Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1932 · Page 2
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& f * *vr y i * *>AOfi '? <•. UM. '.,<* rf'vWHWiSa W BIMVA WATCH (Here it one of the arcatett values ^BULOVA ever of- sf ered $24-75 '"So unusual is this *«hie. BULOVA is going to award • 41O.OOO.OO In CASH PRIZES | for a name ''Come in. See the Watch. See if you fc«n name it. NO OBLIGATION TO BUY COSTS NOTHING TO ENTER iCOME IN TODAY FOR A FREE CONTEST BLANK F, W, WEHLER & CO, Jewelers and Optometrists TANK BL( UP IN AT WS IOME ENTON Fenton,.. June 14—Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weisbrod Were awakened last week Tuesday morning about-3 o'clock by an-explosion which they first supposed was caused by lightning striking near by. They heard water running in the basement, and on investigation they found that the bottom of the soft water tank had been blown out. The tank was hurled upwards against the floor with such force that it broke two 2x8 joists and pushed up through the floor, splintering and splitting it beyond repair. A radio set and a chair above the tank were ruined. It is believed that the pump failed to shut off and that continuous pressure caused the explosion. A similar explosion took place at Ruthven two weeks ago, only there It was the top Instead of the bottom that blew out. In .that case also the pump was blamed. AVOman's Club Closes Tear— Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod entertained the Woman's club last week Tuesday afternoon. This was the club's last meeting this year.- Roll .call was answered by 17 members, with titles of good books. A book review was given by Mrs. O. H. Graham, The 'Bridge of San Luis Rey. Plans were discussed for next year's program Fenton Girl IVIns Contest— Fenton was represented at an Epworth League rally and Bible story contest at Graettinger last week Tuesday evening by the Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder and 15 members of the local League. Virginia Frank, 'enton, won first in the story con- est. Six Leagues were represented n this sub-district. Phone 240 1932 tdwa's letter From China Bead— The Standard Bearers met last 'eek Monday at Ardis Voight's. larjory Bailey read a leter from da Bell Lewis, Foocho'w, China. uth Glaus and Margaret Stephenon gave lesson reports. Plans were aid to attend a district convention .t Emmetsburg Frid'ay. tmxliird Hearers to Convention— The Standard Bearers attended a onvention at Emmetsburg Friday. T HE ABOVE SCENES from the Iowa Great Lakes' region Avill attract thousand of vacationists this summer.; The top picture Is an airplane view of The Inn and beach on West Okoboji 'Lake. .In the center is a view of sailboats and also a moonlight scene on Spirit Lake. •Below is Arnold's Park on Lake Okoboji. '„'.••'. farm w4th her grandparents, Air. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod. Mrs. John Burke, Eagle Grove, spent last week with her brother, Andrew Berkeland, and her sister, Mrs. Albert Mitchell. Mrs. O. H. Schmidt returned Saturday, after caring for her mother Mrs. Fenton was represented by eight I Squlre Hudson, Burt, who was ill a delegates. Marjorie Bailey conducted few {1ays i nst week . x round table, Ardis Voigt gave a re- ». Is a Bargain Home Building Year Savings in the purchase o many comodities are advan tageous for the time being .. savings effected in the build ing of a home returns divi •fiends in interest every year. That's why shrewd buyers are doing their building this year when the cost of all building materials is lower than at any time since the War. A house that cost $6000 two years ago can be built for $4500 this year . . . interest ; on the difference can be saved every year and a much better !house can be built. Let us show you how it •costs as much as 30 per cent less to build this year. F. S. NORTON & SON Building Material ononnan-na port, and Ruth Glaus received a pair of chop sticks for obtaining a new member. Farewell for Mrs. F. C. Bnlley— Airs. F. C. Bailey was a guest of honor at a farewell party at R. C. oetsch's last Thursday evening. She was presented with a gift. The Baileys moved to Mason City Saturday. Mrs. J. F,. Newell Mrs. Ri C. Goetsch , Mrs. F. P. Newel,'Frances A GUARANTEED Motor Oil This pure Pennsylvania Lubricant means economy We .guarantee it to be superior in mileage and lubri- -<cating value to any other oi -or the cost will be refunded Why