Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 14, 1934
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KOSSUTH COTTNTV . IOWA PAGE and Logemann, Maynard White, rieo Gable, Tllmer KildTard Hagge. Vl Al 1 Is director.^ L q Luncheon Given— ftp M.S. held a 1 o'cock % the church Friday. guests were: Mrs. iffomack and Mrs. Stillman, I, «,. Rev. and Mrs. Hed- ttnftheRev.Mr.John- | Mrs. Moe, Lakota; and A Bishop, Algona. After cheon the following progiven: Mrs. V. A. Bar«ed a prelude, the Rev. Mr. fa sang In the Secret of His. b- Mrs. Bishop spoke on je' Mrs. Yahnke gave the e readings; Rev. Johnson nionals; Rev. Heddle gave .edlction. A special thank- t ot ?4 was taken. I Pinner at Algona— I Thursday night Mr. and ID Wenzell, Harriett Matz- b, C. Strand, H. D. Mayne, rack, D. A. Carpenter, and Jynn attended a good will •given by Mason City whole- tilers and jobbers in the ihool gymnasium. Following [they were entertained by ity Hinge quartet of Mason d W. B. Hall, of the Mason ibe-Gazette spoke. \ Teaclicr in Visit— [ McElroy, former mathe- lieacher and athletic coach Bailed the V. A. Barretts last The past three years Slroy has taught at Palan- II. He went to Iowa City |to attend the State univers- mer school, and expects to i master's degree this sum- igs Away Over Sunday- were no services at the i Reformed church Sunday |Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Depping ria went to Baxter to attend nus classes and also to Ho to the Sunday school |ion, i for Rent— md Mrs. Roy Kleuger, of ity, were here Friday look- la house to rent. He has a route to the local creamery. :nt there are no houses va- I (or rent. [at Algona Park— . Garrys, Jack McDon- fcaurence Flynn, and the olwell children had a pic- Itte Ambrose A. Call state f Algona Sunday. _ from Ledynrd— •Scaar and Glenn Beyse took T load of potatoes to south- i last week Tuesday. i in Family Reunion- Glenn Yahnkes attended a j family reunion at Wells, last week Wednesday. to leflvard News. •Ed McGuire, Cedar Rapids, | came Saturday to visit her •August Gelhaus. Mr. Gel- W Mrs. McGuire and 80n P» Gelhaus and Luetta, and « August Buschs Mrs. A. E. Laurltzen, '" and Henrietta O'- last week Wednes- City, where James had written the tests iu literature and tow 1 Sf ' o*' C ° Unty ' lg ° na ' Bureau meet - lt °^ town»* and . Aid a t ntertained the her nome f ° rks and SUppers Marvln and h e s the n ' Sl c °nven- ine German Reformed sat to ( ret "med tor hi8 of ay ' MaHyer ? and 1Ived ^turned after Miun., 8lster - Mrs. > a s yn !f f l r<luis attended held city L>eo7go £?„ *°rm er . s NlS'• « Feature Act For Fourth E DE CARDO TROUPE of.acrobatic barrel jumping has been booked for the Fourth celebration. The act consists of hair- raising jumping and somersaulting into and out of a series of bar rels, blindfolded and two or three high. REGENT BRIDE HONORED WITH BURT SHOWER Burt, Junc 12—Mrs. Elza Woltz and daughter Ella and Grace Godfredson entertained Friday afternoon at the W ; oltz home at a shower In honor of Mrs. Cecil Godfredson, formerly Florence Stow, who was married about a week before. Forty guests were present and the guest of honor received many nice presents. Among the guests were the bride's sister, Mrs. Clifford Parisfti!, and her sisters-inlaw, Mrs. Perry Stow and Mrs. Donald Stow, all of Newton. Attend E. S. District Meeting- Mrs. Ida Paino, worthy matron, Mrs. Delbert Vogel, and Lulu Hawcott went to Mason City Friday to attend the annual Eastern Star district group meeting which was held there Friday evening. Mrs. Vogel took the part of Martha in the initiatory work, and Lulu Hawcott acted as secretary in tho opening ceremony. Other members who attended were Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Klamp, .Mrs. P. L. Dremmel, Mrs. M. L. Vinaas, Mrs. Walter Sorenson, Mrs. F. W. Bacon. Family Gathering at Bartlett's— A family gathering was held at the Lloyd Bartlett home Sunday