Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1932
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Mftry pah led HCRi^visiiinis ! cvv r *""," P 7 ' '•'Uncney £). S^'^Wfcld«M re- lirf'wltn' them. H 'On 'the return it'IandoWn on ft dirt road nine " this elde-i of (Mallard the car i'ft.'ruti and'turned over. Rob ' i ribs broken.' > Mrs. Rob ,*,,ney suffered bruises, the boy rfunWuredVMrs. Mary Rtinchey . her right. firm broken. The j»d on her ' hind , retired 25 iifhes to close and one,finger was Trly severed. A passing car took , to a doctor, returning for the rfi All were brought home night. Two Mallard doctors here Monday In 'consultation Drs . John Kerteflck and P. V. e O f Algona. The arm was re- i and treated. .1 'Ira Button took \ to Mallard '^Monday.' • The car .repaired, and ( Was brought home Bitt to Married— daughter off Mr. and Mrs. M Ba'tt Sr., and Dwlght B;, eldest of Mr. aridiMrs.,B* H. Potter, married at'Si30 Saturday af- jn by the Rev. Mr. English at latter's home In Algona. George Helen Batt, brother and sister '"the bride, .were attendants. The wore blue georgette, and Helen The bride .Was born at ie and lived several years here, was a graduate of the Algona school. The bridegroom was and raised here, and 'waa em- this season by O. L. Miller, bridal couple spent Saturday at the Will Batt Jr. home at Sunday might at the Will it Sr. home nelgh'bors chai-ivarlud and ice cream and cake were . A shower will be given this •sday evening, at • the B. H. ;'*• Ktord Family [The Crawford reuniojj'was -held nday at Nelson' Crawford in Slttemorb, with 40 pres.-snr. Mr. I Mrs. Harry Crawford and son, City, Mo.; Nelda,Crawford, *, Sjoux City; Mr. and" Mrs. O. t Killer and Be'tty; Irvlngton, Mis. *»Mlller, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mr. and Mre. .f. L. Miller, Ir, and Mrs. E. C. Wllkins, the L. Ja'nd Norman Crawford 'families, i.of Algona;; Mrs. Oliver 'Roupe, Carrie Flnnell, Mr. and Mrs. ; Roupe, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton »k, the James and 'Roy ^Crawford mllles and George Crawford, all of lilttemore. ' •re on long Western Trip— | Mr. and Mrs. D. 'S. Wlldln, Mr. md Mrs. Floyd Bacon and the men's mother, Mrs. Anna Phil- were to leave this Wednesday i a trip west. Their -. first atop j with the latter's grandson,, Lese Wilcox, at Mitchell, S.' D., and at Honango, N. D., the .Black ' Hills, •ado. Larramle, Wyo., with the Dunne, and 'Guneson, Cal., ttth the Ed Hagies. The two lat- are daughters,- '"Mr*. ' r *PMHHps I remain for- the -winter. (lOttNtY APVANCB. Af^OMA, IOWA GRADUATES OF WESLEY I HOLDREl I6H NION the new atataVh — . • " 1S ys ' eu per cent P e r£e conteTat this year's stat? . Ch ° Sen ln ^ state * lde Whether health scores to compete for in Dea Moines Ledy ard School Board Lets Seven Bus Routes , Pit Leonard I Mrs, Pat Leonard,' who s has been i poor health for three ; or more died in her sleep • Saturday Ight, and was found at 3:30 by the imily of Joe Wydert. Mrs. 'Wyd'ert i a daughter. Funeral services were -'d Tuesday morning from the St. ielia'a Catholic church; and burial •made in'the .'Algona cemetery. brothers, ArthuiO'and Gerald lavanaugh, of Chicago, were, both i for the funeral. Picnic It H*U— [ A crowd of 160 picnicked Sunday kt the Call state park,, all former pmdante and folks now residing l«r the unused Methodist Falvvlew [torch, midway between at. Bene- "t and Corwith. - The day was en- >j>* i . <• . T back Other Sonth Cresco. , [Bterett Hedlund, Harry Bunding "4 Arlene Sundlng, who resigned «week f-om Graharo'« store, went » Ame* Friday. Everett haa rented n near there and' went on bual- Arlene remained tor another «.|wid will teach, ^ at;-pist. No,' 5, nuttowore township, this year. The en returned Saturday. I *M. Martha Potter,cam? Sunday TOW a visit with ^r.dautfjter, W rs. »x Miner, of IjlerWw, to her son, *8u»aay night. «?.