Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1939 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 27, 1939
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PAGE TWO COttKtY ADVAtiCfi. ALQOKA. Fenton Aid Is Hosteis to Seven Aids •-- •••--- • • -.•-- ....-.-•-.-•- _,; ..T. •. -.-.--... .- -. ..., *;^ „•.__.-, ', -. .......... ; ONE HUNDRED THIRTY WOMEN ATTEND EVENT Fenton, June 26—The Methodist Aid held an anmihl guest day at the church Friday, and Aids at Rinssted. Swea City, Algnna, Lone Rock, Whittemore, Burt, and Seneca were invited. Program: devotions, the Rev. J. 0. Waterman; portrait pageant, intermediate S. S. children; piano solo, Edith Wolfe; violin solo, Shirley Frank, accompanied by her sistor Phyllis at piano; duet, Olii Spinning Wheel in the Parlor, MIM. Walter Weisbrod, Edith Wol'e, dramatized by Mrs. Philip Weisbioii; Mr. Waterman, .benediction. Lunch was served at curd tables decorated with flowers and .favors. One hundred thirty women registered. Fonr.ll Club I'lnns Vlcnlc— The Fenton Forwards 4-H club met Thursday with Mary Ann I Btihn, and 17 members and the I leader, Mrs. Will Weisbrod. ans- wercd roll call on How I Could Beautify Our Yard. Two new members were received: "Billie" Mitchell and Phyllis Gade. Two guests attended: Mrs. E. K. Johnson, Edith Wolfe. A club picnic was planned for this week Friday at the Ambrose A. Call state park, the mothers to be Invited. A specif Wednerfav^Mrl ™H We"£j brod's, when Mrs. Hicks will help with demonstrations. The Portland, Lone Rock, and Fenton demonstration teams are also to attend. Independence -l-H'ers Meet— The Independence Idealist -4-H club met Thursday with Lois Ker- FOURTH A TTKXCT1ON /~<HASE AND LAMPE, two nimble young athletes with an assort^ ment of extraordinary feats of skill and strength, will be on the program at the Algona July 4 th celebration. A few of the stunts in the Chase and Lampe routines «re shown above. Theirs is a finished performance from beginning to end. SURPRISE PARTY FOR BIRTHDAY AT ST. JOE St. Joe, June 26—Angela Erpeld- ber. 11 members, two leaders, and jns e , ( , est dau£ , hter ol! Ml . and a guest, Mrs. George Siems, attend-; Mrs John E rpelding. was taken by ing. Irene Berkeland gave a Pa-. surp ,. ise Wednesday in observance per on the care of shoes and stock- , of her Hth Dirthdav _ Eighteen ings, and Mrs. B. G. Berkeland and | C ] as smntes and other friends gath- T n \7 rt 1111 TJvi/i'Vtrt (rnvnlncrlillP'ntcnn! . i . T-» _ _ t -n , • . LaVaun Prie'be gave highlights on the recent 4-11 convention at Ames. It was decided to give a program at a Farm Bureau meeting in July ered at Paul Ernst's service station a.nd proceeded to the Erpelding farm. The afternoon was spent at Bingo and other games, and the at Carl Kern's, at which time the high pri . /e wag won b ' Mildred nliih will iniiinip mi hnnomi'V T» „ i - :„_ i... r Mr. and Mrs. E. J. O'Dell.'of Bancroft, spent last week Monday afternoon at William Hammer's. Charles, who is employed in the U. S. mint at Denver, is having a month's vacation. club will initiate an honorary member. A demonstration team Gets a Job at Rochester— 'Mr. and Mrs. George Becker have receivud word from their daughter Rita, who recently went Bormann, low prize by Leora to Rochester, that she has accept,, Wolfe. Caroline Kirsch won a'ed employment and will remain composed of Sonia Thompson and; door pl . ize Supper wag se] . ved by the] . e " nnQ iemaln Margaret Gowans was chosen lor| Mrs _ Jolln Erpe i dingi Mrs- Paul Achievement day. : Erpelding, ^Susie Frideres, and j Mrs. Reding Has Operation— "" """' "--'---- • • • - M,. S . p e t el - R ec ]i n g , nad a major operation Wednesday at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. It is reported that she is weak, but