Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1931 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 11, 1931
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KOSSUTH COUNTt ATlVAKcm AIXK)NA huroh will be the «l»t to buy ft Joe Studer last Thursday ^THURSDAY. COAL We handle the BEST GRADES of COAL and sell on the lowest possible margin. Seeds Let us furnish you with your Seeds the coming season. FARMERS' ELEYATOR CO. HOBARTON Jas, Elder Jr., Manager. Phone 36F1V WHITTEMORE BOARD ELECTS NEW TEACHERS Whittemore, June fl—The Whittemore school board has completed the selection of teachers for the coming year. The staff will be headed by Supt. F. J. Rockford. Mary D..Schilz and Nettle Sammln will return, and there will be three new teachers, Mildred Limlstrom, of Albert City, who will have charge of the Intermediate room, Fern Corel, of Lc Mars, grammar room, and Verona Hentge-s, of Michigan, N. D., high school. Miss Lnmmith formerly taught the grammar room, and Lorraine Botsford. oC Britt, was the other high school teacher, but went to Rochester because of Illness and Mrs. Mike Buttlemore, AVest Bend, taught the last half of the session. The board found it advisable to Increase the titafC one teacher. John Weir Accident Victim— i John Weil', tit Graettingrer. who at | one time lived on t»e O. B. Simp! son tenant farm a mile north of ; FaJ .,. e ]] i Whittemore. was injured one day j \ nlon ,r persons from out of town i last week while working on the new . W) ' IQ cal ^ e tol , the mt i e jrary Hah ! Lutheran church building at Graet- j F . imlol f unc ral services last week linger. Mr. Weir and two other; Tut , s(1 . lv were tne Theodore Elberts to the Gus pledrlcks, Harold Fram- 1 . bachs, the Erwln Bargmons, and Lawrence Blberts. The former three are boys and the latter a girl. Marilyn Wood ward'Gives Party- Mrs. H. B. Woodward entertained a number of little girls at her home last w«ek. Tuesday afternoon for her daughter Marilyn. Cylinder Youth Hospital Patient— Lester Stokka, son of Ole Stokka, Cylinder, la a patient at the Dv. J. W. McCreery hospital for an operation of appendicitis. Other Whittcmore, Among those from out of town who attended the Cole-Cul'.en wedd ing last week Tuesday were the D. p. Fagans; Mrs. Joseph Mulroney, day of terriobh with Crawford.' Clayton Crook and Mrs. Frank Rblipe assisted In en- tertalnfhg. . The Otto Ruhnkes, Lot'ts Creek, Julia Sarah, and Katherine Crawley nil of EmmetKburg; Mrs. John Mm- roney Jr., Kathleen and Mary VI. vlan' Mulroney, Mrs. Frank Schup i for and ' Mrs. Steve Vaughan o£ i Mallard. | Sister Marie Celine and Sister Mary Patrlnella, of Lawler, visited lust week Sunday with the Presentation Sisters and relatives In Whittemore. They also visited the Grotto oC Redemption . at West Bend. Sister Mary Celine will be remembered in Whittemore as Veronica Farrell, daughter of Mrs. Nell Mr. and Mrs. William Rusch Sr., and Mi-s. Aurella Ohm and her' children were Sunday dinner guests at the William Ruseh Jr. home. Anthony Gappa and Mrs. Arnold Krause, Fenton, were at St. Paul Saturday, vsltlng their brother, Ignatius Gappa, patient at a veterans' hospital at Fort Snellinff. Gertrude Keene -Is again on the job at the Haag cafe after an absence of five weeks, spent at the home of the John Van Banks at West Bend. The Rev. and Mrs. William Faulstich, Los Angeles, and' their son Lawrence, of Los. Angeles, spent Monday at Spirit Lake. Evelyn Van Allen and Catherine Ca.vann.ugh, Algona, are visiting this week with Whittemore relatives. Mrs. Maurice Cullen and son Terry, of Oelwein, have been visiting the past -week at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. S. Cullen. Ava Simpson, commercial teacher In the Parkersburg schools^ is home far "Irma t*. fienton, ^Minneapolis, re^ turned Monday, having'Spent a, few days net with her parents.