Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 2, 1938 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 2, 1938
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PAGE TWO LOANS For Anq Worthq Pu»-post Let us help you finance business needs, pay doctor, denial and hos- pita) bills taies, clothing, auto, furnishings meet any immediate demand for ready money with a budget loan, repayable to suit your income over as long as 20 months. Personal, local service. Ask lor details I'. J. KOJILHAAS Loans :: Insurance Alirnmi Telephone 22 KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA THURSDAY . T m. r George Koestler, Burt, Dies Saturday GERMAN BORN, HE LIVED IN IU58YEARS! Lieutenant Governor Is Monday Speaker: LuVerne Lu Verne, June 1 — Beautiful • ated birthday cake, were served. ;ather helped to make Memorial Mrs. Meyers' sister from Topeka, i day services at the cemetery Mon- Kans., was a euest at the -Meyer day another of the impressive - home Saturday." Burt, June 1—George Koestler ' evcnts wnicn such an occasion: " 72, died at his home here Saturday I cnlls for - An excellent program;- 1frs - Xorthrnp Home Airnin— evening, after a sickness of two ! lnclude(i mus 'c by the high school i Mrs._ Henrietta Northrup months, fie had an oneratinn at lba . nd aml a reading, The Big Par- daughters. Mrs. ELEVEN SENIORS GRADUATED BY OTTOSEN SCHOOL Lone Rock Mrs. Jack Quinn, sons Wlllard and Clctus, and daughter Barbara spent the week-end with relatives iat Pipestone, Minn. ! Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lewis, Oaka' loosa, spent the week-end at their ' daughter Mrs. W. G. Flaig's, and Mrs. Plaig and her children, Joan ] and Max, went to Oskaloosa with I the Lewises for a several weeks >visit. i \ Theo Krueger and his daughter Ottosen, June 1—In commence- ; Elma spent Friday at the Charles „ .,._... .^ J0 . JL ,, . .. . got ment exercises last week Thurs- : Schultz and Joe Stenberg homes, He had an operation at '!? n , nd 1a ."' J ^., reac ! il lf' . T . he Bi S Par- ' 1 .°" 1 . e _ Su " d , ay : after , the . winter . i ; nd day evening in the high school' E1 2, 1 . ore -, auditorium. 11 seniors received CHOUSE 'the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge l ado ' by Richard Smith; selection spring with her daug I .some weeks ago, but failed to im-. hy a Eirls> trio ' Kathleen McClel- B asi' Coob, Hilsboro, Wis., and prove. He was brought home two lan ' Glat| ys Alexander, and Car- Mrs. Gerald Herbener. of Mason .__._„. or three weeks ago. men Wermerson; the Gettysburg City. Mrs. Herbener and the Iat- lo " an> Mr. Koestler was born July 15 Addres s. by Richard Brink. ter's son Gerry accompanied her 1800, at Troestau, Bavaria Ger-' The ad(| ress wa « Riven by Lieu- "ere for Sunday at A. W. Dim- many. At U he came to this tenant-Governor J. K. Valentine, of ler>s - vn ,1 i i ... ,1 '-Gntei'Ville. His f n llr \fn c cVir»rf The John Sones family, Suther- T Ti- u i i< land, spent Sunday at the ..Leo \\ehrspann, yaledic-jj. M . Blanchard's. Connor Starin, salutator-; Mrs. J. M. Blanchard spent Fri£"^ ^"S™/&._!*?"! day and Saturday at Burt with her JT « nc » E nockson. Joh » t.uun it „. >» i LU ei 11 itrnu aim jocaieu ^ v T ..«.*••. .. M.O onut L, \v*j|i(].| r f Oii'irfpf ( ' !i Rock county, Wis., for^"several Vanta Kes of people living in * this' The Epworth Les Fears. beu2lal country and the obligations that a conce '' t b - v a Wi On Febi-uarv 24, 18D2 Mr Koest- ' are ours to al! wno nav e Passed * orest City, male t; :*r was married to Lvd a Jorge'iat' on - j church Sunday e vc ^vansville, Wis. After a vear there A gl ' oup of World ™' veterans panlst «' as Jea " ' N e .hey came to a farm ne-u But from Algona Kavo the Salu 'e to: ( ' - v ' wno 8an S witt vhich Mr. Koestler still owned at "^ Read. Philip Lichty, Lu Verne.; ff' ec "°" tt " d _ p '?