Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1931 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 27, 1931
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PAGE FOtJtt KoflfltlTH COtJNft AOVANCS. At^ONAi THE NEW CQlernan |ror» with the TAPERED IRONING EDGE N OW the Instant Lighting Coleman Iron offers a brand-new convenience to make your ironing easier. A "Button-Bevel" on the scle- plate. Tapered at just the right slope for easy ironing around buttons, under pleats and along seams. A Coleman Iron banishes ironing day troubles . . . cuts your work one-third. Pointed heel... no wrinkling on the back stroke."- The always hot point... gracefully tapered ... slips easily into hard- to-get places. Makes and burns its own gas from regular untreated gasoline. Lights Instantly . . . just scratch a match and turn a valve. Iron Anywhere . . . No cords or connecting tubes. You can iron in cool comfort anywhere. In your coolest room or on the shaded porch. Body is porcelain enameled in blue,withJiandle to match. Nickel plated base. Come in and see it! NELSON HARDWARE Algona — Phone 274 EX-SOLDIER IS BURIED AT WHITTEMORE Whlttomoro. Aug. "~i —Funornl services for Ignatius Oappn, ot Triumph, Minn., wore held Saturdiiy at St. Michael's Catholic church. \Vhit- temore. Father F. .!. Krcbsbach, of Sherhtirn. Minn., nsslsti-d Fiitber William Volt. Mr. G:ippn [Hod last wei-k Tuesday at thp IT. S. Veterans hospital at Fort SnolliiiK. following an Illness of several .months. Two of liis slaters, Mrs. Fred Domek and Mrs. Thomas Ford and two brothers, Theodore' and Tony (!np;vi drove to the hospital last w.-oU Tuesday, but lie died brforc they reached his bedside. Mr. Gappa, a son nf Mr. and .Mrs. FiJank Gappa, of Whlttemnn-. wa« born In Fail-field township, P.-ilo Alto county, July 26, 1SSD. He grew up there, and started farming fit Shorburn, Minn. May 4. 1.H27, at Triumph ho mnrrlod Agnes Ford, who with two children. KlIsKilwth and Francis, survive. Homo months iigo his health fulled, and he ontorod tho Fort Snelllng hospital. • | Mr. Gdppa is nLso survived by his parents, four brothers and six sistors: Mrs. Frod DomoU, Mrs. 1-larve Hlgley, Thoo and Tony Oappa. of Fairville, Mrs. F. ( Arnold krauso, of Six Pashas from Arabia T HIJKK SIX ARABIANS have a IG-cyllnder action attraction that has never been eclipsed, and find little competition in headlining any bill -inn-i of on which they may appear. In one of their acts five men, wltli -an ag- • nmi Airs Bregnte weight of more than SOD pounds, are held up by a single man, r< * ,-, \mivpw I who weighs only U,0 pounds, and is only 5 ft., 9 inches tall. This Is the i-en ion. AIUII , ^^ tumhllng an(1 acrobatic act in the field this year. See it at the CHURCH WORK IS QUICKENED AT GOOD HOPE Good Hope, Aug. 25 — The last quarterly conference of the church year was hold at Good Hope last week Wednesday evening. District Supt. W. H. Lease preached a much appreciated sermon and the business meeting followed. The local church year closes September 15 and It Is urgently desired that all obligations to the church be cared for by that time. It Is hoped that the members of .the congregation will assist the officials by as generous a response as possible, to their requests. At a recent election of Sunday school lenders A. M. Gustafson, who has served as superintendent for three years, was released on his own request, and Mrs. W. .1. Bourne was elected to the office. She will choose several assistants who will constitute an advisory council and serve as a general working staff. S. C. Keser is secretary of the adult department and Arie Dlttmer of the juniors. The work of. secretary for the .entire Sunday school has been ] cli lighter Evelyn most efficiently carried out by Ray- Harriett Watson newcomers, Is happy ,td fetatn . already of 6Ur'number" ftnd wish Godspeed to those moving td nett localities. ^ i Tiro AM MMttoffd licit!-* ' Twd recdnt meetings of the LI. A, S have been 1 of unusual Import* ance. one August 6'was held fit the hospitable Dowle Smith home nnd although the rush of work and ol „..