Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 13, 1931 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 13, 1931
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) . - . - Mta SPECIAL JUBILEE OFFER... to all who purchase ""., Frigidaire now! • • • Interesting demonstrations ATTRACTIVE SOUVENIRS 4-H GIRLS IN ANNUAL MEET AT BANCROFT Bancroft, Aug. 11 _ The 4-H CIul County Achievement Day was held at the public school .here last week Wednesday afternoon. Most of Kossuth County's 305 members were present. The following officers were elected: Com Mae Masrerson, Lu Verne, president; Margaret Laabs, Burt. vice president; Mnry Qlsch, Union, secretary and treasurer, and Irene Zielsfce. Iiedynd, historian. The delegates to the state fair were elected. Mary aisch, Union, and Alice Payne, Algona, were selected for the demonstration team. Thoy will alter a standard sleeve pattern for three types. Francis Kuchynka won first i n health and if she is not able to attend the fair Dorothy Christensen, Swea City, will go as alternate. Heln Hagge, bedyiml, won first in the style show modeling an Informal party dress. The judging team was from Fenton. Mrs. L. CJisch. Union, county chairman will -attend the state fair with the girls. iiBlm.lil li i i .--COMING TO STATE FAIR I As a fitting celebration of Frigid- aire's fifteenth anniversary, we have prepared an unusually interesting program. Be our guest. You will sec a dramatic demonstration of the enduring qualities of Frigidaire Porcelain. You will also see how the Quickube Tray enables you to remove ice cubes at the touch of a finger—how the Cold Control makes possible a wider variety of frozen desserts. And during this demonstration we are offering Frigidaire for a very small first payment—the balance to suit your convenience. r,oe-loii "Aux" iii Comity Meet— The American Legion Auxiliary •held its county meeting last week Tuesday afternoon In the Baptist church basement here. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. L. J. .Mouse], president of the Auxiliary here, and then turned over to the county chairman, Mrs. F. H. Webster, Algona. At the .meeting were 110 county members. The following officers wore elected; Mrs. Scbenck, Hurt, county chairman; Mrs. A. J. IX-nton. Titonka, vice chairman; Mrs. Honacker, Titonka, secretary, and Airs. Peterson, Swea City, treasurer. A short program was Riven, including a rending by Helen Bryden und u musical duet by Antion- ettc Hart and Frank Bilker, accompanied by Mary Ford. The local committee served lunch at the close of the meeting. Out-of-county guests consisted of th c entire official staff of Fort Dodge and Mrs. Jess Under- koflcr Mini Mrs. Sigler of Britt. *lh Jay 4 SloineV IttM wk^&ftwtam, • < i • t ' «• FatW^turm went 'b Mliford Monday io attend A JUbllee, cel'ebra- tlon honoring- that town's prlelrt.' Alta and Ruth Murray, Suttald Center, Si»nt last week at their uncle William Flynn's. Whe A. E. Lfttirltzens went to Klemme last Thursday to visit A. .T_Lii d w **tnG fupnnminvt t went tb;;Kno*vllIe to „«„,„ „ „... * reunion' of the Moore* ftftrf tfin at Mrs. johhsort's partmts, the E.'s parents. Lebn Worden'a family, of 'Granada, Sunday here. sister And . her .Minn., spent Mrs, Marie Carstan, Chicago, and her son Fred are Visiting Mrs. John Looft. The Rev. Father Sturm was Minneapolis last week Tuesday. at The Howard Maynes were at Clear Lake Sunday. "Bill" Wiemer spent the week-end at Redding. M0lleS ' s P eclal -Ayi a Uoii' 8 newest thrill, the and will be on view to the public throughout the pertofthe - ~- —-• " • J-rjfVL UiUUU home Sunday from Cylinder, where she