Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1932 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 14, 1932
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FACE SIX Cleaning BROTHER OF LAKOTANDIES IN CAR CRASH Lakota. Apr. 12—Mrs. Oust Koppen received a message Thursday morning stating that her brother, Mike Shannon, of Viroqua. Wls., had Draperies Rugs and Curtains Cleaned right here at home and a first - class job guaranteed. Don't send work out of town when you are assured a good job right here at home. Modern Dry Cleaners Don't forget to send as yoar rugs. Stvea City Girl Hit by Car; Leg is Broken been kilted in an automobile dent Wednesday night. Mr. accl- and Mrs. Koppen, their daughters. Gen- evleve and Marcella. and sons Harold and Donald, left for Wisconsin Friday morning to attend the funeral, which was held Saturday. They returned home Sunday. This young man lived with his mother and a brother, who Is not well, and was the real family head. The young man who was in the car with him was still unconscious when the Koppens left. Attends Big Missionary Meeting— The Rev. F. O. Johnson attended a Methodist • missionary rally at Forest City last Thursday given by the Gnrner and Forest City groups. Besides other interesting talks in.con- nection with the work the Rev.^Mr. Hewitt, of Evanston, III., spoke on mission work in the slum districts; the Rev. Mr. Hollingshead, Chicago, on World Service, and Dr. O'Brien, of Morningside spoke on the college work. A speaker was to have held services at Lakota that night, but because of road conditions could not come*. F, R. Enjoys Big Program— The Ledyard township general Farm Bureau met at Frank Lewis's Friday evening with 50 present. The program follows: Community singing; vocal duet, Betty Anderson and Swea City, Apr. 12—Laura Jane, 8-year daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Barker, was struck last week Wednesday by a South Dakota car at the Lars Erlckson paving Intersection on No. 9. The child, who was going home at noon, failed to see the car, which was driven by Norris Westvllle, Dell Rapids. S. D. She was thrown to the pavement, one wheel ran over one of her legs Arthur Zumach's. just above the ankle, breaking a bone. Mr. Westvllle reported the accident to the mayor, who after the evidence was in, ruled that the accident was unavoidable. The girl is doing well. »w Schools Oo«*h Picked— Armand Schueler has been elected school coach to succeed Harold Anderson, who has accepted election Potratz and Richard Potratz spent Sunday afternoon wth their sister, Mrs. Otto Tletz. Burt. Mrs. Tletz has been 111 for some time. Margaret 'Banna, Ada Fiene, and Ruth Schmlel, attending the Algona high school, spent a spring vacation with their parents here last week, Mrs. Rose Ohrrt, Algona, and her daughter Esther spent Sunday at The Richard Potratzes visited Lu Verne relatives last Thursday. •Bancroft, Apr. .12 — Mrs. Hans Doose and 15-year-old son arrived Friday from Briedetedorf, Schtes- wlg-Holsteln, Germany, air. Doose. who Is blacksmith at the Delterlng garage, came to this country seven years ago, and the daughter Anna Marie, who came three years ago, attended the Bancroft high school for a time and Is now employed at Mason City, though at present she Is here for a three weeks vacation. The Doosea are living in the McCarty house In south Bancroft. Mr. Doose became a citizen of the United States laet fall. Lone Rock ROOMS FOR RfiNf.-PHONE 5u31 BICYCLE FOR SALE. Byson, phone _499. — TONt 10p3i ALFALFATHAY FOR SALE.--C. 8pal FOR Bailey, phone 2F23. SMASlTlSbbERN HOUSE rent.— Sam Medln at creamery. 9p31*32 FOR SALE—ALGONA INDEPEND- ent school bonds.