Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 30, 1938
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|Tr «mAV. JUNE* 80, 1988. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAGE THRBi Haverley Family Reunion Snuday at the Wesley Old Home Farm - VECHttCT permanent defects. vfl your eyes examined, A , W AMtNSON [ optometrist |,ove Borchafd Drug Stord (ELLYorJAH COST LESS WITH j have proved in their ikitchens that this original .dered fruit pectin nukes bitffr a and jelly. Get more glasses! Use jpen-lcl cup-for-cup method— ilrooe recipe tot »11 fruits tnd jties. You'll never be without igtin! UARANTEEDToMAKE •llyJell £ MRS, HAVERLY, TEN CHILDREN ALL TOGETHER Wesley, June 28—A Haverly reunion was held Sunday at the J. L. 'Havevly farm, northeast of town, the old family home, and attending .were Mrs. Agatha Haverly, ten children and their families — Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haverly, Sacramento; Mrs. Jos. Klelnpeter, Los Angeles; the Arthur Haverlys, of Bloomer, Wla.; the Casper Kupers, Hampton; the Peter Haverlys, Oelwein; the James Haverlys, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Klelnpeter, the (Henry Haverlys, the Alf Studers, and the Jack Haverlys and five children. Others were Mr. and 'Mrs. George Kelch, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Downs, the Roy and Vincent Klelnpoters, George Prema, OGvroul Loebig, and Dennis Lickteig, all of Wesley; the Don W. Meleiieys, Britt; Mrs. Loon Smith, Fort Dodge, four children; and the Edward Cinks, Woden. Grandma Haverly sat at the first table with her ten children, and this was their first get-together in more than 25 years. Francos Uhaniliers to Wed— Mr. and Mrs. John Mullins, with five children, will attend the wedding of Mrs. Mullins' sister, Frances Chambers, Corwith, to Merle Holt, of Ottosen, June 30, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Chambers, near Corwith. Mrs. Mullins will play the wedding march, and her little daughters Betty and Marlys will be flower girls. Missionary Here for Summer— Gusta Swanson, missionary from India in the States on'furlough, arrived last week Thursday from Chicago for the summer at Mrs. Esther Skow's. To Install "Aux" Officers— The Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday, July 7, for installation of officers, Mrs. Samuel Alne hostess. Other Wesley News. raBSt'iss; / r*^^ • he guarantee! f • •tiifactlonor /•; r money back! / ^I^^^Lf-J 1U Aid Guest Day 1'luimcd— The Methodist Aid will have a guest day Tuesday, July 28, at the church, Mrs. Bottom and Helen Franzen in 'charge of program. A play, Gossip, will be given, besides musical numbers. The Corwith, Britt, Sexton, Doan, and Titonka Aids, Prlscilla Phoebe society here, and the Hutchins Bible Group have been invited. Study HEILEMAN'S Forbor^er Family Has IMcnic— The Tom Forburgers had a picnic Sunday at W. W. Dirkson's, of Woden, and others attending were the Henry Weilands, Hutchins; the Frank Baxters, Britt; Mr. and Mrs. William Guthrie, daughter Darlene, and Mr. and Mrs. "Mid" Tilton, of the Tllton-Guthrio playing at Britt. Mrs. Frank Goet/., daughter Margaret, son Frank, and a friend, all of Elmn, spent Sunday with Mr. Goetz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Goetz. Mr. and Mrs. George GoeU and Dr. and Mrs. R. J, Thts- sen, Algona, went to Eagle Grove Sunday to consult a doctor about Mrs. Thissen's health. The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hildman and Mr. and Mrs. J. L Studer spent Sunday afternoon fishing at Clear Lake. Lucille Hildman is with her sister, Mrs. Herman Lyons, Algona. Mrs. Lyons and an infant daughter were taken home'Friday from the Kossuth hospital. The baby has been named Mary Elean. The Alf Studers entertained Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haverly, Josephine Klelnpeter, Mrs, Agatha Haverly, and the Casper Kupers, Monday. The