Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 15, 1932
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M** t* # ' PTBMBBR 15.1932. flfHVed from Spokane And funeMl services were a 1 th6 'P^byterlan Sunday afternoon by the Atep, With burial In the , MfS . «<.».." - Wa ] del ? nahie J** 3 IwT'to Stotie, and .ihe was born Ic6tt'county September 13, 1862. ^almost 80 she died at the „„ ot her only daughter last iFlSrS'inw married to Will« qhanor,-Civil war veteran, who * he*" in 1920. Four children , born: Roy. Charles, Earl, and ' ,j n iggi they came to Kos- an'd 6<sttled on a farm north- ?ot town, and in 1898 they re- Burt Two years ago Mrs. . nor went to Spokane to live with daughter, Mr*. George Alnslee. ' on iy other surviving child Is E% Shanor, Northwestern trUIn latches', Eagle Grove and Mason ['out-of-town relatlvee at the fun«l included'Mrs. Alnslee, the W. Shanors, Mrs. C. C. Shanor, Minis, the B..V. -Palnes, Webster Jw-Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Harris, Mr. f~»i Mrs L. C; Chadlma, and a* Mrs. •££ cedar Rapicte; P. R. Crose, tinneapolis. barber here many tar" ago; Mrs. Alice Anderson, of icroft. • ; woman Brought Here— M rs Herman Neitzel and Lemuel farloiv got home. Friday from rtckton, Mont., 'where they had -en called by word that their sls- F j[ rg . Claude Hawks, was ser- ^u'sly sick. • They -brought hef here ,be cared for at her father Ed- Marlow's, and her husband » came. lidtlme, Portlnnders Sick— I'MM Del Fitch was called to Ster- ine 111., last week Tuesday by news liat her mother, Mrs. Geo. D. Stone, Iras seriously .sick. Mrs, Fitch's lather has been 'in poor health for jome time. The Atones lived many tears in Portland township and still wn land there. • ' Harvard Instructor Goes Back— [The Otto Kraushaars will leave [his week Tuesday for Cambridge, [ass., where Mr. Kraushaar is In- Itructor In Harvard university. 'hey spent .the- summer with. Mrs. feraushaar's father, O. P. McDon- lk .. . BcoTes for Coast School— Fltarcelle Brooke left last week Monday lor Ontario, Calif., to at- jend Junior college and live with an liint. ' . .... . '... -, u ,. B litcr for Mennet Trnnklillls— rilr. and Mrs. Mennet, Trunkhlll _. v > parents of a 6%-lb. girl, Marlyn Eeannette,' born laet week Wednes- lay. fenm Child 'or the Cam— i A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. JMlan Carr ^Saturday; * the tenth IhiM. '""•••" ',;;'' High Scliool Defeats Fenton— [The high school ball team played 7enton Friday and won, 5-1. Other Hurt News. Mrs. George 'White and Mrs. OTid Clark, Sioux. City, • came last r eek Monday, and went back next y, taking with .tttem Mrs. White's ion, Kenneth, who had spent the fcummer with his grandparents, Mr. Mrs. Will Ringsdorf. Elner Morness returned last week uesday from Leonlrister. Mass., |md New York City. He accompan- hls sister Margaret, who re- ained for a lon« visit. They trav- ^led with Wilfred, ;! Cross and his irother via Canada; .-.•'.• Q. J. F, Vogel rtook^ Mr. and Mrs. Y, E. Stahl arid Mrsr Jv W. Dorto St. Paul last week Wednes- iiy. They were called there by kews of the sickness of Mr. Stahl's pother. They returned Friday. lire. J. E. Patterson and her laughter, Darlene -^ Stoddard, left Monday, after" ; .«i; few]day*. with Mrs. 'atterson's daughter, Mrs. A, G. r. They formerly lived here, but ..; live at L'ongmont, Colo.; ilr. a'nd Mrs. Ray Dremmel were ntly called to Carlos, Minn., by lews of the serious • condition of Hrs. Dremmel's ^brother, : Glenn 'Perry, who..has 'had, tuberculosis svo years. • ! >lv •'• » Donald Patterson returned Sun- lay from Lake Mills, where he had yed"with an uncle'and worked In k canning factory a month. He goes 1 Ames next Monday to enter col- «e. The Guy Giddlnge Jr. family, Chl- " o, is at the G.,C. Giddlngs home. Gtddlngs Sr., Guy. the other |°n, William, and Everett Pannkuk Ished at Lost Island a week ago. Mrs. .Will RJngsdp#i^jejtu»ned Sat- Way from Os'c'ebla, where she was »Hed last week Wednesday by word an attack of { gallston.es suffered ' her mother. •* ' •' Mrs. C. H. BlQBfiom and Jennie [Thompson returned last Thursday "im two weeks with Mrs. Blos- n's daughter. Mrs. Wna Clement, Ames, |( Mr. and Mrs. John Trunkhill vls- ~' Sunday at Chr}s Olson's, south- t of Algona, Several- families J«lpea Mr. Olson, ^ qelebrate a. 