Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 26, 1938 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 26, 1938
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA NEW COMMUNION LINEN, GIFT TO CHURCH AT S, C, Two Armstrong Classes Lead State in Academic Tests Armstrong _., May 24—N^ine stu-ithis last week, were accompanied dents from the Armstrong "high • by Christie Kruel, nnd Mr. and school will compete in the an-!Mrs. Gerald Niemeyer. Beruice re- niinl "brain derby" at Iowa City, j ceived second place honors for Swea City, May 24—The Baptist f, a !' ly in Junc ' E| S ht students: I tuba solo. William received 'third church has been presented with a ^thel Davis, Bill Whitlow, June j place honors for alto clarinet, new set of communion linen hv Fis cher, Helen Larson, Rose E1-! new set of communion linen by the Builders Bible class. The set consists of a large white linen table spread and four napkins decorated with open work. Mrs. E. L. Hammond made the presentation at the Sunday morning service. The new set takes the place of one which had been in use since the founding of the church 44 years ago. The old set. made of heavy linen and beautifully ornamented with hand-made •Mexican drawn- work, was the work of a charter member of the church, Mrs. Lewis Swanson, and it is still in excellent condition, despite 44 years of use. Fischer, Helen Larson, Rose Ellen Whitlow, Marie Irmiler, Margie Johnson, and Agnes, Moore will all compete in the English correctness. Eske Larson will linccniiniirentc Is Given— Baccalaureate services were held Sunday evening at the high school auditorium. The sermon Couple nre Married Here— Saturday evening took place the marriage of Florence, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Piciit, Shell Hock, to George Butterfield Jr., youngest son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Geo. Uutterfleld here. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. H. P. Bronleewe. Swea City, and Laila ,,,-jBorg and Glenn Olson were attendants. The event took place at the Baptist parsonage here. The bride was graduated from the Swea City high school in lose. The bridegroom has been helping To My Friends and Acquaintances ''I 8 /? 1 ' 161 ' T', a f « nn , west of cow "' • -- 'and he and his bride are making CHARLES F. MARTIN M.A(jr()KK'l'A, NMV.V Candidate for Superintendent Public Instruction, on the Republican Tided. compete in freshman algebra. | w a s given by the Rev. R. R. Ir- The llth and 12th grades here, Other Armstrong News Delpha Meythaler and Arnold both placed first in the entire I state. The senior class had a class average of 223, and Juniors - * .« averaged 216. The highest score Burkhead went to Hampton Sun- possible was 247, and two stu- !fi ay afternoon to get the former's dents, Rose Ellen Whitlow, a jun-1 sister, Maxine, who will spend a ior, and Margie Johnson, a soph- few days here. omore.had perfect scores. Second Margaret Vandenburgh, who place. 246, only one mistake wont has taught at Paullina, came home to Agnes Moore and Ethel Davis j l ° spend the vacation at the par- am! Marie Irmiter tied for third jental George Vandenburgh's. With 244. i Mrs. Francis Deflates " and son u, i t 4 tr—:—^~ Clifton spent the week-end visiting Sliidcnts HI Anisic Conlesf— | relatives at Belle Plaine Bernice Horswell and William | Mr.and Mrs. Axel Hansen and Whitlow, music contestants in the daughter Joyce were Sunday vis- regional contest at Minneapolis . itors at C. I. Smith's Sto day \ fflet, and Mrs W. E. 'Wietner weie at Algona, shopping, Satur- and ca.lled on Marjorie Mntz- \.IH J | tllllt VjCWJCU VJIL ill-llH JVfl IV *i*lli|,u ener, at the General hospital. Marjorie Is much improved and was pin min]g to come home in a week. 1/nloln Society Entertained— A r.s. Rlchnrci Zlelske entertained he Lnkota Lutheran missionary soc ety at her home here last week Wednesday. Mrs. Howard Jensen, Mr.