Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1931 · Page 3
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KOSSUf a COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQQNA. IOWA PAGE THR1M IS FOR . VICTIM^ BANCROFT rWsday inornlrtg at St If 1 i, MO was church. He . t Bayslde last week • when he dived Into four feet ot w * tet< ,« head on the bottom that he broke his McGllHgan was 4, 1002, and gT Joseph's Mercy lun City, June 14, beau-sand ten d£Lys old ' •frE£ra,tss? ,,/^rV ^ attended h. g h front Doa Molnea, wher'e he had been since Monday. Mr. Behrma.n has been having trouble with hla right eye and he went to Des Molnes to consult a specialist. Benrlce WMhelml Honored— A mlscelaneous shower will be given at the Mrs. j. H. Welp home .Thursday evening for Bernlce AVll- helthl. The hostesses are Mrs. Leo Elsbecker, E'.sle wllhelml, and Florette and Bertha Welp. Droesslers Hnve Eighth Child— The A. A. Droesslers have a boy born Saturday morning. The Droes- land %' 2 they .moved to Banin 1 . 92 -.. f 0 ' Algona. He Recker, r 'A thence ' to and to this union ere 1)orn! LaVonne Thomas, 6, and an C. grandfather, cr City, and six uncles and sa j a member of the Cath- h and received all the last K| 9 church before death. Fr Schyau, a missionary. metsbu'rs, conducted the ser- lot the church as the local i were attending retreat at I Cto His wish was fulfilled I'ik of his friends who were Ihlm at the time o£ the accl- B tied him to his final rest- They were John Reed, Wilson, Chester Reagan, Slmms, Albert Rhoads, and , Davis. Out of town rela- Iflho attended the funeral were feHall of Proctor, Minn.; A. W. ""•Cooleey, Minn.; James Me- i%nd John McGtlligan of jfovis.; Mrs. Nellie Greenby, nde'nce; Mr. and. Mrs. Fay fcijS;..Independence; Mrs. John >r;4lrs. Eliza Armstrong, Mrs. IClendennlng, Ola Mae Clen[»/Elaine Kramer, and Samuel jot Webster City; Ray Brock- lot Duluth, Minn,; and J. H. ;an, New York City. | injured in Collision— o'cara-collided Sunday at 9:50 Tone block south o£ the.Cath- thurch and three people were Mrs. Henry Reutzel, two ten, and her parents, Mr. and Tpeter Matlieis, were riding \ when a. Ford coupe driven by Jlanthei, of Ledyarcl, came I the west and struck the Reut- Tar. The car upset and Mr; Jels had his right arm badly |nd crushed. He was taken to , A. Devine's office and 24 were required to close the , Mrs. Matheis received a n 'her leg and was Hurt inter- The six-month old Reutzel | received a broken arm. The K\ car was badly wrecked while [damage was done to the Ford slers have eight children, Mr. Droessler ovvnH and operates the City Meat Market. Other Bancroft News. Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Smith, Burt Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kerr, Los Ange les, and Carver Smith, Los Angeles were dinner guests at the H. J Guide home Monday evening. Th Kerrs and Carver Smith are' visit ing the Smiths. Mr.'Kerr Is i brother of Mrs. smith and Carve Is a son of the Smiths. The Edw. Schemmels and Mrs.. Mary Froehle left Sunday for Parl Rapids, Minn., where they ar spending this week at the Alber Schneiders home. Mrs. Schneider is a daughter of Mrs. Froehle an a sister of Mrs. Schernmel. • Callista and Olga Elsbecker, Cai roll spent the week-end at home is attending the training chool at St. Anthony's hospital here and Olga, a registered nurse, s practicing In Carroll. Mrs. M. A. Saunders, daughter' sabelle, Mrs. Charles Baker and Monica spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday at Nevada visiting Mrs. Saunder's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Linacher, Toilet, 111., and three children left Tuesday after a. week with the Frank Coynes. Mrs. Linacher Is a Cousin of Mrs. Coyne. John Merrill and Walter Williams returned Friday from Mlllca, Minn., where they spent Inst week fishing. Brink worked in the AVelps Produce during Walter's absence. Attorney and Mrs, William Sheridan, Keokuk, are spending the week with his folks, the N. E. Sher- Idans. At the