Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1933 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 27, 1933
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•;M KOS8UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGOKA, IOWA s i vacation 1*8 tutlng for Sylvia Harrand, who is oil vacation. Helen continues work mornings for G. D. Shumway. Mrs. W. H. Thompson, of Fort Dodge, left last Thursday, after several days here with her sister, Mrs. George H. Free. She went to Mason City to visit another sister who recently suffered a broken is to iy. >rt Titonkian Wins Hollywood J Florence Reynolds, Titonka, impersonating Kate Smith, radio singer, won .first In, the Hollywood Premiere at the Call Friday night. Miss Reynolds, who has a really marvelous voice and could easily double tor Miss Smith, sang "When First in Vf owe Premiere mosphere of a movie premiere In a lovic capital. Others who took parts In the iremlere, with the characters they mpersonated, were: Stella Ward, anet Gaynor; Atha Hardgrove, Greta Garbo; Doris Jones, June Clyde; Betty Ann McEnroe, Baby mm TO SI The ahnti all county tendents ar place at De vesday, 1 'reasurer and Recor arm. . J. F. Overmyer's two Wealthy , n«r guests II »»rt K fiwrtayw |j| f 9.F. A. her par«. Frost, and that he has had to prop up many branches. Yesterday he found a branch a half Inch thick which had split under the weight ot 45 apples. iStgrid Strom, Nettie Weisbrod, and Olivia, Lllllna, and Mathilda Kressln left Tuesday for Milwaukee, .to visit relatives. of the Kres- , [.he Moon Comes Over the Mountains," and stopped the show with It, the audience calling for an encore. Roger Michel, Impersonating Micky McGulre, won second place and Patrick McEnroe, taking the part ot "Fatty" in the "Our Gang' comedies, won third. Honorable mention was accorded to Edwart Ostrum as "Cab" Calloway, Vlr glnla Good as Billie Dove, and Es ther Pratt as Zazu Pitts. 'eggy; Mary Helen McEnroe, Jean )arling; Patricia McEnroe, Mitzl Green; Zita McDonell, Janet Gay- BTlU w»*f *»»* »•«.— »».»«»•»»»..*. ***. ...» ...» v » " an sin glrls.'and were thence to go to th(j Century o£ There was a good-sized audlenc outside the theater to watch th "stars" arrive, and floodlights an announcements; provided-; : the ' a at Clear frogress fatr . cnanw vt p I" (liter- MM. . Overmyer got , home trom lowa City> whore Bhe a tt en ded the first session of the ,hree day's. Auditor Butler, County Englnee nor. The theater was crowded, and the tnpersonators were accorded almost equal applause, barring the exception accorded to Miss Reynolds' performance. Songs were sung by Virginia Good, Doris Jones, Betty McEnroe and Miss Reynolds. Mary and Patricia McEnroe gave tap dances, ant Esther Pratt gave a dialog comedy skit with the announcer. The oth ers paraded to show their Hkenes to the stars whose parts they .took Thursday, and Dufty, Clerk Frldajf McEvoy ended al A U 111 l\S l UMl>A**t t « — —-- -w — Smith, and the board of superv s ors—Heiken, Balgeman, McDonald Funnemark, and Morris — wer there the first two days. Stat Comptroller Murtagh was amon speakers before the auditors. Chief subject tor discussio among the auditors and supervisors was the Beatty-Bennett bill enacted by the last general assembly, which requires a 2ft per cent cut in all tax levies this year. An attempt to repeal or modify the law will be .made at. the special session ot the !« _V-iLi.^_'_ *Ut«. '4>n11 'legislature this tall. ANTONE JORGENSEN, 45 YEARS HERE, IS DEAD Antone Jorgensen, who had lived n Kossuth 45 years, died Saturday at his home In the First yard, Algona, following six months of fall- Ing health. Funeral services were conducted at the Merritt Funera Home Monday afternoon by the Rev. Allen Wood, Good Hope Music was furnished by Ruth Mes Bernlce Wilson, and Mary Interment was In River PAGEBBV1H ..Cut Rate Grocery.. eek End Specials 49cl INEW Pe TATOES /Mrs P. J- Braner ind .festival at the Bend, Suhl {larch state/universly summer school. She Jg wor fci n g towards a master's