Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 5, 1934 · Page 5
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Sesfrom out o£ town here funeral were: Mr. and m Worden, son, Mrs. Lote welfare, all of Ledyard; Nemmers, Bancroft; Mrs. ioce Ackerman, Mrs. Kate b Gladys and Katherme Ste• Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Bierstedt, iMelvin Hawks, all of Lonel I- Mrs. Fred Dans, Aum- Mr, and Mrs. Louis Weg- [llrs. Sigsbee, daughter Ku<tlh, a; Charles, John, and Edith andd Eunice Spaulding, Bar- Wis.; Mrs. Robert Bender Freedom, Was., dauglhter Lee; Mrs. George Thomas |J[rs. Stephen Hintz, Everly iday Tea Program Given— a birthday tea at the Metiho- Ichurch last week Wednesday moon Virginia Frank, at tih'e b, and Shirley Prank and Ar- fviolins, played, a solo The! ;ged Cross was sung by Adams, accompanied 'by i McAdams. Book reviews |read on works by Ralpih Wal- K>n, Henry W. Grady, and! t Whitman. Supper was served ffesdames Samuel Warner, T. li, Clyde Humphrey, Wil- jHulldorff, F. C. Klusa, Elmer Walter Widdel, and El- Irvinglnn, July :!— Mr. and Mrs. IX I'. Smith, Algona, and Mrs. Smith's aunt, Mrs. Josephine Skiff, j Kill Ion, Nov., were callers at M. L. Honey's last, week Tuesday evening. , The Smiths took Mrs. Skiff to Iowa : Kails Wednesday, and thence she went to Wisconsin to look after a • farm she owns. Mrs. Skiff is a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Kinscy Carlon, and she was reared on the farm where Mrs. V. J. Schichtl now resides. She was a school pupil of Mrs. J. B. Robison here. She and her sister Emily (Mrs. Dodge), both being widows, live together at Fallon. Mrs. Skiff brought information about the late Alice Mann, Long Beach, Calif., former Irvingtonian, who died within | the last year. Mrs. Skiff said Alice visited at her home some time be- ore death, and was then bothered vith a growth on her neck. Shortly Rodeo Event for July 19-22 ST. BENEDICT LOCALS ifter her return to Long Beach, | parents of a 7%-lb. girl, born last he went through a clinic, and the!week Wednesday at the Kossuth growth was found to be cancer. She '.hospital. She has been baptized Pat- lied shortly afterward, and her' body was cremated. The ashes have ince been brought to the Irvington are buried in the 1 Beimers is Bride— here were surprised to (of the wedding of Freda Rei, daughter of Mrs. Kate Menz, "iy, son of Mrs. Hattie Weis, hich took place at Lake- l,llinn., June 14. E. J. Moe iMrs, Hansen were witnesses. Inewlyweda are graduates of |Peaton Hugh school, and the for a time clerked for the i Mercantile Co. The bride- pis in partnership wiflh his ier Lester i n a farm imple- t shop here. mer Celebration Talked— I? Legion post held a special '" Monday night to discuss) n day celebration. Tlttey existing conditions did | u «1fy u, and most of thel "less men feel the same way. BANGROFTERS WIN BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP Bancroft, July 3—Tlhe Bancroft Legion .ball team won the county champioship Friday, when, it defeated the Burt Legion team at Burt, 13-1. Bancroft thus won till el Uhird consecutive game from Burt, land in the three games Burt got only one score and only ten hits off Moulton. Devine led the Bancroft hitters Friday with three bits and a walk in five •times up. in tih'e fit si game Bancroft won 3-0, and in the second game Ban- roft won 7-0. Vo Fishing Parties. Home— Leo (Bernhard and George Merrill returned Saturday from ten' days of fislhing at Park Rapids, flinn. Father Sohultes, N. J. Merrill, the Jos. Helinskys, Mr. and Mrs. William Korrect, Howard Jollig and Leo Engessor returned Friday from .Moose 'Lake, northern Minnesota, where they fished ;wo weeks. Jdhm Merrill and Wal- ,er WiWiams departed last Sunday .evening for northern Minnesota for a week's fishing trip. ttany to Creamery Meet— Among persons from here who attended a State Brand Creamery meeting at Mason City last Thursday were A. B. 