- Mr. and Mrs. John Hauptman returned Sunday, following a trip to Des Moines. . Harry Benson and his two sons, Bloomlngton, 111., recently visited a few days at the Julius Kunz home. lot and build a cottage?? "It was the unanimous °P lnl °* °* the'iru^stlmtafnter-ptant.would be more acceptable and a than new wells on the Then the financing of a filter would te"Cle and easy In compnrlsonjo the boring of two new wells 11, ; workmen were erecting the rafters i when a section of 11 heavy timbers i' j [ich . iel McEnroe, Algona, heavy timbers j Gcms , e Ailgs and the' Isadore fell. Mr. Weir saw them coming j Kerhors , Pocaliontas, and the and managed to get down from tthe ! Frnnk p.rennans and John Higleys, _ „, .-. TO ' Emmetsburg. The Methodist Aid .met last Thurs- scaffold and jumped to the first floor. However, one of the timbers struck him on the nose and for a time the nose was believed broken. One ankle was sprained in jumping. $50 TO $300 Borrow the money you need— Take I to 20 months to repay It. Xioans made on almost all forms •"of security. You can get up to $300 4o cover your debts, and by small znonthly .payments retire the loan. You can pay in full at any time, and pay only for the perlbd you ••"liave the money. Honest people on salary or fixed •2ncome are invited to see us. We treat you with every courtesy and may be certain that there will no embarrassment. COME IN TODAY! The Inland Finance Corp. Phone £5. Iowa T*irst door north of Iowa State Bank Y. P. S. Membership is 43— The St. Paul's Lutheran Y. P. S. held its monthly meeting last Thursday evening, the la.st meeting till fall. Two new members were taken in, Delores Kloock and Matilda Wagner. The Society is composed of IS girls and 25 boys. A kittenball game with Fnirville 'at the Lutheran school picnic June 3-1 was postponed. The boys and girls teams will play with teams from Lu Verne at the school picnic grounds June 14. Student Priests Visit, Here— Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Semon and Mrs. Tom Kelly drove to St. Paul last Thursday to get Edward Fandal, who is studying for the priesthood at St. Paul's Seminary. They returned Thursday evening. Edward is a, brother of Mrs. Semon and Mrs. Kelly. John Cullen returned last Sunday from St. Paul's Seminary. It is '.John's first year in college, and this is Edward's first year in the seminary. Heavy Rains in 3Ossotirl— Mr. and Mrs. Leo Walters, Algona, and Geneva Walters got home one day last week from Mexico, Io., where they had taken Mrs. Joseph Walters to visit brothers, 'ohn and Laurence Paradise. That section of the country had recently lad heavy rains and hail storms. Oats were heading out, but corn was not much ahead of ours, though much farther south. ABBIE CASLER, WESLEY WOMAN, DIES JUNE 3 Wesley, June »—Mrs. Abbie Casler died at the home of'her daughter, Mrs. Gale Stockwell, last week Wednesday night, following an illness of several months. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church Saturday afternoon at 2 j o'clock, the Rev. C. H. Moore officiating, and burial was made in Evergreen cemetery.. She was' born at Linn, Kansas, December 20, 1S69, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fox. When six years of age, she moved with her parents at Boone, Iowa; and in 1SSG the family moved to a farm north o£ Wesley. She was married to Edwin easier at Wesley in 1890. Her husband and one daughter, ,Mrs. Grace Oakes, preceded her in death. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. the summer vacation. She niand to attend summer school later. A week ago Sunday Sara Weise, Fred Henrich' Sr., of Fort Dodge, visited Bertha Vaudt. Mr. and Mrs. of Addlson, 111., .are visiting their son, Fred Jr. ( Dorothy Bestenlehner, of Algona, visited at the Frank Bestenlehner home last week. Fred Jacob, Zumach meat market clerk, has been abed with rheumatism and a touch of the flu. Interneshlp pital. at the university hos- SAME PRICE forovtr 40 Pearl Niewald, and Brother of Hen Felt Sick— Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Felt were at Mason City from last Thursday morning to Friday afternoon, Mr. Felt's brother, Arthur, is in very poor health. They also visited Mr. Felt's mother, Mrs. Mary Felt. Einvorth ]>ng'iie Conducts Stand— The Epworth League will sell ice cream and cold drinks on Main street this week Wednesday even- Ing. The stand will be located near the Klelnpeter store. Attend Harncssmiikers Convention— Jos. Meurer, vice president, and R. H. Shnckelford, Algona, returned last week Wednesday, having attended a harnessmakers' convention at Des Moines. Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Meurer visited his parents at Whittemore Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murphy were at the home of his brother Tom, at Armstrong. The Fred Loofts visited Grandma Looft at Ledyard, and Allen remained and will spend the summer on the farm. Mrs. Beatrice! Mr. and Mrs. Guy M. Butts and IMPROVEMENTS AT METHODIST GAMP MADE AT OKOBOJI * Kossuth people who attend summer events at the Methodist .camp grounds at the Okobojfs will he in forested In the following clipping from the May number of Dr. W. H. Lease's Algona District Broadcaster; "In. addition to being the opening of the fishing season. May 15 is the regular date for the spring meeting of the trustees of the Methodist Camp Meeting association. At the recent meting the trustees approved several tilings which will make foi the improvement of the • camp grounds. "All streets are to be newly grav eled; a filter plant is to be install ed before the first of July, which will make the lake water suitable for drinking and cooking; an ap proach to the lake from Asbtiry park Is to be cleared of rock and underbrush so that It may become a wading place for kiddies and a landing place for boats. "In order to accomplish this, a "bee" has been set for June 9, to which preachers and laymen arc invited. Dinner will be served In the hotel dining room at noon. It Is hoped that enough men will come on June 9 to complete the work in one day. "The trustees took action also, recommending to churches the advisability of purchasing lots and building church cottages ' on these lots for the use of Epworth League delegations and other church groups during the lake season. AVhat The sentiment at the board meeting was that bigger and better days are ahead In connection with the Meth- odlst camp. WADING POOL SIDES ARE TOO STEEP HEREJJULLETIN SAYS In Bulletin No. 108 of the Engineering Extension Service of the State college, Ames, appears a picture of the wading pool at Athletic park. This pool, It is stated, does not meet with the recommendations of the engineering service because the sides are steep enough to make slipping and 'falling common. The bulletin was prepared for the use of towns or groups planning swimming pools, and it gives recommended designs The municipal pool on south Thorlngton street Is not pictured. Algouirtn's Sister Dead. Anton Streit, his son M. J., and daughters Mary and Eva attended the funeral of the elder Mr. btrclt s sister, Mrs. Eva Boor, at Ashton Tuesday morning. Mrs. Boor, who was 78, died of pneumonia at her home at Lewlstown, Mont., Friday. moment o careless" may cause & lifetime of regret ^Position Wanted WANT Scarlet Fever Patient Recovers— Rosella Higgins, who had been ill several weeks with scarlet fever, returned to Sioux City a week ago Sunday to resume her course in the nurses' training school at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital. She was ac- companed by her mother Mrs. Wm. Higgins, and Mary Schiltz of Fort Dodge, who had been visiting at the Higgins home. Mrs. C. L. Biseman, Britt, and' Mrs. Florence Orthel, Los Angeles; and two brothers, K. J. Fox, Wesley, and Milton Fox, Algona. Persons from a distance who attended funeral services were Milton Fox, Algona; Mrs. Lydla Black and Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum, Sexton; Mr. and Mre. Chester Eiseman, and three children, Fred Benson and two daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank easier, all ol Britt; Les- Stockwell both Wesley; and eight | Mrs. Bertha LooCt took ,1. N. Daw- grandchildren Two sisters survive: son back to the Odd Fellows' home, - ••• Mason City, Monday. Mr. Dawson had visited old friends for 10 or 11 days. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hansen were at Burlington from last week Wednesday to Friday. They went to see Mrs. Hansen's brother, Clarence Dahlin, graduated from high school. Twelve or 15 members of the local Legion Auxiliary plan to attend the quarterly county meeting at Zumnch Lunch Changes Name— Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Zumach, who have been operating a quick lunch the former Whittemore State bank room, have recently installed booths. They have also changed the name of the business place to Tourist Cafe and Quick Lunch, and plan to serve meals. Frozen sweets, Ice cream, and fancy served. sundaes are Ruth Carlisle to Summer School— A. C. Carlisle drove to Cedar Falls a week ago Monday to take his daughter Faith, where she will attend- summer school. Ruth graduated this year from the Whittemore high school. Beulah Carlisle, who will teach at Cylinder next year, plans to remain at Lincoln during the summer session; I-! Fnnk Casler all ol Britt; Les- Lne ill""""'* v;u""--j ««..-.."•& «~ E Tseman? Mr. and Mrs. AVillison Lone Rock this week Tuesday af- Creamery to Start Delivery— At a special meeting last week Monday of the creamery board it was decided to deliver milk and butter at homes. A pasteurizer and bottling and other eciuipment will be purchased. Buttermaker Kloosk, e YELLOW PENCIL with the BAND ation [elen lich., SHULTZ' RECTAL CLINIC AMBULANT PBOCTOLOGY cured Othe: Piles (hemorrhoids) ivitbout operation. rMt*l conditions. Write for booklet. Consultation without cost. 218-21»-220 First B»ftk Bldg. Flume 842, Mason City, Jow« *_ » , . „ _ .-; - ^T spected cooling equipment lumboldt one day last week. at teurcr Granddaughter Graduated— Mr. and Mre. Joseph Meurer Sr. eceived announcement of the grad- their granddaughter, Frantz, Menominee, of Ann from the nurses' training chool at St. Luke's hospital, Chiago. The exercises were held on une 4. oitheran Choir Has Party— The St. Paul's Lutheran and son, Belmond; Mrs. Ben Winkle, Algona. Donald Studer Is A letter received by Nathan Studer last week stated that his grandson Donald, Excelsior, Minn., who recently underwent an operation on his injured thigh, Is apparently doing well. Part of his left shin bone was removed and grafted into his right thigh. Both legs are now in casts. Donald suffered a double fracture of the thigh four months ago, and has been in bed ever since. The recent operation was successful, and chances seem good for a complete recovery. He will have to remain in bed until about August 1. Mrs. Swlnton Here for Summer— Mrs. Wayne Swlnton and her ten- months' son, Stanley, arrived early Sunday morning, to spend most of the summer with Mrs. Swinton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Gid- dlngs. Mr. Swinton, who is a high school teacher at Galesburg, 111., remained at Iowa City, and" will take a short course at the university, coming to Wesley later. Members of her family met Mrs. Swln- ton at Corwith at 12:30 a. m. Mrs. Alice Heal Sends Flowers- Mrs. Susie Gray has received eight dozen jasmine flowers from Mre. Alice D. Heal, Dayton, Texas. It is -an annual custom of Mrs. Heal to send these flowers, which sometimes arrive in time to decorate the graves of Mrs. Heal's relatives in Evergreen cemetery. This time she requested that the flowers be distributed among her old friende here. ternoon. The Olaf Funnemarks attended a Mission fest at Seneca Sunday. Edward Funnemark