Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 7, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 7, 1934
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K03SUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, IOWA PAGE Twenty Years Ago e primary election had taken | dales for county office on Hie dcm- place, and Governor Clarke led injooratic ticket, but scattered'votc-s Algona over two opponents, rocciv- j wore caul, for M. L. Honey Irving- Ing 654 votes to 138 for Judge Loo lion, for auditor, 1<l; \v. F. Reimors and 83 for one Fowley. Senator Whitlemore, dork, 0; Amic Pcug- Cummings' vote was 723 to 15 foriiiot, for recorder, •!; J. p. Hyson one Savage. Congressman Woods for sheriff, :!. had 667 votes; J. M. Dye for rcprc- TWO LEDYARD TEACHERS ARE WED FRIDAY were PVle local Luther- K M Schroeder was ' nd , They lived'on r ' t town many r" n j w ng nearly KhTcameto had five BOBS sentatlve, 632; E. H. Bcardsley for county auditor, 763; Joe Jenks for clerk, 711; Jenkinson for treasurer, 707; Samson for sheriff, 808; Mrs, Latdley for recorder, 781; Van Ness for county attorney, 786; and W. E. Laird for coroner, 778. * * * * W. J. Anderson was nominated for supervisor In the Burt-Bancroft-Fenton district with 137 W. If. Ketcham was a problem in district court. Ho had filed motions and answers in suits against him which hold up proceedings. The motions wore filed late, and wore liboloiiK in character, in that against Clerk Stcnhen- accusalinn.s son UK regards his election 'were made. to born Novcm- rs£m, G^many ^ "SP in "* tMSnaChrist, and in 1888 he lo Marie Baumann. i, gut year at death. /L G orge, William, 1M nd Henry; the only -' . . T7i,.nr\nna A. laugWer [ Lena, some years ago. • TSchroeder were sick with bronchial pneu- were pioneers in this ra Schroeder's funeral , i the Lutheran church 11and Mr. Schroeder's , place Saturday. Mrs. Lawrence votes. He had no opposition. In the Whittemore-Lu Verne district Bedell won over Genrich, 101 to 83, and In the Algona district Hopkins won over Hutchins, 112-109. Tjaden won over Krantz, 74-52, In the Tltonka-Wesley district. * * * * In the Algona supervisor district Heise got 15 votes; in the Whittemore-Lu Verne district, H. M. Steussy, 7; In the Burt-Bancroft- Fenton district, L. Sheldon, 66. Jack Cruise won, 169-49, over G. G. Studer in the Wesley-Titonka district. * • * • Progressive party returns were surprisingly light. Only 114 votes for Judge Quarton for congressman were cast. The election was the lightest in the history of the county, the total number of ballots being less than 800, while two years before the number totaled 1939. * • * • Democratic returns that year gave D. M. Kelleher, Fort Dodge, High school "letters" worn conferred on Hubert Danson, E. Christenson, John Donahoo, Clair Laird Will Hawcott, Alfred Krcsensky! and Leo Nugent. An "A" pin was awarded to Dicio Boann, and watch fobs to Donald Hutchison and How- u-d Mawdslcy, for honors on a de- J.iting team. Iprogrnm is Given— «• • * from Garrett Theological School, Chicago, last week Wednesday. Attends Shower for Niece— Mrs. Loon Worden went to Algona Friday to attend a shower for lior niece, liernice Campbell, Sen- oca, who is soon to be married to Harvey Christianson, Ringsted. Mrs. Walter Dale was hostess. , V. T'. S. T'ientcfcs nt Lake— Ledyard, .Tune 5—Gonevicve Kit-] The Young People's society of oy and Harold Grannor were mar-j the German Koformcd church held •led at the home of the bride's la picnic at Birch Lake last week alher ut Hardy at I) o'clock last Wednesday evening. Friday afternoon. The ceremony,, , ,., , , was performed by the bridegroom's ''•<' ( >"<>">i<'« Toucher Hired- father, the Rev. Mr. Granner, of! Franc >s Hitler, Fayette, has been Pal on. The bride wore a dress ofi' lire(J as llomc economics teacher white satin with white accessories lo match and carried pink roses. There were no attendants, and only immediate relatives and a few close friends were present. Following the ceremony a lunch was served, and the couple left on a wedding trip to Montana to visit the bridegroom's brother Lester. Both of these young people are graduates of the Renwick high school. The bride then attended Iowa State Teachers college at A sports day program was