Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1932 · Page 5
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ROSSttffl CQfrfrTt AfrVAKCft ALftOKA, tQWA Lone Rock Trio in Two on Same Day Lone Rock, Apr. 28 — Mr. and Mrs, Robert Dranstoldt and Mrs. t,. R. Roderick Were In two accidents one day last week while near Mason City, where they went to get the latter's sisters, Georgette and Roberta Davlson. On the way home a mile from Mason City a cm- coming from the west crashed Into them. The occupants of both cars were not Injured. They called a gar.ige at Mason City to take them back to town, and on the return trip a second automobile, filled with intoxicated occupants, ran Into the garage car, smashing it. They went to the home, of the'ladles' brother, Willis Davlson, and Mr«. L. R. Roderick and Georgetta Davlson stayed there while Willis and Robert Davlson •bought Mr. and Mrs. Robert Drans- felt and Roberta Davlson home. CONGREGATION SEES WEDDING AT SWEA CITY e rd.ngandprayer-.The •£» Rev- Mr. anyder. ment Grand March Le- i Bowl* 1 * 1 Play CHren at P. T. A. Meet— .The last P. T. A. meeting of this year was held In the school auditor-, lum last week Thursday. Officers ^ lste r. of /reetected were: the. Rev. Mr. Gladstone, president; J. M. Blanchard, vice president; Evelyn iBehrmann, secretary, and treasurer. The cast of characters for-the play, Rasp- J, T. Sny- Glee club, Dentation of Dlplomas-Pres, Spangled Banner. e Rev. Mr. Sny- Swea City, Apr. 26—A wedding of •the local Lutheran church laet Thursday evening, when Irejne, daughter of Mr. and Mra. John Anderson, of Anderson Oaks, was married to Samuel, son of Gustaf Larson, north of town, the Rev. Mr. i u nwm in «... Swanson officiating. The Lutheran j Bnwmm H " 8 congregation was Invited to attend the ceremony, and 200 relatives and friends were guests ait a wedding supper In the Luther League rooms after the ceremony. Bertha Larson, bridegroom, and Carol Laudtne, Sherburn, Minn., cousin of the bride, a'ttended the bride at the wedding, and Rudolph, brother of the bridegroom, a'nd Wallace Reynolds, cousin of the bride, attended UNION M,-0, CLUB ELECTS OFFICEBS Union Twp., Apr. 28 — Officers elected by the Mothers & Daughters club last Thursday are: president, Mrs. Helen Vogel; first vice president, Mre. Maude Nelson; second vice president, Mrs. Amelia Engstrom; third vice president, Mrs. Mary Df Graw; secretary, Mrs. Bertha Sarchett; assistant, Mrs, Julia Taylor; treasurer, Mts. Vesta Sarchett; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Minnie Sarchett. The club year opens September 1. The program was: club'sohg; piano, Mrs. Mary Ward; Famous Mothers,'Mrs. Clara Thompson; piano, • Frances Wlnkel. The hostesses, Mesdames Amelia Engstrom and Maine Wln- kel, served a tray lunch. creasing patronage at every return. Others besides Mr. Thompson having'.logs,-sawed Intoilumberithls/year include tethan Light, Frank Rleb- hoff, John : Mahoney, Austin Gtard- ne, A. Bi Schenck, and Alfred Jer- gensoti. Mr. Blaln's assistant, Is Jos/ 1 * Fraser. Mothers' Day Tea Dated— . An annual Mothers' day tea spon- sored'by the Mothers & Daughters club will be held May 5 at Mrs. Angle Stoutenberg's, her daughter, Mrs. Lillian Jones, assisting. Every member may take a mother as guest. The committee In charge Is Mesdames Lulu Elston, Luella Schenck, and Ethel Smith. I Other Union. Maud Schenck,(Minneapolis grade teacher, and her mother,- Mrs. Sadie Schenck, spent Saturday and Sunday at Algona. Miss Schenck plans to attend both sessions of summer school at the Minnesota state university. , Mrs. W. A. Sperry, .Fayettet Mrs. Manufacturer's Final Clearance Sale of FUR -J. «£ W. T. Ohm and Mrs. H •Jnk were hostesses to the Wom- at the Ohm home last week „ afternoon. All members present and responded-*o roll giving My Husband's Most attng Defect, or a humorous Each member then gave a to exceed three minutes. listed fot ' rtiort -.talk*, "and musical readings. The closed with a group of, se- oems by Mrs. J. T. Snyder. Irfection of officers took place with ISSS.ow.ng results: president; IsL o H. Graham; vice president, •••-•— Newel; secretary, Mrs. IS J. Frank; treasurer,; Mrs. :J. '."A. leihwartz. Refreshments, followed |'jij]ournment, •. : : : - •" ... \mtoj Party W Daughter- Mr, and Mrs. F. H. Bonn entertained a group of relatives at dinner I'Bimtoy in honor of the 10th .blrth- anniversay of their daughter I'Mary Ann. Present; wereMr. and Nick Goeders and ; son Leo, 1 of Itoistrpns, Mr. and Mrs. ;Tony I'Goeders and children, Mr. .and Mrs. llheo Goeders, of Algona, ,the iPeter • family, and Susan Goeders, of [iffhlttemore, and Mr. and,Mrs. Herr»an Bohn. : , Ijewhers Sign New Contracts— I'; Teachers who h'ave, signed con- Ftracts to return are Supt. '. M. B. •Otterness, E. D. White, Margie IKIelnheksel, Lily Rasmussen, .'