Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 22, 1933
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FAQE TWO BEAT THE PRICE CLIMB JCOSSUttt COUNTV AttVANUtt ALGONA, IOWA WESLEY GIRL WEDS MASON CITYANJUNE2Q Wesley, June 20—Dorothy Meu- he, daughter of J. B. Meuhe, Wesley farmer, and Albert Dirkson, of Mason City, will be married at St. Joseph's church at eight o'clock this week Tuesday morning. The Rev. Father Wegener will have charge of the services. The bride will wear a floor length white gown, with wreath and veil, and will carry a. shower bouquet of yellow roses and white snapdragons. She will be attended by her sister, Agnes Meuhe, who will be dressed NORQE WILL SOON COST MORE • So It NOW at today's LOW PRICES The National Recovery l»w increases the cost of materials and factory production. The lowest prices in Rollator Refrigeration history are in effect now. But they can't last. NORGE ROLLATOR REFRIGERATION •UYNOW FOR AS UTTLEAS $IO OOWN RICHARDSON FURNITURE GO, Algona, Iowa W<*tj & Son, Lu Yerne, Iowa. J«TOson ft Bolstad, West Bend, la. Byan & Severson, Emmetsburg, la. Bargain Fares to Everywhere in yellow flat crepe', with'hat t match, and will carry a bouquet o yellow and white snapdragons. Th best man will be Robert Meuhe brother of the bride. A weddin ibreafcfast will be served to th bridal party at the home of th ibrlde's father. After a short wed ding trip Mr. and Mrs. Dirksen wil be ait home at Mason City. Mr Dirksen is a carpenter. (Children's Day Program Given— An excellent Children's day pro- jgram was given at the Methodist church Sunday morning. The little folks distinguished themselves, as usual; and two older boys who had consented to help, gave notable recitations. The older young people sang, also. All had been carefully trained by the teachers. A collection was taken for the Students' (Loan fund. | Sunday Schools Have Picnic— A picnic for the Congregational [Sunday schools at Wesley, Britt, and the Upper Flat, will ibe given at Eagle Lake this week Wednesday. The Rev. Mr. Bernsten will speak, and there will be a short program with numbers by members of the various schools. Dinner will j be served cafeteria style, and there will be games for the children. Attends Reunion of Pioneers— Mrs. John Amesbury plans to attend at Nora Springs this week Wednesday the annual Old (Settlers' Reunion, also known as the Homecoming. There are ,at least 200 persons in these gatherings. They eat a picnic dinner in Boulder park, have a program of speaking and community singing, and spend the rest of the day visiting. Felts to World's Fair- Mr, and Mrs. B. F. Felt left for Chicago last week to visit the exposition. They were accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. Al Wagner, and her son Benny. The group will meet Nina May Wagner at Chicago. She has been in Florida since last fall, having accompanied her grandparents there. Mrs. Skow's Birthday Observed— A family gathering was held at Mrs. Silas Skow's last Thursday evening, to observe Mrs. Skow's birthday. The guests eante unexpectedly, and brought ice cream and cake. The evening was quietly spent in visiting. Those who attended were the Ole Flom and Skew families. Mr*. Guy M. ButU in Auto Accident Wesley, June 20— Mrs. Guy M. Butts was hurt Saturday morning on her way home from her brother Harry Bhlers', when she was at a point between Plymouth and Mason City. She thinks the car must have struck loose gravel, for It suddenly veered into the ditch and turned over, stopping right side 'Bigley, .who is the director o pu ' bllc health ln a Mason center at Jersey city N J sail NURSE PUNS JAUNT TO LA BELLE FRANCE Whittemore, June 6—<Loretta M<,Bm w , Mrs. Butts was taken to a sa City hospital and Mr. Butts left for Europe this T week Saturday here Immediately on receiving the delegate to a nurses' conventlo Tf. homo ««nd«jr In Paris. Miss Bigley will vlst . M . rs - Butts suffered bruls- other countries in which she dl * rt Cn ^ Cl J eS ' Prtnc'P'U'y about public health work two years fol the head and face. A cut near one lowin She is a sister o A cut near one lowing the war. . ser o eye required two stitches to close. Mrs. William Wiggins o£ Whitte FENTON E, L, HAS CHARGE OF SERVICES more. Fenton, June 80 Father Coglan Wins Promotion- Friends of the «ev. T. M. Cogh Ian, Sioux, City,, former. pastor o St. Michael's church' here,' learn, that he has been appointed as rector of the Epiphany cathedral Sioux City, to