Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1939 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Ole B. Peterson, North-End Oidtimer, Is Dead LIVED AT SWEA CITY FOR FULL HALF CENTURY TITONKA WOMAN'S CLUB PLANS A STORY HOUR FOR LITTLE TOTS Titonka, Feb. 27—The Woman's club met Thursday, with a full attendance, except two members who are away for the winter. Roll call was on present-day legislation. The president, Mrs. A. M. Peter- Swea City, Feb. 27—Ole B. Peterson, who died last week Mon- 6, 1864, at he spent his , , . .1 H< IIULM uuiiumt; ior IOC ^ m th j! children of four to six years ev- afternoon. This will children of these ages be Bancroft community. Outside of 1 tees were appointed to help at a county federation meeting hero next week Tuesday, with Titonka, I Burt, Portland, Doan as hostess j clubs. Mrs. Curtis Amen, Mason i City, has been engaged as speak-1 i er, and the eighth district presi-' In a business meeting Mrs. J. A.' dent, Mrs. Albert Wiese, of Man- Bleich reported plans completed "Ins. will be here. to conduct a story hour at the j school building for pro-school i Washington Slipper Is Served— annual Washington two years at resident of tli for more Tacoma he was Ls part of the a of a committee, Mrs. moving to town eight years ago. Mr. Peterson, who was baptized in church in Sweden, had been a member of the Immanuel Lutheran served by the Methodist Aid under auspices of Group No. 3, in M .,..,.>, the church basement Wednesday ; if®' ' night was largely attended -- J ' RESIDENT OF COR WITH 40 YEARSPASSES Corwith-Fairview, Feb. 27—Mrs. Hugh D. Gordon, 64, died at her In Corwith a week ago Mon- afternoon, following a short She had ben a resident of Corwith for 40 years. Funeral services were held at 10 o'clock Thursday morning at St. vith the in charge. Bur- Ost6opathle physicians and surgeons. ' Cofwlth Woman's Club Meets- Mrs. F. Frances Kee was hostess at a ten for members of the Cor- wlth Woman's club a week ago Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. S. L. Thompson assisted Mrs. Kee pouring at a table decorated Valentine motifs. in in Other Corwith News. A Washington birthday party, which was also a farewell party for Mrs. Jean Foley, who will Mrs. Amy Foley, Alberta Mitchell, Mrs. Harry Maw, Mrs. F. A Beefs, Mrs. Ollie Sanford, Mrs. Elizabeth Jorgenson, Mrs, Vern May, and Mrs. Glenn Barracks. A. trio consisting of Mrs. P.- B. Walley, Mrs. 3. Worth Miller and Mrs. William Woods sang several numbers. 'The members enjoyed * social hour In place of the usual study progi'nm. Mrs. Dick Studer was hostess to the U-Dett-'Em Bridge club at the W'illinm Erdman Jr. home a week ago Tuesday. secretary,-and- Mr T h ft *d w a carrier' ,°* accompanied by Mr, aftd Mrs. ney Casler, Algona, attended an »«,.*» a carriers' eighth district rural letter car- lers 1 and Auxiliary meeting at Websiter City Wednesday. Mrs. Thompson IB district Auxiliary I get results. miltee. IF LEDYARD by the president. Budlong, chariman of received from such a supper. George and Martha Washington • and confirmed I the Lutheran! C ? mmUn ' ty , ser ^ ce ' re P° rted P la »s were present in costume, and Geo. U roml ? leted to help landscape served as M . s . located^ 6 '' 6 ** ^^ hat cashier, while Martha a hostess. Six waitresses were costumed in Martha Washington style. formerly Anna at Som- 29, 1875. berg. Seven children were born, j Mr. Peterson was 75 when he j died. Surviving are his wife, sons Carl, Oscar, and Arthur, and three' daughters. Mrs. Ingvid Blomster. : Mrs. Freda Swanson, and Eleanor.; There are seven grandchildren. I Brothers are Magnus Peterson, of i ; A potluck supper was served and mpmhPi-c to hvir,,, t ' 'th . "T~C a fnrewe11 Party given at the Doan S^VpV^'^^S cT dfew ' H £sS S^Spaft- The remaining her sons, the Alvin Andreasons the npose the poet- j Hodos, and the - - at the meeting.