Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1933 · Page 3
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23c 15c 9c 13c IOC 19c 25c 6c WESLEYAN'S COUSIN WILL STUDY ABROAD Wesley, AUg. 8-^-Mra. A. E. CHd- ditigs has received a clipping from a San Diego paper, concerning iLeavenworth Colby, son of her cousin, W. Sommerville Colby. He has received a Carnegie scholarship to study law at the University of Paris, and was to sail from New York oh the Bremen. He was graduated from San Diego high school, He was elected to Phi Beta Kappa at Stanford university, where he was graduated.in 1938. He did graduate work in the philosophy department there for a year, and then entered Harvard law school from which he received his LL.B. degree last June. In the last year, in addition to writing his thesis for I'his LL.M. degree, which he has Just received, he has been helping to prepare the Massachusetts annota-t itlons of the restatement of contracts, which the Harvard law JCOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA Garman's. Mr T = h « H ? tclllns Dlble stu <1y Mrs. Harlan Paulson, Wesley, °" '° *•> meet with Mrs. this week er, Is to Tn J n a f?cV lttlesonot th<J Henry Loofts, Seneca, is being cared for in * 8 grandmother, Mrs. attli «, ls W66kl while hls attend the world's fair. Jrgen Skow and Bertha PAOB Wednesday for North Dakota W help thresh. Mary Peters came last week Monday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Petera. She teaches at Elgin, 111., and had been at Chicago. n , Falls last Thursday to attend the annual Bible confer- They returned rH»P. M M an l Mrs - Ole ' F1 °m entertain- Mrs Silas Skow, her son Harold, and her parents, the Nels Johnsons, at Sunday dinner tPaper, tor .5c IQc 29c 25c 25c 19c 35c school is editing. Ho has specialized In admiralty and international law, and will continue his study in these,fields at the university of Paris. Leavenworth Is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Colby, who lived in Algona in the early years. Teacher and Pupil Meet- Mrs. Ada Mitchell, Tracy, Calif,, .was In t«wn last week visiting her nieces, the Mesdames .'Wallace Donovan and Halvor Flom Jr. They also called on Mrs. Mitchell's former teacher, Arabella McPherson, who had not seen Ada since her childhood. She was wholly unexpected, 'but was accompanied by her nieces, and Miss MoPherson knew her at once. From here, Mrs. Mitchell went to Alexandria, Minn., to visit her sister-in-law, Mrs. Axel .Johnson. Her sons, who have been attending the world's fair, will meet'her there, and the party will return to Tracy, near Oakland, going through Yellowstone park. Mrs. Mitchell was Ada Adams, daughter of a pioneer Wesley family, and her first husband was a Mr. Rleb- hoff, twin brother of Mrs. Johnson. She has been twice widowed. , , Allen - Mason and their daughter, Ethel Miller, visited Miss Miller's aunt, Mrs John Amesbury, Sunday. Joseph Ormsby, who Is spending the summer with his aunt, Mrs. John O'Horn, Mason City, visited at home Sunday. The Philip Dahlln family, recently of Des Moines, is visting Mr. Dahlin's sister, Mrs. Eaymond Hansen . Mr. Dahlin, who works for a telephone company, is being transferred to Davenport, and is staying here in the interval. Rolfe Goodnow, of the C. C C who is stationed at Rochester, Minn,, spent the week-end at home. Albert and George Hedlnger, brothers of Mrs. Albert Reno, of the Wesley hotel, are moving into the Theo Doerr house. The Methodist W. F. M. S Will meet with Mrs. Dawson <this week Friday afternoon. W. D. Kearns returned last Thursday from Chicago, where he spent several months with his daughter, Mrs. Beatrice Hayward. Mr. and Mrs. Uoyd Steven, little son Harvey Duane, and the Adrian Sterlings, Algona, were entertained at W. J. Lockwood's Sunday. Mrs. Raymond Housour and her children returned Sunday from Algona, wheqe they spent several weeks at J. T. Graham's. George Manus, with the reforestation army at Rochester, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Manus. S 1 . H. Loekwood, Hardy, daughter Betty, and Josephine Ouiatt, Goldfield, visited last week Wednesday at W. J. Lockwood's. The Edw. Winkles, Slbley, were callers at J. p. Cunningham's Sunday. Mrs. Winkel was Doris Zwel- fel before marriage. Dr. R. H. Thompson left Saturday fer Chicago to attend the world's fair and a dental convention. The George Isenbergers, Clarion, visited Sunday at J. O. Isenberg- cr's. George is J. O.'s nephew. Betty Jane Gabriel, Armstrong, came Friday for a few days with her aunt, Mrs. M. M. Chlpman. Phoebe Chittenden, of Waverly, spent last week Tuesday with, her Saturday tor a week with Lncile Sewick. Nancy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Smith, Jefferson, spent last week with her cousin, Mary Ann Smith. Mrs. J. T. Heaney entertained the Fortnightly club Saturday. '4 Horse Kicks Ledyard Boy. Ledyard, Aug. 8—'Le Roy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Estle, was seriously injured Friday. While playing at the Heetland farm, near Lakota, he was kicked by a horse and had his hip cracked. He was taken at once to Dr. Williams and then brought home, where he must remain In an Injured hand a week ago Friday while he was threshing. The blower pipe became clogged, and he at;empted to clean it without shutting oft the machine. Three fingers were broken. bed. -*• Farmer Hurt In Thresher. Fenton, Aug. 8—William Elmers farmer northwest of town/ suffera Jesse's Repair Shop Having purchased the Shaekel- ford harness machinery I equipped to do all kinds of ness, canvas, and belt repairing. My prices are reasonable. Give us a trial. Just across the street from Swift's. J, W« Speraw OIL STATION AT BURT IS BEING MOVED sister, Mrs. R. H. Thompson. Bertha Bardo, Armstrong, visited Ruth Hodgson Saturday. The girls were college friends. Mrs. Ida Anderson went to Elmore Saturday for the weekend with friends; The Methodist Aid will hold a bake sale Saturday at the cream station. Mary Patrick, Sioux City, came COAL!! Now is the time to order your winter's supply of GOOD COALS We have pars coming in every -week now. Coal will be considerably higher in price this winter. Botstord Lumber Company Where you buy that good Peerless Coal. Phone 256 JIH POOL, Mgr. Largest.In America. Nation's most (a mom ihow herds tram 20 Mate*. 8,000 head, th« pick of the country. And 1500 head at Junior livestock In 4-B rrent*. IQWA'SfWST RACING Gorgeous modernistic of the "Century of direct from Chicago, you'll never forget, program every night. IOO ACRE FftH CAMP Pitch TOOT tenth** In thli DMratifal camp. See the fair M cheaply w (Urine horn*. iSTILlefTA lYTAG LITTLE AS,,, I to 'DON'T WAIT 100 LONG « time to The best r« new washer w. Because % hat never '• Because > have never . . I Mrutage of ' prices. Vwit dealer and raw washer. trom's 520 ****** 1 MOD WAY "•ONY IEURITIS Lester Leases Attend Reunion— On Sunday, which, by the way, was their ninth wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lease, accompanied by their two sons, drove to McGregor to attend a reunion of Mrs. iLease's family, the Gesmes. They drove 349 miles, and were gone from five a. m. to 11 p. in. There were 74 persons in the gathering, and picnic dinner was eaten in Pike's Peak park. On. their way back, the Leases saw the Biley brothers' clock collection at Spillville. Group to World's Fair- Milton Giddings, Wesley, and Marie Harris, Nexa Olsen, and Leo Steven, Sexton, left at 3:15 Monday morning for a week at the Chi- .cago fair. They were accompanied by Mrs.. De Spence Bentley and her baby daughter, 'Ardis Rose, | "who had spent nearly two months with Mrs. Bentley's parents, the A. E. Giddings. Mrs. Bentley went to Peorla, 111., to visit her husband's , parents before returning south. iAinmon Leases Have Guests— i Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Burrell, Ur- •bana, and Mr. and Mrs. Orin Burrell, Eugene, Ore., with their two children, were expected this week Tuesday to spend the remainder of the week with the Burrells' daughter and sister, Mrs. Ammon Lease. They will