Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1932 · Page 8
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PAOE BIGHT KIWAKIANS HEAR TALK ON EDUCATED PARENTS Mrs. A. A, Bishop repeated her recent talk before the Algona Parent-Teacher association on Educated Parents at the noon luncheon of the Kiwanls club last Thursday. Mrs. Bishop said that educated did not necessarily mean education gained In high school or college. A normal person never ceases to learn. The^ process of education does not end with a diploma or certificate. Everyone must continue to study. The host education cornea through wisdom In living. One of the tests .of an educated person is the character and volume of his reading. Good books and good magazines and newspaper articles are chosen with discriminating taste by the educated. The unedu cated, whether college graduates o not, read trashy literature. An educated person upholds the schools. Many things said in schoo or taught there are misinterpreted by children, and their erroneous Impressions are repeated at home But the schools only rarely are In the wrong, and the educated parent seeks the truth to set his chilti right. • Mrs. Bishop classified books she believed an educated person shouli read in the following order: history biography, poetry, humor, travel customs of other times and other countries, and religious books. K; '' The Peter Elbert Family, Whittemore HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS DEBATE AT ROTARY CLUB LUNCHEON The Rotary club's program Monday noon consisted of a debate by four high school girls: Ella Zumach and Margaret Habeger, affirmative, vs. Janet Zerfass and Eleanor Keen, negative. The question was, Resolved, That the several states should enact legislation providing for compulsory employment .insurance. The Rota Hans marvelled at the debaters' knowledge of the subject, their self-possession, and the readiness with which they spoke off hand from notes. The speech teacher, John G. McDonald, was also a guest of the club. POOR FUND TO BENEFIT FROM SALARY SLASH (Continued from Page 1.) Mileage, drainage _; 116.60 Telephone .__„ . -_ 49.80 Total j.. $ 2987.50 , BALGEMAN '•'... , Per diem, session $ 172.50 Mileage, session 58.30 Per. die.m, committee 1085.00 Mileage, committee — 1446.90 Per diem, drainage 85.00 Mileage, drainage. ' 100.00 Telephone T - 61,20 Co-rOept port, 111., Or see Chws. R. Miller, gona. 43pl8-20 IMMEDIATE LOAN SERVICE ON money borrowed $300 of less, Repay in small monthly payments Loan can be repaid anytime, Auto* mobiles refinanced, payments reduced. Loans made on all forms of security. Special loan ^lan^for purchasing milch cows. Look, foi? tKe sign "Inland", first door north Iowa State Bank, phone 65, Algona. 61-18'tf LEGAL NOTICES | Back row—George, Algona, Leo P.. Louis. Emmetsburg. Center row—Mrs. Bert Fuchsen, West Bend, Frank AV., Mrs. Leo Walters, Algona, Otto, Cowiche, Wash., Charles, Los Angeles, Mrs. Michael Shumackor. Front row—Andrew, Mrs. Peter Elbert, Minnie, Peter Elbert, Earl. All are of Whittemore unless another address is given. GRACE PERIOD FOR DRIVERS WITHOUT LICENSE EXPIRED The period of grace of drivers' licenses expired last week Tuesday at • midnight, Supt. W. A. Stevens, -of the state motor vehicle department, announced that day. Drivers who do not.have licenses, or who have not applied, will now be subject to arrest in a definite law enforcement campaign. , The law provides up to $100 fine or 30 days in jail for unlicensed drivers, and officers will direct then- attention to cases in which applications have not been made. -*• M'CHESNEY RESIGNS BANK POSITION TO HELP HEALTH An Iowa City dispatch to Friday's Deg Moines Register announced the ••resignation of W. J. McChesney, president of the First National bank of Iowa City. The reason for the resignation is poor health. Mr. McChesney