Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 23, 1933 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 23, 1933
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gttttftsDAYt WESLEY S3. lfl<J3. WOMAN 45 YEARS JIES FEB. 14TH Wesley, Feb. 21 — Friends were shocked toy the death of Mrs. Swen Nelson 'last week Tuesday, following a brief Illness. The day before she seemed improving. Funeral sor- rtoes were conducted by the Rev. Mr Bernsten at the Congregational church tart Thursday, with burial was born In Sweden 1888. In Wesley. husband •Hanson ' edly and was married April 20, 1891 the Nelsons came to flhe was a member of the local Scan,n Congregational church, charter member of the Prla- -;;,„ phoebes, the Congregational Xw, whose first meeting was held at her home. , she Is survived toy her nnd three daughters: Mrs. Johanna Mrs. Caroline Seefeld, and „».. nil here> Another daugh- Mrs. Mary Spltler, died in .1921. There are 12 grandchildren and eeven great-grandchildren; also a slater In Sweden. Boy Spltler, of Klemme, and Mrs. Carl 'Fritz, Brltt. attended the funeral. —. ' • gtndcrg In Family 0« Brother and sister met unoxpcct- last Thursday, when Ed Stu- Excelsior, Minn., arrived at Nathan Studer's, and Mrs. Bertha Rltschmeler, Iowa Falls, came half an hour '"tor. Ed was accompanied by his eon (Louis;-Bertha by her •children, Maurice/Clara, Edna. The (Ritfichmelers went home Friday. Ed and his father drove to Mallard Saturday to visit the elder Mr. Studer's brother August. They cnme back via Trvington and St. Benedict, and at St. Benedict visited Gregory, another brother. Ed drove to Mrs. (Ritschmeler's Sunday, but was to return for installation at the church this week Wednesday. ' Party Given— The Legion and Auxiliary met jointly last Thursday evening, the Auxiliary in charge. (Following a business meeting, "500" was played, and prizes were won by Mrs. Will Carman, George Hlrner, Halvor Flom Jr., and Mrs. Leo Blelch. A hard times party was given In connection, and prizes for the best costumes were won by Mrs. Garman and John Hutchison. The Auxiliary will hold a work meeting this week Friday, and at 4:30 will listen to a proe^am broadcast from TVOI. Wesley will entertain at a quarterly county Auxiliary Tuesday, March 7. Mrs. Theron Hansen Honored— Mr. and Mrs, 'Raymond Hansen arranged a surprise birthday party for Mrs. Theron Haneen at (Raymond's Sunday. Guests were the Theron Hansens, the Carl and Hans Swea City H. S. Quint Ends Season Unbeaten KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA Swea City, (Fob. Zl-'LotA wook was a big week for basketball in Swea City. Tho Cardinals dofcatort Brlcclyn Thursday 4,1 .-20; Mallard, at Armstrong, Friday, 46-33; , t nd Ceylon at Ceylon, 'Sunday 65-21. This week they play sn , ]ey flt m '_ ley, and Kponcor a t Kftthervllle next Tuesday. Thi« game was postponed from two week« ago Tho 4 CORNERS M, & D. CLUB POSTPONED MEETING IS HELD . . , .»„». uiu Four Corners. Fob i rr\, n T?™,T high school team defeated Plover at | Corners M & n M, i » ^ Plover last week Tucstlay 27-"r, ln L,, ' Cll ' b met ]flst one of the best high school games or Thursdav wllh Mrs. Maud Robinson, this season. Friday evening they 2(i V™*™*- Uloll call wns answered at * ' I0( " lf '"»'. 2 ^ Wlth ^ it ( i itv high boys' sixteenth ,-ind fimiTgame and all wore victories. To Slnir In Mnssort Choir— •Swea City il )0 y s and girls, members of the high school glee, clubs, of Lincoln, and the Hong foi . lno (l ., y WM Maron , rhrough Georgia. A play, Tell a Woman, wns given by Grace, Edna, and Loona Walker, and Evelyn Nlckorson. Two whistling solos were Riven by Mrs. Elsie 'Llndeman. Pearl Walker read will have an opportunity to sing in ' Lincoln. A .