Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1931 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 18, 1931
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*AOB TWO AtWAMCB. ALQOMAMQWA -frHtJRSDAv SHULTZ' IRECTAL CLINIC JLMBULA1VT PJROCTOLOGY IPiles (hemorrhoids) cured -without operation. Other jrectal conditions. Write for booklet. Consultation without cost. 218-219-220 First National Bank BIdg. Phone 842, Mason City, Iowa 4tf LAKQTANS AT FAMILY PICNIC IN CALL PARK Lakota, June 16^-Mrs. James (Stoddard) Patterson and daughter Darlene, of Longmont, Colo,, anil another daughter, Mrs. Allen (Ruth) Carr, her husband and baby, of Burt, were visitors at the .1. H. \Varburton and Mrs. Delia Smith homes Sunday. Airs. Patterson came to Iowa a week ago Saturday meeting 'will be with Mrs. Jennie Gutknecht, September 17. The Coonie Roelfsemaa left last week for Wilmar, Minn., where they will spend their. vacation at the home of Albert Hans. Mrs. Hans is a sister of Coonie. They moved to Minnesota a year ago in March. The Rev. and Mrs. Boese attended a convention of the Lutheran Mutual Aid Insurance company, at Chicago, last week. Mrs. Fred Bauman, Ledyard, cared for the children during their absence. The Oran O'Keefes were Sunday guests at the L. A\ r . Beards in Buffalo Center. The Henry Pattersons visited Sunday with Mrs. Patterson's brother, John Dorenbush, near Elmore. Mrs. Harry Moe and children and to attend the Wolcott family reun- ! her house guest, Mrs. R. C. Larson, R.H, WALKER, SWEACITYAN, MOURNS WIFE Swea City, June 16—Mrs, R. H. Valker died at her home southeast f town last week Tuesday evening f heart disease, and was burled In he Harrison cemetery Friday after- oon, after funeral services at the iaptlst church conducted by the ev. G. H. Seimens. Mrs.' Walker's maiden name was lary Schmidt, and she was born at Earlville, 111., May 2, 1SGS. She was ion at the Ambrose A. Call state park at Algona last week Sunday. Besides Mrs. Patterson and Darlene present were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Elvidge and daughter Lennice, an- Vernon Center, Minn., and Mrs. A. Q. Smith and Marie, were Mason City visitors last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parks, of Algona, visited the Frank Millers other daughter, Mrs. Blanche Bw- last Sunday. Mrs. Miller's condition ing, her husband and family, the | is about the same as when she came Will Utfords, Aredale. B[irl | home from Iowa City. Harnstreet and children, Minneano- The F. O. Torines, J. H. Wnrbui;- $50 TO $300 Borrow the money yon need— Take 1 to 20 months to repay It. TJoans made on almost all forms <«t .security. You can get up to S300 '-to cover your debts, and by small anonthly payments retire the loan. "You can pay in full at any time, mnd pay only for the fihave the money. period you Honest people on salary or fixed Maoome are invited to see us. We treat you with every courtesy and Won may be certain that there will S>B no embarrassment. COMB IN TODAY! The Inland Finance Corp. Phono 55. Iowa 3Tlrst door north of Iowa State Bank, Life in Kossuth County. Lawrence Wolcott, Mankato, ton, Irvin Koppen, of Lakota, and and the Allen Carrs, Burt. Though j Harry Warburton, Swea City, were now widely scattered, all were one-: fishing at Iowa and Tuttle lakes time residents of Lakota. Mrs. Pat- ! last Thursday. terpon attended the marriage of her niece, Lennice Elvidge, and Lou Berg, June 10. The young folks have gone to Buffalo, N. Y., where Mr. Berg works for General Motors, nnd where they will make their home. LaUotaiis Attend C. T. A. Picnic— A number from this vicinity attended the Xo. 3 testing association picnic at Henry Lampe's, west of Bancroft, last week Wednesday. Ray Johnson, of Ames, and County Agent Morrison were present and helped give a herd judging demonstration in the forenoon. Four animals were exhibited in each class, with first, the herd animal; 2nd, yearling heifers; 3rd, 2-year-old heifers, and 4th, aged cows. Each one present was given a judging card and allowed to enter the contest if they desired. L. J. Kennedy was winner and will go to the Dairy Congress as delegate. After dinner