Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1938 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 19, 1938
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TEN MWOMEN AT LUVERNE LOSEjISTER Lu Verne, May 18— Mesdames Jas. Godfrey, Win. Schulz, and M. L. Barton went to Bell Plaine last week-end to attend the funeral eervices for their sister, Mrs. David Strachan. Mrs. Strachan, who was 45, was Bertha Houser previous to her marriage. Her husband preceded her in death a short time ago. Two Sons Arc Horn— Merlin Albert Schneider arrlvcc Saturday night to make bis home at the Albert Schneider's. Mr. and Mrs. Schneider now have two sons and two daughters. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hintz Sunday. This is their 13th child. rinm Crook Clnb Honors Mother's Day— The Plum Creek Literary society met at Mrs. Austin Gardner's last week Wednesday for its annual Mother s day one o'clock luncheon. Each mem'ber invited a guest, and there were 53 women present. Committees in charge were Mrs. " Bode, decorations; Carrie Aid Guest Day Today— The annual guest day of the o e Presbyterian Missionary society will be held this afternoon (Thursday) at the church. Mrs. Frerkini* of Lakota, will on missions Th, w l , ssons Three Wesley girls will sing several musical numbers, and one of "! em wi !). S' ve a musical reading. There will be special music by the „, u^u.aiiuns, ^urne ~- . c o^cureti music ov tile Johnson place cards; Augusta | cholr - Each member of the soci- Sclmlz, kitchen and menu; Ethel ety Wl11 bri »S a guest. ^KOSSUTtt dOUNTY ADVANCE. ALQ6KA. IOWA . ' ' and Curran all *,„«+ « ' rran a Went to Duibuque and Lansing the first of the week to visit relative.". They will attend the golden wed- Oing anniversary of relatives during their stay. 4-H Girls Hn T V Meeting— ' --, ~.v~..v*. LIHU menu; H.U1G1 Johnson, dining room. Assisting in the dining room and kitchen were Dora Weber, Sadie Skilling, Lora Raney, Lillie Black, Viola and Florence Calhoun. The program chairman was Maude Jorgensen, and first on the program was a mother's prayer Brotherhood Has Picnic— and Henry Becker. Mrs. Fred Parks wil be hostess to the Cresco Mothers and Daughters club Thursday, May 26. A skit Gramma" is to be given. The time and place has been changed. Mrs. G. S. Buchanan entertained her bridge club Tuesday afternoon. There were two tables. Prizes are not given at every party, but score is kept for a series of games. ' The Naomi circle will meet tomorrow with Mrs. Abel Behrends. Mrs. Sidney Spear, Mrs. Edith Miner, and Mrs. Paul Clark are assisting hostesses. Members of the high school fac- ty met for a 6:30 picnic dinner jt the Call park Tuesday evening. All but two of the teachers were here. will entertain this evening Mothei club meeting Saturday ^ no ^.,. wTlu > Vei 2 a Sanford i_ Have Become Ac- p as the subject for tr™, T"". •*•'"" save a talk on, How to Act on the'Street. Velma Bowman presented the health les- , New Birds U _ ,_, .. »w tfc -liJULiici a by Mrs. Laura Keen poems were read by Mrs. ji;mma McWhorter, Ella Bode, Christopher McWhorter, and Kate McCorkle. Selections of music were given bv Bure'll Kelley and Roland Bode on the clarinet and the guitar. Ethel Johnson read an article on Moth- , , r SU ' bject ' Are me too Pfeavy for Girls? Shlr- dHli S"" g / Ve a Part'mentary drill and conducted the recreation ers' Lives. The meeting was closed with a social hour. Three