Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1937 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 12, 1937
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|A¥, OCfOSjm 12, 1937. IE HAS A IAUTY SHOP IT GORWITH and Irvington Yoi KOSSUTH COUNTY /TWANGE, ALGONA. IOWA PAOfi FIVB Seneca Juniors to Give a Class Play This Week th Married rac class play, Henry Tells the be presented in the school ,.„, Oct. 11—The marriage iJ'nuay evenings The [thy, daughter of Mr. and Loretta Crowley K |W. Stephens, Corwith, and Florence Woodb'eck VireM xv IP' IB. Robison, Irvington, took Bonnie Dyers, R 0 y IloinnV „„ ir I week ago Saturday at the ona Olin s , Harriet oZn u I ^ Methodist church Fort Burt, Betty Kennedy , fen Do •The Rev. George Gilbert, son, Robert Lynch lofficiated. The couple was Smith. The plot is ' . by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Louise Albright cncairnri n ad, brother and sister-in-law , times but loans ' her nr • H 00 bride, and tho bride wore a , husband each time lust hofnrn M llored dress with gold satin I marriage coronwny is to ho „ and accessories to match, j formed. MUM Stolg is' drioctL the ephens wore rose satin, production. "-cimj, tne accessories. Robison was graduated Renwlck high school in JO.A later she attended a Sentinel, | school at Des Moines. For recently. School Has Own Newspaper , of tho school paper, appeared Editor-in-chief J» news, = th •P. O i«"<—i uuu juuiurs. Doretta Crowley, third and fourth grades and sophomores, Le Roy C, at Corwith, which she will ' Margaret Lentsch te to operate. Mr. Robison j Bollig; cartoonist 11934 graduate of the Algona ' iool, and has since been with his father. npils Go Skating— th high school pupils had ling party at Lake Cornelia Jenlng last week. They made In the school bus, driven jiprge Riggle. On the return short distance from Kani bus hit a horse that was the road, and considerable was done to the radiator, jrepatrs being necessary be- could proceed. JTorliers Make Yislt— Gleaves, accompanied by im Donald and the latter's puffalo, N. Y.,.brought Mrs. S. om^son and Joe Williamson school paper. Senccans (o Armstrong Shower— Sonocans who attended a post nuptial miscellaneous shower fo in T °u7 rmiter - rr - the forme lone Dolllg at Henry Irmiter's Si »™n| Str0ng Ia6t WCek Monda evening, were Mr. and Mrs J w Bollig, daughter Donna Jean the A I. Paulson's Mr. and Mrs. Joh Lcnnhan the Mike Kennedys Mr and Mrs. Howard Richards Mis. Jos. Kennedy, Mrs. R Campbell, and Velda Johns. ' Kccent NcwlyweibTsiiowercd— 1 ho Modern Mixers met at Mrs Fred Jensen's Wednesday, and < feature of the meeting was a mis eellaneous shower for Mrs. Arthu BJoh Mr . srades and LAKOTAN IS WINNER IN A 8, C ONTEST Lakota, Oct. 11 _ Acorn club members were invited to a 6 Thurs- City Mrs. Arthur Clausscn, Swea City spent from Sunday till Thursday at tho parental F. E. Jensen's o clock Mexican luncheon guests of thG - „_- ,..„ owutl ^ uy last week from a visit at Thursday club, and 14 attended Six Mr. and Mrs. Donald. members of the Fenton Woman's are spending a vacation ' club and Mrs. H. E. Woodward, of his parents at Baxter. He is nist in the United States : dye factory at Buffalo. Wermersen Critically Sick and Mrs. Harry Merriam returned from Rochester they visited Mrs. Merriam's er-in-law, George Wermersen •recently underwent an opera- Bit a hospital there. He is kept |r an oxygen tent and has been a blood transfusion. Mr. jnersen is well known here, bg lived here many years. |ther Corwlth-Falrriew. .. Baptist Mission Circle met iweek with Mrs. Harvey Han, who was assisted by her sis- \nna Meyers. Devotions were arge of Mrs. Armand Tabb, |Portia Johnson led the lesson, of a new series on. Re- ping Rural America. A box j packed to send to the Indian lion at Polac, Ariz. jbil Ward and the Musical Or_ conducted a service at the it Baptist church last week Bday evening. They are- hold| meetings at the Fifth Avenue rtist church at Humboldt, and ; e accompanied her by the pas- |lhere, the Rev. Andrew Peter- I he Boy .Scouts held a weekly . at the schoolhouse one |last week, and Scout principles I the requirements for the merit [ge were discussed. Vidal Bonn|ter passed requirement No. 9, of the first-class requirements. he Queen Esthers met last week Maxine Perkins, and the les, in charge of Betty Scace, was Ithe firs't chapter of the new Ik, Highland -Heritage. A pot- It supper was-served. Thirteen nbers attended. Methodist W. H. M. S. met i day last week at