Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 23, 1932
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ry %** Ovid's Oreatesl fllh 31st lona Wentworty! ,,X ISSrd Pauline Browning: Serve I In the Days'of Thy Youth, __ Attentofcc*'' '4%-' f^ , Methodist Bible, school Closed with a total attendance Jof 45 „ average of 36. The teacher*, ev and Mrs.n Johnsoh, ! Mesi y a hnke 'and Knonef, , and Hamqulst and Clematis, of „„ wert complimented on their | 'children wild) \ attended the every day' are.Evelyh Mayne, Welfare, Edith .Logan, Alvira rs »ii, Henrietta O'Keefe, Betty " Arden iLloyd, John, ' Lillian, Je and lona Wentworth, Lewis Marvel Halvoreon, Howard fpaul D unn ' . Strand, Barnes, and Duane Thomp- IDniton Iteunlon In Algona— lay the 26th annual reunion j Button family was ;held at Those attending from, here I'tie Leon and Gene •' Wordens, j e r Duttons, Clifton' Engelbys |Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rltcher. Sev\ were present. . j Enjelbart Rennton— # J tJIary Poppy,'Maurln'e Poppy, , A. NItz family, and Mrs. Ella iiu and girls attended the En- reunion at Eldora last day. I Wcrdcn leaves Hospital— j Leon Wordens were in Al- last Sunday. Mr. Worden's , J. B. Worden, was brought ! Gene Worden home near; El- KOBgOTH COMMIT ADVANCE, ALdONA. IOWA % Crccfc, Farmer's Bride Creek, June 21-A church wedding took place day afternoon at 2 o'clock at pretty on Sun- the ...... L °ulse, .daughter of and Mrs. Robert Dreyer, became the bride of William, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach. 'The Rev. P j Branef officiated at the single rine 2M& % ^J™* * a larg'e Meetings will Thursday In with Mrs. E. Flcne. be Keld the second each month. , Sthmlels Visit In Wisconsin— Teacher and Mrs. Schmlel, Esther, Uuth, and Edgar, lefl Friday moi-nlng for Walertown, WIs., where Mr srtm SCmtel ot and friends wore a bride was dressed In an ankle length gown ; of white lace and ? ,!?",* twh . lte Velt ' 8no «rrled a bridal bouquet of pink roses and ferns. Her sister, Leona, her bridesmaid, wore an ankle length tan silk dress and wore a corsage Following the ceremony a wedding supper was served at the home of Ihe bride's parenls lo 140 relatives and friends. They will be at home with Ihe bridegroom's parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach. Lutheran Women Organize Aid— A number of women met last Week Wednesday afternoon at the Lutheran school and organized a Ladles' Aid with 17 members. The Aid has been named after the church, "Tmmanuel Lulheran. Officers elected are Mrs. E. .Flene, president; Mrs, Alex Radlg, vice president; Mrs. Wm. Fuerstenau, secretary; Mrs. H, F. Millag,. treasurer. Mrs. Herman Ketsner and Mrs. Emil Laabs are on the commltlee for the sick. Members present were Mrs, Richard Potratz, Mrs. Herman Rels- ner, Mrs. Noah Relsner, Mrs. John Kohlwes, Mrs. Fuerstenau, Mrs. Nick Gengler, Mrs. Harold Smith, Mrs. August Pljahn, Mrs. August Peril, Mrs. E. Fiene, Mrs.' Wm. Schmiel, Mrs. Ferdinand MIttag, Mrs. Edward Kressln, Mrs. Alex •Radlg, and Mrs. Emil Laabs. The first meeting will be held July 14 Lutheran convention. The Schmiels will visit theli- son Gerhard. They went toy auto, and expect to be gone a week. Other Letts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes, son Arlln, and Mr. and Mrs. Everetl Dreyer, son Derrell Don, drove to Welcome, Minn., Saturday and returned Sunday, atlendlng ihe funeral of a friend, An error in last week's Issue said the Rlngsled boys' killenball learn won .from Ihe Lolls Creek boys. Instead the local boys and girls both won from Rlngsted. Edna Polratz enterlalned Sunday guests In honor of her birthday Present were Mabel Leutke, Lorena Meyer, Luella Meyer, iLeda Polralz Mrs. Albert Kressln accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Augusl Mlelke lo Northwood, Minn., a -week ago Sunday, returning last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lteb and Mr. and Mrs. Adam Lieb visited Mrs. Edward, Lleb's parents near Whittemore. last Thursday. Nick Gengler, accompanied by •Noah Relsner, trucked poultry ;to Chicago. They left last