Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 21, 1932 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 21, 1932
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COtJNTY ADVANCE. A LOON A. IOWA .- -4| I 1 ' lit't $2.25 At the ' [GOEDERS •IE dress is a mere slip of a igf simply: and beautifully of lovely pastel linenes. ishing little jacket that 5 it a perfect street costume oidery and eyelet work in contrasting shades! Orchid • -Row Blue - - Maiz* Green and Whit* Sizes 14 to 20 tola Stott spent Sunday at Bode. She Ifi Dr. R. M. Wallace's office girl, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson visited their son L. A, at Eagle Grove Sunday. The First Lutheran Dorcas society will hold a. bake sale at Moe & SJogren'e Saturday. -Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Reed, Audubon, spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Harlem Lacy. Mrs. C. B. Nasby, Omaha, came Saturday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs. K. D. James. The Legion Auxiliary will give a benefit card party at the Legion hall next Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. Otto Harig, Hollandale, Minn., and his children visited Sunday at August Harlg's, near St. Benedict. Merle Bailey, Minneapolis, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bailey, north of (town. Clarence Phillips will fight Babe Camera, Des Molncs, tit the Spencei fairgrounds pavilion next Monday night. Kate Skinner, Lu Verne superintendent of schools, spent the, weekend with her mother, Mrs. E. ,T Skinner. Dr. P. A. Galloway, Esthervllle spent the week-end with the P. J Chrlstensens. The doctor Is Mrs Chtisteneen's father. Nellie Van Allen has been elck a home since last week Monday. She lias charge of the alteration room a the Chrlstensen store. W. A. Lorenz went to Des Moinef Monday to wise up on the new Fords. He is head man for the Kent • Motor company. • ;, J. L. Daub is agan up, after hav ing been abed three weeks wit) phlebitis. Bertha Kuchenreuther, R N., cared for him till Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hintz, Mre Max CBast, and Mrs. P. J. Braner at tended the funeral of Mrs. Gottlie Baessler Jast Thursday at Lu Verne Harry Keith, who has been'at the Kossuth hospital twp months with phlebitis, is recovering. Julia Schll- moeller, R. N., cared for him.till recently. The Rev. B. M. Southgate, Britt, seized an oppotunlty to ride to Algona with a Britt man Monday morning, and greeted a number of old friends. ' .''S. C. Clancy, Wes Moines, spent the. week-end with the F. W. Greens. He 4s state manager of a Kansas City business men's insurance company. Mrs. Thos. Akre and her son Donald spent Sunday at Armstrong with the former's mother, Mrs. C. B. "Windmill" Plane to Come May 5 SON OF HOWARD MOUNTfORD REPORTED DEAD OH BOAST According to a report received by A'lgona friends Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mountford, former Algonlane, died recently In northern California, of blood poisoning contracted from a wound made by a rusty nail. Details have not been learned. Mr. Mountford operated the Ford garage here years ago, selling to F. J. Mann, who later sold to F. E. Kent, present owner. The Mountfords left Algona In 1917, first moving to Montana, where Mr. Mountford had purchased a ranch. Later they went to Los Angeles, but a few months ago they moved to northern California, in a mountain district, where Mr. Mountford, it Is said, Is developing ai mine. = '•. • * - — . : . Demonstration Planned. A Kelvlnator cooking school demonstrating "cooking with cold" will be held at the 'Foster furniture store tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 and tomorrow night at 7:30. The school will be conducted upstairs in the room formerly known as the 1C. C. hall. Souvenirs and recipes will be given to all women attending the school. HE REGISTER & TRIBUNE autogiro is to make its vlelt to Algona May 5. The plane was scheduled here last December, tout because of weather conditions the visit Was cancelled at that time. It Is hoped • that better weaher is encountered this time. been since November 1. The weather this winter was delightful, but California Is feeling the. depression. Celeste Campbell leaves sometime next week for her home ,at Eugene, Ore. She has been here a year, .studying voice under Mrs. F. J. Clark. Tonight Mrs. Clark ,1s entertaining the Congregational' choir in her honor. The General hospital reports: Carl Schafer, Bode, tonsil operation, Tuesday; Marlon Gerdes, Britt, ruptured appendix; Arlo Volght, i Fe'n-" ton, tonsil-adenoid operation; Mrsi Elizabeth Schenck, Belmond, x-ray and diagnosis. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doty, Freder- Icksburg, spent Saturday and Sunday with the latter's mother, Mrs. Julia Brace, and the three, with the S. H. McNutte, were Sunday guests of the W. E. Braces, near Burt.-W. E. Is a son of Mrs. Brace. Mrs. Herman Eckert, Chicago, and her daughter, Mrs. Frank •Hulse, spent several days last week | No-Yong Park Mathews, 80, who lives aloW anA wlth Ml ' s - Susie Engler, who lives at does her own housework. 'Edw. Kelly and Leo .Tensvold, of Emmetsburg, were Sunday guests of the former's sister, Mrs. W. W. Sul- Mrs. E. J. Rawson's. The Chicago women had been visiting at former home at Emmetsburg. Her the llvan. Edward is County Attorney Shumway's law partner. . ' Roy Berrle, Mason City, sp'ent Sunday here. He was employed in the Advance shop till a few months ago, when he accepted a position .in a Job shop at Mason City.' ' * The Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Burrows, Dallas Center, came Monday for--.a few days with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wright. Mr. Burrows te a Presbyterian minister. Mrs. Raymond Kahler, Lakota, went home Sunday, after .a week with the A. A. Sterlings. Recently she underwent mastoldltls and .sihus operations at the General hospital. >:' Mrs. Keziah Bradley came "home •Sunday from Correctionville, where she had spent the winter with, her daughter, Mrs. Clyde Chltty*'Dpetbr. and Mrs. Chitty brought her hpme. Charles Green, Omaha, visited Ms J. B. .Worden, who has been at the Kossuth hospital five weeks with pneumonia, is reported gaining though slowly. His sons George and Chester, of Dows, Leon, of Ledyard, and Eugene, of Elmore, with their families, visited him Sunday. Rev. Clark Returning. The Rev. F. J. Clark Is expected home tomorrow from Eugene, Ore., his former home, where he spent a. week. Dr. R. L. Jackson, of Mason Ity, conducted services at the local Congregational church Sunday. on a farm in Union township. Later Mr. Nofsker made his home with the W.; I. Dodds family. Six years ago he suffered the loss of a foot. No Immediate relatives survive. A. Hutchison, Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler, West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. •Hutchison, and Charles Hutchison got,home Monday morning, after an all-day Sunday and Sunday night 900-mile drive from Denver, where Jth'ey..; had epent a few days with the ?M«BSrs,y Hutchisons' 'brothter Christopher, who is critically sick. They had graveled roads all the way, but v;ould not travel fast because of 90- casibnal holes. On the return trip they passed the wreckage of three cattle trucks in a row. Crops in | southern Nebraska are much ,ad- I vanced, alfa-lfa being about ready to 1 cut. Gran /on Babe Dies. A. son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow at their home Friday, but the baby did not live, and burial was made the same day In Rlvervlew. This was the second child, and he was named John F. WANTED—SEED FLAX. — Loss, Algona, phone '18F12. Mike 8p32 .XJATIVE- MANCHURIAN, called •L^l "the Mark Twain of the Orient who will speak at .the Methodist church next Sunday evening. The Rev. M. Fuerstenau leaves > T OTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby glyen that by virtue of a -Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 13th day of April, 1932, in favor of L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the People's Savings Bank, St. Benedict, Iowa, as plain- Weiner defend- tiff, .and against William and Charlotte Weiner, as MERCURY MOUNTS AS SPRING COMES AROUND THE CORNER Temperatures during the last week have steadily risen. Temperatures below 32 degrees have been recorded only' twice so far this [0 TOUR P80BLEM pur assurance of sat- actpry