Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1933 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 2, 1933
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MAfrCtt 2,1&33. MANY MOVERS THIS MONTH AT UTVERNE T,U Verne, Fob. 28—Moving time te here again, with, it seems, more than the usual number changing homes or farms. Those, noted are: t h 0 Walter Hettye, to a farm near r; the Max Meyers, .to the vacated by the Heftys;- the Mastersoris, to a farm nor*h of IAI Verne, the Peter Madsens, wes t of Bogle Grove; Fred, Merkle, to tho farm vacated by tho Mad- gens' the Oeo. Naumana, to AIcona: Mrs. Kate Barton, -to George Watiimn's; ' Fred Htritz Jr " to hl9 own form, vacated by the Bartone; the Earl Neals, to the Al Miller farm, Where the Hlntzee lived; A. L. Baggy, west of Humboldtj Frank Blegger, to his own farm, which the Daggys bad farmed for several years; Ted Henderson, to Livermore; Irvln Barton, to .the Henderson homestead; Fred Wolf, to Irvln Barton's; Fred Baumgartner, to Wolf's. - " •"--- - - Hardy; farm re . IB. F. Snyder, C. & y \V. depot agent, 1s moving to the Baumgartner house, EH Eager loaded a car with his belongings Monday for Audulxm; Dick Wer- inersen, to the B. F. OBurtis house. A. I* Jones has rented the farm where iF. H. 'Hintz lived, and Ralph Consoer hoe moved to .the farm Jones left. Jacob Kubly will live where the Consoers did. The Claude •Whlteliilla will make their home near Lone (Rock, and; the. Elmer ADVANCE: At.n nM . homo at J_*>no Rock. A ii nmi eon sot wiu, glvenhenV 8. E. Smiths to Two New Olrl77r7j!or,,_ Emorj's on Curran place. Wilfred Jones will operate a chicken hatchery and live on the Zentner property at the south end of Main street. Albert Schneider has fitted up an apartment in a room abovo a store building he recently purchased. The Marx Schwy- tens will move to the Aneell Starr farm, west of Renwlck, and the D. Wheya are moving to that house. The Harry Christensons are moving to the Cora Baumgartner farm, which has been occupied by William Zentner. Farewell (or Departing' Families— After the supper served 'by the Christian Endeavor society of the Presbyterian church last week Wednesday night at the city hall friends and members of the church gathered for a farewell reception in honor of the families who are moving from the community March 1. Various games were played, a program of music and readings by Gwenetha Jones and Floyd !Lowmll- ler, and a talk by the Rev. A. J. Koonce made up tho program. Refreshments were served at a late hour. The families in whose honor the affair was given were the A. £/. Daggys who move near Humboldt, Mr, and Mrs. Marx Schwy- ters, who go on a farm near Renwick, tho Peter Madsens, who move tack near Eagle Grove after living nearLu Verne 20 years, and the Ell Bagere, who will make their home at Audubon. Junior league Ghreg .Program The main number on a program Slven by the Junior Epworth League at tho Methodist church last week Tuesday night was a farce, and the principal characters were first child, a daughter, Febrnnrv 20 A girl was born to Mr. am Aim George Campbell February 17 T, fs Is also a first child t Dniiplitor for Ilio Kponcns— A daughter wns born to tho Tic and Mrs A. j. Koonco at the T.J- Jhemn hospital, Fo rt Dodge, sun- Cliops Foot, Second Time— Forrest Raney cut his foot opplng wood. Ho ha early in the winter. Other Ln Vcrno News. Mr. and Mrs. Ray stone attended n eighth district mooting Blotter carriers and tho Auxiliary at Poca- ontas last week Wednesday. This s an annual event, .always hold Fob uat-y 22. There was an interesting rogram, and plans were laid for a EX-WESLEYAN IS REPORTED NEAR DEATH Wc'slov. friends at ln Au ua^ Irene and Bornlce Swenson wore hostesses