Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 22, 1939 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 22, 1939
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AGE TWO csotMTt ..ALQOKA,. Loses Husband .._ .' _> ^..- r 1ART ATTACK ON AUGUST 6TH PROVES FATAL Swea City, Aug. 21—Mrs. John Anderson nnd Mrs. Oscar Linde 'jot home Thursday morning via bus from La Mesa, Calif., where they had been called two weeks before Word of the passing of Mrs. \nderaon's son-in-law. Frank Starr. Mr. Starr's death was sudden, the result of a heart attack. He had been on the refreshments committee for a gathering next day (August 6) of 1000 members of a Masonic lodge of which he was a member, and on coming home in the evening had complained of being tired. He laid down, and his wife, after some conversation with him, went to the kitchen. Later, hcariyg a light sound, she stepped into her husband's room and found him breathing his last. Mrs. Starr, the former Hazel Anderson, spent her girlhood here. She and her 11-year-old son Billy ST. JOE SCHOOL WILL REOPENED SEPTEMBER 4th MRS. KREGER, St. Joe. Au?. 2.1— Catholic schc*e»5 «331 (ember I. 1; 5s pils will be «*I3«^ ie day soon so books- Sisters oa il># are: M. Hihrude, s M 85, IIES AT TTEMORE Axis- 21 — Margur- nee Drewps. died nt Mrs. Whiittm«r* . Barms of marriage were announced for the. first time last, lived here more than 50 years rtfalivt* and Gteffc is * Mid Join, weeR- Txiesday - at St, Michael's Catholic church Fleming and fir. both of Chicago. Hob Has TV*J »i S. S tored to Spirit Li&ie T3a»r*daj the day w Mr^ M. T. there, Mafcinc ;he ;rij> dan>es Laura PTC«IJCW, OlsrjB den, Mary Fraser, Sylvia Man ha Morcan, U A Clara F]a;he. fi a^ Charles PJajJi* and were club c"u<>st<,. M*;*.J-IU Thomas ' left Sunday for l»fc<>5 naval mining « ten-flay fur- Trip to Mr. and Mrs. Paul E: Mrs. Frank Ernest CaJts faTnily returned Thursday from a voek with father and other rein- find - _ kjut^ (*uu ..^1 ** ....... w. u .-v. ~.-.. j....^.. * ««mjv i* u.ijut-i mt3i ij^ 5000733*' IIVPS a* \> fttkins, Minn. will continue to live at La Mesa.jpanied a croup Sunday ;o WITUIBS,. The George Fernls. St. Benedict, which is also the home of her sis- ; Minn., where the Wa;3cin? plani *T><5 Mr, and Mrs. T>ivayne Benge' ter, Mrs. Harry Berc^ren. [and experimental farm •«•«•? in- Brafl^raie. were Sunday visitors'at spected. They returned Monday. ; William Hammer's. Anna Mae Erpeldins Farewell for Mrs. Bronleewe— The Baptist Guild met at the hall Friday for a covered-dish lunch and a program honorin went, to - ; --•• — M«.««».»ji.jrt;jw "1*1 " (Jill. 1 L' Trap|>ed Fish aw $alvan^ — i Live.rmore Thursday to spend a and Anna - T I' * " •> «.T«» «*J \ <^*»K T «M«tTl— . *•*! » V-i LUV'I C^ 4 U U 1 5*Un.J Conserraiion employes spsn; last ffr"* days wiih Lena - •• ••• - c - -----jweek Tuesday seiniac fish from Allman. Mrs. R. P. Bronleewe, wue o, >be j Horseshoe lake. TWO mile* north of! Mr- and Mis. Sylvester Wacner departing pastor. After a program St , Joe and ^ . , and ^ c Wagners spent consisting of a reading by Dar ene J Jaken , a a !ruck . o fgmf ^Wednesday and' Thursday at Spirit Kesler, a vocal solo b> Esther, !earned here -^^ for Marguerite Edward Meier, ~ ,. , ...