-. Fred Bauman, Mrs. L. A. Nit?, and Mrs. Arthur Zielske, nil ot Ledyard, attended. I —^. Mx-JLeilyard Girl Mother- Mr, nnd Mrs. George Watts, of Weils, Minn., nre parents of a son, borli May 13. Both Mr. and Mrs. Watts nre formerly of Ledyard, Mri Watts was Alberta Jorgenson. Esther Green is at the Watts home. in Kossuth County: As one deeply interested in public education I am promoting the candidacy of my friend, ('has. F., --- - - , ~ Martin, who seeks the republican' 1 ' 10 Thursday club will be nomination for the office of su-! tallied ut ;\ garden tea perintendent of Public Instruction : Sperbeck's this their home there. (•(mien Tea Is Planned— AHjiast and present members of enter- Ray at the coming primarie-s. I have; observed hi.s work as county perintendent Jackson county ! feilture week Thursday, with Mrs. J. M. Dye and Mrs. Har- .lones as assisting hostesses. A be a revue of cos- ED, BOHN, 70, EX-PLUM CREEK, DIESJ5UNDAY Fenton, May 25—F. H. Bohn re- lpf , „, Wolf(3 ,,,.,,, ,, -, ceived word Sunday evening of the wi^i r Widde s Sunday. The death of his uncle, Ed Bohn. 70 of }!. hlitlels f °'' m erl.v lived near Fen- iMorris Mitchell's and to attend the Commencement exercises Tuesday evening. Avlene Mitchell, niece of Mrs. Skwar, and a Fenton graduate, accompanied them home to attend the Primghar exercises. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Whistler and children Gerald, Lorraine, and Leonard, of Woolstock, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe and Edith,-and Mr. and Mrs. Frank JVlcFalt and entertai "- ('filing for Church JJasemcnt— The Methodist Aid recently sponsored a project for a ceiling for the church basement. The work has been done by Arthur Zielske and Aubrey Waterhouse, of the Ledn Warden carpenter crew. Mniithei Home is Itcguit— The John Mantheis have com- meilced work on a basement for a neW home on a lot north of where they now live with Mrs. Manthei's mother, Mrs. Fred Busch. Dniitrlik-r for Alfred Biisehes— Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Busch are parents of a daughter, born Sun- dayj May 15, the second girl in the family. Otlicr Lertyard News. MJ-. and Mrs. William Green and Mr. i and Mrs. Aubrey \Vatevho\ise took Mrs. R. Arpke to Mank'ato Sunday, and thence she took a train for Minneapolis on the way to her home at Apple.ton, Wls. Mrs. Arpke had'been visiting the Greens for the last several weeks. Mr. and Mrs, Jack McDonald nnd Jimmle drove to Carroll last week Wednesday for the daughtev Mary Ellen, who came here with them for a week's vacation. She i.s taking nurses' training there. Mrs. A. C. Miller, daughters Maribel and Lois, Mrs. D. B. Mayer, and the latter's daughter Marjorie, Barbara, and Peggy viewed the grotto at West Bend Sunday afternoon. iMrs. Gardner, Bancroft, daughter Bertha, and the Nelsons, Chicago, with Mrs. Clifford Gardner, Swea City, spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Gus Anderson. The Howard Jensens and the Arthur Zlelskes were recent evening callers at Elmer Junkermeier's, near L-akota. Phyllis Togerson and Harold SEED FOR SALE? CORN, SOY, beans. Find your customers through the Advance. 34-3Gg BAKE SALE The Irvington Ladies' Aid will hold a bake sale SATURDAY Starting at 10 o'clock at MRS- SETCHELL'S MILLINERY STORE Herzog spent the week-end at the Togerson home at Mason City. The Rev,, and Mrs. Carl Hammer were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Y,u, nl Mrs. Alfred Zielske kota Saturday, havim- done. . h FIRE is ove and we are continuing to make the long term farm i 0 'ih«, :arry the lowest interest rate to farm owners and purclmstJra Jome in and find how hundreds of farm owners In Kossuth coi have saved so much Interest cost and reduced their Indeb through this plan of farm financing. H. D. Hutchins, Sec-T Algona Nat'l Farm Loan Association (Back In Old Location") Over Barry's Algon YOUE CAR should bo insured; and we are prepared to furnish all ,, automobile protection In sound reliable companies at lo\vc Let's talk it over. H. D. Hutchins & E. H. Hutchins Over Barry's Algom YOU CAN'T BEAT a Kossuth County farm for a home or an investment. \v c be glad to help you find the farm you want to buy or assist'in soli" ing your farm. We have a number of farms for sale priced *i~u. 