Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1937 · Page 5
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attAY, QQTOJfttk 10,1937. IXItlABYAT fESLEY flMR PARTY ,.,.„,, Oct. 18 — The Legion HUary is holding the fall bridge dance party Thursday night to in the Wile Is Invited. The feilar meeting was held Tuesday w,t and 300 popples were ordered the annual sale next May. All •rlbutions have been sent in to nartment and district headquar- i.land clothing in the amount of FKO had been sent to Robert S., adoRted boy. Twelve women, Mrs. Ben F. Felt, responded carpet sewing bee and radio Irtv at the L. L. Lease home lednesday afternoon, with Mrs. fcorge Aldrlch and Mrs. Anthony Imson as co-hostesses. Mrs J. T. Meurer, Americanism ..airman, reported that J, D. Lowe, fell known Legionnaire and at- rney at Algona, will be speaker Wesley for the Armistice day gram to be held at 2:30 o'clock Armistice day afternoon. The Jrt regular meeting will he held | x t week Tuesday. \ I Ecd Cross Stcctlng— L,. L. Lease, local Red Cross airman and Mrs. Arlo Dawson, KOS3UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA THE NEWS ATIRVINGTON Mrs. George Johnson had misfortune to suffer a severe .. sprain a wec.k ago Thursday but recovering after a series of medical treatments. Mesdames John Weber, Hal Skilling, Hugh nancy, George Johnson, John Johnson, Perry Phim pBl and T~l,., o_i...,_ wcrc - recovering Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Wadlelgh plan o move some time, after corn pick- they can • OUS ' C - in Alg ° na ' where daughter, there. school is reported that Mr. and who attended the Plum Cree^ Mn.. FranclB San ortLu Verne held al the T ary 80C !° ty mectln ? turn "^ at Hl ° fa ™ till they ?£ Ferguson, Algona. Mrs. Crouch was hostess. Roberta Skllling, teacher al Ashton, spent last week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Skillln- A family dinner Emma )cen employed at the farm for some time. was served at Wadlelgh The Jess Bedells, of Pipestone, Minn, are here looking after business interests. <V large stone which was dragged n * l-l n .^. J-1-11- „ . , _ CJO" tended the funeral of Cecil Collison at Elmore last week Tuesday. Mr. Collison was a mason and his death came as a shock. He was found dead in his car a week ago Sunday morning. Pot Luck Supper Planned— The Methodist Aid will have a pot luck supper at the church Thursday afternoon. The business meeting is at 3 o'clock. Guests are cordially invited. JOS, ZANKE, PORTLAND, WED 40 YEARS AGO Portland, Oct. 18—Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zanke celebrated their 40th ternoon. They have a daughter three years old. Neighborhood" women were entertained at a quilting party at Mrs. George Lannig's Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baas were entertained at 600 Thursday even- Ing at Del Fitch's. 'Mary Tjaden, teacher in Dist. No. 6, visited Thursday evening at Will Grover's. The Louis Larsens, Hurt, visited Thursday at S. M. Peterson's. reTo" Algona Wednesday night *™ ™?» nm * li " esl W " C so fax -satrsf sus r~ ~ '—•»"•« K '£$,*,, ™'^^is. A x™ z zr rr i °"-"" responsible for the K P Honeys storoy ' s sister, Viola Olson, Park driving a Plymouth instead of thel Raplds> Mlnn -» who came to visit usual green Chrysler. The rock! SGVoral days at the store y home. """ " '" ' ' ~ ' 1 • i ---y-'-v*!. 4. 1.HJ 1 VJUIY. I mi- T^ * !!* ™ n8 L do . rabl ° ««"»age to the!, Cheney _and - • ...»., tj\^ t v {ji_| vit. •-•----•-••••• iT*iivii»T tin 141 tlli titJQ. the John Weber home. Ouosts were' ! nl ° tho mi ddle of the road with, , „ the Alvin Webcrs, Lu Verne, Henry < llcavy clo(is of earth by the countv ' Sl B ' Al storev dr °ve to Webcrs, Corwith, Ralph Webers i ln <iintainer Thursday moraine il i Fairm ont Saturday and met Mrs. Bancroft, and Walter Barrs Al- '"" —' u ' " •• — - 6 sfm-n^'o „!„»„_ TTS_I_ ^, — ^>_^i. gona. ' ' Mrs. George- Johnson and daughter Marjorie attended a post-nuptial shower at Mrs. Ira Kohl's honoring Mrs. Stanley Larsen lost week Tuesday evening. 'Mrs. J. Harms, who lives on the John Weber tenant farm, has been seriously ill, but is recovering. Mrs. Glen Black, DCS Moines, has been at the Edw. Ellsworth farm in the absence of her mother, Mrs. Ditsworth, who spent several days in Illinois following the death of her father, Gustavo Schilke. IJanU Itulldlnp Remodeled— jweacimg anniversary Wednesday dolr^y^t'and^ SKST. tKXn^lffl? 8 the "-1 !