Mrs. Clifford JPlegate's, with Mrs. Al Brown listing. The lesson, In charge -• —'• 'luwutltllu, Ui. wmttemore, were also guests. Following the luncheon a program of Mexican music by club members and a travelog of a trip through part of Mexico was given by Miss Huff, the third grade teacher in the Swea City school. The guests were then divided into groups and each group was given highly colored crepe [Taper, scissors and pins with which to dress one of the group to represent a Mexican woman. Mrs. Carl Gertzema of the Lakota club, won first prize by real contest methods of ap- Lakota-Ledyard. The Rev. Mr Nelson has served this charge sinci June 1, 1935, and his removal L regretted. Everett O'Keefe is Dead- Mr, and Mrs. Alfred O'Keefe re ce-ived word Thursday of the dath of their son Everett at his home in Monterey, Minn, where he took his own life with a gun. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the Methodist church 'in Lakota with the Rev. Harvey Nelson in charge. Olive Lewis Wed .Tone 12— Relatives here received announcements last week of the marriage of Olive, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Charles Lewis Sr. and ' Harvey Reed, of the Algona vicinity, June 12 at Sioux Falls, S. D. The young folks will live on the Reed farm north of Algona. IMrs. A. R. Gardiner, was on •Idhood Journeys Into Christian Bzeaship. fee J. G. Studers were dinner ists of the Conways at 'Swea J last week Sunday. The Studer Pghter Bernita, who had been filing the Conways, came home w her parents. »r. and Mrs. Dick DeBoest. of Bterloo, and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Pofnagle, Dallas Center, visited punsday at Robert Masterson's. i women are sisters. lorence Hardcopf is at the Ma' City Mercy hospital, where ^nad an operation for appendi- • Anna Oxley is seriously sick ' nome with heart trouble. amateur plause. Modern Home is Described- Mrs. Earl Grabau entertained the Acorn club last week Wednesday afternoon with 13 members present. Following tho business meeting Mrs. Gertrude Schissel read a paper on modern conveniences in the home. She- gave a sketch of the new 28-room house costing $120,000 recently completed in Des Moines by the Earl Butlers citing some of :he usual and unusual electric devices in this home. The remaining time was spent learning the art of choral reading. Mrs. Ida Smith will be hostess October 21. Attend Federation Meeting— Mesdames 0. C. Schissel, W. E. ey H. H, Murray, Harry Warbur- :on, Alton Anderson, William Turey, Delia Smith, I. E. Wortman, 3dgar Inlay, and J. H. Warburton attended a meeting of the county Williams drove t federation nt the Methodist church week ago Friday ast week Tuesday and report a splendid meeting, with more than 50 women registering. Mrs, Rob toy Cerney, Mason City, who appeared on the program, was much enjoyed by those present. Four rural clubs will entertain at the Jarch meeting. F. «. Elliots Have Son- Friends here received announcements last week of the birth of a son to Mr, and Airs. F. G. Elliott at Corvallis, Mont., October 4. He has been named Floyd Adolphe for both grandfathers. The Elliotts went to Montana more than a year ago, ,but previous to then worked on the farm for Ray Kahler, south of town. Shower for Two Couples— A group of 25 relatives gave a post-nuptial shower at Ernest Worlman's Wednesday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Wortman and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis Jr. Many lovely gifts were received by the happy couples. Son for Hugh Gordons— A son was born- to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gordon a week ago Monday at the Mason City hospital. Mrs. Gordon was formerly Helen Penny. Other Lakota News. 'Charles Eggerth, a hybrid corn enthusiast, has approximately 200 bushels of corn drying in the Swea City hatchery. This <s Iowa hybrid 931 for which Mr. Eggerth paid $3 a pound lost spring for the foundation seed. This corn has been twice inspected and passed by the college for certified seed. Emma Gutknecht attended, a :ounty 4-H club meeting at Bancroft last week Tuesday. Miss Forbes, specialist, helped the club leader to write ttie project for the year's work. Mesdames Guy Beemer, Frank Xrall, Lyman Needham, and Robert Williams drove to Des Moines a . on a shopping trip, returning the same day. Mr, and Mrs. Cyrus Renshaw drove to Eagle Grove a week ago West Bend Raymond Wilson has been eick he home. View club held a lunch• Franklin hotel last week !?