'Lappe, Erward Oroessler, F. N. Tlheis, the R;iy Millers, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Louis and John Heuritz, Los Angeles, at dinner. Gets Job at Des ai P. A. Lonergan 'took his sow Francis j. -to Des Moines Friday. Francis, v,Hw now lhaa a position, in a drug store there, was graduated from the Des Moines School of Pharmacy this spring. New Son for Lensings— Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Lensing (have a son, born Friday, named Vernon -Henry. They now have two .sons and a daughter. Mrs. Charles* 'Stauber is caring; for mother and babe. Niece of Mrs. Bergman Dies— The A. J. Bergmans attended uhe funeral of Mrs. Bergman's! niece, Mrs. Ernest Wortman, at Lakota Saturday. I fireman are talking of one. lAnnounccd for Sunday— ** week Friday evenin K at 8 ' Whittemore Lutheran school /toville Walter League will » fay, • The .Path .Across n "l, with the following young in the cast: Walter Weg- i,"' lber t Han-tleman, William TOkon E f me < !r - 1Gr . einert i. Ger- I "wrapt, Sidonia Bierstedt l nn T^_ Caroli »a. Hantleman Alice Hantle- parenta lor t week Wednes- intl™ ' ast day of a 4-H state L *°na, Ella Other Bancroft News. The Harry Ottos and Mr. and Mrs. Miles Otto, Adams, Minn., spent Saturday and Sunday at Clarence Priebc's and Fred Habe- gar's. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Priebe, ga-'s. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Priebe, Lone Rock, also visited the Clor- enre Priebes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Merrill and their daughters Loretta and Viola drove to Manning Sunday to visit Uhe daughter Mary Merrill, R. N. wlho underwent an operation for appendicitis last Thursday morning. 3oche, Andrew Stork, iEdward Fangman, Mesdher, Anton Beryl Priebe, William Goche, Mr .and Mrs. Clarence Priebe, Mrs. Heury Theis, Mrsi. C. P. Hanson, daughter Margaret, Rosemary and Sylvia Nurre, and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mousel. Illinois Family Visits Here— Mr. and Mrs. William Saunders, Mendota, 111., and their two children are spending tftiis week with Mrs. Saunders' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank 'Schemmel. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Qchemmel entertained Mr. p and Mrs. P. A. Lpnergan, the E, J. 'Sdhemmels, Emil Sclienvmel and his children, the William Saunders family, Mrs. Nell Van Allen, Algona, ttier daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer are cemetery and 'lann lot. Dr. J. A. Devine attended medical meeting at Arnolds Park last Thursday. Mrs. Devine, two daughters, and Eileen Murray accompanied him, and spenit the day at the lake. The JcJ.hn Williams family and Mrs. Mary Seger spent Saturday and Sunday at Mallard witlh the Jacob Grcithens. Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Grethen are daughters of Mrs. Seger. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ruatimier, two children, and Esther Schiltz spent Saturday and Sunday at Sioux City with two sisters of t ! b« women who are nuns. The Baptist Mission Circle meets 'thus week Friday afternoon in tfiie church basement, and Mrs. Frank Ditsworth and Mrs. H. W. Braddock will serve. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller, Burbank, Calif., and Mrs. Katherine Hum, Algona, were dinner guests Saturday evening at the Wilbur Fox 'home. Melvin Ditsworth lhas purchased the Armour produce station from Carlyle Johnson. id Plans "Market Rasket"— The Aid met last Thursday at the annex. A market basket plan is to >e tried out in the society, beginn- ng next Aid day on July 12. A nceting will be held at the annex, as usual, and each member will )ring baked food, canned fruit, etc., 'or the market basket. The contri- >utions will he sold to anyone car- 'ng to buy. A want ad notebook A-ill be attached to the basket, in A'hich people may list wants, and nembers of the Aid will endeaver to supply whatever is wanted. The proceeds will go to a special treasury, but will later be turned into the Aid fund. Hostesses last Thursday were Mesdames V. J. Schichtl and M. L. Roney. R. N. A. Benefit Bridge- Mrs. George Scuffham entertained at a benefit bridge party for the Royal Neighbors last week Wednesday afternoon. Bridge was played at seven tables, Mrs. Carl Hutchins winning firs',, Mrs. Herman Plathe low, and Mrs. Myra Ostrum, the travel prize. Mrs. Lawrence Gillespie and Mrs. John Bockes were assisting hostesses. Neighborhood guests were Mrs. David King, Mrs. Knudsen, and Mrs. William Ludwig. The proceeds amounted to JG.25. Electric Company Meets Tuesday— The annual business meeting of the Irvington light and power company was held last week Tuesday evening. The officers, Barney Frankl, president, and Fred Geigel, secretary-treasurer, were reelected, also all directors. There are now 36 patrons, and it was voted to rent shares in the future to non- stockholders. The report showed the company to be in good financial condition. Two Boys to OCC Camp- James, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudson, and Ray, second son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wickwire, left Algona for Forest City