Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 30, 1932
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Kd88Wtt COUNTY AttVANCtt. ALQOm IOWA w T4itfW f M*Mwfl|ft ,F f&»:^ft™^ ^to«**&W&* { ,.city, Collide at St. Joe i 0 .!' £ Un6 . 28 - L ^ Johnson • Dr. Al- p. C. Balls ^attended • • "-- conVen- gravel truck owned by "Bill" William*, graveling contractor, when «! 6 ty"* ran Into a blind horse, owned by Matt Zelmet, living west £ Jf f° e ;u *!!'• Zelmet was not it home at the time of the accident. HI* 10-year-old daughter was driving the horses across the road to a pasture when the blind horse walked right In front of the truck. Johnson s truck was loaded, and could not stop soon enough. The horse's leg waa broken, and it was killed »on afterward, c. R. La Barre, Algona Insurance agent, made adjustment of the loss. Alley Rats Lose to Claire- Tom Becker's Alley Rats failed to click and they loat again their 800 ve friend - Boone ;,' return- Yrnest'wifaon an* her «on i who had visited, Ctllmore [petty, Lake City, and Emmets- Irltlves, came/here Saturday Jtlhe Oentons and the W. A. ,'rs They came to Iowa by \ i:m Orlando, Fla. nrlflnal Bird .Baths—; tie Cook, Sioux City, went ; Saturday. While he waa here a Mrs. J. 3- Budlong's ^i made original, and artto- . tat i,s, using boulders for the tile, with colored cement, [he tops. "_ ... ifwnes State Delegates— Ijime business meeting of - the In Auxiliary was, held,at Mrs. Ld Bonacker's Monday even- La delegates to a state conven- |at Cedar Rapids August 8-9-10 Tchoseri. Ben Improjn Otto Falk returned last from Rochester, where IS' been called t<> attend her er Mrs. Ben Kleist, who was The patient is improving. Ott Station at Flsfcer'n— Inew oil station Is being built by al Four Hundred, Webster I on the corner near- the Fisher Implement shop. Kenneth r will operate it. r j Epidemic Is Declining— 6 epidemic of mumps which has here for several weeks s to be abating. Some patients severely; others 'were cely. Inconvenienced; |t« Fonr-H Convention— lella Bonacker, Buffalo Busy 14-H leader, accompanied by jleAma, local delegate, ^went to s Saturday to attend a ,4-H state jition. j Wedded Twenty Years— \. and Mrs. Lynn Kuchenreuth- luthwest o£ town, celebrated 120th wedding anniversary Sun- ;.B»Iatlves spent the-day'with / ' •„ V i Sine Wins, Loses—' > i Tltonka Legion nine defeated irftoldt Legion team' Sunday, 'tit lost to Lone Rock, 4-3.' second consecutive game on the local diamond Sunday afternoon. This time a too powerful nine from Clare won 6-0 in a fast game which halted In the sixth inning by a heavy rain. The batteries for Clare were Woodman and Nlemeyer, and for St Joe Klein and Thllges. The game waa umpired by Joseph Becker Jr •Atid'.OrvlUe..Wagner. .Next Sunday the Alley Rats play Whittemore at St. Joe. Truck Hits Patrol lilnde— One of "Bill" Williams' grave haulers ran his truck into the 'blade of the motor patrol driven by Lloy Phillips, of Humboldt, 'Saturdaj forenoon. The patrol was going north through a narrow bridge, ant the truck was going south with load of gravel. The front axle or the truck was broken .and a ne% tire on the front wheel was cut In two. •' 64th Birthday Is Observed— Mrs. Ed Hammer celebrated he 64th birthday anniversary Sunda> and 40 neighbors and relatives gathered at her home in the forenoon. Each took a covered-dish and dinner was served cafeteria style. In the afternoon the men enjoyed fishing at the river. Pitchfork Pierces Man's Leg- Matt Hans, employed on the Henry Zieme't Sr. farm, was victim of a painful accident last week Tuesday. He was in the field helping make hay, and a pitchfork pierced the flesh of his leg. For several days he was on crutches and unable to work. Peter Becker Hurt by Cow— Peter Becker narrowly escaped serious Injury last Wednesday. He was milking a cow, when the animal rled to kick him. The cow slipped nd fell, and pinned Mr, Becker Uh- erneath. He was unable to work or a few days. Vcw Snnrt Pit Is Opened— "Bill" Williams, graveling con- motor, of Algona, moved his outfit nd crew of men Into a gravel pit ust north of here last week. A new lit was opened on the Ernest Gales arm Just across the highway from he old pit. Other St. Joe. Gertrude Illg Is assisting with lousehold duties ^ at the C/ K. Cohlhaas home. Alvlna Reding wiping out Nick Bormann's, and Genevieve Glsch Is helping at Arhur Illg's. Nell Hanifan, employed at Algona >y Mrs. Edythe Dailey, came home Sunday to spend a week with her mother, Mrs. M. Hanifan. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zelmet Sr ind Matt Hans drove to Fort Dodge Saturday, where the former receivec medical aid for his eyes. Mr.sand Mrs. George Wagner,visited Sunday evening with the former's aunt. Mrs. Peter Kisch, West Bend. Mrs. Felix Wllmes, of St. •' Cloud Minn,, visited at George Thul's las week, Mr. Mllmus is a brother Mrs. Thul. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kirsch and baby Gerald were Sunday guests a the parental Joseph Becker Sr home. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Kohlhaas ar parents of a girl born Sunday, Ann; Kayser is caring for mother an baby. Mrs. P. Murphy returned to Livermore Sunday after spending several days visiting Mrs. M. Hanifan. Marie and Monica >Fourage went to Comfrey, Minn., last week., to visit their uncle, Henry Stelser. Ms. Gus Bosalls, of Fergus Falls, Minn., Is spending some time at the parental George Lenertz's. Ed Hoover and Jens Mitsven, of Bode, repaired a corn crib on the John Thul farm last week. The final barn dance was held last Tuesday at Leo Weydert's. A large crowd, attended. A number from here attended the church bazaar at St. Benedict Sunday and Monday. Mr. and .Mrs. Ed'Dieter, of Iowa Falls, spent Sunday at--John Becker's. Nickolas Wagner lost -one of his best calves last week from bloat. Mrs. John Reiling spent last week visiting relatives at Carroll. Andrew. Erpeldlng shelled corn the first of the week. ' PENT DRO W )N TIGERS GAME TO IITTEMORE 'Fenton, June 28—The Fenton Tl- ;ers lost a well played game to iVhlttemore .6-1.. It was a pitcher's battle until the ninth Inning. Fenon started the scoring In the first nning and a double and an error 'or the only score. In the third Inning the first man up singled but was picked off In a double play. The next three men up singled to .score one run., This ended the scoring lift :he ninth Inning. The first man up for W'hlttetnbre in the ninth singled. Then Kuecker hit a home run over the right field fence to score two runs and before the Inning was over they scored four runs. Swanson held Fenton to .three hits, while Mlttag allowed ten hits. Batteries for Whlt- temore, Swanson and Loebach; for Fenton, Mittag and Krause. Mrs. Ernest Rosselsen Dies— Fenton friends were saddened to hear of the death of Mrs, <Ernesl Rosselsen Monday morning. 'She hac been seriously ill for some time anc was taken to Rochester Friday even- Ing in an ambulance. She was too weak .to • stand . the trip i and . died Sunday- evening at 10 o'clock., Her husband Vas With her. The body will be brought to Fenton for burial Randall Boys En Route Home—The Ulfers boys received a lette: from Warren Randall stating tha he and his brother Arthur were on their way back here. They'left thi spring 'on a hitch-hiking .trip to Ore gon. ' Warren was at Bismarck, S D., when the letter ,-was written an 1 he said they had become separatee They expected to reach home July 18 Go to League Coriventoln— Eighteen members of the loca league attended the Algona distrlc Epworth League convention at Bui falo Center last week Tuesday. Vir ginia Frank too"k part in the Bibl story contest held In the evenln and placed second in her division. [Other Titonka Newn., i Raymond Bonackers,',-,, Doyle Violet Slack"; • -Horace , and Anna Bruns < attended it Lakota Sunday evening. Grace Jackman, Liberty, former teacher 'here n called July on the William' Boykens |Mrs. Frances Budlong. • F. C. Wentz and her son i Frederick, who'had visited II> relatives a week, got home They traveled w|th , Mrs, Blue Earth." |s, Carrie Bonacker and Ruth usen went