benefit dance given by the Auxiliary at the Legion hall last week Wednesday night ilSO numbers were sold. Mrs. G. D. Hart and daughter Antoinette .ore afSioux City visiting the Dr. Lynchs. Mrs. Lynch Is a sister of Mrs. Hart. The Misses Frances and Regina Berens returned Sunday from Chicago, where they had spent the last ten days sight-seeing. Mrs. Merrill McGllligan and two children returned Sunday from Webster City, where they -had visited the C. C. Halls since Friday. The Lawrence Sandts have a boy born last week Wednesday. FENTON WORLD WAR VETERAN DIES OF U, his sister, Mrs. Martha Higley, Mason City, last week Monday night. He was a World war veteran ami spent some time after bis discharge at Oakdale. T_<ea.v-ing the sanitarium he came to Pairville, where be lived with his mother till her death two years ago. Since then he had made his home with Mrs. Higley. Mr. Grove was born October ilu, Us, Mrs. wilbeert Huldorff, and the latter's daughter Mary drove to Lake City Monday to remain tilt Wednesday, and while -there Mary was to have her tonsils removed. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Rldgell, Dallas, Tex., and a son visited the Marcus Lindseys from last week Tuesday till Saturday. Mr. Redgell is a cable man for the southern Bell Fenton, June 23—Howard Gore i Telephone Co. died of tuberculosis at the home of Jrr ' !lncl Mrs. AV. V. Yager motored to Inwood Saturday for a Sunday visit at C. O. Bailey's and the son Clarence, who had spent three weeks at Inwood, came home with 'ormer at the home of Mrs. Ray Watson, Just across the road from the Sorensons, was blown out. The. stohns were accompanied by heavy rains and some hall, but practically- no wind. Some of the buildings on the Lenord Kuhlman farm, eight miles west of here, were demolished by a heavy windstorm Friday even- Ing. Stick Pierces Boy's Thrmft— • John, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leigh, suffered a wound in his throat this week Monday, when he fell on a sharp stick. Tt pierced' his throat just above his tonsils, leaving a wound which bled from both throat and nose. He was taken to Algona where he received ,medical care. It is believed that he will suffer no ill effects other than soreness. Elmer l)<>los Locate Here— Contrary to word received by the Fred Doles a week ago 'Saturday, stating that their son Elmer and his family were to locate either at Rochester, Minn.,or Mason City, They arrived here last week Tuesday and are now located in the house owned by Jessie deary, Algona. Elmer Plans, as was formerly reported, to operate a garage here for the time! being. Dnlnh Miller Loses Fingers— O. L. Miller reports that his cousin, Dolph Miller, Algona, suffered the loss ot two fingers one day last week while he was'trying out a new electric saw. He works with his thinking of a move to Sioux City July 1. Mail Carrier Takes Vacation— Tony Sorenson has been a,ctlng as mall carrier for a few days while Ben Terhune, regular carrier, Is having a vacation. Jos. Wudlelgh I^osrs Appendix- It l.s reported that Jos. Wadleigh was taken to Fort Dodge one day hist week for an sperntlon for np peridlcltls. He Is getting along well. Mrs. Kiitlcdgv III; Gallstones— Mrs. Orlaml Itutledge has recent ly been sick, suffering from gall troubles. Other Irvington News. The Austin Summers family, spent last week Monday and also last Sunday with relatives at Eagle Grove, Roy AVickwire, brother ot T. B. AVickwire who had been working at the Summer's farm, also went to Eagle Grove to visit relatives fur a time before going . to another Coxea nnd the Earl Millers. Sunday they all had a reunion at AVilllam Rutledge's home. South Cretco among guests Sunday at the Lloyd Gross home, where a birthday dinner in honor of George Gross, 20, Bobby, 9, and Mrs. Frank Ditsworth was served. Mr. and Mra. D. D. Sparks were at Archie McDahief's, Sfdu* RapM*fc Sunday. Mrs. McDaniels la som*»- what improved and expects to go to Iowa City for treatment soon. Mtik McDaniels was Reta Brown. Mr, and