return to Urbana, where jthe Oregonians, who have been there a week, will complete a month's visit. County Auxiliary Meets Tuesday- Members of the Wesley Auxiliary will attend the county meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary at Bancroft this week Tuesday. The next local meeting will be held Thursday, August 31, and Mrs. R. C. Bauer will serve. lee Cream Social Success— The Methodist Aid took in $22 at Its Ice cream social, given on the lawn near the Lease store Saturday evening. The Aid will meet this week Wednesday with Mrs. Alfred Nelson, Eva MCall assisting. Sen for thd Herman Bodes— Mrs. Ormsby has, returned after acting as nurse at the Herman Bode home. A son, Franklin Don, whose weight was seven and one- half pounds, was born to the Bodes last week Sunday. Lester Larsons at Chicago- Mr, and Mrs, Lester Larson and their little son are attending the world's fair this week. They went with Mr. and Mrs. Nissal, from Garner. Mr, Missal 4s the treasur- of Hancock county. Other Wesley News. Hose Ormsby, housekeeper for her brother, Father Ormsby, Pre* ton, and who has been visiting ai Brttt and Gamer, drove over Sun day, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs John Dietoler, Britt. Mr. and Mrs John Ormsby Joined the group, an< all went to Webster City, to visit Mrs. Ormsby's uncle, Father Bax ter, and his sister and housekeep er, Margaret Baxter. Picnic din ner was eaten In a Webster park. Burt, Aug. 8—1. W. Hansen started moving his oil station Monday to the corner a half mile west of his former location. He recently purchased 50 acres from | William Koestler, and the station will be located on the northwest corner. This gives him a location on the paving. He plans to erect tourist cottages later. Hobsons to Family K«unlon— Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Hobson and their grandchildren, Willie and Cleo Hobson, Lone Rock, left last Thursday for New Providence to visit Mrs. Hobson's brother, attend a family reunion Sunday, and visit other relatives in Hardin county. William Emery Is Dead- Mr, and Mrs. J. G. McDonald were called to Minneapolis Friday to attend the funeral of a brother- in-law of Mrs. McDonald, William Emery. Mrs. McDonald's brother from Grundy Center went with them. r a of the to water. wiy cot- I would dose In « retiring. For Murra/, City Mr. and, Mrs. Nathan StuderEr Falls ma, JTHUws, and Madeline drove to day to visit the Nathan Studei 4wgtetor, Bertha Wtschmeier, the families of her children. AU returned Sunday nigh luuiuit* tcfUM" 7 " v »-,--r •„!«, Emm* will spend a few days with fcer sister, and will go *— vtl "° to M»89» CHy to see her ~ actor 'Burie, who recently return I from 'aja. European trip- , Mrs. Wallace Benton, who hac and Bolainger, at Clea two weeks, w«l return thi T»es4»y, and will be accom panle4 ^y ^r »u»t8 wd by he <»ueln, Grace Bolstoger Stevens who wUJl »afc« * short visit Former Algonlans Visit Here—; Mrs, Sadie Schenck, Minneapolis, and her daughter Maud, teacher there, came Saturday to visit relatives, and with the L. H. Schencks were Sunday ddnner guests at Horace Schenck's, Titonka. Californlans Are Guests Here— The Cass Smiths, Los Angeles, arrived last week Wednesday for vo weeks with Cass's parents, Mr. nd Mrs. C. C. Smith, and Mrs. mith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas- erson, Algona. iome from Visits In East— Mrs. N. I. Morness and daughter Margaret returned Saturday from wo weeks in the east. They visited an aunt at Long Island, N. Y., nd friends in Massachusetts and Isewhere. cforestatlon Soldier Discharged— Willard Stow returned last week Wednesday from Rochester, Minn., Arhere he was in the reforestation ervice. He had not been well for ome time, and received his dis- harge. ' Blebhoffs Visit World's Fair— The L. E. Riebhoffs returned last week Wednesday from Toledo, where Mr. Riebhoff worked three veeks. They went to the fair at Ihicago after leaving Toledo. Atens Back from Pennsylvania— The Rev. S. H. Aten and his fam- ly got home last Thursday