to tho Entre Nous club lost week Tuesday evening at Mrs. R. !L. Corbln's, and bridge was plav- ed at threo tables, Ange Roorda bo- ing high score winner, Mrs A T Eason second high, and' Norm'a Kecoptlon for Father Wagner— Momhor« O f St. Joseph's congrega- >n hold a reception for the new ' KIelnr)et «-'« hau last wTek the •tlon W at Aid Holds Mcot- " lembem ° C the Methodtot ' 8thwed M at Wlo church In the after Slnclcr 15j Party— schoolmates gathered i Sunday to honor tho birthday of the Studers daughter ment lunch was served. Phyllis. Tho entertain- Hd e areon- 1'. day afternoon, and hold an interesting meeting. Mrs H. Han- led devdttons, and Mrs. Thero^ Bible Portridgo travel prize winner Tho Fred Wolfs and Mrs ' Clarence Jurgenson, Convlth, and daughter drove to Hampton Sunday to see Alice before she left. Tho training school for nurses there has been discontinued, and Alice, with seven other .senior nurses, left Tuesday to finish at Iowa City. Mesdames J. O. Marty, Ed Dohnert, and Harold Soreneon, and Laura Engle met Friday with a committee to plan for a county club federation meeting March 7 at Algona. The Faye Thompsons, of Eagle Grove, Milton Thompson, O f Sioux City, and the George Thompsons, -fedyard, were guests of relatives • "-*.•.* ii.-j | tLllU. Hansen conducted tho study will bo held at this week Vkl w this ween Wednesday after- There will bo a business m i, ! Soclal tlmc ' ancl a potluck lunch will bo served. ^^°'1?_ B _. 0 5 *» PrXta Probes was to Ben- Cluirles Downs Ilcported Sick— Charles Downs, nortl, of Wesley farmer, has been seriously sick for a week with influenza and compli cations. HO is attended by a nurse. ' Shetlan(1 Party for H. n7 Team— Th 0 'basketball team was entertained at the Jxx>ft home following tho final tournament game Monday evening. Supt. Shirley visited tho week Tuesday after- sc Congregational Aid, which v have boon held at Mrs. Fred tele's, was postponed Mrs. Nelson's funeral, because and will ,,„,, .. . -"n, aim win oe held this week Thursday afternoon Mombera will make clothing for Afrlcan women. Th e Jorgen Skows ontortalnwl the Fred Bcritelcs Sunday dinner. lero Sunday. Phyllis Lichty entertained her Methodist S. 8. dnss Friday evening. Twelve girls of 11 or 12 and their teacher, Evelyn Alexander, schools this noon. Other Wesley News. The Rev. Mr. Bernsten, of Brltt, Marlon Paulson, Wesley, and the Rev. O. Thompson, Buffalo Center, attended a Bible Conference from last week Tuesday to Friday at the Minneapolis, where Air. Institute, and Mm. PLANNED BY WOOD ON OLD TESTAMENT Good Hope, Fob. 28-nA series o studies in tho origin, structure, an< interpretation <of tho Old Testamen will be Inaugurated at the Gooc. "ope church next Sunday evening and will run through a period of five or six Sunday evenings. The meetings will commence at 7-45 with a short song service, the subject being taken up at approximately 8. We will close as near 9 as possible. Bibles are to be taken to meetings, and questions may be asked. Nelson Sale Is Success— A good day brought out a crowd of several hundred for tho W C Nelson farm sale last week Wednesday. Most of the stuff brought fair prices, considering the times, and everything was sold. In view of the fact that farm sales now call for cash, it Is encouraging to learn at sales that there is still a little money (n existence in farm communities. Ilrotlicrliood Meets Last Night— The fourth meeting of the Good Hope Brotherhood will be held this week Wednesday evening in the absence «ut Washington, D C of Dist. Supt. Muhleman who was to , . . Paulson formerly sive an address, the Rev Tn ~"' *'~ ..... taught. Mrs. Bernsten was expect- etl home Monday from Chicago, where sfie has been visiting