The Upper Bes Moines-^epublican, August 20,1930 Wesky 'News Items Woden Woman Dies- Funeral services for Mrs. ftoelske Franssett Pommer, who died of heart dtesase Friday at her home in Woden, were held Monday at one-thirty p. m. at the German Reform church, Rev. D. Meyer, local pastor and Rev. Hen* ry Rruse of Woden had charge of the services. Burial was made in the church cemetery beside the remains of her husband who preceded her In death in 1906. Mrs. Pommer was born in Germany and was, at the time of her death, eighty-five years, ten months and twenty-three days old. 'The family came to Hancock county from Ackley hi 1906, and had won the friendship and high esteem of all who had come in contact with her. She leaves to mourn, two sons, George of Wesley and Frank'of Woden; three daughters, Mrs. Anne Jensen and Carrie Pommer of Woden and Mrs. Tracy Redlnlus of Britt. Visit In Wesley- Fred Burrell, Mr. and Mrs. Orln Burrell, Lola and Myrha Burrell of TJr- bana came Saturday for an over Sunday visit at the A. M. Lease home. Mrs. Lease is a daughter of Fred Burrell. Lola, who taught in Algona several years ago, and attended Columbia University in New York City the past year, will be located in Rochester, New York, the coming year as school sociologist. She will have her office down town, but will be connected with a new school opening this fall where 4,000 children are enrolled. Orln Burrell is professor of accounting at the State University of Oregon at Eugene and Myrna holds a position as instructor in the fourth and fifth grades at Lakeview, Iowa. Visits in Wesley- Rev, and Mrs. H. E. Whyte, his father of'Lone Rock and her brother, Clyde Moore of Klemme, called on numerous friends here Saturday. Rev. Whyte reports the new church as coming along nicely and will be dedicated this fall before conference convenes. During his absence at the Northwest Bible conference a week ago, services were conducted by a young man of the congregation, whose ambition is to become a minister. An Epworth League member had charge of the singing and conducted a choir of (sixteen members in town and fourteen members in the country. One Hundredth Anniversary— Mr. and Mrs. De Spence of Fort Worth, Texas, left Thursday morning for southeastern Iowa to visit relatives. From there they expect to go to Peoria, Illinois, to jyisit his parents and to be present at the one hundredth anniversary of Livingston county. The first settlers of the county were descendants of Mr. Bentley and a bronze tablet will be unveiled hi their honor at Falrbury on Saturday, August 23. It is expected that 'a large gathering will be present. Birthday Picnic— > Thirty-seven relatives > and friends of Mrs. Carl Hanson gathered at the Hanson home Sunday to remind her that she had reached another milestone in her life. A picnic dinner was brought by the guests and enjoyed on the lawn. Besides members of the Carl Hanson family there were others in attendance, which included, Mr, and Mrs. Howard Flathers of Welton, Mississippi, Marie Harris, the H. Mi Han* son and Fred Dlekmann families. Family Reunion— A family reunion of the A. A. Studer children was held at the Lou Schleusner home at Garner Sunday. Both dinner and supper were enjoyed by the thirty-four relatives who were present and which included! Mr. and Mrs. John McCluskey of Corvallis, Oregon, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bohn of Jackson, Minnesota; Miss Lillian Studer of Mason City;- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Studer, Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer and families of Wesley. Is Car Foreman- Mr, and Mrs. Rudolph Kilian and three children who have been here the past two weeks, returned Friday night to Cleveland, Ohio, after a stay with, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kilian. For the past eight years he has been employed by the Nickel Plate railroad and at present is car foreman in the motor power department. Had Chest Hurt- Albert Monson suffered a hemorrhage of trie left lung Saturday nighl which has left him confined to his bed and under the care of a doctor. A few days before while uncrating a new gas pump at the Phillips Petroleum oil station, which he operates, a board was knocked loose and it struck him In the chest. It is thought this was the direct cause of the trouble. Returns Home- Rev, and Mrs. Okko Peters and four children returned to their home at Warsaw, • Illinois, Thursday after a week's visit spent here with his