not use the best when it •(costs no more than an infer ;ior oil. Dau Garage East of Courthouse Body and Fender Work— , Repairing and Painting ;BBE us FOR AN ESTIMATE WHY GET UP NIGHTS? Make This 25c Test This easy-bladder physic is neede to drive out impurities and exces ecids which cause irritation that re «ults in leg pains, backache, burn -Ing and getting up nights. BU-KETS ijthe bladder physic, containing buchu .juniper oil, etc., works on the blad •flex pleasantly and e ffectively, simi 3ar to castor oil on the bowels. Ge a 25c box (5 grain size) from you *jru£gist. After four days, if riot re lieved of getting* up nights go 'b, and get your money', you are Jjouji feel better after this . clea.nsin " you get your regular sleep, 1$ at E. W. Busby's, druggist. Two Birthdays Celebrated— A party was held at John Kramer's Friday, honoring Bernice Kramer and Elizabeth Gramenz, who celebrated their 13th birthdays. Other Fenton Sews. The H. C. LIndseys drove to Glutton Saturday to visit their daughter, Mrs. Harold Steadman, and from there they went on to Carroll to visit their daughters, Bernice, Vivian, and Cathleen, returning Sunday, accom- anied by Bernice, who will spend er vacation with them. Enroute ome they visited Mrs. Helen Eber- ey and daughter .Gertrude at Poca- ontas. The E. C. "Weisbrods entertained elatlves 'Friday evening: Mr. and Irs. R. N. Breuer, Osakis, Minn.; Ir. and Mrs. William Reimers, AVhit- emore; Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Boetcher, Burt; Mrs. Charles Schemel, almar; the W. W. and George Joettcher families; Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reimers, Mrs. Dorothy Gerhardt, and the latter's children. Mr. and Mrs. August Kirstein and heir granddaughter Elaine Hecock, all of Clinton, Minn., came last Thursday to visit the daughter, Mrs. John Gramenz, They went back Saturday, accompanied by Clara Gramenz, who will spend the summer vith them on a farm. Mr. and Mrs. John Tietz, son Carl, and Miss Mary Pompe, Watertown, Wis., left last week Tuesday, after a :ew days at Herman Krause's and Herman Leudtke's. Mrs. Tietz and Miss Pompe are cousins of Mrs. Krause and Mrs. Luedtke. •Alex Goetsch, Edna Goetsch, Sophie Rieke, and Alvina Rieke, Chicago, visited the R. C. Goetsches and Agnes Goetsch 'Friday evening. Alex, ,vho was once employed at the Fenton drug store, is now a manager of a chain store at Chicago. The Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson, and the Stephensons' daughter Margaret drove to Estherville last week Monday evening to hear Bishop Cannon, who spoke at the Methodist Episcopal church there. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Fox, Fairmont, and Mrs. Mary Johnson, Armstrong, and her daughter 'Phyllis spent last week Monday at the R. N. Kyle's. Mrs. 'Fox and Mrs. Johnson are sisters of Mrs. Kyle. The Gustav Weiss family, Finlayson, Minn., and the Arthur T»roeges, Minneapolis, left Friday, after a few days at Jacob Hengel's. Mrs. Weiss and Mr. Hengel are brother and sister. Mrs. Kate eNwel and her granddaughter Ijavonne returned last Thursday from a week at Hartley. The grandson, Warren Newel, ' accompanied them here for a short visit. • Mrs. A. T, Whitlow, her children, and a Mrs. Iceland and her children, all of Swea City, were guests Sunday at Frank Bailey's, and Frances ac- Bailey, and Irene Newel were at Fairmont Saturday. Mrs. Charles Scheme] went to Burt last Thursday to visit relatives until Saturday, and went frpm there to her home at Calmar. Mr. and Mrs. August Kirstein and Elaine Hecock, Clinton, Minn., were entertained at R. C. Goetch's Friday evening. ' Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, Mrs. O. H. Graham, and Mrs. A. J. Krause attended Achievement day at Burt last week Monday. The E. C. Weisbrods, Fenton, and Airs. Charles Schemel, Calmar, were dinner guests at W. AV. Boettcher's last Thursday. Jean Denker, of Lester, is spending her summer vacation .with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod. F. J. Weisbrod, daughters Maxine and Hazel, and Pauline Osborn spent last week Wednesday at Des Moines. •Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Breuer, Osakis, Minn., came Friday to visit the latter's sister, Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod; and "her brother, H. E. Reimers. The Nels Wilbergs and the Harry Widdels were entertained at J. H. Jensen's, near Seneca, Sunday. Mrs. J. (F. Newel