Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1938 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 25, 1938
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COST LOW MILE PER WITH STANDARD RED CROWN GASOLINE School Staff at Corwith Is Completed NOV. 2 NOV. II • ALL SOULS DAY •ARMISTICE DAY bij erectinq a noble "tribute FALL MEMORIAL DAYS No time ii 10 fitting for the erection of « tribute to departud loved ones at MEMORY MONTH . I . November. At time marches on into the generation! to come, what you erect toddy will prove an everlasting evidence of yoyr own good taste . .Nf the memorial bedrt the significant Rock of Agei leal etchod in the jtone. Let ut show you the popular new designs and finithei developed by Rock o( Ages craftsmen. W. H. Godden Established 1878 Algona BARN PAINT Special Regular Devoe's Barn Red at $1.19 Per Gallon A regular $1.50 value, at Botsiord Lumber Co. PHONE 256 JIM POOL, Man. SWEA CITYAN IS AGAIN TO TEACH MUSIC Corwith, Aug. 23—The school board has hired'Jacob Sadoff, of Clarion, as science and mathematics teacher, and Lucille Kraus, of Altoona, as first grade .teacher, thus completing the 'teaching staff, which, besides, consists of J. M. Gehrt, superintendent; J. Fran- cisKee, principal and coach; Gert- 'rude Hurley, English; Margaret Honbury, domestic science; Esther Smith, Swea City, English Literature nnd music; J. Worth Miller, band; Edith Wilson and . Isabelle Bye, 7th and 8th grades; Angela Biggins, 6th; Greta Chamberlain, 5th; Lorena Robinson, '1th; Bernice Risvold, 3rd; and Jane McDowell, 2nd. The "J's" score 100 per .cent in names of the men teachers—J. M;, J. Francis, J.- Worth, and Jacob. It is reported that Charles Erickson, school jan- , ilor, is now thinking of signing jhis name as J. Charles! Surprise for Mrs. Aitchison— A surprise party was given at Clarence Aitchison's last week Sunday in honor of Mrs. Aitchison's birthday, and attending were her parents, Mr. and Mre. Peter Jacobs, daughter June, the Lionel Clapsaddles, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tabb, daughter Eunice, Mr. and Mrs. John Aitchison, Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Aitchison, daughter Shirley Ann, all of Corwith; the LeRoy Clapsaddles, and the Earl Smiths, Britt; the John Chambers and Roy Jacobs families, Goodell, and the George and Joseph Giebels, Stilson. Kiiirville Population Boosted— The population of the Fairview vicinity has been increased by arrival of two small new residents, daughters born respectively to Ml', and Mrs. Elmer Glawe.and Mr. tind Mrs. Millard Evans, employed at George Jesse's. Both bahies were born at {he Algona General hospital, the Glawe daughter, Wednesday, August 10, weighing 7% Ibs., and the Evans baby Tuesday, August 16, weight 8% pounds, named Sharon Kay. This is the first child in each family. Mrs. Evans was formerly Edith Nelson, Kanawha. Girls Go to Clear Lake— A group of girl members of the Junior Auxiliary spent last week at Clear Lake: Burlette Erickson, Mary Jane Welter, Gertrude Dunlap, Doris Beer, Avonelle Johnson, Jeanette Woods, and Harriet Gouge. They returned Sunday, and a group of younger members then left for a week at the lake: Verla Johnson, Delores Dunlap, Luella Riggle, Marilyn Gouge, Helen De Groote, and Rosemary Beer. , Some Tootei! THIRD ANNUAL FORTDODGE See Cave and Clocks— Eric Erickson and William Escher drove to Harmony, Minn., Sunday to visit the Niagara ice cave. They stopped at the Billy Bros, farm at Spillville to see the clocks displayed by two brothers, famous for their wood carvings and collections of clocks, coins, and numerous other interesting articles. v i Crowd Hears Negro Singers— ' A large crowd gathered at the Methodist church last week Monday evening to hear the Rust college Jubilee Singers. The young people presented an inspiring program of spirituals and other songs, and an offering of $20 was given to them. Caesarcan Section is Performed— Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Cashmere are parents of an 8-lb. son, born by Caesarean section at the Mason City Mercy hospital August 17. The baby has been named Stanley