succeed the' late Monsignor McCarty. Father Coghlan had been pastor of Blessed Sacrament church, Sioux City, since — Epworth 'eaving Whittemore. **- Gerald Voight, and Schwartz. A contest wa classes, devotional, dramatic, "and original. Participating were: John Bailey, Psalms 19; Harold Newel, St. John 15; Ardls Voight, Romans 12; Isabella Weisbrod, Jeph- lia's daughter; ~~ * ™" ' ' Frank, The First and Judas ....... _ 'ewel placed first in the devotional lass, Isahelle Weisbrod first in the ramatic clkss, and Virginia Frank rst in the original class. Monday ight 11 from Fenton attended the •sub-district contest at Armstrong and all three contestants won first In theri classes. The district contest will be held at Emmetsburg „ _,, . ., Oliver, all of Whittemore, Dr. and Mrs. L. N. Cairy, Sioux City, and Roney, Over the 4th including- the ^ fc ** WORLD'S FAIR Take advantage of these low fares. Treat yourself and your family to a. real holiday visit the Chicago World's Fair ... enjoy a few days with relatives or friends. the regular one- round trip, good 'ttbree-fourths of way fa»e for the In coaches. Regular one-way "fare plus 25e for the round trip, good in sleeping and parlor cars; seat or berth extra. Minimum round *4xip fare $1.00. Round trip sleeping car rates cut 25 per cent. GO ANY DAT June 3<Hh to July 4th, Inclusive Betum limit mldnie-lit. July 7tli Children hall' fare. Baggage checked. Ask agent for particulars Chicago & Northwestern Railway Paint! -If you're going to need Paint within the next few years — BUY IT TODAY Paint prices will advance in next few weeks, Catholic Sisters to ConvenW The Catholic Sisters will leave this week Wednesday evening for the home convent, St. Francis, Milwaukee, where they will spend the summer. They will be accompanied by Sr. M. Leon, who has been visiting her parents, the William Foertsches. Bible School m Country- Anna Flom and Helen Funnemark are conducting a vacation Bible school in the Center schoolhouse. It opened last week Wednesday and will close at the end of next week. Sixteen children are attending. Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ritsch- meier, Iowa Falls, came to Clarence's grandparents, the 'Nathan Studers, last week Tuesday and remained till Wednesday. They were on their way home, having taken a wedding journey which included visits with the Studer families at Excelsior, Minn., and trips to Duluth, Minn., and Fort Williams, Can. They will live on a farm near Iowa Falls. Fourteen women attended a meeting of the Methodist W. F. M. S, at Mrs, Thos. .Nelson's Friday^ afternoon. ThG lesson was the lat- soon and the contestants will compete for further honors. Give Program at Swea City— 'Nine members of the W. F. M. S. sponsored a program given for the Swea City Methodist Aid there last week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Wilbert Holldorf had charge of the devotionals. A demonstration play was given by the Mesdames A. H. Meyer, Frank McFall, Wilibert Holldorf, Charles Weisbrod, J. T. Snyder and W. R. Wolfe. Mrs. A. H. Meyer gave the stewardship lesson, and Mrs. Philip Weisbrod the history of the organization and told of the progress of the society in China and Japan. A vo«*il selection was given by the women's quartette, Mrs. W. R. Wolfe. Mrs. J. F. Newel Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod and Mrs. Charles Weisforod, entitled, Cast Thy Bread Upon the Waters. The Swea City Aid society will entertain the Fenton Aid this week Wednesday, at a guest day meeting. Visit Festival lit Ames— Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, leader of Academy Alumni to Meet— The Academy alumni association will hold its annual banquet at the Hotel Kermore, Emmetsburg. this Virginia week Thursday evening. More Harold than 100 invitations have been sent out. Graduates of 1933 will be honorary guests. A dance has been arranged for. Picnic at State Park— Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hansen, Mr and Mrs. "Bill" R US ch, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Carmody, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oliver, and June Thomson had a picnic supper at the Ambrose A. Call state park last Thursday evening. New Flour Warehouse Built— The elevator: company is building a new flour warehouse on the same site where an old one was located. This one will have metal sides and roof with wood innerlin- II. S. Bailey Still Unwell— Ix>u Dailey. Hand's Park, spent a few days last week with his father, H. S. Dailey, who hasn't been in the best of health of late. Y -_P« S. Defeats FiUrvllle— S. nine won from here, 14-4. Lu also June 19. 