„._..„ ,, UA wus S,iv h °«^ 0f «'.1 0 . r' C ?l.!" ""H™" 1 ! «"* ™«"«r "-Ing made »- questionnaire on valentine box was op- City March IB-Id it- can be arranged. transportation ; bomn-inado valentine to exchange They will train | Instead of buying one. Nickels col- Hansons, the Will Martlneks Tom Nelsons, Orville Moore, and and Elam Johnson. All except the guest of honor took .baskets. Mrs. Theron Hansen gave a birthday party for Orville last week Wednesday evening. Declamatory Contest IIcW— In a declamatory .contest last week Wednesday evening, Iva Mae Ward won first in oratorical; Clarence DeBoer, second. In dramatics, Johnette Looft took first; Mary Lorenz, second. In humorous, Marie Reno won first; James 'Lloyd, second. 71st Birthday is Celebrated— The Ralph and Aggo Janseene, of Titonka, surprised the men's sister, Mrs. H. Schutter, at her daughter Mrs. Bertha ILooft's Friday in honor of her 71st birthday, and Mre. Looft served a birthday dinner. Farewell for Visiting Nebroikan— A farewell was given at Ole iPlom's Monday night honoring Charles Frlburg, Bertrand, Neb., here to help care for his brother Paul, Wesley marshal, sick at the Kossuth hospital. Wesley Maligned by Headline— The Wesley basketball team was misrepresented last week as having own defeated by Titonka, 89-60, whereas the score was really 52-30 In Wesley's favor. Wesley News. «uy Giddlngs Jr., Chicago postman, accompanied his parents, Mr. ana Mrs. Guy Giddlngs Sr., Burt. bunday to see his grandfather, W. f. ^ladings, confined to his bed at n w son's home here. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Braley were « Iowa, aty last week Tuesday to and at the university hos- -urs. Braley cc about arthritis. ie Haynes underwent an oper- ior appendicitis last Thursday Mercy hospital, Mason City, Ing te taklne nurse's train- first was nost weather. The her home last Thursday night. The evening was spent at games and dancing. The guests furnished late lunch. Other Four Corners. Mrs. l^orman LIndoman spent lost Thursday and Friday with the C. N. Robinsons. Kathleen Seip spent a couple of days last week with the Hoy Lowmans. Mrs. Joseph Elbert was abed two days last week .following extraction of a tooth. 'Evelyn was at home with earache. Geneva Walters, Mrs. John Wilson, and Vincent Wilson, Whittemore, were at E.lward Rich's Saturday. A party of young folks patronized the Whitlemore skating rink last Thursday evening. Mildred Robinson went Saturday for a short vfslt with Mrs. Elsie -Lln- demnn, 'Humboldt. Mrs. August Brown and Eva visited the C. N. Robinsons last week Wednesday. REV, M, E, LUMBAR, ONCE OF BURTJMES SATURDAY Burt, Feb. 21—Editor-Postmaster W. A. MacArthur has word that his uncle, the Rev. M. E. Lumbar, died suddenly Saturday at Wilton Junction. He and his parents once lived - - _ . 1 • •• ''""CJ uiivii -llUJI^Ulp} CU1" under'Noble Cairo, director of music-lifted amounted to $1.30 which will and Selno high school, Chicago, and b e sent to the Council Bluffs ornh- the concert will be given March 1C. .-'mage. This meeting should have Jlie .(joys who are working on the I'wen held February 9 but music preparing to go are: Tenors- nonod because of cold we^,.,,, , au „„._ „.._ ,. YCli Ralph 'Stockman, Kenneth Seylor, "oxt meeting will be this week |llere ' and 3 °-wl<l years ago he was 'Laurence Fisk, Clarence Roba, and j Thursday with arm. Rose Sabln ""' ' • - Tony Kalungc; basses—Renn Klu- , — - gor, Francis Torino, Charles Hutch-' "' llo))l " s n" 1«! Party— Inson, Sidney Hutchinson, Everett! Klxtt ' e n high school friends Sl ,,Kulander and Sidney Hutchinson. ! P rlfl0rl ' Rulh ^oblnson Friday even- Tho girls are ILucllu Jenson Edith >nK nt tlle hom e