« < ! which Mr. Koestler still owned at the Dcadl Philip L 'chty, death. Fn 1U24 they built a beau- SOUndins taps - |tiful homo here, which the family 1 At a bu s>ness j has since occupied. daughters and one son were born: .Mrs. R. H. Lisius, Juanita, Xeb.; .Mrs. William Heerdt, Hector, Minn.; Mrs. L. E. Wetxel, jAltadema, f'alif.; Mrs. E. A. Han- Quartet Gives Concert— Epworth League sponsored a concert by a Waldorf college, Forest City, male quartet at the evening. Accom- N'elson, of Forest with them in one and James Moore, Kenneth p ae Van Buskierk, Mae Vono Buskirk, Nellie Welter. The processional was played by Clara Dahl; Londonderry Aire, ; parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. White- Whitehill, who is sick. I The Harley Shellitos, of Ames, jwere Saturday to Monday guests at 'the parental N. L. Cotton's. j 'Mrs. Barnard Leeper, Swea City, We Anchor. The address was glv- \^L A *f J , , .B^'LmhPr^,^/' T^u ^ ! lo ^ s 1<ast w «* Wednesday, and . . ._ xylophone so-' Bl -- nd Lutheran pastor. Meditation, I nm .. onrt rv,r,-oi vomninort ^m, los. One member of the quartet :s b >" «mall mixed group, and pres- j f£ . °Snd?irents tn? S-iturd-lv Paul nnnoHahi v^v^b entation of awnrris fnii n «-ort | uieu ,-ranapaicuts till batuidaj Mr. and Mrs. Clinton La - - , , present j Paul OPPedahl. Remvick. Mavis Holt, freshman; the activity award, tc Hof, secretary-treasurer,' and""!)"' . Franccs ancl Marjory Toohey, of C. Ellis, committeeman to care for' Xevada and Des Moines respec-, flags and the soldiei.s' graves dec-' tlve y ' were puests of their par- award, to Gladys Lovig, junior, orations—were re-elected and Dr ' cnts ' Mr - and XIrs - D - C'. Toohey/ Tne highest comljined score in ' the week-end and with the social science subjects, American It wns the linmc the Smiths had wanted for years . . . attractive, blft enough, well laid out, modern and comfortable. Comfortable, that Is, until the tirst hot spell came along. Then the sun beat on the roof, heat soaked into the attic, and spread through the whole house. That "IJream Home" became a nightmare of sleepless nights and sticky Irritable days. If heat is ruining your house, for a few dollars you can find new comfort. Merely pour a thick layer of Zonolltc Home Insulation up In the attic, and form a fireproof, heat- resisting barrier that will lower temperatures as much as 15\ Cool, restful nights will he a blessing. Everyone will enjoy new vitality. ZonoIIte brings YEAR 'ROUND COMFORT, and pays for itself In winter fuel savings! See us for a free estimate and demonstration of Zonolitc Insulation. Bring constant coolness to jrour home RIGHT NOW . . . and for as many summers as your house lasts. vices liere are complete were guests at Marlow's j " hostess ° t " , spent Sunday with ^ '"story, and contemporary affairs wm*™ 's Park. , was won in university academic 'r r ' viPtn, Whi n i v ' ^sts b Connor I rS L ? ^r' D ° 1HveTr ' Mra - tton. and Mrs. Roy Jensen. KlIIlan i Krause got home :hapman and Earle^sts by Connor Starin, senior the double holi- the highest total average in al ----- also hv rnnnm- <?f,,-in- ' HoH fo,' George Dau, Three Hills, Alberta, | f 'anada. ! Funeral .services were held Tuesday afternoon at the Lutheran church, the Rev. L. Richmann aon- | ducting, and burial was made the Hurt cemetery. jStonanls In Family Reunion— | A Steward family iheld at Harold her presence. I'liKorson-Muson I'icnic Hold- Local members of the Patterson :and Mason families, also al'. from iout of town who attended the Me! morial day program here, met at ; the town park for a picnic supper. i The , June 10 Visitors at Henry highest score in algebra ig the opportunity to write in the tests at Iowa City on Kubly's last June 6 -'- Lloyd Gochenour won