Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 4, 1938
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, T ttmnAY. AWPflt 4,1938. KOSStTTH COUNTY •ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA igonian^clls Corwith Bank Building PAGE f ttttf R UILOINGTO BE USED FOR A TOWN HALL council Friday buying the old building from TscharlachTAlgona, for $2000. he vote was In favor, and the will be used as a town soon as the interior of the has 'been remodeled and use the rear, where K lunch is now: located, to imre the fire truck and another truck. This can be done by a large door and building ch from the street, of cells will be Installed THEJ>OCKETBOOK *. town jail in the room formcr- 'S used for directors' meetings. y A large room left In the front * will be the council rooms. A man's rest room may also be Sled. A large bank vault will used for' storage of town rec- Hf'is'a good building in a good location and will make one of the |Esmall town halls in northern l IO Mr' Scharlach had been asking j» much larger sum, but on learn- R,B that It was proposed to use Ittf building'for a town hall, he (cut the price by way of donation IM h s old home town. He was a Iresident of this community many |r before retiring to Algona, owns farm land here. I Three Churches In Picnic— nt congregations of the Cor- h Holmes, and Goldfield Bap« churches held a join baptis- service and picnic dinner at Fountain City park at God- last week Sunday. Seventy- e attended the dinner, and many 1 others joined the group after din' or the special services. There group singing, and. a special emon was delivered by the Rev. Paul Williams^ Cof with. Surprise Honors Birthday- Tn>m Thompson was pleasantly ' ner ._ ISNEP A? PROTECTION AGAINST THE RAys OF rug SOW -..HOT AGAIN fT RAM .-. NINE OUT OF TEN OF THE TOP EXECUTIVE* IN THE AMERICAN STEEL INPimpy HAVE WORKEP THEIR WAV UP FROM THE BOTTOML.MORE THAN HALF OF THEM HAVE WORKED THEIR WAV UP FROM THE RANKS OF THE COMPANV IN WHICH THEV STARTED THEIR CAREERS - 1R. VELVEt'SliPPERS FROM THE flUCW STREETS, THEV WORE AH APPITIONAL PAIR Of SHOES UEP CH0PINE5) ICH HAP ' 7 . MM ft THICK/ THE TAX BILL OF AMERICAN CORPORATIONS W/ER TEN YEARS cXCcfPcP Tffc/K ,NET tKSHWGS &y ABOUT Ot/e~THIRt),~ '^•20,687.000.000 EARN1N6S A* COMPARE? WITH TAVE* or \73f.OOO.OOO IN THE ECUADORIAN ANPE5. EARTH WOKMf GKOW T,FEET LOUS Mt> f'/i. INCH& IN ...... THEV ARE 6ATRJ 8V THE NATIVES NEWEL FAMILY AT FENTON HAS GET-TOGETHER nd Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, the' W. Stobers, the 0. H. Stoebers, the J. Franks, the Charles Newels, fir. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers, son 3ickie, the C. L. Osborns, Frank Bailey, sons Hadley and John, aughters Frances, and Donna can, Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Newel, Ir. and Mrs. John Bellinger, Mrs. mma Curry, Mrs. Freelove Weis- rod, son Maurice, Mr. and Mrs. 'hilip Weisbrod, the Rev. and Mrs. . G. Waterman, Mr. and Mrs. F. '. Newel, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond toeber, Lyle Bassett, Mrs. G. B. LONE ROCK LOCALS The A. D. Newbroughs had as | play at Fenton Saturday evening Sunday dinner guests honoring Mrs. Newbrough's birthday anniversary the John Newbrouglis and the Ray Reynolds family, Hum- John Thompson surprised at hie home Sunday evening, when a group of relatives "rived to help him celebrate a birthday anniversary. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Krauss, the Clifford, Ole, and Clarence Jordinger families, Irene Olson, boldt, the Edw. ington, and the broughs. Blaiichards, Irv- Lawrence Now- The Raymond Bierstedts wer< Sunday supper guests at C. E Sigsbee's, Burt. The M. 0. Richards family an Mrs. Ray Webb, Burt, spent las week Thursday at William Bils borough's, Algona, and Ha Bils Mrs. Edw. Blanchard had an ap- borough came here with the Rich ._j.. t ----- _. .... r,_ ...... . jUl uuife*'* "—•-— • _ . . Mrs. Ellen Bird, Crystal Lake, her sone, Ted Swelland, and Ardon Berhow. I Oat Yield Is light- Threshing was delayed here for several days by the heavy rains of last week-end. The oat yield, so far reported, has been light! W. F. Erdman reports that one field made 40 bushels to the acre, and, Dean Brown' reports 50 bushels, but other reports have been considerably. less. Cataract Patient Home Again— Mrs. Claire Genung, Correctionville, and two sons, Lynn and Bob, are with the former's uncle, A. R. Gardiner, who was brought home late last week from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where he had a cataract removed from his right eye. Three Birthdays Celebrated- Mr, and Mrs. George Geibel and the Jos. Geibels attended a picnic Sunday at the Eagle Grove park to celebrate the birthdays of Lyle Gourley, John Ro'bert Stevenson, and Peter Geibel. Mr. Geibel was 86. ' Operation Patient Eecoyering— Mr. and Mrs. Lenn Mitchell report that their daughter Alberta, who last week had an operation at the Mason City Mercy hospital, is doing well. Other Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Pay Scace, daughter Betty, and Elizabeth Oxley drove to the Okotoojis last week Thursday to attend a picnic for members of the Iowa Independent Telephone association. Mrs. Mattie Beers accompanied them as far as Estherville for a week at her son Burdette's. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hlldebrand entertained supper guests Friday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur pendectomy at the Kossuth hospital Monday. The A. F. Kruegers, Fairmont, were Sunday supper guests at Will Christenson's. The Henry Schroeders were dinner guests at F. F. Schroeder's, Fenton. Evening guests at Schroeder's were the H. A. Wieners, Mrs. Jennie Whitford, John Whitford, Mrs. L-.vci Klatt, and Hariett Schmelling, Eramott'- burg, and the F. F. SchroedeM. The Fred Haacks were Sunday supper gueste at Frank Schacl- ler's, Emmetsburg, and thoy were evening callers at John Schaeller's, Whittemore. William Barker, Swea City, is' visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harris were Sunday guests-at P. L. Person's. Calvin Householder, Chicago, is spending this week with his family. Ruth Ellen Householder :s with Charlotte Reidel, Fenton. The I. W. Nelsons were Sunday dinner guests at Arthur Baker's, Good Hope. Roy Hincs sppnt the week-end with relatives at Hampton. Hertha RaVmko and Dicky and Harry TheesfieM, of Fenton, spent Sunday with Blma Krueger. The Walter Thompsons, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen, and the Maynard Kuecks spent Sunday evening at Henry Kucck's. Myrtle Orvick, Ledyard, spent last week at Kueck's. The Ruldolph Peter family had as Sunday supper guests the Rev. L. Richmann, Burt, and his family, and the Rev. E. F. Peter family, Breckenridge, Ok!a. Margaret Nelson, Chicago, arrived Sunday for a visit at the parental William Nelson's. Other dinner guests that day there were the Alton Hurlburts and the Maynard Kuecks. 'Whittemore, the Theo. Jacobsens, Kamboldt, and Mrs. Lillian ' Stangle, Carroll, who is spending the week here. Mrs. Dora Laabs, her children, the Harold Grosses, the Alex Rad- Igs, the William Fuerstenaus, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Theis, Bancroft, Catherine Kressin, Pasadena, Willis Vogel, Burt, and the -Leland Hantlemans, Fenton, had a picnic dinner at Interlaken Sunday, and Miss Kressin accompanied Mrs. WESLEY NEWS Fenton, Aug. 2—A Newel family evening, September 5, when union was held Sundav at the 'membership will be given eunlon was held Sunday at the lethodist church. Attending: Mr. nd Mrs. T. 0. Lively and S. L. lively, Palestine, Tex.; Florence . Newel, New York Mills, Minn.; Irs. H. A. O'Neal, St. Paul; Mr. nd Mrs. A. J. Relnchenbach, New "ork City; the Le Roy Newels, ilrs. Kate Newel, Gall Hesse, Hart- the Frank tenry Johnsons, Welsbrods, Kanawha; the Mr; ohnson, Mr. and Mrs. kVeisbrod, George Newel, 'enton, and Howard Rabey, nond. Shelby all of Bel- ar( j s f am jiy f 01 . a