Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1934 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 17, 1934
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1984. PAGE ffQ 0nnent InringtonjFarmgrDiesof Heart Disease, Dropsy SMITH \*^Wto^*- TEN 8ENECANS TO ARMSTRONG MISSION MEET • ••» AFTER ILLNESS Casey Loss, accom- 8 nn me art tid- ere Ian son Ish >m- mg ght on, W. •les hnfl — • — — — — . __ — . . Mother's Day Tea Given by M. & D. Club at Good Hope Good Hope, May 15 — A Mother's day tea given by the Union township Mothers and Daughters club at the Good Hope Community room last Thursday was a success. The following program was presented: vocal solo, the Rev. Alien H. Wood; Origin and History of Mother's Day, Ethel Smith; appropriate poems by Edgar Guest, Hol- llngsworth, and Fessenden, rend by Minnie Sarchett; playlet, Mother's Day, Settle and Lettie Sarchett, Pattle Mittag, Ruth, Mary Lee, and Betty Dearchs; play, Mrs. Brown's Visitors, Norma Scott, Jean Mario Sarchett, Ruth and Mary Leo Dearchs; vocal duet, The Old Spinning Wheel, Mary Lee and Ruth shank; Origin and Hlst.orv of Mother's tlsiy, Mrs. Jacob Smith; dialog, Mabel Guslafson and Bnr- nice Dodds; Our Mothers, Florence DoddH. The sacrament of baptism was administered to Ruth Ann, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,1. M. Elmore. IHograpliicnl Rending I'lnnncil— Next Sunday nt the Good Hope and Whittemorc Methodist chnrcli- es, at the usual worship, will be presented another of the biographical readings from Clausen's I'en Portraits of the Prophets. The subject will be Mlcah, the Preacher Who Pitied the Poor. Juniors are to take Bibles. Gill or Dnnil If nit A Bible, Lena Bennett. The program was directed by .da Hofius. Cora Reid, Bertha > im March 10, 1902. At ' ivet mift bought a farm known as the the couple „„„, when they After a year In ight the farm on which the Sarchett, and Veda McArthur were baby was tbo first grandchild on he committee In charge of menu -- --- .nd arrangements. Mother's Sunday is Observed— A good-sized audience attended worship In celebration of Mother's day at the Good Hope church Sun- lay morning. The program includ- »•»«»<£ TW «e the only son 'rtl»me,Mw.Vern Kut- 'Aieona, and Edna, also 'B sides his wife, children , J grandchildren, Howard Paul Rutledge, Mr. Smith is S by three sisters, all ofIA1- Mrs Charles McQuade, Mrs. tOB rcn, and Jennie Smith. , relatives who attended the 1 services were Dr. and Mrs mr t Williams, of Lakota; Mr Mrs E. M. Sparks, of Wesley; 1 Altweggs, Plum Creek- I and Mrs. Joe Goetz Wesley stian Hoffman and Mr. and Howard Hoffman, De , s . the Frank Hoffmans, Max ' ',1, the Herman Pooches 17 and Mrs. Fred Hintz, and art Johnsons, all of Liver B " John Hintz, of Webste r'aad Hoy Smith, Lu Verne iMIchael and John Frellingers, L, Erpeldings and Sister Eva, thePoir Erpeldings, St. Joe; tte Jphn Hohenbergers, Liveri. Ir, Smith had been suffering Ji serious heart attacks at inter,i for several years. For the last reral months he has been almost Ipless and recently spent some j In the Kossuth hospital. He j one of the most prominent and ,... (farmers in this community d was a faithful supporter of the ;ona Presbyterian church. He s a member of the Livermore .pter of Masons. The son Har- Iwlll continue operating the the Edw. Hackbarths last week, this column erroneously said the the Hint?, side. It should have read "the first grandson." Mrs. Robert Harvey, representing the M. & D. club on arrangements for Rural Schools day is helping perfect plans. The date is Friday, May 25. Seneca, May 15—Attending a recent woman's missionary federation of the Forest City-E«thcr- ville circuit at the Nazareth Lutheran ohunJh, Armstrong, of Wliicli the Rev. H. W. Boade is pastor, were the Rev. and Mrs. S. 0. Sande, Mrs. J. H. Jensen, Mrs. Jens Halvorsen, Mrs. August Nelson, Mrs. Jennie Jemwn, Mrs. Linus Jensen, Mrs. Otto Wilberg, Mrs. Anna Osborn, daughter Pauline. Mrs. Anna Osborn was delegate fro:n tftie local Aid. The program follows: FORENOON. Registration: devotions, the Rev. Mr. Thompson, Emmestburg; wel- cr - at Lu Verne. The News from Sexton A Mother's day program was given at the church here Sunday evening at 8 p. m., with a good attendance. There were readings, songs, and tableaux. Mrs. Harvey Steven directed the program, and Marie Harris directed the choir. Edith Greenfield presided at the piano. A number of mothers sang Faith of Our Mothers during the Sunday school service in the morning. Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hodgln, of Inwood, spent the week-end at Harvey Steven's. Mrs. Hodgin wan formerly Pearl Steven. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Steven and little son, Harvey Dwane, of Swea City, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Steven's mother, Mrs. G. B. Wise, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham and children spent Sunday with the latter's mother, Mrs. Edw, Warm- gona, spent Sunday with Mrs. J. W. Harris and Marie. The women are daughters of Mrs. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gardner and baby daughter, Dona Jean, Algona, were Sunday supper guests of Mrs. Garner's mother, Mrs. John Huff Sr. Mrs. Andy Baker and daughter Viola, of Mason City, spent a few days last week with Mrs. John Huff Jr., who has been sick again. Mrs. Huff is a daughter of Mrs. Baker. A number of men were here last week repairing the Milwaukee stock yards. . Two men from Minneapolis who repaired and painted the North Iowa Grain Co. elevator left Friday for Alexander, where they will repair another elevator. The Sexton school closed Friday with a picnic at noon In the Plum come, Mrs. K, Ersland; L. A. Mathre; Mrs quartet from Rake. response, selection, ed musical numbers by a choir; a number by the Address, The Church's Missionary Obligation, the Rev. Mr. Manlies, Jackson, Minn.; solo, It Was For Me. Banora Sihaw, Estherville; address, Education, Prof. J, L. Rendahl, Forrest City; hymn, men's choir; vocal duet, Mesdames Quinten Bjustrom and Arie Dittmer; musical reading, Mrs. Quin- en Bjustrom and Evelyn Crulk- Saturday was the first time ... . mixed [the writer's experience that he has I Jesus 'Shall Reign; announcement, young known a wind to blow out of the WESLEY HIGH SCHOOL WILL GRADUATE 20 Wesley, May 15—Sunday evening, May 20, the iRev. Mr. McNulty •will sermon preach the before the baccalaureate high school southeast with tornado characteristics. Mrs. Henry Engstrom is reported sick with appendicitis. peter hall Thursday evening, 24, and the Rev. >B. J. Tri mlus Bansack Store— Ir, and Mrs. Bert Sankey, whose ! at Galbraith was robbed last i Tuesday night, spent consid- ible time in gathering up their |HT beans which the thieves scat- 1 over the floor. The Sankeys leve that the culprits needed a Mb, sack to carry away the var- i stolen articles and so put the i on the floor. Besides the king, tobacco, etc., taken from i store, a supply shed was ranged and oil taken. The robbers t in haste when a car containing [group returning from .a dance iched. They left two bottles •only half finished. A large i of cream was taken from the |.L Miller farm the same night. lYerae House Moved to Farm— [lute Miller, who owns a large southeast of Irvington, re- sully had a house moved there i Lu Verne to a new location r the road. The house was f or- ly occupied by Dr. and Mrs. P. Janse, of Algona, formerly of Lu ferae, and was moved by Herman iwmbier and a Mr. Meyers with Mi steam engines. Mr. Miller IKS alone, and as the buildings re some distance back in the field ' Plans to rebuild on a more de" ' 1'cation, He has also set t a new grove and orchard. to Hurt In Bnnaway— i Wilkins, son-in-law of Mr. Mre Prank Miller, was serl- 1'Injured while using a walk- Plow last Thursday. Mr. Wll- was plowing near a fence a Piece of harness caught on ace and frightened the horse. L?" 863 lunged forward and Mr. ™ 8 ' wh ° had the lines tied « his waist, was dragged un- MdiT. ^ ived two brokeu ribs "««s a painful injury behind one r wd various other bruises. graduating class, ten boys and 10 girls. The