Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1934 · Page 3
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g" X*"N 1 =""Sg!*-»^^^LL^±^ AL.GONA, IOWA Bghth Graders jjearFenton Graduated at Big Picnic - - - -- gradua- 0 w •nr Palo AHo county lseS l/hiKh school audl- attb t!5 last Tuesday diplomas nce township — HutU Welsbrod, Alma Tow, Thompson, rt Saxton, Mar- !ler '«iinPrlebe, Helen r v '" menus Twenty Years Ago Two columns on the front pagd wore were taken up with a list of committeemen and county conventions delegates of iboth parties. Auditor B. E. Norton compiled the lists. Strange was the election of Danker J. J. Cosgrove, Titonka, as. delegate to both conventions. • * • * More than $150 in cash prizes were to be offered a isports day program at the fair grounds. • * * * A young man named White had been drowned in a stream near Bancroft. His brother was on the Bhore when it happened. He was thought to >be a good swimmer, tout was apparently with cramps. The irieD« "—_j ifnnkin •""•" *"" • - "- — jacobson, at" 1 .- B ' aB « lt body had not keen recovered when "rfleld *?wMJj^-^ tihe papei Merle Ha Fude i. Agnes Sam- of pub- the ad- gradiiatTon exercises lM tion with a Farm _ l:v~- •picnic, '" fourth drowning in the county in that year of heavy rains and high waters. The Advance had received an obituary notice from Minot, N. D., concerning Mrs. W. W Brown, eld- ' ""of Timothy Fox, near Burt. The .. j.j TUB ursi grauuiaiun'g ci'ass or Ai nnn normal students in the Algona at Algona tVeUghsctaolbulld- . the state park shelter iFenton won third in -the IIry contest and received aph record. They also 1S prize of a fruit jar, for iterfect attendance at 10 [Clara Oramenz was named to the convention at ii Marie Miller as alter- ose from Fenton who at- lir e: Viola Mueller, June j, Virginia Frank, Marie tona Borchardt, Lorena, (l ,a, Ruth, and Alvena Drey- feGramenz, Marjorie Bailey, Jean Bailey, and the club Sirs W. J. Weisbrod, Guests ntoa were Mrs. Elmer [ Ruth and Isabelle pi Changes Made— lOtlerness has issued a no- a number of text books anged next year in the jl and grades. New books sed in algebra 1, geometry, -olal law, English 9, and 110; new geographies in the I Sth grades, the 7th and 8th use the books the Sth i last year; new hygiene . the Sth and 6th grades; _ history books for the 7th [grades. It is a policy of )1 to make gradual chang- it hooks are bought up to . not too many changes are | one year, thus minimizing possible the cost of new school numbered 13. Abbio Anderson, Marie Herman, 'Bertha Spear, Mary Fraser, Glen Jenkinson, Lois Miller, Ethel iBailcy, Lela Longley, Mae Johnson, Cora Ferguson, Marta Osterbauer, Veda i Clab Closes Tear— Bton Woman's club held •meeting for the year a( jWeisbrod's a week ago , with all members pres- |ll call was answered with MB for next year's pro rs. 0. H. Graham review- Mk, Glorious Adventures Jburton, A covered dish concluded the after itertainment. Mrs. Clar- lisbrod, of Ringsted, was a |CLr!stensens Honored— d Mrs. W. V. Yager attend warming in honor of Mr !• Harvey Christensen 5_at Ringsted Thursday i Christenaens were i 6 at Nashua. Mrs ' Is a daughter of Mr i Ralph Campbell, of Sen- (the Farm Bureau sendee Icouple is living in apart- I Wilbur Ream's. Browns- Donovan Brown, o] of taken youths down! were IDS, , M welfin Wllu ^ lt " u v°- A1IC JUUUIB were Tiene Mitchell, Heien from p - ne BluffSi Wyoiningi Tne on and *"' 'ad not keen recover paper wa? printed> rt wag * * . ,first graduating class of lislhed two years ago before. They with a license to one year and would Mien get a certificate for life .. B- B. Con- nhaiiiei-s, and u u .had attended a <lruffrist-i convention at Burlinjjton In i running raco for women Mr, Haggard and Mr , s . Millcr «£ ed and Mrs. Miller won the race ' . V°ff gar(1 . Ulcn cnterc<1 :i con at ; bh rowing a ball and wo ifth prize. Mr. Miller won secon For M-- y wentto Foit Madison, where they went through the state prison They ' to Keokuk. The power power WQ 6 rUl WaS WlCn UlU largcst ' The Eastern Stars were to have/ * Picnic at Clear Lake where the Qunmbys had a cottage. * * * * G. 13. Van Dorston had bought a 'large motor truck, which was to be remembered in Algona years. many * * * * Evelyn Cady had returned from Chicago, where she had taken treatment for rhumatism * * * * Ninety graduates of the A. H S •attended an alumni banquet. • * • * . • , \ "^"t wa.s one of the SI* * .