visit. The Or Hurtburts had as Sunday guests the Ralph Hurlburts, the Orni Behrends family, Seneca, and th Everett Richardsons, Algona. Mr and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott were evening callers there. Mrs. Caroline Ackarman, Burt, spent Friday at Frank Flaig's. Mrs. Hattie Sprank, daughter Helen, and Anna Flaig spent lost week Wednesday at G. J. Burl's, Armstrong. J. M. Blanchard and his son Harlan attended a lumbermen's dinner at Algona last week Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. ' M. Blanchard, daughter Doris, son Jesse, and granddaughter, Beverly Sones, of Sutherland, left last week Wednesday for a visit at John Flynn's, Detroit. Mrs. Flynn is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Parsons, Afton, and their daughter Carol Jane, came Sunday for a visit 'at Andrew Thomson's. Lillian Angus, who attends summer school at Cedar Palls, spent the week-end at tha parental R. T. Angus home, and Mr. and Mrs. George Crow took her to Cedar Falls Monday. Sunday afternoon and lunch guests at Lawrence Dittmer's were Ionium Strucckcr.s GnindpnJ"cnts- Lila Powell and her father, Mendota, 111., were Saturday visitors it Truman Johnson's. Miss Powell s a former teacher of Mrs. Johnson. Mrs. Johnson and the children, Merv'in and Lila Joyce, visited Mrs. Lawrence Johannessen and the latter's new bat>y at Ban- roft last week Thursday. The baby, Kathryn Ann, was .born Sunday, July 24. Mrs. Johanessen is the daughter Edna of the Herman Strueckers, and the Strueckers are grandparents for the first time. Hanson Family in Get-Together— Attending a Hanson family reunion Sunday at Fort Defiance park, Esther-vine, were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Olson, Los Angeles; Mrs. Clarence Olson, Whittier, Calif., the' Edw. and Orrie Hanson, the William Garms family, the Charles, Melvin, Ole, and Hans Hansons, all of Round Lake, Minn.; and the Samuel Olsons, B. G. Berkelands, Fenton. . Mr, and Mrs. Karll Wester, Keosauqua, and their ba'by girl came Saturday for the week-end at Emil Wester's. Leila Wester, of Ames, was also here, and Anna Wester, dietitian In a hospital at New York City, arrived Saturday fo.- a month's vacation. The Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening with Mrs. Hirner as hostess. A special membership meeting was planned for Monday evening, September 5, when a fvee away and there will 'be a potluck luncheon. Mildred Lawler, of Minneapolis, :ame Sunday for a week with hoi- sister, Mrs. Vincent Daughn. 'Mrs. Ignatius Eisenbacher and her youngest son Joseph went to Iowa City last week Thursday, and the boy went through the university hospital clinic. He is now taking treatment for a diseased hip. He underwent an operation on one leg at an Algona hospital in July. Mrs. Eisenbacher returned Saturday, 'but Joseph will have to go back in six months for a check-up. Emma Studer, Rita Wingert, and Zita Studer went to Milwaukee Saturday night to visit relatives and friends and attend ceremonies in which Mary Lorenz will receive her white veil and thereiby become a novice. The Wesieyans returned Wednesday. The Lawrence Koppens returned Monday from a two weeks vacation at lakes in northern Minnesota. The walls and attic at the daughter Theresa, Emma Studer, and relatives of the Lorenzes from Britt drove to Milwaukee a few days ago to visit Mary Lorenz, who Is attending St. Francis convent there and will receive her white veil sometime this week. Dorothy Kraus went to Minneapolis Monday for a week with relatives. Doctor Pfeffer and his family have moved into the Uhlenhake house, across the street from the Catholic parsonage. The doctor recently bought the property from Mrs. Mary Uhlenhake. Btella Lloyd came home Monday from Charles Oity, where she visited relatives and friends two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Goetz and Mrs. Kate Kennedy were Sunday dinner guests at Isadore Meyer's, near St. Benedict; and called on the Wald- schmidts in the evening. Mrs. Loel Root and her baby daughter Ellen Margaret came Sunday from the parental George Sheridan's, Clear Lake, where :hey had spent a week. Anthony Johnson, who operates a blacksmith shop at Ottosen, spent Sunday here with his family. Mrs. Mike Goetz and her three children spent Friday with the former's mother, Mrs. Barbara Schrauth. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Alne Orove to Story City Sunday to visit Mrs. Alne's parents and other relatives and bring home the daughter Ros- Announcement! opening of the office of Lloyd S. Bohannon (in the Hutchison BIdg.) FARM LOANS BONDS REAL ESTATE INSURANCE Introducing "The Farmers" Automobile Insurance—at savings tip to 40%. Maximum Protection at Minimum Cost Phone 103 wrssmmr/rsssss/m^^^ Vee Mullin house have been insulated by a Cowan crew from Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kleinpeter, David, and Diane were Sunday dinner guests at Edw. Cink's, near Woden. The John Youngwirths were at Edw. Youngwirth's, Whittemore. The Clare Wingerts, Waterloo, visited Sunday at Frank Wolf's and Lawrence Wingert's. The Charles Kraus family went o Manly Sunday for a visit with he Jacob Krause's. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Engen, Swea Sity, were at he son Paul's here. The "Budd" •aWsons, Corwith, visited the John Hutchisons. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Lorenz, evening: Mr, ana Mrs. Artnui iivuss n.rc»aiu a<-v.u...i.«..-— ,. Smith, Pontiac, III.; Mrs. Carrie Laabs home for a few days visit. Earp, Cornell, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wallberg, Algona, and a daughter; and Mr. and Mrs. Ren Smith. Mr. and Mrs, .Ralph Johnson, a son, Ralph Allen, Mrs. Allle Erickson, and Marie Halligan drove to Livcrmore Sunday to visit Mrs. J. R. Johnson. The Henry Kuecks spent last week Thursday at Fort Dodge and called on Mrs. Ernest Haack, patient at the Lutheran hospital there. , The Mothers club will meet next week Wednesday with Mrs. Carl Rath, Swea City. Ben Wolfgrara, Fergus Falls, The Genn Francis family visited Minn., the Mark Simmons family Margaret Schroeder, Wesley, sister land the Harvey Higleys, Fairmont, of Mrs. Francis, Sunday. The John'the Walter and George Jentz fam- Duttons, Algona, were at Glenn' Hies, the Arthur Muellers, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wolf gram, all of Fenton, had a picnic dinner Sunday at A. H. Hanna's. Mrs. I. L. Anderson, Clarissa, Minn., spent from last week Mrs. J. B. Johnson and her son Robert are at New Rjchland, Minn., visiting at Mr. Johnson's sister Mrs. Henry Smidt's. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hartin, Des woines, spent the week-end with latter's parents, Mr.-and Mrs. Soreneon. Thursday till Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz and attended an Andrews reunion at West Bend Sunday. Mr. Schultz George Lester visited the Ray took Mrs. Anderson to Fairmont naughans Saturday. He was at Monday, and thence she went home for a short visit from college home. a t Cedar Falls Mr. and Mrs. George Long weie M. P. Pfeffer, son Edward, his Sunday guests at Asa Warners, B » 1 » and Eva Pfeffer have re- Ledyard. Be Etta Nemmers Ban- week of fishing in' croft, spent last week Thuzsday and Friday at Longs. Charles Dittmer, the Arie Leonard DHtrners, and Mr. Nine to Walther Camp— Marcie Mitchell, Margaret Barkve, Ella Mae Jacobsen, .Arlene Mitchell, Marian Finnestad, the Rev. A. K. Gaard, and the latter's daughter Helen left Monday for the Okobojis to attend a Luther Walther league camp this week Faith Finnestad and Esther Jensen were to go this week Tuesday Dinner Celebrates Birthday— The Harold Dickinsons, Sioux City, visited the Walter Fishers Friday and Saturday. The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Jenswold, Depew, were also din ner guests Saturday of the Fishers, in honor of Mrs. Fisher's birthday, and Sunday the Fishers were guests of the JensWolds. Health Girl Takes