Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1932 · Page 7
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1632. .p«r rotin<J«d in 1191 g«on4^M l»0*i »t the th« Act • Mlll«t Office 487* rmUence 114 Algona, Iowa. Sock and w . Attorn«y-at-t*w; i OW ft State Bank . 4«0>W, Algona, lorn. say. ere Will be no changes in textbooks this year,- and pupils should secure their aannnrl-Un twt 1 ___ ,.. . _ mvil , MtMAHON * ONNAB B - McMahOD , low* A DICK1W801C Attorneys-at-Law a ; Ottlce, 28! T- P.; ,H., 440 O. WV; STILtMAH Lawyers ov er Iowa .State Bank -W. •-., •' Algona. low* tory, E.'D. Kelly Attorneys-attfAW Office In Qulnby Block ,..68 'Algona, low* Atttorriey.Bt.Law Office in Qulnby Building Phone 180' HIBAM B. WHITE Attornoy,-at-I/«>r over' Iowa State Bank. , 206. Algona. Iowa. P. A. DANSOIT Attorney-Atflaw [(Ice over Iowa/State Bank mes: Office,' 46Q-J.; Rea. 315 DOCTORS second-hand boolm before school starts. The.subjects In the first eight grades will be the .same as last year. In high school, where some subjects are taught only every oth- jr year, the subjects are: Ninth grade—English, algebra, general science; and agriculture; Tenth grade- English, geometry, agriculture, and medieval and modern history; Eleventh grade — English literature, American history, business arithmetic, and physics; Twelfth grade— English, literature, American ' hls- "•" economics, and physics. Mrs. Claud Hawks Is low- Mrs. Herman Neltzel, of Burt, tfrs. Charles Hawks, of Seneca, and L,em Marlow went to Brockton, Mont., last Thursday, called by the serious Illness of their sister, Mrs. Claud Hawks. Mrs. Hawks visited at Burt and Lone Rock while being treated fov cancer at Rochester. She returned home a few weeks ago. Mrs. Hnrloy Shelllto Honored- Mrs. Willis Cotton entertained last week for Mrs. Harlcy Shellito. Attending were Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Ernest Jensen, Ethel Benjamin, Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt, Mrs. Alfred Krueger, and Mrs. Russell Edmonds, of 'Pipestonc, Minn, Mre. Dransfeldt won high score. KENEFICK 4 KEKEFICK Physicians and Surgeons Ice over Rexall Drug Store Office phone' 3.00 |j, Keneflck, M. D., res", phone 61 L Keneflck, M. D., res. phone 326 C. H. CKETBMEYEH Physician and , Surgeon flloe in John Galbraith Block >hones: Office, 310; res., 444 bna* .. •' Iowa P. T. JAffSE, M. J>. Physician and Surgeon Klce on South Dodge Street s: Office, 666; residence, !8« Algona, Iowa | TUI,TEB FRASEJl, M. D. Physician and Surgeon i in Quinby Bldg., Room 14. Phone No. 12 . SIEI/Vltf G. BOTJRTfE Physician and Surgeon Office in Postofflee Block mes: Office, 197; residence, 213 [,, TV. D. ANDREWS, D. 0. wpatlilc Physician and Surgeon ated over Hub Billard Parlor, [Phones: Office 187, i'Rea. 688. It, A. EVANS, M. D. I Over .Borchardt Drug Store pies: Residence 312, office 308, Algona, Iowa; DENTISTS BK. H. M. 01SON Dentist. ; ; 9 and novocaine used for ex- Ion. ...jatea over Chrlstensen Store. pee; Business 166; residence 470 Algona, Iowa 'VETEMNABIAIfS I. W, FOX J. B. WENKEL Veterinarians ' . West State Street, Algona [ones: Office. 475-W.; '-res. 475-R. LBING CONTBACTOBS CO WAN * SON leneral Contractors • Estimates Furnished a: Business,' 639-J; rea., 8» MACHINISTS |Jfonro\ MACHINE WORKS Machinists and Welders Service Stock on «on Rings, pins, and Bearings ..Courthouse. ' Phone" 56! INSUBAffCE COUNTY MUTUAL - worth of insurance A home company. Safe J. O. Paxson, Secretarj ' Property Loan* Farm Ix>an. Insurance. Re*>. Jflstate. CUNNINGHAM ft LACY [W. state St. Algona, low* N --" OREENBEEO «w and used Auto Part« •u.j 63 Ana Accessories HWe 1',/ur a "a Wool ii low* H. w. POST Dray and Truusfer ^RAGEBFALIHINDS 898 Iowa SCHOOLS AT U C NE ROCK PEN AGAIN I,one Rock, Aug. 30 - The Lone school opens Monday mornlnir tib ' ir will enroll and receive as-' for Wednesday. There be no school ' Algona. Regular recitations .bo heard Wednesday. There Mescher from with ...