^,.j,_. Miss Fleming, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Fleming here, hits been employed at Chicago two years. Mrs. Fnrrell Has Operation— Mrs. Nell Farrell, who went to Rochester last weke Monday, had a major operation at St. Mary's hospital there Thursday. Sister Mary Celine, with Edward and Peter Farrell, drove to Rochester that morning to be with their mother. To Move to Ames Soon- Mrs. Cecelia Elbert has rented her house to Mr. and Mrs. Keru Elerlck and will move to Ames, with her children. She has bought n house there and will occupy it The surviving children arc Hen- 1 -*f to ™ the fall term of school j-y. West Bend; Albert. Clara City, j stans> . . Alinn.: Mrs. Anna Meyer, who lives Operation Patient RecoTerii'g— in Germany: Mrs Struecker, here; lMrs> Prank Schattschnelder, who Busch,-West Bend. had a major operation at the Col . LEDYARD vest festival ht Bancroft diy and MM. Elmore, at tb« *f>eni lait 1 "«« n ">ajui upeiuuuil HI [He VyOl- "~ "~ Mrs. Kreger's first husband died j oiiial hospital, Rochester, last week Mr - ' September 26, 1S9S, and on March Monday, is reported recovering school. *>C 1 CftT *X-. *..t<3«.... .«_ UM t«O T^l... .' a I W~H * jiVjMtvuii Yahnkes were at I^rt Dodge.last week Monday evening* ittirf Mr. Yah'rike attended a deal* era' meeting there. Agnes Olson, Bancroft, spent last week Tuesday at D. B. Mayer'*. She formerly, taught here, but Is now teaching at Swea City. • Edith Reaney, .Waterloo, came last, week Tuesday for a few days here before going to Melvln for ft visit before school starts. She is music teacher In the local schools. Her sister, Mrs. George Loonan, of Hudson, with a Mrs. Martin, of Waterloo, brought her up, returning the same dav to Waterloo, ' Mr. and Mrs. Dale Estle, of Des Molnes, went home last week Tuesday, after a visit at the parental P. W. ^Reece's and Ray Estle's. Edwin VerStelg, Mitchell- vine, spent the week-end at the Edw. Reece home. H. D. Mayne was a business caller nt Spencer Friday. , Supt. attd (Mrs.'ft M.. Gra.nner s re-1 '-"ed Monday/ after having spent', summer at IoWfl"6ltyV where I Granner attended summer] ^i^.wB!fc!!3ai!lS. M>V#- D. M*yne,< beldire 1 going to Lester' Grahnef, Oiendlve, Mont., visited at his brother H/M.'s last week Tuesday. He had been visit* Ing his parents at their cottage at Cedar Palls, and was on his way home. Mr. and Mrs. Tlce Brack were business .callers at Blue Ea -"• outiy, A company i h ,. '«Bhlng *•»*« ooTt < ve "" -and cake »*,.„ om °' It, si* f ^'B *KT 1 P32SI*, P'oeger, Arthi, 8 , taf 8t>V mersmcler. and Car" Mr. and At,-, k werfc Tt, 0 , , . rth FW «i t"v , Cal h "tenba •day. With the son Wily* they $£%*£*•« 1S97, the widow married John Bueeh. Mr. Busch died January 7, l!»09, and on December 1, 1910, Mrs. Busch married Gottlieb Kreger. who died August 4, 1919. There are 17 grandchildren nnd three great-grandchildren. Mrs. L. W; Wiemer, Mrs. A. C. Other Whlttemore. | Miller, the latter's daughters, Mrs. Oscar Poirot drove to Clear Lake ' D. B. Mayer, and her daughters last week Monday to attend an an-! wcro at Fairmont Wednesday, nual state meeting of Chevrolet 1 The Methodist Aid met in the and salesmen nt iho rnn,, l"" urc " "asemeni. Thursday, With! ana salesmen at the Coun-.jfrs. Prank Kelly as hostess. De- 1 try club clubhouse. There were, votions were led by Mrs. Joseph more than 500 dealers in attend- ,' Mayiie. A handkerchief shower' was j given for Mrs. D. A. Link, who, Smith, accompanied by her taolher Mrs. Walter G. Smith, and a musical number from the junior B. Y. P. U. the honoree was presented with a .sift. The Rev. and Mrs. Bronleewe