Tests- Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, leader o: the Fenton Forwards 4^H club Faith Finnestad, health girl, and Mrs. John Finnestad went to Algona Tuesday, and Faith took a health test there for county Mrs. Edw. Dittmer, ah of Burt; R. T. Angus, Mr. and Mrs. George Crow, and Dr. and Mrs. Lyle Morris, Northport, N. Y. -Doctor Morris showed moving pictures of the group taken last summer while the Morrises were visiting here. The basement of the local church has been refinished. The walls were tinned. Fred Genrich did the work. The Otis Sanders family spent Sunday afternoon at Interlaken and calling at Granada on s Jesse Whitman, who had just returned from a hospital where one of his arms was amputated. The Clarence Endersons, Armstrong, were Sunday supper guests at W. G. Flaig's. Francis Poole, Fort Dodge, came Saturday night for Mrs. Poole, who had spent a week with Mrs. Kate Hawks. Theo. Krueger and Floyd Marsh made a business trip to Fort Dodge Sunday. The Paul Olsons, who moved into the building recently occupied by the Jack Sprat store, will open a variety store there soon. The building has been repainted. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Blanchard and the Chester Almes spent Sunday at the John Sones home, Sutherland. Vera Morris left last week-end to prepare for teaching again at Cowrie. IMr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig took their daughters Maxine and Mary Ann, with Marjorie Jensen, to the Methodist camp at Clear Lake Thursday to join other 4-H girls for an outing till Sunday. and | Achievement day ust 9. Tuesday, Aug- A'cterttn Home from Hospital— Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Ben Mitchell, and Albert Mitchell went to Knoxville last week Wednesday and brought home Morris Mitchell dismissed from the veterans' hos pital there after several months o: treatment. Picnic at the Call Park- Mr, and Mrs. Henry Relmers with Mrs. Dorthea Gerhard an< her children, met the Raymom Reimers family, Mason City, at the Ambrose A. Call State park for a picnic dinner Sunday. Living In a Trailer- Mr, and Mrs, Harlan Gtaard lef Sunday in a trailer which Mr Glaard recently completed for two weeks at Austin, Minn., where Mr Gaard is attending an auctioneer ing school. Callfomian is Visiting Here- sons. Rich Point Mrs. Frank Capegius, her daughters Evelyn, and'Mrs. Julius Wini ' were at Mason City from Minnesota.. .. Mr and Mrs . Mobert Masterson. Mr. and Mrs. Leo. Sankey, Bri t, daughter Roberta, with the Floyd son Harold, Mrs. Emelie Heiden, were at Mason City .with, and Carl GeUenfeld Algona, Monday. „ _ . „. .„ ee |spent.Sunday at Fred L Wegene i• sherwood a,"?, 6 ? a8tern Stars held a picnic and Gordon Wegener ^companied « the home of Mrs. A. B. Mullins the Sankeys home for a visit. I ne "Way. iWegeners spent Saturday at Fan- Thimble Circle had a picnic mont. Wednesday. Pauline Black, Britt, spent last week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Black. . Clem Reilley, employed on the S. J. Deviiie farm, fell sick last week and is still unable to work, is taking his ,, •*•*•*« w*» v*v A*»M. «t i/*v»*»w the Corwith town park Friday. The Bert Olsons, of Swea City, were Sunday dinner guests at James Long's and called at W. tt. James n J^^ ^ ^ afternoon. —ow«, AV6 . -t — Jimmy.'ta E. M. Jenisen's, and Helen Jen- E son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph se n went home with them for a . fell from the hog house last visit. A. H. Hutchias,on, A n. the Hanna, Everett Banna, and B. M. -0 VT-'-i_ « n ^/> o hnslness trip to B^ swollen right eltoow out of, Jensen made arm, was given a doe-, Washington, attention att a Va9 p w t fa a Frank Fla'g. *""• It ww sjtijl jainfuJly Emil Kraft, and the Krueger. Mrs. place. Mrs. Henry Weber, Lu Verae, is a patient at the Kossuth hospital, having had a major operation. The Webers were for many years, and till recently, residents of this vicinity. ... • Several people from this neighborhood visited the grotto at West Bend Sunday and heard an Instructive talk on the work by Father Dobberstein, who estimates, that it will still require seven years to. corop^te the grotto. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walker were Sunday guests of Mrs. Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rauey- Hugh alie, who had spent three weeks here. Irving Alne remained for a longer visit. Olive Espe, of Story City, is spending a week with her cousin Rosalie. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Studer, son 'Billy," and daughter Jeanne were Sunday supper guests at Leo Waldschmidt's. Max Burrell, Urbana, called on his sister, Mrs. Ammon Lease, last week Thursday. Patsy MoMurray, Belmond, is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. R. B. Hopkins. \. Mildred Fox Is back at the Exchange State bank, after a, week's tussle with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Erdman, with the daughters Patty Ann and Mary Lee, drove to Fort Dodge Sunday. AUGUST NEVER RAINS BUT IT POURS, LAKOTANS SAY Lakota, Aug. 2—Friday seems to ibe a "Jonah" day for this vicinity as far as weather conditions are concerned, and last Friday was no exception. A severe wind and rain storm struck the neighborhood at about 3 o'clock in the afternoon, with rain falling in sheets and some hail. The downpour continued all afternoon, all night, and most of Saturday, and fields were again under water in many places, with water running over roads in places. Acres of shocked grain were standing in deep water anc will be a total loss. Little threshing had been done. Birthdays Celebrated Jointly— Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton, and Mrs. Emma Smith drove to Carl Hanson's, northwest of Wesley, Sunday for an annual Cook- iuffalo Center hospital last week Tuesday. Other Lakota News. Sunday visitors at Edward Ihrist's, Fores't City, were the A. C. Klockes, Lakota; the Walter Klockes, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Gable, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith Jr., all of Ledyard; and August and Raymond Christ, Wells, Minn. Vivian and Eunice Christ, Forest City, came to Ledyard with Mr. and Mrs. Gable for a visit. The I. E. Wortmans drove to Eagle Grove Sunday to take Mrs. Wortman's sister, Lena Amundson, home after a short visit here. The Charles Helgersons, Bricelyn, Minn., were Sunday guests with Mrs. Helgerson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Johnson. The Harry Moes drove to Estherville Sunday and spent the day with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Clemans, Titonka, spent Sunday at Emory Smith's. The Alvin Rippentrops spent Sunday at Jacob Telcamp's. Protect Your Savings! Buy now under our lay-away plan—a small deposit will hold your Blanket until needed. Beacon Single Blankets : 66x80 inches 1.98 Worth a great deal more than this low price—colorful plaids in rose, blue, navy, maroon. • I I 1 SEXTON F. G. Torine, Algona. After dinner the afternoon was spent at visit- family dinner was given Sunday in their honor. Guests were' the Gilbert Benschoters, of Whittemore, Arthur Benschoters, of Lu brate together. Many Attend Blome Funeral- Many from here attended the funeral of Conrad Blome at the Methodist church at Ledyard Sunday afternoon. Mr. Blome, a former reident of Lakota, moved from Olsene Jr., and Arthur Olsens. Mrs. Thomas will remain here two , weeks, then go to Elliott to visit Mr. Thomas's parents. , Barah Nell Philips, Algona, was Sunday guests at Oscar Hain- here ago. to Des Moines some years had dinner Wise. Loral ne Green returned Sunday om Lu Verne after two weeks iwith 'her grandmother, Mrs. Grace Appendicitis Patient RecoTering— , Gr ®? n> _. . Fern Olthoff is recovering from ' Th . e £ Io .J'. ci an appendicitis operation at the day , to ^ ri "' w ^. ere Mr , . employment. They lived in moved Sun- has the Mrs. Wilfred Mueller are- parents M , rs> Mat> y Kutsehara house here of an 8-lb. son, David