getting rinb Celebrates Two Mlrtlidiiys- I Bernadlne Becker. Angela received The Happy Birthday club met : man > >- ins - ... charge of program and entertain- he E lathe re- along all right. Wednesday with Mrs. Edward Sol-. ,., uflies y, isit in Minnesota- berg. 21 members and .a guest, Mrs. | Ml . . uu] Mrg Cnarles P i at Bernard Solberg, attending. The tunled recentlv f] . O m a week in, birthdays of Mrs. William Alder-' Milmesota . They visited at Valen- ('hlejuro Visitors fin Hon,,, ee^ef Mrs-'T'j. Sedy^d : [^'-^ ^.S^Wfe? r "^f Tf"™ ! ' ^ ~' Mrs. Dennis Hendricksen were in ^^^lt^^^^^^ Cn^af^ *' S to^MInneappliaiwith relatives and old friends Carl carge o progra a - he E^rU ment. and prizes were awarded to • to see Mr and Mrg Herbert Me- here Mrs. Chris Thompson, Mrs. -Marvin Cormick, the latter a daughter of I Pierce, and Mrs. Dale Long. Re- Valentine. They also visited at O freshments were served by Mrs. Paul Cornelius and Mrs. August riiristensen They also visited at Other St. Joe j ohn ' s „. Le Seuer and -lid AT * ,, tlue - nJh"nV , Mr ' alld , Arrs ' Paul Erpelding fisnm 0 ._ | drove to Rodman Wednesday even' Keilhiff Hi-others Visit Here— I 1 " 8 ' to Vlsit Ce 'esta Reding, R. N. Cyril and Richard, sons of M r. S 1" ta Barbara ' Calif - who Boys' 4-H Tour Planned- , . , The Independence Booster Boys alu , Mrs Jolm Rel]mg formel . St | Wlth her parents, Mr. and Mrs -H club met Thursday at Arthur Joe fal . me) . Si and a fl .' iend all o j ; Adam Reding. oigt's, and County Agent Ashbjv Carroll, spent 'a. few days last 1 Marso began wor ' ' Voigt's, an ouny gen s Carroll, spent 'a. few days last arso egan wor Satur of Palo Alto county .attended, also . week nere The . Remng boys and • . ^ at Al ' tnur ln S's. Arthur' the leader, B. G. Berkeland. Plans • theil . pa ,. ents operate a gasoline i tather ' ^orge Illg, Algona, ha: were discussed for a 4-H tour on, statloll bee] . r]o ' one to Oto to visit the son Fathe: i July 6. A demonstration team was store on No 70 De t we en Auourn . statlolli bee] . par]or and grocery ' £one o Fl ' ancis picked: Robert Berkeland, Milton Cronk; also a baseball team was a]ld Carroll ' . Mr. and Mrs. .Eugene Thul, Otto sen, their son David, and the Geo organized. Mrs. Otto Ohrtman was | Gas Station Changes Brands— Beckers fished at Trumble Lak< a visitor. Paul Ernst, who owns and oper- i last week Sunday. ales a station and grocery store j Andrew Erpelding and Henry | 2% miles north of St. Joe, on the ^ n d JPeter Ziemet drove to Blue !?.„...1. mi.,_„ , .. . ^ Six to U R. Gnest Meeting'— '-"'" ••" '-' . -. /^ U.KIV.U **ui Hi VJ4. tJL. UUC, UI1 LUC " ~~ i-- — - — ».*.».»uv «* w 1 \j LU JL Mesdames Oliver Stoeber, F. H I Wegt Bend cornei . has cnanged . Earth Thursday for the day ^:»»l n .» 17" r< TXfnioV>vr^M Tlnvmnnrl a -,*** . — . ... - - ^; n i,i..« Eigler, E. C. Weisbrod, Raymond Stoeber, and Wilfred Stoeber at- from Wnite Roge aj)d al]ied ., fishing. ucts to Diamond D-X gas, etc. This I Helen Homan returned to her , tended a guest day meeting of the I is due to tne death of n , g supp ] iel . work last week Monday at M. T Lone Rock Mite society last week /-.i,.« 0-11 ----- >, ----- ! M^n, ,),.„'„ »»n — i — _ .1 — ,_, _._ Tuesday afternoon. Aids at Burt, Olaf Soiberg, Algona. Whittemore, Irvington, and Good, Mint Kmploye Visits Here- Hope were invited. . McGuire's, following a week's va cation. Marguerite Becker is spending Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Odell, Den- this week at Eugene Thul's, neai ver, sons Robert and Walter, and Ottosen. Heo is Given- Mrs. Fred Dau entertained at a; quilting Thursday. Mesdames, William Stamer, H. E. Reimers, i Weber Yager, Arthur Krause, So- j phia Bleckwenn. and H. H. Dreyer, _ with William Meyer, and Carl] Amon Cuerdct. Harry and I for appendicitis Priebe were guests. Charles Niemann, John Blum, the Mr. and Mrs.' Arnold Le Maire ARMSTRONG LOCALS Four Have Fisbintr Mr. and Mrs. Herman Huskamp, son Eugene, and Ardis Voigt left Rev. Bernard ICis^heid, a'ld Prank Grandjenett spending this '^ at Leech Lako, Minn. Blue Earth, Minn., visited Sunday at the parental. Carl Halvorson's. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boever, son son Eugene, and Ardis Voigt left! w " k "shine, at Leech Lako, Minn. Mr . and Mrs . Prank Boeve SQn Wednesday for Nevis, Minn., on a' J ; r «; Joe A - " als " la ! J :eturned Ren-aid, and daughters Doris, Ar- fishing and sight-seeing trip. They ' ^ ™\%™ P**"? 1 ^^!?. 1*^*^ }"".**& Rose Ellen, were to be gone a week. j she had spsnt several days visit, ing her daughters. Hospital 1'ntient Home Again— ! Ire »e Irmiter, St. Paul, arrived a Mrs. Mary Mittag, who had been ', w eek ago Sunday evening at the a hospital patient at Fairmont a: Parental H. M. Irmiter home to few weeks, was brought home last spend the waek. She had her ton•week Tuesday, 'better. She is somewhat sils removed iiere Tuesday morning Mr. and Mrs. Carl Halvors'.w and , sons visited Thursday evening at FENTOX NEWS The Pairville Walther League their daughtsr Mrs. Arnold J.,e- met Thursday night at the church, j Maire's at Blue Earth. Ledyard, visited June 18 at H. M. Irmiter's. Afatthew Moiiseii, recently sterinarian from an office in Dr. and Mr.s Monsen and son "moved to Ringsted this week. Mrs. Monsen will be, remembered as the former Ruth Looft, Swea City, a former Armstrong teacher. The Merrill Nicosens left the the Rev. Alfred Reluler having '' David Smith, Minneapolis, is vis- j first °f last week for Rolfe, where charge of a social meeting. Visitors | King two weeks at Forrest F. Er- Ml ' - Nteosen will be custodian at were Margaret Barkve. Marian I ickson's. Finiiesiiid. and Virgil Finnestad.j Mr. and Mrs. Fred Huottner and Lornetia Bruhn was hostess. j daughters Vera and Viola, Lakota, the Rolfe school. He has been custodian in the Armstrong school for two years. C. F. C. Laage, daughter Edith, i Kd Huettner, Snohomish, V/ash.,(, A \ve,dding of interest to this Betty Jean Schwartz, and Mrs. H. ,and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmidt i community was that of Dorothy N. Wilberg, the latter of Uingsted,; and sons Emmett and Joe visited Daggeti, Clarion, and Paul Shee- drove to Brooten. Minn., last week \ last week Tuesday evening at H. Sunday to take up K. A. E. Luage, ; M. Irmiter's. H. M. had returned who had visited relatives here two | the day before from the Coleman weeks. The Don Weisbrods drove to Algona last week Monday night to bring home Mrs. Will Weisbrod, hospital in Estherville. Mrs. William Baird and daughter Shirley Mae, of San Diego, Calif., who have been visiting a han, Armstrong. The marriage took place in Spencer Sa'turday afternoon. They were attended by close friends. Mr. Sheehan operates Paul's laundry shop here. Irene Irmiter was accompanied to St. Paul, Minn., Sunday after- who had visited her daughter mouth at the parental Martin Pet-1 noon by her atetor Marie who Florence at Des Moines. All called erson's, left Thursday for West- ' "n° d I few d± ™ fh't' J h ° on Mrs. Marie Rosewall at Algona. i Chester, Pa., for a month with Mr. Banker and Mrs. N. L. Cotton, of Lone Rock, with Mrs. Harley Shellito, Ames, and her daughter Norma, called at Will Weisbrod's last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Kerber traveled to Clear Lake, Goose Lake, Crystal Lake, and Forest City on a "potato tour" Friday. Postmaster and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz attended a state postmasters' convention at Mason City last week Tuesday. Vivian Voigt visited her sister, Mrs. Fred" Hutcninson, of Terril, Wednesday and Thursday. "Billy" Suavely visited a few days last week with friend "Billy" Stoeber. , his ' little FOR THE OFFICE —WE CABRT typewriter paper, ribbons, carj bon, and other needed supplies.