Mrs. Bdw. Wilklne, Oakland, Calif., are visiting the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Miller, and plan to locate here, after a two- year absence. Mrs. Bosworth, of La Junta, Colo., arrived one day last week to visit her son, W. J-I. Bosworth, on the Quarton farm. Lu Ella Potter returned last week Tuesday to Iowa State college to attend summer echool, after a three- day visit with the home folks. She hn« been employed as teacher at Ortho, beginning in September. Methodist services here Sunday were conducted by a Gospel team from the Algona Methodist church. brother's borne, In Minnesota. Mrs. Mnrthu. Kmultson. Bode, spent from Friday till Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Emma Crouch. brother George at the new carpenter shop, in which several new pieces of machinery have recently been in- Stalled. Arthur Hilcy Undergoes Operation Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Riley motored to Fort Dodge last week Wednesday, and soon after the arrival there Arthur underwent an operation. He recovered rapidly, and was able to come home Sunday. He will not be able to return to work at Lu Verne where he managed an elevator for some time. The Rev. A. H. Wood was filling the Rev. C. V. Hulse's pulpit. The Dr. L. D. Potters, Storm Lake, Mrs. A. H. Kahn, of Sheridan, Mrs. George Nauman, near Burt, i Wyo., daughter Barbara Lou, and visited last week Monday with Mrs. i Mrs. Martha Potter, Algona, were Crouch. The Niiumans formerly llv-i guests Sunday at H. L. Potter's, ed on the Grant Sample farm. ! The 12th Potter family reunion Mrs. Fry, \ v ho had recently been i was held Saturday at the fair- staying with her daughter, Mrs. CO grounds, and among 55 persons at- L. Miller, has gone to the John Me-'.tending were Mrs. A. H. Kahn, of Oulre camp, near Armstrong, to act | Sheridan, Wyo., daughter Barbara as conk. Mr. Fry is also employed j Lou; Mrs. Mabel Potter, Spencer; at th'; camp. The D. Schulzes spent Sunday at H. '.. Sabin'.s. In the afternoon Mrs. Stella Sabln and other women, from Algona. visited at the Sabin home. Mrs. ,). M. Patterson and Virginia Schoby returned Saturday from Ames, where they had been since last week Wednesday, attending a 4-H convention. •' The Charles Cox family, of David, came Saturday to visit the J. M. the D. E. Potters, Fort Dodge; Mr. I and Mrs. Victor Applegate, Corwith; | Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Miller, Irvington. Betty, and Forbes; Mrs. Mae Miller, Mrs. M'. A. Bartholomew, eon Max, Mrs. Martha Potter, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Potter, daughters Vivian, Joyce, and Audrey, sons Dwight and Richard, Algona; the Lloyd Potters, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Pother, daughters Gail and Joanne, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Potter, son Alvin. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Gross were Very Low Round Trip Fares to CHICAGO Account Fourth of July 2 Day Coach 15 Day Excursion $8.00 First Class $16.19 Coach Excursion tickets good only on trains leaving Friday, July 3, Saturday, July 4, and not later than 7:18 a m. Sunday, July 5. Tickets good returning on all trains scheduled to reach original starting point not later than midnight of Monday, July 6. Children half fare. No baggage checked. First-class round trip excursion tickets will be good on trains leaving Friday, July 3, and will be honored in Sleeping and Parlor cars on payment of usual charge for space occupied. Tickets good returning on all trains scheduled to reach original starting point by midnight of July 20, 1931. Children half fare. Baggage checked. BASEBALL Saturday, July 4, Cul»s vs. Cincinnati! [2 Games] Sunday,' July 5, Cubs TS. St. Louis. Your C. & N. W. R'y Ticket Agent can arrange for your baseball ticket Don't miss this splendid chance to enjoy a grand outing in the Wonder City. For further particulars apply to agent Chicago & North Western Railway 1887, and 43 years and eight lyn 'Austin Injured— i E. C. Weisbrods