Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1932 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 14, 1932
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K088UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA >,, W'W.VgtfVm ' " ' V«- - r l«*f*fH5$E jJiL'iaiyi ',«*« on of«c*, came home Saturday, after ten days at Mason city. Sir, and Mrs. L. T. Mitchell, Bm- hietsburg, and the elder Mrs. Shum,. way, of Sutherland, with her daughter Margaret, spent Monday at O •C. Shumway's. The elder Mrs. Shumway is O. D.'S mother, and Mrs. 'Mitchell and Margaret are his sisters, while Mr. Mitchell Is a son of -Mr; and Mrs. D. J. Mitchell. Fort Melvln SJoetrand, Augustana sem- Mr, and Inary senior at Rock Island, conducted services at the First Lu- ttintheri, lildora, and heran church Sunday. Ho Is a can• " Rev, P. 'date for the pastorate. Some time go a student who held services hero t Christmas time wn e elected to he pastorate of the Algona and Bancroft churches, but he later reigned. The G. 13, Turners will move May to the W. F. Walker tenant house n east Kennedy, now occupied by ' L. Button. Mrs. county welfare vorker. The Turners have been llv- ng on west Nebraska with Mrs. Turner's parents, Mr. and .Mrs. G. B. Malone. Mr, Turner Is employed at Steele's store. ; Mrs. F. B. Seeley, her sister, Kate 3klnner, and Irene Swenson, of Lu Verne, drove to Montezuma Sunday, and there met Mrs. E. J. Skinner, who had been brought that far from Springfield, 111., by her son 1 Fred, with whom she had spent a ,-fc-w rnoriths. Mre. Skinner Is at'present with the Seeleys, but she will rfrio'ii reopen her home on south Miiflne- aota. ' Mrs. I* E. Potter will break up housekeeping May 1, and thereafter will make her home wlthJjier.rjdhy,- dren. She will first go , rimmetiburg, and *rid«t with *w,,W. Sullivan. . 0. Bcanlan epent Lake, and the.doc- chiropractors' meet,„,«, Falkenlmlner, traveling for Silk hose company out of ^ty 8 ' spent -the week-end Milton Doidges, Mason City, «mfey with the Milton Fo*es. Fox is employed at the Goed- °«r rt Goddens attended the , „'{ Mr Godden'B aunt, Mv«SI OI / '- -el.tkoxvlllo. !lt Rl ,„„ here Sunday! and, her took,her a« far'** M* 80 " the return trip; ^ « B. Billings, Eagle Grove Lion Eugene-spent' Monday m*y - wlth the former " Tuescuu- ^ u ,Go«Un. , rspent SUn- w ,h,her parent* Mr. and.Mrs uUhorn, -near Swea City Hartihori .Jiwrbara "'vli>ltea,afewr and Mrs. days 'at p. J. Braner'a Lu 'the and Algona friends la«t week m. w H. Horan, wHo had- been * roe Wo weeks with- a gall ,, attack, has recovered and ii , at the Horan electrical «hop p Fisher, Tltonka'u well T known implement dealer who Is a .Mate for the republican nomln [tor sheriff, was an Algona yto (Monday. I and Mrs. J. M. --. L spent Sunday wljth the Dr. h'\dams family. Mr. Andrew, ' m of Mrs. Adams, te manager , A. & P. store. p Barker, Des Moines, 4n the iy of the Aetna Life insurance any, spent Monday night with [family, en route to Forest City, he looked after company bue- METHODIST, C. V, Hnlse, Pastor —An Armenian, James Dyer, for ten years a B lave to the Turks, having been sold at the age of seven years for $5, will speak next Sunday evening on Armenia an:l Her Christian Martyrs. Mr. Dyer was rescued by missionaries and found I to be the son of naturalized Amer-' cans. He Is now working his way through school and presents his program for a free-will offering. He VTr. and. Mrs. A. Sutto'n has been FORMER WESLEYANS IN VISIT TO OLD HOME Wesley, Apr. 12 —Mrs. Severln, formerly Beryl Franks, with her husband called at the Standard Oil station Sunday. They were on their way home from Florida to Philip, S. D. Mrs. Severln, then Beryl Franks, was known and admired here sofrie 30 years ago, when she made her home with Mrs. Eliza Bolsinger, one of the proprietors of the Sherman house, which was later destroyed by fire". She wae a niece of j Mrs. Bolslnger's husband, then de- will display native costumes of Per-,- - „-„ „-— — —- eians, Egyptians, Armenians, Turks, ceased. At about the same time -Mr. and Georgians, and will demonstrate ~ ' - - - - .-..-wedding ceremonies. His address will relate to his experiences slave The W. F. M. S. as a meets Ruby Andrew, of s Tuesday. | rs , \V. S. Thornton and her ihter Mildred, who have been Ing the former's sister-in-law, C. C. Wright, ten days, re- I to their home at Wihnebago, L Friday. ' ; . ' • ie G. D. Brundages spent Sun- I at Mason City. Mr.Brundage I charge of a 'Nichols & 'Green department in the Christensen j, and Nichols & Green have a [store at Mason City, and Mrs. Raymond Oliver, i A, J. Hertlg, and the latter's fehter Janet spent Sunday at Ma- City. The Olivers, were guests lilrs. Oliver's mother, and the [tigs visited another daughter, quarterly meeting of the '~lM- in Fraternal Insurance associa- iwas held at the William Dau's jiday evening, and Arthur Hel- iflth, district agent, Whlttemore, ke, After the program there were suffered a gaeh • the left eye and also Buffered Tuesday morning;, when he [into a car while he'was '.roller- Ming. The'car wasdriven by a |or from Jeffereon.i^-No; stitches necessary tci/close the .wound, i; H. E.; Sorstedt :returhed.T last Irsday from Des. 