Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1937 · Page 12
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FOUR K083tJTtt COtJNTt ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA ' J^^^^ '' ''' • J - •••• . .' . - ...'.". ... . .!". .. ....,."."."..,,.,7"".'" I""","'"' ' it i . < "~"^' i ;": t ; i -|^^^^^^^^^jnB!^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ • A. Bonnstetter, Wesley, to New PRACTICE AND HOME SOLD TO KLEMME 'VET' Wesley, Oct. 25—A professional change was made here one day last week when Dr. F. A. Bonnstetter sold his home and his veterinary practice to Doctor Raney, Klemme, wto. with his wife, will move to Wesley November 1. Mrs. Bonnstetter and the two sons, Francis and "Billie," left f. aturd *y night for Chicago, where they will live till other arrangements with the former's sister, Mrs. J. N. Leary, and in the meantime Doctor Bonnstetter will find a new location. ' The Bonnetetters came to Wes ley seven years ago from St. Paul Doctor Bonnstetter's parents are Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bonnstetter, Algona, and Mrs. Bonnstetter was a Belmond girl. The sons were in the second and fourth grades in the local public schools. Mrs. Bonnstetter was active in a local bridge club, the Legion Auxiliary, the Catholic Daughters of America, and in church work. Californians Make Tislts Here- Mr, and Mrs. Hjalmer Anderson, Tracy, Calif., and their son Harold were last week Monday to Wednesday guests of the Wallace Donovans and the Halvor Floras Jr Tuesday the Donovans and Andersons were at Elmer Johnson's, near Lone Rock. The Andersons also called on the Frank Johnsons. They fiad spent two weeks yith Mrs. Anderson's people in Minnesota and Iowa. She is a daughter of a twin brother of the late Mrs. Garcelia Johnson. Auxiliary Gives Card Party— Bridge and 500 were played at 20 tables at a Legion-Auxiliary card party Thursday night. The high score at bridge was won by Mrs. C. W. Goshn, second by Doctor Tindall, Woden. At 500 first and second high were won by Mrs. John Loebig and Ralph Bauer Jr. respectively. IJraleys Attend Bads' Day- Druggist and Mrs. H. J. Braley drove to Iowa City Friday for a visit till Monday at their son Dr. Alson H. Braley's. Saturday ,was Dad's day at the university, and the Iowa-Michigan football teams played. Mother of Babe to HospHnl— Mrs. Herman Nordman was taken to a hospital one day last week. She has been sick since birth of her daughter Grace Ann. Mrs. George Hanson is caring for the baby. Floms Buy Home Site- Mr, and Mrs. Erling Flom have purchased lots next south of the Mrs. William Hutchinson home in north Wesley, and in due time will build a home there. Other Wesley News. Edward and Mildred Funnemark and Leonard Alne came Saturday light for week-end visits with the home folks, .and they were accompanied by Professor Wickman, of St. Olaf's collogo. The young people are stud-juts there. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMahon entertained their bridge duo last week Tuesday night, the Victor Loebigs and the Louis Goetzes winning first and second family prizes. "Vic" also won a door prize. Legion and Auxiliary members here drove to Bancroft Thursday night to attend a county meeting. The main speaker was Fred Hudson, Pocahontas, eighth district commander. " Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson, of Iowa Falls, with two daughters were Sunday guests at Mrs. Anderson's brother Lester Larson's. Sunday was Mrs, Larson's birthday anniversary. Gesina Schutter spent the week- nd at West Bend with her par- nts. She and her father celebrat- d a joint birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson entertained Hanson nephews from Minneapolis over the week-end. The boys came Wednesday. Fidelia Skow spent week-end before last with the home folks. She is a freshman at Waldorf nolleee Forest City. fa ' Hanna Nelson will be hostess to the Priscilla Phoebe society this week Wednesday, ST, JOE PLANS NEW $47,000 SCHOOLHOUSE 'Livermore, Oct. 25—Great changes are contemplated at St. Joe, the little town located about five miles lorthwest of Livermore. It is the ntention to build a new brick school building with an expenditure of $47,000, and a new parsonage. Both buildings are to be up- to-the-minute in every detail. The present buildings at St. Joe are neat and up-to-date, but the method of school work is handicapped by lack of proper equipment. Courses of study and gymnastics not now taught, can be accommodated by a new building. The Rev. George Theobald Is pastor and he has for a number of years been instrumental in organizing end man aging the baseball team there. en possession. Wedding Pates Observed— Mr. and Mrs. John Decker, who went to Cofrey, Minn., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lenertz, and to celebrate the 36th wedding anniversary of both couples, who were married in a double wedding service, have returned to their home at St. Joei The Beckers were accompanied by their son Julius. Margaret Malin Home— Margaret Malin, who has been caring for a cousin at Riverside, has returned to her homo here. Miss Malin, a registered nurse, has made several trips to Kiverside during the past year, called by this patient. The cousin 13 reported as improving at this time. Attends Medical