Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1933 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 17, 1933
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PAGE FOUR clTTLONE ROCK DAMAGED IN ACCIDENT Lone Rock, Aug. 16—The William {Bierstedt car was badly damaged en route to town Friday evening. Near the Eugene Hofius farm a •piece of iron carried on one of the lenders fell off and punctured a tire. The car dived into the ditch, and the headlights and the right rear fender were bent and broken. Mr. Bierstedt had bought the car only recently. Rug Wins Achievement Honor— •Prom here attending a 4-H [Achievement day at Bancroft Friday were Muriel Long, Cleo Hob- Bon, Kathryn Stebritz, Beryl Sanders, Mrs. Geo. C. Hanna, daughters Pearl and Myrtle, Mrs. Emil 1/aabs, daughters Margaret and Mildred, and Delbert Hanna. A braided rug which Muriel made >was among articles chosen for exhibition at the state fair. fowtttft #4S!t AUQ World Champion Auto Races Group Has Picnic at Lake— Mrs. E. M. Jensen, her children, and the former's sister, Elizabeth Jensen, Graettinger. and Mrs. R. W. Schooley, Caldwell, N. J., with Mrs. A. A. Krueger, had a picnic at Tuttle Lake Friday, and E. M. Jen- teen and Mr. Krueger joined them in the evening. Mrs Schooley and Miss Jensen came last Thursday (or a visit at the local Jensen Jiome. frladstones Have Family Dinner— Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger entertained the latter's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Gladstone, and the rest oC the Gladstone family, with Mr. Gladstone's sister, Mrs. iFay Warden, Grant City, Mo., and her family at dinner last week .Wednesday. The same group had a picnic at Interlaken last Thursday. Threshing Crew Has Picnic— The Edward Bierstedt threshing 'crew bad a picnic at Silverside lake Bast week Tuesday. Attending: the Raymond, Edward, and William Bierstedts, the R. Simpsons, the Henry Hartwells, the Emil Pier- eons, Mrs. Caroline Ackerman, her children, and the Leonard Heerdts. Club Picnteks at River— The Friday club had a picnic Fri- 'day at the river north, of town. Attending: Mesdames Alex Krueger, Emil Kraft, Frank Flaig, Otis Sanders, Jack Quinn, William Leeper, H. J. Rice, W. G. Flaig, L. R. Rod- 'ericfc, J. M. 'Blanchard, Arthur Priebe, and Edward 'Farris. Des Moines, la., Special: Sig Haugdahl, probably the most fa- «pnM l 7 er DOW Hvlng ' holder 0£ numerous world records. s£?tP F«> h f tw V daya of auto r ^es headlining this year's Iowa 6 ug ' 5 and Sept> l - This y ear ' 8 race8 »M open to tO TITONKA WINS IN 'AUX' SCRAP BOOK CONTEST Titonka, Aug. 15—More than 100 members of the Kossuth Legion Auxiliary units met a week ago Tuesday afternoon at the Forester's hall at Bancroft, guests of the Bancroft unit. 'Following the opening of the ; meeting by ritual form the new county officers were installed. Mrs. Ida E. Larson, of Swea City, county chairman ;Lucille Merritt, Algona, vice-chairman; Martha Bonacker, Titonka, secretary; Mrs. E. J. Seney, Bancroft, treasurer; Jeanette McMurray, Algona, chaplain; Sadie Denton, Titonka, historian; Mrs. A. R. Wolfe, Fenton, first sergeant-at-arms; Bernice Jensen, 'Lone Rock, and Mrs. L. L. Lease, Wesley, publicity chairman. The officers were Installed by Mrs. J. C. Underkofler, Bancroft, dept. chaplain, who was also a charter member of the Bancroft unit and the first delegate to r . J. Cotton to World's Fair— the state convention from Ban- Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Cotton have croft. The Kossuth organization presented pictures to Sadie Den- hand books were sold. Men Work Out Poll Tax- Ray Hansen is supervising men working out their poll tax in Buffalo township. New scrapers have arrived for their work. FENTON HOST TO MANY AT CELEBRATION Fenton, Aug. 16—A Legion celebration last Thursday was a success, though a shower in the late afternoon caused everyone to run for shelter. It lasted only a short time, however, and the sun soon dried the damp ground. A good- sized crowd was on hand for the ball games. The Fenton and Whtt- temore town team game resulted in a score of 11-7 In favor of Fenton, and the Burl-Bancroft; Junior League game ended 5-2 in favor of Bancroft. There were numerous concessions and all were well patronized. A pavilion dance attracted a large patronage, and a tap dance by the Lngerman twins, Josephine and Gen&va, Hampton, formerly of Whlttemore, was a feature of the evening at the dance hall. Good- sized delegations from surrounding :owns helped swell the crowd, and the celebration lasted until the wee sma' hours of the morning alter. 