£ "'Potter and "" ' " Ledyard, Aug. 9— All school bus routes but No. 7 have been let. Following are the drivers: No. 1, Lars Scaar; 2, Alvln Busch; 3, Charles Hllferty; 4, Roy Link; 5, Jack Welach; 6, Alfred O'Keefe; 8, Aeilt Troff; 9, Clifford Jenks. "'" Old timers In Visit Hero- Mr. and Mrs. John . MacAnmira Minneapolis, called on Mrs. Mary Tiilmoney Sunday morning. They are former residents of here, more than 30 years ago. They were en route to West Bend to see the grotto. Sunday School Class Entertained— Mrs. V. A. Barrett entertained her Sunday school class at her home last week Wednesday. The afternoon was epent at games; then all drove to Swea City for a picnic supper in a park. dj'flrdeV' Jj'oses, SIster-ln-Law— " ..- , Last week Tuesday Mrs. George Thompson .received word of,, the death of her sister-in-law, Mre. C R, Mason, Algona, at a hospital at Iowa City. The family attended the funeral at Algona, last Thursday. King's Heralds Making: Quilt— •• The' King's;' -Heralds met with their leader, Mrs. Edward Knoner, last week Wednesday,, They have a quilt nearly' finished, and 'are packing -a missionary box for foreign. .children. AT STATE FAIR Subulanc* In Eye— .vEdward friagge visited Doctor De- vlne a.t Bancroft last week Wednesday to ' have f ; something' ' removed from one eye which had got In while he was threshing, Joint Methodist Aid Meeting— This week Friday the Lakota- Ledyard Methodist W. F. M. S. will meet in, the church basement at Lakota. Mystery box questions will be answered. Pastor Off for Vacation— The 'Rev. Mr. Depplng, pastor of German "Reformed church, and his family left Sunday for a two weeks vacation at Decorah and Waukon. Canadians Make Visit Here- Mr. and Mrs. .pouglas McKenzie, Toronto,; and their, ^children, were 7 o'clock dinner' gue«s"' at.l.Edward Halvorson's last week Wednesday. Girls Hare Sewing Party- Henrietta O'Keefe and Alvlra Hal- vbrson entertained six girls at a sewing circle Friday afternoon . at the latter'e home. Lurolne Dome!! Seven; Party— •Luralne Darnell '. celebrated ;her seventh birthday by entertaining: 19 little friends Saturday, -She received many gifts. Other Ledyard News •Last we'«k Monday Mr. and Mrs. L, W. Weimer took Mrs. .Leroy An' ;r?.9 n *$ following ),: and^Jier, son. Where .s'iie', visited till to Wednesday, when Mrs. Anderson's sister, Mrs. Guy B. An derson, Ackley, and two daughters came. All are now visiting -the Wlemers, Mr. Wlemer being a brother of the women. . Geo. D. Moulton's staler and a niece, from Illinois, and Alice Moulton, and Winnlfred Friday spent from last week Monday till 'Friday at the Qkobojis, Mr. and Mrs, Afoul- ton and the girls were there Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Q. I. Mansmltn, of Bnrt< epent Friday at their daughter, Mrs. Fred Doraeys'. They formerly- lived here. The Porseys visited the Mansmlths last Thursday. ,,Elv}n Carpenter and Ruth Swart» zeli left for the latter's home at OUn Jast week Tuesday. They will attend the wedding Swartwll. a <?ovaln of Sunday. Jamw Welfare took and Mrs- Welfare's *l»- ter, Mrs. Ralph Johnson, to Ouck> eeV, Minn- Friday, and they visited there till Sunday. Le Roy Anderson. Waterloo, attended an alumni banquet at Weeley Saturday evening, and then came on .up for Sunday at fc. W. M Barrett. Wiemer. B, two xsh|ld,res rs. Des Moines, lit., Special: Bobby McCoen, charming ballet dancer who will appear each night in the huge musical spectacle "World On Parade" at the Iowa State Fair here. The famous New York Hip podrorae ballet, intact, will be brought to the fa'r to be featured in several brilliant scenes of the production. Thursday .with the former's parents at. T Buffalo Center. Eva Mjiude Wenzell, Swea City, and a girl friend came last Thursday to visit the former's father, William Wenzell. Mrs., Dore"Frech, Algona, and her daughter, who had been at 'Roy Link's, went home last week Wednesday. Last week Monday' Mrs, August Sprank moved into the old Charles Lester house, recently'purchased by L. C. Strand. ' ' . '• Mrs. Leroy Anderson, Waterloo, accompanied Frank Wiemer to the Okobojis Friday, returning Sunday evening, , ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank, Redlnger, of Des Moines, spent Saturday