Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1939 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 6, 1939
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PAGE SIX MEMORIAL DAY OBSERVED AT WHITTEMORE Whit|*iBore, June 5 — A largo «$wd turned out last week Tues. day for the Memorial day pro- iita. Tne band played a few so- le^tlons, after Which a parade Mrmed & the city hall. Then, after mtreh to the public school grounds a "program wan presented. < Dr. Hi K. Woodward was master of cere'in&nles and 'had charge of the platform. A reading by Paul Jvdllasch was the opener, and this fr|s followed by songs popular in successive 1 American war periods, j&upg by thc_4r« club girls. ! The feature of the forenoon was an address toy the Rev. W. H. Dfscher, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church here. Mr. Discher Reviewed the war periods and gMelt on the historical, significance of the American flag. Fo*rtV Celebration Planned— V-$t. Mlcjjaers parish will Oiold its annual celebration on the academy irinlnds Monday and Tuesday, July 3,-4. Plans are being laid ,to make .tnfa one of the biggest celebrations of the Itlnd in northwest Iowa. Ttiere will be more entertainment thin in past years. Locker Plant Basement Begun— Bxac*vition of a basement of the proposed new locker plant was started 'Wednesday. The founda- tl<>n will be laid as soon as excavation is finished. Mrs. Uklenhake Has Operation- Mrs. John Uhlenhake had a ma- Joj operation at St. Mary's hos- jplfal, Rochester, one day last ftek, and the word Is that she is recovering;; Appendicitis Patient Discharged— Paul Ufioh, who recently had an appendectomy at the Kossuth hospital, was released Saturday and w*s brought home. Algona Beaten at K'ball— The creamery klttcnball team defeated the Hi-^Bred seed corn <ejim from Algona here last Monday evening, 3-0. Other Whlttemore. pr. J. W. McCreery, Dr. H. C. Allluad, the Rev. William Veil, ifld Druggist C. L. Cavanaugh got home from a fishing vacation in Canada Thursday. Though it rained, much of the time in the first (few days they were there they had good fishing the rest of the time. . Mr. arid Mrs. Henry Kueck, I/one Jlock, daughter Betty, and son Mel- vlp, with Mrs. Dora Berehns, Fairmont, spent Friday evening with |«r. and Mrs. Arthur Hetdeiiwlth. lAiverne McKinstery, Oakland. •Calif., was a recent guest of hip aujit, Mrs. J. W. McCreery. He wfent from here to Estherville to vtylt other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. William Tlede, Lu Virne, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bra*tz,.Milwaukee, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz last week Sunday. Mrs. Charles Seymour, Madison, Neb., and her daughters Dorothy and Florence were guests of relatives here from Wednesday till Friday. The John Dugans and John De- Cpss, all of Chicago, visited over Mjsmorjil day at Lloyd Hood's. Mrs. Dugan is a sister of Mrs. xiOOQ* Mrs. Gertrude Hockenberry and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnson, all of Mason City, ylslted at the parental R. H. Flnnell's on Memorial day. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McCreery, of Fonda, visited Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Dilley on Memorial day. Mrs. Dailey has been having bronchitis. Peter Elbert, with his daughter, Mrs. Bert Fuehen, West Bend, visited Editor and Mrs. Louis Elbert at Pocahontas Wednesday. 'Banter and Mrs. N. L. Cotton, Lone Rock, visited Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Datley last week Tuesday. 'Mrs. Susie Engler, Arnold's Park, was here on Memorial day to greet old friends. Herman Volgt has bought a new Chevrolet from Poirot & Schattschneider, Lawyers' "Chamtanqoa" Dated. 'Announcements are out for the annual joint 14th-21st districts lawyers' "Chautauo.ua" at The Inn on West Okoboji. The dates are June 9-10-11. The program has not --' '---n "iven out. As a rule most Algona lawyers attend. St. BENEDICT Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Koch, daughter Bernadette, a married daughter, Mrs. J. B. Bechtold, the letter's husband, and two grandchildren, Roger and Virginia Popp, all of St. Cloud, Minn., were week-end before last and over Memorial day visitors a I Mrs, Mary Studer's. Mrs. Koch and Mrs. Studer are sisters. 'Last week Sunday all called on Mrs. Ben Dorr, and thence drove to Woden to see the Leo Studers, Next day the same party visited the West Bend grotto, and the visitors went home Tuesday. The Kochs formerly lived here, and they were married here. The Bode ball team was disappointed, on arriving here by truck last week Sunday for a game with the locals, to find the diamond flooded. There was nothing for them to do. but to go home. • 'Mrs. Mary Ponton, with her children, Lyle, Jean and Joan, the twins, and Maxinc, recently spent a few days with Mrs. Penton's mother, Mrs. 