and Henry |ers, Fenton, and the Will Rel- of \\Tilttemore, attended a ' at the J. H. Sheridan home i evening. Mrs. R. N. Bauer |,to Fenton with her brother, ^Relmers, that night and Mon- mornlng she took the train to apolis, where she was call- f the illness oC her/granddaugh- rllyn Austin. Marilyn was go- lo town with her father, Reed In, when a car struck them, thrown through the wind- I and was badly cut about the She was taken to a hospital 125 stitches were taken in her Marilyn is 11. years old. Her ' la the youngest daughter of i Teams Here Successful- American Legion Junior ill team won from the Buffalo fr Junior team in a seven inning by a score of 8-4 Sunday after- The local junior club has won game so far. Harold Pohl- |J8 the coach for this' team. tely following this game the 'ft Lions and the Bancroft [Played. The Lions won, 3-2. ft has three good ball teams. bs have only lost two games and the Lions have won f seven. W»inaii in Accident Here Saturday afternoon when Butterfleld was going home |a load of lumber, a car driven' months old at death. His father and two sisters are dead, and he is survived only Mrs. Higley and his brother Edward, of Charles City. In the war he served over seas. He was a member of iWeisbrod post o£ the Legion here, and was confirmed -In the Lutnernn church at Falrville in the spring of 1930. Funeral services were held at the Lutheran church, Falrville, last week Wednesday, and Interment was made in the Fairville cemetery. The funeral arrangements Were in charge of his comrades ot the Legion. Girls Attend College Graduation- Elvira Kvause, with Emma Miller, Planldngton, S. D., got home last week Tuesday from Valparaiso, Inel., where they "had gone the week "before to attend .college graduation exercises. They were met by former schoolmates at Britt and Cedar Rapids who accompanied them as far as Chicago. '~~ Substitutes for Ringsted Barber— Margus Lindsey has charge of the, Wllbert Kearns barber shop at Ringsted this week while Mr. Kearns is away on a fishing vacation at Minnesota Lakes. Mr. Lindsey performed a like sen-ice last week at the local Schulte barber shop while Mr. Schulte took a week's vacation. 150 Attend B. t,. Convention— , •we P. Sentman, Fairmont, wagon and upset. Mrs. received a large gash' in ' of her head. She was '" Dr. J. A. Devine's -office st aid was given. Her hus. ! called and she was taken «wt evening. Her car was 1 <wreck«d. Bairns Published— banns of matrimony were An Algona district Epworth Lea- gue'convention at the local Methodist church last week Tuesday was well attended, 150 persons registering. Two addresses were given by Doctor Grant, of V'inton, and a Bible storytelling contest took Place in the evening. Quilting Party Given Thursday- Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod entertained at a quilting party last Thursday, and attending were Mesdames Mike Weisbrod, Emma Curry, Chris Ruske, Charles Weisbrod, F. H. Eigler, H. C, Lindsey, O. J. Stephenson, W. E. Stoeber, and Hattle Weisbrod, Phyllis Snyder Gives Party— In honor of her sixth birthday Phyllis Snyder entertained six playmates at the Methodist parsonage last Thursday afternoon: Betty. Jean Schwartz, Dora Glaus, Ardis Zwiefel, Betty Ann Meyer, Ethel Weisbrod, and La Vonne Newel, Methodist Aid Clears $52.75— The Methodist Aid met Friday afternoon at the church, with Mesdames Arthur Bolght, Kate Newel, R F Laabs, and Walter Wlddel as hostesses. The treasurer reported $52.75 cleared at the recent Epworth League convention. Kitchen Shower is planned- Relatives and friends plan a kitchen shower for Mrs. Leo them. Mrs/ J. T. Waite and her son John left last Thursday''for Duluth for three weeks with the former's mother. Mrs. Heiclen, and sisters, Mrs. Emma Cherney ana Carrie Heiden. Mrs. AV. W. Boettcher and her children, Marilyn and Billie, accompanied Charles Schemmel to Calmar Friday evening for a few days with relatives. Mrs. C. W. Laurltzen, Whlt-te- more, her daughter Verdell, and an- uther daughter, Mrs. C. V. Wolfe, Klemme, I'isited Fenton friends last Thursday. Fenton, June 23—Attempting to crank a car one day last week Oscar, .son of Andrew Berkland, south of town, suffered a fractured wrist. Elsie Bleckwenn spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Theadora Bleckwenn. She is employed at the Elk Cleaners shop at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. John Arbogast got home last week from a week with Mr. 