Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1932 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, June 23, 1932
Page 2
Start Free Trial

*&*:• rr rvt,' fK J t$\\ •ir Wehlers Qualify and Satisfaction In your diamond purchase. Everyone can recall the mistake of buying something because it was cheap. It's use brings neither satisfaction or pleasure. You can purchase now a fine diamond at less $15.00, $20.00, and $25.00 that were 20 per cent under last year. 18-k. wedding ring •with three diamonds at 410.50, 18-k. white gold at ,$4-50 to $9.00. • Our fine diamonds, watches, and silverware are priced strictly in accordance with present day values. f. W, WEHLER & CO, Fine engraving, watch and clock repairing. Phone 240. GIRL SEES AIRSHIP ON THE COAST Titonka, June 21 — Marguerite, •oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Jay Budlong who 'has been in California with an aunt and uncle almost two years, Writes that she has seen -the Akron, the navy's largest dirigible, 785 feet in length. It was a great sight to see the huge silver streak move through the air carrying three airplanes on platforms on its sides at the rear. Two more planes can be carried, also a crew of 80 men in the cabin. Airplane escorts flew than a year ago. Rings fromj around the Akron and Marguerite •- - - - - said they looked like tiny birds. Planes on the platforms can not only take off from the ship In air, but can also return to the platforms. The flag could be seen flying from the rear of the Akron, and the words "U.' S. Navy" could be distinguished. At the time the Akron was beginning its return trip to its base in New Jersey. Marguerite, who, it will be recalled, fell from a tree here and broke her back, continues to improve, and now goes for long walks every morning and evening. She does not yet know when she will come home. Epworth League Bally Held— An Epworth League rally was held at the Methodist church 'here Friday evening. A Bible verse contest was to have taken place, but it was postponed till next Sunday afternoon at Algona, as there were two contestants who could not get here because of bad weather. There were League members from Burt, Algona, Lu Verne, West Bend, and Titonka in attendance. Those from Algona drove east of Sexton to the graveled road to Titonka, but, because of mudholes had to return to Algona and come via Burt. As there was no contest, songs were sang, a 'duet was given by Florence and Edith Reynolds, games were played, and lunch was served. ananonoun FOR SERVICE Depend on Us +o CLEAN Before the season goes on you owe it to your appearance to have your hat cleaned like new. WEARING APPAREL Bring in your summer suits for a cleaning and pressing. Dresses and Wraps— !No need to fear shrinking or streak when you give us your dainty summer frocks to dean! Our modern methods are your guarantee. We call for and deliver. Modern DRY CLEANERS PHONE 537 — *" i—If t r 'i * ^^^* — i- M * -i—^ r 3i. <. 7 iKt ** Injured;-Girder falls St. Joe, June 21—-Elmer Peterson, of Livermore, who has been working with the crew on the new bridges north of here, was injured Friday. He was assisting In haul- Ing a massive steel bridge stay when the trailers carrying the rear ends of the load left their trail and struck him. He was badly bruised. Heavy Rain Drowns Oaf Corn—This locality had one of the heaviest rainfalls of the season Friday. Many of the fields were under water and much of the corn was drowned out. The rivers and streams were overflowing their banks again, and in places the sides of the .roads were washed away, leaving big holes. Many of the telephone lines were reported out 'of order. Bridge Crane Moved North— The Eno & Montgomery : crane that was being used In the construction of the new bridge a mile north of St. Joe on highway 169 was moved Saturday to a point five miles farther north where another new bridge will be constructed. Dance Draws a Crowd— A large crowd attended'a dance at the Roy Thilges