Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1932 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 9, 1932
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Results are EYJlfilUSTTP DRIVE, FEHTON, ENDED SUNDAY Fehton,' June 7 —A good-sized crowd was in attendance at fore* noon services Sunday at the.'Methodist church to hear Evangelist Palmer. This was th'e closing day for revival meetings which had been fn continuance three weeks. The congregation was invited to take baskets, and the food was served cafeteria style at a community dinner In the church, dining room. Art after- poon program was given in the auditorium, opened with prayer by the Rev. J. T. Snyder, pastor. Selections were sung by the choir, and one by a men's quartet. A Bible reading by Virginia Frank followed, and an address was given by Mr. Palmer. The program was closed with music by the choir, Maxine Weisbrod at the piano. After the program lunch was servedf in the dining room. Shower for Mrs. Clyde Brooks— • A miscellaneous shower was given at the Methodist church last week I Tuesday In honor of Mrs. Clyde ' -Brooks, formerly Viola Light. Fifty [ guests heard a program of toasts ' and music. The toasts were given by Mrs. John Light, mother o£ the bride, To My Daughter: Verna Kohlstedt, To My Cousin; Nettie Weisbrod, To My High School Pal; Irene Newel, To My Friend.' A musical dialog was given by Mrs. J. T. Snyder and Mrs. A. H. Meyers, The Courtship of -Peggy and Zaccariah, and Mrs. E. A. "Weisbrod read The Courtship of Larry 'ODea. After the program the bride was called on to open many gifts. A two-course luncheon was served. or Two Weeks . Johnain rwiil •ithglng' dttring Methodist W. F. M. 8. 5Ie«ts— The Methodist W. F. M. S. met in Immediate. Large bottle with free i the church last Thursday; -Mrs. C. diet instructions only $1.00—E. .W. G - Humphrey, devotional leader; Lusby, druggist. subject. Workers With God. Mrs. Frank McFall was study book leader on He Holds Us Responsible. Mrs. Philip Weisbrod gave a reading, The Lakes and the Two Paths. Mrs. Wilbert Holdorf presented Christian Stewardship, and .Mrs. Snyder and Mrs. A. H. Meyers sang a vocal Methodist Aid Plans Social- Mrs. George Thompson was hostess to the Methodist Aid last Thursday afternoon. Lunch was served to •5, and a collection of $6.35 was aken. Mrs. Johnson led devotional exercises. Plans were made for an ce cream social at the city park next week Wednesday evening. PRIVATE LESSONS Any band or orchestra instrument and piano. Call 35-J or the High School. D. R. Collins duet. Hostesses were Mrs. Stephenson and Mrs. Boettcher. O. J. George "Marion AVlildel Loses Tonsils— Doctor Meyer assisted Doctor Andrews with a tonsilectomy at the General hospital. Algona, last week Wednesday. Marion, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Widdell, was the patient. DON'T GET UP NIGHTS Make This 2r>c Test You need thus easy bladder physic to drive out impurities and excess acids which cause irritation that results in leg pains, backache, burning and getting up nights. BU-KETS, the bladder physic, containing buchu, juniper oil, etc., works on the bladder pleasantly and effectively, similar to castor oil on the bowels. Get a 25c box (5 grain size) from your druggist. After four days, if not relieved of getting up nights go back and get your money. You are bound to feel better after this cleansing and you get your regular sleep. Locally at 0. W. Lusby, Druggist. : !