Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1932 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 7, 1932
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Overbought Sale of IH ALGONA JJ F.S.HOfiTONi/50N5 OC.K '. \ CAW'-f STAMP , i HATE. PEQPte HAVE TO BE t-ABEttO Phone 2X9 F. S. Norton & Son Lumber and Building Materials. We overbought and have a large line of moderate priced wall papers that We Must Sell and sell quick in order to cover our outstanding invoices. And to do this we are going to make you some REAL BARGAINS on a strictly cash basis. 19 PATTERNS Regular 14c at lOic double roll 21 PATTERNS Regular 19c at 14£c double roll 12 PATTERNS Regular 24c at 19£c double roll 8 PATTERNS Regular 29c at 24£c double roll 6 PATTERNS Regular 35c at 29£c double roll These are genuine bargains, for they were priced right originally — none of the light weight, flimsy patterns that are regularly put on the market at 8c or 9c a roll—but quality goods well worth the first price asked. Buy now. Lusby's Drug Store Algona — Iowa WHITTEM GIRL, S I )RE JOE FARMER, WED Whlttemore, Apr. 5—At. St. Michael's Catholic church last week Tuesday morning at S o'clock took ilace the . wedding of Josephine Gengler and John P. Hllbert, of St. Joe. The bride Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Qengler, farmers north of town, and the groom Is the son of Mr. and Mre. Matthew Hll- bert, well known farmers of St. Joe. The bride was attractively gowned n a dress of white satin, a long embroidered veil and white slippers. Her bouquet was of ophella roses, sweet peas and grysoplulla. The bridesmaid, Emma Gengler, sister of 'the bride, wore a frock of Ight blue Spanish lace, white hat, and slippers. Her bouquet was of bronze snapdragons. The groom's •Utendant was hie brother Theodore Hilbert. The nuptial mass was _solemnized by the Rev. 'Father Wm. Veil. During the mass the junior choir sang. Alter the ceremony a wedding Dreakfnst was served at the home of the bride's parents, and the newlyweds left for a brief honeymoon. They will make their home on a farm near Corwlth. Behnke had"'charge of the I Bowman Baby Is Christened— The Herman Voight family, Mrs. Steve Bowman, Molly, John, and Peter Bowman, of Whittemore, Mrs. Miller and son AValter, of Rockwell, were Sunday guests at Michael Bowman's. After dinner guests were Mrs. Fucheen, Mrs. Peter Da!hl- hauser, Mrs. D. Oswald, Mr. and Mrs. John Kollasch, Mrs. John Origer and daughter Agnes and Christina. The Michael Bowman baby was christened Sunday afternoon, and named Derald Michael. Anna Cullon Rung 'Champion— Anna Zita Cullen, who formerly worked in the Champion office for Seth B. Cairy,- and-who has of-late been working for the Richmond Review, 'Richmond, Mich., came home for a two weeks visit, during which time she will be in charge of the Champion. William Heller, linotype operator for' Mr. Cairy, spent last week in the office, and was invaluable in getting the work done. Marriage Banns Announced— Announcements were made Sunday at St. Michael's Catholic church of the approaching marriage of Arthur Fandel, Whlttemore, and Catholine Brennan, of Emmetsburg. The wedding is 'to take place in the near future at Emmetsburg, after which the couple will go to Douglas, Wyo., to make their home. Arthur hae been working in a jewelry and music store there for some time. Seniors Have Pictures Taken— The high echool seniors had graduation pictures taken last week Tuesday at the Art Studio, Algona, and afterwards attended Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde at the Call theater. William Heller, senior, unable to go Tuesday, had his picture taken 'Friday. There are only five seniors: Esther Behnke, Linda Roeber, William Heller, Martin Wagner, Lloyd Walker. while they were gone. Ruth and Viola fealgeman spent the week-end with relatives at West Bend. The Balgemans formerly liv* ed near West Bend. "Take" Farrell and "Bird" Fish returned last week from a visit In the west. They left by auto two weeks ago, but came home by rail. The H. R. Zumachs are having a number of rooms In their house repainted and redecorated by Alex Nielsen, of Algona. Paul Smith, of Chicago, .111., was home last week • vleltlng his apr- ents, Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Smith. Mrs. Pete Schumacher and two sons spent the week-end with her parents at Clarion. Mrs. Charles Heidenwlth, Lone Rock, spent Sunday, at her son Arthur Heldenwith's. Edna Schultz epent last week with