Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1933 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 15, 1933
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HORLD^FAIR PRIZES SATURDAY NIGHT Weather *EMFEK not nmh P P ALGONA, IOWA, JUNE 15, 1933 12 Pages Number 40 IS YCHARTER LEFT Presbyterians Celebrate 50th Anniversary '~ : : . ML Son Cl£>f\ 1X7 Dr» *«.,«...,« ^ V fill UP Onnn l loped i^ 11 ^entually enable him fished at High ILake Saturday neighbors of the Nickersons near Geigel's, the Richter brothers, anij k^Cll. Vftt?O. W. ratterSOn I UU II U UUUU ' E a normal way> ni ^t, and fish were served at din- Rockwell City. Laura Hohenstein. ___________ WWi» . ner. The A. R. Cruikshanks served a Avis Wilson, Whittemore, fir. ~ " ~" ~ ' linnr mmim I'luy CHren at Whlttemore— Mrs. B. W. Westmoreland, Clare, family dinner Sunday. Attending: spending the summer with tin* , Rebecca M'Don- lld Was Among Organizers. f Irene Aten. t, June 13-The Presbyterian i here lias passed its golden me and entered on its second s in the service o£ the Lord. and hope and service of e souls who have served fellowmen through this demanded that this occas- ijould be fittingly commemor- writer of this story *» r of the Rev. S. H. nt pastor of the Hurt |«rian cliurcli, who is Ing his 22nd year and In of length of service In one (orate Is believed to be dean jKossuth ministers of all Miss Aten, who Js- the t o( four clilldren, two boys girls, IIHS had two, i at Mucmi Vista college, i lake, anil is now within! of graduation from State Teachers college, i she is preparing to tench s science. iv. R. A. Paden, Presbyter- jister who preached at Burt | on August 2, 1882, and con- I at intervals to preach here, I town to Turner S. Bailey, peal missionary of Iowa, that i persons here desired to or- a Presbyterian church Organized In 1883. ctbr Bailey came on the Sab- |june 3, 1883, and preached a in the schoolhouse, which !• block east of the pres- lurch. His text was Matt"But Jesus said, they I not depart, give ye them to }er the sermon 'Doctor Bailey to organize the tollow- ions into a church: Mr. and Schryver, Mrs. M. II. laid, Mrs. Henry McDonald, Bailey, and Mrs. A. W. ird. ! Charter Member left. (. and Mrs. Schryver were par- |o(C!ias. Schryver and Mrs. P. rchett, present members of the Mrs. M. R. McDonald was . McDonald's mother; Mrs. ' McDonald, better known as [Mecca McDonald, lives at he only remaining charter P»; Mrs. A. W. Blanchard was of the late Mrs. Angus, , and was the wife of A. W., f known as "Deb," Blanchard, """ chorister many years. Mr. and Mr. Bailey were the I elders, [WU a new foundation, YOUNG GOOD HOPE FARMER IS BENEDICK —Courtesy D. -M. Register. PICTURE WAS RUN in la st week Wednesday's Des Moines •*• Register in connection with a story concerning the feeding of sheep >by Senator Patterson and h is 'brother Charles W. The Senator Is shown in an alfalfa field wh ich furnishes feed for his flocks with int in part, and an addition t were built at a cost of In 1929 an addition was the north side, 14 by 65 'or separate Sunday school 1™ms, a larger primary de- P 1 ", and increased, seating ' in the church. .This Ira- cost about $3,200. Opens Celebration. nn'iversary program began in/, 1 ? 11 '"* wlth a Pageant, Righted Cross," given by people under the direc- 1 Petw I hom P s °n a™* Mrs. •"tew. The cast was well • dn <> all did exceptionally setting of the pageant was a ivarv i 8 ° f the congregation S.^^h. which had Just - a 10 ° years of history. In of a new minister »ad failed to meet the community, were real complacent "pillars' * new vision of the 01 »church. E» h^M 1 that " f aulty , con- is TVI Pt the Cross in sioriA ^ hat was «°rreet- S US Ugbt tllle d the .'^king a n realize that the { °r the metober was nec - $^^™W* ™ -Dennla i», L was * for The attendance ° 8e f as * t0 Or their ,r 0 9*™»* WftO ltteir u ves Into its hls- Wife who re **' first served letter was read in which he spoke of the splendid Christian character of some of the men and women who were the support of the church in their time. Letter from Pastor McAuley. The Rev. K. J. McAuley, who served the church from October, 0.899, till March, 1904, now lives at !Los Angeles, Calif. Mr. McAuley sent a long letter full of reminiscence. In his pastorate the present manse was built. 