Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 30, 1931 · Page 9
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KOSStJTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IO\VA dished Plate and Ion-Shatter Glass— OUR PRICES ,ARE LOWER a ftt jgfaction guarantee! or money refunded. JOEGREENBERG For Service ' . f Hot Weather is hard on wearing apparel—• pquent dry cleaning does won- [ders in keeping your clothes looking like new ! Have your hat cleaned and re blocked lodern Dry Cleaners PHONE 537 \Vsed Cars Bargain Prices 1981 Chevrolet coiipe $475 1980 Ford coupe $395 1980 Ford Tudor , $395 1929 Ford. Tudor $295 1929 Ford coupe $275 Also a 1931 Ford Tudor Demonstrator at a good [discount. Can arrange easy payments on the new Ford an of Finance, which is the lowest obtainable. IKENT MOTOR co. kone 434 AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa Service— —Sales PAQEN1NH J. H, 6RQVER, BURT VETERAN, 93 YEARS OLD Boy, Pony & Dog Off tor Ideal Jaunt Burt, July 28 — Monday was J. H. Grovcr's 93rd birthday, and on Sunday in honor oC the event a family gathering was held on the old Grovor homestead farm, now occU' pled by W. E. Orovor. Those attending were Mr. Grover and daughter Marie, the- Ray Grover family, Des Moines, Dr. and Mrs. Wallace, Algona, the Grant Fairbanks family, Mrs. Vcrald Smith and two children, Milwaukee, Mrs. Roy Fitch, St. Cloud, Minn., and Blanch Bur- gcson, Fort Dodge. Mr. Grover is Burl's last Civil War veteran and In spite of his S3 years is still quite active. Mrs. Van VranUin Has Birthday—* Sunday was Mrs. H. S. Van Vran- kin's birthday and on Saturday a number of her relatives came to help her celebrate the occasion. Those attending were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Jorstead, Mr. and Mrs. Knudson, Boettcher, Mrs. John" Malmangyr, daughter Phyllis, all of Story City, Mrs. Max Hardy, Seattle, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs, A. B. Rosenberger, Esthervllle. Surprise for Landlord Vinans— Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Belfert and P. A. Olson, Mrs. Josle Mr. and Mrs. H. J. '(Held from last week.) A boy, a dog, and a pony left A.lgona In the early morning last week Wednesday for Armstrong to spend two weeks at a paradise for boys, dogs, and ponies— a farm. The boy was Donald Akre, the dog was his large bulldog, Pug, and the pony Is familiar to Algonlans. Thursday afternoon the boy telephoned his mother, Mrs. Thos. Akre, that all three had arrived at their destination.. They spent Wednesday nignt at a farm near Fenton, proceeding next morning to Armstrong. The pony was hitched to a little two-wheeled cart covered with thin cloth for a shade. Pug rode part of the time, but often got down to Investigate, the countryside. Mrs. Smith's parents, the W. E Gravers. Mr, and Mrs. Albert Blelch Spring Valley, Minn., were weeh end visitors at the W. E. Blelc home. Wendell Rlngsdorf celebrated daughter Minn,. Mr. Katherlne, Sherburn, and Mrs. Jos. Halnes, Albert Lea, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robinson and sister, Miss Foster, Armstrong, and Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle ware Sunday supper guests at the M. L. Vinaas home. The affair was a surprise on Mr. Vinaas. The Selferts, Halnes, Robinsons and Vlnooses were friends many years ago at Ceylon, Minn. Visit Former Hurt Teacher— Mrs. Maude Hanna and son Charles and Mrs. Mary McDonald visited at the Elmer Nelson home in Fort Dodge last week Wednesday. Mrs. Will Clancy, El Centre, Calif., was a guest there also. She was formerly Edna Granner and taught in the school here a number of years ago. OTI lor 1*ur to Colorado— Lura.'Sewick and her cousin, Mrs. Lillian Moring, Freeport, 111., went to Rock Valley last Thursday. Here they joined the Albert Bewick family and all left for a trip to Colorado. They expected to visit Denver and the M. I. Allen family at .Jnlesbtrrg, Colo. "Leave for Week of Fishing— Mrs. Maude Hanna and son Charles leave this week Tuesday for 33rainerd, Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reid and daughter Irma, Ames, and Walter Hanna, Newton, for a week's fishing trip. NEWS * .. of Our .. Neighbors Burt LAKOTA'S SAUERKRAUT DAY FIXED FOR AUGUST 29— LAKOTA — A meeting was held Friday evening at the town hall to [>lun for Lakota's annual Sauerkraut day Saturday, August 20. Dr. t-I. H. Murray was named chairman; Raymond Smith, secretary; Harold