Monday, and from Forest City were to be transfered to a C. C. C. camp. They were not sure of their destination, but were hoping to be sent to Decorah, where three other Irvington boys, Dick Watson and Joe and Bert Ramus are located. icia Ann. Vivian Stephenson, Chicago, and Clarence Arndorfer were iponsors. Frank Grandgenett was fishing iast week in northern Minnesota, and during his absence Albert Simons had charge of the pool hall. Mr. and Mrs. August Fehr left by auto last Thursday for Freeport, 111., Chicago, and Melvin, 111., to visit Mrs. Fehr's sister, Mrs. George Benz. They were to be gone ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Eisenbarth gave a lawn party last week Wednesday evening. Games were played, and late in the evening lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. John Diehl, Mount Angel, Ore., stopped here Friday for calls on old friends. They were dinner guests at Emil F. Arndorfer's. The Diehls formerly farmed near Algona. Mrs. Everett Steussy, Mason City, and her children have been spending a few days with the former's mother, Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer and Mrs. Steussy's sister, Mrs. Jos. Doran. Edw. Rosenmeyer of Canada has been visiting here. Ray Arndorfer and his sister Sister Mary Elizabeth, Matilda Arndorfer, and Sister Mary DeSales all of Milwaukee, arrived by auto Friday to visit relatives. The Sisters and Matilda were to be here Peoria, 111., and Mrs. Ella Potter, Sioux City, who had been visiting in Peoria, arrived Sunday for several days with relatives. Carl is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Haynes, Hobarton, and a cousin of C. L. Miller here. Donald Frankl and Stanley Gal- FOUR CORNERS NEWS lant left this week Tuesday for Hill City, Minn., where they are spending the 1 week fishing. The Daniel Potters left Friday for home at Minot, N. D., after a ten day visit with relatives. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on Leprosy, the text being taken from II Kings 5:1. a week. Ray went home Monday. The Anton Eisenbarths and Jos. Craus, Morgan, Minn., came Saturday to spend the week-end with ocal relatives, going back Monday. John Grandgenett and his son Anton drove to Des Moines Monday on a business mission. Wilborn Eich spent last week Tuesday at a grain dealers' convention, and Philip Immerfall had charge of the elevator during his absence. Mrs. E. F. Rahm, Des Moines, and her children spent last week here and at Algona going home Sunday, The Rev. M. A. Schemel, of Alton, spent a few days last week at Algona with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schemel, and his sister, Mrs. E. F. Rahm, Des Moines, who was visiting here. Vivian Stephenson, Chicago, arrived Sunday for a week's vacation with relatives. She is employed in the jewelry department of a store at Chicago. Mrs. Isadore Eisenbarth is sick with intestinal flu. Theresa Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil F. Arndorfer, has spent a few days with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Eisenbarth. St. Joe and St. Benedict played ball here Sunday, and the score was 3-2 in favor of St. Joe. Jacob Simons, Fort Des Moines and a friend came Sunday to spenc a few days with the former's mother, Mrs. Mary Simons. A family reunion was held a John Arndorfer's Sunday. Attending: Sister Mary Elizabeth, Ray Arndorfer, Matilda Arndorfer, all o Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Grei ner and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lich ter, Algona, the Leo Goetz family Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonan Arndorfer and .the Anton Eisen barths, Morgan, Minn. Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer ha a family reunion at her home Sun day, and present were the R Downs family, Edw. Rosenmeyer of Canada, Sister Mary DeSales Milwaukee, Mrs. Everet Steussy Mason City, her children, Jos Kraus, Morgan, Minn,, and Al Ros enmeyer. Seneca Young People's Society Gives Program Seneca, July 3 — Many hero ttended a Young People's society leeting at Mrs. Jennie Jensen's 'riday evening. The program W ;is: ong, audience; scripture reatliiss "id prayer, the Rev. Mr. fjan:!