• I'LL TELL YOU FR.EE Vl ; HOW TO HEAL . BAD LEGS Simply anoint the swollen veins and sores with Emerald Oil, and bandage your les. Use a bandage three inches wide and long enough to give the necessary support, wind- Ing it upward from the ankle to the knee, the way the blood flows in the veins. No more broken velas. No more ulcers nor open sores. No more crippling pain. Just follow directions and you ar& .sure to be helped. B. W. Lusby won't keep your monoy unless you are. 3few Family for Fenton— Section Foreman Skare moved his family here from Radcliffe Friday. The daughter Margaret returns to Radcliffe this week Thursday, having employment in the telephone office there. Two Go to Summer School— Virginia Huskamp- left last week Tuesday for Cedar Palls to attend summer school, leaves for Sioux Wednesday to school. Nettie Weisbrod City this week attend summe: Xew Fenton Correspondent— Maxine Weisbrod has succeeded Mrs. Lindsey as the Advance's Fen ton correspondent, and she will be pleased to receive help in gathering news. Ledyard', June 7—Bible school at the Methodist churCh started Monday morning:. The Rev. and Mrs. B*. O. Johnson, Mrs. Edward Knoner, Mrs. Glen Yahnke, and Corothy Clemans, iLakota, are teachers. The school will last two weeks, and certificates will be issued to pupils having a perfect attendance. A school of Instruction opened last week Monday at the Sacred Heart church and will Continue three weeks. Two Sisters from Bancroft are Instructors. ., Ledjrard Church Complimented— Ledyarders were Interested In this paragraph in the May Issue of the- Algona District (Methodist) Broad caster, a little 4-page'paper put out four times a year by Dlst. Supt. W. ft. Lease, Algona: "Ledyard Is making one of the best growths of any church In the district. The pastor, the Rev. F. O. Johnson, and his wife are busy with a constructive program which has the full cooperation of both the Lakota and the Ledyard churches, which they serve iointly." Ledyard 'Woman Loses Father- Mrs. Richard Zlelske received word Sunday of the death of her aged father, Fred Ruhnke, Amboy, Minn. Funeral services were to be leld this week Tuesday, and his >ody was to be taken to Hubbard 'or burial beside the grave of his A'ife, who died some years ago. See S. C. Defeat. Algona— Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett and Mrs. George Moulton attended a laseball game at Swea City Sunday, iwea City won from AIgon», 11-3. Woden's town ball 'team played a pickup team here Sunday, and won, -0. Rrant Pupils In State Tests— Supt. Hammond, of Grant Consol- dated school, took four students to Iowa Oity Sunday to write state academic tests. They were Helen 3riggs, Leona Patterson, Leslie Mino, and Erma Farrow. Naomi Hewitt's Father Sick— Naomi Hewitt, Swea City, spent Saturday afternoon at D. B. Mayer's. Her father has been critically sick with pneumonia and was under the. care of a trained nurse, but is now improving.. DAUGHTER 0 PASTOR WE IS Joint Meeting' of W. F. M. S.— During the summer Ledyard 'and Lakota have joint meetings of the W. F. M. S., the first this week Friday at Lakota, in the church basement, with Mrs. Moe as hostess. , •HOW ONE WOMAN LOST20LBS.OFFAT Lost Her Prominent Hips— Doable Chin —Sluggishness Gained Physical Vigor— A Shapely Figure. If you're fat — first remove the cause! Take one half teaspoonful of Kruschen Salts in a glass of hot water in the morning. To hasten results go light on fatty meats, potatoes, cream and pastries — in 3 weeks get on the scales and note how many pounds of fat have vanished. Notice also that you have gained in energy—your skin is clearer— you feel younger in 'body—Kruschen will give any fat person a joyous eurprise. But be sure it's Kruschen—your health comes first — and SAFETY first is the Kruschen promise. Get a bottle of Kruschen Salts from B. W. Lusby or any leading druggist anywhere in America (lasts 4 weeks) and the cost is but a trifle. If this first bottle doesn't convince you this is the easiest, SAFEST and surest way to lose tat—your money gladly returned. (4) MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE Algona, Iowa Beauty Shop Gives Prize— The Modern Curl Beauty shop awarded a free permanent wave Sat urday evening to Mrs. B. C Luedtke. Other Fenton News. Editor and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, son Bobby, and C. F. C. Laage drove to Hampton Saturday, and were met there by Edith 'Laage, Cedar Rapids, and little IBetty Jean Schwartz. Betty Jean, who had spent a week with her aunt, came home with her parents. Miss Laage had one more week of teaching before her school closes. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Bailey, 'Rock Falls, and their daughter Lavonne visited relatives here last week Monday. -Mr. Bailey went home Tuesday,. Mrs. 'Bailey and Lavonne remaining for a more extended visit. The W. W. Boettchers returned last week Wednesday from a visit at Mr. Boettcher's sister, Mrs. Charles Schemel's, Calmar. Mrs. Schemel accompanied them here for a visit of a week or more. The Louis Reeds, Mason City, came Sunday to visit Mrs. Reed's sister, Mrs. Raymond Stoeber. Mr. and Mrs. Reed went home Monday Betty and Bobby remaining for a few weeks. The C. C. 'Humphi-eys were entertained by Mrs. Humphrey's parents Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller, at Ring- ated Sunday. Sidney Bruce Holdorf remained for a week's visit. Mrs. Dorothea Qerhardt entertained her sewing club Friday evening. Mrs. Charles Schemel, Calmar was a guest of the club. The evening was spent at sewing. Mary Gappa, Mrs. Joe Walters and her daughters Geneva and Mrs Tom Ford, Whittemore, were Sunday visitors at the F. C. Bailey and A. H. -Krause homes. iF. C. Bailey, Mason City, spen last week-end with his family here He has rented a house there and pects to move the family to Mason City next week. The Matt Sandos, Ringsted, were •Sunday visitors at section foreman Skare's. Mr. Sando, who is a broth er of Mrs. Skare, is section foreman at Ringsted. The O. G. Schmidts, Buffalo Cen ter, were 6 p. m. dinner guests a A. J. Krause's Friday. Mr.'Schmid used to work in the Kraus-e mea market. Mrs. Clyde Brooks left last Thurs day for her home near Iowa Falls Accompanied by her mother, Mrs John Light, who visited there tl Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J.- A. Furtney, Mrs M. S. Furtney, Mrs. Robert Kamp and Mrs. (L. F. Huldorf, all of Cey Ion, were at R, N. Kyle's last Thurs day. The C. H. Geronsins were'Sunda guests at George Willadsen's, Arm strong. Mr. Geronsln and Mrs. Wil adsen are brother and sister. •P. E. Weisbrod, Ford dealer s Emmetsburg, and Elmer .Welsbroc Fenton,' made a business trip to,De Molnes last week T,uesday. •Frank Bailey, bid children, an Mrs. Kate Newel were guest* of and Mrs- A. T. Whitlow, 6>yea CJty Mon4*y Former Pastor Conducts Revival— Many here are pleased to hear that the Rev. Mr. Mathis, pastor here 30-odd years ago, is conduct- Ing evangelistic meetings at -Buffalo Center three weeks. J. B. Worden Reported Better— The Leon Wordens were at Algona Saturday evening to see Leon's father, J. B. Worden, who is much improved. Sunday they visited the Ed Campbells at Seneca. F. B. Meeting- Tomorrow Sight— A general Farm Bureau meeting ill be held this week Friday night t George Hagge's. The women are o bring cake or sandwiches, and the -H girls will sell candy. LAKOTA BOY Lakota, June 7 — Violet, only daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Krerklng, and Gerald, son of Mrs. George Ukena, were married at the Presbyterian church last week Wednesday evening, the bride's father, the Rev. Mr. Frerklng performing the-ceremony. The church was decorated In pink and white, and as Invitations had been sent to 400 families It was full to seating capacity.' The bride wore her mother's wedding dress, of brocaded white, satin. Her shower bouquet was bride roses, calla lilies, and sweet peas. The veil was In cap style, fastened with a pink rose at the side. Ribbon bearers were Claire Ruth