Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1938 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 20, 1938
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tt$ (^t06ER 20, 1938. J»IljSS£iSjS^|fihta^^^^^^fc * '">' u r iT^ ' ^_ j ( ») cotftiyir ADVANCE ALGONA. td$ A publican Women to Mold Rally at Wesley Tuesday PAGE THROT A, SENNEFF, JASOD CITY, IE SPEAKER ot 18—There will be a C rany next Tuesday Armstrong Paragraphs Mr, and Mrs. Cyril Fischer are parents of a girl born last week Wednesday. She has been named Cheryle Jean. Mrs. Fischer is the former Vera Anderson of Dolliver. Mrs. Arthur Fleming and son Arthur Jr., of San Deigo, Calif., i*««, Legion hall. John Sen- ent attorney at Mason jvnwf an attorney at meeting »fl <"f e ™ year. Repub- 'or women have the clubs have ?peut the |g . anl zeu rTh ™ rcst tlme) ao .*.«.•«« arrived Tuesday for an indefinite visit at the parental Martin Pet- rt nly clubs erson's. Mrs. Fleming Is the former Jeauette Peterson. The Peterson's other daughter, Mrs, William, Balrd and daughter Shirley Mae, also of San Diego, Calif:, have tive. 9 Bernico Braland was brought t »h» women have " ome r ° m te oeman hospital iled, that women ua Jn EsthervlUe Wednesda y. Sne ls ten such »ctwiiy ^ g^g recovering from a recent appendl- iblican v°' n * n rtnmocratlc G ' H - Atiam has resumed his •tlve than their aemocrwi teachmg duties after having been | out two weeks after an appendectomy operation. Mrs. L. E. Slaha substituted for him during his absence. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Irmiter and son Jerry, of Rlngsted, and Mrs. Carl Halvorsen visited Tuesday afternoon at H. M. Irmiler's. Tankard Carlson and eons, Morris, Milton and Oscar, were business callers in Algona Wednesday afternoon. The local boys' high school base ball team defeated the Rlngsted boys' team at Ringsted Tuesday afternoon 12-2. Mrs. Ole Johnson and Mrs. Tan- on the Tankard Carlson firm In Ragle township. j Joeo Schmidt returned to the parental Henry Schmidt home after working a month or more in Watertown, S. D. Ethel Davis Is visiting relatives this week at Oelwein. Mrs. James Mclntire visited a few days with her aunt, Mrs. Silas Knutson, at Williams. The Knut- Bon family formerly lived in this vicinity. R. E. Bunt has returned home from Iowa City where he received medical treatment, llhe John Moores and Mrs. H. M. .Irmiter and Marie visited him last Wednesday evening. Mrs. P. J. Schulte is recovering In the Fairmont hospital! from a heart ailmen't. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rasmussen and Mrs. Eric Rasmussen' spent a GET-TOGETHER FOR OTTOSEN WOMAN OF 90 Twenty Years Ago LAWRENCE KOPPEN 'had written home from "over there" and not over, practicing ,told of talking to German captiv- ,war economy even In fair adinis- es who said they were glad to have [alon fees. The exhibits at the fair Besides, threshing was iand many people were .between the Advance and the Up- iper Dea Moines-Republlcan. The ipaper had been published 34 years, and the owners then were R. 9. Sherwood, now of Parkersbiirg, who wanted to join the : Y. M. C. A., for army duty, and Earl Bradley, then and still superintendent schools In Muscatlne county. of 666 Liquid. Tablets Salre. Nose Drops , COLDS, 'ftitKB 1 HEADACHES dtio to Colds Try "Unb-My-TIsm," ft Wontorfal I/lnlment; Ottoaien, Oclj. 18 — Thirtyf-four, relatives gathered at Peter Holt's Sunday to help Mrs. Jonas Edwards celebrate her 90th birthday. Mrs. Edwards received many gifts. Mrs. Edwards haa four children living: Omer, West Bend; Jonas, Cherokee; Edward and Mrs. Holt, Ottosen. There are 19 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Mrs. Edwards la still in good health, and she reads and sews ,been captured, for they didn't get enough to eat on the German side. ,He also told of going to church over there. # * * * •MAJOR SEELEY had received the gift of an ambulance for horses club, and con- Algonlans had few days recently In Minneapolis, Minn. Frank Bailey, Feutoli, vlsted Saturday at his daughtei- Mrs. A. Whitlow's. Mary Guerdet, employed in Austin, spent the week-end | with her without glasses, years