de« ree in 'Ens"*". and is also takin e French and Latin. F. C. Zender Is having a vacation Caldwell store. He rented a cot- Okobojis and left Mon- wlth his family. Mr. Caldwell recently returned from a ten-day vacation In northern Minnesota. I The Chan Caldwell Harlem club orchestra of 18 people, including six women entertainers, will play for a dance at the Floral hall next Monday night. Dances are conducted there every Monday and Friday A L Long and K,» last week Wed* , week at the Century -Lf,|r at Chicago. ._ ?u«C.B.Nasby, Omaha, Sj'after a visit since Etlth the latter's parents, rs K. D. James. . g— t\t\A oil A.Hn ***» «•»**• « «*«»,. ».- —--.-—„ - - pkHO ! e « n n^v with the night by the fair management. a spent Monday witn tne ^ ^ H Frederlckson, ot Great f listers, Mrs. **•.L. • " Falls, Mont., who is spending the jMrs.H. ?. wnue.^ with her mo ther, Mrs. E. , Spongbergs returned Dlcklnson> went to Clear Lake aweekat Cleanse. lagt Thurgday to visit her aunt) .Mrs. J. A. Van Ness, Mason City, .. . , „ who has a summer cottage-there, j Mrs. F. A. A ? ltte '' d 'JJfg I Frank J. Miller returned Monday f 0 °l i«« Thev arei to his'home at Ashton, after hav- riKuenhoTd. .ing substituted three weeks for R. a major in physics, was conferred on him at the close of the first term of the summer quart.er at Iowa State college last Thursday. He has returned to Ames, where he is doing research work In physics. Visitors at the Century of Progress world's fair, Chicago, will be interested to know that W. E. Laird's nephew, Wilbur Laird, Chicago, was employed in the crew which built the famous 600-ft. "Sky senger, Foster, view. Born In Denmark In 1859, Mr Jorgensen there grew up and I 1879 married Anna M. Bundesen They lived In Denmark the nex eight years, and four children wer born. In 1888, accompanied by three children, they came to the United States and settled in Kossuth, where 10 other children were The widow and five children sur- J vlVe: Mrs; William 1 Miickdy, 'Mrs. Walter Dale, and Mrs. James Murray, all ot Algona; Mrs. Will Matt- lln, Urbana, 111.; Martin Jorgensen, Waterloo. There are 26 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Milk, Tall Cans, 3 for . . 17c " Baking Soda, 2 for . . 9< Mustard, large jar ... 12c Pork & Beans, No2i«tee 2 for 19c Green Tea, one-lialf pound 12c BUSiBST LITTLE STORE IN TOWN" Ride" towers which dominate the exposition grounds. Great difficulty In building the towers was encountered, for most of the .workers were reluctant to scale such heights. Mrs. Gladys South, in charge of women's ready-to-wear at Chris- chilles & Herbst's, got home Sunday from a week at Norfolk, Neb., with her parents and her son Frank, who is spending the summer there. En .route back, Mrs. South, who was driving alone, encountered storm, and several times • ^ of Leona Clark to Bride— Friends of Bernard Frankl and Leona Clark have learned ot their marriage last week Wednesday. The ceremony was performed at the Catholic rectory, Freeport, 111., and the couple left Immediately tor Chicago for a few days at the Century ot Progress world's fair Thence they went to Cleveland Ohio, where they will make their home. Bernard expected to resume insurance work there. The bride, who Is a daughter ot group of friends Saturday and Sunday. Chicago Nurse Entertains— Betty Streit, R. N., Chicago, entertained at two tables of bridge at the home of her sister, Mrs. H. M. Smith, last week Wednesday. Guests were Alice Kaln, Alice Rlst, Carlotta Kanouff, Frances Zender, and Mesdames Bernard Frankl, M. C. McMahon, and G. L. Free. Philadelphia Visitor Honored— M riue. wno is a aauBinci ui . * -mii»»;iinu<» *«,»«- „•—._-Mr«. Paul Clark. w«. E raa- Mr.. Cldiw Lalrt entertained it . roller skating rink ^ uderian , puuea : a Adva nce llnotypist. an Advance jAmes. It came here from •» WIs,. four weeks ago. : ^Morrison, wlte ot the 1st. fium Bureau agent, under- r operation at the KOB[ yesterday morning. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse emplbye some years ago, has_ developed into a first-class Hnotyp- 1st. I Jos. Auner, Des Moinea, made a brief stop here Saturday night. His wife and children are visiting Mrs. r v Huise Auner's parents in California, and & ThuS ^was en^ute to the OkoboJ* to *r «^J!r.K iSRSSS £««" sa«. ten days -with |ud Mrs. Irvin Seeman spent k'&tthe Century ot Yra- .josltlon, Chicago. Mr. See- fa'employed at the Algona night. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby drove •to Des ;Mtjines yesterday afternoon. Mr. Lusby's daughter Helen, Mrs. •H. Pierce Witmer, who lives there, is to be operated on this morning — -i.— w m hos- had to stop in the road west of a ^ Spencer to drag branches out the way. A large audience gathered at the swimming pool Sunday afternoon to hear a concert of the Algona high school band, directed by D. Wane Collins. Though it was a cool day, many also took a dip in the pool. Director Collins expressed appreciation o£ applause, saying that heretofore applause tor musical events here had always been limited, but that Sunday's was hearty and was an Inspiration to the band. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Evans, At- rvmg'ton, is also an Algona school graduate of the same cl ^? 8 He attended Crelghton Omaha, one year before f" te ' l "f L^hursday at the church. This insurance work. .During the last weinurBaay ^ . cag o, was an out ot .town, guest. llf .., ho ..|.. t »i d to Elect- ersy, Methodtot AW to *"« " te ' l " insurance .,«.«. . ~ few months he had operated chicken hatchery here. Lillian Johnson Is Bride— .At the Swedish Lutheran parson-1 luncheon. age at Swea City last week a i will be the annual meeting for election of otficers. After business and program, Mrs. E. A. Genrich and her division will serve a 15c ill I • CHHA il*» «J» < * *—»—. — — __----.-. •lantic, and their son Bobbie spent Sunday-and..Monday with Mr. Ev- parents, Dr.. and Mrs " the Al- Hwrciiu »v aw****-! — "— t~ (to, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Leh- Mkher as far as Amen Sun- - »»v: Overmyer leases Sat- ftora week at the Century ol ill fair at Chicago. At Hampe will Join a fellow teacher [.Holmes spent last week. y and Tuesday looking after , where he Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Schenck visited the former's mother, Mrs. My- Mr" Schenck is ™*™ * crutches '10 Bp>- a"""" r lived, He found a but her healh otherwise la about as usual. , The .Raymond Bradleys, St. Paul stopped to v|sit Raymond's mother 'hi UJ1J5 uai en wo i • j-»» ••• •*••«— ••-.- — ***• Evans. They brought home Katheen Evans, after five weeks there. Tuesday morning Wallace and his wife left for a few days at the Oko- bojis, leaving Bobby here. They are expected back today, and will return to Atlantic tomorrow. Wallace Is a district manager ot Des Moines Register carriers. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Thorpe, their son Russell, and Mrs. Anna Skinner drove to Cedar Falls Sunday to meet Kate Skinner, who had com- noor'Mrs.'A. D. Bradley, last P ' route home from a visit with ., «. Rin«,Gl«nd.le, ;Mr. and , Mrs. C. T. •were also there. •.•-.•• •• •'' .it Sunday the high school band Jrthe direction of O "Wane Col- I played at the pool between 3 1 to'Bancroft Mrs. Ring, who was for -- . Bancroft teacher, IB.the mother of Mrs. Thomas Stull, sister at Bancroft, Thomas and. Leo payed at te pool etween . o'clock. Other Kossuth bands ;their_g_randmother, i Mrs is visiting a with Mur- ulcei, xvatc oivni«*-«» "— — , 1 Dieted six weeks of summer school at the state university. Russell thence accompanied Miss Skinner on a two weeks jaunt to visit the Fred Skinners at Springfield, 111. Fred Is in charge of a department of the state insurance bureau. Miss Skinner and Russell will also visit the Century of Progress exposition at Chicago. Kate is to teach next year at Fort Dodge. B' F. Rahm moved his family to Des Moines Monday. They are domiciled at 1065, 45th st East Wednesday, the Rev. Mr. Swanson pastor, officiating, took place marriage of Lillian