relatives, friend's, and at Wash Harris's, West Bend. "Slim" Summers.' who has been away during the winter, came back a week ago. Mrs. Evelyn Hansen and Mrs. Leo Swanson spent Friday afternoon at Algona. A Mr. Brown, barber supply salesman, was entertained by local friends one evening last week. The Fred Wegeners,. Lone Rock, spent last Thursday at Mrs. Wegen- er'e brother Arthur Heldenwith's. Peter Elbert spent last week Tuesday with- his eon, Peter Elbert, at Garner. Mrs. Leo Walters, son Durwood, and Mrs. Ray Oliver, all of Algona, spent last week Wednesday here. Mrs. D. W. Smith, Burt, has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Jennings, north of town. Edna Lauritzen, who had worked at Fenton three or four weeks, is again at home. Robert Braatz is working for John Schallin, Lotts Creek, this season. NEW ALDERMAN NAMED IN HOT TITONKATItT Titonka, Apr. 5—The town election was held last week Monday, and all officers were reelected except W. H. Stott, councilman, Raymond 'Bonacker being elected in his place. The vote follows: mayor. Lee O. Wolfe, 112; William Larsen, Rex Austin, Doctor Sartor, and Frank Hagen, one each; councilmen, L. F. Callies, 94, *Yed Anderson, 12, 'Ray Bonacker, 79, William Larsen, 14, Henry Franzen, 13, John Loeschen, 16, W. H. Stott, 57, Doctor Sartor, 78, Anton Pannkuk, 89, Herman Rachut, 115, H. A. French, 39, Edward Calliee, 23, Adolph Missal, 41; assessor—J. E. Veil, 107, H. C. Schweppe, 2, Kenneth Fisher, 1, Ray Hansen, 1; treasurer; H. C. Schweppe, 21, William Boyken, 16, J. C. Newville, 5, Ray Bonacker, 2. The new council will be Messrs. Callies, Pannkuk, Sartor, Rachut, and Bonacker. Boys Plan Klttenball Teum— Committees from the surrounding Lutheran congregation met Friday evening in St. Paul's Lutheran school to talk over kittenball teams for this year. The boys decided to again have a team, but It is not yet certain whether the girls will play. Presentation Pupils Give Play— A play at Presentation academy, The Ghost Bird, last week Wednesday evening, drew a large audience. Music was furniehed between acts by the Presentation orchestra. Another Dam-e Tomorrow Xlglit— A dance Friday evening at the Higglns hall drew a large crowd. The Iowa -Blues orchestra furnished music. This week Friday evening Don's De Luxe orchestra playe. Ice and Snow Removed— 'Last week Tuesday, the day after the town election, men were put to work at hauling snow and ice off the streets. and JT. *>. J^sher i Iow v Mrt. Alrtofc* PAfinktik aftd Gilbert*Nelson. Mrs. Miller Nelson w&n a travel prize. Mr«. W. J. Benton Laid Up— Mrs. W. J. Denton has been confined In a darkened room at her home with an eye ailment which has been giving her considerable trouble during a year. A specialist was consulted at Mason City last Thursday. Khenmatslm Patient it Improved— E. O. Slack, who had been cared for by Mrs. Fred Wentz at her home several weeks, the victim of' rheumatism, was taken home Saturday and is now up and around the house. Flu Victim Suffers Relapse— S. J. de Vries, manager of the North Iowa grain company, Is confined to bed with a relapse of the flu. He was sick a couple of Weeks ago and returned to his work too soon. Benefit Card Party Given— TheJLeglon and the Auxiliary gave a benefit card party at the I. O. O. F. hall last Thursday evening, and ilgh score winners were Mre. M. S. Craven and C,oach Theodore Dun- inlre. April Fool Party Given— The school pupils had an April Fool party at the school building Friday evening, given by the juniors." A fake cake was the cause of much merriment. Two Have Whooping 1 Cough— •Beth Bonacker and Betty Lee Dryland have the whooping cough, and their homes are adorned with warning signs. Other Titonka News. Mrs. Dick Saathoff, of Thompson, arid her children visited here Sunday. The. John Schraeders, Britt, visited their daughter, Mrs. William Boyken, Friday. The E. L. Hansens,- Swea City, spent Sunday with Mrs. Geslna .Hansen. Homer Downs,. tank man, . and John 'Bleich,- station man,' for the Mid-Continent company, atttended a meeting of employes at Mason City last Thursday, evening. •Marguerite",' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. -\ntone Pannkuk who Is taking nurses' training at Mercy hospital, Maeon City, spent the weekend with her parents. The Harry McElroys, Eagle Grove, attended the Philip Bufflng- Lon funeral last Thurdeay.'The McElroys and the Bufflngtons used to be farm neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Guldo Sartor drove up