursday club met last Legion to Entertain' County— The Legion boys will entertain the munty organiaztion this week Thursday evening. Delegations of members from both the Legion and the Auxiliary will attend the eighth district meeting at Britt this week Wednesday afternoon and evening. Other Fenton News. The Henry Schulte family drove to Gaylord, Minn., last Thursday and attended the funeral of Mr. Schulte's grandmother, Mrs. Wm Bierstedt. Other relatives who at;ended from Fenton were Mr. and Mrs. August Bierstedt, Mrs. Will Miller and son Lester, and daughters Loralne and Irene. Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod and children, Hazel and Maurice, and the former's mother, Mrs. Emma Curry, drove .to Bsthervllle Sunday hurry's grandchild, who is recovering from an appendicitis operation at the Colernan hos- __ Walter Warner and bab*y .daughter- Sally Ann, of Des Moines, came Friday evening to vis- It Mr. Warner's parents, the Sam Warners. Mr. Warner returned Sunday but Mrs. Warner and baby remained for a longer visit. Mrs. Grace Gibbons and daughter- Phyllis and Alice and Glen Kluss, of Gait, spent Sunday at the par- to visit Mrs. Sylvia Curry, pital. Mr. and Mrs, Thursday at the P. J. Helken home. Mrs. Vaux gave an interesting paper- on labor conditions 1n England, and Mrs. Hewitt on Russia. The club will meet Tuesday afternoon at the Henry Myre home to sew. Alice Hunt, who graduated from the Grant Center school last year, has recently entered the Louisiana state university. She will make her home with her nunt. Mrs. C. G. B.oyce, at Baton Rouge, La. The firemen held their annual linnquet Thursday evening of last ivpRic. and 35 were present. The Christiansen cafe served the banquet. The evening was spent playing cards. The Grant Center, Seneca, and Haifa schools are closed for- corn picking vacation. Theodora Hovey, who teaches In fire Haifa schools, is spending her vacation at home. Mrs. Bixley, who suffered a severe attack of gallstones. Is at the Birney hospital In Esther-villa, where she will have an operation in' the near future. Mr. and Mrs. James Kuchynka, Mrs. Frank Thomson, Burton and Marion Thomson, spent Sunday In Waterloo visiting relatives. The Rev. and Mrs, B. L. Weaver spent Monday and Tuesday in Brltt and Wednesday visiting relatives in Mason City. The Bert Thomas family left Sunday for Seattle, Wash. Mr. Thomas was barber in the Bowman shop. Mrs. C. G. Dourte, who has been ill, is recovering. ental Fred Kluss home. Florice, been staying with her returned home with who has grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Peter Hayenga entertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. y. W Lauritzen, of Whittemore, "Leonard Haase, of Donnellson, and Mr. and Mrs- Harry Haase and daughter Sliirley Mae and Bill Haase. Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod, Mrs. H. C. Lindsey, Margie Kleinheksel, and Lily Rasmussen were Algona vlsi- t0 Mrf H' E^ Relmers entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon. High score was won by Mrs. ™"« Minnie Stark, of Des it Thursday for a visit * th . Laage and, J. A. Scnwarw C. F- homes. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe Strausberry and of Jlo»,»*l- Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Mousel, Bancroft, visited her, parents, the Ben Studers, Sunday. Mrs. Albert Hoffer and her two children, also her sister, Hilda Goetz, Waterloo, visited from Friday until Monday at the Anton Goetz home. Mr. and Mr-s. Jos. Meurer and Lucian, of Whittemore, visited the elder Meurers' son J T., here last week Tuesday. Nathan Studer, who was suffering from inflammation of the eyelids, drove to Mason City a week ago to see Doctor O'Brian. He was accom-' panied by his son Ben and daughter- Emma. He will take a. series of treatments. Mr. and Mrs. Lester' Lease, of Wesley, and Mrs. Ed Studer, of Corwith, took their sister, Mrs. Mary Johnson, to Nachusa, 111,, last week Wednesday. The Leases returned Saturday night. .Johnette Looft will entertain her Sunday school class, the Willing Workers, this week Tuesday evening. Florence Hansen is teacher. Thir-teen-hour, devotions at St. Joseph church closed Sunday even- Ing. Monslgnor J. D. Fisch, Bancroft, delivered the final sermon. Methodist Aid here to be guests oC her Aid at Lakota next week Wednesday. The following day Mrs. F. O. Johnson entertained the local Aid at her home. Mr. Marquis, son Roy, daughters, Mrs. Bert Holly, of Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Joe Jenks, of Bancroft, visited relatives at Jackson, Minn., Sunday. Frank and L. W- Weimer attended a bank meeting at Algona last week Tuesday evening, and one at Fort Dodge the following evening. George Dunn returned^ from Desj Moines last week Wednesday, after i having his tonsils removed. Rue-1 ben Green went with him. Mrs. . Gladys Pugsley, 'of Des Moines, and two children came Fri- the pense and drudgery of Wesley tyolng. Our addresses cannot be told from typewriting. — Advance. 