new members were taken into the club. The next meeting will ibe on Mnv 95 „» ,u home of Mrs. Grace Phini^Irv mgton, and this will be a 1 faith meeting, the main speaker to be a local doctor or nurse. Losers Entertain Winners— The losers of a series of games entertained the highs at a brtdgt Praty and luncheon Tuesday afternoon. Mesdames Henry Furst, Shelter House at the state park. There were about 75 present. Dr. ,t\' S van £u wa " ch airman of the assisting hostess. The Delphlans postponed the! picnic Tuesday morning .because o the rain. Mrs. H. L. Gllmore 1 president. The Trinity Lutheran Y. P. S will have an end-of-the-month party at the church next week Friday evening. 'Mrs. Matt Streit entertained a three tables, of bridge Wednesday Table prizes were given. Mrs. M. G. Norton Will entertain her bridge club tonight (Thursday) at three tables. Loona Stewart will entertain the Nldana sewing club at her homo Monday evening. Mrs, Walter Klamp entertained her sewing club of five members Wednesday afternoon. Program. U ° The Rev. John Patton speaker - Franks, both of a musical duet. I club. Mrs. Geoorge M. Smith enter™ a i!l , at Abridge luncheon last Thursday. Cards were played at taoies, but no prizes were glv- LONE ROCK GIRL MARRIED IN 1937 Bancroft, *•* Grade P. T. Grade tion of Bryant |prt Ml ?' R K JT- Ander s°n entertain- I£?..%. l ™ ^ rld £ e . elghtsome Friday. high, and high. were F. J. Ethel Bowman Is Married— Word has 'been received of the £-°° n ' Mesd anies Henry ' Furst marriage of Ethel Bowman and| Ke "-" eth Seeley ' Clarence Peisley Mr w lat ?. h at Wa terloo May 4. lf"l^° y Wooldrldge were the hos- nvirs. Hatch is a daughter of Air I ,, , ln °se entertained w*-» and Mrs. Bowman, Lu Vern= and ' : Me . stiames Victor Parsons, Is a graduate of the local '"hieh ! ^ al , ngl Bruce Eckhart. and school. She has been at WVprlon ' olmes> Thfiv wo "° <"•*—'-' fm> B time at the home'of a Boy Breaks Arm 3rd Time— Darrell Moeding 12- year- old son of the Win. Moedings, broke his right arm while playing in the park Saturday. Darrell has broken an aria two other times in the last couple of years. Hewlywcds Home from Trip- Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Lowmiller returned Saturday of tier a wedding trip which took them to different parts of Illinois where they visited relatives. Other LnVerne. Mrs. Merle Hawley end son of Madison, S. D., were week-end vis- J£™ he : e :.. The >- had brought a rougt George Miller, San Diego, Calif, ^ - Wl , k,. t)pl i -'-'iCt^U, Cit. here after he had spent part the week with them. of neth Seeley's. I'lny Given at Meeting— The Methodist Bible Searchers class met Tuesday afternoon at the church. Mesdames F. L. Miller J. I. Troutman, C. E. Nolle, and G' Sheppard and Mary Runchey were hostesses. Roll call was given with M = n" 6 ^ 16 ^ honori ng mother; Mis. B. F. Sparks led devotions- dames F A. Witham, Mary Run! a Play of four episodes in John ^LVir™ 3 s' ven ty w«s- A. held elec- - -J'day at the Mrs. D. J, Bredell president; Mrs Mrs. J. Burns, -- , ..-. „. linevA ivinier f i,r ,"j— chairman; and Mrs. P, J Waldron, publicity chairman. The Tulsd!? 60 "' 1 ™ 5 Wil1 meet ne *' Plans for the co'mWyear. tO m&ke Park Picnics are Popular— ifr°af IC ? har ! ft f ain .becoming , — —o-"" seventh grad- held a picnic there Wednesday evening, Mis* Mahin teacher The unlors and seniors will picnic at the park tomorrow evening, and i^^ nlnj L V " ln * Krlep/' will entertain party. 