Pierco will have charge of concessions. birthday Saturday afternoon by en tertaining little friends at a party The C. A. Merriflelds, Algono and the C. S. Coffins visited Fal mont and Interlaken 'Park Sunday The U and I Circle met last wee Tuesday at Mrs. Elza Woltz's; Mra H. A. Salisbury, assisting hostess. Mrs. Josephine Sharp and the ' C. Sandersons visited Mrs. Sharp daughter at Livermore Sunday. ' Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle went to Cedar Rapids Friday to visit her parents, the W. F. Mains. Mary Beth Coffin spent from Thursday to Saturday* with the Gibbons children at Fenton. Pauline Moore visited over Sunday with |her grandmother, Mrs. Raney, at Algona. Lottie Hawcott is spending this week at the G rover Reed home near Whlttemore. Verle and Harriet Looft spent last week with their grandmother at Swea City. Phanetta Farwell, Du Bois, Neb., is visiting her uncle, J. W. Dor- ranee. (He.'d from last week.) FARMERS NEAR PAUIXINA STACK OATS FOR HAY— WHITTEMORE — Arthur Hei- demvlth, representing the Lutheran Aid association, worked the territory neighboring Paulllna, Germantown, Remsen, and Kingsley early in July. He was accompanied to that part of the state by H. "W. Behnke, local Lutheran school head, and Mrs. Behnke, who visited F. W. Rochlitz, Germantown parochial school head, and Mrs. Rochlitz. Messrs. Behnke and Rochlitz were college classmates. Mr. Heldenwlth reported the oat crop in that section so light that many farmers cut and stacked their oats for hay. Grasshoppers had damaged crops on some farms. That section has had little rain thia season. (Held from last week.) OATS AT SWEA CITY YIELDING 85 BUSHELS— SWEA CITY—The first threshing reported in this Immediate neighborhood was at the W. H. Warner farm, east of town. Oats are reported good, weighing out about 35 Ibs. to bushel, with a yield of 35 to 40 bushels to the acre. (Held from last week.) FORMER WHITTEMORE BOY WEDS AT EMMETSBURG— WHITTEMORE — Robert Kliegl and Loretta Korleskl were married • [Held From Last; Week.] C. J. Whitney took Mrs. Forest Scott and her son Dean, who had visited the Whltneys and the C. E. Longneckers, to their home at Maxwell last Thursday. Zola Shipler, who had visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Rlngsdorf, returned to her home at Maxwall with them. Eva Whitney and J. H. Grahanf attended services at the Methodist campgrounds at the Okobojls Sunday. Mrs. Graham, who had spent several days with her sister, Mrs. R. I. Iliff, Spirit Lake, returned with them. Mrs. John Mesing, Hanover, Has., Mrs. Rebecca McDonald, and Mrs. E. ,1. Murtagh, Algona, and Mrs. Gertie Thompson spent last Thursday at L. D. Hodgson's. Mrs. Mesing's husband once ran a Jewelry shop here. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Carroll and their' three daughter left Friday for their home at Afton, N; Y., after nearly a week with the George Carrolls and G. J. F. Vogels. P. L. Dremmel left Tuesday for Aurora, 111., to visit his son Floyd, and will bring home the elder Mrs. Dremmel, who has been there eev- erai weeks. Clarence Hansen, who had spent a couple of weeks with his father, J. K. Hansen, and other Burt relatives, left Sunday for his home at Hawarden. A. Bettin and his son Fernley went to Charles City Sunday and brought home Norma Bettin, who Sunday at Fotneroy, visiting the Albert Smiths, who recently returned from a visit with Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. Opal Wheeler, Fredericksburg, Fla. Mrs. Smith was formerly Doris wheeler. * Mrs. ,T. K. Telcamp's sister, Mrs. T. H. Mclllrath, Grinnell, and 'the latter's daughter came last week and took the women's father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bloom, home for a visit. The Blooms live with Mrs. Telcamp. Glen and Delores Weinbarger, Buffalo Center, and Irene Rippentrop, Elmore, visited their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Bruer, last week. The Enters took them home Sunday. The Ward Dawsons, Excelsior, Minn., spent last week with Mrs. Dawson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Smith, leaving Sunday for Au rella to visit Ward's mother. The Robert Hamiltons with the T. A. Wilsons, Buffalo Center, spent a week at "Spirit Lake at the Hamilton cottage, and attended a Knights Templar conclave. The Peter Koppens have . been with their daughter, Mrs. George Higglns, near Tltonka, while her husband was in a hospital at