Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1933 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 26, 1933
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'&*!«».M,l»««. on't stop you szing weather AUXILIARY AT S, C, INSTALLS NEW OFFICERS Swea City, Oct. 24—-Auxiliary in- Stalled officers at its last meet- Ing as follows: President, Mrs. Henry My re; first vice, Mrs. Herman Bowman; second vice, Mrs. Clarence Jonson; secretary, Mrs. Ray Lord; treasurer, Mrs. L. A. Haglund; chaplain, Mrs. William Leland; historian, Mrs. Frank Sayers; sergeant at arms, Mrs. Walter Bovis; executive committee, Mrs George K. Nelson; Mrs. Wm. Thomson, and Mrs. Fred Peterson. Committees appointed for the coming year are: music, Mrs. Wm. Thomson, Mrs. Buell Johnson; Fidac, Mrs. John Haglund, Mrs. George KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA PAGE No. 6 School Near St. Joe To Give Program Friday Night If • Mrs. jonn wagiunci, Mrs. George your car, « • oale; publicity, Mrs. Fred Peter- dround today, Bison, Mrs. Victor Inland; cradle fill-It UP With • roll, Mrs. A. 'B. Tweeten, Mrs. Vic- arin ANTI- I tor Nelson; menu, Mrs. S. D. Cur- •-graue »" • tis, Mrs. August Peterson; color bearers, Mrs. Walter Bovis, Mrs. t « nor • Martin Dahl; rehabilitation, Mrs. Prestone, per • U A . Brave nder, Amanda Looft; 'gallon • Americanism and national defense, LJK AC I Mrs. Clarence Johnson, Mrs. Carl ty 99 • Schroeder; child welfare, Mrs. Wal"•** • BteBovis, Mrs. William Leland; POPS' A Glycerine I Pr. Mrs - Geo - K - Nelson, Mrs. Henry L *** * BH 1 Ts\Vivi ar\Y\ • o\rt\r *>n11 nnrl *»n.li*r?« TlJCfo er gallon 11.45 188 proof, St. Joe, Oct. 24-iA Halloween! program will be given this week Friday nigiht at the No. 6 school, Laura Hilbert teacher: Music, McEnroe girls; welcome, a poem, Helen Devine; Sambo, Li'l Sal, and the Pancake Party, pupils; song, Mary and Fern Gisch; Jolly Little Pumpkins, 4th, Bth", and sixth grade boys; Halloween song, pupils. A Special Sale, James Moore and Cyril Reiling; Two Baby Owls, Colleen Devine; Sour Grapes, Bernice McConnell; Altering at the Altar, dialog, Mary and Fern Gisch; Seein' Things, Merrill Moore; Lend Me Four Bits, dialog, William Jr. and Albertha Boldridge; On Hal- oween, Paul Devine. Oh Susanna, song, William Bold- •idge, banjo accompaniment by Vern Christy; Back Seat Driver monologue, Ruth Devine; Their ^irst Quarrel, dialogue, John anc Men Devine; Bud's Wish, poem Delane Pooch; Good Night, Com rades, song. Lunch will be served at the clos of the program. 75c iiator and service carry jttery Service Ireak down crying bid morning when t start your car. ... 856 and tell us j story. We'll send fcew battery—take .d-and fix it in e. That's the kind kce that makes for Ited customers. | the kind of ser- j always give. and Chevrolet Btteries as low as fc.75 exchange !$fOttC STOP SERVICE - "MAC" Johnson; sick call and relief; Mrs Richard Berg, Mrs. Buell Pearson; . community service, Mrs. A. J Christiansen, Mrs. Clyde Sanborn. Mrs. Alton Ferguson Passes— .In her 45t)h year, Mrs. Alton I Ferguson died a week ago Monday in a Fairmont hospital following .an illness of several years. Some time ago her condition became serious and she was taken to a hospital. She partially recovered, and returned home again, but suffered a relapse a week before her death. , She was returned to the hospital, and was given blood. transfusions. Hilda Marie Carlson was born in Swea township October 27. 