Glerrn. The Cashmeres have a 5- year-old daughter, Jacqueline Jean. Eight-to Guild Meeting— Erma Frey and Portia Johnson took six girls to Bancroft Friday to attend a meeting of the Wide World Guild. The main theme was "The Field of the World." Florence Hash, Corwith, was elected associational president Pet Pony is Dead- Tony, small pony belonging to the two daughters of Arthur Schef- fleman, died Sunday, victim of sleeping sickness. It was a family pet, well known in the town, having belonged to Betty Scace a few years ago. Fall Plowing is Begun— Threshing is practically completed in this vicinity, and plowing has started. The threshing run east of Corwith had an ice cream supper at Lester Bonnstetter's Friday evening. N Other Corwith. Mrs. Gordon Hibbard, San Diego, Calif., and her daughters Carlene and Carol Beth arrived last week Wednesday for eix weeks with Mrs. Hibbard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson, and other relatives. Mr. and Mre. Masterson, Margaret and Frances, Mre. Hibbard, and her daughters were dinner guests at the Lee Williams home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson entertained relatives at-dinner Sunday: the Earl Reeds, Burt, and Mr. and Mre; A. M. Reed, Oak Park, 111.; two children of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Reed who had been at the Johnson home three weeks, and wer taken home by the parents. Mrs. P. E. Walley and her daughter Virginia drove to Columbia, Mo., a wek ago to attend a Share family reunion. Evan Wilhite has been awarded a contract to drive the district- owned Corwith Consolidated school bus. Mrs. Henry Weber is at home from the Kosauth hospital, following a major operation. West Benders Win Gwae, West Bend, Aug. 23—West Bend defeated the Pfeff Baking,nine, of Fort Dodge, 6-3, here in a game Sunday. Don Tranger, twice cartooned by Rlpley in "Believe It or Not," plays a .clarinet and saxaphone simultaneously, and follows the accomplishment by playing three trumpets at one time in three-part harmony. Tranger conducts the snappy orchestra that travels in- tnct as a feature of "Diamond Revue," and is the show's master of ceremonies. Seven editions have been produced since the first "Diamond Revue" appeared at fairs in 1931 and what Ziegfeld's Follies has been to the theater, this show has been to many . leading fairs throughout the country. There are 40 singers, dancers, musicians, and comedians in the cast, and special portable stage is carried. The scenery is 150 feet long and modernistic in design. A number of novel lighting effects are Introduced. at Fcnton Sunday and were dinner guests at Philip Welsforod's. Mr. and' Mrs. Otto. Fa :k, daughter, Helen, Mrs. Louise Falkland Matilda' Falk, ail of Titonka, visited Sunday at R. A. Bldch's. The H. W, and Alber; Manuses were Sunday dinner guests at the George Manus home. -The Albert Manuses live at Milwaukee. Wilma Slaughter came home Friday for a two weeks vacation from HOOSIERSHOLD ANNUAL PICNIC AT BURT FARM Burt, Aug. 23—The annual Hoosier picnic was held at Tom Trenary's farm home Sunday, 102 .attending, including the <• Frank. t th , g week Wed ,t esany 1U * Flaigs, the Jim Ackermans, . and M B K Bahnson ' 6) M i's. Clara IPrt«» :UnVi ttn*«>tt« T m*n Tlnnlrt 4-lisi . . • ' her work at the Hamll of commerce at Mason ,on school City. The Fidelis Sunday school class Wednesday at Edw. Schranier, Lone. Rock; ' the H.: R. and William Trenarys and Ted Dreen,, Ledyard; the Robert Carneys, Algona; the ,R. E. Trainers and Claus Crlsmans, Kanawha; the Jerry Trainers, of Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. John Feifert, Moweaqua, 111.; Mrs. 