the men enjoyed a ball game and the women visited. IN ALGONA »» F.S.NORTONt/SON'S -- Lqkotn Woman Loses "Brother— A week ago Sunday the Jake Telcamps went to Carroll to see Mrs. Telcamp's brother, William G. Bloom, who was then seriously ill at the hospital with pneumonia. On their return the next day they received a message that he had died that day. Mr. Bloom was 50 years old and lived at Lake A 7 iew. He leaves a wife and step-daughter. The Telcamps, with Mrs. Telcamp's father and mother, and the Albert Blooms, who make their home with The E. X. Clemans and Postmaster Bargar were Algona visitors last Thursday. The Harold Pierces were business visitors in Algona the same day. The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson and R. E. Hamquist went to Swea City Sunday evening, where they were judges in a Bible story contest. The Walter Scotts, Estherville the Alrec Boeckholts, Titonka, and Annie Trenary were guests of the Joe Faulkners Sunday. George Winter and a Mr. Harner, of Swea City, attended a shipping association meeting at Mason City Friday. The Herman Hansens attended the wedding of Herman's brother Andrew, at Algona, last Thursday. Arnold and Howard Bobo, who have been staying at Algona, came home Saturday. Lakota's baseball team won 9-5 at Buffalo Center Sunday. ST, BENEDICT AGENT NOW AT MARTINSBURG St. Benedict, June 15—Writing to the Advance under date of Sat urday, T. F, Howard, former M. & St. L. depot agent here, directed tha the address of his paper be changec IT'S (jOODCATCH CALUSJG- ME. them, attended the funeral at Lake tQ Martensburg hls new ] ocat ion View last Thursday. A brother, „ ,,.,.1..,. Tohn Bloom, and some neighbors from Royalton, Minn., visited the Telcamps on their way home. Iiiifcotiins lo Sec "Niagara— Mrs. Pi-ingle, of Knoxville, mother of Mrs. F. Q. Johnson, came Thursday and is spending a week with the Johnsons. They all left this week Wednesday morning for Knoxville and will leave there this week Thursday in the Fringlo car for Detroit, where they will visit relatives. The Johnsons expect to some time, next week. be home Children's Call 229 for Building Mater_ ials and Fuel, „,, day services will be held next Sunday at 10:30 and will take the place of the regular services. l>dynnl Twp. F. 15. Meets— Ledyard township F. B. held its regular meeting at the Olof Olson's Friday night. In spite of muddy roads 50 were present . The following program was given: Chalk talk, the Rev. Mr. Bryden, Bancroft; talk by W. T. Schnathorst, who works the International company out of Fort Dodge; reading by Mrs. Priebe; solo, Jerry Ukena. County Agent Morrison was present and gave a short talk. "Whole Family Observes •Birthday— Sunday was Mrs. Jnmes Bruer's birthday, and the children surprised iier by all coming home for the day. Those present included the HnroUl Madestkes and C, H, Rippentrons, of Elmore, the William Rlcklcffg," "of He added: I was at St. Benedict 5% years and during the whole time I wa well pleased with the way the peo Vile used me. I was sorry to leave and would not have done so bu for the fact that the railroad cam pany decided to close its static there." Mr. Howard's letter was writte on Chicago, Burlington & Quinc stationery. Martensburg is a to\\ of about 200 inhabitants in Keoku county, which is some 75 miles ea and a little south of Des Moinea. The city of Keokuk, which is located at the southeastern tip of Iowa, is not in Keokuk county. Wisconsin Couple Visit Here— The Geoi-ge Ferstls and the Stanley Smiths drove here from Beaver IJam, Wis., Saturday for a few days narrled September 24, 1891. Vnlkers lived in Illinois till The 1904, vhen they came to Swea City. Ever Ince they had lived on their farm lear town. Eight children were born and five re living: Mrs. E. H. Witte, Maeon SENECANS HINT WHEN CAR BUS DIRT; TURNS OVER Seneca, June 10—Carl Osborn and his sister Pauline were principals In a car, accident at the corner four miles north of Seneca Saturday night, when their car turned over after It struck loose dirt. Pauline suffered a cut on one leg, besides scratches and bruises, 'and Earl was badly shaken up. They were taken to Armstrong for medical aid, and a brother-in-law, AVilllam Brown, brought them to the parental John Osborn home. Oshorns Jiomc from Dakota— Mr. and Mrs. AVilltam Osborn and their son Larkln returned last Thursday from Alexandria, S. D. where they had visited relatives and .