from Ambridge, Pa., where they spent two weeks with Mr. Aten's mother and other relatives. Zelpha Pratt 11; Party— Zelpha Rae Pratt entertained a dozen girls at a party in honor of her 11th. birthday Friday. Other Burt News. Druggist and Mrs. F. L. Pratt were entertained last Thursday evening at a dinner party at the Algona Country club clubhouse given for druggists and their wives jy Homer Tuttle, traveling drug salesman who lives at Algona. The evening was spent at cards. Mr and Mrs. Charles Reibsamen, Titonka, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Keagle, Minneapolis, visited the J. P. Cunninghams Friday. Mrs. Reibsamen is Mr. Cuptaghams sister, and Mrs. Keagle; formerly Vivian Reibsamen, is his niece. Ada Schwietert, who works at the Algona hotel, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Bertha Mr. and Mrs. E. C. spent Sunday evening at Merle Schwietert's, AlBona. Mr and Mrs. P. L. Dremmel and their grandson, Donald Drenunel, returned Saturday from Prairiei du is., where they went last ueSw to attend the funeral of a niece of Mr. (Dremmel. Mrs. H. A. Steward, son Harold, daughter Dorothy, Wttte Hawcott, and the Walter Stewards went to SfarLrte Sunday to Join several other Steward families for a pic- with her cousin, Pr. M- Ind Mrs. Opal Morrison, «pr (i- S»o (ttaS the Century o£ Pwg Westinghouse • For the first time in history a range follows your cook book exactly — while you are OUT of your kitchen! Set the magic Westinghouse "Cooking Control," put a roast in the cold oven... leave the kitchen until mealtime. At the correct time, cooking will start — and bring the temperature quickly to 500 degrees. When the roast is at the peak of flavor and tenderness (the "Flavor Zone") the oven will sear and caramelize the outside, sealing the delectable juices INSIDE. Then the oven will change to 300 degrees (Dual-automatic) and finish at milder heat, to RETAIN the peak flavor. Then cooking stops —but the roast is kept hot, without drying out, until served. When you carve it you will marvel at the quantity of rich juice... at its new deliciousness and tenderness ... and that it has not shrunk as it would have in a fuel oven. You'll be pleased, too, to learn that the electric cost is LESS than in an ordinary oven. Experts say "Roast this way for delicieusnesg" Look in your cook books. Every authority recommends two temperatures... for important flavor reasons. No other range can do it, automatically. THIS ELECTRICAL BRAIN ;..the magic Westinghouse "Cooking Control," starts and stops your cooking — and changes the oven temperature, as you now must stay home to do by hand. (Patents applied for.) MONEY SAVINS INVENTIONS Westinghouse Corox "Quick Cook" units give you ANY speed you want, Ttey are the fastest, most economical electric range units made. The oven, too, heats faster than most fuel ovens, and more economically. Note shattowless table-top of odd-resisting pondain; the convenient space for utenwb supplies. Its Beaming beauty tdU be a joy for a lifetime.. Cook With Electricity Do you Know that with the •ooking rate in Algona you have an opportunity to cook with the ffiwMtt* Method of eooktng known fat the wort* today, at an operation eost which la aauxingly low, an* y«u ean enjoy u»tacr the eo*I- ert, quickest, ei*a»«st type •feoottng a* iae lowest po«- THE ONLY RANGE THAT Will} 1 _ COOK OVEN MEALS automaticauy* by the famous Dutch Oven "Flavor Zone** method; w * —DO BAKING—auto* matically, with an even temperature from beginning to end, in every part of the ovea* 3—ROASTT-Dual-automatically, the waf all cooking authorities recommend, bf « combination of two temperatures. < You can see thai no one-beat "automatic'* range can give the delicious results and com* plete freedom from the kitchen which thft Westinghouse Dual-automatic " Approved by Good Hoiuckcefiaf I* COME ill AND lie THIS Super Economical NEW IANSE OnDisplay at Algona City Hall Westinghouse Electric Waterloo, lowi *>**»,*., '",,('•> a t A

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