Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1933 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 24, 1933
Page 13
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s-vVr ••fit. *T 1.<< miortes of Normal School Days Stirred 1^^ ^ M'L-** - • , -'-"-i-l- —' "' '---' ' l_L±_L.-.-nin-- 1 - - - '"' ^^^^^ \ Lotts Creekers Are Mission Fest Guests iLotts Creek, Aug. 29 — Lotts Creekers attended an annual Whlt- temore mission test In the Albert repre-1 Vaudt grove Sunday. Two ad«« nilBV> Tj~;"' t j,i s the dresses concerning mission work in congress from J" 1 "^ wcrc g , veni ln lho mornlnK u Ger- the State Ollchrlst, 1 district address at , was • .««« a i of the. congressman 8 orchcslra fron , recalls the fact that the W- pallM sl ngi nt ? the first -president, of tne luncn were ser Blbert got home Sunday from Kirkwood, 111., svhere they visited Mrs. iWlnkel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joh'n Lane. They also attended the World's fair. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Schmiel and tl\oir son David have returned to their home at Cedarburg, Wls., after a few weeks with Gerhard's parenlH, Mr. and Mrs. William Schmiel. , , . ., , "'Hcuben Luedtke, who works with of the Iowa district. A Lutheran ,- a Krav ,,, t .,. cw ninc miles north . man address was given by the Rev. ,tami""» — ----„ .„ , i Carl It. Boye, Ochoyedan, and an college, Cedar Falls, last Bng i ls h m u»rcss was given in the «|s father, the, late J. a f tcrno0 n by the Ilev. A. Schwid- tfie first president | ^^ wall LnkC) first vi(;o prcs i ( ient Port I)CMlge aecom- and dinner and served by the Aid. west nf Wnrthlngton, Minn., spent {Saturday and Sunday with his par- iD A; 'Haggard, then , , na v Ae wanted to Start a i normal school here. ling to an at spoke here, visited one day last week at his sister Mrs. William Wetzel's, and was accompanied home by Er- wln Wetzel, who will help Walter move back to Lu Verne, where he has rented his mother Mrs. John Genrich's farm. Walter's wife was formerly Martha Busch. Pro- at a mass Wilkinson, Ki I k h TheodoriBt'cnrlschiileB f J^nreyers to Austin, Minn.— son A. A. ,Call, Qeo. B. • and B F- H e ?4 were made i solicit funds and se- I the The committee old 'Algona college .part of vfh'tchilB now lo- the corner south ol the Twird, C. C. Chubb, KrCowles, Daniel Rice, D. D. id, Oeo. C. Call, C. L. Lund fa Spencer, and H. S. Langdon lt elected trustees,, and the to « officers were named: Wtl m nresident; 'Rice, vice; Com ,,'secretary; Townsend, treas gehool Opened hi 1880. . Carl Dreyers, southeast of Lotts Creek, have moved to Austin, Minn., where Carl and his daughter Mildred have secured work at a pack; Ing plant. Mr. Dreyer rented the farm to his brother-in-law, John Jacobs. Four to World's Fair— Nick Gengler, of Lotts Creek store, Teacher Schmiel, Noah Reisner, and Herman Zumach, Whittemore, left by car Monday for Chicago to attend the world's fair. Five Are Reported Sick- Elsie Meyer, Dolom Smith, and Edna and Richard Potratz were sick last week. Mrs, E. Fiene has been having the hives. ,.fi Reed, Vinton; v Kate*Keith, it Dodge; Kate Burnard, Alia- and Mrs. K. iL. Wolfe. 'i school opened September 8, J. R. Jone^^and Mrs. Lizzie nttd were speakers at an -even' 5 inauguration gathering. . Recognition Asked iThenext year a,building was Kted on NormaLHill, now in the J ward. The school was doing „,,. and that fall Judge Asa C. Wl ottered to donate a 10-acre e it the legislature would make i school a state normal school. foprlate $40,000 foira building and ) for expenses .for two years. ... J. Clarke wa| then represen- itlie from Kossuth.vand Messrs. mstock, Haggard, ;<?owles, and i/A, Brunson were appointed to - for the bill."'iLe Mars and j Lake were also asking tor .wools, and nothing was done. IThe fight to secure.; recognition 1 the school was Continued In the lislative session "of 1890. ^A. B. auk, Spirit Lake, wasi. state sena- it, and Lund was representative. 