'Ullty oclncss reas. Tov/a is of ; t cost. Iowa H. D. HUTCHINS, Real Estate Brok Over Barry's Algoiu right. er , Iowa death of his uncle,'Ed Bohn, 70, ofl fr J' ' for nine years, and with great ap- Ulmos dating back to. the organixa- Garner - ' " ...... ' "" In 1»00. Members Ralph ' cancer. He was the brother of the late Herman Bohn who died in! Monies January of the same illness. Ed ! ,,,',, ' . , H ,, a . f 55 SrTCr.ML-'S. 1 -:! ™>= daughter. Mrs. Alvlnn i-ir-iint, ~e\, . e " "'V ° proval. " 't'on of the _„.„„„,„ . , , , , "f the club will model the dressps A few facts about the man him- —___ "it-bses. self: Mr. Martin was burn and : Sells Cosmetics in Couiitv reared on a farm adjoining M«- Florence Alberts has been oper- quoketa, which lie now owns, lives ating the linotype at the Harold j on and operates. He is a gradu- office this : ate of the I'lilver^ity of Iowa, has go on the T'le-Vrthur niprip« W Walter Riedels, of Burt, the Ernest The Wesley Witters, of Des ly and Sun.._Huskamp's. Mrs. Hus- the Witters there en route | home from Chicago, where she vis- I ited at her daughter , Mrs. J. j Marshall Seglin's. i The S. E. Straleys spent Satur- this dn say .served as teacher and superintend- woman for the Xyla line of cos- f," „ e , on l* SU1VIVI "S member of . Mr . and Mrs _ D Welsbrod d ent 24 years and is now county su- metics, with Kossuth countv i<!hPr' te Bolln ' faunly> f °' - mer Plum • •• eisoioa ana "—' ' " T county tcrrimrv Shn i,.-,ri >,„„„ ;,: !,,„..!- l-'reek residents. perintendont of Jackson county territory. She had been iii charge schools. He has four daughters in of a territory in southern Minne- thr; elmntary .schools. Ho is as ! sola. universally honored in his county and by .school men as any man ,, - - ''eacliers Home for Summer- could desire to be; it is simply the ! e- Swea City young people have tribute of the people he servos the kind of servant he is. Ifirthday Club Meets— The Birthday club met at Mrs. Fred Fessler's last week Wednes- daughters, and Mrs. Will Weisbrod visited in Des Moines Saturday and Sunday with the latter's daughter Florence, a teacher there. 'Mrs. J. A. Mueller and Virginia spent last week with Mrs. Muel- I believe the people of Iowa wi look kindly upon a representative ; n i c V SmU^Led™,'d ^Freda or the rural and small town son> Xewel ,. 01 ; m - • n .schools for their coming ' -- - <-"«»,i ..^: . - - ..—"„ iwviv u;ive, dayi with 17 members and four i er ' s auiu Mrs R T'cT^^n""^ to ; finished teaching duties nnd have I " ew . members, Mesdames John i ReinYeck DrNlueHe, was hVre come home for the summer. They | ^^P^Solberg, Irvin Sol- Sunday and bi^ouSu them borne the include Margery Barger', Plum ' bei ' K> and William Juhl. The pro- Creek; Edith Dahl, Fenton; ~ ' " 1 ' a " 1 "•"- '" -' -« --— ^. of n, state «,-;„„,,„. aiid T^m^H™^ B.u- The George Mienkes visited !l » d consisted of guessing and other g Mrs. August Paul Corneliu Mervin SwartV a\\aitz, re- the past year, yet emphasis o.i the • Ifatiircns Lcavp Swi-i City common schools by a Common ; Mr. and Mrs. Ingmar ' Haugen ! Mrs. Sam school man is now in order, r.nd have moved to Hampton Mr H~u I ger as one of the craft, who claims to' gen is a representative" of ''1 I ' • know school men I commend Cha.s. | Xorthrup-King seed'company, and ! I'lncos on AU-Star Team- | B , t fed bv" ^AZ" Tb'mtv >' !nd' XnVu ^ ^ be6 " teach '^ =» Fent °" ^^ of Mervin Priebe ! 6even n g itu D> cnaiactei. at)ilit>. and;.No. C, Harrison tnwn=v,i,-, ivovo niooo n ,i ,„ i ....^ T._ , evening. Mrs . p . H . l * ' V " Yager ' Mrs ' Amos ted by character, ability, and: No. C, Hal-riso'iTtown'shin" training to fill the office to which 1 aspires. Former Barber Makes Visit- Claude Spoor from Los a place on the suth county baseball Monday summer, visit his'third day afternoon in Algona. Mrs. C. G. Humphrey entertained at a 5 o'clock luncheon Friday were Mrs. Anna and team b other n hw c T n ls tr ^ on the Fento Spoor, IvPd hPv»' ™ te ' The w111 Play right field on on the Fenton nine, but iDahl , >- I Edith, of Swea City. Elsie Bleckwenn arrived, home from Randalia, where she taught ™ °" le2 ° yars .(graces Offering a choice of three elegant engagement rings, each a different width, narrow, medium or wide. Each matching one wedding ring. Center diamond and 4 side diamonds i\ engagement rings. 