^».i ^VIL-UI-LUWH, uusiues nigh school contestants in a track tivcs > attending the funeral TUPPr nr f 1 Vi i» n m n — _ i . _ VT U ,~ r\n ri. _ _ _ ---0 , —----- , . ~™ ...£,.1 .-H.IIUUI contestants in a track ll »es, attend ins the funeral i> Neuman, and Eva Peterson. Tha meet at Chicago and won second Mrs. Oliver Stow and Mrs V normal course had been estab- place. A silver m.n !,„ ,„„„ ,...„.":: wi,ni™ n,,n *_V;." _.. „ INFECTION IN THROAT FATAL FOR FARM WIFE Lnno Rock, Juno 20— Mrs. Doll Marlow, 35, died at her home a mile north of Lone Rock last week luesday morning following a short illness with poliomcyelitis, or partial paralysis, caused by an infection of the throat. Funeral services were held last Ihursday afternoon at the local church, the Rev. S. M. Gladstone m charge, and burial was made in the Curt cemetery. Mrs. Mat-low's maiden name was Lillian Ida Kortum, and she was horn in 3808, one of four children of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kortum, of Whittemore. She was graduated from the Whittemore high school m 1918. Prom childhood she was a member of the Methodist church. In 1919 Mr. and Mrs. Marlow were married, and Mr. Marlow and seven children survive: Shirley Mae, Bettie Jane, Wilma Jeanne, Robert Dell, Doris Irene, Joyce La Vonne, and James Edward. Mrs. Marlow's father is dead, but her mother and sister Florence live at Whittemore and another sister, Mrs. R. S. Thompson, at Scranton. A brother, Elmer Kortum, lives at Chicago. From out-of-town, besides rela- were L. and Imogene Roderick drove to Des Moines Saturday, Imogene to visit her sister Berneyce, student nurse at the Iowa Methodist hospital, Mrs. Christenson to visit her (laughter Marieta, Mr. Christenson to attend a national Polled Hereford meeting. Mrs. Max Reick, son Edwin, and Earl Karing, all of Kempton, 111,, arrived for a visit at Oscar Earing's last week Tuesday, Clinton Guest accompanied them and went to Bancroft. Dale Earing and Edwin spent Saturday and Sunday at Thomas Guest's, Bancroft. Jack Quinn, sons Willard and Kyrwood, Madeline Lattlmer, Bancroft, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Burns, Emmetsburg, spent Sunday at Rockwell City, visiting Mr. Quinn's brother, Father Robert Quinn, and the boys and Madeline remained for a further visit. Mrs. Willima Seipman, Algona, nd two children were Sunday uests of the Melvin Hawks family, he Emil Krafts and the Otto orchardts, Fenton, spent Sunday the Otto Laabs and R. G. Bor- hardt homes at East Chain, Minn. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Helmke, of eau, Tex., and Mrs. Claus Helmke, enwick, were Monday guests at he Otis Sanders home, and Sunday uests there were Jack Bailey, of lexander, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs laus Helmke, Seneca. Mrs. Eugene Hofius and her two aughters accompanied the for- ler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H J aeon, Algona, and the Bacon Center Etta, Algona, to Amboy, Jesse Verdun Remembrs Defenders in War Whittemore, June 20 — Lucian Meurer has word that Verdun, France, is awarding citations and medals to members of the American division which fought in the Argonne between September 26 and October 19, 1918. Every man who fought is eligible, and Kossuth elig- Ibles are Henry Neuman, Algona; John Hartman, Rodman; and Lucian