'Carroll, who was ail- Ing. John McKcnna and Irene Fasbender attended the wedding last week Monday of Charles Nelson and Celia Eisenbacher at Wesley, and Irene served at a wedding dinner at the bride's home. Cletus and Ralph Dorr, employed at Bancroft,»were last week Sunday visitors ?at their mother's. Mrs. Dorr had ' been sick two weeks. A miscellaneous shower was given for Deane Arndorfer at the local school hall recently, and it was attended by some 85 friends. Miss Arndorfer received many gifts. At cards prizes were won by Mrs. Louis <3oetz, Wesley, at bridge; Mrs. Charles Stufllck, St. Benedict, at 500. Guests from Algona were Mesdames P. C. Scanlan, G, C. Stewart, John Simon, Walter Lichter, Jos. Arndorfer, the lat- ter's mother, Mr*. Erdmanu. Ver- onlca Dletz, Orville Abbott, and Mrs. M. Erdraann were also there, and from Wesley wero Mrs, Julius Kunz, Mildred Arndorfer, Mrs. Louis Goelz, Mrs. Arlo Lawson. From St. Joo came Elvira and Florence Goishocker. Miss Arndorfer will bo married Monday at the St. Benedict Catholic church. Mr, and Mrs. Ted Trunelle and Mrs. Pen ton attended baccalaureate services at. St. Cecelia's academy at Algona last week Sunday evening. Lillian Carroll, sister of both women, was one of the graduates. Sister Carmnlelta and Sister Oor- iua left last week Sunday for Armstrong, where they are teaching In summer school. In the meantime Sister Leo Is with the Bancroft Sisters. All three will spend the rest of the summer vacation here after July 1. ARMSTRONG Agnes Palmer and Jos. Nowan, St. Paul, spent, the Memorial weekend a I, the former's uncle Joe A. Iln isman's. Clifton Do Bales, Cedar Falls, and Roy Frledc, Cedar Rapids, spent last week with the former's mother, Mrs. Frances Do Bates. Clifton returned to Cedar Falls Sifnday to continue a teacher- training course In the State Teachers college. Dorothy Bunday, rural teacher north of Armstrong, is spending the summer at Boyd Denison's. Mrs. Martha Sorcuson, Rlngsted, spent Memorial day with her mother, Mrs. Marguerite Bunt. Dale Hansen, who attends the State Teachers' college, is spending the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Hansen. Irene Irmiter, St. Paul, and Betty Camdcn, Minneapolis, left last week Tuesday. Miss Camden had spent the Memorial week-end "In Me Swim of Things" on the beach ... in the water SKIPPER SWIMWEAR by WILSON BROTHERS Sunning or swimming, you'll like the "life-guard" look of Skipper swim trunks. They shape to your figure ... yet remain light and free for action. Girth-pontrolling lastex and fast-drying wool styles ... in a wide choice of colors and original weaves. $I.OO to $2.95 Steele's KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCB.ALnn NA at the parental E. S. Catndett'8, Miss 'Irmiter had concluded a week's stay at the parental H. M. Irnilter's. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vatider- bnrgh, Atlanta, Oa., have been visiting at the parental George Van- dcnburgh's. They came to attend the wedding of Margaret Vandenburgh to Donald Ogren. Maxlno Rrlckson .concluded a three weeks vacation Wednesday at the parental Forrest F. Erlck- son's. She Is taking nurses' training nt the Mounds Park sanitarium, and she has eight months of training left. The sanitarium Is at St. Paul. "' / Mr. and Mrs. Henry Irmiter Jr., Swca City, with their son Jerry, and Mr. and Mrs. Jos. A. Halsman, called Wednesday evening at H. M. Irnilter's. Mr. Irmiter was sick abed. •• •' Five Armstrong school girls arc eligible to enter the annual "brain derby" at Iowa City this week Monday and • Tuesday; Margie Johnson and Agnes Moore, 'English 11; Barbara Smith, English, 12: Ilali TrocRtlcr, literature 12; and Kathryn Tokheira, English 9. Ethel Wolfe and Mary Jane Voungberg. rural school teachers, have closed their schools and-are spending the summer at the respective Herbert Wolfe and Harry Youngherg homes. Ethel Davis .was visiting relatives and friends at Oelwcln last week. Lorraine Johnson, of Estherville, Four Enter J3rai nDwl 1 Corwlth, Juno 5—Th« i< • high school wan reproSu^*'! scholarship contest at low! hl " by four pupils: MnsnWu, bury, U. S. history; w ,,,!,,! bury, Mllo nisvold, Amo" ? crnment; Charles Mar?' history. 'Corwith wns | u 88 schools, and ranked mil. top. The school wns p| ar JV 80 poraentlle ra;'' '" that 80% of the UUIB lower. This was Corwlth' s L,ri year in the academic L„ * the composite score of ti, c ch ™ wn« Ki points over last ycar'srj Des Moines Family in Upset on No. 60J Corwith, June 5—Mr. ami y Frank Ballou Jr.. Des Molnes, SI two sons ' escaped serious Injury J week ngo Saturday night al fai when their car skidded on 'itn, highway No. 60 two miles noiHI of Corwlth and rolled down ariMil bankment. All glaBB, Incliiil'lii'j the windshield, was broken, anil one child was thrown through thil windshield, but Mr. Bnllou was thil only one to suffer cuts, which! wore on the elbow. To Stocking RUNS with llaussner's As featured as NEWS in LIFE mag. nzhio a week ago. We bring this big improvement to you at the low price of Ideal for summer sports near Summer Shoes Crepe Soled Moccasin Type Sneakers Open Heeli White Buckskin Perforated Open Sandals Linen Sandals SHILTS BROWNBILT SHOE CO. 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