home last Thursday night. Music was furnished by an orchestra from Swea City. Lunch was served at a late hour. Cubs Beat the Alley Bats- Tom Becker's Alley Rats and the St. Joe Cubs played baseball on the local diamond Sunday. The game ended 5-2 In favor of the Cubs. Alfalfa Crop Looks Good— 'Farmers were very busy last week in taking care of the first crop of alfalfa hay. Most of them report a good and heavy crop. Other St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Anderson and the D. W> Woodlns, of Clarion, spent Saturday MoNellls. Mrs. visiting the Woodirt and 3. All's* trie* 4itH -t»*i McNeill are sisters. They all went to West Bend for a picnic dinner and to visit the grotto, 'Father Francis lllg, of Granville, Is here for a few weeks Vacation. Father Schumaker, one of the class* mates, came with him and is spending his time visiting relatives ift^Ai- gona. Loretta Gabs, "who lg : in nurses' training at St. Joseph's hospital, Fort Dodge, has a month's vacation and is spending it visiting relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Rdethler', Caroline Wlltgen, and Victor. Frideres drove to Lost Island' Sunday to Spend the day fishing. , . Mrs. Peter Klrsch and baby Gerald spent a few days of last week at the parental Joseph Becker Sr. home. . > , Prosper Frideres and Orville Wagner came home Saturday after having spent a few days in Chicago. Caroline Glsch is assisting with the household duties at the Alphone Berte home during vacation'. The Rev. George Theobold Is enjoy Ing'a visit from his father, John Theobold, of Sioux,- City. '• Wm. 'Hammer : and Mike Marso were In Fort 'Dodge last week Tuesday on business. Monica and Martha Fourage spent a few days Uust week at Joe Fuhrman's. : '. t • • Ben Glsch Is employed at Peter Erpelding's during the rush season. AT BANCROFT Bancroft! June 21—Luclle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kollasch, SweA'clty, and Walter K., 6f Swea City, son bf Nick Kockler, Claka- mas, ,Ore., \verc married here this week Tuesday morning at'8 at St. John's Catholic church, the Rt. Rev. J. D. Flsch officiating. Cornelia Kollasch, Bancroft, cousin of .the bride, and Paul kockler; St. Chfud, Minrt., brottter of the bridegroom, attended the couple. After the Ceremony breakfast was served to the bridal couple and 25 guest* at the home of the bride's parents. The ride Is a graduate of the Swea City Igh school, and the couple will live n a farm northwest of Swea City. )ut-ot-town relatives at the wed- Ing were,Mrs. Frank Heel, daugh- er Burnette, and Mrs. Phil Wilmes, Hanson Attends Grand lodge— C. P. Hanson returned Friday rom Omaha, where he had ( visited .t his son Frank's several days. On he way to Omaha he stopped at Sioux City to attend a meeting of he Iowa Masonic grand lodge. Mr Hanson Is master of the local 'lodge nd he had three votes in the grand odge. His daughter Margaret went with him and 'from Omaha went to Portuguese Program to Be v Given- Friday afternoon the local Legion Auxiliary unit scrap book division will sponsor a short program, consisting of Portuguese music, readings, etc., preceding the regular monthly radio broadcast. During the afternoon Portuguese luncheon will De served and a charge of 15c will be made. The funds from this lunch will be used to defray the expense of making the unit book, taking pictures,- etc. It is hoped a large crowd will be in attendance. The unit scrap book will also be on display for the inspection of the general public. Hanson Brothers "Visit Parents— Dr. and Mrs. 