Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1938 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 10, 1938
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Dorothy Gruenwald,^onvith. Weds CEREMONY IS Eighteen Games Scheduled PERFORMED AT for Ottosen's Basketeers BOONE CHURCH kosattrt eotmtv ADVAHCH. AI/IONA. ibWA ^^B^f ^i^-'f;^^^ , - olidated land I there here- Corwith, Nov. 11—On October 20 at the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints, Boone, Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Gruenwald, Corwith, and Stewart, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Holmes, Boone, were married. Lohengrin's march was played by Jennie Holmes, sister of the bridegroom. Ushers were Bert Wulf and Morris Case, Boone, and bridesmaids were Gayle Thompson and Alice Steinlicht, CorwiUi,, classmates of the bride. Matron of,! honor was Mrs. Paul Chambers, 1 sister of the bridegroom. Esther Gruenwald, sister of the bride, sang two solos, Oh Promise Me and I Love You Truly, accompanied by Jennie Holmes. The.«,.„,,„„ , Kev. Ivan Ashment used a single- sectlonal ring ceremony. The bridegroom was attended by William Hannah. An informal reception was held at the church, and 110 relatives were served. here. Forrest Raney brought his mother, Mrs. Flora Raney, home from Relnbcck Sunday. Barbara Jean Sanford suffered an Injury, to the left arm Saturday, when she fell from a bicycle she and Donna Dehnert were riding. X-rays showed a fractured elbow. The Bell telephone men who „ „ . ._ .- o-vv-.o U i nft ve been at work here two games, ten Reformation meeting at Emmets- j months have about completed the Nov 11— DA* Mninoo *„«,. •,.„ g Sunda y evening. Miss Gaarde M ob and are moving to new loca- ,!!?.• M^r 0 ^ Molnes township, accompanied them. lions. In a, town like Lu Verne, Ottosen, Nov. 9—The high school etta Reese, Shirley Klnseth Mar- boys' and girls' basketball schedule jorie Kramer, and1 MalirineHolden announced by Supt. Truesdale. in- sang at a Lutheran Daughter* of away, as follows: here; Nov. 18— Rodman, 29 n 0 n o ~ there; , 2S -J TWO New Babies Here- Veln ° nl A boy was bom to Mr - Mrs. where there are no hotel facilities, it has_been necessary lor local people to room the single men, and .- .Palmer Enockson Saturday. There a 11 of the available apartments in ' 1 s °. ne other child, a girl, in the tow n have been occupied. TV,,, on -a J IT- V. i »- i »•»•«!. iiunij jvuuicson Dec. 20— Bode, there; Ded. 30— day. The Knuteerfnq Ottosen girls, Mallard; Jan. 6- boys. *•»«««*" Bradgate, here; Jan. 0 ' re:Ja 10— -Whine- Rodma Other Ottosen 1 News. the same turned to her home at Port Dodge, have two after visits with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Wolf, and son, Herbert Lothringer. Luella Bltimer was a Sioux City ed, there; Feb. 3- Consolidat- Mrs. Merle Holt Mrs. Holmes was graduated from the Corwith high school in 1937. For the last several months she had been employed at Boone. Mr. Holmes was graduated from the Boone high school in 1936 and has since been employed in a Boone bakery. F. H. Protect Lesson Given— The officers and cooperators of the Farm Bureau women's home project In Prairie and Irvington townships were hostesses to 50 women at tea at Mrs. Robert Masterson's Friday. Guests were the women of Prairie, Irvington, Lu- Verne, Sherman, Cresco, and Riverdale townships. This was the sixth of a series of nine teas in the county to introduce rural women to the new county home demonstration atrent, Mrs. Ruth Seaton- Hicks and to acquaint them wlt.h the project for this winter. The organization of unorganized town- was discussed. This project is the best use produced foods. Mrs. Hickg conducted a clinic on frozen canned foods. Tea. and coffee were poured by Mrs. Ben Sanders, Sexton, and Mrs. Albert Johnson, Corwith. Rural Women Hear Program— Mrs. Lloyd Raber was hostess