'Juanlta Bilyeu, Decatur, 111.; Neva and Dorothy Noble, demons; Mrs. Barbara Bierstedt, her sons, Tom 1VI111J011 _ ^ „,,„„ Trainer, the J. P. and Mennett r'M^;'Elmer'KieniTz,"Lakola,' and TrunkhUls, W. R. Carney, and the her Donald visited iSunday at Ralph Carneys, the D. M., .W. J.I G c Aliens. arid Roscoe Stewarts, the Ray Smiths, Mra. Carrie Ackerman, the Olson assisllng. j ' Mr. and Mrs. J. .G. Tliaves, with the son Bobby, returned Sunday from a week with relatives nt Wn- seca, Minn. Harry Helgason and Mrs. Etta Kennison, Armstrong, visited Sunday at C. B. Chipman's. The Henry Gettmai s visited Mrs. Gettman's brother, Harry Gilbert, at Britt SundayJ Donald Worden spentj the week end with her sister and friends Earl and Robert Ackermans, the i at Floyd Duncans, the Earl Shlplers, , Mrs R obert Collinson, Elmore, the LeRoy Burgers the C. E. Sigs- v , sited Sund at Ted tollinson's. bees, the Clyde Bristows, Peter The Paul Dettmall farnl te be ing Plemel, Anthony, and Robert Jandl wh . ed fol . electrlclty . Bonnie Beam, Harry Philips, Ralph Dugan, Mr. and Mrs. James Sage, Billie and Betty Harriman, and Fred Jain. Mrs. Knchenrcnther at Hotel— . Mrs, Ross. Weaver left Monday for her home at Delphi, Ind., after a, couple of weeks here with her mother, Mrs. Ida Kuchenreuth- er. .Mrs. Kuchenreuther, who has time, .< - i" At Algona Ball Park 1 Sunday, August 28 ALGONA BROWNIES VS, WORTHINGTON, Game Hefflns at 8:15 Both teams have won a game and the locals irp to win again. This is. one of the heatllin ers ' f ? h season. Don't miss this garno. SWEA-EAGLE Mrs. Arthur Anderson recently entertained youngsters,; honoring her son Robert on his seventh, birthday. The Jos. Prestons and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Jenson were recenl- WEST BEND Or. W. J. Morrison has rented rooms at the Mrs: "Wash" Harris home and is bringing his wife and child to West Bend. -He had been unable to find a' suitable place to live. His offices are over the postoffice. Mrs. Ralph Lindgren, of Sioux City, and a son have been spending a vacation -with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. south of town. John 'Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anliker left Saturday for fishing points in Minnesota. Ernest is having a vacation from the local Champlin oil station. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Walker, with the daughter Betty, drove to Des been in poor health some was taken to the Marvin hotel! i y a t Des Moines, attending a re- some weeks ago for care, and Sat- I union of Mrs. Preston's kin. Her urday evening her household goods | sister, Mrs. Nina Troub.iaccorapan- were sold at auction. The Elbart i e d them, after two weeks here. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Fosgren and the Weldon Brandts visited the Fosgren daughter, Mi's. Anthon iSewicks have rented her house. Two Parties Off' for Tours- Postmistress Maude Hanna, son Charles, and niece, Dorothy Mcr Donald, left Sunday for the Black Anderson, Chicago, last week. Mr. and Mrs. James' Entrustle, Scymore, 111 .,and the "Eph" Harts Hills. Katherine Manus is assist- a nd Mrs. John Thomas, Garden ing at the postoffice during Mrs. i Prairie, 111., arrived Saturday for Hanna's absence. Hugh McDonald a wee k a t E. E. Thompson's. and Dorothy Smith, accompanied ^by Mr. and Mrs. George Schroeder, Ames, left the same day for a trip to northern Wisconsin. Family Reunion at Gorman's— A family reunion was held at William Gorman's Sunday, and attending were the Richard. Gor- mans, Algona, the Sylvester Gor- mans, Stilson, the Victor Gormans, Britt, and the Adolph Killians, of Boines -Sunday for a..couple of days : Farnhamville. The group had din- at Mrs. Walker's sister Mrs. Frank ' ner a t the Gorman home and at- Grogan's. Mr. :Grogan has . high tended a show in the evening, blood pressure and of late has been unable to work. Herbert Treptow, Belmond, spent 0. F. McDonald Much Better The D, L. McDonalds spent the the -week-end here, guests of Ruth W eek-end with Mrs. McDonald's Needing. Both have been students parents, Mr. and Mrs. Swan Anat Dubuque university. derson, Wtllmar, Minn. Mr. Me- Mr. and Mrs. George Foley, Des Donald's father, O. P. McDonald, Moines, and their son Charles were now improved in health, was Sunday guests of Mrs. Foley'e a ble to take a ride Sunday after- mother, Mrs. George Emerson, and noon. M'r. Foley's mother, Mrs. Frank | ' Foley - Picnic for Six at Park- Mr, and Mrs. V. Larrabee and a • Rut h Thompson, Mary Ann niece from Lincoln, Neb., spent Smith, Jean French, Titonka, Bob Saturday and the night at William Simpson and Walter Beardsley, Riley's, leaving Sunday morning Algona, and Frank Brink, Ban- for Fort Dodge to visit a daughter croft, picnicked at an Algona uark of Mr, and Mrs. Daniels. Friday evening. Mrs. 