visited her folks a few days. Esther Flynn went to Minneapolis \\ednesday after a ten day visit with the J. N. Merrills here. Miss I'lynn is on a month's vacation. in HiiUerniuker Visits in California- .,„ lllm lurs Mr. and Mrs. li. E. Theis. son pcrs, and five $ 1O Down EASY TERMS SPECIAL JUBILEE OFFER TO ALL WHO PURCHASE <4 specially designed luncheon service of Sparkling, band-etched glassware in the pew topaz color will be given to all who purchase Prtgiclaire during the Jubilee. FRIGIDAIRE A General Motors Value GUARANTEED FOR 3 YEARS A.'K, CLIFF UTILITY SHOP Old Modern Dry Clean, ors ItulMlng. IMIONB 791 Frank -N., and Mr. and Mrs. Llyod Gosxfitt, of Perry, took Mr. Theis to Boone Sunday, where he boarded a U-ain for Englewood. Calif., to visit hi.s daughter, Mrs. Earl Wotid- worth. He will visit i n California for a month. Mr. Theis is the local buttormakor and his son Frank N. Is taking care of the business during his absence. At Boone they also met the w. Textor family of 1'anora. Mrs. Textor Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theis and a -sister of Mrs. Clossett. 2 f!;inrrol'( Youths to Wocl— The banns o f matrimony W ere published fur the first time Sunday fit St. John's Catholic church between ICunice Studcr of Wesley and Isadnre Mousel. Tsudore is a son of tin- .1. P. Monxels who live on -the first farm south of Bancroft on the highway. Banns were also published for Florence Olberding of Arcadia and James Quinn. Mr. Quinn is a ."on or Mrs. Bridget Quinn and -has been employed at Arcadia the past two years. Eilltor Iliillnn S1I1I Improves— \Vor<| was received 'here Monday that R. E. Mutton, who was operated on at the Colonial hospital in Rochester a month ago for the removal of u kidney stone, was moved in the Carl ton hotel Saturday. Is employed in the city hospital Detroit ns a registered nurse. O'Hern. Sioux City, Mrs. ""ciyde" lord, Chicago, and their mother, Mrs. Peter Becker, were at Mason City Thursday with their son and brother Fred Becker. The John Williams, Mrs. Mary Segar a.nd Alice Grethan spent Sunday at Mallard with the Jake Gret- bans. Mary Gretihan, who spent last week here, went home with them Mr. and Mrs. William Klein, Hos- children spent the week-end with Mrs. Klein's sister and brother, Emma and Mike Hoffman. The Catholic missionary society will meet Thursday afternoon In St John's hall. time and extreme heat, and $40 was taken in at the door. Grading Gang Has Returned— Jule Seifert and his grading crew came back last week Wednesday, having finished work Bend. near West Other Ledyard. r Carpenter left Saturday to a few days at Cedar Raplds.and h is mother went as far as Mason n « «"" t0 Vl8it a cousl »D. B. Mayer and Marjorle also accompanied Blvin as far as Waterloo to. visit the former's parents, Mi. and Mrs. A. A. Dunham. Gus Neuenfeldt, of Alden, and a daughter came last Thursday to visit another daughter, Mrs. Zward Raymond Lattimer,' Cedar Rapids, is-visiting his grandmother, Mrs M L. Schiltz. MONEY TO LOAN —on— EASY TEIIMS BEADY CASH . SERVICE Wo loan vou money on a few minutes notice, in amounts from $00.00 to ?300. Phone or call on us, 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. HAWKEYE FINANCE CO. Represented by CUNNINGHAM & LACY 107 W. State Street. Phone 598 WEHLER Dot-tor of Optics l;lasses fitted. The finest Toric lenses, for near or far vision, sjiuc- ially fitted for you/- individual needs in fine frames. $8.50 Huurh •> tt. HI. Ul « p. Ill F, W, WEHlfB & CO. Attends Fellow 1'riest's Jubilee— The Right Rev. Monsignor J. D. Flsch went to Milford Monday to ittend the silver anniversary of the I'lev. Erward