Mrs. Saturday at Dakota Charles City. Air. and Mrs. Frank Capesius. 'Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mutchlns were guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs, for ECONOMY and SATISFACTION „„ Doub/e Tested/Doub/eAction! BAKING POW week were Mr. and Mrs. Henry i second. Babler, Monticello, Wis.; Mr. and' Having perfect attendance for Mrs. Jacob Blessi, Renwick; Mr. I the year were: grades, 1-4, none, and Mrs. George Rhiner, MrsJ. Gl ' a de 5, Lillian Kramer, Gordon Lena Blatti, and Alberta Green, iHalsrud; Grade 6, none; Grade 7, Goldfield. j Kenneth Halsrud, Duane City, Fenton, and She was away three 'Mrs. F. W. England, Muscatine, and Elizabeth Jensen, Graettinger, were recent guests at E. M. Jensen's. Marian Jensen attended graduation exercises week Thursday at Algona last evening. Arlene ! and attending were i Steward, Garner, son .. u .., u , u , | .. •.*,!» H^LH jitiioi uu, J-'Uctiic i\.ruiL /^i --u- — ----............. „„_.. Mr. and 'Mrs. Leo Nelson, wlt h 'Grade 8, Lyle Firkins; Grade 9 01 ^ Son w . as .. a member of the class. ..... ......... ____ i George Thompsons, of Led- ! the daughter Jean, were guests at Mavis Holt, Raymond Rasmussou; L ' U1 ' , ,f rs ' George Pettit, with mily reunion was ' - vard - th e James Zweifels, Corwith, \ L w - Hof ' s Sunday. Jean took : Grade 10, Charlotte Bergum; ar,di tne s ° n ^. lton ' ^' el ,' e business call- Steward's Sundav llle K(i '' v - Masons, Charles City, i " art in a Waldorf college concert ! Gra da 11, Sylva Tonderum, Grade l ?,'- S . at , lear Lake last week • "-" Mason, Fairmont, Mona Ma- ! tha t evening. Mrs. Nelson is Mrs. i 12, Nellie Welter. AVednesday. ..... Mrs. Mary Rav Botsford Lumber Co. Jim Pool, Mgr. ! Myrtle, Minn.; the Ralph Stew- Sards, the Paul Mac-Auleys, and Mr and Mrs. Myron Meinzer. jl.ylc Miirlcw lialiy llaplised— The Lyle Marlows had their baby, Marvin the Lutheran ing. A. C. and Evelyn were .sponsors. The E Llovd; the' 8011 - Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hof ' s aunt. r rs> 'Mr. and Mrs. Jack at l i Dodge, spent the i Harry Von Draska's. Everett Stewards, St. Ansg'ar; Mr. i Mason, Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Lawrence Schumaker, O f ! Donald Pugsley, Blue Earth, . On the honor roll in every se- Anna N ewbrough, of Hum- from out of town. Thompsons in Get-Together— Guests at Peter Thompson's iast s- , Higgins, Fort mester were: Grade 1, none; Grade I °, oldt ' and her son Donald spent week-end at! 2 - Greta Fowler; Grade 3, Barbara the week-end and Memorial day 1 T - T -- — Mr. Higgins | Je an Long, Marjorie Hundertmark is slowly convalescing 'from malta ' John Coyle, Violet Nelson; Grade fever. • |-1, Rosemary Jacobson; Grade 5, The Roy Peitzkes, Webster Citv, I Phyllis Hundertmark; Marion Un-I week were Mrs. G. A. Hanna, ] and Robert Niver, Omaha 7v'ere' at! derberg, daughter Geneva, and the R. C.' Mrs. Myra Peitzke's Sunday The i Grade 7, with relatives here. Gust Kraft, Algona, was an over- Friday night guest at Emil Kraft's. airs. Henry Kueck, with her Calvin Jacobson, Jean ... n i j u i, o uau UIUU tr , ^, . ---- --.--« -w.w«.i^,.j ^luiiuuj. i lie i " • l *"«- '» •-•cuviii u tluuuauil, Jcclll Eugene, baptised at .; lummon as ~ Fairmont; the Everett ' Peitzkes are moving to Waterloo. 'Ann Jacobson; Grade 8, Alf Lee church Sunday rnorn-4-I! 0mP ' SOnS ' e City; the Fay ' Tne Earl Ne als, Clarion, were LaVonne Hansen, Thomas Olson' " ' '" ------- -- , , Bierstedt /.hompsons, Eagle Grove; and the | guests of friends here Sunday E. C Bier- ' VV eor «' e Thompsons, Ledyard. Mrs. • They are former residents of the _. Grade 9, Mavis Holt, Mary Jane the Hofius; Grade 10, none; Grade 11, no He i Lzi Q.QG [Political Advertisement.] For State Superintendent stedts, Mrs. William Bierstedt and ' ? a , nna and Geneva will leave June Lu Verne community. , , ul » uc >.