her par onts. at nirtlMliiy 1'nrly i s Given— A birthday party was given the Congregational by society Young People's :,,„„„ at Cm-son Simpson's Satur- y y evening. These are given every month when there are members birthdays to honor. Saiturday was Stanley Simpson's birthday, and others recognized at the same time ' Luella and were present. Fifty relatives and friends surprised Lewis Wolf Friday evening to help him celebrate his 19th birthday. Mrs. Enril tLenz, daughters Bertha and Helen, Rockwell City, were guests at Henry Will's last week. The ;Lloyd Zentnera entertained the Progressive Rook club last Thursday evening. Kate Skinner was judge at a declamatory contest at 1/ivermore Monday night. ii Silas Skow. Three 'Families Have 5t overt— Tire Hoy Sherman family, which has been living in the Killsholm house, owned by Mrs. Hoff, is mov- "g to the Gus Brandt farm, and the Pony Hildman family i s moving Into the house recently occupied by the Shermans. The Gus Brandts are moving to Clear Lake, and will occupy a farm owned by Guy M. Charles Friburg spent .Sunday at Silas Skow's, and remained over Monday because of illness. He was to start this week Tuesday for his home at (Bertram!, Neb., going by way of Algona to see his brother, Paul, Wesley man, who has long sick at Kossuth hospital. Butts. Catholic Sisior is Sick Sister Phllomena, head corps of teaching Sisters' JT- /-ii —»"-.»j».ri.i* nurafJiLiiJ. Charles has been visiting Paul for some weeks. 'Miss McGee spent the week-end at Humboldt with her mother, who recently underwent an operation. Mrs. Swanson's parents, ttie Rev •and Mrs. O. J. Stephens, of Des Moines, spent the week-end here. Ed Studer, Excelsior, and (his son Louis left last Thursday, following a ten day visit with the Nathan Stu- dcrs, which was, however, interrupted by visits to other .relatives. Fred Anderson, Algona, was calling on Wesley friends Sunday; among them "Grandpa" W. P. G-id- dlngs, who is confined to his bed. Mabel Lawler. Belmond, spent the week-end with her sister, (Mrs. John Hutchison. Fremont Tltonka, , . Faul Methodist pastor at will deliver a chalk talk. Hoovers Family Here Again- Good Hope friends will be delighted to learn of the return to the community of the Geo. W. Boevers family, which is relocating on the farm where they lived a number of years ag-o. The son Donald will assist in running the farm. AM Will QnlJt Today— The Aid meets at the parsonage thus week Thursday for an all-day quilting. A covered-dish dinner will be served at noon. The women are •requested to take quilting equipment as well as furnishings for refreshments. Other Good Hope. Such Good Hope folks as are interested in memorising the Good Hope benediction will find it in 2 .Thessalonians, 2nd chapter, verses 16 and 17. The Rev. and Mrs. A. H. Wo od ind Martha Madson were guests for dinner and the evening at otto Engstrom's Sunday. j The subject of next Sunday morn- ngs sermon at Good Hope-Whitte more will bo "Itohing Ears" Union Mrs. Mary (Leason, Algona, as leted by her daughter-in-law, Mrs Catherine Leason, was hostess t he Mothers and Daughters clul ast Thursday; program: roll call lub song; review of Edward Tep e's bumorous book, A Pair of Six Mrs. Clara Thompson. The host «eses served a tray lunch. Mesdames . Smith and Minnie Sarchet wil e hostesses March 9; program: pa- er, Right Off .the Press, Mrs. Ada lofius; music, Dorothy and Viola mith; book review, Russian Premer, Mrs. Maude Nelson. Announcement has been received ' the birth of a daughter, the fourth irl, to Mr. omd Mrs. A. X,. Jackson iberty, .Sask., on February 20. The lild has been named Grace Ethel her mother, who was, before an-Iage, Grace Crulksfhank. The tby was born on her grandfather imes