Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1931 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 2, 1931
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PAGB TWO OQttMW AftVAttdtt. ALQON Sewer Pipe Believing in making our stock of building materials just as complete as possible we are just unloading a car of sewer pipe. We carry a complete line of washed sand, cement, mortar-mix, brick and building blocks. Now is the time to repair your leaky roofs or do the odd jobs before spring work opens up. IMPROVE YOUR HOME F. S. Norton & Son PHONE 229 Spring Footwear Spring is here! . . . And so are our newest shoe fashions! Light colors in Sea Sand and Putty are the leaders. There's beauty in the- new Spring styles. .. and delightfully pleasing because of the New Low Prices. "We are pleased to show them" SHOES A1VD HOSIERY At Moderate Prices Perhaps you wanted a new car this Spring, but economic conditions prevented that. Well, the next best thing to do is to bring your auto to us, let us give it the expert "once over" and then we'll estimate on any repair work that may be necessary. You'll find costs quite reasonable here. Four Used Car Specials Dodge Sedan Buick Master Sedan Ford Tudor Chevrolet Sport Coupe KOHLHAAS BROS. Phone 200. A New Automobile Insurance Service Announced by KOSSUTH COUNTY MOTOR CLUB Realizing the public demand for a more complete service in automobile insurance we have organized the KOSSUTH COUNTY MOTOR CLUB OF IOWA for the purpose of furnishing each and every automobile liability and property damage policy holder of our agency with a membership certificate granting the following benefits and privileges$1,000 I'EUSO.NAL ACCIDENT INSURANCE — Pays you in case you are hurt in an automobile accident AUTOMOBILE TOWINU COVEHAOE —Reimburses you in case your car has to be towed to a garage. BAIL BOND SEK VICE-T-Furnishes bond in event of traffic rulo violation. LEGAL ADVICE—Complete information given on all legal problems regarding your car. COMPLETE ItOAI) MAP SEHVICE — Up-to-date maps available to all members free. ACCIDENT ItEI'OUT SEHYICE—Reimburses you for all phone or wire expense in reporting claims KADIATOB PLATE AND IDENTIFICATION CARD— Metal tag furnished for car, together with proper identification card. UEMEMBEB—The above protection and membership Is given to you through our agency with your Automobile Lla- bllity and Property Damage Policy. There is no additional cost for tills service. Our rates on all light four and six cylinder cars Ber year, $13.00. On heavier cars, $16.50 per year. Also very low rates on fire, theft, and collision insurance. Can bo written all in one policy or separate. DON'T WAIT UNTIL IT IS TOO 1ATE— MAKE YOUB AUTOMOBILE INSUEANCE UP-TO-DATE by insuring with — THE — Algona Insurance Agency Phone 55 C. E. la Barre (1st door north Iowa St. Bk) Al FalkenUaJner WHITTEMORE MAN DIES AT BLUE EARTH Whittemore, March 31 — John Joachim Daniel Krohnberg died at ils daughter.Mrs. Henry F. Bell's at Blue Earth lost week Monday. He was the oldest member of St. Paul's Lutheran church here, having signed the constitution of- the congregation in 1893. Mr. Krohnberg was born May 23, 1,835, at Boldebuck, Mecklenburg- Schwerln, Gerniany. His father was Christian Krohnberg; his mother Sophia Errhahn. He was married In Germany, October 10, 1S67 to Minnie Schultz, and the same year they came to the United States and settled at Lockport, 111. In 1'893 the family cnme to Iowa and located on farm south ot Whittemore. Mrs. Krohnberg died May 19, 1S>04, xnd since then Mr. Krohnberg had made his home turn about with his children. Death came after a short illness, [it the age of 95 years and ten months. He is survived by three children: Mrs. Bell; Mrs. C. C. Baas, south of Whittemore; and Henry Krohnberg, Wells, Minn. Fred Selfert, an adopted son, IS grandchildren, and 13 great-grandchildren also survive. The body was brought to Whittemore_for burial last week Wednesday, and funeral services were conducted by the Rev. William Faulstich, of St. Paul's church, 'interment was made in the St. Paul's cemetery, beside the grave of his wife. Pall bearers were the grandsons, Walter and George Bell, Guckeen, Minn.; Elvin Baas. West Bend; George Baas, Whittemore; and Edward and John Krohnberg, Wells. Out of town relatives who attended the funeral were John and Harry Bell, Mapleton, Minn.; Charles and Ferdinand Schultz, Forest City, Harold Baas, of George; and the William Vaudts, Livermore. Mrs. Ursula Ebert 88 Mar. 25— Mrs. Ursula Ebert celebrated'her SSth birthday March 25. She lives with her son Carl, southeast of town. Mrs. Ebert was born at Alexander, Ohio, March 17, 1S53. Her family moved to Illinois when she