Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1932 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 1, 1932
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When you come totthe Kossuth county fair make your home at Neville's Shoe Store. ( . • The boys will be glad to take care of your wraps and in every way make things pleasant for you. Anything we can do to help you enjoy your day at the fair will be done cheerfully. You will not be asked to buy anything, but if you need shoes we will be glad to fit you out. We are running a regular shoe carnival, with prices all cut to piece, and the good .part of it is these prices are cut on good standard shoes and slippers, the best our country produces. We handle nothing but standard lines. Florsheims, Freemans, Connolly Kangaroo Shoes, W. L. Douglas Shoes and Oxfords, Peters all-leather line for men, women, and children, Billikin Arch Support Oxfords, Beacon Shoes, Air Tread, Archmedic, Silver Sewe'd Six, Patricia Pat, Correct Posture, Suspension Arch Slippers for women, Buster Brown and Freedman Shelby, Red Goose Shoes and Oxfords for children. Also the Sinbac True Fit for growing feet. You get all these good shoes at Neville's Shoe Store for less money than you pay for the same shoes anywhere else in the United States. You get the Shoes for less money at Jimrnie Neville "The Shoe Man" Algona, la. YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME TO COMMAND ATTENTION At one time It was necessary to show folks where they could save dollars.. Today none are too proud to accept nickel, dime and two-hit savings. A check of Council Oak prices shows where it is easy to save this small change. 5c Florida Grape Fruit Small cans for families of two. Right quantity for making fruit cocktails or fruit salads. Delicious whole segments of tree rioened grape fruit in a heavy syrup. 8-ounce cans __ RED SOCKEYE SALMON— Lh. Cans at half the price of recent years and the lowest price in 30 years. You can now af- • ford to use fancy salmon in salmon loaf and casserole. "First Prize" Brand KRAFT "KITCHEN FRESH" MAYONNAISE or FRENCH DRESSING 8-ounce jar for _!______ j.^i. ;_____ 10c SUPERB BRAND MILK "Superb" milk shoAVS better results 'in many recipes than fresh milk. TALL CAN _'-_:__ ASSORTED COOKIES Dainty cookies that will be enjoyed in the school lunch. PER POUND MACARONI Long, cut, or shell, per pound 5c SUM-R-AID "You'll think it's real fruit juice" A cooling, refreshing drink for children, family use., parties, or .'picnics; easily and quickly made. Assorted flavors, dime pkg. 5c BLATZ PRE-AGED Malt Syrup 3 POUND CAN 49c Have You Tried— FOOD TOWN POPS? They keep their cracker crispness while floating in cream or milk. Wheat Pops, 2 packages _. Rice Pops, 2 packages '_. 17c 19c Come and see us when you come to the County Fair C,H, HUMPHREY, FENTON, PASSES; 81 YEARS OF AGE Fenton, Aug. 30—Charles H. Humphrey, bom October 10, 1852, in Lewis county, N. Y., died last week Tuesday, in his 81st year. At six his parents brought him to a farm at Mlllegevllle,, 111. On October 8, 1874, he'woe married to Charlotte Hayes, Millegevllle, where they lived till 18St, when they moved to Benton county, Iowa. They lived on a farm there till 1900, when they located southwest of Fenton, where the family has lived ever since. Mrs. Humphrey died December 27, 1929. Two years ago Mr, Humphrey suffered a light stroke, from which he never entirely recovered. July 10 this year he became bedfast and steadily grew weaker till the end. Three sons survive: Fred, Cedar Rapids; Frank, on the farm; Clyde, Fenton. One sister, Mrs. Emily M. Hagey, Cedar Rapids, and two grandchildren, Sidney Bruce and Mary Ellen Humphrey, also survive. Funeral services were conducted at the home at 1:30 p. m. and the Fenton Methodist church at 2 last Thursday, the 'Rev. ,i: T. Snyder in charge, and interment was made In the Methodist cemetery south' of town. Among the out-of-town attendants were Josie E. Hagey and the Fred Humphreys. Cedar Rapids; the George Winters, Vinton; the G. M. Millers, the J. E. . Henrickeens', and the H. P. Rasmussens, Ring-' •ted. , Girls' Club Plans for Fair— The Fenton 4-H girls' club met last week Wednesday at Margaret Stephenson's, 17 members, one vislr tor, and the leader in attendance. Roll call was answered with What I Am Taking to the County Fair. Ar- clis Voigt gave a talk on how to make a waste-paper basket, and a demonstration on desk accessories' was given toy Maxine Wetebrod, while Leona Borchardt and Virginia Frank gave one on refinishing old furniture. 