Johnson, gona, .to Carl Anderson, Omaha. The couple was attended by the bride's sister, Mrs. Kenneth Seely, Algona, and the latter's husband. The newlyweds returned to Algona after the ceremony, and spent that night with the Seelys. Next day they let for Omaha, where Mr. Anderson Is a contractor and builder The couple met when the bride was visiting there two years ago. Mrs. Anderson is the daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Victor Johnson, who farm north ot the Milwaukee depot. She was born and reared here, an« Rebekah Picnic Is Plann«d— . The Rebekahs will have a picnic at "6:30 tomorrow evening. Each i to take a covered dish, AN ENTIRELY NEW SUPERFUEL AT THE PRICE OF REGULAR ! AT ALL STANDARD OIL STATIONS AND DEALERS Lawn Party for Visitors— Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh entertained a few friends at a picnic on the Murtagh lawn Saturday night, honoring the Harrison Rices, of Los Angeles. ' 'OtlC T»**« l***»»" -••»— — was graduated from the Algona high school in 1925, since which she had been teaching In Kossuth rural schools. Another Country Club Party— Mrs D. D. Paxson won nign score and Mrs. E. C. Hancher low at a Country club bridge luncheon Tuesday. Auction bridge was .play- Other Society. Joint meeting of tbe Presby- A JUlIJv i*ic^ v"«o **r terian Helping Hand and missionary societies will take place ^this afternoon at 2:30 at Mrs. Albert Ogren's. Thli will be the annual "porch party." , The Presbyterian Aid will meet next week Thursday, with Mrs. Leila Donnell; Mrs. Frank Geigel, Mrs R. J. Vincent, and Mrs. David a'their grandmother, Mrs. Mary Mur- itha got home Sunday from a week ,Jof fishing at Cass lakei in northern I teen Invited to play.' inor Praser) left last Thurs ..»return to^ner work as cur- lln a Philadelphia art Institute, 7 two weeks with her parents, 1 Mrs, Walter Fraser. . L. V. Andrews arrived ai ••••• ~— , M , k»«o Sunday to spend the rest their daughter, Mrs i summer with her son, Dr. •. win > Andrews. She now makes ! with a niece at Los An- Mlnnesota. They not only their limit of also blueberries which i ered near the lake. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Johnson home but gath- and . . ed at seven/tables.': Mrs. K. • D. James was'chairman of the^ entertaining committee, assisted by Mrs. J. F. Overmyer and Mrs. Al Falken- lulillviici* **" »««»*> • •.» . Des Moines. The eldest son Maurice, will enter Drake university as a freshman this fall. Clare, next eldest, will" attend the Roosevelt high school, near the Rahm home and the-two younger children will attend a parochial school. Mrs. Rahm is a P daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schemel, Algona. Mr. is much interested in his as assistant state treas- nai. home- ] . «nd Alice White, for Califor- makes her her last Jaunt nome new worn »= »«•» ------- - , -i Vpe .. urer under Treasurer Leo J. weg man whose administration is already considered a marked sue cess Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Maleug ieii two weeks ago to attend an annual A dinner bridge party next .Tuesday evening will be given by the following committee: Messrs, and Mesdames W. G. McCullough, H. M Hauberg, D. H. Goeders. and H. V Hull, and Delia and Edith Welter and F. C. Zender. Shower Honors Algona Bride— Mrs. Verne Austin, Bancroft, en at a miscellaneous show King, assisting 'hostesses. The First Lutheran Dorcas soci- ety.meets tpmprr.sv? afternoon with Mrs. D. D: ; <MohIux; Mrs. Frank Ostrumi assisting ^hostess. STOWAWAY ON BIG SHIP VISITS HERE Bob Trauger was an Algona visi-1 tor Monday, coming , McMahon , the ™ Mrs. Elizabeth * r «y Webb, Siouz City, stopped Thursday on business Monday. He is an. * n ^J v '^ c °' i^r who underUkea to repre-1 MJ- an<L ™; he MrB> Elizahetn I the Insured in the collection « tte j* MinneaDolis. Frances Zen- Kes from Insurance com- Mangan^ M^neapo^^ , Mrs. , Mangan egate from r and Mrs. Harm Helmers, Alfi became parents ot „».. flrl l( .r.r-x. ~— T -- Tn>1 n ^ttrt. child 1 , at the r Kossuth' and