was a young woman, and there sUe met Mr. Ebert, to whom she was soon married. Mr. Ebert first came to Kossuth alone and took up a homestead where Lone Rock is now located. In addition to the homestead he bought 160 acres of land at a dollar an acre. Later he sold this land, relinquished his SO, and moved a few miles south. This was in 1SG6, and his son Carl now lives on an eighty he obtained then. Mrs. Ebert did not join her husband here till 18GS. Mr. Ebert died a good many years ago. Class of 14 is Confirmed— A class of 14 was confirmed Sunday at St. Paul's Lutheran church, which was beautifully decorated with flowers. The Rev. William Faulstich, pastor, conducted the ceremonies. The class consisted of nine girls and five boys; Dorothj Heidenwith, Lillian Kuecker, Al vera Behnke, Ruth Vaudt, June Wehrspan, Elda Struecker, Matilda Wagner, Loretta Heldt, Delores Kloock, Wilbur Roeber, William Hanover, Rudolph Hahn, Walter Lenz and Rudolph Rode, , B. Players Return Sunday— Supt. F. J. Rochford, coach, anc lary D. Schilz, chaperon, brougW he Whittemor© girls' basketbal earn home from Des Moines Sunday fternoon. The girls feel that Whit emore has the best team in the tate, believing that the game witV Centerville was lost only because the tar forward, Ruth Carlisle, had ieen sick with the flu three weeks nd wasn't able to play during mori nan a quarter ol the game. RONG AND WHERE? THERE ARE li MISTAKES IN THIS PICTURS How good are you at finding mistakes? The artist has Intentionally made several obvious ones In drawing the above picture. Some of them are easily discovered, others may be hard. See how long It will take YOU to find them. girls in a state basketball tournament. Mrs. Ohm hns moved from the venne house to the H. S. Dailey louse, and the Herman Maahs fam- ly from that house to a home recently vacated by the Maurice Cul- ens. The Henry Scheppmans, south- cast of Algona, attended Lenten services at the Lutheran church here ast week Wednesday evening. They 'ormerly lived northwest of town. The Maurice Mallorys spent Sun- lay at Jolley, and were accompan- ed home by Mrs. Mallory's sister. Marie. Herbert and Erwin Braatz and Marie and Elizabeth Leifermann, of Minnesota Lake, Minn., spent Sunday at the Louis Braatz home. A girl was born last Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Connie Doyle. She weighed only 4% pounds. Fred Baumgartner, clerk at the Zumach meat market, spent the week-end at Dumont. Delores Finnell, teacher at Rock Falls, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Finnell. Peter Mergen has been laid up a week by blood-poisoning- in a hand. Irene Rooney, Eagle Grove, spent Sunday at Phil Cullen's. Verdell Lauritzen has been sick with the flu.' Fred Wgener has been sick a week or more with lumbago. he left her getting along well., Mr. Pratt found lots of snow on his way home. Surprise for Mrs. Gco. C. Hniinn— Mrs. Maude Hanria, son Charles, and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Schenck attended a birthday surprise gathering at eGo. C. Hanna's, Lone Rock, Friday evening, it being Mrs. Hanna'a birthday. The evening was spent at 500 at five tables. . Mr. and Mrs. Schenck won the h.igh score; Mr. and Mrs. E. Laabs the consolation. Mrs. Myron Schenck Improving— Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Schenck drove to Blue Earth, Minn., Friday to meet and bring home Mrs. Alice Anderson, Bancroft, who had been Bearing for Mr. Schenck's mother at Minneapolis for several weeks. Mrs. Larson fliinMay by goWrf.tp h«r to help" h*r celebrate a Wrthday. , Th/J. P. Trunkhlllfl 'and Mrs. H. A. Thompson went tb Cedar Rapids Friday and Saturday brought home Iva Trunkhlll and Helen Thompson, students at Coe college. Iva W a senior, Helen ft freshman. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Glddlnga daughters -Nina and Zola, nnd Mrs Fred Rlnfrsdorf visited W. P. dings at Wesley Sunday. He Is Mr, Giddlngs' and ; Mrs. Ringsdorf's father. ,Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Williams, L. E. Llnnan, and June Corey, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kunz, Wesley were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Dr. W. T. Peters home. J. T. Heaney, cashier of the new bank, took his wife to Blue Earth Monday morning and thence she took a trnin for Prescott, Wls, for a c'ouple of weeks with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. T.. Graham, son Robert, Mrs. Marguerite Graham and the latter's little daughter, all oC Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at Raymond Housour's. The George and Charles Larsen, Raymond Krantz, and Cliff Hoover families went to A. V. Larson's, Algona, Sunday evening to help Mr. Larson celebrate a birthday. Ruth Hodgson, who was operated on for appendicitis at her home here last week Tuesday morning, was cared for by Nurse Ellen, Carlson, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kircher, Eagle Grove, were here lost week Tuesday. They recently sold their Burt home to Mike Boer. Mr. and MrS. J. D. Graham are parents of a daughter, Helen Marie born last week Wednesday. There are three other daughters and six sons. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Volentlne entertained at a "health supper" served by O. G. Stow, aluminum demonstrator, last Thursday evening. Mrs. W. T. Peters has gone to Des Moines to visit her cousin, Julia Bourne, who wdrks for the Meredith Publishing Co. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Puta are parents of a daughter, Marcetlle May, born Saturday. They have one other daughter. Mrs. H. S. Van Vranken spent last Thursday and Friday with her mother at Story City. Mrs. W. F. Main, Cedar Rapids, recently visited her daughter, Mrs. J. G. Clnpsaddle. Hattie Warda went to Minneapolis the end of last week for a few days vacation. W. J. Davison has been confined to his home more tnan a week with qulnzy. WHEN IT RAINS-IT FOURS Durham* Duplex Blades are tested with Extra Precaution AFTER tHe long, keenl *X ham-DuplexBladeae thru our manufacturing] ess(with examinations at« 8tage).they're 98% perfect,! then each blade must passfl strict Hair Test and a i sight test by skilled < This extra precaution is t not to discover the 98% L blades, but to insure against the other 2%. That'swhy 12,000,000 menjoinu declaring these wonderful ] Duplex Blades 100% perfect/ Durham-Duplex Sight TMt Ai. URHAMB-" c theBlade$ e Min Swear Qy» Schenck is Improving rapidly lowing a major operation. fol- SERVICES FOR AGED WOMAN HELD AT BURT irwin KuecUer in Accident— Henry Kuecker's son Erwin was n an automobile accident a week go Sunday night. He was driving lome at a point west of Emmetsburg ind his lights went out. He applied he brakes, and the car swerved in- .o a guard rail. The fenders, wheels, •unning board, and front axel were radly damaged. Erwin was accompanied by Arthur Nelson and one of he Fish boys. None o£ them was lurt. R. C. Braatz Homo from Coast— R. C. Braatz and his nephew, Walter Zabel, arrived Saturday from California, where they had spent two veeks with the former's brother-in- aw, E. O. Heber. Robert also visited many old friends from Iowa, including the William Radigs at Pas- idena, the Swansons, the Holdridges, he Brunners, and the Rev. Lawrence Faulstich. At Colorado Springs he visited at the Henry Jentz home, Mrs. Jentz being his cousin. Clarion Family to Move Here Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schumacher, Clarion, were Whittemore visitors last week. .Mrs. Schumacher is a sister of Michael /Thu}, south of town. The Schumachers plan to move here soon and take over the Mid-Continent oil station. There are two small boys in the family. Academy Janitor House Sold Otto Esser has bought the house formerly occupied by the janitor of Presentation academy and has moved it to a lot in the west part of town. Mr Esser lost a house by fire two weeks ago. Mrs. BelmUe Loses Brothcr-in-Law Mrs. Henry w. Behnke left for Hinsdale, 111., Monday night to attend the funeral of her brother-in- law, Otto Jung. The cause of death was ruptured appendix. Mrs. Jung is Mrs. Behnke's oldest sister. Ruth Balgeman Reported Sick- Supervisor and Mrs. F. J. Balge man were called to Gushing Mon day by news that their daughter Ruth, who teaches there, was sick Grandma Ebert Falls; Unhurt- Grandma Ebert suffered a fal Saturday morning while she was reaching for something. She wasn,' hurt much. Arm is Broken in Fall- Mrs. Thos. Kettelson recently fel down cellar and fractured an arm She was formerly Matilda Baas Other Whittemore. Mrs. F. w. Rochford, wife of the local public schools superintendent left last week Wednesday by rail fo; New Hampton and thence went tc Des Moines to join her husband, whc was coaching the local high schoo Burt, Mar. 31 — Funeral services for Mrs. Matilda Pommerening, who died at her home here a week ago Sunday, were held at the Lutheran church last week Wednesday, the Rev. L. Richmann officiating. Burial was made in the local cemetery. Mrs. Pommerenlng was born in Germany, September 11, tti854, and was married there to August Pom- meroning. They came to America about 1880, and settled in Kossuth, moving to Burt a number of years ago. Mr. Pommerening died here. Mrs. Pommerening is survived by three sons, Richard and Otto, Warroad, Minn., Charles, Algona, and wo daughters, Mrs. Charles Miller, Ortonville, Minn., and Mrs. William Freese, Hartwick. She also leaves 0 