„ „...._. .. tho hot weather cut attendance "^.wore over-Sunday guests was n. most plonsin't and profitable occnslon. Tat at tho C. U Dlttmer home on Thursday, August 20 was the last regular meeting of the year and was consequently a busy time. Considerable , new business was taken up, among which was a plan to assist the stewards In the clean-up of the local expense budget. About 35 people were present- Mrs. Clare of Algorm, hft'd been' visiting friends and relative'^. A daughter ot Mi's. Rut- Ibtlge lives there, It Is the residence R, tielcher, a slstcV ui. ITU * *»v.«.~...o~. The trip was made *»«»., v; ,,^. H in eight hours. The lattor's grand- Mr. nm j Jf|-i aon Stayed with him during the ab-| county Il "ClllCMl Wpfc Ib'tlge llVek there. It Is the residence rnarics Rutim'" RUo<ltl1 also of Mrs. E, R, fielcher, a slstdr Arm. liochlon,, <R ° hoi ne i j. . 4.*. . H_ J| ^ «M_ j. 1...!^. ..._^ »-. »_i^ »-. .. _ -'HI ISllrl... . [?es. •Murrai of the rest of the family and helped keep house. .Tnmes And Maggie Tumor, brother and sister, of William Turner, at the Turner home. "<They returned to their home at' Boone on Monday morning and were- accompanied., by Mr. and Mrs. Turner and grand- Tlireslilnp Bun Holds Mnct'nt?— The annual business meeting of tho Dodds-Reld threshing run wns held at the W. I. Dodds home n week ago Thursday evening. Tho men and families comprising the run composed the irroup. Following the transaction of business the evening | was devoted to social activities tOj the enjoyment of all. Refreshments) were provided and served by the • '•"•rltli.y viKlt with tln> f n v.'ill rctui-n l )P f, enst. The contnst will be In-Ill presl'lont, M Thursday, Srpi Mr. und ),\ n .'oft Thrrscbv' Falls, and Marshall, Minn. They wllll N. y., nn,,,.'., return home with their brother Wit- lowa und Miin | Ham, who wont up Monday for a Mr. and .Mrs ; few days visit. . . • | port, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Staley and latte daughter Betty, who will'remain for (i week's visit, Margaret and Florence Dodds have been visiting relatives the lost ten days at Franklln, Redwood ui-> D. day. fdf | l«»'ty of lll(! , !lt "i.o home „. • "^ ni "' •<>-K'-tsT t i!;t n ' L i ...—•!•'«, parents M,. """"I children, of Clarion, and Mr. mid .Mitchell. ' ll "'' v ™ * men; Missionary Mnkss VlsH— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steiff 'Oh, Jim ... it's so good to hear your voice" Voices of loved ones who are asvay can be heard at any time no matter where you are, by- ife ES1STAMSE Clnppa, ot AVhitU>more. Pall hearers were five'nephews: Hoy und .Harvey Higley, Leo. Raymond and Edmund nome'k; and a special friend; none Martini. Services were in charge of the. Legion post at Triumph, assisted by former soldiers -from surrounding towns. Out-of-town attendants at the funeral were Patrick Ford, Mr. and Mrs. John Ford, of Uaurena; Thos. Ford Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Nick Martini, Mr. and Airs. William Martini, Mrs. James Kelm and daughter Marie. Eileen Fitpatrlck, Mr. and Mrs. John Nolan, of Emmetsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kennedy, of Esthcrville. Jim Ford, Mike AValdron, and Edward Collins, of Gumming; Mrs. Don Kelly, of Omaha; Mrs. AValter Kelly, Fort Bodge; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kelm, F. S. Kelm, Frank Kelm, of Fonda; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goer- ring, Harry Jr., and Verna, of Sher- hurn, Minn.; Mrs. J. H. Quinn, Margaret, Julia, Madeline, Charles and Bernard Quinn, of Bancroft. Triumph neighbors who attended are Frank Ford, Urban Kelm, John Ask, Alfred Ask, Oscar Ask, Carl Burmeister, Lawrence, Chris, and Tohn Jortnson, John Kock, A. E. \nderson, George Sulker, Joe 31akely, Luther Sheppard, Amos Dukes, Otto Peterson, Jeroy Mag- lire, N. Anderson, Ray Kelly, Amer Johnson. Especially touching among floral offerings was a large bouquet from men at the veterans' hospital. 