1887, and was married to Alton S. Ferbuson August 31, 1907. She lived ( her life in the neighborhood of Swea City. She is survived by her husband, two daughters, Hazel and Edna, and two sons, Lester and Lawrence, all at home; three sisters, iMrs. Anna Stoneking, Gushing, Mrs. Ellen iRushton, of Dolli- |ver, Mrs. Sophia Rohlf; and two brothers, Franz Carlson and John .Carlson, Swea City. Funeral services wee held in the Immanuel Lutheran church by the Rev. Raymond Swanson, and burial made in the Harrison cemetery. P. T. A. Organization Effected— Lu Verne to attend the services. ew Becker Boy Christened— Mr, and Mrs. George Becker are arents of a boy, born last Thursay at the Kossuth hospital, and aptized Jerome John Sunday at t. Joseph's church, Mr. and Mrs. ohn Becker sponsors. amuel Boyle Brother Dies— 'Samuel Boyle, Frazee, Minn., pen Saturday at Peter J. Erpeld- ng's, and attended the funeral of is brother Edward, buried in the Jnion cemetery at Livermore Fri- ay. Nick Kinches Hare Son— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weydert lave word of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Nick Kinch, near Al- Mrs. Kinch was Mary Wey- FARM NEWS W. J. Payne, Editor C. H. Klamp, Field Reporter. on a. dert. Mrs. (Ray Black and her mother, Mrs. Charles Loebig, near Wesley, were Algona shoppers Friday. The Blacks live a mile east and a mile north of Sexton, on a quarter section owned by the Equitable Life, of New York, and have been there four years. They have no children. Mrs. Black said (Ray had finished his corn picking, using a picker. He cribbed some 3000 bushels from 58 acres. The corn will come handy, for Ray has a hundred hogs to fatten. The Blacks are milking only a half dozen cows at this time, but usually milk more. Their cream is trucked to the Algona creamery. Other St. Joe. * * • « months old, not yet named, in the Schmidt family; also three girls, Marcella, lieonora, and Impgene. The boys were having ifun with a Shetland pony. Lester, one of the little boys, wanted to know whether his name would be in the paper, and here it is. • * * * Fred Schmidt, three miles east and a mile north of Titonka, lives with his mother and farms 160 acres. He figured the way Henry Wallace talked last fall that the government would pay a farmer for cutting down on production this year, so, he cut his corn acreage from 70 to 30. He had always raised 300 or more hogs, but this year he cut to five sows, and raised only 27 spring pigs. But no one has paid him yet for his reductions. Archie Burger, two miles south and three miles west of Titonka, was picking corn Friday, but was not too busy to renew his daily paper. He said he and his wife had been in Illinois on a visit, and in the meantime his paper expired. He I The way you ^vT sleepltonight Willaffect everything you do tomorrow Metzen Birthday is Celebrated- William Metzen was taken b surprise Sunday on his 60th birth day anniversary. Guests took cov ered dishes and sandwiches, and potluck dinner was served. Atten ing: the Prudes, Des Moines; M and Mrs. Fred Langerman, an Leonard Manthei, Swea City; Mr Link Singleton and Mrs. Monroe McLauren and her children, Piney Woods, Miss.; the Barney Capesius family, Irvington; the Lawrence Deckers, Algona; Mrs. McConnell and her family, the Robert Caseys, the Peter Halsrudes, the William Boldridges, the Vern (Barkers, Mrs. , , . E<lw. Hammer, and Mr. and Mrs. John Hammer. Mrs. John Hermann Honored— 'William Poppinheim, New Hamp^on, went home last week Tuesday, after several days with, relatives. He was a last week Sunday dinner guest at the John Frideres home. Mrs. Joseph Thilges and Rose Besch, of Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Besch and Theresa Besch, Bode, were Sunday afternoon visitors at Mrs. Lucy Wagner's. Agnes Wiltgen went to Whittemore Sunday evening to attend a post-nuptial shower for Mrs. Clarence Hentges, formerly Anna Franks. John Wonderly, Livermore, and George Becker Jr. have been putting new windows into the St. Joseph's church basement. The secondary road past William Haglind's was .recently opened to traffic, but a new bridge is not yet completed. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Halsrude are aving a visit from their daughter sther and her husband and baby, On October 11 a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. I. F. McColley and was named Glenda Rae.' This is their second child. We asked (Lavonne Joan, '2, if we could take the baby away, and she said we hadn't better! They had company from Breckenridge, Minn.,Jessie Hekner, cousin of Mrs. McColley, and Clifford West, a_ friend, who were planning to drive back (Monday. The McColleys live .three miles east of Titonka and farm 120 . remarked that it seemed like being in the penitentiary to be without his daily. Four acres. • • A grocery and miscellaneous post-nuptial shower was given Sunday at St. Joseph's parish hall n honor of Mrs. John Bormann, who before her recent marriage was Clara Stessman, of Barling. The aftenoon was spent at 21 tables of 500 and six tables of bridge. Bertha Thul won the high score at 500; Margaret Gales, at bridge. A door prize was awarded to Irene Geishecker. 'Lunch was served to 140. f Hardy. A large crowd attended a Stess- man-tBormann wedding dance last veek Tuesday night at Livermore. Ray Mueller, his sisters Rosella and Viola, and Phil Engler, all of Whittemore, visited here Sunday. The Prudes, Des Moines, spent Junday at William Metzen's. Mrs. Prude is a sister of Mr. Metzen. The St. Joseph parochial school one 856 ;mporary RN IBS . Slat and Wire. Due to our [LOW PRICES ! moving fast, and we jadvise getting our id placing your order tys before you need I selling grain remem- [fact [e Pay More ir, feed, salt, fence, tile, and be convinc- |there is no substitute ELEVATOR Hobarton tf There was organized a week ago Monday evening at a community meeting in the high school auditorium a permanent chapter of parents and teachers of the Swea I City consolidated school in a P. T. A. Affiliation with the state Parent-Teacher association will be discussed at the November meeting. Officers elected are: president, Carl Arnold; vice, the Rev. Raymond Swanson; secretary, Mrs. J. H. Warner. The constitution and by-laws will be drafted by G. R- McDowell, Raymond Swanson, G. R. Siemens, and Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson. ' A program committee consists of Evelyn Williams, A. Tweeten, Mrs. S. AVarburton, and Barbara Wylam. Next month's reception committee consists of Mesdames Harold Roba, August Peterson, D. AV. Fultz, Arthur Larson, C. J. Applequist, Elmer SmitK Ray Sperbeck was appointed director. Boy Ten Years Old Dies— ,ft is learned that George dolph, son of Mr. and Mrs J P. Mrs. Wiltgen Loses Mother- Mrs. Mike Wiltgen had word a week ago Saturday that her moth er, Mrs. William Wiesenberg, of Li Veme, recently fell and broke hip. Mrs. Wiltgen went to hel; care for her, but Mrs. Wiesenber contracted pneumonia and died Fri day. Funeral services were hel Sunday at Lu Verne. Mrs. Johr Frideres accompanied the Wiltgen W. H. Senne, .1% miles east of Titonka, had .started picking his corn, and last week Wednesday was his second day on the Job. He picks' by hand, and the daughter Louise and son William help him. The crop was going around 70 bushels, and, judging from the large amount already in the crib, we figured that the three were pretty fast pickers. The M. & iD. club meets this week .Thursday with Mrs. Verla Low man; Irene Holdren, assisting Roll call will be answered with in teresting items about the world's fair., A paper on the Century of Progress exposition will be read by Evelyn Nickerson. Mrs. -Elsie Lindeman, who had spent two weeks at Livermore, working in the telephone office, is now with the Edward Riches, helping with the house work. A party for Four Corners young j folks was given at the Green Lantern, Hobarton, Friday evening. A is the normal suspension of consciousness during which time the body restores energy. is the most important factor in maintaining healthy, happy life, more important than food, for human and animal life dies quicker, much quicker from lack of sleep than from lack of food. NO ONE CAN DODGE HIS SLEEP BILL It is paid for through owning a good mattress that will deliver restful sleep—or it is paid for in lack of sleep which is measured in terms of lowered mental and physical ability. Four hours of