and her daughter Irene were entertained at F. E. Weisbrod's for a six o'clock dinner last week Tuesday evening. The P. H. Jensens, Ft. Dodge, were 6 o'clock dinner guests at Harry Widdel's Sunday evening. Verona Weisbrod returned , last week Thursday night from Minneapolis', where she attended the Minnesota state university.' The Jennings, Skares, Radcllffe, visited a few days last week at the parental Sam Skare's. Doctor Meyers assisted Doctor An- FATHER SEEKS GIRL, 19, SEEN JUNE9JURT •Burt. June 14—Last.week Wednesday Marshal Steward picked up a girl in overalls who was walking on the highway. He questioned her, and she at first gave her name as Johnnie'Martin, but later said her real name was Sarah Louise Gogern and that she was from Deerton, Mich. Mr. Steward did not hold her, but notified her father, and he was here Monday, trying to locate her. :She had been working at Faribault, Minn. Her clothes were found near a river near there, and it was feared that she had committed suicide. She is only 19. SclHvteterts In Family Reunion— Mrs. Lydia Schwietert and her two daughters returned to their home at Colesburg Monday, after several days at fhe W. H. and • Mrs. SBertha Schwietert homes. A family gathering was MM. &,J, d<| tftttiTit fcl< h6f sons retailed "to thfeir fibtfte At Ame« Mtrt\<ky (!v attfer tt tent dttys with Mr*. d"e*'la Hunt's partmta, Mr, rind Mrs. W, A, Peters, L < ' , \ L. Pratt andMjflra Sewick left Saturday ior Illinois, Mrs. Pratt to Roekfofd trf get her daughter lege, Miss Sewlck to visit relatives at Freeporti * ' "W. H. Klampst, Mrs. Mary titeftafct,' Mf, and Mrs. M, L. Vlhaas, the Albert SchraderS, and the Jr. H. Orahatris .picnicked * at Pilot Knob 8'nnday, \ , ., , ' * ' Herbert Blelch is a '3% 'graduate from the'dental'college of 1 'the' state university'. >' MA and jMrsi G. "W. Bleioh went down and brought him home. , • bean Clapsaddle 'spent'jast week at Lake Winneblgoshteh', rtorthern Mlnnesota,\vlth his uncle and aunt, Mr, and Mrs. Horace Clapsnddle. < Mr. and' Mrs. Ray Drerrtmel left for Alirora, III., Friday to visit the Floyd Dremmels, and will bring home •Ray's mother, visiting.-there. The George Grays took Mr. Gray's mother to Wlnnebago, Minn., Sunday to visit another son before-returning to her home at Brule, Neb. The (Frank Davlsons, Rock Raps Ids, spent -last Week Wednesday and Thursday with Frank's -parents, Mr. and • Mrs. W. J. Davison. Verle Thaves accompanied the William Leys; Lakota, to Des Moines Monday to attend a Register-Tribune carriers' convention. James E. R,echert, superintendent! of the Bric'elyn, Minn., schools, •Visited last week, at 1 'his niece Mrs. J. T. Heaney.'s. Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Easterly, Neel- In, Manitoba, arrived Friday to ! visit Mrs. Easterly's sister, Mrs. W. J.. Bourne. . •Estel Trainer, Willmar, Minn., spent the week-^nd with her parents, Mlvand Mrs. W. T. Trainer. Mrs. Niel Nielsori,, Spencer, was. a week-end/visitor of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James : Armstrong. The Clayton Johnsons, Corwith, visited .Mrs.' Johnson's mother, Mrs. M. A. Dexter, Sunday., Mrs. James Christiansen was hostess to the Fortnightly club lest week Wednesday. Will TOebben, Chicago, came Friday to visit his mother, Mrs. Anna Toebben. Mrs. H. W. Manus was hostess to the Birthday 'Circle Friday.; . Helen Thompson, Coe college, came home last week Monday. ' ' Get the facts QDOUT new % ' '??' ' k .' 1U >'•>'•£ transportation economy ) -, ' • ','.,', '"/;,, ',', '";, )' , This Is an opportunity < to see how tlie, tran0portrftlon need* of a new business era have been met with new,economy, performance, and rcli. ability in the new Ford trucks. Your Ford dealer is ready to give you the complete story. ' ( ' ' .;,',/ Body type* to fit every hauling need. 50-honepoWer 4-cylindcr engine. New freely shackled gemi-elUptic rear springs distribute load stresses. Wide, deep, strong frame gives substantial support for bodies. % floating type rear axle for heavy service. 