5 diamonds in wedding ring. Price $75 The Pair A. H. Borchardt Klgiu, Grtien, and Hamilton IVutches for Graduation. Many years of ex. porienco and choice carefully selected tobaccos are responsible for the popularity of the G&B Special Just give it a trial —you'll know why they are so popular. For sale at all Algona dealers. BLANK NOTES 25—In Pad—25c —Also— Chattel Mtg. Notes Advance Fab. Co, . when Claude was in the barbering business here. William Christenson Patient— William Christenson, custodian the Buffalo Center hospital. At ^ast reports he was resting comfo-t- ably. Former Pastor Gives Sermon— The Rev. G. R. Siemens preached at the Baptist church Sunday night. He was pastor here from 192!) till 1934, and now holds a similar position at Spencer. (Jnartot Off for Fishing— Supt A. H. Schuler, John Raths Cecil Griffith, and Bobby Berggren left Monday noon for a few days of fishing at Lake Keronis, Paynes- vilie, Minn. Other Swea City. Selma Johnson and .Mrs. Anna Larson were dinner guests of Emma Anderson Monday. Tlia two women have been keeping house for their brother Myron in Eagle township since the recent death of his wife. Mrs. Virgil Nelson and her baby daughter returned to Minneapolis Saturday, after two weeks at the parental W. O. Nelson and E E Berggren homes here. Guests at Geo. K. Nelson's Sunday were the Ralph Nelsons, Spen- Forest City, brothers. . Mervin hits them for distance, with any kind of opposing pitcher. He is a son of the Ed Priebes, and graduates this year. The Married People's Sunday school class and teacher, 0. H. Stoeber, enjoyed a picnic at Tuttle Lake Sunday. Attending were the S. E. Straleys, 0. H. Stobers, V. J. Tatums, J. G. Watermans, G. B. Stevenses, Alfred Meyerses, William Voigts, Art Voigts, Wilbur Holldorfs, Joe Maddens, Milton Weisbrods, and Fred Browns. Teachers IJeturn to Homes— Fenton teachers who left for home Saturday were Anna Finn to Geneva, Bernice Brown to Livermore, Gladys Sleichter to Kolona, Pearl Christensen to Ringsted, and Edith Dahl to Swea City. Frank Nickoley will leave the latter part of this week for Decorah, and Supt. M. E. Otterness will return to his home at Pionette, Wis. Hlrlhday is lU-rneinbcred— Friends surprised Adalbert Hanna Sunday evening on his birthday anniversary, and "500" was played at seven tables with Mrs. Charles Newel and E. J. Frank , school, Saturday for the summer with her mother, Mrs. Sophia Bleckwenn. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Holmes, Livermore, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Riemers. The Holmes are parents of Mrs. Riemers. F. P. Newel went to Wells, Minn., Friday and brought home his wife, who spent a week at her mother Mrs. Mary Sorenson's. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl and Eldora Struecker left Monday morning to fish in northern Minnesota four or five days. The Legion Auxiliary will sell poppies Saturday. The women meet Friday with Mrs. R. L. Padgett. EX-LEDYiRD GIRL BRIDE AT CHICAGO Ledyard, May 24 — Evelyn; the youngest daughter of Mrs. Gus Anderson, was married Saturday, < „ ,_,. „. * ,<i, ln -1 May 21, to William Behrends. Chi-' winning high score and Mrs. Wil- cago, at Chicago. She graduated' .. - - The three men are 'Mrs. Walter G. Smith has been sick ten days with a throat ailment, tracheaitis. this writing. She is better at Mrs. Sylvia Lanning, of Algona, visited Monday at her sister Mrs. Walter Smith's. Doan Grace McNeil, Algona, teacher n No. 4, Wesley township, closed her school Friday, and Sunday had a picnic dinner at the Call state park for patrons and children. She will teach there again next year. Mrs. Guy Dimond is hostess to the Phoebe Priscilla society thi- week Wednesday of the Congregational church at Wesley. Mrs. Petra Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Edinond Larson, Harvey Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Franz Teeter, of Hobart, all went to Britt last week to attend the class play in which liam Jentz the low. Lunch brought by the guests was served late in the evening. j To Work nt Fort Dodge— Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Krause and son Edmund were Sunday dinner guests of the Rev. and iMrs. Wrede in Garner. The Enos Wredes, of Fort Dodge, were also guests. Edmund