in honor of a visiting cousin, Mrs. Bess Allen, and son Bartlett, Galena, Kans. Other guests included the Lewis Bartlett and W. A. Ladendorff families and the M. E. Bartlett, Raymond Reid, and Ray Ladendorff families, Algona. Mrs. Allen will go from here to Flandreau, S. D., after spending a week or two at the Bartlett and Ladendorff homes. Doctor Temple Visits Here— Dr. R. D. Temple, Anaheim, Calif., spent several days here last week visiting old friends, and preached Sunday morning at the Presbyterian church. He left Sunday for Des Moines. Dr. Clapsaddle took him to Fort Dodge to take the bus. Doctor Temple was dentist here for a number of years before moving to California. Western Pastor Visits Here— The Rev. Geo. Pratt, Okanogan, Wash., visited from Monday until Tuesday with his cousin, F. L. Pratt, and his aunt, Mrs. Edwin Pratt. He was on his way home from Cleveland, Ohio, where he had attended the General Assembly of the Presbyterian church. Surprise for Mrs. Holding— ' A surprise family gathering was held at the Clifford Holding home Sunday in honor of Mrs. Holding's 23rd birthday. Those attending included the J. N., C. L., and Merwyn Holdings, the 6. C. Aliens, Ivan Longs, W. W. Boettchers, and the Elmer Kienitzes, Lakota. Children's Day is Observed— Children's day was observed at the Methodist church Sunday'morn- ing, and a program was given under direction of Maybelle Gray, primary superintendent. Nelda Volentine assisted her in drilling. Aid Guest Day Planned— The Aid has invited several of the neighborhood Aids to a Guest day program at the church on June 20. Bible School Next Week— A daily vacation Bible school will open at the Methodist church next Monday morning. Mall Carriers Meet Here— The Kossuth rural mail carriers will meet this week Tuesday evening at the G. C. Giddings home. Attend S. C. Guest Day— The Aid will go to Swea City Wednesday to attend the Guest day meeting of the Swea City Aid. Son for J. A. Schneiders— A son was born to Mr. aud Mrs. J. A. Schneider Friday. Other Burt Ifews. Mrs. Maude Hanna and son Charles visited from Wednesday to Friday at the Elmer Nelson home in Fort Dodge. Marguerite Nelson returned with them and visited here until Sunday, when her cousin, Charles Hanna, took her and Mary Jean McDonald back home. Charles went with his cousin, Malcolm Nelson to the Register carrier picnic at Des Moines Monday. The boys wore to be in charge of about 80 carriers. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hunt and three children, Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. Ben Evanson and daughter, Story City, carao Wednesday for a short visit at the home of Mrs. Hunt's and Mrs. Evanson's brother and sister, Myron Meinzer and Mrs. Clara Olson. The Hunts left Friday and Mrs. Evanson remained till Sunday, when her husband came and took her home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burckle, of Webster City, came Sunday and visited at the J. H. Graham home. They took home with them their daughter and Mrs. Burclde's mother, Mrs. Wickwire, who had been spending a couple of weeks at the Graham home. The 0. H. Grahame, Ponton, also spent Sunday at the Graham home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leason, Mrs. Laura Sewick and daughter Lura visited the Harry Sewick home at Ireton and the Elbert Sewick home at Rock Valley over the week-end. Bonnie, Harry's daughter, and Neva, Elbert's daughter, returned home with them for a visit with their grandmother and other relatives. George Gray and L. R. Daniels drove to Omaha last week Tuesday to meet Mrs. Gray's mother, whose home is at Brule, Neb. They returned Wednesday, stopping at Sioux City to bring home Willis Phelps, who has been attending Morningside college. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Koestler and Arnold Koestler, Tiptpn, spent Sunday at William koestler's. Helen Thompson, who is attending Coe college, came up with them and visited her parents. Her sis- etr Ruth returned with her for a week's visit. The R. J. Hammerstroms and Jimmy Smith went to Des Moines Sunday. Donald Hammerstrom and Jimmy went down to attend the Des Moines Register carrier's pic-, nic Monday. Jimmy will spend the week with his cousin, John Goodwin. Lorena and Myrtle Schwietert, who have positions in Des Moines, came Saturday to visit their parents, Mr .and Mrs. W. H. Schwietert. Lorena returned to Des Moines Sunday, but Myrtle remained for a two weeks' visit here, week-end at the home of their to Ames Saturday and spenf the Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Rubey drove daughter, Mrs. Quenton Carey. They attended the graduation of their son-in-law Monday morning. Mrs. Clifford Parish and two children, Mrs. Perry Stow, ivnd children, Mrs. Donald Stow, and Willard Stow came up from Newton Friday and visited until Sunday at tho J. P. Stow home. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson will leave this week Tuesday for Des Moines, where Mr. Thompson, is to attend Grand Lodge. They will also visit Mr. Thompson's sister at Grinnell. Tha Will Garmans, Wesley, visited Sunday at the W. D. Kearns borne. Mrs. Gannan and son remained for a week's visit with Mr. Kearns, Mrs. Carman's lather. Virginia Thaves, Rachel Clapsaddle, Marilda Pratt, Susan Moyer, Helen Schrader, Norma Bettin, and Margaret Morness had a picnic near Algona Sunday. G. J. F. Vogel left Monday on a business trip to Pine City, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stahl accompanied him to St. Paul,, where they are visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder, Chicago, arrived Monday for a visit at the Clara Shaw home. Miss Shaw plans to go to Chicago with them when they return. The Roy Olloms and the Clifford Johnstons have moved into rooms over the Swift office recently vacated by Mrs. Edna Nelson, who moved to Algona. The Rev. Kabelitz family, Fenton, and the P. W. Kollasch and Julius Baas families were Sunday evening visitors at the Rev. L. Richmann's. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings took Mrs. Matilda Ward to Whittemore Saturday, where she remained to visit her daughter, Mrs. Koppen. Zita Giddings, who had been spending several weeks with her sister, Mrs. Raymond Housour, in Algona, returned home Sunday. The Rev. C. B. Mitchell drove to Sioux City Saturday and brought home his son Arthur, who has been attending Morningside college. 0 A. Thoreson and sou and daughter, Ellsworh, spent several days last week at the home of his son, Jess Thoreson. The Will Larsens, Britt, visited Sunday evening at the C. L. Homing home. Janice Larsen remained for a longer visit. Shirley Ann Hansen had her tonsils removed Monday morning. Concert Season EDWARD LUNN, SWEA CITYAN, PASSES AT 27 Swea City, j unc 1 2 —Funeral services Cor Edward E. Lunn were licld last week Tuesday afternoon, in Fort Dodge, with the Ilcv. Carl Anderson, o£ the Church of God, officiating. Burial was made in Oakland cemetery at Fort Dodge. His death followed an attack of appendicitis at a Fort Dodge hospital Sunday. Edward was 27 years old, and lived in the Swea City vicinity the last 18 years help '»"• His brother Carl with the He is survived by his wife and a little son, Donald LcRoy, his mother, Mrs. Henry Wiley, of Fort Dodge, four brothers and two sisters. Those attending the funeral from here were Mrs. Wm. Blomster and children, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kockler, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Price, Mr and Mrs. Arthur Larson, and Frank Bauer. Lauritaen Meunion is Held— The Lauritzen reunion was held at A. F. Detz's Fairmont, Minn., Sunday. Present for the picnic dinner m Sylvinia park were Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Brocksus and daughter, of Waterloo; Lucille Thompson, of Manchester; Mrs. Wm. Powers, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Nels