«; .tading, Ode Cherlancl; duet, Aie;- ames Linus Jensen and Otto VVil- erg; reading, Orva Halvorson; ocal selection, tjuarr.c't, I'o.irl N'ol- on, Alice Thompson, Ker.iibth lalvorsen, Kenm.th Thompson, su- o, Bobby Ulle:-:t;id. Tilling Workers Oive Program- Mrs. Jos. Madden entertain tod 10 Willing Workers Sutunhy. T'.'a rogram was: sons, aud'iencc; cripture reading, Lavonne Madon ; solo, Francis Halvorsin; oading, Leona Jensen; vocal duet, "clira and Viola Strueker. Other Seneca News. The following were entertained t Martin Jensen's, Ringstecl, Bunay in honor of the host's daugfh- sr and her family, visiting there: he c. U. Fayes, Urbana 111.; the ..inus Jensens, Mrs. Jennie Jenen, Mrs. Anna Osborn, bhe J. H. ensens, and Leona Jensen. Mildred Goetsch, Seneca grad- uate employed as stenographer aft Des Moines for the Beauty Supply Co., is spending a start Fourth ofi July vacation with her parents* Mr. and Mrs. George Goetscih, Fen- 'ton. The Otto Wilbergs, the Linug, Jensens, Beverly, the Jens Halvor- sons, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Enesg and Orva Halvorsen, Ames, and •(toe Albert Ull&tads had a picnic dinner and fislhert at Lost Island last Tuesda.y. The 'Luther League will sponsor a Fourth of July celebration at C« .'.!. Tlionip.-nn'f.. A program will begin at 10:30, wild a picnic dinner. fanrl entertainment in the 'after- no o-n. Leona, daughter of Mr and. Mrs* George Jensen, Ringsted, spent last week with her grandmdother, Mrs. Jennie Jensen. The Albert Nelsons, 111., visited from a week ago Sunday till last week Wednesday at Albin Nelson's. Mrs. Anna Osborn spent a tew days last week at Wiliam Brown's,. Armstrong. Edna Strueker was employed at Henry Looft's a few days last week. Bargains —at Neville's Men's Goodyear Welt Oxfords, all sizes $2.25 Men's Work Shoes, double retan $1.49 All our Men's White Oxfords, reduced to $2.48 Men's Dress Pants, a real snap at $1,00 Men's Shirts and Shorts, full balloon seat 19c Men's Dress Sox, new patterns, a real buy 15c Boys' Underwear Union Suits, short legs 23c Men's Work Shirts, our regular 75c shirt marked down to _ 49 C Men's Overalls, a knock-out at 85c Choice any pair of White Ties or Pumps to close $1.98 Ladies' Black or Brown Kid Ties, all sizes AAA to C _— ggc We are closing out all our Ladies' Arch Support Ties. These were our $4 and $5, reduced to $2.95 Anklets 5c, lOc and the very nice ones, 2 pairs for 25c Ladies' Cotton Hose, all good colors, 2 pairs for 25c Children's Oxfords, sizes 6 to 11, at 59c Ladies' Sport Oxfords, all sizes, marked down to $1.49 These are only a few of our house full of bargains. July will be Bargain Month at Neville's. I do not expect to make any money during July but I do expect to reduce this stock and clean out a lot of summer goods. We never carry anything from one season to another. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN, ALGONA, IOWA" Stick Wonnds Woman's Eye— Mrs. George Hiller is recovering from a painful wound under her right eye which she received when a piece of the stick she was chopping flew up and struck her. Picnic at State Park— A group from the beginners' Sunday school class, with their teachers and some of the mothers, had a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park Friday. Tin* F. C. Mothers & Daughters club met 'last Thursday with Mi's. Elizabeth Elbert, and the meeting was opened with America, roll call being answered with Fourth of July .plans. Harmonica solos -were .played 'by Arthur Kelly, Whittemore, neplhew of Mrs. Elbert; a paper. The State Capital, was read by Butib. Rich; a reading was given by Irene Witham; and a paper on Franklin D. Roosevelt's- life was read by Loretta Broesder. New year-books were given out. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Alice Ditswortto July 19. Mr, land Mrs. Arthur Cruikshank, daughter Mary, James Cruikshank, and (Mrs. Alice Ditsworth got home Friday afternoon from a week •with iBhe AJrtfliur Jackmans, liberty, Sask. Tihe weatflier there was cool, with a shower almost every day. Ruth Robinson teas come home from Milford, where she visited the De Mutha. The John Gettmans, Mason City, were guests of tfoe John Sabins Sunday. Mm 'Edith Rich went to Arch Walkers' last Thursday for a short stay. Arthur Kelly, Whittemore, spent part of last week witihi the Joseph Elberta, and Mrs. LeRpy Schiltz, Bancroft, and Mrs. William Besch, Wlhdttemore, were there last Thursday for a short stay. The Mitchell family Ihad a reunion at Ames Brpokside park Sunday, and attending were Mr. and (Mrs. Sylvester Mitdhell, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Ruth, MitcheU, Harlan; Clarice and Verle Mitchell, Stockport; Mr. and Mrs. Norvilile Mitchell, Fairfield, daughter Dorothy; Mr. and Mrs. Quinten Bjustrom, Mr. and 'Mrs. Arie Dittmer, Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Etna Mitchell, and tlhe Noble Mitchells, all of Algona. The Lurhl Fesslers, Rmgsted, were at J. P. Nickerson's Saturday. The Carl Seips were Sunday evening guests of tlhe John Seips, Ailgona, and took with them a freezer of ice cream. New Oorwith Postmaster. J. J. Bonnstetter has been appointed Corwith postmaster to succeed J. W. Duckett, resigned. He is a brother of Martin Bonnstetter, Algona, and the father of County Agent Bonnstetter. 