'Letters were also read from the •Rev. W. B. Paterson, pastor from May, 1904,. till -the fall of 1905, now preaching at Winchester, Ohio, and from the ,Rev. George Bellinger, who preached here from December, •190S, till September, 1907, and is now pastor at Claremont, Minn. Elsie Haskell, Lu Verne, daughter of the Rev. E. C. Haskell, deceased, who was pastor from April, 1908, till June, 1911, was in attendance, and spoke of the fellowship she enjoyed while her family was living here. The present pastorate began March 1, ,1912. Oldtlme Choir Slngrs Again. Greetings were sent <by the syn- odical executive, the Rev. L. Myron Boozer; the Rev. Thomas Scotton, S. S. misslonrayj^Mr. and Mrs. iR. S. Sherwood, Parkersburg; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foster, Duluth; Mr. and Mrs. G.. G. Wheeler, Philip, S. D.; and Mrs. Sarah Turnbull, Cedar Falls, and her daughter Helen. Mrs. W. B. Richards, Rushford, Minn., and her daughters were In attendance. A former choir was reassembled and a little .old organ then used was brought out; and with Mrs. E. J. Murtagh, Algona, at the organ, Mesdames IRebecca McDonald, L. D, Hodgson,-W. B. Richards, N. L. Cotton, C. L. Phelps, W. W. Boettcher, Harold Jones, and Miss Haskell exemplified how they used to conduct the music. l>In.n»r and Fellowship Service. A fellowship dinner Was served Friday evening, and more than 250 persons enjoyed one of the fine dinners which the women of the church have a reputation for serving. On the platform for a service the same evening were the Rev. Mr. iFrerking, Lakota, the Rev. S. M. Gladstone, Lone Rock, the Rev. Mr. Clifton, of the Burt Methodist church, Dr. A. G.' Bailey, Esther- vllle, who delivered the anniversary sermon, and the pastor, A duet was sung by the Thaves brothers, and a special number by the choir. Doctor Bailey preached a wonderful sermon from the same text his father used in organizing the church. Tea was served Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Rebecca McDonald in her old home, now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Blossom. Two poems were read by Mrs. McDonald, after which Mrs. A. H. Meinzer, president of the Mite society, presented a ibeautifui basket of flowers to the honoree. •Cedar JUplds Speaker Sunday. On Sunday, the last day of the celebration, the Rev. S. R. 'Ferguson, D. p., Oedar Rapids, was speaker in the morning and at a y^per service. His two wonderful sermons provided a fitting close for the anniversary. In the morning he spoke on the need of gratitude for ail of God's goodness, and la the afternoon on "Christ McDonald was able to attend near ly all the services. After so much fine fellowship and inspiration, the church starts on its second <50 years with strong faith and courage. 4 ^ Wesley Farmer is Hurt When He is Dragged by Truck day. With his son, Alfred Jr., he had driven south into the country j for a truckload of hogs. iNear the iFrank^Frimml place, the endgate fell out of the truck, and Mr. Nelson, fearful that some of the hogs would escape, climbed out after it before the vehicle stopped. He fell to the ground, but grasped the running board, and was dragged for some distance. One side, the hip, and part of his back were severely scraped. He has since been confined to his bed, but is able to sit part of the time, and is the nore comfortable in that position since he suffers from asthma. He s slowly improving. Harriet Fish, Lone Rock Teacher, Weds Good Hope, June 13 — Kenneth Rutledge left a week ago Saturday or Maryville, Mo,, and the follow- ng Tuesday was married to Doris iook, of that town. The ceremony was performed 'by the pastor of the Methodist church at Bedford, to which town the bri- ilal pair were accompanied by the n-ide's mother, Mrs. Floyd Cook, Vlaryville, and the 76-year-dld ;randmother, Mrs. M. C. Wampler, JOB Angeles, who came especially o attend the wedding. The newlyweds reached their lome at Good Hope late last week Wednesday night, after a stop en route at the R. G. Staleys, Rockwell City. The ibride is not a stranger here, Cor she visited here two years ago. The bridegroom is the youngest son ot Mr. and Mrs. Oharles Rutledge, and with his father operates a farm across the road from the Good Hope church. •Friday evening a large group of friends gathered for the usual charivari, and Sunday most of the Rutileclges -got together for a dinner and reunion at the Rutledge home in honor of the newlyweds. •Among persons in attendance Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. ,R; G Staley, daughter iMary, son John, and his wife (married May 27), all of 'Rockwell City; the B. N. 