„ Mescher. been Dairy ucts eral day he was manager erated dairy land, College flirts Given Party— A party was given by Mrs. A.lbert Shaser in honor of the girls going to college last week Thursday. Present were Vera Movis, Beulah Gladstone, Dorothy'Macumbor, Margaret Roderick, Evelyn Blanchard, Alice and Lillian Angus and Gladys Ste- britz. Give Demonstration at Fair— Raymond Koestlcr and Beada Kollasch, of Burt, and Myrtle Hanna went to Dos Moines last week. They give a demonstration representing the 4-H girls' club of Lone Rock and Burt at the state fair. routes Former T'Jmne Mnmiger Here— Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Flood, Osage, daughter Agnella, son Tom, and Mm. Ed W . S t ock) storm Lake, visited the M, J. Dyers Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Stock was Cyrllla, Flood, ind tho Floods lived here 15 years ago, Mr. Flood being manager of the ocal telephone office. Tom is. a student at the St. Paul seminary. Auxlllory Unit. Wins Citation— The Bancroft Legion Auxiliary has won a national citation for 100 cent in activities. This is tho first time the Bancroft unit has Won such an honor in tho nine years it has been organized. Mrs. 13. J. 'Seeney is president,• Mrs. L. J. Mousel, vice preedent. Prirly Honors Omnlm Girl— Mrs. Frank Recker entertained at two tables of bridge last Thursday evening in honor of Leone iBerens, Dmaha. Frances Berens received the high prize, Mrs. L. J. Nemmers the :ut, and Miss Berens a guest prize. Granddaughter's :!>(,• r.rokcn— Loretta, 6-year-old daughter - of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Priester, Whittemore, broke a leg at play one day last week. She is a granddaughter of Mrs. M./L. Schiltz, Bancroft. Seneca Schools Are Heopcncd— The Seneca consolidated 'schools opened Monday. Regina Berens teaches there again. Entertains In. Mother's Honor— Mrs. Wm. Fischer entertained Friday in honor of her mother, Mre. J. H. SampsAi's birthday. Mrs. Fisher and son Delinar took Mrs. Sampson to her home at Ogden Saturday. They returned Sunday. Other Bancroft News. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ethridge and a Mrs. istoff, all of Trenton, 111., .spent last week Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday with Mrs. Eth- rldge's nieces, Maxine Guide and Mona Doleschal. Mrs. 'Ethridge is a sister of the girls' mother, Mrs. Robert McQuaid. The E. P. Fredericksons and E. P.'s mother, Mrs. Mathilda Frecler- ickaon, went to Gladbrook Satur- I/ook for College Quarters— Georgia Peterson, Pearl Christenson, Lawrence Peterson, and Cedric Thomas, of Ringsted, and Beulah Gladstone went to Cedar 'Rapids a week ago Tuesday to make arrangements to enter college. Joss Marlow Is Married— Ida Kollasch, of Bancroft, and Jess Marlow were married in the Catholic church at Bancroft Monday morning at S o'clock. Hoosier Picnic at Hurt— The Frank Flalgs, Jim Ackermans, and Doris Sanders attended a Hoosier picnic at Tom . Trenary's, near Burt, Sunday. Shower for Mrs. Arthur Baker— A miscellaneous shower, attended by 45, was given for Mrs. Arthur Baker at Wm. Knoll's Friday. H. ,T. lUco In Clinic— M. J. Rice went to Des Moines last week Thursday to go through a clinic. He returned Saturday. Lone Kock Loses to Fcnton— Lone Rock lost to Fenton 16-10 there Friday. Mfcst Other Lone Kock. The L. H. Rodericks took Roberta Davison to Mason City last week Wednesday. Imogene Roderick, who has been staying with Mrs. Margaret Davison, came home with them Thursday. , Mrs. Enos AVorthington and two children, of Mallard, spent Thursday at Lillie Worth.lngton's. The former returned, leaving