Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1937 · Page 3
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SEPTEMBER 14, 1937. IHOOL CHILDREN tOULD ENJOY PERFECT VISION FOR THEIR WORK IAVE THEIR EYES EXAMINED NOW W. OPTOMETRIST SUPER-COACH in Chicago, Omaha, Salt Lake City, California DEPOT ALGONA HOTEL P] 1(mo 2 62 r&BSTflTE The Builder ke life too You will out of it (iod floors jautify the years to lakes floors |to clean. .„ your first hodernlzing. Sized coun- Jiere people fbirds, then oillions to insects. ood floors. ve served this com- bn that im- Iwork. We apt service. just ac- lis proposal, jize ring do r?" he ask- f about two We got excited when somebody told us they were selling 13 2-cent stamps at the postoffice for a cent and a quarter. But it's a fact. One cent and one quarter. An Algona man has been fined for having his car overhauled. It was overhauled by a traffic cop. One lady reports that her husband's average income is about 1 a. m. You heavyweights •would feel better if you put the car in the garage and walked to work. Modernize! It can be done at less cost than you think. Talk with us. Our architect is at your service. By day or contract —we offer you a building service that is experienced and reliable. Most family trees need a little pruning. Why wait longer to build? This is the ideal time. May wo call at your home to talk the matter over? Phone 256. If you're thinking of doing some remodeling, we'll bet there isn't anything that would be appreciated as much as a basement floor. We'll deliver the cement for it. WESLEY HORSES AMONG VICTIMS OF EPIZOOTIC Wesley, Sept. 13-^Dr. F. A. Bonn- stctter says .some 125 horses in this community have been or aro affected by sleeping sickness. About 75 per cent have boon saved, but tho porcentiiKC may bo lowered if tho epidemic runs to a crisis. The Frit/, brothers, north of town, have had the largest number—six—of horses Kick, hut had lost only one up to Saturday. Jos. Ferstl and Julius Soilcr have lost two each and nave- line! others sick. The farmers are using all nearby rendering works for disposition of dead horses. S. S. (Jlass Has a Tarty- Mrs. Loslor Larson entertained nor Young People's class in Sunday school Wednesday evening. Attending: Louis Simpson, Leonard Alno, Mildred Funnemark, Ethel Flom, Irene Johnson, Violet Simpson, Raymond Carlson, and young Swan.son. Throe members were unable to bo present—Helen Swel- lund, Mervyn Diamond, who was sick, and Harold Hanson, who had left for DCS Moines to attend the American Institute of business. Son for Gilbert Itciischotcrs— Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Benschoter, Whittemoro, are parents of a boy, born September 4 at the Kossuth hospital, their third child, the other two being Leon and Linda. Mrs. Benschoter, some years ago, taught the primary grades here, her name tbon being Mary Olson, of Sexton. Mr. Bcnscbotcr is manager of the Farmers Elevator at Whittemore. The family moved from Kanawha to Whittemore last March. Two to St, Dial's College— Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Funnemark took their son Edward and daughter Mildred to Northfield Monday, and Edward has begun his second year, Mildred her first year, at St. Olaf's college. Edward will continue as part-time announcer for WCAL, broadcasting station of the college. Mildred was a 1937 senior in the local high school. Mrs. Golluor Critically Sick- Mrs. Andrew Gollner was taken to a hospital at Rochester Wednesday for examination and treatment. She has been, critically sick, and word Friday morning was of an alarming nature. Guy M. Butts left early that morning, with the three Gollner children, who were to spend the day at their mother's bedside. IOTSFORD LUMBER CO. one 256 JIM POOL, Manager ALGONA, IOWA t&fW THE WARRANTY ON THE DILATOR COMPRESSION UNIT IN THE U BUY TODAY ILL STILL BE IN EFFECT SO3 TERMS NOW AS LOW AS $10 Down j^cause the Norge cold- are a marvel of current-sparing """B mechanism moves slow- economy. This is only one of smoothly in a permanent the many unusual features I ^° 6 ^^ of oil, there is Norge offers you. Come in to- ion.t Warra "rty on the . day and see for yourself why I "ator Compression Unit- Norge gives you more £3gj Dilator's 3 moving jam for your money. ^SP' MARDSON'S FURNITURE CO. Wksrs Furoiture £*!!