remained, and will attend a Lutheran parochial school three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. James Hodges, who have spent many months with Mrs. Hodges' mother, Mrs. Nettie Turgeson, will start this week or soon for their home at Van Hook, N. D. Mr. and Mrs." Howard Hansen, Clear Lake, were Sunday dinner guests of Howard's sister, Mrs. Gordon C. Giddings. Mr. and Mrs. George Hauptman returned last week Tuesday from Indianapolis, where they attended the International auto races. Mrs. Chas. Pavik, Humboldt, spent a few days at the home of her son, William Henderson. Her husband came after her gjunday. Mrs. Henry Kunz entertained the Deal 'Em Bridge club last Thursday afternoon. MONEY TO LOAN —on— EASY TEBMS READY CASH • SERA1CE We loan YOU money on a few minutes notice, in amounts from $50.00 to $300. Phone or call on ue, as our method Is quick, courteous and confidential. We lend on household furniture and automobiles, and allow you to repay in 20 small monthly payments. HAAVKEYE FINANCE CO. Represented by CUNNINGHAM * LACY 107 W. State Street. Phone 598 How's Your Haying Equipment? Is it ready for the season? Haying lias to be done in a hurry. Faulty machinery may cause delay if a shower comes up inopportunely. Have Your Repairs Made Sow We also build hayracks to order. New one on hand ready to go out with the first buyer. We grind sickles in a hurry and put in new sections. Any needed woodwork furnished. Thorpe Wood & Iron Works ; Phone 157. 41 The lure may soon be 'disappointment article purchased after the price i s fo Maytag perfection, lasting quality and it 8 Mi standing advanta continue to be a s joy and an economy. Find out what a piece, cast-aluminum the gyrafoam w turn, the roller mover, and a score of otto I advantages. PHONE for • FREE TRIAL . self, don't keep it. payments you'll never niS, ! MAYTAG NOW MAKES A WASHER MODELf TUNE IN —Enjoy th«"Maytag Radio Hour over N, B. C. Coast to Coast Blue Network — Every Monday, Daylight Saving Time, 9:00 P.M., E.T.—8:00 C.T.—7:00 M.T.— 6:00 P.C.T. Standard time Is one hour earlier. THAT SELIS FOR LESS ID; Permanent Northwestern Factory Branch, MnytsK llulli 515 Washington Ave., North, Minneapolis, Minnesota ' A. K. CUFF— Lftility Shop Old Modern -Dry Cleaners Building Phone 79(1 ABMSTRONG— Comer Hdw. Co. BA^CKOFT-Oscar C. Sprout LAKOTA— Walter W. Eosenau. LU VERNE—C. H. Llchty »|t f—A. H. Tweetefc BO & Leaie, WHITTEHORE—J. M. Fl( Par homa wilhxii «Ii*Mr, the MaylagwuhaistxUli : . vith in-built (oioliiu mil,: 1 WASHER -TABLE IRON! Advance Want for Quick The E. Goodnow family Sunday with Mrs. Herman visited Oster- cholr camp and other Wesley relatives, Fred Diekmann is at Anita on business this week. His son, Junior, accompanied him. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ml |"A PILES tMRMTEE ield a party last Friday evening at he school. Rook was played, and ligh prizes won by Edna Schultz and Erwin Siems. Low prizes were won. by Frieda Meyer and Hugo Meyer. A lunch was served. William Rusch Daughter Named— The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Rusch Jr., was christened Sunday at the St. Paul's Lutheran church. She was named Marion Lavonne. Sponsors were Mrs. Aurelia Ohm and Otto Ruhnke, of Lotts Creek. Kittenballers Defeat Falrville— The Lutheran kittenball team won on the local diamond last Sunday from Fairville, 6-1. Herbert Vaudt pitched for Whittemore and Louis Grienert pitched for Fairville. ' Visiting Pastor Preaches Sunday— The Rev. Lawrence Faulstich, of Los Angeles, who is visiting his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. William Faulstich, preached In English Sunday evening at St. Paul's Lutheran church. Two New Hospital Patients— Mrs. Fred Miller Sr., Fenton, was brought to the McCreery hospital one day last week with a broken shoulder bone. Mrs. Ewald^ Rhode had an appendicitis operation at the hospital Saturday. Few New B«M«8 