'birth- , Mr. and Mrs. H. D, - Flewellln, Aurora, ni., arrived Friday and yla- "M until Monday, at »r, J. G. Clap- wdle's. The doe.tor fa their jiephew. ^Mrs, Robt. BunUofske, lakota, no her three ohtldje^ ppent payt of W .week with Mrs. Bunkoteke's "ents, Mr, and Mrs. John Long. Mrs. ia a Anderson returned (Sal- Nay f rom jj arUeyi wfeere she had *P e nt a week with the Hobart Put- «ans ana Will Un^, Mr, an<J Mr s. D/,TrHol5§on and " r - ana Mrs. Harry Hojjson.' I^one P*k, went to Mapcus |or Sunday r 1 . • Ka yroond Hob.sp.Tj's. * *rs. t). -L. Moponaid aud bw two Wren, who had spent tlw Mrs. ~" APVANCB, AlXKWA. tOWA ing Scenes at Spencer | "^ '-^^•inri - -.-• - ' I DOWN THE stretch to be first to get the wave of the thoao n "ii i u , h . eld ' by st arter J. L. Malone, Tampa, Fla., test year, annual^?-™? T? >'' aCtl ° n ° E a SeC ° nd apart ln the flrst heat o£ the M™ Hawkeye Derby. Auto racing, one of the ' lions, will be a feature at this year's Spencer fair WHITTEMORE FARMER HAS BROKEN BACK Whlttemore, Sept. 13 — Herman Haack, farmer living northwest of town, received a broken back and fracture of both heels Saturday afternoon when the stage on which he and hie stepson, Wilfred Blerstedt, were standing while building a chute on a silo, broke. Both men fell 30 feet, Mr. Blerstedt falling on top of Mr. Haack. The former received only slight injuries. Mr. Haack was brought to the McCreery hospital, and was later taken to Fort Dodge. Mother Dies Suddenly— Mrs. M. De L. Parsons, Kossuth pioneer, and mother of Mrs. Harold Frambach, of Whlttemore, died a week ago Saturday at her home near Irvington. Mrs. Pareons was 71 years old and is survived by her •husband and eight children. Asks Farmers to Aid County Newspapers [Iowa 'Farm Bureau Messenger.] Almost every Iowa farmer reads a county newspaper. And in these times the county 'newspaper 'is having hard sledding. The newspaper depends on advertising and subscriptions for its Income. 'Naturally business In many cases has seen fit to cut down on advertising space, and in curtailing this expense has brought hardship home to the editor, printer, and those connected with giving you the news. In addition to this the editor has seen his subscription list grow smaller. Boost the county newspaper and pay your subscription if it is at all possible. Remember, the county newspaper gives you the news of your .community. Let's I support our county newspapers. CHURCH GIVES HOME TALENT flT SWEA CITY 'Swea City, Sept. 13 — "Henry's Wedding" is to be staged here September 15 and 16 under the auspices of the Methodist church. A Miss. Boyd, from a producing company, Is training the cast. L. E. Sweay Is playing the part of Uncle Henry; Vivian Strand. Samantha Green; Gail Kesler, Jack; Helen Hollls, Susanna Christopher; Lilly Nelson, Mary; Harold Roba, Sawyer Brown. These three couples are to.be married and Ted, played by Harry Warburton, and Harris, by Francis Poole, complete the cast. The Mystic §hrlners add much to the play, with Mrs. Harry Warner as leader. Beaus and belles of 1890 are portrayed by business men of the town. Maurice Kelly, 5, Is Dead- Maurice Ear], 5, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Kelly, of Elmore, Shower Honors Gertrude Jiecnc— A! pre-nuptial shower honoring Gertrude Keene was held Sunday afternoon at the Academy hall. Her marriage to Jacob Hartman will take place at St. Michael's Catholic church September 20. Frank llchnke Begins Teaching— Frank Behnke left last week for Webster City to beg-in teaching in the Lutheran school. This is his first year. He was graduated this spring at River Forest, 111, Finger Crushed In Sliellcr— James Hantelman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Hantelman, crushed his right little finger so badly in a corn sheller Saturday that amputation was neceesiary. Steel is Taken from Eye- Andrew S. Elbert had a piece of steel removed from one. of hie eyes one day last week by Dr. McCreery. May Play at Spencer Fair— The local klttenball team has been invited to a tournament at the Clay county fair next week. Get Jobs at, Hollandalc— Louis Vaudt and Edward Heller hitch-hiked to Hollandale last week, and had a two weeks' job. Rodman Is Defeated 7-5— .' The local baseball • team won 7-5 frbm Rodman Sunday on the local diamond. Other Wliittemore News. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Waeehtez, of Gilmore City, were visitors here Sunday, as was also Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Laubenthal, of Emmetsburg. The George Kohls and . Edward Hansens, Algona, were Sunday visitors at Herman Voight's. The 3eorge Strandbergs, of Dayton, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Charles .were visitors at the Tony Schmidt home Sunday. The Frank Kollasches, of Seneca, and Mrs. Edna McDonald and daughter, of Bancroft, spent Sunday here. Charles Seymour, day marshal, offered, at a meeting of the council ast week Monday night, to stand a $13 a month cut, and R. H. Finnell, street commissioner at ?10 a month, resigned,'which made $23 a month from the town treasury available towards a night marshal,.and the business men have agreed to .pay the rest. Theodore Knecht has been appointed .street commissioner and night marshal. Sunday visitors at Louis Braatzs were the Merlyn Stauffers, Arthur Putz, Alvina, Ralph, Harold, Esther. Edna, and Herbert Braatz, and.their father, Robert Braatz all of Minnesota Lake, Minn, The Robert Braatzes moved,to.the. Henry Bonnstetter' farm south of town> Alvina is to keep house for him, and Har- 31d and Esther are staying her*. Sheriff L. E. Hovey has, brought back from Waverly merchandise stolen from the Geelan store a few LUliai1 parents & returned two <$$% & 4- Whlttemore burglaries: the Geelan store, the Fleming hardware and the H. R. Zumach meat market., Mrs. Walter Gockley, .accompanied -Vrsrsrs-ra.?- ^£-jisa4s Tom Carm-ody's. Before ™™ s JKSWBf £r The merchandise taken from me rt paltering, Mrs. Edna Mrs. Frank Kollatwh, Mr* Joseph Kol^ch, daughters tion for a night watchman. Six local business houses have lost money or goods within, two months, some more than once. Mrs. C. C. Johnson, Mallard, Is spending this week with her parents, the F/' J. Balgemans, and help• Ing care for her grandmother, Mrs. Kunde, who fell a month ago and broke her hip. The council is trying to hold expenses down, so appointment of 9, night marshal has been a bone of contention. However, a plan has now been worked out at no expense to taxpayers. Mrs. Wm. Frantz and daughter, of Menominee, Mich., returned-home Friday after a short visit at her mother, Mrs. Joseph Meurer's. Mrs. Frantz was called home by the death of her father. The high school and Presentation academy did not close school last Thursday, but pupils who wanted to attend the county fair were let off. St. Paul's Lutheran school closed Friday, Meta Gade, R. N., returned to Algona Friday, after a week with her parents, the Herman Gades. She recently returned from a trip to the Wisconsin Dells and In Minneapolis. Ralph Creighton left last week for St. Paul to visit his sister, Mrs. Wm. Kehoe. Ralph recently 'returned from Hines, 111., where he had been spending a few montha. Harold Walker, Marie Souls, the Harold Kueckers, Algona, Mrs. Carl Walker and two children, of Goldfield, and Lillian Heidenwith were Sunday guests'at J. E. Walker's. The Jacob Relfens and Mr. and Mrs. Carl iPertl Jr., of Minneapolis, are visiting at L.'W. and CarlPertl Sr. homes. "Mr*. Relfen, Carl and L. W. are children of Carl Sr. Rosella Oliver, of Waseca, Minn., niece of Mrs. Alice Cairy, came last week to help in the Champion office. She worked In the office a year or so ago. . ; Mrs. May H. Jese went to Ame» Friday to work with the State Bond & Mortgage Co. She