Krause accompanied the latter home, where he will assist in their store this summer. At Wkltteinore Shower— iMrs. Edwin Grienert, Mrs. Alfred Bruhn, Mrs. Rudolph Hanover and Clara Bruhn attended a shower in honor of Verda Meyer, sister of Mrs. Grienert at Whittemore Sunday afternoon. Miss Meyer will become the ibride of William Oswald on June 1. Bridge Club Entertained— Mrs. Frank Eigler entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Charles Newel won high score and Mrs. G. B. Johnson second high. Mrs. R. C. Goetsch, Mrs. Bob Goetech and Mrs. Paul Eigler played for absent members. Junior Larson was a the cast. member of Mrs. Howard Andrews, teacher at the Doan school, had a picnic dinner Sunday at the Ambrose A. Hall state park for the parents and children. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Martinek accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mechler, of Titonka, to Lost Island Sunday for a picnic dinner. Cold and rainy weather of the past month has delayed corn planting, many farmers being un- a-ble to work their fields because of water standing in low places. A number of farmers were busy in from the Ledyard high school in 1927, and since then has ,been in the employ of the Bell telephone company at Chicago. Following the wedding a reception was held at the home of the bride's brother Elmer, and 20 guests attended. The couple are living at 2324 Wilson! ave., Chicago. Miss Archer Not to Return — Mr. and Mrs. Cappel and their daughter Margaret came Friday, and the daughter Evelyn and Arlene Archer went homo with them. fields Sunday. Marcella Weber spent Sunday with Ardine and Elgina Bahr, and attended the school picnic. Mrs. Torkelson is Low— Mr. and Mrs. Tom Torkelson and John Torkelson, Chicago, came Sunday evening, called by the serious illness of their mother, Mrs. Engol Torkelson, who is iii the Palo Alto hospital. Other Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. George Siems entertained at a family dinner Sunday. Guests were Mrs. Amelia Siems and Esther and Ervin, and the Henry Wichtendahl's, of Whittemore; the Herman Haack family, Sidona and Hilbert Bierstedt, of Fairville, the Noah Reasoners, and the Ed Kuecker family, of Lotta Creek. Mrs. Chester Skwar and Arlet, Burnette, and Alice, Primghar, came Tuesday evening to visit at . Miss Archer, local teacher, expected to spend several weeks at the Cappel home before going to her own home at Sioux Falls. She has accepted a .position as kindergarten teacher at Sioux Falls for next fall. Kay Wllcoxes are Parents — 'Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zielske and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zielske drove to Port Dodge Sunday to visit at the Raymond Wilcox home and get acquainted with a n.e'w son born to Mr. and 'Mrs. Wilcox May 17. This is the third child. Mrs. Wilcox was formerly Irene Zlel- ske. Teacher to be Inn Hostess — D. Stofflet, Cedar Rapids, came Sunday to take his daughter Dorothy home. Miss Stofflet had just completed her second year here as home economics teacher. She plans to spend the summer at the Mammoth cave in Kentucky, where she will be hostess at an inn. Teacher to Missouri Home — Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Granner and Darrell took Maurine iDoores to Sioux City Saturday, and from there she returned to her home in Missouri. The Granners called on Mrs. Cecil Peterson, who was in a Sioux City hospital, recovering from an appendectomy. Appendectomy Patient Improyed — Mrs. Elvin Carpenter, Dorothy we cut the cost being well dressed HART SCHAFFNER & MARX, cooperating in the 60th anniversary of the Leuthold stores, make it possible for THE HUB to sell $35 and $40 superbly tailored Hart Schaff ner & Marx Suits at prices you can wqll afford. So- Beginning May 24th - - f - ~""- of " ew Hart Schaff ner and Marx high grade Suits will go on sale, priced at Sizes 35 to 50 - Regulars, Stubs, and You owe it to yourself to see these while the choosing is still good. And Don't forget, plenty of .other thrifty men will be doing that too. b ""*" uu - will be doing that too, Leuthold-WimamK-_P.^.i_, " ••••'••*•"

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