senior play, The Good Old Summertime, will be given at the Kleinpeter hall Tuesday evening, May 22. The junior-senior banquet will take >place at the lodge hall this week Wednesday evening. A "violin" idea will be carried out. Commencement exercises will be (held at tihe Klein- May Trickey, Spencer, will deliver the address. The class colors are flame and white; -tine class motto, "On the Violin of Life We Play the Chords of Success"; the class flower, the American Beauty roee. Methodist Stewards to Meet— There will be a meeting of the stewards in the League room of the Methodist church this week Thursday evening. The Bible study class meets at the church this week Tuesday morning. The Mr. McNulty spoke from Matthew 12:49 Sunday morning, and for the Scripture lesson read Proverbs 31:10-31. A choir of young people sang special numbers, and Mrs. McNulty a solo in honor of mother. "Wesley Pioneer is Dead- Mr, and Mrs. Guy M. Butts, accompanied by Olaf Funnemark and .Mrs. Esther Skow, left Monday morning to attend at Alexandria, Minn., the funeral of Peter Anderson, a pioneer of Wesley townsihip. IMr. Anderson died last week Wednesday, after a short illness. Funeral services on Tuesday afternoon. Auxiliary to Decorate Grayes— The local Auxiliary met last 'Friend was read and discussed. Hot coffee and light ments were served in the basement. The John Uhlenhakes, Whittemore, spent Sunday with John's •mother here. Guests of Margaret McOonnell, Wesley teacher, were her niece, Josephine McConnell, Modiapolis, and a Miss Voss, Lu Verne. Mrs. Paul Erdmann and Mrs. Oliver Young were Algona visitors last Thursday. Oliver Young and Wilbur Fisher went fishing it Clear Lake Sunday, and had fair luck Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ringsdorf anc .heir daughters LaVonne and Roge Marie visited Ted's grandfather W. P. Gicldings, here Sunday. The 'Oh as. Payiks, Emmetsburg spent Sunday with their son, Wm Henderson. Irene Haynes, Mason City, spent the day af home. 'Mr. and Mrs, fri. J. Braley and fetlhel went to Iowa City Friday morning for a short visit with Dr. and Mrs. Elson Braley. Mrs. Wm. Lyon, Des Moines, is making an extended visit witlh. (her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reno, of the Wesley hotel. The Jota Ormsbya spent Sunday with Mrs. Ormsby's mother, Mrs. iSarah McCroden, Forest City. 'Raymond Wingert, Mission, Tex., came Saturday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Midhad Wingert. Mrs. Vernon Benner and her ison Burton visited her ,parentfi» thq.iB, Goqdnows, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oarl Hansen spent lother's day at their son Howrd's, Clear Lake. Father Wagener is away this reek. AFTERNOON Workers' Conference—Aid ,pres- dents, pastors' wives, circuit loard; Hymn, Hark, the Voice of Jesus Calling; devotions, Wie Rev. A. K. -Gaard, Cylinder; reports registration committee, secretary- treasurer, departmental secretar- ias; hymn, Thou Whose Almighty Word; paper, Lighthouses, Mrs Mollie ; Herbrandson, Esitherville. Talk, Reading Project, Mrs Thompson, wife of Emmetsburg pastor; solo, the Rev. Mr. <Boade Armstrong; talk, 'Missionaries I Have Known, Mrs Thorwold Thor sen, Forest > City; report nomination committee; offering; bene diction. Aid Will Go Visiting— The Aid has been invited to 'hole its next meeting at Mrs. OUaf Fun nemark's, near Wesley. The Fun nemarks are members of -the -Sen «ca Lutheran churdh. The meet ing will be on Decoration day. Th nearest way to go will be to driv via Titonka, taking the main roai which starts east out of that town but soon turns souUh. The Funne marks live on the east side of th roacl about five miles south. Mrs. Ole Knutson, Fenton, 80— •Mrs. S. O. Sande drove to Do •liver a week ago Sunday witlh, th Lars Finnestads, Fenton, to hel celebrate the 80th birthday of Mr Ole Knutson. A friend of Mr Knutson who lives in Californi engineered the surprise, Sending invitations to relatives and friends Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Hansen, f Wesley, and Mary Harris, Al- Creek