8 and MvT l e Harry ' 8 As,- fiw 904 at tend to 'business matters. Wilfred remained to travel for the Nortih- rup King Seed Co., which die has represented three summers. Mr®. E. A. Frank entertained Mrs. Amos- Finnstad, Rosemary, and Billy; Mrs. A. K. Jofonson, Marjorie, (Eunice, and Kenueth, Mrs, Charles .Newel and Lavonne, Kathryn Ohm, Lucille Jentz, and Bet^y Jean Schwartz last Thursday* Mr. aod Mrs. George Goetsdh tod A. A. Meyer drove to Blooming Prairie, Minn., Monday, the Goetadhies to visit ait their son. Harold's, and Mr. Meyer to attend to business matters. (Mm James Mueller was (hostess to the Hook & Needle club Saturday evening. Mrs. E. W. Ruske and Selma Meyer were guests. Mr»J. B, Hanson entertained tlhe Dorcas sewing circle 'Friday. Mr* Theodore Weiabrod, William Haase, Mrs. Viola Mitchell, and the latter's children • spent Sunday at Fairmont with Mr. Weisbrod, who is an appendicitis patient there. Editor W. I. Branagan, of the Emmetsburg Democrat, and Jack Burns, of Great Oak township, Palo Alto county, were here Friday and called at E. A. Huskamp^ Elmer Krause, Hans Krause Laurence Glaus, and. Leo Kramer, wfoo had previously passed exam- taations, left for a Webster City OCC camp Monday. The John Frolis and Martiha Bley, Mallard were at the George Seims home for dinner and supper Sunday and caJled at Robert Vot- 'R. N. Kyhls spent Sunday at at 'Floyd Torgerson'9, Bode, Sunday. onl Ball Breaks Tooth— Le Roy Scheppman had a piece of a tooth on the left side knocked out Sunday, when a foul ball struck him at an Irvington-Sexton ball game here. Sexton Wins Ball Game— The score in an Irvington-Sexton ball game here Sunday was 10-9 n favor of Sexton. IRVINGTON NEWS Frank Weber left last week Monday for Pontiac, 111., with Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Eyemann and Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, of that city. Mr. Weber planned to be away a few weeks, visiting Mrs. Eyemann, a daughter, and Mrs. John Weber and Mrs, jlen Antrin, also daughters, near Pontiac. He will attend the world's fair. The Eyemanns and Taylors came here a week ago Friday from Minneapolis, where they had been attending a Shriners' convention. Sunday guests at Alvin Weber's were Edna and Joe Jordan and Frank Reindel, all of Mason City, and Mrs. Al Jordan and Leo, of this vicinity. Edna is still stenographer for the Bell Telephone company at Mason City, and Joe is doing office work for the Standard Oil company there. Edna came by bus Friday? and Leo took them back to Mason City Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thornton and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Clark were recent guests at Seward Thornton's. Mr. and Mrs. A. McLean spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hain, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Hain recently visited the R. M. Watsons here. Mrs. Lewis Schichtl and her sons Wayne and Gary were guests at Algona several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stiltz were Sunday guests at the Ray Fitch home. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Coleman drove to Ogden Saturday and took home Mrs. Robert Buckley and her children, who had been at Thomas Coleman's two weeks. The elder Mrs. Coleman, who had been visiting relatives at Ogden, went home with them. Mrs. Buckley is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Coleman. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Waynes, IT AMOUNTS TO THAT WHEN YOU GET THE EXTRA MILEAGE • THE KEENER PERFORMANCE • THAT COMES WITH more POWER AT NO EXTRA COST Superfuel gives you your full money's worth plus. That has been established by tests of many gasolines. But—prove it to yourself. —«^^- Do this: Get a tank* ful from any Standard Red Crown Pump. Then watch the mileage it gfrea you— watch how that extra live power livens tip your engine. See if yon don't agree that it gives you more for your gasoline money. y?ti For the same amount of money you would pay for "regular" gasoline you can get Standard Red Crown Superfuel. And actually you'll be money ahead! 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