Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1932 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 19, 1932
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BUSINESSMEN YOUR HEALTH" TO OPEN BANK Human Range - Finder know all about 'How are my Have I inher- 2 tuberculosis^ 'tAfti 1 likely to develop a can" la really causing my trouble?" These are L»iaUestionfi.,YoU don't need to wait for a post- U> g& tfOtf R answers. A new radio-like in; the Radionic, hae been developed to test the ody. Jt;l8i,a w 8ort of human "range-finder," inda any disease you may have, and tests your to detect any which are below par. Radionic examination is a pleasant experience, while you sit quietly beside the instrument, connect- Ibut feeling no sensation, the doctor "tunes in" on nur body. Perhaps you fear cancer, and he "tunes ?>> on'cancer, atld can definitely tell you whether tour fears are groundless or, if you have cancer, there it is located 'and 'how far advanced. Other dis- L es such as diabetes, gall stones, tuberculosis, goi- «• tumor, and many others, are included in the ex- imination, until those causing your trouble are 'ound Next, your various organs are tested, to de- ermine their health or strength. To restore you to iealthyou must not only eliminate disease but bring ie sub-normal organs up to par. Your liver, heart, tidney, spleen, nerves and pancreas are tested, and ilgo the adrenal, thyroid, pituitary and other glands. ie resulting chart gives a sort of balance sheet of your health—the disease liabilities on one side, and [he functional resistance, or health assets, on the oth- ' » You get a more complete understanding of your than you' ever had,;. before,, and your doctor biows exactly what 'corrective work is needed. Through similar tests, from time to time, your improvement is measured until you are dismissed as well. "Doctor, does coffee hurt me?" "Must I give up meat?" "Is milk good for me?" These are natural questions, and they, too, are answered accurately by the Radionic (human, range - finder). Why guess 'about food? You do not want to deprive yourself of food you like unless you know it harms you. ph the Radionic, your doctor finds out in advance just what effect any food has upon your health^ You we,,given an individual food list, showing which " i to avoid, and which ones to eat to rebuild your health. You can hasten "your recovery by eating operly. ,A Radionic treatment is a pleasant experience. four doctor sets the dials correctly and you relax at Your vitality is stepped up by the radio tubes jthe instrument much as sound waves are amplified |ploud speaker,, and this flood of vitality is direct- I |p l , those organs of your body which tested below jar.', The general effect is a feeling of well-being, rhe specific- effect is to, stop pain and counteract the teeaae conditions discovered. This treatment harmonizes with 'other i natural methods and hastens jwir recovery. • • you want to know what is the matter with fbu, what to do about It, and whether or not you can jet well? Let us ,make a complete examination of ipu with our Radionic/ the human range-finder, and pecan answer these*questions for you. We invite ;jdu to call soon. , Algona Sanitarium Silphur Yapor Bath. "A real hot springs'* "Ultra Ylolef , "Sunlight" X-Ray , Chiropractic . "NATURAL METHODS" BE. F. C, SCANLAN, Chiropractor Phone, 566; res,, 755. City, May 17— Twenty-five members of the Merchants' association met at the American Legion hall last week Tuesday evening, discussed trade conditions, decided there was no call for complaint, con- elerlng general conditions, The question of a new bank was talked, and It was decided some foi-m o£ temporary organization for cashing checks and provide currency and silver for use should be provided at once, President Ray Sperbeck appointed C, J. Applequlst, S. P. Kck- holm, and A. B. Tweeten to form such an organization. The school band question woe considered and the town band fund was again used to pay Earl Josten, Instructor of the school band for the three summer months. The school band will be requested to give at least three open air concerts during the summer to Kossufh Resident Since 1853 Dies at Bancroft Official Opening OKOBOJI LAKES REGION - • f \ • ARNOLD'S PARK, IOWA May X8, 19 and 30 RATING— QOLF Movies, B4|e.biU," Boxing, Boating Pre-seasoir,,CDttjife and Hotel Rates Very Bjfoeonatye. Conifi 'f^ ! tti[fift WoUdnys , -J f\ .