C. Meyers in the priest- iood. The Rev. K. C. Meyers has )een pastor of St. Joseph's Catholic church at Milford since IflOS), three years after he was ordained. Hamburger Shop is Opened— Fred Thatcher, Emmetsburg, >ha.s opened a hamburger, and short order stand in the building just east of thp Amei-iran Legion dance pavilion. The exterior and interior of the building were painted and it lias been named Fred's Inn. Mr. Thatcher lias a wife and one child. Four Have Tonsils Itemovoil— Miiurine and Joan Quinn, Lawrence J>oitering, a .nd Gerald Atenke had their tonsils removed at the Dr. J. A. "Devine office last week Wednesday morning. Dr. R. M. Wallace, Algona, assisted. Miss Mathson, of Fenton, cared for the Quinn girls a few days. Frank Droesslor Has Operation- Frank, oldest son of the Edward Droesslors, was operated on for appendicitis Sunday afternoon. ]>r. J. A. Devine was assisted by Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer of Algona, Miss Merrill is the nurse in charge WHITTEMORE LOSES GAME ATLEOYARD Ledyard, Aug. n — The North Kossuth nine defeated Whittemore, 11-3, Sunday o n the home diamond. Moulton and Warner were the local battery; Swanson and E. Kuecker and Balgeman for Whittemore. Ledyard scored six runs in the first inning, two in the second, two in the fourth, and one i n the fifth VUiittemoro scored one run in the fifth ajul two in the sixth. Hagge hit a home run , and Kramersmler had three triples to 'his credit. Green had a triple, a double, and a single Moulton allowed four hits, nine strikeouts, ;in d one walk. Swanson •allowed four hits, and had one •strikeout. K. Keucker allowed 11 hits and had five strikeouts. Automobile Victim is Recovering— Cecil Pingle, who, us reported last week, was hurt i n . an automobile accident a week ago Sunday at the Intel-taken gate entrance, had recovered enough to bo brought home last Thursday evening. He suffered a deep gash ov er one eye which it i-enun-ed seven stitches to close. The doctors were at first afraid of concussion of the brain, for during the fiMHt three .lays he was rational only lit times. He also suffered a four-cornered cut on top of his head and one arm was badly bruised He was up Saturday and walked around a little. Neuenfeldt ran the eral years. .uu in, oil station here f or sev- ^^^•^Aoo^tnA" bert and the Edw. Loofts 'attended a Looft reunion at Algona Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Moulton daughter Alice, -and Mr. and Mrs' Ernest Jones, Algona, went to the Rapidan to fish last week Tuesday Leon Worden's father, j B Worden Algona, visited him last week Wednesday, and the Gene Worden, Elmore, we re here the following day! ""•fr* 01 *^ CU1 " US TOS h™^ ,1,°™. h °, ^rmont hospital home Moulton in is h P - c « o it. helping with Uie housework Th e Methodist Aid will me et H baSOment this ' , an d covered dishes and sandwiches are to be taken Mewlames LaCoeur and Arpk«"of Ledyard, and Mrs . ' LAKOTANSGET THRILLS FROM 4-H PROGRAM Lafcota, Aug. II—A number from this vicinity , attended the 4-H Achievement day exercises at the Bancroft school house last week Wednesday. A large crowd attended, and spectators obtained a real thrill listening to, the girls put on demonstrations, make campaign speeches, Judge nrtioles- made and exhibited and watching the style show. Miss Brohn, of Ames, was the acting judge, and Muriel Body, H. D. A., and Mrs. Paul Krlethe, county chairman, were In charge. Cora Mae Masterson, of LIT Verne township, was elected president; the Dreyer girls, of Lotts Creek, formed the winning judging team to go to the state fair; Helen Hagge, of Ledyard, was