^ | are Mrs. Peterson was leader of a ity. contests games, music, and 111., at the Holy Trinity church at Somerset. They moved to Corwith that same year. Surviving Mrs. Gordon are her husband; three daughters; Mrs. Josephine Flynn, of Buffalo Center Mrs. Ruth Oxley, of Corwlth; and Mrs. Lucille Huber, of Buffalo The 0. C. Sprours spent the st -week-end at Ernest Braad- move to Woden March 1, was en- well's, Mallard. Mrs. Spour and *— - J u " ' u - "--' "*-- -'--'- -'Mrs. Broadwell are slaters. Mrs. Warren Lloyd has been under care of a physician. -Mrs. Harold Al'lbright and the child Cnnnie spent last week at the former's parental home at Ceylon. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. William Flynn were at Corwith Thursday, attending the funeral of Mr. Gordon's mother. The Epworth League will give a musical program at the church next Sunday evening at 7:30. The by the Eastern .Star circle at the Masonic hall Thursday afternoon. Lunch was served at long tables in the dining room, which were decorated in red, white, and blue. Mrs. Robert Masterson was hostess to the K. Y. N. Study club Thursday afternoon. Programs for the year were completed. A lunch, in keeping with Washington's birthday, was served at the close of the afternoon. , Center; seven sons, Fred, of Flint, in j ^ - T, Youn S s ' who , M ich., Harry, of San Diego, Cal., leaving the Doan commun-1 Raymond, of Ledyard; Anthony, of Independence; W" Bluff, Nebraska; Hugh, Jr., of of Cor- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Merriam theme will be Christian fellowship, drove to Mason City a week ago I A free will offering will be taken. Monday to visit their daughter I Grant township friends gathered Wlima, student nurse at Mercy ! at Martin Gable's last week Mon- hospital. Wilma had been ill with day evening to bid the Martin and tonsilitis, but has returned to her j Herman Gables and the Jasper work again. | Steinharts farewell. Cards and 'Mrs. Foley, her husband, .and lit- Chinese checkers furnished enter- tie daughter, were also given a, taniment. Each family was pre)arty earlier in the week j sen'ted with an Aladdin lamp. The neighbors. The guests : Gable Bros, will move to farms . . bl- ought lunch with them and presented a nice gift to the Foleys. The committee in charge was west of Swea City, the Steinharts to a place near 'Mr. and Mrs. day night. Toasts were •Supt. Shueler, William 11 kinds , j.i-.icu material °y\ Mrs. J. F. Fiser i, anu conservation. At the meeting commit- LONE ROCK Kenneth Brones. The Rev. Mr. Patterson, Titonka, was main speaker. Musical numbers were ^iven by Gerald Niemeyer, cornet, Ray Pehrson, mandolin and harmonica, and a male ciuartet—Gif- ford Smith, Kenneth Seylor, Bobbie Haglund, and John Roths. I I students receiving an average I'ancakp Day is Planned— j grade of 90 per cent or more the ^Twenty-nine attended^ a regular 'past s ix weeks are: Seniors—Ber- 3on of the \iking club, nard Genrich, John Sprank, Mavis •i s caie last week rues-, x yraan> Eugene Angus, Arnold for pancake day on : Reillyi Betty Marlow; juniors- well under way. Free . viola Sprank; sophomores-Dor- Carr is a sistel ' iAIgona They Mrs. „. _,. , , .,, , »'""i oiJicum, Hupaomores—iJor- * sy, up, and sausages will be. clhy Jensen wl] M rf L millln.' rorn a n rne v re . Sei ! ttttl ^ of .^""e Genrich, Robert Marshall, be ^vpn hv Ho y 'h P " ZM Wlll i Gerald Radig; freshmen-Dorothy be O iven b } the business men. Hobson, Maxine Flaig, Charlene Blanchard. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger drove to Mason City last week Tuesday to attend an oil meeting for dealers. In the evening they attended a banquet and movie on manufacture of gasoline. Arthur Priebe and Alton Pettit attended the Golden Glove tournament at Des Moines Wednesday evening. Thursday they attended a conservation meeting at Ames Rath, Doris Blanchard; Sth grade ~~ Vn 'S ln 'a Frye, Catherine House- SEXTON hotel has been run as a rooming roedel '; Oth—Helen Jensen, John 1 house in the last several years but Nyraall; 5th ~" June H n»na-, Doris! the Molans plan to reopen the din-' ow; 4th —Catherine Flaig, Bring room. |sel Bierle, Phyllis Hawks; 3rd— Beverly Lawis, Shirley Culbertson; ing room. Vow Farm Family Here— , 2nd—Joan Flaig, Joan Zwiefel, Er- : Mr. and Mrs. Jens Simonsen, win F >'J'e, Helen Sprank, Agnes \ with two children, arrived Thurs-! Quiun; first—Donald Jensen, Dor- j day by truck and moved to a. farm; olhy Browning, Frederick New- here which they bought, two miles i brough. north of Swea City. The Simon-! Frederick Scliultz is ill with a .sens moved to Alabama from Em- throat infection. Word has been received of the birth of an 8%-lb. boy to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pearson last Wednes- met county. Annual IMcoJin j s The annual meeting of the Citi- day. He has been" "named "Pe'rry LS Service Co., local oil coopera- j Gene. live, was held Wednesday at the; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olson enter- 1 Legion hull. Dinner was served: tallied at 7 tables of "500" Thurs- ' ^the Bethlehem Lutheran Aid to day evening. Attending: Martha I Mescher. Bancroft; George Kiss-? inger, Whittemore; Glenn and Sam ! McClish, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. i Eldon Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Dick ! 103 people. The same officers were elected. Former Teacher is Dead— A"nes OKnn OOVOM.V, ,,„ i I '" uu » Mariow, i\ir. aim Mrs. Dick ,? ,'rt' ,£ V6 ?, * B , rad J 9' Do »«ell Mr. and Mrs. Eugene . **™ on ' Mr - and Ml ' s - Donald HI«ES.S£=;££^H Gerald Hutchinson, Lola and Harlan Marlow, Marjorie Pettit, Viola Bierle, Dorothy McClish, Mrs. were roommates two years ago when both taught at Ledyard. Al^foniiins to Givo l*lav * Lt ~*m«^, *-.V/IVJLJI,J .n^^naii, i>ns. The Algona W. W. G. girls will Menvin Marlow, Harold Marlow present a missionary play, The i and Leo11 Lai ' son - Mr - and Mrs. El, Woman Who Turned Back, at the Baptist church this week Thursday night. Farmer Moving to Town- John Doocy, who is holding a — ~wj , ,, nvj I0 11UIU111£ cl mint ill ^lllllllcauLa. JA.LUCnUUl£ ; LIlC farm sale this week Monday where! Harlan Blanchards, the Frank he lives, will move into the Molan Householders, the Calvin and the don Marlow won high prizes. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Householder entertained last week Tuesday evening in honor of the Wes Householders, who soon will move to a farm in Minnesota. Attending; the Frank i ' Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Goeders got home Thursday from southern Alabama, where they spent their honeymoon. They were married there January 26. Mr. Goeders has been farming with his father, Wm Goeders, a half mile east of Sexton, and the couple will live there. Mrs. Katy Janette and Mrs. Harold Hunt entertained seven at a Farm Bureau women's home project meeting last week Tuesday at the Janette home. Mrs. Hunt and I Mrs. Janette are leaders for the I southern half of this district. The topic for the meeting was feed- nig the sick. The A. L. Greenfields were dinner guests of the Cunninghams near Irvington, Friday, and Mr 'Cunningh.'am arid .Mr. 'Greenfield attended the Jos. Metille farm sale. Mrs. John Voss Sr., Lu Verne, and two little grandsons spent Friday with the former's daughter, Mrs. Herman Wise. The.W._C. Taylors drove to Des Monies Friday and spent the week end with relatives near Humesiton Frances, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ro'aringer, has returned from southern Alabama, where she had been with the Emmet Paetz family since December 1 when Mr. and Mrs. Paetz moved there from here. Corwith Girls Honored- Betty Scace and Frances Massion, both of Corwith, students at the Amercian Institute of Business at Des Moines, have been selected for membership in the Internation- I