week Tuesday and returned Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kressin, of Watertown, WIs.. are visiting/.here on : their honeymoon at the Edward and Albert Kressin's. Lillle Mai-Ion and Caroline Hinlz are visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Mary Mittag, in Fenton. A thresh'ers 1 meellng was held Friday evening at Wm. Meyer's. |C«ncelg July Meeting— «Methodist Aid met ; wlth, Mrs. i Moullon last Thursday af- m, and voted to have no meet- lih July. A collection, of ?4 was > Ztelsk'e Wins 4-H Pin— t Tuesday at the Farm Bu| picnic at Algona, Irene Zielske Ived a pin in recognition of her landing work In ,4-H , activities. I Tahnkeg Attend Reunion— s Glen Yahnke family attended 'reunion at Wells, Minn., J week Wednesday. More than (were present. I Foot Becomes Infected— rice Siefer-t has been suffer- itlT infection in her foot • slnqe on a rusty wire. , [Other Ledyard News. wing this program six young i were token Into the'.church, |fee$rowning, j O na, Pearle and "1 Wentworth, Doris ''Welfare Ufcnrletta O'Keefe, ' ",.. , "r Olson, daughter, of Mr. and Olson,'accompanied'her , Mrs. Johhaon, of Ells,'*o a lake west of Mlnneapo- »spend a week. , [ 4 * , Alice Junklns/iand 'Betty ner came from Omaha teat Monday. Betly has,been with launt the past year and attended ARMY WORMS ARE ACTIVE ON FARM NEARJWEA CITY •Swea City, June 21—Army worms have destroyed-several acres of corn on the Otto A. Jenson farm, a mile west and a mile north of Swea City. (Flocks of blackbirds and pheasants gathered and fed on the worms, but made no Impression. Furrows plowed around the plot stopped .the worms from traveling to other fields for the worm cannot crawl over the ridge. Mrs. William Doocy Fusses— Mrs. Wm. Doocy, 75, four miles northeast of town, died Friday morning. _ Mrs. Marie Hlgglns Baker was bora in Illinois and came to Iowa in her early life. Eight children, besides her husband, survive: Mrs. Catherine Baker, Daws'on, Minn., Mrs. George Robinson, Ban- crofl, Mrs. Mike Baker, John, Tim, Swea Cily, Wm. ..and George at home. Funeral services were held in Sacred Heart church at Ledyard Monday and burial was made in Ihe -Bancroft cemetery. 1 at Omaha, and Mother" Jenks; ,Mrs. Uunklns, of Omaha, «nd,Mrs. ay were Sunday' 'dinner i of the Joe Jenks, in Ostermann came home'.last from Fayette, where he at*• college last' year, ,,He . i» * the summer here. ' ' 'toner went to.Headhig Frt- lp ta. grandmpther, Mwi TfU' (.Accompanied him V>. Am e» i her son John." / , ' my Raney, of Xlvertnore, ""iflter came 'J*it he jfjjrrett. I* •mjf * ***• 1 v—ji^pvfMi W*** *fl»^» w '(Mrs, Blanche Jenk*Vnd Mrs. relatives at Methodists Hold Loyalty Day- Sunday was Loyalty day In the Methodist church here, and morning 'services had special music, , both orchestra and vocal. At noon a picnic dinner was to be held at the Park, but rain prevented and dinner was eaten in the church dining room. An afternoon service was held featuring special music and a sermon by the Rev. Mr. Snyder, pastor of the Methodist church in Fenton. Anti-Saloon Leader Speaks— The Rev. H. D. Richmond, of Des Moines, representative of the Anti- Saloon. .League, gave an address Sunday evening In the Methodist 'church to a full house. He spoke on 'why some people want the 18th amendment repealed, and conditions before and after the passing of the amendment, Hold'Party at Shelter House—, Last Thursday, evening 16 young people, mostly returned college students, held a party in the shelter house in the Call park at' Algona The evening .was spent dancing and playing bridge. TJie shelt|r house was considered an ideal place to hold the informal party. Kolluch Ig Married- Tuesday morning at the Catholic church at Bancroft occurred the marriage of Lucille Kollasch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Henry JCplJasoh, and Walter KoqHler, son 'of, Mr, 'and Mrs. Nick Kockler. Lu- tjjllle 1 was graduated from the 'Swea City high' school this year, Lutheran Pastor Confirms ft— - The Rev. R. O. HJehnoland, of t 3eth}ehena Lutheran cl-urch, Sunday confirmed the following class: Alpha glmmone, Lela Cassem, 'Ernest Knud, pen,'. John Knudson.