.Net- rile Weisbrod and Mathllda^Kressin. l-llabe) Brandt- and Martha" Gilbert return. Esther Smith, of |*8weaCity, has been elected =to suc- I «ed Miss Brandt In home econom- I ka, and Verlina Joerger, of Carpen- rter, to succeed Miss Gilbert in musjc I and Englleh. berry Red, given at the meeting, follows: Jared (Red) Sims, Lawrence Rath; Mother Sims, Beryl Sanders; Father Sims, Sam Orvlck; 'lone Sims, Kathryn Stebrltz; Letty Sims, Shirley Marlow; Jack Adams, Raymond Nelson; Bobble Adams, Bernard, Rellly; Carol Clark, Grace Newbrough; Mrs. Clark, Viola Blerle; Rev. Dunn, Russell Blerle; Mrs, •Dunn, Lucille Nelson; Mre. 'Black, .Pearl Welner; Mr. Black, LeRoy Nelson; Mrs. Jones, Helen 1/ewls; Hulda, maid, Myrtle Orvlck; Philip Brlgga, Robert Gladstone. A large crowd attended. Lone Rock Loses In' Tourney- Lone Rock was defeated by Burt 10-2 In a county baseball tourna- Good Trade- James Blaln, Sexton, moved his portable sawmill from F. S. Thomp-1 M. K. Sperry, Renwick, and the son's woods Saturday. -Mr.. .Blaln, \ labter's son Willis spent last week who has had his sawmill In this lo- Wednesday at A. B. Schenck's. Fay,- cation for several years, 'finds in- ette Is Mrs. 'Schenck's old home. ment held at Burt and Titonka Saturday. The second game was also won by -Burl 3-2 from Swea City The Curt and Fenton game scheduled at 3 p. m. was postponed until Tuesday because-of rain. f , Surprise Birthday Party Given— A surprise birthday party for Mrs. Lillian Worthlngton was given at her home last week Thursday. Those attending were her sister Mre. Charles Fisher, of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Ervln Heidenwlth, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fisher and her mother, Mrs. Swain. Leave on Two Months Trip— Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sprank drove to Hastings, Neb., last week Wednesday to >visit her uncle. From there they will go to New Mexico to visit Mr. Sprank'e brother. They will then go to California. They expect to be gone two months. Head Gashed In Fall— Maynard Genrich received a gash In his head when 'he was thrown from a-horse at the P. M. Chrlsten- son farm Sunday. He was-taken to Doctor Devine at Bancroft, who pu' in three clamps. the bridegroom. Preceding the ceremony Mrs. Roy Anderson sang I Love You Truly. The bride's father! gave her away. Lloyd Anderson played -the wedding march. The double ring ceremony was used. Following the ceremony Mesdamee Harry Berggren and Arthur Holcontb sa|ng a duet. Toasts were given at the banquet, by the bride's mother, the bridegroom's father, Cecil .Peterson, and Mrs. Nets Martinson. An oc- tette from the Lutheran choir sang Perfect Day at the close of the program. The date was the bride's parents'. 43rd wedding anniversary. Among persons ^n attendance from a distance were "Charles Larson, of Minnesota; J. H. Holcomb, 'Lakota; George Sutherland, Fairmont; A. Johnson, Mankato; the Laudines, of Sherburn, Minn.; and others' from Mason City. Aux' Units In Doll Contest— The Fidac county executive board of.the Lesion Auxiliary met at Mrs. Sadie Denton's, T/ltonka" a few days ago, and Mrs. Dejnton served a Por- uguese luncheon. Fay Heathershaw, president of the local unit, and Mrs. Henry Myre attended from Swea City. Each unit in the county s to dress a doll to represent one of the Allied nations, Great Britain naving beejn chosen by Swea City The dolls will be judged at a state convention at Cedar Rapids in August, and the winning dolls will be sent to Paris. Bust of Washington Is Presented at Lu Verne Lu Verne, April 26—The bicentennial of the birth of Washington was celebrated at Lu Verne with a .program at the school gymnasium, during