Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 17, 1938 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 17, 1938
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,gley to Hear Sex Diseases Speech •^^*nM>i^a«^iai*MM»^».»-..ii.i. I, «Ai March P, > be!d Monday Study club has engager f°ra talfc on sex hy- nerlal i^es. MUS- be in charge of ___ _ s to "Retreat"— s Sari Hanson, Gorand Raymond Han- 'lowa City Sunday to rnrdon Gtddinga, who la 0 hospital patient there more. Monday morning (her to The Retreat, a rlum at Des Molnw. >en sick since January 0 first week was spent Lth hoepltal In Algo- feaymond Hanson, her V and the Gordon Gld- t were Sunday and Mon- 1 of the Theron Hansons. s. Harold Price and «rs. LeRoy Johnson, Ma- fcame Tuesday and with V Hutchlnsons and the [ Johnsons drove to Lu- J the funeral of art m- lof Mr. and Mrs. Theo- lison. who died Sunday fo days after birth, at th hospital. This was the d Burial was made at The Johnsons live on a Ranch. Ics Arc Speakers— lal meeting will be held : Wednesday night at the tional church, with two les as speakers : a Miss rom South Africa who is on furlough, and another andldate for a missionary Are 19 Tears fled— d Mrs. Fred Seefeld were surprise Friday night, atlv.es and friends "walk- o wish 'them many more eturns of their wedding ry, this being their '19th idnow Home Again — 111 Goodnow has been Ihome from Iowa Citjr had spent ten days for [treatment. The Is show- ivement but can be up only a small part of the time. Sick Teacher Drought Home— Allne*.Martinek, who had been in a Mason City hospital since last Christmas because of a streptoc- jccus Infection in the throat, was Drought home one day last week. She was a Waterloo teacher. Strtdy Clnb Meets Today- Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer will be host , the Study club this week Thursday, and the- subject will be Women ^n Agriculture, with Mra. John Mulllns and Mrs. August Studer In charge. Daughter for the Sellers— Mr. and Mrs.' Julius Seller are parents of a girl, born Saturday at the Kossuth hospital. The baby weighed 8^6 pounds. The family now includes two girls and a boy. Three League* In Get-To-Gether— The Epworth League entertained young people of the 3oxton and Corwith churches Sunday evening. One-Act Plays Planned- Four one-act plays are scheduled at the Kleinpeter hall this week Friday and Satnrday night. Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Goslir., son Paul, 'Chuck 1 Kraus, Alvln Loo- big, and John Bottom motored to Des Moines lost week Thursday to attend the state basketball tournament. Wesley Baddeloy, oach in the local high school, Lawrence Hlldman, and Robert Studer drove down Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Young entertained the Sunday night club, and Mrs. H. D. Emory was high for women; Clarence Ward, for men; and Mrs. John Ormsby was low. Non-club guests wcro Mr. and Mrs. Ormsby/ Britt, Theodore Johnson Sr., Fred Weig, and Henry' Schore. Mrs. Susan E. Lease accompanied Mr. and Mrs. E, J. Studer, of Corwith, to Whittemore Sunday for visit at Maurice Studer's in celebration of Mrs. Studer's father's birthday. Her father, Mr. Cook, is living there. Fred Diekmann Jr. spent from Friday till Monday night with the home folks, leaving from Mason Cfty to resume his business course at the A. I. B., of Des Moines. His father celebrated a birthday Monday. •Dorothy Kraus is expected this mid-week from the State college for the annual spring vacation. Leila Wester, also Ames, spent Saturday and Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Em.il Wester. Mrs. Lawrence Hanson and her son ' Russell spent Sunday afternoon with the Everett Harris family at Algona and made the acquaintance of the son Allen born to the Harrises March 2. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fischer entertained the Saturday night clut last week Thursday night, and COtWTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, IOWA PAGE THRftl Entertainers Give a Program at Good Hope Good Hopo, Mar. 15—A capacity crowd was at the Good Hope Community Room lost week Wednesday evening a nd appeared to have a , goodtl ; n o. The program was opened with numbers by the little SoT band of the Burt hlgh This band consisted of Harold welskp, Dean Meier, Floyd Stott, Russoll Patterson, Stewart Thav- es, and Gordon Giddtngs. Wallace Hawcott, another member, followed with trombone solos, 0 Sol Mlo, and Harbor Lights. Albert and Elmer Peters, south of Hobarton, presented numbers on Hawaiian guitars and gave vo- cal solos generous met with the appreciative applause Mr. and Mrs. Gall Stockwell, Al- ;ona, won high for men and women, and Lou Gouge won travel. The Lawrence Smiths and Lawrence's mother, Mrs. John Smith, all of Goodell, were Sunday guests of the elder Mrs. Smith's daughter, Mrs. Loo Bleich. The George Seabergs, the new ;enants from Clarke, S. D., 'on the Poter Seaberg farm formerly occupied by the Tony Venteichers, were Sunday guests of Mr, and Mrs. Jorgen Skow. The Roy Taylors, Fort Wayne, Ind., spent a few days here last week, visiting friends. Mr. Taylor formerly owned and operated ;he pool hall now the property of Lawrence Koppen. Mrs. Pearl Swanjson, Cedar Falls, and her son I^ewis spent Saturday at the former's brother Fred Seefeld'a and helped in observance of the Seefeld 10th wedding anniversary. Gordon Loeblg Is again employed at the Anderson Jack Sprat grocery, Algona. Some time ago ho was released as assistant in the local postoffice. George Weig, two sons Lewrance and George Sr, and Anton Goetz drove to Charles City Saturday to visit the George Hauptmanns. The Ole Floms were entertained Sunday evening after church dt Lester Larson's, in remembrance of Mr. Larson's birthday. Mrs. May Harris and her daughter Mary spent Sunday at the Milton Giddings and Lawrence Hanson homes. The L. L. Leases drove to Hanlontown Sunday to visit the Marion 0. Halls, and the M. T. Ryes. Mr?. Ben Edert will entertain the K. Y. M. Methodist Aid circle this week Wednesday. The Leo Renos, Ledyard, were Sunday guests of the 'local Renos and Kleinpeters. Lou Ricke, Festlna, spent the week-end with his father, Henry Ricke. Irma Ward, Rudd teacher, spent the week-end here with her parents. The entertainers were with selections and were characteristic of Good Hope audiences. There was much disappaintment because of the failure of Merrill Moore tc appear. He was too sick. The Burt group had a full schedule thnt evening, for It was also to aid li dedication of the new Center school house, in Plum Creek trwnship, whether the boys went after their appearance here, accompailed by Supt. M. C. Bowie, mtiai; instructor G. C. Anderson, and the Rev. Mr. Doras, of the Presbyterian church at Burt. Cake frtm Old England— The writer's family received an unique favor from R. F. Hawcott this week, a bit of cake served at the golden wedding of his sister, Louisa Hawcott, and her husband William Clifton, Avenue Road, Great Tbw, Oxford, England. The anniversary was celebrated Inst November 19, but the cake, which is a fruit cake, waa as fresh and Lotto Creek Mr. and Mrs. Nick Oengler entertained at a card party Sunday night. Guests were Mr. end Mrs. William Boettchor, Mr., and Mrs. Ale'jf Radig,' daughter Laura, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mlttag, eon Everett,- Mr. and Mrs-. Carl Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. H. Reisner, Mr. and Mrs. J. Will, Mr. and Mrs. William L*lninger, Mr. and Mrs. L. Hackbarth, and the Hacknarth daughter Ann High prize went to Mrs. Zumach and H. F. Mittag; and Mrs. Lcllnger was low. Cut was won by Mr. Boettcher. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radlg visited the Alex Kruegers, Lone Rock, Sunday. Mr. Krueger • was to go back to Rochester sometime this week. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl, with their daughter Dorothy, were at Henry Zinnell's, West Bend, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Zlnnell's birthday was celebrated. Laura Bell, West Bend, waa a Sunday evening dinner guest at August Pijahn's. Thia week Friday evening will be Parish night in the Lutheran school basement. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hlntz, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich, and Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Rusch are on the serving committee. 'Margaret Feine, who had been nursing at a Fort Dodge hospital, left for Montana Monday to viait a sister. Evelyn Radig cam© home from Des Moines for the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radlg. She is attending a business college there. Mr. and Mrs. August Gade, West Bend, were Sunday dinner guests at Hugo Faulstich's. Mr. and Mrs. William Fuerstenau were Sunday evening visitors at Edw. Ohm's, Fenton. The Harold Smiths, Lotts Creek, were visitors at Walter Peril's, near Sexton, Sunday. The Pertls had their baby baptized In the afternoon. Sexton W. C. Taylor Is on the sick list this week. Lois Miller, Edith Greenfield, Wilbur Steven and Rex Taylor attended an Epworth League party at Wesley Sunday evening. The Corwith Leaguers were also guests. Mrs. Sarah Wise will entertain the Sexton Aid Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise, Mrs. Sarah Wise, and Mrs. Drusie Noble spent Sunday at Charlea Stmtton's in Brltt. Mrfl. Stratton is a daughter of Mrs. Sarah Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Pfeffor, Garner, Marie and Elizabeth Pfeffer, Algona, were visitors Sunday afternoon at their sister Mrs. W. J. Green'a. School election was held day afternoon at the sehoolhotti!*, with Herman Wise elected dlree* tor. Mrs. Jacob Weaver underwent a major operation at the Kossuth hospital, Algona, Monday morning. Mrs. Weaver has been sick a long time. Fenton Pair Escape California's Floods Fenton, Mar. 15—Mr. and Mrs. John Light got home Thursday from Long Beach, Calif., where they spent the winter. They were there when the floods atailej, but moved to Pasadena. They were In no danger. They had planned to come home by train, bat because large railroad bridges were washed away they made the desert trip by bus. Mr. and Mrs, W. E. Stoeber, who also spent tbs winter there, plan to come home the middle of April. delicious Those English do know how to put up cakes. Dittmer as if baked yesterday. plum puddings and fruit Brother is Dead— A phime from Manchester Friday moaning brought word that Dr. Ernest Dittmer, youngest brother of C. L. and E. B., Burt had sufferec a stroke affecting his whole side. A later message Tuesday reported death last night. E. B. Dlttner and his nephew, Lawrence Dittmer, will drive down for the funeral this week Thursday. C. B. Mitchell Sister Dies— The :*ev. C. B. Mitchell was called to Stockton, Mo., last week Thursday for the funeral of his sister, Mrs. Fannie Van Buskirk. He was accompanied by his son Bennett!, Buffalo Center, and his daughtdr, Mrs. William Schram, Titonka. Home Gets Insolation— Improvements are being made this week at Glen Jenkinson's. Rock Wool insulation is being laid under the attic floor and blown in jutside walls x of bath room to the and kit Ing the Parents Mr. .are in So far ed amolng the children. :hen. Kenneth Cowan is do- work. .Have Diphtheria— and Mrs. Adelbert Hanna quarantine for diphtheria, no cases have been report- The Sunday WE NEED Other Good Hope. Albert Reids, Haifa, were guests at Mary Steinman's ;md Nate Parr's and attended sen Ices at Good Hope. SOLE AMBITION IN LIFE... TO GROW UP INTO WOOL THAT WILL BE USED IN THE WORLD'S BEST Suits and Topcoats 5A\W-H'' V*Sj.5;I S^^-rlr-V^I S^jk •<••''" >1 0 s.\^ .-.;<•'-;, '.-I ^iu<;* : ;vi AT THE HUB CLOTHIERS t. CHEVROLET DEALERS' USED CAR STACKS •-•' cV •..«' '••:' "" * • :. :'••• .''•'"•''. "•;• ; ', ••'.• '''"•••>'" ';. " WERE GREATLY REDUCED DURING • l -' "V^*' 1 "T* lil""' d • ••'. t..*~""~'ii '•'.)•' >a 'i. !*"'.#* '• '? 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