'L. B. Hansen, of Iowa City, accompanied by the former's brother Andrew, of Denver Colo.; spent the week-end here visiting at the parental home and renewing old acquaintances. Andrew is employed by the Bell Telephone company at Denver, and Dr. L. B is teaching in the University o Iowa. Dr. and Mrs. Hansen' and wife will leave within a few days for New York City, where the Doc- LINCOLN F, B, HOLDS PICNIC DESPITE RAIN Lakota, June 21—^Lincoln township Farm Bureau folk held their annual picnic at Julius Jensen's Friday, and although 'It rained most of the day 45 persons attended. Seats were put on the back porch, food was laid on a large table, and everyone helped himself. Special guests Included County Agent Morrison, his family, Murial Body, H. D. A., Edith Welter, F. B. office girl, and Harry Linn. The women held a meeting and planned an annual ice cream social at the Heiko Adams home in July. Picnic Held at Interlaken— A Presbyterian Sunday school and innnnnnnni NOW at Misbach's I tor will do research work in medical field. the "Woman's Summer Club Meets— The Woman's Summer club met last Thursday with Mrs. Virgil Pendergast, with Mrs. M. S. Craven and Mrs. J. F. Fisher as assisting hostesses. This was the club's first meeting. The next one will be at Mr. Lee O. Wolfe's, with Mrs. H. I. Torgerson and Mrs. C. A. Hoon as assisting hostesses. Bible school picnic was held Friday at Interlaken with an attendance of 200. Although it rained most of the day 'here, there was no rain there till late in the afternoon, when, everybody had to drive home in it The Bible school had the larges attendance of any ever held, with an'enrollment of 97. A Children' day program was given .at th church here Sunday evening before a crowded house. Cream Check Is $206— The 10 high cream checks for last month are Nick Heesch, $206.21; Bdw. Zweifel, $117.42; Bruno Steck- T, $116.85; John A. Harms, $96.52; L Schram, $89.99; Edw. Bartlett & Sons, $79.80; John Koestler, $79,33; Graham Bros., $74.86; Harry Rick- efs, $68.43; Wert Asche, $65.55. Teachers In Vacation Visit— Coach and Mrs. Theodore Dunmire, accompanied by Nellie Nelson and Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher came rom Cedar Falls Friday afternoon o spend the week-end at home, re- .urning Sunday. Mr. Dunmire, Miss Nelson and Mrs. Oesterreicher are attending teachers' college. High Water Threatens Bee Hives— The Rev. Mr, Gartner, the bee specialist, was a busy man Friday whpn high water reached his hives at the Boles farm. Hives at other 'arms required much of his attention to keep them protected from ivater damage. ' Men's Suits bought a year ago for our opening. I Sizes 35 to 42. High grade, new style, all wool, includes Curlee and Hart Schaffner & Marx $1O.OO dress Straw Hats 75c Misbach I 1 Clothing Co, The Children's Bay Is Observed- Special features in honor of Chil dren's day were given at the morn ing service at the Methodist churcV Sunday. The Rev; Mr. Johnson anc Mrs. Richard Hamquist sang a duet Beth Hamquist, winner in 'a Fores City group Bible contest, read Matt 3, and Dorothy Clemans read one of the Psalms. Mr. Johnson talked on the Importance of Christian Training for children. A collection was taken for the student Loan fund. O. Johnson, Mrs. Hamquist, and Salph Olson, Ledyard, sang in a uartet. Mrs. Johnson also played trumpet solo. •-, 1. Q. Smith Is Unimproved— • The Roy Farringtons, Montgomry, ..visited Mrs. Farrington's par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Smith, Sun- ay. Mr. Smith, who was injured ecently when he fell from a ladler, is not much Improved. Eathervllle Woman to'Speak— The Presbyterian Soreign Mission- ,ry society will have charge of ser- 'ices next' Sunday evening. Mrs. Robert Bailey, Estherville, will be principal speaker. '••. Mrs. Smith Sprains Ankle— Mrs. Delia Smith sprained an ankle last week Saturday, and has since been using crutches. Hei grandson, Dwight Smith, is doing her chores. t. Cloud, and Pauline Koqklet, lelrose-, Minn. of >enver to visit her sister wo weeks. Mildred E. It. In form 111 Is Recovering'— E. R. Intermill, who suffered a second stroke the latter part of the week, is reported some better. A roup of men from town went out and put up hay for the Intermills Thursday. Four Children Have Mumps— Mumps continue to take a toll among children of the community. Marjorie Peterson, Junior Hansen, Mildred Krantz, and Stella Rachut are among victims this week. Pierces Home from Vacation— Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pierce came home Saturday from two weeks at Ellsworth with Mrs. Pierce's parents, at Des Moines with her brother and sister, at Mason City with Mr. Pierce's mother, and at Elbow Lake in the White Earth Indian reservation in northern Minnesota. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Pierce's niece, Dorothy Farris, who will spend some time here. Lcdynnl Girl Wins Honor— Sixteen persons from Ledyard township attended a county Farm Bureau picnic at Algona last week Tuesday. Mrs. Jerry Ukena and Mrs. Will E. Gutknecht, Lakota, were judges in a 4-H picture contest. Irene Zielske, charter members of the Ledyard 4-H club, won honor as outstanding club girl. Emma Gutknecht is leader of the club. Slug at Kevlval Services— Mesdames Hamquist and O'Keefe attended revival services at Buffalo Center Saturday evening and helped with the music." Mrs. O'Keefe sang a eolo, and the Rev. and Mrs. Other Lakota News. Myrle Robinson, of Allerton, Margaret Looft, Wesley, Dr. Edward Johnson, Milford, and Paul Johnson Kanawha, were guests at the Rev F. O. Johnson's last Thursday an (Friday. Paul, who attends'the Gar rett Biblical Institute, Evanston, 111 spent a vacation at Kanawha bu has returned to Evanston to atten summer school. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Olson, -Led yard, were supper guests' at the Rev F. O. Johnson's Saturday evenin and accompanied the Johnsons t Buffalo Center, • where Mr. Olso sang a solo at revival services at th Methodist church. Mrs. Harry Moe entertained th Dorcas S. S. class last wee Wednesday evening at the church Mrs. E. R. Worley gave a lesson on the book of Leviticus, This was the last meeting till September. John Leisveld left for Chicago last week Tuesday to spend the summer at his son Arthur's. His daughter, Mrs, Wade Ball, took him to Algona for an evening train. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. -Underdahl went to Spencer a week ago Saturday to attend a blacksmiths' convention. Grandma Patterson took care of the children. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ukena got home from Twin Lakes early in the week. Gerald will work .part time in the Woodworf.li drug store. A number from here have been attending revival meetings at Buffalo Center at which the Rev. Mr. Mat his is preaching. Mr. and Mrs. James Altwegg, Belmond, and Mrs. Altwegg's mother, Mrs. Windell, Algona, were at I. E. Wortman's Sunday. Harm Steinhard is driving a new Chevrolet, purchased from the Dunn agency, Ledyard. Mrs. Sarah O'Keefe was hostess to the Methodist Aid at the church last week Wednesday. Mrs. Charles Lewis, who has been seriously sick, ig reported somewhat improved. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Estle last week Wednesday. The E. R. Worleys City visitors Sunday. ^llfornlang Are Guests Here— • Mr. and Mrg. Xrthur J. Lonergan Oakland, Calif., and a'daughter are •isiting the parental P. A. Loner- ana. They go^to Churdan some- Jme this week to visit the younger (Irs. Lonergan's people. Arthur Is an officer of a large insurance company at San Francisco, and he reports 'business far ahead of a year ago. ;'....'-."' '••'•''' •.''••' Joint. F. B. Meeting Held— The Greenwood - Ramsey Farm Bureaus will meet at the public schpolhpuse here this week Tuesday evening! The meeting was post pond a week because of the 4-H rally and county F. B. picnic las' week Tuesday at Algona. The prin. cipal speaker will be J. H. Jensen Seneca. • • Birthdays of Two Observed— Friends ;bf Inez Hood and Mildred Deitering surprised them in hono of their birthday last Thursday evening. Cootie was played, anc Emily Welp and Eileen Walsh won prizes. : • Other Bancroft News. Mrs. Jos. Sherman, daughter Mar jorie, son Joseph, and Sister M Dapazza drove to '• Iowa City on day last week, and "'• Marjorie an Sister Depazza'are attending sum mer school there six