correct sleep on one of our fine inner spring mattresses is worth eight hours of improper sleep on a poor mattress. We have special values all this week Richardson's Furniture Co. rALGONA, IOWA "Where Furniture Sells For Less" By the way, why not a woman's husking contest? Ther.e are many women picking corn this fall. At almost every place in the Titonka neighborhood where we called last week the women were in the fields. * * * * Carl Carlson, a mile nortli and four miles west of Titonka, has not been very well during the last four years. There are five boys and four girls in the family, and they do all the farm work. Howard, the youngest boy, takes a great interest ini reopened Monday, after a two weeks corn-husking vacation. Veronica Stessman, of Earling, spent a few days last week with relatives here. The Mike Weyderts, New 'Richland, Minn., are visiting relatives here. Irene Geishecker,' who teaches near Rolfe, spent the week-end at home. Charles Brown recently purchased a New Idea two-row corn picker. John Reding was sick .part of'last week. chickens, and when we called he was remodeling the hog barn for the 700 laying hens. He has 150 IBuff Orphington capons and 200 Minorca capons, and he does all the three - »iece orchestra furnished music. Hosts were Lyman Potter and Michael Elbert. 'Evelyn Nickerson spent a couple | of days last week with the Lewis Lowmans Jr. _ . Mrs. William Drayton, vice president, and Mrs. Loyd Gross, were delegates from the Union No. 7 P. T. A. to a 'District P. T. A, convention Algona Friday. Mrs. E. A. Genrich, teacher also attended. Everett Witham lost his black | stallion Saturday. He had been us ing him on the corn picker. Mrs. Arthur Cruikshank has been | somewhat under the w lately with rheumatism and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Robinson .have * • • JUNIOR GLASS PLAUEDYARD, FRIDAY NIGHT Ledyard, Oct. 24—The junior class play, The Mystery of the Third Gable, will be presented Friday at the high school auditorium under the direction of Miss Stranahan. The cast follows: Roy Lane, Arvid Brandt; Mrs. Lane, Lyla Hamm; 'Sally Sherwood, Ella Goetz; Tom iSherwood, Cecil Long; Mrs. Sherwood, Lillian Klinksiek; Judge Sherwood, Dwight Smith; Janet Morgan, Mildred Vaughn; aoipn, sun ui ."•• "••- -••--• - ,. , j ne Morgan, Marjorie Matzener; Peterson, of-Eagle ^^^ Roger Hadeley. Maynard White; Saturday afternoon m * Fairmont "^ j d u d> n- » « to ^r^ sssir.'., i .u?. ***** **>» returned to Minneapolis with them to take a salesmanship course. J. H. Welfare, Jess Welfare, daughter Arlene, and Mrs. Charles Hilfer.ty drove to Sioux Falls, S. D., ast Thursday. Jess Welfare went here for medical care. Mrs. George Thompson and Mrs. . C. Strand drove to Charles City ast week Wednesday. Mrs. Thomp- work of caring for them. The Carl- sona farm 223 acres and are milking ten cows. W. H. Helmke, Renwick, is advertising a Duroc Jersey boar sale at his Oakdale farm two miles north and a mile east of that town next Monday. Thirtynfive ihead will •be offered. He will also sell six young Holstein bulls. Mr. Helmke is a reliable breeder who has been in the game many years, and anything he offers may foe relied upon. son's brother returned with them 'or a few days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jenson, Ru- 1 O.V/*1V/"*"O " ation. He was born September 1&23. He is survived by his parents, a sister Harriet, and a brother John. Funeral services were held in the .Immanuel Lutheran church by the Rev. Raymond Swanson, and burial was made m the Swea township cemetery. Thursday Club Entertained— Mrs. D W. Fultz entertained the Thursday club at her home last week. Mesdames Minnie Thomson Grace Eckholm and Ira Hewitt had charge of the program. The sub ject was inventions most useful to mankind. play * * * * We called Saturday at the W. E. Ley .garage "at Lakota and asked for Mr. Ley, but were informed that he was not in, though Mrs. Ley was in the office. She was