Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 23, 1934
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23, 1934. slhe [fattest Maiv in roly-poly* coma '» «ee who really p" Fat M.n of We'll put up tho H O {has the trgest wily H t bang up prize for jt family coming to our ens Day. Here's a r you big family folks into your own. And [ a l| _ we're going to tampion tall man and ipion short man. It's i — so let'a be gay. IZES to the [NNERS i for the dandy [ remember—this is of the day's fun. tiurprlses galore and " jm the roof to the ,01! E CUS (TURDAY nber 8th |K HARDWARE 1ALGONA T^ KOSSUTH COTTMTV ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA ° an JgOgdyardjijl Open Branch at Swea City PAGE THMBt FRANK WIENER Swea City, Aug. 21—Banking facilities will bo resumed In Swea City this week, according to an announcement made by Frank and Levl Weimer, Ledyard bankers, who will open a branch office of the State Bank of Ledyard here. The banking group recently bought the former Farmer's Savings bank building. Frank Wlemer will have direct supervision of the office. Mr. Wiemer will move his family here about the first of September, having leased Mrs. Clara Poolo's residence. His family group includes, besides Mrs. Wicmcr, a daughter, Mrs. Gcnevleve Lee, and her two children, a son and a daughter. Mrs. Landino Services Held— Funeral services for Mrs. Chas. E. Landine were held a week ago Tuesday at Sherburn, Minn., in (.he Federated church. She died a week ago Sunday following an illness which began in June. Mrs. Lan- dine'was Ida Johnson, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Johnson. She is survived by her husband, a son, three daughters, three sisters, Mrs. Anna Larson, and Mrs. Oscar Berggren, Swea City, and Selma Johnson, Minneapolis, and a brother, Myron Johnson, on the home place in Eagle township. Swea Cityans at Lakes— The Or. "B. Pearson family, Mrs. T. F. Johnson, and Alice Johnson are spending two weeks at Arnold's park. Later in the week they were joined by Mrs. Olaf Pearson, and Bernice Pearson, of Sioux City, and Francis Humphrey, of Roland. f*HAT A DOLEFUL WORLD WEUVEINl ARE HEADINd-BUT WHICH WAY? * " UROER EVERY ST ? MINUTES OF THE DISMAL DAY. Hew Baker to Come— The Swea City bakery has been leased to Chris Knutson, a veteran baker from Blue Earth, Minn. The building and equipment belong to Paul Sayers, New Prague, Minn., and has been closed this summer. New Teacher Engaged— Berneta Gaarde, Armstrong, has signed a contract to teach the second grade in the Swea City school next year. She is filling the place of Lillian Nelson, who resigned to teach at Dows. to ITHOF iCI&L IPMENT iat 1ST [on iRD luxe To Visit World's Fair— Dr. and Mrs. Pester, Mr. and Mrs Charles Rohlin and daughter, are leaving Wednesday for Chicago where they will spend a week the world's fair. at REUNION HELD BY BAHLINGS, BURL AT PARK Burt, Aug. 21—The Bahling families held a reunion at the Ambrose A. Call .state park Sunday, and attending wore the J. D. and Harvey Taylors and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Teems, Elmore; Mr. and Mrs. n. F. Perry, Manson; Mrs. August Bahling, her sons and daughter Esther, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown, G. W. Brown, Henry Bahling, and the Carl Bahlings. Ken Sheldon Children Here— The Leon Remilys, Condee, S. D., brought the Ben Sheldon children, Allen, Doris, Norman, and Mattie, here Saturday and visited till Tuesday at Mrs. Lillian Sheldon's. The Sheldon children will wait here till their father, who is working at Gary, Ind., comes after them. They will make their home at Gary hereafter. POST Mums I i ltan -ee Hauling. : : inured against '' '< ia £ e Ot all khiHa. ' ! , all kinds, i | fl o,an kinds of -: tig. Girls Lose to Fairmont— The girls kittenball team lost its game with the Fairmont girls Friday. They are to play a return game at Fairmont this week Tuesday. Other Swea City. Mrs. Harry Chambers and three children, Robert, Jane, and Ann, o: Dubuque, are guests this week of her aunt, Mrs. Ray Sperbeck. Mr. Chambers came for the week-end and spent his vacation at the Sperbeck home, and at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Chambers, in Grant township. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Chambers and son William and Dora Chambers, Wichita, Kans., are guests this week of Chas. H. Chambers, Grant township. They are brother and sister of Chas. H. Chambers. Burton C. Thomson returned to his work at the Y. M. C. A. camp at Boone Wednesday. His mother, Mrs. F. J. Thompson, accompanied him, and spent several days there, returning Saturday night. Mrs. Ida Craven and son Leslie Bitner, and family, Kansas City, Kans., are visiting at John Elliott's. Mrs. Craven and Mrs, Elliott are sisters. The Rev. and Mrs. Clifford McAninch, of Still water, Minn., were guests last week of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. McAninch. Alvlra Dietl is working in the First National bank at Donnell, Minn., while Cashier C. J. Benson is on his vacation. Mrs. Henry Myhr and three sons spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Leona Lotts, at Dows. Mr, and Mrs. Parker Elliott, of Buffalo Center, spent Sunday with the John Elliotts.. Arza Baskerville, of Manchester, spent tho week-end at Frank Thomson's. Louis Appelt and children are visiting this week in Yankton, S. D. Mr, and Mrs. Ivan Elliott were Fort Dodge callers Saturday. Mrs. Marie Jacobs was a caller at Iowa City last' week. WHITTEMORE CREAMERY PICNIC THJSJHIIRSDAY Whittemore, Aug. 21—The Whlt- temore Farmers creamery picnic will be held at the Academy park this week Thursday. R. A. Bartlett, manager, the directors, ana committees have been at work for some time in an effort to arrange a program of events both varied and interesting. At 11 a. m. a cream judging contest will be held which is open to all patrons of the creamery and members of the family. Three valuable prizes will be given in this event. At noon there will be a basket lunch, and the creamery will furnish ice cream, milk, and coffee. Music and entertainment has been arranged from 12 to 1 p. m. At 1 o'clock Mayor Carmody win introduce R. O. Storvlck, manager of the Iowa State Brand Creameries, Mason City. At 2 o'clock there will be games for boys and girls and at 3 the North Farmers play kittenball with the South Farmers. In the evening there will be a dance. Scarlet Fever Beported. Portland, Aug. 22—The Herman Leecks are quarantined for scarlet feyen The two younger children are sick. McDonalds in Family Reunion— Mr. and "Mrs. C. E. McDonald, of Sioux City, spen the week-end at 0. P. McDonald's. John McDonald, of Erametsburg, was also here for a Saturday night dinner attended by all of Mr. McDonald's children, the Otto Kraushaars, Northampton, Mass., and the D. L. completing the group. McDonalds Party Honors Sioux Citynn— Lucille Sewick and Maybelle Gray entertained six couples of young people at a party at the Sewick home Friday evening in (onor of Maybelle's friend, Edgar •nlay, Sioux City, who has been visiting here. truest Knicger Has Flu— Ernest Krueger has been con- ined to bed with intestinal flu. His granddaughter, Marieta Chris- .ensen, Lone Roclc, is helping care 'or him. Mr. Krueger is celebrat- ng his 87th birthday this week. VUcnd Jlnss lake Aid— Mrs. J. D. Graham and Mrs. Lilian Siglcr attended an Aid reunion at Bass Lake, near Winnebago, Minn., last week Wednesday. Mrs. Graham was formerly a member of .hat society. [Janlcer on Week's Vacation— Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Rubey are spending a week at the home of heir daughter, Mrs. Quenton Carey, Ames, and Verne Lovstad is help- ng at tho bank during Mr. Rubey's absence. Morstedt to Slate Meeting- Mr, and Mrs. A. C. Bierstedt attended a Watkins company convention at the Klrkwood hotel, Des Moines, Friday and Saturday. Ileeves at Stale Fair— Geo. P. Hawcott and his son Wallace left Tuesday for Des Moines, where Wallace is showing two of his 4-H baby beeves. Irene Aten to Teach— Irene Aten goes to Alta Saturday o teach in the Fairview school, near that town. Brltt Hobo Day Advertised— Several carloads of boosters for he Britt Hobo day visited Burt Monday. Ilebekohs in lake Picnic— The Rebekahs had a picnic at Tuttle Lake Friday, J7 attending, Other Burt News. The Ray Dremmels returned last week Wednesday ' " " Moines Saturday to visit friends and see Charles Hanna, who is in a citizen's military training camp at Camp Dodge. Mrs. R. D. Temple, of Annahelm, Calif., and her daughter Gloria arrived Friday to visit the P. F. Kriothes and other Burt friends. Doctor Temple formerly practiced dentistry here. Riley Hall, El Paso, 111., and his son Willard visited from last week Monday till Saturday at R. F. Haw- nott's and looked after Mr. Hall's farm on which tho P. ,W. Kol- lasches live. Mrs. Gertie Thompson visited from last Thursday till Sunday vith relatives at Minneapolis and tacy, Minn. She traveled with the V. C. Nelsons, of Grant township. Mrs. Myra Watkins, Fort Madt- on, is visiting her brother, L. D. Hodgson. The Hodgsons and their uest spent last Thursday at the kobojis and Saturday at Hartley. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore spent iunclay at their daughter Mrs. -eonard S^i'iii'irs, f >rwith. Their Tandson, Vernon Schmidt, came iome with them for a week here. Helen Schrader returned Sun- ay from a week with relatives at lustin, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Stau- ey Black went up Saturday and rought her home. The Tom Trenarys left last week Tuesday for-the Black Hills, and hence were to go to Arnegard, N. to visit Mrs. Trenary's sister, irs. Gottlieb Leek. Lynn Dirksen, Iowa City, came 'riday foi> a few days at J. P Stow's. A former Burt boy, he caches dentistry in the university lental college. Dr. R. H. Thompson drove to Vaverly Sunday, and broughl iome his wife and baby, who had >een visiting Mrs. Thompson's nother there. The W. A. Barnes family, Aberdeen, S. D., came Saturday for veek at the Rev. S. H. Aten's. Mrs Barnes and Mrs. Aten are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Needham, Albert Lea, visited Sunday and Monday at the J. G. Thaves home, Mrs Veedham is Mrs. Thaves' sister. Mrs. J. D. Graham accompanied ler sister, Mrs. August Strom, Al- ?ona, to Rothsay, Minn., where the rahams formerly lived. Mrs. J. G. McDonald and three children returned Sunday from a veek with relatives at Moorehead d Minneapolis, Minn. Donald Martinson, who had been vith the Union Circulation company in the east for some mouths came home Saturday. The Robert Olloms, St. Paul, vis- ted from Friday to Sunday with tfr. Ollom's parents, Mr. and Mrs James Ollom. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Vinaas, Geneva ill., arrived recently for a weel with Leo's parents, Mr. and Mrs M. L, Vinaas. Isla Wallace came from Des Moines last week Wednesday to visit her sister, Mrs. G. P. Haw cot. Mrs. A. N. Jensen, Lake Park ind her three children came Mon day to visit the J. G. Sewicks. The V. T. Martinsons attended a •eunion of Mrs. Martinson's people at Rice Lake Sunday. Mrs. Robert Moore, Algona, anc ler children spent the week-end a Paul Moore's. The F. L. Ryersons spent thi week-end at Ward McWhorter's Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. John Long Jr. are parents of a son, born Sunday evening. Minn., where they from Carlos visited Mrs Drenimel's parents, Mr. and Mrs E C. Sperry. They brought home their son Donald, who had spent several weeks with his grandpar. Cn Mrs. N. I. Morness and the children, Darwin and Doris went to St jTmes, Minn., Tuesday. The Lester Clements, Ames, spent the weekend with Mrs. Clement's parents of her Mrs. Seldon Ml 11(71 B4WVW- - Straley, nearly two weeks. The Floyd Duncans left las Ind for the Duncan Dairy. , ents Mr and Mrs. J. V. Isenberger S his sister Stella for a week o Walter $99.12; Graham Bros., 58.56; A. Schram, $06.32; George $96.32; J. N. Koestler, and Aggo Janssen, $92.68. he creamery here has been a big uccess for many years and is a anding demonstration of what can o done by building up a dairy ommunlty. The creamery is one f the leading institutions of Ti- >nka. . J. do Tries to More— S. J. de Vries, who spent last eek at the world's fair and at loomington, 111., spent Indian day ; Titonka. Mr. de Vrles, who re- gned his job here as manager of lie North Iowa Grain Co., will love to Sanborn to be manager of le elevator there. Mrs. de Vries nd Junior, who are visiting in Chiago, will return to Titonka in a eek or so to pack and move. lonnckers Yisit in Michigan— The Raymond Bonackers left unday for Michigan to attend a amily reunion and spend a week 'ith relatives. Mrs. Bonacker's rother is leader of a Boy Scout roop there. Mr. and Mrs. George ohnson, Waterloo, parents of Mrs. Bonacker, were also to be there. loine from Vacation Trip— The William Boykens and the )r. R. C. Balls returned last Thursay from Wabedo lake, near Long- ille, Minn., where they spent a ew days fishing and swimming. he Balls were there two days, but he Boykens spent a week there. Hospital Patient Expected Home— Mrs. Ray Hansen, who has been t an Iowa City hospital two veeks, following an operation, is o be brought home late this week. Her husband has been there with her. Voclen Aid Will Entertain— Members of the Aid here will at- end a Guest day meeting of the Woden Aid this week Friday. ohn Pannknk is Benedick— John Pannkuk will be married to Ruth Janzig, Bridgewater, S. D., his week Wednesday. Other Titonka IVews. Mrs. Thomas Vickerman, Sioux Falls, and her son Blair came last veek Tuesday for a few days with he Eric Petersons, going back Saturday, and taking with them Wil- Grant Mrs. Paul Berggren and tw operation for appendicitis last week with her mother, Mrs. Delber Hunt. Four-H club boys camped a Interlaken Friday, Saturday, an Sunday. In the group were Donal Barger, Clarence Hunt, Rober Briggs, Kenneth Hardt, Jame Mayne, Adolph Friest, and Harol Fischer, Jr., with Harold F. Flsch es as leader. Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson, o Minneapolis, are visiting at Henr Farland's. A. M. Kollasch and children wen to West Virginia last week to vlsi relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Isenberg an sons Elmer and Gerald, were in th Dakotas last week visiting rela tives. Swen Tjensvold and his daugh ters, Ardys and Mildred.'spent par of last week with the Hill famll at Williams. The boys' 4-H club met wit James Mayne a week ago Tuesda evening. Doris Reynolds, of Fairmont, Jva been visiting Alive Mayne and other friends here. Alice Hunt, student nurse in an Omaha hospital, spent Sunday at AT TITONKA PAYS JULYJJHECKS Titonka, Aug. 22 — High cream iccks for July were issued to farner Smidt, $169.96; Bruno tecker, $162.04; Henry Gray & ons, $125.72; Chris Brandt, 112.56; Peter Ubben, $104.44; bbe Winter, $99.40; William Wel- Bellinger - Weisbrod Picnic Held Aug. 12 Fenton, Aug. 15—A Bollinger- Weisbrod reunion was held at an Emmetsburg park Sunday, and 130 attended. A picnic dinner at noon was the main event. In attendance from a distance: Mrs. Rose Ralch- enbach, New York City; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brooks, daughter, Iowa Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Dean Nellls, daughter, Renwick; and Mr. and Mrs. Will Miller and Mrs. Tom Toy, Mt. Carmel, Pa. Ham T. Wickerman, who had spent most of the summer with his daughter, Mrs. Peterson. Mr. Vickerman had been sick of late. He spends every summer here. Clifford Krantz drove to Minneapolis Saturday for the week-end with Elvina Danlelson, who accompanied the Andrew Petersons on a tour of the south and east, the party getting homo last Thursday. The Rev. Mr. Killlan preached at the local Lutheran church Sunday in place of the Rev. H. W. Schoenlein, pastor, who is away on vacation. The Edw. Callies daughter Irene, who Is teaching beauty culture at Minneapolis, came home Sunday, but. will go back this week Wednesday. Vance Reibsamen, Washington, D, C., arrived recently to visit relatives. He was accompanied from Henning, Minn., by Ruth Gartner. The Corneal Fenengs, of South Dakota, visited at the Rev. Fremont Faul's Monday. They were en route to the world's fair. The Harry Beed son Charles formerly lived there. Mrs. Guido Sartor and her daughter Donna Jean drove to Buffalo Center Saturday to visit the former's parents. The Rev. A. H. Wood, of the Good Hope Methodist church, was in town Sunday afternoon. Kathryn Schram, who spent last week visiting relatives in Fort Dodge, came home Sunday. The Antono Pannkuks, Blooming Prairie, Minn., spent Indian day here last week Wednesday. The Ernest Hansens, of Rudd, and the Earl Hansens, Swea City, spent Indian day here. Dorothy Jacques, Chicago, will spend a week or more visiting the Dr. Pierre Sartors. Gordon Nelson, of Clear Lake, spent Indian day Wednesday visiting Pauline Blakley. The Rev. Mr. Wippemann, Morgan, Minn., and his family spent Friday here. Edith Gardner, Graettlnger, is now in the employ, of Mrs. Carl F, Mrs. H. C. Schweppe her bridge club Tuesday. Rudolph Larson recently chased a new Chevrolet. Boyd Pannkuk and Ben wer«f Mason City Thursday. Callies. The Jay Budlonga and _ Budlong were at Mason City Thnx*s, day. It. L. Krantz drove to Sioux Cfl&< Monday on a business mission. . William Schram recently rode fit- Chicago on a stock train. aononnnonoi COLD WAVE COMING Repair your furnace or boil* sr early and save yourself grief later. HOLTZBAUEirS TIN Plumbing, Heating Sheet Metal 117 S. Dodge. Phone 8$?; n on Q DQIQ ninoncs went to Hampton Friday week with relatives. The for a Beeds Nearly everyone stops at— Hotel KIRKWQDD sMoines "A Room and bath for two and a half »^£ Over 6,000 entries from the blue- bloodcd show herds of 21 states, la the largest show of its kind in North America. Thousands of farm exhibits, farm bureau projects, Department of Agriculture exhibits, 4-H demonstrations. Gorgeous Century of Progress pyrotechnic ipectncle every night. Amazing, dazzling. 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