woods. Marie Harris was teacher. A Miss Voss, from Lu Verne, will teach here next term. Open Air Beer Garden On Highway No. 18 Cook's Service Station WHERE FRIENDS MEET Local German Band will play from 8:30 to 12 p. m. OPENING NIGHT SATURDAY, MAY 19 arious baccalaureate services. uniors Hosts to Seniors— The juniors, seniors, and the chool faculty motored to Em- vetsburg Friday evening for the unior-isenior banquet at the Ker- lore Ihotel. jlynsics Make Slop Here— Three auto loads of gypsies paid he stores of Seneca a visit last veek Thursday afternoon. They drove Buicks and Dodge sedans. Other Seneca News. MRS, KASCHMITTER, OF WHITTEMORE, IS BURIED YESTERDAY Whittemore, May 15 — Mrs. Kaschmitter died of cancer at her daughter Mrs. Frank Bremer's Sunday evening. All nine children were in attendance: Mrs. Frank Sprute, Oswego, Ore.; John, Alton; Mrs. Frank Bremer, Wilmont, ,Minn.; Mrs. John Broich, Adrienne, Mrs. Melvin Norland and her I Minn.; Otto, Mrs. August Elbert, laughters Lois 'May and Mary Lou j Mrs. Fred Kollasch, Richard, all of attended a post-nuptial shower |Whittemore. Funeral services were Friday in Ihonor of Mrs. iNels | set for this week Wednesday. Haugland at her new home near WE DO CUE OWN LENS GEINDINQ DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Algona, Iowa Dolliver. Mrs. Haugland was formerly Mrs. Lulu Knutson. •and Epidemic of Netv Girls— A girl, Eldora May, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Bierstedt Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilb-erg, Mrs. Anna Osborn, and Mrs. C. L.; Sunday; alse a girl the same day Osborn attended funeral services j to Mr. and Mrs. John P. Steier. Mr. last week Wednesday •afternoon I and Mrs. Herman Schendel are for Mrs. Christian Widdel, Fenton. | parents of a daughter, Virginia The Melvin Norlands spent last j Lou, born last week Monday, and Thursday evening at Oscar Nor- j a girl, Delores May, was born to land's, Cylinder and were Sunday,Mr. and Mrs. Herman Haack Fri- Thursday evening, '• High Grades- eighth grade <. .. '• wn o has U Sabln school for all received per of the several average of in their re. -;en at Ali n( ( . h '6h average entitles '."'the trio to a letter "I," ? eigel has DoT with Sanke »• Buffering It is reported that who has suffered with recent- Sunday Pott Carles ' "1 of ' A, gona> 8pent of Mover's day Potters, o s Day and famlUe8 - both o aud the aud Harry Mrs. Juliu Studer, hostess. It was planned to make wreaths to be placed on Che graves of soldiers in botlh cemeteries on 'Decoration day. The poppy sale will be held Saturday, May 26. Mrs. Geo. Aldrich is chairman, and has several helpers. Cousins In Birthday Greeting- Herman 'Lee Ostercamp, whose birthday is 'May 14, received birthday card from his cousin oi klne same age at St. Louis, Joan Lee drain, whose birthday is May 12. It contained a "cute" verse celebrating the fact that "We're •tlhree," and "how big we've grown to be." Grandma Seaberg, 81, Honored— A number of the Congregationa people, in recognition of Mother' day, called Sunday upon Grandm* Seaberg, .91. Mrs. Seaberg has suf fered for some years witfli gang rene in the feet, tout sfte is able to sit up in a wheel chair part o the time with her feet elevated. Two New Babies Here— Mrs. John Ormsby cared for th boy bom to Mr. and Mrs. Mik Arndorfer Saturday, May 5, an also for the son 'born to Mr. an Mrs. Arthur Cink, Monday, Ma 7, 'both being in the same neigu: borhood. She was there a week. Attend Legion Pep Meeting— Al Rosenmeyer and the Messr and Madames Lester Lease an eorge Aldridh attended a ep meeting" of the American ^egion and Auxiliary at Fort Dodge last week Tuesday. Daughter for Clayton Angles— A daughter was born to Mr. ana Mrs. Clayton Angle 'last Thursday morning. They are young farmers northwest of Wesley. Hannabelle Giddings is nurse. Wesley Loaes to Titonka— The Wesley baseball team lost- to Titonka, 7-«, at Titonka Friday evening. Other Wesley News Miss (Beck, grade teacher, spent ttoe week-end with tihe Arthur Eave family at Ringsted, where she formerly taught. Mr. and Mrs. Jdhn Hutchison epent^Sunday at New Providence, witlh Mrs Hutchison's mother. Mrs. Margate Lawler. Mildred Lawler, Minnea went back Saturday, afte Pott er Mrs. L Irvington I 0. L. Miller was honored Sun- ay by Mr. and Mrs. Willard Oregon, of Algona, who gave a birth- ay dinner for him. Guests, be- ides the Millers, were Mr. and ATS. Ed Wilkins, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller, and Mr. and Mrs. 