Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1933 · Page 8
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ALGONA WOMAN PASSES AFTER SHORT ILLNESS Services Monday for Mrs. I. G. Dewel at Church. Mrs. Jarre Maria iDewe] died Friday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. B. A. Thorpe, o£ East Call street. She had for more than four years been in feeble health. Following an attack of stomach complaint, to which she was subject, heart weakness developed Friday morning and caused death. Funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon at 2:30 by the Rev. C. V. Hwlse, Methodist pastor, at the Methodist church, and burial was'made in the family lot in Riverview cemetery. Born In New York. Mrs. Dewel, who was In her 77th year, was t>orn an St. Lawrence county, N. Y., March 22, 1857. Her father enlisted in the Union army and died of typhoid fever contracted in the service. Her mother was ! left -with several children, who were reared on a farm in St. Lawrence county. Mrs. Dewel was the last of her immediate family. Her maiden surname was Shoen. Married in 1874, before she was 18, Mrs. Dewel and her husband, Ira G. Dewbl, who died four years ago last January, first ran a small hotel, then farmed in St. Lawrence county. Tiring of the stony, un- 'Preductive soil of northern New York and yielding to the call of the then far west, they came to Iowa in 1880 and settled at Goldfleld in Wright county, near where a married sister of Mr. Dewel lived. Formerly Liml at Goldfield Goldfiekl was the family home till 1895, and in the meantime Mr. Dewel followed in turn the contracting and building, lumber, and banking businesses. Then a change was made to Maxwell, Story county, where Mr. Dewel was successively engaged j n the lumber and banking businesses. After several years at Maxwell Mr. and Mrs. Dewel Jived at Bondurant, near Des Moines, for a time, and later at Des Moines. About 1910 Mr. Dewel retired, and the next year he and Mrs.' Dewel, with their youngest daughter, now Mrs. Thorpe, came to Algona. Fire Children Survive. There are five children, 16 grandchildren, and three great- grandchildren. The children are;W. C. Dewel and Mrs. Thorpe, Algona; Mrs. M. C. Keith, Casper, Wyo.; E. H. Dewel, Muskogee, Okla.; and Mrs. Geo. G. Cole, of Cooper. The children were all here for the funeral, and Mr. Cole and the daughters Georgia and Elinor were here also. Mr. and Mrs. Dewel had one other daughter, Mrs. Wil- 'bur Warner, Maxwell, who died many years ago. Mr. Warner came for the funeral. Others who were here for the funeral were: Henry McCurry, Mrs. Will McCurry, Bert and Guy McCurry. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCurry, Mr. and Mrs. Howard McCurry, and Mrs Pearl Martin, all of Renwick; Mrs Edna Griggs, St. Paul, son Earl daughter •Buelah; Mil and Mr,s! Gerald Shoen, Truman, Minn.,; Mrs. E. O. Shoen, Eva and Bessie Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stevenson, all of Goldfield; Mr. and Mrs Guy Cooper and Robert Scott, Maxwell; Mrs. A. R. Thiele, Emmetsburg. 'Pall bearers were Merle Griggs F. L. Thorpe, D. P. Smith, K. D. James, Homer Boevers, West Bend and H. E. Ward. Mrs, IDewel was a member of the Methodist church here, also of the order of the Eastern Star, and she was formerly a member of the Algona W. R. C. Since her husband's deaUi ehe had lived with Mrs Thorpe. Jforel Treasure-Hunt Party Thunder and lightning and rain provided a thrilling realistic touch for a treasure hunt which featured a Country club party Tuesday night. Despite the storm 77 guests ing to Algona. They 4 will have the Mrs. W. E. Kaitt home. Picnic Honors Mrs. Schenck— One hundred and fifty relatives and friends of Mrs. Sadie Schenck ni&ni. jjco^itc me stunn it guests «"« menus ui mm, oauie ocnencK attended and entered into the spirit J formerly Algona, now of Minneapo- nf tho nhnoa viH'fTi libo**f t-nnnn «H \\Q o-a t tl a tin rl of tVm A v« 1* «*.,... A of the chase with heartiness climaxed when several of he guests, including women, doffed shoes and stockings to wade