Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1938 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 1, 1938
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PAGE EIGHT EX-AL60NIANS REGISTER FOR COAST PICNIC Others From Kossuth at Long Beach on August 13. Hollywood, Aug. 23—Following ,„. . . --- .Is the list of former Kossuth per- wmttemore, Mrs. Simpson being a eons -who attended the Iowa picnic nlece of the bl ' lde - AftftAlKfla. ALQONA. IOW ''V > 'V*'/']'-'" i '* >f' .' Hurt Girl is Bride- Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. D. W. Smith, Burt, and Everett E., son of Mrs. Tillie (Geo. C.) Hanna, Lone Rock, were married last week Wednesday afternoon at the Methodist parsonage at Blue Earth. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Melbourne Simpson, white street dress, with accesaor- ries. The uewlyweds, who will live on a farm near Mazon, had come here for a visit, and after they arrived they decided to''"spring" a surprise wedding. Mrs. Cowles Hlrthday Observed— Judge and Mrs. W. B. Quarton at Long Beach Saturday, 13: Mrs. Anna F. Peterson, August The bride was dressed in teal were guests at a birthday dinner Larson and two friedns, Mason Sunday at the Gardner Cowles home, Des Molnes, honoring the Burt. The Kraushaars have been guests at the 0. P. and D. L. McDonald home at Burt, and Mrs. Kraushaar, only daughter of the elder Mr. McDonald, Is a etster fit D. L. The Whlttetnore Whizzers 4-H club met last .week Wednesday at the home of Loretta Klech. Plans were discussed for the county fair and posters were made for the girls' booth in th« new 4-H building. Pictures were taken of the 4-H girls at work. Betty Merrltt was hostess to group of young people Sunday dinner at the Merrltt home. Guests were Janice. Wagoner, Marjorie Phillips, Dorothy DeMott, and Arlo Larson, Algona, and Roger BAND The Algona Municipal band will give its final concert of the season tonight, with the following program. March—Fairest of the Fair -Sousa March—City Beatutlful- Patterson Overture—Home Circle --_ _ i Schlepegrell Waltz—'Lotus Flowers Eye Cut in Crash of Carl is Saved Lakota, Aug. 29—Sfedel Buck* holta, Lincoln township, was dismissed from the Buffalo Center hospital one day last week and is recovering from serious injuries suffered In an automobile accident. He had been threshing In Hebron township, and George Smith was taking him h6>ae, after supper, when on a Mil near Julius Jen- flirt Aug. 80r~H..A. Whttetttlll ... was low Sunday, but Was reported a little better oil Monday, He is the father .oi- Mr*, 3, M. Blahchaf d, Lone ROCK . March—Chdmplaln -Hughes when on a Mil near Junus Jenn ^ Selection-All for Ypu ...-McF.ill sen's the r car and one Driven by ,?„ Popular-You're a Sweetheart-- a Mr. Shetland, also of Hebron City. Mrs. Bern Storm entertained her blue, with black accessories, and|anniversary of Mrs. Cowles. Oth-[sewing club at a picnic Friday at Stevens, Albert Myer, W. J. Lull, C. S. Hallett, Ira A. Burbank, Ernest E. Taylor, Gladys Crouch,, Ellen Crouch, Will Shrumm, Chas. A. Cohenour, R. H. Miller, Mrs. Margarite Miller, Irene Miller-Kruse, Vivian Miller, Mrs. Henry Kunz. 'H. J. Thompson, Charles Junk- Ins, Alice Jenks-Junkins, Nellie c w< | she wore a from the bridegroom. necklace, gift er guests were Mr. and Mrs. S. D. A wedding dinner was served to the bridal party at the Hotel Blue Earth, and immediately following the newlyweds left for a short visit to Lac Court d'Oreilles, Wis., and points in Minnesota and Iowa. The bride attended the Burt high school and the State Teachers col- -Gray-Bowyer, Lou Nicoulin^Quin- , loge ' a " d for tlle last f ew years Quarton, Cedar Rapids, daughter Betsy, and Mr. and Mrs. William Quarton, also Cedar Rapids, and the Gardner Cowles children and grandchildren at Des Molnes. Sunday evening, Judge and Mr«. Quarton were entertained at a dinner party at the Wakonda golf clubhouse. Ian, Mrs. S. B. French, E. A. Wolcott, Norma Ley-Frammell, Mrs. Will Grove, Emily Van ' Allen-1 to ^ nsh ' 1 '-. has been teaching in rural schools Party for Enid Fuller- near La Verne and .!n .Portland' Enid Fuller was honoree at a farewell party last week Thursday Keith, Lloyd Keith," Beulah McFar-1 The bridegroom j s all Algona evening at Dr. and Mrs. F. E. land-Voorhies, Mrs. Roy Igo -'.'