writing a letter, and when we asked whether she was writing to her sweetheart, she said she really was, for it was to her husband, who is at Los An- been having the same trouble. The Lewis Lowmans and the Everett Withams attended a wedding dinner at Howard Lowman's Sunday in honor of Virginia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard iLowman,| who was married to Delbert San key October llth. The Noble Mitchells Mr. and Mrs. Quentin .Bjustrom, Grace Walker, and Cecil .Bjustrom were Sunday dinner guests of the Etna Mitchells in honor of Noble Mitchell's birthday. The Arie Dittmers, Good Hope, | were afternoon visitors DUROC JERSEY BOAR SALE at Oakdale farm, 2 miles N., 1 mile E. Renwick, at 1 o'clock. Monday, October 30 RI35 Head of (Spring Boars Sired by King of Iowa, lie a half brother to the Iowa! Champion, Pure Gold, and by High Light, he by Spot! Light. Both boars are the deep, heavy bone, easy feeding type. The young boars will show their quality and will be one of the good lots to sell this fall. Everything vaccinated. Selling six young Holstein bulls, ready for heavy service, and from good producing dams. W. H. HELMKE Junior Play Saturday— The Junior play is to be held m the high school auditorium Satur- Six girls and four boys take Admission is 10-15-25C. r. POST «y and Transfer Hauling. ' load .insured t - loss and dam- Pi all kinds. Equip- F do all Wncfc of P8 and draying. 1 PHONE gfc Iowa Creamery Buys Bank Safe- The Swea City creamery last week installed a safe, P» rc £ ase Jj from the defunct Fenton bank. It of steel, with a time lock. Other Swea City. The Carl Schraders moved to the fams house in the northeast ar , of town last week They have een living in the north house on he WTO. Evans farm. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans will occupy the hey vacated. Ira Hewitt entertained^ seconu division of the Mr Aid last week Wednesday The women are sewing pre- irawry to their Christmas bazaar Mr and Mrs. Earl Intermeier, of u^ora viS at Frank Thomson's lasl week. Mrs. .Intermeier Mrs. Thomson are sisters Eastern Stars held a • TIRED BET and between Seniors Lead Honor Boll— The first six weeks of high school ended with the following students on the honor roll, the sen iors leading with the highest class average and the freshmen second: seniors-JAnna Jones, Tilmer Halvorson, James Logan, Adah and Idah Telkamp, Lillian Sanders and Kenneth Thompson; juniors—Lillian Klinksiek and Elaine Blome; sophomores—John Estle and Luetta Gelhaus; freshmen, Henrietta O'Keete, Lois Wilson and Cleo Gable; Junior high, eighth grade— Alvira Halvorson, Beulah Loolt, Ruth Estle and Geneva Gelhaus; eventh grade-Lurena Lloyd and dna Leslie. Other honor students ill be published next week. ttend U. I. U. Homecoming- Marjorie Stranahan, Norma Kel/ and Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett ttended the Upper Iowa homecom- ng at Fayette Saturday. _ Upper owa defeated Western Union 46-0 n a one-sided football game. C. C. C. Boys to New Camps— Thompson, spent Sunday at the Glen Yahnke's. In the afternoon Doth families drove to Mankato. Alice Dunham, her sister, Mrs. D. B. Mayer, and Marjorie spent the week-end in Waterloo with their parents. Mrs. Henry Dyer and sons and Mrs. Mary Dyer, Bancroft, attended the funeral of a nephew at Cylinder last week Wednesday. Mrs. William Green, Ted, Esther, and Mrs. Charles Hilferty were at Mankato last week Wednesday. Mrs. Ella Gelhaus, daughter Anita, and Laurence Mayne spent last geles for a vacation in the interest of of his health and is visiting a Monday at Fairmont. The J. H. Welfares and Browns spent Sunday at Johnson's near Guckeen. D. H. Ralph Sunday schoo ^w^^e^inedatS. War . juneVhomson were in Algona ill of asthma and ering. jsrsfs-'S </»•»"»« «p™*SJS sritfwn^-js-f Lawrence |4j £i uiw ^«»M»J»— ^ W1 ~^ (Brandt _ and Gerald Worner, who have joined the C. C. - 1 have been transferred. Lawj e'nce goes to a Georgia camp and Gerald