-<!all Advance 8p31-32 FOR SALE—BALED HAY Mixed The Lone Rock boys won their first baseball game of the season at Mclntyre as superintedent and] from Whlttemore Friday afternoon coach. Armand, who is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schueler. south of town, Is a graduate of the Seneca high school and will complete four years of college at Western Union, Le Mars, in June. He has been outstanding there in athletics, being now assistant college coach. Beck Family to I»ow»— Dr. and Mrs. A. G. Reck' have moved to Dows, where the doctor will continue the practice of his profession. Sunday evening 75 Methodists and others gathered in the church basement for a farewell party. In short talks, L. A. McNeil spoke for the Brotherhood; Samuel Warburton for the Sunday school; Mrs. Fred Seylor, for the missionary society; and the Rev. B. L. Weaver for the church. A parting gift was '*90,000 Assets Sell for «795— The remaining assets of the First Margaret Smith; interesting parts j presented to the Recks. of my western trip, Mrs. Jennie Gutknecht; piano duet, Gertrude Wortman and Fern Lewis; Sparkin' Peggy Jane, Miriam and Norma Heetland; where your tax dollars goes, Mrs. J. H. Warburton; report of county contact meeting, 'Mrs. John Heetland. Lunch was served. Former Teacher is Honored— A number of social events were given last week in honor of Dorothy Hardin, visiting here. Mrs. O. R. Smith and Miss Awe gave a bridge party Monday evening. Mrs. R. <E. Hamquist entertained the teachers at dinner Tue.sday evening. Mrs. at Whlttemore 11-3. The Rev. S. M. Gladstone attended a .bible class meeting at -Rlng- sted last week Wednesday. Hulda Worthlngton spent several days last week.at the Ernest Fischer's. The Quilting club met at Frederick Genrich's last week Tuesday- evening. . Gladys and Kathryn Stebrltz were visitors in Bancroft last week Tuesday. Supervisor and Mrs. Charles Morris were callers at Burt last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt and iMrs. L. R. Roderick visited at Frank Billing's east of week Tuesday. ... • Beulah. Gladstone .and Dorothy Macurrib'er had dental work done -at Burt last week. ,. Mr. and. Mrs. Jim, Ackerman and Ralph Prlebe went to Mason City last week ^Thursday. cause school was held In Burt Saturday, Miss Hannah, the leader, was not present. Some of the Lone Rock girls attended. • The John Sprank family Sunday at Glen Burt's near strong. •Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Mr! and Mrs^Rlchord Laife and Mrs. August Lampe went to Jollet, 111., Friday to attend the funeral of a relative. Mrs. John Rath and children, Neva and Lawrence, visited at Ralph Hurlburt's 'Saturday. Earl F. Griffith, of Algona, was a caller In Lone Rock . Saturday. He Is a candidate for county auditor. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sanders were at Swea City Sunday visiting at alfalfa and timothy.—Harry Ward, Algona. llpll-12 FOR RENT—DOWNSTAIRS housekeeping rooms.—J. Riddle, 103 E. Kennedy. 10 P 31 LET OUR TELEPHONE BE your clothes line. — Klrsch phone 267. Laundry, 10u20tt spent i PAINTING, DECORATING, paper- Arm- ' hanging; free, estimate. — Karl Wlllasson. last wiulam ganders'. Mrs. Andrew Thomson, Mrs. Vic- National bank were sold last Thurs- I Marietta Christenson stopped In day by Mr. Heiden, receiver, and the j Des Moines on her way home from $90,000' worth of assets was nearly all sold. There were six bidders, including a local group. The success- ,ful .bidder was C. L. Rowe, Sioux City, for only $795. A final dividend of 5 to 10 per cent will be declared soon. Dividends aggregating 35 per cent have already been paid. 3 One-Act Plays Planned— The high school seniors will give three one-act plays this year instead William Turley entertained at bridge] o f the customary three-act' play: Wednesday evening, and Mrs. Earl j Lady of the Lilacs, directed by Miss Grabau entertained the teachers Hollis; King Row, directed by Mr. Thursday evening. Miss Hardin was Mallory; Thanks, Awfully, directed also family guest at dinner at a | by Miss Wilcox. Virginia Fultz is NEW HATS number of other homes. Mclraths Visit at Telcamp's— Mrs. T. H. Mcllrath and daughter Ruth and Mrs. John Ditzler, o£ Grinnell, visited at Jake E. Tel- camp's last week Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Mcllrath is a sister of