««»«* ¥'• ^n^^gr.Vr. 0 : 0 * Other Ledynrd News. Mrs. H. D. Mayne and Wallace, bottom of the car. Mrs. Mabel Potter was a dinner guest at 0. L. Miller's Thursday . L. Douglas, and husband, Minot, N. D., walked in. This was a great surprise for both couples, as the North Dakota people just came ot this time, not thinking of the anniversary, even though the date was the 13th. 'Mrs. Douglas and Mrs. William Bourne, a guest, had an enjoyable A - Depping I visit, as they were classmates at evening. FAREWELL IS GIVEN PASTOR ATLEDYARD win ninir ™,. F T T-T u " WUK " elu '" lne •Mecnoaiat nT wpi ? k £°™J^j d £ ! ° h v rch fo ; R vf v - and Mrs - Harvey ULSIUOS, Nelson, who have been transferred to Lu Verne. A short program was given: piano numbers, Alvira Halvorson; poems, read by Jean Estle; duet, Marjorie and Jean Gable, and a pl: ano solo by Beulah Looft. Games her am i contests of various kinds were . .... Sk.lling star editor Wash' C i- whe / c she 's employ- Wednesday after spending sev- l!? r P«ontB, Mr. 'the and Mrs> Dick Skill 'ie here. : weeks ago she accompanied Two &",'treasurer: trustees, J. F.'^'"-' and M - r - ermyer, Dr. Melvin Bourne, and" ls own> Bl town chairmen. In the county. I is for the annual membership i call were discussed and in-1 'ructions given. This year the lo- Study club will sponsor hnual membership roll call drive j Wesley which, will begin fember 11, continuing till Thanks- I 1 "' 0 ' " il « ul " ;"' u son . lo lnolr ""me to about 15 pe0 ple. I?.!\,^ i.«t. vp«.r th P . innnl after several days with the Dickj ncr presented the Nelsons with a for-1 gift of silverware, and the Rev. Mr. I Nelson responded. Robert to Kentucky to take plaved and then Iunch was served Bagur and son to their homo to about 15 people . H< M- Gran . day. Last year the local ™"\. several da ' nch collected 'in |4<T.50 in mem- ; ^'"inKB. Mrs. mgur was .ships and contributions for roll merrr ^ ° T ". uTdTc ,Sk.ll,ng. left Saturday for Waukon to visit! the old Algona Normal college. Mr. Depping's brother Elvin Dep- Mr. Zanke presented his wife ping, who is a senior at Sheboy- with a lovely plant and several gan, Wis., expected to be there other beautifnl gifts. al s°. I Thirty people enjoyed the even- The Rev. P. A. Sturm, Josephine | Ing at cards and visiting. The Zan- Wiedmeier, and her niece fromjkes have four children, two girls and one son living in California, and one daughter, Mrs. Robert Harvey, living in Union township. The Zankes own a fine farm with all modern improvements a mile east of Burt. Former Neighbors Guests— Former neighbors of the George Lannings when they lived near Rolfe were Thursday dinner guests at the Lanning home. Other Portland. Mrs. Del Fitch painted the new 12x30 henhouse on the George Stone farm Tuesday and Wednesday. The new building is a replacement of the one blown down a year ago. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Woltz are parents of a son, born Friday af- Carroll, Mrs. Mary Welch, and Glenn Dyer, visited the Grotto at West Bend a week ago Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton left Thursday for Creston to spend a week with Mr. Clayton's folks. The Asa Warner family .visited at Clarence Ackerson's in Bancroft a week ago Sunday. Mrs. Howard Jensen had an attack of inflammatory rheumatism last week. George Thompson and Duane were at Swea City Friday evening. Mary Ellen Galagan spent the week-end at her home in Rockwell. Alice Hagge was in Swea City Wednesday on business. Mrs. Horan and Glenn Dyer were at Elmore Saturday. Mrs. Leo Anderson was ill last week with the'flu. [Board Proceedings HUMHOI,l>T-KOS,SUTir JOINT IJKAIN NO. 2 Humboldt County Board of Sup- nrviors met with the Kossuth County jlonril of Supervisors, with the follow- In B members present: Humboldt Lounty, Uootheroyil, BavcruO, Wler, nuffmnn, nnd Sawyer: Kossuth County, McDonald, I-'razer, Baum, Cosgrovn, nnd Morris. Motion by MoDonnld nnd 2nd by Tlontheroyd that Saverude act as Chnlrmnn. Ayes: All. Motion by Bootheroyd and 2nd by Morris that Klnsey. County Auditor, act as Secretary. Ayes: All. 