has been visiting at the Farrell , and Mosb'ach liomes. The Alfred Bruhns, Fairville, the Edward Liebs, J-,otts Creek, and the Albert'Meyers, Whittemore, visited Sunday at Arthur Heidenwith's. Robert Finnell Jr., of Mason City, and Delores Finnell, of Rock Falls, visited Sunday with their parents, the Robert 'Finnells Sr. . , Leonore Elbert, daughter of the, Gregory Elberts, was 'operated on last Thursday for appendicitis at the McCreery hospital. . Alvira. Wehrspan, ; Fairville, had an operation for appendicitis at the Motor eery hospital last week, She is recovering. The Leo .Chaluses, of .Davenport, visited last week with Mr. Chalus's mother, and. his .sister, Mrs, J, W. McCreery. * • The Methodist Aid had a business meeting at the church Saturday afternoon with Mrs. F, B. Houpe In charge. t Mrs. Carl Ebert will entertain the Methodist Aid this Thursday afternoon. Mrs." iL. W. 'Swanson will assist. ' , ' , James Fleming 1 entered junior college at Emmetsburg a week ago Monday. This is his second year. A daughter was born August-30 to the Erwln Heidenwiths, Lonb Rock. This is the third child, all girls. Ann Rutledge, of Houston, Tex., and Josie Dealey, of Detroit, visited at Wm. Higgins' last week, A boy was born Monday to the Theodore Ostwalds. They now have two girls and two boys, Manard Bartlett, who visited «is brother Ralph last week, returned to Cincinnati, O. The Jacob Smiths, Pomeroy, were last Thursday dinner .guests at Christ Meyer's. Tom Carmody, was in Algona last week helping take care of the gates at the fair. The Jacob Kocklere, of Swea, City were Sunday guests of Mrs. Joseph Lucjan Meurer was sjclc abed last week with, inflammatory rheumatism. The Harve'Higleys left for points In Minnesota on ft fishtoff trlp.lr-'' Minn., died at the home of his par- ehta last week Monday of bronchial pneumonia. Maurice • was born In Swea City July 10, 1927. and went with his parents to Blue Earth, then to. Elmore. He had been ill the last year with rheumatic fever and was unable to withstand the pneumonia attack. Funeral services were held In the Baptist church here by the Rev. G. R. Selmens. Burial was made in the Harrison cemetery, He is survived by his parents, a sister iFlorlne, 13, two brothers, Marion Jr., 15, and Eugene 3. New Library Director Named— Robert Haglund last week resigned from the library board and Mayor Joseph M, Dye named E. L. Hanson to succeed him. The board now consists of H. T. Winter, Mrs. Walter Smith, Mrs. Anna Larson, Oscar Pearson, and Mr. Hanson. Few books can be added at present as the town funds are tied up in .the closed' Lakota bank. However, traveling library books are received at regular Intervals. H. T, Winter and Menry Myre have presented the library with a magazine rack. Sivea Cltynns Are Elected— At the county W. C. T. U. convention at Algona Sunday Swea City PA01 Bank Magazine Uses Editorial A. recent Advance editorial suggesting that In view of the fact that many readers draw erroneous inferences from bank statements It might be'better if none were published Is featured in the September number .of the Northwestern Banker, published at Des Molnes. With It is published a letter which Frank Warner, former Algonian, secretary of the state bankers' association wrote to the Advance in commendation of the editorial. was represented by Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Thomson, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel •Warburton, Mr. and Mrs. August Peterson, Mrs. B. L. Weaver, and Mrs. Moats. Mrs. J. L. Vaux, of Swea City, was elected county presl- went, Mrs. Brainerd, Bancroft, Mrs. Warburton, Swea City, vice presidents. Mrs. Blanchard, Algona, secretary,'Mrs. Qelgel, Algona, treasurer. Mrs. Sizer, Minnesota presi- dent, and' a national worker, wa» the speaker. . ReconsMer Hides for Phpll«— The school board, business men, and parents of tuition pupils held a Joint meeting Saturday evening. The recent decision not to furnish transportation for tuition pupils was discussed. This board-and the