weeks. The A. H. Foths and Mrs. Becke and her son Lawrence were visitor at Marion Johnson's, Mason City Sunday. Mrs. Johnson is a sister o Mrs. Foth and a daughter of .Mr; Becker. Mrs. James Delaney, Fort Dodge and her daughter Delores spent las week Wednesday and Thursday at I&AV, H«* ana er f t& Webster City,,", r r , Colletta Kbckler ratu^ned rom-Mason City, wher& 8h*v pent A week with relatives, rothef 'Lawrence dfrove* oVer, bt her, "* Mrs. Con Kennedy, of Minn., went home Sunday, Week With the L, V. ahd A. w t tven-; edyd. She Is a former resident of Bancroft. , Walter Williams and John , ,re ,at Mille Lacs, Minn,, fishing. Walter is empldyed at Welp'S Pro- uce, and John at the Merrill Brow. tore. Florlan Stork, medical student at Jolumbla college, Dubuque, Is spend- ng a vacation with his parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Anton Stork, Mrs. Carl R. Erschen, Milwaukee, and her daughter Janan are Visiting t Thomas Garry's. Mrs. Erschen Js a sister of Mr. Garry. Myra Studer, Rochester Minn,, spent several days last week at Jos. Recker's. Miss Studer is a student nurse. The William Sandts, Fairmont, visited friends here Sunday. They are former residents of Bancroft. Robert Qulnn and hi* boys, who spent last week at Silverside park, fishing, returned Saturday. Anna Marie Dooee, Mason ,City, to here for an-extended visit with ( her parents. The H. J. Guides were Sunday dinner guests at C. "C. Smith's, Burt. WILLIAM WORTMAN, LAKOTA PIONEER, DIES OF CANCER Lakota, • June 21—William Wortman who had' been ailing for months with cancer, had a turn for the worse Friday and died that night. Catherine Doran, Algona, came Saturday to help care for.him. He was a brother of the late Charles and August Wortman and was a pi-; oneer .here. His wife died last September. He left a son Ernest and a daughter Gertrude. . . .'•'•'.' NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WIM No. 3632 , . •",;•:-.State of Iowa, Kossuth County, ss: , In District Court, March Term, 1932. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Peter Jenkins, deceased, dated December 29, 1915, having been this day filed, opened and read the 19th day of July, 1932 is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court; and at 9 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned, all per-' sons interested, are hereby notified and required to appear 'and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument .should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, June 16, 1932. CLARK ORTON, , Clerk pf District Court By CLARA SCHAAP, Deputy. . ., „„..., »..iiwr cfer%o«d«>f • k!i kind- wheels ot 1n ' > create employment! for, m«n and rhoney. r t aih With the' Legion In, this drive and v,»« ' is one At the first step«\back'4VhoWi " eve ll Nd' u*e waiting jfotjscdngrewi to help,us \V P i,. to do It ourselves,' Now'ls the time. Let us c f i? lO.fcOO 'Legion .Jtost* are behind this natim ».T , sale and will spend $10,000.00 to make it a «•!,„ This great 1 Clearance f Sale o* all retail stor^ Vr ' Week, .from June 27 to -July 2, Neville's Shoe st ° ne right In line with,this great drive to bring back '" perlty, ><-\ > . . v , T)ros - 1 Right,n6W we are closing out our entire .toric , greatly reduced prices. Every dollar's worth of > * • now on hand'must be'sold. August 1st we Mirt i? , over again with a hew stock and under a now i>hn J doing business. Our eale .started last week with store full'of eager buyers. Thl« week we are maki * further, price reduction's,'." I 'have lived on the rim f 1 this old planet for over sixty years and have learnt •the, way to move goods fast Is to reduce the price. ' So here"goes for more p^rlce reductions. Friendly Five, always IfcM • pair, oar price «i, 0 Freemu'i 9&J09 aa4 MM men's oxfords, fl] | K0 " a t «« ' h, , ' ... W. I Men's M.W oxtaritt, the "AmbannRdor" | u " ,- sale at _i Men's regnlar I2J8 ffo at—...