Knox ville. The Harold Pierces drove to Winnebago, Minn., Sunday' and on the way home visited Mrs. .piercers cousin near that town. Mr. and Mrs. William Keinitz went to Minneapolis Sunday to spend the t day with relatives. Little Philip Hansen, Forest City, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. H. H. Murray. , The Harold Madeskes, Elmore, visited the James Bruers Sunday. Cretco (H«ld from last week Messrs, and Mesdames JTrailft Verne, and D. A. Teeter, with the latter's sons Clifford and BonalA, attended the funeral' -of Mrs; FraflS Teeter's father, J. P. Larson, Pllim Creek township, from the Doan MothodlBt church a week ago Sunday. Archie McDanlels, Sioux Rapid*, was a caller last week Wednesday at the E. C. Potter and D. D. Spark* homes. Hazel Potter resumed her duties Monday at the Kossuth County State bank, after a two weeks vacation. Mrs. F. L. Miller's birthday was last week Monday, and In honor of the event all the children arrived at her home, bringing well-filled baskets and. completely surprised her. They were: Dolph, at home, Messra. and Mesdames Ed Wilkins, L. I* Wellendorf, G. L. Miller, P. E. Bartholomew, and L. H. Crawford. Monday, July at Emmetsburg, Kearns Home from the East— W. T). Kearns got home last week "Wednesday from several months with relatives in the south and hie 'ch'ilQren at- New York City and Chi- 'cago. 'His son Hobsori", Chicago, and Hobson's wife brought him home. Washing Machine SALE Starting August 1, and continuing until August 15 3E—Six months supply of Rinzo Soap with every washer sold during this sale. is the time to buy an electric washing machine at a big saving. iKohlhaas Hardware Maybclle Clifton Plans College— The Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifton and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gray and daughter Maybelle went to Sioux City last week . Tuesday to make arrangements for Maybelle's entering Morningside college this fall. Birthday Shower is Given— July 25 was Mrs. E. O. Chipman's birthday and her friends reminded her of the fact by showering her ALGONA rATTIN • «^ Old Fashioned! Ineffective! Unsanitary! Messy! fcontof date. Cn»h. with 'birthday cards. Mrs. Chip•man has been confined to her bed for more than a year. Pastor Visits in Minnesota— The Rev. and Mrs. L. Richmanu and daughter Margaret left Sunday afternoon for Wheaton, Minn., •where 'they are spending a week with Mrs. iRichmann's mother. Arthur "Leason Buys Home— Arthur Leason recently bought the former O. H. Schmidt house, now occupied by the J. T. Heaneys. The "Leasons will not move into the'ir new home until spring. Catholic Church is Redecorated— - The Powers brothers are at Graettinger Sh'is Week, where they are gflffing the dome, painting woodwork and washing the walls of the Cafhotie <iihurch. Doctor Peters Visiting Son— Dr. W. 'T. Peters left last week Monday Jtor iCoulee,. Waeb., to visit his son Russell. Dr. M. J. Bourne IB caring Sor Doctor Peters' practice. Cncle of J. "E. Thoreson Dies— The J. B. Thoresons were .called to Ellsworth Friday by the death of an uncle of, Mr.'Thoreson. They re turned Simflziy- • Other Quit News. Mrs. Howard Patterson and two sons, Billings, Mont., arrived last Wednesday for a 'Visit at the Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson home. Mr. and Mrs. W. 3. Mackay, (Pipestone, Mrs. Derral also visited last"week" at the Patterson home. On Sunday her two grand-children, Vln- TWO PRIESTS ARE GUESTS OF PRIEST AT STJIENEDICT St. Benedict, la., July 28 — The Rev. FatheriL. Anthofer, of Roselle, and the Rev. A. J. Arndorfer, Charter Oak, spent last week Tuesday evening with the Rev. B. H. Loeffelholz, and all three attended Bancroft ceremonies at which the Rt. Rev. Father J. D.^FIsch, of the Bancroft Catholic church, was raised to monslgnor by Bishop .Heelan, of Sioux City. The services began at 10 o'clock, and afterwards dinner was served to llfl prleste. The services were largely attended by out- of-town people, Including a nuinber of St. Benedict folks. Sliower Honors Gusta Germnwn— Amelia, Wilrim, and Lenore Arndorfer, Veronica Dietz, and Mrs. E. T. ATnaorfer attended a kitchen shower, last Thursday afternoon In honor of Gnsta Germann, of Blue Earth, wno was married July IB. She Is the -youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob 'Germarm. Out TIclQ BcportfiQ Good— All farmers here; are In the midst of threshing. Some finished cuttjpg