has for many years been treasurer of the state university but •so far as known here he has not resigned that office. His wife, Cor- •nelia, was a daughter of the late Capt. and Mrs. W. H. Ingham and 4s at sister of Harvey Ingham. MASON CITY PRIEST RUNS INTO L, A, MATERN'S AUTO Sexton Jan. 19 — A car driven by Lou Matern the Algona auctioneer, and a car driven by Father Orrin- eer, Mason City, crashed Sunday •at the railway crossing a mile east of town. .TJie Matern car had. stopped, and Father Orringer ran into it. A wrecker from the Elbert garage, Algona, was called to pull the Matern car home. The other car was not damaged much, and no one was- hurt, FLIP OF COIN SETTLES EXTRA SUPERVISOR TERM In Hancock county it was necessary when the board of supervisors convened early this month to determine which of two supervisors, Fred J. Oxley, Corwith, and Geo. E. Klipping, should have his term extended one year, or from January 1, 1933, to January 1, 1034, when there will be no election. By agreement the county auditor flipped a coin, and-Mr. Oxley won. Doctors Meeting Today. Physicians of the second district of the state medical society are trekking to Garner this morning for a clinic and a 6 p. m. banquet. The district includes nine counties: Kossuth, Humboldt, Winnebago, Worth, Hancock, Wright, Cerro Gordo, and Butler. Women are invited and the organization of a district auxiliary is contemplated. Lakota Shippers Meet. County Agent Morrison spoke at the annual meeting of the Lakota Shipping association Saturday. Geo. Winter was reelected president, and J. R. Heetland and A. E. Anderson were reelected directors. Holdover directors are C. K.. RIppentrop and J. E. Telkamp. J. E. Ukena is manager. Lone Rocker Hurt. Lono Hock, Jan. 19—Jack Qulnn suffered a painful accident last week Tuesday when he had his foot •mashed when a wing of the snow "•Plow fell on it. Ledyard, Jan. 19—Swan Olson former pioneer resident of Ledyard who had a harness shop in the building next to Dyer's, died at Estherville January 9 at the age of 54, JOO Attend 0. E. S. Benefit— The Eastern Stars gave a benefit party at the Masonic temple Tues- lay night, the first of a series plan- led for the winter. There were 300 n attendance. Bridge was played at 40 tables, and there was dancing on the first floor. The high card prizes were won by Mrs. A. W. Amunson, Mrs. H. M. Hauberg, F. L. Thorpe, and Jos. Bloom. Dr. H. M. Olson and Bertha Kuchenreuther won a prize at dancing. The committee in charge follows: Mesdames C. H. Williams, F. E. Sawyer, C. R. La Barre, R. W. Horigan, H. L. Gilmore, F. D. Mathes, L. G. Baker, W. A. Foster, B. A. Thorpe, Floyd Sanders, W. P. French, and A. E. Michel, and Louise Hyde. Second Parish Party Given— The second St. Cecelia's parish party was held Monday night at the Academy, and the high bridge scores were won by Mrs. W. J. Becker and Charles Kanouff,-while the 500 prizes were won by Mrs. Julia Voight and C. A. Joynt. There were 225 in attendance. Cards were played till 10, when refreshments were served, followed by dancing to a local orchestra. The third party will be held next Monday night, with the following committee in charge: Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bockes, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Matern, Mr. and Mrs. James I Watts, Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Thissen, and Mr. and Mrs. Hal Skilling. Bridge Benefit Attended by 75— A Legion Auxiliary benefit bridge party last week Wednesday night was attended by 75 persons who played bridge at 16 tables. Mrs. Gladys South and P. D. Mathes won the high scores; M. J. Pool the travel prize. The hostesses were: Mrs. W. P. French, chairman; Mrs. L. M. Merritt, Mrs. Henry Becker, 3. T. L. Larson, Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew, Mrs. Gordon Ogg, Mrs. Harry