of her parents Mr Dahl. Arlotte Skrommc, Vera' Baker, j""'' Mre ' C - N - Darllno Kcelcr, Dorothy, Arnold " f Il0r 17th bir Mae Peterson, Dorothy Chrlallanson! | Arter Helen Poole, and Kathorlne Thom- •I-H (flrls Study J'rojccl— Friday 4-I-T girls from the north end of the county met at Bancroft for their lesson on (second year home furnishings. Mrs. T. F. Johnson, i Harrison, leader, took with her Marjorie and Louise Simmons, Ardella Hovey, Dorotliy Christianson ;md Harriett Poole. Mrs. Emil Larson, June Larson, and Margaret Erickson represented Swea township. Miss Forbes was present and gave the lesson. Mrs. Leavcrton was also present. A lesson was also given on picture and music appreciation. 80 Attend Nlg'lit, School— Eighty,adults attended the night school last week Monday and heard W. H. Whitfield, of the state extension service, lecture on range management of chicks. Dr. K. W. Stoud- der, of the Iowa extension service, w.111 speak to the men on livestock sanitation. Mrs. Paul Leaverton, H. D. A., will give a demonstration on whole wheat cereals to the women at the same time. Stock Truck Is Overturned— Ed Wlllard's truck was overturned at the intersection at the east edge car turn was loaded with cattle, but fortunately neither Mr. willard nor the stock were injured. Aid Honors Mrs. Heathershaw— The Methodist Aid met last week Wednesday i n honor of Mrs. Heathershaw's 70th birthday. Mrs. Heathershaw was presented with a bible and birthday cake by members of the society and friends. Other Swea City. The monthly meeting of the Methodist Sunday school board was held at Frank Thomson's last Thursday. Plans were made for a contest In Sunday school, featuring attendance and collection Mr. and Mrs. Kauffman and daughter Lela, with Lela Young spent last week at" the home of the women's parents, the J. E. Youngs south of town. Wiljiam Johnson and Co. last week bought the Kelson Mercantile dry goods "and grocery stock here and is closing it out. Mrs. Earl Hoffman and little daughter came home from Iowa City last week. of town Friday evening. A struck the truck, causing it to over in the ditch. The truck " The Joe> Drummer ' *»utn have a son, Harold John, b ° rn last Thursday. Mrs! Was forme ny Mary Welg. ' T ° by C1 »'taten*on. Min- Preaohed at the'Congrega- church Sunday mornlnl and t*« evening. fine is f , freshmen, of which s En , day n iehPtonaor - at her hom e Mpn- Neighbors win hold a thl k The at, M Tues day evening. ood N ^r dlvant * drove to Nor the w "od Sn"^ Mlvttuts arove to North•»«**. QUriCjQ V trt t tt- rtir '•Mrs ni ^ r '/i-, Thomson. ta'n tL » . Funne mark will enter- *«n*d5! ^ Ph06bes th . ls week the have ADDED TO BOARD RIVERDALE PAIR 18 YEARS WEDDED South Cresco, Feb. 1—last Thursday was the 18th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mre, J. H. Fraser, and 20 of the latter'e relatives surprised them the night before, coming from Ottosen, Whlttemore, St. Benedict, and Algona, and furnishing refreshments. Cards were played. Mrs. Fraser's mother, Mrs. Eva Germann, St. Benedict, remained with her for a visit. Son (or McDanlelg Family- Relatives here have word of an 8-lb. son, Robert Judson, born last week Wednesday' to Mr. and Mrs. Archie MdDaniels, Sioux Rapids. This makes two girls and two boys in the family. The, mother is Rita, daughter of Mrs. L. Judd Brown, now of Boone. Party ot nerueau Home— Thirty-five neighbors spent Monday evening at August Berneau's. Other South Cresco. Mrs. G. W. Brown is slowly regaining strength, and now helps with light duties about the house. •Mrs. Laurence Oleon, R. N., has of late been helping with the nursing at the KossU'th hospital. Mildred Brandow left Monday to visit relatives at