Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 16, 1934
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ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA ree Brothers at Fenton Trick Ford toAppear at County Fair IK Beulah Emma >»' g o e ,died last of her broth- Mrs. s!) survive 4 ro Entertained— Petersons and Mary t re enter- homes lust stand at the fair twice daily, minutes of fun. 's 1 . Fred a Saturday, at Mrs 'B for dinner and home for supper; D au ' s> Monday . at Lotts Creek to visit sister of the last T , .., , bo Put through a pack of tricks at the grand- It will bo operated by Bill Cook and Johnny Wisell, comedians, in 15 Iday 1 Nathan Banwart's ay honoring Mr. and Mrs. withrlch, Alaska, Iowa. At- gTsophBanwart, the Paul arts, tne Joseph Banwarts Jr., sBamvarts, Reuben Anlik- ,s Eli Grimm and her fam- "'Bennie Banwarts, Dave and his sister Sarah, all of 1 d, and the William Metz- tWblttemore. U Bearers Pick Officers- Standard Bearers met at the ,dist church Friday, and a \vas given: poem, Donna iBailey; stories, Bernice Kra- Ld Ruth Glaus. Officers were L' president, Ardis Voight; fv'erabelle Ulfers; secretary, Glaus; treasurer, Gladys r, After Bunco there Was a lunch. r for Thirty-five Women— B, Donald Weisbrod and Flor- Jweisbrod entertained 35 wom- rlday in honor of Mrs. W. J. birthday. Out of town i were Mrs. L. G. Newel and Richenbacher, Hartley; [Kate Newel, Okoboji; and a | Tjaden, Algona. j Haie Tonsils Out— dor Mueller performed three Illeotomies last Thursday, as- by Doctor Kirkegaard, Rtng- fand Alma Madison, R. N. The ats were Robert Schwartz, Humphrey, and Dorothy MRS, JOSEPH GUL6ERTSON IS HONORED Lone Rock, Aug. 14—Forty attended a miscellaneous shower at Karl Ewoldt's last week Wednesday afternoon in honor of their daughter, Mrs. Joseph Culbertson. Margaret Roderick sang a vocal solo, Just An Echo in the Valley; Margaret Roderick, Wilma Hansen Harriett Heiter, and Fern Hartwel song Goodnight Little Girl of My Dreams, and The Waltz You Saved for Me, accompanied by Elvi Ewoldt. Each guest bride a favorite recipe. gave the The group County Legion Auxiliary Holds Swea City Meeting i Graduation Gift— ginia, daughter of Mr. and E. J. Frank, went to Chicago ' night to .attend the world's land visit relatives. The trip (a graduation present from her Ago aunts. ler League Gives Play— jhe Fairville Walther League jented "The Path Across the ' at the opera house here Sun- I evening, and a large audience There were ten in the telty Dance Is Given— [ large crowd attended a nov- [ dance at Sharp's, pavilion Frl- j evening. Admission was-five i and a penny for every dance. Other Fenton News. i H. G. Flinks, Spencer, were i. W. Ruske's, and the daughter 'ne remained for a week. Mrs. sang, Then I'll Be Happy. Tin bride was the recipient of man> gifts. Lunch was served by th hostesses, Mrs. I. W. Nelson, Mrs William Knoll, Mrs. Arnold Me Farland, Mrs. Eugene Hofius, Elva Ewoldt, Mrs. Henry Schroeder, and Wilma Hansen. Birthday Dinner Honors Two— A birthday dinner honored Donald Ackarman, who was 11, and Mrs. Kate Ackarman, of Nowea- quea, 111., who was 86, at Jim Ackarman's Sunday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Trainer, Kanawha; Mrs. William Harmon and children, Iowa City; Mrs. Verle Wagoner and children, and Gerald Trainer, Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs, Robert Ackarman, Mrs. Caroline Ackarman, Earl, Hiram, and Lillian, of Burt; and the Frank Flaigs. .1 Spend Week-End at Aniboy— Mrs. I. W. Nelson and Donald, and Mrs. Eugene Hofius and Eugenia Mae accompanied the women's mother, Mrs. H. J. Bacon and daughter Etta, of Algona, to Amboy, Minn., last Thursday visiting till Sunday at Jeff Hohenstein's. Mr. Nelson and Mr. Hofius drove up Sunday, all returning home. Swea City, Aug. 14—The county .egion Auxiliary meeting for Aug- ist was held in Swea City a week igo Tuesday. The new county of- icers are: Mrs. L. L. Lease, Wes- ey, chairman, succeeding Mrs. Ida Larson, Swea City; Mrs. Anna Schenck, Titonka, secretary; Mrs. uella Schenck, Burt, historian. The meeting opened with a solo by VIrs. G. B, Pearson, Swea City, followed by an address of welcome by Mrs. Henry Myhr, president of the Swea City Auxiliary. The Burt unit had charge of the program, which included musical numbers, a humorous skit, and a drill by 4-H girls. The September meeting will be held at Titonka. Johnsons Move to St. Peter— The Clarence Johnsons movec their household goods last week to St. Peter, Minn., where Mr, Johnson will open a new grocery store. He will leave someone in