Tuesday to the rural women of Amsterdam and Magor townships in Hancock county at a second all- day training school. The lesson theme was illness-preventing measures in the home, and it included "good health" menus. Anemia was given special discussion, so a luncheon at noon was rich in copper and iron, minerals needed by patients with anemia. Advice was given on menus for the growing child and care of the teeth eyes, ears, and throat, also on posture. Music for Achievement day wa s reviewed and folk games were played. The next meeting will be on January 24 at Mrs. Edw Ox-i ley's. " I H. S. Armistice Program Planned- Residents of Corwith and the community will attend an Armistice day program at the high school auditorium this week Friday afternoon; advance of colors, with piano accompaniment; one-minute silence; invocation, the Rev. Albert Rust; pledge ef allegiance, audience; America, audience; McGee march, hish school band; address, the Rev. Karl W. G. Hiller, Metho- 0. P. C. Club Has Programa- The O. P. C. met with Mrs. Clif- rd Landers Friday; program: scripture, Proverbs j visiting here. I The Nick Holdens, South Da- rude Jacobson; group singing; who formerly lived here, are — ' relatives and old Hanson, visiting local friends. Mrs. 4, Mrs Oert- wu/i ' ^w^nce Hanson, oup singing- ™nlttemore, visited her mother, , Famous lowans, C. A. Fullerton by SvY' A ? elia Watnem, last week Mrs. Mabel Lovig; lesson. You. Can Wednesd ay. . Have Lillies, Mrs. Ellen Purdy, Mrs - N - °- Movick is visiting her surprise hostess. SInic at Lutheran Mectr- Clara Dahl, Gladys Satern, I daughter, Mrs. Clester Pederson | Spring Valley, Minn. Lor: „ j 1.1 .,,. EHck DalS M. St. L. operating territory, died at her home here October 31 at 71, and funeral services were held on the following Thursday. Junior Band Number 32— The junior band of the Corwith Lu Verne Mrs. Paul Blumer and Mrs. Carl Swanson were hostesses to Mrs. NOTICE LUCIEN C. SPRAGUE, RECEIVER OP THE MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS RAILROAD COMPANY, hereby gives notice that on the 17th day of October, 1938, tie filed with the Interstate Commerce Commission at Washington, D. C., an application for a certificate of public convenience and necessity permitting abandonment of th line of railroad extending from Corwith northwesterly to St. Bene diet, a distance of approximatel 6.6 miles, all in Hancock and suth counties, Iowa. LUCIEN C. SPRAGUE, Receiver of the Minneapolis St. Louis Railroad Com pany. 7. NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALE No. 15860. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution direct schools has new books and new M * x Patterson, the latter's piano P n to mo ivnm th 01 i , ,. members. The enrollment has in- class, and mothers of the punils at ini«»ri/.» r- .. » I v ^ creased from 25 to 32. The band the Blumer home Saturday The! Tow,, n« « <L K ° ssuth county 's-ssrx?^?^^ £^ rrc Other Ottosen News. LuVerne Korleski, who had been employed at the Leonard Mullins farm since spring, ie with Mrs. Jennie Sawyer, Corwith, during the remaining- lis year's the remaining: months of the of home- school year. He is a senior in high school. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Sanders moved Friday to the Whitsler house, Mrs. Charles Oxley and her daughter Annabelle will move to the house vacated by the Sanders family. Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. Halvorsen, Kansas, Minn., and Claude Fuller, Rochester, guests at Armand Tabb's last week Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Downing, Marshalltown, spent Sunday at the latter's sister Mrs. Joe Kouba's and the women's mother, Mrs. Catherine Shipman's. 'Mrs. Virgil Everett entertained were played served. and 13 children".'