to Rowan Friday |he week-end at'the Rev. I* G. ler'a. > . , Vern Bashards, Waterloo,,,and •Harry Clolthlers, Ce^ar "Falta, •guests Sunday at Erie'Peter* , John Fisher was hostess .to hursaay (Bridge club at 1 i luncheon a week ago,' ' Hemlnover w^nt to, Eldora. to visit .her grandmother, i to work near Eldora,' f .Pierre Sartor" and her ' aon 1 '*« last Thursday, lor two • With Chicago'—•-"-— hjWM and Betty, ;Bn«Png, M Monday f rom vaica n and Waterloo? '' Craven Dakpta . and Mrs, g a daughter ' her f i i *< -j^ 1 » e one grand day: Great SERVICES FOR WM, WORTMAN, LAKOTA, HELD <•• i lLakota, June 2—William' Wortman, who died at his home in Lakota last week Monday morning, was born - near'(FOsterburg, 111., May 28,. 1860, and was 72 years old. He was the son of Ernest and Amelia Wortman and came.to Iowa with his parents in 1890 and,settled on a farm 'near Ramsey. He was married to Evalena Winter December 2, 1893, and four children were born, two dying in .Infancy. One son Ernest and one daughter Gertrude survive. Mrs. Wortman died in September, 1931. Mr. Wortman.was the last of his family. Four brothers, the Rev, Henry and John, of George, August, of Lakota, and Charles, of Garner, and two sisters, Lydla arid Mrs. Martha Freeark, preceded him in death; Funeral services were held at the.Presbyterian church last Thursday afternoon with the Rev. Frerklng in charge, and burila wag made In Maple Hill cemetery. His son Ernest and five nephews, Irvln, of Lakota, and Elmer, Walter, Harry and Calvin,,were pallbearers, 1 ' Mr. Wortman had been a member of the Presbyterian .'-church' for 42 years. Xnkotmi'g Brother in Accident— ^ K. R. Worley received word two weeks-ago that 'his brother Jim, his wile and daughter Roberta, of Waterloo, were in an automobile accident 60 miles north of St. Louis, and Roberta Buffered a fractured skull. She was taken to a hospital in St. Louis. and the Worleys received word last week that she Is slowly recovering, although her condition is still serious. They were on their way to vtalt a married daughter in St. Louis when the accident happened. Johnsons Away on Vacation— ' rThe Rev,' and Mrs. F. O. Johnson "left'Monday to ^ lslt Mrs> J 01 *"* 01 *' 8 parents, the M. H, Pingles at Knox- vlUe. and 'from there plan to go to St; Louta to *pend July 4 with the Rey, Jerrie Johnsons. The Rev. Jerrle Johnson Is an uncle of F. Q, Johnson, and was formerly a pastor of the local Presbyterian church. The Johnsons plan to return next wepk. ^There wll be no church or Sunday school services at the Meth* odiet church Sunday. Attend Church »t Buffalo Center— *TJie F .0. Torlnes, J. H. Warpu» toiw. Mr* A- Q- Smith «"<* the Henry, Petersons, of the local Meth- oZl! church, attended services at WyfteJp Center Sunday morning. P SfS*-M r ' Mathte,,who has held revival 'meetings there the past 5«.__t Li._ jj^g jjg4 splendid sue- Surprise Birthday "Party Given- Fifty guests surprised Mrs.. Fre .lentz Sunday by gathering at he home to spend the evening and hel celebrate her birthday anniversary faases, and Leonard Haase Sunday. The W. E. Stobers visited the liver Stoebers in Armstrong Sun- lay. Gladys stayed for a short visit. .Leonard., Haase, , of Donaldson, ame to visit relative* last week Wednesday. He returned Sunday. Edna LauHtzen returned to Whlt- emore Sunday after spending a •eek In 'Fenton with friends. The Fred Baileys, of Mason City, islted Saturday night and Sunday 1th relatives In Fenton. The Emll Elmers, of Ringsted, vis- ed Sunday with Mrs. Elmers par- nts, the August Meyers. The Otto Schmidts and Mrs. J. T. >Valte visited at Charlie Laurltzen's Whittemore Saturday. Mary Ann Bohn entertained ten f her friends at a party at her home aturday afternoon. The girls' Indian club met at ura Boettcher's last week Tues- ay afternoon. *' Lydla Meyers, Of Algona, spent Sunday with her parents, the Augst Meyers. Mrs, J. H. Graham, of Burt, spent rlday with the O. H. Grahams. LotU Creek Noah (Relsner took Mr. and Mrs Ernest Rosselsen, Fenton, to Rochester Saturday. Mrs. Rosseisen has been sick