'orbus Stiltz. Lewis Wildln, who underwent a lajor operation April 30 at Iowa Jity, is slowly recovering. He will have to remain at Iowa City for a month yet. Mrs. Morris Schock, who is mak- ng her home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Patterson, went nto the poultry business early in March. She now has 250 White 1 Rocks that are nearing the three- lound mark. Mrs. Schock is be;inning to sell her chickens now 'or spring fries. Mrs. Elmer Potter, Mrs. Scott Moore and Mrs. Victor Applegate of the Ihonoree, also sending a large cake made with California fruits. Attend Armstrong Pre-Nuptial— Mrs. C. L. Osborn, Anna Osborn, and the latter's daughter Pauline were guests at a pre-nuptial shower for Jesse Allen at Armstrong Friday. The wedding took p>lacd Monday. League Program Postponed— A Luther League 'program which was to (have been given Sunday night at the Lutheran church was postponed because of dinner gues'ts at Martin Norland's, also near Cylinder.. Marjorie, daughter of Mr. and •Mrs. Fred Brown, .has been seriously sick with bronchial pneumonia, but is improving rapidly. The Otto Kellys, Swea City, and the William 'Browns, Armstrong, were Sunday dinner guests at Mrs, Anna Oaborn's. Baccalaureate services for the seniors will be held Sunday evening at the school gymnasium, Mrs. Millen Jensen spent Friday with her .parents, Mr .and Mrs. Louis Appelt, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. C. L, Ostoorn were Sunday dinner guests at Fred Weisbrod's, Fenton. The Willing Workers met Saturday at Mrs. August Nelson's. day. Raymond Meyer Has Birthday— A birthday party was given at Herman Gade's Saturday for the grandson, Raymond Meyer, who was eight, There were 13 guests. Other \Vhittemore News Monday evening dinner guests at Frank Bestenlehner's were Mr. and Mrs. John Strain, Mr. and Mrs. Ignatius Bestenlehner and son Jr., all of Muscatlne; Andrew F, Besten- lehner, Ottumwa; Jos. Bestenleh- ner and children, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Duffy, Whittemore. Supervisor and Mrs. F. J. Balgeman and their son Delbert were Sunday dinner guests at Fred Schurg's, West Bend. A GRUEN The most appropriate, the most appreciated award . . . The watch the graduate will be proud to wear . . . for modern youth knows the smart style . . . the recognized prestige of Gruen Guild Watches. And at present low prices .., from $25 . . . no sacrifice is necessary to give the graduate that wanted, long- remembered gift ... a guild-made GRUEN! Unusual value in a dainty Guild-made baguette . . . $29-75 Streamline smartness ma SO*7 50 curved, coin watch for men «3 /' A. H. Borchardt Jewelry drove to Des Moines, where will go through a clinic. they They plan to return this week Wednes- lay. Aid will meet this week Thursday afternoon at the church parlor. Hostesses will be Mrs. Armour Lemkee and Mrs. 0. L. Miller. The school in Dist. No. 8, of which Catherine Schulz has been the teacher for a number of years, closed for the summer Friday. They hit it witk everything but a FUZZ SAW! Sheriff Republican ticket, subject to the will of the voters at the June primaries. GILBERT HARGREAVES Your support will be appreciated. ANDERSON'S Rite-way Food Store Special Values Effective Friday, May 18 to Thursday, May 24 polia, a week with her sister, Mrs. Vin cent Ooughan. The Methodist W F. M. S. me in the league room Friday .after soon. The Woman's Missionar wansdown Cake Flour assures erfect baking. 24 C tegular package ** Baker's Premium 1Q /» Chocolate, % lb. cake -—-*• *f ~ ello. 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