al Honor Society for business education. Miss Massion won this ' honor by typing for ten minutes at the rate of seventy-two words per j minute with only two errors. She is a graduate of the Corwith high 1 school and is a daughter of Mr. ! and Mrs. Howard Massion. While | in high school, she took part in I operettas and junior play, and was a cheer leader. Miss Scace, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fay Scace, won the honor by typing ten minutes at the rate of sixty-six words per minute, with only two errors. , She is also a graduate of the Corwith high school. i Farewell Parties Arc Given— A group of neighbors gathered at Martin Larsen's a week ago Monday evening for a farewell party for the Larsens and the Henry Steinlicht family, both of whom will move from this community March 1. Chinese checkers and music furnished entertainment. At the close of the evening, sandwiches, ice cream, cake and coffee were served. Present besides the Larsons and Steinlichts were the Emil Sorensens, Guy Smiths, Doctor Xanders, and Roland Hanswirths. Teacher Is Honored— Edith 'Wilson, Junior high teacher, was recently presented with a pen and pencil set with her name inscribed in gold by the students. The gift was in appreciation of her service to the sports division of the school. She has had charge of the .ticket sales at all local ball games and tournaments 1 this year, Wendell Woodbury, student president, made the presentation at a ball game last week. RECORD BOOKS—BLANK books and binders in durable duck bind- i»g.—See the Advance. I8tf Speaks Over the Radio— Dr. P. E. Walley, osteopathic physician of Corwith, took part in a radio broadcast from station KFJB, Marshalltown, Feb. 15 at 7:30 p. m. He and Dr. Bahne K. Bahnson, of Burt, discussed "Schooldays". This was one of a series of educational broadcasts sponsored by the Iowa Society of house here. Other Swa City. The Methodist Aid will' meet this week, and hostesses will be Mesdames Alctha Ecklund, Fred Miehe, Dean Swanson, Anna M. Glenn Householders, the Rev. and Mrs. Carl Sinning, the Joe Beh- rtnds family, the Schuyler Bates family, Burt, and the Ralph Reid- le.s, Fenton. Mrs. Tillie Hannan was in the Kossutli hospital at Algona a few r-viffi.i, -••-""—, ^.,,ia «». i IXUMJUUI nospitai at Algona a few n "'?'' a ," d .,. Cla ': ence , Saxton.! ,lay s last week for medical treat, ,,.._ •-• *u*i ^.11 v,(j OCiALUil. ' UitYS Devotions leader, Mrs. Ira Hew- '. ment. ett; lesson leader, Mrs. „. Minkel; music, J. Iva Moats. Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson and the . _ | at the parental Wil- M. Those from here attending the I girls' district basketball tourna- her i mont at West Bend Thursday even- Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Blan- liam Watson's at Forest City Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kessler drove to Algona Friday to meet their daughter Darlcne, who came home for the week-end. Services wero held nt 2:30 and 7:-15 at the Guild hall Friday in observance of the world day of prayer. Mrs Mnyme Bravender entor- Mrs/ Jamel Wads^-thT Mrs! Har°1^0 In, 'h Pa 'w Inatro , n8 olub at ' ris Wadsworth, daughter Marlene. 1.30 Juijchepn Wednesday. and the Mrs. Ed and Roy Zunkels. chard, s on Jesse, daughter Doris, Maxine Flaig, Mrs. Donald Blanchard, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger, and the Rev. S. M. Gladstone. Mr, and Mrs. Alex Ki'ueger drove to Fort Dodge a week ago Monday, and Mr. Krueger attended an elevator meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger had ! as last week Tuesday dinner guests, . S. P. Kckholm is at St. Paul taking hospital treatment. Afternoon callers were Mrs. Hir-i am Ackerman and Mrs. M. 1C. WEST BEND NOTES William Riloy has been sick with heart trouble, and his son Charles Livermore, came "Wednesday night for a couple of days with him Mr Riley, past 7G, is a retired