*':!*• iere. Edward, Margaret, and George are dead. Besides the chll- ren Mrs. Walker is survived by her lusband, eight hree sisters. grandchildren, and ) Tlnirsdny Club Committees Named— The Thursday club met at Mrs, J. •I. AVarner's jnst Thursday. This vas the last meeting before the iiimmer vacation. The following lommittees were appointed: program—Mrs. Olof Pearson, Mrs. P. T'. Helken, Mrs. Christiansen; civic mprovement—Mrs. Claire Peterson, Mrs. Edith AA r arner, Mrs. Ida Larion; welfare—Mesdames Anna Lar;on, Henry Myre, T. F. Mitchell; ibrary—Mesdames Opal Carlson, Roy Bra vender, Ira Hewitt; flowers incl gifts—Mrs. Leona Christiansen, Mrs. N. E. Stone, one of the matrons t the state home for neglected chll- Iren at Toledo, told the women m- erestlng facts about the home. With two other women she has iharge of 134 boys. Mrs. Stone, who s a sister of Mrs. Claire Peterson xnd D. W. lere. Fultz, formerly lived Vnother Oil Station Planned— Swea City is to have another oil station. The Springer sisters are to building one at the corner where county road K crosses No. 9, and vork has already begun, large trees on the corner having been removed by dynamiting. The building is to be 16x20, with a 12xl6-ft. canopy, and it will be set . cornerwise for travelers on both of our highways. Richard Cronk will " operate the station and live in a house now on the grounds. Swea City will have, when this one is finished, five fill- ter, Mrs. George Letcher. born obtained considerable relief for his. crippled knee and sore [ neck from a doctor on the route' home. Mrs. Osborn also took a treatment for her neck. Visitors Here from > r . P.— Thomas Bakkie, East Grand Forks, N. D., and two daughters arrived at Hans Jensen's Saturday for a visit. Mr. Bakkie and Mrs. Jensen, who are cousins, hadn't seen each other before since they came from Norway 42 years ago. ng stations, besides several lumps. curb MA TERtALSroa RUILDIHG is FUELS roil HEATING PHONE Z29 ALGONA Everything to Build With and the Fuel to Heat It. Bible Contest Sunday Evening— At the Methodist church Sunday evening there was a district Bible reading and story-telling contest, Estherville and Swea City competing. In Bible reading AVayne Huntsinger, Estherville, and Katherlne Thomson, Swea City, competed, Katherlne Thomson winning. In story-telling Burton Thomson, of Swea City, and Merril -Robb, Estherville, competed, Merri] winning. The winners will represent the district at an Epworth League convention at Fenton this week Tuesday. I. E. Sweany is Benedick- Friends here have received news of the marriage of L. E. Sweany, the director of Smith-Hughes agricultural studies in the Swea City schools, and Jean Saul, of Carroll. Alhin Nelson Daughter Confirmed— Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thorson, of Rlngsted, their-niece, Ruby Nelson, and the August Nelsons and Fred Browns, of Seneca, spent, Sunday at Albin Nelson's, near Hardy. Albin's eldest daughter Pearl was confirmed. Ottosen Cliolr Sings Here— The Ottosen choir will .sing ne'xt Sunday night at a Luther League meeting at the local church. Lunch will be served to the entertainers by the League, to be followed by a social time. Other Seneca News Mr. and Mrs. Hans Jensen, Thomas Bakke, and two daughters, of North Dakota, and ePrry Jensen, of Fenton, were dinner guests at J. H. Jensen's Sunday. The Martin Thompsons were afternoon callers. Mrs. Martin AVilberg and Mrs. Henry Looft, of Seneca, attended a recent Aid meeting at the home of their sister, Mrs. Hans Presthus, near Bancroft. A large crowd attended a Young People's society meeting last Thursday evening at Hans AVllberg's. Perry Jensen, Fenton, spent the week-end with his cousin, Terry Jensen. | for f very one! 1 Underselling ! | Strange— | But Very True • • • • I We are daily offering f| new, seasonable foot- 1 wear of true BrownelPs 1 quality, at prices that 1 are lower than you 