1 utor Punk asked f50,000 for the Seven other towns were In e running. fe; v- Proposal Turned IJo^n: Ion March 12 a lejjEWatlve com- plttee hearing wa»jHeld, and Al, was represented by J. W. J. W. Robinson, fleo. C. .., C. C. Chubb, L. A. Sheetz, so, L. Galbralth, J. R. Jones, John Smith, S. S. Sessions, J. B. MS, P. C. Bailey, O. R. Wood- rorth, M L. Clarke, James Taylor, J.H. Ingham, Geo. E. Clarke, Har- nylngham, J. J. Wilson, and Gard- K'Cowles. i case for Algona was repre- I <by Editor Hinchon, J. B. and Representative Coyle, Humboldt. Delegations from i other towns were also heard. L week later the committees of flth houses reported favorably for In the senate the vote was it the opposition got a ige of one vote. The session led with nothing done. President ftllchrlst Loaves. L Professor Gllchrist now ^signed > accept a place aVMornlngside illeg*. and one P. O. Dodge, con- »ted with a school at Berea, Ky., "'i his place here. He soon re- id, but in 1891 Prof..F, M. tee came and remained three 9. In 1894 D. E. Johnson and - .. Lilly bought the schoal. ! Johnson left after a year here, "i Lilly went on with the school. taught bookeeplng; 'Will H. •1 taught penmaiuhlp; and Lou"^ taught Oerrnan. In 18»7 „„.. McMahon Reopens School— The No. G school will reopen next Monday; Helen McMahon teacher: Other "Lotts Creek. Mrs. Carl Zumach returned last Thursday from Fenton, where she kept house at her daughter, Mrs Herman Luedtke, while the Luedt- kes the Donald Weisbrods, and Mr and Mrs. Ben Luedtke were fishing and hunting in northern Minne The John Kohlwes family visited the Oscar Kohlwes family, Cor with, last week Wednesday. Oscar Mr and Mrs. John Kohlwos son Thursday at Richard Potratz's. Mrs. Hlllman, a cousin of Mrs. Potratz, was formerly Lena Genrich. Mrs, Tletz and her son Norbert, who had been with the former's Brother, Albert Potratz, moved last Thursday to Wliittemore, where they rented 'a house. Henry, son, of William Wetzel, has begun work for Ben Vigdahl, Armstrong. Mr. Vigdahl is a brother-in-law of William Leisener The -Rev. E. Fiene, Teacher Schmiel, and Martin Meyer return ed Friday from Eldora, where they 'attended a synodical conference. Else! Kohlwes, Algona, is spending a vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes. Elma and Edna Potratz accompanied Edward Maahs, Wliittemore, to Fort Dodge Monday. ' William Sal/, Sr., Lenore, 111., is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Joseph Loebacli. Next Sunday there will be English services at a local Lutheran church. ifiertha and Lida Potratz have en- oiled in the Wliittemore high chool. 4 Good Fountain Pens Neater Lessons! One of our guaranteed fountain-pens will help you do your lessons quicker— and with less mistakes. Bright colors, and real grown-up sizes, $1 and Up Wehler's JEWELERS Fine Watch repairing and engraving > Wesleyan Attended Fair 62 Years Ago Wesley, Aug. 29—The offer of free admission to the county fair for all who attended 50 or more years ago reminded W. P. Giddings, 89, that he attended 62 years ago. That year's fair was held on the courthouse square, and there was only a limited exhibit of farm and garden products and stock. There were no races or amusements, and admission was free. Mr. •Giddings also recalls a fair in the 80's when he won first prizes on a long list of garden products, lie was an exhibitor many years School Shoes WE FEATURE- APPEARANCE, STYLE AND FIT FROM Sh oe» are ever, • 5icwn"t3 w~-— "foot health-and our styles are and girls want to wear. J. A. Brownell Shoe Company I LIKE IT! ' «^I^ A 1^ *^^ FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN Iu thei r Behoilwo^^ P^^- is ^ e - want it. Dairy Maid Bread is rich in carbohydrates (energy units) and rich in nourishing milk. Your doctor will approve. Algona Bakery of Progrew via the Beacon City Way.

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