• Far KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA PAGE Kleins Return to Florida— The William Kleins left last week Tuesday for their winter home at Fairhope, Ala., after having been at their farm southwest of Wesley since early June. Mr. Klein did extensive improving on the already well equipped place. School opens at Fairhope September 30, and the children will attend. Willard Spangler is Married— Announcement has been received of the marriage of Willard, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Spangler, Everly, to Maurine Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hauber, Thursday, September 9, at Spencer. The couple will live at Spirit Lake after October 1, following a wedding trip to Chicago and Preeport, 111. New Junior High Teacher— Lorene Anette Johnson, of Lime Springs, has been hired to teach in junior high here, taking the place of Ve.lva Allen, who resigned a week ago to accept another position. For the present home economics will be discontinued, there seemingly being a shortage of teachers in that field. LIVERMORE SOCIAL SEASON IS OPENED BY GLUB MEETING Uvormore, Sept. 13—The social wheel has situ-Led rolling here with fall openings of club work. Mrs. W. P. Johnson opened her home Thursday for the initial meeting of tho Equality club with a 1 o'clock luncheon. The guests were seated at two long tables prettily decorated with garden flowers. Guests other than members were Mrs. T. T. Thompson, of Bode, and Mrs. J. Davitt and Mrs, Schacht, of Liver- moro. Mrs. Johnson was assisted by the calendar committee composed of Mrs. Louis Behounck, Mrs. Sidney Hoganson, Mrs. Carl Underberg, and Mrs. Pete Solar. Following the luncheon there was "Greeting" from the president, Mrs. W, P. Johnson, and Mrs. Louis Behounek gave a paper. "The Necklace." Mrs. T. T. Thompson, of Bode, pleased with musical numbers. New officers who took office arc Mrs. W. P. Johnson, president; Mrs. Mabel Phillips, vice; Mrs. Culvert Johnson, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Mario Hanson, recording secretary; and Mrs. J. F. Hamm, treasurer. The Twentieth Century club will have its opening day Tuesday with a 1 o'clock luncheon at Mrs. R. J. Oilman's. Now officers for the club are Mrs. William King, president; Mrs. Karl Baossler, vice; Mrs. Peter Solar, recording secretary; Mrs. John Olson, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Mabel Phillips, treasurer. Mrs. Chester Holcomb entertained the W. H. M. S. at her home Friday, and Mrs. F. R. Millett and Mrs. J. P. Holcomb were guests other than members. New officers for this organization are Mrs. C. E. Brown, president; Mrs. William King, vice; Mrs. H. L. Swanson, secretary; and Mrs. Chester Holcomb, treasurer. Mrs. V. V. Schuldt had charge of the lesson. The first meeting of the P. T. A. was held at the high school auditorium last week Tuesday evening. Prances Messer, of Humboldt, gavo an interesting talk. A duet by Mrs. Alan Cameron and Edward Roepke, with Mrs. Hamm as accompanist, was enjoyed. A playlet, Pooling the Agent, was a feature with Loraine Munson, Betty Olson, and Robert Opheim taking part. The meeting closed with community singing. Meeting the teachers, and serving of lunch followed. The lunch committee included Mesdames Cockrill, Hammond, Conley, Smith, and Stoddard. Mrs. P. R. Millett entertained the Friendly Neighbors club at her home last week. The time 'was spent sewing, and refreshments closed the pleasant time. Epidemic Found in Horses at Corwith Corwith-Pairview, Sept. 13 — Sleeping sickness is becoming prevalent among the horses in the Corwith vicinity. A large number of new cases has been reported, and a number of deaths have taken place. Cases reported a week ago included horses belonging to Albert Wermersen, Jacob Schubert, Robert Masterson, William Johnson, Albert Merriam, Glen Barracks, and Charles Oxley. , Leonard Alno to College— Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Alne took their son Leonard to Northfield, Minn., over the week-end, and he has enrolled as a freshman at St. Olaf's college. Leonard won a scholarship there for being the highest ranking boy in the 1937 senior class here. Mrs. Johnson lias Operation— Mrs. Garfelia Johnson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Plom Jr. to Mason City Wednesday, and next morning had a major operation at Mercy hospital. Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. R. B, Hopkins spent Sunday, September 5, and Labor day on a little tour. Sunday morning they drove to Le Mars, where they were guests till next morning of Ben's sister, Mrs. Dick Latham. Thence they drove to Worthington, Minn., where they spent tho day with Mrs. Hopkins' brother, a Mr. McGee, and his family. Mrs. Hopkins was formerly Mrs. McMurray, of Algona. Nina Mae Wagner, Bode, grand- duaghter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben P. Felt here, spent much of the summer with them, but is now attending the Hamilton School of Commerce at Mason City. She was graduated from the Bode high school this year. Florence Hilbert returns to Algona this week to resume employment at the Bockes home. A month ago she came home to help her parents during the sickness of her brother Arnold, who died. The Olaf Funnemark, Ole Flom, Henry Funnemark, and Lester Larson families attended the county fair last week Tuesday and had a pre-arranged picnic supper on the grounds. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fischer has returned from Ehnhurst, 111., where Mrs. Fischer visited the Oscar Er- icksons two weeks. Mr. Fischer drove to Elmhurst for her. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hall, Ohio, arrived Wednesday for visits with Walter's brother Rodney, the sisters Leota and Etta, and the aunt, Arabella McPherson. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Pearson and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Simpson, with Swan Pearson, motored to Chicago a week ago for visits with relatives of the Pearsons. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Wolfe took their son Clare to St. Paul one day last week, and he is continuing studies there for the priesthood. - , Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wlngert left Thursday for their home at Mission, Tex., following two weefcs MISSDITSWORTH, SWEACITY,WEDS HAROLD HESVICK Swea City, Sept. 13 — Vernette Ditsworth and Harold Hesvick were married last week Wednesday at the Baptist parsonage hen. The Rev. R. P. Bronlewee, pastor, performed a double-ring ceremony. Attendants were Hilda Hesvick, Swca City, sister of the bridegroom, and Robert Bryan, Estherville. The bride wore blue silk net over taffeta, with velvet p-cessories, and carried pink and white roses. The bridesmaid wore British tan silk and carried red and white ros- The new Mrs. Hesvick is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ditsworth, and she was graduated from the Swea City high school In 1934. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Hesvick, Swea lity. The newlyweds left for a honeymoon in Minneapolis and northern Minnesota. They will live with the elder Ditsworths till March, when they will begin housekeeping on the Hesvick farm, seven miles north of Swea City. Thursday Club Meeting Again— The Thursday club will resume sessions, after the summer vacation, this week Thursday at Mrs. Lena Bowman's. Mrs. Mary L. Heiken wil' be lesson leader, and the topic will be The Formation of Pan-American countries and the Monroe Doctrine. The studies for the year are Our Neighbors to the South and Fine Arts. Club officers are: president, Mrs. Grace Eckholm; vice, Mrs. Minnie Thompson; secretary, Mrs. Ada Scheler; treasurer, Mrs. Mary Leland. The program committee consists of Mrs. R. M. Minkel; Mrs. A. Schueler, and Mrs. Martin Dahl. Nine to Hibred Demonstration- Some local farmers drove to Rolfe last week Monday to attend "open house" at the Pioneer hibred seed corn experimental farm. They were William Thompson, Harry Linde, Frank Isaacson, William Evans, Arthur E. Anderson, Harold V. Jones, Edw. Posgren, and P. G. Torine. They were accompanied by W. A, Stoutenberg, Lone Rock, father-in-law of Mr. Jones. Missionary Society to Meet— The Lutheran missionary society will meet this week Thursday, and the devotional leader will be Mrs. Myron Johnson; program leader, Mrs. P. A. Holcomb, hostesses, Mrs. 0. L. Threson, Mrs. Lawrence Thoreson, Mrs. John Larson, Mrs. Ole Peterson, and Mrs. Myron Johnson. Lu Verne The Bert Thomases moved here last week from Rippey. Mr. Thomas is section foreman on the M. & St. L. The family lived here several years, but moved to Rippey about two years ago. There was no school Friday afternoon to allow the pupils an opportunity to go to the county fair. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Guy recently visited Mrs. Guy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Curran, at Naytahwaush, Minn. Violet and Luella Swlger were recent visitors at Windom, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Craig and Violet Craig, Mason City, spent a week ago Monday at W. F. Godfrey's. The Harold Woitos, Arnold's Park, visited his mother, Mrs. Ella Woito several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Diesch and son Roland, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Becker, New Glarus, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Groth, Middleton, Wis., spent a week ago Sunday and Monday at Henry Kubly's. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hof and Lawrence Hof, Stunner, went to Cass Lake, Minn., Wednesday for a few days' fishing. Recent guests of the John Phillips were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Larsen and Robert, of Minneapolis, and Mrs. D. E. Passmore, of Eagle Grove, and Mabel Kelley, Nora Springs. Freda Miller left a week ago Monday for Oshkosh, Wis., where she has employment in a hosiery mill. Mrs. Ray Watson and Mrs. Severt Christensen, Irvington, spent Friday with Mrs. Helen Trauger. Robert Trauger left Friday to visit friends at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kanning, Mrs. Henry Naunsen and son, Churdan, spent a week ago 'Monday with their mother, Mrs. R. D. Kanning. Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Meyer and George, and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Veschlage went to Des Moines Sunday, where they met Walter Vesch- lages went to Pulaski with, their son to make an extended visit. The woman's club season began Friday when 13 members of the J. J. club met with Mrs. Harry Lichty. Mrs. H. B. Mayer is president this year and plans for the year were discussed. Happenings of interest during the summer were given for roll call, and Mrs. Lloyd Zentner read a paper on the American Home. Mrs. Carl Goetech had charge of the social hour, and after reading a p"oeni on. school days conducted a series of games about school- here with relatives. Ruth Muehe has gone to Albert Lea to stay with her sister, Mrs. Albert Durkin, and attend high school. Mr. and Mrs. Leaner Seefeld attended the Minnesota, state fair last week Tuesday and Wednesday. Fenton, Sept. 13—Funeral services for Mrs. Henry Moore, whose Jcath following the birth of a daughter was mentioned in last week's paper, were held Friday, September 3, at the Methodist church, Emmetsburg, with the Rev. A. K. Gaard, Cylinder, and the Rev. Edward Pruitt, Emmetsburg, officiating. Interment was in the vergreen cemetery south of Emmetsburg. Mrs. Moore was Doris Maxine, Idest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. rcorge Weigand, now of Sioux !lty, formerly of Emmetsburg, and was born July 22, 1913, at Spirit ke. She was only 24 at passing. In 1915 tho family moved to Emmetsburg, and there she became a member of the Methodist church and Sunday school. The Weigands moved to Sioux City in 1929, and Doris transferred membership to the Whitfield Methodist church, where she was an active member of the choir, Epworth League, Sunday school, and in tho Standard Bearers. Graduation from the Central high school, Sioux City, took place in 1931. Later she was married to Henry L. Moore, Cylinder, and after marriage was confirmed in St. John's Lutheran church, Depow. Mrs. Moore is survived by her husband and infant daughter, Doris Harriet Mardelle, her parents, of Sioux City, a brother, George Henry Weigand, and two sisters, Florence and Lois Jessie, all of Sioux City. Four Return from Tonr— Mr. and Mrs. Roy Valvick, a son, and Lucille Peterson got home last week Tuesday from a tour to the Black Hills and Wyoming. They returned via Nebraska and Minnesota, Fiance Here for Funeral— Among persons from away who came for the funeral of Alice Hunt were Wilson Taylor and his brother, both of Omaha. Miss Hunt, who committed suicide, and Wilson Taylor were to have been married on October 3. Meet After Two Decades— Mrs. Josie Mortensen, St. Paul, and her son