Meurer and Herman Richart, Whittemore. , . '. e" «..ii »TVJU rtuuuiiu ..... " ~"»^» *JLU>V u.iiu ivirs. . . dUnf ' ? ™ r , ? Up lle won ' was on Whalen - Dolliver, and James Sells, ulsnla.v n.t- Wo*tiin,.'r, TP««*- TI~,I __ ___ , _ . ^v,*^, display at Wehler's. Fort Dodge, and son Lyle. SERVICE HELD JUNE 12 FOR SWEAJCITYAN 'Swea 'City, June 20—Mrs. Ohas. A. Peterson was buried here last week Tuesday, following funeral services at the local Baptist church conducted "by the Rev. G. iR. Stemon®, pastor. Burial took place in the Harrison cemetery beside the grave of tier 'husband, who died in December, 1926. Mrs. Peterson died 'last week Sunday morning at the (home of •her son Walter, east of Swea City. She was sick only five days. Born in Sweden January 9, 1681, Mrs. Peterson was past 73 at death. When she was 20 she came to Galesburg, 111., where she met Mr. Peterson. They were married there and came to Iowa. In 1894 they moved to their (home farm other children survive: William, on the home farm; Walter, Swea township; and Mrs. Rudolph- Nelson, Ramsey township. There are 17 grandchildren. M. E. Aid Has Guest Bay— The Methodist Aid's annual S. D. Cactus Grows Picnic for S. S. Classes- Last week Monday Mrs. A. A. . ,,, . . Krueger, her sister, Beulah Gladin IVOSSUth 8 Soil stone ' and Mr> and Mrs - Will Chris* tenson gave a picnic for Mrs. Krue"" ' ind Mr. " flat-leaved and the something rare here. has the Mae Blanchard, Vuanita Wegener, round-leaved, Ruth Whitehill, Marian and Doro- Hofius, Wil- The flat- cactus and it : Me er also has a rose bush which at- _ . tracts attention. The bush now has Gladstone Visits in Missouri- more than 400 flowers with more '"' ~ --than 100 buds yet to bloom. closed a three weeks Bible school It was an ideal picnic day and a splendid time was had. Ten to E. L. Convention— The annual district convention of Epworth League was held Tuesday at Corwith. Delegates from Swea City are Bernice Smith and Grace McDowell, and a group of ten planned to go. Attend Funeral at Maynard— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miehe were called to Maynard by the death of a brother's wife. Mr. and Mrs Walter Miehe, of Iowa Lake, accompanied them. Son for the Cecil Griffiths— A son was born to Mr .and Mrs. J.IIIB meiuouiM AIU s annual . •'"•• ,"';° uum LU nvir .anu Mrs. guest day was observed last week Cecl ' Griffiths, Swea City last Wednesday June 13 at .the church, week Wednesday. Mrs. Griffith land Aids at Thompson, Buffalo p nd ™ e haby are at the Kossuth Center, Titonka, Lakota, Burt, Ledyard, Armstrong, Grant, ami Eagle 'townships, other churches ihere were represented. The „ program was prepared by Mrs. J. „.„.._ „„. f ., , H. Warner, and each group gave f al ' S ' t , SI)e £ t , t , he w ! ek ' end at a number. There were 250 women wlth the Dahls and Hewetts. . registered, and lunch was served jj oy f or j oe al in the dining room of the Metih ay odist church. The Rev. A. G. Hed ^fJL° d -l- e » Conner pastor 'here, Thompson, his wife, 'ai._ Supt. and Mrs. Muhleman, Algona were here, also the Rev. Mr. Clifton, Methodist .pastor at Armstrong, and his wife. who are attending school at Cedar Falls, spent the week-end at home Boj-n to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pres• e "; ton Friday a 10 now of a faujjjv o{ si .. I TV* 4. Ltlllllly Ul SIX. DlSt. Two Sets of Twins Born- Twin girls were 'born to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mino, of Grant town- r va w stiip, last week Tuesday. The ba- Shter, bo"ra"Mondav"Th?H bies we te ned 7% pounds each, and . st child. Mrs Brown {« they toave ' been named Marybelle 1W Vigian Glaus Mrs Jean an ^ Marilyn Jane. Mrs. Mario "laus is caring for 'rnnthnr JacoDS is caring for them and the to first grandchild mother. Twins, a boy and a girl, -. . V»11*U, -urrtv/i Q 1 D/V Urtwn +'Vi a »a r»i£i A O ir +(% at Cedar Falls— - --«»* A'ttllH—— **" * "•**« AH.1O. Sorchardt and Eldora Ea Sle township wAra A*»«.