Edw. Cinks, Woden, had as 6 p. m. dinner guests Tuesday Mrs. Agatha Haverly, Mrs. Josephine Kleinpeter, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haverly. Sunday dinner guests at D. L. Pfeffer's were his father, N. P. Pfeffer, Corwith, and Edw. Marguerite, and Eva Pfeffer, of Des Moines. Guests at Alfred Erdman's were the Charles Gllbrides Algona, the Frank .Conleys, Livermore, and Mrs. Kate Kennedy. The Peter Haverlys, Oelwein, came Sunday for the Haverly reunion. They took Donna Jean to Webster City that night, and thence she returned by train to Omaha, where she is studying at St. Joseph's hospital. She was graduated last spring. Doctor and Mrs. Raney were at a .Raney reunion at the fair grounds, Algona, last week Sunday, 100 attending. Frances Ann Zitlritsch, Algona, visited her sister, Mrs. Raney, from last week Wednesday till Sunday. The A. E. Rasmussens, of Forest City, and the Carl and Arthur. Emmons families, Emmons, Minn., were guests at Druggist H. J. Braley's Sunday for a family get-to- ELEVATOR AT LONEROGK IN ANNUAL MEET Lone. Rock, June 28—The annual meeting of the Lone Rock Exchange -was held Saturday, President George Nyman presiding for the following program: ptano solo, Doris Mae Blanchard; violin solo, Maxlne Flaig, accompanied by Mary Ann Flalg; vocal solo, Gerald Radig, accompanied by Doris Blanchard; piano solo, Lucille Genrlch; vocal jtrio, Mary Ann and Maxine Flalg, and Lucille Genrlch. Mr, Nyman and P. M. Christenson were reelected directors. County Agent Brown gave M. Grosses, and Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Gross attended a Gross reunion at Roland Sunday, and on the return week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Poole, Fort Dodge, spent Friday night at the trip the V. J. Grosses stopped at n ' 0 ^ IL u ° d "i e Mrs. Kate Hawks Arnos to SGI M£ti*y Cs,tnGi*iiis HH.ITI*" l r i , > « « son, also at Fort Dodge to get | U, a jj) ed them home Saturday for a Georgia and Judith Bartholomew,' all for a visit at V. J.'a. Attend Albert Lea Itennlon— The J. M. Blanchards, the R. T. Angus family, the Delmar An- guses, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ditt- visit. Leona Schulz, Wentzville, Mo., recently called on friends here. The M. H. Heiters, of Livermore, spent Sunday at W. C. Heitor's. Laurena Laabs accompanied the Charles Voights, Fenton, to Redwood Falls, mer, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton, fw( ,1 rai18 - «'"«;• «"««"£• lor * and the W. J. Cottons wer.e at a f amly reunion. Thomas Mann .of Williams reunion at Albert Lea ^ P, 0 .^/^ '^Wednesday Sunday, 57 attending. The Harley Shellltos, Ames, attended. Attend Funeral in Minnesota- Mrs. James Long, Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt, Mrs. Martha Rath, son Lawrence, the William Raths, Good Mr. and Mrs. H. .T. L. A. Quinn, Washington, D. C., was a last week Tuesday evening dinner guest of the W. J. Cottons. The C. C. Cushlngs, of Mty, spent Sunday afternoon Jim Ackarman's. iThe Clarence Hope, the Harvey Raths, of Lu I Andersona, Armstrong were Bat- Verne, and the Bert Olsons, Swea | "''day dinner guests of Mrs. Hattle City, drove to Buffalo Lake, Minn., I s P. ranl < and called on other rel- tors. County Agent Brown gave „ '' "•"'- -" """»•" ^a.™, """••" at i vcs a talk, and Doris Blanchard played ™toy for the funeral of Lydia «'«£; a piano solo, after which.ice cream and cake were served. Shower for a New Bride— A miscellaneous shower was given Friday evening at Mrs. A. A. Grueger's, honoring Mrs. Gale Hanson, nee Dorothy Macutnber, Fort Dodge, 25 attending. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Michael Elbert^and Mrs. Clarence Macumber, Algona; Mrs. R. L. Dransfeldt, Bancroft; Mrs. Otto Jensen', Mrs. Evelyn Earing, Kathryn Ste- britz, Mrs. Otis Sanders, and Mrs. "Dick" O'Donnell. Rath. Eiffht to Irvington Guest Day- Mrs. J. M.. Blanchard, Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Fred Genrlch, Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, Mrs. Lillie Thompson, daughter Neva, and Mrs. William Donad Westby, of Valley City, N. D., and her son Robert, who are visiting the former'3 mother, Mrs. William Fish, Whittemore, spent from last week Tuesday till Friday at Chester Alme's. Mrs. Alme, daughter Shirley, and guests were Wednesday dinner ,. Christenson attended an Aid Guest guests at A. A. Krueger s. Many to Hingstcd Gnest Day— From here attending a Presbyterian Aid guest day at Ringsted last week Wednesday were Mesdames Will Christenson, C. Madison, Osborne, Andrew Thomsen, I. W. Nelson, Fr-ank Flaig, Alex Krueger, Fred Genrich, N. L. Cotton, W. C. Heiter, Edw. Ohm, Lillie Thompson, Ray Snyder, and W. G. Flaig, also Marjorie Osborn and Neva Thompson. Theater Party for Mrs. Pearson— A 7 o'clock dinner and Cheater party was given as a farewell courtesy for Mrs. Eugene Pearson at Algona last week Thursday evening, and attending were Mesdames Frank Flaig, H. J. Rice, Alex Krueger, Fred Genrich, J. M. Blanchard, Ray Snyder, Arthur Priebe, and W. G. Flaig. Grosses to Family Reunion— ' 'Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gross, the C. day at Irvington Friday. Two New Babies Here— Mr. and Mrs. "Dick" O'Donnell are the parents of a 6-lb. girl, born last week Thursday, and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Kueck have a new boy, born last week Monday. Mrs. Kueck was formerly Lucille Nelson. shows now ]$yThi$Sign%Ska/I VwwWhete tbBu$ \GOODBEER -.3 Jfeswolds Have a Daughter— Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Neswold are parents of a daughter, their first born, born June 21. Dr. and Mrs. James Adams, Akron, Ohio, formerly Wesley, are parents of a son, -born June 17. The doctor is a son of Dr. F. L. Adams here, and this is the lalter's first grandchild. Daughter for Lawrence IMckcs— A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ricke, Williams, Friday night. There is now two boys and two girls in the family. Mrs, Ricke is Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Froelich, here. ' Lone Rocker Has Operation— George Rath had an appendectomy at the Kossuth hospital Sunday. Other Lone Bock. The Lyle Marlows spent .Sunday afternoon at Clarence Macumber's, Algona, and called on Mrs.' Irwin. Wetzell and Mrs. "Dick" O'Donnell at the Kossuth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen and Doris Madden, Algona, called at James Wadsworth's last week Thursday. Mrs. George Schenck, Los Angeles, and her daughter Lorraine are spending this week at Wadsworth's. Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, daughter Grace, and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough spent last week Thursday at John Newbrough's, Humboldt, and Grace remained there for a 1 Edw. Dittmer's, near Burt, during the Dittmers' absence in Washington state and elsewhere in the West. The Dittmers were to attend a Salisbury reunion. The ice cream social given at the Union township 4-H club in the Good Hope Community room last week Wednesday night drew a good-sized crowd in eplte of competing attractions, and around $18 was taken in to defray expenses of an outing for the club at the lakes. The Roy Sarchets visited the Arthur Gustafeons- at Boone Sunday. H. W. POST Dray and Transfer STORAGE of ALL KINDS Umg Distance Hauling Every load Insured against loss and damage ol all kind*. Equipped to do all kinds of lauling and draying. I'HONE 288 Algona, low* Dr. Raymond Hobson, Marcus, his family, and Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Hobson, Burt, spent last week Thursday at Harry Hobson's. Mrs. Otis Sanders and daughter, Mrs. Ivan McLaughlin, Tucson, Ariz., called on the local .Hobsons lasi week Monday. The M. O. Richards family drove to Algona Sunday and there took Mrs. Eliza Richards home from a hospital where she had spent several weeks. Mrs. C. W. Peters, Algona, her children, the Rudolph Peters family, and Vivian Morgan had a picnic dinner at Silver Lake Sunday. 