a long time. -Mrs. Rossei- sen died there that night. ick-.v G.engler, accompanied by John' 'Markgraf,' drove to Omaha .las 1 week 'Wednesday, and Nick's little daughter Phyllis went along as far as Le Mars, where she visited an aunt and uncle till her father called for her -on his return trip next day Tjorena Laabs spent last week with her aunt and uncle, Mr. am Mrs. William Furstenau. Herman Hlntz has a new Ford. Frieda Schmiel is at Richard Po tratz's while her -parents, Teache and Mrs. Schmiel, are in Wisconsin MAAXESTAO REPORTS SERVICE CO, SUCCESS In 'rcent Advance mention of.' the ; act that .W/ T. Maakestad, fo'rmer county agent here, was now : connected with the Farm Bureau Service Co., Nevada, la., handling gas, Us, etc,, -the statement was made hat of a tiumber of such corpora- Ions In "not many have been suc- :e,ssful." Apparently the statement was >ased on erroneous Interpretation of a sentence or paragraph in a letter rom Mr. Maakestad. At any rate Mr. Maakestad, writing for a correction, says: "As a matter of fact, out of the !4 organizations in operation there lave been no failures. Eighteen have been unusually successful; six did only fairly well. As far as I can learn, all of these six are now on the road to success—even In a year like this. That seems to me a remarkable record. 'I am enclosing herewith a statement of a company (Marian) • that had been operating just a year. If you examine this you will see what Is possible under this type of set-up "You may be Interested to know that the auditor who made up this statement for the Shelby company Is now in charge of the Fa,rm Bureau Service company at EJfnmetsburg This ig one of. six -Which were not so successful. Under Mr. iRlsse's management, however, I am sure It will come through In 1 good shape. It now covers the northwest corner of Kossuth. '<Slnce, doubtless, many of your subscribers in the Swea City neighborhood read your comment, I believe a correction would be appreciated." In need of glasses hare your eyes thoroughly examine!. DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Algeria, Iowa For Service READ THE WANT-ADS. We aim to give the best service for the money. Your business always appreciated. Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 587 V [ y : * Program"^ Schroeder, and Lou Thaves left last Thursday for a fishing trip at Win- nlbigoshlsh lake. Mrs. Wade Ball is helping in -the Citizens' Savings bank during Mr. Worley's absence. Chris Asmussen Sprains Ankle-Chris Asmussen was laid up last week-with a sprained ankle received when he was working at the city pump house. Other Lakota News. A number attended the Epworth League convention at Buffalo Cener last week Tuesday. This is'the lirst time Lakota has had a con- estant in the Bible Story contest, and Beth Hamquist made a credit- ible showing against keen competl- ion from winners of the entire Al- ;ona district. Mesdames O. E, Buckels, A, Q. Smith, Emory Smith, J.' H. War- >urton, iF. G. Torino, E. R. Worley, ft, Hamquist, F. O, Johnson, and the Misses Odessa and Esther Buckels went to Swea City ' last week Wednesday to attend the Methodist Aid guest day. A. Q. Smith,' who has been ill in bed tor some weeks following a fall from a ladders is now able to be up part of. the day. Mr. Smith is 78, iut has always been remarkably active and found it very irksome to stay in bed. Friends here received word last week of the-death of Helen Davidson's mother at Beljflower, Mo., the latter part of May.< Miss*Davidson was a teacher here- two years ago, but spent last year caring for her mother. . ' There was r|o Methodist church service Sunday as it was decided to dismiss here and. attend at'Buffalo Center, This waa the closing day of revival services directed by the Rev, Frank Ma this. A. J. Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Johnson' of Des Molnes, .were vlaU tors at J. H Warburton's last Thursday. They <were en rpute home from a fishing trip In northern Minnesota. ' The OLu J. Needhams moved their household goods to Albert Lea last week. Mr. Needham has the Rock Island run between Albert Lpa and Lakota with headquarters now at Albert Lea. Mesdames Henry Mitchell, Bmpry Smith, and Raymond Winter and Loraine Smith attended a meeting of the Grant Center Methodist Aid at Charles Chamber's Friday, Mrs, William Aaldereeks spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. Leo Edwards, at Garner, Her grand- wlth 1 win Re leaves this weeH to hold and Monday .for wheret t*H« treatment? daughter Peggy came her ^or a visit. * , Mr. and Mrs. Emory Smith "' Pearl McCoy to her home in Sunday, fihe stayed at the Other Fenton News. The 'H. C. Lindseys drove to Glid den Saturday to visit the Ham Stedmans. Edward remained for longer visit. Bernice Undsey, wh spent the past two weeks with parents, accompanied them and they took her to Carroll Sunday, where she will resume her work for the 'Bell Telephone company. Kathleen Llndsey, of Carroll, accompanied her parents home for a short visit. Mrs. J. C. Kresensky alnd A. E. Kresensky, of Algona, and the latter's daughter Ardls, visited at Wi P. . Weisbrod's .Sunday. Ruth Weisbrod returned home with them; after spending a. week J in.' Algona. Isabel WeslbrQd accompanied -them back for a short visit. The Wilbert Huldorfs and' Carrie Voigt and daughter Ardis were entertained at the Lester r Huldorf home at Ceylon Sunday. .That even- Ing they attended the iPalrmont 9- day Diamond Jubllle celebration at the Tenhasson Woods. The Carl Prlebes took a trip to Lacon, ,H1,, -last week. They left Wednesday and returned Saturday. Mildred Goetsch accompanied them as far as Dea Moines. Myrtle Larson, of Decorah, accompanied them home. "Prank Bailey and son Hadley went to Mason City last week Monday to visit the P. C. ;Balleys. Prom . there they went to Charles City for a visit with Mr. Bailey's brother, Clarence Bailey. They returned home Monday. The Chancey Aldedsons, of Kankakee, 111., are visiting the William A'ldersons. Chancey and William are brothers. The Aldersons are newly married and this Is part of their honeymoon trip. ' The Sam Skares entertained Jennings Skares, the Lester : Heg- lands, Howard 'Robinson, and Margaret Skare, all of , Radclit fe, Sun-r day, Margaret remained for a more extended visit, ' E. A. Elsenschmidt, of Pubuque, came s Saturday to attend the' Jensen 'reunion, He was: accompanied home Sunday evening by his wife and daughter iLouise, who have been visiting here. The F, 'H, Bohns were guests at a 6 o'clock dinner "honoring Mrs. Bohn's father, Nick Goeders, Armstrong, who celebrated his birthday anniversary last week Wednesday evening. The Nils Wilbergs, Mrs. E, A. Ete- enschmidt and daughter Louise, and the H. H, WWdels were entertained at. a family dinner 'at Martin Wilber's last week -Monday, evening. The Edward Wets-prods and Edward. Schlels were ^unday guests at Edwin Jester's In Klemme Sunay. Mies Thada, of Klemme, accompanied them home for a short visit, ' Mrs. C, 'O. Humphrey entertained her birthday club Friday afternoon. Mrs. G. M. Miller, of Ringsted, Mrs. H, E, Reimers, and, Mrs, G. W- Newel were guests. -The P, H. Jensens, 'o|' Fort spent Saturday and Sunday wWh atives, Sunday they attended the Jenaen reunion at Martin Wilberg'a. ' An outdoor wiener roast was en,T jjoyed,>by the, you^ man-led peopl^ pf the Methodifrt church last week Vtontay night at W»)ter The Ralph JoijeseBj of pea Estles week helping ear$ for the ( neV baby. The Bey. and Mrs. Ed UOWP. of Buffalo Center, were vteltora.at A, Q. Smith's Saturday. ^Fhey were on their way to Baj»cro« to yjslt reU atives. Tihe Otto Koppen? were Sunday vteWs at Harold M.a<»ef**"*» ° rh east of Elroore. Mrs. pf the Jame? daughter, ^W^ 6 tq Mr- »«4 Mr»- ^ , They ajgo ha,ye spent tesj'weelf day at Peter Hayenga's. Hayeufft's niece, St, J,ohn'» ^»W»e presented a sppg seryjce «tt ft£ F^lryp Sy»a§y evenly Mrs. an Sheer Dresses For Your Summer Vacation Voiles and Llnenes 51.00 Eyelet Batistes! Fine Voiles! II'.66 These dresses point the way to hot weather comfort. 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