Rochester, Minn. Ledyard Mrs. George Looft and Mre. Irene Gilmore were In Algona last week Tuesday. Mrs. P. A. Link, of Swea City, spent last Thursday at Roy Link's. WTO. Wlemer went to Van Meter iFriday, returning Monday. - Mrs. Barrett and Henrietta O 1 Keefe were in Elmore Saturday. Fenton The Fenton Tigers defeated Lone Rock, 36-28, here last week Tues<Jay night. The score at the was 'X'8-10 in favor of the Tigers. Kramer, with 15 polite, was Fenton high point man; R. Gross, with nine h,isrh for Lone Rock. Toe Peyton seconds lost to the Lone 18*11. Robinson, In honor birthday anniversary, refreshments were crved by the guests. Fnrewoll for Mrs. UollciilYlil A. surprise' farewell party was Siven for Mrs. AValter Geilenfcld at .school superintendent here. Later ho became a Presbyterian pastor, antl served iLu Verne and West Henri. He accepted a cal! to Wilton Junction, later served nit Minneapolis. Kansas, and a few years apo returned to Wilton Junction. At lou-a City in the early !)0's he and W. C. Dewel, of the Advance, were j close friends and members o£ the same, debatinpr society. flllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIN TYI'KWllITEH CARltOX PAPER AT THE ADVANCE More for _^j Your Money at Grahams The savings are real—right now when your needs are the greatest you will find unequaled opportunities to save. NOW-Is the Time to-BUY Prints—- These new fast color dross prints In new color combinations and patterns have more style — more quality — than you generally find In prints at tlisl low price. Come In and make your selection from this special group. 14c yard Again We Bought More of These Announces its third Thursday, Friday and $1 COTTON DRESSES These dresses have "taken the city by storm"—And still smart women who are value-wise demand MORE! And, no wonder, they're simply AMAZING VALUES and so fashionably styled! -Dresses you'll be proud to wear for sport, for street wear, for shopping—Because they certainly LOOK much better than their low price. Guaranteed FAST COLORS —A new dress if it fades We planned! We hunted! We bargained! We succeeded! A hosiery Value that will cut "Your hos'iery bill in half." I Full-fashioned Silk Hose TWO PAIR 81,00 Qualities are from FAMOUS MAKERS Chiffons — service weights in the new spring shades. Rayon Crepes for Dresses _39c New Fast Color Cretonnes lOc Table Oil Cloth, 50 inches 25c Marquisette Sash Curtains Plain Voile Priscilla Curtains Priscilla Curtains Fancy Marquisette— Saturday March 2,3 and 4 At the Bryant School t Auditorium Miss Gladys Looney home economics expert, who will conduct the Advance Cooking School ^^•B | An attractive, well-cooked and planned meal is an ac- I complishment of which any woman can be proud. There | is nothing so satisfactory to the man of the house, and | in these days it is most advisable to keep him in good | humor with good food, prepared economically. S5 | Every woman can get something to her advantage at | the Advance cooking school. For the cooks who need no advice there will be menus and recipes. For the bride of ten days or ten months or even years there will be | much that can be used. For this cooking school is prac- | tical, and based on every day cooking. Miss Gladys Looney,graduate in home economics,and who has specialized in cooking schools, will be in charge, ^ and will demonstrate convenient and easy methods of | cooking, economical use of materials, and will accomp- | any her work with clever talks on household and 'cooking subjects. = i | There will be no charge of any kind* This school is free-no gation of any kind involved. The Advance hope? that every | woman in Algona and Kossuth county will attend.

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