1 would expect. READ THE WANT-ADS. = No limit to the colors, styles —• ! and patterns you have to • H choose from. They are all H included in this Big June Sale j Women's Footwear H The newest styles in sea sand, = putty, beige, and sun tan, all H go at 1 $3.85 to $5.85 Men's Oxfords Tan and black. These lots include ma. pairs of Copeland & R y( j and J. P. Smiths. All go $3.85 to $5.85 Children's Footwear All sizes are included in I June Sale. All go at $1 to $2.95 Brownell Shoe Co. ail with relatives and old friends. Mrs. Nick Raskopf, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Downs, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Raskopf, r.nd Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rahrn, with Smiths, visited the the Ferstls and West Bend grotto Sunday afternoon. Music. Teacher Gives Recital— Marie teacher. Arndorfer, local and her Titonka music music pupils gave a recital there Monday evening. It was well attended and the pupils, who numbered 1G, did excellent work. Miss Arndorfer will give a recital here in two weeks. 'Father Arndor/er Here Urlefly* The ceremony took place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Saul. The couple are taking a honeymoon trip through the Ozarks, and will be at home here after Auguet 1. Two Anderson • Children Graduated Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Anderson saw two of their children graduate from college last week. Esther received a B. A. degree from Gustavus Adolphus college, and Clarence was graduated from the Minnesota state university, completing a 6-year course in dentistry. Esther teach in the Dickinson, N. schools next year, re not decided. will D., Clarence's plans Titonka, and the Fred Winbergers, The Rev. A. J. Arndorfer, aoCOm- How's Your Haying Equipment? Is it ready for the season? Haying has to be done in a hurry. Faulty machinery may cause delay if a shoAver comes up inopportunely. Have Your Repairs Made Now We also build hayracks to order. NeAV one on j 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. Buffalo Center, and Peter Bruer and Leona Meyer were present. AVith the whole family home for the day it was a happy event. Smith Family Holds Keiinlon— The A. Q. Smiths and Bob Clemans, Mr. and Mrs. Otto K^ppen, Sylvia and AVnyne Koppen, all of. Lakota, and Mr. Marquis and son Ray, Ledyard, attended a reunion of the Smith family at Kendall Young park, Webster City, Sunday. The day was spent visiting. First Rand Concert Pleases— ? A large crowd was in town Saturday night to hear the first street concert given by the Lakota junior band. There are 50 members in the band, which is' directed by the Rev. Mr. Frerking. The boys made a splendid appearance. lloin Spoils I'rlsclllu I'lcnlc— PrlscJlla club members had planned a picnic supper at Woods Lake, Minn., for their families, Friday night, hut because of the rain they had supper in the AVoodmari hall with an attendance of 50. .Tamos Alhreg'g' Recovered— James Altwegg was sick several j dorter, pnnied by his sister LenOre, drove here from Charter O:ik last Thursday. Lenore, who had been attending school there a year, remained here, Father Arndorfer going back Friday afternoon. Sisters Leave for Convent— Sisters M. Marcellina and M. Matilda left Friday for their convent home at Dubuciue. Mrs. Mary Fasbender took them as far as Fort Dodge, where they caught a train. Father Lneffelholz to Retreat— The annual retreat for priests is being conducted this week at Sioux City, ana the Rev. B. H. Loeffel holz is in attendance. Other St. Benedict. Mr. ami Mrs. M. J, Streit, Algonn, spent Sunday evening here and called on friemU. Mr. Streit,, who used to be manager of. the local ele vatdr, its now manager of a branch grain oCfir-e at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. William Arndorfer Philip and Marie, the Isadora Eisen barths, and Christine and Adelheid Eisenburlh were Sunday dinnei guests of Mr .and Mrs. E. F. Am days last week and umtble to attend to his work in the Farmers and Drovers State bank, at work Saturday. He was back Twenty at R. L. C. Meeting— Kossuth county rural mail carriers met at Fred Schroeder's last week Tuesday .evening, with an attendance of 20. Other Lakota. The Con and George Higgin families, of Titonka, visited at Armstrong Sunday. On the way home they stopped in Lakota, and little Jean stayed for a visit with her grandparents, the George Winters, and Darlene stayed with her grandparents, the Peter Koppens. They will spend the week here. George Altizer received word Monday that his brother at Burlington had undergone a serious operation, and Mr. and Mrs. Altizer and eon Homer left that evening, returning Saturday. They report the brother improving. The Joe Faulk- ners kept house while they were gone. Acorn club members and their families enjoyed a picnic supper on the I. E. Wortman lawn la-st Thurs- evening, year tor the This closed the clut summer. The The Albert Germanns were Sun dny guests of Mrs. Germann's peo pie here and when they went horn wer u accompanied by Mrs. Ger mann's sister Alfrieda. Mrs. J. O. Downs, her daughter and Mrs. Nick Raskupf were visitor last week AVednesday afternoon a Mrs. Stephen Devine's, Liverrnore Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bleich ; their daughter Mary Jane spen Sunday evening with Mrs. Bleich' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sfiilei Sarah Ann Filzpatriek and Irm Arndorfer were dinner guests las week Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Ju ian Arndorfer. The Julian Arndorfe'rs were Sun day dinner guests of Mrs. Arndor fer's aunt, Mrs. John Carr, Clea Lake. Estella Simons spent Saturda evening and Sunday with he mother, Mrs. Mary Simon. Irma Arndorfer, R. N., is at A gona, caring for Mrs. Robert James IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO buy or sell, or exchange, write fo our special low classified adverttelnj rates and list of the leading count; weeklies of Iowa.—IOWA NBWS PAPERS INC., m Royal Union Dee Moinee, Iowa. wen City Couple Married— Alice Nagle was honored with a itscellaneous shower at her home riday evening. Some 55 young eople gathered for the event. Miss S'ngle was married to Elmer, son of Irs. W. E. Ewing, of Swea City, londay at the Methodist parsonage, lue Earth. The bride is the daugh- er of Mr, and Mrs. Earl Nagle. hey will live here. Esther Smith is Graduated— Esther Smith was graduated a •eek ago from Carleton college, 'aribault, Minn., with a B. A. de- ree. She majored in public school nuslc, and will remain at Farlbault his summer to do private tutoring. She is as yet undecided about next ear's work. Effie Efkholni to Europe— Effie Eckholm, former Swea City teacher, now a teacher In the Wilard school, Des Moines, recently came to visit her mother, Mrs. Victor Eckholm, here but has now departed for New York and thence will sail for Europe with a party of summer tourists. Methodist Aid Entertains Guests— The Methodist Aid will have its annual guest day this week AVednesday, and has invited the other local Aids and Methodist Aids from four places, Armstrong, Grant Center, Ledyard, and, Lakota, Merchants Stage Bargain Days— Swea City is having' three big bargain days this week. Bravender, Pearson, Trevett, and Kent are putting it on. Many people have been here from a distance, looking over the bargains. Ten Children Are Baptised— At Children's day services Sunday at the Methodist church ten children were baptized and several adults were taken Into the church. Milk is Down to fie— Milk can now be bought at the butcher shops here at 6c. This is a 2c drop since last week. Juniors Defeat Estherville— The junior baseball boye won a league game here Friday, defeating Estherville, 14-6. Other Mr. and Mrs. Richard Berg arifl Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton attended, a county meeting of the rural letter carriers' association at William gcbroeder's a t Lakota last Tuesday Don't Rasp With Harsh Irritants ''Reach for a LUCKY instead" Eve started it and the daughters of Eve Inherited it. Eve gave Adam the apple, and It seems that Adam must have passed it on. For every man and every woman has an Adam's Apple. Put your finger on your Adam's Apple -that is your larynx, your voice box- it contains your vocal chords. 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