in the children's pool after one of the "clues." One of the men slipped on a wet walk around the pool and skidded on white flannel trousers, and another left his shoes there. The treasure hunt followed a 7 o'clock dinner at three long tables at the clubhouse. To the assembled guests was then read the first clue: 'Go to the house that's round, yet is not; A search by the door will reveal a whole lot." The guests drove away in cars and found another rhymed verse at the M. & St. L. roundhouse, which directed them to the trap-shooting grounds at Blackford's park, with .hese words: "Shut your trap tight, ; Shoot the works for the night." At the park was found the following verse, which, when correctly interpreted, sent the cars dashing to the C. & 'N. W. grade crossing near the Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory: Follow Fortune's track From the platform to -the camel's back. A verse found there directed the searchers to "one of the seats iii Section E," which was found at the' fairgrounds grandstand. A verse there directed them to the wading poo! : In Davy Jones' locker down under; the sea . . : -'-.:King Neptune is wondering who the lis, gathered at the Ambrose A Call state park Sunday for a picnic dinner in her honor. Mrs- Schenck's daughters Lois, Chicago, and Mildred and Maude, with whom 'she lives also attended. Mrs. Schenck is the only sister of Geo. C. Hanna's, near Lone Rock; and A. B. Schenck, north of Algona, Lloyd Schenck, Burt, rural mail carrier, and Horace Schenck, employed at the Titonka creamery, are her sons. Donald Smith 11; Party— Donald Smith Jr. celebrated his llth birthday last week Wednesday by entertaining friends at a theater party. Later the boys had refreshments at a drugstore. Guests were Lowell Hancher, Frank Green Jr Richard Pool, Richard Keen, Jacl Chrischilles, Russell Buchanan, iEd win Gllmore, and Vincent Isaacson Donald is the son of Mr. and Mrs D. P. Smith, and his father works at the postoffice. Party Honors Two Visitors— Mrs. D. H. Goeders, Mrs. F. W Wehler, and Mrs. K. D. James en winner will be. -Hint: No bicycles or dogs allowed." This clue proved the most difficult to unravel, for the next verse was in a bottle floating in the pool- It gave directions for finding the treasure, which was buried In shrubbery near the clubhouse. It is reported that Mrs. M. J.i Streit and Ruth McMahon dared the- pool depths to salvage the bottle and that Perry White has had a< pair of damp trousers cleaned and pressed. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. French tertained at 6:36 dinner Saturday evening in honor of Mrs. Anna Uh- ledorf, Chicago, and Mrs. Harry Moore, San Antonio. Bridge was played at four tables, Mrs. Win. K Ferguson and Mrs. <C. B. Murtafeh winning the high scores. Mrs. Uhlendorf and Mrs. Moore received guest prizes. Party for Mason City Girl- Mrs. C. K- Clark entertained at two tables of bridge Friday night in honor of her niece, Elizabeth Schoby, Mason City. Joyce Hartman, Janesvilie, Wis., won high score, and Elizabeth received a guest prize. Other guests were Mary Foster, Helen Goeders, Margaret Habegar, Arba_.Dee Long, Geptrude Long, and Margaret VI- gaflsi'': ; * Surprise for Buth Muckey— T A group of friends surprised Ruth Muckey in honor of her 18th birthday anniversary Tuesday. The evening was spent at cards and other 'games. Gertrude Nelsen won ^traveling prize. Other guests were «i.. <«.u ana. n. f. r-rencn and Kathefyn Deim, Violet Norman Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky found f,£ utn an ' d " Marita Bestenelehener and won the prize. Afterwards' 'Frances McEnroe, Mary Gisch, and there was dancing to music by a T — ''' --- " "" ~ " trio composed of Mrs. Celina McGeorge Corkle, Eddie Ostrum, 'and Carmody, Whittemore. The verses were written by George IL. Free, who shows promise of succeeding his father as north Iowa's poet laureate. The committee in charge of the party was: Messrs- and Mesdames G- W Stillman. TV". C. Rice, and P. J. Christensen, Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Adams, and William F. Steele, Beth Backus, and Dr. M. J. Bourne. The party next Tuesday will be in the afternoon, and the following committee has charge: Mrs. H- E. Rist, Mrs. S. E. McMahon, and Mrs. M. P. Haggard. Imelda and Rita Dooley. Dinner for California Visitor— The Edw. Bartletts at dinner last week night in honor of entertained Wednesday Mrs. Fred Behnke, Maywood, California. Guests were' Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson, their -children, Adrls and Lyle, Mr. and Mrs. H. W, Post, their sons Richard and Robert, and Mr. and Mrs. 