which a bust of Washington was presented to the school. The bust was purchased by.the Tuesday, J. J. and Progressive Woman's clubs in cooperation, and the presentation talk was given toy Mrs. Gwen Baddeley. The program was .opened with America, followed by a reading by Mrs. Emma Chapmaii. A mixed chorus sang songs of Washington's 1st blind since he was six weeks old, will furnteh music at the Methodist church next Sunday morning and will give a piano-forte reclta; at 8 p. m. Gardner Son Has Operaton— Mr. and Mrs. Barney Gardner have received word from friends at Greencastle, Mo., that their son •David had a mastoiditls operation at a Kirksville, Mo., hospital Friday morning. • period, and Mrs. Alsena Marty read a paper on the home-making of George and Martha Washington. A solo, Heroes, was sung by Audrey Holmes, and was followed by a min- net by pupils in the fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grades. Talks followed, with Mayor George *<ciede comparing conditions 6f Washington's day with the present, Editor H. "B. Coleman speaking on.,"Washington, 'the'' Man," and . .tHe ",Re\v Wm. Baddeley on "Washington, the Christian." The third and fourth corn- Mrs. .Georgia Chapman, Mra. Gertrude Hefty and Mrs. Sara Hefty sang. The presentation and unveiling of the Washington bust followed, and Other Lu Verne Mesdames A. J. Easbn and Archie Sanford were hostesses to a group at the Eason home last week Tuesday evening. 'Bridge was played at four tables and Mrs. Dick Wermer- son won high score. Mrs. Ray Stone won the travel prize. Mrs. Adams and Mrs. P. V. Janse, of Algona, were oiut-of-town guests. Bernlce Scrlbhe'rl,and" Arbiter'Rog- ers, who are taking nurses' training at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, spent last week at home. They had both had their tonsils removed and were home recuperating. Mesdames Jos. Christenson, Earl Neal, and Grover Rentz, with the Supt. Kate Skinner, gave the accept-'| Rev. and Mrs. William Baddeley, at- grades sang, and a quartet, posed of Mrs. Fayne Lichty, Coats, Scarf s, Jacquettes 2 Days Only—Wednesday and Thursday, May 4—5 An unusual offering of $25,000 worth of high grade Furs, direct from the showrooms of The Montreal Fur Trading Company, the choicest and most select line of high grade Fur Garments ever offered in this community at the very lowest rock-bottom SEASON-END PRICES An abnormal condition in the fur industry has made possible this unusual opportunity to procure these beautiful furs at prices phenomenal in their saving . . . the lowest within memory, on quality furs . . . prices that may stand as a record in years to come. Come See and you'll buy! Credit arrangement if desired. Expert Furrier in charge of this sale. S We accept your, own .furs for S storage and remodeling at as half the usual rates. Esti== mates cheerfully rendered. Free! Free! ... i ' ' Your choice of one of these 3 Additional Features NO. 1. A gorgeous new Lapin fur jacket or beautiful Fox scarf free with fur coat • purchase of $100 or over. NO. 2. We will repair your old fur coat or furs FREE OF CHARGE with fur coat purchase of $100 or. over. ' * . ~" " -i NO. 3. You can trade in your old fur coat or furs on any fur coat purchase of $100 or •"• : over. . '--:""•-'''" v •> . . ,.'•-' '•'-'• •" '•';" -\v. One year's storage and service on any garment purchased at this, sale, FREE. H V Glanss Ig MarrW— Vivian Olauss, daughter of Mr. Dorls Sanders 10; Party- Doris Sanders, who was 10 years old, gave a birthday party Friday afternoon. 'Her classmates of the fifth and sixth grades and' her •teacher, Mlas Behrmann, were guests. Hear Finals In State Declam— Supt." and Mrs. R. L. Rossman, of Seneca, and Supt. and Mrs. L. E. I wid Mra. Charles Glauss, and Don- I bvan Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. I Roy J. Brown, of Esthervllle, were 1 married a week ago Sunday after- Noon in the Little Stone church at Blow Falls. The bride Is a graduate of the Penton high school. The (room finished his course In the atherville schools, Mr, and Mra. Brown will make their home at Ea- •ttwvffle. llfthfay Party Is Gin Mr. and Mrs. Robert,Voettler,en- tertained at family dinner ;8«nday I In; honor, of Mrs. ~Voet$ler£ > jJtrth- L<»y. Those present v