Armstrong board recently agreed not to pay transportation of tuition pupils. The Swea and Armstrong boards met again Monday evening to reconsider the issue. More than 20 tuition pupils were represented by parents. .1. E. Yoking Visits In Chicago— J. B. Young drove to Algona Saturday evening, where he visited .his sister, Mrs. Messenger. From there he went to Chicago to visit his daughters, Mrs. Wm. Kauffman and Miss Lela Young. OH Station Changes Hands- Walter Tuny last week purchased the Champlin oil station from Bernard Olson. Bernard will do trucking for the present. Other Swea City. Arvld Peterson, Martin Berhow. 'Roal Roalson, Marvin Roateon, and Ed figrgeftoft retunwd #i> Lake Wltineblgoahlsh. Minn., w they had spent the week f The boys captured the limit of while there. Thomas McftaUghton and tense Noble, of Minneapolis, the latter's aUnt, Mrs. S. Waftftir'* ton. She was recently graduated .M a trained nurse from AbbOt'0 HOB* pital. E<1 Harrirnomi and M. B. Johnson, who have been at Rochester, returned last week. Mr. Johhsott had a growth removed from hla Jaw. Ed went through the clinic. Merle Jacobs returned last Thure« day from Iowa City, where She had a goiter operation In the university; hospital. Mrs. N. E. Noble, of Lakota, : is spending a few weeks with her daughter, Mrs, S. Warburton. Virginia Fultz went to Columbus, Miss., Monday to enter Stevena school for girls. Harrison township 4-H girls won first on their booth at the county fair. Joe Hardy, Waterloo, spent the week-end with friends here. WANT ADS PAY nDnnoan n ono'n am an naoaon aninininnninaaon'n ona a nun a nannn nnn nn nan n a ni ^ = S3 SB ^ GALA DAYS andNITES $50,000 Worth of Entertainment for 50c THINK OF IT! Actually $50,000.00 worth of entertainment brought right here in your own community. Neither time nor money has been spared to bring you amusements from every part of the world. Thrills* pleasure, inspiration, education, packed into the Clay County Fair grounds, and over a thousand record-breaking events and features, including talent direct from the largest state fairs in the universe. Truly, a mammoth fair right here in your own backyard. Come, bring the family. You'll get more for your money this year than you ever anticipated! World's Greatest County Fair CL&Y COUNTY FAIR Sept. ZO to 24 Mow! Brilliant Musical Nite Show 75 People Brilliant, stupendous, magnificent, gorgeous. This musical night show of 75 artists collected direct from Broadway's footlights in; Ernie Young's "PASSING PARADE OF 1982". A regular $5.00 a seat Broadway show, together with a public wedding that only notables could afford. Bridesmaids, flower girls, best man, all elaborately costumed. Don't miss "The Parade of 1932"! Six Big Circus and Hippodrome Acts! And a Four-State live stock.and agricultural show! More entries than ever before. $13,000 in premiums alone. Many big herds have already reserved their stalls. Without question this will be the largest group of live stock ever shown at the play County Fair! Four State Live Stock & Agricultural Show More than a circus ... bettor than a circus, and a price much less than you would have to pay to see these six big circus and hippodrome acts perform on any other stage. Gymnasts; acrobats, dogs, ponies, clowns, jugglers, aerialists and dozens of others including the first complete television broadcasting and receiving exhibit In Iowa. 22 Horse and Automobile RACES Again the Clay County Fair association has brought you some of the most famous dirt track racers in America. Some with new types of automobiles! Some determined to set new records! AH here to compete for the $8,000.00 in prize money. See the races on Saturday! 4-H Club Show Nearly 1OOO Entries Hundreds of prize animals raised here in Northwest Iowa by farm boys and girls will compete in the 4-H club show. This will be the largest show ever presented (nearly 1,000 entries). Competition for placings is stronger than ever! Be sure and see these exhibits! 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