*, v.uuuur v-iarm the latter's son Ralph were dinner ^ °, r ' wo months w ith the Dr. j Floyd and Gale Oglesby, Mason' High school activity letter win""'•"- -'•'-- •"- ' 'f: aul Hannas, Palo Alto, Calif, i City, are spending a few days with 'ners were: Doctor Hanna i^s on the faculty at ( their aunt, Mrs. Arthur Ramus. I Baseball—John Hansen, Kenneth "" M ' - s- Harry Von Draska and her Sween, Connor Starin, Donley Jac- orother, Edw. Root, Dows, went to ! obson, Darwin Jolliffe, Dennis guests of the Marlows. Leaves for Summer Visits — Leland Hanford universitv Kossnth county Republican voters are respectfully asked to support their Xorth Iowa neighbor JESSIE M, PARKER OF WIN.NEJUGO COUNTY' for the nomination for state superintendent of schools when they vote In next .Monday's primarv election. Miss Parker- Jias devoted her life to Educational work. Her activities in the Kdu- tational field have given her the tmjitd vision which is so nw;essar> Jn the office of •Superintendent of J'ubllc Instruction. Her Education- was received at lowu State Teach- sister, and Sioux City for her daughter Stella, student at -Morningside college, who has a job there for part of the summer. College Students Come Home— Kathryn Elvidge, Cedar Falls student, came home Friday for the summer. Dean Clapsaddle and Charles Hanna, Iowa City students, came Saturday. Rachel Clapsaddle, also Iowa City, is expected this week Wednesday. Former Pastor Visits Here— The Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten, Delta, with their children, visited over Memorial day with old Burt riends. Mr. Aten, pastor of the Presbyterian church here many '•ears, left some two years ago. 'tichmann Preaches at Klinper— TV,^,T> T •»•»•* young Dr. was host to j Monroe for Memorial day. ' 'PV«« /^**— /^..t i . . * .. , } \_ijc ( ° U ° Or]owskis . of Sylvus. I Maurice Statern, Hollis Cooper, was spent at refreshments incudin n renesnments, including a spent the Nathalie ' 'Tonderum; ! Children, Melvin and Betty, and - - - - Mrs. Bernard Jensen spent last week Thursday at Mrs. Dora Behrens', Fairmont. Airs. Behrens' daughter Mavis, Minneapolis, who was there, was en route to California to visit Mavis's brothel- Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. George Crow, Farber, Mo., arrived Friday for a visit at the parental R. T. Angus home Mr. Crow will leave for summer school in mid-June. Mrs. Crow will remain for the summer. 'Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough, son Frederick, Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, s er Pa tty, and Florence iPurdy, Olvin Haug, Everett Coyle, ^John, Hansen, Leo Same Price Today as 45 )£__ 25 ounces for 254 Full Pack ••• No Slack MILLIONS &F POUNDS HAiilEE US EDvfeYtiU R G O V E R N ItlNT _ ..^.^VA, opcllu UI« *"—^" wwlill A.lu.uonl, .UCU TT , ., holiday with relatives at ; Wehrspann, Kenneth Sweea, Stan- ^ se i lolder snent 'ast week decor-j Grand Mound. ley Enockson, Darwin Jolliffe, V h "!' sday with Datives at Hum- EIGHTH GRADERS ARE GRADUATED AT WHITTEMORE large audience in honor ^ anniversary of th* A here. Picnic at Fort Dodge- Mr, and Mrs. ~ Donley Jacobson, Dennis Purdy, Frances Enockson, Fae Van Bus- of the kirk, Mae Van Buskirk, Gladys Lod, which .vig, Edna Leist, Charlotte Bergum shortly after he came Maurine Holden, Vivian Purdy, Gladys Satern, Loretta Reese, Ma-' I vis Holt, Marilyn Kinseth. Music—Fae Von Buskirk, Mae boldt. •Mrs. Ida H. Tarbell, of Waterloo, came last week Thursday to visit local friends and look after business interests here. William Murray and his niece, Viola Bierle, drove to Spencer last week Thursday to attend exercises Cemer THE MODERN STEINIE BOTTLE THE BEEB WITH A SNAPtQtt Whittemore, of the eighth June