Mrs. Telcamp and they visited their mother, Mrs. Bloom, who is a patient in the hospital at Algona with a broken hip. The Mcllraths were on their way home from California when the accident happened, and this was her first visit to her mother. class valedictorian, .is salutatorlan. and Alice Dahl Put on All-Tourney Team— Arthur Deim and Donald Peterson recently received medals signifying membership on an all-tourney basketball team picked as the result of a recent independent tournment at FOR SPRING AND SUMMER •Our hats meet all requirements in STYLE - QUALITY - PRICE THE ELITE SHOP FREES HIS WIFE OF RHEUMATISM Uric Acid FoUon Started ' To 'Leave Body in. 21 Hours Pain, Af^o n y and Strolling Gone In 48 Hours with Swift Acting Prescription. That marvelous prescription — Al- lenru— promises you need never feel a pain or ache from Rheumatism, Neuritis, L.uml>ago, or Sciatica again; Folks wlio have suffered the most piercing 1 , wincing agony — literally rendered helpless for weeks and unable to work have gained miraculous, joyful freedom from pain. Allenru contains no drugs or opiates — which helps juat temporarily — rather, it's a superb formula especially compounded which treats your trouble scientifically — first immediately ending pain and bringing blessed comfort — then it drives out from muscles, joints and tissues those excess uric acid deposits which cause your rheumatism. E. W. I-usby, drugKi-st, and all leading druggists dispense Allenru — one 8 oz. bottle for 85c MUST give joyful results as .stated above or money returned. LOST 20 IBS. OF FAT IN JUST 4 WEEKS -Mrs. Ma.0 "West of St. Louis, Mo., •writfc.s: "I'm only 28 yr.s. old and weighed 170 Jbs. until taking one box of your Kruschen Salts just 4 weeks ago. I now weigh 150 lljs. 1 also have more energy and furthermore 1'vt-, never had a hungry mo- men L." K-tt folks should take one half tea.H|joonful of Kruschen Salts in a gla~ -if liot, waU'r in the morning befora ljraaktast-.-ir.-i the SAFE, harmliiiu v/:iy to ralucc as tens of tliou.vind:; of men and women know. Yor your health's sake ask for and get li'ruschen at E. W. Lusby's or any drug store — the cost for a bottle that lasus 4 weeks is but a trifle and if after the first bottle you are- not joyfully satisfied with results — money back. (1) Roads In Bad Condition— Conversation the past two weeks has centered around when cars or trucks were-stuck. The roads are still in bad condition in many places. No. 9 from Lakota to Buffalo Center was impassable part of last week, and mail from the east did not arrive Tuesday. George Grclse at Rochester— Dr. Williams and John Greise went to Rochester (Monday to see John's father, George Greise, who was taken to the Mayo clinic last week Monday for examination. Mr. Greise has been sick for some time, but nothing definite as to the cause is known yet. Spencer which the Cardinals won. Donald was picked for ward; Arthur, for guard. here for- W. C. T. U. Posters Exhibited— Friday afternoon posters made by the 5th, Gth, 7th, and 8th grades were displayed in the dining room of the school building. They had been judged previously, and the public was now invited to eee them. The local W. C. T. TJ. served tea, coffee, and sandwiches. Grant lets Teacherage Job— The Grant school board has awarded a contract to iLeon "Worden, Ledyard, for a teacherage to replace one destroyed by fire some time ago. Work will 'begin as soon as weather permits. Step-Father Seriously 111— iMrs. "E. A. Clemans left for Red Wing, Minn., last Thursday in -response to a message stating that her stepfather, William Henn, was seriously ill in a hospital after an operation. She went to Estherville by automobile and from there by train. Theater Name Is Changed— Roy Meyer has taken over the management of the theater here and the name has been changed from "World" to "Lakota." Mr. Meyer has worked in the Woodworth drug store for some years and will continue his work there. All Teachers Are Reelected— The school board last week reelected the