20 sophomores at -one Rock Girl to >Ved— Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Macumber, of Lone Rock, announce the engage- nent and approaching marriage of l U"TT"— •••-". Martin. Mrs. Donald Hutchins played two musical numbers. Shower for Two Tonight- Mrs. C. T. Chubb, Mrs. Earl Sprague, and Irene Lounsberry will entertain at a miscellaneous — .,, „. inoLo-ucs »ui c ac ven- tura Thursday where they attpnd- ed the high school commencement exercises. Vernon, youngest son of the Conrad Ristaus, was a member of the class. _. - former's home, honoring Gladys ^Belghler and Ruth Arnold, b e marr i ed tnls summer p.. r A Mr H and Dor °thy Mae to T > Port Dodse - son « H - Hanson, Vincent. rpi, jj. • • ii «"isuu, vincent. The wadding will take place in early June, and the couple will make their home at Fort Dodge: Party Given at Farm— Frank and Kathryn Schofby entertained 18 young people at their onnn e er country home south of Algona ' who will be married this summer ™ P 'l supper served. About 1 Miss Beighler teaches at Third mem(bers w ere .present, with th ward and Miss Arnold at Bryant i Pfeiffer sponsoring th HrttVi Vi n T»« «-.„ j _ j i . i . * . " Kl*Qlir)_ . evening. Games were 11 •- , , refl 'eshments served at 11 o clock. Frank and Kathryn are S '°V n « , da " ghter of Mr. and Mrs. • K. Schoby. '. E. Party a^ Park— The Presbyterian Christian Endeavor had a picnic Monday even- ng at the Ambrose A. Call state parK. Games were played, an a picnic supper served. About 1 members were .present, with th T> mr "H C— T"»/» >»« ' LJJ ir 01 the class -n^*t, i, "mmu. a t xji-yaui. 5 h ^!£ '•«a='•s-s- Sa^oB&r S'S Mrs. Barbara Dodge. They Barton, who there. is in the hospital Annual Bridge Party Given Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Zieger, Lake City, were Sunday guests at Har,T^ Ch o r i! t . e " son ' s - Mrs - Z'eser and . . eger Mrs. Christenson are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Larimer, of . _.»»„. jj^x L jjdi liner, oi Sioux Center, spent the week-end at H. R. Larimer's and Wm Mur ray's. Dr. Tredwell Robertson, of Wes Liberty, was a guest of his aun Consuelo Hanna, over the week end. Mrs. Luther Nygaard was takei to a Fort Dodge hospital Saturday suffering from an infection Mrs. Louis Van Patten, Ames w visiting her daughter, Mrs. John Phillips. Gertrude Duffy, Emmetsbur, —.. «n, *^uii^, -niuiiiier,suurg spent Saturday at J. J. Jackson's 24 AT WEST BEND RECEIVEJIPLOMAS West Bend, May 18—Baccalaureate services for the graduating class were held Sunday evening in the high school auditorium. The Rev. Geo. R. McDowell, Methodist pastor, delivered the sermon. Graduates wore caps and gowns this year. Commencement exercises were Tuesday evening with Dr. Roy L, Abbott, of the state teachers college, as speaker. Class night will be Wednesday evening with a good program. The school picnic will be Friday. The valedictorian is Mildred Schmalen, and the salutatorian is Mary Beatrice Montag. Other graduates are Edna Jurgens, Geraldine Henely, Madeline Berger, Mildred Faber, Margaret Dunn, Lorraine Dasen. Leo Chris- Hanson, Wayne Carter, Rex Bonnstetter, Charles Boevers, Edwin Ban-wart, Dwaine Kilbowne, Tom Laubenthal, Edna Schmidt, Clarence Yoch, Elma Zaugg. Florence Montag, Mary Swartfager, Keith Shellmyer, Loretta Schaller, Margaret Nessen, Esther Needing, Fished and Fished, and Caught-Guess! Swea