[{•, '-,! (i, 1 !, , 3»th and 10th and fish the i June show their Improvement over year. Supper was served -by last the Christiansen cafe at 6:45, and the meeting lasted till 10. Grant Seniors Visit, Ames— Supt. and Mra. Hammond chaperoned a trip of the Grant high school seniors to Ames and Des Molnes over the week-end. The seven students, with Mr. and Mrs. Hammond, left Friday morning. They stopped several hours in Ames visiting at points of Interest, about the campus, reaching Des Molnes In the evening. Saturday they visited points of interest about Des Molnes, and' Sunday they drove home, eating picnic dinner at State Ledges .park. On the way home they stopped at the West Bend grotto. Rev. R. C. Swunson Honored— ' \ Plans for the summer festival of the Lutheran churches for the 30 miles district around (Fairmont are under way. At a meeting in Fairmont last week the Rev. R. C. Swanson, of Swea City, was elected president of the organization, and the Rev. O. B. Enderson, of Fairmont, secretary and treasurer. The Rev. ii. Pederson, of Ringsted, and A. B. Tweeten, Swea City, were ap-. pointed on the music committee. The festival is held in Sylvanla park July 31. Departing: Woman Is Honored- Mrs. August Peterson and Mrs. Ida Larson entertained 13 women at the Peterson home last Wednesday evening. Honor guests were Mra. Dean James and Mrs. Harry Bixby. The James family is moving to Emmetsburg, Mrs. Blxby, who formerly lived 'here, was visiting friends. The evening was spent playing bridge. Mrs., Whitlow received high score and Mrs. Fred Peterson low. Bancroft, May 17—Funeral services for Mrs. John A. Winkel were held at her home here Monday. Rev. C. E. Brydeh officiated, and burial was made in the Algona cemetery. The Eastern Star held services at the grave. Elizabeth Relbhoff was born December- 6, 1849, In Dubuque county, and at the age oC four came to Kossuth with her parents and settled near Algona. May 1, 1869, she was married to John A. Wlnlcel and four/children were born to them, three of which are living. Mrs. Winkel was the-oldest Kos : suth county resident, having lived in this county 78 years, the last 50 years of which was spent in Bancroft. She died Friday night following a second stroke of apoplexy within two days. 'Her -husband died in June, 1925, Surviving chilren are: Miss Mattie, P. L. Winkel, Bancroft; Mrs. B. H. Sudmeier, Timber Lake, S. D.; and John A. Jr., of Hettlnger, N. D. She has four brothers and four sistew: John Rlebhoff and Frank- •Rlebhoff, of Algona, Matthew and Mike. -Riebhotf,. of Portland, Ore.; Mrs. Axel'Johnson, Wesley; Mrsi-J. B;'Winkel, Pasadena, Cal.; Mrs. Earl Salisbury and Mrs. Alva Sarchett, Portland, Ore. The grandchildren are: .Josephine Hersbrud, Mary and John A. Winkel, Hettinger, N. D.; Catherine Herbrud, Reeder, N, D.; Rita Belne, Burlington; Eliza- betr, John, and Richard Sudmeier, Timber Lake, S. D. She has one great grandson, John 'A. Hersrud, of Reeder, N. D. Pall bearers were~Joe Baltz. Henry Clement, J. J. Sherman, Tom .la,'- taken off at the first knuckle. Public school seniors entertained the high school and the faculty at a wiener roast at the river south of town Thursday evening. Evnns Carmean returned to Des Molnes last week Wednesday. He Is a student at the Des Molnes school of pharmacy. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kennedy returned from Des Molnes last Wednesday, where they attended a grocery convention. Arnold Delterlng, of Burlington, visited his fatheri F. X. Delterlng, several days. held at the Methodist church Sunday, May 29, at 8 j>. m., "with the Rev. Mr. Hammer as speaker. The Legion and Auxiliary will attend,in a body. The public Is Invited. "Aiix" Meeting Next Monday-— The regular monthly business meeting of the 'Legion Auxiliary will be held at Mrs. Grayce Frertch's Monday evening nt 8 oclock. Because the week is filled with school activities there will not be an executive board meeting on Friday evening. Students Mnvc Mumps, Coughs- Several students have been out of school with mumps and whooping cough. -Barbara Ball Is a patient with the mumps, and the George Bonacker twins, Joyce and Janice, have the whooping'cough, and also their little sister, Dawn. cobson, Frank Goddard. Deiterlng, and Bert 34 HELP MAKE POPPIES BLOOM AT WONKA Tltonka, May 17—Thirty-four attended the Poppy Bloom party at the Denton home. (Friday afternoon, with Mary Young,' poppy/ chairman of the Auxiliary unit as hostess. Patriotic and wartime songs were sung, led by Edith Adamson, and was followed by readings, The Men Who Make the Poppies, by Nadlne de Vries; Why We Wear the Poppy, by Irene Peterson; the Significance of the Poppy, by Alice Mayfleld; "Old Glory,", by Nadlne de Vrles; and Preparedness for National Defense, by Martha Bonacker. Following the close of the program 800 poppies were made to bloom by guests opening them. 