entire force of teachers. All signed up despite a salary cut. Other Lakota News. The Rev. F. O. Johnson left Sunday afternoon for Knoxville, where he will spend most of the week visiting Mrs. Johnson's parents. Mrs. Johnson, who has spent the last two weeks there helping care for her mother, will accompany him home the latter part of the week. Twenty young people attended the regular monthly party of the Berean Sunday .school class at the church -last week Tuesday evening. The evening was spent in games, and home made ice cream, cake, and coffee were served late in the evening. The Methodist church board met at the parsonage last Thursday New Phone Directory Soon— Swea City is to have a new telephone directory May 1, and the Herald will print it. The exchange here is owned by the Iowa Union telephone company. Out-of-Town Man Speaks— Dr. C. J. Hewitt, representing •home missionary work, spoke last Thursday evening at the Methodist church. Chicago: vlast week -.Thursday. She has been -taking a nurse's training course in a Chicago hospital. The Christenso.ns went to Fairmont the following day. The Sewing Circle met at. the Otis Sanders home last week Thursday evening. The annual business meeting was j held In the church last week Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton, Mrs. Willis Cotton and John Sprank went to Ames and Des Moines Friday. John Sprank consulted the Veterans' Bureau while there, and the Cottons visited the Harvey Shellitos) and they returned Saturday. | Harriett Fish and .Florence Householder visited the Burt school Saturday. Gladys and Melvln Nelson spent the week-end in Humboldt with their sister, Mrs. Theodore Jacob- eon. • Mrs. P. M. Christenson and daughter Marietta, Beulah Gladstone, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Krueger, Brsel Blanchard, Chester Alme, Mrs. L. R. Roderick and two girls, Bernyce and Imogene, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt, Mrs. Jessie Stebritz, and two daughters, were Algona shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bierstedt are parents of a boy, born Sunday at the home of Mrs. 'Bierstedt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nemitz. A new coal shed is being built at the elevator. George Hannah, George Nyman, and Alex 'Krueger went to Fenton, Whittemore, Burt, and Algona, last week Tuesday on business for the elevator. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flal'g and Mary Ann and Maxine visited at H. C. Marteneen's at Ringsted Sunday. Mrs. Art Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rahn went to Carroll Friday to get Art Davis, who has been working there. They returned Saturday. _ »p31-34 FOR SAt<E— MAMMOTH Toulouse "goose eggs. — Aaron Taylor, phone 1 on 93, Burt. Ilp30-31 FOR SALE—A FEW TONS of baled alfalfa hay at $18.00 per .ton. — White's Grocery. 15u31 MODERN APARTMENT FOR rent. —Kossuth County State Bank Examiner In Charge. lluSltf ROUEN^DUCK "eggs for sale, $5 for 100.—Mrs. C. .C. Freeark, Lakota. 14p31-33 SIODERN MOUSE *OR Kowuth County tfUte Bank nminer 1ft Charge. FOR RENT - MODERN Af ART- ment; furnace, private and heat.—Phone 218. lluSltf stands 17 hands, , light, 1 P>!cied to sell.—F p 12u91jton, la. ' ' FOR RENT-SOUTH 6 ROOMS OF HOOKED « UUOi h , lu Ressegule house west of Bbtsford runners made to order ubr co'—'Phone 108. 16U81 pieced. Beautiful THREE UNFURNISHED NEWl*Yj redecorated rooms for light hotise- keeplng.-Pho'ne- 4(U'WV llt»31 FREE! INNER' TUBE WITH BIO 6 or G & J Super Stalwart tire: During April.—Cafnble Stores. 1B-81 FOR SALE-CHOICE SEED POTA-. toes, Early Ohio Cobbler, Rurals. —Ray McWhorter, Burt. 12p29-31 WHITE LEGHORN BOGS FOR 1 hatching; accredited flock.—Frank Capesius, Algona, phone 15S24. ';•. ' 12p29-31 FOR SA'UE—OHOldE hay out of barn, $15 per tbn. — C. R, Schoby, 6 miles south of Algona. FOR SALE-WHITE WYAKDOTT-E hatching egga. — Mr«. A. B. Schenck, phone 26F11, Algona 'g31-32 FOR R/ENT — 3-ROOM ment with light, heat a garden spot 888. APART- water, and furnished. — P.hone 14p31 FOR SALE—SOY BEANS, Manchu and Illlnl; 90c per bu., test 92.