--' high scho °l graduate, Tolhemus, Cecil J. Blxell, Howard I llas been engaged in the Ambrose A. Call state park. All eight members attended. The Methodist Aid meets for a 1:15 luncheon today at the church, with Mrs. L. M. Merrltt In charge. v Ten New Autos on the County Roads Ten proud Kossuth drivers have new cars, treasurer lhe total for according to records. This county brings . . Adamson Fox Trot—Valencia ^.Padilla Selection—Campus Memories — * Seredy March—King Cotton __-«._.-Sou3a Finale <. Till We Meet Again to only 35, ^±>lfS:;?- "A" =1-= ?t... thl? sea^e^'usua^ Waterhouse, Mrs. F. G. Grauhaus, Mrs. Wm. Hobson, Fred Voorhies. C. jff. Duller There. C. P. Wilson, Chas. M. Dailey. Mrs. K. Wilson, Clifford K. Wil- since leaving school. The newlyweds will be at home farming (attended, and the^ time was spent j Miss New " t-w from the Algona high after Sept. 1 on a farm near Lone' school in June, was presented with Rock. Mock Wedding at Shower— Pomona, Burf were bought Bancroft; Ed- where she School Opening at St. Joe Nets $2100 at $5 for, Tickets Livermore, Aug. 30 — The new $50,000 school building at St. Joe was opened for its initial social affair last week Wednesday evening. Dance tickets had been sold at ?5, and the total realized from the evening was $2,100. The building is considered outstanding, especially for an inland village. The Rev. George- Theobald has been pastor of the church eight years. A new rectory was also built, at a cost of $10,000, and is now occupied by Father Theobald. The former rectory will be.used as a sis- township, collided. All of the three suffered cuts and bruises, and Mr, Buckholz-suffered such a badly cut eye that fears were for a time entertained that he might lose the, sight. The eye is now much improved, however. The Fjetland car was damaged beyond repair, the Smith car hits been repaired. Club for Bicycle Fans is Organized A newly organized Algona Bicycle club met on the court house square yesterday afternoon, and 61 .n 110 girls, .* ' son, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie J. Han- Heleii, daughter of Leo. Miller -% £,••£• w Joh " st ° n ' Wilbur i was honoree at a cotton and lin-lMr. and Mrs. .... ij 'n • al i s - B- H en shower Sunday at St. Cecelia's'Fuller is a traveling- salesman. Mrs. Carrie Bowers, Mrs. | Academy. Shu will leave Sunday Boettcher-Hames. A. H. Funk, f for New Jersey, where she will be! Farewell for Mrs. W»rf— Post, nf ^ [-Buicks; Emma Dehnert, Algona, Mr - Dodge; Henry Miller, Whtttemore, Chevrolet. The International Harvester Co. bought a new truck. Some 100 women attended the -rrr T * i- ^. I --—..*.«» tj\,j t .j JJC* C »£!(? >T 111 V& ,1 ™ Ingram - Anna J - Stock- married to John Flynn, traffic well, Mrs. Mary Sorenson, Effie patrolman at Montclair N J Eckholm, Reta Jeanson - Johnson, " Mrs. A. R. Conner, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dinger, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Grattidge, Viola Mann. Bertha Mann, G. W. Pangburn, Mrs. Rose Ward was entertained at a farewell party Monday evening at her home by the Degree .shower, and hostesses were Mes- °£ Honor, of which she: fe a mem- dames Henry Bailey, Ben Sch-|ber. She leaves today __ — —.. u .., v»** iu w«*iociij ctliu ' J Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Temple, Mrs. Miller; also Minnie Schtck. Harry Dailey Harry Dailey, 0. S.! The program consisted of piano ™T™ a "i S ,xr Uth T St i te> Ml °" Mr.| 8C lecttoua by. Josephine McEvoy and Mrs. A. W. Johnson, Mr. and and a mock w'eddding in which Au- - - - ° '^ 2-auth, George Schiek, Henry'home at Mitchell, S. r „..