'Snapshots were taken of the club officers and club for a poster at the fair. A special meeting will be held Saturday at Hazel and Maxine Welsbrod's. In Family Gathering;— A reunion of the Voights was held at AVest Bend Sunday. Attending were: The John and Clarence Menz families, the Frank McFalls, Mrs. Carrie Voight, her children, Gerald and Ardis, the Arthur Voights, and tho William Voights, all pf this vicinity; Mrs. Mae Voight, Welcome, Minn., and her daughters ILorena land Esther; the Edward Fridays and a Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson, of Ida Grove, and the Charles Steinbecks, Fenton. Schools Are Reopened Monday— The schools reopened Monday. The faculty is: M. E. Otterness, superintendent; E. D. White, principal; Verllna Joerger, home economics; Esther 'Smith, English and music; Margie Kleinheksel, seventh nnd eighth grades; Lily Rasmussen, fifth and-sixth: 1 Nettie Weisbrod, third and fourth; Mathilda Kressin, first and second. Are you one of the Advance's 3,000 Satufied Sub«cribers? Musical Program Given at Ledyard by Visitors Ledyard, Aug. 30—IA, musical pro-" gram, sponsored by • 'the "Willing AVorkers" of the German Reformed church was given In the high school auditorium Sunday evening. Visiting entertainers'were ..from Melbourne, nnd'the Iscnberg- quartet came from Grant. All had supper In the bneement of the Methodist church served by German Reformed women. Woman of SI Is Honored— A surprise party Was given at Cal Stanley's last Thursday In honor of his mother Sellna Stanley's Slat birthday. There were 27 present. The women took half yards of calico for Mrs. Stanley to use In quilt work. Farewell for Elmer /lelske— The Lakota .Luther League gave a farewell party for Elmer Zielske at his home Sunday evening. Elmer leaves this week to attend college at Kansas City, and his sister Margaret returns to nursing there, Leu.se to Preach Sunday— Dlstlct Supt. Lease will preach, at the Methodist church Sunday, and following there will be a potluck dinner In the basement, after which a quarterly conference will be held. Ciitliollc Festival Dlgr Success— The 'Sacred Heart church liad a successful fall festival, and cleared $2'50, last Thursday. In the afternoon Swea City won a ball game from Bancroft, 2-1. Former 1'astor Visits Here— The Rev. Father Andorfer, ex- pastor of Sacred Heart church, attended the fall festival here last Thursday. He is now at Charter Oak. Doughnut Sale Realizes $15— The Methodist Aid received $15 at a doughnut sale Iqst week Wednesday. Other Ledyard News. Mrs. Johnson Poppy, Montlcello, son Aaron, and Mr. Poppy's daughter came last . Thursday to visit Mary .Poppe and other relatives. Saturday the visitors and Bertha, Paul, and Lorenz Nitz, the William Poppes, Mrs. Mary Poppe, and (Luetta and Anita Gelhaus went to AVest Bend to see the grotto. Mrs. Ralph Olson's sister and the latter's husband, Cedar Rapids, with two children, visited here Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Olson and Paddy returned last week Wednesday frohi a .few days at Clear Lake with a Davenport friend. Mr. and Mrs. N .A. Pingel went to Fort Dodge Saturday to attend a Pingel reunion Sunday, returning Tuesday. Others who attended were Former Fenton Man Low— O. G. Peppard is low at his home in Fairmont. He is a former Fenton resident who has had heart attacks for some time. Other Fenton News. The Oliver Stoebers, Armstrong, spent last week with Mr. Stoeber's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber, accompanied by Edna and Bertha Baker, Armstrong, who visited their grandmother, Mrs. Emma Curry, and aunt, Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod. The. Weisbrods