4-H Club Meeting Held The Fenton (Forwards 4-H club met last week Tuesday at Lorena and Ella Dreyer's. Eleven members and five visitors responded to roll call on "an attractive bed- been spending ten days with Chicago relatives, meanwhile attending the world's fair. Nail Pierces Girl's Foot— iRuth Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Householder, stepped on a nail last week Wednesday, and it pierced the foot. Other Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger, ton, vice district committeewoman, and to Luella Schenck, retiring county chairman. In a county scrapbook contest Titonka won first, Swea City second, Burt third, Wesley fourth. Judges were Georgia Carmean^Ban- Cancer Patient at Rochester— Mrs. Court Rippentrop is critically ill with cancer. She will remain at Rochester for awhile. Other Titonka News. Marguerite Pannkuk returned to her work at the Mason City Mercy hospital last week Wednesday. This is her third year. She is senior nurse on first floor. The Kenneth Fishers are moving this week Wednesday into the John Fisher house. Coach Ted Dunmire will move into the house vacated by the Fishers. The Will Petersons and Mrs. Minnie Oesterrefcher will leave Friday to visit the Century of Progress exposition. They will visit relatives while there and are driving through. Walter Martin and daughters, Marian and Marlys, came Monday to the A. Jlf. Peterson home to stay over Indian day. Harold Been of Varina, came Saturday to spend Indian day. The- R. C. Balls left Monday morning to attend a veterinarians meeting at Chicago. They will stop at Monroe, Wis., before returning home: Mrs. Myron Schenck and Maud Schenck, Minneapolis, spent several days last week visiting' the Horace Schencks and Roy Bud- longs. Spread I have seen." Plans for Achievement day were laid. Because Lorena and Alice were to .receive Instruction in their demonstration for Achievement day, the business meeting was short. A talk was given by Ella Dreyer on bureau scarfs, and Mary iDuthrle, New York, who has for' some weeks been In the county, engaged In 4-« research work, gave a talk. Her work Includes Investigations In Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Iowa, and she gave members of the club a questionnaire to fill out. Leona Dreyer was chosen as the club's nominee for the county president. Virginia •Frank and Marie Miller had charge of poetry readings. After lunch served by the hostesses, the afternoon was closed with duets by Leona Borchardt and Virginia Frank. Party Honors Florence Newel— Mrs. Amos Finnestad and Alvlra Krause entertained at the former's home last week Wednesday in honor of Florence Newel, visiting here from Blunt, S. D. Bridge was played at three tables. The hostesses were menvbers of Miss Newel's graduating class, and other members in attendance were Mrs. Glen Sharp, Mrs. Grace Gibbons, Mrs. Clarence Wegener, and Qalina Hantelman. Still other guests were Dorothy Gerhard, Mrs. Clarence Theesfeld, Mrs. Alvin Zumach, Mrs. W. V. Yager, Mrs. A. J. Krause, Mrs. Everett Dreyer, and Lucille iSumach. Salina Hantelman won the high score; Florence the con- solation; and Mrs, Alvin, Zumach, the travel prize. Shower Honors Recent Mrs. Harve Migley Jr., bride of recent date, formerly Alma Wolfgram, was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower 'at Mrs. Arthur Mueller's Sunday afternoon. Bunco was playad at eight tables. Elsie Kohlwes won the high score ; Mrs. Harve Hlgley Sr., consolation; and Mrs. H. H. Wlddel, travel prize. After the bride had opened many gifts, lunch was served by Mesdames Clarence Theesfeld, Walter and George Jentz, Delbert Hanna, and Mueller. Eleven Attend Achievement Day- Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, leader bt the Fenton Forwards 4-<H club, and 11 members of the club attended Achievement day at Bancroft Friday. The girls ' were Virginia Frank, Ella Dreyer, Alice Dreyer, Ruth Dreyer, Lorena Dreyer, Alvina .Dreyer, Viola Mueller, Donna Jean Bailey, Ardls Voight, Marie Miller, and Leona Borchardt, 'Florence (Newel, visiting here from Blunt, S. D., was