- Edwin Cassem, Leslie Cassem, and Maxlne Peter- A, Yomiir h Stricken- i A- ?OWB, mother of J, Young, was stricken with paralysis lagt weeK Wednesday. She te visit-- Ing'he'r daughter, Mrs. Messenger at 4\gom Lel* Joung is caring for ^grandmother, Little improve- Oilier Swe* 'Qale Kejrter, from Minnesota U-, the Gharjes ^M Mrs. Franls visKed Jenks home Canals burg, '8-7 «,t Bmmptsburf. of Bancroft played ft to take trftining St. Benedict .Last week Tuesday at 8:30 a. m. at the local Catholic church took place the marriage of Erma Arndorfer to Walter Llchter, of Algona. They were attended toy Lorraine, sister of the bride, as bridesmaid, and Magnus, brother of the bridegroom, as best man. A wedding breakfast was served, at the bride's parental home. In the evening a dance was given by 'the newlyweds at the Klelnpeter hall, Wesley, and next day they left -for a honeymoon trip to points In northern Minnesota. They will live at Algona. There ;will be a bazaar at the Catholic church grounds here next Sunday and Monday. Supper will be served both nights by the women. Many amusements will be provided. Adelaide Eisenbarlh, Algeria, spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. E. F. Arndorfer. , Mrs.: Louis Weaver, Sherwood, N D. and her daughter Lois spent a few days here last week with relatives. O. B. Hott, Titonka, spent Sunday with the J. O. Downs and N. Raskopf families. Mr.,.and. Mrs. Julius Seller drove to Dolliver Saturday for Sunday with the Martin Bleichs. Mrs. Bleich and Julius-are sister and brother. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Arndorfer and their new baby, Theresa Ann, spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs, JUlian Arndorfer. TWO LU VERNE FAMILIES IN GET-TOGETHER Lu Verne, June 21—:The annual Thompson-Merrlam reunion was held, Sunday at Peter Thompson's here, 66 attending. Fourteen families represented were the Harry and Albert Merrlams, Corwlth! Mr. and Mrs. S. ft. Merrlam and Ada, Mrs., Kattle Burllngame, the Harold Stephensons, Algona; Mrs. John Bellinger, Bolivia, Mo.; Mrs. Ed Pederson, Mrs. Clarence Bellinger, daughier Mabel, Minneapolis; the Berl Thompsons, Alden; the George Thompsons, iLedyard; the Bernard Thompsons, Lakota; the Fay Thbmpsons, Eagle Grove; and the Will and Allen Thompsons and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thompson, Lu Verne. A basket dinner was served and at a business .meeting Bert Thompson was elected president; Peter Thompson, vice president; Mrs. George Thompson, secretary; Lee Cole,'treasurer. The picnic Is always held on the third Sunday In June, and it Includes the families of Peter Thompson and ,hls sister, Mrs. S. R. Merrlam. / Peltzkes In Fam;ij Reunion— A Pellzke reunion was held at George Peltzke's, Clear Lake, 'Sunday, 40 atlendlng. A picnic dinner was served at noon, and a program was given: violin duet, Dwlghl and Keith Stone,- Mason City; readings, Loreen and 'Phoebe Anderson, Clear Lake; reading, Mrs. Charles Stake, iRlcevllle; reading In costume, Clarice Paul, Ricevllle. George Peltzke, Clear lLake, was elected president; Herman Peltzke, Clear Lake, vice president; Mrs. George 'Nlssen, Iowa Falls, secrelary-lreasurer. The nexl picnic Is lo be held al the old family-home at Ricevllle.on the third Sunday in June. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Peltzke attended -from Lu Verne. Phillips Brother Near Death— S. F. Phillips and his son John left Saturday for Omaha, to be joined there by a brother of the former from Illinois, another brother from Indiana, and a sister at Omaha and thence to Fremont, Neb., where another brother was lying at' the poinl of death. Mrs. 