DUane, born after selling their gas station to July 9, the first child. the Verle Schmidts. Mr. Pasley Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Long are ha , d , always lived here, spending this week at the Okobo-' Mr - and Mrs - James Asa are Mrs. Clarence Olson, of Whittier FENTON NEWS Mr. and 1 Mrs. Henrick Fauerby, Eldora, and the daughter Meta oner, near Cylinder. i Mrs - Drusie Noble and Mrs. Har- J. A. G. Smith, s on Wallace, and ve y Steven entertained their Sun- James Schwartz went to the Oko- da y school class. Saturday evening bojis Sunday to bring nome Mis. for Dorothea and Calvin Pasley, J. A.. G. Smith, who had spent a who moved to Britt Sunday efter- came Saturday for Sunday at Mr. I week there, attending a Methodist nool i- Following games refreeh- *""" 4 " "'"" ....... J Fauerby's brother E. C. Fauerby's Bible Conference. ments were served. and Mrs. Fauerby's sister Mrs. C. I Mr. and Mrs. Enos V.'rede, Fort M r- and Mrs. Sim Bemis and H. Geronsin's. The Geronsin fam-' Dodge, spent Sunday at the par- DeLores and Mr. and Mrs. Dale ily and the visitors were Sunday dinner guests at E. C. Fauerby's. Helen Geronsin accompanied the ental G. R. Krause's, and other, Thompson and children joined a dinner guests were Dr. A. W. | group of friends from Wesley at Krause, Spencer, and Marlys Jon-.a picnic dinner at the Clear Lake .state park Sunday., and] Mrs. BurnettO'enjoyed a visit ov- visitors home for a month there'sen, Des Moines. and with her grandparents, Mr. 1 Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace and Mrs. Peter Willadson, Clinton.: Rose Weisbrod visited the Clifford ,er the week-end with her brother, Mrs. Norman Anderson, of Swea Wallaces,-Forest .City, Sunday, and employed near Britt. Her niece City, spent last week at her made the acquaintance of a new and nephew from Maeon City are daughter Mrs. Wilfred Stoeher's.' grandson, Jackie Lee, born July 16.1 also spending a few weeks with, The Leonard Waiters, Brooklyn,! The Alfred Kresenskys, Algona, them. Bertha Gross, Montezuma, havo spent Sunday at W. P. Weis'brod's concluded a week ai Druggist and brought home Rachel Weis- Frank Eigler's. 'Mrs. Walter, and brod, who had spent a week with Miss Gross are nieces of Mr.' Eig- the Kresenskys. ler. | Mr. and Mrs, Lewis Olson left Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pearson, Monday for Round Lake and Echo, with Betty and Eulah Mae Sharp, Minn., to visit relatives, after three all of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Chris weeks with the daughter Mrs. B. Godfredson, Ringsted, Mr. and G. Berkeland. Mrs. John Arbogast, and Mrs. Eliz- Mrs. C. C. Voigt, daughter Viv- abeth Dempsey, Fenton, picnicked ian, Mrs. Jos. Madden, and Mrs. at the Estherville city park Sun- Fred Brown were guests of the day. Dorothy Wichtendahl : Seneca Lutheran, went to Wednesday. Aid last week USED HEATING STOVE—IF YOU have one and wdsh to sell it— try an Advance Want Ad, » Armstrong Sunday for a few days Stanley Munch, Benson, Minn., with her cousin, Esther Gettzen- and Joy Iremen, Minneapolis, came auer. Mariye Jensen, Des Moines, Sunday for a visit till Friday at is spending two weeks with her E. C. Weisbrod's. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jen- Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Haase, seii, Seneca. Donnelson, came Thursday for a Postmaster and Mrs. J. A. vacation, at the former's brother Schwartz, with Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Harry's. C, Laage, visited the Schwartz son The Homer Siouts went to Are- Karl, Rockwell City, Sunday. Karl dale, their tormer.home, Saturday recently became news editor of the to visit relatives over the week- Rockwell City Advocate, .end. Thelma, Cornelius, and Ruth Eugeue Mausager and Helena Weisbrod had tonejls removed hy Weisorod. recently had J,onsillec- Dr. J. A. Mueller Friday. Mr. a»d tomies at Dr, J. A, Mullers. ». 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