'Rut- ledges, Oharles City; the !L. W. Rutledges, Irvington; the C. A. Rochleaus, jUgona; the O. J. Rut- ledges, Good Hope; and Howard and Pauline, Children of Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Rutledge, A'lgona. Brotherhood Meets Again— 'Heavy spring work and intense 'heat kept many from the Brotherhood meeting last week Tuesday evening, but did not hinder the enjoyment of the event for all who were present. In the unavoidable absence of the scheduled spqaker the Aid women appropriated the a "practice" presentation Sewing 'Society," which were to give at Whittemore the following evening. Louis Lawman, Whittemore, contributed violin selections. Edw. Broesder, Will Dodds, and Loyd Gross were the refreshments committee. •lay Glren at For their play at Whittemore last iveek Wednesday evening the Good rlope Aid cast drew a fair-sized, appreciative audience. The receipts vere more than $16, most of which went to the Whittemore t,. A. S., vhich was responsible for rent of ;he auditorium and the refreshments. I). M. Girls Visit Here— Racliel Hawthorne and Margaret Sherman, Des Moines, were weekend guests of Julia Bourne. They are associates of Miss Bourne in the Meredith .publishing organization, connected with the promotion department. Other Good Hope. Children's day will be celebrated at the Good Hope church next Sunday at 11 a. m. There will be no Sunday school. The sacrament of baptism will be offered for adults and children, and the doors of the church will be opened for the reception of new members. The John Booms, oE George, were guests of Mrs. William Treptow last Thursday and Friday. They came for the wedding of Victor Schultz, Mrs. Boom's 'brother, and Ruth Hulse, Algona. The W. I. Dodds visited the Martin Petersons at Armstrong Sunday, and were accompanied home by Jeannette Peterson, cousin, for a visit. Mrs. Lyle Morris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dittmer, arrived Saturday from New York to spend the rest of the summer with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaser, Bancraft, have a new daughter, Betty Marie, born Saturday. Mrs. Shaser was Neva Rath before marriage. James Kelly, Hobarton, "has gone to Minnesota, where he has work for the summer with relatives. The James Knol'ls visited the Charles Potters and Bert Becks at Goldfield Sunday. fFred Plum was sick a couple ot days last week. fished at High ILake Saturday night, and fish were served at dinner. Mrs. B. W. Westmoreland, Clare, and her son ILeo were guests of the J. P. Nickersons a week ago Sunday. The Westmorelands are old neighbors of the Nickersons near Rockwell City. The A. R. Cruikshanks served a family dinner Sunday. Attending: the R. T. Angus family, of (Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer, the A. C. Millers, the Jos. Geigel's, the Richter brothers, an4L Laura Hohenstein. Avis Wilson, Whittemore, spending the summer with George Koehns, who live on 'tlMt old Hayne place, west of Hoba*-ton. ^JS; | This Year above all Years the June | Bride has much to be Happy About I == She can furnish her home in comfort, style, and, yes, luxury at a .small percent- S age of the former cost of furnishing a home. up bew by the , fevers were provided *>y Whittemore, June 13-rMr, and; Hope parsonage Mrs. W. T. Fish announce the mar- | — riage of their daughter Harriet to Donald Westbee, Valley City, N. D., June 8 at the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. Town, Balaton, Minn. (Mr. Westbee Is cashier of the First National bank,.of Valley City. The couple are now spending a honeymoon at points in Minnesota. The bride had for some years taught' at Lone Rock, where the Fish family formerly lived. Gospel Team Conducts Services— A gospel team from the 'Fenton Methodist church Which conducted services of worship at the Whitte- miore and Good Hope Methodist churches Sunday presented a program of Interest" to good-sized congregations. Individuals in the group were Marjorie Bailey, Beatrice Kramer, Maurice Bilsborough, and Raymond Zweifel, the latter a brotfher of Glen Zweifel, formerly of Good Hope. They were accompanied 'by their counselor, Mrs. Merle Meyers. The young people were dinner guests at the Good Cresco The Homer Wndhorsts were taken by surprise Tuesday, when Homer's niece, Mrs. John Macho, Chicago, her husband, and baby arrived to visit them. They were en route home after having visited Mr. Macho's parents at 'New Ulm, Minn. The Orville Varners, of Keokuk, and Mrs. Mary Teeter, of Falrfield, came a week ago Saturday to visit the Teeter families here. (Mrs. Teeter is D. A.'s mother, and Mrs. Varner is Charlotte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. A.. 