plan- nod for Juno 23 by the Home Economics club for the benefit of Athletic park. The fairgrounds wore to be used for the event in order to accommodate the largo crowd expected. All types of sports were planned, • • * • A long story of the arrest of W. C. Whiffen at Mexico City had been published. He was A. P. correspondent there during the Mexican revolution, and was put in jail by the revolutionists, but released by federal troops. Censors hold the story of his experiences. Cedar Falls and taught at Vornon consolidated school for the coming year. I'. II. Meets Tomorrow Night— The General Farm Bureau will meet at George Moulton's Friday night. Other Ledyard News. The Ralph Olsons attended Memorial services at Algona lasi Thursday. Relatives from Ellsworth met them there for a picnic dinner at the Ambrose state park. Mrs. Olson's 256 NEW AUTOS SOLD HERE SINCE JAN, 1ST Two hundred and fifty-six new ulomobiles have been sold in Kosuth county since the first of the car, The total in May was 51, and ight new cars had been sold al- cady in June up to Monday after- oon. A. J. Sherman, Wesley, who ought a Willys, and Kenneth E. VIerccr, Algona high school coach, vho bought a Ford, were the last o buy in May. Purchasing cars riday, Saturday, and Monday arc: Mrs. Anna Nurre, Bancroft, Plym- juth; Arthur Leason, Hurt, and William Peterson, Titonka, Fords; 3eywn Meddlisworth, Algona Ihryslcr; J. E. Mason, Algona Plymouth; Amos Finnestad, Fenton, Ford; Ira L. Foster, Fort Dodge, Plymouth; and C. N. Aalfs Algona, Chevrolet. Up to Monday the number of au ;omobiles registered in the count; totaled 6171. which was the grand total for all of last year. It is ex pected that nearly 500 more 193 licenses will be issued before thi year ends. years and the past two years has been the third and fourth grade teacher here. A. Cal the j Mrs. Johnson, of Ellsworth, came 1 home with thorn for several weeks The local W. F. M. S. will enter tain the Dolliver society anc I friends here at a 1 o'clock luncheon The bridegroom attended North ) Friday" afternoon.' A special pro Central college, Napcrvillc, 111., ram has been p i anned and Mrs throe years and was graduated from I. S. T. C. The past four years he has been mathematics up Two Lone Rock school teachers A day was observed here | following P r °sram at , at the schoolhouse: i the Rev. Mr. Freerk- ,r invocation, the Rev. ion; male quartet, Jerry : C y Johnson, George rHeetland; saxophone Johnson, Margaret vocal solo, Jerry jdress, the Rev. B. Rey- [imvood, who gave a plea j Mr. Redmayne served as fat or near Bristol, Eng- Ihe World war. The Les from Buffalo Center and Lakota Auxiliary, the „ and flower girls par] the depot to the school- after the program drove cemeteries to decorate the nomination for congress; J. W. planned to go abroad and had got auinvan tor represemanve ; ana McChesney for county treasurer. There were no other avowed candi- SHOWER FOR MRS, HEIFNER ATTITOHKA Titonka, June 6 — A post-nuptial shower was given last introduction in a letter from Judge Quarton to his son Harold, then deputy consul-general at Berlin. tending school at Chicago two years, got home Sunday for the summer with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Pierre Sartor. She was graduated Saturday from the Chicago School of Chiropody and Foot Surgery. Hazel and Edith Budlong, of Hampton, who spent last week AVedriesday with their mother, Mrs. Frances Budlong, went back that evening and took with them Betty Budlong, whom they brought home teacher in the local high school. They will bo at homo after September 1 at Lodyard. Memorial Day is Observed- Memorial day services were held in the park last Thursday morning at 9:15. The band played a march, and a mixed chorus sang America the Beautiful. Mr. Worden then introduced H. W. Miller, of Algona, who delivered the address. James Logan read an American Legion prayer, following which the crowd went to the cemetery, where the American Legion of Buffalo Center Assisted with the program. The the t eight flower girls who decoratec the soldiers' graves were: Aleitha Brack, Alice Hagge, Malinda anc Ella Goetz, Alice and Esther Junk- ormeier, Arlene Drew, and Lois Wilson. Mrs. George of picnic Held Sunday— >v, F. 0. Johnson, Harry ' i, and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. . drove to Woods Lake |or a picnic dinner, and were the Rudolph ;s, Amery, Wis., Hortense 1 a friend, both of Minne- Ilirs. Wharton, Elmore, Clara, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. [irmstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Ugona, and the Clarence , Mrs. Mary Noble, Samit, and Frank Wiltse, all j Earth. Mrs. McKinney, f Mary, and Hortense Noble i visiting here this week. town, in honor of the former Florence Bacon, recently married at Des Moines to Clair Heifner. Guests were Mrs. Charles Plumb, Esther Asklns, "Mrs. Ole Michaelson, Mrs. James MacCauley, Leola Michaelson, Mrs. L. C. Heifner, Mrs. Earl Blakley, Pauline Blakley, Mrs. Peter Brethorst, and Mrs. Swea Larson, Buffalo Center, Mrs. John Pink, Mrs. Earl Stott, Mrs. William Amesbury, Mrs. Charles Ama, daughter Myrtle, Phydelis Peterson, Beryl Boggess, Florence and Edith Reynolds, Mrs. Clarence Smith, Iowa Falls, Mrs. Edward Zweifel, and Mrs. T. M. Heifner. Florence received many gifts, no Mrs. Clarence Smith, Iowa Falls, Wiener Ronst for S. S. Class- Mrs. George Thompson entertain ed her Sunday school class at a wiener roast Friday night. Presen were: Henrietta O'Keefe, lona an Lillian Wentworth, Margerj Barnes, Alvira Halvorson, Wesle Mrs. Clair Heifner, Des Moines, and Schultz, Doris Welfare, Betty Matz Lewis, Vern, and Mark Bacon ener, Ruth Estle, and Geneviev drove to Iowa Falls Saturday, and.Busch. Mark took Florence on to Des Moines. All but Florence returned Paul Johnson is Graduated— Sunday. Paul Johnson, who made man Mrs. Harold Johnson, Elvina Danielson, and the Flick Davises, friends hero while substituting a pastor for his brother, the Re with malta fever, was graduate F. 1). Women Meet— mes 0. J. Rippentrop Ban=;"dr^^B=inTprat: ^^-J^ »is rie, Minn., Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Antone Pannkuk, former Titonkians. Dr. and Mrs. Pierre Sartor's daughter Alice was graduated Saturday from a two-year course in j the Chicago School of Chiropody land foot surgery. Doan Girl Wed to Youth from Brit Irvington, June 6—Howard Clar and Edna Bunkofske were marrie Saturday at Mason City. The were attended by Mrs. Vera South wick, Marshalltown, sister of th bridegroom. Howard is a son Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Clark, Britt, and ram has been planned A. Bishop, of Algona, ho speaker. A special thank-of- ring will be taken. „ _. , , Mrs. August Knoner spent last Brother of Mrs. Ray Fitch here. ,eck with her daughter, Mrs. Wil- He h£ V s bfeen employed on a farm am Brandt, Hubbard, and attend-! near Sexton and will continue d the 50th anniversary celebration j woi ; k there. The bride will remain f their church there. Mr. Knoner Wlth her parents in the Doan nd son Edward and family went i neighborhood till next spring, when or her Saturday, returning Sun- th , e c °"P le will move to a- farm ajr they have rented. Friends here will be glad to -—— ~ ~~ lear that Mrs. Johnson's wrist is ton Sunday and Mrs. O'Keefe stay- lealing nicely and she has it out of ed to help care for her mother, he cast and in splints now. She is Mrs. Warner, till at Knoxville with her parents. Richard Zielske, Alfred Zielske, Mrs. Le Roy Anderson, Radcliffe, L. A. Nitz, Lillian Saunders, and and son visited the L. W. Wiemers Lois Wilson spent Sunday at ast week Monday. Mrs. Anderson Spirit Lake. vent home the same day, but the son remained for a longer visit. Willis Dyer completed his first year at the State University of A. E. Lauritzen, L. W. Wienier, Iowa and came home last week and George Moulton fished at Rap- Wednesday. the last few dan, Minn., last week Monday, re- Evelyn Mayne accompanied turning the following night, ha ring Frank Kellys to Armstrong had good luck. I Thursday and remained for a Dr. Guy Anderson, Ackley, and days visit, family visited the L. W. Wiemers' The Floyd Andersons, of Blue last Thursday evening. Mr. An-' Earth, visited the parental Fred derson's father, of Algona, accom- Baumanns last week Wednesday, panied them. The Jos. Steinbergs, Garner, vis- The A. E. Lauritzens and Mrs. ited his mother, who is in poor Cecil Peterson attended the wed- health, last Thursday, ding of Harold Granner and Gene- | The