'Phillips, convalescing from a recent operation at Algona, is being cared for by her sister, Mrs. T. L. Irwin, Oak Park, ' 111., who '; with her Rev. Mr. Irwin, is Phillips home. husband, the visiting at the College Students Return Home— Among those who returned home from college and teaching are Vera Tiede, -Iowa stale college, Ames; Florence Barton, who was graduated from Cornell; .Marie Fritzman, Evangelical college, Naperville, 111.; Carl and Ellen Lang, Western.,Union, Le Mars; Ralph Diekoff, Cornell; William Reddel, a graduate from Concordla seminary, St. iLouls; Walter Reddel, who teaches at Gurley Neb.; Esther Fritzmeier, Lena; Dolores Woito, Onawa; Milton Wolto, Bancroft. Visitors From Chicago Here—Mr, and Mrs. Don Llchty, accompanied by Harold Llchty, who had visited them, arrived at C. H. Lichty's from Chicago Saturday, an<J a family dinner for the J. L. Llch- lys, the Lee Lichtys, the P, C. Lich- tys, the Harry Lichtys, and Grace Lichty took place Sunday. Don J. L., and Evan left Monday for Cass Lake to Join a fishing party]] composed of C. H. Lichty, Al ,arid Mllo Miller, and Scott Hanna. They ejected 'to be gone ten daya. Pastor's Daitfhter l« Brtte— In Sukday's b. M\ Register the Kev. and Mrs. David Lang announced the approaching marriage, of their daughter Ellen to Paul ' B., son of the Rev, and Mrs. H- C. Farley, MoWeaqua, 111., Wednesday at the. .this week 'Evangelical church, JLu Verne, the ReV. Mr. Lang, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Farley, officiating. The couple will be at home at Bristol, S. D., after September 6! Kitchen lost. In Fire— The firemen were called to the Chris Nygaard's lasl Thursday -at noon. While Mrs. Nygaard was preparing dinner flames burst through the kitchen wall. The kitchen was a room bulll on, and It was burned, but the flames were extinguished before the main part ot the house was much damaged. lllble Schools Are Closed— The Melhodlsl and Presbylerlan Bible schools closed Friday. The Presbyterians had a picnic dinner on,,the Irvln Chapman lawn, and the afternoon was spent at games and In practice for Children's day- next Sunday. The Methodisls had a picnic. Monday at the Bowman country home. Takes "Training 1 for Coach— , Milton Woito left Dululh lo attend coaches two weeks Saturday a school for for in -'preparation for his work as coach at Wesl Bend nexl fall. He was accompanied as far as Minneapolis by, Byron Jones, who will spend the real of the summer there with his sister, Mrs. Ben Farley. Former Ottoseu Farmer Dies— The Archie Sanfords allended Ihe funeral of Mrs. Sanford's uncle, Ludwlg Kallurn, al Thor last Thursday. Mr. Kallurn came to America fom .Norway at 21, and after a>,few years in Illinois and Iowa purchased a .farm hear Ollosen. He moved to Thor In 18&6 and was 70 at .death. Good 1Vm Clnb PUnft.Mullt— The Good Will clUb met at Mrs. Mike Stripling's last Thursday, 18 members attending. The club Will make a patchwork quilt, each member furnishing-pieces of print. The next meeting will be held July 21at Mrs. J. J, Wadleigh's, Mrs. Paul Blumer assisting. David Gardner Again Patient— .. David Gardner, Who had been at home for some time', recuperating from a mastold operation performed at Klrksvllle, Mo., had another operation at Mercy hospital, Fort •Dodge, Saturday, and is gelling along well. Minister Here for Visit— 'Dr. and Airs. Waller Irwin, oE Oak Park, 111., arrived a week ago Sunday for. a visit with' Ihe latter's sister, Mrs. S. F. Phillips. Dr. Infln, a Presbyterian church minister, occupied the pulpit at Ihe local Pres- bylerlan church'. H«be Unhurt In Fall— , Darlenei, 4-year-old, daughter ot the Glen Godfreys, Fort Dodge, recently fell 16 feel from an upstairs window in -their homo,' bul escaped Injury. --...Mrs. Pergande Loses Appendix Mrs.' Carl Pergande was taken to Fort Dodge early last week Sunday morning and submitted lo an emergency appendicllls operation. Other La Verne News. The Irvin Chapmans had as guests Friday night the Rev. J. G. Kennedy, Los Angeles, the Rev. and Mrs. J. M. .Kennedy, Swanahoa, N. C., Barbara Mbseley and her daughters, Mrs. Clara Kennedy, and Geo. Kabele, of Goldfleid. . Florence Barton accompanied a party of -friends including Dr.. Mid- klff. Carl and Miss Jean Midklff on a trip to Colorado for a two-weeks vacation last week. Harry .Hoepner is -visiting,at the parental William Hoepner home. He has beert broadcasting from a radio station In Omaha. The-Max 1 Pattersons are enjoying a visit from Mrd. Patterson's father .and Ulster, D. D. Broadle and Sally, of Granger.