LauriUen and Ernest, Mr. and Mrs. Wendel Jensen and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gaarde, all of Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Anderson and Don and Gordon, of Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thomson, the F. J. Thomson family, Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Detz and son Gordon. To Work at Yellowstone— The Rev. and Mrs. McDowell drove to Mason City last week Tuesday to get their son Ronald, who completed a business course at Hamilton business college. He will spend the summer at Yellowstone park, working in the dining room at the Canyon camp. He left Friday by way of Aberdeen, S. D., whence will be accompanied by two other young men who will work at the same place this summer. Bund Director is Engaged— Earl Josten, of Estherville, has been hired for the summer to direct the school band. Concerts will be given each Thursday nigiht attj the park. Mr. Josten will be in Swea City two days each week, Thursdays and Fridays, for rehearsals and instruction, A new arrangement this year is that school band members will be given individual lessons without charge. Allen Poole is Graduated— Allen Poole was graduated from Coe college, Cedar Rapids, with a bachelor o fart degree. His mother, Mrs. Wm. Poole, attended the exercises, and they returned to Swea City last week Wednesday. Dorothy Christensen, who is also a student at Coe, came home with them, and will spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Christensen. Bible Schools Are Opened— Daily vacation Bible school opened Honday in the Methodist and Baptist churches. The Rev. Raymond McCrary, of Ayrshire, is in charge at the Baptist church, and the Rev. and Mrs. G. R. Mc- Dowell in charge at the Methodist church. Girl's Wrist is Sprained— Dorothy Arnold met with a painful accident Monday morning when she slipped in getting out of the car, and sprained her left wrist. she will have to carry her arm in splints for two weeks. Mrs. Hammond Has Operation- Mrs. Ed Hammond was operated on at Rochester, Minn., last week Wednesday afternoon. Relatives received word Friday that she was recovering. She is at the Colonial hospital. Other Swea City. Those from Swea City attending the 0. E. S. district group meeting at Mason City last week were: Mrs. T. F. Johnson, Mrs. Mae Rohlin, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Curlis, and Mrs. C. 0. Peterson, from Lakota. Students home from Iowa State college are Kathryn Bravender, Merlin Larson, and Burton Thomson. Burton Thomson returned Tuesday to take up work at the Y. M. C. A. camp at Boone for the summer. Walter McCrary was graduated from the state university this week with a bachelor of science degree in the school of commerce. Frances Dahl, Naomi Hewett, and Myrle Holcomb left this week for State Teachers college at Cedar Falls to attend summer school. Ole Seylor, Swea City, will go to the Masonic grand lodge this week at Des Moines. He is worshipful master of this lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Wilson, of Algona, spent last Wednesday with their daughter, Mrs. Leonard Peterson. Mrs. Gail Carter and daughter Joyce, Fairmont, are visiting at the Seylor and Carter homes this week. The Peter Stinstrum family, St. Paul, is visiting his mother and brother this week. LIEUT, MUMMA WINS TWO YEARS ABROAD Wesley, June 6—Interesting news comes regarding Lieut. Albert Mumma, husband of Carmen Braley, daughter of Druggist and Mrs. Harry Braley, Wesley. He led his engineering class in a post-graduate course completed last week at the Naval academy, Annapolis. Lieutenant Mumma was presented with a two-year engineering course at Paris, and will leave July 4 for southern France, where he will spend several months learning the language. His family will join him there, and all will go to Paris in the fall. Lieut. Mumma comes of a military family, Col. Morton