service. Platinum and gold P 1 "^' a care Maa-to} GRAVING lAi'tistic and skillful •ing ' ' . PAIRING 1 articles in the jewelry trade. brother, Marshal F. W. Green, laet-week Wednesday till Saturday. He 'is engineer for a heating and cooling plant in the Paramount theater. •/• • ' ':••• •' •-'./ Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fairbanks and 'Mrs. J. L, Coleman attended, a- Pree- .byterian meeting at Boone yester- sometime this week for Nevada for treatment at the Adventlst hospital. He has been ailing for years with gas on the stomach, and Intestinal troubles. He expects to be away •from home five or six weeks. ..Harold. Neville and Lawrence Jaqua, Hunrboldt, epent last Thursday night here. Harold operates a shoe store at Humboldt, and Mr. Jaqua is advertising manager of the independent and • the Republican, both .owned by the Jaqua family. .The' Wm. "Mattlines,; Champaign, HK, spent Friday and Saturday with Mrs. Mattlin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Jergenson. En route home, they stopped Saturday night with th.e Martin Jergeneons at Waterloo. Martin Is a brother of Mrs. Mattlin. Mrs. A. J. Sohnepf, Mankato, went home last Thursday, after several days with Mra. John Hardgrove and other friends. Mr. Schnepf, who straightened, repaired, replated, . wose and mounted. patterns' day and Tuesday, and Mrs, 'banks gave a number on the program. "' ... Leo Walters, James Elbert", Ralph •Elbert, and Ray Oliver attended-a- Sieg company display at Mason' Cits; Monday, The women accohipanled 'them as far as Garner to visit: rel; atlves. . ,,-',' -. ' The Congregational women will hold a basket sale at the church' next week. Thursday. They will have crepe paper May baskets -and handsome reed ware in picnic and other baskets. ... ,....,.,,., Edward Beisch had a wheel b'rok,- en, the rear axle smashed, and a tire ruined, when he was run'-into Saturday evening at the ChampHn Oil station corner by Melvln LU Verne. Steussy, ^Margaret Mofmaster, ^st designs ~ «* athletic „„„ . who teaches tKe*7irst"grade at Corwith, spent the week-end with her .uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. W. Wadsj worth. She has been elected, .ifor another year. Mrs. Geo. P. Elvidge, of Perry, has been sick'two weeks with; pneumonia, but is now reported gaining rapidly. She was Lenore Herman and is the only child of Mr. and Mrs- Hugh Herman. ' Mr. and Mre. W. W. Sullivan, Cll« Aajf's, Harold Cowan, Merle Bailey, Minneapolis, and Mary Kelly, Emmetsburg,. attended' an,.opening dance at an Okobojl dance;pavi]lo» Saturday night. The Rev. C. W. is, spoke at a joint ,„„ Algona-Swea City erhood here Monday evening. wives of the members were-guests, lunch was served ' ""' '' Mr, and Mrs. Louis travels for the Green Furnace company, came for her. The Schnepfs moved to Mankato from Algona year ago, ..Mr. and . Mrs. Ray Oliver spent Sunday at Elkader with' Mr. Oliver's sister, Sister Thomaslne, music .teacher in a Catholic school. The Olivers stayed overnight Saturday with Mrs. Oliver's mother at Mason City. Ray is employed at the Elbert garage. A. E. Michel and Miss Bonnstetter, school nurse, spent last Thursday and Friday at Des v Moines, at pending a conference on a/report ol findings in Iowa on child welfare. 11 is- part of a program . started by President Hoover in a White House Conference some time ago. Jamee Anderson, Spencer, and his daughter Zelda spent Sunday with the former's father, Fred Anderson James is in the employ of the Jones Transfer company, of; Spencer, Mr arid Mrs. Raymond Irons, Cherokee were also here. Mrs. Irons te a daughter of the elder Mr, Anderson " Directors of the Iowa Tuberculosis association were announced Sunday in the Des Moines Register by Dr, John H. Peck, president. The board of directors consists of a representative from each county nominated by the local associations. Mrs. C.,jV. Samson, Algona, is director frdm Kossuth. V.'i^Be Rev. A. English and his daughter, Mrs. Casey Loss, were '"• : -"'is on friends at Irvington Frl- afternoon. "At one home Mr. »., fc .ish was attacked by a dog, and JStprotecting himself he suffered a, h|*rt attack. He was confined to .bpd-illl Tuesday and Is now report- BAPTIST, Arthur