'Mpines, where lhad spent two days: with' her Mrs. City to visit her daughter, Mrs. Alta Stiles, The house on south ,Minns* eota has been rented* to Plathe, who owns the store next door north. Mrs_. Potter has been in poor .health,,,afid,, 4 ,la«t week was seriously sick. ^J'/PJ */£$,'; The James Burns family^ 'which for the last five years had lived in a tenant house on south Colby owned by a-Mrs. Harsch, of Swea .5 moved yesterday; into the-.;Mi*, 5,. ^ Dewel tenant house on south' Ridgeley, recently vacated by the-Kossutb hospital nursee. Mr. Burns Is employed at the Elbert garftge, £'&nd Vtrs. Burns is a daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wright. The Wrights iave been anxious to get the grandchildren nearer the Wright ^horne.,;.. Betty Panke, Corwith, three .years' old, was operated on Tuesday' at'the General hospital for tonsilectomy and adenoids. Mrs. Charles Redem- ekl, was operated on yesterday ' for gall trouble, and Mildred Richardson, 11, daughter of R. G. Richardson, underwent an operation Saturday at the Kossuth hospital for bone infection in the femur. William Broadwell, Livermore, Buffered a compound fracture of the arm Saturday, and. was brought to the Kossuth hospital, where it was set. : Algonlans who attended a Methodist Epworth League Rally'at West Bend Friday night were: the. Rev. this afternoon at Mrs. „„„, Thorpe's. The Young Married People s Sunday school class will have a. good-fellowship gathering at the church tomorrow evening. BAPTIST, Arthur S. Ifucser, 1'ns- tor—The paetor will preach a series of four nature sermons at Sunday evening services beginning next Sunday. Every sermon will be based on the God's Word; titles: Message of the Birds; Message of the Trees; Message of the Flowers; Message of the Worms. .There will be nature cartoons for boy e and girls. The hour for evening services Is now 8 o'clock. Morning worship, 11; Sunday school, 10; B. Y. P U 7 P. m. .-'•''. *' PRESBYTERIAN, J. 1. Coleman, Pastor—The houre of study and .{worship afford you an opportunity 'to join with others In public worship. Morning hours, 10-12. EvenIng: C. E., 6:30; worship, 7:30, this ( hpur largely musical In song and -melody unto the Lord, Severln clerked here . for Frank Heal, druggist, who removed to Texas, and died some years after. The Severlns have two married daughters, and a son who Was carrying on their business during their annual absence In Florida. At home they run an oil station, and ' also have cabins to rent, old acquaintance In FIRST LUTHERAN, E. Oscar .Johnson, Supply Pastor—Next Sun- 'Uy.; Sunday school, 10; evening service, 7:30. The Rev. M. W. Gustafson, Des Moines, /will;-preside at a congregational meeting tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock to call a pastor. ST. THOMAS, Louis Bennlnghoff M. Th., Rector — Next Sunday They found an James Hodges, present manager of the Standard station. He' formerly lived with his parents in Wesley, but was gone many years. The Severlns did not stop to call on other friends. ROBERT HAMILTON IS BURIED AT ESTHEfiVILLE Lakota, Apr. 12 — Robert Hamilton, who died last week, was born at St. Tohnston Ireland, September 16, 1859. He came to the U. S. when he was 19, stayed with a sister In Washington, D. C,, for a year, coming west in 1879. Soon after his arrival he began working for George Wells, Who then owned thousands of acres of land and many cattle in northern Iowa. He worked 'for Mr. Wells for 32 years, and has since made his home in Lakota. He was married to Maude Youngman, of Esther ville, December 5, 1915, and besides her .is survived by one .son Robert Jr., 15. Mr. Hamilton; was a member 'of the I local '..Presbyterian church and was a Mason for more than 50 years, having taken the 32nd degrpe. r He '.-. is also sufviyeds-bj^: a sister and : a 'brother in' Philadelphia Mr. Hamilton visited this brother and sister last fall. Another sister living In Washington, died the same church school, 10 a., m.; evensong ...... „ ..... „ ...... „ ..... ____ _________ and sermon, 7:30 p. m. Parish meet- I week Mr. Hamilton was taken sick ing at home of Mrs. Chester . W-il- ' Hams, tomorrow evening at 8. TRINITY, P. ,1. Braner, Pastor- Next Sunday: Sunday school, 10 a. m.; German service, 10:30; S. S. T. meets tomorrow evening at parsonage. C.