Vr ^son John, '^VMonday, Mrs, HeJmerB Is »poMs. who took *ter pf Mr. and Mrs. George v hpm .f Chi- Clgw w •»*•»—— -of railway postal clerks 111. Mr. Maleug was dela the local branch. The daughter Lucille, who Is taking •Sassi^Kw nght or Omah. Mrs. Orr visited her sister, drovetotbe ""-•*•>•*•»&, *nr*w»»ty^ i where her. mother was Sunday ed a t Hutchisons. rmade D an wtomobile'tour around /iK^ws^s^'"' 00 " 0 ""' 8 " J" Sunday evening honoring I [Harrison Ricesi .Los Angele», i ^guests at Mr. »nd Mrs. ». j ^ ^ cook county tour Clayton, their Jeanne, Mrs, Bother. Mrs."a J. Peter- mm, - -"— spent ierv»ni»u **v a, »...»-w«--^ . er 'Friday evening honoring her new sister-in-law, Mrs. Carl Peari, formerly Alma Greiner, deputy trlct court clerk. Bridge was nlayed at seven tables, and Mrs. Mike Droeasler and Frances Ber- enswonthe high scores. Mrs. Pearson was the only Algona guest. Farewell for Maurice ------ , Arba Dee Long entertained at a three Bourse «:3Q dinner Friday evening In, honor pt -Maurice ilahnj St Benedipt.^ who»e- family Is raov r ing to'Des^Ioliies. ; Atter dinner the group attended. the HoUjwood Premiere at the Call. Other were Martha Dewel. Mary E1 Foster ,Bernlce Dearsch, James S? 8 hop, Xllam Kaln. and Lloyd Pratt. here from Xmes, where he had spent the week-end with his parents He and a friend have been furnishing music to customers of a beer__ garden east .uest.on- In an at- ami eame commissioner, D. *»• and his tale was proved for local t7au»..«» —, - W«Uendorf. N V B LowT"Fred Bartholomew, W, p' Hemphill, Elizabeth Mangm Minneapolis, and Oscar BrlcUson spent Friday with Mrs WD. How Lake. IO UUDfcWIM^* " **~ ~ t_ across the street trom the Lake tourist park, on the aide ot the lake. Bob plays a ban- o and his triend a guitar, and they got room and board besides pay. I Mr. and Mrs. Trauger came to Al-j gona Tuesday and they with Bob left for three weeks in, Canada Bob was graduated from the Ames high school last spring, and hTplans to attend the State college It will be remembered that Bob m aaeTa*rip to .BurbpetMfo^ears ago-as stowaway on a shin. He hid on the boat tW H was out to sea. I «e wls^ot allowed to-go^ashore, however, and had to return to tne States. He now hopes to ie- ^trlp to California, possibly from there to the Hawaiian Islands. He found out before that a By thing to have is a birth «£ tlflcate, so he got one at the cus trict court clerk"s office here Today «t every Standard Red Crown pump yooll iad a new gMoIine, wine-colored and different from any Standard Red Crown you've ever wed before... .We want you to try it. We know yon cant boy anything better nnkw yon pay ••*•. qpmplete Superfuel! „« „.». ^-..a cottage, Clear The afternoon waa spent a 1 Mrs. Trauger stopped at . Llvermore Monday to • ... .... Typewriter Ribbont Mrs. Howie entertained 'ontan operation. ' ' * er4 * y :J^s ^ralfway"postal clerk '•^ i Mrs. L. W. Fox r etW r 5 ed ^Jlfgo^Chamberlaln divls- «ay from Chicago, where they, on the A»6"»» *" the Century pf Progress ion. . and Mrs> Shirley They left home Friday and,' Cpunvy ^r.' evening from A-n- >&Pn o4- *MA. r* -.. "_...'".— >'• 'i '.'*A trntr nnTTIR P rm«*J vf ** i j ^.rtmnt rsvE-sSte *-"j icti uuiue jtfHiay .WWH ***•*---' ppf-jay evening i*v»» •*" Jtor FOX'S parents ' " , napojis, Md., ^ h ^ r their daughter, I*;^-M. Oolllnson Has return- a vacation ww w They stopp ed > B R n rt ,'H atter Mye * ee ^ B f ^t rWcS on tne way back for a ' «• H. CoHlngojtj farm, and Is ** ™ * the world's fair, »uv 9 with the thresiflng. > thought the ta * ^ again- •. S-99-*"*-*****'*^ 1 • ' ' • ~ . 8 CHAN CALDWELL other' old Viendl" here since tart" ; and WS faTOOUS PllfSsffiii »« rt « i »S[s*^ ll " lrtr<l i i STAND RE OCR ' Joh}^ se'veraf'dSs w}8' ^•^'et^ned Sunday night I stt^ K . en ««ck. They were W* «, returneo^ , ttend ed ^ate$ at Iowa City. Miss Van Chicago, vwre v»w $xpositlon and s Sunday night from d th PAIBGROUNPS PAVIUON i| ALGONA, IOWA ion* they stoPP^v ~~~^ Mr . 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