brother, Christian Peters. Rev. Peters has had charge of a parish near his home since his removal to Illinois and his daughter, Mildred, is employed as an auditor of books at the Baker Medicine Company in Keokuk. Has Luncheon— Miss Lucille'Kunz entertained a group of her former school mates at a one o'clock luncheon last Wednesday. The party of girls included Audre Koepke, Kathryn and Phyllis Cruise, Irma Dee, Mildred and Virginia Benton, Margaret and Grace Looft. Lucille left Monday for Carroll to resume tier duties as a nurse after a week at home. New 'Great Grandchild— Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Giddings received word Thursday night from then- daughter, Mrs. Wayne Swinton, .at Galesburg, Illinois, announcing ( the birth of a baby boy that .day.,, .Mrs. Swinton was formerly Heleri;Glddings. The* baby was named- Stanley/, Quen: ' * f . 1 »l.v * \. Notional AIR SHOW AIR RACES 8 Days and Nights S EE the $100,000 Guggenheim "safety" plane, the 300-mHe-an-hour Travelair "Mystery" ship, the gigantic Curtiss Condor, the original St Louis "Robin" in refueling demonstrations —gliders looping the loop—record-smashing »ir races with internationally famous pilots .., These are just a few of the headllners in the huge National Air Show—one of the largest shows ever seen in the west—a dally feature at the Iowa State Pair, Never before such an army of entertainment, for eight continuous day* and nights ... Horse racing, auto racing, "The Awakening" —America's most colossal open-air spectacle, fifteen big circus features, forty carloads of midway snows, Kryl and His Band, Society Horse Shows. 100-acre Free Camp . . . 300 acres of exhibits, 6,000 head of livestock, hundreds of grain, produce and farm bureau project displays, National Gladiolus Show, America's largest Boys and Girls 4-H Club Show, 40-acre .farm equipment show, auto' show,-radio show, $142,000 in cash prizes. Plan now fof a perfect holiday at thti great" eil of all State Fain. The fineit outing you can give the .family tliii year—anywhere, or at any coil. Don't min it, Iowa State Fair <luq 20*29 Des Moines tin and is the twenty-third great grandchild of W. P. Giddings. to fake Nurses' Course— Miss Gladys Haverly, who has been visiting at the Lbii Schleusner home at Garner, returned home Friday. Her siteet), Dorothy, is at home from Bttrt, where she was employed at the J. F. Fuch residence. She expects to enter a hospital at Fort Dodge about September first to take a course hi nurses' training. Mr. and'Mrs. Charles Murphy drove to Mason City Sunday to spend the day. Mrs. Axel Johnson land daughter, Edna, were guests at the Frank Johnson home Sunday. Miss Audra Benton and a girl friend from Owatonna, Minnesota, spent the week end with her parents here. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Monson and children of Garner were Sunday guests at the Albert Monson home. Mrs. Dan Klmes of Fontanelle Is here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nelson. She was formerly Nora Nelson. Mrs, Elizabeth Lemkee ofl Algona Visted from Wednesday until Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. J. T. Meurer and family. Miss Emma Studer left Monday for Prairie du Chlen,, Wisconsin, to be present, at a three days' retreat for Catholic women. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Olsen and then- daughter, Ardeen of Algona, were the guests at the home of his brother, E. M. Olson Sunday. Rudolph Hauptmann of Chicago Came Saturday for a brief vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hauptmann. Mr. and Mrs. • Arlo Dawson entertained at dinner Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. O. Nelson of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode. Mrs. Fred Lftwler, Gerald, Dale and Anna Mae, came Thursday night from Marshalltown for a week's visit at the John Hutchison home. Miss Luella McPherson and Mrs. Oscar Erickson left Sunday for Rochester to "interview a specialist in regard to the health of Miss McPherson. Mrs. H. H. Schutter left Tuesday for Lakota to spend a few weeks visiting with friends. Mrs. Schutter lived in Lakota about fifteen years ago. Miss Ardell Hauptmann of Corwlth spent from Wednesday until Sunday with her grandmother and grandfather, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hauptmann. Mr. Sweet, who operated a garage where Mr. Landers is now; located, called on friends here last week. He is now,located at Spencer hi a garage. Paul Engen, second man at the