'Harold, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brandow, and Thomas Metcalf are recovering from shingles, and Mildred Brandow from scarlet fever. (Fourteen persons attended 1 a Mothers & Daughters clulb meeting last week Wednesday at Mrs. Addle Gingrich's, Al'gona. Plans were laid to complete and sell a quilt. The next meeting will 'be on the 21st at Mrs. L. A. Potter's, with the program in charge of Mrs. Gingrich. Mesdames Park, Strayer, and Zeigler were named as committee to meet Thursday at the Al- library with Four Corners, plum Creek, and Union club committees to play a Joint picnic June 29. Mrs. F. L. Miller and toer daughter, Mrs. I* L. Wellendorf, came home last week Tuesday from Minneapolis, where they visited another daughter. Mrs. L. H. Craw- WilHam, blind son ot Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hahle, has been graduated from the 'law school at Iowa City, wbere he earned much, ot Ws way by tuning pianos, Tfee HaWes woved last sprfns jiP a *«*» n? Bumper Protects Trees— Tom Reid, Edw. Broesder, and Noble Mitchell have set up a park- Ing bumper along a line af trees on the south side of the Good Hope church. This was a much needed help to preserve the trees.^ The church Is under grateful obligation to H. E. Rist, the Post Dray & Transfer line, and the Algona creamery for most of the material. Doctor Examine Glen Long— Mr. and Mrs. Chris Long took their son Glen to Iowa City Monday for observation at the University hospital. The .child has been suffering from the effects of an attack of infantile paralysis for several years, but has been making a steady improvement, which, it is . Sister Killed in Accident. Lu Verne, June 13— Mrs. Maynard Spooner received news Friday that a sister attending Oberlin college had fteen killed in an auto accident. Mr. and Mrs. Spooner left immediately for Torton, S. D,, to be with the mother. \ == We have just placed a wonderful assortment of Living Boom Suites on our floors, as- 1 This will be your last chance to furnish that 1 H living room before prices advance | ss You have never seen such quality and beauty for so little money and perhaps nev- as as er will again. Let us show you this wonderful line—do not wait—come now. as" as ' as; S Our store is filled to capacity with the latest bedroom and dining room suites; as: as also a full new line of rugs and-Unoleums all priced to sell quickly. , as S as I Richardson's Furniture Company "Where Furniture Sells for Less" Four Corners The Mothers- & Daughters club meets this week Thursday with Mrs. iLucil'le IRlch. Program: song, Showers of Blessing; roll call, exchange of : recipes for favorite pies; a play, Rose Saibin and Susie Wlth- am committee; in charge; recitation, Mary Joyce Rich. A party of young people had picnic supper at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday. Attending: •Russell and Pearl Walker, Edna Walker, William Broesder, Leona and Lue'lla Walker, Walter Hauck, Mehrln W.alker, Vivian Miller, Grace Walker, Cecil (Bjustrom; Ralph and Lloyd Walker, and Lillian Heldenwith, Whittemore; and Phyllis Walker, Algona. iPearl Walker was a dinner guest of Margaret Habager, Algona, Sunday. . ; Russell, iRdbert, Raymond, Lester, and, Melvin Walker t spent Sat-; urday night fishing at Lost Island; The John Sabins and Mrs. Edith Rich visited at Lost Island lake last week Tuesday. ' .' V 7 ./ Mrs. Jessie Dalziel, Algona,'spent' part of Saturday and Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Pearl Potter. The J. P. Nickersons were Sunday dinner guests at Fern Ruling's, near Britt. . .. . • The William Draytbns were Sunday dinner guests of the Ethan Lights, near , Burt. The Lights BROWNELL SHOE COMPANY ALGONA, IOWA Continuing Our Reorganization Sale During CAPACITY DAYS Don't fail to get your ' ' the bargains at the old " : ' ' ' ; ' ' ' Get your coupon for the World's fair trip with every 50 cent purchase. Pay up your account, and get the coupons tor yourself or your friends. J, A, Brownetl i ' ' if ' ' ' 'i i' ' ' %jr, p, 1 i', 11 l: %p %^ ^. FOR AS LITTLE AS mat/ Never before such low prices! Maybe never again! Buy now and be sure of owning the world's finest washer at the lowest price ever known! Come in today! THE MAYING COMPANY VOUNDED1W3 - NSWTON, JOWA W. ^^^^ ^^^^ ^IW^ . PI W ^Bb T^PF H i^ IP ^U^ 213 Eatt State Street

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