15° Mrs. Irene Studer Sick— Mrs. Irene Studer was abed part of last week with the flu. Her son Leander spent the week at Peter Kelch's, Corwith, and Arlene was with her grandparents, Mr. and. Mrs. Gregory Studer, St. Benedict. Three Families to Telelag— The Olof and Henry Funne- niarks, with the Ole Floras, attended a Lake Mills telelag Friday. This was a two-day celebration by people whose ancestors came from Teletnarken, Norway. Shower for Hedwlg Klchter— Hedwig Richter was honoree at a misscellaneous shower at Helen Franzen's. She will be married to Edward Dusold, Mason City, Sat- gether. J. P. Studer and Alfred Erdmaa drove to Ackley last week Thursday afternoon to see Mrs. Bertha Ritschmeier about a building to be erected on her farm south of town. •Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Flom, daughter Margaret, and Mrs. Ha Ivor Flom Jr. spent Friday and Saturday at Lake Mills, attending a tele- lag celebration. Dorothy GoeU is at home from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where she had a nasal operation one day last week. She will go back for check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haverly, with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haverly, visiting here from California,' drove to West Bend Friday to see the grotto. A general Methodist Aid meeting will be held July 6 at the church, Mrs. Raymond Hanson and Mrs. Clarence Ward serving. Mrs. John Mullins will be hostess to the Methodist W. F. M. S. at the church Friday; Mrs. Bottom, leader. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sherman went to Williams Sunday to look after the former's father's farms. Vivian Studer spent lost week at her cousin Mrs. Edward Gink's, near Woden. 4. Nurse IVIns a Promotion. Good Hope, June 28—Alta Albright, who has been anaesthetic nurse in a Kenosha, Wis., hospital several years, leaves July 5 for New Bedford, Mass., where she will hold a similar position in St. Luke's hospital. This is a distinct advance for Miss Albright as re- urday morning at St. Joseph's gards responsibility, size of insti- church here. 'union, and salary. Good Hope Mrs. E. L. Broesder, who had been a patient at the General hospital several weeks, was brought home Sunday. Mrs. W. I. Dodds was a weekend guest at her daughter Mrs. Claude Seeley's while Mr. Seeley was in Minnesota. Jessie Sarchet and a nephew, Gerald Romstad, are keeping house and caring for the farm chores at Surprise I was in St. Paul all day Monday. It was my lucky day. I had my rabbit's foot right with me. Got the best buy I ever made. Will have a real surprise for ths men of this community as soon as the suits arrive. 350 of them. Prom the Northern Jobbing Co. of St. Paul I got all their $25.00 and $30.00 suits, beautiful tailoring, 100% pure worsteds. About 50 summer suits in tropical worsteds, gaberdines and twists. Our price on the regular suits will be $12.50, and on the summer suits, $10.00. The Northern Jobbing Co. wholesale price on these suits was $20.00 but they are cleaning house and I'got them all at a big reduction. They are new clean stock and the very latest styles and patterns. Will tell you all about it next week. Jimmie Neville For a successful July 4th, Clothes that are cool and comfortable well as the last word in smart- Generation* Have Known HEILEMAN'S . ing cry from the _.„ : days of '49 to today . . , >e Lager has been a popijUr «t through all those ye,ars ... sigbty-eight years there 'ha^ better beer than this o!4 wd . krausened brew that such a mellow flavor and IW tof"* 8 *"' Y ° U WUI *** H*«fc.., today... .tomorrow I, ' Wwa Vs ... Its delightful usvor % y ? 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