'Raymond Reid, Hobarton. Bjustrom Family Hag Reunion- Attending a Bjustrom family reunion at Stratford 'Sunday were Messrs- and Mesdames R. O., A, C., C. W., and Q, A. Bjustrom, Cecil Bjustrom, and Grace Walker. There; were some 80 relatives in attendance. The gathering was held at the Fred Patterson home. A num j her of Bjustrom families live near Stratford. ' , Mrs Harry Moore Honored— . iElla Thompson tntertained in honor of Mrs. Moore at a one o'clock luncheon Tuesday. Bridge was played at five tables, Mrs. D. H. Goeders and Mrs. M. P. Weaver winning the high scores, and Mrs. Moore receiving a guest prize. Mrs. J. T. Chrischilles entertained in lonor of Mrs. Moore last evening. Harley Bartlett Has Birthday- Mr, and Mrs. Edw, Bartfett en- ertained at'a 6:30 dinner 'Sunday n honor of their son Harley's jlrthday anniversary. The table vas centered with a birthday cake. Guests were George Hackman, Jr. and Harley's sister, Mrs. Raymond Reid, Hobarton, and her husband.' Boy Is Host at Party- Edwin Gilmore celebrated his llth 'birthday by giving a party last week Monday. Games were followed by refreshments. Guests were Lewis and James Neville, Donald Smith Jr., Russell Buchanan, and Richard Godfrey. WANTED TO BtJlr Oft Morse.—Chas. Scott* Burt, 7 mi. north on No. 169. ' igp49 SALE.OR TRADE—19S3 Plymouth sedan, Do Luxe.—Algona Auto Market, west courthouse. 12p49 FOR SAME—10 HEAD OF CAT- •tle, 700 pounds-^Chas.. Scott, Burt, 7 miles north on No. 1«9, p49 WANTED — EXPBRliBNCED woman for general housewo/k, to go to Des Moines.—Call 455, Algona. 13U49 OWNER MAY CLAIM STRAYED pigs at Frank Bentele's, Sexton, by paying for feeding and this notice. 10p47-49 LOST—BLACK AND WHITE RAT Terrier, answers to name of Rex. Reward to finder.—O. H. Engstrom, Algona. , I7p49 AtirftotttflrjN) sfctt f A«f URAL ESTATE. In the District Court of lowft, In and for Kossuth County. D. W. Bates, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, Plaintiff, —V8.~- Peoples Savings iBank, St. (Benedict, Iowa, * Defendant. To All Depositors and Creditors ot the (Peoples Savings Bank, St. Benedict, Iowa, and to Whom it May Concern:- \ , » ' You, and each of you, are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, the Application of >D. W. Bates, Superintendent of (Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver POPULAR RATES AT THE Beaufort hotel, 112 3rd St. So., opposite Federal bldg., Minneapolis; 75c, $1, $1.50 a day. Parking next door. . ^ 22p49 the pisti 10*% r Bank/at. g ih»l h« b« following described premises, «itu-> afed in the County of Kossuth Mid State of low*, io-^lt: The NofthWegt Quarter (NWK) of flection Seventeen , (17), TownshlpL.Nlnety; « five ' (98) North, ttahge TWdnty-«eveh (27) West of the fifth'. t»t |*.,' and that part of , the Southwest Quarter (SW&) of Section Seventeen (17), township Ninety-five (95) North, Range Twerity-seten (27), being North of the Right-of-way of the tt» .<& St. L. Railway. Company known as the Kelner farm, to iL, E, LlnnanJ ot Algona, Iowa, for thfe^ sum .of Twenty-f ive ' Dol- day ..-, on the A. D. 1933, at said day, at w appear and <?Vin,'~ MI llni( have why an o^ caus6 i entered au* " conveyance. 49 LAST CALL FOR CHICKS: LAST hatch August 14. Free chicks one week.—Inquire Hamilton Leghorn Farm & Hatchery, Bancroft. -T" • . ' 19(2)47-49 MAN WANTED TO SUPPLY CUS- i tomers with famous Watklns Products in Algona. Business es-' tablished, earnings average $25 weekly, pay starts immediately.