'J'hc minutes of the Innt Joint meet- ItiK were read as requested by the Chairman. Motion by Morris and 2nd by Huffman that the minutes of the last meeting be approved as read. Ayes: Afotlon by Boothoroyd and 2nd by MoUonald that Charles Chubb, en- fdneer, be appointed to make a preliminary survey to relay tile or deepen Bnfi.1 ditch to afford sufficient out let for the land Included In upper end of ilniin District H. K. Joint No. 2. This survey Includes that part of drain from the old Bulkhead to the road north between Section 17 and 8. The cost of the repairs not to exceed 10 per cent of original assessment. Ayes: All. Nays: None. By vote Motion carried. Motion by McDonald and 2nd by Bootheroyd that a ,new Bulkhead constructed fn H. K. Joint Drain N*. 2 to replace the old Bulkhead that was washed dut. Ayes; All. .". .. ..',-... Motion by Sawyer and 2nd by Mor* rls that the final estimate of John S« Rafdal for $3087.85 be approved ««d that the bond covering said contract be released. Humboldt 64.8 per cenB of estimate or $1002.03. Kosstith 45.2 per cent or $1305. 82. Ayes: All. ' Motion by Huffman and 2nd bf Baum that> there being no ttttOwf business the .Tolnt Board adjonr«» Ayes: All. Lewis Saverud, Chairman. B. S. Klnsey, Secretary ill, and the sum of $604.82 for the fiood relief. telts to Go to Florida— t The Ben F. Felt home was given modern The Jack Hahles, who recently | The Nelsons moved Wednesday to moved to Algona, have returned their new home in Lu Verne, and and are living with Henry Hahle,'while everyone/here regrets to see who lost his wife a few weeks ago. them leave, their move is an ad- Mrs. Vern Barker is confined to vancement. x*cit uuiijt; »u.a ftivcn i u j p.. Uluuclii addition last week I he " hed . « utfer . ln K from arthritis. .rough installation of an oil hum- 1 , The Aid Boc.ety met Thursday at. - - 1 oon at tne church parlor. Mrs. Aid Tea is Giveu-- leaving the lat- i tc " luu " ut Ule cnurcn parlor. Mrs. Friday evening Mrs. George ith for their an-' E ' H> Tll °mas and Mrs. A. McLean I Thompson entertained at the sec- winter's stay during foheir an at Rockledge, Pierre, S. ond in a series of Aid teas. One Aid member and six other guests their absence ! _. •,,,-,, lioir Hiiurhtor Mr* Al Wairnpr nnri D " came Wednesday for several fclh who^have"beeJi iK at **y* with the Paul Hudsons and the next tea. Guests were Mes- ^wlU makeT their hornl In the 1 her mother - Mrs ' Hattio Hudson,! dames Mary Welch, Jule Seifert, fSto£ ?r2J'have on"son! who Iiv f th ^ Mrs - Oaugemnaer Asa Warner, Albert Barnes B. A. -'•-'•' who will attend the local |ls ft filster Paul's. school, two older children! j£!±J^™ e !!"* 'J!™^™ ^ are invited, and the Aid guest has Storey, and D. B. Mayer. Jennie being employed iolo., and Nina Mae in Denver, attending UOL nul * UL ""' il " u (lamilton's husiness college at Ma- here ' went into the ™ m ? in A P ril ion City. Attend Church Celebration— i Mr. and Mrs. John Mullins, Betty I Marlys, drove to Allison last toe Tuesday to attend the Golden Anniversary celebration of the As- iOciated (Methodist and Congrega- llonal) church. Dr. Earl Roadman, president of Morningside college, ave the main address of the day. _ . Mullins was a former county,„„",/.; ,gent at Allison before coming to Lesley a number of years ago, an family livecl in Allison during at time. farewell Tarty is Given— Mrs. John Ormsby was honored hursday night at a party given by Royal Neighbor lodge at Mrs. Albert Kleinpeter's. The Ormsbys jare moving Monday to Britt, where [they are establishing their home the future, they having lived e two score years. Their home ere was sold recently to a Mrs. lO'Connor, who is coming to Wes[ley within a few weeks. He is stationed at San Francisco. Louis Gronbach, patient at an Iowa City hospital, is reported to be slowly recovering. He is still unable to feed himself and his mother is with him. The George Johnsons were guests at a duck dinner at the Leon Merritt's, Algona, Sunday. The H. T. Sabins were guests at the Stella Sabin home, Algona, Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Solomon and the Merrill Solomons, Spencer, Alice Sabin, and Lee Hiserodt, Algona. Nancy, small daughter of Mr. and ba's Jr. Little Jimmie Mullins spent several days last week visiting his cousin, Earl Chambers, at Corwilb. Marshall and Mrs. Frank Wellik drove to Forest City Tuesday on business. Teachers at Homecoming— Arlene Archer, Evelyn Cappel, and Robert Morris attended Homecoming at Cedar Falls Saturday. Miss Archer and Miss Cappel then went on to Independence to visit Miss Cappel's parents. Mr. Morris visited his parents at Nashua. Elmore Man Dies Suddenly— Mr. and Mrs. William Flynn at- H. W. POST j lirii)' and Transfer J STORAGE OFALL KINDS Long Distance Hauling Evnry load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. P.