Henry were guests last week Sunday of Mrs. Merle Jacobs. Mrs. Mortensen and Mrs. Jacobs are sisters-in-law. They had not seen each other before in 20 years. I'astor Here Has Resigned— 0. C. Culbertson lately resigned as pastor of the Full Gospel Mission here, and A. O. Swanson, Minneapolis, is filling the pulpit till a new pastor is found. Other Swea City. Tho Rev. and Mrs. Bronlewee and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bronle- wee, the latter couple of Buffalo Center, drove to Rock Rapids last week Tuesday to visit an aunt who had been injured in an automobile accident. Mrs. Anna Larsen and her guests, Mrs. Alfred Johnson and Gladys Johnson returned last Wednesday from Sherburn, Minn., MRS, HENRY MOORE, KNOWN AT FENTON, DIES; BABE LIVES where they visited the Charles Landines. Mr. and Mrs. August X. Peterson and Mrs. Ida Larson were at Graettinger last week Tuesday, and Mrs. Larson called there on the Ralph Lotson's, formerly of Swea City. Bernice Pearson, of Sioux City, spent Labor day and the preceding Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olof Pearson. The Martin county, Minn., fair opened at Fairmont this week Monday night and will close Wednesday evening. Hannah, Esther, and Alice Oleson, of the Twin Cities, were guests last week at Reuben Oleson's. The W. C. T. U. meets this week Tuesday with Mrs. Jennie McCrary, Mrs. J. J. Anderson is topic leader. The Eastern Stars will resume regular meetings this week Tuesday night. Minnie Looft left last week Monday to resume teaching at Fori Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith were Fairmont visitors Friday. Clyde Sanders is visiting relatives in Indiana. Fenton's 4-H Glut Wins Fair Prizes Fenton, Sept. 13 — The Fenton Forwards participated in the annual 4-H club contest at the county fair and won prizes. The booth won second, and the demonstration team, Mary Ann Bohn and Marjorie Johnson, placed third. Prizes were on refinished furniture, 1st and 2nd to Dorothy Dreyer; coverlet, second, dressing table, third, wastebasket, third, sofa pillow, second, all by Irene Krause; slip covers, second, Mary Ann Bohn. Many Fenton club members won blue and red ribbons on exhibits in the junior department at Floral hall. The next meeting of the Penton Forwards will be held at Faith Finnestad's next Saturday. JfOTICE Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received by the secretary of the Board of Education of the Independent School District of Algona, Iowa, at the high school building at Algona up to the hour of 7:30 p. m., Wednesday, September 15, 1937, for the alterations in the heating plant in the Bryant school building, in accordance with the plans and specifications prepared by B. E. Landes, mechanical engineer, Des Moines, Iowa. Proposals must be accompanied by a certified check for 5 per -cent of the amount of the proposal, payable to the secretary of the above As Seen in Vogue and Harper's Bazaar Never a Dull Moment in Paradise Shoes 'WJUWWL There's never a dull moment when you wear Paradise shoes. For Paradise shoes are distinctive for beauty and style. Wear them for dancing or -walking and you'll find a new delight in wearing them. to $7.50 Kresensky's named school district. The successful bidder will be required to furnish an approved bond. Copies of the plans and specifications may be seen at the office 3f the engineer and at the Algona high school building, and may be obtained upon application to the engineer. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. BOARD OP EDUCATION OP THE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL. DISTRICT, OP ALGONA, IOWA. By LEORA K. ST. JOHN, 51-52 Secretary. Small Loans Up to $300 05 AUTOMOBILES LITE STOCK HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETft 'Prompt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO text to Upper Des Moines office* Phone 125 Algona, Iowa SMART FOR FALL IN . -?riG0od Housekeeping You can have those popular MULTI-COLOR CROSS-STRAPS ... HIGH GORED PUMPS... NEW SQUARE TOED STYLES ... and OTHERS .. ..in all the new Fall colorSj.-.TaSie.jyour choice! Kresensky's SHOES HOSIERY DRESSES Tailored KNIT Striped motif meeting chevron - like in the bodice, diagonally in the -slightly -flared skirt. 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