and Mrs. Curry were guests of the .Bakers Sunday. The John Wallaces had as Sunday dinner guests the Mike Weis- brods, the E. A. Weisbrods, Mrs. Ursula 1 Weisbrod, the A. H. Heyers family, and the Maurice Wallaces. The Rev. J. T. Snyders were dinner guests at J. F. Newel's last' week Monday riight. The William Greenfields, Irvington, and the George Gowans family, Muson City, were at the John Ulfers home last week Wednesday, Mrs. Gowans is Mrs. Ulfer's sister, and the Greenfields are their' parents. The C. M. 1 Umeteds returned Saturday from two weeks in the Black Hills. They also visited the August Wliitm'ores and J. A. Umsteds, of Paige, N: D., and the AVilllam Lindseys; Moorohead, Minn. The K. X. Kyles attended a household goods sale held by. Mr, Kyle's father, Peter Kyle, Ringstwl, -last Thursday. Mr. Kyle is going to live, with his daughter, Mrs. L. J. Lundgren, at Cedar Rapids. J. B. Hartman and his son Herschul returned Friday .from a visit with relatives in Hector, Minn. They were accompanied by Mrs. Hartman's niece, Viola Houck, for visits here and at Burt. The ,W. J. Weisbrods and George Boettcher drove to Iowa City last Thursday after the former's daughter Florence, who wa^i graduated from the state university. The Philip Weisbrods. entertained the Homer Boevers family, West Bend, the Burdette Aldereons, and the Rev. J. T. Snyders at 6 o'clock dinner Sunday evening. The C. B. Brookers, Ames, spsnt last Thursday and Friday at F. Hi Eigler's, and Mary Jane Eigler, who had visited at Ames a week, came home with them. The W. F. M. S. will meet this week Thursday at the church; Mrs. Charles AVelsbrod and Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod, hostesses. The John Ulfers family drove to Humboldt Sunday to join, relatives from Manson, Irvington, and West Bend in a picnic. Esther Siegel, Waterloo, spent a few clays last week with Verona AVelsbrod. The girls were college- mates at Coe. The Raymond Stoebers attended a chicken hatchery convention at Charles City from last week Tuesday till Friday. Phyllis Rugg visited h-ir aunt, Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, last week. She hud been at a hospital at Rochester several months.. Mary Rae Reimere, Rlngsted, visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reimers, last- week Tuesday tUl Thursday. The Arthur Muellers have moved into the Albert WoUgram residence, recently vacated by the August Zu- machs. The George Munsons, Ha .fa, visited the R. N. Kyles and attendod the Legion celebration here Friday. The Charles Newels and Mrs. Kat« Newel attended a Legion celebration at Hartley last Thursday. Laura Boettcher returned last week Monday from two we'jks with relatives at Cahnar. The .Albert Petersons. Ringsted, were at C. H. Geronsin's last Thursday evening. Coac,h 'E. D. "White, Rockford, has moved into the Adolph Granienz residence. Mrs. Frank McFall was hostess to her sewing club last week Tuesday afternoon. The LeRoy Newels, Hartley, attended a Legion celebration here Friday. The AV. R. AVolfes returned Sunday from a trip to southern Iowa. Lotts Creek The Lutheran Aid will meet this week Friday instead of next week; Mrs. John Kohlwes, hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler are parents of a'girl* born'at the McCreery hospital, AVhittemore. She has b'feen baptized and named Betty Ann,. The Genglers have one Other daughter; Phyllis; • John Schullin suffered a broken wrist when a horse kicked 'him at Arthur Kressin's one day last week. Threshers of the Potratz run held heir annual picnic at Richard Potratz's .Friday evening. Ice cream and cake were "served. Mr. and Mrs. -Alfred AVolter, newlyweds, moved 3,'lbnday to a houee on the Herman' Bunkbfske farm, near Burt. Two of William Buss's little children spent last week at Algona with their grandparents, Mr. arid Mrs. D. Buss. The Albert iPotratz' family drove to Fort -Dodge Sunday to' take back Hilda, who had had two weeks vacation: A party waa given last Thursday evening at the Jos. Lenlnger's In honor of Mr. Leninger's birthday. About 25 were present. At midnight lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Behnke, of Bennett, their daughter Elaine, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Behnke, Whittemore, and their son Elmer were recent supper guests at Richard Potratz's. Rdna Schultzl AVhittemore, spent a few days last week with Bernlee AVinkel at George Winkel's. 