w«re"'Mr."' and I Mrs, R, D. Wehrspann and daughter I Elvira, Jira. Kate Hantelmann and BhMren, Mr. and Mr* Ernest Voett- 1 1« and four sons, Mr, and MM. G«o. Kerns and daughter Shirley, 'Mr, M Mrs. Henry Miller and daughter, Caroline Fink, and Adolph and Alfred •Wehrspann. Former Teacher He**— - fanley Munch, attending blither Godfrey attended the finals of a state declamatory contest at Es- Iherville Friday evening. Girt In Kossuth Spelling B**— ' Shirley Marlow will represent Lone Rock in a county spelling contest at the courthouse in Algona Saturday. Senior CUsi Play May «— The senior class play, All On Account of ipolly, will be given Friday, May 6. • . ' Other Lone-Bock. , Mps.i!.F|seav>MQhjr ; .and .daughters, Mrs.- Lockwood-Glllett and Vjola Mohr, of Waterloo,, came Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. 'F. E. Macum- toer Mre. Mohr is a sister of Mrs Macumber. . They returned home Sunday* Vera Morris, college student at Ames, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and MTS. Charles Morris, Mrs. Charles Morris and Vera and Mrs. P. M. Chrlstenson were Al- ?°'!«Ke and playing oiv th« college w«»»ll teamr recently played M jMUantl, Mich., where he met H. S, **"'«•• former superintendent! ot «>« Fenton school, wlw tafnow; hi* •tractor in science at t»m »t*te nor- Tpsllanti. y married a former Feirtpju teacher, »««-B«rt G»n« T«et*ay« went half of the cpuijty base, tournament ww held *t *^', ^"ton def«it«d 10-1 In the first game, next gona callers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Berrvice Roderick and children, of Mason City, came Saturday to spend the wwk-epAat U B, Koderlck's and J. -L. Roaer- ick'a Albert petering, Bur]t The final game between IPen- Hurt was called,, -off beca,uM on her birthday, aftwwott by ? arriving spend the x aftern(0pn at Marathon Friday Blanchard went to Cedar •Falls Friday to see a baseball game Keen Iowa City and Cedar Falls Jii nlor Ball Team Planned— Swea City Is to have a junior ball team again. Last year the boys, managed by Vivian Kinney, coached by Jeff Hanifan, ajnd sponsored . by Fisher post, reached the tournament finals, where they were defeated by Madrid. This year they are again to be sponsored by the post but will be managed by A. J. Christiansen. There is much equipment left from last season. Boys up to 17 are eligible. Tryouts will start soon. A. II. Olson Son Is Dead- Mr, and Mrs. A. H. Olson recently received word that their son Henry, Laramie, Wyo., was sick with appendicitis, and Mrs. Olson, with her daughter, Mrs. G. O. Anderson, Ar- jnold Anderson, and Harold Chris- :ianson left for Laramie at once, but Henry had died before they got there, A widow and a step-daugh- :er survive. Mr. Olson formerly lived here. Popcorn Stand on Job Again— Mrs. Forrest ; Hanlfan set up her popcorn stand on the vacant: lot, between Pearsojn's hardware and the Nelson barber shop last week Wednesday and opened it for business that evening. She has the little building painted, and it presents an attractive appearance, Senior Plays Please Audience— .The seniors.gave three one-act .plays before a crowded house'Fri- flay evening,..and ithe-general .opin-, Ion ; : was that, the''' 'innovation •/. of three plays Instead of the usual one was a good idea. Each member of the graduating class had a part In at least one play. ouslns Have Same Operations- Cecil Plcht was operated on for ppendicltls last week Tuesday at a Balncroft hospital. The same day itr. and Mrs. Howard Picht took lelr daughter Florence home from he same hospital,- where she had ndergone the same operation. tatlon Agent low* Slater— T, H. Mitchell, depot agent here, eoeiyed a message last week Tuesday that his sister, Mrs. M. H. O4- dn, .Houston, Tex., had died, She was known 1 here; having visited the kl'itchells many times. Methodist teams. Jensen who has been vis- at itlng his mother in the hospital Jowa City, returned home last week vWted at the Emll Craft home Frl- day. boys a*. candldate. campaigned in North *sa»r£«^». red Krueger home last wee* last weelC. flv^l,. ^.. , ,„_ 8M9 MethO' hooked rug, and antique exhibition in ; the The first division of the dist Aid will hold a quilt. .ance talk, "The Real Washington." The closing song was "America the Beautiful" and was followed by the salute to the flag. Club Women Entertain Husbands— Husbands of members of the Progressive Woman's club were honored at a 7 o'clock dinner and a' theater party at Humboldt last; Thursday night. The dinner was served to ten couples- at the private dining room at the Hum'ota Coffee \ Shoppe at a long table decorated j with bouquets of sweet peas. Mi-e. Aaron Steussy was toastmaster and the Rev. Wm. Badcleiey responded to her welcome to the men. , Mrs. Harold Phillips gave a toast, Movie Gossip, and Mrs. Grant Jennings, Coming Attractions. Mrs. Ray Stone,! club president, presented . Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Agard with a. pewter compote as a token of remembrance from the club, as the Agards will leave Lu Verne at the close • of the school year. After the dinner the party adourned to the Humota'the- ater for the balance of the evening. Lutheran ¥. P. Have Social Meet— The Lutheran young people held their regular business meeting and social In the church basement 'last week Tuesday evening. At the business meeting an entertainment committee was chosen for the next three months composed of Frieda Knopf, Florence Oberholmer, John ^Ruger, and Orval .Ramus. After music and prayer tha evening was spent playing,, games. Lunch .'Wa» served by George Tiede, '•'"'•"'.;-'••, '•••. Pastor WH1 be Graduated— Vi " The ; Rev, "A. J. Koonce, W. B, Mason, Mra. Harry Von Draska, Mrs. B. Jones, and Mrs. Lee .Lichty will attejnd a meeting of the Fort Dodge Presbytery at Estheryille this week Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. Konce has completed his studies at the Presbyterian theological seminary at Omaha, and with Mrs. Koonce will go to Omaha next week for commencement exercises. Graduation • Sebedvleli -Out— The annual commencement.., doing* •bef.touMay 6,- when the aeniojrs will present their class 'play, Take My- Advice. The .Junior-senior,'banquet wiil 4 be'given May,20, and the* baccalaureate /• • sermojn ,will, r. be, preached'by the Rev- David- Jiang May 28. "W. A, Hamilton, president of a Mason City business colleger wJll deliver the commencement ad dress Tuesday, Way 24, tended a county Sunday school con- vejntlon at Wesley last Thursday. Leona Ramus visited her sister, Mrs. Lewis Peterson, at Mason City, several days last week. Weiss & Sorstedt ALGONA, IOWA , lEIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllH ^IfSt H V® shurch .basement next Saturday af- ;ernoon and evening. The public is nvited to attend. S. 8. Institute^ He»d^ A North End Sunday "school ijnsti- tute was held at Bancroft last week Tuesday. Attending from Swea City were the Rev. and Mrs. B. L, Weav; er and Lou-Haglund. Other Swea City, Mr and Mrs. F, B. Brocksus, of sWaterloo, and Mr, a,nd Mrs. Bart Zuitmyer, Aurora, were recently F J. Thompson's. The three en are sisters, Their father, B. Jr Campbell, Algona, who is critically 8< The Methodist Sunday school board was entertained at the parsonage laat Thursday evening- Beds at Apr, 26—Mrs, Young.' poppy chairman *WJ«M» gion Artery, has received packages of FJander? field, poppy for members of the teeal unit wbo Will plant plot* In fcpoor of fne World, war dead. ; o $$rv£t Zleo Church BecelvM Sunday was a special day at the Zlon Lutheran church, when 13 adults were taken Into membership, and a baby, Jack, son of Mr. and Mrs, E. C. Paulson, was baptized The Lutheran Aid meete Thursday May 6, in the church basement; Mrs. Julius Frost, 'hostess, '• There will i?e-Ascension day services the same evening, Contestant As a result of contests fn the 7th and'Stl* grades TplHa«» Chapman 7th-grader, has been chosen $ represent- •$& school in. a county spelling content *t 41s< J na AprU ?0. The musical organisation w4U take 'part IP the coynty val at Algona the «aroe even)(ng. Fred I*f Her was surprised, , when sfte gpt; honjg church, a/$ found &U Jier and grandchildren $here to belp her celebrate* djnner was line of Paints, Varnishes and Enamels because they are the best money can buy \ '*'"'. DEVOE HAS 175 YEARS OF PAIHT-MAKIHG EXPERIENCE Devoe Lead & Zinc House Paint is 100 per cent, pure paint —50 per cent. Pure Oxide of Zinc. SO per cent. Pure Car* bonite of Lead. 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