Arrive—• 'Babies were born the past Children's Day Service Planned— Children's day services will be held at the Methodist church next Sunday morning, beginning at 11 o'clock. There will be no evening service, but some of the members will go to Sexton to hear the Children's day program there. The Aid will meet at the church this week Tuesday afternoon, the Mesdames Erdman and Lilly entertaining. Catholic Sisters to Milwaukee— Two of the Catholic Slaters left Friday night for their home convent, St. Francis, Milwaukee, where they will spend the summer vacation. They were Srs. Luke and Philomena. Sister Lydla, music teacher, left Monday morning to visit relatives in Dakota. The remaining three Sisters will leave later. Bonnstcttcrs In Family Gathering— Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Bonnstetter and their children were guests at a large dinner given at West Bend Sunday at the home of Representative and Mrs. A. H. Bonnstetter, in honor of Dr. H. J. Bonnetetter, who recently completed a medical course at Creighton university and was to serve his Jnternesbip at some hospital in Texas, leaving July 1. V Alson Bralej- to be Interne— Alson Braley, who recently completed a medical course at Iowa CJty, came home Saturday to spend d. two weejcg vacation. He win then return, to begin serving bis year of If you suffer from Itching, blind; protruding or bleeding; Files you are) likely to be amazed at the soothing, healing power of the rare, Imported Chinese Herb, which fortifies Dr. Nixon's Chlnarold. It's the newest and fastest acting treatment out. Brings ease and comfort in a few! Bilnutea so that you can work and enjoy life, while it continues its soothing, healing action. Don't delay. Act in time to avoid a dangerous and costly operation. Try Dr. Nixon's Chlnarold under our guarantee to satisfy completely and be worth 100 times the small cost or. your money, back. E. W. LUSBY'S DRUG STORE V I Ford cars are now equipped with safety glass in all doors and windows at a small extra charge $1 t? tor Ike Coupe, De Luxe Coupe, Sport J. tj Coupe or Convertible Cabriolet $OA' or '** Tudor S»dm, Sfm4«r4 Sedan, All De Luxe Sedan, Town Sedan or Victoria MARYLAND WOMAN HAPPY NOW- LOSES 55 IBS. Edith J. Marriott of Baltimore, Md., writes: "Last winter I weighed 200 Ibs. and was very much ashamed. I bought a bottle of Kruschen Salts which gave such wonderful results I bought more. After 4 bottles I weigh 145 Ibe. and all my friends say, "How slender you've gotten—how did you do it'?" I say only 4 words — thanks to Kruschen Salts." A generous bottle of Kruschen Salts that lasts 4 weeks costs but 85 cents at E. W. Lusby's or any drugstore in America—take one half teaspoon In a glass of hot water every morning before breakfast—cut out pastry and fatty meats — go light on potatoes, butter, cream and sugar—that will help Kruschen take off your fat. Take Kruschen every morning— it's the little daily dose that does it—if not joyfully satisfied after the first bottle—money back. «-l THE Triplex safety glass windshield has always been an outstanding feature of the Model A Ford. By reducing the dangers of flying glass, it has saved many lives and prevented countless injuries in automobile collisions. Now comes a further assurance of safety to every Ford owner , . . jtoU$hed plate safety glatt in ALL DOORS AND WINDOWS at flight additional cott. The charge for this extra protection is unusually low be««us* of large production and -the development of new methods of manufacture, pimply «W the dealer when you buy the Ford that you want *'safety plate glass in^aU doors and windows" and the car will be f actory-equippod for you in that manner. Today, as before, the safety glass windshield M f umislted M standard equip. ment on all Ford cars without extra charge, «•/«»• on* Io NEW CAXS. . fo/ety THE F 0 R D ,.«*•• '

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