'Lunch was served by the hostesses. aft Have First Communion— A class of 39 made their first communion at St. Johns Catholic church Sunday at the 9:30 mass The Rt. Rev. Magr. J. D. Flsch sang the mass. Communicants were Don-> aid Ackerman, Patrick Clement, Arthur Devlne, Gordon Dudding, Arnold Droessler, Gordon Delperdang, Walter Fangman, Dennis Herbers, 'Elmer Hellman, * Dennis Johnson, Egar Kollasch'i Melvln Klein, Mlr- vln Klein, Joseph Lappe, John Lappe, Dennis Lynch, Agnes Chrie- tenson, Julia Docoy, Rose Doocy, Helen Froehle, .Dorothy Grames, Jeanette Hatten, Maxlne Kennedy, Mary Long, Maureen Quinn, Marlys Schneider, Valeria Vaske, Naomi Von Steenberg, Marjorie Walsh, and Charles Welp. Seniors Hold Class Night- Tuesday evening seniors of 1932 held their class night in the : high school auditorium. The program was: piano solo, Mrs. Carl F. Cal- lles; salutatory, Edward Boyken; class history, Clifford Krantz; advice to juniors, Howard Carlsen; class grumbler, Raymond Heifner; class picture in words, Doris Stott; Song, (by Mrs. Catlles) class trio; class poem, Loralne Peterson; vale r dlctorian, Edltlv p Reynolds; class prophecy, Harley Larsen; class will, Irene Callies and Lucille Gosg'rove; class song.. Commencement exercises were to be observed at the high, school auditorium Wednesday evening. Washington Tree Is Planted— The Thursday club sponsored the planting of an Arbor Vitae tree on the south side of the school grounds last Thursday. The tree Is 12 feet back with them, high. A tablet naming the event, of Alfred, year, and donors will be placed at the tree with appropriate ceremonies In the near future. The Smith- Hughes boys planted the tree, which is commemorate of the 200th anniversary of George'' Washington's birth. Clifford McAnlnches to Graduate- Mr, and Mrs. -Clifford McAninch will graduate June 26 from the Northern Baptist Theological seminary. They have fitted themselves for teachers. Mrs. McAninch was formerly Bernlce Evans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Samuel Evans, formerly of Swea City. Clifford is a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. McAninch, and was formerly a clerk in the First National bank here. Thursday .Club Names Officers— The regular meeting of the TThurs- day club was held at the Bravender home last Thursday. Officers elected are: Mrs. Dora Smith, president; Mrs. Minnie Thompson, vice president; Mrs. Margaret Wanburton, secretary; Mrs. Mary Leland, treasurer. An interesting program.-on Iowa history was given by Mesdames Thompson and Warner. Bank Pays 916,000 Dividend— The Farmers Savings bank started paying a 10 per cent dividend Friday. About f 16,000 is being released, one-half of which will go,,to the state fund, from which public funds on deposit in closed banks are paid In full at the time of closing, the other half'will go to local depositors. Baker)- Opens Branch Office— The Swea City bakery last week opene a branch store in SLakota. A delivery wagon has a route covering a territory from the south of East Chain to Lone Rock. The wagon is driven by Arthur Peterson. Other Swea City, Bwea City's 26 high school seniors received displomas last Thursday evening. Robert B. Rienow, dean at men at the state university, gave the commencement address. Supt. E. H. ; Parsons presented the class, and Mrs. J. H. Warner, president of the school board, presented the diplomas, Virginia Pult? was vajedic- torian, and Alice Dahl salutatprian, A, mixed octette from, the senior class furnished the music, Mesdames Brockness, Waterloo, Blair, Ma?a, Ni D., Campbel},' Waterloo, and the Misses Jupe Thomson and Bernadlne procknees visited at'F. J. Thomson's last week. Mrs. Campbell Is Mrs. Thomson's mother, Mrs. Brockness her sister, and Mrs. Blair her aunt. Mrs. Blair and June remained for a longer vis- It, the others returning Thursday to Waterloo, Richard Crank, who has been operating the Diamond oil Station in the northeast part 9 f town, ha* resigned and with ftte faml)y rinsed to Armstrong. Fred Looft, of Wesley, ia to b$ the new wanajrer. *?