Wilson, Mrs. W. A. Hawcott, and Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle. Agnes Brown Party Hostess— Agnes Brown observed her. 19th birthday anniversary last week Tuesday by entertaining a group of girls at a 8:30 two-course dinner at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brown, south of town. The evening hours were spent at cards. The guests were: Leona Lichter, Janet Zerfass, Dolores DeMott, Arlene Stewart, Virginia Good, Helen Morrow, Mildred Sunding, and Josephine Chubb. Judge J. J. Clark JUDGE CLARK, who lives at •J Mason City, is probably the oldest active judge on the district bench in Iowa, and perhaps in a wider territory consisting of several states. Recently he reached his 80th birthday, but though his hair is snow white he looks and acts like a man 20 years younger. His wife is also in good health. Judge Clark, who is the father of the Rev. P. J. Clark, Algona Congregational pastor and of Sen. E. W. Clark, Mason City lawyer recently appointed state insurance commissioner, has been on the bench some 25 years, and for 20 years, more or less, has taught a large Methodist Sunday school class which meets every Sunday morning in the assembly room of the courthouse. H. R. ROSEWALL BUYS OUT KRAFT INTEREST The Blue Earth Post announces that H. R. Rosewall, former Algon- ian familiarly known here as "Katz," has bought the holdings of eorge Kraft, Winter Park, Fla., and other non-resident partners, ind is now sole owner of the Kraft- i Rosewall men's clothing store, of| which he has been manager for a lumber of years. Mr. Rosewall is making extensive rearrangements n the store. This change follows like changes consummated or contemplated at the 20-odd other points where Kraft stores have for many years been conducted. Algonians are already lamiliar with the fact that Jos. \Iisbach became sole owner of the ocal store a year ago. Recently it vas announced that Earl Beebe, manager at Emmetsburg, had mught'the non-resident interests In the store there. Although the original Kraft organization is being thus broken up, t is being maintained for quantity juying of goods, according to the Post. AUGUST STUDERS CELEBRATE 63RD WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Many old Kossuth friends will be interested to learn via . mention In :he Emmetsburg Democrat that Mr. and Mrs. August Studer, of south- :ast Palo Alto county, reached the i3rd anniversary of their marriage in December. They had tentatively planned to celebrate the event, but changed their minds. Mr. Studer is 84 and his wife a few months younger. They live on a farm and some of their children live near by. Bridge Party Friday Night- Mrs. A. H. Stock and Mrs. J. W. Neville entertained at three tables of bridge at the former's home Friday night. Mrs. William Walker and Mrs. George St. John won the high scores. After bridge refreshments were served. Other guests were: Mesdames W. E. McDonald, E. W. Lueby, George H. Free, G. D. Stokes, C. D. Fellows, F. E. Sawyer, H. D. Hutchins, and W. P. French. Catholic Daughters Give Party— The Catholic Daughters entertained at a 12-table benefit bridge party last Thursday at Mrs. R. E. Kain's. Mrs. Kain, Mrs. F. C. Scanlan, Mrs. Chas. Gilbrlde, Mrs. Jos. Kelly, and Mrs. George Holtzbauer were the entertaining committee. Mrs. Isabell Meiggs won the high score; Mrs. W. A. Barry, the traveling prize. After cards lunch was served. Party Honors the H. M. Smiths- Mr, and Mrs. Walter Lorenz and Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Dewel entertained at Sunday night supper and bridge at the Lorenz home in honor of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith. The high bridge scores were won by Mrs. D. T. Nugent and W. P. French. Mr. and Mrs. Smith received a guest prize. Mrs. Greeuberg 1 is Hostess— Mrs. Joseph Greenberg entertained 16 women last night. At 6:30 dinner was served, followed by bridge. She will be hostess at a luncheon this noon, and at another dinner tonight. S. S. Class to Have Supper— The Methodist Centenary class will have a 6:30 supper tomorrow night, Mrs. F. P. Barker's division in charge of both supper and entertainment. Other Society News Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles entertained her bridge club at luncheon and bridge Monday noon. There were three tables, and Mrs. H. M. Hau berg won the high score. Mrs. P. J. Chrlstensen and Mrs. N. C. Rice were guests of the club. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Michel entertained their bridge club at dinner ^Monday night. Members of the club are Messrs. and Mesdames G S. Buchanan, C. R. La Barre, Abner Long, W. A. Foster, and R. W Horigan. Mrs. G. D. Stokes was hostess to members of the Idle Hour bridge club at luncheon last Thursday Mrs. W. E. McDonald won the high score. .Guests of the club were Mrs. R. W. Horigan, Mrs. J. •' Neville, and Mrs. R. J. Keen. The Alpha Delphians will meet with Mrs. J. S. Auner this after noon, the program to open promptly at 2 o'clock. Mrs. M. J. Streit will review Eugene O'Neil's 14-act play Mourning Becomes Electra. The Baptist Crusaders club -met Saturday with Phyllis Coleman Minerva Coleman, who read a chapter from the "magic missionary mo- beel," accompanied the girls at play and at singing In the Garden. Mrs. M. P. Weaver was hostess to the Get-Together club Monday at luncheon and bridge. Mrs. M. P Haggard won the high prize. Mrs S..E. McMahon and Mrs. W. B, Quarton were guests of the club. Mr. and Mrs. Theo Chrischilles entertained their dinner bridge club Sunday night. The high scores were won by Mrs. H. M. Hauberg and P. J. Christensen. The Baptist Mission Circle will meet this afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. J. B. Wheelock. Mrs. Carl Willason will have charge of the lesson. The R. N. A. club will meet with Mrs. Lloyd Muckey next Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Officers will be elected. Members are to take covered dishes and sandwiches. The Opportunity bridge club met with Mrs. Anton Didriksen yesterday for luncheon and bridge. There are eight members. The W. R. C. will meet with Mrs. L. G. Willson next Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Total -— —$ 3008.90 MORRIS Per diem, session ; 182.50 Mileage, session 98.40 Per diem, committee 1287.50 Mileage, committee - 1517.50 Per diem, drainage 1_ 25.00 Mileage, drainage 27.80 Telephone *—'-• 48.50 Total $ 3187.20 MCDONALD Per diem, session : .» $ ^195.00 Mileage, session 41.60 Per diem, committee _ 1237.50 Mileage, committee _. 1077.20 Per diem, drainage 30.00 Mileage, drainage 36.20 Telephone 13.76 Total $ 2631.25 HEIKEN Per diem, session —...—$ 187.50 Mileage, session 218.40 Per diem, committee 961.00 Mileage, committee 1220.80 Per diem, drainage , 223.10 Telephone 42.00 Total __•>_ This works out to the totals: Per diem Ainnemark $ 1392.50 Balgeman 1342.50 Morris 1495.00 McDonald 1462.50 Helken 1307.15 .$ 3011.45 following Mileage $ 1546.10 1605.20 1643.70 1150.00 1662.30 NOTICE' OF PROPOSAL TO AMfcND THE ARTICLES OP 1 CRP01UTIOJT OF THE ALGONA CO .OPERATIVE .CREAMERY COMPANY.'' : ,' '; • •'. .'•.' -. Notice Is hereby given that at the regular • annual Meeting of the above named corporation,-to be held at Its principal place' of business on January 30th, 1932, It will ;be proposed to amend the Artlqles of Incorporation of said .corporation In the following manner to-wlt: To amend Article Four (4) of the present. Articles so as to Increase the capital stock of said corporation from $8,000.00 to $26,000.00; and to increase each .share 'of stock from $50.00 to $100.00. .'Filed in my .office on the 23rd day of December, A. D. 1931.