— The 'Advance. . Baird's parents. They also plan to attend the New York World's fair. Robert Dunn was operated on last week Tuesday afternoon at the Coleman hospital in Estherville. Mary Guerdet, Austin, Minn., is enjoying a week's vacation from the Wallace store with her parents, the Anton Guerdets. Robert Lux and John Thomsen returned last week Tuesday from South Dakota, where they visited friends and relatives. Elaine Locker, Jimmy Vigdal, and Craig Irwin, Ames students, are spending the summer at the respective Lambert L. Locker, f Arthur Vigdal, and Rey. *K. R. Irwin homes. Jimmy.Yigdal won a freshman numeral ; for baseball. on las|. weeic jioaday avening at i spend a, few days with her. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Gaarde attended a birthday dinner for J. 0. Kasa, 80, at Wallingford Sunday. John F. O'Neill is attending a two weeks' graduate • school of banking conducted by the American Bankers associatoin at New Brunswick, N. J. Mr. O'Neill is cashier of the First Trust & Savings bank. He was accompanied by K. J. McDonald, president of the Estherville, Iowa, Trust and Savings bank. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. LeVan and son Bobby, C«dar Rapids, visited till las} week Tuesday with the former'if brother L. C. LeVan. They also-visited with relatives in Estherville. tbe ; Estherville, FILE ! F^)L3[>ERS--WE HAVE ,5<X» lega? S}$B'; iHe, folders, off .oplpr. |ell r,e8Uj$rly at' *2.50 ,,per , m While.they last at |1.50.^-Th» *» vifiTIPA. ' ^^Ifitf REUNIONS KEEP SWEAGITYANS MAKING ROUNDS Swea City, June -26 — June seems to be the month for bath unions (matrimonial) and reunions (lam* ily). Five family reunions last week Sunday drew Swea Cityans (.0 various points. The Geo. K. Nelsons went to, Forest City for a Nelson reunion; the Arden Hoveys to Badger for a gathering of the Hovey clan; and the Samuel Ry- stads to Fort Dodge for an Olson- Hansen reunion at Olson park. The Algona fairgrounds was the scene for a Matlsen reunion attended by the C. M. and. Will Christensens, the H. E. Jensens and Cecil Thore- sons, from here. At the Pilot Knob state' park, v the descendants- of -the Ell fdmily, 'first settlers of Ell township, Hancock county, held an annual reunion, and Verle and Otho Kerans, whose parents live at Klemnie, attended from here. T-ols Link is Bride— The Samuel Links, the Charles Faugusts, Glennice Funderburk, Mrs. Mervin Kelley, and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. McAnin-ch were at Rolfe last week Sunday, attending the wedding of a former Swea City gril, Lois Link, to Ralph Rickard, Rolfe. The hride's sister, Mrs. Dore Freeh, Algona, was matron of honor, and little Peggy Freeh was flower girl. The Rev. -\V. H. Lease, former Methodist Algona district superintendent, performed the ceremony. Mr. Rickard has an electrical shop at Rolfe, where he and his wife will live. Cold Storage "Hot Stuff- To use an expression worhty of the proverbial Irishman, the new cold storage lockers have met with a warm reception; in short, this frozen food is "hot stuff." Karl Kiewiet, meat cutter at the cream- sry locker plant, has been putting in considerable overtime at butch- aring and cutting and wrapping meat for freezing. Lamb, beef, oork, peas, and strawberries have been put into the 75 • lockers already rented, and the remaining 25 ire going fast. Additional lockers will be installed in July. . Methodist AM to Meet— The Methodist Aid v meets this week Wednesday, Mesdames C. E. Rohlin, August X. Peterson, Ira fie\vett, L. 0. McNeill, J. O. Seylar, and