are leaving Swea City September 1. Bns Routes arc Let— The board of education has let bus driver contracs at bids ranging from $55 to $72 a month. Emly Larson, J. H. Larson. John Doocy, Carl Berggren. and Harold and Clayton Roalson will drive Routes 15 to 8 inclusive, and Gifford Smith and Weldou Brandt will drive the t,wo district-owned *ousses at $25 a month each. Californtan Off for Home— . Mrs. C. E. Anderson, who had spent two months with relatives here, left for her home at Kingsbury, Calif., Wednesday. She is the former Anna Erickson. sister of Mrs. Fred Berggren and John Erickson. Aid Invited to Okobo.jis— The Methodist Aid has been invited to the Okobojis this week Wednesday for a pot-luck dinner at the Rev. Watson Herrold's cottage. Women desiring a way to go are to be at the church at 9:30. Pastor to Sell II. H. Goods— The household goods of the Rev. and Mrs. Bronleewe will be offered at auction Wednesday, August 30. The Bronleewes are entering evan- geJi.stic work and will not maintain a permanent home. Anna Marie Bertr Fpier Victim .Seeks, Relief— ; 'a few days last week -with hei Mr. and Mrs. John Berber look .grandmother, Mrs. Susan Berte. their daughter Loreca to northern ! "The M. T. McGuirr.s and Helen . . . w cn , Minnesota Sunday, and she is sta .v- ' Homan were spending the week at \ S' ^ ehls " a »- ^ red St rue ing there in the hope of escaping Spirit Lake.. ' F. Baas and John Meme. W ' During her long residence here Mrs. Krege.r was always active as a member of St. Paul's Lutheran ' ance. church. I Funeral services were held last spending ^m-ch^be Rev V?*» ^Dfoche""' IrTr^f MpCrMi^'horoitai Thuw° ba'sement ~^^ ._ _ chuich, ,he Rev*. g Discher day, fol owhig at; apwndeciomy on M ayne as hostess. Christ Meyer, J. H. Helmke, | _ Plecetling Thursday. , Ma ny from here attended a har- w cn , *¥ " ,1' ehls " a »- ^ red St ruecker, H. Lyons WILL BE AT OUR STORE AU Wlth TVooIeng for Salts and Overcoats made to measure. s Mr. Lyons is an expert and you men hart ,«,• will like this service to flt ' hay-fever. .. The Rev. Nicholas Becker Tern- rela- tire's '" T, « Lawyer A isits Here— William Capesius. Chicago a:- torney who came for the funeral of , for Farco, X D. to visit his brother Peter, remained for a : uncle's. " carence Smith left Burial, Was Ulad £ ln th ^ ^V 161 '"" Ce " 1C " southeastofWhittemore. Wednesday, at »>«»'"«« s -,- , . Kuecker's- CAR HITS S,C, BOY; YOUTH JIECOVERS Armstrong, Aug. 21 — Robert Nichols, Estherville, who, a week ago Saturday, was bringing his mother home from IcAva City, where she had received medical treatment, struck Vance, 8-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward AVil- lard, Swea City. The boy ran into the street just as the car was pass- , Calahans formerly lived here Mrs ' Opsal is the former Darlene 'c'ala-' han. and Mrs. Kautskv is the former Gwendolyn Calaiian ' Among dinner guests and o'ther- an wise at Henry Kuecker's last week were Mr. and Mrs. Killiam Kuecker and Mrs. Anna Wilson,' West Bend; Mrs. Minnie Krebs, Minneapolis; Mrs. Sophia Thompson, of Round Lake, Minn.; Mrs. Sophia Bell, Whittemore, daughter Adelia, all Wednesday dinner guests. i sister. Mrs. Robert Kautsky, Des j Moines. and Mr. Kautsky, lately re| turned from a month with ' the women's parents. Mr. and Mrs., „ „. . . .. Grover Calaiian, of California The. 11 Wednesday dinner guests. Calahans formerly lived here Mrs i Tnursda >" guests