0. J. KloocU Enters Butter Contest O. J. Kloock, AVhittemore, will compete with 00 other buttermakers of the state for the championship of Iowa in the Midwest Dairy Exposition at De.s Moines in connection with the Iowa state fair. Mr. Kloock's entry of a 20-lb. tub of prize butter in the $700 championship competition was announced by Secretary A. H. Corey. Creameries and buttormakers from all parts of the state will compete in this event, in which special diplomas and medals will he awarded, in addition to cash prlezs. . The butter show this year will be the largest in the history of the fair. peots to go to Hing.slcd in the near future to fissist In the creamery in that town. Itmmi'j Faintly Movi's Hack— Mrs. Irene Uouney und children moved -back to Whittemore from Eagle Grove the first of the week. Moinos to take a course In beauty culture.' liimu'd House lo Ito lU'luilH— Joseph Laubonthal began last week repairing and rebuilding his residence property in the east part of town last week. The house was partially destroyed by fire a year ago. liasoliall Tennis Clash at Home— The first baseball' team played the second team Sunday on the home diamond and the first team won 10-3. The second team led 3-0 for five innings. Hermiyi Kiimack Mas Birthday— A number of relatives and friends helped Herman Zumach celebrate his birthday Sunday evening. Midnight lunch was served. Attending Lutheran Synod— The Rev. William Faulstich and Professor 'l-I. W. Behnke left last week Tuesday morning for Lowdert to attend the annual meeting of the Iowa district of the Missouri Synod of the Lutheran church being held thorn this week. They wore accompanied by Henry Schultz. Prof. P. L. Ji\sson, who with his family has bi'i>n .spending the summer in Elm- Other YThittemore News. The Arthur Heidemvith family, accompanied by Mrs. Emelie Heidenwith and Neoma Wegener, Lone Rock, spent Sunday at the Henry liueck home at Lone Rock: The latter spent last week at the Arthur Heidenwith home, and returned to her home Sunday afternoon from the Kueck home. Mrs. Kueck and Mr. Heidenwith are children of Mrs. Emelie Heidenwith, and'Neoma is a grandchild. i Mrs. Harold Kuecker and children Ooruldine and Jimmie, and Mrs Kuecker's brother, Lloyd Walker spent the week-end at their brother Carl Walker's, at Alexandria. Sunday Harold Kuecker and Harold Walker came for Mrs. Kuecker and Lloyd Walker. Mr. und Mrs. Kuecker returned in their auto and Lloyd returned with his brother Harold. T. A. Swanson arrived in Whittemore the past week from Glendale, Calif., for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Swanson and other Whittemore friends. Mr. Swanson reports all of the Whittemore contingent in the west, so far as he knew, well and enjoying lite. He spent last week with his grandpar-4 ents, the Adam Luchsingers. The Maurice Cullen family, Oel- weln, are in'Whlttemore on a vacation. Mr. Cullen works In a garage at Oelweln. Geraldlne Mallory spent last week at the Arthur Matthew home at Rolfe. Mrs. Matthew was formerly Julia Voight. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lavrenz, of Algona, were Whittemore visitors last week Tuesday. They came over on business. > Mrs. Mary Hensen, Everett, Wash., is visiting at the W. T. Fish home. Mrs. Hensen is a cousin of Mr. Fish. Paul Hahn, employed at Mollne, 111., has been home for a week on a visit with his parents, the F. O. Hahns. The Francis Elberts, of Algona, spent Sunday evening in Whltte- .rnore. They formerly lived in Whittemore. Steve and Michael Ba'uman spent last week-end In Chicago after taking in a load of cattle. Mary Wright, of Des Moines, is the new beauty operator at the Rusch beauty shop. The Fred Jacobs spent Sunday at Interlaken picnicking. mpnd Reid for a number of years but" with the Introduction .of the envelope system In the junior department has become too arduous for one-person to handle. The work Is "" 'refore^ divided as,i above noted. , s\- Gustafson continues.as pianist; Dili-wood McArthur, librarian; Mirf. Etna-Mitchell, Junior" superintendent.