Geo. K. Nelson entertaining. Lulu Haglund will lead devotions, Mrs. Fred Seylar the lesson, and Mrs. Will .Mather will supply music. Two Aid circles met at the church Wednesday for lunch. A picnic at Reynolds park previously planned had to be abandoned beause *>f rain. Oldthiiers Here for Visits— •Walter Berggren, who operated a meat market here about 25 years ago, is visiting his mother, Mrs. Louisa Berggren, and his brothers, Oscar, Edw., and Fred. He is a meat cutter at Lead, S. D., and he reports prosperous conditions and no labor trouble in the gofd- mining town. Concert Given at Park— A concert at the Reynolds park band shell Friday night included a vocal • sextette, a clarinet double quartet, and five Karl King compositions played by the band. A novelty overture and a march by Laurendean were also played, under directorship of Gerald Nie- meyei'. Graveling Crew Finishes Job— The Emory construction crew from Guthrie Center which has been graveling and resurfacing roads in Eagle and Grant townships planned to complete its work in this district Saturday. The outfit was expected to move then to Supervisor Morris's district. Late Improvements Listed — Among improvements being made in Swea City homes and business places this week are a garage at the Ray Sperbeck home, a bathroom addition for the William Blomsters and a new refrigerator counter at Appelquist's grocery. Week's Soft-Ball Statistics— The Midwest soft-ball team lost to Buffalo Center, 8-5, .defeated Ledyard, 7-5, ant' was to play a return game with Buffalo Center here Thursday night, weather permitting. Other Swea City. Mrs. Addie Ewing was honoree at a recent surprise party on her 72nd "birthday. A three-tier cake with 72 candles was presented by her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Elmer Ewing. Samuel Hethershaw, local barber, has been suffering from a severe throat infection. Dr. R. M. Minkel and Virgil and Oliver Blomster fished at Leech Lake last week-end. The Helping Hand society will meet this week Friday evening. RECTALDISEASES VARICOSE VEINS The majority of these conditions :an be treated successfully by ami bulant methods, which means that you suffer very little, if apy, pain and do not have to go to bed. Yoii can go on with your regular work, and lose no time except for a tew ninutejs in myofifice once a week. iTou are welcome to come in for aj»' ;< examination without :charge. At that time I can-explain in detail my method of treatment. F*T Northwest Iowa's IA v I Kossuth This year Algona offers the Greatest Fourth Prograni in Iowa. A greatly enlarged program with lower admission prices. If you want the best in entertain I ment, fun, come to Algona for 7 Hippodrome Acts 7 The Great Millette—Sensational Aerial act. , The A Rounders—A wonderful singring and playing male quartet. Ballads, meJ dies swmg. The 4 Robeys in a very novel juggling act. *L , Lemfke — An unu » u »! hand-balancing act. One of the outstanding act* of the country. J im J am Jrio-A real rib-tickling comedy number! ' ^ Larimer - Hudson— Comedy bicyclists. N. Iowa's Greatest Fireworks Modernistic Designs in color combinations and pastel] shades. Beautiful, brilliant aerial displays. Dance-Music by Rhythm Club Dance the evening of the fourth in the Floral HaH] One of Northwest Iowa's largest floors. 2 - Fast Baseball Games - 2l Wesley vs St. Benedict Game Starts 1p.m. Swea City vs Burt Game Starts 3 p. m. All these teams are closely matrhe<l Tk L • , . »wiy maiched. I hey have been playing oall. Two fast game*. Motorcycle Races Thrilling motorcycle races and motorcycle polo. Comedy mules Race All A- 1 ' *" ' • ' ; . • ^« " v ' ^ = ^^-^*^S5iB±=555S5S55^^^l AlhArherican Shows on thetlidway Admission: Adults 25

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