Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1933 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 24, 1933
Page 14
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BURTSC .S EN ER4 •Hurt, Aug. 2&—School will begin next Monday. The schoolhouse has been cleaned and painted inside, needed repairs have been made, and it now presents an attractive appearance. This year's faculty is the same as 1st year's: Donald Weir, superintendent; M. C. Bowie, H. S. principal; Sigurd. Fardal, Charlotte Warrior, and Anna Overgaard, high school teachers; Alice Elghme, principal Junior High; Myrtle Hanna, 5th and 6th grades; Mildred Anderson, 3rd and 4th grades; Miss Whitney, 1st and 2nd grades; Miss Warner, manual training. County "Aux" Here Today- Mrs. L. H.. Schenck and Mrs. Sadie Denton, Titonka, will entertain the county Auxiliary at the Legion hall here this week Thursday. Reports of the delegates to a recent state Auxiliary convention at Sioux City will be given, and a school of instruction will be held. Home from Arkansas Visit— Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf, son Wendell, and Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ringsdorf have returned from Marshall, Ark., where they visited Roy's sister, Mrs. <3eo. White. Kenneth White came here with them to work for his uncle and attend school. Surprise for the Gettmans— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gettman were taken by surprise Saturday evening when the Gerald Braces, Wayne Manns, Howard Sallsburys, and W. J. Lockwoods arrived to help them observe a wedding anniversary. 0. G. McFarlands to Return— O. G. McFarland has rented the farm belonging to Mrs. Elizabeth Ringsdorf. The McFarlands moved to a farm near Ringsted last spring but have decided that they prefer this neighborhood. delegate from the Butt Mr. and Mrs. C. fi. Chlpmafl, s6n Lawrence, Mr. and Mr*. J. 'O.' Bewick, and Misses Warner and Whit* ney attended church at Britt. Sunday morning and spent the test of the day at the Rev. O. W. Eggleston's. Mr. Eggleston was formerly Methodist pastor here. Maxine Schenck left Sunday fof Chicago to visit her aunt, Lois Schenck. Another aunt, Maude Schenck, Minneapolis, will also be there, and all will attend the world's fair. !Lols Is connected with Ited them MJfn cousins. She on a trip to world's fair. (LOIS is connected win; . vnek . em i Prairie Farmer, a farm Journal | WO J£ e ; Mrs, house. She retains part <,ot the house, tout expects to W away for The F. 3. Manns entertained Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shilth after Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McArthur at the Mann cottage at the OkoboJIs over •*• the To Be Conference Delegate— • Mattie Warner has been elected delegate from the local Methodist church to the annual conference at Humboldt late in September. George Gray is alternate. Other Burt News. Mrs. Sid Barteau and her daughter €elia left Saturday morning for their home at Oak Park, 111., after a week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.'W. E. Stahl, and sister, Mrs. J. W. Dorrance. They went .back with a friend, Altha Lyman, who had been visiting her father in Nebraska. She visited here from last Thursday till Saturday. The Rev. and Mrs. L. Richmann and their daughter Margaret are at home again. Mr. 'Richmann attended an Iowa district (Lutheran convention at Eldora, and Mrs. Richmann and Margaret visited relatives at Readlyn. E. C. 'Bierstedt also attended the convention, being published at Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Jr Ai Armstrong returned Sunday from Des Molnes, where they spent a week. Their son brought them home. Their daughter, Mrs. Nlel Nlelson, Spencer, also spent the week there and came home with them. Mrs.'John Wernert and Joseph Hulka, Farnhamville, spent the week-end at Jesse Thoreson's, and the Thoresons went home with them Sunday for a visit till Monday. The Thoresons formerly lived at Farnhamville. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kraushaar and their- daughter Jo Ann went to Northfield, Minn., last week Wednesday to visit a friend, and thence they went to Benson, Minn., to visit a sister of Mrs. Kraushaar. Mrs. Fred 'Lavrenz, three, children, E. C. Sanderson, and his daughter Ruby visited from Friday to Sunday at Des Molnes, and Mrs. Lavrenz's sister, Mrs. Anna Ambrose, came here with them. F. O. Stow and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Graham went to Wadena Friday to spend the week-end at O. G. Stow's, and Mrs. F. O. Stow, who had spent two weelcs there, came home with them Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bernhard, daughter Marion, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Koepke, ILakota, returned last Thursday from a several days visit with relatives at McGregor, Monona, and other points. The Herman and Harry • Putz families went to St. Paul Saturday to visit relatives, and took home,a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Putz, "iBubby" Ollom, who had spent the summer here. J. K. Hansen and the L. H Sohencks and Clair Winkles were Sunday dinner guests at Matt Hansen's. The William Wendells and Mrs. Paulson, Humboldt, were also, there. Geo. W. Patterson and his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson, wenl to lLake Mills Sunday and broughl home Mrs. Patterson, Virginia^ am Kenneth, who had visited relative there. Mrs. Carrie Meinzer, Mr. an< Mrs. R. E. Kautzky, and Mrs. Fret Colby and daughters Irene am Minnie, all of Fort Dodge, vlsitec Sunday at A. H. Meinzer's. spen Mrs Mr. and Mrs. F. H. eorge Lockwood, and the latter a aughter Pearl, alf of Hardy, were umlay visitors at W. J. iLock- •ood's. Mrs. Mary McDonald and her randson, Charles Hanna,.Went to ort Dodge Monday to visit till Vednesday at Elmer Nelson s. The RoDert Wards, Box Elder, S. ,; arrived last Thursday to Visit je G. C.Gtddings family and with elatlves at Wesley. . The John RlcHmanns, Readlyn, islted over Sunday at the ROT. L. Uchmann's. John, 1s Pastor Richmann's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bunkofske, Detroit, arrived, last Thursday for few .days with Edwin's 1 father, i. Bunkofske. The Albert Hoffmans, pavenpor.t, nd the William Hoffmans, Ren- vick, were Sunday visitors at W. Lockwood's. The last Methodlstquarterly con- erence this year will foe held at he church,Saturday by Dlst. Supt tluhleman. . • Mrs. Albert 'Bunkofske and her Daughter Leoia returned from the world's fair last Thursday. Mrs. Ida Anderson was called to Hartley last Thursday by word of he serious Illness of a brother. Aleeda Toebben, Chicago, last week with her mother, Anna Toebben, and another daugh ter, Mrs. Olaf Olson, Elmore, wai here Friday and Saturday. Edward Polhemus and Olive Stewart returned Saturday from Chicago, where they Visited Ed ward's sister Lois and attended the world's fair. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel left Sunday for Minneapolis to visit Mr Vogel's brother Gottlieb, hospita patient who runs a large farm a Spotless Dresses — Pressed Suits These Make For School Popularity Youth is quick, impulsive, too ready to judge by outward appearances. That is why it is necessary to have your child's clothes in proper condition—particularly for the opening of school, the all-important time of first impressions. For quick service, and the best in work, phone us and we will call for and deliver. Elk Cleaners and Tailors Phone. 880. Good Wrist Watch Always on Time— You can get a wonderful wrist watch with a nnn breakable crystal and swanky Iboking leather sti for as little as $5 and we've many to choose from ' our line Of Elgin, Hamilton, and Gruen Watches! See the new Sheaffer Feather Touch Pen, $500 up. Many others Fountain Pens, $1.00 and up. Expert Watch repairing. All work guaranteed. Sheaffer Fountain Pens and Pencils. A. H. Borchardt We want your school supply business. We will try toj earn it. We will give you as much for your money as we j can buy—and we will always keep quality in mind. Try i .us on school supplies.. J. We want a boy or a girl from every family to work for a! grand prize. See our west window. See those wonderful] prizes. Did you see that grand bicycle, the wagon, the! scooters, boys' and girls' watches, roller skates, etc. Lots j of things you will want. Be a Junior Business Builder. ; ' ,_ ' (* Come to the Store Friday at 4 o'clock —and enlist as a J. B. B. and work for our store. It Is work you will like. Lots of fun too; Every one register- i ing will v be given $25 in Cash Receipts toi Start With This is tb pay you for enlisting and each one will be given | a'treat by the store besides. And every J. B. B. will re-: ceive a TREAT from the store. If you miss getting into this lively movement you will al- j ways regret it. Join with the other hustlers and you will i enjoy it and earn some reward that you will appreciate,

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