grade 1—'Members graduating- class at St. Michael's school are Francis Fandel, Robert Poirot, E. Walker, Algona, drove to For! Dodge Sunday to join the Harold Kueckers, Jefferson, for a picnic in one of the city's parks. Other Whittemore. ;Henry Priester, of Sleepy Eye, ' --«.. w * i, j. \jti >JUj ,,, ' "*• *-'i\j\*iJj .ujrCj -- „- Donald Elbert, Arthur Eltiert, Earl |Mlnn - spen t the week-end with his The Rev. L. Richmanns were Steier, Eugene Kenne, Cornelius i m °ther, Mrs. Priester Edna Mc- <uests Sunday and Monday of rel- -Hood, William Fandel Gerald El-'" " ~" bert, Ralph Gengler, James Bisen«us, Patrick Farrell, Kathryn service at Klinger, his old j ^uscherfald, Emeline Alig, June A-n. Eischeld, Bernice Con'way. Emma atives at Readlyn, and Mr. Richmann preached at a confirmation eunion lorne town Jurt Hoy Teacher Graduate— D. M. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. >arl Shipler, and Mrs. Le Roy Jurger drove to Cedar Falls Mon"ay to see Edward Stewart gradu-lRuth Yo'unjrw'irth' ted from the State Teachers college. Hoys on Tlsltint? Tour- Mrs. J^aura Mantor, of Cedar Donald, Sioux City, and Celestine McDonald, Chicago, were guests of their mother, Mrs. Mary McDonald. Beatrice Knecht, with Mr „. ,, ^^u,., antl Mrs. Jos. Wolfe, and Wayne, Kissner, Loretta Kollasch, Flor- daughter Jean, all of St. Paul and ence Seymour, Letitia Kenne, Mar- George Wolfe, Le Seuer, Minn., cella Priester, Margaret Rooney, I s " ent Ln e week-end at Theodore Marjorie Mon tag, Maxine Bisenius, " Jean Higgins, Alice Kollasch, and firs College in Cedar later she graduated Falls from Des IMoines University, whore she majored In Education. Her Experience- ibegan with teaching in the grade schools. Later she wus principa of the high school at l^ako Mills Then she was Superintendent oj Schools in Winnebago county. A« State Supervisor— of Rural Schools Miss Parkei made an enviable record for her self in the office of Miss Ague, fiamuelson, who is retiring uex January as State Superintendeu of Public Instruction. Last Surnmer- iMiss Parker attended the Interna tional Conference of Educationa lAssociations in Tokyo, Japan. She lias long been active in the Na tionul Education Association, is state rural service chairman fo the Parent-Teachers' associatioi and an advisory member of the (Federated Clubs' state committee (on public instruction. Lifelong Republican- (Mi.ss Parker lias long been active •in Republican circles. She comes (from u family which has been prominent in Republican politics since Civil war days. Miss Parker is a member of the P. E. 0., the 'Business and Professional Women's clubs and of the Eastern Star. [This advertisement paid for by Kossuth County friends of Miss Parker.] Falls, and her daughters Edna and Marjorie spent the week-end at the Warner-Whitney home. Other linrt News. <Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Patterson and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goebel, Chicago, spent the week-end with Wendell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Patterson. The Goebels had never been in the country before. Arlene Patterson went home with them for a couple of weeks at her brother's. Vera Chipman, Mason City, .spent the week-end with her father, K. O. Chipman. Dale Kennedy, also employed at Mason City, was a guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kennedy. Edwin Allen, Swea City, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Allen. Charles Scotts took Donald and Verne Andreason to Fairmont u few days ago, where then took a bus for Minneapolis to visit their father, after which they were to KO to Oakley, Minn., for another visit. The boys live at Scott and Frank Bahling's. The James Goodwins, of Des Molnes, visited Burt relatives Sunday. Mr. Goodwin a .former Burt boy