were Mrs. Levi " "' Frieden, son LeRoy. Mrs. Carl Saare, and the two Saare children, all of West Bend, and Mesdames Kuecker, Wilson, Krebs, arid Five in Tour to East— Norma Atwood, of Los Angeles, concluded a short visit Wednesday i with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' Harold Atwood, and was accompanied on a tour to the east by Virginal Sipes, Waterloo, Emma Gukenberger, Dell Rapids, S. D., and Richard Tuttle, Los Angeles. Flu Lays , , Thompson, sisters of Mrs. Henry Anto Repair Shop Opened — Al Pearson is now operating an auto repair shop in the building recently devoted to the M. J. Trees used car exchange. The has moved to Cali- Trees fumil> fornia. Otiier Swea City, Evelyn McChane, Burt, visited from Friday till Sunday at her aunt Mrs. Walter G. Smith's. She was graduated from the Burt high school last spring and will enter the Mankato Commercial college next week. The Rev. R. C. Swanson got home last week Tuesday from a vacation with his family at Battle Lake, Minn. He was called back to conduct funeral services for Mrs. Nels Peter Pearson. Among Swea City families which have hud or are having outijigs in northern Minnesota are the J. L. Vauxex, at Leech Lake, and the Keith Albertsons, at Ball Club lake. The Armstrong and Swea City bands are exchanging concerts. Armstrong piayeil here Friday night, and the local band will go there this Thursday, August 2-1. Mrs. Joseph Anderson and her children returned to Uadcliffe last week Sunday, after a week with the former's iijohter, Mrs. Norman Anderson. Sam Rystiids were at Linn Grove Thursday, attending the funeral of Mrs. Hystad's 83-year-old uncle. I - -•• ""j.T *i«»viu«rii jJUli «S^S'S.^-= 5™*«! «!±£S ert went on to Estherville to call on Mr. Nichols, who a few days before had had an appendectomy at the Coleman hospital there. Robert's wife is a sistei of Mrs Flvnn Mitchell here. I'ttslor and Wife Touring— The Rev. and Mrs. Joseph B. Irwin, New Vernon, N. J., son Rob- ,. ivtl tilLt UCli/itl, fclllU his brother Stephen did the chores. Other Armstrong: News. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis" Halvorson, Blue Earth, and their infant son I homas Carl came last week Tuesday for the rest of the week at the Parental Car! Halvorson's. Curtis was having a vacation from an A. store. The Lawrence Sanclts and Mrs. , _.. . v . UW i t| i,. t,., jjjuji J.VUU- /r , rt, daughter Margaret, and Mrs 0 lle Lawi 'ence Sanclts and Mrs. rwin's brother, Galen Mellott, I „ s sistei- > Patricia Laing, of Hiawatha, Kans., with Mr. Irwin's! y ' retu rned last week Mon- mother, Mrs. Robert R. Irwin of |d . ay frora a week at Mr. Sandt's Armserong, left last week Monday l Slster Mrs ' M - Krapp's, James- for visits in the east. The Rev ! tow "' N - D ' Robert R. Irwin left some weeks e Harv ey Knutsons and Mr.' ago to visit relatives at Pittsburgh l nd Mrs - Martin Lund attended a and Washington, both in Pennsyl-• Knu , tso , n reuuion at Williams last vnnin nnrl Via n-r,i\ v,;« ...:*„ ,..,,i Week SuildaV. vania, and he and his wife will join the otheis in New Jersey and visit the daughters Eleanor, dieti- and Margaret, teacher at East Oi ange, N. J. ,, w <|ekSunday. , • Net t'eton, son Raymon, and Lulu and Viola were vis- Don't gamble with low-priced paint and varnish. The expense of apply- ins inferior products is the same as for dependable materials which last from two to four times looser and look so much better. Buy "P&L". 