'Arboga.st''s 'sister, Mrs. Charles Earnhardt, High Lake. Harold Newel came home last Thursday, after having helped his uncle, Lester Johnson, on a farm near Bancroft a week. I Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weisb:-od visited at the Forrest Whlsler and Glen Haase homes at Woolstock Sunday. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and Ella Dreyer attended a 4-H club . short course at Ames last week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wolfe, of Klemme, were supper guests at Wj R. Wolfe's Sunday. The.F. H. Bohn and A. J. Krause families spent Sunday at Edw. Dehnert's, Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ramsey. Belmond, visited Friday at the Rev. GrolK's Move to Waterloo- Mr, and Mrs. P.. W. Grobe, who had been at Mason City for several years, recently moved to Waterloo, where Mr. Grobe Is employed with the AVarren Motor Co. is the eldest daughter Mrs. A. McLean. Mrs. Grobe of Mr. and White Cross Work Done— The Missionary society met Friday at the Annex, and the afternoon was spent at White Cross work. A. 5 o'clock luncheon was served Ivy thf hostess. Six dollars and fifty donts was taken in. Cranks Car; Wrenches Hack— / Forbus Stiltz Injured his back Saturday morning while he was cranking his car. He was taken to an Algona physician, who reported a vertebra out of place. Nastoidltis Patient Improving— Mrs. Wiliam Gro'nbach, who has been suffering for several days from a gathering in one of her mastoid cavities, is somewhat better. Mrs. James Ard has been caring for her. May Move to Sioux City— Mrs. Roy Blythe, Chicago, writes relatives here that the family is for the fi rst tlme Sunday John's Catholic church be/ 1 2! We] P a" 1 * Bernlce Wii J L^ ss Wilhelmi j s the young. o£p '' s is a son of -Mrs; owns j. H. operates the ce and the Welp Hatch-. 8 ; ne wedding will take Place •Rowlet Ne umari and Edgar Schmidt this week Thursday at Mrs. J. T. Snyder's John Bailey left Sunday for Whlttemore to help Carl Ehert on the farm. Wilma Allsup, Graettinger, visited last week at E. C. Fauerby's. FIRE STARTED BY LIGHTNING AT IRVINGTON Irvington, June 23—This vicinity was visited by severe thunder storms Sunday night at frequent intervals. -At 4 o'clock Monday morning the house owned by Roy Blythe and now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. I Tony Sorenson cwas struck by j lightning. A blaze immediately started and spread, and considerable damage was done before townmen who were working to extinguish the blaze succeeded. The fire truck from Algona was called but did no; arrive until the fire was out. The roof and chimney will need much repairing as will also some parts of the walls. It is reported that the Sorensons felt the shock of the jlightning when it struck the house, but did not kno.w the roof was on fire till told by neighbors. A trans- L. Leo Mueller's, west of town. Schmidts recently lost The their How's i Your Haying Equipment? Is it ready for the season? Haying has to be done in a hurry. Faulty machinery may cause delay if a shower comes up inopportunely. Have Your Repairs Made Now We also build hayracks to ordeiv 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. iat R> " mai W e d Monday mom- i «• John's Catholic church The Rt. The bride Mrs, jos. J. D. is a n who the past t w o years employed at the 4. h theDejtering Garage. returning from 'in trip 1 north " v J?y an Illlnoja <#y and *"f> Jansen car was them "? an ln the. .^..