Schwanebeck, Dubuque, and Nadlne Hans. Dorothy Ukena, niece of the bridegroom, was flower girl, and John and Don, little sons of the 'I. E. Wortmans, were ^ring-bearers, each carrying a ring In a calla lily. Jerry Ukena, brother of the bridegroom, sang I Love You Truly, and Mrs. Jerry Ukena and Norman, brother of the bride, furnished other music. The double ring ceremony was used and a reception was held In the church parlors immediately after the ceremony, attended by 450. Ice cream, cake, and coffee were served. The bride's "going away" dress was yellow silk lace, 'with white blouse and yellow accessories. The newly-weds left the same evening for Twin Lakes, where the Frerkjngs own a cottage, and are spending their honeymoon there. Gerald, who was recently- ordained a minister, wfH preach in Pomeroy till he Is permanently located. . , Among out-of-town ' guests were C. A. Dleterich, grandfather of the bride, and the A. E. Schwanebecks, and Claire Ruth,, Dubuque;" the Ernest Frerklngrs, Marion, S. D.; the Carl Carlsons, and i Mr. and Mrs. Harry iPassow, Pomeroy; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Winner, Mason City; Mr. and -Mrs: Jerry Schtitter, West Bendr Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Elman, Osager the Rev. and Mrs. Kamah and two sons, Sioux Oity; Mr. and Mrs. Heyo fBoeckelman, Mr. and Mrs. John.Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. John Meyers, TTtonkar the Korse El- mans, Buffalo-Center; Mrs. Emma Wortman, Mrs. Wilfred Carlson, daughter,,Jane, Swea City; Dr. Arthur Bailey, Estherville; the Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Coleman, Algona; the Rev. and .Mrs. S. H. Aten, Burt; and the Rev. S. M; Gladstone, Lone Rock. Mrs. AVortman's Father Dies- Mrs. I. E. Wortman was called to Eagle- Grove last week Wednesday evening by news of the sudden death of her father, Samuel Amundsen, TO. Death was caused by hear disease^ He and his daughter 'Lena had Just returned from a visit, with a daughter at Dumont, and they had drives into an oil station to changi a tire, and while at work at this hi Blbto tattoo! Ofrw* A vacation Bible school was open ed at the 'Presbyterian church Mod day And wilt continue two week*. The ReV. Mr. Frerklhg has charge, with Mrs. Frerklng M superintendent of the primary 1 department. The 'ollowlng are teachers: Oertrude Wortman, » Mary Jane, and, Fern Jewls, Henrietta .Aalderks, Mrs. C. <*reeark, Mildred •' Bifgar, ^Norman Frerklng, and dLena Gutknecht. Woman's Project Lesson Glren— Seventeen women' gathered at Mrs. R. B. Hamqulat's last Thursday evening, and Mesdames A. D. Smith, Oust Koppen, and A. B. Suckels, local leaders for the (Lincoln township women's project, gave lesson on., Applied Design, using wax crayons. Sofa pillows, wall langlngs, pictures, etc. were made. Phone Operators Take Vacation- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pierce, local elephone managers, left Sunday for Ellsworth to visit her- parents and pend two weeks vacationing at dlf- erent' places. Mrs. Emory Smith has charge of , the •, of flee during their absence, with Mrs. Irvln Altlzer as assistant. ' Great>Granddanglit«r Has Operation Mrs. N. E. Noble received a card Saturday saying that her little great-granddaughter, Mary Cecelia McKinney, 9, of Minneapolis, has ieen taken to a hospital for re- moval'of a ruptured appendix. She s the.granddaughter of Will Noble. edyard F. B. Women Meet— The Ledyard township 'Farm Bu- eau women held a monthly meet- ng with. Mrs. Arthur Anderson Frilay, with'an attendance of 20. Final ilans for an Achievement day ex- ilblt were discussed. was stricken, recently been Mr. Amundson pensioned by hac the Other Ledyard News. Alma Junkermeier, Walter Loge- nann, and Elmer and Esther Junk- rmeier returned last week Monday rom Baxter, where they had at- ended a Sunday school concention he Rev. and Mrs. Depping returned Tuesday. Their son remainec or a visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knoner at- ended the Frerking-Ukena wed- ling at the Presbyterian church Lakota, last week Wednesday even- ng. William Flynn's sister, Mrs. Fred >ordon, 'Flint, Mich., her husband and son visited him last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Powell/ of tfason City, former residents here, isited at Leon Worden's Eciday. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Gillesple, Alona, spent Sunday at Fred Dor- -.ey's. The women are sisters. Messrs. Moulton, Lauritzen, and Weimer spent Saturday night and unday at 'Rapidan, fishing. Mr. and Mrs. August Peterson, of Swea City, were Sunday dinner ;uests at R. J. Womack's. J. T, Welfare is suffering with In- 'ection in one foot and is under the care of Doctor Sommers. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett returned Saturday from ten days at ilvermore and Chester. Janice Williams has returned to her home at Redding after a week at L. W. Welmer's. Mrs. C. I. Mansmith, Burt, spent the, week-end with her daughter, Mrs. Fred Dorsey. Edna Green, Chicago, came Sunday for three months at the parental William Green's, The George Thompson spent Saturday evening and Sunday at Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. George Laab, ol Winnebago, spent Sunday at D. A. Carpenter's. The Rev. Mr. Boese, Lakota, am his family spent Sunday at 'Fred Baumann's. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heany, Burt called on friends here Saturday evening. Robert Womack Jr. has been sAck and under the care of Doctor Som mers. Mrs. Swan Olson, Estherville, vis ited Mrs. L. W. Weimer Friday. W. A. Hall Is selously sick, am X>octor Devine Is caring for him. The Ed Christs, Panora, wer here over Decoration day. Girls Campaign, Safe beyond the 100-ft. limit, cam palgners, mostly young girls, h.anding' out candldatorial cards t voters all day Monday. Spm,e voters in s$lf-defense, carried cards for a candidates and displayed tfeem approached. The candidates selves wwe aM busier than cran Northwestern railroad, after serving 20 years as carpenter. He left a wifi and five daughters. Funeral ser vices were held at Eagle Grove Sat urday, and the following from La kota attended: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ukena, son Paul, Mrs. Julia Wort man,'the little sons of Mrs. Wort man, all of lLakota, and Mrs. Wil fred Carlson and Jane, Swea City. First Pastor Bevlslts Lukota—• The Rev. A. A. Howe, Buftal Center, and the Rev. Frank Mathis evangelist, called on friends hen Saturday. The 'Rev. Mr. Mathi; opens a three weeks series of meet ings at the Methodist church, But falo Center Sunday, He was th first resident pastor of the loca Methodist church 34 years ago. Mrs a kota Woman Loses Niece — Mrs. Oran Sturdevant attended he funeral of a niece at. Fort >odge one day last week. Her daughter Minone accompanied her and is visiting there two weeks. - Other Lakota News. Mr. and .Mrs. Hugh Carr, Ellen- iale, Minn., and Hugh's sister, Marorie Carr, Minneapolis, called at H. Warburton's last' week Monday, on their way home from Alona, where they had attended Memorial day services. The Carrs, who are farming near Ellendale, are former residents- here. rs. Herman Schroeder, who had an appendicitis operation at the Kossuth hospital two weeks ago, came home early last week and has )een visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lester, while convalescing. •''.."' The Rev. and Mrs. F. .O. Johnson went to Kanawha last Thursday evening to visit his parents. They came home Friday by way of Algona, where they attended a district Methodist. Brotherhood meeting. Mrs. A. 