she has daughter. For the last two lived with her from 'a New York tributions which made for the same purpoee were .returned to the donora. The Major had sent home two German helmets, first souvenirs of the bad been as good as usual. * * * * "RED BON," a horse owned In part by Fred Martin, Wad been sold to a Chicago racehorse buyer for ,$5,000. It had won Important races. * * * * THE ADVANCE linotyplst, R. H. .GUderian, had joined the army ,some weeks before, and the Ad- ,vance was having a time of it to .ughters Ruth F attended the re feld'8.niece r d, Who was,n - •• alt-- her sister attended a birthday party for "sjjitler ' a Mrs. Morris at Swea City Wed- Her Idesmaid, and the ' g brother Arthur was The couple will live at Gar- iwan and Helen Nelson also the wedding. st Minnesota College— 'and Mrs. OlaiT Funnemark, Uard, Mr, and Mrs. tester n. eon Arvin, Mr. and Mrs. O. 'lorn, daughters Anna and Mr and Mrs. Henry Funne, B on Julius, and daughter 1 drove to Northfleld, Minn., tv tor the day with Leonard land Edw. and Mildred Fun- Ik who attend school there, fcroup had a picnic dinner L anil Babe Home— j Linus Hutchins Was brought [Monday from the General Algona, where flhe had to Mau-1 nesday afternoon. She was 85 parents' >' feal 's old, and 18 were present. Helen Sterling Ray visited a few days at his brother Robert Ray's in i Minneapolis. ' " Shaw was taken to the Fort Dodge hospital Monday, where he is receiving medical treatment. Mrs. Shaw visited with him Thursday afternoon. A new corn crib is being built parents, the Anton Gueydets. Mr. Guerdet drove .to Austin for her Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold! Doerning and daughter Gail and sons Bernard, Henry and Melvin 1 , all of Graettinger, and Mr. lind Mrs. Henry Irmiter and son jJerry, of Rlngsted, were Sunday dinner guests at H. M. Irmiter's. The girls' high school!vocal sextet has been selected this year: Frances Horswell, Marie Irmiter, Rose Ellen Whitlow, Joyce Hansen, Ilah Froestler, Betty Jane Gabriel. The teacher is Christie Kreul. Word was received! here • by friends of the Everett j Kellys, of Swea City, of the birth of a son to them October 10. Mrs. Kelly is the former Bertha Vigdal, of Armstrong. I Attending the event were: the Omer Edwards family, the Russell Edwards family, Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Edwards, their son, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jacobs, their daughter Betty Ann, all of West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holt, Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. Loran Daniels, and their sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Holt, Ottosen. seen here. They were on display ftt the August Bremet «.,«ber shop. • * * * A DRIVE FOR the Fourth Liberty loan wae to start late In September. The bonds were to be ap- .portioned among persons able to (buy, but adjustments could be made by a special county commit- itee. E. J. Murtagh, J. T. Chris- ichllles, and C. T. Chubb were the committee. * * * * FAIR ATTENDANCE that year war ,find another linotyplst. * * * * MR. AND MRS. E. GENEVIEVE PETERS, Burt, Emma Newel, Fenton, and Eulalla Lothrlriger, Lu Verne, were in the war nurses' reserve. J. McEvoyj ,were parente of their second son. j * * * * THE NEW DRAFT included boys down to ,18 years of age, but col- .legians were allowed to pursue .their studies along with military itralning for officers. Algonians (had been nearly 2000 under that i .taking this training were Raymond •Ittli -liio******' " — . , Isince the birfih of her son last T Wednesday. She was lor- Madeline Hauptman and is hter of Mr. and Mrs, Edw. itman, at whose home she is he for the present. Mr. HJc.cn- ' in the east, working lor a graph company. Shelf— ,. Anthony "Johnson, child -re chairman for the local Le- JAuxiliary, has sent $8 worth ithlng to the supply shelf at [oines. The clothing is to be to needy children of veter- ! An Auxiliary carpet-rag par- las held at Mrs. Alfred Erd- last week Wednesday, tea iers and one guest attending. iekeeper from H.». Arrives— Rose Garmari, Sykeston, N. prrived Sunday to visit the Richters till