<iuipped to do all kinds of •iHiiling and I' II ON K giih AlL'onu. ln«v> Ililrtliilny Surprise Given— • I Gordon Loebig was pleasantly •surprised at his parental home Fri- 1 •day night when a group of his fain- ! lily and other relatives and friends •sprung a surprise party on him for i Ibis 20th birthday anniversary. Gor- , Idon is employed at Algona at the ! •Anderson Jack Sprat store, but [lives here with his parents, driving •tack and forth while weather per- Imlts. Other Wesley News. Mrs. May Miller, Algona, spent lall day Thursday her visiting her lltlend, Mrs. R, B. Hopkins. That pvening the Hopkinses took Mrs. iMiller to her home in Algona and •attended the Men's club dinner land program held at the Presbyterian church. I Several farmers in. this territory Itave completed corn-ihusking this lyear, and among them is Dale IStruthers, north of town, who had pome CO acres in corn, A corn pick- machine was engaged and av- leraged about 53 bushels to the |«cre. IB/' P- stu <ter spent last week at Ife! Dorado, Kan., where he visited line refining company works which IWPPliea much of the gas and oil •Bandied through, the local K. and •»• oil company, of which toe is sec- Itetary and manager. Kiii Eli Go °dnow, who has been m »g and confined to her home e closely, was taken to an Iowa hospital Wednesday in an am- nce where she is to be given examination and medical aid. 4r mbers <>f the Study club dis- IgB.sed with the usual literary pro- Th ui-sday afternoon and to- enjoyed a theater party at ' followed by a lunch at one tte cafes there. ltd uf' Wall a c e Benton was report- at her borne the latter part Week> Mr - and Mrs. John were employed at the a cafe during her illness. s Jui ius Ku?z ftna Mra _ Ar . Corey the latter of Des es/and a sister of Julius Kunz week Tuesday for Milwau- Sr t6n days vacation. Bu ? tts returned, home "i8ter on to ^sit bis there. McMurray family of snt a V3»k ago Sunday Mrs. B. B. CeciJ. Life is a queer panorama. The first few years of a man's life lie is fondled and carressed by the ladies of the neighborhood. This at a time when he does not enjoy it and would rather be left alone. Later on as a young man he spends all his time and every cent he can rake up on the girls. This spasm ends by one of them taking him for better or worse. In middle age he does some thinking, gets busy and generally accumulates enough to pay off the mortgage on his home and send the kids to school, where they learn to play football. In old age he realizes the opportunities he missed and finds himself with a mind full of experience and a body full of rheumatism. He spends his days thinking it over, and his nights waiting for his wife to get home from a bridge party. Truly, man that is born of woman is small potatoes and few in a hill. The dry goods merchant accumulates a small fortune, but spends it all trying to regain his health after a life of worry. . ' The clothing man has the easy job. He is never overworked, just conversation and sn reading the baloney. He does more talk- £g selling a suit than the attorney does winning a $5,000 damage suit. The shoe man has the lowest position in merchandising. He is at your feet Ite- t?nine to your tale of woe about corns and bun ons At 6 o'clock he looks like the rel- life. If be has enough left he may go to Heaven. oshoes or $1 98, and $2.00 shoes for ; ' Children's school oxfords at 44c and It brings volume, and that is what we want. Jimmie Neville ..1^ "I consider my telephone as important as an automobile. I've known plenty of fellows to mortgage something to buy a car and if it were necessary I'd mortgage something before I'd ever be without a telephone. "We live 12 miles from town and the savings on only two round trips a month will pay for my telephone, so the rest of my savings I make are really profits on my telephone investment." 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