from Iowa City Saturday to bring home Mrs. Pierre Sartor ,who had epent a week with them. Lorraine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Peterson, Is suffering an attack of rheumatism, following the flu. Mrs. AVilllam Peterson, who had Lumber Company Completing Shed The 'Fullerton lumber company is completing a new lumber shed. Other Whittemore Jfews. Mr. Nieman returned Friday from Dubuque, where he had been for three or four days. While he was gone Edward Cullen had charge of the hardware store, and Arthur Fandel, who had been working at Wyoming, Iowa, took Edward's place at the Eicheid pool hall. William Baas Is improving since his return from Excelsior Spring, Mo. He went there to have a leg bone rebroken and reset. Fred A. Behnke, formerly Whittemore, gave him a farewell party before he came back. . . The Otto Kloocks, Garner, spent Friday here, and were accompanied home by John and Jimmy Crawford. Mr. Kloock, who formerly operated the local creamery, is now manager of a Garner creamery. Mrs. John Lottman, mother of Mrs. Maurice Mallory and Edward and John Lottman, with a sister, Mrs. Carl Mattfeld, and the latter'e husband, all of Jolley, spent a few days here last week. Mrs. Charles Lauritzen and daughter Verdell, spent the weekend with relatives at Klemme. They visited at the C. V. Wolfe home. Mrs. Wolfe is a daughter of the Laurltzens. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer drove to Steamboat Rock Friday to visit at Martin Nlssen's. They were accompanied back to Whittemore by Mrs. Nissen and two children. Mr. and Mrs. J.' E. Walker, son 'Lloyd, and Arthur Walker, drove to Alexander Sunday to visit at Carl Walker's. Carl ie a son of the J. E. Walkers. •Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Zumach spent last week Monday evening at the Carl Zumach's in Lotts Creek. It was Carl's birthday. Eugene, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schattechneider, was reported a little better last week-end, after a week's sickness. •Mrs. Frank Bankson, Algona, spent last week here and took care of her father, Mr. Krahn, who Is Improving. ' . Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brag a spent Friday at Meseryey. and Henry Woman Is Cancer "Victim— ' Mrs. Frank Kettwlch died last week 'Monday evening, after a long siege of cancer. The Rev. A. Kilian, north of town, conducted funeral services at the 1 church, ond among out of town relatives who attended were Paul Lindaman, Eggo Stohr, 'Lena Stohr, Mrs. Buss Venenga, Mrs. Chris Sonnenberg, and John Venenga, all of Holland, la.; Mr. and Mrs. August Floter.' Minnil Floter, and John Arends, all of Stout; Fred Rewerts, a son, . and Fred Brownton, of Minnesota; Mre. William Stohr, a daughter, and the John Harms family, all of Wellsburg; John Conrad and Uffie and George Kettwick, all of Bloomington, 111.; Mrs. William Frerlchs, of Grundy Center; the Herman Stohrs, the Fred Thies family, and the William Sutlers, all of Ackley, Inter-County Meeting Held— The Legion post and the Auxiliary unit were represented at a Kossuth- Winnebago joint meeting at Lakota Friday evening by Nathaniel Walsh, Mrs. Sadie Denton, and Esther Askin. The Lakota Legionnaires were hosts to all posts and units in the two counties. Sheriff Cress and Editor W. Earl Hall, Maeon City,-'Legion council officials, -were main speakers. John Wood Jr. to Rochester— John Wood Jr. returned to Rochester Monday to go through the Mayo clinic again for a check-up. He suffered an attack of infantile paralysis a couple of months ago, and required rest is already resulting In progress and he Is recovering the use of a foot which was paralyzed. He will have to lay off work for a year. Farewell for the Geo. Howes— A local bridge club gave a surprise farewell party for Mr. and Mrs. George Howe last week Mondoy evening. Lunch was provided by members of the club. The Howes have since moved to Esthervllle and the Supt. C. A. Hobn family moved Into the Howe house Saturday. Auxiliary First In Contest— The Legion Auxiliary to Breen post received word Monday from Mre. Marie Standley, eighth district commltteewoman, that it had won first in a scrapbook contest conducted in a recent district conven- ventlon. Mrs. Raymond Bunacker is local Americanism chairman. Bridge Club js Entertained— The' 'L. B.