— 90Q t j A -^ rural teach- Visiting Chicago Relatives— 1. . __ lUTfva f^ln Oi-iirlnn nvirl rlnilr >ft State Teachers ... -- Miss V he Potratz "" tfaii. srs college > , Borchardt Mrs< Arl ° Carter and Mary left last o n i. nn i _* week "WpdnAsrtnv fnr Oiip.nero. school at W, Mary j an e E lg- , '* h h ave been in ce , 1 -. ere guests near re- Lfe'ayto "ffSr 14 ?,— a longer rge of cases. were also born the same day .. Mr. and Mrs. Max Rockwell, of Mrs> Ole Seylor and daughters, week Wednesday for Chicago, where they are visiting Winnie Seylor, who is a trained nurse there, and a son John, who manages a drug store. Mrs. Arlo Carter and daughter Joyce will spend the time with Mr. Carter, who works on the,railroad out of Chicago. Grain Men in Get-Together— F. J. Thomson was at Algona last Thursday to attend <a grain grading school for elevator man- agrs sponsored by county agents and grain men in cooperation with the U. S. department of agriculture and Iowa State college. There* were all-day sessions, dinner be- 'ing served to 80 men by the Auxiliary women at the Algona Legion hall. W. C. T. U. Meeting Postponed— The W. C. T. U. meeting was postponed from Tuesday till Thursday of this week because of the Baptist Sunday school picnic. Hostesses this month: Mrs. Jennie McCrary; leader, Mrs. Wm. McAninch, assisted by Doctor Lundquist, of Swea City. New Cafe is Opened— Harold Ditsworbh opened a new cafe last week Wednesday night. Ttoe interior of the building was! newly decorated 'beforehand in greea and black and makes an attractive place. The business is conducted Tinder the name Dit's Cafe, New Teacher Employed— 'Helon P. Munson, Buffalo Center, (has been toired to teach home economics and the seventh grade here next year. She will succeed Mrs. Donald Dourte, who before her recent marriage waa Ruth Kiosetih. Lutheran S. S. Picnic Held— —r- The Lutheran Sunday school held Dr. its annual picnic Friday at J. . Bahr 8 , at East Chain park. This hospital, Algona. Home for Visits- Francis Dahl and Naomi Hewett, i-lb. son. This makes girls and two boys. Other Swea City. Harry Peterson, history teacher lin the Washington 'high -sojiool, Cedar Rapids, is spending this' week with his parents, Mr .and Mrs. Magnus Peterson but will leave soon for Ann Arbor, Mich., to continue study for a master's degree. Mrs. 'Samuel Rystad and her children, came from Monday to join Mr they are living in their new drygoods s_tore. Mrs. Kenneth ~' Linn Grove Rystad, and rooms over and Clear Lake. Mrs. Faye HeaMier Skaw, Bel mond. and her son Kenneth are visiting relatives- here son Burt Boy in Accident. Burt, June 20—Gary, small — of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Schenck, fell from his tricycle Saturday and broke a collar bone. DO YOU LOOK FOR REAL VAL- ues? Then look to Gambles genuine $3.00 Alemite grease gun $1.29—valve cores, 4 for 9c. v " .—, . can still buy soap at our low price. . ^.,, ,, »\>in;i ( OUH rerald, and Mr. Wiener's sister, rtrs. August Baum, Huron, S. D vho was visiting the Wieners rove to Sioux City Sunday to visit Wrs. Wiener's sister, Mrs. Martha •ornelia. Mrs. Lillian Worthington and er Hugo got home from Chicago nday, and Ibadel Jackson, former Lone Rocker, now of Winthrop, ac- ompanied them here for a short isit, going home MonJay. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig at- inded a state blacksmith's conven- lon at Fort Dodge Friday and Sat- and Verneil and The Rev. S. M. Gladstone left Sunday for Fonda, where he had charge of evening services Monday for the Rev. McMican, pastor there, and Mr. McMican then accompanied him to Red Oak to attend a Presbyterian Synod. Mr. Gladstone went on Thursday to Parnell and Grant City, Mo., to visit the Ellis Lyles, the Jay Barkers, Mr. and Mrs. Faye Warden, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Goff, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gladstone. Blancliard on Federal Jury- Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and the son Gordon drove to Fort Dodge last week Monday, Mr. Blanchard to serve on a federal jury, Mrs. Blanchard to visit at Otto Schultz's. Hil>le School in Session— A Bible school opened at the local church Monday, 25 attending. Dorothy Dacken and Margaret Gladstone are instructors. Sharp to leave Lone Rock— G. A. Sharp has bought a pool hall at Dayton and expects to move there July 1. Other Lone Rock. The Rev. S. M. Gladstone drove to Scranton Saturday, and his daughter Margaret, Dorothy Dacken, Lillian Angus, and Mrs. Myrle Milligan, who had attended a Bible school there, returned with him Helen Clarke, of Harris, accompanied them here, she and Lillian having charge of the Bible schoo" at the county farm near Algona. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Christenson Reduced Rates on ALL LOANS You can now secure a loan < Thomson .and J3 ° 0 - 00 or less at our new low Td In oiS? ™o« new p lan win mean a sub ana Cleai gtantial saving to you- The Federal offers you the mos complete loan _service in the State. Various loaning plans. Reduced payments. As long as 20 months to repay. WHY PAY MORE THAN OUR NEW LOW RATES? If you need money for any pur posa See H. N. Kruse You phone 125 Algona Representing Floating soap, 10 bars 19c. 35-40 Federal Finance Co. Des Moines Save the Property You Already Have Whv is it that some buildings are almost as good as new after 50 years of service, while others are practically worthless at the end of 15 years? It's merely a matter of proper attention to upkeep. It's far more economical to save the property you already have by keeping it in good repair. Use Devoe Paints for Best Eesults. Botsfcml Lumber Co. JIM POOL, Mgr. ^one 356 Tuesday at M. E. Blanchard's, Irvington. Maxine and Mary Ann Flaig spent the week-end at their grandmother Mrs. Caroline Ackarman's, Burt. . Mr. and Mrs. Ben Guenther, Estherville, former Lone Rockers, called on friends here Sunday even- , for the week-end at tohenstein's. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wiener, son ing. John Skaret, who had visited the Arthur Priebes, returned to his home in Starbuck, Minn., Monday. Howard Blanchard, Irvington, spent Saturday here and was a supper guest at Alex Krueger's. H. E, Micka went to Chicago Saturday evening to attend a major league ball game Sunday. Frederick Schultz has purchased Chevrolet coupe, and J. M. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Christenson were Sunday callers at J. M. Jensen's, Ringsted. Supervisor Morris drove to Des Moines last week Wednesday on official business. Gladys Stebritz spent last week at Bancroft with her mother, Mrs. Jessie Stebritz. Alex Krueger attended a grain grading school at Algona last Thursday. >r a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shick made business trip to Des Moines last •eek Wednesday. They will soon ccupy rooms over the Frederick chultz store. James De Spani, Marengo, spent ast Thursday evening and Friday t J. M. Blancard's. Ruby Wolters, airmont, spent last week at Harrv flahn's. Henry and Mary Kniss, Lanard, 11., arrived Sunday for an extend- a visit at Conrad Rahn's. They re brother and sister of Mrs Rahn. Mrs. Edward Blanchard, Irving- on, and two sons spent last week n uesday night and Wednesday at iaurence Newbrough's. Mrs. Fred Genrich and her aughter Lucille spent Monday and BENEFIT DANCE VETERANS FOREIGN WARS FAIRGROUNDS Tonight Thursday, June 21 BEST MUSIC Ticket (all evening), 25c. NORGE STARTS SAVING THE DAY YOU BUY IT WHY JPUT OFF THAT DAY Norge gives you lower cost refrig^ <l eratioo. And, because it is better refrigeration, it enables you to save on food costs 2a many ways. 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