— work, FOR SALE— FORD an« Plow.' .with pulley nor, In good condi erno good condition Bell at Ford garag,-, A l sona ~" WANTED — ,-mlddle.agea ferredi woman; &,.. "" Reference.s.-Mr, Lepper, phone 52, Corvvlth HAVE US mailing list and savTyou «,! pense and drudgery 0 ( t ' addresses cannot be told yrltlnr.—Advance. 'FINEST money will buy. ft .bushel. Fancy er.—A."..C. Carlisle, til SCARIFIED S\VKET~~ *2.55 bu. Registered u Grimm Alfalfa, attractive Free noxious weeds, shlnn«] inspection. Free samples, •<£• counts, prepaid proposition.! Dakota Grimm Alfalfa i-'-.? 1 Fargo, N. D., 500 cooperating «^K .ers. *v<^^> tor Rogers, and Jay Godden -returned from Ames last week Monday after visiting friends. . Ernest .Jensen went- to Downey Sunday to see his mother and to be at her bedside when she underwent an operation at Iowa City Monday All Lone Rock teachers have been re-elected, it was reported after a school board meeting held last week Tuesday. Lone Rock boys will play baseball at Swea City this week Friday. The county baseball tournament will -be held at Burt and Titonka next week. Pairings for the tournaments 'have not been made. Junior high pupils are working on a play, "Raspberry Red," which will be given next week Friday evening. The last P. T. A. meeting of the school year will be»held in the auditorium next week Thursday evening. An exhibit of the school work will be made, and officers for next year will be elected. Buzz Saw Accident. Burt, Apr. 12 — J. N. Holding had two fingers cut badly while he was sawing wood with a buzz saw Saturday. USETHEOLJ> 'MARSHALL'S •t «U PruagUt*. or wot pretwi4 bf WIU.IAWI Mra. Co. cu«veuANP. P. evening to finish the work of first half of the church year the and make plans for the remainder of the year. Mrs. A. Q. Smith was hostess to the Methodist Aid last week Wednesday at the church. Plans were made for a 12:30 luncheon at the next meeting. Dorothy Hardin, former teacher here, was a visitor last week. She is teaching in Clear Lake, and spent her spring vacation visiting friends. The Elliott Kulanders went to Mason City Saturday afternoon and visited Mrs. Kulander's parents, the L. Petersons, till Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Joe Faulkner went to Es- •thervlUe lust week, where she is caring for her nephew's children while their mother is visiting. The Moore Altlzers visited at George Altizer's last week Sunday. Moore is the eldest son and is station agent at Popejoy. The John Alberts, of Swea City, were Sunday visitors at Henry Patterson's, east of town. The women are sisters. The junior class play was given Friday evening to a large crowd. The senior play will be given in May. Other Swea City. The Meedames Frank Thomson, Ed Anderson, and C. C. Gushing were hostesses at a meeting here attended -by local and Burt Rebekahs last Thursday evening. Thirty-five persons attended. The Rev. Mr. Swanson and Mrs. J. J. Anderson returned Sunday from Sioux City, where they had attended a Lutheran convention. Mrs. 'B. L. Weaver returned Sunday from Sioux City, where she had visited her son La Vane a month. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Mitchell spent Sunday with the latter's parents at Klemme. The Baptist woman's Sunday school class met at the Guild hall last Thursday evening. 1893 SETTLER IN LOUS GREEK DIES OF HEART TROUBLE Lotts Creek, Apr. 12—Mrs. August Wolter died Sunday, April 3, following six weeks of high blood pressure and heart trouble. (Funeral .services were held at the Lotts Creek Lutheran church last week Wednesday, the Rev. E. Fiene, pastor, officiating. Mrs. Wolter was born August 17, 1802, in Germany, and was in her 70th year at death. Her father was Bernhard Jaskulke. Her maiden name was Emilie Raschke. She was married November 8, 1885, and with her husband came to America in 1S93. They settled in Lotts Creek. Ten children, three of whom are dead, were born, and the survivors are: Mrs. Margaret Heller, Whitte- moije; Louise, Mrs. Adolph Genrlch, Fairmont; Ernest, Lotts Creek; Anna, Mrs. Herman Bunkofske, Burt; Meta, Mrs. Carl Vigdal, Lotts Creek; Selma, Mrs. Ernest Mueller, Fenton; and Alfred, who runs a sandwich shop across the street east of the courthouse at Algona. There are 22 grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. A brother, Leo Jaskulke, lives at Fenton. Pallbearers were Albert Potratz, Edward Tietz, John Kohlwes, Richard Potratz, Herman Reisner, and Otto Wichtendahl. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reisner, of Lotts Creek, spent part of Sunday at Emil Kraft's, The Krafts' went •to Fenton to visit at Adolph Peril's part of the same day. Mr. and Mrs. William' Blanchard of Humboldt, visited at M. E. Blanchard's Saturday. Mrs. Alex Krueger and Mrs. M, E. Blanchard went to Armstrong' Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thompson, who are parents ol a girl, Beverly Ann, born laet week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schraeder went to Emmetsburg Sunday to visit Mr, Schraeder's father, who underwenl an operation recently. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Micha spent the week-end with friends in Ring sted. Mr. Micha rented the Elvldge home and will move his household goods In when It has been repapered Thomas Engesser went to Sheffield Sunday 'to get Margaret Roderick, who has spent two weeks visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Margaret Davison. The 4-H club girls met with Dorothey Brooke at 'Burt Saturday. Be- ANNOUNCEMENTS I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- dldacy for County Auditor of Kossuth county, subject to the will of the republican voters at the June primary. Your vote and support ivill be appreciated.—Harley E. Bartlett. 32PAtf I AM A CANDIDATE IN THE June primaries for the republican nomination for supervisor in the First district, consisting of Whlttemore, Garfield, Cresco, Riverdale, Irvington,, Sherman, and Lu Verne townships. '—Hugh Raney, Irvington township. . SS(2)20tf HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN : dldacy for county attorney of Kossuth county on the republican ticket, subject to/the will of the vot- ers.-rH. W. Miller. 24 (2)23.-38 TO THE VOTERS OF KOSSUTH county: I hereby announce my candidacy for the republican nomination for county recorder, subject to the decision of the voters .in the June primaries.—Helen Dickinson I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- didacy for the republican nomination for county attorney, subject to the will of the voters at the June primary.—G. W. Stillman. 25u23tf I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- dldacy for the republican nomination for county auditor subject to the will of the voters at the primary election June 6, 1932.—Earl F. Griffith. 29(2)26tf I AM A CANDIDATE FOR THE republican nomination for county auditor subject to the will of the voters in the June primaries.—Geo P. Hawcott, Burt. 26p26-39 ANNOUNCEMENT — I HEREBY announce my candidacy for the republican nomination for supervisor In the First district, Kossuth county subject to the will of the voters in the June •primary.—J. H Fraser, of Riverdale. 33p28-3 New lso-l r is Motor Oil introduced with laboratory tests proving it will not thin out from dilution, gives little carbon and lubricates at extremes of temperature New lao-Vis Motor Oil demon. Uraled these turns qualities in teslt madebythe American Automobile Auociation on the Indianapolit Speedway and in Zero Cold Rotmt Reporters to bring you Interesting Stories from lips of Iso-Vis Users ET THE FACTS." That was the order man activities. "Who are the people who VJT that went to our research people in are using Iso-VU Motor. Oil?" **Are they 1930 and to the American Automobile Association in 1931. "Get the facts about lubrication requirements and how Iso-Vis (a Standard Oil product) meets them." "Get the facts." 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