* Larsene entertained their bridge club' at dinner last week Wednesday evening, and high score winners were Mrs. H. C. Schweppe MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE »iek o leave th« hou*<» 'one day re* Mesdamt* Esther Aikln and Sadie Denton visited last Thursday at Mrs. Clarence Winter's at Mason City. The H. Davidsons. Rlngsted, spent Sunday at the local Bonacker, Nelson, and Larsen homes. The Ole .Mlchaelsons, of Thomp* son, spent Sunday at Emma F. Heifner's. . „ „ ... Charles Wallace, Iowa Falls, was a guest at, W. J. Deriton'e last Thursday. PHILLIP BUFFINGTOII, DOAN FARMER, PASSES Titonka, Apr. 5—Philip Bufflngr ton, who had been sick a year, died at his home last week Monday noon, following a stroke. He was born August 22, 1870, in Ogle county, 111 and was in his 62nd year at death. Hie parents moved to Story county, Iowa, when he was four, and he was married to Alice May Stevens February 6, 1895. The family came to Kossuth in 1915. Mr. Bufflngton is survived by his wife and eight out of nine children; Ross, of AVesley township; Elsie Hansen ond Oral Titonka; Faye Likes, Algona; 'Marie, of Garrison; Zella- Harris, . oi Hampton; Bradford and Blanche, a'l home. A daughter Hazel died In Infancy. There are six grandsons and one granddaughter. Mr. Buf- flngton also left five 'brothers, John Clinton, Daniel, Aaron, and George and three sisters: Mrs. Charles Hix Mrs. Ella De Bartello, and Mrs Fronk Conway. The Rev. L. G Gartner, of Rowan, former Methodist pastor here, and the Rev. Car Hammer, present pastor, conducted funeral services at the church last week Wednesday. Lakota Elects Roba. Lakota, Apr. 5—Henry Roba was elected mayor of Lakota at the election last week Monday and the following.were reelected councilmen: Frank Krall, Ben Farrow, Ed Underdahl and Sid LIndsey. Guy Beemer was elected to replace Mr. Roba ae councilman. A, E. Ogren was elected assessor, and E. R. Worley, treasurer. Wesleyan Under Knife. Wesley, Apr. 5—Mrs. Mike. Goetz underwent an operation for tumor at Kossuth hospital Friday. Although still weak and ill, she Is thought to be In satlefactory condition. She Is in the care of a special nurse. The three youngest children are being cared, for by their aunt, Mrs. Anthony Johnson. district t6t Setftftnlrt* At •"-.s.'vsasj *« B „ — eortkif.o* ithe southeast O n« • Section 88 Plum Creek t<wn*hipyaWd running north two (21 t?, ua ««f| northwest corner of the nB«hto»t ofte-qtmrter of Sections so Said ro«d to be surfaced with grovel. Said district to include the following described real estate' Owner*—* .Description g ec \ Chris d. MlMef, w# tfw^ ,.-i- t .ti.« l .- J .»j.—,... 2 6 «>Mk, t, Jttttt*, »tt, NWKI "-" SW^. 26 26 35 35 Leo J. Miller, NW}4 James E. McEnroe, 8% SBU Jame« E. McEnroe, NfiU! NL.,. ~~T. -~. Mark-* Jdaephlne Stanton, 8HK SBH -*... DeMatide Lathrop '& M. P. weave*, Wtf gW*4 _.»—*—»—*---- *«<i».i.«»" -•«"•----.._„ 35 J. H. Long, W% SW% ^-^-"^---r-"- —— 35 Owen & M. L. MeEnroe, S# NW%; NW«4 : NW% 35 Fred Seefeld, NE% NWU .--"-'-''•"-'-——•«• 35 Said petition will come on for hearing before the Board of s ors at their office in the Court House in Algona, Iowa, at 2-00 „> m. on the 21st day of April, 1982, at which time all persons therein may appear and be heard in the matter. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 26th day, of March, 1932. ' BERTHA E. 30-31 ' County FREE—3-YR. GUARANTEED tube with G & J Big 6 or Super Stalwart tire. During April.—Gamble's. 16-30 Chassis Lubrication and Crankcase Refill in ypttr Ford car for What it includes— I —CHASSIS LUBRICATION —AIR TIRES —WATER BATTERY : , —REFILL GRAPJKCASE #th 5 qts. of Herraolineoil Hermoline oil is 100 per,cent pure Pennsylvania and is one of the best oils on the market today. I See the New Ford V-8 on displJ to-day, April 7 ' KENT MOTOR CO, Phone 484 AUTHORIZED Algona, loin I ^errlce— —Sales READ THE ADVANCE WANT ADS ANNOUNCING THE NEW FOR V-8 li n a Eigl«.c y li.J«, 90-a.gr.. V-«yp., .,«.p 0weI EnglM , of Gwity . SiW i «ed S1U., Ge. r SUift i S.v.., y .f iye Mil e . r .. / New self-adjusting Houdaille double. enclosed four-wheel brake, rv- acting hydraulic shock absorbers with tive steeLspoke wheels ^!K'I T? thermostatic control , . . New rear caps . . .Handsome^ V ^ ?** ^ spring constructioQ . , , Automatic Gleeful new roof lZ !, T' ' ' ' sb ,rok e, 3 3/4 inches m ' ' ' ' IodivWl »» l > ns «te Wff visort , . f t Adj»mW* CW« flf M»Wr, on u , 90-degree counterbalanced IM from fourteen-gall crankshaft . , . Large, effective fully , to rear ... Choke on MU **""' *"*% ** »^ « i*f«. r*»*l J ' r" f. S^' *^£\J&fcS> ..T.J*-.~,^ ''4-^//..^

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