- ' Relatives have received word of the birth of a son to the Everett Thompsons, Lake City, last week Monday. Gwenetha Jones has been teaching Vacation Bible school two weeks In the country,. heal- 'Mallard) The Burdette Agards from a. visit with Iowa, < tlveg last Week Wednesda Gerald Eugene is the ha son born to Mr, and Mrs. < Hams last Thursday. Elsie ,Haswe11 had an au of household goods, books, urday evening. The Frank Sruns, Lyle, * Ited last week at U. S. Gr Kirsch's Laundry Thrifty At only Per Lb. Everything washed—flat work Ironed. This bargain laundry service saves you money and gives you a holiday. Yes, we mean just that! Go wherever you want to go—do whatever you like to do. No more hours of work and worry in a steamy basement! Thrifty Service gives you so much for so little—you can't afford not to use It. Everything you send is washed. Wearing apparel is returned all ready to iron. Plat work— the table-cloths, napkins, towels, sheets, pillow-cases >—all beautifully ironed. And flat work, you know, is the biggest and hardest part of the bundle. Thrifty gives you a holiday—Thrifty gives your pocketbook a chance to celebrate, too! Just try it. Telephone—we'll send lor your bundle. PHONE 267 Sheer Summer Frocks For Every Informal Occasion YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME at Algona, Iowa Friday, Saturday and Monday Specials 100 LB, , BAG-,,—- iO LB. $4.05 44c P^ANTATIOJT PINEAPPLE Pull,ripe fruit in syrup. ' Crushed and sliced, you can't do home canning at so low a cost. LARGE iNo. 21-2 cans, 5 LB. Gouncil Oak CaUup, 8 oz. bottle _ 9c BOURBON PBABERBY- ; 3 POUNDS FOR _^..^ r t- 'COUNQ?L OAK COFFEE 35c 29c Superb Br«ndMillt, tall _, 5c UHOPT BEER . Bull Bri»|, PuriUn Malt, can $1.98 Developed in sheer voiles, cool eyelet batiste and eyelet blouse with plain skirts. Large and small dots; floral and figured print patterns. Light colors galore and plenty ; of the' darker* shades. Short sleeve, sleeveless styles. Sizes 16 to 20, 36 to 52. c Palmetto Cloth Plain Colors 29c A non-cling cloth with fine 'smooth finish for princess slips, bloomers and fancy pillows. - Linen Toweling 15c Steven's bleached or unbleached, all linen crash, yard- Bleached Muslin 10c Excellent quality and weight, full bleached, yard wide. Rag Rugs 39c 24x48 Hit and Miss; Crofoot border. A real value. > Ruffle Curtains 79c Assorted styles and color- ings'to make your selection from—quality fabrics t -Blower priced. - • C ' \ ' '. ' * Lunch Cloths covers with cojore 4 twred now at prices, r 2 Amazing Groups of DRESSES Smart Wash Crepes with contrasting jackets! , Gorageous Rough Crepes in Exquisite solid colors! Stunning Prints in figured and leaf patterns ! Sporty White Dresses with striped jackets! Monotone Prints on light Summery backgrounds! Bright scarfs . .. pleats .. scallops ... embroidery! Values that you'll agree are extraordinary! _ t ^ i s. = i - t New Rough Crepes for vacation! Cool, fashionable Sheers in gay prints 1 Striking Sport Dresses for tennis, gojf t 'hiking! • . > , -/' '; '/"r^ Clever jacket ftyle. for every OCCM- ' PopuUr white model*— exquisite summer colors! >( " ' Ch*rming Capelet ' 1 " ' KJt ' .>».«»«/'V .' i , i v Magmficent color bl N ' v»vij»l>vf ' ^"•TjA' "" " >V L -' •\s*v, i ?A-. Sport Hats New Panamas $1.95 All new, smartest and most advanced models are featured here in white hats. Ladies Pure Silk Hose 49c A pure silk hose in five new Spring shades; has the narrow French heel; best hose value this season. ' Low Price on Flat Crepes 776 40 inches wide; • silk and rayon* constructions in the • wanted plain Spring colors AU Silk Pongee . 19c You'll find only the first 1 quality at Graham'^— comes in natural shade '«1 Wash For girls 8, to 14 49c 98c Just , the.' smartest frocks you can ever imagine at these low prjces^ Sleeveless and cape sleeve !\ styles with jTlare. skirts ^ delightful summer fabrics. Dinner Self 32 Pieces $3.98 *• ' _t ,* i .A i. » ^ ,^H , yuj, these f^ncy decorate4 terns. ^ , ,•,'. fw^ * i 1 *« ift^l

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