chosen style show girl; and Frances Kuchynka, of Swea township, is county health girl. Pastor-Stiidcnt, Wife, In yislt— Mrs. William Hell and son Wll- lard and his wife, of Zearing, were guests of the J, H. AVarburtons last week. They spent Thursday at the Methodist camp at the Okobojis, returning in the evening. Both were students at Asbury college at WI1- more, Ky., last year, and were married at commencement time, expecting to locate in. Georgia. They changed their plans after a trip down there, and expect to attend Morningside college this year, and Willard hopes to get a student] charge. They left for home Friday afternoon. Two Children observe Birthdays— Little Blllie Hansen was four years old last week Wednesday and celebrated the event with an Ice -cream party in the evening. Mrs. Noble, Mrs. J. H. 'Warburton, the Gus Torines, Lorraine Smith, Bob Clemans, Marie Christensen and his grandparents, his aunts and uncles, the Bobos, were guests. • Marie Christensen was seven years old Friday and celebrated with a party for a dozen little friends in the afternoon. Jolinsons at Family Reunions— The Rev. and Mrs. Frank Johnson f.m. SUeS , ts -.^ aom ' Prt n*le. Knox- 13. C. Prlngles, The .TohlWofl* *1I be home thle week titid church services will be held as usual next Sunday. Hi' i[ Heetfonds Plcnlck at .,.„ Mrs. John Heertland and chlldre held a family reunion at the Am brose A. 'Call park at Algona Sun day. Those present were the Jerr Shutters, • West Send; Herber Fursts and C. t Daleys, of Clea Lake; A. Behrendfl, Algona, th George, John, and Jerry Hoetlands and Mrs. Heetland and daughte Hannah, of Lakota. The' numbe present totaled 50. 1'nitor'g Father In .Visit—' Guests at the Frank Johnsons las Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Rbs Mason, of Buhl, Idaho, and Mr. ant Mrs. M. H. Gorton and Marlon, anc the J. U. Johnsons, of Kanawha. J U. Johnson Is the Rev. Mr. John son's 'father, and Mrs. Mason and Mrs. Gorton are'sisters. Former Residents jffaJio Tlslt— Mrs. Kamman and two boys, of Sioux City, visited friends here lasi week. The Kammans formerly liyec here and the Rev. Mr. Kamman was pastor of the local Presbyterian church. They went from here" to Perry, and are now serving a Sioux City church. State Park and Pool Visited—, The Samuel Warburtons, of Swea City, their sons, Harry and William and the latter's wife, of Omaha, the Gus Torines, Mrs. Noble, and the J. H. Warburtons visited the Ambrose Call park and the swimming pool at Algona Sunday. Pfcnlck on Old Home Farm— The P. L. Koppens went to Lu Verne Sunday, and were joined by the Martin Beckers in a picnic dinner on the farm where they were born. In the afternoon they visited the Paul Fechriers at Lu Verne. Inkotn Wins from Thompson— Thompson and Lakota played ball k f.the Nwsdhittn*). e first «« the week ,to VMIt the otus TJ/ftv«s at fiuft, Mm. ThaVes is also a Slater of Mr, Smith, ' Mr. and Mrs. 'William Wai-burton <tf Omaha, wh6 are spending their vacation with his parents, the Samuel Warburtons at Swea Olty, \ ve re visitors of the .!.,«. Warburtons Saturday and of thfe Bus' Torines Monday. The Soyce Keesees, PaUl Porter, and Howard Pearson, of Ellsworth' wore Visitors at Harold Plerce's Sunday. Mr. Keesee Is Mrs. Fierce'"? brother, and they were on their way to Ada, Minn,, to visit relatives, Mrs. C. H. Smith returned last week Wednesday from a vacation trip to New Mexico. Mr. Smith remained for a longer visit, hoping the climate will benefit his health. Carl,' Lawrence/ and 'Agusta Bobo, Sylvfa Koppen, Lorraine Smith, and BoB demons went to the Okobpjls to attend the meeting held at the