Meeting— Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Beardsley left on an auto trip for several weeks, are enjoying fiomeAlme In Hum' boldt, Kans., where they are visiting a sister of Doctor Wiggins. Mrs. Martha Mackintosh, worthy matron of the 0. E. S. here, is attending Grand Chapter in Des Moines this week. She was accompanied by her daughter, Mre. Geneva Hunt. Charles Armstrong, who operates a transfer business bore, has added another truck to his equipment, buying the truck of Harold Trauger who has operated here for some time. Mrs. Thomas Devine left Wednesday evening for Eagle Grove, to attend a party for her sister Gertrude Merrill held Thursday. Mrs. J. T. Olson, assisted by Mrs. Guy Raney, entertained the Presbyterian Aid Wednesday. Lunch was served. HSM HSM ra HSM m O m fa m Look of §§!••• n«wtpap«r headlines^ r«m«mb*r what happ«n«d last year! Equality Club Entertained— Mrs. Albert Weber, assisted b Mrs. Archie Wilson, who served a' joint hostesses, entertained th< Equality club at the former's las Thursday. Guests included Mrs Van Hiserodt, Mrs. Henry Tillson and Mrs. Oscar Olson. In the nb eence of the president and vice president, Mrfe. Wilson presided. An interested program followed with the following: Outcasts of Poker Flat, Mrs. J. F. Hamrn; The Lady or the Tiger, Mrs. Louis Behounek; Presidents on a Mountain Mrs Srnest Boyd; and Music, Mrs. John Merris. An added feature was a ;roup of vocal numbers by Beverly Neal, Domoris Biggins, and Dorothy Merris. Ankle is Badly Sprained. Union T>-p. Oct. 25—Henry Tjaden suffered a fall Wednesday and sprained an ankle seriously while he was working at road grading. Home Changes are Made— Several moves have been made during the past week. Thomas Devine moved to the house owned by Anna Murray, Lu Verne, recently vacated by William Donaldson. Carl Wiese moved his family from the Frank White residence to the one vacated by Mr. Devine, which is the Biegger property. The Coburn family moved from the Ethel Aaronson house to the White place. The Aaronson house is rented to Robert Devine and he has already tak- doctor expected to attend a medical meeting which was held there over a period of several days. Mrs. H. L. Clark Is staying at the Beardsley home caring for the children during their absence. School Band is Started— Dumping Stopped to Save Beauty Spot; Irvington The spot has spoiled the beauty of the highway which is considered one of the prettiest drives in county. the Irvington, Oct. 18—Signs have been posted prohibiting the dump- ;nooi ifana is oianea— ing of any more junk at what has Under direction of Alvin Bredall, been the junk pile for the whole music teacher, a school band is community just north of Irvington, well on the way. Much talent Is — • • • displayed and 30 have reported for practice. Other Lirermore News. Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Swenson, who had been visiting in Livermore, have returned to their home at Pine River, Minn. Mr. Swenson recently underwent an operation there, and was recuperating during this visit. The Swensons, former Livermore residents, moved to rMne River a year ago. Mrs. Rose Nelson, St. Benedict, is recuperating at her mother, Mrs. JcBreen's, southeast of' town fbl- owing, an operation. Mrs. Nelson underwent an' operation for sinus rouble at Mercy hospital at Mason ?ity. She was a former Livermore esident. Mrs. R. J. Oilman went to Iowa iity, leaving here Wednesday even- MKagfi^Baaar i »^^ l«Wl !l « „. 4 '**< K'lfoj , "^ ,' v H' Injured by Grain Elevator Lone Rock, Oct. 18—George Rath, who makes his home at Hans Jensen's, injured his left arm above the elbow Friday with the tumbling rob in a grain elevator. He was working at Roy Jensen's, and was taken to a Fort Dodge hospital. Ed Cullen Will Go to California Whittemore, Oct. 18—Ed, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Cullen, Whittemore, who worked at the Kohlhaas & Spilles hardware store at Al- J—-JJH 'T1 "i " TTJ wYDieii ng to visit her sister, Mrs. Frank & Spilles hardware store at Al- Kohler. During her absence Vir- gona, resigned recently, and will inia Kohler is staying at the OH- dr . ive to California to spend the man home caring for Jackie Richard and taking care of and the ome. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Wiggins, who ave been absent from Livermore OCTOBER 23rd CHEVROLET PRESENTS THE NEW 19ft CHEVROLET THE CAR OF LOW PRICE THAT BRINGS YOU THE NEWEST MOST MODERN, MOST UP-TO-DATE MOTORING ADVANTAGES Chevrolet cordially invites you to visit your nearest X Chevrolet dealer and inspect the finest motor car Chevrolet has ever produced-the new Chevrolet for 1938— the car that is complete. To see and drive this smart, dashing car is to know you'll be ahead with a Chevrolet ... to own it ia to save money all ways . . . because, again in 1938 as for 27 years, the Chevrolet trade-mark is the tymbol of savings. / MODERN-MODE STYUNG winter. Stores Close Nights. Corwith, Oct. 18—Corwith stores will be closed Wednesday nights till next spring. Styling as different as it is beautiful, for this bigger- 1 priced car. HSM HSM HSM HSM n 0 HSM PERFECTED HYPRAULIC BRAKES Smooth—powerful—positive . *. the safe brakes for modem travel ; ; ; giving maximum motoring pro-; tection. 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