1933 • A COMPANY THIRTY YEARS OLD Last Friday the Ford Motor Company completed 30 years of automobile It is also my fortieth year at the sane job. t made ay first engine in 1893 and it still runs. This is the engine that won the Selden Patent Suit—which took the motor car out of.the exclusive class, and opened the automobile industry to hundreds of manufacturers who started during the last 30 years. ••'.,. ,««* Some of the men who began with me that June day in 1903, are working here yet. All of the principles we laid down then, are still operative; we find that they have great survival value for the future. To date they have produced and sold over 21.000,000 Ford cars. Although we created the automobile market we have never thought it »as good for anyone to monopolize it. We have always believed that before business could be good for one. it must be good for all. Our discoveriea and improvements have always been open to other manufacturers without patent restrictions. Of course, there is one thing we cannot share everyone must get it for himself and that is experience. Money could duplicate our buildings and machines, but it cannot duplicate 40 years of experience. And it is experience that makes a motor car. But the past does not especially concern me; it has all been a preparation for the future. For myself, I feel that I have just been gathering tl» tools to do something worth while, and that my real task is still ahead. Great changes are upon the world. False ideas of every kind are vanishing in the general upheaval. Those who built truly on principle will survive- their service will carry over. Business integrity and commodity honor will be fully justified. And newer and better ways of living will appear. That is the outlook for this young" thirty-year old Company of ours. /Un^j &*P( Dreyer, 4-H club county president and Virginia Frank, delegate of. the Fenton Forward club went to Ames last week Wednesday to attend the 4--H club state convention. They returned Friday evening. (Friday morning, Alvina Dreyer, Ella Dreyer, Lorena Dreyer, Leona Borchardt, Marie Millef, Raymond Dreyer and Hans Krafase drove to Ames to see the Festival of the New Corn. Five Children Baptized— Children's day exercises were held at the Methodist church during the Sunday school hour Stan- day. A pageant, in God's Garden was given by the primary and Intermediate departments. The following were (baptized: Dale Roland, son of air. and Mrs. Arthur Voight; Howard Bruce and Gordon Lee, sons of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Graham; Franklin D. and Dale sons of Mr. and Mrs. O. Ortman. ' and Lu Verne, 13-10.' Curfew NOW Rings at 9:80 The curfew hour has been changed during vacation. The siren will sound at 9:30 p. m., according to Mayor Carmody. Ball Team Loses to Bode- to Bode Suna 10-inning day at Bode, 8-7, in game. Other Whittemore News. The Lutheran Y. ,p. society met last Thursday evening at the Lutheran schoolhouse. Lunch consisted of lollypops and all-day suckers. Guests were Glen, Carl Clarence, .Esther, and Elda Strueck- Lloyd Walker, and Leo Erwin Churcb. Orchestra Organized— Epworth League 'members are othpr* organizing an orchestra to play for jnieht evening services at the Methodist new flooring church Sundays. Harold Geronsin - n °°"nB will be the leader. All of the young people are welcome to Join. Practice will be held at the church Thursday evenings. Koch- iin-iii." ~«ft.««w»*, all of Whittemore, and Verena M. Hentges, Michigan, N. D. Frank Behnke, Lutheran teacher at Webster City, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Behnke, came home Saturday, after a week at Chicago, where he attended exercises at •which his .brother Elmer was graduated from Lutheran teachers college June 9 and also attended the world's fair. Arthur Heidenwith, son Ellsworth, and daughter Lillian drove to Seneca last week Tuesday, and Lillian visited the iHenry Kuecks day. There were already two girls in the family. Mr. Oliver is linotype operator for the Globe Post. J. T. Meurer, Wesley, son of Mrs. Joseph Meurer, Whittemore, was reelected president of the Iowa Retail Harnessmakers' association at a recent meeting at Des Moines. Ava Simpson got home one day last week from a ten days trip to Niagara Falls and the world's fair. She will be with her sister, Mrs. William Reimers, all summer. 