cooperative creamery enjoyed an over Sunday visit with his parents, Butter-' maker and Mrs. H. P. Engen, at Fer-' 'Miss Elizabeth Hauptmann is enjoying a -week's vacation ,j[rbm her duties as 'clerk at the A .M/Kunz store. Missslvyl 'Marie Kunz s wjU, take her Good News II Landed Here Last Friday. Good News Ii, the big Stlnson De- troiter plane, belonging to the Des Molnes Register & Tribune, landed in Algona last Friday morning. It was piloted by Charles Gatschet and hurt two reporters from the Des Monies papers as passengers. The reporters were on their way to cover the big Indian bay celebration at Titonka. After taking up a few passengers the plane flew to Emmetsburg with His Honor Mayor Ogren and Harry Godden as passengers. The reporters went up to Titonka by car as there is no landing field there. The plane landed. in the field to the west of the local airport as the pilot claimed the port was not long enough for the plane to take oil. Mrs. Paul Roskopf and son, John, of Marshalltown, spent Sunday with her sister-in-law;, Mrs. Matft Laux, during the day. Other members of the family who were home were Mr. and Mrs. Tony Seller and family of Sexton, Mr. and Mite. Henry Haverly a/id Mr. and Mrs. August Carman and families of Wesley. Miss Edith Welter, Virginia, Irma Dee and Mildred Benton left Wednesday for Lake Okobojl, where they will spend a week at a cottage there. Edith is having a week's vacation from her duties at the farm bureau office in Algona; Irma Dee Is home for three weeks from Minneapolis and Mildred and Virginia" are at home for the summer. Mrs. John Looft, Sr., and daughter Edith, of Ledyard were guests at the Fred Looft home Sunday. In the afternoon they drove to Forest City to witness the Indian pow-wow held in connection with the Diamond Jubilee celebration there. Edith has resigned her position at St. Louis and will register as a nurtee at a Des Moines hospital in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. John McCluskey ol Corvallls, Oregon, visited here several days the past week with her brothers, Alt and Jack Studer, and her uncle, Nathan Studer and families. Mrs, McCluskey, was formerly Miss Agnes Studer. Her husband is a professor in the school system at Corvallis and before their return to the west, they will visit with relatives at Manly and Dubuque. Mrs. Kelley, nee Verna Carmody, and husband of Eldora, together with hnr mother, stopped here briefly on Wednesday to greet friends she had met on several occasions while visiting her brother, Dr. Carmody. They drove out to the cemetery grotto here before going on to West Bend to see Father Dobberstein's masterpiece.' Dr. Carmody and family are now located at Danville, Illinois, and Mrs. Kelly reported them to be well and prosperous. --5 The ;>test'arrival here in'ithe Infant gorld-lB?-* son born Thursday evening jimjfcf^enWw^te' ROYAL PURPLE for your PROTECTION This - color stands for purified Keystone Copper Steej construction, backed by a 99* guarantee against ground waters and. Ing animate, TJwfc when you, $e« a „ „ Ufpte y*w'-ft! $f ssmstgr^ you ijjgy sure that she utmost in burial protection been (wwm-, All pysktaf ar^peethe.rsrfsyrrroyftj, .fsryauri Mr. and Mrs.',Lawrence Ricke and baby son 'of Williams spent from Friday until Sunday at the Henry Ricke,' Chas.- Froehlich and Eugene Huber lomes, ', \ '-4. Mrs. John Ormsby return to Forest Jity Sunday to continue caring for her brother, Leo McCrodden, who has been seriously ill for six weeks following a sunstroke. Mrs. William Henderson and son,' James drove to Fort Dodge Saturday o consult medical authorities in regard to James' eyes which have been [iving him serious trouble of late.. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Haynes and children, who have been here vlsit- ng at the P. O. Haynes and Mrs. N. E. Hanson homes, left Wednesday morning for their, home in Las Vegas, New Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ward returned home Tuesday from Rochester, where they have been nearly a month n the interest of Mr. Ward's health. He is some better and was able to drive his car home. Alfred Nelson completed his thresh- ng run Saturday and reports on out- >ut of 37,000 bushels of oats in the ;hirteen anti a half days. A sprinkle of rain was about the only drawback during the whole run. The Missionary association of Catholic women commenced their work on Tuesday after a vacation during the summer months. The meetings will ;ake place every two weeks in the