- Te'achers Irt the, adult department are A. R. Cruikshank and Mary EV Wood. ;Mrs. Bourne will continue to care for her class until a new teacher can be secured. Junior teachers are C. L. Dlttmer and Mesdames Jake Sm'th, Mark Elmore, Delos Gardner, Raymond Reid. The school is in thriving condition and it is expected that the newly launched'contest between the juniors and adults will stir the Interest of others in the community. A peak attendance of 97 Vas had last Sunday. and of Garner, and .., ________ of Detroit, Mich.. were 'guests at Good Hopn parsonage Sunday afternoon and evening The latter Is a sister of Mrs. Steiff and a' mlssoinary in China. She Is home on furlough for the recuperat tion of her health. She hqperf to soon be able to return to her. work. - Committee Called — A meeting of the nominating committee of Good Hope church is called for Thursday night of this week. at the parsonage at 8 o'clock. Members 'of the committee are W. I. Dodds, John Reid, Henry Engstrom, W. C. Nelson, Jake Smith. Mrs. Er- wln Turner, Mrs. V. J. Gross. Important business is to be transacted. Please be present. Tenants to Move Jn Spring— Several changes 'next spring are to be made in the tenancy of Good Hope farms. The V. J. Grosses go to the Geiffert Kueck farmland Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Parr, Mrs. Maine Stelnman and son Earl will move onto the Steinman place vacated by the Grosses. The Wallace "McArthurs are to move onto the Henry Dearchs farm. The A. J. Meyers (father and sons) who have been farming the Milt Moore farm, will divide forces and move to smaller farms. At this report a new tenant has not yet been secured for this farm. Good^ Hope welcomes the Party I'lcnjchs at AVost Bend— A group consisting of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Dodds and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Peck joined with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelley a.nd son; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hene- gnn, Mr. and Mrs. Urie. of Ames, for a picnic dinner at West Bend last Sunday. Bridge Work Causes Detour— Work on the bridges in the mile directly north of Good Hope church has made It 'necessary to close that portion of road temporarily. It will be open for traffic by next Sunday .if the weather holds fair. Other Good Hope. Mrs. Charles Rutledge, Mrs. Roy Sturgeon and son Kenneth returned recently, from Marysville, Mo.; where The U. S. ARMY "Pershings OF WASHINGTON, D. C. Outitanding Military Concert Band of the WorM .-+,****., t. ;*"*"***>* f -r. j U|1 ™ . '• > S T S U. 8. ARMY BAND AT THE CAPITOL FAIRMONT, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER (III HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 2 Performances—3 P.M. - 8 P.M. Afternoon General Admls.lon—50c, 75s ; Evtning Rttirved Seati $1.00 "Evening reservations may be made by writing Allen U Mno I- o Rrorotnry. Fnlrmont, Allnn., and enclnsinf,'your check for $1.00 per person." AT. A PR 1C t vJ US T ABOVE t H E V E R Y L O WEST . . . PONT 1 A C O F F E R S YOU plans .to remain in Iowa till after the fair. The C. L. Cavanaughs, of Whittemore, Mrs. Frank Lory and daughter, of TSelolt, Wis., Virginia Gotch, Humboldt, and Irene Heller spent the week-end at the Okobojis. John Cullen worked in the drug store while they were gone. Mrs. Lory hurst, 111., will drive to Lowden to land Mrs. Cavanaugh arc .sisters, nttend the conference, and the fam'-i Sister Mary Luella, of Sioux City, spent last week with her ily will then to bo ready .^choul. return to Whittemore for the opening of Anthony Sc-hmldts lOn.ioj Trip— The Anthony Schmidts Sr. wont to Hurt Island, Minn., last week to visit a nephew, Niok Schmidt. From they went to Minneapolis to I Lone M.rs. Ehingor, a .sister of Mrs..) noon last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bisenius, and with other relatives and friends. She wns accompanied by Sister Mary Ursula, a sister of Mrs. John Origer, who visited at the Origer home and with AVest Bend relatives. Mr. and Mrs'. Krvin Heidenwith, of Rock, spent Monday after- at the Arthur Heidemvith Schmidt. On their way home they visited Mrs. McUnverner and Katli- ryn Weir, and other friends at Clear While in Minneapolis Mr. SfhrMdl mot an old friend, Juhn \Viokmnnn, who formerly lived in \Ve.st Bond. I'liil Cullen Ilogains Health— The Phil Oullons were guests of Mr. :md Mrs. Frank Hand Ui.st week Tuesday. Mr. Cullc-n, who was reported in a hopeless condition in the Mayo hospital at Rochester a your ago, is back to hi.s old weight of 210 pounds. He says he feels fine but has not the strength to work for any length of time. He weighed only IS5 pounds when he entered the hospital. It may look bedragged now but if. you will