« Is'a nephew $ Petej* J<c-p|t. $fr. 1,00ft is married and has pne son. j, O. Hatch, who ton* been inak- Ing his bojae. Ijrtth, 'Uje J?. X ~ " for some time, last Vffy To Adopt Sister's Baby- Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Ditsworth returned from Almena, Wis., where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Oliver Ditsworth, who died of pneumonia. She was. the mother of 13 children. ' Her last wish was that her sister, Mrs. Alfred Ditsworth,; would adopt her baby, Dorothy Charlotte, who is four months old. The Ditsworths brought the baby Oliver is a brother $ . ' . .. Pohlman to Return Next Tear— Harold Pohlman of Melvln, has been secured to coach at the Bancroft high school next-school year. Iftr. 14 on Fishing Jaunts—Fourteen men left Saturday noon for a fishing trip in the north. Among them were Lee O. Wolfe, H. A. French, E. R. Intermlll, Wm. •Larsen, M. 8. Craven, Charles New? ville, Dale and Melvln Craven, and others going to Washington Lake, while other groups headed by E. O. Slack, C. A. Hoon, and Coach Dunmire went elsewhere. C. A. Thomas, Lyle Schultz, and Peterson brothers went to Clear Lake, and W. J. Denton, Herb Winter and Leo Sanders to Spirit Lake. Grades Hare Exhibit. Program— Friday evening at the high school auditorium an exhibit program was given by the grades, glee clubs, and other high school students; also the'orchestra. Exhibits in all the grade rooms were given. -A large crowd attended. Baccalaureate Is fllren— Baccalaureate services were held in the Lutheran church Sunday evening. The Rev. W. H. Schoen- leln, pastor of the Lutheran church, delivered, the address. The girls sang two numbers. • '' Other Titonka News. Interior decorations, . papering, varnishing, etc., are nearlng completion at the Methodist church, It is expected that all of the work will be completed by Sunday and services held as usual. John Wilson, owner and proprietor of the Wilson cafe, went to Mason City Monday morning to buy an awning for the front of his .building. John Wood accompanied him. Marguerite, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Antone Pannkuk, who has been taking nurses' training at Mercy hospital in Mason City, was home over the week-end. Mesdames Ida Larson, Lots Winter, and Mrs. Beelsby were guests at W. J. Denton's B'rlday evening, driving down from Swea City. ' The Bogges sisters have opened their style shop in the rooms formerly occupied by the Legion in the First National bank building. Horace Schank, who has been working in the creamery here, drove to Otranto, Minn., Sunday afternoon to visit friends and relatives. Mrs. Lew Heifner, who has been ill in bed the last few weeks, Is up and able to be about again. • Mrs. L. J. Mousel, northwest of town, was a guest at Mrs. Homer Downs' last Wednesday. Mrs. J. C. Underkofler, of Britt, was a guest of Mrs. W. J. Denton Wednesday morning. Mesdames 'Lee O. Wolfe and Wm. A VOTE MR NEWPORT , Per Attorney Gmtnl b A Vole D«muMlkff Expert* Impartial Leflal Service for the State "Lets Quit Mixing Politics with Lam Enforcement in Iowa'* Republican Primary, June 6 enjoy the convenience of oil-the economy of coal Every burner hit •baan subjaetad to A FULLY mtomatte bumtr of outttanding dniw Wi •quipptd with til thf latoit rafin«m*nh. Ctrtmf! Mod.l D with FLOATING FUME brings you all MM COB*. vcnitnc* end,comfort of oil h*at «t l*ti than yeu'ar* HV4 ,---.- '"9 for coal. It't priced lowar. It oparatai moraj aco-j tha famous Cantury nomieally. Thara's no noisa. No imoka. No fual w«st*r! FACTORY TEST to Always an avan, haalthful tamparatura. Saa it today, lift prova Us perfection and parformanea. ttell it et once. Enjoy it forever. CENTURY INS CORP., Ced.r Repidi, low*. Rlckleffs were business callers at Britt Friday. • LAING & MUCKEY - Alfona, Iowa 1 CENTURY Autpmafic QiI Burner 027 Pohlman taught In Bancroft did not apply a Buffalo Busy .Bees Meet-The Buffalo Busy Bees met last Saturday afternoon at \. Edithmae Budlong's, with Evelyn Shultz ;and •Edithmae hostesses. Those present year ago as he attended Iowa State college last year and received his degree. Milton Weido, of Lu Verne, who coached the team this year, has accepted a position to. teach at West Bend. Sponsors Junior