Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1939 · Page 3
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K088UTH COtTNTT ADVANCE, AljQONA PAGE THREE Have Election atLuVerne mill"-'"' flpent Pies— a former Ltt smnneii » •"•.— . Jr died at his home.at Say of Ptfeumohla and 'ToVdtseases. Funeral Clj held Thursday atter- burlal at Simmer. He , his wife, whoi was and was the booK- home. BORT GROUP HEARS FRANK MILES SPEAK •Bttrt "Har. 27—^he third and last ot the aeries of banquets which have been given this winter for farmers <>f this community by the Burt buelttess men was given Thursday evening at the school house, the Leglbn Auxiliary serving the meal. About 100 were served. Farmers from north Union and Plum Creek townships, and newcomers in the vicinity were guests. M. M. C'hipman waa master of ceremonies. The Rev. Thoburn Spelch- er gave the address of welcome, and the Rev. A. H. Wood responded for the guests. The main speaker was Frank Miles, Des Moines, editor of the Iowa Leglonaire. The high school band and the Little German band furnished music. ARMSTRONG , th State bank at Lu ', number of years; two ,'ce and Merle, Simmer; Mildred Troeger, of Ran, ff as 66 years old. At- funeral from Lu „ Florence and Alfred Hot, and Mrs. Ella , | 9 Honored— •s. Lloyd Zentner were _„'their 16th wedding an[last week Tuesday when friends spent the even- iem at the Dr. T. me. The affair was a the Zentners and had .J hy Mrs. Williams and [Williams. The evening I playing Chlnker-Chek at Prizes were given to u Larimer and Mrs. j to Clarence Green and rimer for first and see| scores. Donna Zentner ravel prize. ,j Hold Meeting— D. Meyer was host to the Isteopnthlc society at his week Monday evening. | Crawford, Renwlck, gave i his experience with ty- llarla, and baccllary dy- T southeast Missouri. Doc} read a paper on the dl[ Rock Mountain spotted doctors' wives had ained at the Meyers I after the meeting the 1 them for refreshments [ Mrs. Meyer. r Lu Verne News. 1 Mrs. Harry Schurtz, of , were week-end visit- Etlhel DeVrles, Buffalo Center, accompanied her friend, Inez Du- shlnskl, to Armstrong Monday to visit friends for the day. She formerly taught here and la now attending college at Ames. 'John 'Bailey and daughter Donna Jean, of Penton, and Harold Fudo, of Emmetsburg, were visitors at Dr. A. Whitlow's Sunday night. James Vlgdal, Craig Irwln, Wll- ,11am Whitlow, Elaine Locker, and Ross Rundas, all students at state college, Ames, are visiting at the respective Art Vlgdal, Rev. R. R. Irwin, Dr. A. Whitlow, Lambert Locker, and, Mary Dundas homes during a recess between quarters this week. Corene Miller Is suffering from an attack of bronchial pneumonia. •Harry Davis la quarantined at home with smallpox. Lloyd Schulte was taken to Iowa City hospital Thursday for medical treatment. His treatment will be delayed because of infection in his foot. .•Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Monsen and: son, and Elaine Locker concluded a five-day visit at the Lambert Locker home here, and also with Mrs. Monsen's mother, Mrs. LoOft, Swea City. Elaine attends college at Ames, and the Monsens reside in Ames, where he is studying to be a veterinarian. Dr. and Mrs. A. Whitlow took their son William, Craig Irwin Ross Dundas, and Jim Vigdal to Ames Tuesday, where they will resume their college duties. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmiter visited Wednesday evening at Clifford Olson's. Mrs. Carl Halvorson returned early last week from Blue Earth, where ahe had been for three weeks caring for her daughter and husband, who had the flu. Mrs. Martina Sorensen, Ringsted, visited Wednesday with her mother, Mrs. R. E. Bunt. WESLEY P,U HEARS TALK BY F, B.J.EAOER Wesley, Mar, 27-Mrs. Raymond tfayre, vice president of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation, gave an Interesting talk a week ago on modern farm problems at the meet- Ing of tlio P. T. A. E. V. Plorce, Algona, game warden who was scheduled to speak, was unable to come because of sickness. A nominating committee for the election at the April meeting is composed of Mrs. Frank Kouba Jr., Agnes Bayer, and Mrs. Jack Studer. I-.. L. Lease talked to the group> about sending a local boy 16-20 years old to the Boys' State camp June 3-10 at Camp Dodge, near Des Molnes. The American Legion is sponsoring the sending of the boy selected, and the P. T. A. is asked to assist in the selection. Special guests of the meeting were County Agent A. L. Brown and Home Demonstration Agent Ruth Hicks, of Algona, and the president and secretary of the county