4-speed transmission. Tubular steel • coupling shaft with heavy duty universal* at each end. New bi-panible coupling and removable 'main cross member .permit' easy servicing of clutch, transmission, and coupling shaft. New comfort and safety for the driver. These features and many other* will convince you that the New Ford Trucks can save you money and give you added performance. '','-' ' Kent Motor Co. Algona — Phone J 434 * s FORD TRUCK WEEK JUNE 18 to 23 INCLUSIVE M, & D, CLUB IN CRESCO TWP, HAS PROGRAM JUNE 9 South George Cresco, Boren was June 14 — Mrs, hostess last companied visit. Mrs. E. then home for a short A. Weisbrod and Mrs. Grace Gibbons and her children go to Hawley, Minn., this week Tuesday for a week with the former's parents, •Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gibbons. The K. O. Stephensons went to 'Fairmont Monday to be' with Mrs. Stephenson's mother, Mrs. Julius Peterson, who underwent an operation for goiter at the Fairmont clinic, The Methodist Episcopal Aid will meet this week Friday at the-church: hostesses, Mesdames C. C. Kern, Q. J. Stephenson, G. B. Johnson, Truman Johnson. C. O. Bailey, of ^iock. Falls, spent the week end here, and Mrs. Bailey and her daughter, Lavonne, .who had spent two weeks here, went home with him. Jean Denker. Letter, 1$ spending part of her summer vacation on the drews at Algona with a surgical operation last Thursday. J. 'F. Newel went to Sioux City last week Wednesday to attend an embalmer's convention. A. J. Krause shipped a carload of steers Saturday night. Irvin Krause went with the car. The L. M. Huldprfs, Ceylon, spent Sunday evening at' J R. N. Kyle's. SEXTON GIRL WEDS CLEAR LAKE YOUTH Sexton, June 14—The Frank Ben- teles and Mrs. Bentele's grandmother, Mrs. William Kutschara, went to Clear 'Lake Friday to attend the wedding of the latter's granddaughter, Mildred, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Kutschara, that morning at the Zion Lutheran church to Oscar Amundsen, Clear 'Lake. The bride was attended by Sarah Keeling, Algona. The couple are now on a honeymoon in northern Minnesota. Other Sexton News, <Lou Kutschara, Clear Lake, spent Monday doing repair work at his farm, east of town. Mrs. Kutschara accompanied him and spent the day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Winkel, Algona. Mrs. Essie McMahon entertained at dinner Sunday Mrs. John McMahon, her children, and the Ambrose Lichtys. Mrs. Lichty was formerly Rose McMahon. Mrs. Fred Neahring and her little son Donald were Sunday guests of the former's sister, Mrs. Burwene Johnson, Renwick. Edith Greenfield fell Saturday morning and sprained her right ankle. She was unable to be about for a day or so. • Mrs. Henry Hawley and her granddaughter, Constance Jay De Wilde, spent last week with Mrs. B, B, Banders. ..'..Mrs. Fred Neahring went to Britt Friday to visit her mother, Mrs.. Schwietert's. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Manor, Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Speck and Lester Schwietert, Garner, were out-of-town guests. Hospital Patient Brought Home- Stella Isenberger, who had been at the Kossuth hospital, recovering from injuries suffered in- an auto accident some weeks ago, was brought home Friday, Her mother, Mrs. J. O. Isenberger, is still at the hospital, but expects to come home in a few days. • Epwortli League Elects Officers— The Epworth League has'elected officers: Nelda Valentine, president; Marguerite 'Elliott, 1st vice; Vera Chipman, 2nd vice; Kenneth Graham, 3rd vice; Lois Graham, 4th vice; Dorothy Brooke, secretary- treasurer; Lucile Sewick, pianist. Children's Day 1§ Observed— 'Children's day was observed at the Methodist church Sunday morning, and the program, which was given by the pupils of the vacation Bible school, which closed Friday, mostly was a demonstration of work in the schooj. Mrs. Holison's Mother Sl«k—. Mrs. D. T. Hobson was called to New Providence 'Saturday by news that her mother was sick. Her son Harold took her to 'Fort 'Dodge, and her son Orley from there. Futlier of Mrs. Heaney Sick- Mrs. J. T. Heaney was called to Prescott, Wls., Friday by news that her father was critically sick. Mr. Heaney took her, returning the same day. Junior League Wins Game — The second Junior League ball game was played here against Swea Oity last week Wednesday afternoon, and the locals won, '5 to 3. Methodist Picnic Is Planned— Plans are laid for a Methodist Sunday school picnic in the Elvidge grove this week Friday. A ball game and other sports are in prospect. Presbyterians Planning Picnic— The annual Presbyterian Sunday school picnic will toe held at Interlaken park next week Thursday. Juniors Win from Tltonlca The Junior League ball Thursday to the Mothers and Daughters club, 28 attending^! program: violin solo, Wayne Moore; song, Mesdames