'Edna Potratz worked at Max Bast's, Algona, from last) week Wednesday till Friday, Mrs. Bast being sick. Relatives from Milwaukee vteited last Thursday at Albert Kressin's. The John Kohlwes family visited relatives at Ruthven last Thursday, . The Parochial school opened Monday. . ' Deloree Potratz spent last week at the D. Cordes home, Wnltte- more. the Albert Wests, the Virgil Lo'ckes, the AlVltt Busch family, ftnd the Willis Plngels. Mrs. Ed McGulre, Cedar Rapids, and a son came lost Week Wednesday for a visit at the parental August' GclhaUs honie. Mf. and Mrs. •Elmer Gdlhaus, Hubbard ( tame Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Oliver, Newton, Kalis., and three children visited-their aunt, Mrs. Laura Nlesler, last week Monday. They had been up north fishing and were return- Ing. Henrietta O'Keefe visited at Elmore from last week Monday till; AVednesday, Two cousins, Betty and 'Louis. Kerr, cnme home with her till 'Sunday. Mrs. Win. Green, with .Edna, Aleda, and Ted, left Friday to visit relative* nt Baxter and Hubbard and attend jhe state -fair, returning Tuesday. William Wlemer left Friday to visit at Redding nnd attended the state fair. Janice AVllllams returned with him for a visit at L. AV. Wiemer's. Mrs. D. A. Carpenter, Opal Dor- Sey. Mrs. Fred Dorsqy, and the latter'-i children spent last week AVednesday .at C. I, .Mansmith's, of Burt. ' Mrs. George Thompson was at Algona last Thursday. Three of 'Raj- Mason's children came" home with her. and Ray came Sunday. ,Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nitz nnd Delores left Friday for Hardlri county to visit relatives. They wore also to attend the state fair. James -Long, Eagle Grove, was here last week Tuesday, looking after his 'far'm, rented by Ross Brown- Ing. The V. A. Barretts visited Mrs. Barrett's parents at Livermore from last week Wednesday till Friday. Mrs. Char-lea Gabel and Cleo spent part of 'last week at Stanley Leland's cottage at the Okobojis. Mr. and Mrs. Burns, Des Moines, and a daughter, are visiting another daughter, Mrs. James Hilferty. AVilliam Flynn's mother at Buffalo Center visited here, from last Thursday till Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. AVm. AA'enzell attended a AVenzell reunion at Belmond Sunday. Supt. A. E. Latiritzen and George Moulton were at Rapidan, Minn., Saturday. Clarence Scott Is sick with the flu and under the care of Doctor Devine. Mrs. D. A. Carpenter and Opal Dorsey were at Granada, Minn., Friday. AV. G. Weinberger, Minneapolis, is spending a vacation here. A new sign has been hung at the telephone office. St. Benedict tor. and tor's. Jdhft' Frbelloh, ( Ce'» dar Rapids, have Ijeen vl*itlng rela» tlves here. •. < The Isado're Eldenbarthd were* Sunday dinner gufests of thfe daughter, Mrs. E. F. Arttdorters; ' A large *crowd frdni here attended a Tecent bazaar at St. Joseph's Catholic church, Wesley. Lenore Arndorfer, accompanied by Veronica Deltz, Charter Oak, returned to that place Friday for art- other school year. Marie Arndorfer held a'muslcal recital Monday evening at the Sti Benedict "hall, which was largely at" tended. All pupils did excellent work. Miss Arndorfer has a large class here and another class at Tl" tonka. ". . . i'he .Tullnn Arndorfers droVe to Manly Sunday and spent the day with relatives. ' , , Amelia nnd Deane Arndorfer and a girl friend left Tuesday for The Dells In AVIsconsln. They will return this Week-end. The E. F. Arndorfers were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arndorfer Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bormann and the Mike Arndorfers. . accompanied by Frances Kellner, dt-ove to Des Moines to attend the state fair 'Friday, returning Saturday night. The trip Was made In the new Bormann Ford V-8.. Ella Simons left last Week AVednesday for Iowa