•• and whf kk games timber, 1938, in favor of Home Thoro 2 j- r S f «?hmente-rewnerV....Loan, Corporation as Therefore 'seven women plaintiff, and against Hatt^ :* Moulds, widow; State-of Iowa; and Edward Lindebak, Forest City spent the week-end here."'Mfs. -Jos. State Board of Social Welfare o Iowa,-as-defendanU,.for the sum o: &„„*. . i rr —— "• "*">' -"••*»» «*» Md.GuuauLa,.iur me sum o Mtritv Vteitfng Datives at For- j $4230.45 Dollars and costs, taxed at $95.75 Dollars and accruing girl, wero c °sts, I have levied upon the fdl- est City Twins, a boy and a • •• "-.».»• f-,*i t, tTCIU ' —™ • v • */ r «*,u .mruit. CliCJ l\fi born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cur- lowing described Real property as ran at their home northwest of the Property of the eaid Hattie B town Sunday. There are two other Moulds to satisfy said children in the family, a boy and a '• to-wit: girl. Mrs. Curran was ~ Robison, Irvington. Mrs. Dwight Florence Four I will execution Lot 'Two (2) Block *) Algona, Iowa; and proceed to sell said pro- or so much thereof as •wprpii " ,—" -«-«•"•• "o'ciui uaj-H, -2 necessary to satisfy said " ele lost week at the former's mother 'execution, with costs and accruing Mrs. Kate Barton's. George Stone, I costs ft t public auction, to the high- erty, Mr~ jiv "• Y ' 6 " L -"iirugrove, Algona, «"<•* were 1 ?" her , bab y> spent several days, ma y " ele evening. Mrs. Everett is president of the class; Mrs. Fred Zuehl, teacher. Mr. and Mrs, William Erdman Jr. and William Erdman Sr. spent a _j — w» {3v* t^kWUCi, I » ~ Mw*»,«w44( w 111C 111KU" Cedar Rapids, spent last week I est bidder, for cash, in hand, on the here, looking after property inter-' 26th day of. November, 1938, at ests and visiting his brother Ray. the east door of the Court House .Mrs. P. C. Lichty entertained,' 11 Algona, in Kossuth county, .Kriday evening at contract bridge 'Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a "The Walter 'Heftis, Fort Dodge, m - "° f said day, when and where at due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 13th day of October, Mrs. U. S. Grant returned Fri-" from^ Mason City, where she eks. Mrs. last week few days last week in Illinois, rine and vVrMv, n£ S °' *£' where thev attpnriori tho f,,« 0 ^ n i „.• " n ? a . nd . -Marilyn O'Connell . . , dist pastor here; vocal selections high school; Star-Spangled Banner, high school band; benediction; the Rev. Paul Williams; retiring of colors. Declamatory Training Begun— High school pupils enrolled for declamatory are: dramatic—Marilyn Gouge, Virginia Walley. Maxine Perkins, Clarice Olson, Lola Hunsiev. Dolores Scott, Lillian Clapsaddle; humorous — Darlene Dean, Dorothy Ann Welter, Lois -tended the funeral of Guests at Charles Johnson's Sunday were the Elza Valentines, Farnhamville; Mrs. A. M. Smith/of Gowrie; and G. A. Aylor, Keosau- came 1938. CASEY LOSS. Sheriff of Kossuth County. Iowa. FRED J. KBEFE, Harriet Oxley, Robert rtin w V,,? orothy Hartwig, Berna- dlne Metille. Dorothy Hilyard; oratorical—Maynard Wodobury J ean Merrlam, Avonelle Johnson, Kenneth Wilhite. Goldfield Woman is Sick- Mrs. Peter Larson, Goldfield, is eeriously sick at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Otto Wille, southwest of Corwith, where the patient aas been for some weeks. Rose Halligan, registered nurse from Fort Dodge, had been caring for her, but she is uow under care of Mrs. Charles Thompson, Corwith Marie Hunt is helping with the housework. Legion Auxiliary Lays Plans— The Legion Auxiliary met last week Tuesday at the Legion hall, and plans were laid for an Armistice day supper. Mrs. Harvey Enfield gave a treasurer's report- Mrs. Jurgenson, a short talk thanking the unit for a Gold Star Pm presented to her. Lunch was M by ** rs - Clarence Robinson Mrs. Sherman Page. African Missionary Speaks— Venala Anderson, missionary at Sona Bata in the Belgian Congo spoke at the Baptist church iLt week Tuesday evening, and a large audience attended despite weather. Miss Anderson s days with Portia Johnson,' Wednesday for Waterloo. Aid Serves Public Dinner— The Catholic Aid will serve din— -the Legion hall thi 8 wee •May. The committee con of Mrs. Arthur Kelch, Mrs Max Sloan. Mrs. Edward Haupt man, and Mrs. Bernard Spangler Attends a Tractor School— Carvel Risvold attended a John Beere tractor-training school a Waterloo last week. He was taken down by his brother Alvin. Ernest Moedftnhauer. Wilma Thompson and Maxlne Perkins. Hru. 8. 