a guest of the club. Mrs. llndsey Tlslts Children— Mrs. H. C. Lindsey and her son Edward left Saturday for Carroli for a few weeks with the former's daughters, Bernice Llndsey and Mrs. C. C. Kitchen. Mrs. Lindsey was also to visit her daughter, Mrs. Harold Stedman, of Glidden, and another daughter, Mrs; William Kent, Omaha. Henry Edgar Sted- hian, who had been here since Jujy 4, returned with his grandmother *b his home at Oltdden. . Two 8e« the World'* flair— A.'J. Krause and 'Paul Nemitz re turned last week Monday from Chicago, where they visited the Century df Progress exposition. Mr. NertHtz also visited his brother Sen, who has been in a veteran's hospital there for rheumatism since last fall. Group Attends .World's FaJr— Among persons attending the world's fair this week are Mr. and Mrs. George Slems, Hllbert >Hantelman, Harold and Ellowyn Qchlei, the F. P. Newels, and the Martin Wilbergs. Arthur and Daniel Bleckwenn were there last week, F. P. Ifewcl to World's Fair— The <!Y P. (Newels left Saturday for;a week-at the world's.fair and from Eagle Grove were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Herchel iFlum- berfelt. Other Fenton News. Harold Newel, came home last week Tuesday from a week with Ms aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Newel, Pocahontas Point, West Okobojl, and his grandmother, Mrs. Kate Newel, Miller's Bay* The latter brought him 'home, and Warren and .Franklin Newel came with them and remained till Thursday, When the LeRoy Newels came for the Legion -celebration and took them back Mrs. iPetor 'Haase.'an Shirley £ m Monday from r*. «w days with Tuesday , tro l the W. p. Wo |" haryn oral brod being t 8 ' ' sister, ami had spent a w home with them dale, and Mrs. has made o, Tubbs family a Tear make an cxtendeTyist Mcsdames us o pi fl Wolfe, Edward Ohm son went to Bancroft ? Tuesday to attend? la Auxiliary me e t lnj C ° Un1 W. The Ideal Way to WEEK-END ^rt FA A • BEACON WAY • All Expense Tour For the man with a job— for the Mother who can't leave her children very long— for the store keeper who must always be on hand "Saturday Night" — for anyone, in short, whose trips to the fair must be brief if they are to be at all: The BEACON WAY has organized these two World's Fair excursions every week end. They are short but the careful Beacon Organization makes every minute ot your time in Chicago valuable and pleasant. 2-DAYS $10.9 croft, Maude Schenck, Minneapolis, and Ada Jewel, Crystal t,ake. Shxrrt talks were given, by Mrs. Underkofler on membership, and The Frank Scnraders and son, of savannah, m.,. and Tom Maloon visited from Saturday till Monday at John Krurrs. mra - , Harold Gartner and Clifford • Krantz will I'eave Wednesday for I Rochester, Minn., to deliver a truck .i« t . M(*U iiii .3. .fk.1 V^JV JL\.i UC£jCl t •* v> j.*^** vjii illGlltlJClQJ Tommy Long, Theodore Krueger,! Juhl on cooperation. /son Harold, and Eugene Blanchard i drove to Des Moines Sunday, and .Reunion Held In Lakota— .,. Delina Rogers accompanied them A family dinner was held at Or- !lr, none y- as far as Ames, where she is visit- ville Buffington's, .Lakota, Sunday ' i. a and Ruth Trytm, of Laing relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Law- honoring his birthday and that of * ota ' came Monday to spend Indian rence Newbrough stayed at the his small son. Attending were the ?~, y ^ h t " eir aunt ' Mrs> <* e °rge Ray Hansen family, Mrs. Alice BXif-| ~rf- T _ _ ' - I The Rev. J. B. Backersmith, At BEACON CITY or the SHERIDAN PLAZA HOTE The same invaluable service is offered on the week-end excursions as on the regular Beacon Way" Tours, either from beautiful Beacon City or from the love * Sheridan Plaza hotel. From the time you arrive in Chicago till the time ° W ° S ' ° no bother: You see *e most fa the time rence Newbrough stayed Krueger home. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, Irvington, spent from last week Tuesday till last Thursday here, attending to business matters. Their grandson, Bernard Genrich, went to Irvington with them for a visit. Violet and Esther Larson have returned to their home in Decorah, after a few days with their sister, Mrs. Arthur Priebe. The latter's (brother, Morton, who had spent a lew weeks here, went home with Violet and Esther. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hansen, of Rolfe, brought Mrs. Vera iRieck, of Campus, 111., and her daughter Alvera to Oscar Baring's last Thursday; The Hansons went home the same night. Mrs. Rieck is Mr. Earing's sister. The Jack Quinns were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Quinn's mother, Mrs. Bridget Quinn, Bancroft. They also visited the Albert Hutchinson, and that evening they attended a ball game at Corwith. •Dick O'iDonnell, his sister, Mrs. Arthur Sprank, and Gladys Ste- foritz drove to Campus, 111., Saturday, and William O'Donnell, who had been there a few months, came here with them. The R. E. Trainers, Kanawha, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ackerman, Mrs. Caroline Ackerman, and the latter's family, Burt, and the James lAckermans were Sunday guests at attended a iFrank Flaig's. Mrs. Glenn Sharp bridge party at Mrs. Amos Finne stad's, Penton, last week Wednesday in honor of Florence Newell, of Blunt, S. D. Deane Hawks, Seneca, spent part of last week with Mrs. E. M. Hawks, and Deane's sister Delta spent a few days there and at Dell Marlow's. Mrs. Rodney Brandt, De Smet, S. D., visited at her aunt, Mrs. Fred'k Schultz's, last Thursday. She went home Friday after a week here. Mr. and Mrs. L. George, Mrs. Julia Terwilliger, and Cora and Beulah Terwilliger, all of Humboldt, spent Sunday at Ira Newbrough's. The Jay Goddens, W. C. Leepers, and Bert Goddens spent Sunday at Roy Godden's, Fairmont, and the Bert Goddens drove to Fairmont Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Worden, Grant City, Mo., their sons Duane and Paul spent last week at Mrs. Worden's brother, the Rev. S. M. Gladstone's. Mrs. R. E. Trainer, Kanawha, son Gerald, Lillian Ackerman, and Mrs. Prank Flaig drove to Fort Dodge Gerald Is employed fington, Marie, Blanche, and Brad- ' * he .? ev> X B - Backersmith, of ford Buffington, Violet Slack Ti- : I Y 1 . OXT ! lle1 ' came Friday for a short LY-See rt over the week end, if need be-BUT DO*TT M[SS THE tonka, the Wm. Likes, Algona, and | the John Sleper family, Buffalo Center. Young Mother is III— Mrs. Carl Veer, formerly Harmena Pannkuk, is critically ill in Mercy hospital, Mason City, following an operation for gallstones and hernia. Her parents, the Ben Pannkuks, have been 'by her bedside much of the time, and her sister, Mrs. Henry Butler, is earing \ for her month old baby. Kntertalns at Lawn Party— Carol Reaser entertained at a lawn party last Wednesday evening. Present were Jacqueline Cal- at the Denton home. Buffalo i Tfte Geor & e Arends, of Ackley, jcame Monday to visit Mrs. John Rode 1 , a sister. Burlington Reibsamen, Marshalltown, came Monday to visit at A. M. Peterson's. . j The Dorcas Sunday school class held a family picnic Friday at Ed Zweifel's. Donald Bacon spent Sunday at Klemme, a guest of Ethel Well- , meier.' . | Violet Slack returned from Cher- i okee Friday after a two weeks, visit. | Doris Butterman and sister, of' Dike, are guests at George John- AUGUST 18 FRIDAY IOWA DAY at A Century of Progress Exposition FRIDAY, August 18th, IS IOWA DAY at the World's Fair and ia its honor the Beacon Way is sponsoring ALL IOWA WEEK durinjl Farmers Week at the Fair. You'll want to be there. Special programs for lowans. The Iowa exhibit in the Hall of States. Governor Herring is invited. Thousands of your friends and neighbors will be there. "The Streets of Paris" and the "Oriental Vil?F-v 5SJ2 v g Ato S e , T8tTrains of The Corn So °g- SE Y HENRY A. WALLACE will be the principal speaker on Iowa Day. Don't miss hearing him! ' • *>O> t.^uvjut i»v.iv- ut+V-iimcuilC XJC41 ,_. — lies, Loraine Kuchenreuther, Clar- _ The James Winters came to Will ice Kalk. Dorothy Budlong, Maxine, < D . enton 's Saturday for several days T.olu Qrt/t T.ll/»TllQ Tirtfnwfrtn T>nt4-.. I VlSlt. Lela, and Lucille Peterson, Betty Kokash, Russell French, Raymond and Junior Hansen. Growth Keniored from Hand— Guido Sartor left a week ago Monday for the hospital in Mankato where he had his right hand operated on for a growth. He returned Monday and will go back and forth to have it dressed. It is a tumorous growth. FIdac Dolls on Display— The Auxiliary Fidac dolls are now on display at the Denton drug store representing the following allied nations, Italy 4 France, Poland, Belgium, the British Isles, Portugal, Rumania, Jugo?Slavia, Czechoslovakia. The Will