rooms over Kunz's store. Mrs. Oscar Erickson, Forrest and Evelyn of Elmhurst, Illinois, came on Thursday to visit at the Arabella and Luella McPherson home. The two children expect to remain here with their aunts and attend public school as usual. The public school building is being put in readiness for the opening of school which takes place September Irst. Swan Monson, who has been the lanitor for many years, commenced ast week to wash windows and woodwork and to scrub the floors. Mrs. Francis Hills, Mrs. Elmer Fairbanks' and Delores of Racine, Wisconsin, came Sunday for a week's visit with their silster, Mrs. George Ward. On Monday the three sisters drove to Blue Earth to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Schemmel. Mrs. Bertha Looft, Margaret, Grace, and Johnette were guests at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Wordle at Vincent Sunday. Margaret remained for a few days' visit and on Tuesday Mrs. Looft expects to go to Vincent to witness the marriage of Joyce Wordle, which will take place that day. Mr. and Mrs. George Aldrioh took her sister, Miss Audre Koepke to Mason City Friday, where she visited a few days with her school girl friend, Lillian Studer, who Is cashier at the Hanford Hotel. Miss Koepke left on Sunday for JSlnneapolis to resume her duties as stenographer and court reporter. ' Miss Margaret Franzen-Hanson of Austin, Minnesota, came Sunday for a week.'s visit at the jipw o| bey un- pie, carl Fratwen. Margaret was --•ad bv her Grandmother. s*w wff jww-s B w w^yww^ i ,, v .„ hjr djatb hfta Dorcella Jensen spent the week end with her friend, Alice Nagel of Swea City, ,Mrs. Harly Hoeck has been to" Excelsior •Springs, Missouri, since Jast through the clinic, .yt their old Mr. 1 and Mrs. Peter Hansen, of Graettinger. 'Mrfe*. Lawrence Saxton and son, Ellis, of Spirit Lake are visiting at the home of Mrs. Saxton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Osborn. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Halverson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Anderson attended the 'wedding of their cousin, Myrtle Hall of Clear Lake recently. Mr. and Mrs. John Schneider spent the week end at Fort Dodge visiting at the J. E. Scully home. They attended Ringllng Brothers' circus on Monday. Misses Sadie and LuElla Potter of Algona were Seneca visitors Thursday afternoon. They called especially to see Bernard Jensen,"who is recovering from an appendicitis operation. Verno Jensen and Lyle Osborn motored to Waterloo Saturday to get the .atter's brother, Leister, who has been attending. Gates Commercial College. He is home for a three weeks' vacation. The members of the Jensen-Wilberg threshing crew and their families were entertained Friday night at the August Nelson home. Refreshments consisting of ice cream and cake were served to all. Doris Larsen has been spending a week with her friend, Winifred Scully, at Fort Dodge. When the Scullys brought Doris home, Melvin Larson returned home with them to visit with Edward Scully. Mr. and Mrs. George Jensen and children and Mr, Appelt and daughter, Thelma and son, WUlard, all of Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. August Nielsen were Sunday dinner guests at the Mlllen Jensen home. Mrs eJ.nnie Jensen and son, Ralph attended the Swea City Lutheran church Sunday night for the installation of the new minister, Rev. San- denow. He was installed by Rev. Mothree of Estherville. The John Osborns entertained as dinner guepts Sunday the following: Mr. and Mrs. H, B. Mason of Algona; Mrs. Tyrrell and daughter of Britt; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brown and sons, Wilfred and Melvin of Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn and Mrs. Jennie Jensen and son, Ralph. THERE IS A REASON The following clipped from the editorial page of a recent Des Moines Register is a better ad than we can write. Read and think it over. 