3. Yonn* Passes— Mra. 8. S. Young, resident of Corwith 40 years, well known iu qua. Nancy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tillion, Eagle Grove, has been visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bush. Lillian Johnson spent two days last week with her sister Eleanor, student nurse at Mercy hospital, Masou City. , Russell Ross, Oto music teacher, was a week-end guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jurgens are parents of a daughter, born day last week, the first child. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Sorenson visited the Chris Hansens, near St Benedict, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. David Johnson entertained the Delta Circle of the Methodist Aid last week Wednesday. Mrs. Dick Studer entertained her bridge club Monday. j one 10 DAY TIRE SALE •• SWEA-EAGLE Mrs William Tompson enter- imed her Methodist Aid clrcl« last f week Wednesday. | Mrs. A. L. Brown, wife of the I county agent and Ruth Hicks, new ' H. D A., called on Mrs. Emil Lar- i r^f^^day, and thj for the TRADE IN YOUR OLD TIRES ON ROAD-GRIPPING Pullmores Peteison has been laid up an infection in the arm. Kathryn Larson, No. 1 teacher Sr f "5 11 - »« a programed' b tober 28. ' Brones, No. 3, had &t her w«k M , 0 week Monday evening. Myrtl " •<*> lOWtt PRICK THAH m* ifppRE OM PULU f MORES ^ THE OHIO- INAL MUD, SAND AND SNOW rintv YOUR OLD TIRES, Rf. GARDLESS OF THEIfc CONDITION, ARC WORTH MONEY OUR. INC THIS SAIE./ " The Pullnrore tire is the original and only tire which does not re. quire chains in snow, sand, mud: ?£I^ ™?J a J* red knobs clear, revolution. two 666 liquid, Tablets relieves COLDS, FEYER AJTD <a«i»" V ~~ «'"" HEADACHES Salve. Nose Drops due to Colds Hub-My-Tlsm,- a" Wonderfo Small Loans to $300 OH AUTOMOBILES IITE STOCK HOUSEHOLD FDBSITUBE, Prompt, courteous, service. Nit to PNM* i LYoy_0,| y H.v. t. LOW PRICES* 5,25/17 5.50/17 4.00/14 4.50/14 BLOOM Io«» t This advertisement Is Intended for farmers Who Intend to hold a DOl.llr «„!„ „ . Js to provide a form calling for ever ythlng the printer will need to mSKmfHZ S, 18 wl »tor, a «H,, •&tttt*££S^~ m ^ m ^tt^£Syi'& Form lor Sale BUI and Advertisement 1—It is customary to start out with some reason foMiolding the sale, such as "As 1 ing and move to town." Give your reason here: about to i 2-Give the distance from such towns as you want to mention to your farm m . • (.uo not say "pi, northwest of Algona-'-say, "Four miles west and one mile north of Algona") 1 -..J 3—Give day and date of sale 4—Give hour when sale is to begin 5—What about lunch, if any? 6-How many horses? Describe each animal, with weight and age, and if standing horses or teams give particulars have any , will know only wh a t f ive °* "*"* ***** about bulls, dairy The,-*-"— p rin ,e r sweat« y o nrs „ 9—Sheep, mules, or other stock?.. 10-<3hickens, ducks, geese, etc.?. ll-Whica do you want to come first-horses, cattle, or hogs' 12-Parm machinery. Give make and conditioQ stone-may fetch a buyer ten miles away ... M ,, Make a complete list. In these automobile days a, 13—Miscellaneous (The tor S ale,where co^-d^^"^** 17—Your name 18—-Auctioneer sold the auu type. Ta **«. »»4 «>i« arrangement is not recow ~--r~*TO » nw i n the Al r ***£S^Jn! u «K 1 *QVWW»i te the wuth line of «• ^**^^^s'^^S^**^ r *^ -..« *,» Wfe^S£=u^fe%fin&fi8 KSs "* f m m

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