Farm Bureau, Burt. Scouts Have Ceremony— A pretty candle light ceremony was given by troop 45 of the Boy Scouts at the high school auditorium Friday night, and 21 boys became "tenderfoot scouts." A talk on scouting and its value was given by L. L, Lease, chairman of the troop committee. Mr. Lease and the Rev. Arthur Bottom, also a committeeman, were presented badges by their sons, Sterling Lease and Junior Bottom, at the ceremony of the evening. Bob Heath, Fort Dodge, gave two reels of moving pictures on the Boy Scout jamboree at New York City, and also a reel on the scout camp at Fort Dodge. Superintendent is Rcclcctcd— Supt. Eldon Ravlin was reelected a week ago Monday night for ne3«t year at the same salary. L. L. Lease, chairman of the board, said Mr. Ravlin is now completing his fourth year here. Other business of the meeting included the reelection of Mr. Lease as chairman, a position he has held for several years. The board was to meet again this week Tuesday evening to discuss teachers for next year. at Frank Kouba's Jr. Since her accident last fall in which she received a broken leg she has been In h hoapital at Marshalltown and at her home at Randall. She was teaching at Marshalltown before the daj accident. orndo Visitor Honorttl— Mrs. John Anderson, of Fowler, Coo., who Is here visiting her daughter, Mrs. Julius Kunz, was hnured at a party a week ago Mon- afternoon, given by Mrs. Frank Kouba Jr. Other guests were Mesdames Julius Kunz, Emll Wester, H. J. Braley, Al Wagner, Fred Dinkman, Ihno A. Gerdes, and L. Lease. ers at the Stanford hotel at Mason City Wednesday. Mrs, Howard Sparks and son Dean, of Armstrong, were overnight guests at Joe Goetz'a last Wednesday. Albert Lawler, New Providence, came a week ago Sunday evening to visit his alster, Mrs. John Hutchison. The Rev. Arthur Bottom attended the Algona sub-district meeting of ministers at Tltonka a week ago Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Connor, of Popejoy, visited friends in Wesley a week ago Sunday. Teachers attended an institute in Mason City Friday, and pupils had day's Vacation. 'Mrs. J. T. Meurer and Mrs. H. H. 'lorn Jr. spent Wednesday in Mason City. ilc Groups to Bnrt— he 33 members of the boys' and s' glee clubs will participate in district music festival at Burt thh week-end, Wesley Is in Class C itroup with other schools of less thfn 160 students. Supt. Ravlln said that cars were needed to take fchlp large number of participants to Burt. Mimmas to Washington- Mr, and Mrs. H. J. Braley have rereived word that their daughter, Mrs. Albert Mumma, and family, wi 1 move to Washington, D. C., eai'ly this summer. Lt. Mumma has benn transferred to Washington to re] .Ta ort some time during June. Otlier Wesley News. 'Mrs. I,, L. Pfeffer was hostess- to th< Study club at her home Thurs-. dar afternoon, with Mrs. August Studer, Mrs. John Amesbury,-and Mis. E. M. Olson assisting. Decora- tiqns were carried out in Easter ors. The lesson, "Public Wel- 'e," was in charge of Mrs. Chae Kiaus and Mrs. August Studer. Hr. and Mrs. Jack Keim and son :kle. 1 j campaigns on all types of merch- They recently returned andise or service.^-No extra cost. weeks trip to West ich, Pla., where they vis- > home of his sister, Mrs. mlson, also well known in While in Florida Mr. Jfent deep sea fishing and I to have some help in "" fish. I Mrs. George Thompson, 1 their granddaughters I Carolyn Kay Thompson, , were guests of Lottie i Mason Wednesday af- J Miss Jennie accompanied |Corwith, where they were i at the J. A. Zkeifel's. r Downing, who made her i Aaron Steussys for a 11'ears until about a year t the Steussys again help- tor Mrs. Ross Steussy, Itnofher. ptterson was at Ames from '(Tuesday until Thursday [attending a welding school i by the state college. i Chapman and Earl Han- returned to Ames 1 vacation between rchle Sanford visited rela- i Molnes several days • class went to Algona '.afternoon, for their class ^Beckman, Alton, was 'a " R. L. Corbln's last Town Team Wins Double— The Wesley town basketball team defeated the fast Mullins Hybrid quintet, of Corwith, 28-26 in the first game of a doubleheader here last week Tuesday night. Three former high school players and Coach Paul Nedtwig gave able support to the Independents. The local boys downed the K. of C. team, of Algona, the second time within a week, 27-19. Former Teacher in Visit— Alvina Johnson, Marshalltown, former teacher here, came week Tuesday for several with friends. She is a house Chicago, -brought Mrs Kdm's mother, Mrs. Barbara Schrauth, home Wednesday after noon and will visit relatives here fo - several days. Mrs. Schrauth has been visiting relatives in Illinois for two months. Mrs. Edw. Hildman entertained th.3 members of her bridge club Thursday afternoon.