their •gram -only last -weelc. The oats are turning out well. If there Isn't rain before long the corn will he injured. the Rev. Father Thoren officiating and saying a nuptial mass. Lawrence Korleskl and Marcella Goeders were attendants. The bride, who is a* daughter of Mrs. Frank Korleski, Emmetsburg, was graduated from .the Emmetsburg high school in 1827 and then taught a rural school west of that town two years. Mr. Kliegl, who is a son of Joseph Kliegl, northwest of Whittemore, is In the employ of the Bauck Construction company. , After a wedding trip to Minneapolis, had spent several weeks there with relatives. The J. W. Elliots visited relatives! at Spirit Lake last Thursday. They j took their daughter Marguerite to the Epworth League institute. Lloyd Vinaas went to Chicago Saturday night to attend a ball game Sunday. He was guest of the Worch Cigar company. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bisby, Everett, Wash., who had spent ten days at the G. C. Giddings home, left last week Wednesday. Mr, and Mrs. H. A. Whitehill returned last week Wednesday from a ten days visit with relatives at Saux City, Wis. La Vonne and Margaret Ringsdorf visited from Thursday to Saturday with their teacher, Miss 'Lynch, Ledyard. Lois Polhemus came Sunday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Polhemus. She Is employed in Chicago. Mrs. Hugh Raney, Algona, has been spending a few days with her YIELD TO CHINESE ,.H E R B Don't suffer another mlnuU tlind, Itching, protruding or bleeds Ing' piles without testing the neweatl and fastest acting treatment.out, Dr. Chlnaroid, fortified .Wltg rare, Imported Chinese Herb, wltfei amazing power to reduce' swollen tissues, brings ease and comfort la a. few minutes, enabling you to world and enjoy life while it continues Itfl soothing, healing action. Don't d*« lay. Act in time to avoid a danger* cua and costly operation. Try: Dr> your money, back. E. W. LU8BV8 DBC6 8TOBB the couple began housekeeping at Emmetsburg. (Held from last week,.) UNIQUE MUSICAL, CONTEST HEL.D AT IiEDYARD— LEDYARD — An accordion-harmonica contest after the "band concert July lllth was a great success. Four persons, entered the accordion contest, Frea Menke winning the first prize of $2, and TVed Junker- mler, second, one dollar. ,The harmonica contestants were mostly children: Gordon JoTgenson, Henry Rieffer, George Patterson, Muriel Reece, and Cleo Galile. Gordo^won first prize, ,50c, and each of the others were given 2oc. The prizes were provided by the band. daughter, Mrs. Robert Moore. Amber Mann returned Saturday from Iowa City, where she attended summer school. The Geo. L. Gray family attended a family reunion at Emmetsburg Sunday. Mrs. Charles Phelps and her eon Willard spent Friday at the Oko- bojis. Lakota Lone Rock J Arm-wearing chases after lone in*e<*s ve now changed to e££ wholesale laboratory batch of FI.Y- Minn., and Mr. and Mackay, Van Meter, Mu.oftM. Helen and Junior Beresford, ton, arrived for a visit with Mrs. Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Volentlne left Saturday for 'Nora Springs, where they are spending a week with Mrs. Volentine's mother, Mrs. Noah, who lived near Burt many years ago. . Mrs. Gertie Thompson will entertain the Presbyterian Mite society this week Wednesday; Mrs. May me Hoflue and Mrs. Lloyd Elston, assisting hostesses. The Ira ToOthmans, Waterloo, CAN visite4 a couple of days last week at Eai-1 Toothman's, and from here went to visit a daughter at Benson, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Aage Anderson, Waterloo, arrjved the en <* ot Jast week for a visit with Mrs. Anderson's mother, Mrs. Tillie Dexter. The J. G. and H. G. A, Sewicks and the latters' guest, Mrs. John Wagner, Freeport, HI., visited the grot,to at West Bend, Sunday. The Peter Looft and Paul Dett. man families were Sunday dinner guests at the aPred Rasmussea how« at M^Shta. C. F. Whalen and son Juwnte went to Sioux City Saturday to visit Mr. Whalen> mother Sisters Come from Consent— Three sisters from the St. "Francis convent at TJubuque 'have returned from their vacation, Two were "here last year a-nd the other Is a new teacher. • • Al Bosenmej-er A-ppenfllx Otit— , Al Rosenmeyer was operated on laet Thursday evening for acute appendicitis, and Is recovering rapidly. Knntels TVelcome lltti CMM— Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kurikel are parents of a 6%-lb. "boy, "born