Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1932 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 11, 1932
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EMOSSUTH GIRL IN CALIFORNIA SICK [IMPROVING <3ood Hope* Feb; 10'—Word from Mra, Tont Reld t recently called' to California because of the serious ill- nesa o£ Her sister; Mra. Barker, la that tile latter Ima sufficiently improved' to be taken home from the Hospital, though still under the constant care of .a special nurse. The illness was due to an infection contracted while she was t.ilrini? care of |t patiant with, a similar infection. MrS. Barker, who is a graduate nn|se. hns continued the practice 'of her 1 : profession since ller marriage mo^e than a year ago. Friends here kn$w her as Jeannette Cook. Community Actlvitins ITultnil— Btull roads Mini weather and an epidemic of colds and flu have thrown, community activities here completely out of gear. Tn consequence? the men's dinner has been indefinitely postponed, as well as other social activities of Good Hope church. Services at the church have been held as usual* with some necessary adjustments. Next Sunday the service will be of a Lincoln memorial character. I Hobarton Ag-ert Ploni'or Still Alied— William Treptow is still confined to bed most of the time with an illness from whch he has suffered five weeks. Among: others in the community who have been sick are members of the Albert and Archie, Walker families and Cecil B.lustrom. who is recovering from pneumonia. Car of Grain to Daltotii— Whittemore people loaded earn of | Srain for Dakota sufferers early in j the week. It was a worthy thini? to j do ami should he emulated by peo- ] pie of the Als'ona neighborhood. An' appeal was made from the pulpits of; all churches in Wliittemore. Teacher Sinlt: Tfn School— There w-u< no school in the Nelson! Dist. >To. i> this week Tuesday be-1 cause of the illness of the teacher.! Misa Gisch. j Other Grind Hope. Mrs. C. 13. Mitchell returned to Armstrong- etirly last week,, after a week with her daughter, Mrs. .Tames Knoll. The latter is making- g'ood recovery from her recent illness. Mrs. Delos fianlner was called on jury service a couple of days last week, and reports it as an interesting' experience. AUG. HEITMA1 DIES; FEB, 4 August Heitmann. 74, died of dropsy last Thursday forenoon at! the Cherolcr-e state hospital, and! was buried hfre Saturday afternoon, j 3 following funeral services at, the! ~~ Laird & MfiCullough chapel conduct-| ed by tile Rev. P. .T. Braner, Trinity Lutheran pastor. Interment was made in Riverview cemetery. Mr. Heitmann was born October IS, 1S«)7, at Cologne. Germany, andj -grew up there. H« married Anna' Meyer at Cologne, and in 1SS7 they I •came to America and settled at Whittemore. In 1004 Mra. Heitmann died, and| seven years later Mr. Heitmann | married Mrs. Mathilda Redemske, Alg-ona. They lived here till 191!), when they moved to Florida. In 1920 they returned to Algona. About this time Mr. Heitmann's health began to. fail, and he was taken to Cherokee in August, 1930. Surviving are his wife: Mrs. AI- vina Savage, fCankakee, 111., daughter by the first marriage; a stepson, Charles Redemske, Alurona; four step-daughters. Mrs. Ida Durant and Mrs. Minnie Kaines, Algona; Mra. Mnllie Hi'drick. of Lu Verne: Mrs. Alvina Raff, St. Cloud, Minn.; and six grandchildren. MRS. W,H, WARD, SISTER OF FARMER HERE, PASSES Union Twp.. Feb. !)—Frank Riebhoff received news of the death of his sister, Mrs. W. FT. Ward, Nick- eraon, Kans., Saturday, following a several months illness. Mra. Ward, who spent a month with relatives here last summer, had been in poor health since .she went. home. She was 72. fTiM- given name was Susan, and she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ric?bhoff. pioneer settlers in TTnion. Another In-other, John, lives at Algonn. and a sister, Mrs. Elisabeth Winkc-l, at Bancroft. There are also oilier relatives in the county. Funeral services were held Monday at N'iclcerson. but none of the relatives here attended. Two daughters by a former marriage and Mr. Ward survive. The daughters, who live at Kansas City and Los Angeles respectively, had been with their mother recently. Three Birthdays Observed. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Samson entertained at family dinner Sunday in observance of Mr. Samson's birthday anniversary Monday, his brother Clinton's birthday Friday and his brother-in-law Carl Willasson's birthday a week ago Saturday. Other guests were the Samson brothers' mother, Mra. Jerry Helgens, her husband, the C. A. Samson daughter Dorothy, a student at the state college, Ames, Mrs. Willasson, her sons Donald and Bobby, Mrs. Clinton Sampson, and the lattev's three children. Music Contest Held. Hurt, Feb. 9 — A aub-district music contest will be held at the Methodist church here this week Wednesday evening. The Methodist churches of Afgona, Titonka, Wesley, Sexton, Llvermore, Whittemore, West Bend. Good Hope, and Bu-rt will compete. Aged Railroader Sick. F. A. M. Froat, who observed his 85th birthday anniversary last week Tuesday, is seriously sick with kidney trouble. He is the father of Mrs. F. L. Tribon. Sale Date* Feb. 11 — Harry Haase, general farm sale, 1 mile east and 40 rods aou,th ot Fenton. Feb. 11—Mike Arend, general sale, 2Vt mUea west and 6 jf Wesley. IS TO BE SOLD ••> Folks Don't Miss This Event lh<> Lid is Off. This is Your Opportunity --Grasp It Starting Tuesday, February 16 Continuing Each A fternoon and Night Until Sold [$10,000.00] Closing Out to the Bare Walls. Leaving Hobarton Good. Fixtures Must Be Sold for CLOTHING HUNDREDS * of pairs of Overshoes, Rubbers, Shoes, Boots, Overalls, Work Shirts, Lined Jackets and Sheep Skin Coats. Men's Caps, Dress Shirts, Ties, Sleeve Holders, Handkerchiefs, Gloves & Socks. OTHER ARTICLES OF MEN'S WEAR GROCERIES Every known kind. Himdreds of cans of Peas, Corn, Tomatoes, Pumpkin, Beans, Beets, Carrots, Spinach and Sauerkraut Peaches, Pears, Pineapple, Apricots, Raspberries, Strawberries, Cherries, Loganberries, and every known kind of Groceries. DRY GOODS HUNDREDS of yards of Percales, Prints, and Crepes, Toweling, Sheeting. Women's Full-Fashioned' Hose. Face Powders, Lotions, Cold Creams, Vanishing Creams, Bath Salts, Tooth Paste, and a complete line of patent medicines. HARDWARE Hundreds of pairs of scissors, Pocket Knives, Watches, Bill Folds, Pocketbooks, Razors and Razor Blades and Mouth Harps. RADIO SUPPLIES B. Batteries, Hot Shots, Dry Cells, Aerials and Insluators. Sale Starts promptly at 1 p. m. every afternoon and 7 p. m., and the sale continues until entire store is sold. BARN ROPE - Farmers, Attention THOUSANDS OF FEET OF BARN ROPE TO BE SOLD AT YOUR OWN PRICE Double and Single Trees, Eveners, Neck Yokes, Shot Guns Rifles and all kinds and all types of Shells, Ammunition, Glassware and Stoneware including Chick Fountains, Steel Chicken Coops and Feeders. Stove Pipe Milk Cans, Hods Baskets, Axes, Forks, Rakes, Hoes, Oil Stoves, Wash Boards, Halters and Leather Nose Baskets. promptly at 1 p. m. every after- noon «nd 7 p. m., and the sale continues until entire store i* sold. ^^•••••••••^^^^^^^•^•••^•••^^^^^^^^^^^^••^^^•B ._.,.. , _ ___,_ i j-iv/w)Uij.vii -iiUJQC -LJCl&i\CLS . Dr. Hess Poultry Panacea and Tonics, pails and packages. Leading makes of Battery and Electric R»«i; A . u i - ~ „ ."^^^^^^^^^^^^^* Machines. New Pressure Stoves, Airow Gas and Nesco Gasoline and famous AnkerHolth Cream S^arator*. " G **° lllle * nd EUrtrfc- W«itonf Valuable Prizes Given After Each Sale. Don't Miss a Day. Mr. Bjustrom and family are leaving Hobarton, having other business interests. The Farmers General St K k clean Merchandise only, and this stock is CLEAN and NEW. He has taken the Auction plan through thK f* 9 * * hifh-clajt firm dealing in charge to dispose of this at the public's mercy. *n tne Knowles Auction Co»i who will be in Farmers General Store urtRADTrtM fr\\i/A .. n **. n ..,*.__ _' ' • '^^ ^m ^p^ HOBARTON, IOWA :; R. O. BJUSTROM, Prop. JUST TWO MILES WEST OF ALGONA, IOWA Fr«e bo* »*rw« Store in Al § « m £:• Jii !,«" f '

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