C. Mumma, his father, Evanston, 111., having been head of the R. O. T. C. at the University of Iowa for several years, and his two brothers being respectively instructor and honor student at Annapolis, the younger being also battalion commander of the color company. In a Call theater news reel at Algona last week-end a Miss Mumma was shown reviewing the naval academy cadets. Burt The Queen Esther Circle is hav- ng a picnic at the river today. Mrs. C. E. Hammer is leader of the Circle. Dr. W. T. Peters returned Monday from Chicago, where he went Thursday to attend a reunion of his class. Mrs. Earl Reed and children, and Mrs. Reed's sister Nellie Ward, visited a brother at Corwith Sunday. Ruby Walter, Fairmont, came ast week Monday and is visiting her cousins, Lyla and Leta Olson. Mrs. Jas. Christiansen is entertaining the Fortnightly club this veek Tuesday. The Jesse Thoresons and C. E. rlammers were at Lost Island lake Sunday afternoon. The G. J. F. Vogels recently installed a new Westinghouse elec- ALWAYS DEMAND QUALITY MEAT DEPARTMENT Hamburger all meat) Ib. lOc Minced Ham, Ib 19c Home-made Bologna, Ib. _15c Decker's Tomato Loaf, Ib. 20c Decker's Beef Ribs, Ib. _.10c Decker's Pork Cutlets, 2 Ibs. — 29c Decker's Pork Steak, 2 Ibs. 25c FRUIT DEPARTMENT New Potatoes, fancy, 10 Ibs. 29c Fresh Ripe Tomatoes, 3 Ibs. 29c Santa Rosa large Red Plums, basket 64c Lemons, large, fancy, dozen 85c Oranges, large, dozen —89c Oranges, medium size, dozen 83c Beet Sugar—10 Ibs. 49c Beet Sugar, 100 Ibs. —$4.73 Cane Sugar—100 Ibs. —$4.94 Brooms, extra good 49c Milk, tall cans, 4 for —29c Liby's Red Salmon, tall can 24c Magic Washer, Irg. pkg. _23c Pineapple, large 2% can 23c Red Pitted Cherries, Irg. No. 10 can 48o Peaches, large No. 10 can 41c Ivory Flakes, large pkg. _25c Coffee, Ib., good 21c Soap, 10 bars Big 4 25c Oxydol, giant pkg. 49c Folger's Coffee, Ib. can _35c Block Salt, each - 5Qc Banner Oats, large pkg—loc Long's Food Shop SIR. FARMER—Bring us your eggs—cash or trade . Free Delivery. Phones 214-215. trie refrigerator. Joseph Spradling, Sparta, Wis., is here visiting his sister, Mrs. H. W. Trainer, J. P. Trunkhill and daughter Iva were Des Moines visitors Thursday. The D. L. McDonalds and K. J. Smiths were at Mankato Sunday. Ledyard The Alfred Welfares, of Morris, Minn., visited relatives here last week Monday and Tuesday. Leon Worden and Asa Warner were doing carpenter work near Lu Verne last week. Anna Logemann, Minneapolis, spent the week-end at the parental Fred Logemann's. Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen's nephew, Larry Poole, Renwick, visited here last week. Jessie Van Dorston, Algona, Is visiting Marjorie Matzener this week. Mrs. Wm. Flynn and Mrs. Cecil Patterson were in Blue Earth Friday. The V. A. Barrets spent Sunday with the C. A. Raneys, Livermore. The Wm. Garrys were at Blue Earth last week Tuesday. The Ed T. Halvorsons spent Friday at Mankato. Catches Big Fish. _ Fishing at Lake Winnebigoshish in northern Minnesota week before last, Tom Young caught a 29-lb muskellunge, according to the Titonka Topic. Building—Repairing —Remodeling Can Be Done tfow at Tremendous Sayings '"T; Nothing detracts more from the value of well constructed homes than a general shabbiness and need of paint. Only a few of these things, which can be done now at less expense than in years, will greatly increase the loan value and saleability of your'property . . . Perhaps a new roof is needed, a sun porch oif breakfast nook, any of a hundred small additions, -will greatly enhance the value of an old house ... No matter how much or how little work may be required —take advantage of low building costs—increase the value of your property, and put men to work by having a job done NOW! We have DBVOE PAINTS for every purpose. ' ~l Botsford Lumber Co. JIM POOL, Mgr. PHONE 256 Mimeographing Advance Publishing Co. 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