evening and Sunday with Mrs, Blanche Jenks. Mrs. Glen Tahnke's stoter, Helen Jenson, Buffalo Center, spent ..from last Thursday, till iSunday here, Mr, and Mrs, A. B. Laurltzen and Jerry went • to Klemme last week Wednesday, returning 'Sunday, The Methodist Aid will meet this week Thursday at the church, Mrs. Jcs. Mayne hostess. Mrs.'B. C. Campbell, Seneca, J vta- Ited at Leon Worden's and."Clifton Engelby's last week- Helen and Jfenneth Bargar, Lakota, visited at Edward Knoner's Friday evening, Milton Thompson and his wjfe returned to their home at Sioux City last Thursday. Mrs, Tlce Brack and -Aleltha .were at New Ulm, Minn., last -week Wednesday. Genevleve Kitley, Hardy, ' visited .at A. E. LaurlUen's las,t Wedneeday. Mr, and] Mrs, Albert Brand went to St. Paul last .Thursday, return- Ing Friday. Mrs. "Laabe, Wlnnebago, silent Friday with her sister, Mj-s. D, A- Carpenter.' Irene Dyer and the two Rotten man girls spent last week at neapoJIs. \ The V^rqute tlndseys, of 'Fenton, **- - "-*~i- ~—* * ^ Jesse o f - Wesley, Aug. 9—Members of the committee in charge of details for a banquet at'the Methodist church for high school alumni .'Saturday evening, may congratulate thehi- selves on its complete success. Three courses were served under direction of the Aid. The rooms were decorated In red, white, and blue, and the same colors were carried out in the menu. The program, | given coincident^, began with an ' Invocation by Silas Skow. Mayor Hutchison gave a speech of. welcome. Lester Lease was able master of ceremonies. , were seated by groups in chronological order, and the years represented were '99, '05, 'OS, MO, '12, '13, '14, '16. and '18 to '32, Inclusive. An effort had been made to reach all graduates, but a few could not be located. Seventy-eight persons attended, much less than half the total number of graduates. Old classmates exchanged recollections, speakers indulged In reminMcences, , and, all hugely enjoyed the event. ' •' .' Interesting talks on the history of the school and personal recollections were given by Roy Anderson and Supt. Swanson. A complete roll of graduates was read by Silas Skow, who gave their present locations and occupations. •Mrs. Hazel Gerdes and Mrs. Nina Ranck rendered piano solos, and Mrs. Jack «averly played for group singing. Interesting letters were sent by many not attending, and some were from recent graduates, but the list included bygone students such as Dr. Guy B. Anderson, Hazel Finn, Lillian Harwood. Ida Irish, and others. The entire graduating class of '99 was present, and It consisted of Roy Anderson, Waterloo, and Eva Aldrich Cruise, Wesley. Three of Mrs. Cruisers children were present in their proper groups. Towns besides Wesley represented were Algona, Waterloo, Williams, Titonka, Mason City, Ames, Minneapolis,, Galesburg, Jll., and Rockledge, Fla. : • ' ..,. : ,-.;,, At a business meeting an alumni association was formed, and Marearet Looft was elected president, Florence Hansen, -secretary, and John Hutchison, treasurer. Parish Basement Is Completed— A group of members will entertain St. Joseph parish .Sunday evening, and all will .be given an opportunity to inspect the "hew" basement. It has recently been painted, and partitioned into main hall, kitchen and furnace room. Members of the parish have been' divided into three groups, and- will J.-, take turns in entertaining until .cold weather. Cards i will be the entertainment, and lunch will be served. A group of women cleaned the basement Thursday afternopn. Pastor Attends Bible Institute— The Rev. Mr, McNulty attended the Bible Institute at 'the Okobojis Friday and Saturday, and took with him Irwin Haynes, Clare McCall, and Bernard Erdman, ,boys' : who, along with Harley 'Haynes,and Mr, McNulty, recently painted the Methodist .church basement. The walls are very pa|e green, and the celling ivory. The Bible study class meets this week Tuesday evening, and studies -Revelations 4. Loofts In Family Beunlon— Mrs. Bertha Looft and. her daughters Margaret, ' Grace, and Johnette attended a Looft family