26tf DANCE Friday Night, October 80 COLISEUM, TITONKA Paramount Orchestra A real good band. Roller Skating Saturday Night. All skates 15c. B. W. SHEPAB1), Manager For Service GET YOUR DRY CLEANING RIGHT HERE AT HOME There is no need of sending your dry cleaning work out of town when you are sure of a good job right here at home. We call for and deliver your work promptly. We also guarantee you a satisfactory service. GET OUR PRICES ON SHOE REPAIRING Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 537 Joseph Hauptman [H.eld From Last Week.] Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchinson visited from Saturday to Sunday at New Providence, with Mrs. Hutchinson's mother, Mrs. Lawlerv They were accompanied by Mrs. Hutchln- son's sister, Mabel Lawler, teacher at Belmond, who came to Wesley ^Xanfpwyer is living with and assisting Isabel Kerrins at the telephone office, and she is also a senior in high school. Her parents are the S. B. Dwyers, who, recently moved from'Wesley to a farm near H M n rand Mrs. James Hodges took her mother, Mrs. Nett.ie Turgeson, to Titonka SaUu-day for her annual visit with the James Breens. who were neighbors in Wesley many vears aBQ- '" t Mr. and Mrs. James Hodges took Mrs MUda NUes last week Tuesday to Cherokee, where she will visit a son, son-in-law, and granddaughter, leaving lor Peorl* to spend Sr. returned last week Wednesday from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where he had undergone a minor operation. The Rev, and Mrs. C. H. Moore, now of Melvin, came after some of their goods and called upon a few friends last week Monday. George Johnson, of Denver, left for home Friday, following a few days' visit with his parents, the Jacob Johnsons. Mrs., Frank Kouba Jr., went Sunday to Cottonwood, Minn., to spend a week with her parents, the Mel- volds. The Harry Braleys went to Iowa City Friday for a visit with their son Alson, who attends the university. ' The Albert Johnsons, of Grantsburg, Wls., came last week Tuesday to visit among local relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hawk, Britt, parents of Mrs, Wilbur: Fisher, vls- ite,d their daughter Sunday. The Catholic Daughters will hold a card party at the hall this week Saturday afternoon. * Mrs. Albert Monson has been seriously sick with tonsilltis, but is Improving. James Flack has been seriously sick for several weeks. [Held From Last) Week.] New of f icers : of ' Andews Post American Legion are commander, -j. L. Studer; vice commander, G. W. Aldrich; adjutant, J, P, finance officer, L. L. Lease; sergt. at arms, John Hutchison; historian, Edward Monson. Mrs. McNulty, wife pf-the new Methodist minister, who was 111 a week with flu, was unable to be up Saturday. Mrs. McNutty was nofc able to attend the reception Jn honor of her husband and herself last Thursday night. A family dinner was'held at the I, W. Leases Sunday. Present were their daughter, Mrs. Mary Johnson, Battle Creek, Mich., the Ed and Wil•bur Studer and Will Walker families. Corvvlth; and the A. M. and L. L. Lease families, Wesley., Mrs- Jobneon, wbq has spent a anonth witli her parents; this week Mrs, CMtfenpe Special Selling! Smart! Fashionable! WINTER C Remember the Only Reduction is Price! Prices on this group of Coats are so low that comparisons are astonishing. They're lower than a year ago, and lower than prices prevailing elsewhere today. You'll want one of these dress Coats. They're silk lined, interlined, and trimmed with a variety of furs as—Marmink, Caracul, Beaverette and Lapin. Choose black,, brown, or green. Your winter coat will be smarter for l^ss if you buy it here! = ? A Sensational Purchase of Newest Silk Dresses Stunning BATON find COTTON Frocks $1-98 What a ptyle range from wbicb to rnake .selection, and every style Us so nicely m*4e an4 so attractive on tfcajt §11 vfcq see tbeuj wi,U want one of these Tw*$4y °? 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