„ Schick, Chris Jensen, and Leo. "O. having kept house a year here for for her r after Lone Rock Pastor Goes to New Post A called meeting of the Fort Mrs. Gordon Priebe, Mrs. F. P. Hartman, Mrs. Wesley R. Petersen, C. S. Voorhies, Mr. Turner. Also Ella Parker-Hartshorn. Mr. Turner lost his first wife, who was one of the Wightman girls at Burt. He is married , again, and they live at her home in Kansas. His oldest son, Wal- 'ter, lives at Minneapolis; Shelby is manager of a department in a Sears store at Long Beach. The •other son and two daughters also live at Long Beach. The Wherrys are living in Tarzan, in the San Fernando Valley, where Mr. Wherry is in the real •estate business. Mrs. Ella Parker:Hartshorn is back at Pasadena, •where she is living in a Deaconess 'borne. She did deaconess work for the Methodist church for more than 30 years. Laurena Laabs, of Lone Rock, Bride of .Fenton Farm Youth Fenton, Aug. 30—Laurena, the ' daughter of Mrs. Dora Laabs, Lone Rock, and Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Voigt, farmers north of Fenton, were married Sunday at 7:30 p. m. at the Lutheran church by nst Fiene mony. Lotts Creek the Rev. Erin a single-ring cere- The bride wore teal blue flannel and was attended by her sister Mildred, who wore a teal blue silk. The 'bridegroom was attended by hie brother Carl. Dinner pre- ceeded the ceremony, the immediate families and a few close friends attending. Following the ceremony, ice cream and cake were served. The bride attended the Algona high school and was graduated in 1935. She then taught rural achool " two years. The bridegroom was graduated from the Seneca high school in 1935 and farmed with his father till last March, when he rented a farm four miles north o£ Fenton, where he and his bride are living. Naudain Sons Here for Get - Together at Parental Home Earl Naudain, Glendale, Calif., arrived Monday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Naudain, and his brothers, Vallo, here and Dr. G. G. Naudain, Rock Hill, S. D. Earl is an electrical contractor at Glendale, and his wife, the former Orma Vesper, once an Algona girl, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Vesper. Mr. Vesper, once O. & N. W. agent here, then County Savings cashier, later a banker at Glendale, is now retired but is still in good health. Doctor Naudain, who is head of the chemistry department at Winthrop college, arrived two weeks ago direct from Europe, where he and his wife had spent most of the summer touring. He will leave for home September 8. He gave a talk before the Rotary club Monday noon on his observations in Europe, Egypt, and Palestine. The local Naudain son, V. V., is engaged in the coal business. Lu Verne Dentist to Practice Here Dr. A. J. Eason, dentist at Lu Verne 13 years, has come to Algona to practice dentistry in the former Dr, A. L. Rist offices. He is married and has two children. Graduated from the Iowa City dental college in 1925, Doctor Eason was a classmate of Dr. B. F. Dewel now of Evanstou, 111. He locatec at Lu Verne the same year and was married two years later. Mrs Eason IB president of the Lu Verne Presbyterian Aid. The Eason daughter Marjorie will enter the sixth grade in the local schools Doctor Eason owned a home at Lu Verne, hut lately sold it. Erbln Elbert to Wed. Whittemore, Aug. 30—Mrs. Lena Elbert has received announcement that ber son Erbin, Davenport, will be married to Shirley Jones at the Catholic church there Sept' ember 12. na .Schick was "bride," Mrs. Leo C. Miller, Schrauth, bridegroom, bridesmaid; Barbara Berntce Jensen, best man; Mildred Harmon, ring bearer; and Mrs. Leslie Huff, minister. 