Methodist camp.' ' Bernice Winters ^returned Saturday to spend her vacation with her parents; the George Winters. Bernice works for the U. S.' Gypsum !ompany In Chicago, Emma antf Louise Thaves and La Von Johnson went to Minneapolis ast week on a business and pleasure rip. They returned Thursday. A number from Lakota attended he play, "Mrs. Tubbs of Shanty- own", given toy the Methodist AW it -Ledyard last Thursday. Mrs. W. K Ley, Betty ,anct .Timmie, spent last week visiting Mrs Ley's sister, Mrs. Albert Smith, at 'omeroy. • .'',•••• . The Ray Katies, the Henry Mltch- lls, and the Raymond Winters went o Goodell Sunday to visit relatives. Dn. and' Mrs. Williams visited Mrs Villiams' patents, the A. B. Ogrens! t Algona, Sunday. ' The August Christsr went to Arold's Park Sunday to attend 1 a fam- y reunibn.. ' March . "•one*: Oftl oe ( 28 " 7 . - — D. Shumway A - Phone 180, IlOCiJBs" Office ovor Rexall DrH T 7r °" 1COphone . J. Kciieflck, M. D., JEFFERSON BUS LINES ADDITIONAL SEKVICE —Between— MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL-BOCHESTBB . WATEHLOO DBS MOIJfES Westbound—Read Down EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1931. Daily P. M. 3:00 3:40 2:45 3:15 5:25 8:40 9:35 10:40 11:00 11:15 11:»0 12:00 12:15 12:30 Dally A. M. 7:00 7:40 7:45 7:00 6:45 11:50 12:45 1:55 2:15 2:30 2:45 3:15 3:30 3:45 Eaetbound—Read Up Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Minneapolis St. Paul Rochester Des Moines Waterloo Mason City Garner ALGOJfA Whittemore Cylinder Emmetsburg Ruthven ' Dickens Spencer Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Lv. Daily P-. M. 5:15 4:35 5:15 4:01 11:10 10:15 9:10 8:50' 8:35 8:20 7:50 7:35 7:20 Daily A. M. 1:20 12:40 12:25 ..'1:16. 8:00 7:05 6:50 5:30 5:15 6:00. 4:30 4:15 4:00 BUS DEPOT ALGONA HOTEL , ville, and' little-Marylin Moore c, i Physician and £??. lL?° h " Ga'braith 10, res. Physician and Office on South Dote, Phones: Office, 666; re s «l Algona, Iowa, - ---- 1 WALTEnFRASEB-ltil , w . Physician and Surgeo *| '>fflce in Quinby Bldg., Phone No. 12, DK. AV. D. _ Oateopathlc Physician and Eye, Ear, Nose, and Th X-ray. Office over Hub Recreation Phones: Office, '187; CHIKQPIUCTOB8I Mail a Want to Fill a Want I!. J. '„„„„ Palmer Graduate Chli fhlrteen year's successful" Office over State's ra.( Other Bancroft News. Frances und Regina Berens and Mrs. A. J. Berens went to Alta Saturday to visit a 'friend of Mrs IWrens. Frances and Regina were at Forest City Friday to visit Mrs Harold Weida. The Weidas lived lire two years ago when the paving on highway UGH W as laid. Mr Weida is manager of the paving being laid between Buffalo Center and Forest City now. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Tralnor, Owa,- tonna, Minn., visited the Paul Grames Sunday. Mrs. Troinor is sister of Mr. Grames. Mae Kauf»an, Owatonna, came with them to visit the Grames for a time. She is a. sister of Mrs. Grames. Mr. Grames opemtes the Grames grocery here. -Mrs. Clyde Ford re-turned to 'her home in Chicago Saturday after a veek with her mother, Mrs. Peter looker, and her sister, Mrs A H ?oth. Walter O'Hern and two children are spending another week Gerald McElroy Elected Towher— Friends her e are pleased to hear •that Gerald McElroy, former Ledyard athletic coach, will go to Palatine, 111., to teach this year. This is a suburb of Chicago and has a population of 2500. He will teach mathematics and history. Mr McElroy was at Mo-tt, N. D., last 'year and was re-elected, but wages were cut badly, so h e declined reelection and bad planned to go to school at Iowa City till lie received the Palatine offer. :S^iSSSSSSS3»r5--asW- HUB t-ows to pasture, etc. All such advnrtioi..., i- —,.