is a lawyer. Mrs. Mattie Guide, also DOS Molnes, and her daughter Maxine .spent the weekend at C. C. Smith's. Mrs. Fielding Perry and Mrs. H A. Lee, Algona, visited Lura Sewick Sunday. Lura completed .school work at Forest C'ity Friday Frances Reed, Algona, spent a couple of days early in the we->k at Harold Steward's. The Karl Shaleys, Nevada, visited over the week-end at Ora Hurl- burl's and with Ihe Householders She called on old Burt friends Mrs. Slmley. formerly Elva Bierlej lived here some years ago. G. W. and R. A. Bleich and P. L. Stxiinbrook went to Spirit Lake for a fishing vacation over Decora- lion day. Dr. Herbert Bleich and lis father-in-law, Mapleton, Minn., ioiued them there. Ida Stilson, Mason City, visited 'rom Friday to Monday at Martin She came with Wilma Shower for June Bride— A miscellaneous shower was given at the St. Paul Lutheran school hall Sunday for Alice Dau. Cards Knecht's. Herbert and Elvina Braatz, with Thelma Pilz, all of Mapleton, Minn., with the Merlyn Stauffers and Esther Braatz, of Minnesota Lake, Minn., visited at the Louis Braatz home Sunday. Teacher and Mrs. Frank Behnke, Webster City, Husch won a chair prize. The bride-to-be received many gifts. She will be Behnke, Excelsior Springs, Mo., are at Albert Meyer's. married to Lawrence Meyer June! Ml '- and Mrs - E dwin Baas, Westbrook, Minn., and a daughter recently visited the William Laucks Nurse to be Graduated— 'Mr. and Mrs. Simon Eloert, daughter Coletta, and Mr. and Mrs August Elbert left Monday for Dubuque and Davenport. At Davenport they were to attend exercises in which Alma Elbert is being graduated from a 3-year nurses' training course at Mercy hospital. To Work at Hospital— Rose Butler, Cedar Rapids, came Saturday for a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Butler. She attends college at Cedar Rapids, and she has gone back to work at Mercy hospital there during the summer. Aid's Anniversary Celebrated- Sunday evening at St. Paul's Lutheran church the Rev. W. H. Discher gave an address before a and other relatives here. The M. J. Cavanaughs, Fort Dodge, visited at Druggist C. L. Cavanaugh's Saturday. The Fred Maans family, Nashua, Minn., spent the week-end with local relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schreier and Francis Ringler, Milwaukee, spent the week-end with the women's mother, Mrs. Ann Ringler, and the latter's son Donald, who accompanied the Schreiers to Milwaukee for a visit. Supt. and Mrs. F. J. Roohford, son Tommy, and daughter Theila spent a few days last week with Mr. Rochford's father, Frank Rochford Sr., New Hampton. Helen Hahn came home from Elkader, where she had spent last week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lunsman, Mason City, were week-end- Slaughter, who spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Slaughter. 'Mrs. E. C. Nelson, Ames, came up with Mrs. Maude Hanna Saturday and spent the week-end with her sisters, Mrs. Hanna and Mrs. U. F. Elvidge, and the brother, J. G. McDonald. The Vernon Pedersons, Bode, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Pederson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wyot Stott. Merril Stott went home with them for a few days' visit. Marion Bernhard, taking a beauty course at Waterloo, spent from Saturday till '" her parents, Mr. Bernhard. Mrs. Marvin Ovrebo, of Bricelyn, Minn., and her son Dickie spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Stainbrook. Mr and Mrs. George Manus, a? U i?i M Elizab eth, and Elinor Stehle, Northwood, visited Sunday at the H. W. Manus home The Oliver stows, Dolliver, and Chester Stow, Vici, Okla., attended Memorial services here and visited Burt relatives Monday. Mrs. Mary Orchard returnad to her home at Charles City Saturday, after ten days with her niece Mrs. R. W. Rash. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Heaney, of Mankato, spent the week-end at Banker J. T. Heaney's. The men are brothers. The Ross Ringsdorfs, Mapleton, Minn., and Mrs. Bushman, Alden, spent. Monday at Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorfs, 'Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick spent luesday with: the week-end with their daughter, and Mrs. A. C. Mrs. Kenneth May, at Emmetsburg. The E. R. week-end at Pearl Lovstad's, Brandon, Minn. The 0. H. Grahams spent Sunday with Mrs. Graham's sister, Mrs. R. J. de la Hunt, Ames. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Paiue spent Memorial day at the daughter Mrs. Chester Sill's, Galbraith. Woltzes spent the the daughter Mrs. Dahl, Gladys Loretta , Reese, John Hansen, Leo Wehr- spann, Donley Wehrspann. Dramatics— ^Connor Starin, Fae Von Buskirk, Mae Von Buskirk, Leo Wehrspann, Garmon Adams, Donley Jacobson, Marjorie Kramer, Dennis Purdy, Vivian Purdy, Raymond Rasmusson. Presentation, of the graduates was made by Supt. W. P. Truesdell, and W. H. Wehrspann, president of the board, presented the diplomas. The annual school picnic was held in Schneider grove Friday afternoon, and a large crowd attended. Report cards wers distributed at 1:30 by the teachers. ers at Roger Elbert's. The Werner Braatz family visited Mrs. Braatz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sprong, Livermore, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Walsh, of Denver, with two daughters are spending this week with relatives here. Mrs. John Laubenthal spent the week-end with her brother, Patrick Carberry, Norfolk, S. D. Matilda Germann, Des Moines, spent Friday and Saturday at the M. J. Eischeid's. • another The Rev. and Mrs. Thos. D Arends, with the daughters Patty and Jean, drove to Council Bluffs Friday to attend the funeral of a friend of Mr. Arends. Mr and Mrs. Scott Carr, Phillips, S. D., came recently for a brief visit at Caroline Ackerman's. They were en route to Illinois to visit relatives. Mrs. Margaret Masher and Mrs. Kate Wardsoff, Colesburg, were recent guests at Henry Kueck's and Bernard Jensen's. Mrs. Kueck an'd her children, Betty and MeT vm, took them home Monday Dorothy Macumber, Fort Dodge M vlB U In 5 her parents ' Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Macumber Rich Point Geo. W. Godfrey spent last week-end at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel attended Memorial day services at Lu Verne. at "Sonny" son of Mrs. Clara Walker, Algona, is spending the summer with his aunt and uncle, HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Vote For Mrs. Katharine McEvoy Democratic Candidate for Kossuth County CLERK OF COURT I will sincerely appreciate your help in my campaign • ••••••••••••••••••••IUP»_. O^ IT'S GOOD NEWS! ... We have been appointed distributors for Heileman's Old Style Lager. One taste of this beer will tell you why we're proud to have the agency for it. Old Style Lager has a rich, full flavor —with a hearty "SNAP" to it—and yet it's so smooth and mellow on your tongue that you wonder how it got that way. Krausening is the answer. Krausening is slow, costly, old-fashioned. There are many quicker methods of making beer—but they don't give the full flavor of Old Style Lager! Old Style Lager comes in bottles, cans or draught. You'll find it at the best places in town. KENNEDY & PARSONS Distributors Phone 221 Algona, Iowa TheHillimu ! GRENADIEI I 7jt The food tastes fine ... It's GLUEK'S for mine! tatte Ulter I Make PerfectJam and Jelly! SPEAS PEN cup.for.cup method/S worry, saves time, savei money! Only one recipe for a" fruits and berries. No NiVfeR wonder PEN.JEL is Amer?" <*'« favorite }&****. PKGS - GLUEK BREWING COMPANY Coitt ft if

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