'Minnie Scnick carried the bride's veil, and Mrs. Gladys Eisenbarth, Lillian Schrauth, and Francis Roadinger were "policemen" to "clear the way". Algonluns Wed at Em'burg— Eleanor Jenkins and Ronald Gardner, both of Algona, were quietly married Friday at Emmetsburg. The bride wore aqua blue. The only Gardner, groom. attendant father of was the Oscar bride- The bride, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Jenkins, farmers her brother, Harry Spongberg, city mail carrier. Fourteen women attended the party. The evening svas spent at Michigan Rummy, Roy Wooldridge winning Picnic for Three Visitors- Anita Kohlhaae entertained fivw young couples last week Thursdhsy evening at a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park honoring Mary Helene Neary, Omaha, and James and Dick Travers, Boston. Miss Neary was vielting at the E. C. McMahon home, and James andl Dick were guests of the Rev. Fr. Davern at Fort Dodge. The group attended a dancing party at St Joe following the picnic. Schueler Daughter is Bride— Mr. and Mrs. John H. Schueler Sr., Bancroft have announced the: marriage of their daughter Mildai Ellen to Clarence F., son of Mrs. .John Mogensen, Janesville, Minn. west of Algona, was graduated j The event took place last week from the Algona high school in Tuesday at Winterset, and the tou- 1937, and last year taught in the pie were attended by Mr. and Mrs. local church Tuesday. The purpose wa s to act on dissolution of the pastoral relationship between: the Lone Rock churcHi and' the Rev. Thomas A. Arends, pastor; Mr. Arends leaves this week for a new pastorate at Little Rock. Thg Rev. J. M. Doms, Burt, was appointed moderator of the Presbytery. Player Spiked by Baseman, "Wesley, Aug. SO^Carl Froellcft suffered three gashes around' tfte nwoth while he was'playing ball with the Wesley Tigers at Lotts Creefe Sunday. He was-, taken) to Algona, where Doctor Cretzmeyer d'nessvd the wounds andl gave fidin a shot against lockjaw. He elid into' third base and was'spiked' DF tire baseman. ters' home. Schools of Algona All Ready to Open Both the city scfiooTs' and St.. Cecelia's Academy will reopenj Monday. It is expectef'that school will continue all day Monday,'but that during the rest of the week there will be school' owly in the mornings, pupils beingr excused" for afternoon at the county fair. Supt. O. B. Laing announces- that a faculty meeting will .be held' at the high school building Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. were given badges and had pictures taken. Any girl or boy (there is no age limit) can belong to the club, provided she or he has a bicycle. The club will meet every two weeks to go on trips. The next trip, two weeks from yesterday, will be to the Ambrose A. Call New Pastor Arrives for the Nazarenes The Rev. E. J. Strong, Waterloo, has been engaged as- new paff- tor of the local Nazarene church, succeeding the Rev. Lonnie Voorhies, now located in Oklahoma. The Rev. and Mrs. Strong;, with- two sons, came yesterday, and' Mr. Strong will preach his first sermon here Sunday. A prayer- meei- fng will be held at the church) tonight. Center school, Irvington township. She had planned to teach No. 3, Irvington, this year but on deciding ot wed relinquished her contract to Pauline Black. The bridegroom attended the Algona high school, and has since Dick Jones, Des Molnes. The bride wore a suit of blue silk crepe. The Mogensens are living at 'New Richland, Minn. Father Davcrn is Host— The Rev. T. J. Davern, Fort been farming with his father in r:Do(i S e > entertained a group of Ai- Plurn Creek township. At present, | sona young people Sunday in hon- the newlyweds are with his par-' "" ' "~ ents. Courtesies for Mrs. Holt- Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whitte-l latte r of Omaha, Evelyn Capesius, or of his nephews, "Dick" and '"Jim" Travers, Boston. Guests were Anita Kohlhaas, Gertrude Zender, Mary Helen Neary, the more, entertained at a farewell I Mary party Saturday afternoon at her home honoring Mre. C. R. Holt, Algona, who recieved a guest won high at contract. Other Algona women who attended were Mesdames H. L. Gilmore, Robert Larson, Donald T. Nugent, W. G. McCullough, and H. L. Hoenk. Mrs. Ethel Pryor, Grand Rapids, Mich., mother of Mrs. H. M. Potter, was an out-of-town guest. Mrs. H. L. Gilmore entertained at 6:30 dinner Monday evening for Mrs. Holt, who, with her husband, left next morning for a new home at Ottumwa. Following din- •Biir Bliley, Margaret Nelson, Barry Jr., John, Lee Holtzbauer, and Durwood Baker. Auxiliary Begins New Tear— The first meeting- in the 193839 season of the local Legion Auxiliary unit will be held at the Legion hall this week Friday evening at 8:00. Chairwoman for this dues-paying meeting is Mrs. John Dutton. Mrs. James D. Burns and Eleanor Fraser will give reports on an Iowa department convention they attended at Waterloo, August 17-19. Fosters 29 Years Wed— M^^oT^?