'Alice Simmons, Algona, has been. a guest in the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. William Riley. Carl Daubendiek stopped here Mr. and Mrs. Emil Larson, daughter June, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Torine, and the Torine daughter Cheryle were Sunday dinner guests at Walter Peterson's. Mrs. William Krumm, who left one day last week for examination in the Mayo clinic, had 1 an operation at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, and at last reports she was recovering. [ Thomas and Glenn Olson,-Robert Berggren, and Gifford Smith fished in northern Minnesota ilast week. Anna Lindblom, . Kalainazoo, Mich., and her nephews, Wendell, Howard, and Dwayne, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Erickson, got home one day last week from two weeks at Miss Lindblom's cottage at Woman Lake, Minn. Supervisor P. J. Heiken is adding two rooms to the farmhouse tenanted by the Archie Ditsworths. A new henhouse is among, other improvements on the Jphn " Blum farm, and there Is a block hog- house at Martin Molinder's. Much repair work has 'been done at the James Kuchynka farm, and all HOUSE WARMI Other Bart News. Mr. and Mrs. G. W: Bleich vis- -- , „ ~nd Monday with Mr. fishing vacation in Minnesota. His Richland, Minn. The Lyle John- parents are Mr. and Mrs. W. H. !s0ns , Lake Crystal, Minn., spent Daubendiek. He lives at Marcus. Sunday with Mrs. Johnson's par- Mr, and Mrs. Peter Bangert, of e nts, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Neit- Ashton, were Sunday guests'of the zel> The Jos> Beitzes came, down latter's mother, Mrs. T, W. Wil-1 with the Johnsons to visit Mrs. liams. Mrs. Grace, Crisman and i Eugusta Beitz and at the L. R her daughter Mary Jane, who had Daniels home.- spent a month with Mrs. Crisman's | Tne Watson Ditmers, Brookings, sister, Mrs. Bangert, are again at s. D., spent the week-end with the Williams home, I Watson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Daubendiek left Sunday E . B. Dittmer, and the children, night for Excelsior Springs,, Mo., 0 ora an( j Edward, remained for a to take treatment for rheumatism. week nere . Watson is an extension Mr. and Mrs. Adolph, Mikes, with director for an agricultural college the daughter Irene ,are in north- a t Brookings ern Minnesota, where Mr. Mikes, Tne Roetmans and the . finds relief for hay fever. -He had Horace Schencks, Crystal Lake, a bad case before he left. He also were Sunday dinner guests at L. has asthma. Miss Mikes is doing H . S chenck's. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. the driving. I Meinzer spent Sunday with the Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wilder- Rudy Kautzkys, who are vacation- man, newly weds, got home Sunday jng at tne Qkobojis. LotU Creek \ from a short wedding tour in Iowa and Minnesota. .They are at pres- Tne A< p. Carters moved Saturday to the old Owen house, south ent with Arnolds mother, Mrs. L. of the p reS Dyterlan church. The have Joa . Higgina family is moving m- I to the house vacated by the Carof ters> and tne E . E, Paines to their Scranton, and their little daughter house called on friends here Sunday. Mr. | , Mrs ; Ratherlu'e Henninger and ' *C. K ™, e /' but ,. wi11 the^ Wildman house. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wolto, ™ S * ™ nne ™ 0 ,?* 1 t f?? iept . ne r so n Eldo n wUl' leave this week Mr. and Mre. Walter Alborn, of Wednesday for their home at Lin- Mason City, spent Sunday with the coln> Neb ., after a several weeks latter s cousins, Mr. and Mrs. vislt at j. w . Dorra nce's. Mrs. Frank Lockwood Mr. Alborn, a Henniger ie Mr. Dorrance's sister. former rural mail carrier out of , Dr. and Mrs. M. M. Martison, West Bend, was tranef erred to Ma- Grayeville, Penn, arrived Saturday son City. for a visit at the C. F., E. O., and Mr Mra nd n Mr M '\ S f- Wl. "2 *m Adi' Ma™"lomeVMrs"Man- Mr, and Mrs. Lafe Hinton .Round lnsoil( who ls alflo a doctor l6 ft w " n niece of the Mesdames Mann. Lake, Minn., spent Sunday relatives here. OTTOSEN Mrs. Harvey Thorsen has returned from two months in Norway, where she visited her aged mother and other relatives. , Charlotte Kinseth is now employed at Peril's Cafe, West Bend. The Chester Petersons, Spring Valley, Minn., have been visiting relatives here. . The. Lutheran Aid met last week Wednesday at the church, Mrs. Ralph Richards and Mrs. Van Hansen hostesses. .A boy has been born to Mr. and Mrs! Donald Cooper. Mr. and Mre. Olaf Solberg, Algona, spent Sunday at Oliver Christensen'e. 