'Fred Baumgartner, Dumont, drove through town the other day and stopped to say "hello" to many friends. He formerly clerk at the Zumach meat market. Mrs. Ralph Fandel received word last week from her mother that Theodore filbert, who had undergone an operation at Iowa City, night for his home at Chicago, after a few days here looking after business affairs. A 7^-lb. girl was born one Mr ' and Mrs to day was improving. The Methodist Thursday at Mrs. Aid met last Ray Carlisle's; there that day and Wednesday the C\T h n»n _.„ • « , • •« * ""'•* ning till Saturday r. Heiden-with laid ,, the Kueck house. 5:i a ", s - Alt) ?. rt Behnke, son fter half of chapter four, in Lady Fourth's daughter. Mrs. Amesbury led devotions, using those provided in the pamphlet for the called The Water Jar. Mr. and Mrs. Will Grove, ____ fornia, arrived Saturday to visit Mrs. Grove's mother, Mrs. Hattie Price. They were accompanied by Lola Ward, New Underwood, S. D., who will visit her grandmother. Mrs. Price. Lola is a daughter of purpose, Cali- week's paint prices are 1933's best investment. ^Complete line of Devoe's ^Paints, enamels, and var- Tiisheg always on hand. Our paint store is open _ Saturday evening. BOTSFORDLliMBERCO, 256 Jim Pool, JTgr. LOANS Furniture Autos Livestock You can secure needed funds at low costs without delay. ley. Robert Woods, formerly Wes- Paul McNeill, Algona, who had been visiting his former neighbor, Emory Goodnow, ten days, went home Saturday. Emory took him, and remained in Algona {ill Sunday afternoon. Paul is one of a set 6t triplets. The Rev. Mr. McKulty, Mr. and Mrs. John Amesbury, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Paulson, and Mrs. Ole Flom were among Wesley persons who heard Mrs. Ida B. Wise-Smith at Algona Sunday evening. (Father Fidelis Goetz. Conception, Mo., who had visited his • parents, the Anton Goetzes, and other relatives since last week Sunday, left for Missouri last Thursday night. The Bernard Schrauths left last Thursday for Geneva, 111., to spend H'«ek_ with Bernard's parent*, the ,-, _ . . Ormsby Michael Schrauths. s doing the chores. Dr. and Mrs. Olson Braley, Iowa Concerts 6l v en Wednesday., Band concerts are being held Wednesday evenings instead of Saturday. The instructor, Hugh Croft' of Ringsted. directs his band at Rmgsted Saturday nights, hence the change. A large crowd is drawn by the concerts. Fenton Beats Hodman 16-14— Fenton won 16-14 in a baseball game played by the Rodman and Fenton town teams on the local diamond Sunday afternoon. Other Fenton Newg. The F. P. Newels and Irene Newel drove to Cedar Falls Sunday. The latter will attend summer school for six weeks. The former returned home Sunday evening The Methodist Aid held a regular Siting in the church parlor PH- day afternoon. Hostesses were Mrs C. H. Geronsln, Mrs. W. R. Wolfe' Mrs. Elmer Welstorod and Mrs. Melvin Mahsager. D!-. Harry Johnson, of Armstrong, is assisting Dr. J. T. Waite with the veterinary work. He was graduated from the Iowa State college, at Ames this spring. Mary, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Holldorf, was operated on for appendicitis at the gen- Frank, and Mrs. Albert Meye'r, of w jj_ittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred to Lu Verne, Minn., Tuesday t Mrs. C. F. Blinkman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Behnke and sister, of .Fred. ^ Mrs:" John "Wilson, son Corwin, Mrs. Helen Walters, and the latter's daughter Geneva were guests last Thursday at a Four Corners Mothers & Daughters club meeting at Mrs. Wilson's daughter Mrs. Edward Rich's near Hobarton. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Elbert, daughter Minnie, Dick Vaughn Mrs. Leo Walters, and the latter's son Durwood -were last week Tuesday guests at Leo Elberfs, Garner, and Mr. Vaughn and Miss El- toert remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fandel, of Ladysmith, Wis., visited relatives at Algona and here last week. Richard is a son of Joseph Fandel, who formerly lived west of town. Tbe Richard iFandels, were spending a honeymoon here. John S. Cullen, son Cleophus, and daughter Blanld left one day last week for Minonk, 111., to visit John's son Joseph. Blanid was to leave there for New York, where she has been a nurse for some time. Mrs. William Higgins, Mrs. J. W McCreery, and Mary Veit drove to Sioux City one day last week to visit Mrs. Higgins' daughter