grandchildren and six great- ;randchildren. Legion and .Auxiliary Meet— The Legion post and the Auxiliary held a regular meeting at the Legon hall last week Wednesday night, \lesdames C. C. Smith, Charles Scott, and C. H. Schraeder, hos esses. Mrs. Schenck gave a re Jort of an annual conference of iresidents and secretaries at Des Uoines February 23 which she attended as delegate from the local Auxiliary. The Auxiliary is meet- ng this week Tuesday afternoon for •sewing a t Mrs. J. Christensen's. Donations of infants' clothing are de sired, and new garments are also being made, all to be sent to headquarters for distribution. Union M. & 1). Club Meets— The Union Mothers and Dauglv ters .club met at Mrs. L. H Schenck's last Thursday afternoon; Mrs. I. w. Winkle, assistant hostess. Thirty members enjoyed a musical program: piano solo, Mrs. P. F. Kriethe; violin duet, Maxine Schenck and Dorothy Brooke, accompanied by Mrs. Schenck; Music and How it is Composed, assisted by Raemond Koestler and Maybelle Gray. After a business meeting the hostesses served lunch. Mrs. Maude Hanna, iWIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlim County S. S. Directors Meet— The directors of the county Sunday school association- held a business meeting at the Rev. J. E. Clifton's Friday afternoon. The Rev. J. T. Snyder and Mrs. William Wels- brod, Fenton, and C. L. Dlttmer, Good Hope, attended . Roy Olloms to Armstrong— The Roy Olloms have moved to Armstrong where Mr. Ollom will work on paving. The H. A. Gettman family, Buffalo Center, have moved into the Ollom .house. Children's Tonsils Are Removed— Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle removed the tonsils of two children of the John Schultzes, irvlngton, Monday morn ing. Other Burt, Mrs. J. H. Whalen, McNabb, 111., arrived Sunday for an extended visit with her son C. F. Whalen, Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Fulmer, Lu Verne, Min., were week-end guests at the Whalen nome. They are Mr. Whalen's uncle and aunt. The Henry Reimers family, Fenton, the Roy Reimers family, Ringsted, and Agatha Caughlin, Algona, visited Sunday at the J. G. Ger- hardjs. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reimers are Mrs. Gerhard's parents, and Roy is her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Hanna, Lone Rock, son Everett, and daughters Myrtle and Pearl were Sunday guests at L. H. Schenck's. Pearl is at home on vacation from her school duties at Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Mrs. J, H. Graham and her son Al. Ian went to Webster City last week Wednesday, Mrs. Graham having been called there by word of the illness of her aged father. They remained over the week-end. The E. C. gigsbees, Mrs. John Dittmer, daughter Josephine, the Albert Granzows, Algona, and the Ray Bierstedts surprised Mrs. Charles By. Unanimous. Consent Mrs. I. w. Hansen, Peters, and Mrs. R. guests. Mrs W. T. Tlmmel were District CominiUwHvoinan Here— A county contact Farm Bureau woman's meeting with the new district commltteewoman, Mrs. W. H. Jacobs, Forest City, was held in the Legion hall last week Wednesday. A number of things were discussed, among them • co-operative marketing. Resolutions passed at a state meeting at Des Moines were reviewed. The meeting was an all-day meeting with a picnic dinner at noon. Township chairmen and lo< caj leaders were in attendance. Marllda Pratt Appendix Removea F. L. Pratt returned Sunday.-from Rockford, 111., where he was called last week Monday by the illness of his daughter Marilda, student .at Rockford college, she was operated on lor appendicitis #t the Rockford hospital last week WednesOay, a The MAN Who Carries Your Troubles Away . . . The Kirsch Laundry Man . . .who makes Wash Day a holiday... saves you money.. .and then delivers fresh, white clothes for the whole happy family. Kirsch Laundry Phone 867, Thorington Street, Opposite Courthouse. I Yes-Twice as Good I Dairy Maid Bread | and Made I With Double Milk g Didn't you know we use milk in bread? Well, we do, and plenty of it | rich, pasteurized milk that makes strong, healthy boys and girls. !J And flour—not just any kind, but a specially selected, short-patent flour, a g from the very heart of the wheat berry, always the same quality, g Don't be deceived into buying cheap bread. Cheap bread cheats boys and I m and is not worth the price you pay for it. Compare the way pur bread toasts the way cheap bread toasts. Dairy Maid Bread toasts eyeiy, cheap bread » uneven and burns in spots. Only perfect bread make* perfect toast. ' We are Making a Wonderful Loaf at s«. Try it. Buy Dairy Maid Breai A PEODUCT ' .. ona Baking Co. • ^^^^ i

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