— Write J. .R. Watkins Company, D-71, Winona, Minn. 27p48-51 Mrtfiday aniversary last Tuesday by entertaining a Boy Gives Birthday Party- Fritz, 7 year-old son of Mr. and Mrs . Alex Nellson, observed a week D _ group of ne ighborhood children at ice :ream and cake following an afternoon at games. Other Society. Mrs. C. B. Murtagh entertained at o'clock .dinner Tuesday night honoring Mrs. Harry.Moore, San Antonio, Texas, and Mrs. Anna Uhlendorf, Chicago. Mrs. AlFalk- enhainer won the high score at >ridge, played at six tablos, and the honor guests received gifts. SAMS OR TRADE—Skelgas stove, complete.—Algona Auto Market, west of courthouse. 12p49 I LEGAL NOTICESl 1 ' IN EQUITY NO. 13788 NOTICE-OF APPLICATION FOB Want AcU ROLL FILMS DEVELOPED FREE at Lusby's. 40-51 OR SAlLE—MODEL AA FORD truck.—Call Advance. ' 8p49 FOR SALE Model T Ford 2-door sedan, new battery, good tires. Ten months insurance. Cheap. MES. D. J. MITCHELt 615 N. Jones st. AT THE PRICE OF REGULAR ,> -< %V I i **$&' f "'«'*/" S-W-y^ (VANTED—GIRL FOR Housework, to sleep at home; $2.50 a week.— nquire Advance. SALE OR TRADE—MOLJNE' gang plow.—Wm. Durant, Alona. WANTED—WORK ON THE farmi Middle age, single. — Call Ada nce. 10p49 Kenneth Mercer Weds Tomorrow— 'Kenneth Mercer, swimming • pool manager and high school coach, will be married tomorrow at Web| ster City to Helen Ervin, daughter 'Of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Ervin, of Milo. The couple met while they were attending Simpson college at Indianola, where Mr. Mercer was a member of the A- T. O. fraternity and Miss Ervin of the Delta Delta Delta sorority, Mr. Mercer's father lives at Albia. . The ceremony will be nerfjrmed in the presence of 15 relatives and friends, and following a wedding supper the couple will spend ten days at the Okobojis before return- SWIMMING MEET DRAWS CROWD TO POOL HEBE SUNDAY •A large audience gathered Sun- concert and watch a swimming pool to hear a high school band concert and watch a svvlimniing meet. The concert was given at 3 o'clock and the meet followed. Results of the meet were: Boys 1'5 or over 100-yd. free style, won by Dick Poet, 70 seconds; Charles Cretzmeyer, second; Bob Williams, third. •60-yd. free style won by Roland white, 31 seconds; Cretzmeyer second; Williams, third- 'Plunge for distance won by Post 40 feet; Bob MpCulIough, second-' Williams, third. High-board diving: McCullough first; Jones, second; Sellstrom, third. ' Liow-board diving: McCullough, iirst; Selstrom, second; Jones, third. Boys 14 or Under 50-yd. free style won by Russel Picket, J6 seconds; Junior Long second; LeRoy Lee, third. 100-yd. free style won by the same boys in same order, 78 seconds. Girls 14 or Under 25-yd. free style, phylis Mathes and Dorothy DeMott, tied for first 17 seconds; Frances Godfredson! third. Gertrude Zender won the 50-yd free style for girls of any age iii 41 seconds; Dorothy DeMott and Frances Godfredson, second and third respectively. Betty Merritt won the 25-yd. free style for girls under 10 in 21 seconds; Mary Ellen Halpin, second- Shirley Stevenson, third. 'Betty Merritt also won a boys' and girls' 25-yd. free style contest for children under ten in 20 seconds; Jack Kain, second; Richard HaLpiu, third- Feeding Pigs Yes, we have some more ®8 those South Dakota feeding pigs. About 2000 head' ®n hand. These pigs have never been in stockyards. Weighing from 30' to 110 pounds. Guy K. Smith or J. L Mar tin Three miles east of Livermom.' Phaue Sardines, 15 oz. can lOc Laundry Soap, 10 bars __28c Minute Tapioca, pkg. ___12c Pineapple, small size, 2 cans Navy Beans, 5 Ibs. 22c Peas, No. 2 can 10c Cocoa, 2 Ib. can 21c Tomato Juice, per can _7c Grapenut Flakes 9c Fancy Tomatoes for Canning. All kinds of Fruit Jars. Complete line of fresh fruits, Vegetables, and Meats.' TOP PRICES FOR EGGS H. R, SORENSEN & COMPANY Phones 18$ aad 139 We deliver. 's*" >v ''>•< -> ^, -'*> 'f ' ; ' '-'•• The CompJete Superfuel Some "regular" g-.ollne.m.yequ.lSuiidard Red Crown in one or two qualiucs _ none surpasges it. 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