'E. Buckels, son Clifford, and daughter Esther went to Ellsworth Saturday to attend the funeral of a cousin. . Mrs. Elbert Woodward, Oskaloosa, who had spent three weeks with her brother, Bert Kienitz, left for home last week. Mrs. Loyal Gingrich had a minor operation at her home last Thursday, with Doctor Devine in charge. Julia Gutknecht, Lynden, Wash. arrived one day last week, to spen<J the summer with relatives. Mrs. F. O. Johnson was hostess to the Methodist Aid last' week Wednesday. Leg is Bebroken. Lakota, June 7 — Martin Becker who broke a leg last winter and had only recently resumed walking without the- aid of crutches, broke the same itg In the same place one day last week. PILES! PILES! PILES! WILLIAMS' PILE OINTMENT For Blind. Bleeding and Itching Pilei. For ule by «U dnyp*. mail 50c and $1.00. WILLIAMS MFG. CO., fan.. Clmlud. CM*. LUSBT'8 DBUG'STOBE, ALGOKA V I , ICE COLD DBINK9 WE SPECIALIZE IN ICE ICE CftEAM SOJiAS AM> Let us cater to your, home parties, And ptofttai, in making ice creams and sherbets to ywir Hkltig, TRY THE ALGONQUIN FOR BETTER ICE CREAM • - • 101 East State Street Algoiia; low* B. Quarton QtAttTOJf Law Phone.: McM.7403 ho! maties! WASH SUIT SALE SIZE 2 - to - 8 PRICES 25c . 49c 69c Just the kind of suits a boy likes to wear. Cool... comfortable -. . . and easy for Mom to keep clean! Better buy a raft of 'em! Bandy Colors Sailor Suite Eton Suite , NEVILLE'S TOGGERY IN DAD'S OLD STAND ALGONA, IOWA •L J. TAN _ . D. Shumway M- D., res, | c - H- CRJETZMEripl - M Physician and Surgeon! Office In John GalbraUh * Phones: Office, 310' re, tlgona a P. V. JANSE, M.n~ _ Physician and Soria' Office on South Dodee' hones: Office, 666; rest ' Algona, Iowa 'WALTEll Physician ancfsurgeonl Office In Quinby Bldg,, ] ' Phone No. 12 G. Physician and Surgeoil Office in Postoffice Bio 'bones: Office, 197; resld W. B. ANDREWS, DJ stoopathlc Physician and [ Located over Hub Blllard 1 Phones: Office 187, Res. j E. A. EVANS, M. D^ Obatretlcs and Kle iz: Diathermy and Ultra 1 Over Borchardt Drug 9to Phones: Residence 312, • Algona, Iowa. DENTISTS:^ DB. H. H. OLSON Dentist. .Gaa and novocaine used,li traction. Located over Chriatensen I Phonea: Business 166, real Algona, Iowa VETERINARY^ ITw. FOX Veterinarian Si West State Street, Alg Phones: Office. 47S-t BUILDING CONTRAC For Clean Cotton Rags-Sc Ib. fllllllilllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll FORHUK 'mmm The opportunity to own furniture of the highest quality is worth grasping . . but when you know that it is also in the most beautiful, naodern version you can't possibly fail to gain the satisfaction of refurnishing your home at our very low June Sale prices DINING ROOM 8-piece walnut dining room »uite $48.50 LIVING ROOM 2 -piece mohair living room «et. $55.00 BEDROOM 3-piece bedroom bed, vanity, and chett of drawer*, only $33.50 Pwco^nti from 10 to 33 14 pfr cw| through our entire Atock. Special ditcounU ice cheiU and Electric Refrigerator*, Foster Furniture Co., Alseo |UUUIIUU||'UUU1|IU1UUUUUMIUI^^MJ|A^UUI§^H1AU ^ ' _ * ^K5R f " frw1 ' ~ ••BilBMBBBBBil^BBI^BHIBI^^^^^^^^M^^BB^^BI^B^B^B^^^^B^BHMUMHIIIIIIililiiillliMMliiiiiMiiiAAiiiiiiiiii i L_ eT-^Fr * >. » v, £1*** «^ f i+f Attorney.,t Quinby Boutl Phone Ufl * Attorn e y. a t.i, w Office over i owa state hone 206. DOCTORS CO WAN * 80H General Contractors 1 Estimates Fun •honea: Business, 63D-J; MACHINISTS NOETON MACHINE UTO Machinists and Weldeit] Service Stock on Piston Rings, Pins, and 1 West of Courthouse PRODUCE SWIFT A COMPAMI Cash Buyers Poultry, Eggs, an* Matt Lamuth, Mgr.,;| Phone 264, = INSURANCE COUNTY MB IKSUBANCE A880CUI Over 116,000,000 worth oJ In force. "A home company^ MOUrer J. O. Paxson, C. B, La Barre Reliable Insurance I Loans, Real Estate, Phone 55 City Property Loan* " i Insurance. Real Statist. and used Tires and A Hides, Fur and ^" low* STIIM8EW ed to 40 »U WAN

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