to one near the Canadian lorder. Students Hear Ventriloquist— Dr. J. H. Doyle, of Huron, S. P. ,poke to the high school students ast week Monday on Success He also gave a ventriloquist demonstration with a wood dummy Teachers to World's Fair— Ruth Jones, Adelaide Randall ta Underkofler, three of the i teachers, went to Chicago Fri evening to attend the worlds Jerry Barnes is Married— Jerry, son of Mr. and Mrs. After Barnes was married at Blue Earth M™ October 11 to Cecil Good rich. Other Ledrard News. Grandma Niester, who has been tine at Dayton, Ohio, came .a . home as Chicago Mondw an .., stopping there to visit with he brotS ItW known here whe ' Mr and Mrs. Jlwry •— - gnES.stsS'* Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Gable returned last week Wednesday from a week at Des Moines. The local Methodist Aid is invited to a Guest day at Buffalo Center Thursday. . The Arthur Countrymans visited Sunday at Ernest Jorgenson's near Elmore. Alice Dunham entertained the Sewing circle last week Monday igh.t. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Peterson, San- orn, visited the son Cecil last eek. Mrs. Marv Tillmoney was ill unday and Dr. Devine was called. Leon Worden worked at Seneca ast week Tuesday and Wednesday. Irene Dyer. Minneapolis, spent he week-end with her parents._ Mrs. Beulah Jenks entertained he Methodist Aid last Thursday. Ben Geschs, Elmore, spent Sat- rday at J. T. Welfare's. J. C. Underkofler, Britt, was here Monday. brother, H. Bert Ley, and two sisters, Mrs. Tom Ward and Mrs. Pearl Guernsey, there. He is feeling' much better, and plans to come home this week-end, expecting to fly as far as Des Moines. He flew out to the coast in a passenger plane, and wrote that he enjoyed the experience. He has been in the automobile business 13 years at Lakota. The Leys have three children, William, James, and Betty. H. Bert (Ley used to live at Lakota too, and he was once publisher of the Lakota Record. H. .Bert's first wife later died of burns suffered on a farm near (Lakota. • * • • J. J. Harms, a half mile west of German Valley, in German township, come to Hardin county in 1894 from East Friesland, Germany and farmed there till 23 years ago, when ihe came to Kossuth. He rented a farm the first year, then bought the 120 acres where he now lives. Mr. and Mrs. Harms showed us some "kohl," which is something, like spinach. They dry it, and it makes good winter greens. We ask- WILL CONVINCE ADDITIONAL THOUSANDS^ MUw«fo —--^^af^x .J.. ± Burt Dr. M. G. Bourne and Mrs. Opal Morrison, Algona, were Sunday evening guests at/the Dr. W- T. Peters home. Clara Schwietert, Dolliver teacher, spent the week-end at home with her parents, Schwieterts. The 'Ray Isenfcergers, the W. H. Decorah visited Sunday at the J. O. Isenberger and N. M. Godfredson lomes. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith Jr. Vermilion, S. D., spent the weekend at the C. C. and K. J. Smith homes. The W. A. MacArthurs were guests at the H. W. Trainer home for duck dinner Monday evening. Mrs. Niel Nielsen, Spencer, spen the week-end with her parents, Mr and Mrs. J. A. Armstrong. Mrs. C. C. Smith returned Satur day from Chicago where she at tended the world's fair. Robert Moore has been a.t cepa Rapids with, his brother Purwaw the past two weeks. ed whether it would make a person strong, like Popeye in the funnies, and they laughed and. said they thought it would. They have two daughters, both married, also one boy, who is picking the corn on the arm alone, saying that Dad does nough if he just looks after the nores. * « * • George Schmidt, four miles east nd 1% miles north of Titonka, was lowing garden last week Tuesday, le says it's customary with him to plow the garden in the fall. The Schmidts farm 160 acres owned by George's mother, Mrs. Wilhelmina Schmidt. George is one of the ounty's fast cornpickers, picking about 185 bushels from sunrise to sunset. 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