farmer who has lived here 21 years. Mr. and Mrs. B. F.' MnFarland have returned from Houston, Tex where they spent a month with their daughters, Mrs. Margaret Tinsley and Mrs. Mike Hall. The Bay View club met with Mrs. Flora Grove last week Tuesday, and roll call was answered with medical hints. After business Chinker-Chek was played. The little son of Mr. and Mrs Archie Pert! who Is at a Fort Dodge hospital with pneumonia is reported Improving. The woman's home and foreign missionary society met with Mrs. Jerry Schutter, with Mrs. H. M. Mantz assisting, one day last week, ana after business led by Mrs. B. ?. McParland Mrs. Carl Voha read in article oa home and foreign missions. The-high school quar- t«t then eang. and a reading was by Irene Mfkes. The hostess-1 es served a 25c supper. Harold Reeder called on old friends at Fenton Thursday evening He is lineman for the local telephone exchange, and he once lived at Fenton. Mrs. Mayne Nessen was entertained by her club Thursday in recognition of her birthday. The club met at Mrs. Jas. Dunn's. The guest of honor received a gift. Mrs. Jeanne Simmons spent a few days the last week at Palmer with friends. Phyllis Sinclair, who lives there, fell on ice and suffered an injured shoulder, besides a cut on the face close to an eye. She is a beauty operator. The H. H. club helped Mrs. Henry Elsler celebrate her 70th 'birthday last week Tuesday. Gifts were presented. Mr. and Mrs. L. Swartsfager have moved into th,e Alma Wel- dlnger house, Vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Larson. There was two feet of water in the .basement, and It had to be pumped qut.!iThe Oscar Mkberrys,, are moving into the house vacated by the Swartofagefs. - OUR NEW MAPLE NUT Ice Cream We recently learned of a specially fine Maple £yrup —grown way up in Canada. And we ordered it for our ice cream. We are more than pleased with it. By using this maple and adding lots of our Fresh Toasted Pecans irom our nut shop we have the best flavored, testiest, cruuchie ice cream imaginable. Try this new maple, chock full of fresh Texas we. cans. * YOU'LL WANT MOBE AND MORE AND MORE ICE CBEAM MADE FRESH DAILY lv USBY'S Armstrong. Geo. Thompson, I have severed connections with my former e whom I have done painting and decorating f or H, last ten years at Algona, and am now in the C o trading, painting, decorating, and paper-lia ng | ng business for myself and have made connections win K. D. James Drug Store. I am using Moore's paint and varnishes and Imperial papers. Phone for appointment to K. D. James Drug store Phone No. 882, or to my home, phone No. 758W. Albert Hagg ALGONA, IOWA New Furniture AUCTION! Offering the Entire Furniture Stock o! '"Furniture At Unreserved Public —NOTE— Auction. STARTING- You can buy with c o n f i- <lence. This is not a going: out of business sale. & Afternoon 2iOO Evening /j- ©CONTINUING Afternoon . and . Evening COME BUY SAVE EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME • LIVING ROOM, BEDROOM and DINING ROOM SUITES RANGES - HEATERS - OCCASIONAL CHAIRS - TABLES WAS HING MACHINES - INNER SPRING MATTRESSES-SPRINGS BEDS - EASY CHAIRS -LAMPS MIRRORS - RUGS- BRE A K F A S T FOR We Invite Your HOW TO BUY AT AUCTION Come in, pick out what you want to buy. Ity will be put on the Auction Block, and you bid what you want to pay. You'll be surprised at the saving. FREE A beautiful $29.50 inner spring mattress will be given away the opening day. You don't have to buy to receive a «ft JUST BE HERE! Free gifts will be given *way at each auction. BJ1ISTR _ ••'_'- ,* •/ :>../"-, •?-•-••:- ' ' ^_-. .. .. •-:.••'*'• ...-:,- -M t ''•• v . i ; i, •- .. . "*--•; THERE IS A REASON | FOR THIS SALE! My Store and Warehouse are jammed with merchandise, which necessitate! immediate liquidation. Your opportunity to buy high grade furniture at| YOUR OWN PRICE!

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