^ Signed: M. P. CHRISTIANSEN, Secretary of. Algona Co-operative Creamery Company.' I hereby certify that this notice of proposal to amend the articles of incorporation of the Algona Co-operative Creamery Company . was filed with the secretary on the 23rd day of December, 1931.. Signed: .M. P. CHRISTIANSEN, Secretary. gonawin vKomutn -county* low** at' the-H^ur.rfMO o'clock A^W, of Mid ft* glVeil by 'tfclT^uMei'* y of nil s -. " 1 '; • Vi • i ' ' L-. E Sheritt 6f Kdaauth Co T, P, Harrington, Plafhtttt'8 Attorney. W-20 Tota]s $ „„„„„,. $ . 7M • ,„ FOR RENT—DOWNSTAIRS apartment, close in.—103 E. Kennedy. 8pl9 GEO, BONNER RETIRES TO OLD HOME ,AT EAGLE GROVE Many Kossuth acquaintances along the Northwestern lines will be interested to hear that Geo. E. Bonner, former C. & N. W. division superintendent, is again living at Eagle Grove.- He' had for 'a few years lived at Mason City, to which the division offices were transferred. Mr. Bonner, who gave up the superlntendency, because of poor health, receives a pension from the railroad. Sexton Choir practcie was held Sunday afternoon at Florence Hansen's Wesley. Miss Hansen will be pianist for the choir in the music contest February 10 at the Burt Methodist church. There are 11 young people In the choir. There were 36 in attendance at a skating party Saturday evening a1 the local hall. Lunch was servec at 10:30. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Steven and the Henry Phillips family spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. G. B Wise. Edith Greenfield spent Friday afternoon at Clem Cunningham's where there is a new daughter, born last week Monday. The Bart Han- nifans, Llvermore, were Sunday guests of the Cunninghams. Mr. and Mrs. Glaue, of Britt, spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs Fred Nehring, of the local Chaplin gas station. Marie Harris spent Sunday at Wesley. The John Millers were at Godfrey Strieker's, near Lu Verne. Otto Neuman spent last Thursday at Forest City, having dental work done. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond, of Wesley, spent the week-end with Mrs. Hammond's mother, Mrs. Amy Smith. Mrs. Amy Smith was a guest Sunday evening of another daughter, Mrs. John Miller. Jan. 28—Fred Jentz, 1 mile east and 1% mile north of Fenton, general farm sale. Jan. 29—John Wetes, closing out sale, on the Angus farm west of Burt. Want Ads LOST—LINEMAN'S BELT. Please return to light plant. Reward. p!9 FOR SALE—CANARIES (St. An- dreasburg Rollers).—Call 220-J. 8pl9-20 WANTED — CUSTOM BUTCHER- ing.—Ben Knox, phone 487, Burt. 8pl9-20 FOR RENT — 7-ROOM MODERN house and garage.—L. T. Griffin. 10pl8-19 FURNISHED ROOM ONE BLOCK north of courthouse.—Mrs. G. L. Vohs. 10pl9 FOR SALE—TWO GOOD bobsleds, at 619 N. • Phillips.—Chas. Magnusson, Algona. 12ul8-19 EXPERIENCED GIRL WANTS general housework or day work.— Call Advance. DUROC BOARS HALF PRICE, $8 and $10; ateo bred sows, $12.—A. C. Carlisle, Whittemore, % mi. east. 17pl8-19 FOR SALE—TWO GUERNSEY milch cows, fresh; registered Guernsey ball - year old. — Harry Hobson, Lone Rock. 17pl9-20 WANTED—MARRIED MAN TO work on farm. No children over 3 yrs. old.—Lewis McWhorter, Burt. 16pl9 FOR SALE — CHESTER WHITE •brood sows; cholera Immune.— Aaron Taylor, Burt, phone 1 on 93. 13pl9 FOR SALE—PIANO STORED IN Algona, only $69 left to pay. .Cash only.—Write Crltchett Piano Shop, 1817 10th st.,'Des^Moines. 19-21 FOR SALE—TWO TOY BOSTON pups, well marked; one male, one female, $10 each. — Rainbow Inn phone 227, Britt, 19ul8-19 ALMOST AS GREAT AS THE stock market crash—radio' prices shattered. Brunswick cut to less than 50o on the dolar. Little Napoleon radio $14.95, Saturday, while they last.—Gamble Stores. 30-19 CHANCE OF LIFETIME—RELI able man wanted to call on farm ers in Kossuth county. Wonderfu opportunity, Make $7 to $12 daily No experience or capital needed Write today. — McNess Company Dept.