Ros- Mrs. Harvey Simpson and Mrs. Clayton Crook assisting hostesses Carl Voight and his daughter Ella visited Friday at the Arthur Matthews home, Rolfe. Mrs. Matthews was formerly Julia Voight (Esther, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Behnke, Js now employed at an Algona home. She had worked at Burt two or three weeks. The Herbert Cavanaughs, Madison, Wis., spent a day last week with Mr. Cavanaugh's brother Druggist C. L. Cavanaugh. •Dick Vaughn. Earl and Minnie Bltoert, and Geneva Walters, with the Leo Elberts, Garner, had a picnic Sunday at Clear Lake. (Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Carmody are back, after a week with Mrs Carmody's sister at Chicago, They attended the world's fair. The Francis Elberts drove to Fort Dodge last Thursday, and the son Percy's tonsils and adenoids were removed there. n' Dr 'J', W> MoCreery . Father William Veil, and Oscar Poirot left Sunday for ten days of fishing in northern Minnesota. Wagner left Saturday ' Bruhn was formerly Evelyn O'Connor, Fort Dodge went home one day last week, after three weeks with her aunt. iMrs James Geelan. John Foley, Omaha, son of Mrs James Foley, west of town, is here tor a visit. He is studying for the priesthood. Mrs. H. W. Oliver, Waseca, Minn ler children, and iRosella Oliver jUgona, visited last week at W T' Oliver's. ' Edward Wagner visited over Sunday with his brother Martin at Spencer. Martin works in a hatch- THE SELF-HEATING Coleman ery. Mrs. Henry Kuecker is spendinc this week with her sister, Mr" Emma Phillips, Fort Dodge " Roy Drake, Armstrong, is a new lechanic at the Poirot & Scliatt- cnnoider garage. iDaisy Paulsen, Sioux Falls, spent last week at Mike Koppen's. Boy Suffers Fall Into a Grain Pit Irvlngton, June 20-JDick small son of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Riley was badly scratched and bruised t^ a? 6 r Ve f rl lnt0 " **»' ""-'- Arthur Riley,' is Bought at first that „. a broken hi<p, but hp v only fcadly bruised in a faUof icevt Morning after " If you've 'been a little unwise n your eating or drinking take a harmless Epicure before retiring. You'll foe AN HOI Light! _ ^ Inttanty MAKES IRONING EASIER Ome-TkMU Every woman owt» H to henetf Co IM* one of thcM ITOM tluc MVC* her hc*Ut •J*? ?««« «nd give* her more leUurt n» With a Coleman you can do your too* better, outer, in % lew time uvd it • a* *«n hour. prised. 12 for 35 cents. EPICURE eral hospital in Algona last week ella > who was graduated from Mer- Wednesday night. City, spent Sunday here with his the former's Mrents. The Frank Corleys, Liv-' rormers I ermore, visited his mother, Mrs. i Kate Kennedy. Frank went to Wednesday for a week's visit with Bailey and son Hadley Rock Rapids last week income. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Laux attended church at St. Benedict Sunday 'Payment can be arranged to suit morning, and spent the day with their daughter, Mrs. Tony Seiler. Mrs. Ben Hopkins left last week Wednesday night to spend a week at Chicago and the Exposition. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Meurer, Plover, and their son Sterling, visited his brother Joseph Sunday. Kate Schiltz, sister of Mrs. Susie Gray, has been in failing health for soon* wonths. H. N. KRUSE i24 State St. Phone 185 Representing Fed«ruJ Finance Co, J)es Moines. . C. _. „. The C. H. Garonsins drove'to Eldora Saturday evening to spend Sunday with Mrs. Geronsin's sister, Mrs. Henrik Fauerby. The Herman Weisses and Agnes cy hospital there a few weeks ago Grace Carlisle, 1933 graduate of the high school, has gone to Cedar 'Falls to attend summer school. She has two sisters, Beulah, who teaches at Seneca, and Ruth, who has a rural school in the county. Verena M. Hentges, Michigan, N. D., spent last Thursday and Friday here. She taught here in Weiss, of Finlayson, Minn., spent 1931 -32- For two weeks she bad last week at Jacob Hengel's. The Kern Elericks. of Whittemore, spent Sunday at the parental L. J. Weisbrod home. The Dr. J. .T. Waites were Sunday visitors at Dr. A. T. Whitlow's in Swea City. Willfred Stoeber was a business visitor at Minneapolis last week Wednesday. 'been visiting at County Auditor E J. Butler's, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker of Delavan, Minn., spent Sunday and Monday with Mrs. Walker's mother Mrs. Cook, Algona, and Mr. Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker. The A. J. 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