reunio% at Ambrose A. Call state park in Algona Sunday. .Sixty-three persons were ( present, and towns 'represented were'Wesley, Ledyard, (Lakota, Bancroft, Swea City, Armstrong, Seneca, Fenton, Burt, Renwlck, Des Moines, .Lu .Verne, and . Toronto, Can, Produce Station In Moved— The Swift Produce. Station, run by James Lloyd, Monday was being moved by state' employes east andva little south..on the same lot, to East Main, street,, in Colby's addition. This is one move in the process of. clearing the way for the new portion of Highway No, 60. Alumni Banquet Yields $48— The Methodist Aid took In $48.65 at the Alumni banquet < Saturday evening. A charge of 60 cents per plate was made, one-sixth of which goes to the Alumni to defray expenses; the remainder belongs to the Aid. I OLDEST IQWHXIIBIToT James Hethershaw, oldest Iowa State Fair exhibitor, Is shown here sampling one of the giant, prize melons which he la entering In competition for the more than $7,000 cash premiums offered for farm, orchard and garden products at the State Fair In Des Molnes this month. Mr. Hethershaw has exhibited at the state fair for 52 consecutive years. He is 92 years old. He began his career of prize winning at fairs nearly flfty years ago when he shipped livestock from England to Australia for exhibition at leading fairs in the southern hemisphere. Officials here say that the agricultural exhibits at the state fair this month will be among the largest in the exposition's history. This is held every year on the Evangelical 'association, camp, grounds. Mrs. Braley returried Sunday night from Emmons, Minn., where she. has been helping care for her mother, Mrs. Emmons, sick many months. She 'was slightly improved when Mrs. Bralsy left. Isabel Kerrins, telephone "central," is taking a vacation, but to spending most of it at home. Hannah Nelson and Dorothy Goetz are in charge of the office. Mrs. Minnan and . her daughter, Mrs. Laterno, both Sioux City,; called on an old friend, Mrs. Laux, on their way home from Buffalo Center Monday morning. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur 'Fisher last week Wednesday evening: Mrs. Bleich and Marjorle Ann returned from the hospital last Thursday. .'••'•'' ••:'., Sunday the Jos. Meurers vlsi'ted Mr. Meurer' 8r., at Whittemore. He is not reqovering jvell from a fracture of the leg 'suffered in June. •'•: The John Amesburys, accompanied by Lee Hopkins, Algona, visited at Albert Lea Sunday, with Mrs. Elizabeth ^Amesbury and Clara. •Mae Sherman; private secretary to .a;supreme court judge at St. Paul, attended the alumni banquet Saturday, night. ' Russell and Richard Lawsbn are attending 'the. .Citizens', Military camp at Des Molnes, ' ' The Viggo 'KUlaholiM visited friends a.t Alta, Saturday and Bunday. ' , LAKOTA PLANS TO OBSERVE SAUERKRAUT DAY SEPT. 30 .Lakota, Aug. 2—A meeting 'last Week Monday night at the town hall decided to celebrate Sauerkraut day Saturday, September 30. Ray Meyer Was elected chairman, and Dr. Williams secretary, and chairmen of divisions are: Concession manager, Harold. Pierce; sauerkraut and wieners, Sid .Lindsay; entertainment, Dr. H. 11. Murray; sports, Harry 'Mussman; advertising, E. N. Clemans; music, W. E. Gutknecht; finance committee, A. C. Schlssel and Ray Smith. St. Benedict Threshing will be completed In this territory this week if the weather permits. Some runs are finished. The oats are yielding fairly good. Mrs. Clifford Dehnert and children, of St. Paul, are visiting at the former's home for a time. The E. F. Arndorfers, accompanied by Christine Elsenbarth, spent last week Monday evening at Frank Elsenbarth's. < Mr.