Baseball Team— : The Legion held 'its regular monthly meeting , at the Legion rooms last week Monday evening and decided to sponsor a junior baseball team. Algona, Wesley, Titonka, .Burl Swea City and • Bancroft will have baseball teams sponsored by the Legion. Glen Cage has been appointed to coach the team. Season tickets will ;be sold for $1. Lions Win First B. B. Gnmft— , The first baseball game of the season ,,was played ..on . the local diamond Sunday when ^the Bancroft (Lions defeated the Buffalo Center team by a score of 18 to 2. Lichliter and Menke were the Bancroft battery. Admission this season is^ 10 and 25 cents, ''••'... PIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIW A Special Value in brand new house frocks of crisp, cheerful cottons '«/ \ St. John's loses to Grant— 'St. John's loet Its second , game when Grant high defeated the local •team 73. Grant held an early lead to win. Hatten again outpitched his opponent, collecting nine strikeouts. The locals have won four and lost two games. • Mother Dies in Ireland— Francis Bradley ' received word last Wednesday .,'of* the death of his mother, who lives In Ireland. He owna and operates a restaurant here. Other Bancroft News. Florian Hunt waa operated^ on for appendicitis at his home here Friday afternoon. Dr. J, A. Pevlpe waa assisted by Dr. R, M. Wallace, of Algona, and Mr*. George Wohnke, R. N. Mr. Hunt does trucking here and his brother Harold la substU tuting for him. Mr. an<J Mrs. Joe Whalen and daughter, Gertrude, of Mason City, visited at the Charles Baker and Henry Fox homes Sunday. Mra. Fox and Mra. Whalen, are sisters of Mr. Baker, The Whalens formerly lived here. , Leone and Mary Kramer will return to Sioux City Frjday after a week's vacatlpn spent with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cramer, Tl^e girls are student nurses at Mercy hospital, Sioux City, Schram, Viola Rike, Betty Budlong, son, 'Leota Oesterrelcher, -Kathrny Loralne Lamoreux, Hazel .Miller, Mildred and Fern Krantz,''Roll call was "A Poem I Have Enjoyed." The next meeting will be held at Mildred and Fern Krantz's. Give Poppy Day Infractions— Last week Tuesday morning Mary Young, Poppy chairman, of, the local Auxiliary .unit, accompanied by Sadie Denton, unit .president, visited the schools taught by Alma Sleeper and Ida Sachau to glVe the education phase of the poppy industry. Each one of these schools presented a fine group of youngsters, with good exhibits on display, showing a keen interest in their work, ' . . Two Observe Birthdays— '• John Frederick, son .of Mr. •: and. Mrs. Fred Wentz, celebrated his '5th birthday Friday afternoon at th'e home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson. Invitations were sent and many little friends gathered. Marguerite Pannkuk, who is in nurses' training, also celebrated her: birth^ day with 1 John, and many of her friends congratulated her. Marguerite returned to her duties Sunday, Kicked In Elbs by Horse— While Oscar Blanchard was at the mill Friday afternoon having some feed ground, his' horse became frightened a.nd • ran away. Mr. Blanchard tried to quiet the horses,' but one of'them kicked him in. the ribs, He was then taken to the doctor, but no; serioua Injury was discovered. He had a vacation for a day, and went to work the next day, To Observe Memorial Sunday— H, iRex Austin, commander of Breen Post, has made arrangements, for special memorial services to be The Karl R. of has a son bojrn ]|ist ' TuefdaJ\ evening. 'Mrs, Ogren will he rememipe.rea, as . fjrst grandchijd of the Joe Ro}M/B, B, ' S. H.. gudjtneier, o£ Timber ,nna|?Je,to attend Mrs,, TREASURER It's unusual to find such splendid materials In house frocks at this low price! We made a special boy, and are glad to pass the saving on to you. Choose a few for all spring and summer. Choice A Also have a new line of summer dresses In fast colors—each 4*o ^ FREO'K SCHULTZ On IB,,. «ej.ubll«iu «Q Boys' 4-plece dress suits, coats, Tests, longieg and knickers —»H colon 6*49 New Jot of Ladies' Women's Usle Hose, pair lOc Men's Cowboy Overalls „ , Boys* Whoopee P»nts -,___,i__ Ladles' Silk & Bajon Undies 25c Hen's Dress Sox, pair T -.lQe Children's Anklets, pair r ^,_ 5-piece Ruffled Curtain Sets .3»e <3Jrls l Fast Color Dresses —^ Boys* summer Knickers ^,^,> Htyft semi-dress .. Our store is <;rain ]«m *r > f.

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