S. Hueser, Pas tor—The Message of the Trees is the sermon subject next Sunday evening. There will be a special sermon, with pictures, for .children also. The morning sermon will be primarily for young people, part of a B. Y. P. U. rally which begins Saturday morn- Ing at 9 and closes Sunday at 3:30 p. m. President C. A. Sattgart, of Sioux Falls college, will speak Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. TRIIflTY, P. J. Braner, Pastor— *Iext'. Sunday: Sunday school, 10 a. m.; English service, 10:30. The Concordia Aid will meet this afternoon with Mrs. Max Bast. Choir practice tonight at 8 at the church. 8. S. T. tomorrow evening at parsonage. ST. THOMAS, Louis Dennlnglioffc M. Th., Hector—Fourth Sunday after Easter; Early Eucharist, 9' a. I church school and confirmation instruction, 10; morning prayer and sermon, 11. FIRST LUTHERAN, E. Oscar Johnson, Supply Pastor—Next Sunday: Sunday school, 10 a. m.; services, 11,'. '. date was May 17. The temperatures follow: High April 12 ---------------- .47 April 13 _____________ ....54 April 14 _________________ 58 April 15 _________________ 57 April 16 ______ _____ . _____ 59 April 17 .. .61 April IS 64 April 19 _61 ' Low 32. 32 33 37 44 45 36 39 EDWIN SIMPKINS, FORMER KOSSUTH FARMER, IS DEAD • Edwin Simpkins, 78, G-lenburn, N. D., died last Thursday, 'following rupture of his appendix. Funeral services were conducted Sunday at Glenburn, where burial was made. Mr. Simpkins, who was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Simpkins, early Kossuth settlers, farmed near Algona till 15 years ago, when he moved to G-lenburn. He is survived by a widow, two married daughters, and four grandchildren. M^s. Hugh Herman was a niece. " ants, for the sum of Three Thousand Eight Hundred Sixty-one and 09/100 ($3861.09) Dollars and 'costs, taxed at Ninety-One and 33/100 ($91.33) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said William Weiner and Charlotte Weiner, husband and wife to satisfy said execution, to-wlt: The Northwest Quarter (NW%) of Section Seventeen (17), In Township Ninety-five (95) North, of Range Twenty-seven (27) West, of the Fifth P. M., and also all of the Souftiwest Quarter (SW%) of said Section 'Seventeen (17), in Township Ninety-five (95) North, of Range Twenty-Seven (27), West of the 5th P. M., lying North of the righ ; t-of-way of the Minneapolis & St. Louis Railway Company, as now located, all in Kossuth, county, Iowa_; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to eatisfy said execution with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 18th day of May, 1992, at the east door of the Court House" in Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of eaid day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 19th day of April, 1932. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. <By 'Everett L. Harris, Deputy. L. A. Winkel, Plaintiff's Attorney. 32-33 i -*• enjoying better health -than before in years. He was for some weeks a patient at the university'-, hospital, where he underwent an operation for, the removal of the prostate gland. Only a local anaesthetic was used, and a new method which not involve an incision in the - "recovering. " and Mrs. Victor Anderson, with Mr, , KA J. <?. Kresensky, and brother. A. B. Louis is still principal KrwensKy. Louis o| a Mankato high school. hip wife, stii? Sunday. His sister few ? years been employed at the Grove telephone exchange, -, a»d Mrf. Henry Wegener, F W Wfflrett, her daughtej?, Sunday at the Floyd Saunders home, Mr Saunders ie manager of the local Kennedy ,& Parsons creamery supply house. Mr. and Mrs. Saunders came home last wee*: Tuesday from several days at Slow* City. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCall and the former's mother, Mrs, FrajjK MoCaU drove to Cedar Faflg Friday, ^p ft another page fters la, ' did abdominal wall was followed. Mr. Jen- klnson has a son, Harry, who te a promlent Iowa' City doctor. Clarice Amesbury went to Mason City Monday to begin work for the Northwestern Mutual Insurance company, which has a loan office there, She was for years employed at the local Haggard & Falkenhainer offices, and for the last year had 'been'employed In the Aetna Life office here, recently discontinued. -During the last month she had helped the county welfare worker, Mrs. EJlinor T. Button, wind up wor.k here, ; Milton Reeves, assistant baker at the Algona IBakery, was operated on for appendicitis at the Kossuth hospital Saturday. Mrs. Marie Kutschara, 82, Sexton, left the hospital yesterday, following a gallstones operation three weeks ago. , Her recovery at her age from, so serious an operation is considered remarkable. She is with -her daughter, Mrs. Irving Simon, for a short tijne, Harry Keith te expected to .leave the hospital today, after having for eight weeks been a patient with phlebitis. Last week's Swea City' Herald, edited by R. S. Sperbeck, said: "County" Treasurer and Mrs. H. N., Kruse were guests Sunday evening at the Sperbeck home. It may interest old friends here to Know that Harry continues as .enthusiastic as ever over bis hobbies, tennis * and gardening. This spring he has, been active in shaping the tennte cpurts at the .Algona country club, and Sunday evennig. he oa$ -ye pcriveaer went into a huddle lasting several hours over the habits'«j plants a»d Iricks t$ use with them." MUSCATINE M/(N IN CHARGE OF WHITTEMORE CHAMPION R. L. Burdlne, Muscatine, took charge of the Whittemore Champion •last Thursday. For the -time being he 'is in the employ of Mrs. Alice Calry, widow of the late editor. Mr. Burdine was picked for the job out of more than 100 .applicants who answered advertisements in the Des Moines Register and the Publishers' Auxiliary, Chicago. , OLEAN-UP NOTICE-SPRUNG having arrived, it is time to clean up our beautiful town and make it appear at its best both for our own satisfaction and that of visitors. Therefore I give notice that the period between publication hereof and May 10'Is officla>lly designated for clean-up purposes. Let ashes toe hauled away, -let debris be picked up and disposed of, let alleys toe cleaned of refuse, and let lawns be raked and rubbish burned. In burning rub- 'blsh at the edge of the paving, be careful to keep the fire on tbe cement. Dated at Algona this 21st Specht, 32-33 Carlson IB Named. . W, B. Carlson has been appointed examiner in charge of the Fenton 'State bank and ' the Farmers & Drovers State bank, Lakota. Mr, Carlson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Cartooni Algona, and the brother of Ellen Carlson, nurse, and Adah Carlson, city clerk. J. C. Raymond Dies,, Sews reached Algona yesterday that J. C. Raymond, .former LU Verne-Algona 'lawyer, once county attorney, died Saturday, April 2, at the. home of his son, E. C. Raymond, Newcastle, Wyo, Mr. Raymond was nearly 99 at death. day of April, 1932,-r-C. F. •Mayor, BUPPEB SEKVEB AT METHODIST CHURCH. Saturday, April S3, at «sOO o'clock Ham Loaf Escalloped Potatoes Peae and Carrots iPickle Relish Rolls Hot Corn Bread with Maple Syrup Jello with Whipped Cream Wafers Coffee PRJIOE. 35o Bound to Grand Jury. H, B, Fish, WhKteroore, was bound to the grand jury Sunday by Justice Winkel on a charge of driving a car while drunk. The' preliminary hearing was waived, and the youth was released on his own bond. .. »' ... .. u. ' , Goeders Up Again. P. H. Goeders, who had been sick a. week with h|0 old stomach disorder, was at the store agftln Tutjs- day. Mrs. F. K. Seller was bis nurse. oa ^ and that 'night brought home the M, ojjhe <teat* «f daughter Catherine and jggM&f w«J torn JMS9 fe ' coun ty, H. who ' »*•** Mr. m U* 3* Government Municipal School and Road Goeders Best Sellers You will be delighted with these best sellers. Pine fitting styles developed in patents. Black, white, brown, beige and blue kidskin. Black and white mesh cloths. All in the style picture this season, intricate patterns designed especially for us. Best seller No. 1 in black kid, patent leather and white kid Six'Dollars Best seller No. 2, in beige and brown kid. Also black kid and patent combined Six Dollars Quality is the word for this beautiful tie—in white kid only. Eight-Fifty The Prince of Wales unlined tie—in light and brown elk Five Dollars Fair ' The Follies Pump— a distinct euoe in Bhiny patent, seamless, kid lined, at Six Dollar* . 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