„., „ " l lraae < y° n "want" to rent • boat* t" advertising by ""'"• Only 2c a Word Each Week No Insertion Less Than 20c a Week - We Do Not Charge Want Ads - St "»P'. Ca.h. or Check MUS^T Accompany Order Becker iei-e. she was Josephine jefore (her marriage. The G. D. Hurts, Alphonso Lens- gs und To m Garrys were dinner -uc-sts of the L. J. Nelsons, Algona, Sunday. The Nelsons returned re- en fly from a two weeks vacation Wisconsin and Minnesota, where csy visited their respective par. ent-s. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rogins, Chicago, and daughter Sofia are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Berens at the Peter Berens home. Sofia was eleven yt;,.s old Monday and eleven girls and f.nys in the neighborhood helped her /elebrate the occasion. Th« Henry Dyers', Ledyard, visited the M. J. pyers Sunday. Mr. . . Dyer operates a grocery store In Mrs. Ed w . Ilaivorson Nephew Dies The Edw. Halvorsons went to Rake Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Halvorson's -nephew, Lester Kallestad. The latter fell sick while he was threshing, an d next day was taken to an Albert Lea hospital., The cause of death was not definitely known, but was thought to be stomach paralysis. Attend State Highway Picnic- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly and De-lores Mayne, also the A F Schultz family, went to Storm Lakt last week Wednesday to attend the annual picnic of the state highway men. The highway commission has its own park there. lc e cream, pop merry-go-round rides, etc., w free, a nd 480 persons registered. Engelbys i n Family Reunion _ The third annual reunion of the Engelby family w as held at the Clear Lake state park Sunday, and attending from here were the oiaf and Clifton Engelbys. Olaf wias elected president for the coming year. The .J932 reunion will be held at the same place on the second Sunday in August. Hele n Hagg e \yins Honor— ' Helen Hagg e was elected delegate to the state fair as 4-H model at the 4-H girls' club Achievement day a t Bancroft last weefc Wednesday. Her dress won first, and she modeled other girls' dresses best. Aid's Play Draws Crowd— The play, Mrs, Tubbs of Shantytown, last Thursday night under the auspices of the Methodist Aid was well attended, considering the busy H Your Name g How many 3 THIS FORM AND L. M r . FOX Veterinarian West State Street, Phones: Office 475-W BUILDING COWA3f &SON General Contractors, r ,m Estimates Furnished. 5a Phones: Business, 639-J; MACHINISTS NORTON MACHINE Wfl_ ; Machinists and WeHenJ ierylce stock on Piston Rlnftl ' and Bearings. <West of Courthouse. Phwl PRODUCE SWIFT & COMPANI Cash Buyers. „ Poultry, Eggs, and Hid* : Matt Lamuth, Mgr, Phone 264. INSUlUJiCE K08SUTH COUNT! MOT IN8UJUNCE ASSOCIATIOI^ >ver $15,000,000 worth of I 'n force. A home company, tenure. J. 0. Faxson, THE AIGONA INSOBWdj AGENCY 0. B. la Darro Al Fi ' Reliable Ins. Service Phone 56, 7|ty, Property Loans. Insurance. Real , CUNNINGHAM * 1ACI 107 W. State St. Algo*I ,. _ .^-iryi.,!,, j --,-_.-,-. "* • JOE GREENBEBG New and used Auto Partt i Tires and Accessor!* Hides, Fur and Wool Algona, low. PIANO TUNHfO J. C. Colbiirn, Tuner 30 Years Experience, Military .Band Insta. """ 'Expert Service Guar; Uave orders Foster Furniture« or Phone 642, Algol* Phone 274 church. Mrs. Vern Barker will lead. The national topic Is "Missionary acore O f 12-3. ... How many „eeks is advertisement to run? , "" MIMEOGJAPi Half Rate, for . .'.as SBSK — — - ADVANC Philip Brady, "wlnSoi»r*(unn.,

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