^ ? V™ Mr and Mrs Lynn Keith enter- Mrs. C. C. Shierk winning taineA at fi . so d, nner ^leadav high, Mrs. Holt was with a guest prize. presented tained at 6:30 dinner Tuesday honoring the 29th wedding an>- niversary of r. Mand Mrs. J. F:. Overmyer, daughter June, Dr. and' Mrs. F. L. Tribon, and Gusta Wln- kie. The Fosters were married at Arlington, and they lived a few- years at Webster City before coming here 22 years ago. Farewell for the Vances— Dr. and Mrs. F. Earl Burgess entertained at a farewell dinner party Monday evening for the Her. and Mrs. Geo. C. Vance, who- left yesterday for their new home at Mitchell, S. D. Other guests were the Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Volake, and the Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Pfelf- fer. Minnesotuns Married Here— Nordal Krasch and Bernlce Newman, both of Elmoro, Minn., were married Sunday afternoon at the Methodist parsonage, with Dr. F. Earl Burgess officiating in a single ring ceremony." Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. George Schaeffer, also of Elmore. OTHER SOCIETY, Dr and Mrs. M. G. Bourne entertained at a 6:30 dinner Tues- the bridegroom, was the best man, i day evening, guests being Mr. and and his wife was bridesmaid. The Mrs. Otto Kraushaar, North Hamp- Binner Party at Clubhouse— A 7 o'clock dinner party took place at the Country club clubhouse last evening (Wednesday), Mrs. D. P. Smith in charge. Following dinner, Wm. C. Dau showed moving pictures of local golf players in action, and the report is that they were exceptionally good (the pictures). A young woman from Ringstad, who took part in the state H. S. music contest this year, gave vocal solos.'Bridge was the rest of the evening's entertainment. Other members on the committee were Mrs. R. P. Norton, Mrs. W. W. Sullivan, Mrs. J. F. Overmyer, Dennis Pratt, Judge Quarton, Gail Towne, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Griggs, and K. J. Smith, the latter of Burt. Illinois Couple Weds Here— Russell Bilsborough, Mazon, III., and Doris Schroeder, Gardner,, 111., were married Monday afternoon at the local Methodist parsonage, Dr. F. Earl Burgess officiating. Floyd Bilsborough, Algona, brother of bride was gowned in a blue and ton, Mass., and D.' L. McDonald, HAIR-RAISING NEWS 1938 "U P" hair has become so important that the Paris Autumn Collections are built around it. HAIR Makes the fashion and Mrs. make it different. Bailey's adapt! ons Mrs. Dailey returned Wednesday from Chicago, where she has taken a course in skin diagnosis and treatment and hair styling. Won't you call or drop in and see her? Marigold Shoppes PHONE SOS Specials Si&LMON, fancy pint, I-fb. cans ______ ___2 for. 25? 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Barteau, who wae Kossuth war nurse, have been relieved to learn that she is now steadily improving from a critical sickness at the Presbyterian hospital, Chicago. She will have to be there two or tlUcte weeks yet. Before marriage Mrs. Barteau was Nellie Mrs. W. E. Stahl, Burt. Her sister, Stahl, and she is the daughter of Mrs. F. J. Mann, of California, is still at the Barteau home. Mrs. Barteau's husband is a doctor. Another sister, Mrs. J. W. Dorrance, Burt, was called to Chicago, but is now at home. "RUN-R-LESS" HOSIERY No run trouble for you; i£ you wear this stoddha. Beautifully sheer . . . y»t it won't run! In the. newest "Personality cKriscklles GOSSARD to the Rescue/ of the Overgrown SCHOOL GIR1 Whether "puppy" plumpness or lanky awkwardness is the problem of the growing girl, there is a Gossard to give her a suave* assured appearance, The combination of 2' way,knit elastic,has a lace uplift, and is designed to snjooth without . restraint. 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