Monday, when legan work as housekeeper at Franzen's. Other dinner its at Richter's were Mr. and i Prank Klessel, Garner, Mrs. Hildman, her children, Mr. IMre. Edw. Dusold, Mason City, I the Jack Richters. aunt, Mrs. Kinkade, West Bend, left one day last week for Pierz, Minn., for two weeks ^at Margaret's brother Nick's and her sister, Mrs. Anna Terhart's. Donald Kraus spent from Friday till Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kraus, and went duck-hunting. He is attending college at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMiihon and Dr. arid Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer drove to Traer Sunday to visit Mrs. PfeC- fer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Young. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Pearson, daughter Violet, and Molly Simpson came home Sunday from Yankton, S. D., where they made visits. "Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hildman and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Studer were Sunday afternoon callers at Henry Elscheid's, near Algona. Bernard Erdman, attending college at Cedar Falls, spent the week-end with his.parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erdman. The Frank Walliks have moved to Woodward, 30 miles northwest ot DOS Moines. Mr. Wellik works in a pool hall there. The Marion Halls, Hanlontown, East Seneca . Waitress at |hel Haverly "has !begun ''duties aitress alt the Benton Cafe to ftce Gretchen Frlesman,, Cor- who had worked there two ttbs. Miss Frieeman goes to Dodge to study toeauty cul- to Algona Institute- Roy Kleinpeter took the I Sisters of St. Joseph's school 'Jgona Monday afternoon to at- 1 a teachers' institute at St. Delia's academy, for Kucnaiistle Congress— Pert Reno and Albert Klein- jer left Sunday by bus for New cans to attend au eucharlatic gress. They are expected hack urday, . fa Appendix is Bemoved— 'ins Mae Wagner'was brought lie Sunday frjoia the General pital, Algona, where she had an "fttion for appendicitis. Loses iu Forburger 'baa received that his uncled John M<jWil- St. Louis, died Sunday, Carnival AiBOMced— gh school carnival will he at the Kleinpetor hall this • lday and Saturday. Other Wesley News. • and Mrs. Verle Tatnm, Fen- were Sunday evening dniner of Supt. and Mrs. Eldon Mabjfl stage ?pent tne K-end with Dorothy Shanahan, Ravllae, , and other local She teaches at Woolstock. were Monday afternoon guests at L. L. Lease's. The women are sisters. , The Edw. Ginks, Woden, and Jtfrs. Al Rleinpeter were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Agatha Haverly. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bauer drove to Mankato Sunday to visit at Ralph's brother Mrs. Calix Bauer s The K. Y. N. Circle of the Methodist Aid meets this week Wednesday with Mrs. Raymond Hansen. Andrew Gollner has returned from South Dakota, where ho attended the funeral of a brother. The Martin Bleichs, of Titonka, were Sunday dinner and supper guests at Tom FoUburger's. Mrs. Loretta Lloyd and her children have moved into the house vacated by the Frank Willike. Mrs. Al Wagner entertains the Good Will Circle of the Methodist Aid this week Wednesday. Junior Diekmann was at home over the week-end. He is employed in an Algona bank. . Betty McMurray, Algona, is spending this week with .her sister, Mrs. Wilbur Loebig. Agnes Killian visited her parents overU'he week-end. She Is working in Albert Lea. Mrs. Tom Forburger and her daughter. Alice spent Saturday at M New corncribs are being built at Mrs. John Hildman's and Chailea Rosamund Eckstein spent the week-end, with her parents at Waverly. La Vonne Madden and Marian Clarke, Seneca teachers, spent the week-end at Minneapolis, where they attended a Minneapolis-Michigan football game, itiss Ellerbrock spent Sunday at her home at Auburn. ) Gertrude Rockey, Fort Dodge, former Seneca teacher, recently suffered a broken leg in three places. I Mr. and Mrs. John Metzger and Mayme Schaner, Algona, were dinner guests at Julius Bollig's Sunday. The Henry Groens, Swea City, and Mrs. Sheldon MeiTiH, with the latter's sons, spent .the week-end at