* Mrs v J. L Studer won high score and. Ruth Haverly travel. Mrs. Alt Studer will entertain April 5. Mrs. Jule Kunz and daughter Mary Adine left Friday morning fo- St. Paul to visit June Adel, student in St. Catherine's academy Tl.ey were to return Sunday. The Priscllla Phoebe society wil m>et Wednesday afternoon in the cr.urch basement. Mrs. Lester Larson and Mrs. Henry Funnemark w 11 be hostesses. Don Kraus returned Thursday to Ames, where he Is a student. He hid sipent a week's vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles K -aus. Mrs. Tom Forburger, Tommy, Ruth, and Vera, s,pent Friday, MWch 24, with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Joe Krieps. Nathan Studer and daughter TCnma are ex-pacted back from Du- bique this week-end. T'.iey have PORTLAND Sixteen women attended an invalid diet follow-up meeting last week Tuesday at Mrs. John Koestler's. This was the third training school, lesson. The 17th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf was celebrated with a "500" card party last week Tuesday evening. Six tables were in play. High prizes were won by Mrs. Jess Dugan and John Long. Low prizes went to Mr. and Mrs. Russ Shipler; travel to Mrs. Charles Scott. Lunch was served. Portland's school board met Monday at the Center school, and the usual business was transacted. Four schools, Nos. 1, 5, 6, 8, are standardized and Nos. 3 and 7 are qualifying. A township spelling bee was held at Ray MoWhorter's Friday evening. The Titonka sdho'ol was also represented, with 30 parents, pupils, and teachers attending. This was a practice bee In preparation for the county contest to be held in- Algona April 12. Easter prizes in decorated hat boxes were awarded to Velma Larsen, Dlst No. 1, Nellie Nelson, teacher; Mary Janice McWhorter, Dist. No. Letha Mann, teacher; Virginia McWhorter, Dist. No. 8, and Lavina Jandl, Titonka school, tied and the prize was given to the latter. Miss Nelson was pronouncer. Ice cream and cake were served. LOCAL CONCERN IN M/C, TRADE SHOW The Mason City branch of the Co-wau Building Supply Co. will have the largest display booth In a North Iowa Building & Home Furnishings show this week Wednesday to Friday at Mason City. The Cowan company will have a $1,000 display of Johne Manvllle blown rock wool Insulation. The Cowan company opened this branch February 20. The branch has a warehouse there, and It has office space with the Patton Real Estate Co. Robert Armstrong Is the representative In charge, and Lawrence Misbach is also connected with the branch. This branch is unit No. 4 of the lowan company, servicing 15 counties on sales and installation of rock wool home Insulation. A truck used in the Mason City etr- rltory was made by the local Thorpe Wood & Iron Works. What will be known as the No. 2 branch of the Cowan company is shortly to be opened at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Geo. W. Ingham In Truck-Car Crash Last week Monday's Des Molnes Register reported that Mrs. Geo. W. Ingham, Olympia, Wash., suffered a broken nose and internal injuries two weeks ago when a truck collided with a car she was driving on an Olympia street. Her RECORD BOOKS—BLANK bookfc and binders in durable duck binding.—See the Advance. 18tf daughter-in-law, Mrs, T. R. Ing* ham, -was also injured. The elder Mrs. Ingham's husband, a doctor, Is a brother of Harvey Ingham, and T. R. Ingham, also a doctor, is a son of Dr. and Mrs. Geo.' W. Ingham. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ingham are spending a vacation in California. Selective Air Conditions NEW LOW PRICES PLUMBING! Expert Plumbing repair work at reasonable prices. When in trouble, call LAING & MUGKEY Phono 464 Algona, Iowa BEAUTY-judge fof yourself t • ENDURING ECONOMY- proved by 13 ye«t record! VALUE-jam-packed with it! • FEATURES-scores of 'em! GENERAL (&; ELECTRIC Xj / TRIPLE-THRIFT REFRIGERATORS SEE G-E's new ad[uft- able Interior/ sliding shelves, stainless steel super-freezer, Quick-Trays, Interior lighting—and the sealed G-EThrlft Unit, famed cold-making mechanism that'gives quiet operation, low current cost, long lift. KOHLHAAS & SPILLES Hardware — Algona END OF MONTH E.O.M.SALE END OF MONTH >en there all vanter. John Froelich returned to school Ames Friday after a week's va- citlon with his parents, Mr. and rs. Charles Froelich. Mr. and Mrs. Lael T. 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