L. W. Wiemers have a new vieve Kitley at Hardy Friday. | Chevrolet car, which has a radio The last meeting of the Men's installed in it. Brotherhood will be held at Buffalo • The station agent, Mr. Clanahan, Center next week Monday night spent Sunday with his family at and the wives will be guests. i Stratford. . L. H. Mayne, Emmetsburg, and The Olaf Engelbys returned Frison Elmer, Washington, D. C., vis- day from a week's visit at Jewell ited the former's nephews, Joe and Iowa. Howard Mayne Saturday. ' The Charles Basharas visited rel- The Jess O'Keefes went to Fen- atives at Fort Dodge Sunday. Ask any woman who has Rollator Refrigeration in her home; The more careful she is in watching expenses, the more certain she'll be that Norge is saving money foe her. Users report savings np to $11 a month; Think how quickly that would pay for the Norge! • Come in and see the. kind of refrigerator (^^\ you've always wanted. ^SmS? YOU CAM BUY A NORGE FOR AS LITTLE AS $1.75 A WEEK Richardson Furniture Co Where Furniture Sells for Less. te Pay Your Advance Subscription Now and [Winter, with Emma Gut- I entertained the Ledyard ) Farm Bureau at Mrs. Rlp- i Friday afternoon. After the women practiced mgs for Achievement day , The township 4-H girls' . Margaret Smith was because the latter's [Dwight had the rrjr Heetland was measles, honored wprise birthday cake. ly H, I). A. Hired— i Bureau executive board \ was held at J. H. Warbur- 1 Thursday night. A corn- fas appointed to go to Ames 1 irday to interview appli- f r a new Home Demonstra- for Kossuth county. ed one who will take up Irk at once and will put in three months helping the clubs in the county. [Doctor Here in • J. Schuell, Lincoln, Neb., nere for a brief visit with, pro one day last week. He Ms way to Iowa City to at- alumni banquet and do re[work. Doctor Schuell is a ««ota physician who sold Ice to Doctor Williams a Bv ag0 ' He now Practices jrernment hospital. Mrs. Fletcher- i I 1613 at Mra - Coonle last week Tuesday af- 'r »nj of Mrs - Harold r > and so J.' L\J I tiUVfG 1 V*V^V»1 » \J\*. »iil*«J ej*''*"-'! --" .. two of the same kind. Clair and Edward Boyken, of Luther col- his bride both attended high school lego, Dccorah, came home Sunday here and were graduated in the for Uie summer wjth^ his parents, same class. They will live at Des " ' - J "-- "'•" " " Moines. Bible School Is Opened— A Methodist summer Bible school opened Monday'and will continue two weeks, meeting each morning. Teachers are Hazel Miller, beginners; Alice Gartner, second and third grades; Helen Beed, fourth and fifth grades; Anna Schenck, sixth grade; Carrie Torgerson, seventh, eighth, and ninth grades. The enrollment is 60. Queen Esthers Give Tiny— The Queen Esthers gave a play, Children of the Way, Sunday night at the Methodist church. Taking part were Carol Reaser, Faith Louise Faul, Clarice Falk, Dorothy Gartner, Jackie Callies, and Maxine Stott. Mrs. C. A. Hoon sang a solo, and Dorothy Gartner gave a talk on The Queen Esthers. College Youth Comes Home— The Rev. and Mrs. L. G. Gartner's son Harold, who had Just completed his freshman year at the state university, came home last week Tuesday with his brother Banker and Mrs. William Boyken. He will be a junior next year. Jennie and Chris Meyer and i George Meyer drove to South Dakota last week Wednesday for a few days with relatives. They will return this week Thursday. The M. S. Cravens and the S. J. de Vries family drove to northern innesota last week Tuesday and ent Memorial day fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beed drove Hampton last week Tuesday ight and spent Decoration day ith relatives there. Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Wright, Colo, nd their daughter Lennice spent week-end here. The Wrights ormerly lived here. Clifford Krantz, Elvina Daniel- on, Myrtle Ama, and Woodrow eterson were at Clear Lake Me- lorial day. Jay Budlong, son Robert, and loy Budlong spent last week Wednesday fishing at Crystal Lake. The Frank Tryons, East Chain, Minn., were at Charles Ama's, west town, Sunday. Marie, Lillian, and George Peter- '••?'