last week Tuesday morning, their llth child. Other St. Benedict. Persons here who spent Sunday at Clear' Lafce were the E. F, Ratlins, who were accompanied "by Eleanor Rahm, the Isadore Elseribarths, who were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Arndorfer, and Amelia and Lenore Arndorfer and' Veronica Dietz, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Groble, their two children, and Mrs. John W*n- kel, Chicago, with Mrs. Henry Wln- kel, of Meyer, la,, spent a few days last week at Mr. and Mrs, John M, Witte's. Mrs. Everett Steuesy, her children, and her mother, Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer, of Clear Lake, spent Sunday with local relatives and friends. Julia Schilmoeller, R. N, at Algona, spent a few days last week with Amelia Arndorfer here relatives at Wesley. Mrs. William Arndorfer Is able to be up and around again, after having been sick a week or more with rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Smith and William Smith were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marso Sunday, Mrs. G. G. Studer and Leonard Studer drove to Austin, Minn., Monday on business. Mrs. Dan Froelich entertained the Larkin club at its last meeting. • Veronica Diet?, Charter Oak, Is visiting Lenore Arndorfer. Ledyard Mrs. C. P. Nlerlins, Waukon, sis ter-in-law of Mrs. M. Tillmoney spert Sunday here. Mrs. Edward Knoner went to Mason City last Thursday to «av< her eyes treated. Glenn Dyer came, home Sunda; from a roonth with his grai» d P»r ents at Cylinder, Ralph Campbells, of iseneca spent Sunday at the parenjtal Ed Campbell's- sister, • and W- aon [Held From Last Week.] The Genric'hes went to Humboldt last wee"k Thursday to see a nephew of Mr. Genrich w'ho recently suffered a nervous breakdo\yn. Mainerd remained to help on the farm. John Flynn, Detroit, is, expected here Monday to join his wife and cnlldren, who have been visiting the last three -weeks at Mrs. Plynn's parents, the J. M. Blanchards. The Jack Quinns drove to Pipestone -to -visit Mrs. Quinn's father. Mrs. Quinn and children will remain nt'fl school starts. Mr. Qiiinn re- urned Sunday evening. The Alex and Alfred Kruegers at- mded a .surprise-birthday party at Clarence. Thesfeld's at Fenton Sun- ay evening in 'honor of Theodore Crueger. John Sprarik 'is able to return to Is Job again as mail carrier. He as "been quite ill for some weeks nd had an operation at Mankato. The famous Brick Tops, red-hair- d girls from :New York who played n engagement here last year, will eturn Monday night, August 3. Frederick Schultz 'had a sudden ttack of "kidney stones Friday light. He na» recovered nicely at hte writing. • Mr. and Mrs. William Leeper went > Albert Lea Sunday to see Mr. ,eeper's aged lather, who Is eerl- usly 111. The first to start threshing In this leighborhood is Otto Jensen, who vill thresh th}s week Tuesday. Joseph Elvldge and brother Will, f Burt, vtelted relatives at Rowley >aturday and back Monday. Harold Krueger, who haa "been visiting relatives -here for a week, eturned to Fenton Friday. Mr. and Mrs: Clinton Gushing, of iwea City, were entertained Sun- ; ay at Harry Rahn's, Mr. and Mrs. B. Ackerman and hildren Sundayed at Raymond Sei- ert's at Irvington. Mrs. Fred Genrich and children eturned from Welcome, Minn., laet veek Wednesday'- Delbert Sharp, who is hauling gravel at Jefferspn, spent Sunday at icroe. . Elvidge and Radig shipped a double car of hogs to Pittsburgh Satur- lay. • Mrs. Watson Shick will entertain he Mite society next week Thurs- lay. Florence Yager, of Calmar,. spent ast week with, friends here. Henry Mftnus, of Burt, spent Sunday at the Chas. Morrises, ' . ' [Held From Last Week.] Gertrude Wortman, attending summer school at Cedar Falls, drovi home Friday to spend the week-em with her" parents, Mr. and Mrs William Wortman. Four othe girls traveled with her aiyl stoppe at their respective home on the way They all returned Sunday. The A. Q. Smiths entertained th daughter, Mrs. Roy Farrington, o Montgomery, her family, and th daughter, Mrs- Otto Koppen, La kota, and her family Sunday. Sal urday was Emory Smith's birthda and the event was celebrated. Mrs. Frank Krall entertained he sister, Mrs. B. W. Humphrey, Hopkinton, and the latter's' daugh ter last week. They left for horn Sunday. Mrs. Guy Beemer, Mr' Krall, and the latter's guests spen last week Tuesday at Algona. 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