'Bertha Longseth is spending few days at Cherokee. Arthur Longaeth's, Ilo.Satern, Bode, has been visiting relatives here. Mesdames Eddie Ziunel, Earl Firkins, Edgar Jacobson, Cecil Jolliffee, and Roy and Oliver Kinseth spent Monday at Oliver Hpld- en'e, Humboldt. The J. Van Buflkirks drove to r Cedar . Margaret and Mavjs Holt st week at (Lee Hplt'f, Park. , ., M^...^"^^ Mre. R. C. Hoover and Mrs. Jack Osborne, who had been visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Schrader, left Tuesday for their respective homes at Carlsbad, N. M., and El Paso, Tex. Joyce and Maxine Graham returned Friday from .Mason City where they had spent a couple of weeks. Their parents and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick drove over after them. The Emil Haases visited at their son's at Emmetsburg last week Thursday. Mrs. Niel NJelson, of Spencer, spent Sunday with her mother/ Mrs. Dora Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Buche, Ames, were dinner guests laet week Wednesday at L. E, Roetman's, and next day the Roetmans attended the fair at Mason City. Druggist F. 1 t. Pratt 1 and * his daughters Marilda and Zelpha Rae returned Sunday from, two weeks of fishing at Leech Lake in northern Minnesota. Mrs. -Delia Carroll'and her guest, Mre. AJlie . Brunson, spent Sunday at Mrs. Spencer, Brunson's brother Editor Frank Clark's at Titonka- ' The Rev. L. Rlchmanns returned last week Thursday from a two weeks vacation spent with Mrs. Rlchmann'e mother at Wheaton, and W« daughter fcuren* atteuded church ,.,.... (I ; SELL YOUR GRAPES. thr ° Ush th * PEARS, AUTO RACES Tuesday, Sept 13 Saturday, Sepl. 17 HORSE RACES MONDAY TQ F»U>AY (Except Tu«*d.y) The %ttf LACK / Old Mother Nature did well xvhen she compounded this popular coal - gave it rich heat and lasting strength to win "thumbs up" among so many satisfied users. But to this, science has added Superior Processing to give you a REFINED Black Arrow - with SLACK ARROW more heating hours •• much less •^nnmB^ ash-and.a laboratory controlled purity that stays exactly the "the same. Priced to stay inside th thriftrlaMU^B; buSgeY where Carl Rath lives are being repainted. A large crowd* gathered at the Pearson Bros, farm last week I. Tuesday, when the Swea 'City Implement Co. demonstrated a mod- hoist PHONE 229 The Jack Ditsworths, Algona, and the Frank .Cruikshanks, Plum Creek, were Friday evening vis!-! tors at Arthur Jackman's. | The Lotts Creek | parochial s'chool will open September 5. Otto Wichtendahl and his son Wilmar drove to Austin, Minn., Saturday on a business j errand. Women who did quilting iu the school basement Friday were Mesdames Herman Mittag, John Schal- lin, Otto Ruhnke, Herman Reisener, Noah Reisener, Eijnst Fiene, Andrew Kading, Adolph Peril, Martin Meyer. Ada Fieijie served a sirthday cake and lemonade in honor of her 23rd birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler and Mr. and Mrs. Martin M|eyer drove :o Rochester Monday. jBetty Ann 3«ngler is laking treatment there for burns, and Mrs. Meyer went through the Mayo clinicY AND REAL PERFORMANCE Yes, Goodyear Speedway ii a tire you can depend on for' long lib and real performance. Yet it costs no more than little-known or off-brand casings, See how little this up-to-the-minute, husky, quality tire really costs! Full lifetime guarantee. SPEEDWAY The world'* most peeular i«opU rife on tlm than e* enjr AiLOWAsSjC AWUC MARATHON TRUCK TIRCS *W LWi Hi Iff -warn mum 1 '* rt->»'v»v '*•! •> *• , «•«* >. ' c

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