-.V. Hutee, Dr. daughter Margaret, AV. H. • Lease, Ella Mae John- tables of: BOO. kmes Tlbbltts ler, Mre.> C. Otis- 'Parker.. btedt's parents, Mr, ; and flam Walters, have been with the (era during the last few months. , and Mrs. Walter Fraser / and |.-M. P. Weaver-returned Mon- from Ames, where they had pt the week-end. The .Frasers I their son Walter at the State ge, and 'Mrs. Weaver - was a of her daughter; Mrs. Ralph el. ,' /';'. ',.;. ''-.' " ' ;£;-.'.-' |i«. A. G. Obrecht, Spencer, went ""lover Sunday, after a few days her daughter, .Mrs.;? G. D, way, Mr. Obrecht was killed | week 'Monday night, when a ' i hit his automobile, and. burial I'made at Spencer last week son, Valeria Pickett, Ha Mae Le£- fert, Helen and Gertrude i Morrow, Esther Taylor, Jane Hemphill, ,Ir,ma Dee Phillips, Ruth Malueg, Esther- Pratt; Robert Richardson, Max Miller, Bernlce Dearchs, Ida Halpin, Adris Anderson, and E. N. Taylor. The .principal speaker was . Doctor O'Brlan, Mornlngside college president. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wright, received word last Thursday from't'Dave'n- •port that their son Robert and Ms wife had become parents of a. daughter, the first child. Robert;;,has worked for a Davenport drug company since he was Bradua-te$ w fjom_ the state university pharmacy school in 1929. He wae married a year and a half ago, and,,..M.r8. ; Wright's maiden name was*.;Ild;I3n0;' Her .home was at Indianola, The C. 'Wrights now. have three grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. James Burns, Algona, have two children. The H, L. McCorkles. who have been living in the Henry Becker enant house on north Phillips, are novlng ,thls week-end to the Mrs. Silver Moe tenant house on east Oak street, next east of E. J. Murtagh's.' This house, formerly occupied by the Max Meslngs, belonged •live with the McCorkles. Inez is employed at the James drug store, and Hazel is an. Iowa State bank employe. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hutchison, their daughter, Mrs. Dorweiler, of West Bend, and R. J.'s brothers, Archie and Charles Hutchison, left Tuesday in the Dorweiler car for Denver to visit a brother, Christopher, and a sister of the three Hutchison brothers here. Christopher is critically sick at his sister's home. Archie Hutchison visited at •Denver two years ago, but R. J. and Charles have not seen their brother there In 36 years. Christopher, who is Interested in a copper and gold mine in Montana, Is a bachelor. He went to Denver several months ago, •when his health began to fail just as hie mine began to develop rich '•leads which may make It worth millions. He is afflicted with stom-: ach trouble, and cancer is feared. Mr. Hamilton was buried at Esther ville with Masonic honors. Bridge Being Erected. Lone Rock, Apr. 12 — -A new stee bridge is being put in one-half mil north of town. H. M. Olson and his 'sister *1 spent Sunday with their flier at Hampton. Mabe\ la em- at the local state" highway mtenance office. Their brother |t»r Olson, engaged in' Amee ex- Tpn work at Muscatine. was i. Tuesday, . V ' ar Finnell, freshman at the college,- Ames, hitch-hiked Friday, and spent the week« his f ather j M ^n^g. He ? J' mes wlth two <pe and thence to 'Belmond ^another person,. -M Belmpnd 0- Person coming to )a E. Jphnson, Mrs, JW,-Mrs. Laura Sanders, ™ ' City, mother of Mrs. »! ul ' saay ' Mre the local bank Flora em recejver'9 to Mr. Murtagh, but Moe. State Candidate Here. C. E. Kringel,. Atlantic, one of a.' Half dozen' or more candidates' for the Republican nomination for state auditor, was here last week-Wednesday. For ten years-he '•was' Case county auditor, and he served four years as examiner under the state auditor. Since the present auditor, J. W. Long, aleo a candidate, got Into trouble over alleged padding of hotel and travel bills, rivals for his job have become numerous. BONDS —for— SAFETY Proctor & Gamble Co. 4Vi% Debentures. "Manufactures 40% of 'all soap made in the U. S., such as "Ivory" and "P & G." "Crlsco" is one of Its by-products. Value of properties 20 times the amount of all bonds. •...- Last year's.profits largest in company's history, or 55 times interest requirements. "Working capital over seven times bonded indebtedness. ." An exceptionally secure • .,;.. • V.' 'Investment. ;_ , _,,. ,, : '•'..',: DeUlld on Request. i M'DOHALD&CO, • •• .' BONDS I IB. State Bk. Bids. Algona . , . bought it and hae had it remodeled. 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