City, May 16—The fishing season opened with a bang Sunday. Local nimrods equipped with the latest and most complete sporting equipment, rods, life- jackets, out/board motors, fancy bait, left for lakes Saturday night returning next day with a catch consisting mainly of colds in the head! *~O^ -•• «»*- UJ \A1 1 UU-~— Mrs. C. H. Williams was hostess to the annual Episcopalian bridge parties Tuesday afternoon and evening. In theafternoon, Mrs. M P Weaver was high and Mrs. E ' w' Evans, second high, at contract-' and Mrs. F. R. Bandy, Britt, was high, Mrs. Louise Hyde, second nigh, at auction. In the evening Mrs. D. P. Smith was high for women, Mr. Smith high for men and Mrs. D. H. Goeders, low. Laf-a-Iot Clnb Entertained— Mrs. Tim O'Brien entertained the L-af-a-Lot club Tuesday afternoon. There are eight members in this club. Mrs. Lawrence Winkel won high, Mrs. Bert Cronan, low, and Mrs. James Watts, travel. Mr O'Brien, who has been a patrolman in this, territory for sometime has been transferred to Mason City and the family will move to either Clear Lake or Mason City in near future. Hirtliday Clnb Is Entertained— Mrs. Gordon Kuhn entertained ier birthday club Tuesday afternoon at bridge. Belonging to the club are Mesdames Lloyd Muckey, Tames Watts, Andrew Godfredson 'ohn Storm, and Meta Redfield. quests were Mrs. Elmer Hartshorn and a Mrs. Kruse, California, who s visiting her brother, Frank ^era. Mesdames Godfredson, . reson, torm, and Hartshorn won prizes. the group. Church Council Meets— The Congregational Council hel a business meeting Monday even ing at the Rev. Geo. C. Vane home. The Council consists of th deacons, and officers of the churc organizations. Other Society. Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch, farm ers northwest of Algona, entertain ed at Sunday dinner with the fol lowing guests: Mr. and Mrs. Ray mond Kramer, Lu Verne; Clet Mosbach, Whittemore; Harlej Will, Joe Lichter, Mr. and Mrs Clarence Kramer, and Larry, Marv Dorothy, and Fern Gisch, all o Algona. The Methodist W. H. M. S wil meet with Mrs. 3. W. Meyer at 610 East McGregor on Thursday Mai 2C at 2:30. Mrs. F. L. Thorpe's division will serve. Mrs. Wm C Steele has charge of devotions and Mrs. Arolile Hutchison the lesson. Mite boxes are to be turned in. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster entertained their dinner^bridge club Monday evening. The group had dinner at Walburg's, then played Bridge at the Foster home. Three tables were in play, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McCullough winning the ugh prizes. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ogg enter- amed their cribbage club Tuesday evening. Belonging to this lub, besides the host and hostess are the Messrs, and Mesdames Alwin Huenhold, G D Rich Point Beverly and Jean, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Capesius, are having light cases of chicenk pox. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Skilling drove to Ashton Saturday for the daughter Roberta, who had been teaching there. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Raney, West Union, with Mrs. Cora Raney, Algona, and Harriet Raney, were the guests At Hugh Raney's, Sunday. * Elinor Jenlna and Norma Raney closed their schools Friday. ... and find "Comfort" too, you've found Freemans. So deftly is smartness combined with perfect fit and good value with low price...you'll find it hard to believe, until you've become a confirmed Freeman customer. WORN WITH fUIOJE . . B Tffffi,'•»»— lutlcU50tl Wednes, ... with Mrs. ;i. M. Potter. The afternoon was spent socially. fni^H ^ nd ^ ew Godf i-edson enter- wi n H±£t?ff T< W ' brldge club y afternoon. This club members. ,™ r8 |«?'i ? H " tchln s entertained "•" local teachers and Mr and Monrt;rl Ugene . Hutchln9 at din ner Monday evening. Baptist Mission .Circle meets (Thursday) with Mrs. John Mrs. Roy Wooldridge is Lone Rock, May *18—Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kressin have announced the marriage of their daughter Olivia to Monford B. Peterson, of Swea City, August 21, 1937 at the Immanuel uLtheran church, Parker, S. D. % The new Mrs. Peterson is a graduate of the Algona normal high school. For ye'ars she worked at the Algona telephone exchange, and for the last several years has taught the Lotts Creek Dist No. 1 school. Mr. Peterson is a graduate of the Swea City high school and a business college at Des Molnes. -He is in the painting and decorating business at Swea City, and the couple will live there. SPECIAL AIR-MAIL CANCELING STAMP RECALLS PIONEERS iSwea-Eagle, May 18—The Swea City post office is this week, May 15 to 21 honoring Capt. R. E. Janson, "Swea's" oldest pioneer with special air mail canceling stomp. The outline of the special stamp s a map of Iowa. Across the top are the words "Capt. R. E. Jensen 877." Below is, "Swea-1872 1S92. n the center is a picture of old company house, and below it 1 S\vca City, Iowa 1892. The o'. -ommtmity house was located tw niles north of community hall i 3wea township. It wae built 1 May, by the American Iminlgran :o., of New York, as a stoppin rtace for the Swedish settlers wh noved Into this region. The building was 16x24 feet, tw -lories. It was destroyed by fir •November 27, 1932. Capt .Teuaoi .was agent for the immigrant com pany and erected a fine larg .'home in 1878 for his family on th shore of Eagle Lake living here many years. Later he moved to Des Moines, then to Los Angeles, Cnl }t., where Mr. and Mrs. Jenson died. In March 1872, the late J. B Johnson, father of Mrs. Olaf Pear- eon, came to Swea. He become first postmaster in Swea In 1872, and held the position 10 year*. He was succeeded by Olo Olson in 1882. Mr. Olson was succeeded as post master by S. P. Haglund, in 1885, He served till the following year, and then turned the office ;back to Mr. Olaon, who refflalnoc as postmaster till the office was moved to Swea City In 18&2. In 1892 the coining of the B. C. R. and N. railroad caused the present site of Swea City to spring Into existence. St. Benedict The John Sheas, Bancroft, were Suiulay visitors at the Erlckson lome. The Pfeiffers, Des Molnes, were at the parental Jo'lm Witte's \iero anld with the elder Poffers at "gwith Saturday tor's Offlc^' TTV' Strive to Win'' C ' 9S!1 many other p,.^,. Mrs. Frank charge of lho Mr. and Mrs. !>„ funeral and wil " rangements « ro „ It-was christened »';<lay, Mrs. OswaldT', at the Slab I** 1 lousework HovcralT! *1 '<V ^^^^•^•^•i^^HMB Now going full bla.t_our biggert, greate.1, mo,t .emational CITY STATEMEN? _ ANNUAL STATEMENT—CFTY OF For the Fiscal Year Ending March <ti To C. W. Storms, Auditor of State; ""iron .}), This Is to certify that the Information trlvo,, i plate and correct to the best of my knowledgeTana „'!!!:} Kcl "^le|,J RECEIPTS A " A " ^ ' From^April 1st, 1937 to Ma r ch 31st, 1938 C /-, Dated May 7, 1338 1, County Tax— a. Gen. Govt. b. Ind. Div. ., . Total ... .