^B, Freeport 111. TO THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS of Kossuth county: I hereby an nounce my candidacy for the republican' nomination for county recorder, subject to the decision of the republican voters in the June primaries.—Helen Dickinson. 33ul9-21 . OJUl»-Zi WANTED—^DEMONSTRATORS for Kossuth county. Positions furnish steady employment and good pay. Men with poultry-raising experience preferred. If interested call for Geo. Todd at Hotel Algona at 7 o'clock Wednesday evening January 27. 32 pl8 ANNUAL MEETING AND ner will be held at the new high school gymnasium 12 o'clock, noon January 30. The board of directors have authorized two tickets for each patron. Notify us before January 28.—M. P. Christiansen, Secy. 19-20 —-- J.0-4U TO THE VOTERS OF KOSSUTH county—The undersigned herebj announces his intention to seek the Republican nomination for the office of county treasurer, subject to the will of the voters as expressed at the primary election June 6 1932 — H. N. Kruse. 18u ' 24 J.OU44 WANl-iso—SALESMAN with car to supply consumers with hbuse- ho d necessities in northeast Palo Alto. Only reliable men, hustlera. Thousands now earning $35 to $75 weekly. Reply immediately, stating age, occupation, references. — ~ w> 1 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY. SS. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a. General Execution directed to me from the Clerk'of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 1st day of December, 1931, in favor of L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Kossuth County State -bank, Algona Iowa, as plaintiff, and against W, A. Dutton and Margaret A. Dutton, as" defendants for the sum of Ten Thousand Nine Hundred Twenty-six and 47/100 Dollars and costs, taxed at One Hundred Sixty-four and 60/iob Dollars and accruing costs and it appearing that there isi still due and unpaid the sum of $4,000.00 .,1 have levied upon the following described personal property as . the property of the said W. A.; Dutton and Margaret A. Dutton to satisfy said execution, .to-wlt: An undivided one-half of- about 3,000 bushels: of corn In crib and granary, located on the NE% of Sec. 1, Irvington township, Kossuth county, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, or.so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, In hand, on the 30th day of January, 1932, at the Fresh, Crisp, New Where You Feel at Home" .. . How welcome these dainty, x new spring cotton frocks — right now In the heart of the winter, when you're tired of yonr washed out, .faded looking old dresses. Come up and see these IteauHful new frocks — made from exclusive, jBheery prints and shown in a complete size lange.- • cream of two great western lines front Los Angeles and Seattle— you'll be amazed at the, "snap" and style you'll find here at a mod: ierajte cost. Featured at one price — all the style you're learned to expect from ____ £4 much higher priced* dresses ________ ^ I * THESE ARE FURNITURE VALUES THAT WILL START THE NEW YEAR BY ADDING NEW BEAUTY TO YOUR HOME. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE SPECTACULARLY LOW PRICES, AND SHOW YOUR PRIDE IN YOUR HOME BY OUTFITTING IT WITH OUR HIGH QUALITY •FURNITURE. $120.00 Cromwell Velour Dayepport and Chair, similar to picture $89 Other Suites as low as $45 ™i,iT<T~; ;£ » e f ooin for & ood8 Purchased while at the Furniture Market we are iuak- ing some very low prices. "w.-w* $125,00 8-plece Dining Suite ______$85.00 $67.50 8-plece Dining Suite _.,_$47,50 $115,00 3-piece Bedroom Suite __,_.$82.50 $63.50 3-piece Bedroom Suite $43 50 $27.50 Cogswell Chair ,._IIIIIII| jfj) $42.50 9x12 Velyet Bugs 1$87.50 $6.75 all-cotton Mattress _„_ $4,35 75c Floor Mop and Polish _____45e Foster's Furniture Store i^p^w Hpi^p^ ,,^^ppp InnAM TI.?: ,H»l.rfi.ii

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