charge of his garage business till he is able to sell it. Ifnvo Week nt World's Fair- Mr, and Mrs. Martin Dahl and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thomson are spending a week at the world's fair in Chicago. They will also spend a few days at The Dells in Wsicon- sin before returning home. Ilorso Kicks Boy's Arm- Ronald, 3-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Peterson, suffered a double fracture in his upper left arm a week ago Tuesday when he was kicked by a horse. Party Given for Johnsons— . A farewell party was held at the Luther League hall last Thursday night for Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson, who left Friday for their new home in St. Peter. Girls' Kltteiibnll Popular— Girls and young women of Swea City have taken up kittenball, play- ng twice a week, with Lloyd An- ierson, official scorekeeper. 'ifth Son for Baners— A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bauers last Monday. This is the fifth child in the family, all 5oys. Cm die Roll Party Held— The annual cradle roll party of the Legion Auxiliary was held Tuesday at the town park. Other Swea City. Burton C. Thomson is spending a few days at homo this week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Thomson. He is employed at the Y. M. C. A. camp at Boone this summer. He will return to Ames this fall and take up his studies after the camp closes September 1. Word has been received from the Rev. and Mrs. McDowell, who are on their vacation, that they had a splendid trip, with no car trouble They were on the road two days and a night. They are visiting at ST, JOE LADS HAVE A RIDE IN AIRPLANE St. Joe, Aug. 15—Cyril and Richard Reiling had their first ride in air Sunday at the Legion airport, Algona. The boys have been Sunday Register carriers during the last several years and to reward their loyalty they and other Register-Tribune carrier - salesmen were given free rides in a Register-Tribune plane. They are sons of Mr. and Mrs. John Reiliug. Schmidts Have Jfew Sou— Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schmidt are parents of a boy, born Wednesday August 1, their first boy and fourth child. The nurse was Anna Kayser, and Genevieve Gisch has been doing the housework. The bab was baptized Michael Peter at St Joseph's church Thursday, Augus 2, and sponsors were Thomas an Dorothy Wagner. Attend Algona Birthday Party— Leonard McGuiro and Darwin Hammer attended a party at Al gona Monday in honor of the sixt' birthday of Robert Holtzbauer Other guests were Warren Bar rickman and Richard Mathes. Loul Johnson was unable to attend. A lunch ice cream and a big birthda cake bearing six candles wer served. Three "Sisters" Visit Hero- Sister Mary Benvenuta, Sr. M. Bonovita, and Sr. M. Deotilla, of the St. Francis convent, Dubuque, and their brother Matt Berte, of Techny, 111., spent several days ast week with their mother, Mrs. August Berte, and other relatives here. Sunday Ball Game Postponed— The St. Joe Cardinals were scheduled to play Livermore there Sunday, but due to heavy rains last week-end the field was too wet. Former Algonian is Sick— reida and Monica Stelzer, Mr. and rs. Clifford Hudson, Joseph Steler, and Opal Kruger, all of Comfy, linn., and Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. telzer, daughter Marcla, and dario Fourage, all of Springfield, rtlnn. Edward Becker and Florence osal, who had spent several reeka with the Joe Beckers and ther relatives left last Thursday or their homes at Towers City, f. D. The Peter Kaysers and Anna Cayser left late last week to visit he Nick Phillips family, Claremont, Minn., and the Casper Kay- ers, Owatonna, Minn. Maxlne Schumacher, Des Moines VTary Jane Reding, Whittemore and Marjorie Reding spent a few days last week at Ted Wagner's. Louis Schoat, Pocahontas, vis- ted Nicholas Becker last week Tuesday. Nicholas will attend school this year at Baltimore. The Herbert Meyerhofers and the John Meyerhofers, Stacyville visited last week at the men's sis ,er Mrs. John Freilinger's. Mrs. John Freilinger had a visl ast week from four sisters whc are Sisters from the St. Franci convent, Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Meyer hofer, Des Moines, spent Frida night and Saturday with relative here. The Ernest Gales family left Sal urday for Watkins, Minn., to vis Mrs. Gales' parents and other rela tives. The Peter Schmidts spent Sunday with Mrs. Schmidt's parents, r. and Mrs. T. L. Rowell, Swea ty. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kemna, Misouri, visited friends here last eek and relatives at West Bend. The John Thuls attended a Leion celebration at Clarion last hursday and visited relatives. J. K. Sheplee, Huntley, Minn., ame Sunday for the week at his aughter Mrs. J. B. McNeill's. Andrew Kupper, Gainesville, Tex., arrived Sunday to visit his ister, Mrs. Adolph Fuhrman. The Peter Erpeldings are drlv- ng a new Chevrolet sedan, and Alin Klein a Ford coach. Leonard and Donald, son of Mr and Mrs. Martin MoGuire, have had heir tonsils removed. Fenton 1 Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerick, Whl£- emore, stopped at the parental L-. Weisbrod's Sunday, en route to he Black Hills for ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fillers, of ouncil Bluffs, were Friday night isitors at Philip Weisbrod's. A. P. Peterson went to Des koines Saturday to visit his niece, Jrs. Minnie Stark. Stanley Munch wen£ to Decorah laturday, and was accompanied by tfrs. Charles Schemmel, who visit- d at Calmar. Mrs. Herman Dreyer, daughEer Ruth, and Mrs. Herman Gade had onsillectomies at a Fairmont hos- oital Saturday. Anne Reimers and Robert Simon- sin, Graettinger, were Sunday ;uests of the former's mother, Mrs, Kate Menu. Mrs. Chris Madison, daughter A.lma, and son Milton attended amily reunion at Tuttle lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade and Pearl Haase attended a party a Willie Bell's, West Bend, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brace and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brace. pent Sunday at S. E. S£raley**» Mrs. L. J. Olson, Spencer, I* ting her daughter, Mrs.- B* 1ft. Ruske. ! i Reduced Rates on ALL LOANS You can now secure a loan o§ $300.00 or less at our new toy! •ate . Our new plan will mean a flulj* stantial saving to you. The Federal offers you the moftf complete loan service in the Stat& Various loaning plans. Reduced payments. Aa long as 20 months to repay* WHY PAY MORE THAN OUH NEW LOW RATES? If you need money for any pug* pose J Sed ) H. N. Kruse Phone 125 Algon* Representing Federal Finance Co. Des , who had heen visiting went home with the the Is, Mrs. Ruslte and Mrs. Mink (sisters, daughters of Mrs. 01- Elmer Welshrod got home lay from Jennings, La., where |tod visited a sister two weeks, family met her at Garner and home Mabel Schlicting, who visited the Weisbrods. She is pee of Mrs. Weisbrod. pv. and Mrs. j. T. Snyder, fehter Phyllis, Mrs. Wilbert Hol- 7. Ardls Volght, Mr. and Mrs. W. itoeber, and the Stoeber daugh- [ Gladys returned Wednesday i ten days at a Bible Confer?_at the Okobojis. "and Mrs. Harlowe Johnson, • are movm s to Titonka, |« Mr. Johnson goes into the implement business. Mrs. Pson formerly Grace Gibbons, Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robert Kyhl had a visit last L * 7 from a COUBtn - Mrs th * et , ers011 . Long Beach, the latter's son Carlton, and Mary Jane Hoflus visited at Lloyd Elston's home in Burt, Harold Nelson visiting at Floyd Bacon's at Burt. Tisit Grotto at West Bend- Mr, and Mrs. Frank Kuhn, Genevieve Stubbs, of Des Moines, and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn and daughter Helen, of Algona, drove last week Wednesday to West Bend, visiting the grotto. Saturday Miss Stubbs' brother Elmer and a friend came from Des Moines, she returning with them after visiting the Kuhns last week. Mrs. William McKenzie, of Milwaukee, spent last Thursday at Frank Kuhn's. Mrs. Gladstone's Sister Ylsits— •The Rev. S. M. Gladstone drove to Sibley last week Thursday, meeting Mrs. Gladstone's sister, Mrs. H. L. Schmidt, of Oakland, Calif., who has been at Salem, S. D. Sunday, the Rev. and Mrs. Gladstone, Robert, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger, and Mrs. Schmidt, drove to the Okobojis, where Mrs. Schmidt was met by her brother Coin Gapp, and continued with him to Salem. Shower for Mrs. V. 1. Wmlen— A miscellaneous shower was held at E. M. Jensen's last Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs. V. L. Whalen, of Dolliver, a former Lone Marietta arrived home last week Tuesday from Des Moines. The Gerald Hallorans, who have been visiting Mr. Halloran's sister, Mrs. Hugh Walsh, left Friday for their home in Reddick, 111. Eileen and Lawrence Walsh accompanied them to Illinois for a visit and also to see the world's fair. Those from here attending the county Auxiliary meeting at Swea City a week ago Tuesday afternoon were Mrs. Roy Jensen and daughter Marjorie, Tena Jensen, Mrs. W. G. Flaig, Mrs. Ralph Priebe, and Mrs. John Sprank. . Mrs. E. M. Hawks, daughter Mrs. Jessie Stebritz, and her daughters Gladys and Kathryn, and Melvm Hawks drove to Spirit Lake Sunday and in company with the Charles Hawks family driving to the Okobojis for a picnic dinner. Dorothy Kniss and Mabelle Trice, Cedar Rapids, spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday at Harry Rahn's. Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Rahn accompanied them to Cedar Mrs. McDowell's old home in Pennsylvania. Maurice and Kenneth Seylar, Gifford Smith, and Bobby Haglund left Saturday night for Park Rapids and Lost Lake, Minn., on a fishing trip. They will be gone a week. The W. C. T. U. held its regular meeting Tuesday with Mrs. Joseph Dye. Mrs. McCrary was program leader, and there was election of officers. Mrs. Floyd Griffith and sons Wayne and Keith spent the weekend at Marshalltown with Mrs. Griffith's brother, Roy Pearson. Sidney Hutchinson spent the week-end at Mallard at John Frank's, who worked with Sidney in the CCC camp. Doctors H. Kulander and C. C. Anderson have been attending the American Dental society meetings in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kesler and daughter Darlene spent several days in Radcliffe visiting relatives. Mrs. C. C. Cushing and daughter Ha left Monday for two weeks at her old home at Harlan. Millicent Eppelscheimer, of Plover, is visiting William Hammer has word that his uncle, Frank Steil, 62, Eden Valley, Minn., is seriously sick. He is a former resident of Algona. Hospital Patient Home Again— Harold Reding was brough home from Mercy hospital, For Dodge, last week Wednesday, fol lowing a.major operation. Catholic Feast is Observed— The Feast of the Assumption o the Blessed Virgin Mary will b observed this week Wednesday wit masses at 1 and 9 a. m. The Other St. Joe. Philip Fourages had guests Sunday Mrs. Fourage's pa: ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stelze Lone Rock Margaret and Beulah Gladstone and Esther Godden were birthday dinner guests of Vera Morris Sun day. Mrs. H. N. Osher returned t Graettinger Friday after a week a her daughter, Mrs. E. M. Jensen's Mrs. John Rath entertained th Harvey Raths and Leona House holder, all of Algona, Sunday. W. G. Flaig and Donald Blanch ard made a business trip to Maso City last week Tuesday. The G. A. Sharps, Dayton, spen last Thursday and Friday, here o business, tss MU5ICBAN§ in largest music festival ever held In America. Sunday, Aug. 26. Over 100 bands; over 10.000 singers. Glee Club and band contests and inspiring massed concerts. Hujc hippodnOTB ibowi H*«L. daily iMturin* forenrat dreu*; ittractioiu o! AmciW . J: ^ ondCurop* fARM STOCK SHOW Over Jl.000,000 of purebred rtock Irom 21 italc«, in Americn'i jrenlcjt Acres and acres of [arnv ucfcibiu, Urm bureau projects, orchard prod" ucb, machinery, etc. Not claims but FACTS are making re- Peterson's " City. granddaughter, £ Mae Kyhl spent las£ week ner sister, Mrs. L. M. Holl- wylon, and was brought lay by the Holldorfs, who day at the parental Kyhl Mrs. J. 1 ' ° went * hort and Susan Goed- Mrs with Bohn>s ' Whittemore and Domek A last week Tues- ld rem aiaed for VVJ-id'icur «*• *-'«*•• i—- i — . Rock girl, and 15 attended. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. W. J. Cotton, and Mrs. Jensen. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Oliver Stow, of Doiu- ver, and Mrs. Ruth Spooner Pike, Clinton. Former Teacher in Tisit— Mrs. Ruth Spooner Pike and son Dick, of Clinton, spent last week at N L. Cotton's and B. M. Jensen s. Mrs. Pike was formerly a teacher here. The Jensens took them to Algona Sunday, where they will visit a week before returning home. Buttermaker Gets New Jofc-• Watson Shick will beg n dirties September 1 working for the Swen Nelson Cheese Co. operating truck. Wendell Helgasen, of V llngford. Is the new buttermaker at the creamery. Charivari Attracts Crowd-A large crowd attended a charivari a week ago Monday evening at Karl Ewoldt's in honor of Mr. ana Mrs. Joseph Culbertson. Other Lone Kock The L. R. Rapids for the week-end, all turning here Sunday. Mrs. Laura Mantor, Edna and Marjorie. of Cedar Falls spent las week with the Roy Zunkels, Albert Thompsons, Lawrence Newbroughs, Alex Kruegers, and Fred Gen" Legion Auxiliary me£ with M«r N" L. Cotton last — Wednesday afternoon. The week next Mr. and Mrs. George Petti« da Bernice Nelson spent last Thursday at George Jensen's in Ring- Bted Leona Jensen accompanied 'SsK'SAffffifiSS* SEfttKrr.5SSW5 Gerald Garber, in the CCC camp SUCCES at Pilot Knob, spent the week-end Here's what you get in Goodyear's new "G-3"! You set the broader road Charles Garber. 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