$ 5,500.00 . • 15,682.42 21,182.42 Ttitui 2. Office Receipts— b. Poll Tax ... .$ 51-1.00 c. Bus. License 649.17 d. Beor License 1,200.00 e. Cigarette Lie 1,462.50 f. Dot License 117.00 ^i_Flnes, Fees, Forfeitures 99.50 n. Transfers .. 42,782.94 Total » 47,017.88 I _•'-«•«¥ J ^.6S2.42 jS5n5l 3. Street Department— f. Sewers, and Sewag-e DIs. .$ 793.29 S- Mlse'neous 114.38 514.00 . G49.1? '.200.00 1,482.50 117.00 , 9».6» •12.782.04 793.29 1H.3J 4. Mun. n \V i" -JJ*C.*""* •T"--'' * ay,iui.SU b. Efc. Lt. Wks 92 409.99 e. LIb'ry Fines and fees 6,699.89 h. Parks and Bath beach .. 1,752.00 «. .Fires 168.18 MIscF. 520.00 n * in T UiSU.UU ".042.39 1,323.11 1,604.60 The Chrischilles Store Positively the last day Saturday, May ai Over 350 choice COATS, SUITS, SPRING DRfcSSES are in- eluded m thi, great clearance ,ale-the most hone,t, the mo,t successful event ever staged in Algona. Plenty of garments up to 101 o'clock Saturday night-extra, experienced ,ale,peo- pie to wait on you—the ONE sale that satisfies everybody t WITH GOOD TASTE. THERE ARE STYLES AND STYLES IN MEN'S CLOTHES AT THE HUB • They are not only new and smart, but they are becoming and always in the best of taste. • We accept responsibility for our customers' appear.. . and allow no odd or eccentric garments in our store. We Carry Large, Complete Selections of New Models and Fabrics TMs Season's Featured "Firsts" Include Drapes, Double-Breasteds and New Sport Backs Total ....$120,431.86 f 10,516.31 ' 21,394.72 102,775.49 6,699.89 3,356.60 168.18 6. Miscellaneous— ' a. Adv. Dep. . S b. Bds. & Int. . Total 1,398.25 3,655.01 5,053.26 * 1,398.25 3,655.01 A Salaries and April i, 1937 to March 31st, 1398 1. General B Betterments or Outlay a, , " B and otationery d. Legal Exp c. Elections ' .'.' B. Mun. Lge exp Total .. 513.00 ' Total t .1.940.33 |~ 3. Health Department— a. Gen. Exp. . $ «qc nn b. Sewage and* 95 '°° Disposal Plant Sewers ... i RPJ <j7 d. Miscel. . 1 ' 624 - 3 7 379,24 Miscellaneous 860.43 400.00 102,50 20.00 504.08 $ 2,266.98 2,771.06 $ 513.00 860.43 •100.00 102.60 255.00 M.6.7B 3,683.20 Total 730.42 i 2,354.79 I 1,270.42 t 3,189.79 J 3,1|| izloooioo i^oooioo T 23,687.58 ; 37,337.57 > 3»iJ Total Total Total i as 941 -" ' 595.31 3,813.26 5,349.71 1,150.00 • 6*311^02 6,311.02 f 1,000.00 t 7iS a nn . Mlscel. Total 16,911;04 * ?60 ' 00 * * J'o 7 ??;"? •r"l7,911.04~» 7 6 ooo T" . 1 . »_ 10(1.00 I $ 18,671.04 ? U,Hl| Interest 1,055.20 "•• I < 43,815.1 CASH" TRAN&\CTK)NS rCh 31S '' lm ' 21 °' S '"' ^•pril isf i QOT ^ »•• . r •• -tot, j.oy(. to Alarpn Qlol- 1000 1. 1937. TO.OI «"_. ttrcl «aist:, 1938 20S,5il. SU $ 22.50 A Special Group These New Spring Suits Are Outstanding... D. B. Sports of Worsteds, at ~ JI-VT T ^™B ^ ^ir thing Comer of No. Iowa --l*'*^*^ A u J*r.l-<( £*3O OBLIGATION « Total Amount ' o f 4 moun t ; Paid Amount ........... i OF PROPEI?''fv cV™U5' 000 - 00 * 1.000.00 UWHH On A S sessmenfTF TSUBJECT TO TAXATION essm ent of January 1, 1937 5 Total Ta" ff rcdlts > ',77'""' Ul AU ^roperty (except Moneys Total Ta X abTe al vll i u° antI °'' ifo "«ys'and Credits " $ ^'^•^i^^&SfS^i^^-^f TAX LEVIES •Made In August 1937 ' AMOUNT OF CASH IN ::^ I ..1.12 2,»" 105 2,8ft' 1 •:•:?,§ " 12 2'Ki :: :l t^H . .—•"T TREASURER'S HANDS ON Ainoj] umber or a' he :, Treasut' , 2. Per Annum ExP'JS f .T -

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