—r.. Men's work shoes, doable retain, go at, , fl.25, 91.49 and'llM 67 paJrs of Mies' 96M and ffcOO arch support s i !p . pew go it j. '.,,., All our fancy dm* slippers are reduced In p"ri ce ' Aboit 160 pain of lew open work slippers, very ' dressy, at .—;j.J ., M Children's slippers and oxfords at "_V.".. " : •—_46e, Me,' 89c, and up to (ya ' We have snre sold •' world of children's slljij^rs thh year. Boys' work shoes, good ones, made by 1'etom sites 3 to S«, at JJ.L g ]00 Men's underwear, shirts, and shorts, a real buy it i«c Men's fancy dress shirts, beautiful patterns, ail slfes at -39c Quartern & Miller, Attorneys. 41-43 Men's odd pants, regular $8.00 valaee, all slues at 98c Men's overalls, S.ounce Eastern denim, extra lurre cut at '.„ .„ J5c Boys' overalls, plain blue or' stripes, sizes "fl"to" 16 at 1 •_ nfc Boys' bine chambray shirts, fancy trimming, at . »c Boys' Whoopee pants, extra well made, at 4fo Men'i fancy dress sox at 7c, men's handkerchiefs at 3c LadWs' hand embroidered handkerchiefs, worth 15c, now only ". 4,, Ladles' mesh hose, new colors, regular «6c values, now » pairs for S5c Ladles' full-fashioned silk" hose, chiffon or service, new colors, at „ 4; c And so on all thru the stock. Nothing reserved, The cards are all on the table. You know my cost mark. If you don't, any clerk"'In the house will tell you what it is. I am not figuring on profit. We are just closing out this stock of goods at what people can afford to -pay, Jimmie Neville "The Shoe Man" • Algona, la. were Mason "Wmder Places.* •• All within Reach of Your Car and You When You Heed the Gall of Happy Hiqhways E T YOUR EYES lead you on from one vista of beauty to another a* the road ttretchei alluringly onward before you. j'Lert go Placet)" you ate urged by your kinfolk, and your own desires. "Let's go place/, echoes your car as it purrs along under the stimulation of.* tankful of Standard Red Crown—1933 World'* Fair Gasoline. If a mountain is your goal, let it be a mountain. Or perhaps if s lakes you love or streams that stir you! Interest . I .*.. n ?£££ n1 2 i J?* wn «o you have a car—and a copy of J^Pl7 TO G0 " " y° u 5 « ttide - »3 states iVthe Middle West are represented—each doing its best .to attract wu for week-end trips or a prolonged tour on the beckoning roads that lead always umtwtm! When you Buy Standard Gasoline—ask for your copy of! Places to Go". I WfMtln* ">«•"! -- j. 1 ^^cmyom. tonittj ! ,1 Henry Beenken Growing: Weaker—Henry Beenken, who has been ill for several weeks, is growing steadily weaker, with little hopes of recovery. Indians Lose to Hodman— The Titonka Indians were defeated 2-0 by Rodman Sunday in a closely fought game. Other Titonka News. The Amos Kromingas, of Burt, spent Sunday at the Emma F. Heifner home. Amos has been employed by a. 'farmer at Burt for the past two years,, but has left that place and is moving this week to Wesley, wb.ere he has employment. Two .automobiles loaded with relatives from Goldfield visited Tuesday, at the Rasmus Hansen, .Mrs. Gesina Hans.en, and Mrs, C. J. Hansen homes south of .town. A laj'ge crowd attended children's day exercises at the Methodist church Sunday morning. The Bible school closed a two weeks session Friday. Mrs. Fred Wentz and. eon John Frederick left last Thursday by autp with her sister-in-law and children to visit relatives in Illinois. Geraldine Bruns, oldest' daughter of' Mr. a#'<a Mrs. <3uy ^rung, f ajter an illness of ten cjayg, is again able to be out again. Bargains If you are looking for a real bargain in a used car SEE US. We have delivered 12 new Ford cars since the 6th of June and have taken in a few extra good used cars which we are offering at ridiculously low prices. The new prosperity Ford car makes these prices possible, We have some late 1931 models with low mileage. Also some 1930 models, extra good. And a few cheap cars. Can make immediate delivery on most any model new car. KENT MOTOR CO. Phone m AUTWOBIZED 4JgQl», low* 7UCESTI Ifi FREE.

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free