• some women rs Fletcher received gifts. was Johnson's was working 311 seriously and was taken to the •r hospital, where an J" 1 appendicitis was per" B is recovering. '''« Anna Meyer- John Gartner, who drove to Iowa City after him. Mrs. Newville for Postmistress- Mrs. Lucy Newville recently received notice.that she had been appointed postmistress here to sue ceed Mrs. A. M. Peterson. She is the wife of a' brother of Constabl< F. A. Newville, Algona, Slumber Party Is Given- Helen Beed entertained at i slumber party last week Tuesda night. Guests were Alice Gartner Loraine Peterson, .and Edithma Budlong. Another Ylctlm of Measles— Woodrow Peterson recently cam down with the measles. He work for John Bleich at the Diamond o station. Other TJtonha Ifews. Alice Sartor, who has been ^CHEVROLET/ ^ graiifof^tfilltioiial itew >Wr tHtf1&34 Chevrolet Ilint^fauY* >^ * • •** *• -. x fuIl-size cars~100 6 >; Chevrolet;tt^ and reliability ,on, Eagle Grove, spent Sunday at A. M. Peterson's. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Patton, of Des Moines, spent Sunday at the R. L. Srantz home. Mrs. A. J. Lonergan Dies in California Bancroft, June 5—Mrs. A. J. Lonergan died Sunday night at Oakland, Calif., and burial will be made here this week Thursday afternoon following services at Mrs. Lonergan's old home at Churdan, whence the body will be brought to Bancroft by motor hearse. Mrs. Lonergan is survived by her husband, who was reared at Bancroft, also by a daughter, Mary Ann, 6. Mr. Lonergan is claim auditor for the Equitable Life Insurance Co., and the family moved to California four years ago from Chicago. sick two weeks with heart trouble and is confined to bed. Other Lakota News. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Harry Hoe " entertained the Dorcas class at Mrs. Smith's Friday night. Mrs. Moe had charge of devotions, and Mrs. R. E. Worley gave the lesson on 1st Chronicles. Mrs. Bob Clemans, Titonka, was an out of town guest. Lunch was served to 12. George Mussman. of Ellsworth, Minn., and his sons Gage and Philip came Saturday to see his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mussman. The visitors left Sunday for GOOQ Thunder, where the boys will spend the summer with a sister of Mrs Mussman on a farm. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Faulkner have received word of the birth of a :— daughter to their son Lewis and bis wife at Libertyville, 111, The baby weighed 11% pounds and has been named Margaret after her paternal grandmother. Harry Warburton has joined the Rite-Way grocery system and had an opening Saturday at his store here he Ice cold fruit drinks and Excelsior. Saturday Dawsons R IGHT at the peak of Chevrolet popularity—with nationwide demand sending production to new all-time "highs"—Chevrolet dealers are displaying an additional group of four new models. These cars are identical in quality with all 1934 Chevrolets. And the prices have been set at such incredibly low figures that you can now buy a Chevrolet for $465" "A Chevrolet for $465! That's the world's lowest price for a six- cylioder car. And a figure that sounds even more impressive after you find out what it buys: A great big, full-size, long-wheelbase car. A cushion-balanced SIX of surprising smoothness, power, snap and dash. The most economical full-size car that money can buy. And every closed model has a Body by Fisher. Nobody interested in motor cars can afford to let another dav slip by, without seeing this "Chevrolet for $465** CHEVBOLET MOTOR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICH,' Minn spent last week and Sunday with Mrs. mother Mrs. C. R. Smith. Mr and Mrs. Hubert Hans. Rockford. Ill-, are visiting the former s paren "Mr. and Mr^ Peter Hans The Herbert Pattersons, of Swea City visited the former's mother, Mrs Sarah Patterson, Sunday. Mrs J. A. Bargar has been confined to bed two weeks with kidney tr °Mr b s e 'Hesseldahl, Fertile, Minn., is visiting at her son Eds. Vi$W yoiirr AND TIP List price of Standard 1 Six Sport Roadster at Flint, Mich., *465. With, I bumpers, spare tire aad hire lock, the list price Its $18.00 additional. ] Prices subject to I change without notice. 1 Compare Chevrolet' s I low delivered prices 1 and easy G. M. A, C. terms. A General Motors Value. Kohlhaas Bros., Distributors Service Motor Co* Bnrt Phone 200—Algona Auto -

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