• H - Daubendiek, Anita spent -way at W. H. Daubendiek's. Kenneth Miller was a week-end at Fort Dodge. mbu' Jos> Graham, daughter urii» aDd Nellle and J6nnie •JHmyer went to Rochester Fri- ning Juanlta Pastor Sent to Lu Verne— The Rev. Harvey Nelson, who has been the local Methodist minister here, has been transferred to the church at Lu Verne, and the Rev. Mr. Hammer, pastor at Bradgate-Ruf,land, will be in charge of .Sunday and spentthe day with Mr. and Mrs. Arch'Fedge, who recently moved there from Lakota. George Wallentine and Mrs. Jerry Heetland drove to Algona Thursday to attend a county Farm Bureau meeting in the new postof- fice building. Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Heetland and Charles Eggerth attended the Farm Bureau board meeting at Burt a week ago Monday night. Mrs. Wade Ball and Mrs. R. L, Williams recently attended a county Legion Auxiliary meeting at Mrs. 0. Graham's. Henry Eggerth spent the first part of last week at Shenandah. Calf IH Hit by Car. Irvington, Oct. 11—The Leonard Arndorfer car struck a calf belonging to Barney Capesius on the Ridge Road recently. The animal had to'be killed. Former Algonian, Sister of Sexton Man, Dies on Coast ,, . student nurse there, came r them *° vl sit her par- and Mrs. A. Hanson. . . Mrs< jr ° hn Kan!Mr',"*T 1 "' Sunda y at Bob Day's. ,«r and Mrs. Myron Boos attend- a y fo °tball. game at Ames Satur- IfcV,^; dau snter was born to »y. l Mr «-. R - /-Campbell Tues- was once a The Sexton, Oct. 11—A. L. Greenfield received a telegram Thursday morning from Santa Cruz, Calif, telling of the death of his sister Mrs. W. J. Smith, the former Grace Greenfield. Mrs. Smith died Wednesday afternoon following an operation. Mrs. Smith was born October 9 1883, near Rhodes, la., Marshall county, and moved with her parents to a farm near West Bend in the spring of 1895. January 22, 1902, she was married to W. J. Smith, of Manlius, 111., a brother of Mrs. A. L. Greenfield. They lived in' and near Algona till 22 years ago, when they moved to California. She is survived by her husband and one daughter, Irma Hastings, Fresno, Calif., and one son. A daughter died several years ago. Burial will be In Porterville, beside her mother and father. Mr. Greenfield was unable to attend the funeral. Mis. Francis Suffers Stroke- Mrs. Laura Francis, who makes L y ' hBM r- Campbell * Bhe >- jn the local V. K. M. S. met T. W. Williams. Mrs. .L.aura r-rauwa, "4..V, '"""— William Metzger, !her home with her daughter, Mrs. • v. * _ ml. ^« nr «y^n AO OT Ar TflWH. 3111"' • . - . auLfdMrs. William Mefzger, her home with her daughter, Mrs. idthBT Iola> Jos ' Banwart Sr., •' Dale Thompson, east of town, suf- atvfiv ° s> BawarU Jr. and son^red a stroke last week Tuesday taea tito ., Jr. and sonlfered a ov.—~ --— ••--• ,,- Friday from a!morning. She was taken - ™ .ivjgin, p eorift) ftBd Chicago.! General hospital, Algona, • anH " Forsythe left.McMahon t» 0 'w« i*' WSfl! « r f °* ~" The S 6 * 8 vacatton. f vl ^f^ ^ ^Nftry 4 Mr, to^ wra. Ray Forsythe left.McMahon. Wesley. She Is under TuesAay for Chicago on care of Doctor Andrews, and.her lira vaA«4f H . I-*—ji*irt« nraa rannrtGa £L8 CritlC**-I* live are ctiro v* jfwv*/* <-»*-»w" — •.- -T condition was reported a Sextow WomaB'8 Btotftcr Other Sexton Mrs. BEftryey Steven received word Thursday of the death of her brother, George Wermersen, Miller S,. D. Mr. Wermersen had an operation for cancer at Rochester, Minn, from which he never recovered. Mrs. Steven and family left Saturday morning for 'Miller to attend the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Francis, Webster City, and Mrs. Howard Mason and Mrs. Glenn Francis, Corwith, spent Thursday afternoon at Dale Thompson's, and they, with Mrs. Thompson, went to Algona to see their mother, Mrs. Laura Francis, who is a patient in the General hospital. GLASS into glass replaced while yon wait, We carry a com* plete stock of window glass, GREENBERG Auto Supply Phone 118 EAGLE GIRL AND ALGONA YOUTH WED OCT. 2ND Swca-Eagle, Oct. 11 — Vanita Thorson daughter of T. L. The rson, of Eagle township, became the bride of Earl Byson, son of Mi. and Mrs. John Byson, of Algona, in a wedding at 3 o'clock a week ago Saturday at the home: of the bride's parents. The ceremony was I performed by the-Rev. R. E. Swanson of the Immanuel Lutheran cliurch Swea City. Attendants were Mr! and Mrs. Lloyd Thoreson. A deception was held after the ceremony and dinner was served to 85 guests. Out of town guests were Mi 1 , and Mrs. John