'Nough said: Sales Position of 20 Leading Passenger Cars First Four Months 1930 and 1929 FROM FINANCIAL WORLD Registrations Percentage of Total MAKE— 1930 1929 1930 1929 FORD 428,242 411,045 41.0 31.4 Chevrolet 253,399 263,144 24.3 20.0 Buick 34,866 47,792 3.8 3.6 Pontiac 30,751 59,134 2.9 4.5 Essex 30,439 79,142 2.9 6.0 Dodge 27,284 42,985 2.6 3.2 Oldsmobile 21,737 31,794 2.1 2.4 Chrysler 20,693 27,377 2.0 2.0 Studebaker 19,547 29,293 1.8 2.2 Nash 17,635 39,264 1.7 2.9 Plymouth 16,133 24,643 1.5 1.8 De Soto 14,967 18,926 1.4 1.4 Hudson 13",780 23,225 1.3 2.2 Willys 13,234 1.2 Grr&liam , 11,158 20,672 1.1 1.5 Hupmobile 10,268 12,977 1.0 1.0 Durant , —_ 9,521 16,837 0.9 1.2 Oakland 9,462 42,811 0.9 ,0.9 Whippet 9,250 73,514 0.8 5.6 Packard 8,858 14,148 0.8 1.1 Ranking Position 1930 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 1929 1 2 6 5 3 7 9 11 10 8 12 15 13 15 17 16 20 4 18 THERE IS A REASON TUB NEW FOUU TUDOIl SEDAN In 1929 there were 1,533,522 Model A Ford Cars sold as againbt 940, 973 by the nearest competitor—There is a reason why 592,697 more people (over a half million) preferred the FORD to all other makes of cars. You should investigate that reason before buying a car. In the first four months of 1930 the Ford model A car is the only car that did not show a decrease in sales over the same period of 1929 out of the twenty leading makes. Ford showed an increase of 17,207 over the same period a year ago. The nearest competitor showed a loss of 9,745. THERE IS A EEASON why THE FORD increases its sales while the other leading twenty makes show a decrease. Can you afford to ignore that reason 1 ? A Model A Ford engine is now being used in airplanes. If good enough to fly with, isn't it good enough for you to ride behind"? Come in, look over our big stock of the latest colors and models, and ask for a demonstration. Kent Motor Co. Sales and Service POUR CORNER NEWS. 8 L i&x&yaixxm^ Harry Potter and family spent Sunday at the Lloyd Potter home. Harry and Lloyd are brothers. The Carl Seip family spent Sunday 8t the Clyde Bristow home near Burt Mrs. Seip and Clyde are sister and brother. Miss Mildred Robinson went to Spencer Saturday morning to visit for a. time with her grandparents ,Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Robinson, also to visit with friends. Evelyn Nlekerson returned home last week Thursday after spending about a week with few sister, Mrs. Lurhl Fesa- l*r' new JMngeteti. The Fesslers had $jresj&er§ tfee fore part of the week. forty-five members of the Four yautig, people's organisation aj> the home of Irene, Maxine and Hazel Mitchell Friday evening. Games and contests furnished entertainment on the lawn. Lunch was served late in the evening. The Four Corner Mother^ and Daughters club will meet this week on Thursday with Mrs. Noble Mitchell. Roll call will be answered by "Dress and Diet for School Children." A paper entitled. "The Harbor and Ellis Island" is to be given by Pearl Walker. LEDYARD NEWS. Jake Freeh of Algona was transacting business here- Monday. P. J. Helken of Swea City was a business caller here Monday. Several families from here attended Indian Day at Titonka Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Halverson and children spent Sunday with relatives at Frost. were calling on friends here Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Welmer and son were callers at Mason City Wednesday afternoon. L. J. Worden and Walter Dutton were business callers at Lakota on Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mason and children of Algona spent Sunday at the George Thompson home. , Mr, and Mrs. Kramer and children of Webster City spent Sunday at the J. W. Hartshorn home. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dutton of Algona spent Tuesday afternoon at the Ed. Campbell home here. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Coleman and children 1 of Algona spent Sunday at the O. O. Engelby home here. Mrs. Ross Coleman of Algona spent Tuesday afternoon here visiting with her sister, Mrs. O. O. Engelby. Mrs. Ed. Halverson and daughters spent Thursday afternoon at the Ches- ter Johnson home west of town. The M. E. Ladles' Aid will meet at the church basement Thursday afternoon. A picnic lunch will be served. Miss Elizabeth Coleman of Algona spent last week here visiting her aunts Mrs. J. W. Hartshorn and Mrs. Clifton Engelby. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Worden and son and Mr. and Mrs. c. E. Campbell spent Friday evening at the Eugene Worden home near Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. Lauritzen are moving into the Wm. Eehse home this week. Mr. Lauritzen is the new superintendent of schools here. The M. E. Ladies' Aid held a bake sale at the Brach store Saturday evening. The proceeds of the sale amounted to about seventeen dollars. Mrs. Grace Miller of Oxford and J. B. Worden of Algona spent Wed* nesday and Thursday of last week the L. J. Worden home here. MWer is a efcter of i Mr- WoMen, :i..
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