City for treatment and probably an operation on one of her knees, which has been causing her lots of trouble since'she j wan a small child. I The Rev. A. J. Arndorfer, Chari ter Oak, 'drove here last Thursday and stopped. for a short visit With the home folks, then going: on to I Ledyard to attend a Sacred Heart church 'bazaar there, where' he was formerly pastor. He went from Ledyard to Blue Earth to \rlslt a vleter, Mrs. Albert Garmann. Mrs'. Chris AVickman, of -Bodne, daughter Lois, and son Bobby have been visiting the Ben Daus. Mr. and Mrs. John Arendt went to Remsen Saturday to attend the funeral of a grandmother, returning Sunday. South Cresco Word reached here Tuesday morning of the death Monday night of Mrs. L. E. Potter's ulster, Mrs. Katherine Griffith, • Des Moines. Several relatives from Kossuth were to attend services at 10:30 Wednesday^ Burial will be made at Beacon.' Mary Conner, Des Moines, came last week AVednesday for ten days with her aunt, Mrs. J. H. Fraser. Mary Wildin was a. guest Thursday night at the AV. L. Martin's, Algona, assisting Mrs. 'F. AA r irikel Friday at a miscellaneous shower in honor of Sarah Nelling. The B. F. Sparks wore visited two days last".week by Mr. and Mrs. Warren Roadifer and daughter, Mrs. Carson Hunt. St. Cloud, Flu., former negihbors at Elk Creek, Mo. They now operate an orange grove, und were en route to Rochester, Minn. The Aid meets this 'Wednesday with Mre. B. F. Sparks. .The M. & D. club met Thursday at the Ambrose A. Call state' park. The winners in roll call contests were banqueted by losers.' There were 22 present, Monica Stude.r arid Mrs,. Victor Applegate, Corwith, 'were guests, and Masdatries E. C. Potter, Will Runchey, and A. E. Clayton, committee. The next meeting is .September 15 , with .Mrs. Homer Lindhorst. Quilt blocks are to be made. The John Ulfers, Fenton, Will Greenfield, Irvlngtpn, and the Will Runcheya. were at the city park''at Humboldt .Sunday,. attending the Graves family reunion. Lu Ella, eldest daughter' of Mr. arid Mrs. L. A. Potter, was graduated Saturday from ilowa State' fiol- lege at Ames. Her father went to Ames -Monday, and then returned that evening. They spent Tuesday with Lu Ella's sister, Mrs. Clai-ence Gardener, near Bancroft. Lu Ella goes Saturday to Ashton,' to beg.'n teaching Monday. Teachers opening schools Monday vyere Jean Cruikshank, Cresco township NO. 1; Mary Wildin, No. 5; Marie Brandow, AVhittemore, No. 4; Arlene Sunding, No. '5. . Next Monday Cresco No. 2, Dorothy Baylor, No. 3, Florence .Black, Rlverdale- Runchey school, Mrgi Malloy, will open. • . Lloyd Brandow .Is ill with summer flu. Kenneth has . been ill two weeks and .la . unable' to attend gchool. w.Htizel and Evejyn.putton and Leona .'Stewart .gave a. dancing party last Thursday evening at Arnbross A. Call state' park with. 60 present. W. F. Jenkinson left Tuesday to attend Iowa st^te fair. Irvington cement. Royal'400'ServiceStalio Is now under the management of L. C. Reding I would be pleased tb have all of mv niri „ . i ~ ' ^tOUlfl] and many new ones. Call and see m e THE BEST OF SERVICE South of Kossuth County State Bank Buildh, Mrs. Chester Schoby, son 'Frank, and Mrs. Maggie Schoby, recently spent several days visiting relatives in South Dakota. Chester Schoby is spending several days at the state fair on business. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday 'from: how amiable are Thy tabernacles oh Lord of Hosts, 1st verse of the 84th psalm. Mrs. Casey Loss sang a solo, My Task, as a special number. Mrs. 'Ray Fitch and Mrs. Jack Devine went to the state fair Sunday to demonstrate at the Kossuth county booth. Mrs. Fitch expects to remain the entire week. The 'L. C. Bakers, Estherville, were Saturday and Sunday visitors at AVm. Boldrldge's. The Blakes nnd Boldridges were Sunday guests at Vern Barker's. A birthday dance in honor of Wnl- ter Halsrud, 20, was given last week Tuesday -evening, with 100 present. M. W. Loss and Steve Loss furni.sn- ed the music. The Earl Millers and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. 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