Petersons drove to Parkersburg Saturday on business. The Mark Bacon family attended a reunion at Iowa Falls Sunday. •Henry Meyer is very ill at his home with gallstones. Saturday. there. Dorothy Macumber is spending a month's vacation from her school at the Fort Dodge business college with the parental F. ber'i A. Macum- Harry Rakn is sick at his home south ot town. Attend Fort Dodge Reunion— The August Schrams, the William Schrams, Ferdie Schrams, and Julia Reynolds' family attended a reunion Sunday near 'Fort Dodge. Edith Reynolds and Katherine Schram are remaining for a week's visit. Back Injured in Fall- Chester Lamoreux fell from his county truck last week, and hurt his back. He has it taped and is still unable to work, but is improving. His son Allan is now drivng a gravel truck for John 'Swanson. To Winter In California— Kenneth Fisher took his mother, Mrs. John Fisher, to Colo, Monday to meet her brother-in-law, Lloyd Record. They are driving to San Bernardino, where Mrs. Fisher will spend the winter. Hub Has Picnic Dinner— Mrs. John Fisher was hostess to the Thursday luncheon bridge club. Club members brought picnic dinners. Mrs. Roy Bonacker won high prize, and Mrs. Harry Beed, low. Book Exchange a Success— The book exchange sponsored by the P. T. A. last week was very successful, and $40 worth of second Muriel Long, Cleo Hobson, and Kathryn Stebritz attended a 4-H meeting at Genevieve Patterson's, northwest of Burt, last week Tues- 'Ellywyn Godden and Lester Stanley, the latter an employe of L. C. Gast, attended a Stanley reunion at Goldfield Sunday. Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough was taken home 'last week Wednesday, after an appendicitis operation at Fred Genrioh's. The Monroe Heiters, Wesley, and the W. C. Heiters had a picnic dinner at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Steinhilber, Truesdale, visited over the weekend at R. C.'s sister, Mrs. L. E Godfrey's. Vera Morris entertained in honor of her birthday Sunday. Guests were Beulah Gladstone and Esther Godden. Gordon Blanchard played with the Whittemore ball team on Legion day at Fenton last Thursday. The R. L. Padgetts have moved from the William Krause home to the M. E. Blanchard property. The A. D. Newbroughs spent Sunday with the Edward Blanchards at M. E. Blanchard's, Irvington. The Glen Leepers and Peter Nelson, Granada, Minn., visited at Harry (Rahn's Sunday. Gertrude Bierstedt went to Amboy, Minn., on a business mission last Thursday. Dorothy Sanders ,Swea City, is spending,the week at the Otis Sanders home. The Mite society meets this week Thursday with. Mrs. Eugene Ho- fiUJB. ^^^ J' « v »* I. iJUQQ *»CO,I Hlg ill Two Excursions Weekly Saturday Morning to Sunday Niirht c j »V ' . uay mgnt Sunday Morning to Monday Night SCHEDULE FIRST DAY: Arrive in the morning by train or auto 10:45 to 18:00 noon _ lcture, -' ——-Leave 200 lt Return. VT""" ---- ' Lodging for the night. for Exposition Grounds not later than 2 o'clock SECOND DAY: 8:00 to 9:00 a. m. 9:15 10:0o" a :7u 11:00 a. m. ~^ ., , Breakfast Served "Today at the World's Fair." f ? Ve ^ Expositlon Bounds guides EXCURSION INCLUDES All expenses during stay in Chicago except personal expenses on the Exposition grounds. at+Beacon C"y or Hotel Sheridan Plaza. v™ " ^ B first day and breakfast the second. ° ar 1S Parked Iree o£ char se tt you come by auto- Sate> con venlent transportation to and iStwto"''-™ 0 ^ S6neral admlsslon to «»« exposition. MARVELOUS yourqpif";;^ Two i. hours each day—then you strike out for yourself and see the Fair as you choose or bot V h ee r y An , ail ls P lanned ahead of time-lyou have no worry or bother. And you KNOW what the cost will be before you start. Greatest of all Forld's Fair Tours A weed's visit_all expenses _ ali meals, transportation, lodging park ing, admission, etc. Guide service lectures. ' On the Beacon half-week tour $34.95 3SSZS" $19.95 TWO DAYS $10.95 value.for your money it's whole fair. Your time is c the pnce i s down at the rock BEACON TOURS THREE DAYS A great Excursion Tour. Arrive /Thursday morning, leave Saturday night. Lodging, meals, guides, transportation in Chicago, parking and admission included. $13.95 only spare two days at a time give yftu the greatest " get a glimpse of the every minute count. And

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