Byson Mr. and Mrs George Miller, and Mr. and BCrs I. Seeman and children, of Aljona; i, r ,'i/ nd M J 8 ' Carl Eckborg and children, Mason City; Mrs. Anna Nelson and son, Peoria, 111.; I and Mrs. Charles Nelson, Havelock Mrs. Byson is a gradual of Armstrong high school andl the Hamilton business college, Aason uty. She has naen employed bv the agricultural conservation! administration at Algona, and! the past year at Des Moines. ! The couple 'left at once to start Housekeeping at Anamosa where Mr Byson is employed by 1 the 3tQ,te, \ Birthday is Observed— Mrs. Harold Jones -had James Preston, Donald Blair and Robert Anderson as supper guests last week Tuesday in honor of he'r son Gordon's sixth birthday. A birthday cake, Halloween decorations the youngsters. Two New IJarns Ilullding— ,r, Th ,? He 'e ers(m Bisters and Mrs. Virgil Blomstcr are having a new block barn built on their farm where Millen Jenson is tenant. Ellsworth and Jones plan to have work begun soon on a 32x43 barn on their farm where William Krumm lives. Three Clmriraris nro Given— ' Neighbors and friends gathered at Ed Fisher's a week ago Monday mgnt and pleasantly surprised Mr and Mrs. Serl Fisher. Mrs. Fisher was Ruth Anderson, of Silver Lake township. The evening was spent socially and lunch was served at a late hour. Shower Given at Itingsted— Mrs. Herold Hanson was honored at a miscellaneous shower last £,l e L^ 6S ! ay . at , HMr «- ™s Flint's, ide received many served. -— . and lunch ™* gifts, Swea-Eagle News. A group of friends and relatives from Ringsted charivaried Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hanson the same evening. Mrs. Hanson before her marriage was Zella Hanson, daughter of Axel Hanson, of Armstrong. A group of friends charivaried Mr. and Mrs. Henry Irmiter last week Tuesday night. Mrs. Irmiter was lone Bollig, of Seneca, before her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cady, formerly of Eagle now living near Fairmont, visited a week ago Sunday at E. S. Bergeson's. Former Burt Man Suicides. Burt, Oct. 11—Burt people ceived word of the suicide shooting of Everett O'Keefe ^ Monterey, Minn. Funeral services were held at Lakota Friday. Mr O'Keefe operated what is now the Pringle cafe for a few months several years ago. re- by at ONLY A WOMAN Really Appreciates This P H O N E 2 2 9 SHE PREFERS Norton coal with its minimum of smoke, soot and ash and its maximum of heat and comfort... SHE APPRECIATES our courteous drivers who make delivery with a minimum of muss and a maximum of care . * . SHE APPLAUDS our wide variety of coals to fit every pocketbook from good low-priced coals to best higher-priced coals ... SHE KNOWS delivery of Norton coals will be made at her convenience, promptly upon request. !| F. S. Norton & Son 1 LUMBER AND COAL "Not Just Service—SUPER Service" prices. 28tl and plenty eats were enjoye'd ORDER YOUR RUBBER STAMPS I inks, and other supplies. Quick from the Advance. Stamp pads,) service, dependable work, fair A ALGONA'S NEW PAINT WALL PAPER Covering Pratt & Lambert Paints Distributors Armstrong Linoleums Two Lines of Wall Papers ,K. S, Cowan, Grand Opening Tuesday, October 12 One can of Pratt & Lambert quick drying enamel and brush will be given to each of the first fifty housewives visiting our store. ' Algona s only exclusive paint, wall paper and floor covering store is now open, presenting a $15,000 stock of all grades The paint stock is the most complete of any concern outside of !Ufoi?T** Cl * ie » m ' tl ? e .« t . ate ', and color8 are handled from the smallest s)ze to bulk jobbing lots. \ ^ 9 It will be our purpose to give you the best in product, service and complete satisfaction in performance. Bring in your paint! wall paper or floor'covering questions to Mr, Phillips, who has had several years experience in large paint stores in the cities. In opening thisstore we have established in Algona a big city service for both the householder and the professional painter. We ask that we may have an opportunity to be of service on your next pamt, wall paper, linoleum job. Call for window glass, installed in your window frame, WMKWW Wooster Brushes .JT Window Glass Weatherstrip Capitol Rock Wool Insulation COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO /ln^ l. A lf T»» _ _» f* ,. '- _ ^^^ ^^F 1 wner One-half Block Soutli of Jowa State Bank Paint, Wall Paper, Unolewm, Gla**, Enamel*, Varnishes Graily Phillips, Mgr. Phone 875,

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