Raymond, Minn., with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Godden visited relatives at Algona. j There was a card party Friday evening at Olaf Oftedahl's. Mrs. Clausen and "Bud" Paulson won high; Invin Clausen and Mrs. Cecil Bailey were low. Francis Slagle won travel. Juniors Stage a Play— A junior play Full of Youth, a three-act comedy was presented Friday evening in the high school auditorium before a large audience. The cast included: Edith Dahl, Charlotte Bergum, Gladys Satern, Lois Jacobson, Maurine Holden, Ardis Movick, Loretta Reese, Patricia Coyle, Vivian Purdy, Agnes Haug, Hollis Cooper, Gerald CJochenour, Duane Hansen, .Maurice Satern, Lowell Kropf, and . Glenn Axne. The coaches were Helen Gaard and Wesley Ashby. Three Aid Members Honored— The Lutheran Aid met last week Wednesday afternoon at the church, and three old members were honored in the program and by presentation of roses: Mrs. Jonas Edwards, Mrs. O. K. Olson, Mrs. Christie Movick. Mrs . Movick, however, was unable to attend, because of sickness. Hostes- e s were Mrs. Roy Kinseth and Mrs. Ray Jacobson. The next meeting will be the .yearly meeting, with Mrs. Amelia Watnem and Mrs. Percy Watnem as hostesses. Collegians Here lor Sunday— Doonald Wehrspann, who attends the university, spent the week-end at home. His parents are Mr. and Mrs.. W. H. Wehr- spann, Fae and Mae Von Buskirk, who attend the State Teachers college, were also • here, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk being their parents. JCresensky, Coe college; William Johannsen, John Kairi,_Homer_An- .derson, Joel Herbst, .Raymond Lannlng Moore, Ames; George Gronwall, ___. , ... ..Cornell; Roland Paine, Grinnell. Klngsley. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond The government was to feed them of the year before, and receipts .were down $1,000. The fact that 1,500 Kossuth boys were in army iwae thought to make a difference. Elmer Wehrspann, pastor at Iowa City; and Harold Wehrspann and W. H. Wehrspann were there Sunday, and the elder Mrs. Wehrspann came home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus ElHngson, Kelster, Minn., and their daughter Elaine spent last week Thursday at pie Ellingson's. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Moviok, Linn Grove, were at Oscar Movick's the same day. Mr. and Mrs. George Thatcher, West Bend, were supper gues'ts at Merle Holt's last week Thursday evening. The Erlck Dahls were at Fort Dodge Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Buskirk West Bend, spent Sunday at Jesse Van. Busklrk's. Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Kleppe were at Olaf Solberg's, Algona. Mrs. O. K. Olson left Friday be with her daughter, Mrs. Lenz, at Rodman. to put them in uniform, and give them privates' pay of $30 a month. NEARLY 3000 MEN in the county from 18 to 21 and 32 to 46 had registered for a new draft. The Algona band played during registration. A draft call wae not expected for several weeks. * * * * 'THE REV. M. Jeffries had signed the Baptist pastorate •accept one at Louisiana, Mo. * * * * , DR. L. C. NUGENT had opeuec a dental office at Wesley. He had ,been at Burt for some time, taking .care of the practice of Doctor Pratt. THE ALGONA COURIER suspended publication in the last Fred j,week of September, and the subscription lists had been divided Two to Federation Meeting — Mrs. Clarence Purdy, Mrs. Henry Lovig and Mrs. Ralph Richards attended an eighth district women's federated clubs meeting at Boone last week Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Purdy was made delegate to the state meeting and Mrs. Lovig is alternate. Vote for J. J. DOOLEY Democratic Candidate for Re-election as 1 County Recorder A Record of More Work Handled with Less Expense VOTE FOR at E4w. JrfMsWg'a last week The Mupphye aittend- l ' «w I*™ here <*•! ,. Edmund Loebigs , and Loehig, Algona, were Sun-, , r. and Mrs. Edw. HUdroan, with daughter JUucllJe, drove to 7 city Mojadgy, and the wpnwn Ued relatives there while J*r. went to De^ M0n.e9 to at- ittd *?9'ndent feed dealers' Tuesday. «lub three Wee: their L. last MulUua were at Fort L. A. 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