- and Mrs. William Arndorfer and eon Philip spent Sunday afternoon at the Ben, Capesius home. Amelia and .', Lenore . Arndonfer came Home' Sunday' 'morning' 'from Waterloo and Ackley, where they had been visiting. _ Mr. and Mrs. August Fehr spent Sunday evening with the latter's mother, Mrs. Rosa Arndorfer. The Dominic Stufllcks visited at August Harlg's and Charles Stuf- lick's Sunday. ; . . . Mrs. Clyde Conner and daughter of Des Molnes, will return the last of this week. She had been spending- about two months here with her mother, Mrs..Eva Garmann. Lorraine Husehka. who had been assisting with the housework at the Ben Capesius home, returned home Sunday. • John Augustine and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Perry, of Belvlew, Minn., were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fehr; They also visited with other relatives of John's here, and then left for Clear Lake and Mason City to visit a short time with relatives of Mr. Perry. The Leo, Henry; and Mike Arndorfer families, accompanied by Mrs. Clara Erdmann, and mother, ' M r s f 'Victoria. Arndorfer, drove to Clarion Sunday to .visit "a«son..,.and brother Ed Arndorfer.' Mrs. Clara Erdmann, of Denver. Colo., came with some relatives of hers from Akron, Colo., making the trip by car and arrived last week Monday at Clarion to visit a brother,. Edw. Arndorfer. After visiting a few days there Mrs. Erdmann came to St. Benedict to • visit her mother, ..Mrs. Victoria Arndorfer, and brothers and other relatives. Friday .Mrs. Erdmann, accompanied by her mother, visited relatives here; •She.-ami the .;6ther;foik's; left ; . again Tuesday for their home in V; Colorado. Mr. and Mrs, Dominic Bruxer and children, of Chicago,, and Mrs. .John Marso and daughter, of Waukeeha. 'Wis., are spending about a week with the G. (J. Studers and other relatives. : . .• '•''• '; • '' : . <3. ; G. Studer and a number of men drove to Lost Island Tuesday spending a day fishing. . '• —:—*•"— ; —""-'.• •'.••• Fenton Woman Dies. 'Fenton, Aug. 9—Mrs. William Jentz died at her home northeast of town Sunday forenoon,-following a recent operation for removal of a large,tumor. Funeral services will be held this week Tuesday at St. John's Lutheran church. WANTED —OLD TIRES AND tubes, |1.50 allowance for each tire and tube now in service, on new G. 4 J.'s. $2.69 exchange and up, 8- ply tire plus tube.—Gamble Stores. 29-48 . spent the Keefe's. The Ralph Heifers, Granada. MJnn., spent Sunday at Leon W?r-. den's. 'W. E. Wlemer left Friday ^for Redding, returning Monday. The Ray Wentworths spent 1 }ast week (Monday at SHverslde. f The Kev. Father Sturro % new phjjyrotef 8«d#n,. ' •, Jajpes Mayne Sr, ^ Jn p.Qojr Other Wesley flews. Mr. and Mrs,. Wiyne Swioton.arid thejr twp T y'ear-'pld' son Stanley, 'WhOj, had been visiting- Wayne's mother at Horton, came last week-Wednesday to visit Mrs. Swinton's parents, Mr. and Mrs, A. E. Giddlngs, two weeks. Mr. Swinton, who teaches social science .in high echopl at Galeaburg, 311., haa been studying Iowa City this summer, working for his master's degree. Studer, formerly Wesley, daughter of the late Amandus Studer, visited Lucille Kunz over Sun* day, and attended, the banquet, Lillian is cashier at the Hanford hotel, Mason Pity. The John Hutchisons and Henry Ifunzes picnicked at AU gona. The B. R. §waneons vlaited at Rowan, where they formerly taught. The Guy M, Butts visited 'at Plymouth Sunday. Mrs, Butts' sister, Mrs- Palsy Qjeafon, Mo«j\d City, Jtt,, haft vjslted her' B.ince _ %-'*--recently 'ot were expected Monday ev*n- White's Grocery Week-End BROOMS - Little Polly 69c SALMON-Tall pink, 3 cans 28c POST BRAN-TWO for . . i9c OATMEAL-Urge pkg . 13c MATCHES-6 boxes 16c RAS1NS-4 pound* 39c COOKlES-Fancy 2lb bag . 29c CATSUP-Large bottle 2 for 19c ing to visit Fred's sister. Mrs- Butts. ' The family te on J{|( way to Seattle, to l«ake 'Us permanent home, . • f iMftrgaret 'Lopft Je|t aof, ^m^ yop owi«r t? 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BACH L_ BABS THE NEW STYLE CAKE P&G WHITE NAPTHA and CRYSTAL WHITE We Thank You for your patronage and hope our products merit your continued patronage. i j •*• i i Remember the station where ] will always be sure to get 1 *^^j f • i "Qualify for ALGONA MARKETING co. Cory ell Products • >• ''\*, iflfi ~<j'W.jr, Dads Playmate is feeling fine again — Thanks Jo A .i o'clock on •cold winter UPK^IKt -fi * «wd • telephone, It M • W

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