M. L. Dutton, C. Reaper, O. S. Moore, W. ii. ; Martin; recitations, Doris •Boren, Marion Zeigler, Phylls BOren; reading; Mrs. Addie Genrich; duet, Rena Bakken and Frances Larson. Flowers In containers are wanted for a joint club meeting June 22 at the Ambrose A Call state park. Mesdanies F. L. Miller, (F. L. Dutton, and George Boren have been appointed M. & D. yearbook committee for 1932-33. Other South Cresco; ; The Victor Applegates, Corwith, and the O. S. Moores were Sunday visitors at E. C. Potter's; also-the A! E. Spears, Fairmont, who came Saturday and went home Sunday, .Mrs. James iFlndley entered the Kossuth hosptial one day last week for medical attention. She_ has not recovered from a goiter operation ip February. Mrs. Annie Ph'illips recently returned from New York City, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. D. 8. Wildin. The State college, Ames, closed •Friday, and Charles Lindhorst came home for the summer. Vivian Morgan, Esther Casler, and Rena Bakken will enter the Algona high school this fall. Mrs. L. R. Wildin who suffered a heart attack a few weeks ago, is somewhat improved. Mrs. Alvin Nelson, Ringsted, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Potter, Friday. Lela Coltingan Was returned, to Clear Lake, after a visit at L. A. Vipond's. Mrs. Laurence Olson, R, N.,'worked all last week at the Kossuth hospital. iLewls Wildin Sr, is confined to his chair or bed nearly all the time. Dorothy Baylor will again teach the o. 2 school. CARS ARE LIKE HUMANS'says this Nu VISITING HOUR! E! lane leanu from Mr». Ckeiter Orchard, mune of Peoria, III, that fan, at troll at human*, need good care. Tke Orchard* have driven a Ford Model A 40,280 mile*. An Interview by LotU Creek j there is one sure way to fftfr* my baby to the< Henry Glaver, who has' been James McEnroe and John sick. ifc- Mahon .went to Chicago Sat«r,day night with cars of cattle and hogs. Ruth Miller -has returned .from Sutherland where she, spent two ' ' , weeks 'at BtbJe teaching.', l.orena Riclcajrfl one thumb, Cftu$e.d by a a fejpn on team played Titonka at Titonka Friday evening, and was defeated, 6-?. Other Burt Jfews. Myron Chipman, who had to come home for' a week or more because of sickness, returned to Ames Friday to complete his studies. Sarah Paine went down with him) to visit her uncle, 'Prof. .Frank D. Paine. The Oscar Andersons, Eau Claire, Wis., and 'Grandma Blelch, who lives with them, came Saturday for the week-end with the local Blelchs, and Grandma Bleich remained for two weeks. * The J. M. -Spradlinga, Sparta, arrived Friday to visit their daughter, Mrs. H. W. Trainer. Mr. Snrad- ling went home Monday, Mrs. Spra4- ling and'her son' remaining. The <J. C, CMddlngs fajnjly, Mrs. ! Matilda.Ward,,and Mrs, Ariel Hou- i gou,r visited the Ed' TujtUes, Albert ! Lea, Sunday,',ana Mrjp. ' manned for $ Jon&qy visit E. E. Paine- spent' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumack nter- tained at a miscellaneous shower Friday evening for Mr, and Mrs. Robert Dreyer's daughter .Lillian, who will be married to William Zumach next Sunday at the Lutheran church, in Algona, There were nearly lop guests. The honoree received iijany gifts. Local kitten ball team played Ringsted Sunday at the picnic grounds here. The Lotts Creek girls won, but the boys lost. This Was the 'boys' first game. Nick Gengler, accompanied by Reuben Leudtke, left Monday for | Chicago, trucking chickens. Alma; Jttaron, Dolllveir, came Sunday for a, few" weeks at Martin Meyer's ancl Nick dengter's. -' The two elder sons of Mr. ahd Mrs. August Lelsner, of Minnespta, are visiting at WUiam, Otto and Robert Leisner's. MARGARET LANE make it run smooth and give but there's never be«j| Reporter, London Daily Expreu no trouble. My husband put ,. ounce of engine trouble."" me up to it He insisted I use Iso.Vis and he was right." same. A clean system We drove fast and smooth ffff j»U" pro™ < •pells a clean bill of health, from her suburban home the t»o-VU hat demo And that goes for ears, as well, odd mile to the hospital. ^^P^S^^ AskMrs. Chester Orchard "What's wrong with thatrshe " * I " t " < ' of 716 \fest Maywood, Peoria, Illinois. She's both a nurse and and International Newt Service ANY NURSE will tell you the £\. "•o-od. pretty good, do^n't M eye on the health of her baby daughter. '1 don't know much about a c*r'i inside*," the admitted, ISO-VIS

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