the two children here for several clays. The Roy Jensens took Mrs. Russell Edwards to Windom, Minn., Sunday. Mrs. Edwards met her there and she returned to her home at Pipestone. ; Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, daughters Ersel and Doris, granddaughter Beverly Jean Sones, visited at W. T. Fish's at Whlttemore last week Wednesday. Mrs. Henry Manus, daughters Kathryn and Mrs. Lillian Sigler, of Burt, visited the Charles Morrises last week Tuesday. The N. L. Cottons took Mrs. Harley Shellito and Norma to Port Podge laet Thursday, and they returned to Ames. CUarles Snick and Mllo Tarbell went to Waterloo -last week Wednesday. Charles came ' back Thursday. ' ' Gordon and Donald Blanchard and Alfred Krueger played baseball with Swea City against Ledyard laet week. , Donald Heiter spent last week With the W. C. Heiters. The latter took him home to Convith Sunday. The Emil Krafts came home Saturday from "Waukesha, Wis., after two weeks with relatives there. Mrs. Robert Benson, after three weeks with' relatives, returned to Joliet, 111., last week Tuesday. Veronica Saundera, ot Benson, Minn., came last week Tuesday to visit at -Fred Genrich's. The Robert Schmidts returned from Barney, N. D., last week after visiting relatives. Irene Whitford entertained in honor of her 17th birthday last week •Wednesday. • 'Tbe Ed Donovans, . of spent Suntoy with Mrs Sieferts, of last Thursday at KOSSUTH COCNTY ALQONA. tOWA Manager in Wisconsin Bancroft, Aug. 30 - Ambrose c ame home Wednesday Lincoln, Neb., for two days his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. F H ier. For the last year he had employed at the Woodlawn , Lincoln, which supplies prod- on five retail routes and sev- wholesale routes. Last Thurs- '•vleft for Kenosha, WIs., where - to b e on duty Saturday as i' of a dairy owned and op- by the same company. This •farm comprises 880 acres of and serves only wholesale he.: day for a week. The elder Mrs. Frederickaon-had visited here two weeks. MWFrederickson is agent at the local C..&.& W: depot. Mr. and Mrst-Melvln Dltaworth and the Jailer's sister, Palricia Flannery, -went to Montrose, S. D., Saturday.. Miss Flannery's home is there. She had spent two months here. , .•••••••. Mr. and Mrs. B, J, Seeney took her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Dltsworth to iSherburn, Minn.. Sunday, where they are visiting this week at the W. M. Delapp home. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Funk returned to their home at Dlxon, 111., Saturday, after four days with the George Wohnkes. Mrs. Funk is a cousin of Mr. Wohnke. Mr. and Mrs,. George Carmean and their .daughter Georgia returned last Thursday'from Rockford, 111., where they, visited Mrs. Karl Elliot, another daughter. Mrs. w;. J. Welp and her three children returned to their home at Fort Dodge-Tuesday, after a week rtt the M. A. Sanders and Mrs. J. H. Welp homes. Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman and their daughter Jo Ann visited from last Thursday till Monday with the doctor's people at Le Mars. Stephen Underkofler, daughter Monica/arid sort Richard spent several days last .week at Belmond with Mr. Underkofler's people. .Leone -Berens returned to Omaha 'Sunday,, after two weeks with her fodks' here. She is employed in an insurance office. Ed Kennedy went to Hutchinson, Minn., Sunday. Mr. Kennedy is manager of the Kennedy 'Bros. Dept. Store here. Rosemary Mescher and Martha Mescher are at home from Cedar Falls, where they attended the summer school, Peggy, daughter of Doctor and Mrs. Lattimer, Springfield, Minn., is visiting'her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Lattlmer. . Lucille Dyer came home Sunday from Ledyard, where she had been employed at William Garry's. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Garry have attended .the state'fair. Mr. Garry is a.local mail carrier. One of the local Sunday school classes'held a picnic'at Interlaken last week Wednesday." The interior of the Bradley Cafe is being redecorated, Otto Nemmers doing the work. The John Shays spent last Thursday at -Blue Earth with a brother of John. THREE SCHOOLS OPENED MONDAY ATWHITTEMORE AVhlttemore, Aug. 30—The . AVhit- tcmore public school, St. Paul's Lutheran school, and the Presentation academy all opened Monday morning. The high school faculty this year is headed by 'Supt. F. J.' Rochford, who wll teach manual training, physics, mechanical drawing and geometry. Mr. Rochford will also have charge of sports and will do the coaching' this year. Florence Lynch is the.new principal. She-is an A. B. graduate of Cedar Falls, and has had three years experience. She will have charge of classes in Latin, biology, and domestic science. Another new addition to the faculty is Verna Emmanual, graduate of the state university. She teaches English, history, and algebra. Mildred Lindstrom, who taught here last year, will be in charge of the upper grades, and Nettie . Sammin will again take charge of the primary department. H. W. Behnke and P. L. Jessen are again instructors in the Lutheran school. Four Corners will begin at 10:80 Sunday and Sunday school at W-»°Mite society will meat with tWs TbTjr8 d »5 r ' . .. • De gjveu at the Mr.. and Mre. Herbert Schmeling, Ralph AVitham, and Walter Schmeling left last week Wednesday 'for the west coast. They will make stops en route with the Charley Withams at Valley City, N. D., and with Mr, iSchmeling's aunt at Mihot, N. D, From there they will take the northern route to Los Angeles, They will spend the wihter with Mrs. Royce and . the Dave White family. Mrs. Royce is grandmother; and Mrs. White an aunt of Mrs. , Schmeling. They will also visit relatives of the -Austin With- rnns.. They plan to return next spring. '.'.•'. Lavonne, daughter of Mr, and Mrs, John Gettman, Burt, came a week ago Sunday for a few days with her grandmother, Mrs. Edith Rich. Mr. and Mrs. Gettman are parents of a daughter born a. week ago Sunday. This is the second child. They have named her Mildred Marie. , The Lowman family held a reunion a week ago Sunday at Louis Lowman Jr.'s. Present were the Roy and Howard Logman, Everett Witham, Ray Smith,, and Fern Huling families. The Hulings also visited Mrs. Huling's parents, the J. P. Nickersons. Evelyn Niekerson returned home a week ago Sunday after a week and a half at Lurhl Fessler's, Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Fessler accompanied her home and stayed over till the next afternoon. The Harry Woods family returned home last week after a short visit with Mrs. Wood's parents near Worthin'g-ton, Minn. Grover McSBlvain and Clarence Mitnhell, of Packwood, • arrived at the Noble Mitchell home a nyeek ago Friday to visit the N. D. and Etna Mitchells. They .left for home the •following Monday. Arthur Cruikshank,' John Sabin, Wm. Drayton, Fred plum, Edward Rich, NoWe Mitchell, and Walte£ Hawk spent last weelt Tuesday laying a drain aroun'd the schoolhouse at Diet. No. 7, known as the Cruikshank school. The <P. T. A. members an,d families of school District No. 7, Union township, enjoyed 4' picnic dinner at the state park a' weeK afo Sunday., Present were the Ed Gejw-Jcb.es,, AJ- gona, the Joho'SaWn, Wni. Drayton, and Edward Rich families, Mrs. Noble Mitchell and children, and Mrs. Walter Geilen- felt and children, Hulda and Alma Boettnher, of Algona, and Mrs. Edith Rich. The Arthur Crulkshanks entertained Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ditmer and Mr. Ditmer's aunt, Miss Pho'ebe Morgan, at dinner a week ago Sunday. The .Mothers, and daughters club met last week Thursday with Lena Schultz'-with 15: present. Roll call was answered by favorite trees. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Alice Ditsworth. This meeting was scjieduled for September 8 but because of fair week the date was changetl to 'September 15. L. J. Lowman arrived home from Illinois'•• last-Thursday after three months with relatives. The .Arthur Cruikshanks attended the state fair at' Des Moines Friday. LAKOTA WOMAN TELLS OF THE FAIRATD.M, Lakota, Aug; ,30—Mrs. Leaverton and I arrived at Des Molnes with our state fair exhibit last Thursday, driving-in'a heavy rain from Ames. We had 1 our exhibit ready for the judges {early in the afternoon, and after work ,wlth the 4-H club exhibit at the club rooms cnme to the A. J. Clark's,; where we made our headquarters. The fair grounds, flowers, shrubs, etc., are beautiful, as there has been much rain here. The hydrangeas bordering the walk to the women and children's building, where we have our exhibit, are more beautiful; than I -have ever seen them in the! nine yearn I have attended. I Thirty Counties Exhibiting. ! Miss Neale Knowles and Mrs. ! May .Laraon are judging the exhibits ' this year. There are 25 counties ex- : hibitlng, this year, where formerly there w.ere 30. Rather than cut the amount- of -prize money, for exhibit* It'was decided to cut the number of counties, and five counties kindly withdrew. There ore two classes— H. D. A. counties, and those without..- Tjie exhibits. In general show Improvement over other yp.ira, especially in .scoring of map's. Saturday morning 10 farm women staged an cjctempomneouri speaking contest-on the third floor of the auditorium on The 'Farm Woman's Civic Responsibility,which proved an ' eye opener" as to their • ability. Professor AVhau, of Iowa State college, was judge, and was well'pleas- ed with the contest. Mrs. John Jackson, .of Mahaska county, won first, and was awarded a gold pin from the Farm Bureau at the meeting in the tent Monday • morning. She will also be sent to the International" meeting at Chicago in December. •Mrs. -Ona : -Shannon, of- Ringgold county, was second, and is alternate: The state fair board, with'Secretary A. R. Corey as host, entertained ail contestants at luncheon at the Administration building Saturday at 1 o'clock. : .. phafrs.Used.In Plays. Kossuth county had the honor of a request for the use of its exhibit, a rocker .owned by Mrs. Jerry Heet- lancl, and a cherry table owned by Mrs. Gus Torino, which was used on the stage in the auditorium in two George Washington plays. The furniture looked, at home with the other period furniture. A crowd-of-50,000 attended .the fair 'Saturday to see the train collision. ; We .went up 'on the hill, where we had a fairly good view, •but following the crash soot fell like rain arid 'we all presented a blackened appearance. Fruit and vegetable displays are very good this year, a'rid eating places are as numerous as usual. Son Born to Rev, Whytcs— Friends here received an announcement, last .week of. -the adoption of a son, Lynn- Harrison, by the Rev. and Mrs. Harry .Whyte, of Klemrne August. 12. ...The., Whytes are_ former residents of Lakota, and Ledyard, when the Rev. Mr. Whyte'was pastor of the Methodist churches. Aid Holds Guest Day— . The Met&qdist Aid held guest day last week Wednesday and 35 were •present. Holiday coin cards were opened'and'about $30 collected. Some cards have-not been turned in. A covered dish lunch was served with Mrs. George Winter as'Hostess. " Mrs, C, R. Smith Is Home— ';'Mre; 43. R. Smith came Friday from Ojo Caliente, N. M., where she has spejit the summer with her hus- bAhtl. .Mr.. Smith has been there slnc.e Mat fall in the Interests of his health &ncl \vlll come home later. Other Lakota Hffewn. The fi. F. Edwards, east of town farmers, returned Monday evening after, a week in Johnson and , Iowa counties visiting Bert's brother and aunts. They report Corn looking good all the way,' but a few acres of grain still in the shock. Apples are a bountiful crop east and south of Waterloo'. , Mre. Mlnne Smith, mother ot 6. R. Smith, stopped here last week for a short- visit. She was on her way to Albert • Lea to make her home with;her daughter,. Mrs. Bert Dunn. She had been visiting a son Albert at Eomeroy for the last three months. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Altlzer came home from ••Rochester,- Minn, last week Tuesday, bringing with them Irvln's mother,' Mrs, George Altizer, who "has been-In the hospital there the last two weeks. She is recovering nlthoiifvh VPI-.V weak. Raymond Patterson took his grandmother, Mrs. fiarah Patterson, to RoclVeeteh 'Minn., last week Tuesday to .attend the funeral of her soiiT'lh-low, Louie Halvorson, who died -from 'cancer. Mr. aYicl' Mrs'. A T. Buckels attended the. state fair last week. -one Rock Mi«. \V. c .l>cper came home Snturclay aftc-r a visit at Madison, WIs. The Hpnry \Velnera moved to their farm couth of Lone Rock Sunday. Howard Stevens, of Goldfield, s'pe'nt the week-end with Alex Krueger. A new scale Is being put in at the J. M. Blanchard hardware store. Betty Dudding, of Swea City, visited friends here last week. Mr. and Mre.' Ben Seegebarth went to Chicago to work. " » ^% "Jj« ''"'$% JRASBJBttyill-; %fc 'M Laird 0 McCulI— FUNERAL DIRECTORS * "• i AMBULANCE SERVICE .j< DAY AND NIGHT . ' • ' • ' ' : f •. • * Phone 521 Algona, Iowa. "The Patron Fixes the Price" Harness Store MOVED I have moved my harness store to the brick building, first door east of the Kent garage. I will be pleased to see all my old'customers and many new ones at the new stand. I will continue to carry the largest line of harness and harness supplies to be found in the county. My long years of service to the farmers of Kossuth county, in supplying them with the best in my line at the lowest prices, will be continued at the new stand. . •*. . '. ' CALL AND SEE ME HAGKELFORD "The Old Reliable Harness Dealer" Free Health Clinic To Be Held at the Algona Sanitarium Sept. 1, 2 and 3 : • . - t Dr. Scanlan has secured the services of Dr. H. R. Reed, Chiropractor, of the Public Health Service of Chicago to conduct this clinic. Dr. Reed is a specialist on stomach and intestinal, troubles, Dr. Reed will be at the Sanitarium starting September 1, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Now is the time fpr anyone who has ' not enjoyed good health to take advantage of Dr. Reed's experience and uiake arrangements to be examined during this clinic; '.-... .- • ' : •. • -•'•• ••• ••• ' '•''••••-'.-.. Call 566 or Dr. P. C. S^anlah for an appointment While visiting the Kossuth County Fair "• You a,re invited to make the Foster Furniture v *- ^PF w^^nrw • ^*^ \ M i, *. , 1 YOUB HEADQUAWTEJ18 (>U ^4 inspect the »eiftpt to in the FAIR WEEK AND LABOR DAY BARGAINS TIRES • TUBES -BATTERIES - BRAKE LINING • SPARK PLUGS - ACCESSORIES .• f* ' •• ' '' -••-.•••-• •; .-. • • ' -. ... ...•.••. v V' VrET READY for your Labor Day trip TODAY .. .You may never again be able to buy tires at these unbelievably low prices /.;«Rubber and.), Cotton prices have ab-eady gone up and tire prices are sure to follow I.You' need some of the necessities and services in our Holiday Bargains '••*• Prices^ are, rock bottom. Quality excels any other tire at anywhere near theoe prices.^ .Gome in<.. take advantage of these Free Services • .,.'.: Equip your cor, with" accessories you need .. .at the Lowest Prices Ever Known and be prepared for an enjoyable, trouble- free Holiday. 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