let us clean and block it you'll agree we have developed another season's dressy service for you. MODERN Pry Cleaner* Phene 537 Birthday Observed With Dinner— Mr. and Mrs. Merylin Stauffer and daughter, Edna Braatz, Alvina Braatx, and Art Putz, all of Minnesota Lake, Minn., were Sunday dinner guests at the Louis Braatz home. Mr. and/Mrs. Werner Braatz, of AVhittemore, were also dinner guo.sts. They celebrated Mr. Braatz's birthday. Algonluu in Nt'lirusdia Hospital— Mr. and Mrs. James E. Walker, of Whittemore, Mrs. R. O. Bjustrom, of Hobarf.on, and Mrs. Harold Bockes, of Algona, returned Thursday from Norfolk and Lincoln, Neb. where they had spent last week with relatives and friends. Mr. Bockes is in a Lincoln hospital. Attend Wedding of Sou- Albert Potratz and Mr. and Mrs Albert Behnke and son Elmer went to Kansas City, Kas., last week to attend the wedding* of Frederick Behnke. On the return trip thej visited other relatives. Robert Fluuell Jr. to Rluggted— Robert Finnell Jr., who has been employed in the creamery at Al gona, Is -now at home. Robert' ex home. Mrs. Emilio Heidenwith returned to Lone Rock with ' them. Mrs. Heidenwith has been visiting at the Arthur Heidenwith home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Rutland of Atlanta, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur AVhyte, of Jacksonville, Flu., and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Butler and daughter, ot Algona, were a week ago Monday'guests of Mr. and Mrs. I toy B. Crawford. The John Kuechenmeister family, f Lu Verne, Minn., is visiting at he Erwin and AValter Strueckor lomos. Mrs. Kuechenmeister is a ister of Mrs. AValter and Mrs. Er\'in Struecker. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Matthews, of lolfe, wore Sunday dinner guests it the Maurice Mallery home. .They -.pent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Matthew's father, Carl A'oight. Mrs. Anna Zittritsch and daugh- .er Frances Ann, Mrs. Nellie A r an Vllen and daughter Mary Elizabeth, all of Algona, spent lost week Tuesday at the Roy Crawford home. Gertrude Behnke came home Sunday from Roselle, 111. She was accompanied by a friend, Wilbert Ha- lerkamz, and they expect to spend two weeks here. Henry Behnke -returned to Carroll 'Sunday after being home for a week suffering from a swollen jaw. He clerks in a Council Oak store at Carroll. Mrs. Cora Hoelzner and daughter Lucille, of Emmetsburg, spent last week at the R. W. Carlisle home. Mrs.' Hoelzner is a slater of Mrs. Carlisle. Delores Finnell, daughter of the Robert Finnells, received minor scratches about the wrist in a car wreck near Mason City last week. Loren Luchsinger, son of the Lloyd Luchsingers, Graettinger, ASK YOUR NEAREST DEALER TO LET YOU DRIVE A PONTIAC Algona Motor Sales S. H. KL43SIE, Prop. ALGONA, IOWA Renwick Auto Co. Renwick, Iowa THESE FEATURES GIVE YOU A DIFFERENT KIND OF RIDE ... 60-honepower motor Force feed lubrication ' Matched electroplated pistons Cross-flow radiator Rubber-cushioned at 43 points v . Long wheelbaae Bodies by Fisher thor- < oughly insulated ' ' 4 shock absorbers Adjustable driver's seat .W windshield Foot-controlled headlight* Fender, indicator lights Genuine mohair or Kbif* cord upholstery 3-spoke steering wb«I One-piece fenders Narrow windshield poitt' Tailored splash apron Chrome screen Single-bar bumpert Sturdy five-bar fram*' Steel running boardi Semi-drop base ', •• rims •'Large self-energiaBg brakes The only way to appreciate Pontiac fully '» «• drive it yourself. The car la built solidly holds th,> road at all »peed8. It >« fast ' 8t ' easy tq handle, smart io appearance U costs very lit«fe more (than the lpw«t'P rt cars. Operating and upkeep costs _.«* v ' • ludeifi'* low. The pric*, <k!ivert<l t° H ou> "^ .. factory equipment'-buropers, shock "M Have you seen the absolutely outstanding r»dlo values at Gamble Stores? All the newest features and such unbelievably low prices. 24-50 PONTIAC Convenient G, M,'«VG. term » Durch.ue on time* J*5P i ?T"*>fJJ^Ji* ™" TwR^TT . . ' OAKLAND 8 POI ARE MAKING NEW 0, M PONTIAC 6 TWO FINE CARS THAI 4EW FRIENDS AND KEEPING THE OLD in 4Jgou» ,„, Coupe, »B38,5g, **

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