Cruikshank's birthday. Union friends attended the funeral of Mrs. John Barr, at Algona, 'Sunday. Mr. Ban- was reared in the' township, on the farm now tenanted by the Doute Bodes. Typewriter Ribbons at the Advance District No. 3 — ^^ ^ -^^^^^^^^^^^ Tournament ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL GYM March 2*3-4 22 SCHOOLS 21 GAMES 220 ATHLETES Games Afternoon and Evening Adults-Season, $1.25; single admission, 35c. School Children-Season; 75c; single admission, 25c. Of at the St. St. Benedict rs were Gordon DImlcr, Maxlne Smith, Jack Holdcroft, Phyllis UcMy, and 'Phil — •- Uchty. Besides the farce Marjory nu , ~^-> n»u leu ue M Chrlstenson gave a reading; .jjo- lores Joss and Charlene Chrlstenson .... H Played piano solos; groups of girls ? as dalry mald8 and b °y« as bootblacks sang; the Rev Mr. entertained with hte talk- w , the ChUTOh orch <**™ Wesley Baddeley announc- the .program as a radio broad- and Mrs. "Ps was accompanist. telegraph, Harold Phil- Mrs. ln honor «f Fred Mlnn - and *** Monticello, Wis. (pPesen t alt dinner, Mr, and Mrs. George Bertz, of Loda, 111., and their two children arrived last week Tuesday for a week or ten days with Mrs. Bertz's mother, Mrs. Rosa Arndorfer, and other relatives. A card party given by the Rosary society Sunday evening wan well attended. The high bridge winner was August Huschka, and Mrs. Ben Dorr won high at 500. A door prize went to Mrs. O. B. Venteicher, and a quilt was won by Mrs. Isadore Eisenbarth. Mra. Dennis Carroll and her daughter spent a few days last week at Nick Arndorfer's. The Can-oils are moving to a fam near the Hanna Switch. They had been living with Dennis's parents. The Julian Arndorfers motored to Ackley Saturday and spent Sunday with the Joseph 'Hanigs. Mrs. Hanig and Julian are brother and sister. The Emil F. Arndorfers, accompanied by Alfrida Arndorfer, drove to' Blue Earth Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Albert German n. The Everett Steussys, accompanied by Hilda Heeech, Clear lake, were 'Sunday guests of Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer and her brother Al. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eischeid and August Huechka spent lost week at Carroll, visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eisenbarth spent a day last week at Joseph Arndorfer's, Algona. Mrs. Rosa, Arndorfer, her family, George 'Arndorfer, and the A. J. Fehrs, accompanied by the George JBertz family, were Sunday dinner guests at 'Leo Miller's, near Algona. The Bertzea and August Fehr drov to Clarion Monday to visit the Ed ward Arndorfers. Ash Wednesday, t'he 'beginning o Lent, will bo observed at the loca church with high mass and the dis 'tributfng of ashes. Amelia Arndorfer has been carin •for Charles Downs, Wesley, sine Sunday. He has been eick a week o more with pleurisy. Maxine Capesius celebrated 'he ninth birthday Monday evening _ •the home of her grandparents, Mi and Mrs. William Arndorfer. Fou little friends helped. They playw games, and ice cream and cake wer served. u >^. u ..%_i n tvL *.3L. Josephs school, accompanied by her nurse, Sfoter Constantia, started Friday evening for the home convent at St. Francis, Milwaukee. Sister Phllomena has been sick for many weeks. Sister Lydla is now head of those a-eraainlng. Folts Coming In Montli— Friends have heard from Mr. and Mrs. Felt, who are spending the winter at Rockledge, Fla. They expect to start for the north about April 1. They will return earlier Mian usual this spring, .because ADDING MACHINE ROLLS BOTH WIDE AND NAIUIOAV AT THE ADVANCE dinner HAVE US ADDRESSOGRAPH you mailing Hat and save you the ez pense and drudgery of typing. 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