7 PRATT & LAM BERT J> PA INT AND VARNISH For the outside of the house, for the interior walls, floors and furniture, 1 there is a Pratt & Lambert paint or .tvarnish which insures the utmost in beauty, durability and economy. COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY GO, Ali'.s. Jack Halsey, Kansas City, is spending a week with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilfred Carlson. at Churchill Reunion One hundred thirteen people at tended the third annual reunion o the Churchill family at Bryl Hors well's last week SundaV. Six mem hers of the original family wer registered: Mrs. Eva Cairy, Al Kona; Mrs. Mary Felkey C Churchill, Mrs. Lily Rorswell, ,. A. Churchill, and Samuel Church ill, all of Armstrong. The Ear Slaters and Mr. and Mrs. Lloy( Gibbons, Algona, were among oth er persons in attendance. Hnilanils in Family Keunion— Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Braland, Mr and Mrs. Oscar Johnson, daughtei Mrs. Alva Burt. her husband, and Marilyn, Jos. Johnson, daughters Lorraine, Estherville, and Mrs Myrtle Henderson, Fairmont, Mr and Mrs. Sigurd K. Twedt, daughter Mrs. Glen Johnson, with her husband, Ledyard, attended a Braland reunion at Eagle Grove last week Sunday. Four Corners Mr. and Mrs. Uobinson, Mrs. Effie Robinson, Mrs. Earl Miller, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Cruik- shauk, .Mr. and Mrs. John McNeil, Mrs. Iva William, L. J. Lowman, all of Four Corners, with Mrs. Cora Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bj-iKtow, Burt, and Mrs. Estella Seip, irvington, attended the funeral of Marvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peru Huiing, Britt, Friday. The boy died Wednesday afternoon, following an operation for ruptured appendix. He was a patient at Mercy kospital, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Aeijelt Meyer, Mrs. A. J. Meyer Si:, and Mr. and Mrs. Lurhl Fessler, Ringsted, with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Alexander and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lowman, also attended. The lad was a nephew of Mrs. Meyer, Mrs. Lowman, Mrs. Fessler, ind Mrs. Alexander. The Four "xmiers club and local friends seat flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sloter and ^rank Newel have returned from 'he Dakotas, where they spent a veek, touring the Black Hills and he Bad Lands. Mrs. Ida Nickerson, who Imd >een with the Hultngs at Britt iace last week Monday night is —'-'-- there till September J. Mom-lies in Touring Tarty— Bernice Braland was lately at Dr. W. J, Morsch's, caring for the Morsch son Paul while Doctor and Mrs. Morsch spent' a few days in northern Minnesota and Wisconsin. The doctor's sister, Mrs. Keith Blair, Iowa City, the latter's husband, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mclntire Arm.storng, were also in the party. •psals Home from Coast— The Ted Opsals and Mrs. Opsai's THIS DX GAS has so much pick-up it actually jerks your head back Avlien you step on the accelerator! > -—Drive in!— Johnson's D-K SERVICE Phone 275, Algona Tike buat S HILTS Brownbilt Shoe Store GOOD/ LABOR DAY n DAYS 2- THE FIRST AT CURRENT LIST PRICE • • SECOND AT JOTICE! These ore NOT unsafe "bargain tires". AU ar. g Goodyear "farsta". At thew soring, you canTaflord to pa» up u "J£ " Y ! Uf dangerous old *"• You'll SAVE and b. No Charge for mounting. 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