^me, # e he t « home and most o£ their household furnishings by fire. Aunt ol Dennis Smith Di 6 *— , Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith left by car for Graham, Mo., last week- Tuesday to attend the funeral -of Mr. Smith's aunt, Mrs. Liza Johnson, whp died following a paralytic strioke. They got home last Thursday. Brother of Mrs. F. C. Bailey Hi- Banker and Mrs. F. C Bailey, with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grappa, Whlttemore, drove to St. Paul last week Tuesday to see a br ° thel : J* Mrs. Bailey who is seriously ill m a hospital. • Mrs. S. B. Frost is Sick— , Mrs. S. B. Frost has been sick with rheumatism and has been under the care of the local doctor- 'and was rlcU»£ asleep, Qtjier Fenton Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rean entertained *t dinner Sunday the I^aurence , Mrs. Wil%m Davis, two , eWl- and Edna Bitter, all ofHum Mr. and Mr,. Ralph Verne; Mr. an4 Mrs. , AUfow th, Wallace ruver; an<J tb* W. 0. The Life of Your Picnic or Party~ It refreshes you, appeases your hunger. It will Sate you, pep you up, after your sport activities. A dish of our delicious Home Made Ice Cr^am after that gome of golf or tennis will put »ew life in you. Order a^uart,y ? gallon, or gallon, at The Algonquin. IT WJWU FI44/T3KE} j;> i **f* w T-Y 1 ^ T'\«°C.,. vl -_ iftmton re3we&>%! ALGONQUIN CONFECTIONERY ^ y OB 0J5T1MIR ICE CREAM ^Jrft ** 'H* ^P HWWlpPfli I^F^^^«l*iBlRS^™ ICE CBEAM MA1PH m CMAH —if Brings You— Real opportunities for savings in the merchandise you heed for immediate use! Read Carefully— Every paragraph on this page. There's sure to be something you want among these values. Batistes and Lawns, 2 yards Select your summer dresses from these flowered ba- tistes and lawns. Regular 29c to 49c values. Towels Excellent quality' Turkish 45c towels on sale in June event, 2 for_ Men's Work Shirts You'.ll find Grar ham's work shirts are of better materials, full cut to assure comfort and fit, they're lower priced. Shirts and Shorts Men's shorts of fast colored broadcloth i n fancy stripe patterns. Novelty ribbed athletic shirts. Each, Rayon Undergarments Are featured* in this June sale at lower prices. The quality fabrics in these bloomers , step-ins, briefs, and vests, make them real values at Marquisette Panels This low, price does ,not indicate the real worth of these curtains. When you see them you will realize they are low priced. Enamelware and Odd Lots Tray Sets Decorated tray sets, complete with tumbler tray, and 6 tumblers ___. Princess Slips 45c Children's ,and women's princess slips in wanted fabrics for summer dresses featured in the June sale at lower prices. Linen Toweling, 3 yards Featured on special tables. Water pails, convex kettles, cpffee pots, dish pans, cream parts, milk strainers, Savory sifters, | etc. ». Bowl Sets Green beater bowl and dasher beater with heavy one-piece cover. Regular $1 seller _ Oil Mops Triangle shape improved oil mops, padded corners. Regular 75c value, priced in the June sale —__ Salad Set To-piece glass salad sets, clear crystal glass in green and rose. AC** Special at __, *tt)G Mirror 14x7 inch heavy plate Venetian mirrors, scalloped edge, hand etched. A remarkable A EH value for , *f wC Green Trimmed Enamelware Ivory finish. . " ' • Two big values, special for the June sale. 14 quart Dish Pans '10 quart Water Pails 45c 45c Stevens all - linen toweling in bleached or brown at a very special price during this event. Women's Union Suits Make your selections from these high - grade women's ribbed unions. Three styles to select from. Regular and extra sizes. Turkish Towels, 6 for Replenish your home needs with these June towel bargain values. Towels like these are sure to interest every woman. Percolator and Kettle Special purch a s e, and sale of aluminum, 6 quart convex kettle and 3 quart percolator on sale Thursday, 45e each. Collar and Cuff Set* Dainty lace and organdy collar and' cuff sets. Featured in the Jane Sale at special prices.. v Feature^ June gale, Apron* special |n tfce IF^Wwl 1 ^^ * 4Wr^VWp!PWH

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